The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 157, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1914 Page: 4 of 12
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FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 13, 1914
Big Crowds are Ex-
| pected at Fleming-
Brown Furniture Co.
SALE STARTS TOMORROW MORNING
Opening Awaited With Widespread Interest-
Goods Keduced and a Real Sale Offered
If good advertising and real bar-
gain; on high class goods will biing
aboi J success, we predict a great
at tho Fleming-Brown Furnitur
company's Btore on North Broadway
an interview with Mr. Callahan,
;i8 general manager of the Cal-
I system and the National Sales
apy, operating in fourteen cities,
coveting thirty-seven states, Mr. Cal-
lahan said that in all his experience
he )i d never Seen any merchant
villi^g to really put out bargains
lik<« the FleminK-Brown company,
and that while he advocates the plan,
yet it is hard to find merchants who
will offer a real inducement. He
further said all Roods are marked
in plain figures, and with tho tre-
mendous amount of advertising used
he predicts an early morning rush
for several days to come.
The News-Herald wishes the firm
great success, and tho power of
printer's ink placed the right way
by a live, well-established and thor-
oughly circulated paper will always
bring people out.—Adv.
a fine baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. H.
P. Thompson, northwest of McLoud,
The McLoud debating team has ar-
ranged to go to Anadarko tomorrow
to debate with the team at that
Rev. S. H. Babcock, pastor of the
South M. B. church of Shawnee, has
unnounced that he wijl be hero
Monday night and deliver an address
at the auditorium, with the view
of organizing a Boy Scouts camp
here. Rev, Babcock has been scout-
master at Shawnee and Tecumseh
for some time and thoroughly under-
stands the work. The Boy Scouts
movement is a worthy ono and e\
cry body in town should lend a hand
and help perfect an organization in
SKVEHAL WOMEN WILL UWii
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The Clover Leaf club was enter-
tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
Guy McCoy and Mmes. George
Stowell, Ben Wilson and T. B. Gal-
yen tfere among those present.
Miss Laura Cooper, who has been
seriously ill for two weeks, is re-
ported much better.
Tom' Nowakokski has about com-
pleted an addition to his residence,
which adds much to its convenience
Mesdames Walter Franklin and R.
C. Kayler were Shawnee shoppers
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. GUlham were
Shawnee visitors Thursday.
The DeBolt gin finished the gin-
ning season here Thursday. Manager
Smith will leave within a day or
two for his home at Kdmond.
Cy Steward, who is employed by
the Leiteh Silo company, returned
Wednesday from Wewoka. Ho re-
ports that the company has sold
three silos at Wewoka the past
The little son of Frank Glass is
reported to be seriously sick after
an attack of scarlet fever.
Regardless of the state laws and
the protest of the men higher up,
money matters and many other plant!
to absolutely eliminate the matter,
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
the r 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 this Bale means much to them.
Fleming-Brown Co. sale starts Satur-
day morning. Callahan says it's the
biggest reduction they have ever giv-
The basketball team I<>ft today for
Alene, where they will play tonight.
cTmorrow night the team will play
To the first iauy entering the store
opening morning and gets the green
tag on center part, twelve feet from
down, receives a beautiful fifty-seven
piece dinner set free.
Try a waut ad m die JS'ews-Her-
ald—It will brlns results.
Frank Scott, who lives two miles
south of McLoud, has rented his
farm and is moving to town.
Dr. J. Mooney reports the birth of
Twenty-dollar 20-year case, 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.
to the List of good dishes procurable here
\ an Camp s Sphagetti Italinne a big 2-pound can that can be
quickly served and is supremely good, large can I 5c small can 10c
iebharts Sphagetti Meat and Chilli is another good one that
has the real chilli flavor, per can I Oc
Special for Saturday
Good Rio Coffee, whole or ground, regular 25c, special 2 lbs. 35c
Pure Granulated Sugar 20 pounds (or $1.00
Gallon cans California white
Gallon cans California pears
Gallon cans Logan berries...
3-lb cans solid pack black-
berries, 3 for
2-lb cans gooseberries
15c corn, first quality, can..
Large cans Campbell's pork
and beans, 3 for
10c cans peas, 4 cans for
Good evaporated peaches, 3
Good prunes, 4 pounds for..
Big sweet prunes, 2 lbs for..
5c cans Gold Nugget milk,
3-lb cans large tomatoes, 3
for . /
Lenox soap, >7 bars fr
White borax Naphtha soap,
Borax washing powder, 7 for
Searchlight matches, 3 boxes
Bulk queen olives, pint
Extra quality dill pickles, doz
Bulk kraut, long cut, lb
Van Camp's 25c catsup for..
30c bottles Red Snapper sauce
Tall cans red salmon for...
Tall cans finest Columbia
Faster hams, finest ever, 10
lbs each, lb
Bulk rolled oats. 7 lbs
3 packages puffed wheat for
2 packages Post Toasties for
2 packages puffed rice for..
5-lb bags pure rye flour
Kansas Diamond flour, sack
Swansdown cake flour, pkg.
Large cans Hawaiian sliced
2-lb cans same
Quart jars pure preserves..
Large glass pure jelly for...
$1 «*cans (5 lbs.) pure pre-
Quart jars sweet or sour
Quart jars pure strained
Pure strained honey in 10-lb
Genuine Norway mackerel, 3
Norwegian smoked sardines,
in olive oil, 2 for
Quart cans finest Italian
olive oil for
Pure maple sugar, 1-lb bricks
Bulk marshmallows, fresh, lb
Genuine Swiss cheese, lb...
New York finest cream
Monarch olive salad, jar
Snowmallow, for fine icing,
Jiffy Jell, the new one, 3 for
Faust macaroni, extra qual-
ity, 3 for
50c heavy brooms, each
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TRAVEL requires the best of socks and that means
Holeproof Hosiery. Six pairs of Holeproof are
guaranteed six months. If any wear out you get
new hose free. Every stitch is protected, not just heels
The manufacturers pay an average of 74 cents a
pound for the yarn that goes into Holeproof. Common
yarn sells for 32 cents. That is one reason why Hole-
proof are strong, but light weight and comfortable.
Walk all day in them making
business calls or sight-seeing—
avoid hurtful darned places,
unsightlylioles.andall other ho-
siery discomforts. Take Hole-
proof on trips—where you most
want whole hose. Get six pairs
Holeproof always once
you learn what they
Prices from $1.50
to $3 per box of six
pairs guaranteed six
Mammoth Dept. Store
I he Big Bargain, Pratt's Poultry or Stock Food, 50c pkgs. for 25c
Pander Grocery Co.,
125 N. Broadway Three Phones 722
of passenger trains, at the same time' Twenty-dollar 20-year case, 18-jewe)
the coupling is made, and is so ar- handsome watch given away Satur-
ranged that the couplings are kept day morning to the man that can
intact on curves. The M., K. & T. reach the ticket swung from top ot
has adopted the coupling for some our bed. See window.
of its trains. ' FLEMING-BROWN CO.
A model of the Durbin automatic
train line connection at the Rock
Island passenger station this morn-
ing attracted considerable notice.
It is a devicethat connects automatic-
ally the electric, air and steam lines
To the first lady entering the store
opening morning and gets the green
tag on center parti twelve feet from
down, receives a beautiful fifty-seven
piece dinner set free.
H. L. Cull is a usiness visitor to
N. A. J. Ticer was in from the
county farm today to receive some
Poland China pigs from Hennessy,
for the farm.
Men!--A BIG SALE-Women!
Commences Saturday Morning
George Dowdy, the men and women's tailor, and dealer in tine furnishings for men and women, including hair
goods, WADE corsets, waists and neckwear tor women, has placed his entire store under the price knife.
Sale Lasts 10 Days
I have remodeled my entire store and now
|j liave the full building at 115 East Main street.
Formerly for thelaat three years I occupied only
the east half and 1 ani branching out.
A Business Extension
To accomplish what I have in mind—which
will be announced in due time- -it is necessary
for me to dispose practically of my entire stock
und I am offering sitfli low prices that I expect
to sell out practically in ten days. This does
not mean t' at 1 am quitting business It
pi*ans a NEW merchandising deal- that's all.
Startling Collar Bargains
Arrow and Triangle Collars—every one in the
house—all standard makes—you know them—
it is u-eless to tell you about these collars—they
are in the latest shapes—on sale at
10 Cents Each
Ties Practically Given Away
One big lot of Ties
One Dollar Ties
Fifty Cent Ties
Men's Underwear Below Cost.
t nion Suits
$2.(11) I nioii Suits
$1.25 Union Suits
Men's Hats Dirt Cheap
One lot of Hats
$3 00 Hats
Men's Soft Spring Shirts
Wo are offering a small number of these
shirts, just received, to those who come early
at special prices.
Get Your Pressing Free
With every order for a tailored suit—and they
are the best and cheapest in town—made to fit
YOU—we will give a pressing card ab olutely
.Women-Here's Your Chance for
That Spring Suit.
We will offer for ten days, absolutely without
reservation, a discount of 20% on our High-
Class Hand Tailored Suits. Mrs. Dowdy will
look after your wants. T'arlors for measuring
and every convenience. These suits liuva style
and quality and you are assured a perfect fit.
More Bargains lor Women
Hair goods, showing the best of workmanship,
Shirt Waists and Corsets—the WADE Corset at
I he 1 st is too long and varied for enumeration.
Dowdy seldom has a sale. In fact this is the only sale he has had in the three years he
has been in Shawnee, and what he advertises he makes good on.
George Dowdy, Tailor
Who's Your Tailor?
115 East Main Street
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.