The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 239, Ed. 1 Monday, June 2, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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MONDAY EmNNG. JUNE 2. 191.1.
THE SHAWNEE DATT.Y NEWSTFFRAI^
Place to Go
Always Cool and Comfortable
* LOCAL HAPPENINGS.
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The usual run of vagrancy, dis-
turbance of the peace and drunk-
cness cases occupied the time of
the city court this morning.
Beautify the Complexion
IN TEN DAYS
The Unequaled Beautifier
Guaranteed to remove
tan, freckles, pimples,
liver spots, etc. Extreme
cases about twenty days.
Rids pores and tissues of impurities.
Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy.
Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00. By toilet
counters or mail. 4
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris. Tenn.
J. H. Wahl, accompanied by his
father-in-law, R. W. Barkley, of
Marquez, Tex., are visiting in Ok-
lahoma City today. Mrs. Barkley is
also a guest of her daughter, Mrs.
J. H. Wahl.
C. W. Friend left yesterday for
his old home in Kentucky, where
Mrs. Friend is visiting.
E. E. Warren, wife and son, of
1-C4 North Market street, have tfone
to California for a three months'
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Riley of
Oklahoma City are the parents of a
fine son, born Saturday night. Mrs.
Riley was formerly Miss Willie
Harris of Shawnee.
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Lonnie Gilliland and family left
Sunday for an extended visit with
relatives in southern Texas.
The baseball game Decoration
day between Tecumseh and McLoud
resulted in a score of 4 to 3 iu
favor of McLoud.
Misses Ruth Anna Paronto and
Irene Penn left Sunday for War-
rensburg, Mo., to attend the statu
normal. Before returning, at the
close of school, they "will visit
friends in a number of Missouri
and Kansas cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eichenberger
and two children and Mrs Eichen-
berger's mother, Mrs. McCann, leave
this evening for a trip to Colorado
Lewis Lakin of Snyder, Okla., lb
in the city visiting relatives and
friends for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miley of
Wewoka were visitors to Shawnee
Sunday, after a trip to the Indian
school at Mekesukey.
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Friday, Hay 30.
Miss Grace Ingram is at home
now after teaching in Shawnee the
A riding exhibition was given in
our town Monday afternoon. The
"bronco" proved too gentle to b«
very interesting, however he did do
a little pitching.
Willard Johnston and family of
Shawnee spent Tuesday at the
W. J. Darnell has returned from
Como, Tex., to the local ticket of-
fice of ihe Katy. The present ticket
agent goes to the Illinois Central
at Carbondale, 111.
James Pultz was a Shawnee vis-
Miss Maye Brown is home from
Shawnee, where she has been going
to school ihe past year.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin and grand-
son, Hubert, were in Shawnee
Ross F. Lockridge, assistant com-
missioner of charities and correc-
tions, spent Sunday with his fam-
ily here. v
Mrs. Eva Roberts and son of
Clinton, Mo., are guests of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clardy.
She is accompanied by her sister-
in-law, Miss Ethel Roberts, of Cam-
Senator Chas. F. Barrett is in
Oklahoma City on business.
F. V. Askew is a business vis-
itor to Oklahoma City.
C. W. Barnes is among the bus-
iness visitors to Oklahoma City.
We have Private Money
to loan on Cily Properly
Our Rales and Terras are
See Us Before Closing
Geo. E. McKINMIS Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Billington,
Mrs. Powell and sister of Seminole
were In our town Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Wcrk was a Shaw-
nee visitor Thursday.
Misses Etta McFarland and Vera
Cullum went to Seminole Thursday
to attend the graduating exercises
of tile Seminole High school. They
will visit at Ihe Powell home while
Leo Wilson was an Oklahoma
City visitor this< morning.
Quite a crowd spent Thursday
right and Friday on the river.
Jacob Meister and wife left for
Chicago today where they will
spend a few months with their
daughter, Mr3. Willie Wilcox.
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Monday, June 2, 1918
Mrs. A. J. Carleton of Tecum-
seh returned home Friday after, a
pleasant visit with her daughter,
Mrs. J. C. Mooney.
D. W. Davis of Edmond was in
town Friday looking after his prop-
Mrs. Perslnger and children of
New Mexico arrived Saturday to'
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Fisher.
Dr. Mooney and wife, Richard
SHKI LADIES! SECRET 10 DARKEN
FADED GRAY HAIR-USE SA8E TEA,
SAGE MIXED WITH SULPHUR HE-
STORES NATURAL COLOR AMI
LUSTRE TO IIAI It.
Why suffer the handicap of looking
old. (1 ray hair, however handsome,
denotes advancing age. We all
know the advantages of a youthful
Your hair Is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When It
fades, turnB gray and looks dry,
wispy and scraggly Just a few ap-
plications of Sage Tea and Sulphur
enhances Its appearance a hundred
Either prepare the tonic at homo
or get from any drug store a 50c
bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy," ready to use; but
listen, avoid preparations put up by
druggists as they usually use too
much sulphui, which makes the hair
sticky. Get "Wyeth's" which can
always be depended upon to darken
beautifully and is the best thing
knowp to remove dandruff, stop scalp
itching and falling hair.
By using Wyeth's Sage and Sul-
phur no one can possibly tell that
you darkened your hair. It does
it so naturally and evenly — you
moisten a sponge or soft brush,
drawing this through the hair, tak-
ing one small strand at a time
which requires but a few moments.
I)o this at night and by morning the
gray hair disappears; after another
application or two Its natural color
is restored and it becomes glossy
and lustrous and you appear year*
Hayes and wife drove to Dale Sun-
day in the latter's car, the guest of
Beccher Bryan and family.
Mrs. C. N. Wright of Eufaula
returned home Saturday after a
five weeks' visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Sim Whitson, and other rela-
J. E. Osborn of near Neal, Okla.
and W. M. Holllngsworth were
here on Decoration day.
James Carleton of Tecumseh vis-
ited his sister, Mrs. J. C. Mooney.
Friday, also enjoyed the ball game
Mr. and Mrs. ChoHcy Wright of
Shawnee came up Decoration day.
Mr. Wright returned home tho same
('ay, while Mrs,. Wright visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cam-
brel, until. Sunday.
Leon Conley, who has been serv-
ing on the l". S. petit jury at Ok-
lahoma City for tho last four weeks,
returned home Friday.
Mrs. Simpson and son, Master
Eugetie, of Wichita, Kan., is the
guest of Mrs. R. C. Kayler. Mrs.
Simpson was Miss Maggie Stidham
before she married and her many
friends will be pleased to see her.
Good Evtry Morning in the Year
(worth everywhere $1.20 doz.)
Tall Cans. All This 4 Q.%
Week, Three for . . I WW
Wit h a dollar purchase oth-
er goods. Fresh shipment.
Tanglefoot Fly Paper
3 Double Sheets. o<i
Fly Killer, can, 10c
Main and Bdy
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WANTED—Cook and chamber
maid. Hock Hotel. 2-2-3t I
WANTED—Girl for general house
work, good wageB. 620 N. Louisa.
WANTED — Milker for dairy.
Phone 1222-R. llR-27-tf
i lie Greatest of all Film Sensations
"St. George ,a;2 Dragon"
IN THREE PARTS
Mrs. Stanfield lias returned to
renew her music teaching at 218 N.
Market. 6-3 -31
TONS 01' ROOTS 4Ml HE1IIIS
and lime, two of the most power-
ful disinfec tants, are combined
the special Disinfectant Lime
sold by your grocer in 40 lb. j Are used annually in the manu-
sacksfor 50c. Whitewash for- facture of x^dia E Pinkham's Veg-
mula and receipt for destroying etable Compound, which is known
bugs and fungus for trees printed fr0m ocean to ocean as the stand-
on sack. I lain lime in small pack- ar(j remedy for female ills.
ages for 10c. The carbolated For noarIy fony yoars thls fa.
lime is much letter. mous root and herb medicine has
FUes scatter disease. Destroy them heen pre-eminently successful in
before they hatch. USE LIME.
controlling the diseases of women.
DAVIDSON & CASE LUMBER CO. Merit alone could have stood this
Phone 180. - 9th and Beard test of time.
Have You Anything to Sell
DO YOU WANT TO BOY, NEED HELP, ETC.
FOIl KENT—Cool southeast mod-
ern housekeeping rooms. 502 N.
Union. Phono 668-J. 3-2-tf
FOR RENT — Modern furnished
rooms for sleeping and light house-
keeping. Hodge's Place, 119 N. Ok-
lahoma. Phone 368-J. 121-2!)-tf
FOR RENT—Furnished room and
board to man and wife.' No chil-
dren at house. 312 E. Ninth St.
FOR RENT—In Chripney building,
suite two offices, front Main street.
Two Tuesdays, one Wednesday
nights second floor hall. Two
Wednesday nights third floor hall.
Phone 80. J. C. Brume, Mgr.
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,ih.-i„.ii (I,. ?jri
tng rooms; alBo
rage and office
u<(S floor In the old
sK.ftic. "TWt'ling. 113 and 116 N.
Hmh'iw*! Apply to W, H. Parker
ii lb. building 86-16-tf
Ft <i vi Kurnisned rooms for
light hou i h*" ping modern 418 W
tlth. 776 plion. 43-12-tf
FOR RENT—2 houses, furnished
or unfurnished, 315 and 317 South
Minnesota street. Apply to J. Bald-
win, 223 North Union St. Phono
FOR RENT—Furnished cottage.
Apply at 24 B. 9th street.
FOR SALE—3 room house, new-
ly papered and painted; good well.
333 S. Dixon. 71-16-tf
FOR RENT — Residences, store
rooms, office rooms, etc. Call at
office or phone for complete list.
Lambard-Hart Realty & Investment.
Telephone 341. 42-8-tf
The thing9 you have no further use for
may be exactly what someone else wants
badly, and you can sell it for cash, or
exchange it for something you desire.
Mutually advantageous "swaps" are made
every day through the the News-Herald's
Want Ad columns.
And they are great mediums for bring-
m'en and jobs, employers and help,
together. Try it—It costs very little.
A News-Herald Want Ad
WILL GET WHAT YOU WANT, RIGHT NOW
Shawnee Lodge, A. F. & A. M„
No. 107 will hold a regular com-
munication for the transaction of
business this, Monday evening, June
2nd, at 8 o'clock in Masonic Hall,
All master Masons are invited to
go on one o'clock car Tuesday to
Tecumseh to unite with Tecumseh
lodge in laying corner stone of their
new high school.
II. O. NEWC0MHE, He".
SHAWNEE OU. & CAS CO.
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of said company at
the office of Frank W. Boggs Fri-
day, May 30, at 8 p. m. All who
are Interested In this company are
urged to be present.
FRANK W. BOGGS,
CASH AT IOCR HOUSE
for Junk of any kind. Bottles, bones
rags, metal and rubber. No lot too
small for our attention. Shawnee
Iron & Metal Co.. 303 East Main
Phone 135 J 21-3-lm
Try a want ad in the News-
Alderman J. F. Graham has been
appointed, without any solicitation
on his part, Xs deputy president for
the fifth district of the Fraternal
Order of Eagles.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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^—r SOLD BY DRL&GISTS EVE RYWHERE
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WATCH THIS SPACE
for Baldwin's Auction Sales
eVerv Saturday afternoon,
corner Bell and Main Sts.
WHY NOT TRY POPHAM'S
QIvm Prompt and Ponltlve Relief In Every
Cimc. Hold by DtukrIhu. Price I1.UU.
Trial Package by Mall 10c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props. Cleieland, 0.
For sale by 1'alace Drug Co.
V.'AN TED — Horse for delivery
wagon. Boston Grocery. 5-2-3r
WANTED—Young ladles to take
training course for nurses, Mercy
Hospital, Arkansas City, Kan.
WANTED—Young girl to help
with children and house work. Call
at 715 N. Park. Phone 863-J
WANTED—Good gentle horse for
city use. Dean' Boston Bakery, 216
E. Main. Phone 580. 120-29-3t
WANTED—Horseshoer by John
Donohue. 2 -9-tf
FURNISHED HOUSE for rent,
close in, 4 rooms, good water, fine
garden, small family preferred See
A. E. Medearls, room 3 over Natl.
Bank Commerce. 123-31-7t
I pay cash and the top price foi
Second hand furniture. Phone 93S-J
Jack Baldwin. 116-27-tf
Soda Fountain and Back Bar for
sale. Tables, Chairs and some sup-
plies. New power freezer. All
bargains. Address A, cere News-
FOR TRADE--Good piano to trade
for hone. Must be a good one.
See Cye Plunkett at Lydlck & Eg-
LOST—One wheel off baby car-
riage, on Union or Bell street, be-
tween Ijldsewood and Main street
or on Main street between Union
and South Oklahoma. Finder re-
turn to Chrisney Grocery Co.
Phone 191-J; 19 W. Farrall.
SHAWNEE I1EDDINO CO.
Thi Woodman Circle will give a
dance Thursday evening, May 29.
in Moose Hall. Admission 25c.
Over 1000 people appear in tli« se pictures. 50 Massive
ami Exciting Scenes.
Another Feature Tomorrow
The following 1h the program of
a ptnno recital to be given by the
pupils of Miss Hervey in the library
auditorium thjs evening:
Violin ami Guitar' Selections, Mex-
icanna Lansars, and I^ove and
Wanda and liene Davis
IMano Duette, Holiday March....
E. II. Kimball
Alice Brown and Mabel Rexford
"The May Party" Hoot
Tho Bells Ruth Baker
"My First Waltz" Mamie Baker
Eglantine Waltz Ruby Migley
Song, "Two Little Birds Are We"
Goldie and Winnie Davis
"Home Sweet" Home".. .Lucile Sears
"Evening Song" Mabel Rexford
"Play Mates Mazurka".. .Nell Long
"Over the Hills" Leota Scott
"Taking a Ride With Papa"
Zelma McGinn is
"Holiday March" F. R. Kimball
"Snow Flakes Watlz"..,J. S. Fearis
"A Short Story" H. Lichner
"Shepherd's Evening Song"
J. M. Baldwin
"Message of Love"
Song, "Don't" Tim Davis
Violin Solo, 'Swiss Air
"Trust in Absence" Baumfelder
Duet, "Jingle Bells"..J. S. Fyaris
Nell and Lona Long
"Dream of the Shepherds"
Song, "Life's Little Game of See-
Mabel Rexford and Walter Lazenby
"Starry Night" Sidney Smith
Sorrentina" Theo. Lac
Trio, "Bloom and Blossom Waltz"
Lona, Hazel and Nell Long
Private Money lo Lend
> Shawnee Real J£state. Beat of
CHAS. E. iTEl-LS
•0-18-tf III N. Broadway 81
This water, famous fur its
medicinal proprieties, i s
now "sulil by in both whole-
sale ami retail.
Nos. 1. i! and 4,
per bottle . . .
10c refunded on return of
l'er case 1 doz. A Ert
bottles, . . .$4.0U
12.00 refunded for case
PALACE DRUG CO.
H. T. CHRISNEY J. O. FITTERER
Chrianey BtJg PHONE l-O-l
Whereas, Decoration Day has
come and gene, this day set apart
to decorate the graves of our fallea
heroes, lias boeome very sacred in
the hearts of all lovers of liherty
• Resolved, that we, the members
of Pottawatomie County Veterans'
Association, tender our thanks to
Dr. Urch and tlie'chcir of Grace M.
E. Church fir tho fine memtfrial
Resolved, that we further extend
our heartfelt thanks to those pa-
triotic citizens and frieuds, that
contribute to the success of the
decoration services at the cemetery,
specially F. B. Reed for the song
service; Rev. T. H. Miller, devo-
tional exercises, and Hon. S. P.
Freeling's patriotic address and
ulogy of our martyred president,
Also, we cannot forget to include
Miss Pearl Dugan and her flower
Our thanks are especially due
Mrs. Willard Johnston, president of
the Ladles' Cemetery Association,
for furnishing water at the ceme-
J. W. CROUSE,
A. M. CALDWELL,
For sale by Palace Drug Co.
The Little Push Button
Switch at the Head of the Stairs
certainly affords a sense of security not obtainable by
any other means—except perhaps a pull socket with its
chain hanging within an arm's length of your pillow.
This is one of the greatest advantages of a bouse
wired for electric service. You can go to bed and
sleep the sleep of the just without worrying in tho
least as to what the unjust may or may not do around
your house in the "wee sma hours ayant the twal"
when you are the sleepiest.
Ask your neighbors about the way we wire bouses—
or better still, ask us. We will be only too gUd eo
give you the best wofk ft the best terms.
& Electric Co.
Sha wnee Oklahoma
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 239, Ed. 1 Monday, June 2, 1913, newspaper, June 2, 1913; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91967/m1/3/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.