The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 203, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 9, 1917 Page: 4 of 10
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD
Wright's 13 Days Fast And Fllri0US
' dar "} a,'Uml ;uliy'ty at Wrights, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Shop. We are. more than pleased with the enormous fall t.usi-
< s we nave enjoyed \\ ,re now determind to make the next thirty days real hummers. Our shop is running over with all
of the newest and most sensible Xmas gifts for the misses, ladies and children.
Note The Many Articles ol Ready-to-Wear Greatly Reduced
and l!' Ye't'r T' 'll" ,7'h' ' 8 ^ast and fl,riou8 selling will start and end Dec. 24th with a merry Xmas
BATH ROBES—-Very practical and always acceptable. A
beautiful selection. Now ready for your better taste at excep-
tional prices $2.95 to $9.75
Children's Bath Robes, special at . $2.39
SILK PEllICOATS.—As useful as ever and we
have a ilassie line and they arc Fitrite make. All best
colors. Priced at $2.69 to $7.90
Silk Waist Special at .
Price- 35c to $4.75
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SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1917.
ALL SUITS INCLUDED
$16.50 Suits F & r price. . . . $10 90
118.50 Suits ! ' \ F price rr.._$18.*S5
IJ2.50 and $23.50 suits F & F price . $11.90
$-5. to $32.p0 suits F & F price.. T~S.. $19^5
%Vo «)u to $40.00 suits F & F price $24,85
$4-50 to $48.&0 F & F price ^v.90
If you want a uuit now is your chance.
SILK BLOUSES.—In holiday boxer. A
beautiful line of ( repe de Chine Georget-
I". Wash Satins tnd striped Taffetas.
Price $3.50 to $S.30
A tip to the men Y,ou can't please her better than to buy
■ fur mii - Ttut what the tallies tell us to sell him. Over 100
11 " :M i'■ lo iiCloct from, li you pick now you get what
' ''! 0u' fur stock is most complete. Most anv grade
11. went. Rp(l fox. .lap cross ;ox. Black fox, also taupe color
kuiittsky. Opossum and Hudson Seal. In fact, anything you
«h i e 'in recommend. Separate niuffs #t.,j0
JO ft: "IK.iiO to ij«2.ll0.
*5.!I0 and $8.50
SILK IIUE8SES SFBCE DRESSES
Just received and they arte clever looking dresses,
A wonderful buy. About 25 In this assortment,
worth $25.00 to #29.50
one is water proof coVer.
' our soldier boy will cer-
tain!) appreciate any part
of our Refection. See the
display in our show win-
dow Sunday. >9
CAP £>E i S—the warm
kind. Nfcthing will take
the place of a nice vyarrr
cap and scarf. Also the
long stocking caps, a
large variety to select
35c to $2 50 a set.
Children's and Ladies',
Silk Underwear -—Jer
silk combination suits
$3.95. Jersey vest $2.00
•tnd $2.25. Also Crepe de
Chine Teddies $2.50 to
Brascleres tnd Camisoles
A beautiful selection, ill
the prettiest and daintiest
styles 50c to 2.50
A lnnd slide of beau-
tiful Irish linen, long
Excellent quality, 8tie
Beautiful linen hand
kerchieXs trimmed ritji
Baby Irish lace 69c to
Exquisite crepe de
plain and fancy at,...
2oC u?>d 35c
Handkerchiefs in Xmas
boxer, galore, ladies
and childrefes, at
-5c to $2.00 Box.
Chanute glovo from
Wright's are always
appreciated. New ones
just in for Xmas de
English walking glove.
Mack and white, t^.00
English walking glove,
Fine French Kid. black
$-.50 lo fci.WI
XMAS M;( KTIKS And
Price 76c to $2.00.
As chfc* ar cail be "flYe
cry* imaginable cuioi
ceived at Wright ICv-
m« neW'Leetts Just te-
EXQUISITE NEGLIGEES —No..., H please
iier better than one of Wright s dainty negligees, mad •
of Crepe de Chine, Crepe Meteor, Chiffon Taffeta
ind i,.,r Satin:,. Ai! the most pleasing,colors, price
$5.90 to $17.50.
I"'0.00 and io i.«0 Cloth Coatu F 4 F price W9.7i
MS.trO to $.12 90 C'lotli Coat* F F price ..
J28.00 to JST5.00 Cloth (teat. F F priqe.^ $1400
M"S0 to $i:i.75 Cloth Coats F \ F price ... 3J1 9S
$18.30 to Sin.75 Cloth Coats F a F pries... -$13.00
Jli.UU .io .$14,01) I'luUl Coats F & F price.-7*11.00
W.4U.50 Cloth Coal.' F & p price.. . ..W.Ji
All i'lutih ami UufEin Seal ' oats Rcducud
yet practical gift Jabots
of ail the newest type, 59c
♦ Office J'liime ,*,7(1. ♦
♦ Bealtlcnre I'hone IIK.lt. ♦
♦ T0« (. HALDIfKl', ♦
♦ LAW I .
♦ lUffltooth Bjdg. Roan in m "♦
♦ Hhannoe, OUn. .
WHAT THE HIGH
SCH001 DID WITH
The most n-Hafcii, Vai ami
Ch*iu r (,it tin- uioi ket
We iH'tit th'-in, .1 i r.0 r >r .rtny
nONsi.n: i sbebtaiulnu < o:
Lunif Hulor Srrtli-f>
lllnh ( ln-.s S( riirii
EASILY SECOND TEAM IN
f. RttflrMffe, ihe s
• Oklahowian, said
•qbt that Shawnee
k 1 iootball
K 74 to 0
l at titer
I played mid a brief summary of the ing
ShSJttSl Wtt"l Thc boys "f tbe Shawnee Hl8h
'I., .1 n'f III.. . •„! • T t0 s',K)o1 Played a very coneieteiit
I in the flr*5f JiiVi r ,|,r f .w., '"i" s flashy uame. Thoir plueK
•.eason Sh.™ an" "«* '•" w « "lWay* to be nitic,«l
Tecum«Hh mi to O Thrn'ln b and they deserve praise for their good
thc km -, cnrc l.ui ih " *"VP i H* " was duc thorough au'd
^ (tame was ai lialii.-takitiK preparations that tJuv
,r, ' second place In the Central Con-
ihe Shawnee Ifigii School team was I f«rence. 'I he Shawnee Highs played
cob)post 11 mostly < f , r«-« n players, Ada Normals, normal School
out u i. i-.- f.i.i i,i. u bat k in build champloni*. a very close game of 16-(>.
t0il,n •'rutiud. M k and H, Cohen M«ck at cjuarter 'was «t ill times
| were the only men on last, yea'r's mtiln • :^fav tt'the team, and the
itertm v.hn played their mine positions 'team running at n winning stride by
I hi- brilliant play and excellent field
The Oklahoma City S H. S. game Ila(,tics-
r,-0 'Cofe and Shawm ' Jones. Captain, wnrkr £ at fivU hack
•' 81 rone on the defense only. The in < iy«, xl form, shoylflg great pot-
: hoy wern lucky in getting tin j -Hdlities for him iri. ihat position,
v.r. or 11 u 'Vtdov. Jnncrt wn< very sirpn^ on tho d^nse
ie Knit. s. 11 s. game was easy to} urengthened th- l m k field bv
tune of 3.1-0 and tliu Siiawnee jlino smashing
JacRson'i: play at tackle won him all
stfiti! consideration, hi
I'linne: , Parlors: I
IIOJ 272. 20s N. Ilriiadwuy S
Mir III m:..
; •1,1 11,(1 ,:tf" li N>-up Tu Had- i
1' !!' ittdement. Shawnee m ih
«-ul\ team in the siate thai woulit
1 i'av, i vt>n ;i chance of holding. 01;!a
I'orn.i City 'tt> two touclnlowns.
The high t.( hool and Shawnee elti
'•■Ms in general, eve i «tly >ud of
*'he record the 1017 footbalt team has
I nuide. The boys came out m strung
! sdctmd ihe Oklahoma City teani which
I should hardly be elated with the
other iearns of the Central conferenc
winning first place.
| Croxier has been manager of Ihe
I team and Oiner active coaeh and much i
of ihe splepdid work of the team i •
duo to iheir untiring efforts it takes
a great deal of tact and a iremendous
amount of hard work for a coach to*
net ^tuliy Imndle a football tea it.
and coaeh (fuior ha*Vp^endidly Riled j
wef\ rt<|uirenu ht
At the request of the Xfcws-IIerald
tbo (allowing review of tbe games
'■oys ^ho\ve«l some Improvement ir
the offensive but were 'weakened 1 >
the Ada Normal game. I'nid * as out
eliiKHwl in the game in every u-«v'
started in to
C*lt\ vths Close ill <1
' «ggeil in the la t
lads had thing: aboti
in ever^ lie. The s
favor t t ihe City
The Shawnee bov
sting of defeat ... v„ , ...
ilut slate which tlioy did by beginmt
with Guthrie there with a score <u
: 7-0 and following it up with a tif -l'l
defeat at Shawm ,, the next wee);
Chickasha High was thc next to
luil before the home boys' offensive
b> the -"ore of 12-14 and ttie follou
iiur week they were otitcla
40-O «ramo at Shawm
' v .s the most effective of-'
'ive half on the Vqhad because of
t a ing and broken field niuiiiag
a hell ec k was one of th<0 trong
•me plungers on lb -fakng all the
parr, lmt half hack position.
halt. The t'nyi v'ogel played a very consistent
f M,,ir ^lyjgame at half and win aide io pick
w:,s ' • () in holes in the line Wtfth rare skill*
a . . Davids n plhytdra vciv teadv gamt<
Itad thoir la. ' f,n left half and dsed his n.-erierence
io exceptional advantage which en-
abled hitn to make long gains.. Ho
Was gotxi at receiving pa* sit i>.
I'ace played well at hflff hut flash-
• Hfht hy his stronr; interter-
n in every play-at the full back
position. - i >
* familton made a very stronjf dc-
in a leiudvt end aud was in many pais-
f ing play
was able to
gei through and
around his end.
Schonk was the fastest charger on
the line and filled the other tackle
jiOjiition in excellent shape.
Hatch at guard was as hard to move
as a stone wall and could stop the
pluys that came his w.\y at will.
H. Cohen was very effective in his
guard position and played the game
well at air times.
Townscnd was a snappy center and
out pi: -id many heavier opponents.
N* Cohen was a "shifty center" ami
Uatd splendid judgment in stopping
line bucks and breaking up forward
paste* iir> waR easily one of the
strongest men on the team.
Gibson Has very reliable at tackle
AJov.les was fast at half and made
i enviable record.
To take practically green men and
turn out championship material,
marks Omar as indeed "some eoacB". ;
* hich is the very expressfvo way the i
boys, with whom ho Is very popular,
-Alhb \se re. kou President Wilson
.itie to get another round of gut
tural abuse from the Merlin editors
l.ul ' ll'-iil 1<hep"'l" , l° 'V"''i n"te'' '° ' HK-ed.in
.'' ppcii on1.; ,,n ^
Hr.'infTnfv "vh'ich"4"^" 1';"VI T1""" ' ■' fm-'b^Miitv a. tie
Avr.ir, z h't ^
S. C. *lltlai.i, trtp
ieaeral HarUar ikii Htri
Phonf 263 122 IV. Beard
Good 160 acre farm, well located, close to school, 7
miles from city, 50 acres very fine bottom alfalfa
land; fine orchard; good 6 room residence; large
barn; 3 good wells; storm cave, etc. 140 acres in cul-
tivation, balance in fine pasture.
Ierms: one-third cash, balance to suit purchaser,
real bargain. $10,000.00.
Lambard-Hart Loan Co.
j Shawwnee, Oklahoma
Moore Gaski 11 Undertaking: Co.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Parlor 120 N. Bell—Day Phone 371
« Night Phonu, W. E. Gaskill, 850.
for Ambulducc, i'honc 365.
* Motor or Horse-Drawn Hearses.
NEWS-HEliALD WAN'i ADS BRING RESULTS
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