The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 227, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1908 Page: 3 of 7
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three lines three times twenty-five cents.
tuebday, june 30, 1908.
THAT'S ALL IT COS TP YOU TO USE THE WANT ADS. IN THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
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Where small ads are classified for
our readers that they may receive
big Returns on a Small Investment.
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WANTED—A white woman to d)
General housework; family of two.
Apply at once at 125 N. Bell St., or
phone 154. 20 4t
WANTED—A girl to do general
house work; good wages. Apply ut
218 North ark. 29tf.
WANTED—A place as a wet nurso.
Apply at 71G N. Aydelotte. 26-&t
GIRL of 1« wants k sltlon to care
tor baby and do light hoi.seworfc Ap-
ply 105 S. KoC'nley. 1H 3t
WANTED—A position as office girl
Address Zulla Walters, 727 S. Dioad-
WANTED—A situation of general
house work. Address 205 S. McKinley
WANTED—A position to do general
housework. Address Ethel Smith,
general delivery, Shawnee, Okla. 17
There is nothing, which if properly advertised
through these columns will not bring you results
Convert the Unneeded Things into Cash
Yon can talk to thousands of people here, some
who will want the very thing you want to dis-
Try an Ad and See
SEND IN YOUR AD TO—DAY
WANTED—Place to do houBe work
Call 310 E. FarreL 12-tf
WANTBD—Place to cook or do
house work. Call at 502 S. Union.
WANTED—A situation; any kind of
work, by lady. Address Mattle Wil-
liams, care Shawnee News. ll-8t
WANTED—A home for a little blno
eyed 2 months old baby girl. Party
desiring to see this beautiful chnd
and give it a homo call at 540 North
Douglas, Friday at 10 o'clock. Phone
FOR SALE—A Spaulding iwo seat-
ed, leather top hack, Bame as new, at
a bargain. Call 720 S. Bell St. J.
A. Hill. 26-:tt
FOR SALE—Fresh milk cow, cor
ner Rldgewood and Philadelphia. T.
J. Payne. 19 f
FREE:—Liberal sample Conkey's lice
powder and valuable poultry boo't if
you bring this ad or send 5c postage
to Joe Waring, El Reno, Okla. 22-lm
PRIVATE BOARD for several par-
ties at 124 S. Minnesota. Mrs. Alice
PARTIS WISHINO section maps of
Pottawatmle county dan buy same it
The Shawnee News office. 80-if
FOR SALE—Hardware stock ni
Walter, Okla.; will invoice (5,000.00
located on best corner in town popu-
lation 1700. Address R. L. Reld, Wal-
ter, Okla. 19'oi
FOR SALE—Incubator and brooder-
holds 50 eggs; hatch 85 per cent;
satisfaction guarantee;!. Call at 329 S.
Min. Mrs. A. Ravlon. 16-(it
PIANO MOVINO—s eclal vans for
movkig pianos; pianos stored. We do
general moving, packing and ship-
ping business. Hively Music Com-
pany, 119 E. Main. Phone 921. 5-lm
FOR SALE—All kinds of city ano
farm property. Call and see me. A. E
Kennedy, over oklahoma Nat. Bank.
PIANOS—Hively Music Company,
the "Quality House," high grade pi-
anos. Cash or easy payments. 119
WANTED — Traveling hardware
salesman, $160 and expenses; drug
clerk, $100; bookkeeper, $125; assist-
ant, $85; clerk in general store, $60:
assistant secretary, $100. Apply Dept.
45, American Opportunity Co., Hous-
ton, Texas. Wt
FOR RENT—Three room house at
Tenth and Market. Call on S. A. Shel-
don, over State National Bank. 12-tf
FOR RENT—Houses or cottages :n
all parts of the city. A. E. Kennedy,
over Oklahoma Nat. Bank. 11-lm
FOR RENT—Front rooms for light
housekeeping with gass. Phone 178
or call 328 N. Philadelphia. 16-6t
FOR RENT—A nice, newly furnisn-
ed room, close in. 124 N. Phila. 9-12t
WANTED—Washing. Will some
one please assist Mrs. Luncford, at 306
Chapman St., by giving her washing.
Ehe Is a widow, with 3 children. 22
FOR RENT—Three rooms for re#,
in Scott Flats, everything modern. J.
C. Parker, ag'jnt. Phone 1082. 26-tf
WANTED—Every citizen who has
anything they wish to sell or rent, to
place a three lino ad in The News
three times, 25c *
WANTED—Everybody to bring their
Job printing to The Shawnee News
>ffice, corner Main and Philadelphia.
WANTED—Agents, $90 monthly,
patented bread baker; every house-
keeper wants one; agent's sample fre-
Porshee Mfg Co., Box 836, Dayto.1,
WANTED—Men to learn barber
trade; few weeks required; best pay.
lrg work within the reach of poor
man; can have shop with small capi
tal; wages from $12 to $20 weekly:
wo;u]ellul demand for barbers; cata-
logue mailed free. Moler Barber Col-
lege, Kansas City, Mo. 6-12t
MEN—The Vacuum Treatment per-
manently curs vital waknss, varii.i
cele, soructure and enlarges; con'i
dent.Al. Charle* Mfg. Co., Charl *
1 nildlng, Denver, Colo. 15-lm
WANTED—Your job printing of any
kind at the Shawnee News office, cor-
ner o' Main and rhiladelphla.
WANTED—A young girl 14 years
old wishes to live with family to at-
tend child or help with housework
Mytle Sims, 230 South McKinley. lS-Et
FOR RENT—Four room house,
cheap, 115 N. Market. Call at 211 N.
Market. 15-f t
FOR RENT—Furnished down stairs
rooms at 504 N. Broadway, Apply 502
FOR RENT—Six room bouse, fut
nished, modern in every particular.
210 North Union. Phone 953 Black.
FOR SALE—A new baby walker.
Apply at 123 N. Philadelphia. 10-tt
FOR SALE—$37 folding bed and a
$37.60 coal and wood range. See F.
E. B., at News office. 10-ci
FOR SALE—A cash register, $30.00
Apply at New office. 10-cf
FOR SALE—Fifty visiting cards for
25c, at The Shawnee News.
FOR SALE—Driving horse at 313
N. Tucker. Phone 296 or 490.
FOR SALE—A complete outfit for a
printing office. Apply tor further par-
tlculars at the Shawnee News office,
Three nice unfurnished rooms with
bath in the Scott flats, No. 20, East
Tenth Street, $10.00 a month. In-
quire of J. C. Parker at No. 125 1-2 N.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms tor
light housekeeping; gas for cooking.
502 N. Uniono. Phone 658. 23-6t
N. Broadway. 6-tt
FOR RENT—Furnisheo rooms at
!011-2 East Main street 29-tf
FOR RENT—Store room, located on
East Main st. Apply J. Pilcher, over
News office. 10-im
FOR RENT—27 room rooming house
bath, gas and electric lights all In
drst class shaye. Apply to C. Pilcher
over the News office. 4-tf
FOR RENT—A 5 room house, close
in. Apply 222 1-2 E. Main. 23-st
FOR RENT—Sixteen rooms over
Bell-Wayland, on S. Broadway, suit-
able for rooming house. For further
Information phone 75. 13-12t
FOR RENT—A hall suitable for
lodge or society to hold regular meet-
logs, ante-room In connection, cen-
trally located. Address W. T., care
if News. 1-tf
Houses to Rent
FOR SALE—160 acres improved
land, near Earlsboro, $3,500; must sell
at once. Kerker Bros., Ill N. Union
FOR RENT—We have some 3 and
4 room cottages, close in. Geo. E. Mc-
Kinnis Co., No. 110 N. Union. 12-tf
FOR SALE—Several pulleys
shafting. Apply at News office.
FOR SALE—Folding bed, In first
class condition. Call at 123 N. Phila'
FOR SALE—A good milk cow
219 N. Union. 23-6t
FOR SALE—New cereal anl feda
mill in Kingman, Kan., county seat,
2,000 inhabitants, city and couat.v
schools. Mill doing good business
$800 will buy same. For particulars
address J. H. Westfall, Box 333, King-
man, Kan. 22-12t
FOR SALE—Section maps of Potta-
watmle county at the Shawnee News
DAILY NEWS COUPON
This coupon and 25c in cash will be taken as payment for
a twenty word want ad. io run three times in the
THE SHAWNEE NEWS
Cor. Main and Philadelphia
PRIVATE RESCUE HOME FOR
GIRLS; babies adopted.
Una, 1614 Gould ave.,
Worth, phone 6207.
EMPLOYMENT wanted by youa?
maa of business abl.ity; had exn rl-
ence as bookkeeper and salesman n
large stock of hardware and groccr^
les; bookkeeping preferred, but will
accept anything in this line for a rea
sonable compensation; best of refd>
ence. Address W. R. Pounders, Clia
ton, Tex. 191111
A BU8INESS—Start mail order bus-|
lness; make $100 month clear profit.
Write Box A, Mullin, Texas. 16-lra|
A. E. KENNEDY
Loans & Insurance
Rents and Collections
Promptly Attended to
Oftue Over Oklahoma
Room 2 Phone 570
For Sale—Gas store, good as n«w
apply at News office. 14 ti
A Real Snap
I HOUSE, 75 FOOT
THE WESTERN BUSINESS COI
LEGE—A special three montha' course I graqinq tax ALL PAID, NO. 533
In either bookkeeping or shorthand for UjoRTH PARK STREET, GOES FOR
$25. P. O. Building, 3rd floor. Phon"
474, Shawnee, Okla. 6-lrn |
For Rent or For Sale
FOR RENT OR 8ALE— Well lm
proved farm, 66 acres, balance in ha;
mlleB N and one W of Shawnee lul$1500.
tClckapoo. Apply 651 N. Park. 30-tI | THIS PLACE
WANTED AGENTS—$75 monthly;
metal combination Rolling Pin; nine
articles combined; lightning seller;
sample free. Porsnoe Mfg. Co., B
677, Dayton, O.
A FEW special agents to sell sick
and accident insurance.. Sun Accident
Co., 213 1-2 W. Main, Oklahoma City.
FOR RENT—Two nice front office
■ooms, second floor, centrally located.
Vddress T. H. W., care of 8hawnee
NINE USEFUL ARTICLES IN
ONE—Improved Combination Dipper
very latest out; sells at sight; prl
25c. Stnd address for free Illustrated
catalog. National Distributing Co.
LESS THAN THE LOT ITSELF IS
WORTH. THE OWNER NEEDS THE
MONEY AND HAS AUTHORIZED
ME TO SELL THIS PIECE OF PROP-
ERTY FOR $1375. THE VACANT
LOT WOULD BE WORTH EA8ILY
For Sale or Trade
THERE IS A
FIRST CLASS CELLAR AND FINE
FRUIT TREES. IT IS AN IDEAL
HOME. BETTER SEE IT AT ONCE.
Real Estate Man.
41-2 East Main Street
FOR SALE Oit TRADE—$30 Edisoi
phonograph and 24 records, good asj
new; will sell or trade it as part pay-
ment or horse. F. E. B. News office. I
WE HAVE SOME PRIVAT6
MONEY TO PLACE ON BU8INE39
AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY. SEE;
|USATONCE IF YOU WANT A*
I FARM OR CITY LO^N.
A MANUFACTURING company with
established business in Dallas, about
to establish a plant in OklahomH
wants active men with $2,000 to $3,000
to take Interest; product staple; bl?
profits; splendid opening in Oklaho | phone 1100
ma. Box 622, Dallas, Tex. 9-lm
GEO. E. McKINNIS CO.
110 N. UNION
Past, Present. Future
FOR SALE—6 roam house, $200.00
cash, balance on monthly payments.
Just the thing to get a home like pay*
ing rent. Price $1,100. Inquire at
Shoe Stora, No. 3, East Main Bireet
or plione 217.
FOR SALE—Good saddle pony and
colt; colt 1 year old. Inquire at 535
N. Market st. 11-bi
FOR SALE—One gray horse, 8 years
old, weight 1250 pounds; fine driver;
a bargain at $1.25. Call at Stewart's
Shoe Shop, 221 1-2 E. Main st 18-31
LOST—Light brown pug pup. Flnl
er return to C. 0. Thomas, 325 South
McKinley and get suitable reward.
MARRIAGE PAPER—Highest char,
acter; incorporated; 12th year; 4000
members; piper sealed; send 10c,
Love, Box 1600, Denver, Colo.
LOST—Gold bracelet, set win
stones. Please return to Mrs. W. 41
Longmire, 627 N. Broadway. 15-6:
Give us a trial with your Cleaning and I*reu
. _ig. We press your clothes In the smartest
vest In city property; get you a house ,tylell
FOR SALE—Good Velie buggy; as
good as new. 604 V Beard.
FOR SALE—Singer sewing machine,
drop head, good as new. Address Ma-
chine, care Shawnee News. 12-tl
FOR SALE—Lady's bicycle,
Apply at News office.
For Sale or Exchange
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—One
of the best and most up-to-date gen-
eral merchandise country stores in
eastern Kansas. Old established trad
lng point. Annual business $10,000
Fine two story business building
Lodge hall; two residence dwellings;
full bearing orchard; hog corral; barn i
wagon scales, etc. Price $8,000 for
stock and buildings; stock is clean
and up to date; no other store in town
Will sell for cash or take a gooa
clean farm. Have western land Inter-
ests which need my attention. W. h\
Asimus, Peoria, Kan. 8-6t
LOST—A hitch rein,
on N. Broa.N
STRAYED OR STOLEN—Speckled
gray mare; looked to 1 e heavy in foal.
Apply at 619 S. Union for reward.
at the right price on the best term:?. |
We have a few choice bargains rang-
,g from $500 to $4,000; cannot fail I
to be pleased; don't delay in seeing|
Geo. E. McKlnnia Co., No. 110 N.
Union, phone 1100. 12-ti |
Mr. Business man, we want to say
to you, we belong to no insurance com-
bine and we are in a position to save
you 33 1-3 per cent on business risks.
We loan money on everything. Shaw
nee Land and I/.an Co., 208 E. Main
Houses for Sale
House and two lots for sale or
trade for land. Delivery wa«an,
harness and scaleB for sale. Shawnee
Broom Factory, 509 South Kiokapoo
LADIES, NOTICE—Dr. A. B. Keat'fly
345 State street, Dallas, Texas* safely
treats all monthly complalntB, prl-'ato
troubles of women; ladles' home dur-
ing confinement; Infants adopted.
Write or call. 11-lm
SOME Extra Good Bargains—Twen
ty sections well Improved ranch,
$2 school land, $2 bonus, one-fourt
fine farming land. Fourteen sections
well improved ranch, 60 per cent flio
farming land $6 per acre. Twenty
eight sections well Improved ranch for
lease, with 1000 well bred stoc cattla
for sale. Seven sections well Improv-
ed ranch at $3.50 per acre; one fourth
fine farming land. Three sections,
fenced, at $3 per acre; 400 acres m
fine farming land, all in Sterling coun-
ty, Texas. One hundred other propo-
sitions of all kinds of lands in this
and adjoining counties. Will give tlmo
or take some trade, but don't want any
Jacks, stallions, black land farms or
Confederate bonds. Don't write, bu
come and see me; 300 head good stock
horses, $35 per head; 300 well graded
Angora goats, $3 per head. L. C.
Dupree, Colorado City, Tex. 19-12t
FOUND—A bunch of keyB. Party
calling at News and paying for notice.
FOUND—A small Bhoe, Party los-
ing same call at News office. 13
AGENTS—$75 monthly. Metal com
blnatlon Rolling Pin. Nine articles
oomblned. Lightning seller; sample
free. Forshee Mfg. Co.,B. 760, Dayton,
THE NEWS WANT ADS.
If you don't see what you want, a*K
for It through these columns. No ad-
vertisement accepted, no matter how
small, for less than 15c for one time,
25c for three times, or 60c for one
week bix consecutive InsersttonB.)) No
charge made tor less than 25c.
Offioe l'hone 881 Residence I hone To7l
DR. W. R. WILLIAMS
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office Corner Main and uroadway
MAKE IMPORTANT MOVES only
after learning their full outcome
through the Clairvoyant Powers of the
Renowned Hindu Orientulist, who for
60 days will give trial Reading Past,
Present, Future and three questions 1 Dr. H. STUCKER, D. C.
for 25 cents. Send date of birth in Nerve Specialist
town handwriting to Yoga Moatoya, I Parlors 88*24 Beard-Kennedy & Wheeler Bids
„ .. nti.tii I Cor. Uroadway and 9th St.
Suite 10, 407 E. Douglas ave., \ icht- Kiro-i'raetto Spinal Ad), will remove pres-
ta Kansas. 9-l'li|sure from the nerves which la the cause of
your trouble. No Medicine
Real Estate for Sale
WILLIAM H. DODGE
Collections, Commercial Law, Conveyancing
11-lm | All Instruments of writing accurately drawn
and acknowledgements taken
Office room 13 over First National Bank
FOR SALE—Now is the time to ln-
Roomlng House for Rent
FREE—A 21-room house, suitable
for a boarding house will give first
0 dayB free, if party will take a lea™ I 0rrICI pHOSC ,
LOOK NEAT CLUB
Room 80, Heard. Kennedy & Wheeler Bldg.
... Ladles. Try...
MRS. W E. JACKSON'S
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION CREAM
and you will use no other
Find It at Wallace Mann's or F. A. Reynolds
DR. J H. SCOTT
Resldetce 380 North Heard Street
on tiie same. Apply to C. Pilcher, j
801 1-2 E. Main.
res. phoki 118
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY tor
sale by A. El Kennedy, over Oklaho I
ma Nat. Bank, Shawnee, Okla. 11-lm |
A COOL PLACE
Leader Corner, Main and Broadway
Have shine, 5c; 24 shines for ono
dollar. First class work done, or no
pay. You can get a shine every dav
in the week and on Sunday all day
Ox Blood Red Shoes.
Canvas White Shoes.
Kip White Shoes.
Tans, Orange Shoes.
Russet Brown Shoes.
Kid Black Shoes.
Ladies and gentlemen can get shin-
ed here by your honorable servant,
Office Comer Main and Broadway
I The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
[ Now has a representative In Shawnee. First
class goods at the lowest prices.
Good Solicitors Wanted at Onoel
M. P. UI'DBORAFF aobmt.
12 East 9th Street. Shawnee. Okiahom
I Office Phone 818 Residence Phone 887
Diseases of W nand Rectal Diseases
c. farrington, m. d.
PHYSICIAN *nd SURGEON
114 1*8 EAOT M4IN ST.
Office Phone 134. Resluenoe Phone 3H
Office 205 Houth Union
| shawnee transfer co
WALKER A WISHART. Props.
General Storage. Crating and lacking
1 Mosler fire proof safe, (25.00.
Folding beds, J5.00 to $20.00.
1 quarter sawed oak 8 foot exten-
sion table, $15.00.
Matting, 30c grade, now 25c.
Ice boxes from $4.50 to $10.00.
Office desk, $15.00.
Six gallon Ice freeier, $6.60.
Gasoline stoves, $1.00 to $2.00 and
Sewing machines, perfect stltclt,
from $2.50 to $10.00.
Cook stoves frcm $3.50 to $10.00:
Organs from $15 00 to $25.00.
Book cases and writing desks, $8.0$
All kinds of house furniture, dish**
A. N. BONWELL'S,
220 East Main Street.
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