The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 214, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS HERALD
SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912
Says the Stranger to Himself As He Stands In the Street—
There Is an Electric Sign in Front
And The Place Must Be All Right
AND WHEN HE MAKES HIS PURCHASE- WHETHER IT BE THAT NIGHT OR THE NEXT DAY—HE REMEMBERS.
MR. MERCHANT, YOU WHO ARE DOUBTFUL ABOUT ELECTRIC ADVERTISING, TEST THIS DECLARATION FOR YOUR-
SELF THE NEXT TIME YOU GO AWAY FROM HOME.
Trade Goes Where Enterprise is Manifested
OUR NEW BUSINESS DEPARTMENT HAS SEVERAL ELECTRIC ADVERTISING PROPOSITIONS.
PRISE YOU BECAUSE IT IS SO LIBERAL.
TELEPHONE 146 AND FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF, OR DROP A CARD IN THE MAIL.
EACH WILL SUR-
Shawnee Gas & Electric Co.
130 North Broadway
Aged Citizen Burled Thursday.
The funeral services of Jacob Belles,
the aged father of Mrs. Nathan God-
win and Mrs. W. T. Finlcum, wag held
Thursday at 10 o'clock from the God-
win home, 116 South Draper Btreet.
The services were conducted by Rev.
L. Walter Nine. The services were
largely attended, by reason of the de-
ceased's large acquaintance in the
city—loved and respected by every-
body who know him.
He was a native of Ohio, and In his
earlier years with his family moved
to Iowa, where ho resided for several
years; then to Missouri, where he lost
Home at a Bargain
Dandy 4 room cottage, plastered, newly papered and painted,
2 closets, fine well with cement casing, 50 foot, east front lot
located in Hoffman Addition near Catholic Church, car line, and
within half block from paved street. This is an exceptional bar-
gain in a nice little home. Let me show
C.E. Easter wood
11 N. liDWY.
Red Ball Transfer Line
Baggage, Storage,-Crating and Shipping
Think llow Easy llie Phone Number
W. B. Rorschach
his wife. The laBt five years he had help, because it is for a worthy causi. If you fancy this pleasant method
made Ms home with his daughters in j Every church, organization, society, of getting off the fat, see your drug-
thi« city. Ho was an old soldier, and lodge and individual In the city has glBt Instantly, or else write the Mar-
greatly loved his country. He had consented to help. If you have net mola Co., 618 Farmer Bldg., Detroit,
been a member of the church and been asked bo a volunteer. You will Mich., to send you a case by mall,
was a great reader of the iiible. He lie asked to purchase a tag, and at These cases contain so generous a
stated to his pastor a few days ago the same time will be given a ticket quantity of tablets that treatment
that he "prayed daily without ceasing." ] which will entitle you to hear the ad- is very economical. It Is, also, quite
Last Tuesday evening he started fortress to be delivered at Convention harmless for the tablets are made
a walk west 011 the Rock Island hall. But one ticket, and if financial- exactly in accordance with the fa-
tracks and waB killed by a train. His ly able buy three, four or a half
friends feel sorry for the report In dozen.
The News-Herald Wednesday night,
portraying the tragic deatih of a de-
NOTICE TO FAT WOMEN
mented old man.
I Presumably you know, ladies, that
The facts are he was no worso off ,he proper caper nowadays is lines,
than most persons of his age—one of Curves are passe. You have got 10
the oldest men In the state, being 89 18|(0 oft your fat Thi6 mu8l be
years old. I done in one of three ways. By diet-
He leaves to raourne his loss two ing, by exercise, or by means of Mar-
aud a large circle of warm friends.
daughters and a son, the latter In inola Prescription Tablets
Alaska, a number of grandchildren j former will keep you busy for
months and punish you pretty so
verely, the latter will cost you 75
cents at the druggists. The tablets
will not make any alteration in y"nr
diet necessary, and yet in all prob-
ability, beofre you have used up one
case, you will be losing from 12 to
16 ounces of fat a day. Which
method do you like the best?
mous Marmola Prescription.
McAlester Sells Ilonds.
McAlester, Okla., March 29.—The
city council of McAlester has awarded
its $50,000 water bond issue to Geo. I.
Gilbert of Oklahoma City. Mr. Gil-
bert takes the bonds at par, remits
accrued interest and pays premium of
World's Longest River®.
The longest rivers of the world are:
North America, Missouri and Missis-
sippi, 4,575 miles; South America,
Amazon, four thousand miles; Europe,
Volga, 2,300 miles; Asia, Yangtze, 3,-
000 miles; Africa, Nile, 4,100 miles,
and Oceania, Murray and Darling, 1,-
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WELL?
Many Shawnee People Know the Im-
portance of Healthy Kidneys.
The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day.
Well kidneys remove impurities.
Sick kidneys allow impurities to
No kidney ills should be neglected. |
There is grave danger in delay.
If you have backache or urinary
If you are nervous, dizzy or worn
Begin treating your kidneys at
Use a proven kidney remedy
None endorsed like Doan's Kidney
Recommended by thousands.
Proved by homo testimony.
Mrs. R. Hall, 243 South McKinley
Ave., Okla., says: "Although I never
used Doan's Kidney Pills myself, I
am glad to recommend them highly
as they cured a member of my fam-
ily several years ago of kidney
troube and backache. She has re-
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cents. Koster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United ;
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
kansas City Livestock.
By Associated Press.
Kansas City, March 29.—Cattle—Re
ceipta, 1000; market steady; native
The two |steers, $6.00® 8.25; native cows and
Hogs—Receipts, 4000; prices 5 cents
higher; bulk of sales from $7.6007.85.
Kansas City drain.
Kansas City, March 29.—Cash wheat,
$1.00 3-4; July 91 5-8; September,
9. 3-8@>90 1-2 bid.
Corn, 74 1-2074 5-8; May, 72 3-4®
72 7-8 bid; July, 70 3-8@70 1-2 bid.
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Barrett, Charles F. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 214, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 30, 1912, newspaper, March 30, 1912; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91633/m1/2/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.