The Messenger. (Earlsboro, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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I lie Messenger reaches the PEOPLE and is read by over 1 00 0 people each week.
We reach the
Vol. 2, No. 20.
Get. 2, 1913.
Security State Bank
Why don’t yon keep your money in
a STRONG hank that can accommodate
you when you need to borrow?
W. S. Search, President; F. V- Askew, Vice President;
C. R. Wallace, Cashier-
Ready Money. Low Rates.
The Sears Investment Co.,
113 N. Broadway, . . . Shawnee, Okla.
Seeds to Plant Now
FANCY RECLEANED STOCKS OF
German Millet, Cowpeas, Rye, Wheat,
New CropTurnipSeed,Cane,Winter Turf Oats.
NEW CROP ALFALFA & SWEET CLOVER
Ask for prices and samples.
CLARKE’S SEED STORE
Phone 140. Clarke 6? Keller. Shawnee, Okla.
WARREN - SMITH HDW. CO.
"THE HARDWARE STORE.”
Gasolene Engines, Wind Mills,Pumps and
Supplies, Hardware, Implements,
Wagons and Buggies.
Shawnee, . . , Okla.
Main & Philadelphia Sts.
Strictly Modern. Rates 75c to $1.50 per day.
Shawnee’s Best Hotel.
Norwood Hotel Company, Proprietors.
| When in Shawnee stop
WHEN YOU COME TO THE CIRCUS
Make this store your meeting place. Best corner in town
to see the parade. Just accross from Reedle Hotel, Bank of
Commerce and Clark’s Seed Store. Mighty handy place.
And you can get your lunch too as we sell pie, chili,
sandwiches etc., at reasonable prices.
And don’t forget your drug wants, bring us your
family receipts, prescriptions, etc. We are agents
for Nyal’s Remedies,A.D.S.Vinal and Saxo Salve.
LION DRUG STORE
Wallace Mann, Proprietor. Shawnee, Okla.
^ C-A-L-L O-N ^
HALLEY-WHITE CLOTHING CO.
16 E. Main Street, Shawnee, Okla.
For your Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Shoes,
Underwear, in fact all Winter Clothing and Furn-
ishings. They will treat you right.
Their showing of Boys’ Suits from $3.oo and
up — and their Men’s and Young Men’s Suits and
Overcoats from SlO.oo, $12.50, $l5.oo, $17.50,
$20.oo and up have never been equalled at the
price. Don’t fail to see them if you want
^5^ the right thing at the right price.
Rooms 25 and 50c.
| It’s the proper place to £
eat and sleep.
He also attended
Fair this week.
Window, Plate and Floren-
tine Glass at Wirfs Paint &
Glass Co., Shawnee.
Charlie Crossman was a re-
cent Shawnee visitor.
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M When in Shawnee do F
% not fail to visit the F
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$ High Class Photo Play F
t Theatre. F
$ 3 Quality Pictures Ev- F
House, Barn, Wagon, Bug-
gy, in fact Paint for any
paintablething at Wirfs Paint
& Glass Co., Shawnee.
The Eastern Star Lodge
will hold a Christmas Bazaar
this year, and the ladies are
making a strenuous effort to
make it a splendid success.
Chas. Tindall and Claude
Davidson were at the state fair
the last of the week, and they
report that the fair is a wonder
Wall Paper! All grades and
prices t o suit your purse.
Wirfs Paint & Glass Co.,
J. L. Edwards was a recent
Charlie Wright and Lloyd
Jngram were in the capital
city the other day to take in
the state fair.
A. R. Morris renewed his
subscription to this paper, and
he will also get the Weekly
Kans: s City Star for one year.
FOR SALE—A 120 acre
farm, 5 acres in alfalfa 54 in
cultivtiou, balance timber pas-
ture. A good 5 room house,
cement cellar, good well of
water, good barns and sheds,
all fenced; a bargain at $3000.
00. For particulars see, or
write to, F. X. Resell, Earls-
We make no charge for set-
ting Glass if sash is brought
to the store. Wirfs Paint &
Glass Co., Shawnee.
Dr. Walker and family took
in the state fair and report a
very pleasant time.
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Resch, Francis X. The Messenger. (Earlsboro, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1913, newspaper, October 2, 1913; Earlsboro, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860733/m1/1/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.