The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 200, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 4, 1911 Page: 5 of 6

EVENING EDITION
THE SHAWNEE HERALD,
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McNEIL & SMILEY
C. O. D. Grocery
60c
STRING BEANS.
Texas grown, tender, gallon
CUCUMBERS.
Fine, smooth and medium size, each 5c
SWEET PEPPERS.
Larue size, 2 for
SWEET POTATOES
Celebrated Bradley Yam, peck 55c
NEW POTATOES
Genuine Texas New Grown, lb 10c
FLORIDA CELERY
Nice size and tender stalk
FLORIDA TOMATOES
Nice and ripe, Hi
Come in and drink a cup of Golden Gate Cotfee.
No Charge.
ree Demonstration Wednesday and Thursday.
10c
10c
Money to loan on City Property.
Conservative Loan Company, 120 N.
Broadway. 25-1 m
It means something to you. The
Fit Wells, from the 6th to 15th.
A Garland ga3 range will make
the summer durable. Keeps the
kitchen cool, try one. Stone Hdw.
Co. -
v<: "
No 203
McNEIL & SMILEY
C. O. D. Grocery
To out of town visitors, we want
you. The Fit Wells, from the 6th to
15th.
THE NEW BEAUTY PARLOR
Hair Manufacturers & Dermatologists
209 N. Broadway.
Union men of Shawnee, we need
you; we will appreciate a visit from
you. The Fit Wells, the union store,
I from the 6th to 15th.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1911
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BAKING
POWDER
That Makes the Baking Setter
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T. O. Adamas, of Shawnee, en-
listed ire the U. S. navy at Oklahoma
City yesterday.
Be true to your pocketbook. Visit
the Fit Wells from the 6th to 15th.
Purify your water during the sum-
mer months with a filter. It is bet-
ter than paying a doctor's bill.
Stone Hdw. Co.
Don't be misled. Come and see us.
The Fit Wells, from the 6th to 15th.
Rev. J. M. Clark left today
attend the spring meeting of Man-
gum Presbytery in the city of Man-
gum, Okla., and will 'be gone
til the last of the week.
Closing out our line of refrigera-
tors at a dlscouiit. Just a few left.
We will save you money if you get
one of them. Stone Hdw. Co.
('. H. Hunick left last night for
Rock county, Colo., where he will
pass several months with his wife
and daughter. Mr. Hunick will not
return to Pott county before Novem-
! ber. He is one of Pott county's
un-1 most prosperous farmers, in addition
to dealing extensively in horses and
mules. He expects to ship in sev-
eral carloads of horses from Colo-
rado next fall.
GREAT LOVE
— STORIES—
of HISTORY
By Albert Payson Terhunc
Henry V and Catherine
of France
The place to "buy your Easter suit
at a bargain. The Fit Wells, from
the 6th to 15th.
The Yale bicycle is our popular
wheel. Get the boy one as spring Is
here. Stone Hdw. Co.
All over the house. The Fit Wells
from the 6th to 15th.
SALE OF RAILROAD
Lawton, Ok., April 4.—District
Judge J. T. Johnson, sitting In cham-
bers, confirmed the sale of the Law-
ton and Fort Sill Electric railroad
made by Receiver E. E. Shipley last
month under the order of the court at
public auction. The sale was made
to M. A. Wert, representing, It is un-
derstood, a number of the creditors,
chief among whom is A. E. Sparks of
Philadelphia.
All 5c brands Evaporated Milk, 6 lor
Every Little Bit"
CUT OFF FROM THE REGULAR PRICE HELPS KEEP THE GROCERY BILL
DOWN WE STUDY THE SYSTEM OF LOW PRICING AND CAN ASSURE OUR
GOOD FRIENDS THAT WHAT WE SELL WE GUARANTEE TO BE FIRST-
CLASS FULL WEIGHT AND YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT AS REPRESENTED.
Colorado Potatoes, a whole car of smooth, white,
large size; per peck,25c; bushel $1.00
Rice, fancy head, 4 lbs 25c
Fancy Japan, 5 lbs 25c
Cracked Head, 6 lbs 25c
Oats, large size, 25c package of Quaker or Banner,
new stock 20c
Puffed Wheal, regular 15c package 9c
Puffed Rice, fresh and crisp, package 14c
Post Toasties, 2 large packages for 25c
Mother's Wheat Hearts (like Cream of Wheat,)
2 for 25c
Navy Beans, first quality, 5 lbs 25c
Lima Beans, 41bs 30c
Pearl and Flake Hominy, 7 lbs 25c
Black-eyed Peas, 31bs 25c
Pink Beans, 3 lbs 25c
25c K C Baking Powder for 18c
25c Health Club Baking Pcwder for 18c
2i>c Calumet Baking Powder for 23c
Arm & Hammer SKa, package 9c
Corn Starch, package, 7c; 4 for 25c
10c packages Table Salt for 8c
5c packages Table Salt for 4c
10c packages Pepper for 8c
5c packages Pepper for 4c
that it
We know UmT Ifte bakjn
liuletomfe.
We know
raised
e know that Calu
have put
sales
idem bnk
Have you tried it?
Calumet is highest in q
moderate
ived Hiffheftt Award
World's Pure Food Exposition.
BAKING POWIVl^
.n°t made by the truS1
CASE AGAINST NEGRO'S ASSAIL-
ANT CONTINUED IN-
DEFINITELY.
Another Gone Wrong
And must
money.
sell for a little
The Cott of One
Love Affair.
Full Cream Cheese, Fresh, per lb.
20c
Large cans Extra Good Tomatoes, each 10c
Large cans Kraut, each, 9c; 3 for 25c
Large cans Hominy, each, 9c; 3 for 25c
Large cars Pumpkin, each, 9c; 3 for 25c
Large cane Sweet Potatoes, 2 for 25c
Tall cans Red Salmon, each 17c
Tall cans Pink Salmon, each 14c
3 lb cans Pork and Beans, each 17c
2 lb cans Pork and Beans, 13c; 2 for 25c
1 lb cans Pork and Beans, 9c; 3 for 25c
3 cans Good Corn for 25c
2 cans Extra Good Beans for 25c
15c cans Peas, (Louis'), can 12c
Large cans Beets, fine quality 17c
Campbell's Soups, tall kinds, 9c; 3 for 25c
Large cans Hawaiian Sliced Pineapple 21c
Fine California Peaches, can 23c
Fine California Apricots, can 23c
Fine California Cherries, can— 23c
Fine California Plums, can 20c
Fine California Grapes, can 20c
Fine California Pears, can 25c
Extra Fancy 2-lb can Pears 20c
2 lb can Red Pitted Cherries 20c
2 lb can Gooseberries 10c
2 lb can Strawberries, 3 cans 25c
Light Syrup Peaches and Apricots, can 15c
Finest Fresh Tomatoes, per lb.
10c
Tobard Inn Coffee, best coffee on the market, our Swans Down Cake Flour 28c
price declined to, lb 25c Ralston's Pancake Flour 10e
Upton's Tea, 1 lb. 68c; % lb, 35c; ^ lb 18c M lb bag Pure Buckwheat 45c
„„ 5 lb bag Pure Rye Flour 25c
60c grades Black and Green Tea, lb 40c & ]b packages whole wheat F,our 33c
Good Mixed Tea, per lb 25c MatcheSr aI; kinds, 3 for 10c
Good Bulk Coffee, 1 lb., 23c; 3 1-2 lbs $1.00 National Crackers, all 10c packages, 3 for 25c
Fancy Big Raisins, 3 lbs for 25c Bulk Ginger Snaps, 3 lbs 25c
Evaporated Peaches, 3 lbs for 25c Quart Jars Pickles, each 25c
Good Small Fiiines, 3 lbs to- 25c Bulk Sweet or Sour Pickles, dozen 8c
Sweet Seedless Oranges, two sizes, 15 and 29c
Swlft'f^ Premium Bacon, slab, lb
Supreme Bacon, lb pieces, lb
Matchless Bacon, good quality, lb...
Pure Hog Lard, 60 per cent leaf, lb..
Pure I^eaf I^ard, 100 per cent, lb
:....29c
28c
. .22 1-2c
..12 1-2c
15c
Pure Apple Vinegar, gallon . 30c
Gallons Corn Syrup, each A S5c
Quarts Log Cabin Syrup, each 38c
One-half gallons Log Cabin Syrup, each 68c
fure Country Sorghum, each 50c
New York, April 4.—Booker T.
Washington did not appear in the
court of special sessions today to tes-
tily against Albert Ulrich of 111-2
West Sixty-third street when Ulrich
was arraigned on the charge of as-
saulting the negro educator. Ulrich
pleaded not guilty and was permitted
io go under $5oi) ball.
The case was postponed Indefinite-
ly. Before lioctor Washington left
New York ten days ago he said he
would surely come back to testify
at the trial. .rich found l)r. Wash-
ington in the vestibule of the West
Sixty-third street house the night of
March 19. Mrs. Ulrich had been giv-
ing her dogs and airing and she told
Jkich, it was said, that the negro in
the vestibule had addressed her as
"sweetheart." Ulrich chased Dr.
Washington up the block and admin-
istered a severe beating to him. The
negro educator denied speaking to
Mrs. Ulrich. He said he was looking
for Auditor Smith of Tuskegee and
was inspecting the cards over the
doorbells In the vestibule.
WHO IS TO BLAME
Gallons Velva Syrup, each
..,65c
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY TO ALL PARTS OF SHAWNEE. WAGONS GO
HOURLY. WE ISSUE VOTING COUPONS WITH EVERY PURCHASE, GOOD IN
THE OKLAHOMAN CONTEST WE ARE ALWAYS WELL STOCKED WITH
THE SEASON'S GOODNESS IN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
PANTIER GROCERY COMPANY
121 NORTH BROADWAY TWO PHONES: 722.
OUR PHONE NUMBER IS AT THF BOTTOM OF EVERY PAGE IN THE TELE
PHONE DIRECTORY.
For So Many Sickly Children?
Wie hear of so many children who
are thin, delicate, ailing and tired
all the time, we are led to ask what
is the cause and who is to blame?
Don't blame the children—they
have no strength. They play hard,
work hard at school, and rapid
growth takes all their strength.
It is the mothers of all such chil-
dren who are to blame, for if they
only realized what our delicious cod
liver and iron tonic will do for their
litle ones, they woldn't sleep at
night until they had started them on
Vinol.
Only a few days ago a case oame
to our attention—Mrs. W. H. Gil-
more of Duarnd, Mich., had a lit-
tle daughter, nrietyears of age. She
was weak, pale, ailing and nothing
seemed to do her any good. She
gia've her Vinol and whe began to
thrive at once and gained rapidly
in weight, color and strength.
, We positively know Vinol will
build up your litle ones and make
them healthy, strong and robust. Try
a bottle and if you are not satisfied
we will return your money. We
make this offer, to show you our
confidence and belief in Vinol. Wal-
lace Mann, druggist, opp. City Hall,
also Lion Drug Co., 207 E. Main St.,
Shawnee, Okla.
(Copyright, Uj tii«* Author.)
A reckless, daredevil boy chanced to
meet—and to fall in love with—a half-
starved, ill-dressed girl about five hun
dred years ago. Because t'ue boy hap-
pened to be a prince and the girl a
princess that same love affair led to a
series of terrible wars and to the con-
quering and final losing of a great na
tion. The boy was "Mad Prince Hal,"
son of King Henry IV. of lCngland.
The girl was Princess Catherine,
daughter of insane King Charles of
France. Unllty most royal mar-
riages, theirs was a genuin love
match. Nor did "the course of true
love" run smooth.
"Mad Prince Hal's" wild pranks had
led the English to tremble for their
kingdom's welfarein the event of his
coming to the throne. Yet when, in
1413, he succeeded his father as king,
he sobered down as by magic and
proved himself a wise, able ruler. Al-
most his first act after becoming King
Henry V. was to ask the hand of
Princess Catherine in marriage. He
had seen but little of the princess; yet
he had learned to love her, and he
sent for her at once to share his
crown. But by his counsellors' advice
he also asked
that he receive
(as her dowery)
the provinces in France that had in
bygone years been captured by Eng-
land and that were now French terri-
tory once more. The French govern-
ment angrily refused to grant these
terms. Not at all discouraged, Henry
resolved to win the princess and the
provinces as well. So, declaring he
had a hereditary right to the French
throne, he declared war on France,
and in 1415 invaded that country.
He could not have chosen a better
time for his attack. The king of
France was insane (playing cards are
said to have been invented to amuse
this crazy monarch), and the kingdom
was rent by two warring factions.
Princess Catherine had been sadly
neglected and had had a wretched girl-
hood. Her father being insane, the
care of the girl ahd been left to her
mother, an idle, wickcu woman, who
did not give Catherine enough food
nor clothing. Ragged, hungry, ill-
treated, the poor child was an object
of pity until her father, in a lucid in-
terval, removed her from her mother's
charge and sent her to a convent to be
educated.
it was largely on account of this 19
year-old girl that France, in 1415, was
invaded by an English army. Henry
swept all before him. The French op
posed him at Agincourt and are said
to have outnumbered his army by ten
to one. Yet he won a great victory,
crushing the national pride of France
A second invasion ended even more
triumphal) ly. The French, utterly
overwhelmed, begged for peace. The
terms Henry granted were unheard of
In t eir exorbitanca. First and fore
most he demanded th# hand of Cath
erine. Then he compelled his beaten
foes to agree that Hie should succeed
crazy King Charles at the latter'.s
death as ruler of France. In the
meantime he was to govern the realm
as regent.
He married Catherine and took her
back to England with him in triumph.
Her fatherland's fall was the price of
her hand. And her husband had
brought about that fall. She and
Henry were married, and early in
1421 she was crowned queen of Eng
land. The next December the couple's
only son (known
history as
Henry VI.) wag
born. Few children have started life
with such prospectg. For he was heir
to the combined thrones of France
and England. A few months later
Henry V. and Catherine went again to
France. There, when only 36 years
old, Henry died. Catherine brought
her little son back to England. There,
on crazy King Charles' death, the boy
was crowned, while atill in his cradle,
king of England and of France. But
he lacked his father's genius and in
herited some of his grandfather's, old
King Charles', insanity. As a result,
he was destined to lose both kingdoms
and to die in prison.
Catherine, though she had apparent-
ly returned her husband's adoring
love, was quickly consoled for his
death. She secretly married a Welsh-
man, Owen Tudor. The anger of the
court over this marriage caused her
to pine away and die at the age of 36.
She and Owen Tudor had two sons.
The elder of these (the earl of Rich-
mond) became laJ r the father of
Henry VII., who rounded the Tudor
line of kings in England.
140x140 with large barn,
close in, must go your price is
ours.
He is caught and must sell
Several choice vacant lots In
North Park Addition at your
price and terms.
Why pay rent when you can
buy a home on monthly pay*
meats the same as cash?
The cat out of the bag, a
large list of modern dwellings
close in must go quick on easy
terms.
$50,000 to loan on Pottawa-
tomie county farms; some pri-
vate money to loan on city
property.
LOST—Last night, he lost his
mind, and today offers his sev-
en room strictly MODERN
house, with lot 100x140 ft., at
an exceptionally low price. A
small payment down, balance
In ten years at 6 per cent.
I have several fine homeB located in finest residence section of
the city with beautiful drive and shade, modern in every reBpect,
prices from $500 to $7,000. These will not stay on the market long
Call phone 642 today and arrange to see them.
R. E. TIMMONS
Phone 642 107 North Bell
SOCIETY]
BY MAYME PULLEY
Phone 592
A Queen's
Second Romance.
Daughters of the Confederacy.
Mrs. Graves Baxter Roberts and
the Misses Mary Lou and Lillian Rob-
erts were hoetewee at the home of
the latter yesterday to tho Daugh-
ters o( tho Confederacy.
A business meeting was held and
the national and state dues were
paid up. There are fifly-seven reg-
ular members now belonging to the
society and the rest of the meetings
for a whllo will be social ones.
Mrs. A. L. Walker gave a splen-
did paper on "The Battle of Shi-
loh."
Mrs. Howard read a sketch of
Brigadier General Simon Bolivar But-
ner of Kentucky. The highest rank-
ing officer either of the northern or
southern army now living.
Miss Clara Cook sang the Garden
of Hpses, and Mrs. J. M. Clark
played Dixie.
Refreshments of Tuttl Kruitta
cream with cake were served to about
twenty members.
Miss Quiett Leaves.
Miss Essie Quiett, whose marriage
to Mr. S m Richard# of Memphis,
Tenn., takes place Thursday morn
ing. left today for ipilnton, Okla.,
where she will be the. guest of her
brother, Mr. Harry Quiett, at whose
home the ceremony will take place.
Family Dinner Party.
Mrs. Jane B. Whlttaker enter-
tained with a family dinner party
Sunday at two o'clock to compliment
Mist, .lennle Bradford, who returned
yesterday to her home In Oklahoma
City, after a several weeks' visit
here.
The large round table was decor-
ated In a beautiful silver fern dish
containing a Boston fern.
Six courses wero served to Mrs.
Whlttaker, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Brad,
ford, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Whlt-
taker, Mr. and Mrs. Wm McDIvltt
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Whlttaker,
Mrs. T. Harthorpe, Misses Jennie
Bradford, Mary McDIvltt and Jennie
McDIvltt and Masters Tommy Whlt-
taker, James W. Whlttaker, (rink
Whlttaker and Walter Bruce Brad-
ford.
Surprise Party.
The physicians who belong to the
Medical doclety and meet, every Sat-
urday evening In their club rooms in
tho Whlttaker building were very
much surprised Saturday night when
their wives came in about ten o'clock
to enjoy a two course luncheon. Not
liking the barbecue and rye bread
course they ordered ice cream sodas
from a nearby drug store charged to
the physicians. Ah an April Pool's
joke the bill was sent to the Doctors
Wives.
The surprise guests were Mes-
dames Bradford, ElliR, McGee, Tay-
lor, Rowland, Rice, Taylor, Scott,
Sanders and Goodrich.
QUAIL IN RABBITS
Kansas® Who Have Been Evading the
Game Laws Will Be Arrested.
Topeka, Kis , April 4.—Prof U L.
Dyche, state fish and game warden,
has found out how many hunters suc-
ceeded in evading the quail shoot-
ing law last winter. He found thht
these hunters stuffed the quail into
clean rabbits and were thus enabled
to escape detection. The wardan has
the names of several hunters who are
said to have evaded the law against
killing quail and he said today that,
warrants probably would be sworn
out for them.
Puffs and Switches mad< from
combings. Dyeing a specialty. J27
North Broadway.
Read The Herald.
4-2-3t
MILLIONS "/FAMILIES"™
Syrup ^Figs
ELIXIRef SENNA
If you have anything to sell
a classified ad will br.ng you
a buyer.
Try the classified columns
| if you have losrt something.
FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES, INDIGESTION AND ^OUR
STOMACH, CAS AND FERMENTATION, CONSTIPATION AND
BILIOUSNESS. WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPC0.
IN THE CIRCLE
ON EVERY PACKAGE 0FTHE GENUINE
Dr. Hale Abolished the Calendar.
I doubt If he ever became quite con
scJoub that he was an old man. What
Lowell wrote of Emerson was era- '
phatically true of Edward Everett
Ilj^e: "He has that privilege of soul |
which abolishes the calendar and \
presents him to us always the un
wasted contemporary of his own j
prime."
in 1906, when he was over 84 years
old, I said to him: "How is your eye
sight?"
'Good," be rppllcd; "I read as often
without ray glasses as with them."—
William M. McElroy in Woman's Home
Companion.
"Dr. Pokeit is devoted to science,
Isn't he?"
"Devoted? So much so, that he
even married a chemical blonde."
THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE GENUINE SYRUP
OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER IMITATIONS, IN ORDER TO
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR
CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH,
OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH. WHEN YOU ASK FOR
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR-
ING TO DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT OU WISH THE
GENUINE MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG
SYRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT
THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU-
FACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ONLY
NOTE THE NAME
USHB^
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN
THE CIRCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE,OF THE
GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE 50c PER BOTTLE.
ELIXIR
pOOTbslk Ml k
£NT. Of A ;.C0H9LE
HAOIfUAL.CONSTIPAm P
Mwniuiw^Bwas.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCv
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SF.NNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP
LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND
ABSOLUTELY FRLE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS. IT IS EQUALLY BENEFICIAL
FOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGQ5T&
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE.
California Fig SyrupCq

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