The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 123, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1915 Page: 8 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS HERALD
already engaged for 'Sunday night
services at loast. We will be glad
to have tbo ministers of all the
churches with us as often as prac-
tical, and all .Christian workers
when they have no services.
(Rev. McCord, the personal work-
er, ca.me in advance today to per-
fect arrangements for the entire
Company in a few days. 'Rev. 'Mc-
Cord will open the meeting.
QBO. A. H'WNlDRICKflON.
Kl SHELL IIKN 1(1(1.
WITH I'M MISS MAIDS
>| 1SS FKKN DK L\(I V.
AT SAVOY SI M>\Y.
TO Till: CH HIST I AN
The First Christian church will
begin a campaign for the salvation
of souls Sunday with the R. Sheel-
er Campbell Campaign Co. of St.
Joseph, Mo. The personnel of teh
company is R. Sheeler Campbell,
Mrs. Campbell, Rev. McCord, Prof.
Lint, leader and munlc director,
and Paul Taylor, boy soloist. The
men come as experts in eaangelistic
work and we will be glad if all
Christian people will avail them-
selves of the opportunity to gain
from these Christian workers In-
spiration as well as strength for j
your own churches. We are not
FOR REM— ROOMS.
RiPj.NT—Extra nice large
front housekeeping rooms.
Philadelphia. Phone 178-J.
cxpeotlng the influence of this meet-
ing to be confined to our own flock
but to the entire city. If Christian
people will g«'t behind this com-
pany really wishing to better civic
conditions here in Shawnee it will
be done. We extend an invitation
to 'the singers of th<- different
churches and of no church to Join
the chorus und help us to make
things better "in the community."
If the crowds get too large for our
building then Convention Hall is
at 219 N. Union.
light office rooms.
FOR RBNT 2 light housekeeping
rooms at 323 IN. Market. Phone
FOR RBNT—411 N. Market, 5
room house for $10 month if taken
at once. 17-5-31
to schoolB, churches, library, etc.,' MILITARY ANNIHILATION.
4 blocks from business center of j
city. Might consider in exchange Th« Term Does Not Nece ar.iy Indi
$2500 property, clear of encum-j cat« Ttmfic S aujn«e
brance for equity, or part cash,' Many of tlin phrase- ** < >r * r,,lM
balance terms. Lamfoard-Hart Co. to '•"« '
114 29 tf of lbt' lM"l,,ir>
terras. Thar Is tlif H llli the wuril
_ "annihilated" ami ,,il« «iroyed." The
FOR SALE OR TRADE—40 acres brentlile«M remlei ieains wllh horror
5 room house and orchard, half thai "an entire division was destroyed
mile from the county esat, for city, while attempting io storm th«- torts at
property. Phone 762-R. l-l-6t A.,- or that "a reglmeijt or cavalry.
I while reeoimoih-rtng on the think of
„ t (|)m eueinv, \vn<* annihilated." He I in
TO TRADE Largo folding b«by -errlllle u( Blllllglll„
carriage for smaller one. or will j wbjch }|„ or N irtil<«ll.v all. the soldiers
sell cheap. Call at 324 X. Broad-i are |efl (|,,.l(j oll ,|,e
way. 8-3-31 . X'be truth, Iiowmvoi. i.«t «julie dltTer
— ■ ent. By t ' weans was every soldier
FOR SALE—Nice household fur-, or every trooper killed; the division or
regiment wa> demroyed « r annihilated
as an organization oi ••fFectivt? tlgtitiim
niture at 117 X. Broadway, by New
State Transfer Co. 102-25-tf
In time ol \\;i
dl vidua Is, hut
unit. That on
FOR SALE OR TRADE—'For
house and lot good team, wagon,
harness, far tools and 2 year old a division or a
at 202 X. Pesotuni.' to a,,-N 1
STRAYED -Jersey cow, from 544
N. Douglas. If taken up phone 31.
C. L. Rorer. 21-5-3t
WANTED—MN8CELL AN K01J8
WANTED—-To buy your good sec-
ond hand furniture. Phone 110.
I FOR RiBXT—
26 X. Beard.
( ill Phone lll-J.
vHeii you have a mattr*** t«
r fen ovate
W* make a •peclalty of featli-
•r mattresses also we renovate
SH4HNEK HKDDING CO.
DENTAL PARLORS | p^R RENT—'Furnished rooms for
tm in««o « SHAWNEE. OKLA . iivi. TIMI j i1(tht housekeeping. 331 N. Beard.
• <>... in. j phono 707-R. 119-29-tf
$4 to $5 |
A> 4 Ova* m
Set ol Teeth $5.00, Upper and Lower, both $ lO.Ot.
Very lie.t Sri of TdT. $8.00, Upper am'
Lowrr both ol the Beat Teeth, $16.00
FX)R RENT — Nicely furnished
i modern light housekeeping rooms
| grouncf floor. 50'J N Union. Phone
bUf j 658-J. B0-14-tf
♦ l l'-KI-IUTE SHOE SllOr
► FREE DELIVERY AND ME5S-
♦ 9ENHER SERVICE. Prompt
♦ attention to all calls, Phoue
♦ III West Main St.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
| TOR SA1.E—Lot In Fairground
Addition, worth <750.00, for $400
cash, or for $450 on terms. Ad
ilresa E S. Patten, 743 South and
' St.. Mispoula, Mont. 10-4-7t
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—
' l Good 8 room modern residence,
in central location; convenient
WANTED—Clean white girl for
general housework. Apply 726 N.
WANTED—To trade an equity in
acre tract on North Broadway
on automobile and horse and bug
gy, for a 4 or 5 roam house,, close
in. Inquire at Moonay's Black-
smith Shop on S. Bell. 3-2-5t
100 agents wanted to sell a self
heating sad iron. Labor and fuel
savej. Pay salary or commission.
Agents make $10 to $15 per day?
Ladies make good representatives
Imperial Sad Iron Co., Ft, Worth,
Texas. Box 285. 124-31-4t
LOST A5D FOtttTD.
LOST—Oold locket, monogram
"M. K." Diamond in leaf. Reward.
LOST—Child's brown fur neck
piece on Main or Union. For re-
ward phone 75. <22-5-3t
if ii lighting
Iii4 III order
tloiiH iii'isi in- mil in I i Iri.Hi. When Hie
organization Is liniUt'ii up the Itnllvlil
uul snliliei'a «li ■•iiiupiise it. no mat
ler hi'vv lirme ilie.v may lie personally,
degenerate imo u nmli. and, as a mob
or mere disorganized collection of men.
they are nn ilile Io att;i- k the enemy
and iimiiiIU linn hie to make any de
fense aiiiilust utiiKli
So. vvlletl I lie orgnnlzaflotl Is thus
broken, it is sniil io lie annihilated ot
destroyed sltlioiigh perhaps only J
autall part ot tin- soldiers tin v.* artunlly
been killed ot lei Indeed. It is
rare that a lighting null survives the
loss ot more t tin ti Ml per rent of Its
men linn is lieittitse the mortallij
of officers Is Iiuv.iy- Itlghei than that
among the privules. and when nearly
half or Its Iirtli er* are killed >n wound
ed the organization gctiernil) gin's to
pieces III stli-ll a .ase tile men go to
the rear ns itiiilvtduilN nt tn mieh order
as they ''tin iiialiii:iiu. I'ltere they must
remain until the organization Is recruit
ed. reottt'-oreil mil reorganl ieil Cntll
that Is done the} are useless tor war
In the wai General Boiler
with an arui.v "t some tu.oiiti men, ;if
tacked lite Boers at the Tugela river
II,. I toil ...I I Hi
men. liilleil .III-T ivui i.-.l Hi;n
one-tenth of his whole iiflll.v. 'I e! liis
army was said to lie destroyed, as. in
fllCt. it \\ :ls Alter I In- del <■ill it lllld
lost all organization mid virtually de-
generated into a mob. It bad to re-
treat about twenty miles, where it
would betsufe from Boer attacks, and
there It lay for several months unable
to make a single move until tt was
recruited, reofflcered. re enforced and.
most of all, reorganized.—Youth's Com-
NUMBER 123. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY i.
10 people—7 girls—3 men. One whole-solid week, starting Sun-
day, Feb. 7th. Bill chairged daily, also pictures. The classiest
and best musical comedy thai has ever played this territory. Re-
fined screamingly funny. The following comment is from The
Hall} Oklahoma!!: "IteuricTs Princess Maids at the Folly today
in a comedy, that pleases in every way. Miss Fern De Lacy as
"Buster Brown" immediately makes a hit. She is very clever
indeed, and her pranks and songs are the best, and highly en-
tertaining. There are a number of pretty songs by the chorus,
together with good dancing."
Opening Bill Sunday--"Buster Brown in Hicksville"
The picture for Sunday will be a very fine 4 part Daniel Froh-
■iia it Famous Players production, the celebrated romance
"One of Oar Girls," Featuring Hazel Dawn
We believe we are extremely fortunate to be able to secure a
company of this quality to amuse our patrons. Make your plans
now to see "THE PRINCESS MAIDS," every day.
SAVOY THEATRE—Adults 20c; Children 10c.
Lloyd Tackett, who was recently
operated upon for appendicitis at
the general hosipital, has been re-
moved to his home.
Washington, Feb. 5.—The senate
elections committee recommended an
investigation of the senatorial cam-
paigns in Pennsylvania and Illinois,
and any other state where there are
charges of corruption.
WANTED—Salesman to sell Lu-
bricating Oils. House and Barn
Paint and Specialties. Big profits.
CHAMPION REPrxING CO., Cleve-
land. Ohio. 27-S-12t
Yes—We Have It
And we honestly believe that
'Re*aSSL Hair Tonic
is the best hair tonic on the market—
50c a bottle. Sold only by us.
The Owl Drug Store.
Miss Ludlow leaves today for
Brownsville, Tenn., with the little
babe left by the late Mrs. D. G.
Eggerman. The child is being tak-
en to its grandparents.
t o i* l5 anything
Prevents Rust Everywhere
3-in-One tn? been for 13 ycrs the Old Reliable, largrst-scllinjr home and^office oH.
It is light eno igh to o'l a wntc^; heavy rnourh to oil a lawn tnower. On • soft clotn it
becomes an iJcr.l fumituro polisher. Makes a yard of checse cloth tho best and cheapest
Dust less Dusting Cloth. , .
And 3-in-One absolutely prevents rust or tarnish on all metal surfaces, lLdoors and out,
in any climate. . .
Free 3-in-One. Write today for generous/rw sample and the DictionaryoVuses—bothfrMlo
you. 3-in-One ia sold even-where in 3-siza bottles: 10c (I oz.), 25c (3 oz.)«50c (ii OS., Yx *iut lor
% Dollar). Also ia patented Handy Oil Can, 25c (3J4 oz.). c
* 3-IN-ONE OIL COMPANY VHOgWU
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 123, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1915, newspaper, February 5, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128680/m1/8/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.