The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 82, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912 Page: 3 of 8

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from our aipiomm.^
in Turkey, the Balkan states and
Greece, and from the Red Cross so-
cietleB, of the desperate conditions
Ot the thousands of sick and wound-
ed and the inadequate medical ser-
vice. With thees repels have come
urgent appeals to the Amedican Red
Cross for aid.
The British Red Cross and those
of Continental Europe are sending
out medical detachments of doctor*
Md nurses and hospital supplies in
order to mitigate In some measure
the terrible suffering entailed by
i such a -winter campaign.
' Because of the distance, the Amer
MAJ.-GEN. CfflO. W. DAVIS,
U. 8. A.
CliEJVELAND H. DODGE,
HENRY DELAWARE FLOOD,
LLOYD C. GR1900M,
9ETH LOW,
HLilHU HOOT,
JACOB H. SCHLIFF.
JAMES BROWN SCOTT.
CHARLES D. WALCOTT.
CHIEF JUSTICE ED. D. WHITE,
Members
TURNED THE TIDE TO WILSON
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
A Pare Cream of Tartar Powder
Sr- SmofS?WySr&oW4 *was°good
eiiough to say that^ long and un.vers^ex^nence
has proved a ,cre®"J j ma£ing food which could
d^leteri^us to th^most delicate stomach.
In England the sale of baking
containing alum is absolutely prohibited.
WHEN BUYING BAKING POWDER, READ rHE LABEL.
AMERICAN RED CROSS.
ipMtl Of President Taft and the
International Relief Board.
To the Editor:
01r: It is difficult to bring home
to the public in this country toe ap-1 * ™ Character,
palling nufferlng involved in a win-J I**1 * oth(.r hand the medical
ter war In the BalkauB Comnnm ^- ; ayallable „ quite inade-
OTen^'udlme^ary transportaUon qiiate to c^wlth the large num-
^r^e'flghtiTtn r^l^ts have been received both
jsecuuDo v — -
lean Red Cross will not 6cnd ex~
pedltlons of trained personnel, but
It earnestly appeals to the generosity
of our people to aid the sick and
wounded soldiers of all the countries
Involved.
| Though an armistice may be de-
' clared, the great number of sick ami
wounded must be cared for during
a number of weeks and the troops
must ermaln under arms in the field
for months during the severe winter
weather, with all the suffering and
sickness this will entail.
The services of the American Re<
Cross will be rendered impartially
to all the combatants concerned, but
it Is, of course, open to any sub-
scriber to designate a donation Tor
| the special assistance of one or the ,
(other of the belligerent parties, and
instructions to that effect will be
strictly observed.
! Contributions should be sent to
the American Red Cross. \\ asaiug-
1 ton D C., to Mr. Jacob H. Sefclff,
i Red Crow Office, United Charities
I Building, New York City, or any oth-
er local Red Cross treasurer.
(Signed)
WM. H. TAFT,
Pres., American Red Cross.
HUNTINGTON WILSON,
Chairman, International Relief
Board.
BBBKMAN WINTHROP,
Vice Chairman.
BERNARD N. BAKER.
JOHN BARRETT,
Shawnee Jbaryui/i
L/ V vy ■ *—■
We have bought a full line of
A Telegram to Bryan Made Him lhe
Nominee.
A telegram turned the tide that
elected Woodrow Wilson president.
I* happened June 22.
William Jennings Bryan was wag-
ing a fight at Baltimore against the
Ryan-Belmont-<Murphy wing of the
democratic party for chairman of
the Baltimore convention. The ma-
chine was opposed to Bryan. It
wanted Parker for chairman. As
Boon as Bryan reached Baltimore
he gave out a statement that lie
was going to put It up to the can-
didates to commit themselves on
the chairmanship. He sent messages
to Oalrk, Wilson. Underwood and
Harmon asking them to state their
, choice.
I The Clark, Underwood and Har-
Ladies Ready-to-Wear
And can sell them cheaper to the retail trade than most
merchants can buy ihem at factory.
Also Shoes and Clothing
ShdecttyctMetf!
AT FOUNTAINS, MOTELS. OB ELSEWHERE
Get the
Original and Genuine
HORLICK'S
malted milk
"Ctfou ale
The Food Drink for All Ages
RICH Mill. MALT CHAIN EXTRACT. IN POWDEI
Not in any Milk Trust
pgr Insist on "HORLICK'S
1 Take « package homo
mon managers wore reticent. But
Wilson—well, there la where tlie-
thread of destiny turned. Against
the advice ot ill his managers and
lieutenants Wilson, at his home at
Seagirt, sat down and wrote a mes-
sage to Bryan that committed him
to the progressive wing of the party.
He did not attempt to straddle the
Issues, to serve both Bryan and Tam-
many.
I Managers in Baltimore got Wilson
on the long distance telephone and
received a promise from the governor
that he would not reply to the tele-
gram until he heard further from
them. Despite the promise, ho wired
Bryan, "I'm with you." Aud that
telegram won for htm lhe nomination
and made possible his election.
Immediately upon the receipt of
the message Bryan aligned himself
vdtJu Wilson against the other can-
didates. The long drawn out fight
followed. This Is Wilson's reply to
Bryan's letter:
You are quite right. The Haiti
more convention is to be a conven
tion ot progressives—of men who
are progressive In principle and by
conviction.
It must, If It is not to be put in
the wrong light before the country,
express Its convictions in its or-
ganization and in the choice of men
who are to speak of It.
You are entirely within your rights
In doing everything wltMn your
power to bring that result about.
No one will doubt where my sym-
pathies are and you will, I am sure,
find my friends in the convention
acting upon clear conviction and al-
wayB in the Interest of the people's
cause.
I am happy In the confidence that
they need no suggestion from me.
tion was a great deal more inter-
esting than a regular election.
Years of Suffering
Catarrh and Blood Disease-
Doctors Failed to Cure.
Miss Mabel F. Dawklns. 12H iMtW-
"For fhree^eirs troubled with
catarrh and blood disease. I tried "ev-
era? doctors and a dozen dlKerent rem-
edies, but none of them dldme any
irood. A friend told me of Hood s Sar
nnr!iio i took two bottles of this
and recommend Hood's to any one suf-
,rSar.nrusua} UQUj-l
ohoeulated tablets called SarsatabB.
■'ft! I^ANUfACfbRAL
ItfDt/SfRlAl
_______ USE
rUfimMEY Shawnee National Bank pride ol Perry
^ a w The One Reliable Flour
Groccry Co.
I ESTABLISHED 1895
Largest and oldest £
I this hind ir Shawnee. Tel. t>«
SAFE, SOUND,
CONSERVATIVE
Security State Bank
Natural Spring Water
l. W. Longivith, Prop.
The cleanest, water
sold in Shawnee
Aims to give the best
service all the time
E7B. PUTNAM
Contractor and Builder
Eltimatet Furni$hed
Shop 106 Main St. P^ne 14
Union Labor
"big electric shoe
Marks the place. Oldest Ma-
chine Man, Best Machines in
Oklahoma. For the best shoe
repairing Van TreSS does tt.
127 N. Broadway r.jTjlone
QUICK MESSENGERS
Guaranteed by your Grocer
TOM POTTS, Agent
713 to 715 East Main Street.
Anything in the
Hot Drink Line
at the
PUBLIC DRUG CO.
Main and Broadway
Lambard-Hart 0Um!2
Realty and Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE,
LOANS & INSURANCE
ers are in the east
making Fall purchases an-
ticipating a large business. We
are prepared to take care ol it.
The Mammoth
Longmire-Draper Co.
UNDERTAKERS
^ nl mc
Department Store
Day Phone 105.
Night Phones 139 & 70.
BEST EVERY WAY
State National Bank
A United States Depository
Choctaw Cotton Oil
COMPANY
Manufacturers e\^~rrtK.
HIGH-GRADE COTTON
SEED PRODUCTS
Mills at
Shawnee, Ada and Calvin, Ohla.
We Repair Machinery
of all descriptions. front
Engine Cylinder, in place lo Sharpen
ins Lawn Mowers- Dealers m Shaft-
ing, Pulleys and Hansers.
reliance iron works
125 N. Beard St. Phone 263
Buy a Home on Easy Pay-
ment Plan
JUST LIKE PA Y1NG\RENT
c. e. easterwood,
Real Estate, Loans & Insurance
119 N. Broadway Phone 505
Oklahoma Piano Co.
PIANOS and
ORGANS
115 North Broadway
MOORE BROS.'
FURNITURE CO.
The Big Instalment House
See Our Show Window
18-20 E. Main Shawnee, Ohla.
99
The Talk ol Shawnee
"CLIMAX
FLOUR
ALL GROCERS
SHAWNEE MlLLINti COMPANY
Makers
Pantier Grocery Co.
Cut Rate Grocer
Phone 722—3 Phones
Auto Delivery Servient
The Shawnee Plumbing Co.
has removed from North Beard St.
to 108 Welt Main. Full line of
sanitary fixtures. We would be
pleased to have our friends call j
on us at our new location.
SHAWNEE COAL & TIMBER
COMPANY TAsvC"
WHOLESALE ONLY
Shippers of Genuine McAlester
Coal. Also handle Che Famous
Steam Coal from Bokoshe. Okla
Office R. It W Main Phone 63S
D. LYD1CK
D C. ECCERMAN
Lydick & Eggerman
Lawyers
Mammoth Building
This Space belongs to
Shawnee Gas and Electric
Company
Taylor Lumber Co.
Wilt serve you beat. Every
thing in Building material in'
eluding a full line of PAINTS
Phone 112 Cor. Okla. & 9th
SHAWNEE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
Fans, Motors Repairing.
Lamps, Fixtures, Rewinding.
Get Our Ettimatma
127 N. Broadway [Phone
nnr\r\U ™E CLB
SCOOr reporter
Oysters, Oyters, Raw, Raw, Raw.
By "Hop]
THE. PEAK OLD COLLE-CrE. BCf<S
HAVE. ^EQOESTEO ME-TO WUVTE
j'EM A NEW COU.fe.QrE.^EA-l-
^ICK-ETT^ FftT~WCK-tt\ > f tEAM
Bounce. VOOH H\S
TW*-(OOW-
HAND AT
WR1TIH6- A
firOOD SEV.U
PORTME-
DfcAF ANO
STHAwBERqK CnKt
Buoteaww PIE
V-l-C-T-O-R-
IXUXLBjSi* BUNK,
SLA? THE PUNK
X
(5 KlflL
Practice In All Courts.

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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 82, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912, newspaper, November 8, 1912; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91803/m1/3/ocr/: accessed April 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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