The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 124, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 11, 1907 Page: 3 of 10
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The Shawnee News
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1#07.
4-Oc Per Month
| AT WINTER PRICES
That is goods that are Seasonable—prices that are unseasonable.||Our stock"isjvery^large. We want
to reduce it quickly, so instead of waitingl'until SummerOis over, we will give you advantages of lower
^ prices right now. That is enough talk—you know the store, you know the class of goods we handle
5^ Read the items and come prepared to get what you want and save money.
T.S* k-Ct- 8 ~
40-inch India Linon, good value at 15c our • ■
price | I C
32-inch India Linon, splendid value at 12 l-2c our **1
Checked Nainsook, the 12 12c quality, Q
our price OL
Checked Nainsook, the 16c grade, our ■ ■ 1
price | I -u
Checked and Stripe Dimity, the 16c grade, |Q
price I iJu
Table Linen Specials
Bleached Damask, splendid grade for 66c, In our VIC «
Half Bleached Cream Damask, 2 yards wide, m r _
the good 86c puality on sale 'tOU
Fine Bleached Damask, 2 yards wide, CQo
on sale OiJu
26-dozen Ladies Gauze Lisle Hose, splendid value at 26c, |Q
on Bale ....... I vJL
26-dozen Ladles Lace Lisle Hose, the 60c grade qq
on sale Owl/
Ladies' Underwear Specials
25-dozen Ladies Vests, taped neck and arm, never sold for less than
10c, on sale 3 for .. ZOu
26-dozen Ladles Vests, silk taped neck and arm, sold at other stores q
for 16c, on sale 5Jl
Uadies Summer Weight Union suit '22C
Indies Summer Weight Union Suit, 50c grade, >1 On
on sale ^TifcL
Infants Silk Finish Mercerised Vests, Splendid values, A _
only. .. 25C
500 yards Ribbon, 2 to 4 inches wide, size 12 to 60
500 yard ribbon, size 7 to 9
Rusting is not resting.
The selfish never are serene.
No one ever regretted burying •
There never is much good in "good
A man does not pick up sand by
licking the dust.
The fool always greases his track
on the up grade.
The saddest morality Is that which
Is satisfied with itself.
The ignorant may be foolhardy, but
only the wise are brave.
They make but little mark on time
who are only marking time.
You cannot cure a donkey by de
grees by calling him "Doctor."
Deeds of golden hearts are better
than dreams of golden harps.
The only stand some men will take
on any question is a band stand.
Little deeds tell more than the
largest, plainest bumps of character.
You cannot hurl Satan from his
throne by throwing adjectives at him.
Plenty of people who talk of hon-
esty as a good policy fall to pay the
If this world is none the better for
your living the next will have none
of your life.
It is faith mixed with facts and not
with fancies that holds the convic-
tion in a sermon.—Chicago Tribune.
26-dozen New Shirt Waists, beautiful deBlgns, all the very newest style*—
at prices from $i.oo, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50 ^
up to 6.00
50-dozen Men's Percale Shirts, worth 50 to 60c
50-dozen Lion Brand Shirts, fine percale and Madras cloth never
Bold for less than 11.00, TCn ^
on sale |0C
Not more than 3 to a customer. ^
Men's Oxfords ^
In this list we quote only the better grades Oxfords on which you can thor- —^(
oughly depend. They are backed up by both us and the maker—
Men's Patent Calf Oxfords worth $6.0(1, An
this sale JpO,vj0 —v
Men'B Patent Calf Oxfords, worth $400 An ■ ^
on sale i —«#?
Gun Metal Calf Oxfords, worth $4.00 dj O >| CT S
Steel Calf Oxfords, worth (4.00 q ■ r mj
on sale '•
Pat Calf Oxfords, worth $3.50 d>0 I C
on sale JpO« | Q
Gnn Metal Calf Oxfords, worth $3.50 • r-
on sale I 0
Patent Leather Oxfords $2.60 grade if\f% AC
on sale U>2.25
The king of Norway served as an
ordinary apprentice in the Danish
navy for nine months.
Judge Charles T. Woodard, lately
appointed to the Maine supreme
court, never had a picture taken.
King Leopold of Brussels is reck-
oned as the richest man in Europe
so far as real estate is concerned.
Lord Cromer Is such an industrious
man for England in Egypt that he
rarely accepts an Invitation to dinner
Theodore Gill, the world's greatest
authority on fishes, works for the
United States government for $1 a
The czar of Russia has a strong dls
like to being photographed alone
He is, however, quite at ease when
pos'ng as one of a group.
Prof. William Lyon Phelps of Yale,
in a recent lecture in Connecticut, de-
clared that "Mark Twain is easily the
greatest American novelist in the his-
tory of this country'! literature."
Francis Emory Warren who is to
represent Wyoming for the fourth
time in the senate, is a native of New
England. He was a private at 17 in
the Forty-ninth Massachusetts volun-
teers. He is one of the most exten-
sive stock raisers In his adopted
Rear Admiral Bronson, when he re-
llnqulshes the Asiatic station to be*
come chief of the bureau of naviga-
tion In Washington, will have the
honor of commanding the entire new
Pacific fleet, just as Rear Admiral
Evans now commands the Atlantie
The Pace Most people Trade.
If you will be nothing, Just wait to
Idleness travels leisurely, and pov-
erty soon overtakes it.
Poverty Is the want of much, av-
arice the want of everything.
No tyranny of circumstances can
permanently Imprison a determined
Man is not merely the architect o<
his own fortune, but he must also lay
the bricks himself.
More men fall through Ignorance ot
their strength than through knowl-
edge of their weakness.
Tou may succeed when other* 4b
not believe in you. but never wbea
you do not believe In yourself.
He alone Is happy who has leaned
to extract happiness, not from Ideal
conditions, but from the aotual one*
about him.—Success Magazine.
WORDS FROM BR'ER WILLIAMS.
Sometimes de wagon turn* over
whar de long lane turns, but de coa-
solatlon er glttin' dar makes up far As
goods you spill.
Dls Is de season Wen de heaths*
'crost de water Is hoilerin' fer close,
w'en all he needs In de wort' is a milo-
iold collar en a umbreller.
Hit might be convenient en comfort-
able tor go ter glory In a chariot er
Are in de winter time: but I b'l'eve I d
ruther freeze In dls *>1' worl' than ro
ter de next worl bl&zln'.—Atlanta Con-
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