The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, September 26, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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OTIS B WEAVER, Editor nnd Owner
Cl|AS. F. BAItRETT, Associate Ed.
THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER it, 1513. .
Entered s second class matter
Dec. 1, 1M1, ' Shawnee. Okla.,
ander act of March 3, 1879.
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their patrons of their conservative methods and courteous treat-
Ask Oor Customers
National. Bank ot Commerce
The following marriage licenses
have been issued by the county
court during the past week:
O. 1). Snyder, Asher 26
Elsie Masters, Asher 17
E. Guy Mahan, Shawnee 37
Ruth Evans. Shawnee 27
John Williams, Maud 22
Esther Lovin, Maud 18
A IK! K PROGRKSSIVK.
Drewrle Singleterry, Asher
Amanda Hathcock, Asher .
Bill Cranford, McComb ...
Lula White, Hatfield, Ark.
Albert Harrell, McLoud ..
Hoeiner Pittman, Dale 19
Edgar Etlieredge, McComb 32
Mary Bierman, McComb 20
Oscar Bratton, Shawnee 23
Stella Smith, Shawnee 18
Robert Harrison, Holdenville ....25
Lora Kennedy, Tecumseh 18
James Watson, Wanette 22
Agnes Hulett, Trousdale 17
G. W. Fox, Newalla 50
— Ijora Dillard, Dale 31
renewed interest in their holdings.' The prince of Monaco is in Amer- Martin Barnett, Wewoka 23
The completion of the Baptist Uni- ica looking after some speculations Cora Bruner. Wewoka 20
vrrsity and the catholic College and in oil lands. It is strange how a Harry G. McClung, Danville, 111..24
their operation next year as high man with a sure thing will insist Eula H. Knauss, Shawnee 23
class educational institutions means on taking a sporting chance on
that property in that section will some othnr person's game. Central Presbyterian Church,
become valuable, and that by this ^ _______ church With a Welcome."
time next year a hundred new j Webster City, Iowa, announces a (Corner Beard and Ridgewood Sts.)
homes will be built or building in mammoth feast on 10,000 waterinel-1 Sunday, the 28th.
that part of the city, and the people ons. A efw m6re press notices of 9:30 a. m., Sunday School, with
to occupy them will be moving in that sort, and Senator Vardaman class for the parents as well as
from every section of the state. won't have any race problem to*the children.
0 solve in Mississippi. | 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., preaching
TIH-: RK1HT VIEW OF IT. | services.
I If that Ohio genius who developed | Morning subject, "Soul Food, and
The reason the newspapers make the odorless onion wants to confer How to Get It."
so much of rascality when it is a genuine boon or humanity, he will Evening subject, "The True Spir-
uncovered is that it Ib so scarce, turn his talents in the direction ofjitualism, Its Origin and Effects."
Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre-
vents Daughter's Untimely End.
A true Progressive Republican
might be briefly described as a
former Republican who has had his
eyes opened to the iniquity of theAl-
drich tariff and is willing to admit
that it needed revising, and is fur-
ther willing "to concede that the
Democrats have gone about tho job
with unusual earnestness and dis-
patch. The editor of the Lawrence
(Kas.) Journal-World, who is a
Progressive eijulidatc for governor
of that state, probably offers the
best example of this timid turning
toward the light his former brethren
are unable or unwilling to see. He
"The tariff making has been at-
tended with no real protests, no
frantic efforts to save any partic-
ular industry. The country has gone
its way and has let congress do as
it pleased. The result 1b the most
radical tariff reduction in 70 years.
The country knew in the first place
that the Democrats would revise the
tariff, the country felt reasonably
sure that the revision would be
downward. These two things were
demanded. The country will not ac-
cept the new tariff bill because it
is so radical but will accept it be-
cause the time had come for reduc-
tions. The next few years will see
the inequalities remedied. The tariff
needed revising and the Democrats
are doing It The standpoint will
not appeal to our people but the
Henryetta people lately enter-
tained President Kenefick and sev-
eral French capitalists who are in-
terested financially in the M. O. &
G. Railway, and the enterprising
people of our neighboring city did
all in their power to convince the
financial magantes of the impor-
tance and future profit of the Hen-
ryetta-Shawnee-Oklahoma City line.
President Kenefick's party was
makinp a careful inspection of
everything pertaining to their new
road, which is rapidly becoming
one of the best equipped lines in
Oil well development in new ter-
ritory is naturally slow and discour
aging foT it takes something more
than enthusiasm and a venturesome
spirit to put a hole down through
all kinds of strata for a distance
of 2,000 or 2,500 feet, but there are
several well-financed and deter-
mined efforts being made to find
oil and gas in this and adjoining
counties, and patient effort and
perseverance are bound to be re-
warded in some of them for the
prospect* are unusually promising
Thousands upon thousands of men a cloveless drink,
lead honorable lives and die with,
honored memories. The man who
goes wrong is so much the excep-
tion that it calls for extended no-
tice. The world is fine and it is
getting better all the time.—Law-
rence (Kas.) World.
Democratic Day at the State Fair
is to be on October 1st, and the
Young Men's League of Democratic
Clubs of Oklahoma have arranged
a most excellent program for prop-
erly celebrating the event. There
will be speaking by Borne of the
most celebrated of the party's silver-
tongued orators and the presenta-
tion of a silk banuer to the county
having the most men in line, with
a silver loving enp as a second
prize. Of course, we are going and
Pottawatomie county ought to bring
that banner home.
At least 500 church members in
Shawnee, who don't attend any
The main trouble with "Sephus'church regularly, should hear the
Daniels" uplift plan for the navy .morning sermon; and all who know
is that it has lifted some of the fu- nothing about spiritual realities, and
ture admirals completely out. all who are under the influence of
■ . False Spiritualism, should hear the
Women have splendid business evening sermon.
heads to be able to support the fam- J- M. CLARK,
ily on their husband's salaries. Pastor.
A disgusted Kentuckian wandered
into our sanctum today and called
our attention to the terrible mixture
the program man had made for one
day of the State Fair. "Just look at
that, will you," said the irate son
of the Bluegrass region. "Kentucky
Day—Socialists Day—Hog Day," was
what he pointed out to us, and
with a withering look as though we
were in some way responsible, he
started for the street where he
might have more room to express
The Daily Oklahoman issued a
most valuable feature edition in
commemoration of the opening of
great State Fair which opened
its doors at the State Capital Tues-
day. This copy of the Oklahoman
has so many valuable articles on
the agricultural and business devel-
opment of the state that it should
be carefully read by every one who
can secure a copy, and then pre-
served as a reference text book on
many of the most important prob-
lems that confront the people of
The Kansas City Southern, which
has about 134 miles of railroad in
Oklahoma shows a heavy increase
in passenger earnings since the
fare was reduced from three cents
to two cents a mile. The other
roads will hardly admit this until
after the state proves it in the
fourth coming trial, for there are
three or four million dollars worth
of coupons depending on that suit.
Lot owners in the University
additions to the city are taking
Beautify the Complexion
IN ten DAYS
The Unequaled Beaut if ier
DELIGHTFUL for dainty women
•— Economical for women whose
clothes have been faded and spoiled
— Permanent relief for all women who
suffer from excessive perspiration.
THE ANTI-DRESS SHIELD TOILET WATER
Keeps the armpits fresh, dry and natural
Eliminates excessive perspiration and it!
odor from any part of the body.
Absolutely harmless and guaranteed
Buy 1 bottle today—and
Throw your dr.M thick). away
25c and 50c
At any "live" dealer in toilet articles. If
your particular dealer hasn't it, order
direct giving his name to the
Sold by C. R. Harryman, Public Drug Co. and other "Live" Dealers
in Toilet Articles. Insist on Odorono—there's not hint' "Just as Vwd."
CLOSE IX MODERN RESI-
Nice 1 room modern, east
front residence, well located,
close in; large new barn, etc.;
lot 50x140. Part cash, bal-
ance monthly payments with-
out interest. Price $3500
10 ACRE FRDIT AND FOUL-
Good 10 acre fruit, truck and
poultry farm, well Improved,
all in finest bearing fruit, ber-
ries, etc. No -better proposi-
tion of its kind In the county.
Part cash, balance on terms.
40 ACRE TRl'CK FARM
40 acre truck farm, close to |
Catholic University; 32 acres
in cultivation, balance in pas-
ture; fair improvements. A
special bargain in price for
GOOD 80 ACRE FARM
Good 80 acre farm, 2%
miles from town and railroad;
20 acres good second bottom
in alfalfa; balance good up-
land; good 4 room house;
barn, 40x60; good Btock tank,
well, etc. Price $8000
Realty and InvestmentJCompany
WANTED—Cook. Must be good.
Apply at Baldwin, 223 N. Union.
Ready, Ky.—" 1 was not able to do night price to right party ^
anything for nearly six months," writes . t?5-si-4t
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, and |
was down in bed for three months. | '
1 cannot tell you how I suffered with j WANTED—An experienced cook,
my head, and with nervousness and ^ f*ons other need apply. Mrs A. A.
Hughes, 116 N. Minn.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But , rotlon ni„t„u T!
I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able | WANTED - Cotton pi-*w«. by
to do all of my work and my own Donohue blacksmith shop, liack et
washing. I — ——-
1 think Cardui is the best medicine in (WUlard Hotel,
| WANTED—A girl at 225 N. Mar-
the world. Aty weight has increased, will haul out and in
and 1 look tV picture of health. " |
If you suffer from any of the ailments ^-ANTED — Family to pick cot-
peculiar to women, get a bottle ot Cardui ,
today. Delay is dangerous. We know ! on, house furnished, goo* cotton,
it will help you. for it has helped so Call at State National Ba«k
many thousands ot other weak women
in the past 50 year,.
At all druggists.
Writt to: Chaltanoof* Madlclne Co., L&dieV
Advisory Dept.. Chaltanooea, Turin., tor ittcta!
Instruction on your casa and 64-p.g. book, ^onii
Treatment lor Women." In plain wrmppei
Those wartimes household jewels
being sought for at the treasury
will probably be found making hoe-
cakes and corn dodgers for some
of our best families.
FOR RENT—All upstairs rooms
over Saunders Shoe Store, suitable
for office rooms. Phone 317 -141.
FOR RENT—Furnished for light
housekeeping rooms, 502 N. tfoiom.
Phone 658-J. 89-lT-lm
One of numerous objections to the ! FOR RENT—Furnished or mfur-
awakening Turk is that he will in- fished modern rooms, also for light
sist upon putting so many of his housekeeping. 128 N. BeN.
enemies to sleep. lll-2l-4t
(Broadway and Highland Avenue.)
Services for the nineteenth Sun-
day after Trinity:
Holy Communion at 8 a. m. Morn-
ing prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.
Subject of sermon, "The Power of
Truth." Sunday School at 9:45 a.
' Mr. E. J. Peters, Supt.
REV. WM DUHAMEL,
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, Modern.
Have you overworked your nervous system |f aU at 328 N. Philadelphia. PtlOme
and caused trouble with your kWn<\v and .
bladder? Have you pains in loins, side, back, | 28. 1.11 84-3t ^
a nee of the face, ...
Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you. For
sale by all druggists. Price 60c.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
corked your nervous system
able with your kidneys and
S u pains in loins, side, back
ave you u flabby appoarF
e, and under the eyes? If so,
FOR RENT — Suite of aod^ra
housekeeping rooms, convto ^
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohio J business center. Phone
For Sale by PiU ce Prng Co. j M-M-€t
Jerome appears to be the only
FOR RENT—3 furnished rooaos
lawyer who got what can be con-
J , * .'near high school
sidered steady employment out of
the Thaw case.
Washington can boast of at least
one popular amusement house that
provides the country with continu-
Perhaps H. R. H. the prince of
Monaco, doesn't need to be advised
to keep away from Wall Street.
hone 11M J
FOR RENT—Furnished rooatn for
light housekeeping, on secoad floor;
house modern. 431 N. Market.
WANTED—Salesman to sell fa-
bricating Oils. House and Bam
j Paint and Specialties. Big profits.
.r. .j. .j. ! Champion Refining Co., Cleveland,
J. H. Wood* J. R. Wahl
E. C. Stanard f. H. Ennln
Weeds Stanard, Wahl A
Over Conservative Loan Co.
+ 1 1
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE.
will send particulars t uit
.j. [farmer on how he can turn the
j. waste products of his farm Into gol-
den coin. Write for particulars and
.j. learn how your wife and daughters
First Methodist Church.
(The Home-like Church.)
The Lord's Prayer is the subject
again at 11 o'clock. At 7:30 p. m.
fine pictures of the Head Hunters
of Malaysia and Their Neighbors
will be shown. No one can see
these pictures without being inter-
ested and helped. Miss Mable New-
port will sing in the morning. A
live Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
and a lively League at 6:30 p. m.
FRANK L. TEMPLIN.
+ + + + + + + + + +
Shawnee's Woodland park is a
cheerful looking beauty spot that
adds much to the city's appearance
these pleasant autumn days. The
sunken gardeu weathered the drouth
and presents a very attractive and
inviting appearance to the passers
by on Broadway.
AT ONCE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN.
HEAD COLDS AND CATARRH V/NISH
Breathe Freeh! Clears Stnffed-up, grant balm dissolves by the heat of
Inflamed Nose and Head and the nostrils; penetrates and heal?
Stops C atarrhal Discharge. Cures the inflamed, swollen membrane
Dull Headache. Iwhich lines the nose, head and
throat; clears the air pasnages;
Try "Ely's Cream Balm'." 'stops nasty discharges and a feeling
Get a Bmall bottle anyway, just of cleansing, soothing relief comes
to try it—Apply a little in the nos- immediately.
trilB and instantly your clogged Don't lay awake tonight strug-
nose and stopped-up air passages of gling for breath, with head stuffed;
the head will open; you will nostrils closed, hawking and blow-
breathe freely; dullness and head- lng. Catarrh or a cold, with its
ache disappear By morning! the running nose, foul mucous dropping
catarrh, cold-in-head or catarrhal into the throat, and raw dryness is
sore throat will be gone. distressing but truly needless.
End such misery now! Get the put your faith-Just once in
small bottle of ' Ely's Cream Balm" "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold
at any drug store. This sweet, fra- Dr catarrh will surely disappear.
DKS. GALLAGHER A
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Rooms 104, 106 and 106.
trd Floor, Mammoth Bldg.
can double the income from your
crops. This is not a catck-pe^ior
device, but an honest busineas prop-
osition which every farmer should
know about. Address E. L. Tork,
819 N. Park. 130-84 -St
WANTED—To buy small team of
mules. Call at Boston Bakery
TO TRADE—A good four rootr.
^ ^ ^ ^ house at 621 N. Union avenue for^a
small farm close in. Must bo good,
Guaranteed to remove
tan, freckles, pimples,
liver spots, etc. Extreme
cases about twenty days.
Kids pores and tissues of impurities.
J. eaves the skin clear, soft, healthy.
Two sites, 50c. and $1.00. By toilet
counters or mail. t
rational toilet coup any. pans. t-m.
Here is the lateot Kansas story:
"My brother is dead out in Kansas,"
said a man. "That's nothing to cry
about," was the reply, "my brother
is alive out in Kansas."
WELLS & I EE
Offices at Prairn* and Sliawiw*
Practice la All Oarta
Farm and City Loans on Productive Real Estate.
The service of our Abstract Department is pleas-
ing others, and, with an opportunity, it will please
you. We solicit your business on our merits and
Fire, Tornado and Plate -Glass Insurance.
Conservative Loan Co.
120 North Broadway
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to thank our many
friends for their kindness and sym-
pathy during the illness and at the
time of the death of our father,
Mrs. Jas Overstreet and Family.
EASY TO DARKEN
YOUR GRAY HAIR
YOl* 4 \ N BRIX. BACK COLOR
AM) LI STRE WITH S\UE TEA
When you darken your hair with
Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can
tell, because it's done so naturally,
so evenly. Preparing this mixture,
though, at home is inussy and trou-
blesome. For 50 cents you can
buy at any drug store the ready-to-
use tonic called "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy." You just
dampen a sponge or soft brush with
it and draw this through your
hair, taking one small strand at a
time. By morning all gray hair
disappears, and, after another ap-
plication or two, your hair becomes
beautifully darkened, glossy and
luxuriant. You will also discover
dandruff is gone and hair has
Gray, faded hair, though no dis-
grace. is a sign of old age, and as
wo all desire a youthful and attrac-
tive appearance, get busy at once
with Wyeth'e Sage and Sulphur and
look years yo«nger.
If you wish to buy or have
property to sell
If you wish to rent a
house or have a house to
If you wish to get a loan
on city property, call on me
at 107 N. BROADWAY or
call PHONE 771.
Heal Estate Loans.
J. C. FISHER
fairly level land. See Guy F. Phil-
lips at postoffice. 115~Sl-l6t
FOR SALE—A good milk 00 w
Cheaf if sold at once, at 241 S. Oak
TO TRADE—Small 4 room house,
50x150 ft. lot, also 2% acre tract
clear of all incumbrance for resi-
dence 5 or 6 rooms. A. F. Williams.
1127 N. Park. 129-2f-St
j. •« |« j« t !. •«
> DR. HARRY 11. WILSON *
•J* Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
•J* Rooms 113-114-115. 3rd floor
Mammoth building. Hours:
8-12 a. m.; 1-6 p. m., and7-8
p. m. Graduate Nurse in
LOST—Diamond studded bar pna,
Return to City Meat Market ;iad
get reward. 133-24 -St
IX)ST—A 3 months' old black
male pig. Return to 701 N. Mc-
Kinley and receive reward.
High prices paid Tor seoond hand
clothes. We call for them. Tele-
phone 135-J., 205 E. Main. 11-4-lm
SEEDS TO PLANT NOW
FANCT RECLEANED STOCKS OF
New Crop Winter Rye—Wheat Turnip Seed—Winter Turf O&ta.
New Crop Alfalfa and Sweet Clover
Foil line of Imported bulbs tor
Ask (or prices nui samples.
(nil planting now «n hand.
CLARKE'S SEED STORE
rhone 140. CLA&KB A KELLER. m K. Hutu 8t
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