The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 241, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 22, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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F/ve Facts You Should Knozv
(1) That disease ia the result of a disordered condition.
(2) That when we correct tfe disordered condition, we eliminate the
(3) That the blood la the carrier of poisons throughout the body. M\
(4) That to successfully treat any disease originating In the blood, we t 't
have to treat the blood, as the cause. 1/
(5) That S. S. 8. la the most reliable remedy for removing Impurities }/
from the blood. I \
9 8. 8 Is do experiment oI to- j Poison, chronic skin trouble, or any IJ
i day, bat la a successful remedy fo; other form of blood trouble. 8. 8. 8.
'the blood that has been a blessing Ko directly to the seat of the \/^
to thousands of sufferers for th< trouble; giving the blood a thor-
laat fifty years. There la nothing cleansing, driving out the im-
mysterioua about 8 8. 8. It la an j purlt,®« In a natural way, and leav-
extract from natlre herbs, root. *hf b!^ v,"^'l°d,Te re'^i-
• . . # ' ready to do ita full duty In building
r^,' , , "own i?r the tissues up to a normal aid heal-
liar medicinal value. These lnirre- | thy 8,t!e. Begin today on a bottle
dlenta combine and act In a bene- 0t 8 8 3. and note how soon yon
Iclal and helpful way with nature, will begin to feel relief. We will
It doesn't matter whether your i gladly give special advice and free
case of blood trouble Is one of the consultation. If you are In doubt
many forms of Rheumatism, or Ca- j about the nature of your oAse. write
tarrb, 8crofula, Contagious Blood' Medical Department, Room 7J
THE SWIFT 8PECIF1C COMPANY, ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
T*t jmrr s*temc CD
Aurora Store, Inc.
ri THINK about it
We wish to remind you
that the enrollment In
Will close within the next lew days
If you have not ' e'ome a iih ml>i r, w>* sug-
gtjtt tliat you consider s'TiO'inly <loing so N'-O-VV
We are ho thoroughly convinced that .t is a
"'good thing" for everybody that wo arc en-
thusiastic and are anxious to make the Cluh a
Banner Club in jioint of niemberehip.
We would like to have you and your
among those to whom we will i.-me
ju-1 hefon- Chrhtii! is.
fi i' n<'8
Consider the proposition now.
Get all the particulars then
We would be glad to have you enjoy
p| Shawnee National Bahk j
NoTrouble^To Answer Questions
been held up by the police boat* of ;
the aiiied power*--yet nee which in ;
January. 1916 was 4.9 cents per
;*>und today brings lv.2 centa. Mnt-
ton, the principal meat consumed In j
Greece was 10 cents a pound a year
ago; now it fetches cents—and j
Greece supplies her own mutton and
to spare. Iie«f was cents; now j
it is 21 cents a pound. Pork was 12-2 j
cents; now it is 19 cents; chiokens j
were 58 cent*,, now they bring 72
cents—and the beef, pork and chick-
ens consumed in Greece are raised
in Greece. FYesh fish, in a country
where fishing is one of the leading
occupations, brought 13 1-2 to fifteen
cents a year ago—and now from 76
cents to $1.08.
Onions for the peasant's soup cost
1-3 cents per pound in January. 1915;
today the peasant must pay 4^ cents
per pound—or eat his soup unfav-
ored. liread. when it caji be had at
all, which is by no means always and
even then only after hours of wait-
ing in line before the bakeries, is 4.3
cent* a pound against 3.4 cents a
pound a year ago.
HEAVY *EAT KATEKS
WAVE SLOW KIDNEYS
A "A STORE FOR EVERYBODY" | J
105 EAST MAIN STREEl
Ladies' 3kirts. "well made
and the newest styles.
Klaok and white check aad
*11 wool serge, values up to
13 50. Thursday. Friday and
Special - for Thun-day, Friday and Saturday—three days of bargain feast-
ing. While everything in the house has always been bargains, yet we are
going to make these days of each week an extra bargain feast. Remember
Thursday, Friday and Saturday o! each week for specials at the Aurora
Mens High Grade Shirts,
coat style and perfect fit-
ting and fast colors. Val-
ues up to 85c. 91.15 and $1.40
which 'we offer for Thurs-
day. Friday and Saturday
63c, 79c and
To Overcome Eczema
PRICES or FOOD
IN GHEECF. MAKE
It) Ah ho elated Pre**.
Athens, Feb. L'0.—'"Greece is much
more likely to be starved into war j watery nnd it does
than Germany is to be starved out of otkerH fail it i* the
le « m<*al i(, you feel Hack-
achy or hate Hladder
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionally
ays a well-known authority. Meat
(orms uric acid which excites the
kidneys, they become overworked
fn m the strain, get sluggish and
:.i.i to filter the waste and pojuons
-ood. then we get sli k
.Neany a.! rheumatism, headaches,
liver trouble, nervousness, dizziness,
sleeplessness and urinary disorder*
come from sluggish kidneys.
Phe moment you feel a dull ache
in the kidneys or your back hurts
or if the urine is cloudy, offensive,
full of sediment, irregular of pas-
sage or attended by a sensation of
scalding, stop eating meat and get
ibout four ounces of Jad Salts from
any pharmacy; take a tablespoon-
ful in a glass of water before
breakfast and in a few days your
kidneys will act fine. This famous j
-alts is rrade from the acid of
, grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia. and has been used for
generations to flush and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize the
' acids >n urine so it no longer caus-
I ?s Irritation; thus, ending bladder
Jad Salts is inexpensive and can-
not injure; makes a delightful ef-
fervescent lithla-water drin'i which Ka\T—.Neat bungalow for
.-veryone ihould take now and tlier, amall flmU>. 1J4lJ E whlttaker. $10
I to keep the kidneys clean and active m monlll. phone 438 or 43'j.K.
and the blood pure, thereby avoid 1(17-22-34
ing serious kidney ^omplica ions
Never before has such beautiful hats been
shown Large hats trimmed in flowers,
very drefsy and the small shapes are most
popular. We have them at prices to suit
evtry purse. For Thursday, Fiiday and
Saturday we will offer hats worth to $0 for
$2.50, S3.00 and $4.00. \\ e have misses'
and children's hats at the right prices.
Fancy Silk Stripped Shirting, suit-
able for dre«6es. waists and men's
shirt£, yard wide, worth 69c yard,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Yard wide Serge In all colore,
worth 60c yard. Thursday. Friday and
A "A STORE FOR EVERYBODY" j ■
IftS FAST Tiff AIV ^TDPPT
105 EAST MAIN STREET
'QUI '3JQ1S BJQJny
WANTED—<.lean cotton rags at
once, News-Herald office* 21-3t
WAXTM)—A competent girl for
general housework. Call at 325 N.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. No washing. 710 X. Louisa.
WASTED—Clean cotton ra#s at
once. News-Herald office. *l-2t
K(JH RENT—Furnished southeast
rooms in modern home. Prices rea-
sonable. 208 N Beard. 103-20-31
KOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
modern rooms, first floor. 43-1 N. WANTED—To b6ard a few chil-
Philadelphia. 83-17-6t dren, ages from 4 to 12 years. Good
FOR RENT—eour room furnished recominendation. Call at 245 South
modern house, also housekeeping Pennsylvania. 97-19-3t
rooms. 418 W. 11th. Phone 776. I WANTED—To buy old houses. Aleo
67-13-tf raise and move houses. Phone 431-R.
k," said a prominent official of tlie
present (ireek government to the As-
sociated Press correspondent. The
expression Ik scarcely accurate, for
w^iile the price of ordinary commodi-
ties of life, and especially foodstuff®,
have in many instances doubled and
In virtually all instances greatly in-
creased in the past year, the fault ig
largely *rith Greece. If there be #eri-
lung Trouble Yielded
lo This Medicine
If you «r - mifferlng with Lung Trouble,
or If you know of unfortunate per-
n il) Mi! nffli« t •«! would vou tnke the
troniiU. . f fnllr Invi> 11ir>«time n medlclnt
which h>f hro itfht Bliout complete re-
on i-Ic a nuinlicr of very KerlouK cbuch?
To I f krnf r. m Alterative, n r« tm*dy for
Throat mnl I.un* Trouble* haa lieen
j,"viii the fulbut .-n*dlt <>f rntorliiff health
In a lart"' nnmher of <a e«. I(i-n.| thl*:—
Glrard Am-. Phlla., Pt.
a •' ■ w nit. •- nf rI
h-™ • f f- • \>y
I'neumoiiln. ami later by l<UDR Trouble.
It: tin* winter Of 11 OI I had rough night
S«re*t4. f#«ver and ralweil quantltleN of
awful looking «tu(T an>l Inter I had many
bemorrhflge«: nt one time three In three
min< -hi- day a Milk and rgga becam*
ao diMtiinteful I could keep nothing down
Three |ihyalrlnnH trented me I waa or
deed to the mountain*, but did not go.
Fckiuan'a Alterntlfe wn« recommended
liv i friend After taking n nmall quan-
tity I bad the flrat quiet night's aleep for
nee lew M v Improvement waa marked
from the tlrwt I gained strength and
weight nnd appetite. I never had another
hemnrrbace nnd iny cough gradually les-
sened until entirely gone I am perfectly
(Affidavit) ANNIK K T/)UOHRAN
(Above abbreviated; more on requeat )
r.rkmnn'n Alterative haa been proven by
many yenr*' te«t to be moat efficacious
fur severe Thront and l<uns Affections,
I'ronchltla. Hronrhlal Anthma, Htubborn
Coldi nnd In upl>u|ld1nif tin- ayatein.
Contnlnn n<i narcotb a polaona or habit-
formlnir dmr* A*k for Imoklet felling
nf rrcoverlew and write to Kckman
l.aboratory, Philadelphia, Ta., for evl-
dence Kor aale hr all leading drugglata
rnnnri* or twiuw • «
Never mind bow often you have tried
and fuiled, you can Ktup burning, itching
i i/.l inn qoioklx bjr «ppurin| a iii lie aemo
furnished by unv druggint for '£> . Extra
large bottle, ^l.Otl. Healing begins the
moment zemo is applied. In a short time
UHually e\ery trace of pimplea, black
Im ids, raah, >rny. totter and similar
-l.;ii ilix-nses Will l e r« IU'A
For clearing the skin and making it
vigorouxly healthy,^rno is an exceptional
remedy. It is not greasy, sticky or
not Htain. When
Second Hand Furniture, Clothing
and Shoes Wanted. Right prices pai-d.
Phone 226. l- tf.
ASK FOR and GE1 i trance. 116 East &th.
i TOR REST — Newly furnished j LOST—Ball Special open face gold
■downstairs rooms. witU private en-: watch, smooth case. Return to News-
l'\JK RH.NT — Furnished cottage, j
ea^t front, garden. Also modern fur-
| iiiehed rooms. 328 .V. Philadelphia.! LOST—One navy blue
Photm 178-J, Sg-12-tf ^kirt addressed to 410 S. Park
_ TOR RB.VT—Rooms nicely fur- :urn to Blaln's. Get reward.
Cheap sabatitutes cost YOU same price. nished for housekeeping. 502 North 110-22-3t
— j I'nion. Phone 66S-J. 35-9-tf
C. M. <'ade returned this morning
IX)ST—(,'ameo broocn pin. Return
to 226 N. Beard and receive reward.
ineut for nil skin troubles.
geao, (ii \ei«nd.
oUrt discomfort in the country it Is I ">abta Pe
quite as much due to bad internal business
management an to the mastery of tne
Mediterranean maintained by the
'ranco-lirlMsh fleet. The "starving"
pro< e, ti. therefore, is much more apt
to lead to trouble for the present
Greek cabinet than, unaccompanied
by any other circumstance, to
< reece'.s en'orced participation in the
hor the common people of Greece
the situation Is rapidly growing des-
perate. The streets of Athens are
alive with beggars. The island of
Samoa -is in a state of sporadic re-
volt. Pireus and Patras have had
disquieting demonstrations of popu-
lar discontent under the increased
cost of living. While a million and
a quarter pounds of potatoes rot on
the ground in Thessaly for lack of
transport, the price of potatoes in
Athene has risen from 24 cents to
4,H ccnU a pound in the last year.
Yet the second attempt to fix max-
imum prices of foodstuffs, which
went into effect at the end of Janu-
ary and which is supposed to be rig-
orously enforced by the police, set
the wholesale price of potatoes at
3 1-5 cents a pound; maximum, and
the retail price at 4 cents a pound.
Potatoes today, therefore, cost 12
times the legal price and double the
market price of a year ago, though
there is no lack of potatoes within
a day's *all of Athens.
It l* much tne same with almost
every other article of food normally
within reach of people of moderate
means. No cargoes of rice have
from Oklahoma City.
oroH! pais, pais:
I FOR SAIjB—tSmall residence. 50 'by
the 142 ft-, well located, east side. Part
on cash balance like rent. Address 1
Owner. 1331 E lVth St. 92-lJMSt! ,ub ,.ain „ilf|lt 0u"t ,v||h Smal|
— j TOR SAUB—-Reasonable, Piano 1 Trial llollle of Old. Penetrat
I nearly new. mahogany case. Leaving j ing "Si. Jacob's OH."
City. Call between 12 and 2 P- m- 4311
Market 80-l<)-6t j Rheumatism is "pain only." Not
Face Powder 11—Maxwell runabout in (one case in fifty requires internal
go. d condition. Phone 400. 7-14-tf! treatment. Stop drugging. Rub
(In Cr..n Boxtt Only) ! FOR SAl.ilO—One two horse wagon j °0"1'ng, penetrating "St. Jacob's
and one good work horse. William- ''''' into your sore, stiff, ach-
. son-Ha.-ell-Krazler Co lll-22-3t ln^ Joints and muscles, and relief
1 FOU SAIiE—Cood horse, weighs!comea tasUntly. "St. Jacob's Oil"
alH.ut \m lbs. Inquire 220 Nonth |18 a "armless rheumatism care
Soft nnd velvety. Money back If not en-
tirely pleased. Nndine Is pure and harm-
less. Adheres until washed off. Prevents
sunburn and return of discolorat'ona.
An:'! t tr,! ^ pr 1 its
Tints: Flesh, P'nk. Brunette, Whit *
^ 9y Tot let Counter a or Mail, 50c. ^
National Toilet Company, Paris, Tenn.
l*X)R SALK —One house, three pairs
of close in lots at big bargain If taken
at once. Terms, sell one pair, or
all. See me at Lake Hotel. J. F.
FOR SAIJH—Pure Nancy Hall seed
Armstrong, (Santa Fe tele-'ftWeet I)t)taU>e8.. ^-00 P«r bushel at
phone inspector is in Shawnee to-
day on business.
Charlie McXeal is a buMnews vis-
itor In Meeker today.
the house. No deliveries. \V. H,
Scott, 400 South Draper and Farrall.
, Phone 3H-R. 102-20-6t
A I)u Lolt was here today from Ma
FOR SAIIjB—Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Red baby chicks, 10 cents
each. H. S. Gregory. 1130 North
Tucker Phone 1016-R. 72-14-tf
which never disappoints and can
^>ot buru the skin.
Umber up! Quit complaining!
Get a t-mall trial bottle of old, hon-
est "St. Jacob's Oil'' at any drug
store, and in just a moment you'll
be free from rheumatic pain, sore-
ness. stiffness and swelling. Don't
suffer! Relief awaits you. "St.
Jacob's Oil" has cured millions of
rheumatism sufferers in the last
half century, and in just as good for
s-ciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, back-
FOR SAIjE—Residence and two
— ! Lots at No. 719 North Klckapoo street,
C D. Crawford of Cushing was here | lx>w price and good terms. Address
CHICHESTER S PILLS
TIIK DIAMOND IIHAND. A
I.miI l<-a I Ask ymur l rufgUt *.* A\
' 0* fepsMBrs^/Ax
KrS ' I (.old i
Mated with IIIim
j founts llrothers, I^awyers, McAlester,
I Oklahoma. 40-10-lmo.
east front rwi-
or will trade
Taka • other Huy f to.
praffW- AtkfirCin ClfeK.TKBS
IIIAMond IIIM.M) I'll.I H. i , a j
ye M k DOW* It B«l.Safest. AlRdlal.l*
SOI D BY DRUGGISTS EVERVWSLKF
KOK SALB— Two
| deuce lot> on N. Park
] In as part payment on small residence
property. Address J. P., oare News-
Business and Professional Directory
E. C. SUn rd. j H. Hahl. C
8TANARD, WAHL and ENNIS
attorneys at law,
a t o
Rooms j to «, Orer CoaterraUve Loid
lla North Broadway,
SHAWNEE OIL MILL
Manufacturer! High-Grade Cottoi
8«ed Products. Mills at Shaw-
nee, Ada and Calvin, Okla.
J. D. Ljdlck. D. S. K,fWr ,aa.
LYDICK and EGGERMAK
>" atlonal llank
•ealtj uiiil lmestmeat Ca.
LOANS AM) IX8URANCI .
Day Phone, 104.
Night Phones, is and
*ookr.pace rrRjiiTini cs
General Blacksmithing, Rubber I ires, Awnings and Sleeping
Porches a tyecialty.
Phone 159 123 N. Broadway
F\)R SAJ..E—First class piano, ma
hogany case. Red Ball Transfer. 132
S. Union. Phone 777. 25-tf
Uidtrtakers and Embalnwrs
PhIoc: 120 N Bell S(. D.y Ptioo. 371
Night Pt.oiic. W. E. Guklll, 850
Fot Ambulance Pkov 365
Phone No. 44
lies. Phone No. isl
NOAH P. KEENE, M. D. <
Private Sanilariuin, 210 and 212 N. Broadway
(Over I oslollice) Shawnee, Okla.
MetotTvapormaendU CtrlcKh °' "h \fP6C'alty' Hot f'r
the Blood and Thmwuii t and °*y°ilne Treatment tor 4
Galvanic .nd Feradlc. with ^^ru'ptfon6.00 Ex^lnatZ F^"'
not°tolfroved In onT ^eek" w'^g'Je 'vou ' bt>°?rd treatmen'' "
and you auit Ev« „n.i, ' y ack one-half your money
"d 'Zst m.ed6 r°;ra«n JuMnt1::/,",o much Eye# te9ted
cure Appendicitis ,E th'^Mf. \ye&r" 'or *B 00- We
addiction: Piles Fistula Anal and iiS «^g' tobacco and &lcohrfl'/
" write to us. Rectal Diseases. Come in. or
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