The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 199, Ed. 1 Monday, April 3, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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Next Door Union Savings Bank.
"The Store With Little Prices.'
The HIGH prices prevailing so long in the food line caused hun-
dreds to gladly welcome US—with LITTLE PRICES. Our method
of doing business has helped the many who have tried to help them-
selves. We snail endeavor to price THE GOODS YOU NEED so
cheaply that you can well afford to patronize us.
MOORE BROS. FURNITURE CO.
Phone 15. 113-116-117 N. Bell.
DRS. WILSON 4 GALLAHER,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Thrld Floor Mammoth Bldg., Rooms
113-114; Phono 764. Glasses fitted.
Shave your lawn. Don't let the
grass and weeds get the start. Keep
the grass down ftiw' it is a pleasure
to keep your yard in good condition.
Buy a Keen Kutter Mower. Must be
6eeo to be appreciated. Stone Hdw.
O. K. Transfer Co.
A "'ff1*"'"1 transfer ancl stor-
age business. Household goods
a specialty. Eslick & Walker
205 S. Union Phone 409
• B«os Pmonc 1154
$4 to $5
. . made $8j Upper anJ
l-iiwtr, both of die best T eth. $Jh.
SHver Fillings r* /\
ALL work GUA^AKTECO
CiTAitiiH id l iv« y«A*a
10 lb bucket Pure Lard. ...$1.15
5 lb bucket, 59c; 3 lb bucket..38c
Compound Lard, 10 lb bucket
5 lb bucket, 47c; 3 lb bucket..29c
Bulk Compound, lb 9c
Bulk Hog's Lard, lb 11c
Cottolene, large, $1.40; medium
COOKING OIL—Highest qual-
ity, 1-2 gallon can 60c
4 lbs, ??c; 8 lbs, 44c; 18 lbs. .95c
Molasses, Best home made
sorghum, gallon 45c
Corn Syrup and Sorghum, 1-2
gallon bucket 19c
40c Maple Syrup, can 28c
Velva, gallons, 69c; half gallons
Orla Mollasses, 1-2 gollon...33c
Hominy Grits, o lbs 14c
Flaked Hominy, 5 lbs 18c
3 lbs Broken Rice for 10c
Fancy Texas "Jap" Itlce, 10
10c Fancy Head Rice, lb 6c
12 l-2c Dates, lb 7 1-2c
20c Maple Sugar, lb 12c
15c Pineapple, can.... 12c
25c Pineapple, can 19c
10c package Soda 7c
Our Coffees are underpriced—
that is, they are worth 5c to 8c
a pound more than we ask.
Compare our 20c grade with
Compare our 25c grade with
anybody's 33 l-3c.
Compare our 30c grade with
All 60c Gunpowders, Imper.als,
Japans, Blends, etc., at only,
We have 50c grades at 29c
CANNED SPRING BEANS.
2 lb cans, full pack, green and
tender but having some
strings, 60c dozen, or can...5c
Best Matches, box 3c
Bag Blueing, box 3c
10c Corn Starch, package 6c
4 doz Clothes Pins 5c
Ideal Tooth Picks, pkg 3c
Fels Naptlia Soap, bar 5c
Lenox Soap, G bars 19c
Crystal White Soap, 5 for... 19c
Lump Starch, 5 lbs 19c
Ivory Soap, 10c cake 8c
HAMS AND BACON.
Breakfast Bacon, three best
grades 24c, 20 and 17c lb
Salt Bacon, choice, select prices,
lb 10c to 11 1-2c
Hams, 14 1-2c; Picnic Hams,
sugar cured, sizes 6 to 10
lbs, only 11c lb
1 lb best Cheese, and 10c pkg.
best Crackers 25c
Fresh and sweet, per lb....25c
Butterine, a good 20c article,
Pickles, cucumbers, best qual-
ity, gallon 35c
25c Wire Clothes Line 19c
25c Galvanized Bucket 19c
Two 10c pkgs. Raisins 15c
10c pkg. Currants 8c
35c bag Graham Flour 29c
Pearl Tapioca, 2 lbs.. 15c
Chili Beans, 2 lbs 15c
California Cherries, Peaches,
Apricots, Pears, 20c ant". 25c
quality, $1.75 doz; can.... 15c
15c pkg. Corn Flakes, only.. 12c
15c pkg. Wheat Hearts, only 12c
25c pkg. Oatmeal, only 18c
Flavoring Extracts, highest
quality, 50c bottles, 39c; 35c
bottles, 29c; 25c bottles... .19c
Holland Herrings, $1.25 keg,
25c can Lunch Herrings, only 14c
20c can Imported Oil Sardines,
2 for 25c
Smoked Halibut, New Mackeral
and White Fish.
Chocolate, 25c cake, 19c; 15c
cake, 10c; 10c cake Sweet, 7c;
Cocoa, can 9c
Tomatoes, 3 lb cans, C*; 2 lb
cans 7 1-2c
Canned Kraut, 8c; Blackberries,
8c; Hominy, 8c; Peaches. 8c;
Apples, 8c; Kidney Beans, 8c;
Sweet Potatoes, 10c; Pump-
kin, 8c; Gooseberries, 10c;
Corn, 8c; Peas. .8c, 9c and 12c
Canned n, 49c doz up, Eagle
LARD IN BUI K, PURE, per
lb. 11c; COMPOUND LARD.
Having OUTGROWN the "little" space, we are now next dor in
larger quarters, which will hereafter be known as the BOSTON
GROCERY, (next Door to Union State Bank,, instead of Southwest-
ern Ten & Coffee Co.
Are In Demand
For a limited time we will give
a special three month's course in
Shorthand and Typewriting with aux
iliary branches for $25.00. Now is
the best time to prepare for posl
Agents Southwestern Mort-
gage Ix>an Co., Farm and City
Loans, General Agents L.
& L.4b G. Ins. Co., Farm De-
partment, Fire Insurance, Rep-
resent Companies worth 60
Million Assets. 107 1-2 East
Main St., Shawnee, Okla.
SHAWM! LOCAL NEWS
Coat hangers, 5 cents each, Robin-
son's Book Store. it
Editor Dale of McLoud was among
the visitors in the city today.
Mon> y to loan on City Property.
Conservative Loan Company, 120 N.
Banker Dr. W. S. Wloods of Kan-
sas City is here on business.
We loan money an chattel mort-
gages. Carson & Dickson. 28-6t
Dr. J. B. Scruggs has returned
from a business trip to Indianapolis.
A Garland gai range will make
the summer durable. Keeps the
kitchen cool, try one. Stone Hdw.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Drake,
at their home in Fort Smith, April
first, a daughter.
Police Desk Sergeant Pat Hannphy
has returned from Mount Pleasant,
la., where he had gone with the body
of his wife for brrial.
Nad in c Face Powder
Produces a Beautiful Complexion.
THE soft, velvety appearance remains
until washed off. Purified by a new
process. Harmless as water. Pre-
vents sunburn or return of discolorations.
Whit,. Flnh, Pint. Brtinritr. 50c. by Toilet Counters
or Mul Money bark if not entirely pirated. Prepared by
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY, Paris. Tenn.
Proper Use of Food.
Too much food is as bad as too lit-
tle and occasions a waste of energy
and strength in the body as well as a
waste of nutritive material. While In
the case of some foods as purchased,
notably meats, some waste is unavoid-
able. the pecuniary loss can be dimin-
islH'd, both by buying those kinds in
which there is the least waste, and by
utilizing more carefully than is ordi-
narily done, portions of what is usu-
ally classed ns refuse.
I utn prepared to do your cleaning
GIANT VACUUM CLEANER
J. F. Wilcox
Phone 1023 Red.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
It fulls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S Big
nature Is on ea^ box. 25c.
THE NEW BEAUTY PARLOR
Hair Manufacturers & Dermatologists
209 N. Broadway.
The Herald, 10c per week.
omen as well as
WHO IS en are made miser-
le by kidney and
adder trouble. Dr.
the great kidney remedy promptly
relieves. At druggists in fifty cent
and dollar sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail free, aiso pam-
phlet telling all about It. Address,
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. £.
Here's a Good Thing
We have a few odd
room lots of fine Pressed
Wall Papers, suitable for
Parlors and sitting rooms
that we sold for
75c to $1.25 a Bolt-
Now 15c single roll.
See patterns in our
show windows. Better
Is due to the debilitating weather ofthe season,
and to the Impure, Impoverished, devitalized
condition of the blood caused by too close con-
finement, too little outdoor air and exercise, too
heavy diet during the winter.
It is cured by the great constitutional remedy
manager and general salesman for
our p-roducts in Shawnee and vicinity
Address with bonk or business ref-
erence, Diagraph company, IMiry
building, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED—A nurse ghl for 3 chil-
dren. Mrs. P. A. Norris, 502 N.
2 rooms for light housekeeping, close
in; call at 132 North Market. 3-3t
FOR RENT—Two nice furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 311
North Park. 41-3t
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Everything new,
304 N. Broadway. Phone 729. 4-.-31
FOR RENT—Some excellent and up-
to-date furnished rooms 210 North
Philadelphia. See Mrs. Dr. Cannon.
FOR RBNT—Rooms for light house-
keeping, also room aid board 232
N Union 4-tf-10
2 rooms for light housekeeping, close
in. Call at 132 N. Market. l-3t
FOR RENT—G room furnished house,
all modern conveniences $20. Lam-
bard-Hart Realty & Lnv. Co. Ph-one
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT
for two months. 648 North Broad-
FOR RENT—Eight room modern
residence, 225 N. Bell street. Pos-
session given April 1st. Phone 2.
E. W. Stone. 27-tf-69
HOUSES FOR RENT in all parts of
the city. Call at office or phone for
list. Lambard-Hart Realty & lnv.
Co. Phone 341. 21-tf
WANTED HOUSES that can be sold
on small cash payment and balance
on easy monthly payments. We
have buyers. Lambard Hart Realty
& lnv. Co. Phone 341. 21-tf
FOR RENT—8 room two-story resi-
dence at end of North Broadway car
line, $15; 5 room modern house No.
G31 North Market street, $22.50; 7
room house, No. 515 Market street
$20. (> room house No. 6: 4 Market
treet, $20. Lam bard-Hart Realty Hi
lnv. Co. Phone 341. 4-l-3t
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND—Or.e ovoreoat Sunday even-
ing, apply to 119 North Union. 3t-3
LIST YOUR LOTS In University Ad-
dition, also city property with us
and thus get In touch with a large
and well-to-do class of real estate
Investors. Lambard-Hart Realty &
lnv. Co. Phone 341.
IRON SAFE WANTED—3 1-2 to
4 feet high. Phone 86. 1-lt
FOR SALE OR TRADE—We have
soveral houses for sale, cash or In-
stallments, will trade one house for
good farm. Bee Conservative Loan
Co., 120 Broadway. 4-l-3m
Many women suflcr needlessly from girlhood to woman-
hood and from motherhood to old age—with backache,
dizziness or headache. She becomes broken-down, sleep-
less, nervous, irritable and feels tired from morning to
nighr. When pains and aches rack the womanly system at
frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
This Prescription has, for over t/O years, been
curing delicate, weak, pain-wracked women,
by the hundreds of thousands and this too In
the privacy of their homes without their hav>
InH to submit to Indelicate questionings and
offensively repugnant examinations.
Sick women are invited 10 consult in confidence hy letter fr„. Addre,.
WoHd . Dupeniary Med.cal R.V. Pierce M. I)., Pres't, Buffalo, N *
M^t*irU 'A* u';S,r 'AT| I'A"" T l n°"*' T,le People'" Common Sens*
Medical Adviaer, newly revised up-to-date edition-1000 potfes answers in
Jh, ; ! delicate questions which every wo nan. *in«le or married
ouiiht to know ■bout. Sent free to any address on receipt of .11 one-cent
Ump« lo cover e.ist of wrapping and mailing only, in French cloth binding
FOR SALE CHEAP—Iron safe, 2
office tables, bookkeeper's desk, stool
and stationery cabinet. Room 11!
Mammoth Bldg., 3rd floor. 23-tf-9(J
FOR SALE—Household furniture. In-
quire 224 North Broadway. 30-tf-104
FOR SALE—Property valued at $1500,
5 large rooms and bath room, good
Istern, gas and electric lights, half
block from car line, 60x140 lot, east
front. Price $1050; terms: $360
cash, assume loan $700. Payable
monthly low interest. See K. E.
Timmons, 107 N. Bell. 30-tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
For short time loans on house-
hold goods. See Carson & Dickson
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved City
property and farm lards. Lambard-
Hart Realty & Investment Co. tf
On or about April 1, 1911 we will
remove our offices to 114 North
Broadway street. First stairway
north of Norwood Hotel. Beggs &
WANTED—Position by experienced
bookkeeper. Address E. J., care of
POULTRY AND STOCK.
G. R. WILEY DEAD
WELL KNOWN CITY OFFICIAL
PASSED AWAY THIS MORN.
ING AFTER SHORT ILLNESS.
Q. R. Wiley, superintendent of the
city sanitary department, died this
morning a little after 5 o'clock at
the family residence, 412 North Beard
3treet of acute stomach trouble.
The news of his vleath has shock-
ed he community as few kuew of his
being ailing Saturday, save his family
and some close friends.
No man in the city of Shawnee
was more esteemed than he and he
had a large number of friend's.
Mr. Wiley moved with his family
to this city from bethel, Maine, about
four yeans ago. He ha4 been a drug-
gist in that city all his life since he
had grown to manhood, his father
was a doctor and a son of the de-
ceased is likewise a doctor.
For over a year he has been at
the head of the sanitary department
of tho city and previous to that he
had been a year or more an in-
spector of concrete in the city pav-
ing contract with tha Metropolitan
Ho leaves a wife, two sons and
two daughters, a son and daughter
here and a son and a daughter in
Mr. Wiley was 65 years of age
and had apparently been in good
health till within a day or two of
Arrangements for the funeral are
not yet made as advices by wire
from his son In Maine are awaited
finst. It may be that the remains
will be taken back to his old New
England home for burial. Shawnee
has in his death Ion a noble man
and estimable citizen.
Farmers and others who live at a
distance from a drug store should
keep in the house a bottle of BAL-
LAHID'S SNOW 1JNIMKNT. It may
be needed at any time for cuts,
wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism.
It is a powerful healing and pene-
trating remedy. Price 25c, 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Wallaco
Mann and Lion Drug Co.
* E. F. PAXSON & CO.
* Write all kinds of Insurance
* and Bonds. Old and strong com.
* 119 N. Bd'wy. Phone 35.
Try Electric lawn hose. Any
length furnished in one piece. Guar-
anteed for three years. Phone 2.
Stone Hdw. Co.
at Wholesale Price to Consumers.
Mixed cars my specialty. Let me
figure your bill, If I don't save you
money don't buy.
A. T. McKEF 416 North Tenbrook.
Phone 1292 Reu. Shawnee, Okla.
EGGS FOR SALE—Buff Coachins. R.
It. Reds. Phone 833 Red. Mrs |
George. 4-l-3t j
FOUND—Near the library a black
•bicycle with handle gone. Owner
can have same by calling at police
station, proving ptoperty and paying
for this notice.
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT—Three
double rooms ovei old P. O .,steam
heat, first floor, south exposure, late-
ly occupied by county attorney. Par-
ker, Cammack Va Biggers, 107 1-2 E.
which effects Its wonderful cares, not simply
(First published in Shawnee Herald,
April 3, 1911.,
ASSIGNMENT FOR THE ADJOURN-
ED JANUARY TERM OF THE
DISTRICT COURT SITTING
WITHIN AND FOR POTTAWAT.
OMIE COUNTY, STATE OF OK-
LAHOMA, BEGINNING APRIL
Assignment for April 18, 1911.
Hearing on funding bond matter.
3671—Garrett & Company vs. B.
B. Blakenjy, et al.
4382—T. J. Hadley vs. City of
4538—Boyd & Redding vs. C. R. I.
& P. Ry. Co.
4868—Howard C. Park vs. M. L.
Merrill, et al.
Assignment for April 19, 1911.
4539—Boyd & Redding vs. M. K. &
T. Ry. Co.
4643—Anna B. Mobley vs. C. R. I
& P. Ry. Co.
4778—4779—Fundus vs. Summers
set down for rendition of Judgment
4849—W. A. Grace vs. Pottawato-
mie County, et al.
Assignment for April 20, 1911.
4809—Matilda Sewell vs. Shawnee
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
4884—Frances Matukas vs. C. R. I.
& P. Ry. Co.
5056—State of Oklahoma vs. C. B.
Assignment for April 21, 1911.
4996—111. Life Insurance Co. vs.
Shawnee Life Insurance Co.
5031—A. C. Neel vs. Dr. C. W.
Bull, et al.
5028—J. F. Legg, et al vs. J. T.
Engle, et al.
Assignment for April 22nd, 1911.
2041—State vs. Will Sledge and
2042—State vs. Will Sledge and
2043—'State vs. Will Sledge and
Assignment for April 24th, 1911.
5037—-R. F. Diggers vs. Western
Southern Fire Insurance Co.
5045—B. W. McMahom vs. Inter-
state Compress Company.
5038—M. H. Tennison vs. S. W.
5052—S. A. Andes v«. M. E. Var.
derfer, et al.
Assignment for April 25th, 1911.
Assignment for April 27, 1911.
5066—Mary E. Smith, et al vs. Jno.
W. Walner, et al.
5067—T. J. TefertUler vs. D. D.
Assignment for April 28, 1911.
5076—H. C. Smith et al vs. A. T.
& S. F. Ry. Co.
5078—F. A. Wells vs. Shawnee-Te-
cumseh Traction comi>any.
It d It w 43-4t
"If It comes from Hull's It's sure to be good."
SPECIAL ROAS^^n rnFFEES
25, 30, 35 and40 cents the pound
DIRECT IMPORTED TEAS. 60c THE POUIMu
Specte1 **s ek
4 lbs Best Japanese Full Head
4 lbs Best Navy Beans 25c
1-2 lb "Select" Black Pepper...20c
Delivered with Tea and Coffe
HULLS TEA & COFFEE SHOP
126 North Broadway.
Save the Coupons.
NO REASON FOR DOUBT
A Statement of Facts Backed by a
We guarantee complete relief to
all sufferers from constipation. In
every caee where we fail we will sup-
ply the medicine free.
Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, ef-
fective, dependable and safe bowel
regulator, strengthener and tonic.
They re-establish nature's functions
in a quiet, easy way. They do not
cause any inconvenience, griping or
nausea. They are so pleasant to
take and work so easily that they
may be taken by any one at any |
time. They thoroughly tone up the
whole ■system to healthy activity.
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable
end ideal for the use of children, old
folks and delicate persons. We can-
not too highly recommend the. • to
all sufferers from any form of con-
stipation and its attendant evils. Two
sizes, 10c and 25c. Remember, you
can obtain Rexall Remedies in this
community only at oifr store—The
Rexall Store. The Owl Drug Store,
C. H. Marmaduke & Son, prop..
East Main street.
ALL CARS STOP NEAR OUR DOOR.
California Table Fruils
20c and 25c
TABLE FRUIT ATPIE-FRUIT PRICES.
Our prices on Sugar, Coffee, Canned Goods, Lard* Meats, etc., are
Southwestern Tea & Coflee Co.
—Th« "Utti#" 8tor« with LITTLE Prlcei—
To have a fine healthy complexion
the liver must be active, the bowels
regular and the blood pure. All this
Is brought about by using HERBINE.
It thoroughly scours the liver, stom-
ach and bowels, puts the body In
fine condition and restores that
•lear, pink and white complexion so
much desired by ladies. Price 50c,
Sold by Wallace Mann and Lion
it yo . i . v 1
actory • ft an Autol
Strop on thirty daj al. Sure to f
In Railroad Tickets
$40.00 TICKETS TO
REDUCED TO $25.00
Proportionate Reductions to
OREGON and WASHINGTON Points
ROCK ISLAND LINES
,chcls Sold Daily to April 10th
jfll agent or write for complete information
H- H GRAY, Loc&J Agent
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