The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 241, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 22, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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rfelen Holmes Flirts With teath
in "The suiting of Jfruperstitlon Mine,'' 11th sensational episode in
-The (iirl and Hie (.linn," greatest of all railroad thrillers, AT
OI)EO> TODAY. also
Billie Ritchie in "Fdie Friends and Fire Alarms"
2 reel 'L-Ko feature comedy.
Oilcon Tomorrow—"Grafl," ilso Francis Kurd in "The Dumb llitn-
dit" and "Their Only Soil,'' Nestor comedy.
savoy "VANITY FAIR"
Today fiskein wriiiii i i nit*
magntfksent and elaborate visualization of the famous novel of
William Makepeace Thackeray,
in 7 parts. Adults only 10c; Children only 6c.
Savoy Thursday, Friday and Saturday — The Glersdorl Family — 8
I'eople, The musical treat of the season. A musical concert in
tabloid with special scenery, and effects. Feature pic-
ture. Bverett Butterneld and Mabel Trunelle in "The Mmfic Skin,"
Edison production. (
i.amb,'' Gold Rooster
Feature Friday—'Richard Carle in "Mary's
.Feature Saturday—Pauline Frederick in ulydla Gilmore," Famous
'Iayers-<Paramount Production. .... ,, .... , .
COZY "THE GRIP OF GOLD"
TODAY Biograph drama presenting Clair McDowell
You will enjoy this.
Anothcr Cartoon Comedy
Tomorrow and Every Thursday
"The Red Circle'
Tom Waldrep is a business visitor
Oklahoma City today.
K. W. Thurman is in Pauls Valley
today on business.
Phone I'M8 for taxlcab service
stand at City Cafe. 119 Bast Main.
Ro«e Th« wood.rful "Sunday Morning
George E. MoKlnnis went to Okla-
homa City yesterday to attend the re-
publican state convention.
Mrs. Braley was a visitor to Okla-
homa City yesterday.
1 have three pairs of east front
lots; modern district; will sell at
sacrifice. See me at Lake Hotel. J.
F. Smith. 20-3t
J. h. Ford of the Shawnee Milling
Co., went to 'New Orleans yesterday.
The Maccabees will meet with Mrs.
Jack Logan, 522 N. Market, Friday
afternoon. All members are request-
ed to be present.
$1,00 per dozen. Place your order
now for April delivery. Griggs, the
Florist. Phone 400. l -6t
Mrs. MoMullen who has been visit-
ing Mrs. G. OH'. Kerfoot. returned to
her home in Maud this morning.
Mrs. L. G. Pitman left Tuesday for
Claremore expecting to be gone two
or three weeks hoping that the min-
eral waters of that place may benefit
her health. A former sojourn there
proved quite beneficial.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crossan are
visiting in Oklahoma City .today.
Mrs. S. B. Penn discontinues her
work with the Splrello Corset Com-
pany. April 10. Please give your or-
der to me' early as possible. Phone
Roscoe Arrlngton went to Okla-
homa City this morning on political
HE'S A SHAWNEE MAS
And What He Says Will be Read W ith
Interest by Shawnee People.
Readers of the News-Herald all
know Mr. Walters.
When he tells an experience simply
for your benefit
There's no room for doubt.
iWhy experiment with such evidence
to go by?
If your kidneys need help
Profit by Mr. Walter's experience.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
What other kidney remedy offers
Shawnee proof of merit?
William Walters. 724 N. Aydelotte
St.. Shawnee, says; "My kidneys were
out of order and the kidney secretions
contained Pediment and passed too
frequently. I also had pains in my
back. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills
highly recommended. I began using
them. They stopped the pains and
made my kidneys normal."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills^the same that
Mr. Walters had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
There will be a called meeting of
the Rebekahs Thursday afternoon at
2:00 to make arrangements for the
funeral of Sister L. Russell. By or-
der of the NOBLE GiRAND.
A beautiful line of Boys' Cloth
Hats. See them. Fran.kel Bros.
JICXU J CRY IN .ROBBERY CASE.
The trial of the robbery case
against the nepress Mary Taylor in
district court Tuesday resulted in a
Men's Overalls. Safety Block Brand,
a good union made overall, 98c. at
Frankel Bros. 22-tf
C. W. Briles. president of the State
Xormal at Ada was a visitor in the
Don't fail to see me if you want
mv lots at bargain. J. F. Smith, Lake
Kent Ownbey is a visitor to Okla
lioma City today.
I Don Bggerman returned from Ok
Ilahoma City this morning.
OI.D PAPERS FOR SALE. 5c PER
BI NDI.E, AT T1IE NEW S-ll Kill VI.II
Speed Rains left for Ponca City
and Blackwell on a business trip of
Baldwin and Carlton will move
their law office April l, 19116 to 112%
North Hroadwav over City Meat
Market. Shawnee, Okla. 22-10t
i One Flanagan was seized with a
fancy that two Mexicans in towi
i were deserters from the Mexlcai
army, and lie urgently requested Pa-
trolman Bill Gentry Tuesday night to
| arrest them as such. The sequel was
! that the officer took all three In cus-
tody, and later at the police station
the two Mexicans were released,
I while the complainant K.magan was
held on -a charge of drunkenness.
location on town site.
Slam rook, Okla.. .\iar<h u. Phi
Slick Oil company has made a loca-
tion for a Bartlesville sand well In
the southeast corner of the Sham-
rock townsite. on the northwest forty
acres of the northeast of section
33-17-7. When the townsite was laid
off drilling locations were reserved
by the companies holding the oil
leases on the land, so that It would
not be necessary to drill on townlots.
It is on one of these locations that
Slick is drilling. His location is
only a quarter of a mile west of the
big Shaffer Bartlesville well, brought
In this week.
We Want Your Farm
and City Loans
At reasonable rates and terms.
You get all you borrow; no
Our insurance department is
up-to-da*.e and complete in all
iWe ^.n Mil you a home, email
pay ant down, and the balance
in kunthly payments, just like
rent. Also have a few real
bargains in farms.
See. write or phone us.
10t> N. Bell St.
Make Thrift a Household Word
Teach the children to be thrifty. Habits
formed in childhood are not apt to change
in after years. The key opening box of
ShinolA with more than fifty shines and a
ShinoiA HOME SET
for polishing is an outfit
unequalled for economy
BLACK TAN— WHITE
At all dealers —Take no substitute.
SHINE WITH StWttlA AND SAVE
Tube roses. 45 cents n dozen.
Dahlias. 7."> cents n dozen and up.
( annas, 50 cents u dozen and up.
We have the very best varieties and
first-class \«. 1 bulbs.
Hume 1(H), (irigKs. the Horist. ^
Porter Skinner of Wanette wai
among the visitors overnight.
Indigestion. One package
proves it. 25e at all drugg'.st'.
For Drug Store Needs
Free Dslivfy, 8:30 am to 3 30 pm
Palace l)ru(| Ci.
H. T. Chrlsney, PiOp.
■SAVE YOUR TIME!
A full line of Sleeve Aprons at 49c.
Frankel Bros. 22-tf
Are you feeding your baby chicks
nnre sweet and clean chick feed?
Okla chick feed is the B0ST on
the market. We deliver. Clarke a
Seed Store. Phone 140. 20-tt
The Ladies Aid Society of the First
Christian church will give a chicken
pie dinner Saturday, the 25th. begin-
ning at 11:30 in the building for-
merly occupied by iW. A. Wright.
*1.00 per dozen. Place your order
now for April delivery, (iriges. the
I Florist. Phone 400. 19-St
I ,T. P. Copp was here from Hailey-
I ville on Rock Island business.
Read what the 19th edition Umted States
Dispensatory (page 253), the guiding authority for
chemists, druggists, and physicians, says about the
drug caffeine, of which there is about 2 l -2 grains in
the average cup of coffee.
"Given in large dose to the lower
animals, caffeine produces hur-
ried respiration, restlessness,
slightly lowered followed by a
markedly elevated temperature,
tetanic and clonic convulsions,
progressive paralysis, and finally
death from paralytic arrest of res-
Although man is stronger and more resistant;
it is a well known scientific fact that caffeine, in cot
' fee, is a frequent cause of headache, nervousness,
biliousness, heart flutter and many other ills.
Not at one large dose, but by little ones repeated regularly does th s subtle habit forming
drug get in its work, and, sooner or later, many coffee drinkers suffer.
^ Before that time comes, suppose you make a personal test-quit coffee ten days and use
V Made of wheat and a little wholesome molasses, this famous pure food drink has a rich,
snappy flavour much l.ke that of mild, high grade coffee, and it contains no drug or other harm-
There are two forms of Postum. The original Poslum Cereal must be boiled;
Instant Postum IS the original Postum reduced to soluble form; a level teaspoonful in a
r cup of botltng water makes a perfect cup instantly. Both forms are equally delicious, and the
cost per cup is about the same.
The change from coffee to Postum is pleasant as well as highly beneficial, and with the
belter health that comes with freedom from caffeine, the drug in your coffee, you'll know
Attention is called to the new
a combination vacuum and carpet
6weeper with brush. It operates as
satisfactorily as any machine bearing
the Biseell's trade mark. Xo home
is complete without a Vacuum Sweep-
er. It removes the dust, the dirt and
the germs. Saves time, labor and
worry. If you love your wife you
will buy her a Vacuum Sweeper. Try
the new Bissell's Household Vacuum
Stone Hardware Co.
HAIR® CHRONIC C0ITUH. .
Made Well by Delicious Vinol.
Crestline, Ohio.—"I contracted i
ha d. chronic cough, and was weak
nervous and run down. 1 have a
small family of three, and it was
hard for me to do my work. 1 took
different medicines without benefit.
Finally I heard about Vinol. and it
has restored me to health and
strength, my cough is all gone and 1
feel fine."—Mrs. H. H. Carlisle.
We guarantee Vinol, our delicious
cod liver and iron tonic without oil.
for chronic coughs and colds, and
for all weak, nervous, run-down con-
Lion Drug Co., Wallace Mann,
Prop., Union and Main street, and
at leading drug stores everywhere.
T. J. MdNamara Is here from
WE BUY FDR CASH
Your castaway clothes. We call to
♦ MORTUARY. ♦
Mrs. L. Russell.
Xews was received in Shawnee
j Wednesday of the death at Sapulpa
Of Mrs. L. Russell, formerly a resi-
dent of this city, who succumbed to
an attack of paralysis. Her son. L.
J. 'Russell, who lives here, left this
morning for Sa.pulpa. The body will
be brought to Shawnee Thursday for
interment in Fairview by the side of
James Connors, aged Hi. son of
Harry Connors, switchman on the
/Rock Island, parsed away alt li.be
home in Mavwood Addition Monday
| night at 8 o'clock. The funeral was
held Wednesday morning at 10
| o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Kane,
followed by interment in Fairview.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
ble Compound Helped Her.
West Danby, N. Y.— "I have had i
nervous trouble all my life until I took j
Lydia E. Pinkham's j
V egetable Com- I
pound for nerves
and for female trou-
bles and it straight-
ened me out in good
shape. I work nearly
all the time, as wo
live on a farm and I
have four girls. I do
all my sewing and i
other work with
their help, so it
shows that I stand it real well. I took
the Compound when my ten year old
daughter came and it helpe 1 me a lot.
I have also had my oldest girl take it
and it did her lots of good. I keep it in
the house all the time and recommend
it."—Mrs. Dewitt Sincebaugh, West
Danby, N. Y.
Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabil-
ity, backache, headaches, dragging sen-
sations, all point to female derange-
ments which may be overcome by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ingredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for forty
years proved to be a most valuable tonic
and invigoratorof the female organism.
Women everywhere bear willing testi-
mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
C has. E. ^ ells
r'ri.chce in all couiu
Elks. Bids Phone 3^4
All kinds of trees for sale. The
season is late. Better place your or-
ders today. r "ioni 766-1. K. C PIN-
HAVE COLOR IN YOUR CHEEKS
Be Better Looking—Take
If your skin Is yrllow—romple*lo«k
pallid—lonpfue coated — appetite poor—
von have a bad tuftt.i in your mouth—*
lazy, no-good feeling—you should t;i*•
I")r. Etl wards' Olive Tablets—a sub-
stitute lor eulomel—were prepared by
Dr. Edwards nfter 17 years of study
with his patients.
r r. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a pure-
ly veRetublo compound tnlx<d with olive
till. You will know them by their olive
If you want a clear, pink skin, brig;!*
eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy
like childhood days, you must get at the
l)r. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on the
liver and bowels like calomel—yet have urn
dangerous after efT its.
They start the bile and overcom© etm-
stlpatlon. That's why millions of boxes
are sold annually at 10c and 25c per bo*.
All druggists. *
I Take one or two nightly and note the
pleasing results. ^
i The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, ti.
FISH Fresh Cat
MEEK ANI3 COMPANV
"There's a Reason"
Grocers everywhere sel! Postum.
Tube roses, 'J.t rents u dozen.
Dahlias. 7.1 eenls 11 dozen and up.
(annas, 50 cents a dozen and up.
We lime the very best varieties and
first-class Vn. I bulbs.
Phone 41(0. Griggs, the Florist.
"YES. I THINK SO."
Most any good soap will do. but
Ked Cross Ball Blue is the only blue.
Makee the greatest difference. My
1 clothes are a dream—snowy white.
I can't use liquid blue Xo. not me.
I Uive me Red Crose Ball Blue and
I I'll show you some beautiful clothen.
IJETTEB KKAll, ESTATE
MOV KM KM' OOMOTCU
"There's lots of real estate chang-
ing hande today," remarked a real
estate man, having reference to the
!du t blown hither and yon by tihe
I "Yes. but Juat wait till we dis-
cover a little more oil," remarked an-
other. "Tliat will settle It and start
a real estate movement riglit."
Tickets on sale dw|y
March £5 to PVpril 14
■prom SHAWNEE, OKI-A.
This rite applies to newly all
points in Rrixona California.,Oregon.J
Libera.! stop allowed
Up to date Pullman tourist
sleepers and free reclining chair j
cars to California daily
Personally conducted "Tourist |
sleepers three times aweek.
Fred Harvey me .U
For particulars write orcall
W. L. INGHAM. Agent,
A nd Ferns
Come Out And
See 1 hem
Fresh high grade garden seeds;
tested for germination.
A complete line of spring flower- |
Rhubarb, asparagus, horseradish, |
artichoke, the best varieties.
The leading line of flower seeds,
both in bulk and package.
Liberal discount to the contestant
in the vacant lot or home garden. •
We give liberally in premiums to I
all purchasing seeds at our store.
We have the largest stock to select
from, and our 14 years experience is
at your service. More and better
seeds for your m«ney. Phone your
order. We deliver.
Clarke's Seed Store
PHOVE 140. CI.A1IKE & KELLER.
Reliance Machine Works
J. C. Wilkiiison, Prop.
Gener?l Machine Shop Won
Phone 263 122 N. Eeari
The most reliable trans-
fer and storage company
in town is the
In its new location >1
106 W. Main Street
R. F. McFarling
registered French draft stal-
mammoth Jack, are now at
Bolton's barn, west of New
Hope school house, eight inile*
southwest of the city, tor the
C Abtrnatby Idwtid Howell
Abernathy and Howell
Elk« Building Pbon# 120
Contractors, builders and
house repairing. Call us for
your screen work.
Phoic Day or Mght 189.
Shop 703 F. Main.
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The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 241, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 22, 1916, newspaper, March 22, 1916; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92452/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.