The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 127, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10," 1915.
THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD
A \ ,
ODEOX Pauline Bush and Wm Dowlan in "THE MEASURE
TODAY OK A MAS,* 2 reel Rex drama. "A FAREWELL IIIN
A'EK, 2 reel Majestic society drama of love and in-
trigue featuring Biliie M est. An exceptionally fino dramatic
OI>E(l\ TOMORllOff—ilOth w nderful episode of "THE M A S I I; It
OOEOX FRIDAY—Francis Ford and Grace Cunard in "THE
MADCAP QUEEN OF GBEDSIKIFFEX."
CKIS'IAL "IIIE PROPERTY 2 reel Keystone Special
TODAY return engagement. Also "PIKE GOLD," Vitagraph
drama, and "HELEN INTEKVE>'ES," Thanhouser
drama with the Thanhouser Kidlet.
A Quality Program at the CRYSTAL Fiery Day.
SAVOY HENHICP8 rRISCESS MAIDS presents "RUBES IX
TODAY JiEIV YORK." You don't know what you missed if
you failed to see "THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN" yes-
terday. Each bill presented by this clever company is classy and
full of fun, you can not fall to enjoy them.
Quality Pictures Every Day. Entire Bill an<l Pictures Changed
Dally. , «
SPECIAL NOTICE: Beginning Sunday, Feb. 14th, the SAVOY
will have three changes of vaudvil each week Instead of tw«
changes as heretofore. Two acts for Sunday and Monday. Tw4
new acts for Tuesday and Wednesday and two new acts for
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
W. M. Brill went to Holdenville
on business this morning.
J. D. Lydick is a professional
visitor to Oklahoma City.
L. W. Rathbun of Enid is a
business visitor here.
L. W. Molntyre of Hazel was
Shawnee caller this morning.
W. H. English was an Oklahoma
City visitor yesterday.
Drs. Bradford and Walker went
to Oklahoma City on profession il
!Diokson Duncan of Prague is a
business visitor here.
IMrs. J. Cooper and Miss Mae
Colbaugh of Oklahoma City were
guests in Shawnee today.
"DOC BIRD SVYS"—
We can't give you more for your
money than we do—and we know
that no one else can.
Don't be alarmed—if you feel
rundown at the heels and weak.
Get NYAL'S SARSAPARJlLUA and
get it quick right here
It's only $1.00 and will put you
in tip top order in no time at all.
"The sweetness of low price sel-
dom equals the bitterness of poor
We fill mail orders.
LION* DRUG CO.
WALLACE MANN, Prop.
When People Ask Us
what is pood for nerves and lost weight,
we always recommend
a food tonic and tissue builder.
The Owl Drug Store.
Attorney William Beaitty of Wa-
nette is a Shawnee visitor.
Miss Ethel Moran of Iowa City,
la., is a Shawnee visitor.
Roley Sunds of Okemah is a vis-
itor to Shawnee today.
Deputy Sheriff Gus Mitchell went
to Maud on business today.
Mrs. C. W. Aldrich of Wichita,
Kas., was a Shawnee visitor yes-
Why "No Coffee'
Many parents who drink coffee would not allow their
children to touch it.
The 2Vz grains of the drug, caffeine, in the average cup
of coffee, is far more injurious to the susceptible nature of
a child than to an adult, but. just as constant dripping will
wear away stone, so will the repeated doses of caffeine un-
dermine the strongest constitution.
Parents who would protect their own health as they do
that of their children, will see the reason for quitting coffee
and using , ,- & J1,'- $
This pure food-drink contains nothing that is harmful or
injurious, but is, on the contrary, healthful and invigorating.
Postum is easy to malte; has a delightful Bnappy flavour,
very much like Old Gov't. Javas; and is good for both chil-
dren and adults.
Postum is sold in two forms -Regular Postum, which re-
quires boiling. 15c and 25c packages; Instant Postum, which
is soluble in hot water—made instantly In the cup, 30c and
Both kinds are equally delicious, and the cost per cup
about the same. v. i H Hfl
'There's a Reason" for POSTUM
—sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. W. Lucas of Wewoka was a
Shawnee visitor Tuesday.
THE TWILIGHT SLEEP," second installment of "T1IE EX-
V (UTS OF ELAINE." See Elaine every Wednesday and snu ss
the identity of "THE CLI ICHING HAND."
TOMORROW and . very THURSDAY "THE HAZARDS OF HELEN"
FRIDAY—Jark London's "SE I WOLF," in seven parts. Mr. Lon-
don's vivid, gripping intense story, wonderfully scened and per-
fectiy acted by a remarkable cast. Hobart Boswortli ns "I. VII-
' SEN." The "SEA WOLF" played to more people in one d
at the Strand Theatre, New York city's .million dollar photoplaj
house, than any other motion picture ever shown. Prices f. r
this masterpiece throughout the country have been 50c to $1.00.
Our prices Friday, one day i nly: Adults 15e; Children 10c.
Remember "ELAINE" today and every Wednesday.
All kinds of gas mantles, globes
and fixtures, also electric light
globes at Warren-'Smith Hardware
Do not forget that garden.
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FAR CITY FUNDS
J. J. Cuff, a
of Maud, was
a Shawnee visitor
Mose Mann is a business visitor
to Oklahoma City tod^y.
County Commissioner J. T. Davis,
Julius Krouch and F. L. Lasater
went to Maud today and out to the
drainage ditch on an inspection
P. B. Adair of Holdenville was
a guest in the city yesterday.
M. F. Norris of Konawa was a
visitor here Tuesday.
night, High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sessions of
Kansas City are Shawnee visitors.
Last and best number of Lycenm
Course Thursday night. # 9-8t
Mrs. W. iM. Rogers of Ft. Worth,
Tex., was a guest in the city today.
Mrs. Mae Gleable of Ft. Worth,
Tex., is a Shawnee gueat.
The last number and perhaps
the best of the Lyceum Conrse will
appear at the High School Audi-
torium Thursday night, Feb. 11th,
IE. B. Gregory of Ada is a guest
in the city.
Mrs. D. W. McKenzie and chil-
dren of Chicago who have been
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. C.
Sanders have returned home.
WATER FOR HOB,SOX.
The result of a discussion \w the
council Tuesday evening, a water
line will probably oson be con-
structed on North Hobson, where
there is already a sewer but no
water service. On account of resi-
dents not being able to use the
sewer without water service, many
requests for refunding of sewer tax
have been received, and the council
believes it cheaper to law the
water main than to refund the as-
Alderman Richards proposed to
the council last night a motion that
the city attorney draw up the neces-
sary resolution or ordinance to pro-
vide that after the forthcoming
election the city treasurer advertise
for bids from banks for the city
funds, to the end that the city
might realize more than 3 per cent
on daily balances.
The mayor stated that it would
be no innovation, as it had been
the custom# heretofore, but that th<
city had never received a bid of
more than 3 per cent.
Alderman Hickey could not see
the advantage of taking any action
now to be effective .after this ad-
ministration closes, as if the new
administration wanted such action
they could take it, and if not, they
could overturn whatever the pres-
ent council did.
City Attorney Williams stated that
if the council by resolution took
the handling of the city money out
of the hands of the treasurer, it
thereby released the city treasurer's
bondsmen from liability.
There was second to Mr. Richards'
1 he i asteful Valentine--
A Box of Nunnaly's or
Whitman s Chocolates
We have them in appropriate Valentine
designs and tlmpes—
Chocolutes from 35c to $1.00
, We make ice cream for Valentine dinners
Any color.-, 0.1 shoit r.o'.ii e
JONES A- ALBERT Props.
The Busy Bee
9 East Main St. Phone 318
Hall Oaine'g superb love story in 8 parts
IT CRYSTAL THEATRE
7 RAYS THURSDAY, FEB! I'ARY 18 AND
C. uH I O L FKIDAY. FEBRUARY 19
Will Hall spent yesterday
cumseh on business.
The Trades and Labor Assembly
will hold its regular meeting to-
morrow night. All members re-
quested to be present.
I want a real estate mortgage
for $300, and one for $400, 3 years.
W. S. 'Search. 45-10-3t
MO\FY TO LOAN
on dwellings, business property and
farms, at low rates and easy pay-
ments. C. E. Easterwood, 107% E.
Main. Phone 505. 37-9-15t
The following is the program for
Lincoln's Birthday at the First M.
E. Church, Feb. 14, 1915 at 2:30
Song, "America," Choir and Con-
Invocation, by Rev. W. P. Blake.
Address, by Rev. J. H. Miller,
("Lincoln as a Man.")
(Song, "Your Mission," Quartette.
Address, by Mr. C. J. Bocher,
("Lincoln as a Lawyer.")
Reading of Lincoln's Gettysburg
Speech, by George McKinnis, Jr.
Song, "Somecime We'll Under-
Address, by Geo. McKinnis, Sr.,
("Lincoln as a Statesman.")
Song, "Battle Hymn of the Re-
public," Choir and Congregation.
Dismissal of Congregation, by Rev.
W. P. Blake.
M. W. McKenzie went to McLoud
on business this morning.
The Price She Paid for Lydia
E Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound Which Brought
Danvihe, Va. —' * I have only spent ten
dollars on your medicine and 1 feel so
much better than I
did when the doctor
was treating rae. I
don't suffer any
bearing down pains
at all now and I sleep
well. I cannot say
enough for Lydia E.
ble Compound and
Liver Pills as they
have done so much
for me. I am enjoy-
ing good health now and owe it all to
your remedies. I take pleasure in tell-
a guest of 'nK my friends and neighbors about
I them."—Mrs. Mattie Haley, 501 Col-
quhone Street, Danville, Va.
Phone 143, Warren-Smith Hard-' ,N° woman suffering from any form
of female troubles should lose hone un-
ware Co., if you need a garden hoe til she has given Lydia E pinkham'8
or rake. 10-3t Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
I This famous remedy, the medicinal
See the line of incubators and ingredients of which are derived
brooders at Warren-Smith Hard-, from native roots and herbs, has for
Jl'DGE FOR YOURSELF.
Which is Better—Try an Ex peri
ment or Profit by a Shawnee
Something new is an experiment
Must be proved to be as repre-
The statement of a manufacturer
is not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends is
•Now supposing you had a bad
A lame, weak, or aching one,
Would you experiment on it?
You will read of many so-called
Endorsed by strangers from far-
It's different when the endorse-
ment comes from home.
Easy to prove local testimony.
Read this Shawnee case:
W. E. Hughes, 331 N. Tucker St.,
Shawnee, says: "My kidneys were
irregular in action and the kidney
secretions were unnatural. I also
htd in my back. I Ut«d
Doan's Kidney Pills and they quick-
ly improved my condition."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mr. Hughes had. Foster-Mil-
burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Gallaher is
itor to McComb.
a professional vis-
Deputy Sheriff Darden went to
McLoud on business this morning.
Thi Young Men's Democratic Club
•will meet Friday evening in the
.superior court room to elect dele-
gates to the state convention at
MusHbgec, Feb. 22. A large delega-
tion is desired, as Shawnee will be
a candidate for the next state meet-
FRANK E. BROWN, President.
HARRY WATTS, Secretary.
Miss Lucile Pace
friends at Maud.
ware Co. They also have the chick-
en fence you will need. 10-3t
Fifth annual "ball Choctaw's Queen
Lodge, Aux. to T. A. of M., Monday
night. Feb. 15, Chrisney Hall.
Clint Rorer left this morning for
Tupelo on business in connection
with the leasing of some ranch
forty years proved to be a most valua-
ble tonic and invigorator of the fe-
male organism. Women everywhere
bear willing testimony to the wonderful
virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
If you have the slightest ciouht
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
ble Compound will help you,write
to Lydia I'.Pink ham Medici lie Co.
(confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad-
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in rtrict confidence.
f DK. HARRY H. WILSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throkt
*■ Rooms 113-14-15, Third Floor
♦ Mammoth Building.
♦ Hours: 8-12 a. m.; 1-6 p. ni.
♦ and 7-8 p. m.
OFFER TO COLLECT
' TAXES TET DUE
The city council has referred i
proffered contract of Messrs. White
hill and Hurst to serve the city
For Dandruff, wo recommend
The Owl Drug Store.
which attracts much at-
t.Y f0rro«a a .* ' operator is in the window with
tax ferrets and attorneys in getting | the snake,
unpaid or wrongly apportioned cor-1 tentlon.
poration tax for the city on a !
commission basis, to the city at-
torney to report back at the next
meeting. The proposal was contin-
gent upon the men making a like
contract with the county.
I XOVEI, ADVERTISEMENT.
A novel advertisement is the dis-
play in the show window of the
Public Drug Co. of a huge snake,
advertising a corn and bunion cure.
Oenerfc) farm Sale, Pedlgrset)
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A buncfi of
Sweet Pea? or Violets.
A box of
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 127, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1915, newspaper, February 10, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128684/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.