The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 146, Ed. 1 Monday, December 4, 1905 Page: 5 of 8
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*W« REACH THK PEOPLE.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1905.
YOUR PATRON AOS •OLICIT1*,
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Corner Main and Bell
Streets, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
ation of the fac-
ilities it otters
for the handling
of your bank ac-
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H. Ii. Thurmond and Sam Pack wore
here from Wewoka yesterday.
Basswood at Rodbertson's Book
H. Billings and Freeman Miller of
Enid visited the city today.
A choice selection of picture
frames and sheet pictures at Wlrf
Paint & Glass Co's. 27-tf
Mrs. R. E. Burbeny of Lindsay, I. T.,
Is the guest of Shawnee friends.
J. V. Edwards of Gainesville, Tex.,
is a business visitor in Shawnee.
Mrs. S. P. Wilson of Nashville,
Tenn., is the guest of friends In this
Every day a bargain day for wall
paper at Wirfs Paint & Glass Co's.
F. H. Norwood and J. E. Gllroy of
Prague spent yesterday with friends
in this city.
Editor A. D. Murlin of the Sparks
Review and Editor Lively of the Mee-
ker Herald visited Shawnee Sunday.
FOR RENT—Ads in this column 3
times for 25 cents, payable la ad-
Hon. Felix Winkler of Kingfisher,
member of the last senate of Oklaho-
ma, was in the city today.
WANTED—Room centrally located
and well heated, with or without board.
Address F., News office.
Selected stock envelopes at Bocher'a
5 cents. 12-tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Willis of Wln-
fleld, Iowa, who have been visiting
Rhoda V. Lewis, at 308 North Park
street, left today for her home-
Have you pimples, blackheads, en-
larged pores, wrinkles, freckles, liver
spots, superfluous hair, or other skin
blemishes? If so, see Miss Wilson,
dermatologist, Room 6, over Hie Itey
Bros., 106 1-2 East Main St. ll-lm
Dr. Omer Thompson, Practical and
Psychic Magnetic Healing. Office
Room 30 in the Btard-Kennedy-Wheel
er building, corner of Broadway and
Ninth street 30-lm
LOST—A brown leather hand-bag,
containing $10, a pair of eye glasses,
and calling cards with owner's name
and address. If found call at 208 N.
Beard and receive reward or phone
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I f URRENT
IJf V EVENTS.
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Fair tonight and Tuesday
THE HEWS BIG THERMOMETER
At 7 a. m. today registered 26;
10 a. m. 46; 12 m. 54; 3 p. m 54.
N L. Fogle was down from Meeker
P J. Sims of Wanette Is a visitor
in the city.
H. R. McGill Is here today from Ok-
New lot of Basswood at Robterson's
Book store. l-3t
Mrs. M. E. McGill of Wanette Is
visiting Shawnee relatives.
R. A. Bayne and wife were here
yesterday from Wewoka.
J. J. Andrews of Oklahoma City Is
a visitor in the city today.
H. O. Hallenback of Chicago Is a
Jate arrival in the city.
P. A. Norris of Ada spent Sunday
with relatives in Shawnee.
Mrs. A. J. Croathwalt of Moulton,
Alabama, is visiting ner father, J. J.
Doss, and other relatives.
Window glass, all sizes, at Wirfs
Paint & Glass Co., 9th and Broadway
Ice cream, hot and cold drinks, all
winter at Cockrell's, the druggist. 24
Frank E. Bales returned this morn-
ing from Earlboro, where he spent
Sunday. Mrs. Bales and daughter re-
mained for a further visit
Business men, If you will support
the industries now In Shawnee others
will come. Jo Ko, the perfect nickel
cigar, is made in Shawnee, and excels
all other nickel clears on this market
Ask your dealer for it. :7-tf
No handling, no exposure to dust,
fruits are wanted. BUY OF US.
Ours arc displayed
and cared for in the
most cleanly way.
If clean kept, dried and evaporated
7 MIS WEEK
50 Pounds U. S. Flour—sack
Dry Sak Meat, pound
Colorado Potatoes, peck 25c; bushel
Early Ohio potatoes—home grown—bushel
Butcher's Urd, p mnd
Flake, White and Crystal White soap, 7 bars 25c
. . 9c
. #1 00
. . 60c
Evap. peaches, standard, lb . . . 10c
Fancy, 2 lbs 25c
Choice, lb 15c
Extra choice—large, 2 lbs 35c
Prunes—small size, 4 lbs 25c
Medium sizs, 3 lbs 25c
Large size, 2 lbs 25c
Extra choice—large, lb 20c
Figs—California dried, 3 lbs.. . . 25c
Evap. pear, nice halves, lb . . .15c
Apples, whole evaporated, 2 lbs 25c
Sun dried, 3 lbs 25c
Apricots—standard evap., lb . . 10c
Fancy evaporated, 2 lbs 25c
Raspberries, nice clean stock, lb 35c
Raisins—j crown, 3 lbs 25c
3 Crown, lb 10c
4 Crown, 2 lbs 25c
fresh Celery and Hot Mouse Lettuce.
®kl£kil $ Satfltfs ©. 0.0.
Sole Agents Golden Gate Coffees and Spices
The cotton market today In Shaw
I nee was as follows:
I Seed, $3.50-65.
The school board will meet tonight
to dispose of some weighty matters.
Warren L. Kltchel of Ada, I. T.,
and Miss Nellie G. Fox of Earlboro,
were united In marriage Sunday. The
groom Is a well known cotton glnner,
and resides In this city during the
winter and spring, working in the gins
at Ada during the season. He is an
excellent young man, of steady habits,
and in winning for his bride the win-
somo girl he has chosen, he Is certain-
ly to be congratulated. They spent
Sunday there, returning to Ada this
Dennis Flynn, former delegate to
congress, was In (he city this morning,
returning to Oklahoma Clt.f this af-
ternoon. Dennis wants some fran-
chises here, notably a gas plant and
an electric line franchise, but he made
110 statements today.
Every woman In the world wants to
know what a bachelor thinks about.
One of the jolllest bachelors In ths
country will tell his audience all about
this tomorrow night at the opera house
when DeWitt Miller lectures on "The
Reveries of a Bachelor." Mr. Miller
"reveries" most delightfully, having
been at It for about half a century.
He Is a philosopher, as all good bach-
elors are, and looks to the bottom of
things. Mr. Miller, being a bachelor,
Is of course an optomist. «
This is the third number on the High
School Lyceum Course. The commit-
tee feel justified in stating that it is
equal, if not superior, to any other
number on the course. Reserved seats
on sale at McClellan & Yunt's at 7:30
WANTED—To sell or to rent, good
boarding house, fine location, good bua-
iness. For particulars call at Up-to-
Date Boarding House, 217 East Main
street, one block from depot
FOR RENT—A nicely furnished
front room, electric light and bath.
Inquire at 632 N. Broadway. 4-3t
FOR SALE—Farm and city property
cheaper than the cheapest, or I will
make you a loan for less than the
other fellow. See me. 'Nuff said.
Harry S. Edwards. 4-3t
FOR SALE—A1 boarding house, full
of good paying boarders. Some cash,
balance time as you make it. See me.
'Nuff said. Harry S. Edwards. 4-3t
FOR SALE—A good paying rooming
house, close In, good neighborhood,
reason for selling leaving city. See
me. 'Nuff said. Harry S. Edwards.
Anyone wishing shopping dono and
room designing, call 011 me at Harrod
building, room 10. Price reasonable.
Jennie Fraley. 4-Gt
By the limner Electric company
when you have any electrical work to
do. They will wire your house accord-
ing to the national board of fire under-
writers or refund your money. Phone
090, 321 E. Main street.
Continues in interest. Rev. J. H.
Bennett of Chickasha will be with
Pastor Wolfe for the next ten days.
All are cordially Invited to these
Married at Jail.
1 The city jail took on a new aspect
today when a marriage was celebrated
there. Henry Long and Vanderbilt
Williams, colored, the latter with a
previous police record, were arrested
on a serious charge, but have probably
disposed of it by being married in the
jail office, Judge Bushfleld officiating.
on your choice of a tailor always meet
the man who is particular about his
clothes. That one reason why men
who demand perfect, well fitting and
really stylish garments always go to
Kreillng's, whose tailoring establish,
ment is famous for correct dressing.
Make yourself a Xmas present of «
new outfit from this store. You will
honor yourself and please us.
J. H. KREILINQ,
Phone 308. 110 N. Union AA
Cleaning and Repairing.
1*3 Off % 1 The Fellow Who
" Has What He
| Men's Suits, f I Advertises
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Winter Suits at
165c on the Dollar. 1 S®2
Men's $25 Stein Bloch Suits in this
sale go at
75 Sults. worth $7.50, now
Men's $15.00 Suits go in this sale at.. $10.00
Men's $12.50 Suits go In this Bale at.. $8.40
Men's $10.00 Suits go In this sale at.. $6.70
Men's $22.50 Stein Bloch Suits In this
sale go at
Men's $20 Stein Bloch Suits in this
sale go at
Men's $18 Stein Bloch Suits in this
sale go at
Men's $10.50 Suits go in this sale at.
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This store never attempts to misrepresent; we state frankly
that the Suits offered you in this sale ARE NOT of this seas-
on s manufacture, T hey are left over from last season and
are the product of the Stein Bloch Co., and AIco System. We
can fit anybody and we offer them for your inspection.
We give our personal Recommendation
and Guarantee as to the Value of these
Garments and your msney goes back, to
You, if you want it.
This is the best bargain offering of Reputable Men's Wearing
Apparel, that has ever been given you. No disappointments
possible to people who are in the habit of buying standard
goods. Everything sold in this store, leaves us with the un-
derstanding that there is full merit and equivalence for the
price paid therefor. All alterations on suits above mentioned
made at purchasers expense.
The iSame Price to Everybody.
TRUSTWORTHY GOODS ONLY.
16 East Main St.
16 East iain St.
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Halpin, Harry E. The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 146, Ed. 1 Monday, December 4, 1905, newspaper, December 4, 1905; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc89748/m1/5/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.