The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 184, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 15, 1911 Page: 4 of 6
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THF, STTAWNKK HFKAT.n WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911
WAWTMD~ A comrelant nurse girl.
Apply to Mrs. Ketne 111 Ihe Nor-
o < hotel. 1 MM#
WASTED—Neat girl for general
hou • work ami plain cooking. A.
B. C., care Herald. 35-U-74 j
HOUSES FOR RJ3NT In all parts of
the city. Call at office or phone for
NATURAL HISTORY OF JOKES|
Originally Twenty-Five In Number,
They Were Imported to Thii
Country From the Orient.
JokeB were first Imported to this
country several hundred year* ag<'
from Egypt, Babylon and Assyria, an<l
have since then grown and multiplied-
They aro In extensive use In all parti
of the country, and on antidote for
thoughts are Indispensable at all din
There were originally 26 Jokes, bv t
liber to 5
n, which Increas
Theee Jokes ha
WANTED HOUSES that can be sold j
Non nail cash payment and balance
on p-asy monthly payments We
iiAVv? buyers. Lambard Hari Realty
& lav. Co. Phone 341. 21-tf
he tells the story of bis life over and
over again. Outside of the ballot box
he la the greatest repeater that we
Jokes are of three kinds -plain, Il-
lustrated and pointless Frequently
they are all throe.
No Joke la without honor, except In
lls own country. Jokes form one of
four staples and employ an army of
workers who toll night anil day to
turn out the often neatly finished
product. The Importation of Jokes,
while considerable, is not as grfat as
It might be, as the flavor Is lust In
Jokes « re used In the household as
an antiseptic As scene breakers they
have no equal.—Life.
FOR RRNT—Rooms for light house
k•■••ping, also room and board 232 FEATHER FOR CAP OF TEXAS
N I'nlon 4-tf-lO
roit RENT—3 nicely furnish d
rupnit) for light housekeeping; all
Klern conveniences. $20. Lam-
ha! rt Hart Roalty & Inv. Co.
FOR RBNT—Some excellent and up-
to-date furnished rooms. 210 North
Philadelphia. See Mrs. Dr. Cannon.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved City
property and farm lands. Lambard-
liart Realty & Investment Co. tf
la amounts or f2(10, J30 ). aud 1501) '-a
Shawnee real estate. Hoggs t Wells,
ial Bast Main street.
FOR SALE—Automatic Singer Sew-
ing Machine Call at Miss Fannie
Reese Millinery Store 13-3t-30
FOR SALE ' CHEAP—Iron safe, 2
office tables, bookkeeper's desk, stool
and stationery cabinet. Room 112
Mammoth Bldg., 3rd floor. 23-tf-90
. I Unclaimed Package From That State
Sells for More Than Any Other,
Says the Auctioneer.
"If Texas has room for any more
feathers In her cap here Is one rhe
Is entitled to wear," sold the unclaim
ed baggage auctioneer. "In this lot- i
tery a trunk or suitcase that Is stamp 1
ed 'Texas,' or with the name of any
town that Is known to be In Texas, j
has its value doubled and trebled in
the estimation of bidders. Among j
peoplo who frequent these sale> the |
opinion prevails that luggage that has
been deserted by a Texan contains
property of greater value than that be-
longing to a man from any other part
of the United States, ltaggage comes
Into this room with its contents abso-
lutely unknown, and goes out that
way, so the auctioneer has no means
of knowing whether Texas bargain,
sustain their reputation, but the way
peoplo fight for them year after year
Indicate that they do.
"After Texas Ohio baggage is most '
popular. New York hasn't much to j
Group picture showing the principals In the question which is puz/ling society in this coiuitrj
abroad. From left to right is Mrs. Margate! Fmmerson-McKIm, Mrs. George Law and Alfred Gwynne
derbllt. The question now agitating society is. which of the two women in the picture will T>ecome the
of the American millionaire?
BY ,MAYME PULLEY
FOR SA1.E— Household furniture. In-
quire 224 North Broadway. 30-tf-104
—— — I brag abo' t In thenc grab-bag nales. The
Initials ' N. Y." on a trunk did not
LIST YOUR LOTS in University Ad-
dition, also city property , with us
and thus get in touch with a large
and well-to-do class of real estate
investors. Lambard-Hart Realty &
Inv. Co. Phone 341.
boost its value one cent.. Apparently
bidders are of the opinion thnt no
New Yorker Is going to skip out lenv
lug anything of value behind him, and
they refuse to grow enthusiastic over
his baggage "
The Shakespearean Club will not
meet Friday afternoon, as prveiously
Mrs. Mohrbacuer of North Park
street will be hostess to the Sew-a-IHt
Club Wednesday afternoon.
The Thursday Bridge Club will
meet with Mrs. Roy Hoff, on North
' ' r -l! I . II -•! ' "1,1
The ladles of the Kpiscopal Guild
met yesterday in the parish house.
The afternoon was spent in making
aprons for the Easter sale. Plans
were made for a dinner to be given
In the parish house next Monday at
seven o'clock to honor Reverend Mr.
Silver and the men of the church.
Those present were Mesdames Saun-
ders, Leuckel, Kugler. Wilson, Gu-
nari, Hall, Wautrous, Freeman and
Vanish Like Magic
LOST—Between 220 N. Bell aud In-
dian Mission, large cameo belt pin.
Notify Jessie Knowleton, care U. S.
Ki press 13-31-31
LOST—Passenger credential book,
No. 71932. Return to V. K. Sparks,
Tulsa, Okla, cato of Oklahoma Natu-
ral Gas Co. 14-33-2t
STRAYED—One yellow Jersey cow
with horns. Notify H. O. Imer,
f 2l N. Park 13 3t
The Herald, 10c per week.
Architects War on Skyscrapers.
The Pittsburg Architectural club is
anxious that Pittsburg's sky-line In
the future shall not resemble a comb
which has been in use for many
years; that Is. a comb from which
many teeth have departed, leaving It
very irregular and broken up The
Architectural club believes that a sky
line can become congested Just the
same us a street. Tall buildings cause
this new kind of congestion and in-
stead of adding to the city's beauty
hare a contrary effect.
The club has declared war on sky.
scrapers. Resolutions recommeuding
that a city ordinance b« pkosed regu-
lating th< height til all building* In
proportion to the width and impor-
tance of the streets on which they
face have been adopted. The ar< hi
Home Mission Society.
The regular business meeting of
Mi Cochrane will be hostess to j the Ifome Mission society of tho
the Haw thorne Club Friday afternoon.! First M. EL church South, met yes-
March 17th at her North Broadway j terday in the church parlors. Mrs.
home ! Long, the new president presided
and the losson for next week was |
announced. It will be "Money and
the Kingdom." Reverences, Pro-
verbs 11-24, 3-9. 10. First Timothy,
6-17, 19; Luke 12-10, 21.
The Tan .\-a While Club will be
entertained Thursday evening at the
home of Miss Pearl Hagner, 011 North
Mrs Cash Cade will be hostess to
the Wednesday Thimble Club Wed-
nesday afternoon, at her home on
Those present were Mesdames
Cowan, I ng. Martin, Pace, Threatt,
Mann, Vincent. Haines, Vance. H. O.
Anderson. Prowse, Adams, R. M. An-
derson, Geo. Kerfoot. McMillen, O.
M. Jenkins and Scott.
The Round Table Club will be en-
tertained Friday afternoon by M^r
Harry Pierson, at her home on North
The Waukahoma Club will
Mrs. M. J. liamett was hostess
yesterday to Circle three of the La-
dies' Aid of the First Presbyterian
church. The regular business meet-
ing was held and Mrs. Harry Cole-
meet I man was elected secretary and
tects declare that they appreciate the i with Mrs. C
efTortB now being made by the city j afternoon, at
officials toward beautifying Pittsburg I j^arij street,
und relieving congestion In the city j
streets, but. In the opinion of the club.
tall office buildings are detrimental to
li. PeB ruler
her home on
Friday treasurer for the coming year.
North Ic©8 and cakes were served
106 1-2 E. Main, over Hlckejr Br«
Look for the Marble Steps
6«t of teeth. Jo. upper anil lowe
. _ WORK GUARANTEED
Here's a Good Thing
We have a few odd
room lots of fine Pressed
Wall Papers, suitable for
Parlors and sitting rooms
that wn sold for
75c la $1.35 a Bolt
Now 15c single roll.
See patterns in our
show windows. Better
Pdiat and Class Company
9th and Broadway.
Just Cause for Anger.
I "Mrs. Tinmore is bo angry with her
I dentist bhe vows she never will pay
his bill," says the neighbor.
• "Why iu the world?" asks the caller.
, "Well, she got him to put lt\ a bridge
j for her and she complained to bhn
! that it did not feel right, but he said
j it was all right and would not be no-
ticed when she got used to it; and so
she kept it, of course, although it
seemed to make it hard for her to
talk—kind of made her voice thick,
you know. And yesterday she called
up Mr. Tinmore and asked him to
bring home some shoes and shirts for
j their little boys, and Mr. Tinmore kopt
her repeating it over and over to
him the longest time, until he thought
ho knew what sho wanted. And what
I do you suppose he brought home? A
j botUw of soothing syrup."— Judge.
Not From Dublin.
A squad of raw recruits was being
drilled t*y au irritable drill sergeant.
The command "Doyble!" was given,
and all tho men obeyed with tho ex-
ception of one, who remained stand-
ing still and gazing vacantly around.
••My man, you don't seem to know
anythin* about *douMin\" roared the
A gleam of comprehension passed
over the face of the recruit, as ue re-
"No, sir; I'm a Cork maa"—Tit-
S. Spooner will entertain
at bridge Tuesday afternoop to honor
Mrs. Diggers' house guests, Mrs.
Plnkerton and .Mrs. Matthews.
| Mesdames Boggs, Boyd. Bradford,
Griggs, DahUnger, Coleman. New-
combe. Ford. G. M. Christnor. War-
ren. Roesch, Ohas. Wells and Cecil.
The Willing Workers of the Grace
M. E. Church will give a St. Patrick's
Day social Friday evening, March l
Mr. Tom Biggers returned yester-
day from Texas.
Mrs. Tom Whit taker has gone to
Perkins, Kanaas. to spend several
at the home of Mrs. Elmer Hawes.jdaye.
corner Seventh and Linden streets.
Mrs. Geo. E. McKinnis will enter-
tain with an afternoon reception on
St Patrick's Day, March 17th. from
2 until 6 o'clock, at her home, 536
North Broadway, honoring Mrs. Fran-
Mrs. Joe Hi ner and Mrs. Tom nig-
gers Mill entertain Saturday with a
bridge luncheon to honor Mrs. Big-
gers' houBe guests, Mrs. Chas. Plnk-
erton of Glencoe, and Mrs. Matthews
A marriage of much interest to
many Shawnee people is that of Miss
D-ma Eddleman to Mr. Claude I^ewls,
which take® place this evening at 8
o'clock in Silt, Colorado.
Miss Eddlemar. spent several
months in Shawnee as in* guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cammack in N.
Broadway. She Is a foitpier Swas-
tika club girl and has mail7 friends
among both the younger &Pd older
Mrs Newton Douglas of McLoud is
spending today with Mrs. L.
M s. E. E. Goodrich will have as
her guest for several weeks, Miss
Ellen Douglas of Missouri.
Mrs. C. R. Drummond of Ada, has
returned home after spending sev-
eral days with Mrs.
F. L. Maran-
Wonderful Clay In "Cu-ti clay Soap'
Cures Eczema, Dandruff and All
Skin Eruptions and Spots.
"Cu -ti-clay Soap" is one of the
marvels of nature. In a few days'
time the results produced on any
skin are almost inconceivable, yet
you see the results before your very
eye®. This is not exaggerated, ctaci
one trial of Cu-ti-clay Soap will
prove it, and because if you are not
satisfied with it, the money you paid
for it will cheerfully be refunded.
Cu-tl-clay Soap contains a wonder-
ful clay which has been found and
is mined in only one locality of
Mexico. When ajpplied to the skin,
even in a form of Cu-tl-clay Soap,
produces a most astonishing soft-
ness to the skin—just like a baby's
cheek. Is absolutely safe and non-1
Injurious to the tenderest skin.
But it does more wonders still.
If you have any pimples, sores, ache, i
blackheads, eruptions, red spots, ec- j
zema, psoriasis or muddy complexion, ,
even, the finy creamy lather alone, j
of Cu-tl-clay Soap will make you feel
the difference at once, and all your
skin troubles will disappear almost
like magic, leaving the skin beauti-1
ful, rose-tinted, and spotlees.
For men, women and children It
simply has no equal; one trial proves
it. It gets Into the pores, too. and
gives your skin the clearest, pinky
appearance it ever had. It gets the
pore dirt out, and the dead akin off.
Try Cu-tl-clay Soap today, and
your dream of a clear face will come
Cu-ti-clay Soap 1s sold at all drug-
gists at 25 cents a cake. If your
druggist does not have it send his
name and 25 cents to the C i-i'.
clay Co., Chicago. It will be sent
postpaid. Sold in Shawnee by H. O.
Hendricks and Crescent Drug Co.
to Feed Your Cow?' •
IF IT COSTS MORE THAN ONE DOLLAR AND
12 CENTS PER WEEK YOU ARE PAYING TOO
MUCH—THROWING AWAY MONEY. WE CAN
SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE IT.
20 lbs Cotton Seed Hulls, at >10 per ton 10c ^ •
4 lbs Cotton Seed Meal, at $1.50 per 100 lbs.. .Gc
Total cost of daily ration 16c
One Dollar and Twelve
Cents per Week
A QUART OF COTTON SEED MEAL WEIGHS A
POUND AND A HALF
The following dealers can furnish you meals and
hulls, put up in 100 pound sacks, mixed in proper propor
tions for feeding—or it can be had at the mill, 220 South
~ McNiel & Smiley, phone 203.
Burke Grocery Co., phone 112.
Griffin & Martensei, phone
L. B. Howell, phone 208.
Clark & Kellar, phone 140.
Chrlsney Grocery Co.. phone
A. J. Galloway, phone 438.
Bon Ton Grocery Co., phons
Stevens Grocery Co., phoie
Chapman & Good, phone 343.
Heichelbach Grocery, phone
R. G. Cather, phone 610.
Highland Grocery Co., phone
Jim Brandenburgh, phone 62.
Anderson & Deal, phone 930.
F. A. Monot, phone 534.
Better than cheap coffee
Imperial Tea 60c I Sail Soap, 8 Bars 25c
Fresh import | The new yellow Laundry Soap
HULL'S TLA AND COFFLL SHOP WN. Biway.
Real Estate, Loans and
We know values and our experience is
used for our
Come to our office and let us show you
our listing Residences, Business,
Vacant Lots and Farms.
Miss Alta Drake of Oklahoma City
will spend tlie week end as the guest
of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Jordan
Drake In Park street.
Mr and Mrs. R. H. Matthews of
South McAlester, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Pinlferton of Glencoe, Okla ,
will arrive Friday, to be guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Diggers of 717
Nort.lt Market street, and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Hiner of North Heard
street. A number of parties ore
being planned tor thlr enter-
WILL ADDRESS FARMERS.
J. S. Murray, assistant director of
County Institute work for Oklahoma, I
and others, will address the farmers
at the Grove or Equity school house.
) miles northeast of Shawnee on
Friday, the 17tb Inst., at 2 o'clock
p. m„ will also speak at the Valley
View school house, 3 Wiles south
west of Shawnee at 7:30 and also on
Saturday, tho 18th at 10 a. m.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE nROMO Quinine j
Tablets. Druggists refund money If j
It tallB to cure. E. W. GROVE'S slg
nature is on each box. 25c.
Is Your House Wired
Look at These Prices !
$1 a Drop lor a Complete Job
Terms $1.00 a Month
Shawnee Gas & Electric Co
Phone 146 130 N. Broadway
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Harlow, Victor E. The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 184, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 15, 1911, newspaper, March 15, 1911; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105034/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.