The Shawnee News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 174, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1912 Page: 3 of 6
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS-HERALD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1912
placed the price of admission at 25c,
35c and 50c, instead of the dollar,
doilar-and a-half that is the customary
price for this number. Reserved
seats will be on sale at the Owl
Drug Store Thursday before the
WAT TO GAIN FLESH.
Hogs are not cleanly—hog
fat is always under suspicion—and
lard is nothing more or less than hog fat.
Cottolene as a frying and shortening medium is just/f,fa^.^d
of butter or lard as the automobile is in advance of the bicycle,
or electric light preferable to gas.
Cottolene is a vegetable shortening—made from
pure, refined cotton oil. It may cost a little more
per pound—but you need to use only two-thirds as
much. It is better and more economical.
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
'Nature's Gift from the Sunny South'
There is only one way for thin,
weak persons to gain flesh and
strength and that is to eat and di-
gest more food.
"But that's Just the trouble," says
one. "I don't want to eat at all and
the doctors say it does more harm
than good to eat what I don't want.'
That is true The thing to do is
to get an appetite and good diges-
tion. Miss Menrietta Huber, of the
Bronx, N. Y., says on this subject
"I was very weak and had been for
several months, so I thought I ough
to take Vlnol to gain strength. Since
taking Vinol I have gained over 15
pounds in weight and my appetite *s
good. Now I am aB strong as ever."
This is a remarkable case, but
there are thousands of others, prov-
ing that our deliclouB cod liver and
iron remedy, Vinol, is a certain body
builder and strength creator. If you
are weak and thin, you should by
all means give yourself the benefit
of Vinol for it will build you up and
make you strong. We guarantee it
to do this. Wallace Mann, Druggist
opposite City Hall, and Lion Drug
Co., corner Main and Union, Shaw-
Wilson on Jackson.
Some time ago the News-Capital
ridiculed the idea of Woodrow Wil-
son speaking at a banquet on Jack-
son Jay, i i view of his oft-publlsh-
f <| opinion* of that great democrat.
It has been asked to cite some
■ Examples of his criticism. There are
mi./icrous examples in hiB "History
of the American People" but per-
haps the best single lllutsration
may be found in his volume "An Old
Master and Other Essays," published
by Scribner in 1893. In this volume
on page 123, the professor said:
"A French writer has said that
the autocratic ascendency of Andrew
Jackson illustrated anew the long
credited tendency of democrats to
give themselves over to one hero.
The country is older now than it
when Andrew Jackson delighted
in his power, and few can believe
that it would approve or applaud
childish arrogance and ignorant ar
bltrariness like his; but even in his
case, striking and eminous as it
was, it must not be overlooked that
he was suffered only to strain the
constitution not to break it. A
tton that can quietly reabsorb a vast
victorious army is no more Bafely
free and healthy than Is a nation
thfUi is a nation that could reabsorb
such a president as Andrew Jackson,
' sending him into seclusion at the
Hermitage to live without power and
die almost forgotten."—McAlester
A BALD-HEADEI) WOMAN.
Don't forget the big Bpecial Sun
dav dinner at the City Cafe, 35 cents.
That have gieit medicinal power, are
rained to their highest efficiency, for
purifying and enriching the blood, as
they ar<- combined in Hood's Sarsa-
40,366 testimonials received by actual
count in two years. Be sure to take
Get it today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
Slioru of Her Crown of Beauty,
Loses in Love and Marriage.
Hair Is certainly most necessary
to woman. Who could love and mar-
ry a bald-headed woman? Whit
charms could one array to offset
such a disfigurement?
A woman's goal is usually love
and marriage. Her crowning glory
is her hair. The loss of her hair
mars her beauty, happiness, and suc-
cess. Yet, right here in Shawnee,
there are thousands of women who
are neglecting or injuring their hair
to such an extent that it is only a
matter of time when It will be ut-
Many women destroy the ebauty of
their hair through thoughtlessness
or ignorance of certain facts. They
use curling irons over-heated, or to
excess, which destroys the natural
oil of the hair, causing it to split,
and come out. They do not sham-
poo their hair often enough, or too
often. They use soaps or prepara-
tions which contain ingredients posi-
tively harmful o the scalp and hair.
As a result of such treatment,
dandruff is created, the hair losens,
loses color, falls out, and baldness
commences, unless proper and
prompt precautions are taken In
time. Then again, microbes and
certain diseases bring about unheal-
thy scalp and hair conditions.
Almost any woman may rid her-
self of dandruff and diseased scalp
and hair if she will but use the
right remedy. We have that remedy
and we will positively guarantee that
It will either cure dandruff and bald-
ness or It will not cost the user
That's a pretty broad statement,
but we will back it and prove :t
with our own money. We will return
your money. If you do not find that
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is an entire-
ly satisfactory remedy that will pro-
mote thlr growth and overcome Bcalp
and hair troubles; that it will grow
hair even on bald heads, unless all
life in the hair roots has been ex-
tinguished, the follicles closed, and
Sy Rev. Stephen Paulson
TEXT—Finally, brethren, whatsoevei
things aro true, whatsoever things an
honest, whatsoever thlngB are Just, what-
soever things are pure, whatsoever thlngi
are lovely, whatsoever things are of gooc
report; if there be any virtue, and If ther«
be any praise, think on these things.—
Phlllpplans, IV, 8.
I The Perfect Laxative
For Elderly People
the scalp is glazed and shiny. It
gets its name from the fact that it
grew hair in 93 out of 100 cases,
where it received a thoroughly hard,
impartial, and practical ttest.
We want you to try Rexall "93",
Hair Tonic at our risk. You surely
cannot lose anything by doing so,
while you have everything to gain.
You had better thing this over, and
then come in an dsee us about this
offer. You will be well repaid for
your visit to our store. Remember,
you can get Rexall Remedies in this
community only at our store—The
Rexall Store. Owl Drug Store, C. H.
Marmaduke & Sou, Props., 6 E.
Most disease comes from germs.
Kill the germs and you kill disease.
Conkey's Nox-i-cide mixes with water
and kills the germs. For Poultryman,
Stockmen and Housekeepers. Guar
anteed by Clarke & Keller. 6-30-2t
American women are no longer
welcome at the Court of St. James
unless they are married to English
husbands, which is expected to have
marked bullish influence on the
price of British husbands.
Blamed a Good Worker.
"I blamed my heart for severe dis-
tress in my left side for two years,"
writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., "but
I know now it was Indigestion, as Dr.
King's New Life Pills completely
cured me." Best for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles, constipation
headache or debility. 25c at all
If our well known government gets
hold of the telegraph companies, it
will be necessary for the messenger
boys to slow down to keep pace with
other government employes.
Leaves Kidneys In Weakened
Plumes and Kid Gloves
cleaned Free when sent
in with Skirt or Ladies'
Suit to be cleaned at
The People's Cleaning &
Dye Works -
219 b. Main St. Phone 225
Doctors in all parts of the country
have been kept busy with the epi-
demic of grip which has visited so
many homes. The symptoms of grip
this year are very distressing and
leave the system in a run down con-
dition, particularly the kidneys which
seem to suffer most, as every victim
complains of lame back and urinary
troubles which should not be neg-
lected, as these danger signals often
lead to more serious sickness, such
as dreaded Blight's Disease. Local
druggists report a large sale on Dr
Kilmer's Swamp-Root which bo many
people say soon heals and strength
ens the kidneys after an attack of
grip. Swamp-Root is a great kidney
liver and bladder remedy, and,' b.v
Ing an herbal compound, haB a gen
tie healing effect on the kidneys
which is almost Immediately noticed
by those who try it. Dr. Kilmer k
Co., Hinghamton, N. Y.. offer to send
a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, free
by mall, to every sufferer who
quests it. A trial will convince any
one who may be in need of it. Reg-
ular size bottles 50cts. and $1-00
For sale at all druggists. Be sure
to mention this paper.
Their Darling Coming.
The High School Athletic Asaocia
tion has engaged Mr. Nels Darling
to appear next Friday ,the 16th, at
the High School Auditorium. Mr.
Darling has agreed to give an inter
pretation of the famous Rip Van
Winkle as which character he has
made a decided success in every in
stance where he has appeared. The
event will be one of the greatest
treats of the season, and the Asso-
ciation haB decided to fill the audi
torium of the High school, so have
"After four .. our family had dird
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble,
but my life was saved and I gamed
87 pounds through using
W. K. Patterson, Wellington, Tex.
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*.n°t made by the trusig«
There are today more people than
ever before asklr.g the question, "What
to right?" They have been led tc
ask this question by an arousal of con
science from lethargy that at one time
seemed tQ be as binding aa prison
chains. In this reawakening th«
church has played a most Important
part, but its appeals have been sec
onded by moralists and even by states
men. Today the question, "What la
right?" is asked not only In personal
morals, but in the larger affairs ol
life, and to the extent that there la
greater effort for higher standard!
of morality and of religious prac-
The question is an old one. It baa
been asked by man since first he knew
there was right which might be dls
tingulshed from wrong. It has been
discussed in all its phases, and St
Paul in his letter to the Phllipplana
exhorts them in the words of our text
He tells thera that right is "what li
true, what is honest, what is Just, what
Is pure and lovely and of good re
port." His exhortation is as perti
nent today as then, and his definition
as complete. Let us first consider
men, not things.
A great many men are true so far
their standards permit them to be.
tere are others who seek constant el
t 4ion of standards so that they may
In ..oarer the ideal true man. To be
a true man means to be truthful in
thought, in speech, In act, to be devoid
of dissimilation, to be right and to be
Just what you seem to be; to be loyal
to all that is good and devoted to the
furtherance of good. Such a man In
variably answers the question "What
Is right?" correctly, and his answer
has the respect of his fellow men.
A great many men are honest so
far as the demands of relationship
with other men may go. and few go
beyond this point and are honest with
themselves as well as with their fel-
lows. In their transactions they hate
no doubts, no regrets, no sufferings
conscience. They make every
transaction a closed transaction In
every sense of the word. They are
right. Such men are the examples vt
honesty that should be emulated.
Men are Just in the measure that
they mete to their fellow men; and
some of them are Just to the extent
that they heap the measure to over
flowing. They neither weigh to the
ounce, nor exact their pound of flesh
as old Shylock did. If anything, they
are Just to the point of generosity and
have the satisfaction of knowing that
they have given full value or full
credit to all with whom they come In
Most men are pure to the extent
that they have no faults or vices that
stamp them as Immoral. There are
others whose thoughts even are pure
and to whom impurity is absolutely ob
noxious. They think good, and as the
thought is the father of the act, tfcey
set well. These are the men at whom
the finger of suspicion never points,
but are always held as models after
which we should pattern.
Men who are truly honest, Just and
pure, men whose thoughts are always
upward, are men of good report. They
have unassailable reputations support-
ed by unimpeachable characters. They
ask the question, "What Is right?"
from the Innermost recesses of their
souls, and answer it with all the en
llgtitenment of conscience and spirit
ual guidance that Ood can give them.
They are always men of good report
and always will '>e so long as they
possess the virtues that the apostle
1 know that the apostle tells the
brethren to "think of things that are
true, honest, pure, lovely and of good
report." It is by thinking of these
things that men become honest, true
and just. The apostle asks them not
only to think but to reason, for he
says that "If there is any virtue in
these things, if there be any praise"
thinking of them will bring them into
their lives and cnu e them to be grate
ful for the good they receive Men
who think honestly, men who try to be
conscientious gain for themselves all
the good that can be derived from
right thought and pure thinking And
that good is ability to think straight,
tnd answer correctly the question.
"What Is right?"
Of course there is no absolute right.
'Men do not think alike. They have
not the same standards, nor the same
conceptions, and yet tbey have one
standard of right and their conception
of that standard will always#grow bet* I
ter and better the more tbey study it
That standard was set by Christ. Paul
Studied It, and his wonderful growth |
In spirituality enabled him to tell the
Phlllpplans what they should think
about, for he knew that the man who
was true, honest. Just and pure, the
man who regarded things that were el
svatinj? and of good report, would be
come the man who would be able soon
•r r later to answer more exactly the
question. "What Is right?"
You can follow Paul's prescription
•specially if you ask for that guld
tnce which has been promised you
by that greatest exrmptor of right
Age has its attractions no less than
youth In a more serene and quieter life.
But It Is this very life of rest without
sufficient exercise that brings with it
those disorders that arise from In-
activity. Chief of these are a chronic,
Most elderly people are troubled in
this way. with accompanying symptoms
of belching. drowsiness after eating,
headaches and general lassitude I re-
quently there is difficulty ot digesting
even light food. Much mental trouble
ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable
remedy. First of all the advice may lie
given "that elderly people should not use
salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters
or anv of the more violent purgatives.
What they need, women as well as men.
Is a mild laxative tonic, one that is
pleasant to take and yet acts without
properties that strengthen the stomach,
liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo-
ple use, to the exclusion of all other
remedies. Trustworthy people like Mrs.
Annie Hildesheim, Pine BlulT, Ark., and
Isaac Crawford. Magazine, Ark., say they
take it at regular Intervals and In tiiat
way not only maintain general good health
but that they have not in ye=irs felt as
good as they do now. You will do well
to always have a bottle of it In the house.
It is good for all the family.
Anvone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying It In the regular
wav o'r a druggist at flftv cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing VT.
W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.,
Montlcello. 111. Your name and addresa
^he remedy that fills all these re- Montlcello 111 Your nai
qulreroents, and has in addition tonic on a p«e al card will do.
Crop Conditions (Jond.
George T. Nicholson, vice presi*
dent of the Atchison. Topeka & jan-
ta Fe railroad company, In charge
of traffic, has Just finished an ex-
haustive investigation of crop pros-
pects along the lines of the road.
Hie reports are most favorable, in-
dicating that the conditions are bel-
ter than they have been for several
The Santa Fe," Mr. Nicholson
said, "operates in< the greatest agri-
cultural country on the globe, and
in the territory traversed by our
lines water is an important thing
This territory from the Great Lakes
to the Gulf of Mexico on the south
and the Pacific Oceon on the west
generally has been soaked in the
last three months. A wet winter
means plenty of moisture during the
spring and summer, and that spells
"Never before in my recollection
has there been so much moisture all
over the west and southwest
there has been this winter. Okla-
homa, which has had three dry win-
ters, is in the best possible condi-
tion, the productive soil of that great
state being wet down several inches
and ready to respond to the early
spring. Oklahoma people are con
fldent of a bumper crop this year,
and they are feeling mighty good.
"Kansas farmers already have
commenced to bank on the biggest
wheat yield on record. The acre-
age is perhaps the largest in the
state's history, and the stand is first
class. The heavy snow this winter
has put the ground in excellent con
dition, not only for wheat, but fo
corn and other crops as well.
"Colorado reports that the moun
tains are full of enow, which means
an abundance of water for Irriga-
tion purposes, and the famous Ark-
ansas Valley will continue to blos-
som as the rose, producing bigger
and better crops than ever before.
"Optimistic reports also come from
Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska,
Texas, Louisiana. New Mexico, Ari-
zona, Nevada and California. Wher-
tver there are^ agricultural lands
there is moisture this winter, point-
ing to an era of prosperity for the
farmer without parallel in the his-
tory of the United States."
Where rnlformlty Saves you Money.
One great difficulty in baking Is
the fact that many baking powders
—among them some of the best-
known brande in the market- are
so hastily thrown together that they
are never uniform. Every can dif-
fers in quality or strength, and as a
result, the cook Is obliged to experi-
ment in every bakfng. And as you
know, experiments in baking are
The only way to bake successfully
is to use a baking powder that you
can depend upon—one that is always
uniform and reliable. Then you can
be sure of your bakings, for this
reason alone—millions of housewives
advise using Calumet Baking Pow-
In buying Calumet Baking Powdar
you get a powder that is chemically
correct and recommended by leading
physicians and chemists. That
vouches for its wholesome qualities,
and as for Calumet's purity, it HAS
THE most convincing evidence back
of it in the fact that it received the
Highest Award at the World's Pure
Food Exposition in Chicago.
Congress thinks it won't be ready
tc quit before August. It seems a
fewer campaign speeches helps a
Lady in Goodwater Describes iler
Distressing Experience nd
Tells How She Was
Ooodwater, Mo.—' Ever since I «n
a little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore,
"I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia.
I suffered misery after eating, and had
I thought 1 had to suffer this way u
long as 1 lived, but when I began to take
Thedford's Black-Draught, in small
doses, every night, the heartburn was all
gone in a few days, and I could eat
I took two small packages in all, and
although that was some time ago, the
dyspepsia has not returned.
1 speak a good Vord for Thedford'i
Black-Draught whenever 1 have the op-
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY8 portunity."
Your druggist will refund money It If eating causes distress, we urge you
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Protruding PMes in Mo uZT 60c' cleanse, the system, he'ps the stomach to
I digest its food, regulates the bowels, and
ftt Fountains & Elsewhere „ without bad after_
Ask for effects. Try it. Price 25c.
The Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for All Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared ij a minute.
Take na imitation. Just say "HQRLICK'S."
Not In Any HI ilk Trust
Made A New Man O* Hint. I
"I wa3 suffering fn m !•; .-! ! i 1
stomach, head and b k," \vn ''
T. Alston, Raleigh, N. O., "and u
liver ami kidneys did not work riir'i
but four bottles of Electric IVttei
made me feel like a new i; n."
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