The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, September 26, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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Huston at Philadelphia.
New York at Brooklyn.
Only two names scheduled.
ALL STARS ABE
AXHHHt HOOl) tA.ni: is IX-
l'K( I'KH TO HK I'l.AYKI) AT
Kl Ks f'AItk.
Sunday afternoon at Klks Park
at 3:30 the Oklahoma City All Stars
will cross bats with the locals.
The visitors will have one of the
fastest teams that has played on
the local field this season.
This will probably the last game
of the season and a Rood crowd is
expected to turn out if the weather
MAI D 6. SI MI\OI,F (J.
Maud, Okla., Sept. 26 Each scor-
ing a touchdown and failing to kick
goal, Maud and Seminole played a
6 to 1 tie football game here yes-
terday The locals made their score
ou a forward pass, K Kiddey to
Bristow, in the first two minutes of
play. Seminole scored in the second
period. A heavy gridiron slowed up
"SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR
*!• -I- -1* jthMciors
A >1KKICW LEAGUE.
"FKl IT LAXATIVE
CAN'T HARM STOMACH, LIVKK
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Moston ...... .
New York .
play and a we
most of the forward p
+ + + .T.
4- NATIONAL I
4* 4* 4* *
of (he Teamh
St. Louis ....
.j. .j. J. J. J. .r. .?<
y. ,, . Every mother realizes, after eIv
Standing of the Teams inir ,w„. „ M
|ing tier children California Syrup
Won U)8t Pet of KIks," that this Is their Idi
■ 6fi6 laxative, because they love Its plcjun
.r,72 :ln' taste ""'I it thoroughly cleans
'.ti'i tlle ",,ul,'r stomach, liver and
' bowels without crlplng.
| When cross. Irritable, feverish
.r 07 or breath is bad, stomach sour,
125 I00* at the tongue, mother! If coat
.,-4 ed, Klve a tenspoonful of this harm
' lesa "fruit laxative," a
hours all the foul, constipated
waste, sour bile and undigested food
passes out of the bowels, and you
have a well, playful child again
i Whin its title system is full of
cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, Indigestion, colic—remem
her, u good "inside cleaning" should
always be the first treatment given
| Millions of mothers keep "Oallfor
nla Syrup of Figs" handy; they
know a tenspoonful today saves
sick child tomorrow. Ask your
druggist for a 50-cent bottle
j "California Syrup of Figs," which
J. J. .U .!. J. .U J. J i j . . , haa directions for babies, children
* * 1 1 1 + " 1 * + *1* + + of all ages and grown-ups printed
-!• on the bottle. Beware of counter
WASHINGTON NOTES. 4. f,,|,s sold here, so don't be fooled
.. Clet the genuine, made by "California
■I- + *!• * + -!* * + + -I- -I- K'K Syr"p ('ompany "
Huston f>, Philadelphia 4.
Washington 5, New York 2.
Only two games schcduh-d.
Washington at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Only three games scheduled.
New York 8, Brooklyn 2.
Chicago 7. Pittsburg I.
Philadelphia 3-7, Boston I 6.
Only three games scheduled.
Health officials of Oklahoma have
been appealed to by I)r. Carl L.
Alsberg. the government's pure food
man, to demand and enforce pure
food regulations within the state.
Dr. Alsberg points out that the gov-
ernment's supervision over pure
foods extends only to interstate
shipments, and declares that if the
great rural population of the coun-
try is to be protected it devolves
upou the state.
Not only will Oklahoma keep Ft.
Sill, but the now famous army post
will be greatly Improved within the
course of the next year, if plans
of the war department do not mis-
carry. Senator Gore has requested
'hat the department of war make
additions to the fort and he has
been seconded in his requests by
Representative Scott Ferris. It is
learned from authoritative sources
HOBBY, NEED A.
v new GOWN.
New one on
A r. I haw didn't have much time
to admire the sronorv oithor
/ /^missed thm-V"
y ^FUY ftUL RIQHT.
A UTTuE" Fuv
PAPtR. ON hi'.
QLOS/E | should
We Make Abstracts
The SEARS INVESTMENT CO.
Phone 35 113 N. Broadway
that the war department has ap-
proved expenditures of $700,000 at
Ft. Hill, but when active work will
be started Is purely a matter of
conjecture as congress inuBt first
pass on the matter. The depart-
ment's great weight, and an ap-
propriation of such size
ed, seems almost sure.
partment of agriculture have both
determined that It will bo impossi-
ble ofr them to attend, and mem-
bers of the Oklahoma delegation In
congress, desiring that at least one
(member of the administration family
j be present, are pressing Mr. Bryan
as is need j to accept the invitation.
Through a new system of the
bureau of census, that department of
the government will issne to the
county papers of Oklahoma, reports
on the quantity of cotton ginned In
their respective counties, where this
can be done without disclosing the
operations of the individual estab-
Secretary of Stale Wm Jennings
bryan has given no definite answer
as yet as to whether he will at-
tend the International Dry Farming
Congress wftlch will be held at Tul-
sa in October. President Wilson
and Secretary Houston of the de-
LYNCH LAW IN~
'Kill IVKEAkEI) SIMM ART YEN-
(JEVNCE O> A NE0K0 AS.
Litchfield, Ky„ Sept. 26. A mob
overpowered the jniler at the county
Jail last night and took Joe Rich-
ardson, a negro, to the square and
hanged him to a tree.
Richardson was charged with as-
saulting eleven year old Ree Goff
on her way to school Tuesday.
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913.
FRANCIS QIIMKT. THE HOY HERO OK ALL flOLF L0TERS.
It might have been impossible
for slower thinking Britain to have
produced such a golf player as
Francis Quimet, who has faced the
two greatest professional players in
the world and beaten them. But
such things are done in the United
States. The Ix)ndon correspondents
sent to write the match have com-
mented on the fact that many If not
most of the great golf players in
the I nited States are youngsters.
So it was natural if an American
was to win from Edward Ray and
Harry Vardon a boy of twenty was
the one to do it.
Judging from the recent peculiar
turn of affairs, it's about time for
Mr. Jerome to consult the cards
While the senate was passing
the tariff measure it might have
put a prohibitive duty on the re-
Importation of Harry Thaw.
on Tourt'st-sleepei' tfains
Very low railroad and sleeper fares, with
excellent service on Santa Fe trains, carrying
modern tourist sleepers and chair cars. Tour-
ist car parties personally conducted tri-weekly.
A fast run on the Fast Mail; two other
daily through trains. Fred Harvey meals.
Double track and block signals.
in Arizona and California, irrigation and
the long growing season help make farm
crops certain and profitable.
Write toC I,. S*'aKruves. < en. Colonization Agent
• y>l Railway Exchange. Chicago
for Arizona and San Joaquin Valley lan'l tolrfers and
Hairying in the ban Jo;.quin Valley "
>V. L. INGHAM, Agent
Phone So. 3S.H.
WHAT S INDIGESTION?
WHO CARES? LISTEN!
UP APIS'S I> IA PEPSIN'" MAKES
SOI K, GASSY STOMACHS Ft EL
FINE AT ONCE.
Time it! In five minutes all
stomach distress will go. No indi-
gestion, heartburn, sourness
belching of gas. acid, or eructations
of undigested food, no dizziness,
bloating, foul breath or headache
Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its
speed in regulating upset stomachs.
It is the surest, quickest and most
certain indigestion remedy in the
whole world, and besides it is harm-
Millions of men and women now
eat their favorite foods without fear
they know Pape's Diapepsin will
save them from any stomach mis-
Please, for your sake, get a large
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin
from any drug store and put your
stomach right. Don't keep on be-
ing miserable—life is too short—you
are not here long, so make your
stay agreeable. Eat what you like
and digest it; enjoy it, without
dread of rebellion in the stomach.
Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your
home anyway. Should one of the
family eat something which don't
agree with them, or in case of an
attack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, gas-
tritis pr stomach derangement at
daytime or during the night, it is
handy to give the quickest, surest
Sir Olivery Lodge claims to hare
proved scientifically that there is
life after death, and most of us are
willing to wait indefinitely for aiore
Car of Nice Hand Picked
Apples for Sale
on Elevator street, 1 block
South Security State Bank.
F. G. DYEK, Owner.
We Know Our Business
Try us and see
Baggage and Storage
Crating H. H. Goods
LOVE ME AND THfc
WORLD IS MINtr,
BUT I A.L
\ \ytORLD 15
W M MOONEY 4 SON
BLACK SMITHING A NO
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
We do all hinds of Repair Work
SOUTH BELL ST
Has just returned from New-
York where she has completed
a graduate course in Chiro-
pody, and has brought with
lier the latest things in Coif-
feurs and Hair Ornaments,
2094Norlh Broadway. OppositeJPosloftrr
The prince of Monaco is not in-
terested in the banking system
pushed by Mr. Glass.
From a Shawnee Citizen.
Is your back lame and painful?
Does it ache especially after ex-
Is there a soreness in the kidney
These symptoms suggest weak
If so there is danger in delay.
Weak kidneys get fast weaker.
Give your trouble prompt atten-
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Your neighbors use and recom-
Read this Shawnee testimony:
J. W. Wheeler, 205 S. Minnesota
Ave., Shawnee, Okla., says: "I am
glad to verify the testimonial I gave
some time ago, recommending Doan's
Kidney Pills. I know of no better
kidney medicine. I took Doan's Kid-
ney Pills for serious trouble with
my kidooys and they gave me com-
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents, Foster-Milburn Co., BufTalo,
New York, Sole agents for the Unit-
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
The Equitable Surety
Company execute? a 1 1
kinds of Fidelity and
C. E. EASTERW000
Phone 505. 119 >. Bdny.
ESTABLISHED IN SHAWNEE. OKLA.. SIVEN YCARS
lOt E. Maw Ove*H ckky Bnos.
Bridf • Work..
Lower, both of the B« t Teeth, $16.<5q
COOK ro* MARM.C STAIH e*T*A*C*
Private Money to Lead
On Shawnee Real Estate. Best of
CHAS. E. WELI,$
90-18-tf 116 N. Rroadwujr St
Phone 191 J. lit W. Furrcl
Shawnee Bedding C«.
reporter Scoop's Almost Forgotten How to Read the Newspapers BY "HOP*
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, September 26, 1913, newspaper, September 26, 1913; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92062/m1/4/: accessed May 27, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.