The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 135, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE HERALD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1911
Scene from Morton H. Singer's "The Golden
Girl," Saturday Night,
SHAHiME LOCAL NEWS
Mtorris Myers has returned to Nor-
man where he is a senior in the state
A. H. Sowers, of this city, has pur-
chased a farm near Chickasha for
which he paid $4,500.
The Woman's Council will hold
regular meeting at the Library, Mon-
day, January 9, at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. W. T. Morrow, who has been
visiting her daughter, Miss Cowan,
left today for her home in Dallas.
Miss Nannie Roberts left this
morning for Dallas Texas, after
spending the Christmas holidays with
friends and relatives in the city.
Housewives relaxed their two
nights' vigil about the water pipes
when the thermometer ran up several
degrees yesterday afternoon and the
wind reverted to the south.
Mi«s Jeanette Pecore, who has
filled the position of operator with
the Pioneer Telephone Company in
this city the past three and one-half
years, has tendered her resignation.
Irish potatoes, like Irishmen, do
oetter abroad tb&n they do at home,
and jfjst as the average Irishman
when he gets to the colonies becomes
& Governor-General, like Lord Mac-
Donald or Sir Gavao Duffy, so the
tverag* Irish seed potato planted in
FngiBtid knocks -;K>ts out of the av-
erage Scotch or English seed —Irish
A very thin woman In a country
town waa riding home on an under-
taker's wagon. She waa sitting on a
long box In the vehicle. A friend in
passing saw her, and shouted to th#
driver: "Hey, Bill, your corpee la
Leona Watson in "The Golden Girl "
Saturday Night, January 7th.
AT THE BECKER
Saturday Evening, Jan. 7lh
Only One Night
MORT H. SINGER
The Merry, Tinkling Musical
THE PREMIER ATTRACTION OF
A Stupendous Production, a Com-
pany of Par-Excellence
And a Large and Fashionable
Lavish Presentation of Scenic and
Prices: 25, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Tickets on sale at the Owl Drug
Real Estate Bargains!
No. 1012 E. 10th, 75 ft. lot, 2
room house, well, goes for $300; on
New 7 room east front residence in
100 block, N. Draper, at $1300. Is
$500 less than its cost.
Dr. Carter's beautiful and modern
bungalow home, No. 208 W. Wallace,
is a snap at $3000 on terms of $800
cash, balance $35 per month.
C. E. Easterwood
Phone 505 122 N. Broadway
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED.
The following marriage licenses
have been issued by the county
court «lu i ng the past wrk:
M. Percival, Prague 13
Mabel King, Meeker 20
Jesse Jackson, Dale 20
May Logan, Dale 18
Geo. O. Perkins, Tennessee 25
Louella Slater, Shawnee 17
Daniel L. Cartmill, Tecumseh... .40
Mary E. Branson, Tecumseh 21
M. A. Ashurst, Wanette 21
Ada Jacobs, Tribbey 23
M. A. Perry, Shawuee 24
Callie M. Mathte, Shawnee 17
R. F. Russell, Sparks... 43
Lillie Walden, Sparks 33
Thad K. Holstein, Norman 21
Malinda Wilcox, Tecumseh 17
John Rogers, Trousdale 22
Virgie E5. Hall, Trousdale 17
And. Holmes, 'Shawnee 23
Eva Stubblefield, Shawnee 20
J. J. Mclnlnch, Wanette 24
Marie Webb, Wanette 2ft
J. F. Gosnell, Asher 32
Maggie McPherson, Asher 24
J. A. Hunick, Tampa, Colo 33
Fannie Taylor, Meeker 17
Millard R. Carter, Shawnee 25
Reita E. Thompson, Shawnee 21
W. P. Odell, Tecumseh 19
Emma Mort, Tecumseh 19
H. L. Blankenship, Shawnee 25
Mabel C. Riddle, Shawnee 2<
Joseph Manon, Tecumseh 30
Mary Acton, Tecumseh 38
Phillip Nelson, Meeker 25
Vinita J. Allen, Meeker 23
R. M. Tucker, Wanette 48
Ella Bertrand, Wanette 24
C. E. Meshew, Wanette 48
Laura Richardson, Wanette 35
C. F. Washburn, Keokuk Falls....26
Lulu Edwards, Keokuk Falls 19
RIDES ON THE BRAKE BEAMS
Newsboy Traverses Country Fr®m
Coast to Coast and From
Canada to the Gulf.
New York.—Harry Rlanche, nine-
teen, who sella newspapers in New
York when he Is not riding on th«
brake beams of a railroad car, has re-
cently returned to tjie city from a 20,-
000-mlle trip to 250 American cities.
Blanche Is ambitious to be known as
the "King of the Newsboys," and in
order to prove his kingship he sold
newspapers In all of the cities he visit-
ed, and brought baok with him the
badges of the newsboys' unions and or-
ganizations in all of the cities he vis-
The boy left the Grand Central sta-
tion on June 1 for Albany. He walked
into the area of trains through a pas-
sage which was being used by work-
men. He wore overalls and easily
passed for one of the gang. He has
no use for freight trains, and always
rides, not on, but beneath passenger
cars. Railroad man do not look for
stowaways there as frequently as they
do on freight trains.
During the four and a half months
that he has been away from New York
Blanche went as far south as Jackson-
ville, Fla., and as far north as Quebec,
Canada, as far west as San Francisco,
and as far east as Boston.
NO INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN,
GAS OR DYSPEPSIA FIVE MIN-
As there is often some one in your
family who suffers an attack of Indi-
gestion or some form of Stomach
trouble, why don't you keep some Dia-
pepsin in the house handy?
This harmless blessing will digest
anything you can eat without the
slightest discomfort; and overcome a
sour, gassy Stomach five minutes
Tell your pharmacist to let you read
the formula, plainly printed on these
50-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsln,
then you will readily see why It makes
Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heart'
burn and other distress go in five
minutes, and relieves at once such
miseries as Belching of Gas, Eructa-
tions of sour, undigested food, Nausea,
Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation and
other Stomach disorders.
Some folks have tried so long to
find relief from Indigestion and Dys-
pepsia or an out-of-order stomach with
the common, every-day cures adver-
tised that they have about made up
their minds that they have something
else wrong, or believe theirs is a case
of Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of
the tSomach or Cancer.
This, no doubt, is a serious mistake.
Your real trouble is, what you eat
does not digest; instead, it ferments
and sours, turns to acid, Gas and
Stomach poison, which putrefy in the
digestive tract and intestines, and, be-
sides, poison the breath with nauseous
A hearty appetite, with thorough di-
gestion, and without the slightest dis-
comfort or misery of the Stomach, i«
waiting for you as soon as you decide
to try Pape's Diapepsin.
IS A CHARMING YOUNG WOMAN
THE HERALD, 10c PER WEEK.
PAINFUL & DANGEROUS
Rheumatism i.i clue to a diseased
condition of the blood cells and cor-
puscle"-, b-o.: ht alihut by an excess
of uric mil i-i th? circulation. It is
not only a ver\ painful disease but an
extremely tlangcs ui trouble. The
briny, acrid ututc < 1" the blood gradu-
ally forms u coal';:/i • .r tlie muscles,
and by dtp )• it: :;: <. :aent-like sub-
stance in '.lie j•; frequently termi-
nates fatally, nr !<. r.v- its victim a
hopeless cripple. It 13 natural to
"doctor "the spot that hurts, and it is
quite right to use liniments, hot appli-
cation??, etc., to £et temporary relief
from a painful joint or .swollen tendon;
but Rheuiuri;i:-!ii is not a skin disease,
and such thinjrr., v.hjn depended 011
p.lone make one careless, and the dis-
ease frets a firmer hold on the blood.
S. S. S. cures the disease because it is
the greatest of all blood purifiers. It
goes into the cir-
culation, and re-
particle of the
acid, builds up
makes it rich
and oily, and in
this way pre-
pares it for the
proper nourishment of all joints,
muscles, nerves and bones. If you
have Rheumatism, get the uric acid
out of the blood by taking S. vS. S., a
purely vegetable medicine, and enjoy
freedom from its misery. Book on
Rheumatism and any medical advice
free to all who write.
T""!! SWIFT Rprmvir /I-
Helen Taft, the President's Daughter,
Has a Sincere Manner and 1s
Washington.—One of the principal
topics of conversation among mem-
beri of the social set In Washington
this fall Is the debut of the president's
daughter, Helen. If Miss Taft achieves
the popularity at Washington this win-
ter that was hers while a student at
Bryn Mawr, she will make for herself
an enviable record.
In appearance the president's
daughter Is tall, well built and very
dignified, with clear white skin, which
Is usually well-browned by outdoor
exercise. Her hair is brown and wavy
and her eyes brown as berries. She
is so fond of wearing brown that she
won for herself at Bryn Mawr the so-
briquet of "nut-brown maid."
In manner, Miss Taft Is as cordial
and frank as a child. She has a clear,
resonant speaking voice, and she
enunciates her opinions on all sub-
start fight on bad plays
Catholic Women of Spain Denounce
the Theatrers of Madrid.
Madrid, Jan. 4.—The Catholic Un-
ion of Spanish Dames publishes an
energetic protest against the prevail-
ing immorality and license of the
These ladies denounce in turn, for
some specific given reason, every
play now being presented here. Not
even the opera escapes. They say
that their eyes and ears are offend-
ed by the repulsive opera of "Sa-
They call on the government to
stop this avalanche of uncleanliness,
deploring the readines of Spaniards
to copy from France everything
vicious and bad.
The newspapers treat the protest
jocularly, presuming that Premier
Canalejas and his cabinet ministers
have more urgent matters to engage
Only last week several papers here
commented with biting sarcasm on
Chicago refusing to permit a repeti-
tion of "Salome." (Such puritanism
the Spanish editors pronounced mere
hypocrisy in the "city of the jungle."
YOU LOOK OLD.
In nine cases out of ten it is not
because you are old, but because you
are tired, al lworn out, and you act
as if you just wondered how you
are going to get through the season
and do your work.
This condition may be caused by
a run-down and debilitated condition,
or by a day cold which has left you
without strength or ambition.
We want to ask every such per-
son to try Vinol, our delicious col
liver and iron tonic, without oil. If
It does not build you up and make
you feel young, strong and well
again, we will return the money you
paid us for it. Isn't that fair? Wal-
lace Mann, druggist, opp. City Hall;
also Lion Drug Co., 207 E. Main
street. Shawnee, Okla.
jects very decidedly. She can con-
verse as entertainingly ubout her life
In foreign lands as her father. Sh«
has crossed the Pacific four times.
The coming White House debutant#
has one accomplishment that is most
unusual In girls of her position in
life. Indeed, few among the smart set
with whom she associate! know as
much about the art. She is a first-
class cook. Not a cooking school pro-
duct, mind you, but a graduate of her
mother's kitchen. She can bake pies,
make bread and cakes, etc., and is an
"THE GOLDEN GIRL"
Ensemble of dazzling gorgeousness
and a host of novel stage efects,
fairly bewilder the senses at the first
glimpse of Mort H. Singer's produc-
tion of "The Golden Girl" which will
be the attraction at The Becker, Sat-
urday, Jan. 7th. Mr. Singer is pre-
senting "The Golden Girl" in its en-
tirety and as it was offered during
Its long Chicago run.
1 PHONE5 96-97
INTERESTING GROCERY i
PRICES—IT WILL PAY YOU
TO READ CAREFULLY AND
BIG BARGAINS IN DRIED
Large Evaporated Peaches,
121-2c elsewhere, here 3
Largest Raisins, 3 lbs 25c
Clean Cooking Figs, 3 lbs. . . .25c
Prunes, 3 lbs 25c
Fine Dates, lb 10c
12 oz Seeded Raisins, 3 lbs..25c
Curiants. New State Brand, 3
OUR BUSINESS IN THIS
DEPARTMENT IS VERY
LARGE—OUR PRICES MUST
Bulk Starch, 6 lbs 25c
7c Fels Naptha Soap, 5 bars 25c
5c Ivory Soap, 6 bars 25c
Bob White Soap. 6 bars 25c
Crystal White Soap, 11 bare 50c
Lenox Soap, 7 bars 25c
10c Red Seal Lye, 3 cans. . . .25c
Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans. 25c
Soapade, Pearline, Rub-No-More,
etc., 6 pkgs 25c
Some fine Hams, no wrapping,
per lb 16c
idaho Pure Honey, frame. . . .20c
Best Flat Bricks Codfish,
each, 15c; 2 for 25c
Aunt Jemima Pan Cake Flour,
Fresh Country Eggs, doz....30c
Country Butter, lb...25c and 30c
We own big stock at prices
below the ordinary. Big or-
ders are what we want It
will pay you to buy a supply—
Quality assured here.
Belle Isle Kraut, 3 cans. . . ,25c
Hominy and Pumpkin, 3 cans,
25c; dozen 90c
Country Club Corn, sold as high
as 121-2c, our price on pres-
ent stock, 3 cans 25c
2-lb Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c
Large Tomatoes, can 10c
6 cans 55c
Pork and Beans, No. 1, 3 cans
No. 2, 2 cans 25c
Belle Isle Peas, can 10c
6 cans 55c
BIG STOCK ALL GRADES
COAL, LARGE STOCK ALL
KINDS OF FEED STUFF,
COAL AND FEED. OFFICE
15 YEARS IN SHAWNEE.
ie County. Nuway Vacuum Cleaner.
Permanent and profitable business.
NOHE RENOVATOR CO., 160 Wash-
ington St., Chicago. 30-61-96
Room and board. Mrs. Hamilton, 24
siast 9th. 3-lm-12
FOR RENT—Desirable office rooms,
over the Odeon Theater. 3-tf-ll
Two south rooms for light housekeep-
ing with gas, $15 a month. 130 North
FOR TRADE 160 acre farm, well
improved for 5 acre tract close in,
what have youi J. M. Byler, 4th
floor Mammoth Building. 5-3t-26
WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose, 70 per
cent profit. Make $10 daily. Full or
part time. Beginners investigate.
St/ong Knit, Box 4029, West Phila-
delphia, Pa. 86-28-lti
FOR RENT—Rooms for light, house-
keeping, also room and board 232
N Union 4-tf-10
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—On street car on E. Main,
small hand purse, containing $6 and
other articles, 114 N. Draper. 3-3t-9
HOUSES FOR RENT.
FOR RUNT—Desk room, light and
heat furnished, fine location. Call
suite 213, 4th floor Mammoth build-
CANCER, tumor and Bcrofuia. Treat
the blood. Purely vegetable. For par-
ticulars address Dr. C. H. Mason's
Vegetable Cancer Cure, Chatham, N.
FOR RENT—Rear end of my horse-
shoeing shop, good fo work shop or
storage room. F. E. Holllday, 124
N. Beard. 24-tf-59
FOR RENT—Rear end of my borse
ihoeimg shop, good for work shop or
•torag* room. f. I. Holllday, 124 N.
Heard. 24-tf 69
FOR TRADE)—4-room house, good
well, lot 50x140, 2 blocks main St.,
or will sell small payment down. J.
M. Byler, 4th floor Mammoth. 5-3t-22
FOR TRADE—Some choice resi-
dence properties for a good farm
must be good land well located. J. M
j Byler, 4th floor Mammoth building,
I ~~ "
COLORADO Second Hand Co, 607
East Main. Phone 692 buys and sella
YOUNG MEN WANTED—To pre-
pare for immediate teelgraph ser-
vice. Easily learned in few
months. Situation sure. Dallas
Telegraph College, Dallas, Tex.
22-1 m-6 2
WANTED—Odd jobs; Handy Andy.
Odd jobs specialist. Phone 78.
WANTED—To buy a cheap second
hand typewriter. C., care Herald.
d. c. mccurtain, governor
San of Late Princlpla Chief Now At
Head of Choctaw,.
McAlester, Okla., Jan. 5.—D. C.
McCurtain, of this city has received
a telegram from Secretar;' of the In-
terior Balllnger advising him that
the president bad appointed him as
principal chief of the Choctaw Na-
tion to fill the vacant seat caused
by the death of Governor McCurtain
which occurred last week. There
were many applicants for the place.
The president has set aside the
tribal law, which pases the succes-
sion first to the president of the
senate and next to the speaker of
the house. The appointment came
to Mr. McCurtain unsolicited. He
is a son of the late governor, Is 38
years of age and a lawyer.
Monday night Mrs. Cora Baker, an
aged colored woman living alone In
a small shack near the river In the
south part of town died of the ex-
treme cold, <She was found the next
day frozen stiff and turied at thi
FOR TRADE—Two nice close in res-
idence properties in Anadarko, Ok-
lahoma, for 5 or 10 acre tracts near
Shawnee. J. M. Byler, 4th floor
Mammoth Bldg. 6-3M9
FOR RENT—Good B acres, 4 room
house, outbuildings, well, etc. J. R.
Palmer, North Cleveland St. 3-3t-8
FOR RENT—Three acres rich land
ud two houses, two block of Male
street. Campbell & Edwards' Photo
3tudlo, 117 N. Union. 29-tf-76
FOR TRADE—Fine outside resi-
dence properties, for something close
in on paved street. J. M. Byler, 4th
floor Mammoth Building. £-3t-20
FOR SALE)—160 acre farm, fine
smooth land, 1 1-2 miles from town,
small payment down, balance long
time. J. M. Byler, 4th floor Mam-
FOR SALE2—4 lots and 5 room house.
Rose Garden. A bargain. See R.
E. Donblazer at Conservative Loan &
Abstract Co. 4-4t-16
FOR SALE—Pittsburg Visible Type-
writer, C. H. Hastings, 500 South
Louisa. Phone 1107. 31-3t-5
FOR SALE—House and lot close in,
wil take horse and buggy for first
payment, balance long time. J. M.
Byler, 4th floor Mammoth Bldg.
FOR SALE A large fine horse,
seven years old, works any place.
Call 116 N. Okla. Ave. 5-3t-18
• DR. C. FARRINGTON, •
♦ Physician and Surgeon. •
* Specialist In Rectal, Sexual and •
• Women's Diseases. •
* Office Rms. 3 & 4 over Postoffice •
READ THE HERALD.
TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS:
Notice Is hereby given that all
owners of automobiles must comply
with provisions of Ordinance No.
666 relative to securing license and
tag for the year 1911. This order
will strictly be enforced.
63t C. C. HAWK. Chief Police.
READ THE HERALD.
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Agrees with tin weakest digestion.
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A quick lunch prepared in 4 minute.
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W Others are imitations.
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