The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 114, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 18, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC 18, '12
Telephone No. 614 R
THE SHAWNEE DAILY NI.WS-HKBAL1>
Fireman A. TI. Chatburn is back
at his post at Central Station after
a lay-off of several days on accoimt
J. G. Dickson has removed from
Seminole to Shawnee.
Mrs. J. p. Wirfs will be hostess
to the Thursday Bridge Club Thurs-
day afternoon at her residence on
Monday Bridge Club.
Mrs. James R. Hill was hostess
to the Monday Bridge Club Monday
afternoon when she charmingly en-
tertained them at her home, 615
North Park street
In celebration of her wedding an-
niversary as well, the home was
beautiful with cut flowers including
poinsettas, azalias and carnations,
which suggested, also the yuletide
colors, red and green.
The guests enjoyed bridge during
the usual period devoted to the game
and after the last hand, the hostess
assisted by Mrs. E. W. Townsend,
served a delicious luncheon in
The club members, In honor of
the event, presented .Mr! Hill with
a handsome hand painted plat.? Mrs.
Chas. Wells was presented with the
club prize, a plate.
Those present were: Meadames
fha8. Wells, J. D. Lydick, W. X
McGee, W. C Bradford, Walter New-
man, Cash Cade, Rosensweig. Dan-
iels, Cash Cade, Jr., W. O. Deason,
L. C. Webster and J. D. Moward.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Hughes and
little son of North Beard street, will
leave Sunday for Marysvllle, Mo., to
spend Xmas with relatives.
Mrs. J. L, Ford and children will
leave next Monday for Oklahoma
City to spend the holidays with her
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Spangler of
North Park street returned Monday
from an extended northern trip cov-
ering many months. Mr Spangler
'pent several months In Wisconsin
and returned to Jahoka, Mo., to
spend six weeks with Mrs. Spangler,
who was visiting there. Thjy al30
visited iu Keokuk, Iowa.
Mrs. Chester Goodnight will hare
as holiday guests her nieces and
nephew, Misses Arline and Vivian
Goodnight, and Mr. Ernest Good
night, from Englewood, Kan.
Something useful to everybody is u
nice Hand Mirror. Just opened ami
marked up it |>ig f i 11 of hand mir-
rors from the factory.
Let ns slum you.
OPPOSITE CITY HAH.
Mrs. S. M .Martin ha<- gone to St
Louis to spend Christmas with her j
The Baptist ladies will hold their |
bozaar and serve dinner and sup
per In the old postorfiec bulldiiiv,
Dec. 20 and 21. 19.3,
J. G. Williams, a former newspap
man of Franklin, Ind., stopped over!
in Shawnee on lite way lu visit his |
brother at McComb.
G. M. I). Steele and A. C. Appleby
were visitora to McComb Tuesday.
The Baptist ladles will serve din-i
lier and supper and hold (heir bazaar l|
in the old postofflce building (.11
•V Broadway. Friday and Saturday,
Dec. 20 and 21. Come get a good
meal for M cents, and buy yonrlj
Xmas presents from them. u :a
An Address on Missions*
The members of the Missionary
Society of (he First Presbyterian
chyrch were delightfully entertained
in the church auditorium Tuesday
evening by Mrs. G. S. Davis of the
New York home board of missions.
Mrs. Davis' talk on "Missions" was
splendid and one of the most Inter-
esting addresses ever heard in
Shawnee along these lines.
Mrs. Wall', had charge of the
music for the evening and the scrip-
ture lesson was read by Mrs.
There was no missionary meeting
in the afternoon, owing to the even-
* • *
Miss Gilmer Bowler of Terrell,
Tex., arrived today to spend the
holidays with her aunt. Mrs. Hugh
Cowan of North Park street.
Mr and Mrs. C. B. Spangler will
go to Oklahoma City Saturday night
to spend Christmas with numerous
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Moore of Kan-
sas City are visiting the former's
parents, Sir. and Mrs. J. R. Moore, of
North Beard street.
A. M Bisby of 8apu!pa passed
through Shawnee this morning on
his way to McComb.
J. R. Coppenbarger of Arkansas
City stopped over today on ills way
Charles S. Rogers of Tecumseh
and John II. Griffith of Oklahoma
City are Wanette visitors today.
Electric Weld Fence. Every stock-
man knows It. See Warren Smith
Hardware Co. gtl
Mrs. G. S. Davis, who lectured
at the Presbyterian church iasi
night, returned to Oklahoma City
Nels Darling of Oklahoma City,
who is now with the Midland Ly-
ceum Bureau of Kansas City passed
through Shawnee on his way to
L. F. Campbell was a visitor to
J. L. Ford is a business visitor to
Pauls Valley Tuesday.
This Store will be open Evenings until 10
(J clock. Beginning
Wednesday Eve,. Dec. 18
The following Specials for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday
Mrs. S. M. Johnson, sister of H. 0.!
Cull left Tuesday to visit her daugli
te., Mrs. Mantz at Tampico, Me*.
W. M. Seaborn went to Konawa on
Clarke and Kellar are preparing
to ship out their sixth car of pecans.
For genuine MOON BROS. Buggies
see J. L. Roebuck Co. 12-ti
Jerome Carter and J. R. Colson,
both of Shawnee, went to Wanette
on business today.
Just received car or Jos. Moon
buggies, none better. Warren Smith
Hardware Co. 6tf
Frank Dyer and daughter, Miss
Gertie have returned to their home
in Gravette, Ark., after spending a
few days with their relatives W. I,.
Slavmoker of West Highland.
Geo. Perry and wife of Kansas city
are visiting Mr. Perry's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. .1 W. Perry of North P. so-
Mr. John C. Simmons, a prominent
business man of Pilot Grov.e, Mo.,
and wife, who have been visiting
with N. A. Stone, have returned
j home. They were well pleased with
Shawnep, and It Is probable that they
will locate here.
Mrs. E .A. Smith 16ft Tuesday for
Sherman, Tex., to visit her daugh-
ter at Kidd Key College. She and
her daughter will spend the holidays
In Houston and Atlanta.
Father RobertB of Sacred Heart
College, returned Tuesday after ;
visit to Father Blaise
Dr. Carson is a visitor to Maud
Mrs G. S. Davis, who gave an ad-
dress in the city Tuesday evening on
"Missions," departed this morning
for Oklahoma City.
Mr. anil Mrs. Thurman Ogee of
Gerty, Okla, arrived this evening
to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
lliner during the holidays
W. C. Jones left on a business trip
to Atoka today.
Miss Molile Jernigan left Monday
morning for Kentucky to spend a
month with relatives at Howling
A. B. Jones is a visitor to Maud
Tile Moose enjoyed a smoker in'
their hall last night.
Buy your Xmas presents from the
Baptist ladies in the old Postoffice
building, Friday and Saturday, Dec
20 and 21. 18.3|;
Judge W. N. Maben was a businus.
visitor to Oklahoma City tile first
part of the week. He recently re-
turned from an extensive trip to
Kan Antonio. Tex., where he stood
the Alamo and meditated upon the
historic heroism of its defender.-!,
and other Texas points.
The best copper back reflector
made at J. L. Roebuck Co. 12-tf
Dr. ConeB of Maud was a Shaw
nee visitor yesterday.
Mrs. D H Bell of Pauls Valley.
Okla., is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. J. L. Roebuck, of North Park
Mr, and Mrs. Allen Malsbury of
Stuart, Okla.. are expected to ar-
rive this week to visit relatives dur-
ing the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs W. R. Hollis of
Amarlllo, Tex., will come the last of
the week to spend Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roebuck.
Men wanted to learn the barber
trade. Best, trade in existence for
poor man. Machinery can't kill it
Our graduates greatly in demand
Top wages to holders of our cer-
tificates. Few weeks completes.
Tools given. Catalogue free. Moler
Barber College, Dallas, Tex.
J. P. Wirfs left Tuesday for Rip-
ley, where he says that bass arc
reported plentiful. Of course Mr.
Wirfs expects to land a big one.
Ross Harris left Tuesday for Terr
J. C. Fisher is an Oklahoma City
W. T. S. Rarnes went to Oklahoma
City on business today.
Lon Hardy of Konawa and B. A
Jaoobs of Oklahoma City passed
through Shawnee on their way to
Mrs. P. J. llaburn of Monetie, Mo.,
who has been visiting her sister
Mrs. Fleming, returned Tuesday.
A. H. Lackey of Atwood and J. S.
Sanders M. D., of Allen passed thro-
ugh Shawnee on their way to Cush-
I)r. Rice left for Oklahoma City
QUICK MEAL Gas Stoves always
on tap J. L. Roebuck Co. I2tf
Buy a Jos, Moon buggy now
Warren Smith Hdw. Co. 6tf
M. M. Spanaugle left today on a
business trip to Kansas City.
THE BUSY BEE
CANDIES SO DIFFERENT
Made Fresh Every Day.
Special prices for Holidays only.
25c and 36c candies
Come and see us for your sake
and for your Baby's sake. . .
JONES & ALBERT, Props.
9 East Main st. Phone 318
P. A. Robhins of La Grove, Ore.,
passed through Shawnee Tuesday on
his way from Ardmore to Tulsa. Mr.
1 obbins is a U. S mall carrier. H*-
was greatly pleased with Shawnee
and if possible will locate here.
FOR TRADE—A farm for good
close in property. Will pay eaBli
difference. Phone 474. R. <j. it -
Kiddy, WESTERN BUSINF.SSS COL-
5 % .
Women's $2.50gfo 4
I HK CI
Scarfs for 1 b
Women's 50c Knit 0^
for . . wwl#
Women's Sheer Km- jn
liroidered Handker- l^f 1/fe
chiefs for 25c and .
Women's 15c Initial p
3 for ... .
Sets . >0c to . tyF n
Women's $1.25 tsat
>10.0(1 French m :
Serge Dresses MI'S''
Women's Sample *£ 1
Swiss Handkcr- 1
chiefs for I fai2v
Kxtra Value .Messaline Silk
Petticoats for g*tt
Women's 50c Finnic]- 4%
ette Dressing Sacque 4UA
Coats, Suits and Dresses
Buy Your Furs Here Now While Prices are
Lowest and Assortment Largest
Main and Bell Streets
FOR SALE—Organ, good as new,
price I30.0J. Phone It. K. 4.
WANTED—Men and ladles to work
in city on guaranteed salary. Old
stabllshed firm. Call at room 27,
Heebie Hotel. 68-18-3t
WANTED — Platform scales and
warehouse truck. Palatine Oil Co.
H. H. Smith went to Muskogee
today on business.
G. W. Gross of Bethel, R. M.
Scott and J. C. Curry of Tecumseh,
left today for Holdenville to attend
the district stewards' meeting of
ihe M. E. Church, South.
B. F. Long, Farnk Merrell, Jo.
\an Camps and Vlck Laugnlin tf
Avery, who have been attending tile
Oklahoma Borrowers' Protective As-
sociation, returned home today.
FOR SALE—One good team cf
ponies cheap for quick sale, leaving
city. Call m s. McKinley. 72-18-,. i
Joseph D. Walker ol' Washington
county, Penn., Is visiting his brother,
Paul A. Walker, recently elected
Justice of the peace.
The Ladles Aid of the First Meth-
odist Church, South, will meet In the
church parlors corner of Beard anil
Ninth, Thursday afternoon at 3
Mrs. U A. Thompson of Wichita,
has, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Walter Thorn, of North Broadway.
J. T. Williams , letf today for a
three days' business visit to Vinita
Mrs. J. W. Robcow of Arburn,
Nebr., left yesterday for Oklahoma
City after spending a week with
her brother, John J. Bradley, and
family living northeast of the city
After spending seevral days in Ok-
lahoma City visiting friends Mrs.
itogeow will leave for Ellinwood,
Kan., where she will spend the win-
ter with her daughter and laraily,
Mr. and Mrs. Aianglesdorf.
TO AVAR 0\ H A FIT,EH.
< hief Hawk declared todav that
he would nstitute a crusade against
blot machines, "punch boards" and
various other games of chance
throughout ihe city. "I'll have the
biggest pile of such junk you ever
did see, declared the chief.
STA TI. Old. INIZATION
The convention in session here for
the organization of a State borrow-
er' Protective Association adjourned
last night, to meet again the second
Tuesday in December, 1913, at Sul-
phur There were 10 counties rep-
resented In teh convention. Dele-
gates had been elected from sixteen
counties. a F. U>ng of Avery is
Is the place to
5c To AiliSc
president and the Wellston Leader It
Hi" official organ. The Shawnee
local will complete Its organization
Saturday. At that time a new pres.
idem and secretary will be elected.
Messrs. Harmon and Thomas being
unable to serve on account of theli
other duties. «***]
Read the Dally News-Herald.
New car of Gas Heaters and Gas
Ranges. Pr.ce right. Warren Smltn
Hardware Co. g|f
i>. E. Jenner of Oklahoma City Is a
j Shawnee visitor, and Will also in-
spect his farm whilo here.
Albert Gardner a former Shawnee
citizen, has returned from old Mexi-
co. While there he visited Jaure;,
.dexico City and other important
places of the southern republic.
Misses .Mine and Ruth Pelphrey
vlll spend the holidays with Okla
lioma City friends, and will attend
l-rand opera while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. H. Kerfoot went
to Oklahoma City to meet their
daughter, on her way home from
college for the holidays.
A Western Business College
as a Christmas Present will prove a
source of pleasure and a life-lonq
benefit to your Son oi Daughter
Special Holiday Rates
Ca// to see us. Ciood Positions
Await Our Graduates
ESTES BUILDING t J
y CS tc TTl Business Collefte.Shawnee, Okla.
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