The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 252, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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tlves and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Asbury wore
visitors In Shawnee Saturday.
Mr. Berry of Ponotoc county passed
through Asher Saturday on his way
Mrs. Herbert Nlcho s returned to
her home In Tecumseh after a few
days' visit with relatives in Asher.
DODSON'S GUARANTEE EX-
PLAINED BY DODSON
and 2 c Stamp
Get full value for your money
Be sure you get a full-weight package of
pure, honest coffee, so roasted and packed as
to preserve the quality.
That is precisely what you get in Arbuckles' Coffee.
The Arbuckle packages are full 16
ounces to the pound, pure coffee.
People used to think — perhaps
some do still —that it was econom-
ical to drink chicory in their coffee.
Chicory costs 10c a pound. Analysis
shows that it contains no food ele-
ment except sugar, which you can
buy for 6c a pound. Of course you
do not want to pay 25c or 30c a
pound for chicory. Use Arbuckles'
Coffee and you get pure coffee.
Arbuckles' Coffee is the finest coffee that it is possible
to buy at the price. It is packaged in sealed, sanitary
packages that preserve its original strength and flavor. If
you have not used it lately get a package from your grocer
today. Compare it with coffees you are paying more for.
Ariosa (whole bean) or the new Ground
Thisia one of the
liatin each pack•
age of Arbucklea'
Bead What Dodson Says About His
I.iver Tone to You Who Suffer
*■ E. Stanard J. fl. Wahl ♦
*• C. H. Ennls ♦
STANARD, WAHL A ENNI8 ♦
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ♦
♦ Over Conservative Loan Co. ♦
Beware of impure water.
Drink only Natural
J. W. Longwith
Quite a crowd trom Shawnee
spent Sunday at the Dam, east of
♦ NEWS FROM ASHER. ♦
Charlie Price, who with a bunch of
Shawnee cologe students, went to
the harvest fields in Kansas, came
home Thursday evening of last week
somewhat the worse for the trip
on account of not taking accurate
measurements of the length of the
hind leg of a Kansas mule that was
cavorting near, and which laid him
up for repair to the tune of two
badly crippled fingers. Charlie,
doubt, showed some of those city
boyB a few high class curves in the
harvest field, as farming has been no
side line with him.
Dodson's Liver Tone takes the
place of calomel. Instead of being
dangerous, it is harmless and works I
easily and naturally, without bad
after-effects. I have authorized C.
H. Marmaduko and Son of the Owl
Drug Co. to refund purchase price
(60 cents) to you instantly without
question if you are in any way dis-
satisfied with it If Dodson's Liver
Tone can't help you, I don't want
That's how Dodson feels about
this pleasant-tasting vegetable-liquid
liver regulator and reliever of con-
stipation and biliousness.
The lives of so many people have
been brlgthened and bettered by this
great remedy that leading druggists
now recommend it and seven of
America's most prominent physicians
0. K.d it, after thorough analysis of
its Ingredients and effects.
It Is generally known that calomel,
being a poison, is a peril to many.
It stays in the system and, while it
may seem to give you a temporary
relief, often "knocks you out" for
With Dodson's Liver Tone you are
set right without ache or gripe and
with no bad results to interfere in
the slightest way with your regular
occupation and habits. So great a
number of former sufferers from
constipation and inactive liver have
been vastly benefited by Dodson's
Liver Tone that it would seem wise
for you to give it a trial now. Child-
ren like it and it does wonders for
them. Sold by C. H. Marmaduke and
Son, Owl Drug Store.—Adv.
Master Bruce Smith, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Smith, came in last
week from Sulphur where he has
been attending school.
will be pleased.
We are not Coupon Pho-
tographers—we make the fine
Eastman Films at 20 per-
Kodak finishing at drug
store prices, but better work.
118 1-2 East Main
Life-Giving Properties of Colors.
Experiments ehow that the order of
colors ranked hb to their life-giving
properties will be: blue, violet, yellow,
red and green. Thus, If a patient Is
put In a hospital where green pre-
dominates he has a far slimmer
chance of speedy recovery than if he
were comfortably llxed In a blue room.
Mrs. J. M. Pottle, sister of Mrs.
B. F. Farmer, who has been visiting
the former's home for some time, re-
turned to her home in Mlsourl last
week. The Pottles are former Asher
W. B. Bryson and Lewis Brown
went to Shawnee Friday on busnlesB.
Conservative Loan Co,
Farm and City Loans
Finds Health in Lydia E.
Creston, Iowa. — " I suffered with fe-
male troubles from the time I came into
womanhood until I
had taken Lydia G.
ble Compound. I
would have pains if
I overworked or
heavy, and I would
be so weak and ner-
vous and in so much
misery that I would
be prostrated. A
'friend told me what
your medicine had done for her and X
tried it. It made me strong and healthy
and our home is now happy with a baby
„ .... . . , boy- I m very glad that I took Lydia
Mr. Keneth O. 8mlth of St. Louis j. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
and Miss Eva M. Snell of Oklahoma do all I can to recommend it."—Mrs. A.
City were united in marriage by Rev. B. Boscamp, 604 e. Howard Street,
Paul Weber at the Baptist parsonage Creston, Iowa.
Tuesday—St. Charles Daily News, Tons of Roots and Herbs
are used annually in the manufacture
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, which is known from ocean to
ocean as th") standard remedy for
For forty years this famous root and
herb medicine has been pre-eminently
successful in controlling the diseases of
women. Merit alone coula have stood
this test of time.
If you have tlio slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
ble Compound will help you, write
to Lydia IC.Pinkliaru MedicineCo.
vlce. Your letter will Be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
COTTON FUTURES BILL..
by associated phkss.
Washington, June 29.—The bill
eliminating gambling in futures on
cotton exchanges was passed by the
house, eighty-four to twenty-one.
St. Charles, Mo.
John Radford went
Friday on business.
D. F. Christ and family were
Shawnee business visitors Friday.
M. O. Triplett and family of Okla-
homa City returned home Saturday
Greater responsibility than all other Pottawatomie County abstract
1M North Broadway
Phone PBX 208
Owes Her Life to
This Lung Medicine
The manufacturers of ICckuutu'H Alter-
ative. a nuHlicine for ThroHt and Lung
directions, regret that all aufferera or
theae aerloiiH troubles do not take ttie
trouble to Investigate for tlirniselrea
what thla medicine ha accomplished dur-
ing the past fifteen yearn In a number of
caaea Head tliic:
Griffith. Lake Co.. Ind.
"Gentlemen: About September 10. 1008,
my mother In law was taken sick with
Catarrhal Pneumonia, wlilch developed
Into I.ung Trouble In January, when
Re* Win R *rg. of St. Michael's Church,
at Schererrllle. Ind.. prepared her for
death, he recommended twit I 8«'t Kck
man's Alterative, and see If it would not
give her some relief. The attending
phvslrlan declared she had Lung Trouble
and waa beyond all medical aid. So I
Immediately had Rev. Win. Berg to send
for a bottle. Practically without hone
for recovery, 1 Instated that ahe try the
Alterative, which she did. I am, glad to
say that she soon began to Improve Now,
she works as hard aa ever, weighs twenty
pounds heavier than she ever did before
«he took sick, and la In good health "
(Affidavit) JOS GRIMMER.
(Above abbreviated: more on request.)
Ecktnan's Alterative has been proven by
manv years' test to be most efficacious
for severe Throat and Lung Affections,
Rrocchltls Pronchlnl Asfhma. Stubborn
Colds and In upbuilding the system.
Contains no narcotic* poisons or habit-
forming drugs. Ask for booklet telling
of recoveries, and write to Eckman
laboratory. Phllndelnhla. Pa., for evi-
dence. For aale by all leading druggists
PREPARED FOR "RAINY DAY"
Ameer of Bokhara Said to Be Storing
Up Treasure at the Rate of
$8,000,000 a Year.
The largest private board In the
world Is probably that owned by the
Ameer of Bokhara, the Russian vassal
state In Central Asia, writes the 8L
Petersburg correspondent of the New
York Sun. According to the Turke-
stansklye KraJ the Ameer possesses
In his stronghold a vault 315 feet long,
45 feet wide and 20 feet high, com-
pletely filled with gold bars and coined
Some years ago the Ameer had an-
other vault built to hold his savings,
and the new storehouse Is now almost
full. Thero Is at the ftokharan court
an enormous cash book, which haa
served for generations and In which
all revenues and expenditures are sup-
posed to be put down, but also for gen-
erations It has never been checked
with the "cash In hand."
Grafting la the easiest thing In the
world at Bokhara The Ameer's offi-
cials draw no salary. They are ap-
pointed on the understanding that
they must keep themselves on what
they can make out of their various
offices. There Is no budget, and the
largest permanent charge on the
Ameer's income is one of $15,000 an-
nually for a local hospital. Then there
is a small contribution toward the up-
keep of the Russian police In the pro-
tectorate and the maintenance of the
Bokharan "array" which has shrunk
to a mere bodyguard.
The Ameer's annual savings, It is
calculated, amount to more than $8,
000,000 a year. Ho is by traditional
usage compelled to send every year
a number of valuable "presents" to
the Russian authorities at Samarkand
and Tashkent. Those presents con-
sist of carpets, silks and the like,
which are Immediately sold by the re-
cipients to native traders, from whom
the Ameer as regularly buys them
back at fixed prices, to be stored up
and to serve again as "presents" the
The Children of Mary will give
an ice cream social Wednesday
evening on the lawn of the Catholic
church, corner Benedict and Kicka-
poo streets. They solicit the pat-
ronage of their friends.
A good residence property, close
in and cheap. On monthly pay-
ments. W. S. Search. 113-29-3t
Want ads m News-Herald pay-
three lines three timet foe 2* eenU.
YOU SHOULD WORRY
This time of year about tti-
Bread you eat. Some folks ml>
their bread with the Bweat ol
FRl'IT'S OWL BREAD
Is all mixed with machinery
Get It at your grocery oi
market, or phone 875.
RALPH FRUIT, Prop.
the Eating Question is
is the Answer.
rtubscrlhi" for cue News-Herald
PRIVATE JOHET TO LKJID
Shawnee Real Estate. BeBt of
CHARLES E. WELLS.
Chas. t. Wells
Elks Building tflnth and Broadway
Practlct in all Court*
W; have the latest im-
proved plam truck. Ab-
solately imp >ssible to'scar
or far your instrument.
Household goods, we
sure know how to
Red Ball Transfer
W. B. Rorschach
Nature has provided wonderful dis-
plays of color aa an offset to the ex-
treme desolation of the far north. A
traveler in Alaska describes in vivid
style one of the short-day appearances
of the Arctic sun as follows:
"First a greenish glow on the south-
ern horizon, brightening Into lemon
and then into clear primrose, invades
the deep purple of the starry heavens.
Then a beautiful circle of blush pink
above a circle of pure amethyst gradu-
ally stretches all around the edge of
the sky, slowly brightening while the
stars fade, out and the heavens change
"The dead white mirror of the snow
takes every tint that the skies display
with a 'faint but exquisite radiance.
Then the sun's disk appears with a
flood of yellow light, but with no ap-
preciable warmth, and for a little
space hla level rays shoot out and gild
the tree tops and the distant hills.
"The snow springs to life. Dead
white no longer, Its dry, crystalline
particles glitter in myriads of dia-
mond facets with every color of the
prism. Then the sun Is gone, and
the lovely circle of rose pink over
amethyst again stretches round the
horizon, slowly fading until once more
the pale primrose glows In the south
against the purple sky with Its silver
He Knew That Money Talks.
He couldn't talk English, though per-
haps he understood a little, but he
knew a thing or two. He was riding
on a huckster's wagon past a public
school. His partner had gone Into a
house to sell some truck, and he was
learning the business. His clothes
were ragged and shabby, much like
those of the stage tramp. The chil-
dren started to jeer at him, making
remarks about his clothes. He seemed
to understand that they were making
fun of his clothes, so he reached In
his pocket and pulled out the bromldlc
"roll of bills that would choke a cow."
These bills he waved at the children,
for apparently he believed that money
would Insure respect, even if he did
have old clothes.
Put up enough fruit
and vegetables to
last until next spring
This is a banner fruit year. Prices are
low—lower than last year ; lower, in all
likelihood, than they will be next year.
Buy freely and put up enough to last
HINDI a" winter; not fruit only, but vegetables
Every dollar you invest now will save
you more than a dollar in the course of
the next twelve months.
You'll find nothing better in the way
of fruit jars than
E-Z Seal Jars
BEAUTY IN THE FAR NORTH g
Magnificent Displays of Color When
the Arctic Sun Shines for a
Absolutely air-tight. Absolutely sani-
tary. Fill! Adjust the rubber ring!
Put the all-glass top in place ! Snap the
spring seal! That is all there is to it.
Made of green glass to exclude the
Wtri mouth —so you can put in
plums, tomatoes, apples, pears, peaches,
etc., without cutting them in small
pieces. In that way flavor and freshness
Half pints, pints, quarts and half
Write for book of recipes. 20 pages,
(>0 recipes. Some by Marion Harland;
some by famous Virginia cooks.
HAZEL-ATLAS GLASS CO,
Wheeling, W. Va.
MADAM: Wouldn't your child/en bs a whole lot healthier if you
ga<i e them corn, beets, peat, tomatoes, string beam and other -vegetables at
freely in January as .// July ? You can do it by using E-Z Seal Jan.
A Russian doctor gives interesting
accounts of memory failure of some
of his patients. A literary man had
been troubled with absolute failure of
memory. He could remember exactly
anything he had done more than a
fear ago, but occurrences of later date
he had entirely forgotten. When at-
tacked by the disease he was engaged
In writing a novel, which he had half-
finished. He remembered the first
half, but could not tell how he had
Intended to finish it. He was at last
unable to remember whether he had
Standing In With the Doctor.
The wife of a surgeon In Baltimore
was one afternoon giving a bridge
party, when. Just before the guests be-
gan to arrive, she found that she had
not a sufficient number of chairs. In
her desperation she bethought herself
of a near-by undertaker who might be
willing to let her have a few of the
needed pieces. Bhe telephoned and
was horrified at the reply:
"Why, certainly, Mra. Smith. We'll
let yon have all you want at half-
price—the doctor gives as so much
Mrt. J. M. Remington, Lady Attendant
Day Phone 272 Nlghl Phone 315
Undertakers and Embalmers
Pari on: 120 North Bill St,
Day Phonm 371
Attention Is hereby called to the
city ordinances prohibiting the
shooting of fireworks, fire crackers,
blank pistols, dynamite caps or oth-
er explosives Inside tbe city limits.
The same will be strictly enforced.
0. C. HAWK,
28-St Chief of Police.
♦ ItIt.S. GALLAIIER & ♦
+ STOOKSRIUY ♦
♦ Specialists ♦
♦ Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. ♦
♦ Glasses Fitted. ♦
♦ Rooms I'M, 105 and 104 ♦
♦ Third Floor Mammoth Bldg. ♦
Shawnee, Oklahoma. ♦
Formerly under the exclus-
ive proprietorship of EARL
F0REAKF.R & BAKER
Popular Prices. Guaran-
teed Best Service
DILLON'S CAB & LIVERY
PHONE 75. 116-18 N. Union.
Loans Loans Loans
J. C. FISHER
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 252, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1914, newspaper, June 30, 1914; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92303/m1/3/: accessed July 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.