The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 3, 1907 Page: 8 of 8
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TRY A NEWS WANT AD.
THE RHAWNKK NEWS
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1*07-
1Flew Store, 1Rcw®oobs!
one hat will not fit every
head. neither will one
shape suit every face. in
our bio line of new hats we
have felt, panamas and
straws to fit every head
a ID suit every face.
try one on.
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR BIO LINE OF
Guaranteed Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Caps, and all kinds
of Men's and Boys' Furnishing Goods.
FOKGET THAT EVERY SUIT IN our BIO STOCK OF HAND TAIL-
—- - - -
" VB°,0WLINE OF THE NEWEST THINGS IN FANCY VESTS JU8T ARRIVED.
OUR MOTTO 18: HANDLE NOTHING THAT W.LL NOT STAND AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE.
buy your suit of u9. we keep .t pressed for you.
Sample=Halley & Go
16 East Main St.
if you wear shoes, you
want shoes that will wear. >
see our new line of dun- j
lap and helmers, bettman \
shoes. the best that can j
Good Form Decides What It Shall be
and How Printed.
The significance ol a card Is alwuya
considered by well bred men and wo-
men and Its fitness to the occasion
is aii expression of Its owner's Indi-
viduality; in fact, tbe card Is the be-
ginning and the end of etlquette-the
Introduction and the farewell. i
Ladles' visiting cards should be
nearly square, fine In texture, flexible
and of a soft white. Changes In form
of course occur, but theBe are the
characteristic, for those who respect
It la imperative that Mrs. or MIbb
ahould be placed before the name up-
It la proper to use the husbands
complete name. Initials are seldom
During a young girl's first seaBon
In society her name Is engraved upon
her mother's card. If she Is the el-
dest unmarried daughter, she Is ap
pended as Miss Smith-otherwise her
full name Is given with the prefix of
When two daughters enter society
together, it Is proper for them to be
mentioned upon their mother's card
"Mrs. James 8mlth
"The MiEses Smith."
To send a card without calling sis
nldes inability to call in person
Party calls should be made within
one week after the date of the party.
] The visiting cards of gentlemen are
! horter and slightly narrower than
those at present used by ladles. Mr.
should be prefixed to the name.
Any lady wishing to Inform her
friends of the presence of a lady vis-
iting her family should inclOBe her
I vlsltor'c card with her own. In the
When cards of Introduction are
given, the name of bearer should be
written above thai of the giver; pre-
fixed by the word Introducing, and
the card placed In an envelope ad
! dressed to the person to whom the la
traduction Is made.
j An invitation to dine should be an
swered on the day received.
Any Invitation requesting your
presence requires an answer
S There Is much more about card et-
iquette, hut space forbids us telling
It at the present time.
A young boy 14 or 16 years old to
do general collecting. Apply at The
News office at 8 a. m.
All persons competing for prizes
must telephone the Judges who have
charge of this departmenL There
will be a regular inspection of the
town every two or three weeks, but
the Judges prefer to be notified '/
the contestants, so that none will be
judges for east side front lawns.
Including parking; Mrs. Wheeler,
Mr Plerson and Mrs. Dr. Scott.
Judges for east side back lawns
Including alleys; Mrs. Newcombe
Walter Newman and MIsb Jim D c
Judges for west side front lawns
Including parking; Mrs. Cofer, Mr
Ayers and Mrs. Clarke
Judges for west side back lawns
Including alleys: Mrs. Draper, C. M
Cade and Mrs. Clarence KerfooL
Judges for all flower gardens, in-
cluding children's flower gardens;
Mrs. J. M. Aydelotte, Dr Scott and
Mrs. Dr. Shlves.
Judges for best display of roBes
In city; Mrs. H. O. Bailey. H. T.
Douglas and Mrs Frank Hoggs.
Judgrg for best display of sweet
peas in city: Mrs. Harvey Maxey
.Mr. Rubey and Mrs. Charley Bell
Judges for best display of chrysan-
themums In city: Mrs. Grace Hall
Mr. Bocher and Mrs. Cammack.
Judges for best display of camas
In city: Mrs. Wedell. George Ker-|
foot and Mrs. McKInnls.
Judges for best bed of geraniums
in tity: Mrs. Murphy, Mr. Gee and
Judge for best boqnet of flowers
grown by child under 16 years of
age: Lou 8. Allard of The News.
Judge for best boquet of marlgoldB;
Judges for best vegetable garden:
Mrs. Dr. Ellis, Mr. Remington and
The people are requested and urged
lo take pride in their homes and alse
In the beauty of the city.
We will have an honor roll In the
papers every week and would like
to see every good citizen's name on
It before the summer Is over, and the
way to get It on Is to keep your lawns
and alleys In god condition.
The Eastern Star have a beautiful
mound in the park and have spared
neither time or money to show their
interest in tbe park.
We have completed arrangements
for a rally to be given in the city hall
May the 14th.
Best kept front lawn on east aide
of city, 26 In cash, Oklahoma Nation-
al hank. Second best, $15 Jacket
or suit. Mammoth Department store
Best kept front lawn on west side
of city, $25 in cash. Shawnee National
bank. Second best. 116 In rnerahan-
dise, Fleming & Brown.
Best kept back yard (Including al
[ley) on east side of city, $10 in cash,
j Slate National bank. Second best,
Jlawn mower. Stone Hardware Co.
Best kept back yard (Including al
ley) on west side of city, $10 8x30!
• iron porcelain kitchen sink, New-|
man Plumbing Co. Second best
lawn mower. Mead Hardware Co.
Best kept parking in city. $5 in
cash, Mann Drug store. Second best,
$5 In merchandise, Bocher China hall.
Best flower garden In city, $10 In
cash—$5 by Stone & Remington, real
estate company, and $5 by Kerker,
Gardner & Kerker. real estate com-
pany. Second best, $10 wicker rock
er, Longmlre-Draper Co.
Best old fashioned flowe; garden In
city, $10 In cash. J. W Billings and
Best display of roses In city, $6 In
rash. Union Savings' bank.
Best display of sweet eeas In city
|5 in cash, Plerson & Dlx Real Estate
Best display of chrysanthemums In
city, $5 electric reading lamp, Roesch
| Best display of cannas In city, $5
hat, Mrs. Verhlne.
j Best display of geraniums In city,
! $6 In cash, C. O. D. Grocery Co. •
Best flower garden In city culti-
vated by girl 10 to 16 years old, $5 '
In cash, J. M. Aydelotte. Second best,
$5 In merchandise. Madden.Jarrell b
j Gee. Third best $2.60 In cash. H. G.
I Best flower garden In city cultl
j vated by boy 10 to 16 years old. boy's
'suit, Schloss Clothing store. Second
best, $3 In merchandise, Johnson &
BeBt boquet of flowers cultivated by
child under 16 years (boy or girl) $6
gold piece, Lou 8. Allard, publisher of
The News. 8econd best $2.50 In caah
Best boquet of marigolds, hand
painted vase, George McKInnls.
Best kept vegetable garden In the
ctty, $6 In cash—$2 Rodecker bakery
$2 Bon Ton grocery, $2 Crescent Drug
Co. Second best, $5 kitchen table
Shawnee Planing mill. Third best,
one dozen cabinet photographs. Camp
bell & Edwards.
Best kept vegetable garden In oKy
cultivated by child under 16 years of
age, $4 In cash—$2 Burke Grocery
Co., $2 Roy Jenkins. Second best
i $2.60 by Gossllng & Truett
— i TinWitt'B Kidney anu uiouuci •••- --- Mn*Rv We nave cuiuyietcu 4 , „ ,_Tr,n nnpachl DeWitt's Little Early Risers, fa-
l0"Mrs.r'jan"cs Smith." jaltord relief for Mrs Charley Bell. jfor a «** «obe given In the city hall clty^e « rc r |mon. little pills C. R. Harryman. •
"The Mleses Smith." ncys, backache . Judge, ,or best display of chrysan-jMay the 14th. - ,
To send a card without calling sis- Sold by C. R. • L > 1 Mi * ti ' Mi Mi
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ALL DAY SATURDAY, MAY 4th_.907.wej best bargain ever offered in Shaw- |
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 3, 1907, newspaper, May 3, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106400/m1/8/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.