The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 157, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1914 Page: 8 of 12
THE oriAWNEE DAILY NEWS HERALD
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 18,
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I ad ,
Dual for cl
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Keep your kitchen cabinet,
box and all utensils healthfully clean with
Quickly brightens metal and mates woodwork snow
whit-.*. Cleans everything. 5c and larger packages.
"Lmt tho GOLD DUST TWINS do your mrorAr"
fine This famous salts is made
from tlif> acid of grapes and lomon
juice, combined with llthia, and has
been used for generation, to flush
and stimulate the kidneys, also to
i.eutiallze the acids In urine so It
no longer causes irritation, thus
I ■ nding bladder weakness.
•lad Salts is Inexpensive and can-
not Injure: makes a delightful effer-
vescent lithla-water drink which .'V-
er.vone should take now a..d then
Alberta,''ie(iP 11*'* kidneyb clean and ac-
iwglnnlng April 1. and continuing liv(' l)lood 'llir('' 'hereby
Mtll 'aiiuary 31 and March 31 f^1"" 8'"'l0US k,dney com'"lr"-
l ifi, under the supervision of S. 0.'
< irivte instructor In tin managt MllltAL H0.1IK\ WILL HAM. IN
taient of dairy herds under the Do SII.UVNKK SATnil>A\
J Regardless of th
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Si i:< i\i, to M:\Ns-in it\in.
Cdmonton A Ita March 12, Pour
dairy competitions. with thorough
t<rcd livestock and silver plate as
I'rlzes, will take place in
n in ion grant
the provincial de
. - state laws and
I irtniebt or agriculture. Hon. Dun- the protest of the men higher up,
< 11 Marshull, minister of agricul money matters and many other plans
,:"p. announced in his office at the to absolutely eliminate the matter,
parliament buildings today tiu,, it is now a known fact that several
lliree of the tests, which are desig- hundred women will HANG to the
l atnd to encourage the dairy indtih-' coat-tails of their husband Saturday
try, will be carried 011 in con nee beg, plead and really use every ef-
tion with the agricultural school fort the; can to get more money.
t Vermillion. Olds nud Claresholm
'•'he tests are open to grade cowf
• •* 1 ly. the 10 prizes In bach contest
' I elng pure-bred
• Ivrs, pigs and
The reason Is Blinpie they fully rea-
lize that now 11 b never before they
may buy furniture, rugs, etc., at al-
cowe. yearlings, most BOc on the dollar and hb such
pens of poultry, a sale on reel high class goods sel-
he fourth competition Is open to dom happens they know it w
ere bred herds thiougheut tin
them to hang on 10 the last string
Special prizes being award- and prepare themselves
' <1 In plris standing highest in tie
contests. The prizes of silver plait
etc valued at $Sro.
W MEAT EATERS
HAVE SLOW KIDNEYS
J VI I.ESS MEAT It TO! I I I I
IIACKACHV OK HAVE
XI.ADOEIt TKOI III I
have more home comforts, luxury1,
ease, health and happiness and to buy
I a! this sale moans much to them.
Fleming-Drown Co. sale starts Satur-
day morning. Callahan says it's the
biggest reduction they have ever giv-
M'KCIAI* >OTICE ON Pi:\TI8YKV.
I want the people of Shawnep and
Pottawatomie county to know that
\o man or woman who eats moat teeth can bo extracted, treated, filled
the kidneys'1 ^caslmmll^l """;r°Wned a"BOlu'^ will,m" pal"
fr s a well known authority Moat (>r "anger or bad after-effects. I
( • ins uric acid which evcites the ani an ( M>ert on the care of child-
1- iineys, they become overworked J ren's teeth and guarantee to cure any
< urn the strain, get sluggish and disease of the oral cavity. My office
• to niter the waste and poisons, i_ 4. - , . ,,
i in the blood, then we get sick. I 118 and 8 over ,,ttrr>man's
Nearly all rheumatism, headaches. drug store. Two phones, 931 and
Oklahoma City, March 1,3.—The
constitutionality of the new election
law passed by the last legislature
was upheld and Ben W. Riley in
commanded to turn over the records
of the office i : secretary of the elec-
tion board to Nod McDaniela, secre-
tary of the senate, by a decision of
IMstrict Judge K. Taylor, late Thurs-
day afternoon. After several weeks'
deliberation, during which much evi-
dence was introduced and many ar-
- guments were heard, Judge Taylor
decided to issue the peremptory
writ of mandamus applied for by Mo-
I pon application of counsel for
Riley, Judge Taylor stayed the Judg-
ment of his court for fifteen days to
How (tiley's attorneys to apply to
the supreme court for a superse-
deas. Attorney Fogg insisted upon
having at least thirty days.
In the event that liiley fails to
obtain a supersedeas from the higher
court, he Ih commanded to turn over
all the papers and records of the of-
fice of the secretary of the election
board to Mo Daniels within fifteen
days. Hiley offered, through his at-
torneys, to make the bond immedi-
ately, but Judge Taylor refused to
issue a supersedeas, holding that the
supreme court was the proper court
to pass upon that matter.
lu issuing the writ, Judge Taylor
gave his interpretation of the elec-
tion law and all its provisions, in-
cluding the one which provides that
the secretary of the senate shall be
secretary of the election board. Mc-
Daniels was appointed secretary of
the last senate, and under the terms
ot the bill will become secretary of
the board unless the supreme court
should reverse the judgment of Judge
Attorney E. G McAdams, repre-
senting McDaniels, charged in open
court Thursday atfernoon that the
• "nl reason Riley and his attorney
v ere asking for more time in which
to fie their appeal to the higher
<oi«r w is that Ililey and his friends
me endeavoring to hold to the office
rntil after the primary election in
April. This allegation was emphat-
ically denied by Attorney H. L. Fogg
of Kl Reno, who has acted as chief
counsel for Riley.
In the event the supreme court
I rants the supersedeas. Attorney Mc-
Adams will ask for an early hearing.
He will file a motion to have Hie
The office of the secretary of the
election board, or the combined of-
fice, pays a monthly salary of $175.
This cake, made by the Cottolene recipe, using only Cottolene for short-
ening, won the first prize three separate times at the Texas State Fair.
Cottolene recipes are all winners, at home or elsewhere.
Remember, however, that you do not need to use as much Cottolene as
>ou would ot butter or lard. Always use one-third less when cooking with Cottolene for
Cottolene goes much farther. •
You save money, any way you figure, if you cook with Cottolene, and your food is more
thin^excepfon SeTable y0U Wl11 give Cottolene one fair trial, you will continue to use it for eveiy-
This is the recipe for the prize-winning cake, by Mrs. W. J. Stone, Dallas, Texas:
Couolene, 2 cups sugar, 3 cups flour, 1 cup mi.k, 2 teaspoon, baking
Xnt 'hl, . °f'fig" beaten stiff froth, 2 teaspoons lemon extract. Cream 3-4 cup of Cot-
ev.rar. r K ,'-„ u '^alternately until well mixed, then add whites of eggs and
Hvrr. in 'J"4,1""1 flour ''"'J"; '"K1" lhc Ka9 just as you place cakes in stove. Put all three
layers in and cook at once. Let .he cake cool an hour or so before icing.
MLL1NG—Two cups sugar and just enough water to moisten, cook until it threads from the
stantW then'addTte 2 egf8.tofs.tl,r frolh' Pour the boiling syrup over the whites and beat con-
r. JT lf i teaspoonful of lemon extract and 1-2 package shredded cocoanut, and ice your
cake. If icing begins to get too stiff to ice add about 2 tablespoons of boiling water and beat well.
Give yourself the satisfaction of knowing what Cottolene can do. Order a pail of it from
your grocer; also send to us for the interesting FREE Cook Book, HOME HELPS
written by five leading authorities. Write for it today ' '
lztLLNti: FA1RBANK company)
* ver trouble, nervousness sleeploss-
i '*sgr dizziness and urinary disorders
« ue from sluggish kidneys.
i he moment you feel a dull ache
s i the kidneys or your back hurts or
* lie urine Ih cloudy, offensive, full
< ! sediment, irregular of pass:in«' or
* (tended by a sensation of scalding,
f op eating meat and Kt't about four
« uiices of J ad Salts from any phar-
i.aoy; take a tablespoonful in a
k. .sk or water before breakfast and
4a a few days your kidneys wii' ac!
guaranteed for ten
DR. C. R. ROBERTS.
1 ir you want In the
me at Morns, Okla.
leases, close tc
go in with m
-what you want
I Huff House.
ot! push, see
I have good
CHILDREN HATE OIL,
CALOMEL AND iPILLS
rVUKOKMA JSYKIT OF FHJ8*
BEST FOR TKM)KR STOM-
ACH, LIVKR, BOWELS.
Look back at your childhood
days. Remember the "dose" moth-
insisted on castor oil, calomel,
•cathartics. How you hated them,
fough; against taking
cent flood exceeded by six feet the
maximum recorded stage for the
past eighteen years and swept the
guage away from its mooring.
That St. Louis man
lowed 97 nickels on a
DAN P. iJAUACE
Real Estate, Loans and
(jood Alfalfa Farm Lands
I ist your proper!) wilh m«. I tint
ill touch with the Uvp buy. i.
DAV P. WALLACE
Komr 12 Steams Bid*. (K«- Manmoih
, how you
production. ^ ou can them.
or I will get you j With our children it's different.
M. K. Owenby, care (Mothers w ho cling to the old form
of physics simply don't realize
what they do. The children's re-
volt in well-founded. Their tender
little "insidet" are injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, give only
delicious "California Syrup oi
Figs'' Its action is positive, but
I gentle. Millions of mothers keep
). has | this harmless "fruit laxative"
engine handy: they know children love to
and air compressor at Peyton's mar-!^?^e ^ never fails to clean
i.i ivAric v h t ti i i the "Vor an(* bowels and sweeten
n0rkb 011 Nm,h 0kl,lhoma- Into stomach, and that a teaspoonful
49-6-0t given today saves a sick child to-
ture at the
night will be
of the lllu
ch ur<h to-
les of Our
Smith 11; rdware (
Try a want
ad in the News-
Lee and Wood
e pay special at-
tention to the
I'hone 99— GOOD RIGS -- CAREFUL DRIVERS
126-1 28 S. Bell Shawnee, Okla.
Ask your druggist for a RO-cent
bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which has full directions for babies.
children of nil ages and for grown-
ups plainly on each bottle. Beware
of counterfeits sold here. See that
it Is made by "California Pig Svrup
Company." Refuse any other kind
INKEHNAI MACHINE EXPOSED
Sanger,' Calif., Feb 3.—An intri-
cate infernal machine which, if load-
ed with nitroglycerins and dis-
charged, could have done .Inestimable
damage, was found in Ihe flotsam
deposited near this city by the re-
cent flood. The machine consists
of a clocklike arrangement at-
tached to a brass cylinder. It is
enclosed in a glass ca o. This in-
strument of destruction is now in
Ihe hands of Constable Campbell and
will be turned over to Ihe Govern-
ment afficlals.—Fresno Herald.
This dangerous instrument is a
Frlez automatic river guage which
has been faithfully recording the
ups and downs of Kings river for
nearly eleven years for the United
States Ueologlcal survey. The re-
EA1UI HOYS MAKE IIEST
That the young man born and
raised on a farm makes a better de-
bater than his city bred cousin Is
Indicated by the fact that in a try-
out debating contest to select two
teams of two men each to represent
Oklahoma A. and M. college against
the agricultural colleges of Kansas
and Colorado, every one of the four
successful young men was born and
reared on a farm.
These young men are Clarento
Roberts of Lawton, Oklahoma^ Joe
Robinson of Omega, Oklahoma; Lew-
is E. Walker of Atlanta, Georgia;
and Jesse Thomas (if Blttiue county,
Oklahoma. .Mr. Roberts and Mr.
Robinson will go to Fort Collins,
Colorado, to meet the Colorado team
March 1:1 (today!. The same even-
ing Walker and Thomas will debate
in Stillwater against Ihe representa*
tlves or Kansas State Agricultural
college. The subject of both de-
hates will be: "Resolved, that the
toll of the anarn canal shall be the
same for merchant vessels of all
nations." At Colorado the A. and M.
boys will uphold the affirmative of
this question, while the team that
remains at home will have the neg-
Previous to the year 1911, debating
played a minor part in student ac-
tivities at A. and M. The idea pre-
vailed that the boy from Ihe farm
«ould be unable to hold his own
In an oratorical combat with tJit
"city" lad from the different uni-
versities, specializing in law or the
ministry. However, in the fall of
1911 a series of debates was ar-
ranged, largely through the efforts
of the English department. Teams
were matched against Oklahoma
Methodist university at Guthrie and
the Kansas "Aggies." Greatly -to
the surprise of the debaters, asl
well as the student body, both teams
returned unanimous victors. Fol-|
lowing this the Trlstate Debating
league was formed, consisting of the
agricultural colleges of Kansas,
Colorado and Oklahoma. Last year
the Oklahoma team defeated the'
Colorado "Aggies" here, but the!
other team sent against the Kau-
sans was not so successful.
Orrine for Drink Habii
TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE
We are in earnest when we ask you to
give ORRINE a trial. You have nothing
to risk and everything to gain, for your
money w?U be returned, if after a trial,
J'ou fail to get results from ORRINE.
Ihis offer gives the wives and mothers
of those who drink to excess an oppor-
tunity to try the ORRINE treatment.
Jt is a very simple treatment, can be
given in the home without publicity or
loss of time from business, and at a
ORRINE is prepared in two forms:
No. 1, secret treatment, a powder; OR-
RTNE No. 2, in pill form, fop those who
desire to take voluntary treatment. Costs
only $1.00 a box. Come in and talk over
the matter with us. Ask for booklet.
Owl Drug Store, ( E. Main, Shawnee.
loans Loans Loans
J. C. FISHER
A full line of spring flowering Ibt on hand by March 20th
Garden and flower teedi. Fertilizer for the garden. The largest stock of poultry-
supplies. A carload of oyster shells for yoyr laying hens and growing chicks.
CLARKE'S SEED STORE
CLARKE & KcLl i K
2C8 E. Main We Deliver Phone 140
"Competent male stenographers in demand by U. S. Civil Service;
Commission.' "Entrance salary $840 to $900 a year/' "Good
chances for promotion." The completion of The Shorthand and
Typewriting Course at the Western Business College qualifies you
to pass the Civil Service Examination.
Call To See Us If Interested
I. COCHRANE, Vice President R. c. McKIDDY, President
' but also in Ibis splendid faculty.1 reef at his throttle; the miner at| Lucky Day Almanac tor_i i«_
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