The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 184, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 12, 1914 Page: 3 of 12
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ITOim Tvvo Weeks Groceries
1% r j r j J of the world's linest products with every
"HASTINGS" Cabinet Sold.
Sale Starts Monday! Filty Cabinets Will Be Sold!
Your home would be a better one,
more sanitary, healthful and run with
less labor and expense, If a HERRICK
were used in It. BETTER because
any article of home equipment that
works perfectly and properly and
performs its duties at a minimum
cost, eliminating the annoyance
which the usual housewife only
knows of, and tends io make the
home machinery run smoothly and
peacefully, is of great value.
Prices $15 to $4$
of our money saving values.
A Shorter Days Work.
$1.00 A Week
Puts One In Your Home.
The Duplex will stew, boil or
roast a cheap cut of meat, making
it tender and juicy and free from
shrinkage. Fruits and vegetables
keep their shape, retain all their
flavor, making them not only more
.palatable but more digestible.
The Aluminum lined, Steel ('ase
Duplex Fireless Stove is made of
Read Ad On Page Twelve!
A corn Ranges
SaveVokry (J) Save Work Reputation of
Guaranteed the beat. Steel and as-
bestos bottom. Right or left ovens.
Special inducements offered in this
$17.50 to $50.00
Like cut $35.
,$1.00 Per Week l'uts One in
Porch Swings for Summertime!
Porch swings complete with galvan-
ized chains and ceiling hooks. Height of
back above sete 30 inches. Adjustable
footrest, 19 inches below top of seat;
by turning footrest over, it is only
17 inches. Made of well-seasoned
clear oak> with malleabe straps and
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y and with ordinary care will last for
J Like Cut $15
For Baby's Sake
Prices $2.75 to $10
Mother, look after your baby's
comfort. Get this bed. White or
VeruiB Martin. Like cut.
fwim ~ \ i
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und Ironing Boards. Easy to fold
and easy to adjust. Best made.
Proof against moths and other in-
sects. The use of one of these chests
will protect your furs and clothing
Prices $7.50 to $25
Ask to see
Only $4-85 l*|
,Spring & Mattress
Some special prices on
^oth springs and mat-
tresses during this sale.
on Rugs for
Others in pro-
DUPABLE AS WOW
9x1 2, only
Trade Off Your Old Furniture
We want all your old Furniture, Stoves and Refrigerators.
We take your old goods and furnish you with new. taking it :n as part pay-
ment. For instance if you have an old refrigerator, we will take it in on a
Herrick. If you have an old gas range we will take it as part payment on
a new Acorn. If you have an old dresser we will allow you what we can as
part payment on' a new one. We have some good values in our second-
hand department. If you want something good for little money, let us
show you what we have. You can find what you want here. Phone us
what you have, will send a man out to make you a price on it. No trouble
just call No. 105.
True economy is not so much in paying the smallest prices as it is in pay-
ing the smallest prices and getting the best merchandise. We please the
hard to please. Our best customers are those who are the hardest to satisfy.
We are determined that every customer who enters our store shall leave
completely satisfied or their money will be refunded—every single penny.
—The Longmire-Draper Company.
These handsome Ariel beds are
now coming into universal use be-
cause they are acknowledged to be
more stylish and hygienic than the
ordinary bed. Your own room and
^ CXiV >our quest's room should be equipped
Prices $lb to $25
Our showing of dining tables is
very complete. You can find here
just what you want in any finish or
style at a big discount.
Come See Them!
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Never was our showing or dining
room furniture more complete than at
this time; in all the latest finishes.
You will save money by buying now.
We have juBt what you want.
The Longmire - Draper Company [
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 184, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 12, 1914, newspaper, April 12, 1914; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92229/m1/3/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.