The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 36, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 17, 1917 Page: 4 of 6
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i •■•': M'IML 17. 1917. h
Come in and see the W onder
Friday, April 20th, 1917
The demonstrator from the
factory w ill instrut i y<1
Easy to Vaster tf Pr.e-ce and
Cct:rm Serse Aire U*e<L
THPEE METHODS OF TEiCr '.3
O'l !i tft P '.***- Ftfttr *f-
ct- i" "• D* ftJ Cs«trc *"-C
ftsboa cf t*-* * ' ci U
L wee r v T-a - -; War ? :*i
It must be seen to be appreciated. One machine
given away free. Not a premium for any
Don't forget the date
" THE HARDWARE STORE "
PHONE 143 MAIN &.PHILA.
.it .. TSLJa • IiLteitst
o : oq ti* airc-aa than oq the ma-
th;.:* -- .th wt. it be 6 -w ti* fiyiag.
Nitcn . , i. G. Giij Airic 1—
Pegn. r Mftta:.r,f. tLe ir?: qatfC i
is. Hot c-1 Le iars to f J T
P.; kft L<A h,*rl U kun Tbt <*-
lertli. trt ^2ic® *-*-
pet* . %. Nothing «•]« is rt-;If
& "f *- ifci- .• Z&.IL 3 «£.se be "*"—1 w--
jif ufe Cj it.g hft> tin! be
will enje-y a r«L? .«a ': * *e2f coaSdet**.
1/ be is patieil be am r*oc harry
li.'ocxi bis coarse. A k: 'i-
of £j ag Is «lan zeroes *.~n
MM : alL Bj tti-i? tf.lSg* «4iJ *
c. ctfe or six weeks s;«eat ft*. & g i
■vtaCfM sefcooi * . - t_txe ft ri* .*;•-
BLi:-. is*-- ft fftl"" ^ - - trft--*d
*nd ft w. Lira ti* best epcct of
bb *sdrt lifetime.
Of t .:j tbe 0wwin of artatioa
b.r.t f- •cafrr' " - 4 ih*a dlSr. :
«•- j daLgeraa* art. *."- ! ft-, i.-rtt'ea in.
'.be vor&i t -lay owe tbefe ijri&s abt*-
;:y Wr.rbts. I;er. - ai*I cxbtr-
of tbe men v o *e^t > fce. 7S.*r-
are fljing toils y a iiciter of alrr^-
wbo eat - game in tbe earl.-
races at>d who by k u4 perwer- |
ajftoe Eu?tmd the art *ith T«y i.::.-
•j«t« 4e asfbtaan. TL«e*e *«v
wUhrAM. rsofe tiiftii a n. ; :;>c-arT Vi-^s
<S« rp t
TMi KI' HT% Of7 THl AlUItML pri ^
j ply ta ikia better tbaa ajijibiag eLae.
Every .b affli ' - *iii I , t a ns, -. ► U i -
perfto&a who, if ihey do w* uke aa } tu« to be tmtb tba: joe will boI oe
ac:aai *a <5i«tert^a& par si-arly ia'-tre*i al i*.ay a*ay; or
estertaicjtte^u fay ' « e:A| e.ta of .* p- «- '- ^pj^ca: ? i'*er ;• .
tLh.T aei&ctr;Tt *2 ^euX tc.0« *■! «t- U*« fea,Te -
ter disre«ar<3 of otber peop^r't Hjgfett. ] qeieily ac4 let yoer ^.?:xrs^3o
It is «afe *o aitutf *.bat tbe Eaaiorl- ai) bt «kti*Se<t, <nj<>7 ■' y* Vs*;"
tj o! people vbo go to < barcA. a a&' o< *ae eoart^ij . t^e i-t:-
** • or iinii ml of aay kiad, so j tomer*.
Another tU>| ana ox w-
tear tae apeaatr* --# •
•ebe>2«;e< to aps^ear.k ar. : wJsea it-:
per ma. be*.it jott. befi.ti yoe or
Iroct of yoa perns t la ulkxg ar;
lae*ii!nj!r. ae or a* .5 store oCUri
rav, *be. i* trimplir.f ' yoar ri*--*
lad tae righta of erery el «
•Mm Ikk tery often tbe peraon
ote eix«: aai y« alzoo*? forced to r
ply. If so/.n persona *ere • je
tbey were being ciifpeaaabiy tkI-
gariy radt, tney woei-: reien: 5". hot-
ly, for there we lew that do at* kaow
better. But wne?cer it .* rrjora: •
or mere thoagh-
makes lodi aa nnacit:^*'*-: ds an« r
of hiaueif U 4e«er* ;,g of jast each a
There are people that >'T - bos
an4 wotld not t- ak c4 talk ag ai l
wonM resetst talkies from other* at
any eelerlsfcment of a ict.' at ^.fea--
ntter, b«'. tlaoegatNeatly u.k ar. ec-
tdi nin nti of any otiMsr kind# A
seaa-i* mor-r ctarity.
praiiliag diiSdren If
r-a-de of the right kind
la isotkiog tweeter to
the prattle of child re
i heby fm too
la a place for all
- cryitg or
a person is
l. and eve
ag. And t«
To Owners of
We are prepared to ad-
just and repair all mod-
els of Edison Phono-
Complete stock o f
Edison Blue Amberola
Call or write us for
A. H. Smith, Mgr.
122 F. Main Shaw nee, Okla
z>-l tbe dair*r* they La i nn-
Ti>ey knew tbat tbe aTera?*
pera^yr, . i ae-ancelj warn-
vin:iriiittrt<l owrse In ftirstai*: .
Ariati^ Li>l " : - to fray. a^4 ft lciz-
Ler of firms ttir-d rf-r:ar - • -• In
wbkb tbe tbe ear er ei
perlzoei.f«• . -W be disMflisftted ftEK^
:.be e'er growing Limlen of enth . .
teachl&g Cjisg—Ibe ca'je-1 F.*£"
sywets. tbe daa! rttroj syt: rm and a
rricaUnatkxi of tbe fro .--rg iy oeed u-
•lay f->r tra^.ir.r war \i.
TTfce Frer i s: v«em wai tte fr-t in
general t e e'4 '• -'l^ed In tea alnar
<x*s*\t to Cy by ti* conrtant critkrisn^.
'!r *" e and d- -• i-tratl of a coiape-
f4Vc to-tr. * r Tbe :-■
gsreti * beary. low power**! #d 1 wott -
oet er a h (ab •? of ijiif-w«a
ly called a "tarf—end srlven pn^r-
rice !a rost'.nr tbe machfce on tbe
gr*Hox d. In > way be a -T;>* «*d
bizn*e f to tte < f ac aer i ar.e.
tbe ln«f*ar:t n of tbe i:>xor and ti
of tb • When tbe p^5
eookl rcL d- wn tb-e CeM in a fetfecliy
straight Ike ar.d do it cocstsienUy b*,-
was given "bop®-"
"II were made on a machine bet
itlgbtly better tban tbe taxi aod con-
slated la making v. rt Jtxinr * acrt>*s
tbe t< J at a b _!.t of f jr to fl^e feet, j
This was tbe most tr ■ lag part of tbe
tttIre cs-irgr. at tt.- ;• ::.t scia«bes j
were m«/«t HkeTy to happen. If tbe
pi;;; misjo.l.*e*l hio be:i*bt from tbe
rr -.1] or ili Lis est - . trw'l t;
str-f U his i • 'I su-talne i f.igbt
tbe en*! .r ^ .i '.■ y disaatrooa.
if be went aboot matters sensibly be
wouWI - ► .-."i 1* pr *ed to **fctrai-'bt--
or fli.-tu Ui a strak-'. t line. aU>«t L ?
a tnile 1 -fig. Tbe usual b -Lt Id
work waa twenty-five or thirty feet
fron tbe gr i.vl.
Tbe d ;a ntrul s; N :n t'bc^
whlly by desu ustrati- u ^nd pre tic
In actual air work. A h!gh pov>ere<!
machine fitted with duplicate eotitrob
la u.M.-d. and tbe pupil stnrta by riding
with tHe i r and Wat-bins bin.
work. By > mp!y rest n g his b jnds and
feet on tbe • -lit. s tbe n« vice cari feel
tbe amount of n.^t: n i -- ry to
ban tile tbe macLine iiredoally tbe ma-
chine is glTeft over to the pupil, the
pilot being ever on tbe alert to correal
bl- mistxtL' - and t ■ Ueia .ustrete it*
•«oii,ts Jm tlie pupil becomt*> m re and
more skillful tbe pil t requires harder
Tbe dua. control p;- -tem of teaching
is mew bat bard on tbe instr.. tor. as
it often uectT^itaU-s five and six hours
in tbe air e*ery day for weeks at a
time. Tbe average time in tbe air re-
quired to train a pupil by this mcth <1
h 4ou minutes, which is divided into
Hights of twenty minutes each. It is
now used in this country by all the
government b.bools and tbe private
Tbe combination or Kngllsh system
consists of equal : arts of ground work
alone and air work w ith tbe instructor.
As tbe pupil becomea more advanced
. v , tbe ground work Is gradually diapensed
What g rl or woman a>n t hea: and air u. rk—•till with tbe in-
,o remove rrnup.ei.oa ,tn)ctur_,u!„,t,le<L jiaally tb« papll
•-« - -
an4 lh'' hi-: !en burnt y? But Ipmon cn« tot Msllc^st
juice alone is acid, therefore irritat- j
ing. and should be mixed with or- s Using Up th Straw.
chard white this way. Strain through j jn effect a bulletin of the United
h. fine cloth the juice of two fresh states department of agriculture asks
lemons Into a bottle containing tlle .\mcrican farmer cannot i ut
aUMit three ouikes of orchard white. #trtn. !l( tj,e saiue uso as it U put by
the plac* for a cry.eg pri i... *
child. If you are not one of tbe*e
n.'*iem clothers who think babiea
«boa>i be in bed by ceres o'clock at
least, and ft is dftngeroas to tak-:
small children to i abiic places, the'
take the baby. Many of tbem sill j
cot mike tbe slightest distruhsnce' at j
church, theater or any place of a t rn- j
liar character, hut teem to enjoy the
r. right lights and fscitment for a
i.aae and then go quietly to sleep. Bat. I
I if he sfcowld dry or persist in dis- j
turMog prattle, for gewdnesa sake
| take 'him ost until he becomes quiet: t
' c ad if he refuse* to be quieted, would
' it not be kinder to forego your own J
pleasure for tbe once and go home
i rather than spoil the evening lor sev-
eral hundred otheri.
In this category it seen.- a pity to
ieaTe oat the "End Sealer Our ad-
vice to him—only again it is usually
ler, is to sa on the end if you want
to. It is your right. If it is incon-
| venient for the people wbo come in
i after aM to climb over your feet
and umbrella, that is no concern of
yours; you got there first. If it hap-
pens to be at a funeral, more than
ever refuse to budge an inch. You
not only make yourself more con-
spicuous. but you will be in a posi-
t mu to get a good look at tae casket
as it rolls b> and to stare into the
faces of lh«. stricken mourners. The
chances are you never met the tie-
ceased or you would need no such ad-
monishment. but no matter, you are
within your right*. §o SIT STILL.
H. S. TOWNS KM).
LEMONS BRING OUT
THE HIDDEN BEAUTY
Make thl lotion for very little
cost and just &ee
April Allotment at Old Price
After May 1st, All Cars New Price
Last Chance for You to Own a "Vvorlc s Non-
Stop Record Champion Car at the Old Price
r rite in cost of steel and other raw materials is forcing up the price o. t. - • laxwell C
because the Maxwell Company has refused to cheapen by a single penny anything tnat goes .n o
making of the "world's non-stop record champion car.
The factory has agreed to let us have our April allotment cars (ordered in March) at the old price;
that ^hy we can gilyou for a few days more the bi gest bargain in a real automobde ever offered
in the history of the automobile industry.
We CM *i« YOU fron: no--r until VUy l t to own tki
.otM , cMi=p:oa ol<i prlce'
After May 1st Identically the Same Car—
But at the New Advanced Price
Not a particle of diSertaee in tie car itself.
—the lime model and deeifn in every detail,
—the san=e .uper-proOiKrt of tie be.t aatomoiile eipenence
tbe nniTt e^neer^f Sji and craffman^p. backed by one of
the largest factories is the world,
—the ure .peedy Sre-panenjer, nx y, comfortable, ea.y-
ridinf, beautiful a-.tomobiie,
tie lame fajnoua record-mak-=|
lb. aine powerful cotcr that at biUi.
—.ame Maxwell car that by its many rec-.rc* of 1SO.OOO
„il„ actual r.nmn, (which equal* 20 years ^^"wirld^
earr-ed for itself erery.nere the proud tile, .he World,
Greatest Meter Cir Vaiae."
A Car of Endurance, Economy and Amazing
Mileage Per Gallon of Gas
For 22.022 miles—for 44 days and nijht,—a Maxwell car
ran without once stoppia? the motor.
There is the world's non-stop record for enJr?- '5
testiied to by the American Automobile Asse:i:—
Monthly Expenses $8.19
For 9 700 mV.it Mrs. Mir a-ri Seeley, Professor at the
Ore*:,* Ai :W C" ?e, drove her Maxwell on i total
l .in «ii mini, iwlrfu «*s. oil and repairs, of 1 i «ents per
mile, making on aitsgt monthly running expense ot iS.IV.
There'* a record expense performance—often lowered by
hundreds cf Maxwell owners every month.
When You Buy a Maxwell You Buy a Real Car
You don't hare to fijure up another two or three hundred
dollars on ' extras" when you buy a Maxwell car.
You jet what you p=7 for and what you are entitled to—a
thoroughly up-to-date a u:c mob Je, compkte in every respect.
You know the whole story now—the story of the increased
price ceit month and tht ttory of your last chance to bay at S6~5.
If you buy in May you'll get the same car
exactly. BUT the price will be $665.
TODAY the Maxwell is $635.
The difference is the premium for your prompt
All ! rkiv f- < b. D ti'*'it
Gorman-Head Auto Co.
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISY-TRY THIS!
Says glass cf hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
6 W. 11th street.
TOR RENT—Two nicely :
I rooms for light housekeepin
, , ... j FOR RENT- Three moderi
To see the tinge of hea.thy Jlocm ; ^ rw)ms closc ia< -
in your face, to see your skin ge: j(. ' "
clearer and desrer. to wake up with-
not i jdscbe. backache, coated' HLN. ' •iinL"
tongue or a lAsty breath, in fact
feel your bett, day in and day o-:.
Just try inside-baihiiig everj- morning
for one week.
Before breakfast each dav drink a
glass of real hot water w r. i tea-
spoonful of limestone pnosphats in it
as a armies^ mtans o! washing
from t..e stoaasch. liver, kidneys ind
R RENIT f <
ron, furnished roo
ing in one of the
in the city. In
or four roocit
6 p. im
irom e s;omac... .... -• . ?-
bowels ".lie previous (hy's indigestible W. H. Parker. I.'s .
Nice rooms with or
modern conveniences. 1
waste, sour bile and toxins; . -
clear ng. sweetening and purifying
•.he ent.re alimentary cnnal before
potting oiore food imo the stomach,
The action of hot water and limestone
phosphate on an empty st^niaca >
wonder.'Ji4y invigorating. It cleans
out ail ti<# soar fermeatitkr.s. g*«- ... .:T
aid ac:i;ry and *!*«• one a splendid ryJn "c"
NNM for housck
)7 N Dell.
tbe European farmer. In Europe the
fanner knows as well as tbe American
fanner that *traw Is not like«! by
stock but instead of burning It or oth-
then shake well and you have
whole quarter pint of sk'.n and com-
plexion lotion at about the cost on*4
usually pays for a small Jar of ordi-
nary old cream. Be sure to strain . " t. rilriittM1,
the lemon Juice so no pulp gets into «rwfcie wasting :it tbe Eiuopeat to ram
the bottle, then thU lotion will re- t chops it up, mixes it with beets, msn-
main pure and fresh for months gels, sllajre or other feeds and tnakis
When applie<l dally to the f • nc«k it so ja la table that it can l«e led to
arms and hands it should help o g.jod advantage.
bleach, dear, smoothen and beautifj
th< skin. ' no not keep your noble tboueht* for
Any druggist will supply ton orr< w's |K em; put them Into t
"W l nisbed rooms in m
appetite for break.ast. S4T-R
A quarter pound cf limestone [-hoc- —' " —
phate wi!l cost ver>* little at the drug , R a an<.
store b • is sufficient to demonstrate
thatjuat as soap and hot water
cleanses, sweetens and freshens the
skin, so hot water and limestone! re
phosphate act on the blood and inter-
nal organs. Those who are .-uh.--
to const patlon. bilious attacks, aci:
stomach rheumatic twings. aiso -i
whose ^k^n is sallow and complexion
5.00 per week
ing. 315 N. C)
; 2 hone 6SS-J.
?ping, first floor.
> or tahree unlur-
«iern home. Phone
i at 20S X. Union.
- saw W • ,1 UK ut
pallid are ass ired that one week of r , .
'inside-bathing will have them both v.
ounces of orchard white at very lit-
tle cost anJ the grocer has the
looking ind feeling better in every
Read the Daily Newt lk-rall.
I OH ^ \ I MISI I I I \ > KOI V
l tX)U SALE—Nice iresh Jer
F «R SALE—A Chivker.: g piano.,
an Overland car and home ai.; four
FOR SALE^-Ford roadster. Al con-
dition. Roy Ferguson. W .taker's
Garage. 53-iS-3t ,
roi SALE—12 room rooming}
house, a bargain if taken at • nee. t all
E. Main. 63-ll-6t
FOR SALE • : hur.ared ti. isanu
shares Uncle Sam 0:1 Co. s: k at
half cent share. Certiiicates as fol-
lows: 5' shares 1:5. 0; 10.000
shares. $50.00; 20,000 shares 110 .00;
2".0>0 shares $125.00. Phone 125'*. L.
P. McCord. -4-tf
WAITED MISTtLLA>'EOl >.
WANTED—Woman to do general j
WANTED—Reliable girl for gen-
eral house work. Mrs. E V ?t„ne, j
WANTED—Man with family wants |
v>b on farm near Shawnc-e. Hire Uy
month; wants house. Write F. I-
Finicum. Oklahoma City. Okla Gen- J
cral Delivery. &g-lf-lt |
WANTED ' - experi-
enced in dry goods. Reference ami
ry first letter. F x 66. Shawnee.
Oft", a* 95-15-3t_
WANTED Vour.s n an. good pen-
man. neat address, clerical worltt
vn writing; no
salary wanted and give reference. AA*
- ••• rul ! 8S-15-".
WA "! buy four small pi^s.
-To learn b«rln r
I - ifty few wttki
Write Holer Berber College, 2011 Elm
- for general house-
work. No wnsfcinjL Call at $23 N.
W.V'TED—WatcLt s • at others have
. i to r ; ir an A make keep time.
We guarantee to repair and make
keep perfect time. T. H. Hajtom.
MEN—Oar illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach the barb.r tra a
ily, ma.lad tree. Holer Rarber
College. Pallas. Trxa«. 16*-2t>-lmo
MONEY TO LHND Oft farm lands,
w rates and pre-payment jrlrilegee,
prompt &e~v"ice. See or write ne.
Limbard-Hart Loan Co^ shawnee,
HIGHEST PRICES paid lor aecond
har.d clothing Also all kinds of
■ rk. brass, copper, rubber, iron,
a No. SSL L. Rutaky, 115 South
T*r. iom -
WANTED—Furniture, shoes and
- es. Phone 22C.
K 1 a Sec .id Hand Co. 159-23-ti.
. a: low rates on
well lov 9* ' > "• can f
P. -i ff ; ust 1 «te house rent. Sund-
. r-., I^oan Association ot
efroit. M.'h Ijimbard-Hart Com-
T. lenbone ^4\
L« T State National and Shaw-
National pass books and Fidel-
. Hllg. and l oan book. Return to
. ew* Herald. Suitable reward
LOST -StnTe National and Shaw-
nee National pass books and Fidelity
Building and Loan book. Return to
Now>-Herald; citable reward.
""lost r . ■ brooch set with
pearls In front of Grand Leader.
Finder return to Grand Leader. Re-
VOU.THY ST ITMES.
Conko.v's Dultermilk Starting Food,
Okla S ialt h Ft wi and (^kla Chick
I'Ved are the highest grade poultry
toed on the market. Prices lowest.
Clarke's So. I Store. Clarke £ Kel-
i, 11" We deliver.
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