The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 228, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 191.
Choose the ones you like: No.
For You Alone (O'Reilly-Giehl) Enrico Caruso 87070
Mocking Bird Alma Gluck-Charles Kellog 74465
Adesle Fideles (Oh, Come. All Yc Faithful)
(with Male Chorus) Latin John McCormack 74436
Humoro&qu© (' iolin) Miacha Elman 74163
Stille Nacht, HeiligeNncht Schumann-Heink 88138
Molli© Darling (Hays) Evan William# 74480
(Lo, Hero the Gentle Lark! Olive Kline!
I Ma Curley-Headad Babby Olive Klinel
!Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose )
Orpheus Quartet >18183
When Evening Shadows Fall Orpheus Qt.)
Washington Post March Sousa's Bandj17302
'[El Capitan March (Sousa) Sousa's Band/
Gems from Bohemian Girl, Part I
Victor Opera Company
Choru*. "Away to Hill .net Clan"—Solo. "I Dreamt
| Dwelt in Mnrblo HalU" — Solo, "ileaft Bow'd
Down"- Mixed Quartet. "Silenc*. the Lady Moon"
—Solo. "1 air Land ol Poland"—Chorus. "Happy
Gems from Bohemian Girl, Part II
Victor Opera Company
Chorus. "In the Gypsy's Life"—-Solo and Chorus.
"Com« with the Gypsy ilrido"—Solo, "liliss Forever
—l>uc . "What is tlie Spell"—Solo, "Thsn
You'll Rnmembrr Me"—Sola and Chorus, "Oh,
Whut Lull Delight"
Write or 'phone for the ones you wish. Or, best of
all, come in and hear them for yourself before selecting.
Victors and Victrolas, $10 to $400.
JUDGE GILLETTE PERMITS
■> AL JEM Mines TO PRACTICE IN HIS CO**
A I, JENNINGS IN "ItB AT-
ING BACK" AT THE
. ECKMANS ,
for throat amd lungs
'A Calcium compound
lief In many .\.uU
Prov!d« n lri hand
♦fly highly rfcnmi
tains no harmful dr
that will brlnir
B0 cento a box, including war tax
SMOKE TIPANI fi CENT CIGARS.
AT ALL DEALERS. 31-mo.
FOR KENT—Ono room BUltakle
for single lady or gentleman or
couplo lor light housekeeping. Hi
K. 10th. Phono 410-J. 30-6-tf
FOR SALE—5 room modern house,
lot 70 ft. front, small barn, 941 N
University. Call between 8 and
10:30 a. m. 27-4-12t
FOR SALE—6 room modern house.
Call at r,o7 N. Park. 177-24-tf
FOR KENT—Furnlsncd. rooms
S02 N. Philadelphia. 32-6-tf
FOR RENT Two room cottage In
the roar of 418 W. 11th. Unfur-
I'it-hod or would furnish. 8-tf
♦ Office I'hone 570. ♦
*■ Residence Phone I Ill-It. ♦
♦ TOM ('. WAM1RE1', ♦
♦ LAWYER. ♦
♦ Mammoth Bldg. Rooms 111-112 ♦
♦ Shawnee. Okln. ♦
lij- Goo. W. Taylor,
0. R. U. Student.
Phone 1162-B. Bef. Mrs. Vclton.
CHAS. E. WELLS
Practice in all Courts
224-6 Elks Bldg. Phone !
MVf 8 HOWEll
Elks Building Phone 120
FOR RENT—Two rooms upetaira
at corner of Main and Broadway.
Inquire Continental Stores Co.
Furnished room for light house-
keeping, modern. 210 S. Philadel-
FOB SAM MI8CBLLANT0P8.
FOR SALE—Buick Four, has only
been run 1500 miles. Price $600. B.
A. Wllkerson, Tecumseh, Okla.
FOR SALE - About 40 bales oC
good prairie hay. 730 N. Market.
FOR SALE—5 acre tract close In.
well imuroved, F room house with
sleeping porch, barn, smokehouse and
well arranged for chickens, 2 acres
berries, one acre garden, balance pas-
ture. Write or phone 285. A. 11. Iken-
berry, 109 North Broadway, Shawnee.
FOR SALE OR TRADE —For
stock, 5 passenger car, In good con-
dition. Phono 1152. 47-7-6t
FOR SALE:—Three fresh cqws,
high grade Jerseys, good producers,
1 miles west of Baptist University.
K. H. Coleman. Phone K P 25.
FOR SALE—Five gilts to bring
pigs, 2 young mules. Inquire at 605
N. Philadelphia. 61-9-6t
160 ACRES FOR SALE—Price
$2,500, near Tecumseh where rain
falls and everything grows; no
chances here; good timber, spark-
ling springs, fruit, and vegetables
galore. 70 acres cultivated, small
house and outbuildings. $1,000 cash,
balance 10 years at 6 per cent. Quick
action; might take in good Ford.
Ben Wilson, McLoud, Okla.
J. C. Wllkerson, Prop.
General Machine Shop ork
Phone 263 122 N. Deard
ItOSSLKK UNDERTAKING CO.
Lung Motor Service
High Class Service
W A N T E D—MI SUE LLANE0U8.
WANTED- Young man that can
play some Instrument, for musical
comedy. Good salary and railroad
tare. Experience unnecessary. Ap-
ply Cozy Theater. Ask for Mr. Gil-
-Piano box in good con-
E. Main. 73-9-3t
WANTED—Some one wanting to
move to Drumright to share a car
with me about Jan. 19. Address 1301
E. Main street. 72-10-3t
WANTED—Man past draft age to
drive team. Married man and wife
without children preferred; good
place for both during winter. Phone
1280 or call at 1502 North Tucker
WANTED—Furniture, shoea and
ciothing. Highest prices. Phone 226.
Kenyon Second Hand Store.
WANTED—Position by first class
stenographer with first class refer-
ences. Answer S., care News-Her-
WANTED—White laborers, Rock
Island work, 27Vj p°r hour and up.
10 to 12 hours. Apply Rock Island
new water station. South Kickapoo
street. H. J. Luce, Foreman.
WANTED—Laborers on telephone
construction work and also young
men who wish to learn the tele-
phone business. Apply to Plant
Chief of Southwestern Bell Tele-
phone Company. 65-9-3t
A Moral Lesson.
The dramatization of "BEATING
BACK," written by Al Jennings and
W;l! Irwin, in the Saturday Evening
Post, being the life history of
Jennings, has been indorsed by every
agency of good throughout the Unit-
ed States as being of infinite good in
teaching the great fundamental
principal of American life—equality
of every man.
In this unusual plcturizatlon of Al
Jennings' career we see a man
human life like the rest of us—
outlaw, train robber, and ultimately
a convict; then pardoned by broad-
ralnded President McKinley and
given another chance at making
We see him return to his native
state where the fellowship of his
former friends is denied him—tht.
cold shoulder of disrespect turned
on him, but this little brawny man
whom a New York critic declared a
"human dynamo,'• was not to be
daunted, for during the dismal nights
between prison walls and during the
hard days of labor and oppression
under prison masters, this little
man, erstwhile outlaw and terror of
the Oklahoma hills, made a resolve
to travel the straight and narrow
way, and upon his release from
prison to point out to tne coming
generation the .fallacy of wrong do-
We see him working his way back
Into the good graces of his former
friends and neighbors; we see him
with the ono suit that was given him
upon leaving prison worn into tat-
ters pleading with Judge Gillette of
Lawton to permit him to practice in
his court, (he had been prior to his
outlawry an attorney-at-law); we
see him winning the case in the
court of Judge Gillette which started
him on his feet in a financial way;
we see him graciously ignoring the
rebuffs of old, and mav we sav
hypocritical comrades, until through
persistent hammering at the gates of
society; having, been recognized, we
see him running for the highest of-
fice In his state, governor of Okla-
Why shouldn't it be, If there is
anything in Christianity; if there s
r helpng hand to a failen brother—
why then Is it not hypocritical for
any man or woman to condemn Al
J. Jennings who 'has beat back,
buried his corrupt past and come
forth with full repentance In quest
of the public's recognition, and Is,
now devoting his time and entire
income to the redemption of his fel-
Educational and religious agencies
in all parts of the country have en-
dorsed tho Saturday Evening Post's
story of ''Be;'.ting Back" and that it
contains a moral lesson to every one
viewing it and makes for good is
Mr. Jennings- reason for its produc-
tion at the Savoy Theatre on Satur-
'I FIRMLY BELIEVE
IT SAVED MY LIFE'
Declares Medicine That Will
Do What Tanlac Did for
Her, Deserves Praise.
"By the help or Tanlac I have
overcome troubles I had begun to
fear would end mv life," said Mrs.
Aline Ramsey, who resides at 303
South Pearl Street, Dallas, Texas,
'My stomach has been troubling
me for eight years," she continued,
end I had gotten to where I
couldn't even eat raw eggs or drink
weet milk without suffering after-
wards. At times my stomach was
gassy and upset that I couldn't
retain a thing. For the past two
years I have had rheumatism in my
right shoulder and arm so bad I
could hardly use my hand. I was
so nervous and miserable I could
hardly sleep at all and could do no
work without feeling completely
exhausted. I was badly constipated,
had such a glimmer before my eyes
l could hardly see and would often
get so dizzy I had to lie down.
"I took nearly every medicine I
ever heard of and tried in vain so
long without getting anything to
help me that I had begun to think I
couldn't get well. Then my nephew
from Georgia told me about Tanlac
and while I never got much relief
from my first bottle, the second got
me to eating heartv and sleeping
fine. I finished my third bottle with
such a big appetite that I could
hardly get enough to *eat and my
stomach trouble and rheumatism are
gone. So now I can eat what I want,
sleep like a child and am praising
Tanlac for my wonderful recovery.
I firmly believe it has saved my life
and such a medicine Is worth prais-
Tanlac is sold in Shawnee by Pub-
lic Drug Store, in Tecumseh by
Klapp's Drug Store, in Maud by
Shiery Drug Co., in Wanette by J. J.
Quinn, in Asher by Brandenburg
Brothers, in Macomb by Macomb
Drug Co., in McLoud by Mooney &
Cox, and in Tribbey by City Drug
The "Spurlos Versenkt" Man
Tells of Camp Suffering
s .ism ii hi i M
Via.iitf;rM rnw.if)HN ga ftLP j
Major-General Edward St. John
Greble, commanding the Thirty-Bixth
division in training at Camp Bowie.
Tex,, frankly told the Senate com-
mittee investigating the condition of
soldiers that at Bowie there were
improper sanitation, inadequate hos-
pital facilities and insufficient cloth-
OOOOOOOOOO 0 0000
O CLEAR, PEACHY SKIN
O AWAITS ANYONE WHO
O DRINKS HOT WATER
Says an inside bath, before
breakfast helps us look and
feel clean, sweet, fresh.
Itny S72. 208 N. Broadway
Meeting Grows in Interest
Evangelist Al. Jennings
Convention Hail at 7:30 p. m.
You Arc Wclcomc
WANTED — Reliable
general house work.
Union, l'lione r>7:M<
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST OH STOLEN—Friday night
Jan 4. 1018 from my tailor shop. 419
South Hell street, one pin striped
suit, one blue serge suit, one black
serge suit and one brown salt and
pepper suit. Kinder or for informa
tion regarding same, notify Fred
Rich, 410 South Dell street. Phone
412 §15.00 reward. 58-8-Ct
lost, 5l5 Sung Morvrix;
on Tuesday. Elk ring mounting set
with diamond. Finder return tc
Stato National Dank and receive re
LOST—On Dell and
niBckinaw. Call 109G-J.
STKAYHDY Oil STOLEN—Collie
dog. 2 years old, named Max. White
collar and feet. Howard. Return to
400 N. Park street or phone 572-U.
A modern 4 room house on
lots, opposite Catholic Academy on
Capitol Hill. Oklahoma City, to trade
for good bottom land, 40 acres or
more in Pott county or will pay
cash. Fred Iteinaner, 605 East 5th
street, Oklahoma City. 67-10-4t
for Coughs e Colds
—sold considerable, too, and
now it is known the nation over
as the standard cough and cold
remedy. Successful and satis-
factory because it is quick act-
ing and safe. Doesn't upset the
stomach nor docs it nauseate.
Use it for that mean hacking
cough, and in all stages of grippe.
Get it at your druggists
Always Lead to Better Health
Serious sicknesses start in disorders
of the Stomach and Liver. The best
corrective and preventive is Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They prevent Con-
stipation, keep Liver, and Bowels in a
healthy condition. Effective, mild. 25c.
OltAY HAIR BECOMES
DARK AND BEAUTIFUL.
HIGHEST PRICES pals! tor second
hand clothing. AI o all kinds ot Junk
brass, rapper, rubber, iron Phone No
SSI, L. slutaky, 115 South Union. 16-tt
MONEY TO LKND. at low rates on
well located city property; can b«
paid off Just like house rent Stand
ard Savings & lx>an Association ol
Detroit, Mich. Lambard-Hart Com-
pany local agents. Telephone 341.
money TO LOAN on Improved
city property. Monthly payment
plan See Geo. K Hunter, lfi'/t East
Main St. Phone 165. 66-D-lmo
POSITIVELY the best remedy for
.hat dread disease Eczema. Also
Itch, Barber's Itch, Ringworm, Toe
Itch, Sweaty, Galdea or Bad
Smelling Feet. Price $1.00.
REMEDY and hair tonic abso-
lutely REMOVES the Dandruff,
prevents the hair falling out, also
stops all itching on first applica-
tion. Price $1.00. m
MANKIN'S HEALING SALVE
has no equal for old sores, car-
buncles, lnllamation of any kind,
Etc. Price 50 cents.
OR MONEY REFUNDED
The above articles for talc by all first
Jass Druggi t&.
THE MANKIN REMEDY CO.
Oklahoma City, U. S. A.
MONEY TO LEND—On farm
hinds, low rates pre-payment
privileges, prompt service. See or
write us Lambard-Hart Loan Co.
Try (i rand mother's Old Favorite Ite-
cJpe < f Bog* Tea and Sulphur.
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly com-
pounded, brings back tho natural
color and lustre to the hair when
faded, streaked cr gray. Years ago
the only way to get this mixturo was
to make it at home, which is mussy
Nowadays we simply ask at any
drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound." • You will get a
large bottle of this old time recipe
improved by the addition of other
ingredients for about 50 cents. Every-
body uses this preparation now, be-
cause no one can possibly tell that
you darkened your hair, as sit does
it so naturally and evenly. You
dampen a sponge or soft brush with
it and draw this through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time;
by morning the gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
thick and glossy and you look years
younger. Wyeth's Sage and Sul-
phur Compound is a delightful toilet
requisite. It is not intended for the
cure, mitigation or prevention ol
FBO(IkM\i io\* TO
In order that the City of Shaw
nee may observe tho Bamo lightless
nights as other cities will observe
during the war, so that the conser-
vation of fuel may begin in the
store, the shop, and at home, 1
Frank Stearns, mayor of the City of
Shawnee, do proclaim Thursday and
Sunday nights as lightless nights
and ask that all window display
lights, olectrlc signs, decorative
lights, and all unnecessary lights in
the home be discontinued on
above mentioned nights. The con
servation of fuel Is urged by the
National and the State fuel adminis
tiators, and the saving ot fuel is as
necessary as the saving of other
necessities that we are observing.
Attest: FRANK ROODHOUSE,
F P STEARNS,
Sparkling and vivacious — merry,
bright, alert—a good, clear skin and
a natural, rosy, healthy complexion
are assured only by pure blood. Jf
only every man and woman could
be induced to adopt the morning in-
side bath, what a gratifying change
would take place. Instead or the
thousands of sickly, anaemic-looking
men, -women and girls, with pasty or
muddy complexions; instead of the
multitudes of "nerve wrecks," "run-
downs," "brain fags" and pessimists
we should see a virile, optimistic
throng of rosy-cheeked people every-
An inside bath is had by drinking
each morning, before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water with a tea-
spoonful of limestone phosphate in
it to wash from the stomach, liver,
kidneys and ten yards of bowels the
previous day's indigestible waste,
sour fermentations and poisons, thus
cleansing sweetening and freshen-
ing the entire alimentary canal be-
fore putting more fdod intt> the
Those subject to sick headache,
biliousness, nasty breath, rheuma-
tism, colds; and particularly those
who have a pallid, sallow complex-
ion and who are constipated very
often, are urged to obtain a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate at the
drug store which will cost but a
trifle, but is sufficient to demon-
strate the quick and remarkable
change in both health and appear-
ance, awaiting those who practice
internal sanitation. We must
member that inside cleanliness Is
more important than outside, be-
cause the skin does not absorb im-
purities to contaminate the blood
while the pores in the thirty feet of
to have another big banquet. Only
those securing one or more members
will be permitted to attend. Get
hupy: you can't afford to miss this
function. Also prizes of $25 cash
given to the different homesteads
making a total of $300 to be given
away by the castle office. Our home-
stcad must have one of these prizes.
You must do your part We also
have a chance to earn a loving cup.
All this requires is for every mem-
ber to be present next Wednesday
night and bring with you the appli-
cation of some neighbor or friend to
become a member of your home-
15 H0UR1A DAY
Marvelous Story of Woman's
Change from Weakness
to Strength by Taking
Peru, Ind.—" I suffered from a dis-
placement with backache and dragging
down pains so
badly tnat at times
I could not be on
my feet and it did
not seem as though
I could stand it I
any benefit and
told me nothing
but an operation
wjuld do me any
good. My drug-
e'st told me of
ydia E. Pink-
Compound. I took
it with the result
that I am now well
. and strong. I get
up in the morning at fou* o'clock, domv
housework, then go to a factory and work
all day, come home and get supper and
feel good. 1 don't know how many of
my friends I have told what Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
done forme."—Mrs. Anna Meteriano,
36 West 10th St., Peru, Ind.
Women who suffer from any such ail-
ments should not fail to try this famous
root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound.
HEAVY MEAT EATERS
HAVE SLOW KIDNEYS
Eat Less Meat If You Feel Rnek-
nehy or Have ltladder Trouble.
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mlstako by
flushing the kidneys occasionally,
says a well-known authority. Meat
forms uric acid which excites the
kidneys, they become overworked
from the strain, get sluggish and
fail to filter the waste and poisons
from the blood, then we get sick.
Nearly all rheumatism, headaches,
liver trouble, nervousness, dizziness,
sleeplessness and urinary disorders
come from lugglsh kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache
In the kidneys or your back hurts or
if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full
of sediment, irregular o f passage
attended by a sensation of scald-
ing, stop eating meat and get about
four ounces of Jad Salts from any
pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast and
in a few days your kidneys will 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
and stimulate the kidneys, also to
neutralize the acids in urine so it no
longer causes irritation, thus ending
Jad Salts is inexpensive and can-
not injure; makes a delightful effer-
vescent lithia-water drink which
everyone should take now and then
to keep the kidneys clean and active
and the blood pure, thereby avoiding
serious kidney complications.—Adv.
Our plans have been laid for 1918
to offer you a great saving on all
jour needs in merchandise. Frankol
Let J. F. Dickson wrfte your Fire
vnd Tornado Insurance. 17-tf
SMOKE TIPANI n
M ALL DEALERS.
HEAR AL JENNINGS*
Sat. Afternoon and Night
GET IN LINE.
While our supply of boys' suits
last we offer a waving. Frankel
SAVE A QUARTER.
Suits cleaned and pressed $100.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Shawnee
(Meaning & Dye Wrorks, 718 E. Main.
I'hone 1350. 6-2-tf
SMOU III AM •> < KNT CtGABS.
AT ALL DEALERS. 21-lmo
LOST, ELK RING MOUNTING
on Tuesday. Elk ring mounting set
with diamond. Finder return tr
State National Bank wnd recoive re
A Woman's Duty
SMOKE TIF AM 6 CENT CIGARS.
AT ALL DEALERS. 21-lmo
Since the beginning cf time, it has
been woman's sphere in life to roar the
future generation. Throe neneratlnns of
expectant mothors havo aided naturo by
the regular use of the time-honored ex-
ternal application, "Mother'3 Friend".
This cafe and reliable emollient poftenn
tho skin of tho abdomen; tho muscles ex-
and cac'ly end more naturally when
baby is born, and th'.s liniment Is the
greatest contribution of science to a hap-
• Mother's Friend'' is the prescription
of a famous physician who proscribed It
in his obstetrical practice for over forty
years, and Is cf Buch a helpful and nat-
ural nature as to be in every way neces-
sary to the expectant mother. All rellablo
druggists Hupply "Mother's Friend". Apply
it yourself to the abdomen r.nd brcantn
night and morning. Wrlto tho Bradfleld
Regulator Co., Dept. L, 200 Lamar Build-
ing, Atlanta, Oh., and they will pond you
a little, book brimful rf i-clcntllloally pro-
pared information, without charge. V. rU*
for It by all means, ar.'l "< rot ;\il to aid
nature by tho uco of ''Mother'" Trlend".
Ask for a bottle of 'Taothcr'n _ rlend" b.
vour druggist's today.
Nature Needs Assistance
A little help goes a long ways.
If you would ketp your body in a
healthy and robust condition, throb-
bing with that splendid vitality that
indicates freedom from all ailments,
first of all see that your blood is
kept pure. Any slight impurity that
creeps into your blood will soon effect
the well-being of your whole system
A few bottles of S. S. S. will give
just the assistance that nature needs
Ceeping You Well
in keeping the blood absolutely fre«
of all impurities. This old remedy is
a wonderful purifier and tonic, and
has no equal for keeping the blood
rich and pure. It builds up the ap-
petite and tones up the entire system.
S. S. S. is sold by druggists every-
where. It has been successfully used
for more than fifty y ars, and people
in practically every state testify to
its ereat worth. Write for booklets
and free medical advice to Swift Spe-
cific Co., Dept. £ Atlanta, Gi.
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