The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 189, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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THURSDAY FA'KXIXG, FKBPUMJY 1. 1017
TI IK S11 AWX'KK MAI I A' N'PAVK 1IKRAI.P
It's not loo t-okl
Third Great Episode
"The Purple Mask"
Also "Brute Force," 2 reel Imp drama.
Odeon Friday, "The Hazards of llelcn*' ami 3 other attractive pic-
Odeon Saturday, "<-lr! From Frisco** and other features.
Odeon Sunday, Dustin Fa run in in "A Son of Krin," Paramount pro-
THE l'EOri,K',S THEATllK.
A walk down to the Savoy In this good
Come out and see
Crawford and Mumphs ey's
MATINEE EVERY DAY.
cold air will do you good.
Change daily. Today
Friday's lMcturc, Blanche Sweet ii
Saturday's Picture, Mary Nash in
Gold Rooster play
Bon Toil Musical
Picture, Clco Madison In fpUaUk OrchldS)**
•*l ii protect < d," Lasky-Paramount
'Arms and the Woman,'* Paths
Siariing Sunday, Ted Daiiey Stock Co.
Very sorrv to slate that "Tlie (iardeu of knowlcdire" has ml n I
train connoction and will not arrive in time for use today i or-
tunately we have on hand a splendid Triangle feature entitled
"Children of the Fucd'*
presenting Dorothy Gislt.
Admission onl) ." c and 10c.
Tomorrow and Saturday
Audrey Mansen in "Parity
Admission Tomorrow 10c and 25c
take A GLASS Of SALTS 10 FLUSH
THE KIDNEYS IF YOUR BACH HURTS
Beginning Sunday, Feb. 4th.
curt:: in rises tali) matinees
2:30 sharp. Curtain rises
e?ery night 8:00 sharp.
Mrs. Francis Chrisney of 702 North
Park will be hostess to the Shake-
speare Club Friday afternoon. Mr.
E. P. Downing will give a parliamen-
FOR RENT—Southeast room nicely
furnished for light housekeeping. 502
form fit i «gnab
Jisxxrararac- .3-1~ *
A TA.LBU 1
arc curvc cut to fit the.
ylxcuH-- pcrfatly ^
Ct-.ri-.rv.lv> -V fctCostncAUkns
Advises Hollis to Oiercome Kidney
and Bladder Trouble While
it is Only Trouble.
Eating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble in some:
form or other, says a well-known au-
thority. because the uric acid in
meat excites excites the kidneys, they
become overworked; get sluggish;
clog up and cause all sorts of di -
■ trc.-s. particularly hacl<;H:he and nn.
cry in the kidney region; rheumatu
twinges, severe headache*. acid stom-
ach. constipation, torpid liver, sleep-
lessness, bladder and urinary irrita-
The moment your back hurts or
kidneys aren't acting right, or if blad-
der bothers you. get about four
(Continued from Page One.)
! the protest of severely damaged neu
trals, without regard even for the s:
! lent longing for peace within the na
tions of its own aliies. Every da;
ounces of Jad Salts from any good
pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast for a
lew days and your kidneys will then |
act fine. This famous salts is made,
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia. and has |
been used for generations to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity; also, to neutralize!
the acids in the urine so it no longer I
irritates, thus ending bladder disor-
Jad Salts cannot injure anyone; j
makes n delightful effervescent lith-
ia-water drink which millions of men
land women take now and then to i
keep the kidneys and urinary organs j
clean, thus avoiding serious kidney
! disease Adv.
■fgir Krsst CfcJDEflK.
Indigestion. One package
irovt. it. 25cat all druggists'
■ > ••;
•v j :■ ■
The Host Stock Company in the
Will equal any stock company
Standard Royalty plays. real
productions that will equal the
one night $1.60 companies iu
Uy Paul Armstrong.
Important: Curtain rises- tall)
matinees 2:30 p. m. sharp.
Curtain rises every night at
Lower Floor, all seats 30c
)ailc-j St oc!
.1 .till \> ti il
Starling Sunday Matinee
TN JOY l>
soki:, \( him;
"My, II"" 'TI'.' Hli
Mr. and Mrs
, Lions « - SpHMEHCTBIIIlilllllT III H I™
md death of our^ j Ki 1>0"'t °"r
this week, wt
valval Ui article
■ ; ina ti.o nr iiiiiusuiuia >i j
ARROW ESC A I1
brings new devastation, new
, i new deaths. livery day by which the ]
BnWW' | war is shortened will preserve oil
i both sides Hie loss of thousands 'it j
' brave soldiers and means a blessi
The Friday shopper will do well to
.el Wright's Fashion' Shop ad on
page 2 of this issue and be on hand
carlv tomorrow to take advantage ofI .. i
(lie 'astonishing bargains therein do-! Friends of tb- family ot Geo. H. j ior the tortures of tortured human-
scribed ' I Kerfoot are congratulating him upon
I their narrow < scape from serious in- "The imperial government before
B V Gvn.! nry Tuesday evening! As Mr. Ker-1 own conscience and before history,
191-1 -It I foot's car, occupied by himself an*l j would be unable to assume the re-
] Mrs. Kerfoot and Mr. and Mrs. Hollo j gponsibility if it left untried any ore
\i- informal dance will be given ai i :'ace. was turning to enter the drive-1 n,ea!,s to hasten the end of the war.
the Elks club rooms Friday'evening at the"' mother Overland | Together with the president of the
ill 8:30 o'clock. All Elks and families '• ' driven by a Mr. Drake and oecu-
;>ied by members of his family, struck
their car and shoved it about six
yards. None of the occupants of eith-
er car were injured and the cars but
little damaged. The accident was ab-
olutely unavoidable, according to
Basket, ball game at O.
t 9 p. m. tonight.
are cordially urged to be present.
all game at O.
B. V. Oy>
LOST—During the past w
n oil shaped muff, black
end. Phone Owl Bakery.
Basket ball game at O. B. 1 . Gym
at 9 p. m. tonight. 191-1-lt
We desire to thank the friends and
neighbors for their kindness during
! United States it has hoped to obtain
| tiiis aim by negotiations.
; The attempt to establish an under-
taking between the adversaries hav-
i iug been answered by the annOunce-
j ment of intensified warfare, the im-
perial government must now continue
! at big re-
ductions such as bullets,
chairs, china cabinets,
bras? beds, drcs-ing tab-
Draper Co. _
Ah! what reliei. a
feet: no more burning
swollen, aching, tender, sweaty leel.j
No more soreness in corns, callouses. 1
No matter what alls your feet o'
what under the sun you've tried with-
out getting relief, jusi use i -■■■ \
"Tiz" Is the only remedy that drav.s
out all the poisonous exudations!
which puff up tbe feet. "Ti/." cures |
your foot trouble so you 11 ne\ei
limp or draiv up your face in pa.n.
Your shoes won't seem tight and yom
feet will never, never hurl or gel I
sore and swollen. Think of it. ""
I more foot, misery, no more nsony|
from corns, callouses or bunions. i
or department store and get instant
r.nt n 25-cent box at any drug " «'•
"3° THIS IS] (si's,THiS )
THE \ is ume\
ew- m <
i—— I forced upon it by using its weapons,
furnished for I The imperial government, therefore,
N. Okla. St., is forced to do away with the restric-
•4-l-ot.| tions which until HOW it has impressed
upon the use of its lighting means
por m'xt Three large farniBheiipn the sea.
•onnecting rooms with bath and hall, "Trusting that the American people
loo X. Chapman. Phono 251-R 4-l-3t. J and its government will be alive to
3-rooin cottage nic
or department store
relief. Wear smallc
once try "Tiz." Gel
foot comfort for only
i Service install
( OM KiiT.
I.iieii liy Students f \oice I'hino and
llriimiitic Vit Ilepls. Ilnjilisi I
verslty Kriday, I'l'liruiiry «:!•> j
Coffee does disagree with many. And in these days of
accurate scientific knowledge there's no virtue in appearing
astonished when this truth is faced.
Caffeine (the drug in coffee, and in tea also) leaves the
system in an overworked and debilitated slate, and is respon-
sible for various serious ills and discomforts.
Thousands who desire an appetizing hot table beverage
with none of coffees drawbacks, find a most delightful cup—
one containing no deleterious substance whatever—in
She pure cercal food drink
Nounthitig, economical anil womlcf/ully cicltcicus.
"There s a Reason
Pianos Moved en |
Give Ds Yosir
Oisr Business is
(a) Ave Maria from Cavallersa
. Rusticaua Mascagni
(b) Revelation - 8(-'ott
Floy May Ford.
Aunt Cindy's Patchin Calhoun
First Mazurka Saint-baens
<a) The Letter (From Song Cycle
"The Wandering One") .Roma
(b) The Return (From Song Cy-
cyle "The Wandering One")
these reasons for this decision and j Roma
for its necessity, the imperial govern- j Ruby Jones.
ment hopes the I'nited States will ap-j Piano •
predate the newest state of affairs (a> Funeral March Mendelsohn
irom the lofty and exalted standpoint (i>) Scherzino Moszkowski
imperial government and on Florence Drake.
co-operate iu order ' Reading—•
misery and avoid-' The Gypsy Flower Girl McDowell
1 MORE TR.OTH CHAtO FXCnot^'
\ HE THE
I ONJUHI;- WHC |
Do SOU THtNK-
< HE LOOKS
f \KiH~i, TV\Ei WIMOrtJ
its part will aKo
to avoid further
able sacrifices of human lives.
"Referring to details of the planned v
war measures at sea to be annexed ;
the government at the same time begs
to express its confidence that the |
American government will warn
American ships against entering the |
burred zones described in the annexed ;
and also will warn its citizens against
taking passage on or confining good
to ships plying in the barred zone." a
Floy May Ford
erskt. ^ ;•■
Some mislity good val-
ues in dressing tables.
Bird's eye maple, golden
oak, circassion walnut
Vou are cordially invited to a box
upper at the U. B. Church Friday
j night, Feb. 2, at 7:;i(). There will bo
Basket ball game at O.
9" p. m. tonight.
! IT. Gym
Heiriiinlnir Sunday, Feb. 4tli.
curtail! rises (all) iiiatinees
2sl0 gbarp. (Urtaiu riscv
every night S:00 sharp.
Basket ball gam
p. m. tonight
Cia-. ii11iiifi and steam heating.
Is !,(Cited at 110 N. Beard St.. lust -10 steps out ol the
•tillsi rent district. II will pay you to call or plioae 141.
T. C. KNIGHT, Proprietor.
I'APL.UNN Ills 1II SOM THIN TO I
I 1'liTAIJj l'OWKIIS OK Ki ll.
1II AL ( 01 H I S.
Special I" \c«s-licralii.
Oklahoma City, Feb. 1. Sen. Robt. j
1.. Owen addressed senato judiciary
committee No. 1 today In defense of
his slnd on the question of curtallln;
Iho power of federi judnes. It is ex-
pected the Kerr resolution commend-
ing the senator's ac tion In Introducing
the resolution will be reported out this
Read the News-Herald every day,
'fill' VfiRY si::;t TIMB to tai.-ii Doctor
Pierce's i Widen .Medic i! i>f covcry Isnw',
if you feel lliut \ ji;r bloo<l Is out ol order.
JWt v .lit mii.il \'iU ii to cmi ui.--
case: It sea i irttid tatter to l>n wm u
W.iti ti'o til-.-' "i i'' ••rnirti • . ™
the dullncst, «•<• :iw.«, a.iJ depreJJion
that ill - s- :na at th lyaiptjnm, you J
this ui • It will r I " e.-iTy or M i
Into h .I'll, action. tliorouj'Uly clean")
n:,l rep ir your u m, ard build up
11". vied fliwh, li-ai'li, n:.d strength. Its
the only r.'llnblH blood reiti'^y. in tuo
r i-i s'liUlorn Skin or s.'?!11' nnei'iion.-,,
j'i t' " \vr't forms of S- -*>tul:t; In cr'<:ry
' . euaiiMd bv iv torpid Hy< rorimpuw
, fclood-il never (ills to lieneli'. or cure.
i Hue.:: J. Williams, ait & n.h "C" Strw'
i T' l.utrv.1. CI:la., : "Wlicn I In 1 i"
, | :,.J n. in... i i. -.l Di. l'i'-i Hold
Dkwi \ 11 ■ nd of iiii'i« ii**
I ti o teU liow iftiott it vu. 1 tuok or
I . i fi iintl that ti hflfH.fl nw. It WM '
y A 6'-3d UiCliivUi©,"
B0S8L£1 < RBEBTAK19G CO*
Sue. ossors to
FLEMING & BROWN
•High Class Venice.
208 V Broadway.
Slianncc's Leading Hotel
Rooms with private bath. Hot
and to!d running water aud
telephone in every room.
Edward I lowell
ABERNATHY & HOWELL
Elks Building Phone 120
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