The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 167, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1918 Page: 4 of 6
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THE S! I AWN HE DAILY NEWS I IERA1 .D *
111URSOAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, j'Jth.
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Now 13 the time for you^o buy your Winter Suit or Overcoat
Our stock 1S now complete, but big inroads arc being made in it during
the last few days by men who have been waiting to see whether they
would be called in the draft.
You will find our prices lower than you .expected as we bought
our clothing on last years market. Many of our suits could not now
be replaced at wholesale at the prices we have them marked
ovSsd s 15.00 lo $47.50 ^
Come In. We Are Always Glad To Show You,
Halley-White Clothing Co
Copyright 1918 Hart ScWfner & Me*
Make Your Money Pay
WHEN YOU SPEND MONEY YOU
SI I0UJ D AND YOU EXPECT TO GET SOME-
THING FOR IT.
THE PROFITABLE WAY TO SAVE
MONEY, LABOR AND MATERIAL, IS TO
BUY HART--SCHAFFNER AND MARX
CLOTHES. EVERY DOLLAR THEY COST
YOU COMES BACK IN GOOD SERVICE.
THEY ARE ALL WOOL AND PROPERLY
—WE SELL THEM—
Ends Stubborn Coughs
in a Hurry
For rw l offectivenewi, this old home-
made remedy tin* no equal. Eas-
ily and cheaply prepared.
FOOT HALL < AMti FRIDAY.
The guttle Friday bulweety Sli*w-
nee and Guthrie is going to be. a
game worth going to see. The Shaw-
nee team has been working overtime
getting in condition, and two strong
men who were in the last rail will
be in the game. Guthrie have this
eason won nearly every game they
have played and they are a good
team. The local boys have been
studying Guthrie's open attack meth-
ods and unless they change tactics
they will run up against a hard propo-
rtion with Shawnee. The game
Friday from all reports will deserve
a big crowd in attendance.
By the Way.
Oh. by the way, what has bocome
of the -
"I shall stand no nonesense from
America after the war?"
He's in Holland, all dressed up and
no place to go.
(First Published In the Shawnee
Daily Xews-Herald. Nov. 14. 1918).
State of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie
\0TI4 K OF HALE OF Cll ATTKI.S
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By virtue of an execution to me di-
rected ftnd delivered, Issued out of
the Superior Court of Pottawatomie.
State of Oklahoma, in an action in
said fotirt wherein Union Stata
Hank, is plaintiff and W. It. Ponder
and W. J. Bsllck aro defendants. I
will on the 25th day of November,
1918, between the hours of jj p. m.
and I p. m. of ihc said day, at the
premiMM about % mile west of M.
K & T. freight dopot, in the county
aforeauld, >ffer at public sale, and
sell to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, tho following described prop
About l,r 00 lbs of cotton, more or
leas, unpicked and in the field.
Said proporty having been levied
on as the property of the said W. II.
Pender, and taken on execution in
favor of the said Union State Ban k
Dated this 12th day of November,
l : 11
TI LLY J. DAftDEN, Sheriff
Uy K V. KIXO. Deputy Shfcrlff.
Influenza and kindred
disea *.:s start withacoid.
Don't trifle with it.
At (!k- first shiver or
ATTRACTIVK III VS.
Shawnee impiovod property.
All modern and can give terms.
5 ruis., garage, 50 ft $1,750.00
5 rma., 60 ft., cast front $2,750.1)0
6 rms., 75 ft., east front 2,500.00
6 rms„ 37^ ft., east front,... 2,000.0v'
!>< rth Heard.
5 rms , 37^ ft., wash room.-$2,400.00
ti rms , 50 ft , fruit, well $2,000.00
6 rms., 50 ft., modern,
5 rms., 50 ft. __ 2,000.00
6 rms., modern. 50 ft -$2,500.00
5 rms . attic, not modem.
70x200 - $1,800.00
5 rms., 70 ft., nr. modern .$1,900,00
5 rms , fiO ft., 400 block - $2,000,00
5 rms, 75 ft , 500 block-.-. 3,000.00
7 rms., 50 ft.. 500 block 2,500,00
6 rms., 50 ft., paved .
LEROY T. TAYLOR
Christmas will soon be be*e for
the boys over there. Make some ne
happy by sending a presort.
Subscribe for tho Daily News-IIor-
a^l It contains all the latest news
of the day.
You ought to bo glad now that you
purdhatetf three or four Liberty
The sovon dlfferont organizations
should tome,in as a good wiuwjr and
help out the boys over there.
YOU CAN SAVE 10 TO
30 per cent on Furniture U you
buy tlii. weok at our Projnvcn-
$50.00 Bed Davenports $42*50
11.00 Iron Beds j,
.3.00 Telephone Stands.
4.00 Sewing I3askots__
BE SURE AND SEE
our bed springs and mattresses,
special at $20.25.
I'KIIKKt T Winl WIIOOII.
Perfect womanhood depends on
perfect health. Beauty and a good
disposition both vanish before pain
and suffering. A great menace o
a woman's happiness in life is the
suffering that comes from some
functional derangement which soon
develop' headaches, baekache. ner-
vousness and "the blues." For such
suffering, women ffiid help in in...
iamous old root and herb 1
Lydin K Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, which for three generation
has been restoring health to womon
of America - Adv.
I? NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLD OR CATARRH j
Apply Cream in Nostrils To 5
Open Up Air Passages.
You'll never know how quickly a bad
rough ran be conquered, until you try
this famous old home made remedy. Any-
one who litis cough.d all dav and nil
night, will ay that the Immediate relief
given is almost like magic. It takes
but a moment to prepare, and really
thoro is ntrtliing hotter for coughs.
Into a pint bottle, put 2^a ounces of
PiiU'x; then add plain granulated
sugar syrup to make a full' pint. Or
you can use clarified molasses, honey,
or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup,
if desired? Either way, 'the full pint
saves about two-thirds of the money
usually spent for cough preparations,
and gives von a more positive, effective
remedy. It keeps perfectly and tasto9
pleasant—^hildien like it.
You can feel this take hold instantly,
soothing afld healing the membranes in
all the air passages. It promptly loosen9
a drv, tight cough, and soon you will
notice the phlegm thin out and then
disappear altogether. A day's use will
usually break up an ordinary throat or
chest cold, ; and it is also splendid for
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, and
Pinex is a most, valuable concentrated
compound of genuine Norway pine ex-
tract, known as the most reliable remedy
for throat and chest ailments.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist for "2V. ounces of Pinex" with
full directions and don't aceept anything
rise. Guarafrteed to give absolute .-at is
faction or money promptly refunded.
The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
All kinds of transfer
work. Nothing too large
or too smsll.
\X'e have taken over
the Red Bail's business.
Shawnee Transfer Co.
1 12 W. Main. Phone 34
HAVE YOU VISITED
TORY SALE? YOU
WILL SAVE BIG MON-
J. C. Wilkinson, Prop
General ■aeli.'ne Shu) W «rl
Phone 263 122 N. Beard
Those pocket photos at Streeter
Studio are nifty. New location. 120%
X. Broadway. 13-2t
Have you helped the Y. M. A A.
and various other organizations yet?
If not get into the game.
On sale while it lasts one case ol
35c 36-lncli Doris Drapery, all pat-
terns, 19c. Deason &. Moody Bargain
See J. F. Dickson at 115 North
Broadway for fire and tornado in
Call fire department when you have
a fire, call J. V. Dickson for Insur-
ance before the fire. 115 N. Broad-
way. Phone 35. (9tf.)
Extra heavy 36 inch Monogram
Black Taffeta Silk. $2.2". grade. $1.85.
Deason & .Moody Bargain Store. 17-tf
in ua/s. Money
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<> ni w on ,wv n p
& for 01:1aro.nn: Tonight fair (>
0 PrlU.iy pWkiTIJ* tKr. Gittim'
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CX.UETT, PEAB (WW o Co. fac Jfrfcri
Ah! What relief! Your clogge 1
nostrils open right up, the air pas-
sages of your head are clear and you
can breathe freely. No more hawk
ing. snuffling, mucous discharge,
headache, dryness uo struggling for
breath at night, your cold or ca
'arrh U gone.
Don't stay stuffed up! (let a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Bi\ltn from j
your druggist now Apply a little of!
this fragrant, antiseptic cream in |
you? nostrils, let It penetrate through!
every air passage of the head; soothe!
and heal the swollen, inflamed mu-
cous membrane, giving you instan: |
relief. Ely's Cream Balm is Just
what%every cold and catarrh sufforer
has been seeking. It's Just splendid.
Insure your livestock agolnst death,
accident and firo. J. F. Dickson, 115
Broadway, Shawnufc, Okla. Phone
A WANT AD will bring results In
82 inch lieaby Biack Taffeta Silk,
$1. 75 grade. $1.30. Deason & Moody
Bargain Store. 13-tf
Have your moncur ready for tlic
War Work committer when they come
a.ound to soo you. I
Hester will buy your furniture ar.d
pay highest liw-Ket price, corner Main
and Beard. Phone 1542. 10-Ct
j I can use a live wire solicitor for
Shawnee and surrounding territory
to represent an old line Life Insur-
ance company more thau 30 years
old with the largest amount of busi-
ness produced in Minnesota, North
Dakota, South Dakota. Montana ant
Wyoming during 11)17 of any com-
pany in America. We have entered
the state of Oklahoma. Get lined ui
I now with a gr^nd oltl Mutual com-
pany. Call for Mr. Maityn at the
j Walcott. Business address. 705 Col-
cord Building, Oklahoma City.
Private shorthand and commercial
school. Individual instruction; num-
( her of pupils limited. Call at room
I 210 Mammoth building. Phone 749.
!*HOTO(tK \PIIS NOT RESTRICTED
Photographs are not in the over
3oas parcel restrictions. What will
please your soldier more than your
photograph? Streetcr's Studio will
please you. New location. 12OV3 N\
Big Sale on new upholstered Rock-1 a
last $5.00 each. Tom Kelly, *220 Kast I
ers. Don't fall lo see them. Willie they j I
Main Street. l-.^t. I
Extra heavy 30 inch Monogram
Black Taffeta Silk, $2.25 grade $1.85.
Deason & Moodv Bargain Store. 17-tf
Roy Jones of Oklahoma City was
among the visitors in Shawnee yes-
NOTICE TO SCO ITS.
Scout meetings will be resumed at
7:30 Thursday, Nov. 14. Everyone
A LEATHER BAG OR
suit case will make "him" an
ideal Christmas present. Buy
now while our 1'rc-lnvcntory
Sale is on.
C. F. AVEKI
N O. Cotton Exchange
104-6 Mammoth Bldg.
COTTON, GRAIN, STOCKS
H. & B. Beer's Private Wires
DR. VAN HALTEREN,
AlgLt end day phono It
Onlj licensed graduate In Hlisw-
llii: Sulc on nen uplioMereil Hook-
ers. l*on*( fail to see iliem. IVlillc lliey
lust $0.1111 eiK-li. Tom Kelly, '.'20 Kast
Subscribe lor the Daily News-Her-
ald and read all the latest war and
The Trades and Labor As-
sembly will hold its regular
meeting Thursday night. Im-
portant business to transact.
^Vlien you want to buy or sell any-
thing call Hester, 1542. Wo cap fit
you ud. I 10-6t
1 want 1,000 men (100 colored men), and I
want I 00 women for Government work at Nash-
vill, Tenn. First class conditions, good wages,
transportation and meals furnished en-route.
See me at once, as 1 am sending a special train out
of Shawnee Saturday, night, Nov. 16 at II o'clock,
Your last chance for a first class position with
your Uncle Sam. Inquire of
C. E. Dougherty,
at the Federal Employment Office,
21 West Main Street.
CIIAS. E. WELLS
Practice In all Courts
I SPRINGTF.X is the underwear
< with a million little springs in its
(abric which "give and take"
J with every movement of the
body, and preserve the shape of
the garment despite king wear
and hard washings.
ll ii thr yrar-around underwear, lie lit,
medium or heavy weight, ;is you like.
"Remember to liuv It-—
Auk Yoar Dealer
I \ UTICA KNITTING CO.. Makers
Sslos Room: 350 Bresiwty, !!cw Vnrt
UV. vtwt W. W.'V,
rk'ltiuK tho bltMni. Yu
M ATTHKSSI'S! M \TTIil ssi S!
Oi'l !;i:trie^M renovated
ijci 'o !>!.; new. New ff>nttro^ 'nude eoiim. invlioritth-.j
lo orde • Nlco hoavy cotton jnattrcss
to? nal i. Frcu -delivery. Phone 134. |
Sleep Ksy Mattress Co. 107-13-121
Thj^ |K>cket photon at Streeter
sflnllo aro nifty. \>w Ioratlon, 120Vy
Mow .'iliont tb it Automobile. I* ft
insured? Call J. I'. Dickson at 116
N. TI road way tor Fire and Theft lu-
uranee. Phone 35. Uo it now.
Little Liver Pills
A Remedy Th.il
CAoutni braid lii.miure
BARTER'S IRON PILLS
V W III irreatly In lp most p l.-faced peurilo
A BSP.NCE of Iron In die
Blood it fbu reason for
many colorle.is facot but
drove's Ti.ttelcM dull Tonic
r«'At«rcs vitality o: it onerrfy by purifying nnrt «
ion fret ht Strength
BIk Nale oil new uplmlslercd Hock-1
ith. Ilon't tail lo ^ee them. While tbej
liiat $•" 00 cacli. Tom Kelly, 2®0 l!;isl
Haiti Street. 12.51.
If you haven't an old ^;lvo
the rubbor in your neck for the can-
You Cannot be
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