The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 238, Ed. 1 Monday, April 29, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS HERALD
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1912
If You Want to Buy or
Sell, Talk with
(100.00 cash and <15.00 pur month payments will buy a dandy
6 room cottage, 50 loot lot, gas, city water, In beautiful location,
200 feet from Main street on Osage. This is an opportunity to get
a dandy home on terms like renting.
If you want to buy a bargain in a home, let me show you a
nice 4 room cottage plastered and painted, fine well, 50 foot eaM
front lot No. 528 N. Pottengur. This home is offered at $900 to a
quick buyer and you know It's a bargain.
Good 7 room two story residence with modern conveniences In
400 block West 11th street wltfc mortgage of (1,100. Will trad.:
equity for smaller borne.
A dandy 5 room cottage ith 75 foot lot in 500 block North
Beard street Is going to sell at a big sacrifice price. It will pay
you to Investigate this If you are looking for a bargain.
A new and modern 7 room residence, east front In 600 block,
North Broadway can be bought at $4,500. If you are interested in
a fine home let me show you this one.
3 room house, U foot lot. No 616 S. Louisa, is a bargain at
MOO. On terms.
2 room house with 75 foot lot on West Main street In Kicka-
poo Addition can be bought at $400.00.
Modern and new 6 room bunaglow, east front la 700 block,
North Louisa, Is a snap at $2,300.
Modern and new 6 room cottage, east front, 50 foot lot, 600
block, North Louisa, goes at $2600.
Beautiful oast front 76 foot lot, best location on North Broad
way, Is a ba-galn at $1,000.
Make me an offer on a beautiful 50 foot, east front lot in
1100 block, North Broadway.
Fine 2 story brick building centrally located In the business
district, can be bought for $12,000.
Pine $7,500.00 residence property close in can be bought for
Will exchange good residence property In 900 block, north,
for dwelling property close In and pay difference.
Will exchange good dwelling property in South Town and
85 foot vacant lot in Hoffman Addition for dwelling in North Town
and pay difference.
Fine improved 10 acre block in Northwest part of city for sale
at a bargain.
Choloe trackage lots, 125 by 140 feet, on South Broadway can
be bought at a bargain.
A very desirable home, 1200 block, North McKinley, to ex-
change for close in dwelling property.
Fine $6,000.00 dwelling property close in with $4,000.00 encum-
brance. Will exchango equity for vacant lots or dwelling property.
$700.00 to loan on city real estate.
$1,000.00 to loan on city real estate.
Fine dwelling property close In to trade for second bottom
farm and will pay difference fu cash.
Dandy east front 6 room cottago In 400 block, North Market
street, goes at a bargain price of $2,100.00.
Neat 4 room cottage In good repair In 600 block, North Market
street, is a bargain at $850.00 on terms one-fourth cash, balance
$12.50 per month.
$10 00 per month will get a 6 room house in good repair No.
637 North Broadway
$10.00 per month Is the price of a 4 room cottage, 528 North
1111 East Main street S rcom house, $6.00.
Modern 6 room house, 114 North Draper, $16.00.
Modern 6 room dwelling, 400 block, N""h Broadway, $26.00,
Some choice store rooms and office rooms for rent.
C. E. Easterwood
ADAIR HERE, ETC.
119 N. Bdwy.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
his style, but that he wouldn't fall
out with them if they didn't, as ho
didn't like it either, but as he knew
no other he would Just continue in
After he had gotten hit audience
in a gale of luaghter ho said: "You're
in a good humor now, I guess I'll
preach to you."
He took his text from Paul's
words, "I Am Not Ashamed of the
Gospel," and in a masterly way he
held his audience as he showed them
the power of the old gospel, the old
fashioned Holy Ghost religion. He
showed why we needn't be ashamed
of the gospel and its results ui
heathen lands, in the home land, in
the great men of our country which
it has produced, in the institutions
that it has founded and in every oth-
er place the gospel has found its
Lockett Adair can use wit, humor,
pathos, in such a way that from a
hearty laugh he will bring his hear-
ers to the verge of tears from tears
to enthusiastic responses to the won-
derful flow of oratory that comes so
lapidly from his lips. He captures
his hearers by his simple way of
speaking but with his forceful mighty
sentences that sink deep into hearts
and burn their way into the souls.
Among other things he said last
If you haven't tried our fountain
products yon haven't had all of
the good things yet Onr drinks
hate that peculiar tang about
them, which makes you want
more. Pure fruit juices and cleau
carbonated water make a com-
bination hard to excel.
OPPOSITE CITY HALL.
boys and girls' meetings are expect-
ed to be started. Every one is ex-
pecting the greatest meeting Shaw-
nee has ever had.
CO. ATTORNEY REPLIES
night, "Some folks think It is sissy
to be a Christian. I tell you It takes
a man with a back bone like a tele-
phone pole. It takes a man to be
Christian, it takes a man and
plub good un." He Bald; "I like
game rooster. Put him in the pit
and he will fight till he dies. But
put a dominecker in and with the
first feathers that fly, squake and out
ho goes I'm not preaching to domi
neckors in Shawnee. I am preach
lug to game men. If you're game
you'll stay with me, if you are a
domlnecker you'll quit the pit. You'l
hear some of the old domlneckers
squawking tomorrow. If you do, Just
give them the high ball and say:
'Go it domineck, he's not preaching
to your kind any way.'"
The great meeting is in full swing;
business men's prayer meeting at 2
this afternoon; ladies' prayer meet-
ing at three iu thirteen different dls-
tircts and a young ladies' meeting at
tho Baptist church at four o'clock.
Tomorrow the shop meetings and
Made A Now Man Of Hins.
"I was suffering from pain in my
stomach, head and back," writes II.
T, Alston, Raleigh, N. C,, "and mv
liver and kidneys did not woik right,
but four bottles of Electric iiiiters
made me ftel like a new man."
PRICE SO CIS. AT ALL DRUG STORES.
(Continued from page one.)
or school district, after written de
mand by ten resident taxpayers of
juch county In this case to Institute
or diligently prosecute proper pro
ceedings at law or in equity for the
recovery of any money or property
belonging to such county. But before
you can institute such action you
must make the written demand on
the proper officer and next you must
give security for costs; and it fur-
ther provides in such Bection that the
taxpayer who puts up this security
for costs is entitled to half of the
amounts of money and half of the
value of the property recovered in
any action by him instituted under
and upon such grounds.
In conclusion I wish to say that
the question of compensation for
special attorney should not worry
you if you are sincere in your be-
lief because you would be entitled to
half of the money recovered, if you
act individually and recover any-
thing, and as far as the county at-
torney's office 1b concerned, it was
made and created by law as a repre
sentatlve office for the entire public,
and if the county attorney should
step aside entirely in any matter
that comes along he would not be
fulfilling the oath that he took when
he became an officer. This Is
matter about which I have had deep
concern and have worked hard at
least thirty days upon this report and
I wish you would secure some man
to come and help out with it, and as
I told you in the beginning that
you would select two men I Would act
as a third and that in any matter
upon which we disagree that the
two out of the three would control
and actions would proceed accord-
ingly. Further than this I cannot
Very truly yours,
C. P. HOLT.
ALL 1VHO ABE INTERESTED IN
THE ALUMNI RECEPTION TO THE
SENIORS WILL PLEASE BE AT
THE LAST MEETING AT HOME OF
MRS. CALHOUN SPARKS, 504 N.
BROADWAY, TUESDAY EVENING
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK.
The recklessness of auto driving,
especially by boys, has aroused the
city officials to the necessity of strict
enforcement of the automobile ordi-
nance, and the chief of police has
Issued orders that all the provisions
of the ordinance be complied with
within ten days. After that time all
violators will be dealt with severely
FERRIS WINS FOR
OKI A H O H A REPRESENTATIVE
AXD COLLEAGUES MAKE
STRIKE FOR FARMERS.
Special to The News-Herald.
Washington, April 29.—"When the
solid phalanx of good roads advo-
vates, in which were Representative
Scott Ferris and other members of
the Oklahoma delegation, moved
down on the house, and voted favor-
ably to the special rule making jt
possible to attach a rider to the gen-
eral appropriation bill providing for
federal aid in the development of
highways, a great blow wae struck
in behalf of the farmers of the
With government aid, the post
roads of the country will be devel-
oped to such an extent that the farm-
ers will be brought In closer touch
with the markets, their social life
will be improved and better educa-
tional facilities offered to their chil-
dren. Representative Ferris long
long fought in the house for good
roads legislation and to him as much
as any other man in the house, can
be given the credit of victory.
Mr. Ferris answered the opponents
of the good roads plan who have al-
leged legislation for federal aid
would be udconstitutional, by point-
ing out that the American congress,
March 14, 1819, passed a resolution
declaring that congress has power o
establish poet roads that highway
Improvement was a pledge of the
democrats in the last national plat-
form. He also showed that the gov-
ernment had granted 159,125,734 acres
of public domain to the railroads of
the country, which valued at $10 an
acre would be an amount aggregating
$1,591,257,340 if appropriated from
the treasury. He showed also that
the nation had expended nearly a
billion dollars for waterways, but
the highways of the country, which
were most needed had been neg-
It is practically certain at this ses-
sion of congress, a bill will be
passed to abolish gambling in farm
products. This no doubt will be a
source of gratification to Represen-
tative Ferris, who was one of tho
first to introduce a bill in congress
providing for the abolishment of
tracing in futures. Mr. Ferris's first
speech against the system was made
in 1908 in the house and he ha3
'been hammering ever since. At first
it was considered that legislation of
the sort never would be acted on
favorably, but it seems that the Ok-
lahoman's prediction that eventually
the national lawmakers would 6tand
with him, is destined to come true.
The measure providing for an ex-
tension of payments to the purchas-
ers of lands in Stephens, Grady, Cad-
do, Kiowa, Comanche, Tillman and
Jefferson counties has been passed
by congress and now is a law. Owing
to droughts for the past three years
the majority of over three thousanl
purchasers, have been unable to
make their payments, three exten-
of those prisoners as desire to go to
A petition from purchasers of the
Choctaw and Chickasaw unallotted
lands of about 1,500,000 acres, asking
that an extension of time be granted
for remaining payments, has been
filed with the department of interior
by Representative Ferris. The de-
partment has posted notice, that the
remaining payments are due Decem-
ber 1, but it is desired that these
be divided into four annual install-
ments. Representative Ferris will
make a strong effort to gain the ex-
sion, but if department officials re-
fuse, he then wil' introduce a bill *n
congress looking to this end and will
seek its passage at this session.
PRESERVATIVES OF FOODS.
"Please tell us where we may ob-
tain information concerning the ill
effects on health and digestion of
benzoate of soda when uesd in foods
in canning, preserving and pickling?"
You will find this question dis-
cussed in Bulletin No. 64, part IV, a
copy of which may be obtained from
the Superintendent of Documents,
Government Printing Office, Wash-
ington, D. C., for 25c. A digest of
this question may be found in Cir-
cular No. 39.
"Where may we find information
concerning methods for the detection
of bleached flour and the court de-
cisions on bleached flour?"
You will find methods of detection
in Bulletin No. 100, Bureau of Chem-
istry, Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C., and notices of
judgment in No. 382 and No. 722 on
bleached flour in connection witn
thfe food and drug act. Address the
Superintendent of Documents and
enclose twenty-five cents.
"Will you please send us some-
thing for our program concerning
"Color and Its Relation to Food and
the Oleomargine question and these
points with reference to the high
cost of living?"
Literature may be secured upon
both these subjects by applying to
George W. Whittaker, Secretary of
the National Dairy Union, Washing-
ton, D. C.—Minna A. Stoner, Depart-
ment of Domestic Science, Oklahoma
A. & M. College, Stillwater, Okla.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY8
Your druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 60c
Puis End to Bad Habit.
Things never look bright to 0119
with "the blues." Ten to one the
trouble is a sluggish liver, filling th%
system with billious poison, that Dr.
King's New Life Pills would ezpal.
Try them. Let the joy of better
feelings end "the blues." Best for
stomach, liver and kidneys. 25c. All
PROGRAM FOB MONDAYi
"The Return from Sea-Side"
(Ambroeio) A splendid comedy.
"The Divorce Cure"
(Champion) An unusually good
toe e Main OvSft M>ckct B«os Phomi US
Gold Crown ^
Set of Teeth $6j Upper an J Lower, hoth $to.
Very best Set of Teeth made $8: Upper and
Lower, both of the best Teeth. SIo.
Silver Filling* .,
$4 to $5
My wife and I were just on the
brink Qf taking berths on the Titanic
when I suddenly recalled that the
Mauretania sailed on the 13th. Re-
membering that this was my lucky
day, I delayed my departure 24
hours. The result is that I am again
in America safe and sound, instead
of reposing beneath the icy waters
off the Newfoundland coast. Let who-
ever so desires knock on number 13.
but as for myself, I will take ;t
Mr. Kenefick will be in Oklahoma
City within ten days to consummate
all business preliminary to letting
the construction contracts on the
Henrietta-Oklahoma City line.
sions already have been made. By
the provisions of the new law the
land holders will be required 'o
make a payment of only half the
original stipulation each year, and
this is believed will greatly relieve
oonditions. In other words, the man
with four payments yet to make, will
get eight years to settle, the man
wtih five, ten years, etc.
STATE LOSES IN
RIVER BED CASE
Kansas City livestock.
By Associated Press.
Kansas City, April 29—Cattle—Re-
ceipts, 6,000; market, strong, 15c
higher; native steers, $6.50@$8.75;
native cows and heifers, $4.50®J7.75.
Hogs—Receipts, 8,000; |6.50@$9.58.
Subscribe for the News-Herald.
Come to moat people and cause many
troubles,—pimples, boils and other
eruptions, besides loss of appetite, that
tired feeling, biliousness, Indigestion
The sooner you get rid of them the
better, and the way to get rid of them
and to build up the system is to take ,
The Spring Medicine par excellence I
as shown by unequaied, radical and ,
permanent cures. I
Get It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs.
Charges have been filed with the
department of agriculture against
Frank Rush, superintendent of th
national forest and game reserve in
the Wichita mountains, by W. N
Rose of Cache, S. A. L. Rodd of Law
ton, L. V. Shroyer of Cache and sev-
eral others. Rush is accused of
showing favorlteism in grantin,
grazing permits and attempting to
boycott the merchants of Cache, un-
less they refuse to advertise in the
Cache Register, the editor of which
paper, he is said to dislike. It is
also charged, he has threatened the
Cache rural telephone company, th it
if it does not remove the phone from
teh home of W. N. Rose, he will force
the company to remove its poles from
the reserve. Chief Forester Graves
of the department states that if the
charges are proven he will dismiss
Rush at once.
Chief Asa Dakulgie of the Apaoae
tribe now prisoners of war at Fort
Sill, has written Representative Fer
ris, that he greatly favors the re-
moval of the Apaches to the Mescal-
ero reservation in New Mexico, be-
lieves the Indians will prosper there.
Dakulgie now is at Mescalero where
there Is a reservation of 476,000
acres for the Indians and where he
says there are great ran/ea for cat-
tle and farming lands. Representa-
tive Ferris hae a bill pending in
congress providing for the removal
JUDGE POK RULES THAT SO-LEGS
ISLAND IS PROPERTY OF
Pawnee, Okla., April 27.—In a de-
cision handed down by Judge L. M
Poe in the district court here tho
Arkansas river ia held to be not a
navigable stream and the federal
and state claims to ownership of the
river bed is refuted.
The case involved the ownership
of a tract of land in the river toed,
covering an area of 84 acres, known
as the Larry No-Legs island, and
located near Ralston.
The decision places the ownership
in W. H. Kdmonstan, a squatter, and
H. A. Thomas, a Pawnee countv
homesteader, who claims a part of
the tract as belonging to his home-
stead, filed on when the "Cherokee
Strip" was opened to white settle-
ment in 1893.
Because it is underlaid with rich
oil deposits this tract is estimated
value at $500,000.
As today's decision conflicts with
that recently rendered by Judge Cot-
teral of the federal court at Guthrie
i decision by the United States su-
preme court will be necessary to ' i
nally determine the ownership.
IS LUCKY FOR 1IIH.
I'res. Will, keneflrk Tells Why He
IHdnt Sail on the Titanic.
Oklahoma City, April 27.—"Most
people regard the figure 13 as ve.*y
unlucky," writes William Kenefick,
president of the M. O. & O., who has
Just returned from a trip abroad, to
J. H. Johnston, his Oklahoma City
representative "I, too, am supersti-
tious over the number, only my ex-
perience has proven it to be an omen
of good luck instead of misfortune
My experience of last week has
further confirmed this Impression,
For the Imperiai Coun-
cil, Mystic Shrine, at
Los Angeles, the Santa
Fe will sell iirst-class
round-trip tickets to
California at a very low
fare. Anybody may go.
Exact co6t from your
starting point given on
Tickets on sale April 27 lo May 3,
inclusive. Good until June 27
returning. Liberal stop-overs.
Honored on our four California
through train#, including the lux-
urious California Limited.
Fred Harvey meals.
On the way you may visit Grand
Canyon of Arizona.
If you can t go then, wait for our
daily California Summer Excur-
sions, beginning June 1.
Low fares all summer.
Ask for our folders descriptive of
W. L. INGHAM, AGENT,
Phono 338. Shawnee, Okla.
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