The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 269, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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THB NBW8, THRBB M0NTH8, LOv
THE SHAWNEE f*CW8 FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910
Lost and Found
We Will Dye
Since moving into our new home, 219 East Main, one could
not appreciate the quality of our work unless you would have us
do your dyeing, cleaning and pressing.
Nothing Beyondour Equipment
If you contemplate a clean-up, bring us your wants or 'phone
225 your desire, and we will do the rest.
CLEANING & DYE WORKS
219 Hast Main. 'Phone 225.
Mrs. W. E.Jackson's
White Rote Complexion Cream, anu
you will use no other. Find it at
Wallace Mann's or F. A.
Reynolds & Son.
BOWLES & BENNETT,
Jewelers and Opticians.
Nickel Frames, $1.00 to $3.50.
Twenty-year Gold Filled Frames,
$3.00 to $5.00.
Best Gold Frames, $6.00 to $8.00.
With Wade & Branch Hardware Store
108 EAST IIA IN. 2-lm
T. P. Mitchell
IOSS. B'Way Shawnee, OK.
You may wish to borrow some
money to invest in GREATER
SHAWNEE. If so, come to see me.
You get the money soon as papers
are made out.
Property for sale and houses to
J. C. FISHER
ROOM 106 MAMMOTH BLDG.
CASTLE HALL SHAWNEE LODGE
No. 20, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
visiting brothers cordially Invited to
Third floor, Postoffice Building.
P. W. Haifley, K. of R. and S
W. T Madden, C. C.
MRS. BROWN Cft-RR
gives French Treatments, body and
face: also manicuring, chiropody and
hairdresslng. Will make Calls.
In order that we may keep In pace
with the recent leaps and bounds of
Shawnee, we have enlarged our stock
of Paints and Paper, so that today we
stand unquestionably as one of the
largest retail establishments carry-
ing exclusively Paints, Oils, Paper
and Glass in the state of Oklahoma.
Our main feature this season will be
WALL PAPER, and today, should
you chance to pass along Broadway,
you will observe the east tide of the
street covered with a sufficient quan.
tity of paper to paper the city o
Consult us as to your wants. Ne
matter the grade, we have got It.
: WIRFS PAINT & GLASS CO.
WANTED—A lady to do some bush-
dins, at 205 E. Main. AL FRANKEL.
Corner Ninth and Broadway.
BON TON BAKERY
Just a Little Better Than Mother Used
Cakes made to order by your own receipe
RHODE ISLAND REDS
B. C. FORAKER
Exclusive Breeder of Rose Comt
The kind that LAY is the kind
Eggs for setting from Pen 1 *2.60
Eggs from Pen 2 $1.60
Premiums awarded: First and Sec-
ond Cock; First and Second Hen;
First and Second Pullet and First
Cockerel; First and Third Pen;
Shawnee Poultry Show, December,
10 East Main Street. Shawnee, Okla
Office Phoue 124 Res. Phone 31
Office 205 South Union
Shawnee Transfer Company
Wishart & McDonald, Props.
General Storage, Crating and Packing
DR. E. M. BAILEY,
DR. MARY JOHNSON,
Nature's Way to Health.
Such is the verdict of those who
did so. Do you wish to exchange
Disease for Health, come and get a
square deal." The home treatment
is also "making good." Advice freely
Room 3, P. O* Bldg. Tel. 566 Black.
WANTED — Lady agents; position
will pay $3.00 to $4.00 per day, and
permanent. Call on lady at Lain
hotel, 1 to 5 p. m., April 8 and 9.
East Main St. 7-2t
LOST — Between the Presbyterian
church, on Balrd street and Louise,
and Highland street, a pair of gold-
framed eyeglasses. A reward of 12.00
will be paid for the delivery of these
glasses to the Dally News office
POSITION WANTED—By a young
lady, as bookkeeper or cashier and
bookeeper; can handle set of double-
entry books and take charge of of-
fice; am thoroughly competent; a
trial will convince you; am employed
now, but am desirous of coming
west; reference if you wish. Ad-
dress A. K. R, Box 299, Memphis,
LOST—Green leather purse, old, con-
taining about $7. Please return to
News office. g_3t
LOST—Black pony, on April 3d, at
Brown, Okla.; will weigh about 850;
white left hind foot, with star in
forehead; will pay a liberal reward
for return or knowledge leading to
the recovery of same. J. T. SHIREY,
Brown, Okla. 6.6t
WANTED—A boy, at The News of-
fice, to do general work.
WANTED—A second-hand typewriter
Address Mrs. K. C., in care o* News
name of machine and price. 3l-6t
L. FRANKEL—Wants to buy the old
clothing you have been wearing. 206
E Main street 22-lm
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Strayed or stolen, one sorrel mare
pony, s years old, anchor brand on
one hip, also branded crossbar on
left jaw; one hind foot white. Re
turn of same or any information will
be rewarded. Address HARVEY
EYE, 1302 Whittaker St., Shawnee
WANTED—To buy, second-hand
furniture. 509 E Main St. 9-lm
WANTED—A gentle horse for feed,
light work and best of care, Phone
WANTED — Salesladies, at once.
DRUMMERS' MILLINERY SAMPLli
CO., 126 N. Broadway. 7-lt
OAS. WILSON & GALLAHEB
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Third Floor Mammoth Building.
Rooms 113-114. Pno~' 764.
Conkey's Famous Poultry Remedlei
Ask for o'ir poultry book—FREE
CLARK'S SEED STORE
Phone 140 208 E. Main.
, KILLthe COUCH
[and CURS the LUNGS
f« cm'" ..dSs.
I'_ .: Iili.uuBLEs.
O (J A.IU M :Xiu SA TISFACTORY
OR MONEY R "..FUND ED.
One way Colonist tickets on sale
daily to April 16, 1910, Inclu-
Only a few points shown below.
For fares to other points and Infor-
mation as to the liberal stop-over
privileges accorded, phone, write or
see the undersigned.
Los Angeles $25.o0
San Francisco 26.00
San Diego 25.00
Santa Barbara 25.00
Silver City 25.00
Mexico City 26.00
Through tourist sleepers to Los An-
geles, San Francisco and San Dlego,
ANY LADY can easily make from
$18.00 to $25.00 per week working for
me, quietly in her own home locality;
this is a bona fide offer, one which
will pay you to Investigate, even if
you can only spare two hours per
day; no investment required; turn
your spare time into money; write
me at once for particulars. Address
MARY B. TAYLOR, Box 30, Woman's
Bldg., Jollet, 111.
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; gas and
lights furnished. 316 N. Oklahoma.
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■ (vine ^urlGMj W.d,,, j, 4
S2 N. Bell St. Telephone 961
Buglass t Collins, Proprietors
MEET 111 AT
The Beat Coffo*
218 East Main Street
IVa Been There And It'a A|
RUBY RING FREE
flUUHCRIl'TlON TO PARIS MODES'
50631—Set with a fine ruby ^
This ring is made by drawing a shell
of solid gold over a rod of compo-|
sition metal and is warranted to*
wear several years when subjected
to ordinary wear. Satisfaction guar-
anteed by the manufacturer. Thd
style and finish has every appear-
ance of solid gold, and the stone iq
the finest imitation of a real gem.!
Subscription Price 30c a ye«rJ
Subscribe NOW. Offer will only
be kept open a short time. Adrfrni
THE PARIS MODES COMPANY
36-44 West 24th Street, New York City
Machine Made Bread
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front
room, suitable for two men, or man
and wife; with or without board;
modern conveniences. 202 North
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
housekeeping or lodging, at 201 N.
Broadway, opposite City Hall. 5-3t
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
housekeeping or lodging, at 201 North
Broadway, opposite city hall. 2-3t
FOR RENT—7-room modern house;
also well water; 217 S. Oklahoma.
Apply 209 East Main. 29-lw
ROOM AND BOARD, $4.50 and $5.
336 East Seventh St 26-10
FOR RENT—By Conservative Loan
Abstract Co., one 16-room house,
one 8-room house, Nos. 403 and 405
Pennsylvania Ave. 221m
FOR RENT—Three miles east, 160
acres. Apply to H. S. Barrett, 207
W. L. INGHAM. Agt.
A. T. 4 S. F. R'y.
WM. MABEN T. G. CUTLIP
Maben & Cutlip
Attorneys at Law
Office rooms, Shawnee; Rooms Nos
1, 2, 3 and 4 Pottawatomie Building
Also offices at Tecumseh.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND
ll Is the best medicine ever lold
over * druggist's counter.
YOU WILL BE PROUD OF
A KENYON OVERCOAT
beeauie it never!
until you oeed
i!* They ate
kind ol Ovrrcoali that not only
Keayon Overroatt are made ia a factory
>1 a tweaiahop-where the art ol coat-
mak«« hai reached perfection Oaiy le.ied
C. KENYON CO.,
Gov. Hadley of Missouri, who Is
so exercised Just now that state af-
fairs are of secondary importance;
and all because eight of his choicest
peach trees have been stolen from
his farm west of Jefferson City.
When the governor found that the
trees had been torn up by the roots
he was as mad as a hornet.
He measured the footprints of the
thief, whose tracks were clearly re-
vealed In the soft earth. Then he
turned the measurement over to
constable, and will keep the guber-
natorial eye out and the executive
ear to the ground waiting for bulle-
tins concerning the capture.
If the thief has gotten over the
state line, and the offense comes
within the limit, the governor may
be depended upon to hurry up all
requisition details, for he mourns his
trees—they were peaches!
DR. G. H. TAYMAN
Office over Shawnee National Bank
MR. CHARLE8 FRANCOIf GIARD
PIANO AND THEORY
Bp worth University
In Shawnee Saturdays. For terms
Inquire of Miss Ulah Reed, 21Z North
Market streat. Phone 633.
It ain't no joke,
Nor It ain't no bluff—
Is the proper stuff.
1ft N. Beard. F. E. HALLIDAY.
THB NEW8, 3 MONTHS FOR $1.00
M. J. LAIN, Prop.
318 East Main St.
Good accomodations. Room 50 cts.
Meals 25 cts. Room and Board,
$4.60 per week.
FOR RENT—Nice furnished rooms
at 103% W. Main 3t. Phone 227. tf
FOR SALE—-Good furniture cheap.
Call at 726 N. Broadway. 7-3t
FOR SALE—One upright piano, Starr
make; cost $360.00, a bargain at
$275.00; terms will be granted to
parties proving themselves reliable.
Call at 323 North Pesotum street
LOST—A yellow and white fist, four
months old. Return to 424 E Main,
and no questions will be asked. 4-3t
LET US SEE
and we will tell you accurately how
little lumber you can get along
with. Wo can do this because our
lumber does not cut to waste. It is
full length, fully seasoned and free
from soft spots. That kind of lum-
ber saves you time and money both.
Let us see your plans.
The Taylor Lumber Co.
H6 North Broadway
#1 fl *aa
Na dmet, da not hare e
tandtore etc. By SUumUH
H. R. Hit j
Roatdance 888 N. Ball Ml
Phone 076 Had
FOR SALE—Good farm, or trade
for city property. Conservative Loan «
Abstract Co. 22-lm
SHAWNEE LOCAL SOCIALIST
PARTY MEETS EVERY SUNRAY
AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK IN
MALL TRADES A8SEMBLY MALI.
FOR SALE—Pianos, from factory
to your home direct, at $5.00 per
month. Blmar Thompson, piano
builder and tuner. Phone 1160 Black.
Fair prices, good service and stand-
"d merchandise are the steady at-
tractions that bring people to our
When they think of painting they
come here for the best of materials—
>lgh grade brushes, turpentine, col-
*rs, pure linseed oil and the wall
PURE WHITE LEAD
We have some good color comjlna
Hons to suggest. It Is our business
uid our pleasure not only to sell our
soods, but to give the fullest po
ilble Information about them. Come
In and let's talk It over.
WIRFS' PAINT & GLASS CO
Carner Ninth and Broadway
When you select the monument or
headstone from our samples!
Up-to-date, appropriate designs at
little money—Just what your taste
will most approve—at our yard.
Let us give prices.
BUGLASS & COLLINS.
POTTAMATOMIE COUNTY MONU
132 N. Bell St. pi0D,
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON
126 Mi North Broadway
Phone 769 Black
Good Wark, Reasonable Prtcea.
MONhy TO LOAN on good real es-
tate security. See Kerker Broa. 22-U
FOR SALE—White Orpington—the
big kind—aettlng of eggs. H. H. Kee-
gan, 310 N. Aydelotte. 17-lm
This word was coined for
the express purpose of de-
scribing our grades anl
business In genersl.
M. W. BOWERS,
The Oldest, Largest and
Best Yard in Shawnee.
FOR SALE—A good milk cow for
sale, at 129 South Union. Hanlng
& Billing. 4>3t
Shawnee Lodge No. S3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday night.
Vl.flting Brethren weloome.
An Important Question
Because It concerns the HEALTH ef
every member of your family. Can
you afford to run the risk of employ-
ing inexperienced plumbers?
OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE
Is a guarantee that work done by us
will be Installed In the best sanitary
manner. Remember, our prices are
not more than often asked for la-
SHAWNEE PLUMBING CO.
114 North Beard. Pohne 243.
111# K. Main St.
Por Satisfactory work at prices yon
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