The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 214, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1911 Page: 5 of 6
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THE SHAWNEE HERALD. FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1911
THE NORTH BROADWAY SEED AND FEED STORE HAS
ADDED A NICE LINE OF GROCERIES AND DURING THE FOL-
LOWING WEEK WILL MAKE THESE CUT PRICES—
Lenox Soap. 7 bars for 25c
Crystal White Soap, 6 bars for. .25c
Matches, 3 boxes for 10c
Lump Starch, 6 lbs 25c
Pure Leaf Lard, per lb 15c
Navy Beans, per lb
Best Compound Lard, per lb... 10c
Breakfast Bacon, per lb
18 and 20c
Dry Salt Meat, per lb 12 1-2c
Smoked Meat, per lb 14c
Hams, per lb 15°
3 lbs Box Crackers 25c
Sweet Pickles, 3 doz 25c
4 doit Clothes Pins 5c
New State Coffee, per lb 35c
Steel Cut, per lb 30c
Good Sweet Corn, 3 lbs 25c
Large size Cans Tomatoes, 3
Ijarge size Post Toasties,
.per box 5c
5 lbs Rolled Oats, per box 20c
ALL KINDS OF CALIFORNIA FRUIT AS LOW AS CAN BE
B°WE CAN MEET ANYBODY'S PRICE. COME AND SEE US.
Lowdan & Howell
N. BD'W'Y GROCERY STORE.
SHAWNtt LOCAL NEWS
See the Morris-Schreck fight at
the Lyric this week.
N. B. Haney, Jr., of Stonewall is
a visitor in the city.
See the Morris-Schreck fight at
the Lyric this week.
G. \V. Peck of St. Louis, Is visit-
ing a few days with Sam M. Yunt.
See the Morris-Schreck fight at
the Lyric this week.
Oklahoma: Fair tonight and Satur-
day with probably Increasing cloudi-
Shawnee, Okla„ April 21, 1911.
Warrants on the Board of Educa-
tion against the General Fund up to
and including warrant No. 1329, are
hereby called. Interest to stop May
2„ 1911. Payable at the State Na-
21-Gt W. G. DICKSON, Treas.
Mr. Walter Dengram and Sam Les-
lie left this afternoon to attend the
Aprilis Fiesta at Oklehoma City.
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND
The Beulah Buck Concert at Con-
vention hall, uesday evening. April
18th. Music and readings. 3t-15
Mrs. C. E. Easterwood and little
son left Wednesday evening for
Shreveport, La., to visit her father.
WILL REMOVE NEWS STAND.
S. H. Clark has disposed of his
interests in the cigar and news stand
on North Broadway to M. K. Own-
bey. Mr. Clark has retained the
news interest and will establish him-
self at the Doss Book store on East
Main street. Mr. Ownbey will con-
duct a cigar store.
FOR RENT—Strictly modern fur-
nished room with private family,
619 North Hobfon street. Phone 938.
Ross Clark. 20-3t-36
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at 302 N. Bell.
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, mod-
ern, close in, down stairs. Bath con-
nection. 324 East 9th street.
FOR RENT—Strictly modern fur-
nished room with private family, 619
North Holison street. Phone 938
Two furnished rooms for light house
keeping. Apply 213 West Tenth.
FOR RKNT—Rooms for light house
keeping, also room aid board 2
M Union 4-tf-10
FOR RENT—Modern housekeeping
rooms in pairs, well furnished, close
in, best in town. Call at 418 W. 11th
or pione 776. 17-tf
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT—Three
double rooms over old P. O ..steam
heat, first floor, south exposure, late-
ly occupied by county attorney. Par-
ker, Cammack & Biggers, 107 1-2 E.
Bottled at the Spring
Crystal Spring Water
(Known Locally as Kickapoo Spring)
A Pure Spring Water lor
Delivered to any part ot the city In live-
gallon bottles lor 35 cents
Thos. W. Cadick
Phone 35 119 N. Bdwy Shawnee, Okla.
MISS GLADYS DEACON.
Miss Gladys Deicon, the famous
American beauty, whose appearance
in London created quite a stir in so-
ciety circles. Miss Deacon is cied-
I ited with being a most popular woman
In London's 400, and has been report-
ed engaged at different times to
Crown Prince of Germany, Duko of
Norfolk and Prince of Lichenstein.
Mrs. Marguerite McKenzie Blanch-
ard returned to her home in Okla-
liome City yesterday after spending
a Tew days with her parents of N.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
R. I. Reds, Black Langshangs.
White i-eghorns and Duck Eggs. 407
North Beard. 15-6t-23
J. H. Aydelotte and wife of 525
North Market leave tonight for Col-
fax, La., where Mr. Aydelotte has
business Interests. They will be
gone for about a month.
J100 cash will start you on the
road to success; a home Is the best
asset buy a lot In Inglewood Addi-
tion. For sale by The American
Realty Investment Co., 110 Union.
Frederick Logan Maranville re-
ceived a telegram from Chicago this
morning advising him of the death
of his mother, Mrs. J. E. Maran-
ville, aged fifty-three yoarr.
Buy lots in Inglewood Addition,
they are close In and the cheapest.
Investigate before buying elsewhere.
The American Realty Investment Co.,
Three prisoners, recently sentenc-
ed in the district court were taken
to the penitentiary today in charge
of Deputy John Dutton.
"Bud" Carter, a negro, convicted
of the charge of forgery, wa- sen-
tenced to a term of fifteen years.
Carter is said to have forged the
name of .Toe Davis to a deed for an
180 acre tract of land in Seminole
I county. The deed to the land was
forged and executed in this city be-
e a notary, it is said. Jack War-
rior, co-jointly charged with Garter
in the forgery, plead guilty and was
sentenced to three years.
Grant Pettigo, will serve a sen-
tence of three years, having plead
guilty to the charge of assault with
intent to kill. Pettigo 13 alleged to
have held up and attempted to rob
an Tndian on a highway near Dale
last winter. The Indian started to
flee and Pettigo opened fire with a
revolver, the bullet making a slight
wound in the Indian's chest. Petti-
go escaped and later' was captured in
Earnest Trippey will serve a sen-
tence of one year for grand larceny.
The alleged crime was committed in
♦he southern part of the county.
In I he Courts
FOR RENT—Entire second floor
Wood Produce Co., building, Beard
and Main. See Rorer & Brundage,
Security State Bank. 19-6t-33
Is the day to take out that Tornado Policy. There is no telling when
cyclones, wind storms and tornadoes will visit your city A poliej
with a reliable company can be had at a small premium. Now s the time
to act—not when the Tornado is on you.
GEO. E. McKINNIS CO. 13 North Broadway.
Herald Classified Ads Get Results
An adjournment was yesterday tak-
en in the superior court until May 8.
The jury was dismissed for the term.
A new venire of jurors will report
at the next term.
Makes Home Baking Easy
Bascom Blanton, recently arrested
on the charge of assiult with Intent
i to kill, will be given a preliminary
hearing before Justice of the " eaee
I John Hatfield, Monday.
i Blanton's airest grew out of the al-l
leged stabbing of Sun Hanney a(
McLoud a few weeks ago. Blanton
is said to have borrowed.a horse and
buggy from Hanney, saying lie was,
going to drive down the street and i
get a drink. When he failed to re-1
turn with the rig Hanney started a
search. He found the horse and rig
hitched in front of i place and while
Btarting to drive away. Blanton
emerged from a building.
A wordy war followed and Blanton
is said to have drawn a knife and
■ stabbed Hanney several times. The
i wounds were not serious.
I C. L. and Lick Lane, charged with
I disposing of mortgaged property were
I arraigned In Justice Hatfield's cSurt
at Tecumseh yesterday and gave bond
for their appearance. The case was
brought from Dale. The amount in-
volved is *80.00.
dence is being heard in Justice John-
son's court this afternoon in the
damage suit of W. G. Montgomery vs
l'api is Bros. The plaintiff asks J185
| lor an alleged cause of the rotting
j nf the foundation timbers of the
j building at 12 West Main, formerly
! occupied by the City Cafe and owned
i by Montgomery. The plaintiff al-
| leges that the occupants, Pappas
j Brothers, bored holes In the bottom
lot ihe floors and poured water
! through them thereby causing the
I foundation to rot. II is also alleged
[that the building was damaged by
1 smoke and grease.
HOUSES FOR RENT in all parts of
the city. Call at office or phone for
list. Lambard-Hart Realty & Inv.
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
& Inv. Co. Phone 341. 21-tf
FOR RENT—Old Rood house Wood
yard, 75 feet on west Main. See
Rorer & Brundage, Security State
AT THE BECKER.
The best house of the season greet-
ed the permanent stock company last
night at the Becker to witness their
new play, "The Man of Her Choice,"
which seems to have created more
comment than any play this company
has yet put on. This play will run
tonight, and Saturday nig)it, with
Saturday and Sjinday matinees. The
Saturday matinee, the prices will be
5, 10 and 15 cents, but for the Sun-
day matinee, the prices remain the
same as the usual night prices. Sun-
day night the company will change
the play, at which time they will
present "Little Wlldflower."
On May 1 a handsome cut glass
set will be given away to the most
popular lady In Shawnee, either mar-
ried or single. You receive your
voting slips with each ticket you pur-
chase. Reserved seats on sale at
the Owl Drug Store all the time, as
well as Is the cut glass set of eleven
pieces, valued at $100 on display at
the same place.
Charged with tu.ning water Into
a section line the hearing of D. B.
Waddell was held before Charles 1'.
Barnett, as referee, in Justice John
Hatfield's court yesterday. The mit
ter has been taken under advisement
by the referee. Mr. Barnett was ap-
pointed as referee by Judge Wilson
of the district court to hear the cane
The case is being prosecuted by tile
Tha only baking powrfnr
made from Royal Grape
Croam of Tartar
Entertained at Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. H. Morford and
family or 215 North McKlnley enter-
tained at 12 o'clock luncheon on
Easter Sunday. The day wan spent
with music and an egg hunt. Mrs.
O. R. Box received a lovely prize for
the highest number of eggs found,
and Mrs. W. II. Kennon for the least
A picture was tuken of a group of
fifteen, first, second and third com-
ing. The guests were Mr. and Mrs
W. D. Kennon or San Diego, Cat.;
Mr. and Mrs. Clan Smith ot McLoud,
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Morford and
rnmily of Wichita, Kas., Mr. and Mrs.
O. R. Box and family, and Miss Lot-
tie Beadier of this city. A Jolly time
was reported by all.
Mrs. S. B. Penn has as her house
guest Mrs. Davis of Chickasha. • '
• Mrs. Wiheeler Is entertaining, dur-
ing Federation, Mrs. Broadls of Mc-
TAKEN UP—Small black mare,
about 8 years old, weight about 800
pounds. Chester Stout, 1 mile west.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—We have
several houses for sale, cash or In-
stallments, will trade one house for
good farm. See Conservative Loan
Co., 120 Broadway. 4-l-3m
FOR SALE CHEAP—iron safe. 2
office tables, bookkeeper's desk, stool
and stationery cabinet. Room 112
Mammoth Bldg., 3rd floor. 23-tf-9n
Moving Pictures of the
Carl Morris Prize Fight
in which he knocks out
will be exhibited at the
115 East Main Street, Shawnee, on April 20th, 21st and
22nd, 1911, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Three Thousand Feet of Pictures allowing contestants in
training and In the fight, besides other vlewa of this great
fight. Matinee at 2:30 p. m. Show at 7:30 p. m
Admission: 15 and 25c.
FOR SALE—Household furniture. In-
quire 224 North Broadway. 30-tf-104
FOR SALE—Property valued at J1500,
5 large rooms and bath room, good
cistern, gas and electric lights, half
block from car line, 50x140 lot, east
front. Price >1050; terms: $350
cash, asBume loan (700. Payable
monthly low interest. See R. E.
Timmons, 107 N. Bell. 30 tf
MONEY TO L0AN_
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved City
property and farm lands. Lombard-
Hart Realty & Investment Co. tf
Announcement Wed. and Thurs.
Great Biblical Drama of the Flood 3317 years B. C. Noah's Ark,
Dove of Peace, Rainbow in the S y. The entire story In the
pictures. Sumptuous, magnificent, marvelous, April 19th and
Coming soon—Verdls "IL TROVATORE," with the entire
music score played by compete**' artist.
GONE TO EUREKA SPRINGS.
Sheriff and Mrs. E. A. Pierce and
[children left a few days ago, accom-
panied by the former's father, George
Pierce for Eureka Springs. Ark. The
eider Piercc will take a course of
iie&teineiii' nt the springs in hopes
— —— — of improving his impaired health.
NO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE Sheriff Pierce will probably return
Three negroes, a man and two
women were In the municipal court
this morning on various charges ami
their cases were continued until 1
o'clock this afternoon. The trio
were picked up in the republican
settlement Jawt night by members of
the police department following the
Issuing of warrants for their arrest.
Will Hickman, entered a plea of
"guilty" to a statutory charge, but
declared he was "not guilty" of the
charge of disturbing the peace.
Lucy Hudson, who is the complain-
ing witness against her affinity, en-
tered a plea of not guilty to a stat-
Hickman Is said to have struck the
Florence Eubanks, plead not guilty
to the charge of petit larceny, and
her case was set for trial at 4
Mrs. W. W. JoneB of Chickasha Is
the guest of Mrs. Jessie Williams.
Mrs. Wallace Estill Is entertaining
Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Youder of
Norman are the guests of Mrs. Pike
LOST AND FOUND.
FOR RENT—Two or -three nice fur-
nished" rooms for ight housekeeping.
311 North Park. M^-Sl
Mrs. EX. E. Goodrich has as her
guest Mrs. Samuel Bretch of Hobart.
Mrs. Hoger of Pauls Valley Is with
Mrs. John Rorer.
Mrs. A. L. Austin is entertaining
Mrs. Ramch of Chickasha.
Mr. W. P. Pulley of Cisco, Texas,
Who has been the guest of Mrs. W.
F. Hugglnes in Market street return-
ed home today.
ASKS $185 DAMAGES.
The Jury was selected and the evi-
Money to loan on City Property.
Conservative Loan Company, 120 N.
FIVE MAIL POUCHES
STOLEN AT KIOWA.
Kiowa, Kan., Aiprll 20—The At-
chison, Topeka and Santa Fe depot
here was entered early this morning
by several robbers and five mail
pouches stolen. Tlie pouchea* were
carried about 100 yards distant where
four of them were ripped open and
their contents searched. The rob-
bers failed to find any money, how-
ever, and left all the pouches be-
hind. They then fled across the prai-
rie northward. Several engine crews
were working nearby but none dis-
covered the robbery until nearly an
hour had elapsed. The number of
the robbers Is unknown as several
strange men had been seen about the
depot. Postofflce inspectors and lo-
cal officers are scouring the coun-
For 1 Ccnl
Shawnee (ias &
130 N. Broadway
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Harlow, Victor E. The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 214, Ed. 1 Friday, April 21, 1911, newspaper, April 21, 1911; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105086/m1/5/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.