The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 355, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 8, 1916 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE DA ITT NEWS-HERALD
TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8, 1916
Shawnee Daiiy News-Herald
the pot office a- - :a*nef; '
der tne act of March
TIIK \EWS-HEKAf.P PUBLISHING
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hditurial Mail: Howard Parker,
Editor A K Fell. City Alitor.
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Treasurer, L. I ranston. bookkeeper;
A. I). Martin. AdrertisLng.
Mechanical Department: Wm. '•
While, foreman. Kraut K.
^>Koremarn"',Kiha A. W«lk«r.
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CAPITAL & SURPLUS
J\ Wh^are Swee^ rag
1 every- c i v 11 s is d ' JR "
j You"! be interested in the
i actual burning tests by wfcid!
our denonst/itors are proving
the purity of Sweit
ma. Acue. Pimples,
i Cuts, Burns, Boils,
d old Sores that re-
al Every box puar-
fuse to heal. Every b©J
Sold by Drug Stores.
I am satisfied with one profit;
I sell EASTMAN FILMS
And will DEVELOP FREE ALL
Films bought of me when
prints are ordered.
(Keep your eye on Bell St.)
OIIHKIO \ I lO\s Oh \
MKK I LABAMIAN.
rd will be m
ide. Count i
appear in the columns of the
hHerald will be gladly corrected
upon its being brought to the atten-
tion of the publisher.
',-H it, "the truth
help you God."
^|Now. I hope you all will pardon
_ - .. .. - — - my intrusion or rather Mbuttini*m,M
tl.Ui.KAL KOAD8 AMI DEFENSE. hut 1 want to submit this article to
?he generai public, and Mr Cobb In
Jg rtra «rvc:
« Ot a vast sum on federal high- ™ , Z.X
ways went through on«r«a. It fa ^ ^ Qr no( ,
measure ha" been so drafted that the would be able to pU-e -"y constl,^
several stales extensions of roadt ency and grow to be a great, Ig
need not be interfered with nor noted commander o my only weapon
checked nor the habit necessarily to frame public opinion b> the dex-
crrafed of running to the national irons wielding of my scepter of
^ win. CW, inrtdoifknow the foil extent
aarsnar £ s i
long way in I he direction of that cen leans, but lets admit that It .1
trafi/atlon of power and the use of usually bad Then lets take as a con-
revenue gathered from taxes which soling event that however bad was
"elder statesmen' deprecated. It could have been worse a.ill he
would oppose were they in of- experience of Galveston and old Fath-
"h wked to name any one factor M. once upon at.me.not.o very
more than another that has hastened lang ago. went to PensacoU Ha.,
this extension of the national taxing
and spending power ao as to include
turn lions pr-vioiitly . lineigned 10 the * ">'
slates and to local communities, the! would risk
er springing to most persons
• sand fiddlers" on the beach; they ments of 25 per cent each, payable
can run forwards or sideways, or in one, two, and three years respec-
backways. and they dart into cellars tively from date of sale; the pur-
and stay there until old Equinox be-' chasers of any ot the above mentioned
haves himself more humanely, lands to pay 5 per cent interest per
Now, all newspapers have an influ- annum on all deferred payments. Bids
em e one way or another, and the by mall must be accompanied by cer-
editors ought to be very careful bow tified checks or bank drafts for !•>
they talk or act. For instance, I am per cent of amount of bids Where
.11 the meat market business at pres- bouses or other valuable improve-
ent and I had complaint from a lady ments are located on the timber lands
customer that the meat 1 sent her '.r on the surface of the segregated
was not sweet and good, but I knew 1 oal and asphalt lands, the same will
that it was Iresh, and I began to in-|be sold with the timber land or with
vestigate to find where the trouble | the surface of the segregated coal
came from, and I trailed along the and asphalt land as the case may be,
path where I had Just went over, and I at not less than the combined ap-
I found a copv of "The Appeal to praised value, said improvements to
Reason" laying near the path, and 1 be paid for in full at time of sale,
knew that the passing by or coming The right to reject any and all bids
in contact with that thing would Is reserved.
cause anything to spoil. Detailed information including de
in stock, well known new
pianos, at low prices, on easy
terms. Some fine bargains in
pianos in hot July to the new
Walcott Hotel, the Rebekah
Lodge and three Shawnee fam-
S. M. Johnson
106 W. Main.
Business and Professional Directory
E C. Stanard. J. H. Wahl. C. R. Ennii.
STANARD, WAHL & ENNIS
Attorney* at Law.
Rooms 1 to 6, Over Conservative Loan CompaDy.
i. D. Lydlek. D. G. Kirirerman
LYDICK & EGGERMAN
Rear National Bank of
Realty and Investment Co.
Loans and Insurance
LONGMIRE DRAPER CO.
Day Phone, 105.
Night Phones, 139 and 70.
p gee MOORE-PACE
General Llaoksmithins., Hubber Tires, Awnings and Sleep-
ing Porches a specialty.
Phone 459 123 N. Broadway
MOORE-GASKILL UNDERTAKING CO.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
—Parloi 120 N. Bell St Day Phone iS71 —
Night Phone, W. E. Gaskill 850
For Ambulance, Phone 3o5
And again, as wrapping paper has
become so expensive, we some times
use newspapers for wrapping articles
in. and I sent out a nice fresh loaf
bread and pretty soon the lady
scriptive lists or circulars concerning
the lands and in regard to the dates,
places, conditions and terms of sale
rnay be obtained from the Superin-
tendent for the Five Civilized Tribes,
oi oreao anu picnj ..... -----
phoned to me that the bread was all Muskogee, Oklahoma.
molded and cankered; «0 1 again be- Maps and plats may also he ob-
gan to diagnose the case, and I dis- tained from said Superintendent at a
covered that I had through careless- cost of from 25c to 50c each
ness I for I knew better) wrapped it , ,
up In a leaf of "The Menace." , Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Well, we can't alwaya sometimes j wuc
tell when we are doing the best or i - "■
raying ih- things that will not breed IK TOO KAT flKT ....
scabs over our eyes. MUKfc HtbMltl
Hut I am of the candid opinion that |
lie Modenste in Your Diet and He-
mine told me that I
my "moskito bars'
but I decided that I
[>t down there I came to an
lips would probably be. "The kutomo- ] immediate conclusion that Instead of
bUe. When the irmy of owners of '"keeter bars" I was In dire need of
the countless cars get behind a pro- . .
lect it has to move, if only In a clr-1 Well, when I came west I began
de.' Manufacturers of automobiles «<> walk leisurely along: «he stree.of
and the owners of automobiles want shawnee as I had dom bai k home,
g^d roads from the Atlantic to the and 1 got run oyer by he fleety
.. 1/4 ,ltl,i frrtm ihc Twin Cities of * rowds of hurrying populace, and
X^ulo'^^Ind^are when . crawled off the sidewalk and
likely to get them In the near future, lifted myself up to see who was
The war department will get civilian -hat was so carelessly concerned
aid Just at this Juncture of history, about my welfare, the people who ran
in us plan that these federal roads over me was a whole block away and
be laid out with some regard to lull- turning the corner, because they
Itary strategy, and that the federal! «'i<!n*t have time to stop and see about
and state authorities Join In making me.
the Investment mean as much as pos- A real estate dealer was over in
Bible to the national forces In any 'he river bottoms showing a( P"' P« ;
time of need A concrete case of op- live buyer some valuable land, an-
portunlty is the team work that I It wa„ at a time when the river was
Texas Arizona and New Mexico low. and the dealer was Impressing
might' perform, aided by the nation. I upon the other fellow how much
In getting a road built along the money he could coin by| waV of >'>K
southern border, where, in case of crops and cotton anil telling him that
future friction with .be neighbor on the river was always under good be-
R<ml,'etrg'uketl0tnhe"aUcm.y°anS fellow l^e^ay w ™ irees and
ease Z'T ST demand. -w mud and Irash Ibal bad collected
up there, and he asked him what that
i i*porn \ iti i ( VI K meant. 'Oh," said the agent, "that
1 ' is where the hogs rubbed against the
A six-months-old calf was recently ; trees
sold by the Animal Husbandry de- W''H. the fcllo* said I don
partment of the Oklahoma agrlcul- want any ot the lands, but I want
tural and mechanical college for 9 some of them big hogs.
cents per pound. This calf weighed Now the people out here dont tell
COO pounds, and brought a tolal of everything they really know If the>
-fi(> did perhaps the sheriffs of the vari-
Thls calf was of good beef type, OUH older courrties would have an
with plenty of quality, early maturity, over-production of business on their
and a good feeder. He was the kind hands.
that any farmer can afford to keep Another case of withholding facts
on his farm Ite showed the value of In transactions of a business nalure
good blood and it only goes to show Now, I will admit to start with, that
that the livestock 'aiser must use In tills country the wind do blow,
good blood If he wants Ills cattle to «° a real estate dealer was showing
make money BOmc of thc western goods in the way
With the present prices of feed, of prairies, and the new-comer_ com-
land, etc., It is no longer profitable plained ot the wind blowing so nerce,
to breed and grow the kind that do but the dealer told him that It was
not have the quality The man who an off day; that occasionally the con-
Is keeping on $50.00 to $70.00 an acre trary old equinox would slip off from
land no better class of livestock than the south and give us a pop call, but
he kept when land was worth $20 00 he did not remain in our midst long
to $30 00 an acre is not producing at a time because his presence was
livestock at a profit for himself, or not desirable and he had sense enough
doing anything for the advancement to see It, and hence his visits were
of livestock In general. Scrub stock short and far between. The prospec-
ts apt to mean scrub ideas -W. L. tor saw a small boy near by and
Bllzssard, Department of Animal Hub- beckoned to him, and he asked him,
banilrv, Oklahoma A and M College, said he, "Son. does the wind blow
Stillwater. , this way all the time?1
The boy, who never will make a
Watch the Chicago White Sox play successful land agent or an up-to-
the game from now on for first place date editor, said, No. sir it some-
in the American League. I times blows this way for two '"-three
v eeks and then it puts in and blows
Speaker aeems to be keeping his like H 1."
batting so high that the rest of the Sometimes we have storris out
(tars can't reach him. here, but these_fellows are like the
some occasions reqifire and even good
manners demand that the rule of
strict veracity be suspended And
like the Queen of Sheba. when she
visited the wise King Solomon and
put his great wisdom to a severe test,
-he said. "The half has never been
Once upon a time there was an old
man who had three very intelligent
sonB, named, I will say. John, Jehugh
;ind Pete. John was a farmer, Jehugh
was an able editor of a very popular
magazine, and Pete was a lawyer and
the younger of the three, ho the old
man requested that Pete should write
his obituary. So the old mother,
whose silver locks and furrowed
i heeks were evidences that told that
she was extremely on the sunset side
of life, asked in confidential and lov-
ing tones, the loving but fasl depart
ing husband why he selected Pete to
i , i nml tn Vita last PY- i«
1 write his obituary, and in his last ex
plrlng breath he sMd, "because Pete
Is the highest liar in the punch."
i FlrBt Published in the Shawnee
liailv News-Herald, Aug. 1. 1916.)
Sale of Timber Lands and Other I'n-
allottcd Lands and Surface of Ne-
irretrulcd Coal and Asphalt Lands
Belonging ,t« the Choctaw and
< hickusan Tribes, Kastern Okla-
homa Ii) the I'lilted States (iOTern-
There will be offered for sale at
I public auction at certain railroad
I points in Kastern Oklahoma, from
October 4th, 1916 to October 31, 1916,
Inclusive, approximately 908,000 acres
in Eastern Oklahoma belonging to i
Ihe Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations'
ot Indians, including therein approx-1
Imately 823,500 acres of tribal tim-1
bcr lands with standing pine and
hardwood timber thereon; 500 acres
of other unallotted lands, and 84,000
acres of the surface of the segregated
coal and asphalt lands. The timber
lands and the surfare of the segre-
gated coal and asphalt lands will be
offered for sale for not less than the
appraised value. Land and timber
will he oold together. The entire es-
tate in the tribal timber lands and
other unallotted lands will he sold,
I except, however, that of the segre-
gated coal and asphalt land area only
the surface will be sold, the coal and
asphalt therein or thereunder being
j reserved except where the descrip-
tive circular specifically states that
Ihe coal and asphalt will be sold with
the surface. - No person will be per-
mitted to purchase more than 160
acres classified as agricultural land,
nor more than 640 acres classified as
grazing land No limitation is placed
i on the acreage of timber land which
may be purchased by one person
Residence on land not required. Bids
may be submitted in person, or by
agent with power of attorney, or by
mall. Terms of sale of surface of se-
gregated coal and asphalt lands, 25
per cent cash at time of sale. 25 per
cent within one year and balance
within two years from date of sale.
Terms of sale of the tribal timber
lands and other unallotted lands. 25
per cent cash at time of sale, and bal-
ance In three equal annual install-
duce your Height. Take Oil
Lack of freah air it i« said weaJtens
the oxygen carrying power of the
blood, the liver become® sluggish, fat
accumulates and the aclion of many
of the vital organic is hindered there-
by. The heart action becomes weak,.
work m an effort and the beauty of
the figure is destroyed.
Fat put on by indoor life is un-
healthy and if nature is not assisted
in throwing It off a serious case ol
obesity may result
VS lien you feel mat you are getting ;
too stout, take the matter In hand a:1
once. Don't wait until your figure
has become a joke and your health
ruined through carrying around a
burden of unsightly and unhealthy
•Spend as much time as you possibly
can in the open air; breathe deeply,
and get from any druggist a box oi
oil of korein capsules; take one after
each meal and one before retiring at
Weigh yourself every few days and
keep up the treatment until you are
down to normal. Oil of korein Is
absolutely harmless, is pleasant to |
take, helps the digestion and even a
few days treatment has been reported
to fihow a noticeable reduction in
[Turkish Balhs, Ladies'
Ice cold melons, Western Ice & Cold
Storage. Phone 107. 6-3t
Chas. E. Wells
Practice in all Courts
Elks Bldfl. Phone 554
B0SSLER UNDERTAKING CO.
FLEMING & BROWN.
High Class Service.
20s \. Broadway.
It is about time that the front page
carried another story about Villa. He
must not remain dead too long.
By Being Co 'antly Supplied With
McDuff, Va.—"I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. ] B. Whittaker, ol
this place, "with sick headache, and
Teii years ago a friend told me to try
"liedlord's Black-Draught, which I did,
and I found it to be the best family medi-
cine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
lime now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick-
ness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has beer, found to regu-
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re-. -
licve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, +
headache, sick stomach, and similar +
II lias been in constant use for more +
lhan 70 years, and has benefited more i ♦
lhan a million people. 1 +
Your druggist sells and recommends , ♦
[-Draught. " "" ~
Red Ball Transfer
Pianos Moved on
Give Is Your
Our Business is
Per roll, all sizes Brownie Prints
3 1-4x4 1-4. 3 1-4x5 1-2, 4x5. 4c.
| Hundreds are having our film spec-
; ialist do their work. Why not you?
j Send your work to us by mail if you
live out of town. Prompt service
, Postage prepaid.
Eastman Kodaks by MafL
EJvery size and style in stock. SeDd
for prices and catalog.
Owl Drug Slorc
6 EAST *A1>.
To The Public
When you want a first class
job of painting, tinting or
J. P. Mitchell
The old reliable
Residence 601 Hobson St.
t ' 5 i
' ' ■
J. C. Wilkinson, 1'rop.
General Machine Shop Work
Phone 263 122 N. Beard
Sprays, Trait's Fly Chaser,
l'oullry Disinfectant and Lice
F. & L.
FEED AMI SEED STORE.
All Pratt's good guaranteed to
give satisfaction or we will re-
fund your money.
j All Kodak Films developed FREE
if prints are ordered. We guarantee
all work not to fade. We make them
us good as any—better than some,
j brine films TODAY. Get prints TO-
State Natl. Hank Building.
Free Inspections ♦
STORAGE BATTERIES ♦
Batteries Charging and ♦
J. S. MALAHY ♦
2'Jl N. Broadway. ♦
PRIVATE MONET to .end on
farm land. Beat of terms.
CHAS. E. WELLS. Elks Bldf.
♦ ♦ . ♦ ... ♦. ♦♦♦♦♦
Hrice only 25c. Get a j +
K C ia ♦
Kodak roll films developed
FREE when prints are ordered
TOO CITE STl'DIO.
State National Bank Bldf;
The most reliable trans-
fer and storage company
in town is the
In its new location at
106 W. Main Street
R. F. [Marling
Mrs. Maud Beeman
Teacher of PIhiio
(Burrow's Course of Music
C. Abemathy Kiiwatd Hewcll
Abernathy and Howell
Elk Building Pho . 120
The Buttrlck School of Dancing will
close during the hot weather; will
I open about September 15.
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