The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 189, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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TTTF. SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD
THURSDAY EVKXIXG, EKBKUAItY 1. 1l 17
They're made with
BAKIr'G P0*yu' >
Vou'v."* i tr.stcil r^omU^a l.inde
vilh ( .11t lvikiiiK! IWcii-r you
I' n 1 i*-t lor brin«■ tempt-
ed! (I-r- -a-1, itciulcr, tasty
bi ict.il , <!oughr uts, muffins
a;; I , | rythl iff I can fljhink of—all
B()«r«)iKl 1 L<-cy;.\v: y i'nnn tliem!
"Motlu r v t tliink pf using any
BttUl:i;<: 1 r except: Calumet!
tri(-1 all otln r: —-she knows
v.'hiili i > l" ;l—f '11' Knows Calumet
menu:; jKisitive uniform results —
purity ia the can ami pu ritv in the
baking -jjrt-.-it ec onomy ai*d whole-
some tilings to eat. #
"Von want lmkiiiKs like mother's—
tin ii use Calumet Baking Powder."
Received Hig'icst Awards
Ncto Cook Book 1-Vee —
See Slip iil round Can
Cheap and fcig can Baking Powders do not save you money.
Calumet <kxis-■—it's Pure and far superior to aour milk and soda.
HEPl'BMC A> rOMMITTKi:
TO MFKT mi. 12.
Oklahoma City. Feb. 1. A meet-
ing of the executive committee of the
Republican State Central Committer
has been called for Feb. 12, at which
time bttfifltyM to t • con
mittee at the recent meeting of the
btate copimittee will be completed.
New by-laws, rules and regulations
that will govern the organization In
future will be adopted, and plans and
policies wilV probably be made, al-
though no definite action will prob-
ably be taken until all matters liav.
been referred to the whole commit-
tee. A meeting of the latter will prob-
Prepare This for a Bad
Cheaply ami r.antiy Mmle, but
Uum Ihe Work Qiii«-kly.
ean buy.—cuatiug only about une-til'th m
nineh as midy-mudc preparations, -ean
easily be'made up at home The wav it
takea hold ami i-uuquers clisi reusing
coiurh*, throat and ehest colds will
really make you enthusiastic about it.
Aii.v druggist ean supply you with
2'i. ounces of I'inex (;"o nuts worth).
1'our this into a pint bottle and till tin-
bottle with plain granulated sugar
nvrup. Shake thoroughly and it is
ready for use. Tlio total cost is about
4 cents and gives you a full pint a
family aupply—of a most effectual,
pleasant tasting remedy. It keeps per-
It's truly astonishing how quickly it
acts, penetrating through every air
passage of the throat and lungs—loosens
and raises the phlegm, soothes and lu als
the inflamed or swollen throat mem
ably be called for some time in
April. At the last meeting of the
state committee there was a strong
sentiment in favor of beginning the
campaign that will end two years
from now with the election of gov-
ernor and other state officers. This
matter will be considered by the exe-
WILL I MOW ! Cl\
U< KNSK LAW
Commission Takes Steps to t«et Better
Record of Plants III Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City, Feb. I With Jur-
isdiction to make a general order and
to impose a penalty as In contempt,
the corporation commission is seek-
ing to get a better record of the cot
ton gins in the state. .The commission
Is sending letters'to'all county asses-
sors in the slate asking tor a complete
list of the gins In each county. The
gin j license Jaw carries 110 penalty,
therefore is not very effective, but tin
commission when once it has a com
plete list may Issue an order requir-
ing the reports and can fine for con-
The finest cough syrup that mow-v*1 tempt any violation of such order.
Recently there was some dispute
between the state and federal depart-
ments of agriculture as to the number
of cotton bales ginned in the state.
The number was based on gin re-
ports. There are now about 600 gin
licenses In the state, but. according
to government figures, there are about
Sl( k \\ 1 I K'S STORY SI R-
The following has surprised Shaw-
nee: A business man's wife suffered
for years Although she dieted she
so bloated her clothes would not
Water Supply an
to Cities and Towns
Special to \ewM-Heruld.
Guthrie, Feb. 1.—While great ad-
vances have been made in the past
two years, the question of the purity
Of the water supply is still one of the
big health' problems of Oklahoma,
says a bulletin of the state board of
health. As a matter of fact legisla-
tion regarding water supply is defic-
ient in some important particulars in
this state, as well as throughout the
country generally. At present not
only must every community solve the
often difficult problem of getting an
adequate supply, but there are in ad-
uitlon grave complications often add-
ed through the danger of one com-
munity infringing upon the rights of
another. It is evident in theory that
no one community has the right t.o
take action which will endanger the
health of another. In practice how-
ever, the question Is far from simple.
A city will empty its sewage into the
nearest stream. This may be a san-
itary measure as far as that city is
concerned, but another city father
down the stream, or farmers living
along the course may be greatly an-
noyed and their health endangered by
such a procedure. This state of af-
fairs would be corrected if it were
required by law that all plans for the
building or extension of sewage or
water supply systems must first be
approved by the state board of health.
This would afford a competent and
impartial authority to pass on all
questions likely to come in dispute
between different communities, be-
sides operating fo rthe general pro-
tection of public health.
Fresh problems arise when a river
rises in one state and pursues its
< (.in -■ though one o? more .othei
states. There has resulted from this
condition many divergent, unrelated
and even conflicting laws and court de
cisions, and a variety of practices in
the various states, ranging from the
most stringent law sand attempts at
control to a complete disregard of the
whole subject. Were single state jur-
isdictions co-extensive with the prin-
cipal river systems of the country,
each state would have at least the
opportunity to work out Its problems
to Its own best Interests. Unfortun-
ately quite the reverse Is true and
most of the important river systems
of the country flow from one state
This situation of divided jurisdic-
tion has been one of the most potent
factors In the disregard of the scien-
tific aspects of stream sanitation,
leading to the present unsatisfactory
condition of many of our streams.
Side by side with that too common
civic Inertia which so often delays
needed public Improvements, there
has grown up the feeling that in the
case of interstate streams local ef-
tort Is of no avail. There being no
medium of communication and agree-
ment between states in such matters,
a do-nothing policy has in most cases
prevailed. The interstate character
of the larger streams has in certain
cases even been made the excuse for
exempting such rivers from the work-
ings of otherwise excellent systems
of stream control. Upon the plea that
these rivers enter the state somewhat
polluted, these states permit unlimited
and harmful pollution within their
borders to the detriment of their own
citizens, as well as of those of states
farther down streams. Curiously
enough the question of our interna-
tional waters has been less compli-
cated. The waterways treaty of 1909
between Great Britain and the Unit-
ed States provides that neither coun-
try shall pollute the International
boundary waters to the injury of
health or property in the other. The
treaty makes provision for an inter-
national commission and in this way
most or the problems which have
arisen have been quickly and fairly
Oklahoma cities must of necessity
often draw their water supplies from
streams which have flowed through
more or less thickly settled dlsrticts.
In such circumstances it is impossible
to prevent a certain amount of pollu-
tion. Fortunately by means of filtra-
tion and the ehlorlnation process even
partly polluted water may be ren-
dered safe and fit to drink. The til-
tration clears the water. The chlor-
ination process destroys most of the
germs dangerous to health. The re
suits which have been attained
through the use of this process are
branea, and gradually but surely the \ flt, ONR SPOONFUL buckthorn
"JST.ii diXU^nairA'y fes l:",i;k\ ",lxed in.
better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, i Adlc i -I-kn empties ROTH large and
whopping cough or bronchial asthma. 1 small intestine it relieves ANY CASE
l'inex is a special and highly eoncen- constipation, sour stomach or gas and
Irated compound of genuine Norway prevents appendicitis. It has QUICK-
pine extract, combined with guaiaeol • ,
world ever lor it. Ksl :""u *«• over sold
Reynolds Son. druggists, 324 E.
Main street Adv.
and is known the
prompt healing cfTect on the throat
Avoid disappointment by asking vour
druggist for ounces of l'inex" with
full directions and don't accept any-
thing else. A guarantee of absolute hat
iafaction or money promptly refunded
♦ PRIVATE MONEY to lend on ♦
farm land. Beat of terms.
with this preparation The Tiutx i ♦ ('HAS F WELLS, Hlks Bldg. ♦
o.. Ft. Wayne, lud. 4 + + + « + + + + + 4
MOORE-GASKILL UNDERTAKING CO.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
-Day Phono 371
Beginning Sunday, Feb. 4th.
curtain rises (all) matinees
2:80 sharp. Curtain rises
every night SsOO sharp.
Parlor 120 N. Hell-
Niglit Phone, W. E. (iaskill 850.
For Ambulance, Phone 305.
The most reliable trans-
fer and storage company
in town is the
In its new location at
106 W. Main Street
R. F. McFarling
Your cough and cold begin
to get better as soon as you
start to take Dr. King's New Discovery.
Ask your druggist, he's sold it for many .years.
STATE TWIN ti PI. \ N
TO START SOON.
Gms?rvativ? Loan Company
CAPITAL AND SUBPirS $200,000.00
sn 1WXEE, OKLAHOMA. 120 NORTH BROADWAY.
IS YOUR. SURPLUS MONEY EARNING YOU LESS THAN SIX PER
If so, we offer you your choice, well placed first farm mortgage
securities, In amounts of $300.00 up to $10,000.00, netting you SIX
per cent and our city loans netting you SEVEN per cent. Thesa
loans combine the three factors of safety, security, and stability.
Every loan is personally inspected by experts who have had years
of experience iu the territory covered.
We loolt after the collections, and remit interest to you on the
date due without cost.
We also see that the insurance is lcept in force and the taxes
on the security are paid during the term of the loan. If you are in-
terested; first, let us submit to you some of our choice loans for
your consideration, without obligation to you.
G. M. CHRISTNER, President.
FRED K. SAGE, Vice President.
F. W. CHRISTNER, Secretary.
Oklahoma City. Feb. 1. It is ex-
pected that some time next month
manufacture of binder twine will bo
started at the state penitentiary, and
It will then be proven whether or not
it was a good idea for the state to
go into the manufacture of this ar-
ticle. Warden ri. L. Alorley of the
penitentiary says there is now $40,000
worth of sisal stored at the prison
ready for making the twine.
Try a want ad in the Dally News-
W TOO DESUIE A
Says we can't help but look
better and feel better
after an inside bath.
To look one's best and feel one's
best is to enjoy an inside bath each
morning to flush from the system the
previous day's waste, sour fermenta-
tions and poisonous toxins before it
is absorbed into the blood. Just as
coal, when it burns, leaves behind a
certain amount of Incombustible ma-
terial In the form of ashes, so the food
and drink taken each day leave in the
alimentary organs a certain amount
of indigestible material, which if not
eliminated, form toxins and jioisons
which are then sucked into the blood
through the very ducts which are in-
tended to suck in only nourishment
to sustain the body.
If you want to see the glow of
healthy bloom in your cheeks, to see
your skin get clearer and clearer, you
are told to drink every morning upon
arising, a glass of hot water with a
t.easpooni'ui of limestone phosphate in
it. which is a harmless means of
washing the waste material and tox-
/hs from the stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels, thus cleansing, sweeten-
ing and purifying the entire alimen-
tary tract, before putting more food
in'« the stomach.
Men and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallid com-
plexion, also those,who wake up with
a coated tongue, bad taste, nasty
breath, others who are bothered with
headaches, bilious spells, acid stom-
ach or constipation should begin this
phosphated hot water drinking and
are assured of very pronounced re-
sults in one or two weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phos-
phate costs very little at the drug
store but is sufficient to demonstrate
that just as -soap and hot water
cleanses; purifies and freshens the
skin on the outside, so hot water anu
limestone phosphate act on the inside
organs. We must always consider
that internal sanitation Is vastly more
important than outside cleanliness, j
because the skin pores do not absorb i
impurities into the blood, while the j
bowel pores do.—Adv.
FOR RENT — Rooms for
housekeeping, modern. 418 W.
FOR RENT—2 nicely furnished
rooms for housekeeping at 307 North I
Bell. Plume 611-J. 170-30-31 j
FOR RENT - Modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 5_b N.
FOR RENT—3 or 4 unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 331 N.
I'.eard. I'houe 707-R. 1 i" • i' i
FOR I.'K\T - ground floor rooms
nicely furnished for housekeeping, j
336 East 7th. Phone 970-R.
FOR RENT—Modern furnislied or j
unfurnished rooms, single or for light j
housekeeping. 126-128 North Bell
street. 50-8-tt j
l tflt SHE MISCEIjLAMjKOI S.
FOR SALE—One 240 egg Queen In-
cubator; good condition. Call 652.
FOR SALE :: Ford ears in good
condition. Gorman-Head Auto Co.,
122 North Bell street, Shawnee.
Phone 90. 185-31-3t
Business and Professional Directory
E. 0. Stanard. J. H. Walil
STANARD, WAHL & ENNIS
Attorney* at Law.
C. R. Ennis.
J. D. Lydlcli. J). G. liggerman.
LYBICK & EGGERMAN
Bear National Bank of
Realty and Investment
Loans and Insurance.
Day Phone 105.
Night Phones, 130 and 70
FOR SALE—5 room house; cellar,
75 ft. front, good location, East Ninth. I
II.. care News-Herald. 170-2!M.f I
•Some gas stoves and a lew good!
pieces furniture for sale. Phone 691
or call 625 N. Louisa. 181-31-tf |
FOR SALE—Fine 8 room house,
modern in every detail; garage, out-
house, stable, etc. Am leaving city
and will sell at a bargain. Will make
terms if desired. Call at 807 North
Broadway or phone A. H. Hurford
224-J. i 23-24-tf
FOR SALE New No. 8 L. C, Smith
Typewriter, cheap for cash and
quick sale. Phone 474. 179-30-3t
FOR SALES By owner for 10 days
only, a lovely 5 room modern house.
2 lots; nicest location in city, close
in north. Phone R. X. 52.
FOR SALE—2 work and 7 brood
mares, 1 3-year old Percheron mare, 1
3-year old driving horse, unbroken,
1 coming 3 year old mule. A few
Rose Comb R. R. roosters. W. E.
Hopkins, 3 miles southwest. Phone
F. R. 351. 177-30-3t
FOR SALE Seven dining room
chairs, china cabinet, sideboard, serv-
ing table and dining room table, gol-
den oak finish. Call at 625 N. Uni-
versltv. Phone 59. 122—23-tf
FOR SALE- One 3 lm. 3 phase. 2D0
volts General Electric Motor. Phone
191-J. _ _ 135-28-tf
i*"OH s \ i. i. Six room, t wo i toi >
residence, east front, 700 block North
Park. Phone 209. 62-lo-tf
General Blacksmithmj;, Rubber Tires, Awnings
Sleeping Porches a Specialty.
35. Res- 328.
If you need a buffet, sot
of chairs, iron bed or
rocker, it will pay you
to buy this week while
the price is reduced.
♦|f you are rich -Own a winter home
in Lake Worth, Palm BeAch county.
Florida. Sunshine and flowers. Easy
done. See me, Florida Land Man.
Room ... Bank of Commerce.
SKCO.M) 1IAM) OYFHLAM).
One second hand. 1913 model Over-
land Touring Car in excellent condi-
tion. Cheap if taken at once. Chief
Oklahoma Auto A Oarage Co., 189*128
N. Bell, Shawnee, Okla. 97-21-tf
WANTED Girl for general bouse
work; small family. Apply 501 North
Douglas. Phone 1>4:'-R. !S2-31-3i
WANTED A press feeder or boy
to learn press feeding. The New-
Dispatch, corner 9tli and Market.
WANTED—Furniture, shoes and
clothing. Highest prices. Phone 22G.
Kenyon Second Haiyl Co. 159-23-tf.
Renovated, recovered eml thor-
oughly cleaned and disinfected.
Feather bed uttd pillowa Bteamed
renovated. Uox pprinR mattresses
rebuilt. All work delivered baclc
SHAWNEE BEDDING <0.
406 S Broi*.n Pkoa- 191-J | Union
J. r. Wilkinson, l'rop.
General Maeblno Shop Work
I'hone 263 122 N. Board
MEN—Our Illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach the barber trade
quickly, mailed free. Molcr Barber
College, Dallas. Texas. 104-29-lmo
MONBn i*' LUND -on farm land* •
low rate4 and pre-payment privileged, I
prompt service. See or write u ,
Lambard-Hart Loan Co., Shawnee. I
Ckla. 27-1 no ;
HIGHEST PR it ES paid for second j
hand clothing. Also oil klpds of,
Junk, brass, copper, rubber, lroi> 1
Phone No. 381. L. Slutsky, 115 South
MONEY TO t.EN'D, at low rates on 1
well located city property; can be
paid off just like house rent. Stand- !
nrd Savings & Loan Association of
Detroit, Mich. Lambard-Ilart Com-
pany. local ftgontn. Telephone 341.
^STRAYED — Jersey calf, weight
about 1G0 lbs. Report 644 N. Union.
FOUND A good fountain pen, in
first class condition, on North Broad-
way. Owner T1MY get lame by lie-
; m ribing pen and paying for this adv.
ABSTRACTS, LOANS, OIL LEASES.
II. J5. Sears, 115 North Broadway.
Bossier Undertaking Co., 203 N. Broadway-
AUTO Accessories, Repairs, Vulcanizing, Batteries
Whittalcer Garage, (Buick Cars). 302-4 N. 15way-
AUTO & GENERAL MACH. WORKS.
Wilkinson's Mach. Shop, 122 N. Beard.
AUTO & MACH. WORKS.
Shawnee Motor Co-, 17 E. 10th.
BAKERY, CONFECTIONERY, DANDY BREAD.
Vienna Bakery, Johnson & Bishop, 126 N. Bway.
CLEANING, PRESSING. REPAIRING.
National Dry Cleaning Works, 129 N. Bway.
White House Dairy, L. J• Lon;;, Prop.
DRUGS—(Everything in a First Class Drug Store).
Public Drusr Co. •
ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT, POWER.
Slifiwnpp Gas & Elec. Oo.. 11«) Roll ^t.
FURNITURE AND STOVES, NEW AND SECOND HAND.
J. M. Marquis Co., 218 E. Main.
GAS SERVICE, HEAT AND LIGHTS.
Shawnee Gas & Elec. Co., 11;> 1-HI \j'-
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Taylor Lumber Co-, 9th and Oklahoma.
MEATS, FISH, OYSTERS, POULTRY.
Graf's Market. 124 N. Bway.
MONUMENTS AND CUT STONES.
Shawnee Monumental Works, 123 N. Oklahoma.
Dr 0 Wm Van llaltercn, R. 12, Est.es Bldpr.. N. Bway.
PAINTS, OILS. GLASS, WALL PAPER, FRAMING-
Shawnee Paint & Paper Co., 23 W. Main St.
- T .1 Clark, 117 N. Broadway.
PLUMBING. GAS FITTING, REPAIRING.
Shawnee Plumbing Co-. 125 N. Bel!.
POULTRY, EGGS, BUTTER, HIDES,
Shawnee Produce Co., 117 S Pennsylvania.
SANATARIUM. Vapor and Electric Batn, Betz Hot Air Bath
Noah P. Keene, M. D.. 210-12 N. Bwnv. 44, Res. 583.
SHOE REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT.
O I\ Shoe Shop, 1 '7 NT. Bway-
SIGNS. ELEC. SIGNS, SHOW CARDS. SCENERY.
Knnpp Sign Co., 123N. Bway.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
Shawnee Transfer Co., 205 S. Union.
Bossier TTuderf-ikincr Co., 208 N. Broadway.
VETERINARY SURGEON AND HOSPITAL
J A- Lowell, T). V. S.. 128 S Bell. 99. Ben. 120fi.
I A want ad will bring the required
results in the Ilaily News-Herald.
Vlvtu iou, L>«v. k, Ttmcj building, New York, N. Y
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