The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 157, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1914 Page: 11 of 12

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FRIDAY EVENING, MAUCfi 13, 1914
THE shawnee datt.y nf.ws tikralp
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LUCKV FE-LLOW '
HE DONT HAVE
TO PAV ANV
iruocE TF\X
Gee; i wi^H
COO to HANp
IM AN INCOME
^chepult like
THAT 'OUV
fe
<CopyriKht.j
land prepare themselves so as to
have more home comforts, luxury,
ease, health and happiness and to buy
at tilts sale means much to them.|
Fleming-Brown Co. sale starts Satur |
day morning. Callahan says ifs the|
biggest reduction they Iwe ever gi\
en. Adv.
SKVK11VI. WOMKN WH 1 II.Wi IV
SH.VWNKK SATI'KlUt
Regardless of the stm- laws and
the protest of tho men higher up,
money matters and many other plans
to absolutely eliminate the matter,
it is now a known foet ib.it several
hundred women will HANti to th.
coat-tails of their husband Saturday
-beg, plead and really use every ef-
fort they can to get more money.
The reason hi simple—they fully rea
lize that now as never before the;
may buy furniture, rugs, etc., at al-
most 60c on the dollar and as such
"Gets-It" for Corns On
Your Piggy^Wiggios!
Quit Puttering With Corns. Use This
Sure, New-Plan Corn Cure.
A. f w drops of "OF.TS-IT." tho blgirost
poller In tii« world t'-lny < f any corn
r. nuHly. is «-nou(th to sprll ponlth «• doom to
tlu itercoat cora that ever ceuiouted ltaolf
LOANS-ABSTRACTS -INSURANCE
Farm a 1.1 City Loans on Productive Ileal K-tut •
The service of our Abstract Department if pleasing
others; ami with an opportunity, it will please you
We solicit your business on our merits and responsi-
bility.
Fire, Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance.
Conservative Loan Co.
120 North Broadway
These little tors
had "GETS-IT
These little loc
hud none.
most 60c on the dollar ana ^ It., ^d-byo Johnnie. You
a sale on real high class uoods sel- ..OBTti.|T„ two seemm- .... f'.
dom happen they know it will pay | ^
(non to bang on to the last Btrlng i th0 t, ,c. mid row, with knt\«-.
.i maA|iroa Rn ns to ' «mi«I i 11 it &rt> r.<4 tllftt limko ««>rus «iow
and prepare themselves so as u
have more home comforts, luxury
to I razors tflJMoi* tlint nmk
fant -r mid Hint mny cause blood jh ; .
uiv ,c - from rorn-iMittlnn niul corn-blew! in*.
ease, health and happiness and tobuy •^shr.v.u «P
at this sale means much to theru. . n;.
Fleming-Brown Co. sale sta.ts Satu. r', ,i(
dav morning. Callahan says its the ..(iKTS.n - ,„i,i „i : t...tilo by all
b«Ut reduction they have ever glv- or
en—Adv.
WAMTS
WANTED—Girl or middle-aged wo-
man for liousetwork. 316 North Okla-
homa, or phone 498. 69-12-3t
V0I> KENT—BOOMS.
pole teams; anything in the livery
line. Phone 99. 6"
MII ssu iea
FOR RENT—Front ground floor
rooms for light housekeeping, 602
North Union. Phone 658-J 9-lmo
FOR RENT—.Six-room house with
gas, two pantries, good well water
on porch, concrete cave, barn, good
garden spot, place for chickens. W.
N. Hurt, 1502 North Deard. Phone
393. 21-5-tf
BOY
MORE MONEY IN ONE DAV
may bo earned with me than
during AN ENTIRE WEEK
in other ways. Applicants
must be bright, neatly dress-
ed, clean hands and face. I
want the MANLIEST boy In
the city. Come early pre-
pared for work. Apply to
Bee Klepper, 115 South Os-
age street, Shawnee, Okla.
FOR SALE—Good Chase Bros, up-
I , ight piano for $50, if taken at once.
! i"hone 708 or call at 11 West High-
land. 63-n"3t
IF MIXED WITH Sl'LPHl!B IT
DARKENS SO NATURAL!.!
NOBODY CAN TELL.
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
TO TRADE— A good 5-acre tract Btreaked and faded hair Is gran -
IU„. 8-awnce. for residence. Inquire | -the^ treatmenl^thT^* a
Bowles Jewelry Co. 68 Igood even color, which is quite
sensible, as we are living In an age
FOR SALE—Alfalfa seed. Mrs. D |when a youthful appearance Is or
the greatest advantage,
Alfalfa seed. Mrs. D.
N Meek, R. 2, Shawnee. Phone
FW-552. 43-10-12t
for hale—ascellahemks.
FOR SALE—Modern two Btory, six
hoom home. Good location, north-
west. Easy terms. Phone 59.
83-2-tf
port RENT—Three-room house, fur-
nished. 214 N. Tucker. Phone 756-11.
62-1l-3t
FOR RENT—Rooms with board, or
for light housekeeping. 232 North
Union. 70-12-61
STRAYED—A brown cow, blind in, home A]1 (]r„jr 8lUre «u «•-
left eye. Call D. K. Heeler. Modelj ready.to-use product called "Wyeth s
Nowdays, though we don t have
the troublesome task of gathering
the sage and the mussy mixing at
home. All drug stores sell the
barber shop.
Lee & Wood, 126 South Bell,
a number of rigs that are in tip top
shape for your Sunday drive. Phone
99. 6-tt
FOR SALE—Young muleB, horses
and jennets. Address J. S. Woods,
1321 East Tenth, Shawnee Okla.
74-18-lmo
SEVERAL WOMEN WILL HANti IN
SHAWNEE SATURDAY
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED—To buy girl's
Phone 779-J.
bicycle.
60-10-3t
HOME LAUNDitY—At 1420 East
Tenth street. Rough dry at 25c per
dozen. Laundry called for and de-
livered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Phone 471-J. 67-16-lmo.
FOR SALE—Alfalfa seed and two
grades of alfalfa hay. J. C. Wingate,
one mile south of Shawnee. 64-ll-3t
FOR SALE—Mebane improved
triumph cotton seed, 37 to 41 per
cent lint, not damaged by drouth or
rains. $1 per bushel. 2 and 1-2
miles west of Shawnee. Phone L
W. 2, Route 4. W. K. Malsbury.
93-22-lmo
i ready-io-uBa y1 uuu 1 ■ "
66-1 l-3t 1 gage and Sulphur Hair Remedy" for
-a— 1 about 50 cents a bottle. It is very
H.vJ popular because nobody can dls-
cover It has been applied. S^P1*
moisten your comb or a soft ,
with it and draw this through your
hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair dis-
appears, but what delights the
ladles with Wyeth's Sage :and Sul-
phur Is that, besides beautifully
darkening the hair after a few ap-
'GETS-1T" is sold in Shawnee by
Owl Drug Store. Crescent Drug Co.
SEVERAL WOMEN Wll L II tSU IN
SHAWNEE SAT! RD.IY
Regardless of tie flute laws and
Ihe protest of tho men higher up,
money matters 'ind nan: other pt.ins
to absolutely eliminate tho mal.fer.
it Is now a known fact that several
hundred women will HANG to the
coat-tails of their husband Saturday
— beg, plead and really use every ef-
fort they can to get more money.
The reason Is simple—they fully rea-
lize that now as never before they
may buy furniture, rugs, etc., at al-
most 50c on the dollar and as such
a sale on real high class goods sel-
dom happens they know It will pay
them to hang on to the last string
and prepare themselves so as to
have more home comforts, luxury,
ease, health and happiness and to buy
at thlB salo means much to them,
at this sale means much to them.
Fleming-Brown Co. sale starts Satur-
day morning. Callahan says It s the
biggest reduction they have ever giv-
Adv.
great attractions which a man l> >
genes for a woman is brut' force
and stiff truth-lelllug" '"ay
have been wrong novelist!, souk
times are but the truth-telling is
attractive, anyway.
"How did you like It?'.' Is often
asked about the preacher's effori.
Tho better question is, "Did he
speak the truth?"
With thousands of dollars invested,
each church in Shawnee should ex
j p,.< t results which would satisfy
good business seiiBe. The church is
: not for fun, but for worship, for
j knowing more about life. 1 be hope
! The Unexpected
Spring Happenings
Flrsl. Home burned; every
think lost-
Second. Home destroyed by
cyclone or tornado.
Third. No insurance, and
everything .vou have saved lor
years Is gone.
Uo ready, if you should bo
til' unlucky one Let me write
you an insurance policy today.
Let me quote you rates
and see how cheap Insur-
ance . e;tll j Is.
A. L. Albin
Plume (I I
11.-, \. It roadway
Is that, if people n br >'■ en to
church for a day tie • may like it
and come again !
Everybody go to church Sunday.
COMMITTEE t
Subscribe Tor lee News-Herald.
SEVERE PUNISHMENT
Of Mrs. Chappeli, of Five Year*'
Standing, Relieved by Cardu.
Ml. Airy, N. C.-Mr . . .di M. < hap-
pen of this town, *a)"! 1111
live years with wc nanly troubles, fil j
M.mi u li troubles. ! i jtm; ieien|
was more than any one could tell.
1 tried ivost every kind oi medicine,
bul none did me any good.
I read one dnv about Cardui, the wo- ;
man's tonic, and I decided to try it. 1
had not taken but about six bottles until .
I was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the oilier medicines I had
tried, put together. •
My friends began askine me why I ,
looked so well, and I toul them about
Cardui. Several aie now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due lo womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
feeling?
If so, lei us urge you to give Canlui a
trial, we leel coniident il will lieln vou,
just as il lias a million other woi. „.i im
the past half century.
Be^in taking Cardui to-day.
won't regret it. AH druggists.
Chattanooga Madlclna Co. l-nrtiif.'
i (".Italianoog*, Tann. for Sftcta^
..... * your ( a*# and 04-paga book. Horn*,
[iaaiment lor Women." <i* ulalfl wracp^r. N C. 134
— aarKenmK "7 "o.
Regardless or the state laws and plications it alsor Produ«s
inotrp and aDDearance 01 annnaanct.
the protest of the men higher up
money matters and many other plans
to absolutely eliminate the matter,
It is now a known fact that several
hundred women will HANG to the
coat-tails of thetr husband Saturday
—beg, plead and really use every ef-
fort they can to get more money.
The reason Is simple—they fully rea-
lize that now as never before they
may buy furniture, ruga, etc., at al-
most 50c on the dollar and as such
a sale on real high class goods sel
UO-TO-ClHRCIl M M*AY ♦ |
NOSE AND \\m SIOPPED UP H
COLO OR 0 TARRH, OPEN ftl 0N1JE
piicanonH, it- —-- ^
lustre and appearance of abundance
which is so attractive; besides, pre-
vents dandruff, itching scalp and
falling hair.
Twenty-dollar 20-year caBe, 18-jewel
handsome watch given away Satur-
day morning to the man that can
reach the ticket swung from top of
our bed. See window.
FLEMING-BROWN CO.
High pr'-es jaia rot «on-l banc
The dally papers all stand by th'' j
"go-to-church-Sunday" idea. Some
of them are printing scripture texta
and some donate display advertis-
ing. What a help a good paper is
when it lays itself out to do a thing.
Men who work hard all the week
need something better than the usual
sermon—something more practical,
helpful, inspiring. If the preachers
can get down tothe thought of today
and to the real needB of men tho
will get a larger hearing The one
thing men demand, and for which
they will take no substitute, is cour-
A novelist once said, "The
My Cleansing, Healing Balm In
stnntly Clear" N se. He <l ""
Throat - Slops Nasty Catarrhal
Discharges. Dull Headache '•< • .
Try "Ely's Cream Balm."
eGl a small bottle anyway Jnsl
to try It-Apply a little in the nos-
tril* and instantly your clogged
nose and stopped-up air pass.iges of
the head will open; you w II breathe
freelv; dullness and headache dis-
appear Py morning! the
cold-in-bead or catarrhal sore throat
will he fione.
End such misery now! Get the
small bottle or "Ely's Cream na m
at any drug store. This sweet, fra-
grant balm dissolves by tho hisal
of the nostrils; penetrate# and heals
ihe swollen membrane
hich lines ihe nose, kead and
throat; cluara the air passages,
slops nasty discharges and a feel-
Inu of eleaiiBlng, soothing relief
comes tin mediately.
lion't lay awake tonight strug-
gling for breath, with head stuffed,
nostrils closed, hawking and blow-
Ing. Catarrh or a cold, with Its
running nose, foul mucous dropping
Into the throat, and raw dryness Is
distressing but truly needless.
Pnt your faith—lust "iiee-ln
"Ely's Cream Halm" and your col.l
or catarrh will surely dlsarpear.
We call for them.
dom happens they know it will pay|cloibes
Call us
11-4-lm
Lee & Wood for livery.
OOm uappeuo luw • , _ w-i-
them to hang on to the last string phone 1S6-J.. 206 E. Ma*
Newi-
want ad
for Sunday drivers, saddle horses,
Herald.
RAFFLES CAUGHT
Found fc near >h« C* C*. —^
You can walk, run or even "pace" but it would require Barney Oldl.eld s I 20 p.
"Blitzen Benz,''several page ads, and goods given away before you could keep^tbem
Goina to Fleming-Brown's Furniture Sale
^ M OPENING SATURDAY!
"Waffles" had a dream, after Saturday be will have a nightmare,
Chief Hawk will be posted as there are few in captivity like" Waffles"
appears
times Saturday, at Fleming
fFleming-Brown Furn. Co.
GREATEST SALE IN TOWN
North Broadway, SHAWNEE, OKLA.
3 Beautiful Prizes
Given Away Saturday Only. See
Window Showing.

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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 157, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1914, newspaper, March 13, 1914; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92203/m1/11/ocr/: accessed May 8, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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