The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 269, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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Thai we were rig~it when we decided that Shawnee was Metropolitan caoich to support a HIGH GRADE i A!L-
OR:NG ESTABLISHMENT has been folly demonstrated by the great business which we have enjoyed since our
■ -*Tt We ^ave beard noth:ng but praise from oar many pat*: ns wbo have been fitted out in oar -• AL)t-
TO-V.LASL PE SliTS at as ACTUAL SAVING from Ready-Made Pikes.
You are going to let us make your Clothes and no better time than now while
we are making our Special Introductory Prices will be offered.
$20.00 and $22.00
$25.00 and $27.50 S
Made-to-N 1 easure
$30.00and $35.00 $
OUR LEGAL GUARANTEE
With Each and Even Garment
OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
126 North Broadway
Hose Sale Tomorrow
Saturday, April 9th you will find a lively sale on
Ladies' and Misses' Hose. A profitable day for
- hosiery buyers =====
A guaranteed stocking at I 0c
1 case misses and boy s hose, every
pair guaranteed. These are our 1 X
regular stock for Saturday only we
sell them at per pair . . ... 10c
Ladies Lace Hose-—25c
Values at l 5c
Ladies 20c and 25c lace hose in
black, white and tan. Many are lace
boots while others are lace throughout.
Saturday's hosiery sale at per pair
Double heel and toe, full fashioned,
garter top. Very sheer in the fol-
lowing shades: Copenhagen, Navy,
Violet, Tan, White, Red, Gray, light
Blue, Pink, etc. New shades and a
beautiful, sightly hose, Price per
Ladies' 50c Hose
10 dozen ladies 50c hose, embroid-
eried gauze with silk lisle finish, for
Saturday only per pair . . . 38c
T = SLL£Y P. DE TD«> SHT.
Basrrtsa Gsris De t ts
Fui* to Psy Expense*,
Tie buituoJ gi-'it have ode Ike
ta< irrupsiaii tor tie troliey
i TiOe "-■ - ■ -if ul .wo tpeejuj
■sm wlD ieave lie corner at Bn b-
i way Ml- at i fr b- Titer
is Stawsee. T*e =*e*. asi Beo-
Park. At tki MMr plate i«
cream ui oil *12 be iy
it girls. Tier tre iojfaig tc max*
- vmp* hjci-t frjtt " *J ride to
Ui of ti« expenses at their trip to
Ok tit ti— City. !«C whet
■ hey piay lite Edmond 'fa nr. IS tie
A special car vH oe > - -' ec tor
ta trip, and a^endy over fifty peo-
;le hare r.g7 fttd iheir isrttn.tian of
eoing along u> "roof tor Jt girls.
It ii ioN tia; a owd of a*, lau
j 1V0 cut be taken ajoag They will
a (1> i octock Back Island
iis^fcer a Chicago—Mrs Sarai
Chubboek; ose 'H.-f: in Califc'
—Mrs. V- Under; and itre*
teat—O. X. and A- E. Kennedy ot
Shawnee aid J. F. Kennedy of El eel
sar Sprees Ma
TmermeEt will take place at Klrks-
r:3e. Ho, her old borne. Monday. Tie
cMJ&es ard their families *111 at-
-end tie funeral.
Vn Kennedy was a member of the
iTeebrteriaa ehnrch Her husband,
who has beer dead II yean. iu a
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
Firwt D sp'ay of Prwnmtf' Sample* j
Will Be Made Saturday.
ATTEND THE HOSIERY SALE
AT THE MAMMOTH. SATURDAY.
APRIL #TH. frit
Minnie "Oieime of New York,
*bo declares that she came within
This Sale Saturday, only, April 9th
' Tt- ne* millinery company which
: ill teami a baildfrg cm X- Broad-
way. will opex. for buitL&M 9a: ur-
s iay with a awell line ot dmrnmerw'
Tie Bat at goods they h*Te cm, —- ,
i isplay in this aay. opt da.tc Utile an «* 04 beln« a m
(tore - one of the beat we hare W. Wolter. the lS-ye^ M
time, oomprlain, d oCU murder of Httte ^
tie latest faaaiona la the millinery Wheeler, whose
Iworl(j Sew York to a high pitch of indig-
1 Today will be aeea la the oaiunu j nation.
f rSew, a naif-page ^ which Mi. T^elme tell, the
will pre tie pobllc «,me Idea as to Walter « her tfMVa. to
be exceUeo: qoality of gooit whlci September, 1W " v-.v home.
• will be ear.-ied by thli new lira, and ®e evening in er • ^ .
I we feel «re. .tocM yoo be inters- reared the nnited efforts of
The Mammoth Department Store
ed la their line. It «1H pay yoa to
j Tislt this opening sale.
The stare win be oocdaeted by |
i Mis* Uu llomis of Chicago, a lady
«ho oomes among iu a« an expert
j railliner. and who will be pleased to
' raeet the people of Shawnee, aaa
j specially at this opening sale, wheth-
, • r yon wish to boy or not.
Mn. Solsbert ot New York City
i III Join the !lm la the ery near
S: itare, and will assoae geaerai maa-
Uook today for their ad. in this
herself and mother to drive him from
CONSERVATORY OF MLS C.
Bert Equipped Teachers !a the State.
CHARLOTTE SALOME KTSPSR.
Teacher of Piano.
Pupil of famous Leopold Godowafcy.
CARL EDWARD KISTEu.
Teacher of Voice.
Studied seTen years In New York tad
Boston under Agramonti. Whitney,
Whiting. Randolph Palmer
The best place to gat a good naat
cal education. Monthly pupils' recitals.
Phone S35 Red «1 North Market.
LADIES' 50c HOSE. EMBROIDER-
ED GAUZE LISLE HOSE. SATUR-
DAY, AT 38c PER PAIR. THE
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer is appecdi- '
citis, wltt many rictims. Bot Dr /
King's New Life Pills kill H, by pre-
rention. They gently stlmnlala stom-
ach, llrer and bowels, preTeoting
that clogging that lnrites appendi-
citis, cuing constipation, headache
biliousness, chills. SSe, at an drug-
SUNSHINE Of PROSPERITY.
The fa«e of aatara •« y«ag aad
freab; Its feat urea are dlreralfled aad
beautiful; IU cllatat* la 'A vittr
paMd healthfulneaa aad lotellsaaa
aad «*ery rartety. Theae ar. the
framework within wW«h Shawnee Is
etfoldtag Ma falra* aad oat frag
parity la laat now expaadlng a laxn
riant grvwtb. Shawnee Is admirably
fitted tat de lupmeaL As the city
espaods aad >olaa hands with the In-
dustrial aad college addltloas, la
whlci a aew dty of eoaaiderable
site wll] be built, the raise of lota
Is Armourdale win Increase Oat la
ea the gro«ad Soar. The sale 1s be-
ing held today.
Shawnee has la the past three
years entertained more state oonrao-
tlons aad big Beatings than any
other dty la the state, and at least
three times as many as moat cities,
conseqoaatly the new cooreatlon hall
will prore the most useful building
la the dty.
LADIES 50c HOSE. EMBROIDER-
ED GAUZE LISLE HOSE. SATUR-
DAY, AT Wc PER PAIR. THE
THE KBwn I MONTHS FOB II to j THE NEWS. THBEE MONTHS, 11.00
Shawnee has the Urged garment
factory in the Southweet
Ten eommodioas school buildings.
Three thousand two hundred aad
fifty-elk children carolled
DEATH OF MRS. KENNEDY.
Mother of Snenmee Men Passes Awsy
at Her Chicago Home Today.
Clamberlaln's Stomach aad Llrer
- Tablets assist nature In driving a
imparities out of the system, insur-
ing a tree and regular condition and
restoring the organs of the body to
health and strength. Sold by all
Wants your second-hand goods Fig-
ure with him. Newly started In-
yellow front, 513 E. Main, near Santa
Fe passenger depot. Trunks, grips
and traveling goods la connection.
See my display window for bargains.
It's a title bouse, but a big bosl-
D. N and A. E Kennedy hare re-
ceived a dispatch aaaomKiag the
death of their mother, Mrs. Ettzabwh
Kennedy, in Chicago, this morning
at > o'clock. Death followed ac 111-
neea of aoaie duration. The Atoms ad
waa M years of age.
Mra. Kennedy is sorvlred by oae
Cyclone Thompson, the fighter,
who recently received the decision
over Charles Norval of Butte, Mont.,
la a 10-round fight at Oakland, Cal.
Thompson brought Norval to his
nees twice in the third and fourth
rounds, but could not land a knock-
attend the hosiery sale
at the mammoth. saturday,
april 9th. g.1t
Shawnee has many handsome
churches and several under obstruc-
Largest cotton oil mill la Okla-
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 269, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1910, newspaper, April 8, 1910; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc89973/m1/8/: accessed April 11, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.