The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 167, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 24, 1914 Page: 6 of 8
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THE ".HA WXEE XE**-HERALD
TLBSDAY EVENING, MARCH M, ljlt
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We are still paying
$ I H.00 per ton for
early ginned seed,
and full value for off
if r a d e seed. By
bringing them in with-
in the next ten days
you will realize more
money for them than
by waiting until the
mill is closed for the
Our libera) exchange pro-
position on meal and hulls
for seal is still in effect
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it' trlk'o through old /n<1l; n and!
fikiitUotust itrrriUtrifu, Th« llamon,
ff d now fo biilld northward, will j
th« old Jtui"* rout*?. It will;
do fiiti/'h toward th*; further QhwIo]f~
it ' t Of tll*r hlK oil fl« Id, Which Wat
r<'«r t|y /fp'iM'd op in thin facility,
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i urn county, Oi:orgla, «'l*t ty I'litiit
,« j rn mko and dl"d In HiiawiM'<r at thr*
htm* of h< r daiiKhtAi. Mr* Ida Cp-
li«w, Matt/rday night at 11 o'clock.
Kiintrral mtrvlc«« wura h«ld Hundny
nft«rrto«iri ut 3 o'clock In < Unw of
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rim'inh' i of tin- Dm|>tImt church for
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Tn*a®, hut oho had lM«<*ti viMittng h'*r
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imiivhn i wo dituKiitcrt und on«« ton.
THICK, GLOSSY IIAIK
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('11(1 S! ItKAOlIKV YOI It IIAlii!
MAKK IT HO FT, FLUFFY,
A Nil LIXIItlANI
Try n« you will, after an appll-
(tttlou of Dundurlnn, you cannot
flinl it tiiiKlo train of dandruff or
allliiK htir, and your scalp will
not llch, but what will plnaHn you
moat, will hn aftnr a f«w w«M<kta
utn, wIkui you aee now hair, flno
and downy nt flrti ym hut rually
now hair KrowltiK all ovor tho
A lit 11« Dundorlna Immediately
douhlnH thn hoauly of your hair.
No dlffcroiM'o how dull, faded, brit-
tle and nc ru Kay, Jutt uiolaten a
tloih with inuidarlna and carefully
draw It ihrouah your hair, tuklim
Iona mnall Utiand at u (Imo. Tho
I'ffnct It Immediate und aimtxInK—
your hair will bo hkiii, fluffy and
wavy, mid have nu appearance of
ahundnnoe; an lucomparablt luitre,
mifiiicMH and luxuriance, the beau*
ty and Nhlininor of irui« hair health.
(let a lift coiit bottle of Knowlton's
mandarine from any druK ntoro or
I toilet counter, and prove that your
hair In iin pretty and aoft iim any—
that It hint boon nealected or In-
jured hy caroloHH treatment t hut 'a
It will aoon he time to telephone
the druKKlMt for camphor ball*.
in shawnck okla . tern vum
iota mam o>«« h-«. pmomi mm
Efe- M $5
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' in 'i iick time
i 77:* iftnV of
d to b«r arorjJMrd
tz'xrn roted the
m'liity \x. Urgp tutun a/.d quickly A
r* MUuit eoflft' * would bare n^ant
pr'/fr&/*<d op^ratar/ot and lb*- ran a I
today [/rot/*bly would 1* nowtitre
;.*rar cor/^lftU/i. .! \i>' money had not
h" n roue *|rbout d'-lay and wifb-
on much debit* if |jk#r action It t -
k'-u in regard to it* Aiatka project
'h- raJIrr/ad will h built In fairly
Will Be Hard Job.
rori*r«HW never ha* b'*n nnanl-
notuly in favor of thin government
wor k In fact p.'.rn* wii believe that
a h< art th'« m.t orlty of the member*
of the prtateal i outran a re oppon«'d
lu tin linn It It f<-lt that the unwlli-
i/jk on*- were moved to wilHngn'-Ma
only i.y the apparent d<r*lre of the
country that th« < *p«-riment should be
rnad«- 'i'h«* Job of building the Alaa-
kao road will be u big one and a hard
oin- Tb<- enm n« «-r* know all the dlf
lieu (tie* 'bat will !>«• In their way
Th#*y know what they must do and
that tbef rnuM have money to do It.
It In definitely known that the corps
of * nu\neern of the arrny f« « In that If
Rome of Itt ni('Uib**rw ar«- to b - put at
the work of railroad building, the
crt-dlt ot Ifm cboaen Individual ofHrem
dep« nd* upon * willing!!'*** of the law
maker* to do the right thing by a pro-
ject which Hft-tnlngly ha* the approval
of the people It In hinted In Wash-
ington that many of the conservative,
not to call them reactionary, member*
of (ongr HH, would be glad If the gov
Tomcat con*tructlon plan *hould !>«• a
fulluri- li In wlthlri the power of
congrett to make It a failure or af
any rato to drag the work out *o long
that the people will be led to believe
that It It a failure.
The Panama work ha* *hown that
army engineer* can undertake almoat
any (atk of magnitude and push It
through to a *uccet*ful ending A
railroad, however, cannot be built
without money and the engineer who
foot to Alanka a* chief of construc-
tion will he a man depressed In Mplrlt
In advancn unlet* he It certain that
c.ongmtN It to be with him In hit en
Will Not Pay at Start.
Army men have completed after
many year* of hard work a wagon
road from Valdes to Fairbanks. The
dlatance covered I* about 400 miles
and the work was of a kind to dis-
courage any man without the soldier
Instinct This road has been built
by Meutenant Colonel Wilds P. Rich-
ardson of tho Infuntry, Lieutenant
Olenn E. lidgerton of the engineer
corps with Uoutunant L A Kun/.lg,
acting as disbursing officer. These
three officers constitute what la
known as the board of roud commis-
sioners for Alaska.
If the people of the United Htatea
have an Idea that the government
railroad in Alawka Is to pay from the
start It would be well for them to read
the government report* on the sub-
J set, particularly the last report of the
Board of Itoad Commissioner*. There
Is no thought that It will pay and the
country ought to remember this In
order that It can discount the charge
which Is sure to be made eventual
ly that thn road does not pay simply
because It la a government proposi-
Tho government railroad will help
In the work of the developing and set
tltng Alaska, for a considerable part
of tho territory, 100,000 square miles
as estimated by the agricultural de-
partment, Is suitable for farming and
grazing The railroad will help make
the country prosperous and eventually
It n *y declare dividends in favor of
the people The time for such a hap
l y Issue Is far distant, but It should
be remembered that It probably would
be Just ns far distant If tho road were
to bo coiiMtructed and operated by
There It no benutWer of fcirm or
complexion or behavior llko the wt*h
to scatter Joy. and not pain, around ua
—H W ICmeraon
BLOW AT WILL
Order Your Fan Now!
Will Them to Blow Next
July and August
12 Inch Electric Fans
Until May the First
This includes the cord and
attachment plug, making
the fan ready for service.
Call at oar office or phone for a
solicitor and ask for full iniormation
Shawnee Gas and
♦ OYKK TUIL ALPS LILS ITALY ♦
♦ (By Riwalee Mills. ♦
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦
The bravest und moat beautiful of
nil maxima was not quoted by Long-
fellow, Lowell or Tennyson. It was
given to us from the dark island of
Africa, more than two thousand years
Hannibal was a great general who
fought the Punic war against tho
magnificent city of Home.
No man had ever crossed the high,
dangerous precipices of tho Alps. It
was a great harrier that stood firm,
always to protect Italy from north-
ern Invaders. It was a great terror
to man at that time. The highest
parts lay covered with snow the
year around, yet Hannibal was not
a man easily persuaded from his in-
tuitions by difflcultictt. Ill* charac-
ter shines out brave, noble and he-
roic. He well knew that obstacles
must be overcome to uccompll*h any-
thing a* a general.
Hannibal sturtcd his army on this
dangerous Journey with that s«t de-
termination that characterise* every
groat man. •
When Hannibal reached the high-
est peak of thl* perilous road, three-
fourth* of hi* men had bcon left In
the deep ci.**ms hurled In snow, or
In the battlefield, slain by barbaroujt
mountaineer*. Only a few beasts of
burden remained. He and iii* men
were little more (huu shadows; still
ho pressed forward with undying
courage lie could now *oo the val-
ley below, the plain* of Italy, wav-
ing grain and luxurious vegetation.
An he viewed flint beautiful sight
ufter hi* month* of toll the goal
hsd not been attained without diffi-
• nit ten he tald encouraging to his
men "Over the Alp* lies Italy,"
there and then giving the world its
most beautiful lesson.
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder cures kid-
ney and bladder troubles, removing
gravel; cures diabetes, weak and
lame hacks, rheumatism, and all ir-
regularities of the kidneys and blad-
der in both men and women; regu-
lates bladder troubles in children. If
not sold by your druggist, will be
sent by mall on receipt of $1. One
small bottle is two months' treat-
ment and seldom falls to perfect a
cure. Send for testimonials from
this and other states. I)r. E. W.
Hall, 21126 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by druggists.
It Is the wise man who can refrain
from writing a verse about spring,
at this season of the year, and even
wi*o men mu«t have will power.
It Is about time for the spring poet
to fill hi* founain pen.
March seems reluctant to yield to
the call of spring, but nature will
have her way.
W. M. MOON FY & SON
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
W, do mUkiwi.of R.pai, Work
SOUTH BELL ST.
When it rains
<ln you depend on
_ . a "thower - proof"
f or do you wear a
and enjoy the rain be-
cause you're dry and
comfortable? Made for
rough and ready ser>
vice, and so water-
proof that not a drop
reaches you even
ihrouxli ti e openings
between the buttons.
The Reflex Edge does it.
A. J. Tower Co. -\CSWER;$
Tower Canadian Limited maI^ F^
Oil Toronto Calalolfnt
Of course, strawberries are high,
but think of the beefsteak.
D. D. D. Opens New Era
in Cure of Skin Disease
ProfeNNor fludlong's case of eciema
wua known to almoat ♦.•very hospital
and physician of reputation throughout
the state or Connecticut. Ills letter Is
another Interesting demonstration of
What is being accomplished by the
famous specific D. 1>. 1)., Prescription.
t may be of Interest to you to know
!ln y£ preparation, U
. V, Prescription has been of incai-
cumb.o value to ine. 1 wan covered
with enema from head to foot when
J beiran ui-ln* your remedies. I could
fet no relief, although I tried a thou-
sand means. I applied but two hot-
57 ? ,e Prescription; a cure win
effected til a very short time, In less
than ons month "—Prof. C. J. Budlonir,
south Lyme, Conn.
Ask any druKKlst today for D D. D.
'"."k ( I. i!e" ,eU you " a"a>
"lgns of^ur" a"Ci *Mn thero •i'"
h®ve handled the remedy for
sk?n ,1 a* the sPeciilc for
i^ XltWT Prescript!oil
for° tender' skins? & ^es®.
\Ve offer the first full size bottla
'r.e,5ua.ram"e ,hat unless It atous
cent. " costs you not a
F. A. REYNOLD i & SON, Druggists
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 167, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 24, 1914, newspaper, March 24, 1914; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92212/m1/6/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.