Shawnee Daily News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 4, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 13, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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Electoial Door bells at Wilson's
OverstreeL's special sales will be
Wednesday, Thursday ri 1 Fril-.y.
Slieet music, the latest tiling out
Remington's soda fountain
Running in full blast.
The latest, thing in shift waist
sets at Calhoon's.
Mayor Farral came in fVoiv t^e
west yesterday morH'n<:
•J. M. Remington returned from
the west yesterday.
Wheels for rent, at Wilson's 301,
It's hard to tell which pa rt of the
pity is growing fastest.
W. H. McDonald, representing
a St" Louis millinery establishment
'was in the city yesterday.
Musical Instruments and strings
of all kinds at Calhoon's.
Wheels built to order. Wilson.
Geo. S, Green, a prominent at-
torney of Guthrie, was in the city
yesterday on his way to attend
court at the county capital.
(ten. Blanco has proclaimed and
•ordered the cessation of hostilities
in Cuba, but Gomez will pay no
attention to this.
Yon. see the little fel-
\ low standing on the
I diamond giving you a
t* T ^ ?
: (vl; L'you vnrv (
i Peter's 'Shoes """cu will I —
| bye aad. bye be able to wear diamonds
A Pointer to the Wise is Sufficient.
When yon want foot wear, we can show anything,
Either low or high tops any style or shade.
Truesdale's gin steamed up yes-
terday morning for th • last run of
the season. The whistle had the
old time thrill to it.
The little five year old daught-
er of Thomas Archer died last
night of congestive chills.
L. G. Pittman, statesman, law-
yer „ is kept busy these days in the
W. F. Barnett, the Broadway
wagon yard man, has dug a first
class cyclone cellar for the benefit
'^of his customers.
' The News will in a few days re-
* ceive about $160 worth of new
type, which will comprise all the
latest styles and face«.
No. 12 tviA'N STREET.
Largest stock of wall paper in
the city at Remington & Potten-
ger's drug store.
Don't forget the Kandy Kitchen
for pure home made candies.
Buy the HARWOOD Guitars and
Mandolins at A. Calhoon's.
All kinds of drinks at Reming-
Full cream chcese Scliurtzer and
Limberger. Olive Branch.
Attorneys Cassidy & Cassidy are
kept busy these days with th eir
many cases in court. They have
been employed in fully one-half
'of the cases tried so far this term,
Stroud, the new town on the Sa-
pulpa, is said to be the most war-
like town in the United States.
■ No less than a dozen fights occur
Everybody |has counted up his
Earnings for the last season and
laid plans for the next. All the
calculations do not work out right
4every time, however.
Posters are up over the city call
"ing for 10,000 strawberry pickers
in the neighborhood of Van Buren,
Ark. Shawnee will lead in that
branch of indufstry some da v.
From reading the preident's
message one camuot tell whether
he wants to use the army and navy
to drive the Spaniards out of Cuba
" or to force the Cubans to submit
to Spanish rule.
Hon. L. G. Pittman, BeuClardy
and Robt. Galbraith represented
Pottawattomic! county at the meet'
fcingoftho committee. A trio of
better democrats would be hard ro
find.—El Reno Globe.
The Sunday morning edition of
the Daily News visited more than
one thousand families, and was
read by at least thr ee thousand peo-
ple. If your ad was not in 't, it
, should have beel i .
Remington & Pottinger carry a
complete stock of paints, oils, and
Remington & Pottinger have
their soda fountain running in full
blast. All kinds of cold drinks.
Novoty & Miller pay highest
prices for 2nd hand goods. Will
lend money on watches, or any
STREET, HAMILTON & DRAPER.
Thos. Jones, the Shop Black
smith, is just completing a beau-
tiful residence on S, Minnesota
Wednesday. Thursday, and
Friday will be special sale days at
Overs tree t s.
Seventeen Jewel movement, ad
justed to heat, cold and position
The News has no fight to make
on anyone, It stands for an econ-
omical administration of all public
affairs, both city and county, and
when it sees that those entrusted
with the management of such af-
fairs are recreant to their trust,
will expose them in open and un-
„ , FREE: $ao.eo IN GOLD.
V nil imo* Bicycle,Gold Watch, Diamond
a Ring, or a Scnolarshlp in
. Draughon's Practical Business
a 1*^ 5 fit College, Nashville, Tenn., Gal-
i t" 1 '"veston or Texark.fna, Tex., or
a scholarship in most any other reputable busi-
nesacollege or literary school in the U. S. can be
secured by doing a little work at home for the
Youths' Advocate, an illustrated semi-monthly
iounial. It is elevating in character, moral in
tone, and especially interesting and profitable to
vouaK people, but read with interest and profit
by people of all ages. Stories and other inter-
esting matter well illustrated. Sample: copies
sent tree. Agents wanted. Address Youths
Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn.
f Mention this paper.]
EMBAI A1ERS and
C. J. T. Murphy,
Pianos, Organs, and Sewing Machines.
rJo 12 WEST MAiN STREET; shawnee OKLAHOIVM.
Mr. John ifart, o! Marcus Hook, I'a.,
says: "i have hod Asthma for oil-1 .
years, and spt i;t huudredf o' dillnin o:
it, but one 50-oetit bottle o( Bra/.iliau
Balm has done iuc more j'ood i -.11 <-"* y
thing I have ever used." iiraziliat-
Balm removes the inflammation and
stricture from the throat, making a ]>
Dob looioca Spit and Bmoks Ton Life Away.
If you want to Quit tobacco usiug easily
and forever, bouiauo well, strong, miigni'Uc,
full of new lifo and vigor, take N'o-To-Bai,
the wonder-worker, tliat makes weuk men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,U()0 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of your
rugfrist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or
00 Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
jterling Hcmody Co.,Chicago or New York.
irill I I arc!ware Deal e r
BK LT1N G AN D LUB RICATIN G OILS FO R M ACHIN ERV
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Shawnee Daily News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 4, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 13, 1898, newspaper, April 13, 1898; Shawnee, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc97877/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.