Shawnee Daily News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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GRAND MILITARY DRILL.
♦ Trades Display and Concert
Shawnee Opera House,
Mrs. J. 1). Richards.
I Recitation, "Sentinel Bird"
Original—Miss Mollie E.Jackson.
Mrs. Oscar Lee.
Scene from Clandions and
* Cynthia—Miss Jackson.
Grand drill by eighty-two ladies.
shawnee news,miss lillie pitman
Sft cet. Hamilton & Draper,furniture.
Miss Minnie Eslick
Shawnee National Bank, - - - Etta F.sllok
BlumentUal Grocery Co., - Enuna Scaivli.
11 F. Potts, mammoth, - Nellie Philips
vfTerstreets sren'l m'd'se - - Wlile Morris
First National Bank - - Miss Anderson
The Aurora Store - - - Mrs. Wood
McGehee & McDanial, blacksmith
* ... Marie Pupe
Smith Bros, gen'l mdse. - - Cora Cole
\V. N. Barker & Son, livery, Mrs, A P Russell
Kandy Kitchen, - - Nellie Simmons
.1 W Druuehon. shoe store. • Ted Switzer
J T Murphy, furniture. - Puttie Griffin
Wallace Mann, tten'l mdse, - Floy Ware
Blakeley & Pernell, 2nd hand store,
Lehman Hardware & Imp. Co.,
R W Smith, furniture and carpets,
Stewart & Sparks, English kitchen,
' - - EraWaldref
F E Adams, queensware and groeeeries, -
Bee Hive, • Leona Bally
Richardson j& Co., lumber, Ruth Townsend
IWwman i Son, gen'l mdse, . Mary Henson
F Grusel, gen'l mdse, - - Edna Cooley
< jpK llarryiT'ii, drugs, - - Clara Rndd
A E Cole, The "Model, - - Murcio Wood
Steel & Perrin, real estate and abstract, -
^ Mary Pen in
Surprise Store, dry goods, - Emily Smith
Mi Calhoun, np-to-date jeweler,
Mrs ('has Logan
ialls Hardware Deale i
BELTING AND LUBRICATING OILS FOR MACHINERY
R. Rockwood of Nevada Missouri
is in the citv
Pure foods at P. 1?. Adams'.
J. W. Lilly of Chandler is in the
Fresh vegetables at P. E. Adams',
M- Elridge of Wannetta is in the
Buy your fishing tackle at the
Shawnee Saddle Co-
The News is first with evoi \ -
The largest tea and coffee dealer
in the city. P. E. Adams.
C. Cummins of Red Cloud Ne-
braska is in the city.
Pine summer lap dusters and fly
nets. Shawnee Saddle Co.
Fred Woodcock of Hot Springs •
Arkansas is doing the citv.
Co to P. p. Adams for all kinds j
of green stuff. I
If you are fond of a good cup
coffee try P. E. Adams.
1 he bridge across the river sou til j —
of town is in a dangerous condition-
The mayor and several -more
went down yesterday a- 1'' 1 ''
and tied it up
II. J' . Coonceof Wannetta is in
•■he city. High water will
him here for a few days.
f'if]uii'e at ,He< ks iind Comjwny'c
Shawnee Hardware Co
Sha\viu ( Prut? (!o.,
Sam Allen, jeweler,
ti F Dean, dentist,
Shawnee Saddle Co.,
Oioycl Lumber Co.,
Harry Mead, implement house,
I- Samuels & < millinery, A
Mr . C L Overstraet
Keller ic Losraft barbers. Nellie Waltennyre
Rodecker & C confectionery and news, -
Chas Logan, barber, - - Mrs DrMabr
Reijii: rf ti & Pottinger, druffa. Ethel Wriffht
\V A Swinney, confectionary, Ethel. Swinney
W E Brooks, photographer,
* - - Catherine Peninfctoire
|j Shawnee Totindry, - - Laura ('oilier
Anchor Steam Bottling Works, Mary Punt
N Logan, music dealer, - .Mrs Osca^ Lee
'.fctrgrave A .l on, photographers; Lettie Boyd
lluppin & Kara eat, livery, - Kate Saunders
1 Thomas A; Smith city meat market,
I Sr.m Re i\ dry goods, - - Miss Gerhardt
Holland Hotel, - - . nolia Craft
I Rorer, grain and flour,* - Viia Brogan
Waters Pierce Oil Co., L. M. Potts, aurt,,
M Crumbier & Co., grocers, - tMiss Dunn
Ilockaday Hardware Co., - Kuby Oratzer
Red Front, livery, ' May Keys
Mr J^ugrrU. n'ujlinery, - X\rat e Morris'
; J Pj8aunders & Son, contractors.
* - - < Jil-tic -yauliders
John Edwards & Son, Bon Ton bakery, -J
; R C Wilson, byciele simp, - Mrs C Wilson
l-din Donohm blar .siuitli, . Grace ttudesoi:
* "ii Av- . II- i . .Mrs .Johns* i
Five and Ten Cent Store, . MrsJll Hi bard
>ir Berry, painter, . . VeniaJVerry
Public School . , Oiiuniv liicjmrv.^
'•ir. Steams, artist., * . V.ida Stearns
shawnee Kolh r Mills, . , Mamie Car#y
shawnee Electric Works, . Nell Ware
Oklahoma Btute National Bank. Adrte Duijlap
I L Crank, attorney at law, , Mel la Dale
Tly New York store, . , nary Milton
( -hoekley Bros., groceries, , Mrs Duxter
•leter & Mooney, livery,N < . fJtfcel Clark1-
m J Legg. blacksmith . . VUmie Boyd
I.inn Bros., lumber (b alers. , " .
tlreichon V«n Winkl-
E Vinnedge, feed store, . Ethel Case
Oklahoma state Bank, , A dell Dunlap
< 'live Branch, confectionary, . Anna Tease
The Ancient Order of the Pyramids,
. * . Mrs Mary sterns
imperial Barber shop, . Epma lieuder*ofi
P Dix, stenograph't and notary public, .
Mrs J lurch
> This part of the program fill
consist of haautiful ittid comic
lableau.vf' 'pantoinimes and Vtij
llicturef of ,-fll drifts repi-'sp.ited,
interspersed by, music, u reading
lrpm Miss Puttie OriRin, and a At n late .hmir 1 ns.t jjj^lit it was
'killing" comic imperso'- ition' l>y i rcj-orlcd th;>t the htidcre be!(>w
.Miss Jaciison. 4 ! COwft was washed a way. Three
Admission 2") and 3."> cents. ' largo hri-fges > otw.-cn lieiv ai d
1 • /'^lahoma Citv ti re -ad to )e
F E, Adams for queensware.
On account of the continued
rain the special sale at the New
York Store for today has again
been postponed. Date will be
Go to F, E. Adams' for
Some poeple would kick if they
were going to be hung. They are
now kicking because it is sprink-
ling a little bit. Let it rain. Old
Pott,i ;itoinie never hud a failure!
So l;.\ix ON.
Hot House Plants,
E. A. McFAHLANI), Proprietor.
Harness oil at the reliable Shaw-
nee Saddle Co.
The modern stand-
ard Family Medi-
cine : Cures the
common every dny
ills of humanity.
i Cash, or Time
Wholesale and Retail Grower of Nursery Stock.
See Me Before Buying Elsewhere.
E. C. ROGERS'
' ' '
The grand Military drill, Trades
display and concert at opera house-
next Monday evening llav i).
Mrs- J. C. Cristeny is very sick
at. her home in the northwest part
of the city. Mr. Cristeny is at
llot Springs with his mother, who
is also very sick.
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"Last winter I had a bad cold uui'1
"• cough. 7 was laaic in every joiut
:id itiU.-.olQ. I was sick and leiL ts
! "tgii i w . coimiu^ <4#wwith typhoid
•-•/or. It was no doubt a bad ca*t| ci
i i: j o. Mr. 5.:. 1'. Hndge gave jue a bot-
:: c ' Brazilian Bala, Rayiug lie- was
■ i'c ii would help me. The relief vac
t instar'aseous. It cnickly
my comrii and took tiic grippe
.. . v!i the pains aii.l aonniess'ont ol
• sysh-o. I give tlie balaiie:' ctf thf
ittle to Mrs lli. Iipp Wiley f(.r
1 liter. It prorcil bo bantfieial
'.e F.-vj- i:«-, t-r intcti<ls to be willioiit
"—liu win Fitz Joiies, C'ncinnati.Oliio.
^l*. J. C- Mahr returned last
night from Chicago where he t-ook
a course of lectures on the diseases
of women and children.
Bai.LiAbd's Snow Liniment.
There is no pain it ^il) not relieve,
no swelling it.w;!l not subdue, n;>
woiind it will not heal, it will 'urn
frost bites, ehiUilains, and corns.
2o & 20c-—Shawnee Drui: Co.
Wo have decided to cit -"" <"ii>
ur ftfek of wlutc lead anil pa '
.1 VII unci see lie and mvc iiVsm.i \
11 <i. B'iu*!.
' "linn j: down tlio utroam. O il
iimerj sa> that ih- water is
liighe'1 'tl'an it, has been kno^n
jf' V loV.t.V \e:i 1
/"> '-.raj: Olliccr.
I r. 11. i'.'J:: •: ;j,r-t-I desire to
comnjtsiul the U-uilsair ><alta publicly.
I fcav« nsc«l if for Co:j -hs, Colds and
C5ore ILroat • :id t. /qui.• I, it.j curative
powers v. - ' -rful. All; yfriqnd; who
have 1_ it b.:ar the s . ae testimony.
It sl?p t.ok the fire outof a\erypainful
buru in a few minutes. It is fio invalu-
able that A b-'th of it- should be ia
every heme in the land.—James H. Hav.
ward, Msjor, U. S. A.
Duplicates all kind - i' ami ! .
And Rebuilds all i.i ; •!,.•.!
Keep on hand ertgn ■ . nun l ine and
UprigHt and horizontal en • .>s 1 hii'ilc:
i ; • httingR of all kinds-
- new and scoond hand,
The City Meat Market.
f t'n* olace \ buy your
r resit goo
OYSTERS IN SEASON.
Shuwnec. Okla >ma.
Livery and Feed Stable.
(iood Ti iuun, Uo'id Tum niti and Promt Attention.
G re U , a Call when you n?od nnj tiling in our line.
\ < Bi ard lloi k>b b;, the Wi tk.
W. Uarker &. San, Proprietors.
B 'nr.! Street, No.
Mr. John Hart, of Marcus Hook, Pa.,
savs: '"I have had Asthma for eight
years, and spent hundreds of dollars on
it, but one' 50-cent bottle of Brazilian
Balm has done tne more good than any-
thing I have ever used." Brazilian
Balm removes the indammation and
: tjdcjnrc from the throat, making a per-
Doa'I. Tooacco Bjlt and Srnoka Yorr Life A*ay.
If you want to quit tobacco using ea-nh
ami forever, beniailo woll, Btronir, mugnetic
fnllcf new lil'oand viijur, tiiko No-To-B:i<,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
slroiig. Many gain ton pound# In tc ilays.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bae of your
vuegist, under guaranioo to euro, .Mi ■ or
.00. Booklet and s;imple mailed free. Ail.
jtorling itemedy Uo.,t:hicaeroorNew Yoi-k,
STREET, HAMILTON & DRAPER.
KM 15AIA1KKS and
Shawnee, - - - Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State Bank.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00
Oi\KJC KKS ! .d HlHtCTOKS.
A. J. DUNLAP, J'icfiident. A. R. I I'M,' P, Vice President
J-F. Rennett, Cashier. \V. 1!. Williams
J, W. Hockadny. R. ,1. OliinU •
Accounts of Individuals, Finns and Corporntifms Soleiled.
Intere8t paid on l ime Deposits.
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Shawnee Daily News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 5, 1898, newspaper, May 5, 1898; Shawnee, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc97897/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.