The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 192, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 21, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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TI KSDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1914
How to Overcome
a Bad Constipation
SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD-
Five of the Battleships Ordered to TampicoTSeno, Admaal in Command, and
iliere In a .Mild Laxative That Will
Hring .Safe anil Pleasant Belief
It is only natural that the simplest
of ailments should be tlie most gen-
eral, and so we have a whole na-
tion suffering from constipation and
indigestion, for they are closely al-
lied. But common as constipation is,
many people do not seem to know
they have it. They will complain of
headache, drowsiness or biliousness,
all unconscious of the cause of the
You should have a full and free
movement at least once a day. If
jou pass a day, you are constipated
and the result will be that you will
catch a cold easily or have a more
serious ailment. To cure the con-
stipation and forestall still graver
trouble, take a dose of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin at night before retir-
ing. and by morning relief will come,
without disturbance from sleep or any
Legions of people use it regularly
in such emergencies, some of them
formerly chronic invalids who had
suffered from constipation all their
lives. Mrs. N. Frantz, 67 Eighth
street, Salem, Ohio, took physics for
years, and, worst of all, without
much avail. Finally, she began to
take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
and today she is no longer troubled
and eats what she likes. Many oth-
ers will tell you that they have tried
most things recommended for this
Mrs. N. Frantz.
purpose, but have found Syrup Pep
sin the only one always reliable. A
bottle can be obtained at any drug
store for fifty cents or one dollar
the latter size being bought by fam
Hies already familiar with its
Syrup Pepsin Is mild, pleasant
tasting and non-griping. Mothers
give it to tiny Infants, and yet it is
effective in grownups. It is for ev-
eryone who suffers from any form
of stomach, liver or bowel trouble
constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness
etc. Its action will so delight you
that you will forever avoid harsh
cathartics, purgatives, pills and salts
Families wishing to try a free
sample bottle can obtain it postpaid
b.v addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell,
419 Washington street, Monticello,
HI- A postal card with your name
and address on it will do.—Adv.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ + + + + .+. + 4.
♦ NATIONAL LEAGUE ♦
**** + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Standing of the Teams.
Philadelphia 3 0
, Brooklyn 3 q
Pittsburg 5 J
3t. Louis 4 3
Chicago 2 3
Cincinnati i 3
New York 0 3
Boston 0 3
♦ + + + + + + + + + + + f+.+.f+.+
♦ INTER-CITY LEAGUE ♦
•f + + + + + + ++ T + >+.+ + + f^
Standing of the Teams.
St. Louis, 2; Chicago, 0.
All other games postponed; rain.
Boston at Philadelphia.
New York at Brooklyn.
Pittsburg at Cincinnati.
Chicago at St. Louis.,
♦♦■♦♦•♦♦ + ♦ ♦♦ + + + + + + + +
♦ AMERICAN LEAGUE. *
♦♦♦♦"♦"* + ♦♦■♦■•♦•♦ + ♦ + + + +
Standing of the Teams.
Philadelphia, 8-6; Boston, 2-0.
Cbicago-St. Louis, cold.
New York-Washington, cold
St. Louis at Chicago.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Washington at New York.
+■+■ + + + + + * * * ♦ + + + + + + +
♦ AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ♦
f' Standing of the Teams.
kansas City ...
El Reno ..
K. of C....
Cotton Boll, 24; Knights of Colum-
Pettee, 6; El Reno, 5.
Halverson, 9; Shawnee, 6.
Halverson Beats Shawnee.
Hopper's batting was the deciding
factor In the victory of Halverson
over Shawnee in the opening game of
the Inter-City league here Sunday.
-■ ■' ' -V'W.5 %
~ . • «*• s: ps~'.
Nineteen of the largest American
battleships, comprising the Atlantic
fleet of the American navy, and a
number of gunboats and auxiliaries,
have been ordered to Tamplco, Mex.,
by President Wilson as a result of
the failure of the Mexicans to salute
the American flag In recognition of
their mistake in arresting a number
of sailors and officers from the bat-
tleships now stationed at Tamplco.
In this array of men-of-war there
is sufficient strength to blockade
every Mexican port several times
There's Ne Gem Thai
'6ETSIT" Won't 6el
Ko More Fuuing, Plasters, Salves and
Corn Pains. Try the New Way.
" the way thBt corn comes
That a what you'll suy when you try I
wonderfnl GETS-IT" on that eorn you've
tried ao long to cry 08 of your toe. It's
Hampton, ss 4 1
L. Sale, If 4 1
D. P. Sparks, c... 4 1
Melot, 2b 5 0
Brooks, 3b 4 0
J. C, Sparks, cf. .3 0
Templeton, lb ...,4 0
C. Sale, rf .......2
Gresham, p 4
Trunnelis, rf 1
AB R H PO A E
0 2 1
0 0 1
8 0 0
2 0 1
0 8 0
0 0 0 0
Jewell, ss 5
4 8 24 14
...5 1 2
Meyers, 3b 3
I. Hopper, cf 4
Camp, Ih 4 0 0 10 0
McGregor, 2b 4 0 0 2 3
Martin, cf 3 1 j 4 0
Morris, c 4 l 0 4 n
Woods, p 4
1 0 0 7 0
9 27 15 3
At Kansas City, 12; St. Paul, 4.
At Louisville, 3; Cleveland, 9.
At Milwaukee-Minneapolis, cold.
At CoIumbus-IndiatiapoHs, cold.
Halverson ...0 2 0 3 1 3 0 0 —9
Shawnee 0 03 000 00 1-4
Summary: Stolen bases, Jewell 2,
Martin; sacrifice hits, L. Sales, J. C.'
Sparks; two-base hits, Hopper 2,
Brooks, Martin; double plays, C. Sale
to Melot, Hampton to Melot to Tem-
pleton. Innings pitched: By Woods
by Gresham, 8. Base hits off
Woods 7; off Gresham 9; struck out
by Woods 4; by Gresham 8; base
on balls, off Wood 3; off Gresham,
2; wild pitch, Gresham; passed ball,
1). P. Sparks. Time of game, one
hour and forty-five minutes. Um-
pire, Scott Yates.
A high grade line of candies at
Neely's confectionery. i9.3t
n"!*?'vForT!>0" Corn* TI at M.W You Jump
Out of Your Shoes, Try Wonderful "GETS-IT."
easy to apply "aKTS-IT"-one, two. three,
and It's donel The corn begins toshrivel,
away she goes, surely, absolutely. A fow
drops will do It. "GETS-IT" never makes
toes red and raw. Corn pains gol It means
the end of cutting and gouging of corns,
the end of sticky plasters that don't work
anyhow, the end of salves that eat up
Tryr"oicTs'rT">r.e, "llarn,'as'" or 'ossing.
iry UKTS-IT, thevnew, sure way for
corns and calluses.
,8.8ol(1 by a11 druggists. 26c
Ofaloa o °F Ct by E" Luwrence * Co*
GETS-lT" is sold In Shawnee by
Owl Drug Store, Crescent Drug Co.
and C. #. Harryman.—Adv.
Columbus at Indianapolis.
Cleveland at Louisville.
^Minneapolis at Milwaukee.
Paul at Kansas City.
W. M MOONEY & SON
BLACK SMITHING AND
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
We do all Kindt of Repair Work
SOUTH BELL ST
« UfMSG AS TO DAMAGED COT.
TON SEED AND UNDESIR-
ABLE VARIETIES IN OKLAHOMA,
TEXAS AND ARKANSAS.
The attention of the department of
agriculture has been called to the
very unsatisfactory condition of a
large part of the cotton seed which
has been reserved for planting in
Oklahoma and parts of Texas and
Arkansas. Weather conditions during
a large part of the picking season
were unfavorable and a large per-
centage of this seed has been In-
jured in vitality. Unless the germ-
ination tests are made on all seed
to be used for planting purposes It
is believed that many very unsatis-
factory stands will reBult.
The attention of the department
has also been called to the fact that
an active campaign has been under-
taken to introduce into portions of
this territory a variety of cotton
which Is represented as producing
50 per cent of lint, or it 500-pound
bale of cotton.
The department representatives
have examined this cotton In the
field and have grown it in experi-
mental plantings during the last
two seasons. The lint has been found
to be exceedingly short, the large
proportion of lint to seed apparently
resulting from the fact that the
seeds are very small and light. The
department has always refrained
from recommending It because It was
believed that Its very short staple
would soon be recognized by the
millB, and that there would be con-
sequent discrimination agnliiBt it.
Uurlng the past season several of
the largest cotton buying firms in
Oklahoma and Texas Issued orders
to their agents not to purchase this
cotton at any price. They stated
that its lint was so far Inferior to
that ordinarily grown in their terrl-'
tory that they knew it would not be '
acceptable to any of their regular
customers. The department has.
within the last few weeks, received
several letters from planters In Ar-
kansas, asking advice concerning this
cotton and stating that local buyers
were warning them agalnBt It be-
cause the mills were discriminating
against the localities in which it is
being largely grown.
In view of these facts the depart-
ment warns the farmers of Arkansas,
Oklahoma and Texas that the intro-
duction of any new variety of cotton
producing fibre of IesB than seven-
eighths of an Inch in length will be I
likely to seriously damage the repu-1
tation of their local markets and
may result within a few years in bas-
ing the price on this inferior cotton.
These same districts are now receiv-
ing a slight premium over the regu-
lar quotations for short staple. The
department will particularly regret to
see the result of the campaign which
has been waged in Oklahoma in be-
half of pure Triumph cotton Jeoj-
ardized by the promiscuous introduc-
tion of a cotton of greatly inferior
staple. Such a policy must result in
very serious losses to all the grow-
ers In the communities where the
poorer types become common.
Repeated complaints are received
from English spinners of the number
of "mlxy" bales of American cotton.
This condition arises largely through
the introduction of short cotton into
staple communities or of long staple
into short-cotton territory.
Any serious mixing of varieties
which have fiber of different lengths
results In Berious losses In waste
whenever the cotton is spun upon
machinery adjusted for the longer
varieties. SpinnerB who are using
1 riumph will bo quirk to discover
any serious admixture of shorter and
inferior cotton, and growers of Tri-
umph cotton will suffer if such varl-
over. Admiral Charles J. Badger
commander in chief of the Atlantic
fleet, will probably be in charge of
the great fleet when it assemblea
at Tamplco. His temporary flagship
is the Arkansas.
Admiral Henry T. Mayo, whose
eties become popular in their terri-
W. A. SHERMAN,
Assistant, Office of Markets.
Mebane cotton seed for sale at
flagship Is the Connecticut, Is now
at Tamplco. It was his demand on
the Mexican government for a salute
to the flag after the arrest of the
sailors and officers from his fleet
which brought on the crisis
Secretary of the Navy Daniels, In
Choctaw cotton oil mill. W K Mals-
The Sparking Water Co. will start
giving out the order for the move-
ment of the battleships, did not state
the purpose, but distinctly told the
newspaper men that he must not
b. Interrogated on that point.
the delivery of pure, sparkling water
Monday, April 20, so phone 66 early
so that our delivery Berrice will be
able to serve you promptly.
E. E. COLLIER, Manager.
./ stubborn soils and
stains vanish before
Use it for washing all dishes and
kitchenware and this drudging work
will be done in half the time. It
5c and larger packages.
"Lot tho GOLD OUST TWINS
do your work"
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