The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 167, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1918 Page: 3 of 6
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THURSDAY F.VF.NING. NOVEMBER 14. *1918. '
THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS HERALD
ODEON TODAY 2nd eplsix!e
U1/LV11 1VLWI RUTH ROLAND ]
in "HANDS UP," most astounding serial yet produced. Smashing rec-
ords everywhere. A grand succession of brilliant feattf and smashiug
climaxes. Also BRITAIN'S B1JLWAKS and first of the now 2_reel
Big V Special Feature Comedies - one will iie sho-wn every Thursday.
Thursday's program will be greater than ever before.
autl EVELYN GKEliMiY, fn "THE BELOVED BLACMAILEll'. Ela-
borate WOULD PRODUCTION. Also COMEDY.
ARE YOU FAMILIAR
wi$i the many valuable services
ouf thoroughly organized trust
department can render you?
While you may not realize it,
there arc many times when witli
just a little assistance from the
National Bank of Commerce you
could doubtless save yourself a
great deal of worry and expense.
We will be pleased to explain
in detail the scope of our serv-
ice in trust capacities.
Come in today.
CAPITAL S SURPLUS
WALLACE ESTILL. Jr., l'ros.
O O O O O O O O O O O f) O O O O O
O Local News Today— O
Mrs J I!. Owen, 132 N. Philadel-
phia', received a message today that
her son, William B. Owen, has ar-
rived safely overseas.
Mr. Earl Kennern has accepted a
position in the Macomb State- bank.
Mrs. W. S. McMillan has returned
to Maud after visiting her sister,
Mrs. G. II. Kerfoot.
UNPAID TELEPHONE BILLS for
the month of November ate past due,
if not paid on or before 5:80 p. m. of
the 15th Inst., service will be discon-
tinued. Southwestern, Bell Telephone
All members of the Loral Order of
Moose are requested to meet Friday
night. Nov. 15. at Fraternity Hall,
S. M. BEItRY,
Miss Velma Wimer who underwent
;m operation fot appendicitis Satur-
day. was 'able to lie removed from
the hospital to her home Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Nuckolls lefl
this morning for San Antonio where
they will visit Victor Nuckolls in
A. T). Martin returned today from
a business trip to Oklahoma City
Andy Hunter, who lias Tien ill in
the General Hospital, was able to
return to his home on North Broad-
Quite a number of friends of Rev
C. I. Brooks and family were at the
Rook Island train tills morning to
say gooohyfe as the family departed
for McAlester. They showered them
with boxes and baskets of goodies for
till! children, as well as substantial
Mr. Claude P. Zenor of Blackwell
is attending the Conference, and has
consented to act as the Nows-Herul.l
representative and will report lite
proceedings tortus. 1
Doc Nuckolls left this morning for
a visit with his brother, Victor Nuck-
olls, at San Antonio, Tex.
Miss Allie Hatcher, who was in-
jured in the auto collision, was re-
moved Irom the hospital t>j the dor-
mitory yesterday. -Miss Hatcher i
suffering from a serious injury of
fft 7 Y ALL THIS WEEK-
LY U L I NESTELL PLAYERS
Tonight's Bill—"RED CROSS NURSE"
Saturday—"THE DRAGON'S CLAW'
Tonight Mr. Nestell will sing two illustrated songs—
, "Over There, Somewhere in France There is .1 Lily"
Dn the Screen tonight:—DOROTHY PHILLIPS, in
"RISKY ROAD," and FATTY ARBUCKLE and
MABEL NORMAND in a Comedy.
Tomorrow—LOUIS GLAUM, in 'AN ALIEN ENEMY'
A plendid Paralto feature, also a CHAPLIN Comedy,
xext Week:—"Over the Top Musical Comedy Co."
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ROSCOE C. ARItlflGTON
J0I1N L. ABKINOTOK
Roitns 2,, 3 and 4. Whittaker
building (opposite W'alcott ho-
tel. Shawnee, Okla.
Office Phone 250.
Residence Phone 1161-J.
The labels for the Christmas box
for friendless soldiers will arrive in
a day or two. and those who want
to send a box can obtain the label
and carton at the New York Life of-
fice in the Elks building.
The absence of the Hon. James
Hamilton. Lewis' whiskers from the
next senate may detract' from the
spectacular aspect of tha senatorial
contingent, but.it may enable tho
other senators to concentrate moro
fully on their work.
Moreover, the German sailors in
Kiel acted real rough in letting
I'rineo 'Henry know they had about
enough of him.
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O MOltTUARV. O
Mrs. Lydla Murray, age 81 years,
of 121 South Philadelphia street, died
Funeral will be held at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. Interment will be at
the Mission cemetery, Rev. Miller of-
Tho U. D. C. will meet with Mrs.
P. M. Masters, Douglas Height?, pne
block south of ball; park, 3 p, in.,
Monday, Nov. 18, Hi road way can.
There will be a program of music take it out of the category of joke;
ami readings, also defined report of | and make it a felony,
Tulsa reunion. Every mombor and
Confederate Veteran is urged to
The Hawthorne Club will work at
the Red Cross rooms Friday after-
noon, Nov. 15.
POOR IDEA OF WAHT'
The News-Herald received Wednes-
day by mail a card of thanks, appar-
ently properly signed, the occasion
being the death and burial of "our
dear Hex." Of late, when there have
been so many bereavements among
the people of Shawno and vicinity
the News-Herald has been glad" to
perform the siight service of thank-
ing tho friends, upon receipt, o£. such
communications by mail. In the
case of the card received Wednes-
day, however, it developed after it
was published that Hex was a collie
dog and that* the wholo thing was a
"joke" perpetrated apparently by a
neighbor of the persons concerned,
for some unknown purpose.
The person who perpetrated this
"joke" is perhaps not aware that be-
sides being in execrable taste, it con-
stitutes a very serious offense under
the law. Aside from the attacking
of the names of the parties to the
communication being^ forgery, other
element.* of fraud In the incident
CIIIROPR U TN
Grave, irritation from influenza,
leaves contracted muscles, causing
many complications. You need ad-
justing to regfclft organic harmony.
chiropractic j'.djuslliig removes tlic
cause ot' pain, corrects headache, lum-
bago, rheumatism, stomach trouble,
etc. Gives you pop and rostores phy-
See Dr. T. ('. Wilson, 3West Main
atroet. Phone 816.
You've Never Seen This One
A £*;d CHAPLIN Co^" SAVOY TODAY
Entitled "TRIPLE TitOl'Iit.r." Positively now, guaranteed never
before shown. Also lCl.lZAUCTH ItlSDON in tho 5-part feature
"MOTHKU", the sweetest story ever told.
BARNEY TASSELL COMPANY IN A NEW BILL
Friday and Saturday-Win. S HART, in -8KI.mil YATES' and
.las. Montgomery Flagg comedy, being the first of the series in Ink
UlltLS YOU KNOW," Bray Featurotto.
HOSSLEU I .NDl KTAKIKfl CO.
> Lung Motor Servlrc
„ High 0l:w8 Service
Phone I Partem
Day 272. 208 N. lldwj.
Night l'lioqe R1&.
By Sergt.-Maj. CARNIE of the British Army
High School Auditorium, Tuesday evening, Nov. 19th,
at 8 p. m.
Auspices Rotary Club. Proceeds for Red Cross Canteen.
Single admision, 35c; Season, $1.00
The News-Herald has no desire to
be severe with one who through ig-
norance laid himself liable to seri-
ous charges, but does desire to give
warning that future cases will be
dealt, with severely.
Also we Wonder if Colonel Henry
Watterson is satisfied with what is
happening to the llapsburgs and
Former Shawnee pastor will
preach at Central Presbyterian
church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Hear Hev. Robt Thompson of
Dallas; Tex., who will be re mem- |
bered by many people in Shawnee as
tho "Scotch preacher," at Central j
Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a. j
m. Mrs. Thompson who is a delight- ;
fulness singer, will sing at the same
time. Public is cordially invited.*
The Yeomen have leasajl the Chris
uey Hall for two years, and having
Special 15 Day Sale
refitted and refurnished it. havo ro
christened this popular idaee «of as-
selnbly as "Fraternity f'jllail," The
Yeoiuen, Woodman Cirrtn, Daughters
of Isabella, Moose, Maccabees end
other organizations will meet there
Mr. -D. W. Hobbs who learned to : regularly. /
be a machinist at the ltock Island £ The interior of tho Bill has been
S1IAW\KE HOY TO I'lIhAHl AT
Ci:VntAI, I'llENHYTEltlAN ( II.
\ EXT SI N HAY AT 7:S0 I'. Jl
Lot No. 106, Gray Leather, low
heel, cloth top
worth $11.50, sale-
Lot No. 209, Field Mouse Leather,
low heel, cloth top,
worth $1).50, sale.
Lot NO. 204, Black Kid Vamp, Gray
Cloth Top, low heel
Worth $9.00, salo—
Lot No. 207, Gray, Iluck, low heel,
cloth top, good val-
ue, $7.00, sale r
Lot No. 338, Kahki Imported Hush-
in;; Calf, military ri* rj QC
heel, cloth top, tj) f • 2/ O
Lot No. 30!), Brown Vamp Leather,
leather heel, cloth (J* C Q f-
top, worth $0.50, sale ^ ^
vid Vamp, Gray
Buck, low heel,
j shops and who worked there for
about eleven years, will preach at
the Central Presbyterian church Sun-j
I lay night. All his old friends arc j
I urged to attend and give him a large
audience Sunday night at 7:30 at-
Central Presbyterian church corner ,
j Heard and Itidgewood.
'LOST FINGER AT
SANTA EE SHOPS
Walter G. Luce> a machinist at the
Santa Fe shops, lost the ond of the
ring finger of his left hand in an
accident this morning at the round
house. He was assisting in putting
a piston in an engine cylinder when
the tip of the finger was caught, cut-
ting it off below the nail.
As a general thing, when a man
suffers from insomnia his wife has
do most of her sleeping in the day
time. * jt'a 1
finished in alabastine, and presents
a very attractive and beautiful ap-
pearance. It is the intention of tin
Yeomen hall committee to keep tho j
place attractive and in repair all tho im
time. * 8
CjJMany a towering
business success owes
its first strides to the
little modest want ad
timidly bidding foi
CJ Your little business
may be helped to suc-
cess in the same way.
<J Mail ads are the
"Bargain Counter" of
newspaper space, and
you should have your
share of the benefits.
Condensed Uoport of the Condition of
THE SECURITY STATE BANK
SHAWNEE, PK IAH0M\
At the Closo of ItuHltiess Nov. 1, litis.
Illlls Receivable - --- -;}<
lionds and Warrants -- ,J
Furnlturtj and Fixtures* t-
Ifeuiamf 1,oun« , -
Demand Cotton Illlls of feixchunge
V. S l.ibcrtv lionds «—
cash and in Other (tanks ... I.
Capital Stock r
Surplus and Undivided Profits
The above statement is correct .
C, H. WALLACE, Cashier.
J. L. UOFBUCK,
JNO. W. JON ICS,
F. V. ASKKVV, Directors
THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE
No organs of the human body are
so important to health and long iifi
as the kidneys. When they slow Up
and commence to lag In their duties,
look oat! Danger Is in sight.
Kind out what the trouble Is
without delay. Whenever you feci
nervous, weak, dizzy, shlfer from
sleeplessness, or have pains in the
buck or difficulty in passing urine
wuko up • once. Your kidneys need
help. These are signs to warn you
that your kidneys are not perform-
ing their functions properly. Tlicy
arc only half doing their wottt and
aro allowing Impurities to accumu-
late and be converted Into uric acid
and other poisons, which are .causing
you distress and will destroy you
unless thoy aro driven from your
GOLD Mil DA I. Haarlei
Oil Capsules at. once. They aro an
old. tried preparation used till over
the world for centuries. They con-
tain onlv old-fashioned, soothing oils
combined with strength-giving anil
system-cleansing herbs, well known
and used by physicians In their dally
practice. UOIJI MEDAL Haarlem
nil Capsules are Imported direct
from tho laboratories In Holland.
They lire convenient to take, and
will either give prompt relief or your
inotlor will bo refunded. Ask for
them at any drug store, but be sure
lo get the original imported GOLD
MEDAL brand. Accept no substi-
tutes In sealed packages. Three
Deason & Moody
SELLS IT FOR LESS
GASK1LL UNDERTAKING COMPANY
120 North Bell Street—Office Phone 371
Night Phones 850 and 546
Don't Be Misled About Gasoline!
Gravity does not indicate the quality of gasoline. Specific gravity is import-
ant, of course, hut what really counts, what really determines the miles per gallon, is
Volatility and End Point.
means the point at which a liquid vapor-
izes. You can readily see that the gaso-
line which vaporizes at the lowest tem-
perature will be ihe quickest to explode.
Therefore a low vaporizing point means
quickness and ease in starting your car.
is the temperature at which a quantity of
liquid stops vaporizing. I herefore the
lower the End Point, the longer and
more uniform the explosion—the
smoother your car will run and the
more miles per gallon of gasoline you
WANTED—United States Liberty Bonds
Highest prices paid for nil is.iues til any quantity. Where
parlies have purchased Liberty lionds on Installments and
desire to sell, we will pay off balance iluo thereon and pay
you full market difference in cash. See, phone or writo
Radford & Elston,
"the gasoline with the punch"
is low in Volatility and End Point. It gives the most miles per gallon for automo-
biles and the greatest power per gallon for stationary engines.
LUBRICANTS EMPIRE KEROSENE
—the satisfactory kerosene for tractor fuel and
A full line f*or automobiles and tractors, ligitting purpos.
Sold by reliable dealers everywhere
CREW LEVICK COMPANY
W. C. BECKER, Agent.
Oklahoma Division Office, Herskowitz Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
TIIK M:SSO\ FIKOI ISI SSH.
That we should not relax In the
slightest degree our efforts to save
food is the only conclusion to be
reached 'when wo read of the condi-
tions facing a large nation like llus-
Without almost twice the popula-
tion of the United States ltussia has
over twice as large a proportion en
gaged ill agriculture us in our own
country in poace linius.
Their farmers however, have not
been"' able to get any supplies or furni
Implements since the third year of
I lie war. Ports in the Baltic and the
Black Sea are closed. The White
Sea Is hoicked with Ice. Vladivostok
is open, but It cannot take care ot
;UI the necessary supplies, as It Is
through this port that we must sup-
lily allied troops in this section.
What llussla will have to face this
winter i< not a pleasanl prospect.
Those inhabitants >vho depend abso-
lutely upon the agriculturists are
bound to be hard put to it tor food,
.is the farmers have not even enough
for their own use. North and Cen-
tral ltussia depend upon South ltus-
sia where the Hun is in full posses
aion, mid upon Siberia which is cut
off by railway disorganization and
It Is inevitable that we must think
first of feeding the allied nations. At
the same time we must not forget
other nations which are Buffering.
We must do something for them as
.soon as possible.
Willi thin in mind, can anyone be-
lieve Uiat the need for food conserva-
tion Is not t'lfnter than ever-before?
: Attend Sorgt. Maj. Carnies lecture
^Tuesday evening, proceeds for Ited
^."ross Canteen- 14-4t
History ot the World's War by
Francis A. March, with introduction
by liis brother, Ocn. IT.yton C.
March, highest officer in Army.
Complete and authentic. Ofricliil
photograph. Extraordinary oppor-
tunity for big profit, outfit tree.
Universal House. Philadelphia.
i iii tori
!> } s"
All members of Manchester Urovo,
Wmxlinan Circle, are requested to be
present Friday ni^ht. Business of
importance, lly Order of Guardian
The party who wrote the piece in
regard to roy <Voj? iu yesterday's
News-Herald connecting Mr. Griffin's
name, my mother's and mygelf is of
malicious falsehood ami *vM he han-
dled to The extent of tb* tow.
MRS. 8. J. ELK INS.
MKS. L. H. PI7KEKWK.
Kcmembefc fcb'1 war lecture Tues
day evening at jiigh School ^ A^di'
TI IK moil and women of to-
day who are worth while leather
their feet in much the same
manner as milady corsets hurstdf
for tliu purpose of emphasiz-
ing the liutural graceful Hues of
their pedal anatomy. Dross par-
ade your feet into the proper
Fine Shoes and Hosiery.
HMS K. Main.
Suffering Described As Torture
Relieved by Black-Draught.
Rossville, Oa.— Mis. Kate Lee Able, ot
this place, writes! ' My husband Is an
engineer, and once while lining, he in-
lured himself with a piece of lieavy ma-
chinery, across the abdomen. He wag
o sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He
weighed 165 lbs., and fell olf until h
weighed 110 lbs., in (wo weeks.
He becamc constipated and it looked
like he would die. We bad three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, hi
.bowels failed lo act. He would turn up
a ten-cent bottle of castor oil, and drink
it two or three days in succession. .He
did this yet without result. We becamfl-
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol-f.
len terribly. He told me his suffering
could only be described as torlure.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black-
Draught. I made him take a big dose,
and when it began to act he fainted, hei
was in such misery, but he got relief and
£egan to mend at once. He got well,
Sergt. Maj. fcurnio of the British
army, will lecture at High Schvol
Tuesday evening. lie sure to hear
Call In anil let us show you wAW we
have in way of shelf liardw-ire, new £nd we both feci he owes his life la
itnd tried furniture. We will fiinfre Xliedford's Black-Draught."
liiite a part of your business. A. is - The jjorj'3 BlaCk-Urai.f;ht will help you
corner Main and Beard ,0 keep fi, ready ,or thc day>s wofk.
l>h""° _ Tryitl NC-131
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► TOM C. WAI.IIUK1',
Mammoth Bldg. Rooms 111-112
Office I'lione i.O-
Bfildenrc Ml'"* 411.R.
Shavi :■ -e, Okla.
The kalsor has skipped
Germans are whipped.
IIIVII,I lOf. CIHOVK NO. «.
All niembers of .Mistletoe Grove
■No. 0, Woodman Clrcl -. are rciiuest-
ed to be present Monday night, N'ov
-188. at Chisney Hall at which time
a meeting ot great Importance will
be held. 14-3t.
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