The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 82, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912 Page: 5 of 8

This newspaper is part of the collection entitled: Oklahoma Digital Newspaper Program and was provided to The Gateway to Oklahoma History by the Oklahoma Historical Society.

View a full description of this newspaper.

McNeil & Smiley s C. O.D.
groceries and fresh meat's
The °ne Price Cash Grocery Store
20 lbs. On $3.00 fri f\f\
Sugar Orders for ¥>!•(/(/
Good Things Tomorrow
parsnips, Nice and Fresh,
rer lb.
carrotts, Fresh Home
Grown, per lb.
peaches, Small late Clings.
reck
THE SHAWNEE NEWS-HERALD
5c
5 c
15c
£E!,Lrips- H™ 5c
30c
30c
. 10c
20c
25c
25c
23c
20c
20c
35c
25c
20c
20c
30c
23c
20c
green beans," Tender,
xer gallon
fresh oysters,
Per pint
celery, Large California
Jumbo, stalk
cooking apples,
Ben Davis, peck
apples, Large Gano,
Peck
meal, Bulk, nice,
6-lbs.
nevv walnuts, 2 grades,
per lb. 19c and
mixed nuts, All kinds, '
assorted, lb.
dill pickles,
dozen
swiss cheese,
per lb.
best cream cheese,
per lb
k c. baking powder,
25c cans . . ;
health club baking
powder, 25c cans
fine eating pears,
dozen
grape fruit, Nice Florida,
2 for . .
malaga grapes,
per lb.
Soda, A. & H. Brand, pkg. . Sc
Salt, 10c boxes . . . 8c
Tooth Picks, 5c pkgs, 3 for . 10c
Matches, 5c boxes, 3 for . . 10c
Dressed Hens 1 o /
Tomorrow, lb. 2C
FREE DELIVERY
McNeil & Smiley s C.O.D.
groceries and fresh meats
Telephone 203
Your Appetite Calls
FIVE
ecor
Mad
e to Brea
This we will do at the prices we are offering to the
chaser. We pay freight on all out-of-town orders.
7 You should use a BisseIIcirPet—=-71
on your carpets and ru'gajl7^§weeper
ifyoj" want to keep them
—anddouble their lire. ]c
itjQO DQQ Q
^ 0
Cash or Credit. Buy Early
and Get Your Choice.
Rugs 9x12
Tapeslry as low as
$10.95
Seamless Tapestry as low as
$16.95
Some special Axminster Rugs
Regular $25.00, for
$20.95
A limited number of Wiltons,
Velvets, 9x1 2, $45, as low as
$35.95
W-A
OUR CAR OF NEW
Iron and
Brass Beds
are in. We offer good values in
dependable line of Beds.
this
Our stock was never more complete than now. We ~ i~
from K.tchen to Parlor. We extend the public our hearty thanks for
Moore Bros. Furniture Co
20 East Main St. tr . •_
Home of Low Prices.
Shawnee, Okla.
Razor Blades
We sell a full line of Razor
Blades, In fact you can find about
any kind of razor blade here made.
Then we have the soap, the powder,
the brushes, straps, etc. Glad to
serve you.
Wallace Mann,
I Telephone
40
I GOV. WILSON'S COMMENT
ON RESULT OF ELECTION
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 8.—Mr. Wil-
Bon made this official statement to-
day:
"The result fills me with hope
I that the thoughtful progressive forces
I of the nation may now at last unite
to give the country freedom of en-
terprises and a government released -■ft. 1= jjunsioie. My own ombitlon
I from all corporate and private in- | will be more than satisfied if I may
__—_j ho permitted to be the frank spokra
man of the nation's thoughtful pur-
| poses in these great matters."
fluences, devoted to justice and pro
Ei ess. There is absolutely nothing
for the honest and enlightened busi-
ness men to fear. No man whose
business is conducted without viola-
tions of the rights of free competi-
tion and without such private under-
standing and secret alliances as vio-
late the principle of our law and the
Policy of all wholesome commerce
ard enterprise, need fear either In
terference or embarrassment from
the administration. Our hope and
purpose is now to bring all the free
forces of the nation Into active and
intelligent co-operation and to give
to our prosperity a freshness and
Bpirit and a confidence such as it has
not had in our time.
"The responsibilities of the task
are tremendous, but they are com-
mon responsibilities, which all lead-
ers of action and opinion must shan.
And with the confidence of the peo-
ple behind us, everything that is
right Is possible. My own ombitlon
for food that not only pleases the palate but
c°nta|ns true nourishment for rebuilding
daily the tissue cells used up by physical
and mental activity.
[ Grape-Nuts
FOOD
gSs-wheaUnd'tarler11' S'Urdy ""mon of the "*>d
from the pack;^ toothsome dish of d"*
cdedly unique flavour, welcome alike toathfete, braStorker and Invalid:
(t
There's a Reason " for GRAPE-NUTS
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
I Mrs. M. A. Wilson, who has been
l Quite ill is Improving.
Pure Apple
N. Broadway.
Cittet^-jt'arrali's, 12'
21-tf
Cobs for sale, seventy-five cents
Per load delivered. Shawnee Mill-
lns Co' 5-6t
AN IMPROVED GAS
REFLECTOR
The Burner i, Pfaced in Front
This construction prevents
burning the lingers when
lighting and also prevents the
front of the heater from be-
ing discolored by contact with
the flame.
The flame is confined en-
tirely within the heater and
does not flaro out the front
as in the old type of reflect-
ors, which has caused numer-
ous fires by igniting the
clothing. The flame is visible
a' all times through the per-
forated front, which makes an
extremely cheerful appearance
The cock is set well away
from the body to prevent
burning the hands. The re-
flection is distributed at a
greater augle than In ordin-
ary reflectors, thereby Increas-
ing the space that is efficient-
ly heated.
These Stoves Are Sold
by the
STONE HARDWARE CO.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished
rooms also two suites of light house
keeping rooms, modern. Woodland
Flats 312 N. Bell. 30_9_<t
i for SALE—Pedigreed Scotch Col-
lie one year old. Ned Jenner, 310
W" °aklan«- 28-8-31
After all this investigation some
anxiety arises as to who will have
the courage to produce campaign
funds for 1916.
•Mexico seems to have settled down
for a continuous performs..
Good Blood
Yes, good blood means good health,
it furnishes the body with vitalizing
force.
Palace Blood Purifier
makes good blood course through
your veins.
Palace Drug Company
Building Phone 101
NCHRISiVEYSb
BEST SERVICE
22 West Main
Phones 96 & 97
LOWEST PRICE
Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Cook leave
today for a visit in Rock Island,
JJ1., their former home.
ee J. T. Farrall, 127 N. Broadway.
21-tf
W. B. Rodecker has returned from
a visit of a month in Peoria, 111.
The best cooking and eatin* ap
Pies. Parrall's, 127 N. Broadway.
21-tf
Mrs. James Howard of Terrell,
Tex., is Visiting her sister, Mrs. Hugh
Cowan of North Park street.
F. S. Jeffrey's Dancing School over
<he Mammoth Clothing Store. Phone
* 24-lm
The story hour at the Carnegie LI.
rary wi" be at 2;J0 O.clock gatBr.
aay afternoon.
Old lumber used in the sub floor
Ot the Old Crystal for Bale. Apply I
to Thos. W. Cadick. 20-5-2t I
In the district oourt Ada Doss J
sues Joe Doss for a divorce, and I
Lloyd C. Coleman sues CasBie Cole-
man in a similar action.
TAN TRESS
your old reliable Shoe repair
Sfn m.°red frcm 19 W"St
Main street to 127 North
Thn Sk under blg ®'ectrlc
sengers 32 tor "Ulck
2l-t/ JAMES VAN TRESS.
+ + * + ****** .j.
+ Tomorrow, Saturday, is the *
T last <lay Too can buy a uni- -J.
J fo,d davenport at 20 per 4.
v cent off—The Longmlre 4.
V Draper Furniture Company +
+ + + + + + .{.^4.^.^^^
W. M. Longmlre Is recovering from
injury to hli wrist he recently
MOM1 Wh"e cr,nkln* h' auto-
Fresh (lystors, Friday arrival
1 int 30c, quart
Fresh Dates,
per pound
Fresh Smyrna Figs, '
per pound basket
1 t'ff York Sweet Cider, you will like this
F i«,b?ttle 15c- g^lon, bulk
Lnglish Walnuts
per pound
Almonds,
per pound
Filberts,
per pound
Buckwheat Flour, pure
per sack
Heinz's Dill Pickles
dozen ...
Stuffed Mangoes,
each 5c, 6 for
1'ure Honey,
pint bottle
Potatoes, "
60 pounds bu.
1 abbage, cheap and Fine
frequent Deliver,e3-. All Directions
Gr°cery Co.
hones 96 and 97
Practice In All Courts.

Upcoming Pages

Here’s what’s next.

upcoming item: 6 6 of 8
upcoming item: 7 7 of 8
upcoming item: 8 8 of 8

Show all pages in this issue.

This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.

Tools / Downloads

Get a copy of this page .

Citing and Sharing

Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.

Reference the current page of this Newspaper.

Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 82, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912, newspaper, November 8, 1912; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91803/m1/5/ocr/: accessed May 13, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

Univesal Viewer

International Image Interoperability Framework (This Page)

Back to Top of Screen