The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 189, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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consistent growth with which this institution has
been favored ever since its establishment in 1911.
Your money will be safe with us and your
banking business will be handled to your en-
tire satisfactisn whether it is of small or large
lil'.l l'im. tin: mkl.h open.
i nder the caption of "Keep th-ij
Field I'll' ir" the Krcdcr-lcu Lean.'
editorially appeals lo the deuiocrati
leaders andf newspapers to dlscoura.-ic .
u multiplicity of gubernatorial candi-l
hales ... 1'JIN rue editorial, evident _
ly carefully planned and v de y cir-, lsl the primary. The Wrpjj A tag) ftp
Ciliated, is In effect an alRim^ . I,' taurht by Lliai l'JH campaign Mt'l"j ffi fjift |H"
11?f? nomination of judge j. d. a. it -1 ,i... •tnrtu nnmi hand-Dick ■
I is not that the party must haud-p'ick i
' its nominees, bnt. that it must fi'O^vn
OKI \11031A LIVI .sTOCK
(liy A UNO elated Press)
Oklahoma Stoek Yards. Feb.
Receipts, 1,400; steady.
Prime fed steers, J>.7 < t«
Stockers and feeders, G.C
Cows, 5.^5 to 8.00.
Receipts. 1,800; steady
Hulk of salea, 11.00 lo 11.;
May, 1.63 1-4, 1-8.
July. 1.41 7-8. 1-2.
Sept . 1.32 1-4, 1.3d o-4.
May, .!'7. .76 7-8.
July, .96, 1)5 7-8.
May, .52 3-4, 1-8.
July, .52 1-8, .51 7-8.
(Shawnee Milling t'(>-
Wheat (No. L' hard) 1.55.
(Shnwnee Milling Co.)
1, $! ti.00.
In a fast match bowled on the Ciif-
lord Alleys, the "Envies" took three
.straight games from the "Owls."
Pybus with 213 making high score
my tying Qifford with
total. The scores wc:v
■' ';a mbbbbbbb
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
February 2nd and 3rd
Your last' chance on ladies' Jail weight suits and coats and Jur
sets. A better investment than oil stock. Bl'U noW anc^ saVe
for next season. Just a few left but oh, my, such prices! 12
coal suits, 6 coals and 6 sets of furs.
ertson by acclamation
. 111! I « •• il ' I UlllllM
The Lealler reviews the I" ,. w), nuul-sllngint! and ostrai i .• the
miiry cainpkili;u. reterrUm i<> thi. put,'. , „ (,r.
Ktrito cng^ndflMd. which cjroe ao tha, campaign of two
near defeating the nominee >n in< ; y( ;, i,. , waH aM anomalous one, in
general clft' Hon. After reference m| ^ ^ an opera bouftle e\-bandit
ex-Bandit Al Jennings' disturbm?; can- . ^ J ^ ( ^ mud-slinging. Probably an
dldacy, and to other minor cnmiiaa-| rvlmn,m wln not again bo so prom
cies as productive of dirord. and ° | i|K,nt in oklahoma politics,
the strong race mode b> Judge hod-. u ,iH. essence or doinocracy t
c rtson and the hearty support he gav«« | r(, umbition. to
to the democratic ticket after his d.
rent, the Lender reachof the eonclu
I race for offic
whether hij?h or lo
(t Quickly Loosens Up Coughs and
Colds in Throat or Chest
Just a little Mustcrole rubbed on your
sore, tight chest before you to bed
will loo.-in pp I .;,! ion and break np | ^yKc
inost severe c olds and cou ■ fibus
Mustcrole 's a clean white "t , |, l,]lon
.made with oil of mustard. Simply rub qjj-,
the. it on. No planter n- •- -sary. letter tha.i j
rent, me juo-uum free-for-all conicsi. u i• ■ " ■ • ■
fion that "Judge Robertson has lulr-.« t (>haIlce t0 chooso. Instead mustard o!.t:-:cr and d«.«-. not l l:
]y earrn-d tho ID Is-' nomination for go\ | ^ ,,, ,,art> to i. j 'I !- i.le\ii;.!l
(.n,or" and that party harmony de rvar" om we would what relief it fiiv i from sor
mends that others stay out of the •; -keep tie field, open" for bronchitis, tons,hi croup, stiff neo
race. , I u that are worthy. asthma, nenn,lica.lachc, conKcsUon.
«•„ ...... ..<s*viii( here lu d: ,, pli-nri: v. rhcmiui, 111, lnmliago, p:.in« and
Wo are not essaying here to di
parage Jiidjfe llobertson's itualirtcu
Hons tor mo governorship nor t"
(inestlon his claims up"" tne honor,
but there are other public men in Ol;
lahoma's democracy who also hav •
(lualitications and claim*, and who,
arc reputed to have ambitions. More-1
over, a year hence there may lie en-
tirely new Richmond* on the field.
There is K 11. Wilson, who during
his incumbency as suite superintend-
ent has not only achieved a uatioeal
reputation as iww eduotor but has dom
onstrated a broail statesmanship «
well. There ^ KiTOTM. Ihtult, broa.i
guaged pioneer farmer and stockman, j
who has put the state's agricultural
department on the high plane of ret
Gguttion it deserved, and whose viv,
pious personality has impressed no!
only the farmer!; but the public a'
large. And there is Suite Auditor 1
11. Howard, who ha developed a n
inarkuble genius for practical, l>m
ness Btatecrutt. Also there r. o
mentioned thfi^ immensely popular
and deservedly I Opular congressin in
Scott Ferris, now a general iavor.te
in national party councils as in i-ia^
democratic circles a statesman
everybody who comes in con
tact with hiin admires and love
Another gubernatorial possibility i>
Wm. H. Murray. With his distin-
guished career both in state affaiis
and in congress, his many irienit
scattered throughout Oklahoma ma>
insist that his services should not he
lost to the public and that he consent
to make the race a second time foi
The Newa-Htrald is not trying to
nominate any of these gentlemen at
this time for governor; but it do -
insist that any man who measures
up to the dimensions of gubernatorial
timber, as these men do, has Just as
much right as any other to permit
his frienda to urged him for a guber-
The Leader's editorial overlooks
the chief lesson to he learned from
the 1914 primary. Tiie deplorable
feature of that campaign was not the
multiplicity of candidates, hut ruther
the unfair and undignified methods
employed by some democrats in tin#
effort to defeat candidates they were
opposed to. It happened that th°
l conspicuous taiget of the villification
was nominated. Naturally the oppo-
sition party then took advantage of
v all the derogatory assaults, howevoi
baseless or unfair, that had been
l, made again t the nominee in the pri
mary campaign and made every ef-
fort to keep alive all the strife tha' j
, . CITY CHCKT RKCKIl'T
congestion, ! r,
pleurisy, rhemnat:; n, lumbago, pains and j ''H' rec(-ipts ot tin cit>
aches o£ the hack or joints'," s|. rains, sore ^he month ot .January were
■ • ' • ' cording to the records of the
(ll\ CAIiix I muscles, bruis chilbl ins, frosted tcc-t
The following warrants are li- rebyjand colds (it oiua prev cuts pneumonia),
Library to 1" S inc.
All Special Road and Street.
Street and Bridge to -71 inc.
Salary to 108 Inc.
Fire to 184 inc.
Police to 243 inc.
Street Lighting to 20 inc.
Park to 43 inc.
Contingent to 148 inc.
Supply to 143 Inc. i
| lo-ie Scries.
All Special Road and Street. ,
Library to 87 inc. ti
Fire to 181 inc. J
Cemetery to 30 inc.
City and Convention Hull to 40 inc.
Library to 29 inc.
Street and Bridge to 81 inc.
Salary to 51 inc.
Fire to 71 inc.
Health to 105 inc.
Engineering to 42 inc.
Police to 128 inc.
Street Lighting to 10 inc.
Park to 17 inc.
Contingent to i!4 inc.
Above warrants payable at State
National Hank of Shawnee. Interes'
FOR TRADE - R resident lots
Maud for auto; 1916 Ford preferred.
W. A. Whitney, Maud, Okia.
FOUND—Sum of money. Owner
can have same by proving ownership
and paying for this atl. Call
Zlegler at postoffice between 1
Pot a 1 s
132 4 til
Come Friday Sure
12 Suits left; most of them are
broadcloth) Sunshine niak< : color ,
burgundy, navy, iztocii and black.
Lot 1 Sizes in this let are two Id's,
one \\ three jjo's, one *0. >ot a suit
in this lot Unit sold for less than
$35.00 and lip to *17.50, choice
Lot - 5 Salts, navy,
brown and black, gab-
erdine, velvet and
poplin. Sizes arc:
One is, three 3(l's, one
3 s, one 51. Street
Suits sold regular for
$25.00 down to 15.00,
A Healthy Baby.
ij,1 Gilford Alleys
ti Opp. Ciitisney Bid?.
> nt I.inn I llniik of Sli;nvncc. Inter. Count-
ceases Feb. 28, 1917. I Bii
J. M. HAMILTON, j Reside
30-Gt City Treasurer. J
Ilorsu* £ Squires
Norwood Auio livery
Country drives'a specialty
fiusiness Phone 235
Residence Phones 912 or 269
NOTICE.TO Ft) Yi it ICTOltS.
A resolution was passed by the}
City Council, ordering side walks!
constructed from Dill street to Severn
avenue on the west side of Beard
street. Proper notu.i h::s he u given
Therefore bids will be accepted for
the construction of side walks along
the above mentioned street, up to and
including the 8th day of February,
1917, in the office of the City Clerk.
Except property where the owners
have beguu construction of said side-
walks. Plans and specifications ou
file ill this office.
Contractor to he paid by 1, 2 and 3
vear assessments, against property.
FRANK ROOPHOl'Sl I.
28 lOt. City Clerk.
KOXE1 TO LOAN.
T have several thousand dollars In
private money to lend at 8 per cent
on citv property. Call on W. H. Park'
er, 12S N. Broadway. Phone lit).
Chas. E. Wells
Practice in all Courts
Ellis B'.dg. i'lione SS
"9 REMOVAL f"
The Pottawatomie Fount) .Moil-
iimeut Works have moved from
their old location ou Bell and
9th to 125 South Union; office
114 South I nIon. We now have
a fine large stock of finished
work to select from. Call and
Only 0 I ^11 Weigh! Coats lei'l for
ladles* Three coat* tliat sold for
$10.00, one coat that sold for
Jfl2.5^. one coat, iclour, thai sold
for *35.00, one plush beaver trhu-
mcd coat that sold for $32.50.
The foundation of a
p<M f - t baby is its
mother's health dur-
iuu' the months pre-
and nothing can tak",
placo of "Mother's
.• t" i:i assuring hor nf
25 ClilMren's Fall Weight Coat ,
ages 2 to 11, sold regular, si.5ti
to *10.50, your choice I'Klt'k
li.t!ure in its worl, (luring :
I period. ••Mother's
l'i-ie:wl" lm helped thou- ]
• .nitl-i throufh tliis trying ,
•lul.-irf in perfect safety.
"M ttier's Friend" is an
o\teina1 remedy easily np- j
plied. Get it at any clrugr-
' \ free hook on Mother-
h •' I " ill be sent all ex- i
pet' nit mothers, il i: ji
% i-iiblo and interesting
I,.Hik you should have. I
Send for one. Address j
The Bradfleld Regulator
W right's Fashion Shop
with the Wright mer-
chandise at the right
price the reason. A cost
The exclusive shop
with exclusi ve garmen t s
for the ladies with ex-
212 l. imar Dldg
♦ NOTICE. ♦
Custom grinding a specialty. ♦
♦ Flour, meal, chops and bran ♦
♦ for sale or exchange for corn. 4
♦ HKiHI aml Jit hk mill. ♦
4 Cor. Oklahoma and Highland. *
4 Phone 437. ♦
> 7 ln:o Su-Tu-Frl ♦
i' —mmi ii umi i «'ii>i niiwi nmi^numwir—^1—mnna—riwhmtf imiiwi ^
■nw i win in rni'a
inch i ost Brass Bed
NOTIt'i: TO (ONTH VCTOltS.
By a resolution of the city council
on December the 5th, 191(5, Lateral
^ District sowers were ordered in
blocks No. ii and G. WhiUake*addi-
tion, also in the east half of block
No. 2 and the, west Half of block No.
4 amended plat of out lots No. ► ami
it Spaulding's addition, also block No
5 amended plat to the city of Shaw-
nee, and block No. 74 amended plat
to the city of Shawnee. The Profile
that lias been accepted by the city
t <mncil is on file in my office. Bids
v ill be at i ept-'d I'P .and i!'< Inning '
| February g. 1H17, to eight o'clock p
H li l BABB K00V8.
Largo, heaithy, acclimated rhubarb;
If3 an awful thing to lose your hair!
One of the first sig«i< nf unhealthy hair is dandruff. You must get rid
■ol it er your hair v. ill sutler.
ED. IPINAUD'S HAIR TONIC
lias been used for 100 year- by men and women vmywlierc fr.r
dandrutT, itching BCfdp ami falling liair. Use il faithfully and prevent
baldfltss and at the same time make your hair beautiful, lustrous and
Mrong Try one bottle. Ask your drtnwi- •. Y,.-: cin i.-t , I
eiN AUD'S by sending 10c. to our American 0.::e r a little bottle.
Note fc pure at-.d fragrant it is.
Parfunerie ED. PINAID, Dept. ill El1. PKAUD B'.L-J., New York
i.argo, ueajtiiy, accumaien ruuoarn , . .
,oots grown for thrift un.l production. 1,n"K lU" ber ot lot' block a"(1
I Only the best eia^n'c tion.
XITK'!' T V \PA V KIfS. . Dr. Beverly Jones is in Colorado
College of Dental Surgery, and will
Render your assessment at 115 N. return March 1. -8-liuo
Broadway Jan. 15, to Feb. 17. __
It will be absolutely necessary to
G. M. McMILLIN.
ocoii Store will furnish them in large
or small quantities. If extra large H-t"
size is wanted phone rural line 45 J.
■j Now i^ the time to plant for earl} All colore and numbers in Bucilla
u; production. crochet cotton *for 10 cents bal! Dea-
44-0-mo FREI) O. KHAXXIO. .son & Moody. 29-2t
ltcKliinliiH Suiiduj. Kt'b. lib.
lurtalii rises (nil) nuitlnecs
2:SII sliurp. Curtain rises
every night --toil sharp.
■Raising the Family- Madurn t make pa atav hony on ol coursa noil
By Thornton Fisher
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