The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 315, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 18, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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ai-viuv \l( IliXlNG. JUNE is, 1 H
The coolest place in Pottawatomie County
Where you can rest and enjoy cool groves, beautiful lawns, fragrant flowers and quiet nooks
The Best Bathing Plunge in the State
Clear Well Water a! the Right Temperature
Chautauqua Visitors Invited
During the leisure hours between Chautauqua attractions you will enjoy a trip to the park and a
swim m the poolj
GOOD CAR SERVICE
Starting the Big Battle in Chicago
AN EXPLORER AT 88.
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FOR SALE—Dorris motor truck in
first class condition, capacity 2500 lbs.
Call at Ingram Garage. Phone 97.
TO TRADE—15 room modern board-
ing house, would take a 5 or 6 room j
cottage. Can handle with very little I
cash. 119 N. Oklahoma. 74-16-tf I
FOR RENT—Southeast rooms nice-
ly furnished tor housekeeping, mod-
ern; 502 N. Union. Phone 058-J.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished or
unfurnished rooms, single or for light
housekeeping. 126-128 Bell street.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, 223 N.
l'hiladelph in. 61-13-tt.
FOR RENT—Suite of housekeeping
rooms, $2.50 per week, strictly mod-
ern, close in, 208 W. 9th. 72-16-3t
FOR RENT -Three nice counecIiiiK
south housekeeping •rooms; garden,
price reasonable. Ill Oak street.
Phone 1308. 73-16-tt
FOR RENT—Furnished four rooiht
cottage, also modern light house- j
keeping rooms. 418 W. 11th. Phone
FOR Ravi'—5 room house on S.
Draper, $7.00 per month. Call at 22t>
S. Draper. - 24-7-tt
TO LET—Large barn and 50 lb ca-
pacity refrigerator. 20H S. Phiiadel-
FOR RENT—By the first of June,
a strictly modern 10 room house con-
venient for two families. Has two
kitchens, two bath rooms and large
basement. Located close in. Address
Dr. J. C. Mahr, 601 East 5th street.
Oklahoma City, Okki. 118-31-tf
FOR SALE—Roller top desk and
some good furniture. New State Trans-
fer. lOfi West Main. 82-18-Bt
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Good 14-
horse power aumatic engine in good
shape, cheap. 2 miles west of te-
cumseh, James Knight, R. F. D. No.
2, Box No. 12. ?8-12-2t
' WANTED—Traveling salesman to
carry up-to-date line of trunks and
bags as side line. Strictly commis-
sion. No advance. Appomattox Trunk
& Bag Company, Petersburg, Va.
SALESMEN WANTED -1i'-sf Punch
board deals on earth. Brand new con-
signment. $5.00 commission on order i
and repeats. Old reliable. Grove Mfg.
Co 2562 Cottage Grove, Chicago
Phone No. 44
Ken. I'hone No. (hi
NOAH P. KEENE, M. D.
Private Sanitarium, 210 and 212 IM. Broadway
(Over Postollice) Shawnee, Okla.
Chronic Ailments and Dishes of the Eye Speedy Hot Air
Medicated Vapor snd Electrical Hatha and Oxyodine Treatment for
the Blood and Therapeutic L*mp with 600 candle power electricity,
Galvanic and Feradic. with in erruptlons. Examination Free.
Prices $25 00 per week, including room, board and treatment. U
not Improved in one week, we give you back one-half your money
a'nd you quit. Eye work on guarantee for so much. Eyes tested
a criaaapa fitted J?nmeb guaranteed ten years for $5.00. vVe Also
cm? Anoendlcltls without the '.nife; the drug, tobacco and alcohol
lid dk:tlon; Piles Fistul&Ana 1 and Recta! Diseases. Come in. or
write to us.
WANTED- Position by experienced
stenographer by August 1. A1 refer- j
ences. Write Miss Anderson, care of j
A. Pfliederer, R. F. D. No. 1, Earls- j
boro, Okia. 77-16-8t |
MONEY TO LEND—On farm lanae
low rates and pre-payment privilegee,
prompt service. See or write u«
Lanibard-Hart Loan Co., Shawnee,
I Okla. _ -lmo
' - moNI'A' TO i.EM>—On improteo
Shawnee property which can be paid
back on easy montlily installments
like rent. Also 3 to 5 year straight
term loans. Low rates and prompt
service. Lambard-ilart Loan Co.
Phone 341. 27-lmo
M00RE-GASKILL UNDERTAKING CO.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
-Parloi 120 N. Bell St—-—
Night Phone, W. E. (
•Day Phone 371-
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C:D-.HSULES ' (t shci
WHO WIUCAU TKEvREPUBLICAN tlATlONAL CQNVtNTW TO OM56J
Charles D. Hllles, chairman ot the|
Republican National committee ca Hilles Dosed in Chicago showH
when his gavel dropped the fight for | started the fight.
Dr. Edwin Heath of Kansas City
was one of the most interesting par-
ticipants in the meeting in Washing-
ton of the League to Enforce Peace.
Dr. Heath has spent many years of
his life in explorations in South
America. He found a river in Brazil,
which is named for him.
A nice Palm Beach Suit, Norfolk
style; Knickerbocker pants, age 7 to
17, $1.98. Frankel Bros. 1-tt
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred White
Rhode Island baby chicks. Call
FOR SALE—Two good milch cows.
See R. Furnas, 725 N. Louisa.
FOR SALE—Two lots in Hickman
Addition. ^ bargain for cash. Must
sell. Address Box 143, Purcell, Okla.
For Ambulance, Phone 3(55
HIGHEST PRICES paid for second
hand clothing. Also all kinds of
Junk brasa, copper, ruoher, iron
Phone No. 381. L. SluUky, 115 South
WANTED—To buy old houses. Aleo
raise and move houses. Phone 431-R
FOR SALE—Household goods and
one good milk cow. Phone 739-R.
125 Ni Pesotum. 75-16-3t
Brotherhood oi American Yeomen
"An insurance that you
don't have to die to beat!"
DR. G. C. WALLACE,
"A live lodge for live peo-
A. B. CHATBURN,
Read the Neiws-Herald for all the latest news.
Send for our New Illustrated
The Carter Pleating Co.
1021 Walnut St.
Kaunas City, Mo.
cheap. Phone 273
A regular morning operation of the
bowels puts you in fine shape for the
day's work. If you miss it you feel
uncomfortable and cannot put vim
into your movements. For all bowel
irregularities HERBINE is the reme-
dy. It purifies, strengthens and reg-
ulates. Price 50c. Sold by Public
FOR KALE -Fine Jersey cow with
heifers calf. Price $75. Can be seen
at No. 6 East Farrall street from 12
to 1 o'clock and 4 to 5 o'clock. C. P.
FOR SALE—Well established and
paying grocery store, stock and fix-
tures, $4500. Lauibard-Hart Loan Co.
FOR SALE — Blackberries, deliv-
ered by the crate. Phone 1196-R.
FOR SALE — Five thoroughbred
peddlgred and registered Scotch Col-
lies. 128 S. Bell. 68-15-3t
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Reliance Machine Works
J. C. Wilkinson, Prop.
General Machine Shop Wor«
Phone 263 122 N. Beard
To The Public \
When you want a first class
job of painting, tinting or
J. P. Mitchell
The old reliable
Residence 601 Hobson St.
The most reliable trans-
fer and storage company
in town is the
In its new location at
106 W. Main Street
R. F. McFarling
MRS. MAID BUM AN
Teacher ol Piano
(Burrow's Course Of Music Study)
our nicely trimmed Voile Shirtwaists.
46c to 69c for this week only. Frankel
Drink genuine Cocoa Cola bot-
tled In Shawnee under author-
■ ity of the Cocoa Cola Co.;
• guaranteed sanitary. Visit our
- plant and see for yourself.
► 101 S. Bell St.
► I,. <;. KKKIH SON, Prop.
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The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 315, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 18, 1916, newspaper, June 18, 1916; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc92528/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.