The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 112, Ed. 1 Monday, October 30, 1916 Page: 2 of 6
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SHAWNEE DAILY XEWS-HERALD
MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER HO, 191(1.
Shawnee Daily News-Herald flow J0 Vole For Wilson IS YOUR HEALTH
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the postoffici at Shawnee. Okla . ur |
der Hit act of .March 3, 1879.
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FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
81 A I B AT LARGE
„ (Vote for Ten)
□ J. W. REECE
Obituaries and resolutioiis or io- ,
epect of less than 100 words will be I | A- MITCHELL
published' tree. For all matter iu i I HOWARD WEBER
excess of 100 words a charge of one
cent a word will be made. Count the [^] JESS W. WATTS
words and retail with manuscript.
Any erroneous retleilion ou llie
character, standing or reputation of
any person, firm or corporation which
mav appear iu the columns of the
News Herald will '.Mi gladly corrected
upon its being brought to the atten
tion of the publisher.
Q HARRY H. SMITH
FOR JUSTICE SUPREME COURT
(Third (3) District)
HI MATTHEW J. KANE
I — — .
FOR JUSTICE SUPREME COURT
(Y ifth (§) District)
hkumm; wilson ill the way.
The patriotic democrat is naturally .—.
more interested in electing Wood row O M TH ACKER
Wilson than anybody
Woman Tells How Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound Restored Her
Lima, Ohio I was all broken down
in health from a<;isplacement.Oneof my
I lady friends came to
sim' me and she ad-
vised me to com-
mence taking: Lydia
E. Pinkham's Veg-
and to use Lydia E.
Pink ham's Sanative
Wash. 1 began tak
ing your remedies
and took $5.00 worth
and in two months
was a well woman
after three doctors said I never would
stand up straight again. 1 was a mid-
wife for seven years and I recommended
j the Vegetable Compound to every wo-
man to take before birth and after-
wards, and they all got along so nicely
that it surely is a godsend to suffering
women. If women wir.h to write to
me I will be delighted to answer them."
-Mrs.jen.nle Moyer, 342 E.North St.,
Women who suffer from displace-
menents, weakness, irregularities, ner-
vousness, backache or bearing-down
pains, need the tonic-strengthening
properties of the root a and herbs con-
tained in Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable
If you want special a<l vice, writr
the Lydia K. Piukliain Medicine
i Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass.
Some Pertinent Questions
Have you studied the proposed Constitutional Amendments
Do you believe it safe to vote for Initiated Measures unlets
you are familiar with their meaning ....
Are you in favor'of repealing the Registration Law
which protects your vote ......
Are you in favor of turning over the Election Machinery
in your Precinct, County and State to party bosses
; truth. And it is
APPEALS, NORTHERN DISTRICT
ticket this year Republicans are
hoping to gut enough democratic j~j fHOS H. DOYLE
votes to put over a fe* republican
nominees for county offices. They
are hoping !o get these democratic
votes on personal grounds, by per-
sonal appeal to vote for the man. and
not the party
Mr Democrat—you that are think-
FOR JUDGE CRIMINAL COURT OF 1 l ira 1^. it (Ira;
worth teiling, not
forth the scandal
FOR CORPORATION COMMIS-
ng of supporting some republican for d ^ HUMPHREY
county or district office -have you
.-topped to think that in doing so you
are indirectly giving a blow to the
Wilson cause? Do you want to vote
for a man for county office who on
election day is going into t^e booth
and kill your vote for President Wil-
son? For a man the very presence
of whose name on the republican
ticket signifies opposition to Wilson
and whose whole party organization
is engaged in. a mighty ertort to de-
leat our president for re-election'-
Can you afford to do this?
The fact is. democratic voters in
Pott Counyt this year have a splendiu
ticket, from Woodrow Wilson all the
way down the line. There has nejer
been less reason that there \* this
year for a good democrat not to vote
the ticket straight There are but a
few state offices to fill this time, but
the democratic nominee* for those
places are exceptionally strong men.
Our nominee for congress is a spot-
less statesman; in the party's choice
tor state senator aud representatives
we have men pre-eminently qualified;
and the same may be said of the en-
tire county ticket. They are al!
worthy of and entitled to your sup-
port this year.
Even if you have a leaning toward
FOR CORPORATION COMMIS-
□ CAMPBELL RUSSELL
t or Congressman.
tom d. McKEOW.Y
For Slate Scuiitor.
t. b. hogg.
n. A. ticer.
W. l. CHAPMAN.
bur Count* Attorney.
CLYDE G. PITMAN.
For louutjr Sheriff.
tcllv j. darden.
For Count, Judge.
w. h. pendleton.
For Count, irensnrer.
r. l. alexander.
For Count, Superintendent.
h. m fowler.
For CountT Assessor.
GEO. M. McMILl.IN.
For Court Clerk.
R. Lj FLYNN.
For Count v Clerk.
Bl'KKE B. WYATT.
For Count, Weigher.
For < ouut, Surteror.
a candidate on the opposition ticket, t(„. ( onimlssione'r first His.
think hard before you cast a vote
that will evenly remotely be a blow
at our great standard bearer in th«
WJiite House—and don't do it'
THE TRENCH MAGAZINES.
Prrhaps the most satisfactory 11-
version furnished to the lighting
French soldiers has been the pub-
lishing of the Echoes of the Trenche*.
These little newspapers and maga-
zines were the happy idea of an of-
ficer who was trying to find some
new form or entertainment foi < ikiahomn w here he gave
men. something to take thetr minds htmiJ am| was r(.leas(,rt
irom the shells. the md and the Mell|gln rct„rne(I Ncw
tlernians." „„ "ll1 "'KMher with some friends of
The first paper was written _onjhiR kiml pt.r,uadprt a just)(.e of th
J. T. DAVIS
I or Commissioner, 2nd District:
For (ommlsttiener, ilrd JHstrlct:
ALLRN A. OOWAN.
• r .lustier of the Peace, Shawnee
D. P SPARKS
A P. STREKSHT.
For (unstable. Shawnee township.
T M. BERRY.
M. D. DAY
connected with a man of letters, but
I ecause ir shows how the writer
1 turned his own disgrace to good ac-
i count, using it literally as a stepping
, stone to success.
The plain truth Is that William j
Sidney Porter, known by his pen- ;
(name of O. Henry, served three years
in the state penitentiary at Colum- !
bus. O . for embezzlement. There is
(no question of the embezzlement, as j
• a legai fact. The offenses occurred
in 1894-5. when Porter was paying
and receiving teller of a small bank
in Austin, Tex. The reai criminality
ol his acts, however, seems open to
It was a queer sort of bank, run so
loosely that patrons used td go be-
hind the counter and help them-
selves to money, leaving memoranda j
oi their helpings if they happened j
to think of it. Porter's predecessor i
and successor both got into trouble
It was perhaps inevitable that Por- j
ter himself, with his constitutional j
carelessness and disregard of the
value of money, should have don-
i likewise He was arrested and eon- '
• victed !n 1898. The foreman of the j
grand jury and the foreman of the
trial jury that convicted him both \
said afterward that they regretted
Anyhow. Porter went to the peni-
tentiary He had written in a de-
sultory way for newspapers, but had
never attempted serious writing. His
prison job was that of druggist clerk
It left him leisure and gave him an
ambition to write. He began scrib-
, bling stories which he sent to a New j
Orleans friend, who in turn sent
them to magazines. Prom the first
I he was successful By the time he
left the penitentiary, he bad a repu-
tation He w ent to New York, and fo:
' the rest of his rather short life found
a ready sale for everything he wrote
or promised to write
Prison has broken many a man.
It made (). Henry. Not that it "re-
formed** him Perhaps he didn't need
reforming. He had never meant to
do wrong To such a man ordinarj
moral codes hardly apply In most
of the afrairs of life he was a chiid.
— Only in one thing he was great in
further understanding people and loving them
|and putting them into stories Prison
Mexico made him a literary artist
Do you want to be arbitrarily placed under arrest
b.>ss because you do not vote right
by a party
Do you want to kill the Referendum Law by adopting measures
to enthrone the party bosses .....
Better read the proposed amendments and satisfy
points before you vote.
was written 01
short notice and edited by Paul I peace to Issue a warrant for perjury
rag;i.nst Brents, who had not appeared
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
(From the Maud Monitor)
Messrs. A. (" Anderson anil A
boux, a former literary critic
paper was mimeographed in the',,, th(. stal(> rour|s jn s>w M j(M
Headquarters of the surgeon-major ,, hjs work hay hppn doap h
,nd distributed through the trenches I (on lhi. fwt(.ra, ,,ffi,.iaIs Hl>WPVer
I,- a priest on «><?<=«.«•. T^g^jthis petty state official had the nerve
of the Trenches jumped into "> tant j ,0 i5SU(, the warram an() Melugln and
popularity and was soon fo.loued y ,o;nf. of his confederates to wire rhe 1-andrum of Oklahoma Cit> presi-
a number of other papers j sheriff of Pottawatomie county to a**- dent and vice president ot the Nine
The tone maintained in these war ,lm„s ■ , ()|1 & lias MomlRV ,0
papers is always cheerful- There ar. The scheme did not work, as the I insperl the rii-rrlck recently built for
Jokes and cartoons and stories a ul, i nited Mates attorney of this district their company on the Thorn place,
verses Rut among them all ti no ad-v-lned the sheriff that he better go four mil. west of town Thev were
word of gloom or discouragement a | sj0>v. jn jljs matter sjncp Brents was , well pleased with it and said it was I
bitterness against the enemy The
i a federal officer not amenable to the
mechanical imperfection of the cop-1 laws anv M1(( for #(,ts comm,tted
"> ap< r. ^ "nf edi,"; i in a federal court. The federal at-
who says- The earth, shakjn by „wney ln lhp sUte of Npw Mwtlc0
shells, keeps dropping Into the ma- aiso upnn |1Parjnp! o( |hjs ,„atter
chines and ink.1' Rut that fact doesn promptly wired Rrents that he would
spoil the spontaneity and freedom from i ,,audlp ,.a„, for hjm a|)d n to
I are shown by the men,to whom the|tt.orr>. about )t| an(i (f) cap thp whole
papers go and by whom they are ,hinf. Attorney General Gregory,
made member of the president's cablne'
These trench magazines will long
be remembered as showing the real
one of the best, most substantially
built derricks in the country.
Drilling is still progressing at the
old well of the Maud Oil & Gas Co.
s tion on th * Nistetl u
Officers of the company, Messrs Mis-
kovsky. 8traka and 8ocher are per-
sonally dire, ting the operations aud
are proceeding cautiously It ha
been unofficially reported that the first
wired the federal attorney in this dis- sand has been drilled through and
tri< f that if Brents was interferred fhat the drill had penetrated to a
It may be remembered that a few-
weeks ago an item came out in one
of the local papers, and in several
spirit ot the *>*nch soldier. An out- wi(h in anv way (f) prooe^ at on(ip depth of ::0 or 40 feet below the first
sider can not fail to be impressed 5 with habeas corpus proceedings for sand without encountering a second
their indomitable courage and cheer- | hl* rei*a8e. sand of any depth The production
It migh* be added that recently at said to be about the same.
the term of the federal court held at The Prairie Oil & Gas Co. was tied
Ardmore, Okla . Jop Melugin has been up the first of the week on a fishing
brought to trial and he has added to job at its well on the Cuff farm, sec-
Ms bootlegging business, together tion 7-7-5. A 12-inch drill bit was
. .. I * number of his confederates, off in the hole and there was some
or the nore prominent papers of the the rrjme ()# perjury, for which h< delay in getting fishing tools. The
ceut.al west tor that matter, statiug now stands indicted in the federal most accurate information obtainable
that E Hrents had been arret^l couincfian Scout. places the depth of this well at about
and taken to the county scat by the q i ,-,ao ( ,H
sheriff of Pottawatomie county to give | o. hf\ry*s start. Drilling whs suspended temporal
Prof. Alphonso Smith of the Uni il> Tuesday at the Hanght location.
ver ity of Virginia has been looking «'U-X ha : mile southeast of town For County < omnilssloner.
" " " ~ " MRS 0 ( MOROAN
| snort story writer It has always table Operations will be resumed . hot fount) Commissioner, -ml IHst.
♦ ItEl'I'BLICAN TICKET. ♦
t or foiigrrosinan:
•IAS. E URBSHAM.
ter Mule Sennlur:
C. J. BOCHER.
For State ItepfesentatiTe:
J. C. MILNER.
B. E. FARMER.
\v. s. blain
W L. EATHERLY.
For Count; Treasurer:
\V. P. BLAKE.
For County Clerk:
E. F. RAWLIXGS.
For Court f lerk:
For County Judge:
Fur County Attornei:
\V. T. WILLIAMS.
For Count. Weigher:
J H. RCFKIN,
For ( ouut) Assessor:
E. A. 3HEPPARD.
For Supt. Publte Itihtruc-tlt.it:
F. M FORSTON
For Count) Surveyor:
For Count) (onimlsslouers:
A. 1 BROWN
J B. ROGERS.
F. T. I.ASTER.
For Justice of the Pence, Shawnee
F J. SMITH
Fur ( unstable. Mia.inee To«nslii|i:
OSCAR (boots) MORRIS.
♦ SOt IVI.1ST TICKET.
♦ * ♦ ♦ 4 4
For ( oiiitressiuiiii:
For Mate Sen.-.tor.
J E. J ARM AN
T. J BOWI.IXO
J H. TI l.LY
For I ou lit j Vttoriiey.
w m i:\oart
For Count v Treasurer.
G. P. CORDREV
For ( ountv Clerk.
L. S JACKS
tor Coimtt Sheriff.
T. .1 WARD
t or Comity Assessor.
O. W. VAN METER
For Superintendent of Schools
JOHN ('. HE EE
For County Weigher.
O A. WILSON
IT IS FA.ti01 s
si I'I'i I HEM' \;, iiEl.iS'l If V'l'iflX.
En.licott Johnson, famous medium ' m" Oct. _St.ii precinct registr;
prico .Men's Shoes are the kind to Ina>' register qualified voters w
l ily. We have tlieni. Frankel Bros. 'lav* gained tlieir oualifi. ation
Free Inspections ♦
ST0KA(iK BATTFKIES ♦
Battery Charging and ♦
J. S. MALA IIV ♦
224 \. Brnn !wnr. ♦
the first registration period, or those!
who were unavoidably prevented from j
registering at thai time, or any vot-
ers who voted in the eeletion of 19J4. '
Abernalhv and Howell
CHEEK I P
A .SMILE, goes with each ap-
plication, of i.V/.ii.MATf ).\'K.
It's so Healing, Soothing and
Refreshing, orings prompt re-
lief fo r Eczema, Acne, Pim-
ples, Sore and Tender Faces,
that awful Burning and Itch-
ing Sensation of the Skin.
Guaranteed absolutely Pure
aud Double Strength. Your
Money Back 1f not Satisfied.
Sold by Drug Stores.
BARLOW ('IIEMM \L CO.,
I IIOS.nLi.B I MM in \K!\(. t o,
FLFMIXG \ BROWN.
Uljrti ( lass Service.
A '-i," ■■■ vw®
iiii A i
1 Day 27-
20N Broad vraj.
in Chrisney Hah every Tiiursday
and Saturday nights at Only
those holding cards will be ad-
mitted. For private l. -son- phone
MISS RI'FB, Instriirtor.
Chas. E. Wells
Practice In all Courts
Elks Bldf). Phone 55
Red Ball Transfer
Pianos Moved on
Give Us Your
Our Business is
(tiro win g
I THE WORL O S FDREHOST
100 NEW FOREIGN
EREATES1 RIDERS OF
I LUL" IAERDPIANE
This was a false statement, sine
It never happened ^ren's I'he career of O. Henry, the great due to the breaking of the rotar>
arreitd# nor did he PV bond. This , , S|0ry* writer. It has always table. Operations will be returned fl!
story arose out of the ^'or^ hwo* been known that this brilliant an- soou a a new table, expected on every | T M FINN'KG AN'
i one by . tr. i rents in tne state or ihor s record contained mystery, sup- local freight, arrives. The depth of For Coiinh < <>mmho.loner Jlrd Oist
New Mpx,ro wher.. h.- found .-mp . *t pos ,0 ,,P mor, or Im dl*cr«llt- tht. w,tl if nM tb he hetweon 1.100 * "miMIOBW, IMst
:n his department one Joe Melngin. , .t,bl« but few persons have known and 11(10 irrt
who had formerly been indicted at rtnwhlnR definite about it. Prof.
Ada. Okla.. for bootlegging Brents | has written an "O. Henry Bio- Subscribe for the News-Herald and
J. L. foster
had Molugin arrested and returned io
graphy." jn which he tells the plain got the latest news.
• hether mobiles
wants to kno>\
is plurtil. Ar •
MOORt'-GASKIlL UNDERTAKING Ol.
UNDERTAKERS A\D I MBALMERS
P.irlnr 120 K. H* 11 Efay Ph-.ti. :;t i
Night I'httiit', W. K (iaskill 850.
K'or Amltulanco, I'lione ;;C>.r>.
PAHAflE AT 10 D CLOCK A M
PHrCtDINu FlfJ^T PtCfOBMAWL.
HWKwuisi.'dAi^ij 5 PM
OHF bO'IirKFI ADMITS 10 All
OtiLDWH- • 'ZH.iFPmct
Tkkets on sale shew, day at
Owl Drug Sloro, li t. Main :SI.
Same price as t harged ai show
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