The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 127, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS HERALD
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10, 1915
12 and 13
Every woman in this city has a special invitation to be present at this, the greatest silk and dress goods sale this
store has ever inaugurated- AH New Goods, not a single yard carried over from last season. Our buyer, when in New York
made some extraordinary purchases, which was due entirely to existing conditions. One lot of New Dress Silks and one lot
of Dress Goods were bought at less than the cost of manufacture. In this sale we are going to demonstrate to the Shawnee
people what power quantity buying, lor cash, means in the way of getting at the low prices.
$1.00 Dress Goods at 38c
43 and 44 in. wide, all high grade wool
with neat brocaded designs, satin finish,
colors such as navy blue, Copenhagen,
sand shade, putty shades, dark
red, etc. While they last, yd.
$1.00 Brocaded Messalines at 58c
This is an opportunity of a lifetime. No
s ch thing ever happened here before. New shades,
with all the staple shades, such as dark and medium
red, sand shade, battleship gray, green, Copenhagen,
brown, light gray, red and green plaids, jf ^
and many other shades and combina-
tions; large line to select from; yd.,
We will be pleased to bhow lines to anyone, but no goods will be sold before Friday, February 1 2th. Remember the dates.
The Mammoth Department Store
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that the compensation fixed in the
bill should be paid direct by the
employer to the employe. An effort
wji8 made by Mr. Durant to attach
this same amendment to the bill
when it was under consideration in
committee of the whole.
Would Kill K fleet of Hill.
It was asserted by friends of the
measure that if the amendment were
adopted It would kill the entire ef-
fect of the main purpose of a com-
pensation law by leaving the set-
tlement of compensation in the
hands of the employer.
WAS 108 YEARS OLD
11) Issoclated Tress,
London, Feb. 9.—Captain David
Jackson, 108 years old, who just
died of heart failure at his home in
Tooting, was for nearly fifty years
a master mariner on ships between
England and America. He made his
Good bread—why not? You've
been used to eating breadmade
the lard way. It lias been pretty
good bread—but not the best
bread. The really be^t bread
is made with Crusto.
Not a substitute for lard but
better than lard. In the first
place it is flavorless, tasteless
and odorless—it is pure and
sweet. It acts as the binder,
enrichener and shortener that
you've used lard for—but it
does it all better. We can't
describe it further. Try it and
taste the description. a
Watch Your Children
Often children do not let parents know >
they are constipated. They fear some- (
thing distasteful. They will like Itexail i
Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes !
like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents, j
The Owl Drug Store.
fir-t trip as a caliln boy in 1S17. I
Captain Jackson received a let-
ter of congratulation from the King
on his hundredth birthday, and a1
similar letter each year since. |
'One of the old man's boasts was
that only once had he been aboard j
a steamship, all his other voyages |
having been made in the days of
By Associated Press.
Alexandria, • Feb. 10. — Official
trade returns for the past year show
that imports into Kgypt amounted
to $120,000,000, an increase over.
the previous year of nearly $40,000.-
000. Exports of cotton for the year j
showed a considerable decrease.
St., Missoula, Mont.
FOR SA1«E—Mce household fur-
niture at 117 N. Broadway, by New
State Transfer Co. 102-25-tf
Elmer Kianatser and Bryan
Basham of the high school are in
Oklahoma City on business.
What is going to happen in Mex-
Chicago, Feb. 9.—'The war demand j
for navy beans has increased lite
price about a dollar a bushel. The'
price Of irark.M-s. fallowing the!
rise in wheat, has advanced from*'
two to five cents per pound.
FOR RENT — Nicely (prniahed
modern light housekeeping rooms
ground floor. 602 N. Union. Phone
668-J. * 60-14-tf
FOR RENT—Modern furnished
rooms, or for light housekeeping.
128 No. Bell St.
AT ALL GROCERS
CCMC8 IN TK M7 T" 1 P
3ut., 4LH.. Sal., to
Bj Associated Press.
Geneva, Feb. W.—According to of-
ficial statistics there are 75,000 Ger-
mans of both sexes engaged in
trades in Italy, 40,000 in the north
chiefly at Milan and Turin. These
Germans have received notice to
leave the country as soon as they
can arrange their business matters
through the German consulates.
The express trains arriving at Chl-
asso for Basel, on the (it. Gothard
Line and at Brieg via the Simplon
Tunnel are crowded with Germans
and Austrians returning to their
countries. Certain portions of the
S\> iss frontier have been reinforced.
will relieve your indigestion. Many
people in this town have used them
and we have yet to hear of a case where
they have failed. We know the for-
mula. Sold only by us—25c a box.
The Ow| Drug Store.
FOR RBNT—Modern 6 room resi-
dence, 639 N. Market. Phone 605.
FOR RBNT—Two nicely fur-
nished rooms for light housekeep-
ing. modern conveniences. Phone
FOR SALE CHEAP—A good Jer-
sey cow. Will be fresh in two
weeks. Phone 1232-J or call at 603
North Beard. 41-9-3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE—$2000
equity in home, strictly modern.
Will trade for stock, land or any-
thing clear and worth the money.
Address R. L. A., care Norwood
WANTED—Good milk cow. In-
quire 213 N. Broadway of phone
WANTED — Travelling and local
agents. Salary and expenses paid.
No commission work. 202 North
WANTED—To buy, 5 or 6 room
house, close in, $100 cash, balance
$12,60 per month. Give full de-
scription of property and where lo-
cated. Address W. T. M., care of
'WANTED—Two rooms furnished
or unfurnished in private family,
close in, with privilege of bath.
Phone 308. 30-7-tf
WANTED—To buy your good sec-
ond hand furniture. Phone 110.
WANTED—Salesman to sell Lu-
bricating Oils. House and Bar®
Paint and Specialties. Big profits.
CHAMPION REFINING CO., Cleve-
land. Ohio. 27-S-12t
LOST A5D FOtTITD.
IA)ST— 'Black leather grip and
pair of pants, between 'McLoud and
Shawnee. Return to Willard Hotel
and receive reward. 43-9-2t^
FOUND — Strayed hog, weighs
about seventy-five pounds. Call 329
S. Minnesota. 36-9-3t
FOR SALE—Nice home for $600,
if sold at once. 150 ft. south of car
line. Lot 90x140. Mrs. M. P.
Dickinson, 317 N. Cleveland.
FOR SALE—Lot hi Fairground
Addition, worth *750.00, for $400
cash, or for $450 on terms. Ad-
dress K. S. Patten. 743 South 2nd
IjQST—Gold brooch about size of
dollar, diamond setting. Reward.
Phone 1032-J. 532 N. Louisa.
IjOST—Blaick and silver hand bag
containing red pocket book and
calling cards. Finder can keep
money but return bag to State
National Bank. 47-10-3t
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Parlort: 120 North Bell Sit.
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The Best Feneg
Is, the Ghe&pesi
The difference in cost between a loosely woven
fence made of brittle, poorly galvanized wire and the best fence you
can possibly buy is only a few cents, at the most. In fact, it is so slight that
you can't afford to consider it for a minute. When you stop to think that
it takes just as many posts and just as much lal>or to put up a short-lived
fence as it does one that will last you two or three times as long, and when
vou stop to figure the cost of repairing broken-down fences—the loss to your
crops from cattle breaking through, horses,going over and pigs crawling
under—you will agree that to buy any wire fence just because it is cheap is
> poor economy.
Square Deal Fence
will outlast any other farm fence you can buy and costs no more than any
other fence of equal weight and quality of material. Every rod is guaran-
teed by The Keystone Steel and Wire Comany—the mill that makes both
the fence and the wire that goes into it.
Come In and See It
before you buy fencing. See how trim and neat it looks; how easy it
handles; see the non-breakable, non-slipping Square Deal Lock. See
the wavy strand wires that keep Square Deal Fence tight and trim the year
around. See the one-piece stay wire that makes this fence self-supporting,
non-sagging and non-buckling.
Get our latest prices on guaranteed "Square Deal" Fence.
No freight to pay. No waiting.
Stone Hardware and Implement Co.
THE I ON( i M1R1P) R A P E R pQ.
NIGHT PHONES—139—70—346—1153 J.
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 127, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1915, newspaper, February 10, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128684/m1/4/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.