Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 208, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 20, 1909 Page: 5 of 6
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Imported French and Italian
Half Pints, 35c; Pints, 65c; Quarts,
Gallon cans, $3.75.
$1.25; Half Gallon cans, $2.00
1 (["special grocery sale
AT C. 0. D. GROCERY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
20 pounds Sugar lor $1.00 on $5.00 Grocery orders and up
B Ll! LDlNLi
Mrs. Gordon Williams
phone 856, is handling the SPIRELLA
CORSETS. Old customers can reor-
der, new ones are solicited.
Herald Building Rooms 23-24-25
Cor. Ninth and Broadway
Office Phone 106
Residence Phone 282
I want to reduce my stoclc to malte
room for my optical and watchmaking
school. \v. A. Wright.
Do you "manage' your troubles or
do they manage you? Vou—and your
.ally, classified advertising—can, if
you elect, "tame" any crowd of trou-
bles that come your way.
Today's classified ads may bring a
cargo of "luck' for you.
JUST RECEIVED NEW SKIRTS
AT THE MAMMOTH.
"Our habits make us prisoners";
but if one of them is the habit of
reading ads you will profit by such
Mrs. Ritz, of Parsons, Kan., is vis-
iting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Johnson.
Some things in this newspaper have
a "heart-Interest; some things in it
appeal to the faddist, some to the
philosopher; some to the student. But
the advertisements have a "purse-in-
terest," so that they appeal to all.
Dor't forget that I can fit glasses
successfully when all others fall. \\
It would be a "happier new year
for you now if you had spent twice
as much money as you did spend on
newspaper advertising during the o.
SATIN AND FOULARD DRESSES
1-4 OFF ALL THIS WEEK AT THE
Whether your request Is for work or
for workers, for lodgings or for lodg-
ers, let the classified
ds act as your
SKIRTS AT THE
Everything at less than cost for the
next i.0 days. I must raise some
money. W. A. Wright.
Rex Hams, 8 to 10 lbs., lb.
Picnic Hams, shoulders, lb. .
White Crown Soap, 7 bars
3 boxes Searchlight Matches
Rub-No-More, 7 packages for —
Clairette Soap (on orders) 8
Armour's Soap, 10 bars for
Golden Gate Soda, best, 4 one lb. packages.
The Mammoth shoes
fitting accessories to
faultless Spring outfit
who appreciate supreme
style and depend upon It to
gratify their ambition to
dress correctly will not meet
with disappointment at this
This cut shows a Patent
Colt Blucher Oxford,
Rickey model. Price... $4.00
7 room house on North Union St.,
east front, corner lot. House strict-
ly modern, has seven rooms and bath.
Newly papered and in first class con-
dition. Price $4,000. $1000 cash, bal-
ance to suit purchaser at 8 per cent
107 N. Broadway. Phone 4,
WHEELER & SMITH
No. 107 N. Broadway.
Oats, Banner, 30c big package, for
Pie Peaches, gallon cans for
pie Peaches, 3 lb. cans, each
Blackberries, 60c gallon cans, for .
Gooseberries, 75c gallon cans, for ^
Apricots, 50c gallon cans, for
Mince Meaf, 10c packages, 4 for
Mince Meat, bulk, ,2 1-2c and 20c kind, lb
3 lb cans Apples, i for
Peaches, 25c California State, can
Peaches, 25c Charn, can
Hominy, Grits, Pearl or Flake, 4 lbs
Tooth Picks, Ideal, 5c packages, 3 for ...
Complexion Toilet Soaps, 25c box for 20c
Glycerine Soap, 5c bars, 3 for
Wool Soap, large bar, each 100
Axle Oil, 20th Century, can 205
Coal Oil, per gallon, 15c; 5 gallons ?5c
Olives, per pint
Columbian Cream, 10c size, 3 for
Rex Pork and Beans, 10c size, 3 for .
and Stuffed Dates, in glass jars,
25c jars, for
Potato Chips, package
Honey, 20c frames for
Supt. John McGie, of the Rock Is-
land, was in the ci'y yesterday In his
Bum Bowles, Jr., son of the editor
of the Springfield Republican, and
who has taken up newspaper work in
Oklahoma City, was a vfsitor in the
Today is pay day on the Hock Island
and tens of thousands of dollars will
be distributed among the emplayees
at tills point.
Whole Evaporated Apples, 3 lbs. for 35c
Gold Dust 5c packages, 4 for 15c
Clothes Pins, 3 dozen for 6c
Raisins, 10c packages, seedless, 3 for 25c
Prunes, new, fresh goods, 4 lbs. for 25c
Evaporated Pears, 20c quality, 2 lbs. for 25c
Choice Peaches, 3 lbs. for 25c
Raisins, 12 1-2c quality, for lb 10c
Cocoa, Van Houten's, 90c lb. cans for 75c
Cocoa, Van Houten's, 50c 1-2 lb. cans for .
Cocoa, Van Houten's, 25c 1-4 'b. cans for
Syrup, Morning Glory, 85c gallon cans for
Syrup, 45c quart cans of Old Style for 35c
Velva Syrup, pure cane, gallon, 85c; 1-2 gallon, 45c,
Cove Oysters, 10c cans, 3 for 25c
Pickles, in quart jars, sweet, sweet mixed, pickled
Onions, sweet Relish and Chow Chow, per jar . . . ,35c
Mangoes, stuffed peppers, per jar 50c
Mangoes, stuffed cucumbers 25c
Olives, Gold Medal, 35c bottles 25c
Royal Salad Dressing, 35c bottles for ...
Lemons, per dozen
Standard Navy Tobacco, plug
Egg-O-See Corn Flakes, 4 packages 25c
Oats, Friends, 15c size, package 10c
Everv prl7e reduction named is a genuine one and you can surely save by p|jf fl^
Our delivery service covers every part ol tlu cily
Other Styles $3.50—$5.00—$6.00~$7.00
THE MAMMOTH SHOE DEPT.
Tecumseh, Okla., April 19, 1909-
A marriage license was granted lo
Willmington Sexton, age r>0, of Trous-
dale, Okla.. nnd Mary B. McWaters,
age 25, of Asher, Okla.
Atorneys Hood, Bnis, Wood and
others were over from Shawnee today.
Rev. Kelley, pastor of Baptist
church at Davis, Okla., is here to hold
a series of meetings. There were w
large crowd present last night, and u
crowds contimie to grow there will be
arrangements made for a lai*ger audi-
liberal order during these days.
USE OUR PHONE 203
c. o. d. grocery
VOTE AS YOU PLEASE
Let us remind you of our big sale
goods and the priees—Jower than
Dr. Cullum, of Enrlboro, was here
today on business.
Mrs. if. F. Miller went to Shawnee
last night to attend the meeting.
Clem Edwards arrived in town to-
day from near Holdenville, and will
visit friends near this city.
Mrs Longstreth returned last night
from the home of It. G. Simpson west
of town, where she has been visiting
Mrs. Simpson, who Is very 111.
The Witnesses Excused
Must Report To-day
TOMATOES—Large cans Louis
llrand, 15c sellers everywhere,
per dozen, $1.25; per can.
CORN—10c cans of quality,
dozen, 80c; per can
PEAS—15c per can regular,
LIMA BEANS—Usual price
BEETS—Regular at 20o, cut to per
HOMINY—2 cans for
PEACHES—Standard 25e grades ot
all varieties, per can
A few cases light syrup
Peaches, 20c grade, 2 cans for 25c
•J5c Plums, per can .
25c Plums, per can .
2Or, Plums, per can .
35c Apricots, per can
25c Apricots, per can
20c Apricots, per can
35c Grapes, per can .
25e Crapes, per can .
20c Grapes, per can
Bulk Dill Pickles, iter gallon...25c
Bulk large sour Pickles, per gal-
c Jars Pure Plum, Peach, Pine-
apple or Quince Preserves.. . 15c
75c quart jars Pun- Preserves. .53c
Columbia Brand Condensed Milk, u
cans . 25c
?t Milk, 6-5c cans
Lima Brans, 4 lbs
Black Eyed Peas, 4 lbs.
Pink Beans, per lt>
30c Brooms for
35c Broms for . 4b
40c Brooms for . T-
50c extra quality i-.ee
APPLES—Sell everywhere ISc
lb., our price to clean-up, per lb. 10c
FANCY BIG RAISINS—Not big,
but the very bluest Ri/.e, nice,
■bright fresh raisins, per lb. 7 1-2c
weight packages, clean
goods, 3 for
MINCE MEAT—Quail Brand, fresh
good stoclt, 3 packages for.. 20c
"None Such" Mince Meat, 3 pack-
FLOUR—One car high Pate"'
flour, per sack 60
25c Health Club, per can 18c
16c Health Club, per can lie
25c K C. Baking Powder, can. 18c
25c Jack Frost Baking Powder, per
80rnK C Baking Powder,
can • • •
15c cans Pork and Beans,
losses sustained by as many
riles in Shawnee by lire and wind "
in the past week have been fully paid,'
ail pollries having been written by *be|^
Geo E McKinnls Company.
The loss by fire of Ihe story and a
half cottage, at 315 South Louis.!
whish was burned from a gasoline ex-
plosion, belonged to E. 0. Harris and
the less was settled without protest.
The Stevens store, at Harrison aud
Highland yesterday sustained a loss
by I lie roof ..eing blown from it, and
ilie slaim was today allowed. Phe
loss Oil the feed store, on North Main,
which was blown down the first of
last week was immediately paid.
From every Indication and the
facts picked up, the grand
S. M. Thompson from Kaw City,
Okla.. Is here today on business.
A. F. Hall left, here today for Hol-
denville where he will take a position
ANNOUNCE THAT ANY REPORTS
TO CONTRARY ARE WITHOUT
The Mertopolltan Engineering and
Construction Company, which lias the
contract for all the paving so far let
In this city issued the following no-
tice to Its many employees yester-
day anent the coming election.
"The Metropolitan Enlgneering and
Construction Company hereby notifies
all its employees that they are at lib-
erty lo vote at the coming Municipal
Election for whom they please regard-
less of party so far as we are con-
cerned. , , ,
"And further you arc notified that,
if any person or persons has or have
solicited your vote tor either parly
conditioned upon the fact that your
Job depended upon the way you voted,
ihat the same was without authorily
from this company.
(Signed) M F. BURKE. <
6 cans or over, per can
25c bottles Catsup for *
15c bottles Catsup for W
10c bottles Catsup for _ «
$1 75 cans Pure Maple Syrup $1. 5
$100 cans Pure Maple Syrup. .78c
00c cans Pure Maple Syrup. .45c
11.60 cans Canada Sap Maple $1_00
85c Canada Sap Maple...... 60c
45c cans Canada Sap Maple 35c
J1.25 cans Bema Cane Maple
85c cans P. ^
45c"p. f. Breakfast Syrup. 35c
Jar Pickles, plain sour. each...23c
Jar Pickles, mixed sour, ™ch. .23c
Jar Pickles, sweet, each
Jar Applebutter, each .
"the broom that's guarani
Toy Brooms, each
Clairette Soap, box 100
Clairette Soap, « bars for...
Flake Wliite Soap. 15 bars for 50c
C W Soap, 7 bars for 25c
Fells' Naptha Soap, 5 bars . ■ ■ 2|>c
Swift's Pride Soap, 17 bars....50c
25c packages Gold Dust l°c
25c packages Pearline 18c
7 packages Rub-No-More 25c
7 packages Soapade for Z5c
5 lbs. Bulk Starch for ■ 25c
4 packages Argo Gloss Starch. 25c
$1.00 cans Kara van Coffee for.. 89c
30c. cans Karavan Coffee for. 25c
20c bulk Coffee, G lbs. for... $1.00
15c bulk Coffee, 8 lbs. for.... $1-00
00c Green Tea, per 11) •. 35c
Uncolored Japan Tea, per lb...40c
Small Roll Gunpowder Tea. per
Now is the time to lay in your
Gallon cans Pure Olive Oil
Half gallon cans Pure
Quart cans Pure Olive Oil
$1.00 bottles Marischlno
35c bottles Lee & Perrin Sauce 27c
50c bottles Sweet Cider, each..40c
25c Cakes Baker's Chocolate. 20c
20c packages Cocoanut 15c
60c bottles Tabasco Sauce .. 35c
35c jars Beef or Bacon 30c
20c cans Rod Salmon, each..
All 10c packages Crackers
Cakes. 3 for •••••••• ®
Fresh Bulk Crackers, 2 lbs,
Fresh Com Flakes, 4 for..
15c package Oats, each..
15c packages Puffed Rice, each 10c
15c Mackerel, each
Hominy Grits, 3 lbs ..
Hominy Flakes, 3 lbs.
Pearl Hominy, 3 lbs. ...
English Walnuts, per lb
$1.35 pails Cottolene, each
kll witnesses that have been sill
.''auornev'general Misadvised will jur/is probing co,"Jltlons^ave
™ bef^lheTanTjury'6 Attorney General West is being as-
ui before grand J y. I, , hls assistant, Attorney Dav-
made by tin. enport g(ate ,,;nrorCement Atorney
Caldwell was here yesterday and re-
turned to Guthrie last night.
IIB DID I
BHDS LIST HE
A partial report wa
grand jury yesterday aflernoon at 5
o'clock and Judge Caruthers ordered
certain indictments to be filed and
warrants to be issued for the appre-
hension of the defendants.
Although no statement would be
made by those In charge of the probe,
it is believed that none of the indict-
ments issued as yet are for officials,
but for those witnesses and others
who left the city before papers were
Oat Johnson arrived in the city
Sunday from San Antonio. He gave
evidence yesterday before the grand
It Is understood that others are
coming back from their various visit
tng places for the purposes of giving
Mrs. J. A. Gunarl Is visiting friendf
in Oklahoma City.
LOTS OF NEW WASH SUITS AN?
DRESSES JUST IN AT THE MAM-
'. Stanard was a visitor at Mus-
C. B. Conner left here today for
Okemah, Okla., on business.
Victor Looney left here today for
the homo of his parents at Marlow,
J. L. Sliirvey's bouse and household
goods were burned a few days ago.
Mr and Mrs. Shirey wen' not ai home
nt the titnc of the fire. The neighbors
arrived on the scene loo late to save
anything, any help the people may
feel disposed to contribute to the
stricken family will he greatly appre-
S H. Longstreth was in yesterday
from bis farm west of town, reports
verything, even to the sand.
FOR SALE New four room cottage
on E. Main, one block from car line
and pavement. I*ot 50x145. A bar-
gain at $1,000. Phone 301.
For Sale—Two or three good lots
at 702 North Beard street. 18-6t
SATIN AND FOULARD DRESSES
1-4 OFF ALL THIS WEEK AT THE
Complimentary to Misses ^ i-'nt
Edith Young and Anna Pearl Weath-
erford, of the Schubert Symphony
Club, a ti o'clock dinner was given
yesterday at the residence of Miss
Florence Kieser by several young men
of the city. Others present were:
Misses Ailene Mann, Marguerite Me-
lt enzie and Carolyn Wirfs and Messrs.
Bayne, G. P. Elliott. N. B. Jarrell, Don
La Prelle and James La Prelle.
J. M. Remington is at Artesla, N.
M., inspecting some land which he
purchased some months ago.
Alfred Lain, son of Alderman John
Lain, and Miss Francis Gllby, recent-
ly from Maine, were married Sunday
evening by Rev. Father Blaise, of St.
Benedict church. They will reside on
Dr. J. C. Mahr, state commissioner
of health, is at Wilburton on business
connected with his office.
We are closing out on hand painted
China. Come in and get a bargain
In it. W. A. Wright.
A ticket seller
Pathe. • _ w™
TAILORED SUITS WILL BE
SOLD AT BIG REDUCTION ALL
THIS WEEK AT THE MAMMOTH.
ROCK ISLAND PAY DAY
TUESDAY MID WEDNESDAY
Fresh Ark Hams, lb. -
1 luterMted and ihould kno?
about the wonderful
i MARVEL Whirling Spray
I Xtw new Vaginal hj'iiiBf.
li'tt— M oat conven-
ient. It clean**
A Bit yonr drugiriit for It. ^,
*' he cannot uupRljr the
„ A It v K L, accept b0
other, but en<l itamp for
Illustrated book-sealed. IV
full particular* anil directions In
LADIES OF EASTERN STAR HAVE
PROCURED THE NEW EM-
New Prunes or Raisins, 4 lbs..... -25c
Clean Evaporated Peaches, 3 lbs...25c
Seeded Raisins, 3 boxes 25c
11 York Cheese, per lb 25c
" .,,,.11 04th No discount on coupon
prices good up to Saturday, April 4th No a ^ ^ ^ ^
books for cash and nothing charged
ford to. -
The ladies of the Eastern Star have
received two elegant vases valued at
$150, which they have donated to the
citv to be placed in Wocdland Park.
One will be set this week at front
of the library, and the other, also to
go on Broadway, will be Bet on the
north side of the driveway.
Everything must go. W. A. Wright.
W. P. pipenberick, of Chicago, was
among the prospectors in the city
H. C. Constant, of Kansas City, Is a
visitor in Shawnee.
JUST RECEIVED NEW SKIRTS
AT THE MAMMOTH.
Navy Beans, 41-2 lbs 25c
Lima Beans, 4 lbs 250
Black Eyed Peas, 4 lbs 25c
Clairette Soap, 15 bars 50c
Crystal White Soap, 13 bars 50c
Rub-No-More Washing Powder, 7
Best pink or white Colorado Pota-
toes, 15 lb. peck 40c
Bulk Starch, 5 lbs 25c
Searchlight Matches, 3 boxes 10c
Fancy large Dill Pickles, doz 20c
Niangus Tomates, large cans, splen
did grade, 6 cans 55c
Davenport Tomatoes, large cans, 3
for •' 25c
Country Club Corn, 3 cans 25c
Dozen cans 9®°
Pumpkin, 3 cans «c
Dozen cans 950
Gaston Peas, extra good grade for the
price, can 10c
Dozen cans $1.10
Nile Peaches, a big seller at the
price, 3 cans i 400
Michigan Plums, 2 cans 25c
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, C cans
Columbian Pet Brand Milk,
For pure milk put up in bottles,
phone A. H. Meyers, 249 Red. 30-lm
CHRISNEY GROCERY COMPANY
22 West Main Slrcct
THREE PHONES, Grocery 96-97, Eeed and Coal Depl. 86
The best place to have your pre-
scriptions filled is where fresh drugs
of the best brands are kept and where
the prescrlptionlst is the most careful
and efficient. You'll find all these at
this store. Ask your doctor.
Opposite Court House
Under New Management.
There is no doubt but what we have the best subjects obtain-
able in the Moving Picture business, but our house is not the best
fin town, steps will be taken at once to improve the Pathe, which
will be second to none in Shawnee
you want it bad you want it good.
Shows are like medicine when
"Saul and Davis"
"Voice ot the Violin"
Illustrated Song To-Night
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