The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 232, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 16, 1918 Page: 4 of 6
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16. I9|8
iVERE TWO GREAT STATESMEN MOUNT VERNON DRAWS MANY
_ , I
Bismarck and C 2 volt. Men of the Noted Eivcys Frcm Allies and Thc J.
Highest Csnius and Moat Profound
sands of Othera Pay Viait to
At nearly the same date the world
beheld an empire of Germany and a
kingdom of Italy reviving the old glo-
ries of a distant past and giving a na-
tlonal Character and a national spirit
to millions who had long cherished a
I '""niDion language and common habits
[-trap Travis I
Hal and prtpa
le raen at
to be relished by the'
petites. The supply o[
Iways been plentiful and
of clothing has kept pace
tual needs The soldiers
ared for. without being
1th the j
'idled and the case;
principle things that sol-
clothes and food—are
intensove is given pra
man of the stiectire
Camp Traria. When
and the booinlngc of w
no more, peace and cit
rt-ap profit* from much of the train
in#r that theaoldiers of the rational
Army are now berclring. Soldiers
will become citizens Letter fitted to
iu**et the responsibilities that good
tttaizen* must ever shoulder
w ho entered the Army
trade, or a fixed calling
Hilt of the Instruction they
receiving return to their peaceful
pursuits equipped to create wealth
ir< m raw material. They will be
aid*, to aid commerce, to build endu- Ura. .
111r in other words i- no longer . pi'npies, rash, blackhe^d^anlj3' rtdS
on idea profession Rather it >- akin diseases will be removed
like a big power pi.nt, each pi- . For clearing the skin and making it
functioning with ore ssion m,ikin. .orously healthy, always use lemo the
for maximum result- ——'— - '
FOR RENT-TWO rooms tof
housekeeping. bedroom furnished.
4-l V>. Highland or phone 589-R.
FOR REXT—Three room furnish-
ed cottage 202 .V
Peaceful and stately as usual, Moon!
Vernon today seems happily uncon-
scious of the very existence of war.
Yet the war has had Its effect on this
mecca of America, for more people
have visited it In recent months than
in any similar period In its history.
, Washington, the center of things
iwo great statesmen were foremost j military and diplomatic, has sine*
n I e achievement of that splendid his- i April l&l", opened its gates to 30,000
, result. Bismarck in Germany, i ;'ew residents come to take up the
, avonr in Italy, says the Youth# Com- : work of a government at war Thou-
I«n on. Both were men of the highest -ands of these Americans take the first
genius, of wide Insight, of profound opportunity to visit the home of the
diplomatic skill and of indisputable greatest American.
patriotism But their aims were total- Besides these, envoys from our allies
ly different. Bismarck had no faith in -n diplomatic mission to the Cnite-i
he people and sought to make an at- States make a point of journeying to
Tr n Jmi °n medieval model Mount Vernon to honor Washington.
^ ™ch#'nf>rki"* in Its They travel as guests of the nation, in
■ pnere for the good of the state, and iHe president's yacht Mayflower The
cuirnlnatlttg In n God ap-; Mayflower has already made four trips
Ca"1 "f tJUs sort' f'"' ** carried Balfour
l°Z\ ""hough l,e believed It best to and Marshal Joffre. then the Italian
£nm .h 1 ™™?rch'cal f0rm- Worked : mission. «>en the Belgian and Russian
from the beginning to establish a thor- '
WHEN YOU THINK
"THERE'S A DIFFERENCE"
21 to 23 West Main Street
0 McLOITI ITEMS. O
0 (From McLoud Observer) 0
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* i [( Stop Itching Eczema
l* v n re Tin w
J imnd how often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
cczcraa quickly by applying a little aemo
f urnished by any druggist for 35c. Extra
11.00. Healing begins the
REXT—Furnisned rooms a
-02 X Philadelphia. 32-6-tf
10R HEXT—Two room cottage in
ine rear of 41 s w nth. Cnfur-
ished or would furnish 8-tf
FOR liEXT^-Two rooma upstairs
corner of Main and Broadway
Inquire Continental Stores Co.
. i'T)" rent — Modern furnished
. ooms for light housekeeping. 3* 8
X. Philadelphia. Telephone 28.
onghly modern democracy; a govern-
ment that should be essentially of the
People, by the people and for the peo-
Bismarck summed up his theory of
government in the celebrated phrase
that power must be sustained "by blood
and Iron." Cavour said of himself in
a phrase far more deserving of ce-'
lebrlty. "I am the child of liberty, and :
Mr. L. D. Brew was home last week
«uu ivuasmu for a few days >isit wlth h,B family.
missions together, and lastly the Jap- ?ie runs a giu in the eaatcrn P"r- "<
anese viscount and his party.
io-mn*. UZ\th* 'r0n gates f Wash" Mrs has returned to her
ngtons tomb swung open for these : home in .McLoud after an extended
men to place their wreaths on the /isit to her daughter, Mrs. Ward, north
shrine within, while the diplomats, with of town. She says there Is no place
the problems of the world on their llke McLoud, and so say we all.
shoulders, paid tribute to the man who
carried similar burdens faithfully and rhe Ked l-'r0S3 ladies served lnuch
well a century ago. *asl Tuesday at the Sands' sale. They
... . ..—,. The record for the largest number of "eaIlze(1 ahl)Ut *16.00 These women
to liberty I owe all that I am." The visitors to Mount Vernon in a.dav was 'r° !"mrln,; ln ,heir efforts for this
?.7l?'.°r aU'1 mn,le™ I very near1^ « the time of the coh- j 'CaU3C'
?£sS:-:s 2 JrJfSirJS" ~
see ionay nhat_ different results are estate ln one day.
Ineyj, they become overworked ...
sluggish, ache, and feel like iilnf„,
of lead. The urine becomes cloudy
the bladder is Irritated, and
may be obliged to seek relief t„.„
or threetimes during the
When the kidneys
a real sick
elog yon must
help them flush off the body's
OUS waste or you'll be
person shortly. At first you feci
dull misery in the kidney region*J
I you suffer from backache 'sick ^
I noKlache, dizziness, stomach tm '■
sour, tongue coated and you fed
rheumatic twinges when the weath
er is bad.
last Tuesday at the Sands' sale. They . ^at meat, drink lots of
poallvnW o hmit tie An tu« ... water,
The transportation problems of
thi« rountrr will be less acute a« o
result of the training now being
given in the Army Literally thous-
•wd* of young men are becoming fa
miliar with internal combustion
engines an«f trartors propelled by
gasoline and other volatile fluids
The automobilist of the future who
li Us his "choo cboo" won't chug-
chug will play in good fortune if an
ex-soldier should happep along.
The greatest good to the future
tint thus for has come from the
army training is the physical up-
build of the men of the selected
.aid ^raft- Chests are no longer sun-
Wen. hut reflect the lung expansion
tnat outdoor exercise has caused to
take place. Lassitude and inertia
hav^p heen routed by the red cor-
puscles that havft been store in the
biB< blood bv healthful living. Kyes that
.if**: *'*rc: *shen have become bright and
r inds that were slow have been
V Quickened by th* work that has a I
ready been done at Camp Travis
penttraunfc antiseptic liquid. It is not „
greasy salve and it does rot stain. When
others fail it is the one dependable treat
ment for skin troubles of all kinds.
L. V/. Rase Co., Cleveland. O.
CHICHESTtrt S PlLLb
& r r '
front bedroom. 230
K>R RENT -a bedroom thorough-
ly modern Close ln. Phone 1097.
18 E 10th street 79-13-3t
produced by different teachings.
FISH, FROG, TOAD SHOWERS
Infrequency of Such Events More to
Be Wondered At Than Fact
That They Occur.
HHHHi a new car. We
have been trying to count up how
I many cars he has liad in the last fiv
tempered by trade winds yca"but we giYe ltup-
Climat* ^ r . We were gIad t0 Eet a subscription
. . Domm,c*n Republio ; from on old friend. S. Summers last
Pleasant and Salubrious, Says
Consul Arthur McLean.
week. Ho is a practical farmer and
ieases the school land just west of 0,
Rl < p. ' V-
n„T jour V
nairi 1 D('le Sam believes that the way
sir! to reach a man s fighting elements
'fin. 1* through his stomach and that
My Sore ITiroa
for Course Colds
SOID BY DRUGGISTS tVERWHfifj
UBini iiooi vor>«r
I'AKKEN (.RAY HA 111.
I se the Old-Time Sace Tea mid Sul-
I'liur mid \obody Will Knon.
Gray hair, however handsome de-
notes advancing age. We all know
the advantage.! of a youlilul appoar
ance. Vour hair i your charm, it
makes or mars the face. When it
fades, turns gray and looks streaked
just a few applications of Sage Tea
and Sulphur enhances its appearance
Don't stay gray! Look young!
hither prepare the roclpe at home >jr
get from any drug store a 50-cenr
bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound," which la merely the old.
time recipe Improved by the addition
of other ingredients. Thousands of
(oiks recommend this roady-to-use
preparation, because no one can pos-
sibly tell, as It darkens so naturally
and evenly. \ou moisten a sponge
ft brush with it. drawing thisI
through the hair, taking one una!'
strond at a time. Hy morning th^
gray hair disappears; after nnothoi
application of two. its natural color
is restored and It becomes thick, glos.
sy and lustrous, and you appear
Wyeth's Hage and Sulpuhr Com-
pound is a delightful toilet requisite.
It Is not intended for the cure, tnitl-
catlon or prevention of dise.w
FOR QCICK SALE—By ow|
good 5 room modern home, fine 73
barrel concrete cistern and well
waiter, chicken lot. etc. Part down
na lance to suit. Call 765-U
F'OIt SALE-Extra good milch
I'OW. just fresh. Fred Eichenberger.
I*OR SALE CHEAP—Four south
front lots, Whlttaker Addition, hai;
block of £hool. two blocks car lino
V. ill tike one-fourth in trade, of
anything of value Balance long
lime, n per cent* interest. Addre
J. R. T., care this paper. 88-14-St
iwk.1.1* .. ' There seems te be an Impression
nh^ ?h m femarkable thing. abroad that the climate of the Do-
To ^Z^Tr T:r rai?ican nepublic 15 humid, and
such objects a, fish frogs, toads and! unhealthful, writes Consul Arthur Me-
ttle skepticism with which Lean, Puerto Plata. While the climate
BRINK MO Hi: WATER
IF KIDNEYS BOTHER
■ also get from any pharma-
cist lour ounces of Jad Salts; take
a tablespoonlul In a giaas of'water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lonion juice, com-
bined with llthia, and has ' been
Wsed for generations to clean clog-
ged kidneys and stimulate them te
normal activity, also to neutralize
Ihe acids ln urine, so it no longer is
a source of irritation, thus ending
I' OR SALE -Bu'ck Four, has only
been run 1500 miles. Price $C00. B.
A. Wilkerson, Tecumseh, Okla.
FOR SALE—5 acre tract close in
well imoroved. r. 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. H. Iken-
berry, 109 North Broadway, Shawnee
the like I
the accounts of these occurrences are
greeted. The wonder Is, observes o
■writer, not that they occur, but that
they are so infrequent. Everybody has
seen the wind carry away, to be de-
posited In pnrts unknown, such light
objects us leaves and scraps of paper.
Everybody has also heard, at least, of
the astonishing feats performed by tor-
nadoes and hurricanes ln transporting
much heavier articles.
For example, at Beauregard, Miss.,
April 22, 3883, the solid Iron screw of
a cotton pres-v weighing 67.5 pounds
was carried 900 feet. On another oc-
casion a hencoop weighing 75 pounds
was transported four miles. In a tor-
nado at Mount Carmen, 111., a piece
of tin roof was carried 15 miles anil a
church spire 17 miles. What goes up
must come down. We know, from the
facts first clfed, that the fall of so
light and comm m an object as a frog
for example, must happen rather fre
quentiy In any part of the world sub-
ject to high winds.
SALE—Three fresh cows,
high grade Jerseys, good producers.
I tiiilea west of Baptist University
II H. Coleman. Phone K F 25.
TOR SALE—5 room modern house
lot 70 ft. front, small tarn, 941 X
University. Call between
10:30 a. m. ;
Call at 607 N.
-6 room modern house.
h.n been rasing sore throats in
all parts of the country for 50
years. It is the national cough
and cold remedy. Containing
balsam it soothes, heals and re-
ducct inflammation and conges-
tion. Breaks up the fever, too,
^'Jii7l5.thVlw BP°" T'c
ksldie. hk. It. Give Dr Kinj'a New
VoMvcty tocroupy cluijran.
Get it at your druggists
Keep Bowel Movement Regular
\ ,T'3 N'T , lfc 1 i' you
in a healthy condition, kid the body
' liSki^1"8 ^n, waste. Improve your
.by«e*?i"K thc How-.li
Stgular. (,rt a 25c. bottle from your
druggist to-<lay. KfTei tive but milil.
HOME A(iAI\ — We save you
money on tailored to your measure
sails anil overcoats. Kit and stjle
guaranteed. line wool samples,
Nprlng and summer fabrics. Make
your selection today. Order direct
from manufacturer. This way vou
save money. Price *11.(10. H .VJMI
#l!t..".n. ( all room s, Conimerre Bank
led iljntl. Factor) Salesman.
'' OR HEXT—Suite modern house-
keeping rooms, (11.00; close in. 208
W ath. Phone 811-U. !-4 14-t:
1-OR QUICK SALE—Store building
I 25x50 and lot 25x140. liiitO; small
Now Is sl Good Time
To Treat Your Catarrh
Mtid weather nld treatment.
Don t be misled into thinking that
your Catarrh is gone. Thc first touch
■ ?'nf,cr. we;"ber will bring it back
with all jti discomforts.
.* 'ti3 '? 4n tx«Uent time to
thoroughly cleanse thc blood ci (he
fnm5f Cat'lr,r^' anJ be forever
rul of the troublesome sprayl wid
cc c ^ Cln ntvrr curf >«•'
a. a. S., the great blood
which infest your blood, and chases
them entirely out of your system. It
is by far the most satisfactory treat-
tnent for the disease, bccause it
reaches down to its very roots and
gets at the cause. Write to-day for
full information, and expert medical
advice regarding the treatment of
your own case. Take advantage of
thu chance to-day. Address Swift
TOR SALE—Five gilts to bring
p-gn, 2 young mules. Inquire at 605
N". Philadelphia. >> 1 -9-Gt
V* \ VI Kl> IIIM'H I.A^KOI'.S.
^ ANTED—To buy good Vic
\ ictrola or phonograph. Must be in
god condition and worth the money.
Jelf Chancellor. Phone F K 3
Rural_oute 4. Box 14 96-16-4t
W.WTEL)- Reliable white girl for
renerai housework Apply In person.
726 Nogth Beard. 92-13-31
WANTED—Old Iron, cast, copper,
orass, rubber, old rubber boots and
shoes, rags, magazines. A. I).
Thomas Junk Shop. 717 East Main
St., Shawnee, Okla. Highest price
paid. Phone 2«9. 94-15-lmo
WANTED-—Middle agod woman to
(arc for child. 6 years old, in thel
own home. Address W. News-Hcr
A&hanti Cocoa Growing.
Cocoa growing is rapidly becoming a
prominent Industry In Ashantl. which
has hitherto been associated with
nameless horrors perpetrated by Kine
Prempeh, which necessitated repeated
punitive expeditions down to 1900. thf
most famous being Lord Wolseley-
campaign through the trackless Jungle
In 1894. Now the Gold Coast Is thf
largest exporter of cocoa ln the world
nnd Ashanti supplies a very large pro
portion. Archdeacon Morrison writes
from KumassI: "In the last five years
Ashantl has made great strides In com
merclal prosperity. This Is owing tc
cocoa. When the rubber boom carat
to an end there was stngnntlon for n
short time, but cocoa has more than
taken Its place. Ashantl makes ar
ideal cocoa-growing country, and the
Industry Is very suitable for the W'esi
African, ns it requires no great out
put of labor."
Of this republic is tropical, It is pleas-
ant and salubrious. Although It Is
very warm during the middle of the |
day. the temperature even in summer I
■seldom reaches 00 degrees F„ and ihe
nights ut all seasons are cool and
pleasant. The climate is tempered by
the trade winds which blow* almost con- ^
tlnuously during the day, and at night ;
the land breeze from the mountains Is '
equally refreshing. Owing to the great
diversity of its relief the island of I
Santo Domingo presents a wider range i
of climate than any other port of the
Antilles. The mean annual tempera- !
ture of the coast towns is about 79 '
degrees F. It is cooler Inland, the
temperature varying with the altitudes.
In the valley of Constanza, which Is
about the center of the island, at an
elevation of 3,500 net ice forms in
The rainfall varies In different sec-
tions of the island from 15 to 200 j
inches per annum. In the southern
part of the Island there is a marked
distinction between the dry and rainy !
seasons. The dry season Is during the j
| months of September to March, while j
the rainy season extends from April '
to August. In the northern half of th<>
island it rains more or less all tho
year, although the heaviest rainfall oc- |
curs from November to April.
There have never teen any eplUemics
of cholera and bubonic plague, and It
is many years since there has been any
yellow fever in the Dominican Repub- j
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot
Injure; makes a delightful efferves-"
cent lithla-water drink which every-
one should take now and then to
, ... „ : T~Z. . „ . , i keep the kldnevs clean and active
II I I m'I j , for j Druggists here say they sell lots of
Backache or Bladder Trouble. Jad Salts to folks who believe' in
... ,, , ~ . overcoming kidney troubl" whi'e it
Iric acid in meat excites thc kid-1 Is only trouble — Adv
v Pure Chewing Gum
Poets and Politicians.
Recently elected a director" of the
North-Eastern Railway company, Vis.
count Grey of Fallodon Is a man ot
great personal charm, says London,
Tlt-Blts. Ho hates swank and often;
displays an amiability which can'n „.„
even tolerate a bore. He is said to be .the8e
Modern Soldier's Equipment.
The equipment of a French Infantry-
man iu Napoleon's day consisted of a
Kun and a knapsack. Today the soldier
carries an array of death-dealing weap-
ons as complete as that of the arsenal
itself, according to Popular Science
Hand grenades and gun grenades, j
wire shears, and a rifle are carried by
the foot soldiers In the advance. Pick-
ax and shovel he must have when he i
reaches the trenches. Signal lanterns j
und sky rockets must also be carried
by the officers to keep headquarters I
constantly ln touch with the progress I
of the flght.
The periscope and thc gas alarm are 1
WANTED TO RENT
room modern cottage,
rlson at Grand Leader.
Four or five
G. W. Har-
WANTED—Furniture, shoes and
lothlng. Highest prices. Phone 226
Kenyon Second Hand Store. 29-t|
I.OST AMI FOI'M>.
LOST - Lady's watch. Rockford,
goiu. Hunting case No 8031"i'i
works No. 655940. Finder return to
or notify High School office for re-
«.wOd purifier,! Specific Co- DcuL G At'on a
•e*rchc out thc germs of Cawrrh'Ca. Atgnta.
Beautiful IJust and Shoulders
7 Itr «!rn*rinr "WcirM of an nnmnfinrd bn«t no ntretrh<^ th«
•upport,0f niUMies Hut the contour of the Ruw h 5Sl«C
F P,!( lbo'"bn,-k
BR^siiEnCgj f *S£&
Krufful line to tl.c , „||„ iir'ip, «.'! « . I
uT''lI'T1.""1 nrment. im.ri- I
j awe ••oinein all mnteriala and *typ*: ( r„„, i;(U.k ,TfL ■
J-mnt. S«rpHre. IUikImu. etc. tto.tci m ifch "«55Shn"thS ®
ruatkaa t* «i.ng—perrnittinc wwhin* without removal '
!!r:^,md-?,^hoWIy;>u Dr irrea. If
. •• will gladly netid him, |>rv(>aid, «an>plc.i t« •
IIKNJ.1MIN h JilHXKT si Rim SKrtt •«.
STRAYED—Black sow, weight
abqot 200 lbs. Liberal reward,
fbqne 12 • 91-15-3t
LOST—Rubber tire off delivery
wagon. Please return to Coogdon's
PR-"'ES pa! - Ior "<"-ona
bond clothing. Also all kinds of Junk
brass, copper, rubber. Iron. Phone No'
381. L. Slutsky, 115 South Union. lB-tf
the most cordial host that ever wel-
comed a guest.
A mystic and a poet at heart—he
has been accused of writing clever
verse under a nom de plume—ha is a
politician by command and duty, for
it was the late Mr. Gladstone who in-
sisted that with such brains he owed
It to his country to busy himself with
affairs of state. Formerly he in-
dulged ln championship form at lawn
tennis; now he is the lending expo-
nent of fly-fishing in England.
the other implements of war and you
will understand why physical fltness is
the principal consideration in the ez- j
amination of recruits.
MONET TO LKN'D, at low rates
- '?,CB,t6d, ,®'ly Property; can be
paid off Just like house rent, stand-
nl^r'vT,.& V°an Association of
Detroit, Mich. Lamhard-Hart Com-
pdhy loc*' agents. Telephone 341.
MONEY TO LSNlTTon farm
, . low" ra""9 --I pre payment
privilege!, prompt s.-rvlce. See or
te us Lambard-Hart Ixian f-o
Pretty Bright Mule.
The farmer alleged a freight train
of the defendant company had lilt one
of his mules.
"Now, Mr. Jones," said the attorney
for the corporaUon to the aggrieved
party, who occupied the witness stand,
"will you kindly tell the court whether
or not your mule was on the track, the
property of the defendant, when hit
by the train?"
"Well, sir.'' replied Mr. Jones, "1
didn't witness tlje occurrence, but 1
Suppose things must have been uboul
ns yon any. This was a pretty brlghl
mule anil I reckon It that train had
took out nfter.Jlim lu the woods whffll
fringe thi track th(,re where he wiul
1- lie.; hr> ,vonld liavo got behind o!
Are you a good judge of charac-
Pretty fair. Now, for instance,
that dignified looking man over there '
iu the corner of the lobby Is u stranger
to me, but I tnke him to be a public
man, a statesman, perhaps, who is ac-
customed to addressing large crowds,
has constructive ideas and is at hoioe
on the platform."
"Ahem I" '•
"You know him?" . 1 -*"•
"Did.I miss my guess far?"
Oh, you could have done worse.
Hr's the proprietor of u medicine
Sawtow, China, Peanut Crop.
The minor peanut crop—that of the
"large foreign," which Is cultivated
principally in Jao-p'ing district—has
been harvested and Uie yield is claim-
ed to he below the average owing to
drought, Rut is considered ns slightly
better than the principal crop, which
was reported us being 20 to 3D per j
cent below tho average. All crops sul
feted from the lack of rain.
I.OST, KLI RIM; MOO'TING
0,1 Tuesday (Jjk ring mounting set I
u'lh diamond. Finder return to I Si
f^lale National Iliink and receive
SAVE A Ql'ARTtE.
Suits cleaned and pressed 11.00
Satisfaction guaranteed. Shawnee ! I
t leaning « riye Works, 718 E. Main
NX ataiiwaso—mezzo soprano. ,
Thurlow Lieurance, composer—pianist.
Analysis of Indian Music by Thurlow Lieurance
'story and biography Watahwaso
s°ngS (a) By the Waters of Mmnelotrk.,. Lieurance
S M°0aRl ' L Lieurance
J S m!I rii' t l Lieurance
d) Song at the Elk Teeth Lieurance
(e) Legend and Song of the Weeping Water
(f) Papupooh'. Lieurance
(g) The Sacrifice. ..L'eUrance
(h) Invocation to the Sun God.
(a) Song of Greeting.
(b) A Lullaby.
(c) A Bad Little Injun.
(a) Chippewa Cermonial Song.
(b) The Owls Song.
(c) The Brook.
A Sioux Serenade
Origin of the Red Man.
The Wedding Dance Ceremony.
'he sign Language, with story.
A I enobscot Farewell story.
. . . . Prayer
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