The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 129, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Shawnee N
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1907.
10 c Per Weak
Big Ribbon Sale Sat, and Mon. Night
No. 80 Fancy Ribbons at 7 1-2 Cents
= B. & W. DRY GOODS STORE
HEMMED AND HAS NEAT BORDER
THE COTTON REPORT
< McMillan A Co.. Brokers. 120 1-2
'Kant Main St., Cotton. 8tocks, Grain
Chicago Gram Market.
97 102 1-2 97 100 1-8
98 103 1-4 9S 101 1-4
New York Cotton Market.
Cotton and wheat reacht d their high
mark today and closed strong Sej
tember wheat went to 103 1-4 and clos
ed at 101 1-4. while New York cotton
1094 1104 1101 1105-06; July, reached 1124. October 1124 ana
1103 1124 1101 1119-201 December 1126. closing high by about
1107 1126 1107 1125126 $1 per ba!<
Committee to Washington.
The constitutional convention com
mittee leaves Oklahoma City thi6
evening at 5 o'clock via the Frisco for
Washington, where they will confer
wi'h President Roosevelt.
taTES TIN ShOP
Skylights. M<?taJ Celling, Cornice and Sheet M^tal Work. Ho* Air Pitra****
▲11 KJida Tanks.
KSTIMATK9 FURNISHED FR«E.
2tS ■ Mat*, VL 841
THIS SATURDAY ONLY.
Ten post cards souveniers of Shaw-
nee 10c * Werners Racket Store
The News IQc a week
THE MAMMOTH DEPT STORE,
Dragged to Death.
(fiithhe, Ok.. May 17.- -Dempsey l<au
erdale, living near Morrison, was kJI-
l**d by being dragged by a pony for al
most a mile, lie wss thrown from the
ponv when it stumbled, bin foot catch
ing in the stirrup The animal then
became frightened and ran away dra*
ging him over the rough ground. He
never regained consciousness and died
a few hours after the accident-
El Reno. May 17—On the complaint
of Clarence Myerhroff. Iving six miles
from the city. Henry Southern was ar
rested. During the absence of Hyer*
, hoff Monday afternoon. Southers, it
is alleged, attempted to assault
Myerhoff. Southers is in jail.
Our line of Wash Shirt Waists is now
complete w « just received the last
shipment. They sell regular af trom
$ I 50 to $6.00 Our Pay Day Special
$1.19 to $4.00
See our show window for few samples
Made in New York
PITTSBURG is Steel Headquarters for
New York is Style Headquarters.
Alfred Benjamin & Co. produce the highest
in a d e in New
You can buy cor-
Mverhoff is badly bruised it in nald
• A presp feeder wanted at The NVwh
rect New York Style of today right here in
town from the merchant who sells clothes
that bear this label.
Correct Clothes for Men
Exclusive Agent Here.
Johnson & Dickson
FOR 2,000 SHIRTS
Quite novel isn't it, yet these are unequalled in variety of pattern, unmatched in their approach to perfect fit. Entirely by
themselves in point of price. Can be seen at
16TH, 17TH AIMD 18 fH
These Shirts are wonders at the prices offered and during these three days all who appreciate good things at low prices will avail themselves of this
opportunity to buy. Included in this line of shirts are the always preferable ' COAT" shirt with or without cuffs. The Negligee in mercerized pongee
with soft collars attached. Plain white and pleated bosom shirts. In fact
SHIRTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT 79c EACH
This invitation is cordially extended to everyone and we are confident that all who come will be fully satisfied with their
purchases. For these Shirts are without doubt
THE BEST VALUES IN OKLAHOMA
The Mammoth Department Store Shawn"
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 129, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1907, newspaper, May 17, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106412/m1/4/: accessed August 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.