The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 355, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 8, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1916
Stop! Look! Listen!
Gorden S at Cores for For<l
< )thcr Car- in lJropoiti n
D .unorul ami Channel Bar
uritan Spark I
to break or y<
Iugj, guaranteed never
mr money back
H ivli-11 Carbo'atora for all make cars, guaranteed to
give 50% i'i gi-oline and oil. Thirty days free trial, if
licit in represented, money refunded.
Mithelin Tires, the l>e.st on earth
Huick Cars to suit
Maxwell Car- ! . • • $595.00
m tulsa bout
WILL MEET MORRIS 15 THE
IMM. I una. OK LABOE
special to > ens-Herald.
Tulsa, Okla., Aug. 8—Frank Moran.
the only heavyweight who ever went
20 rounds with Jack Johnson and
10 rounds with Jess Willard without
being knocked out, is going to be
in fit condition for his 15 round mill
with Carl Moris, the pride of Okla-
homa, to be staged in an immense
open air arena in this city on the
afternoon of Labor Day, Sept. 4.
Acompanied by Ike Dorgan, his
Gould Ba tery Service
cir with anything.
e can equip your
hanly thai he
INT ( KHKMOM HELD AT
'• y notes Are .Sounded in the
' dresses Made by I he
i part of one whom leadership affect-
Iing it is devolved.
"Concerning such a cause at such a
time and under such circumstances,
jyou may Justly expect me to speak
with straight-forward slncereity, not
I only to you and to the party, but to
the country. That expectation I shall
try to meet. There shall be no evas-
ion. There shall be no concealment.
Vou, the party, and the country shall
jv ' know my mind.
| "i have not hitherto ittUlitid with
you ill parly action, Imjl upon tn.• one
I great issue which you tender to the
Ad- electorate of the nation as first in
character and insistency, and by
which you have stood with unwaver-
ing devotion for half a cenutry, witn-
out hope of reward other than the ul-
timate triumph of the cause itself, 1
have long been at one with you.
"Every life is in some measure an
evolution. Mine has been no excep-
FOOLING MARK TWAIN.
An Autograph Joke That Was Sprunj
Upon thi Humorist.
George W. Cable bad been giving
readings from his wonderful Creole
stories and had visited Mark Twain In
Hartford. While there he hud been
taken down with the mum[ s, and It
w as dorinf bis convalescence that the
plan for n combined reading tour bad
been made. This was early in the year
the totir was to l>egin in the autumn.
Cable, having quite recovered In the
meantime, conceived a plan to repav
Mark Twain's hospitality. It was u
be an April fool—a great complimen
tary Joke. A few days before the flrM
of the month he had a "private and
confidential" circular letter printed and
mailed It to 150 of Mark Twain's!
friends and admirers In Boston, New
York and elsewhere asking that they
send the humorist a letter to arrlv >
manager and his trainers ,Moran ar- Apr!! 1 requesting his autograph
rived from New York on August 1 't would seem that each one recelv
determined to spend a month here to ,nff this letter must have responded t<i
i ecome acclimated and get into prop- It, for on the morning of April 1 an 1m
, • r physical condition for the gruel- niense pile of letters was unloaded on
jling match that he anticipates. Mark Twain's table. lie did not know
Moran has purchased a five-room what to make of it. and Mrs. Clemens,
ottagc one mile ast of the city. He who was party to the Joke, slyly watch.
: living there with his trainers and ed results. They were the most absurd
manager lie does not want to be requests for autographs ever written
1 ^e city, prefering to stay close He was fooled and mystified at first
to nature Md eat country egf$ and, then, ronIIzinc the nature and mnenl' .
He brought a touring car ; tudo of the Joko. ho entered Into It foil* I
'with him and h ; runs into town each - - ' 11
afternoon for a two hours' workout i
I in a local gymnasium.
Morris has been training for two
weeks already. He works out each
• afternoon In his big private gym- j
:.asium at Sapulpa. He, too, has an
j automobile, a racing type car espec-
ially built for him. and he uses this
to run out to the Sapulpa municipal
water reservoir each morning. Fol-
lowing a two-mile run on the road he
lakes a plunge in the reservoir and
then returns to town for a nap.
Architects have completed plans
for the arena, which is to be located
in the heart of the city. There will
be 12,000 seats, all within easy view
of the ring.
It is probable that Otto Kioto, the
noted sporting writer and boxing ex-
pert, will referee the match.
—delighted, of course, for It was really
; a fine compliment.
Some of the letters asked for auto-
graphs by the yard, some by the pound
Some commanded him to sit down and
« opy a few chapters from "The Inno-
cents Abroad." Others asked that his
! autograph be attached to a check.
John Hay requested that he copy a
hymn, a few hundred lines of Young's
"Night Thoughts," etc.. and added:
"I want my boy to form n taste for
serious and elevated poetry, and It will
add considerable commercial value to|
have it in your handwriting."
Altogether the rending of the letters
gave Mark Twain a delightful day.—
Albert Blgelow Paine in St. Nicholas.
On Terms to Suit You
I'm Going to
I have been reading and hearing so
much about Columbia Grafonolas, that
I'm going to decide right now for my-
self whether they are better.
I have been told time and again that
they have the clearest tone, that they
produce the softest melody, and that
they are the most convenient, and now
I'm going to prove it.
Within a very short distance ol
where I now am right now there is a
Columbia dealer. And I ain going to
see him. When I buy a talking ma-
chine 1 want the best.
Now you've said it—do it.
Moore-Pace Furniture Company
SLEEPING NEAR DEATH.
Sll \\\ NEK IIOl TAKES
II' OTHEK EMPLOYMENT
Robert V. Leachman of the Nation-
al Hank of Commerce, recently re-
signed to accept a responsible posi-
tion in Sapulpa. Upon his leaving,
the bank expressed their appreciation
of his character, ability and the ser-
vices he iiad rendered In the follow-
ing unsolicited letter:
"Dear Mr. Leachman: It is with
regret that we accept your reslgna
tiou as assistant cashier of this bank.
"You have been associated with us
for several years, having begun as
Called to the administration of the Menographer, aGvanced to Individual
( Associated Press.
ndianapolis, Aug. 8. Representa-
e Prohibition leaders from all over
) United .States aseinhled in Indian-
ills today for the double notiflca-
c u meeting at which J. hraiiK Hanly
c s formally notitied of his nomina-
i n for president on the Prohibition wealth In which 1 live,' 1 found ii iiu-111"'" 10 assistant cashier.
I-kel, and )r. Ira Landrilh of bos- p,1Mlll)|e reuoncl|e my public and' "We have observed your studious
I, received a similar formal iiollfl- orriclttl ,luly wlth gl|ente an(1 inaction i""1 moral habits, application of amn-
ion oi his nomination lor the vice concerning un agency that levied u„ ! inotiBense and industry, and your de-
isidency. 'unpayable toll upon the social, civic, lKire t0 advance by gaining a cornpre-
economlc and moral lire of the pco-1 henslve knowledge of the business of
pi-' such .t- I lound Hi- trail"' m in
government of the groat common-
bookkeeper, general bookkeeper, and
The notification ceremonies took
ice at 1 o'clock this afternoon on
.lawn of Mr. llaniy's home, 20W fox,eating liquors daily levying
rth Meridian street. Kobert 11. Pat-
i, state chairman of Illinois, deliv-
r d the address which notified Mr.
„ nly of the honor conferred on him,
j 1 Daniel A. Poling, who was teui-
z, ary chairman of the national con-
ition noticed Dr. .^andrlth. Each
the candidates responded to the ad-
' ishoh of the other two men, setting
th their views and pledges on
nations of party importance.
ieparalo noliticatiou committees,
aposed of one representative from
•ry state in which the party is or-
lised, arrived to represent the pro-
1 itionists of the nation at the Joint ai wrought us be
etuonies. The general arrange- ,llL> l'art>' and
1- Bts for the affair were In charge of ''>' P'''I « «' ln|medical profession
. national executive committee. ,*a " 11 dld woukl not vel.
" 'onigiit a big rally will conclude on'.v guarded, timorous phrase and
I ceremonies. The rally will he wlth «• ' "« uncertain slip, picking
* I in the Masonic temple, and will
addressed by Mr. iiauly, Dr. Lan-
" Desiring a remedy, I turned In-
stinctively to the party with which I
was, and long had been, affiliated and
which had greatly honored and trust-
ed me, as the agency through which 1
could best remedy the evils and re-
dress and public and private wrongs
1 daily looked upon. 1 spoke to it, I
exposed the wrongs as best I could |
(and pleaded for action. The hearts!
and the minds of the rank and file of j
the party were willing to make an af-
firmative response, but the party's'
leadership rebelled. Hut still 1 hoped j
t 1 could- to give
bring it conse-
"This bank Is fully cognizant that
It is losing one of Its best trained men
in your resignation. All the officers,
however, are greatly desirous of your
success, and feel that your new po-
sition will be filled by the same busi-
ness ability and devotion that have
characterized you in your duties with
this bank. We sincerely wish you
much success. k
"A. J. FLUKE, Vice-President."
Napa That Might Have Landed THiom
Who Took Them In Eternity.
A short time ago a innn was discov-
ered In his lunch hour fast asleep on a
plank. Ills arms were hanging down,).
one on each side of the board, which [}rookl-vn —
was about a foot wide. lie was snor- J.Pf,10"
Ing gloriously and quite cnreless, wheth 1 nilade,P,1,a
er awake <>r asleep, that If he turned
over for greater comfort he would
"tumble out of bed" 120 feet, for that
'* | plank waa part of the scaffolding erect-
ed for the repair of a church spire!
A slmllnr disregard for danger was
reported lately during the erection of
some electrical works. One of the men
engnged on the tall chimney, missing
his mate at the lunch hour, went up
the half finished chimney to find him.
He discovered him fast asleep on a
narrow ledge of brick inside the shaft.
a fall from which meant a drop o(
On one occasion n cirrus arrived In a
certain town not a hundred miles from
London at an early hour after a long
Journey and a performance the previ-
ous night. As a consequence few of
the company got any sleep. That dav
there was the usual procession and the
afternoon performance. The lion tamer
had had a very rough time because of
theJMness} of one of his beasts.
The evening performance arrived, and
this man hud to pretend to go to sleep
with Ills head on the body of a couch-
Standing of the Teams.
New York 49
St. Louis 46
St. Louis 46
I'UK KENT—A cool south sleeping
room. Permanent lady preferred. 302
N. Philadelphia. 117-31-tf
FOR KENT—Modern east front
apartment, private entrance. 228 N.
over $5,000 worth of buildings, well
located adjoining the city, a special
bargain for quick turn. Lambard-
Hart Loan Company. 20-6-3t
j FOR SALE—Young Jersey cow,
just fresh. Call 528. Johnson Gro-
Union. Phone 1190-J.
FOR KENT—Two downstairs, nice-
ly furnished rooms for light house-
keeping. 315 N. Oklahoma.
460 FOR KENT—12 room modern resi-
447 j dence, close in, desirably located for
447; tirst class board and rooming, $40.
436 Lambard-Hart Loan Company, Tele-
375 phone 341. 19-6-3t
Boston 2-6, Cincinnati 0-0.
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 3.
New York 3, Chicago 2.
Pittsburgh at Boston.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York.
Room with board for refined young
men, rates reasonable, close to shops.
232 N. Kickapoo. Phone 695.
FOR KENT—Large south rooms
nicely furnished; modern home. 419
North Beard. 36-8-3t.
FOR KENT—Modern south rooms
nicely furnished for housekeeping.
328 N. Philadelphia. Phone 178-J.
by springing up and putting his head In
OK NO I NTING MEDICINES.
Wholesale denunciation of propri- I nI*°,,ier l'on 8 mouth
* &od j*li Poling. Special music
* been prov'M< <l in the way of add-
entcrtainment features. The In-
* la state committee has completed
- details of the arrangements for
rally and judging from the crowd
the ceremonies this afternoon the
its way in doubt and fear, and then
only immediately to recede, retreat-
ing to its old position. It simply
would not stand and fight. It had no
vision, no conviction. Its coucils
were corrupted and its action made
futile by covert understanding and
"Never personally in politics; a can
Heavenly Father. I could
ver have sought this or any other
nomination for office. In full ac-
cord. however, with the aims and the
' tir wlll be well attended. Not only dldate at no time except for the gqod
3',. prohibition! ts been notified to will of the worthy and the well don 1
s md, bit ministers and officers of of our
2 the young peoples' societies in
§ tral Indiana have been invited.
natlonal • ampalgn «ommittee
during the day and discussed platform of the prohibition party ot
is for the national campaign to be America, my answer must be humbly
-ted immediately. There are forty but heartily affirmative.
nbers on the committee A < am- "l have been an independent deui-
" <n manager and sub-committee ocrat in my home state of Tennessee,
L ; lo |„, , ho • i) before tonight, and wh- i«' the platforms of both old pai
E b possible that plans to name the ties declare for prohibition, and
E i to bring the committee up to its where, therefore, the prohibition party
I strength of seventy-five may be has had no state organization, in
pled before the meeting ends. state affairs I may continue to vote
ccepting the nomination Mr. Hanly with the party of my fathers. But the
I lH part: national convention refused to stand
Mr. chairman and members of the for state and national prohibition, as
mention committee: the republican and progressive con-
Speaking as the duly authorized ventlons previously had odne. Ilav-
resentative of the prohibition na- in# signed an agreement months ago
ml convention, but recently con- to vote.only tor such candidates and
r ed in the < ity of St. Paul, you have with >uch parties a- stand for both
? nally notified me of my nomina- state and national prohibition, no
- i Wy the prohibition party for pres- course was left open to me and to
it of the United States. thousands of other* similarly com-
Vou have couched your notice to mltted, except to affiliate with the
in such generous and eloquent national prohibition party."
ns, and have performed your mis- Dr Landrith said that when both of
i with such delicate courtesy and the old parties "are made to under-
* ily good will, that 1 cannot refrain stand that they must choose between
ling grateful acknowledgement to the support of good and bad citizen-
- and to each of you. ship, all parties will be ardent pro-
* ' A Grave Responsibility. hibltion parties If thtv is to come in
" i accept the nomination, profound- j«cjo and it will come the prohlbi-
- cnsiblo of the great honor and the tlon party must either win this year
ve responsibility It brings. Even or |t must show by the huge vote Its
< igi\ 1 shall not be called upon to ticket receives that the American
j iinister the government, the issue people are tired, of political second
? lived Is of such tremendous and best in delay."
^ reaching Import, and the opportu- —
5 for its advancement so unusual Try a want ad and it will bring
his particular moment of our his- the required results in the Dally
1 as a people, that It awes and News-Herald.
* ibles, calling for solemnity of
ight, candor of speech and uself- FILL LENGTH.
a iess of action, on the part of every Men's Blue Shlrls, «*<i hI eves
ten, and especially so, upon the 39c. Fratikel Bros. -tf
is no more justifiable
denunciation of the
It 1b no more
true that there are reputable physi-
cians who unselfishly devoted their
lives to an unending struggle with
disease than that there are stand-
ard remedies which do as good a
work; often where the work of the
good physician cannot reach. A good
example is Lydla E. Plnkhanfs Vege- j
table Compound which has for forty i
years been alleviating the sufferings ;
of women and curing the ills peculiar
to their sex.—Adv.
But when the Jumping up time carne a
gentle snore was heard. The man was
fast asleep with his bend piilowed on a
Chicago 7, Boston 1.
Cleveland 2, New York 3.
Detroit 11, Philadelphia 2.
St. Louis 3, Washington 2.
Ill MOCK\TI( COMMITTEE.
The members of the County Dem-
ocratic Committee, elected Aug. 1st,
1916, are hereby called to meet at
the District Court Room in the City
of Tecumseh. Friday. Aug. 18th,
1916, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the pur-
pose of organization and to transact
such other business as the new com-
mittee may see fit to consider.
All precinct committeemen and all
committeemen-at-large are uregd to be
present, and all Democrats and par-
ticularly those who were nominated
at the recent primary for the various
offices are cordially Invited.
S. F. BAILEY. Chairman.
R. J. ROSS. Secretary. 8-tf
THANKS TO VOTERS.
To my friends and fellow citizens of
Shawnee: The official count of the
votes for Justice of the Peace de-
veloped the fact that I led the ticket
by a handsome majority In renomina
tion. When 1 was first elected justice
I promised to run my office In a fair
and Impartial manner according to
the law and the evidence and I In-
tend to keep It up. Thanking each
and every one for their support,
I am yours truly.
D. P. SPARKS,
Justice of the Peace.
Military Rifles Remodeled.
Nations with large armies were often
loath to discard their old weapons and
frequently altered existing models to
bring them up to date. Thus we note
that England converted her old muzzle
loading En fields in ISP,4 and PWO to
use the Snider action with a metallic
cartridge ense In issr, Austria adopt-1 Kansas City
ed the Mannllcher .43.1 caliber with n ! Louisville
straight pull bolt action and a box Indianapolis
magazine, loading from a ^feel clip. Minneapolis
Two years later the caliber was re- St. Paul ---
din ed t«> .31.". using black powder. The | Toledo
sights of these rifles were regraduated j Columbus
In lsoo on the adoption of smokeless' Milwaukee
Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
New York at Cleveland.
Boston at Chicago.
Standing of the Teams.
FOR RUNT—Southeast rooms nice-
ly furnished tor housekeeping, mod-
ern; 502 N. Union. Phone 658-J.
for KENT—Modern furnished or
unfurnished rooms, single or for light
housekeeping. 126-128 Bell street.
FOR SALE—Hand printing press
complete, cheap. Call 172. 27-7-3t
FOR SALE—An undivided one-half
interest in lot on Union avenue, near
depot, for $300.00 cash or groceries.
Address A. C. E., care News-Herald. I
OIL AND (.AS INVESTMENTS. -I
Properties in all leading fields, pro-!
duction or leases. KARL F. D1VENER,
fc^ttsbur_a._Po. 1314 Arch street. 9t.
for sale in acre truck and
poultry farm, 2% miles from city;
all in finest bearing fruit, berries,
etc., neat 6 room plastered residence,
good barn, fine well, cistern, etc.,
$3,000. Lambard-Hart Loan Company,
Telephone 341. 21-6-3t
FOR SALE—Nice six room bunga-
low. modern .fifty foot front, large
MONEY TO LEND, at low rates on
well located city property; can be
paid off just like house rent. Stand-
ard Savings & Loan Association of
Detroit, Mich. Lambard-Hart Com-
pany, local agents. Telephone 341.
FOR SALE—Second hand four burn-
er cooking range, also one all metal
cot. 401 N. Beard. 37-8-2t
FOR SALE—Beautiful 5 room mod-
ern, east front bungalow, well located
on University avenue, EASY PAY-
MENTS. Lambard-Hart Loan Cora-
ngnv. Telephone 341. 18-6-3t
FOR SALE—Ford car Roadster in
good condition. Address M., Wanette,
MONEY TO LEND—On farm lande
low rates and pre-payment privilege*,
prompt service. See or write ue.
Lambard-Hart Loan Co., Shawnee,
Will pay the highest price for all
kind of second hand goods, house-
hold goods, especially. Phone 822.
WANTED—100 young men to pre-
pare for positions as railroad tele-
graphers. Our Telegraph Depart-
ment is supervised by an experienced
railroad man. Positions guaranteed.
Write or call. Western Business Col-
lege, Shawnee, Okla. 30-8-tf
HIG-HEST PRICES paTd for second
hand clothing. Also sll klnda of
Junk, brase, copper, ruober, Iron.
Phone No. 381. L. Slutsky, 115 South
WANTED—Young men with nerve.
Good pay. short hours, opportunity
for travel, advancement, normal
physique, good references required.
Aviation Dept. The O'Connor Corpor-
ation. 6309 S. Eggleston, Chicago, 111.
WANTED—To buy old houses. Also
aise and move houses. Phone 431-R.
LOST—Checkbook. W. T. Hales,
Oklahoma City. Notify C. R. Jack-
When you yawn a good deal in the
daytime, feel dull, achey and want to
Eagle and Snake.
The eacle will dive upon a snake
whenever It gets the chance. The eagle '
usually s\. Dps upon Its prey, seizes It ;
by the tall bears It aloft and lets It 1
fall. It never attacks it when coiled,
but first driven It to flight by screams
and the boa till-- of Its wings. The
snake Is either killed or stunned by the
fall, whereupon the eagle carefully cuts
ofT# tiie bend and devours the body. : Shreveport
which Is usually very fat i Wac0
. | Houston
11 j ✓m.i Ft Worth
Under Obligation. Galveston
That man Junes l,a. ke<l me into a Ran Antonio
corner last nlirht and kept me there Beaumont
two hours telling me the bright things Dallas
his two year-old boy has snld."
"iiosb! Vou must owe Jones an aw i
fill lot of money If you'll stand for 1
that!"—St. Louis Post Dispatch.
No games scheduled.
Columbus at Milwaukee.
Toledo at Kansas City
Indianapolis at St. Paul.
Louisville at Minneapolis.
Standing of the Teams.
school price $1800.' Terms: Two bun
dred dollars cash, balance like rent.
Located at 512 N. Union street.
Phone 877. Ask for Mrs. Fav.
''si ano« fp1*088 . n?m 1 ll symptom of malaria, and unless
erm8, wo hun- you do something at once you are
booked for a spell of chills. HER-
BINE is a chill medicine that will
prevent or cure the disease. It drives
, . out the impurities on which the ma-
FOR SALE Gentle horse, buggy larial germ thrives, strengthens the
and harness cheap for cash. Chas.
Elchenberger, 104 East Main.
569 I cow
SALE—On easy terms,
payment down, balance arranged to
suit purchaser. Address Thos. A. Mc-
Crary, 427 Main Ave.. San Antonio,
Tevas or phone 893 34-8-6t
POR SALB—One extra good milch
30 N. Union. 16-6-3t
liver and cleanses the bowels.
50c. Sold by Public Drug Co.-
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS.
FOR SALE A very fine Jersey cow
530 and calf for sale cheap. Fred Elchen-
533 j berger. Phone 365
48" F0R SALE—Ford Runabout, first
"t class condition. Inquire News-Herald
I office or Dr. Geo W. Colvert, Tecum-
A Careful Persiisal Will Prove Its
Value to Every Shawnee Reader.
The average man is a doubter, and
there Is little wonder that this Is so.
Misrepresentations make people skep-
tlce. Now-a-days the public asks for
better evidence than the testimony
of strangers. Here Is proof which
should convince every Shawnee read-
Flour. Meal and Feed made ♦
by Union labor. ♦
HIGHLAND BURR MlIX ♦
Corner Okla. and Highland. ♦
Phone 487. ♦
We deliver. ♦
7-lmo Sun-Tu-Tri ♦
Contrary to Precedent.
"The speaker seems to be au unusu-
ally modest man."
"What makes you think so?"
"lie makes all his promises In the
first person plural and all his excuses
In the first person slngular."-Blrming-
bam Age Herald.
Shreveport 1-10, Beaumont 3-0.
Waco 3. San Antonio 0.
Fort Worth 1, Houston 4.
Only three scheduled.
| LUMBER FOR SALE-Two thou
j sand feet oak lumber one inch boards I
from 8 to 18 feet long and from four
"Mary, have you cemented the han-
dle on the water pitcher you dropped
"Well. mum. 1 started to, but I drop-
ped the cement bottle."—Puck,
Galveston at Dallas.
Houston at Fort Worth.
Beaumont at Shreveport.
San at Waco.
The Morrls-Moran fight will be
looked to as a big thing for this part
of the country.
Brooklyn In the National League
rectus to have set such a fast pace
that the other clubs cannot overtake
Mrs. Lillian Ratcllffe, 1207 East
Ninth St., Shawnee, says: "'I was so
bad with kidney trouble, that I could
not get up from a chair. My back
lone and from fn„, IPained me ttU the tlme and 1 didn't;
to twelve Inches wide. The price $or> knovL w,iat to do. I gave Doan's Kid-
per thousand. Cheaper than pine. "ey Pil,ls„a trial and before long- the
Can he seen at Shawnee Planine pa ns ' 1 am' mV kidneys be-
'ir> 8 2t came normal. 1 am aljvajs ready to
■ i ' ! recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to
Highest seal anyone who has kidney complaint."
property at , Price 50c, at all dealers. Dont
X, l and 3. | simply ask tor a kidney remedy—get
Mill. L. P. McCord
FOR SALE—To the
bidder the following
Shawnee, Okla.: Lots 1, 2
Shawnee Okla^Bra^lev'^Blncv" «° ^an'8 Kldn<"' PHls—the same that
block 4; Armordale. lots 23 and 24 In rops.. Buffalo, N. Y.-Adv.
"c" and^rWds^llfv1,.1.0 ™ ron8U «ti™ 1- the starting polnf
y anl1 a" W1,Jl| 7' man>' Kerlou8 dl8cft9e8- To b«
acecpted. John healthy, keep the bowels active and
tu-J-tr regular. HERBINE will remove all
able offer will be
Piers. Fullerton. Nebr.
■rp SALE One of the moat deslr-1 accumulations In the bowels and put
h?meR ln ,he 8late' 33ithe in prime condition. Price
productive land; 50c. Sold by Public Drug Co.—Adv.
acres, rich, level,
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The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 355, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 8, 1916, newspaper, August 8, 1916; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92573/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.