Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 82, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 5, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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K A 5 H A O K L A H 0 M A.
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Conl Inued from I'ae Tim)
Luncheon Last Sunday. I
Miss Tlirey:-a Slmnnoa MU a .U
ir'u-L-A ami Messrs. Willie am! I toy Kl j
hike iiml Albeit and Leonard HaAn j
all of wlititn liol'i iiiif.'n U us In tin. Fii ..;tj
National bank were I in' gin-sis of M:'.
and Mrs. !!rn JnliiiKon at luncheon on
Sunday last at 1 1 1 i i" home on Kouiti
ICiKhtli street. Violet ;ia the chosen
flower ami the table iiresoiiled a mom
l'leusiiiL; and spring 1 i Vt i; effect wit.:
(iimiititii'S of these blnssiwrs. An el
ftaiit ctiurni! luncheon was served.
St. Luke's' Guild.
St. Luke's Build ot tin; F.iscop;.l
hurch helil its regular meet in:; on
Thursday afternoon w ith Mrs. Clan e
SifMiion. It was def iiiitely decided to
iiivp the musical tea on tbe llttb ol
April. Tills affair will be Jjoth eUh)-
orate and delightful and is being cnri-
fnlly planned by the guild members
Mm H. M. Ilaille will entertain to-
Ktiild at the meeting next week.
Dances of the Week.
One of tbe most delightful occasions
of tbe week wan thy informal dunciim
party nlven by .Miss Stic True on
Thursday evening at tin; Knights of
Columbus hall. A jolly crowd was
present and H" evening was a siimutar
success. The dance was Kniiefuliy
chaperoned by Mrs. Ikard. I'clicious
punch was served throughout the even-
Miss Olive Mct'lintie and Mish Ami"
Wade O'Neill are t'.ie week end j;uesta
of Senator and. M ih. Thoinua MrMer.-
i ban in Oklahoma City. They were en-
terlained at a box party last evening
at tbe 0 erholscr when I'onci tbe "j-
tnous tenor appeared in conceit.
Mrs. C. S. Walker leaves tomorrow
afternoon for lllnniiisham Ala. to it-
tend the missionary conference of the
.Methodist church. She Is one of the
two delegates who will represent lb-'
West Oklahoma missionary work.
Mes.iaines Hyram and Puncher e
ti itaitied tbe (I. I. A. ladies last Fri-
day afternoon in a most gracious in'iu-
itt r a! 'the beautiful home of Mrs. Jen-
nie Hyrum on Iowa ovetiue. Pelleioui
it-fresbinents were served.
The One Hundred club enjoyed on
of l!;-i (Iclijiiit! ill dunces on Wednesday
eveniiiK at Convention ball. A lare
number of dancers were present and
i re eft !( ia My appr. '-ia!lv if th" ur
tln-Mra music rendered
Mr. ami Mrs. Ford WitheTspni)'!
Unless you've been here to see what a wonderful lot of beautiful fabrics we have to show you
in our Piece Goods Section as well as in our Men's and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Garments. We
always have a great variety of fabrics to show probably a greater variety than any other two
or three concerns in this country. They come from all parts of th3 world wherever fine fabrics
are produced; Europe and America. We also wish to emphasize that our Shoe section is
showing the largest and most beautiful collection of Spring Footwear that was ever assembled
in this city. Remember our watch words are "STYLE Q - .tf Q?
AND VALUE. Our high class mercnanaise is jusl as
easy to pay for as the ordinary kind.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. '
Sei'vicf's Chk-kasha avenue.
Sunday school at d:Ao a. m.
Lest-on sernion at 11:00 a. m.
Tofitrtnonial meeting Wednesday
evening at S o'clock.
Reading room opon every afternoon
except Sundays and holidays from
2 till 5 o'clock.
The public is cordially Invited.
HOLY NAME CHURCH.
Curuer Seventh and Kansas avenu
Itev. I'. Wilwerding rector.
g a. m. low mass.
10 a. in. parochial ma s and ermoi
3 p. in. Sunday school.
7:1)0 p. M beueJitlioll.
On Week Days:
8 a. in mass.
. Everybody -in cordially iiivit?ii to all
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
Con er Kiphtli and Michigan avenue.
H. H. Williams pastor.
Sunday at 11 a. m. the churcb will
o-bbrate the Lord's Supper. Tbe ser-
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Corner Sixth street and leva ave- No evening Borvi''e-
nue. j Coiifinnatien and holy communion
0. Lyle Smith pastor.
Bible school at 9:45 a. in
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ST. PAUL'S EV. LUTHERAN
Gil) Iowa avenue A. L. Kreyling
pastor I'lione CSlt. Ueuideuce C28
Sunday school at 9: SO a. m.
Sunday school at !t:?i a. in.
ConreKsional services at. H)::!o a. m.
Regular niorninB service at 11
I' Afternoon service at. Xorge.
Preaehins at 11 a. in. and 8 p. in.
1 Morning subject "Others."
Kvenlng subject "A Question of
A cordial welcome to all.
at the morning service. Also special
All are cordially invited.
We are specialists in the fitting of
eyeglasses. M. Flatau & Son regis-
tered state optician. it
Mise tieiii-lle llaille and Kffic Wo ;- ! tnun by th" iKistor on that subject. Ail
ten MeHKr. Horace Wit berKpoon uu.l members are KptH-iaiiy reenested to be
1 1 .i try Hendricks were the dinner j there.
quests of f and Mrs. Harry J.udlow rrear'ainc at 7:f p. m Subject
Tliursday evening. i "How' Jesus Won a Soul."
o f Sunday srhool at :: I.". a. m. W. ( .
Mrs. John I.oiik of Oklahoma CP y Kevllle miperititendetit.
"BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER'
Without bmxI ritl hiood a man ha a we.jk In-art am! rwr news. Tlilnns of
the bifKd. or an.t(!rit.t. rommon in yoci"! tnik a well as old. Ew:.dz"y is it
the case with those who work in illy vcntil:.t"d atto-ic-or lhe who ate r.lmt
up int'ttors in winter tr w'ith a c:t!''t(t"C b'.trni.-;g up the o::yt:cn cir t -nittii.il
carbonic (oxidet sas. This blond or bl.J wh.f!i Uikhtiie red b.ood corpufclts
in anaemic ieipie muv iavt t vn ci"4.--r'J hy I.kk ot tood (n.h a:r hreath' 4 into
luntfs. or hy por cteon or dysitet.a. Sotnetinus people ftitlter intense
P'tin over the heatt which is rot luart tiuiwc at a'l but caused by mdtt'. tion.
Whatever the cause there's lust oi;e f.:Kiit 'ML you Can tur.i Iti knowing
that it ha given satUiocti'jn tor ovxr 4) ta:s.
fiOLDEN MEDiCAL DISCOVERY
tf a bioo'i clt-anrt and alterative thit starts the liver and stomach Into vigorous
ar'.ien. It thus assist tite bedv to manufacture rich red blood which t ejs the
heart -nerves brain and ors;.ms of (lie botlv. The orstans work smoothly like
machinery mnnitui in oil. You Uel clean strong and strenuous instead of tited
ivcak nd faint. Nov.au.iys you can ohi.iin Dr. fierce1 s Coldrn Medical Ois-
C'Kerv f aht.:-ts as well as the Lmrd form from all medicine dealers or tablets
ly mail prepa d ia 51 or Luc tae. AJais K. V. i'le-ce M. U. Uuliaia N. Y.
DR. I'lLRCr.'S GREAT ICC8 PAG" ILLl STRATCD COMMON SENSB MEDICAL
ADVlitR WILL E3 REST FR'iF. CLOT.'! BOt'SD F0TI 31 ONE-CEM STAMPi
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LVJLdli hJa t
Will Be at .Hurley's Barn
from this month on
One block west of the old stand. No
barn or yard fees charged on stock of
any kind. Remember May Sale Day
everything sold free of charge to all
So don't fail to come "to Hurley's Barn
Hubbard 6 Hale Auctioneer
and Mr. and Mrs t". I.. McArthur ar
lt:ieMs .of Mr. and Mrs. I'd Stieemi
Mih. McArtliur U also iimons 1 1) !iini..e
Mr. H. J. Hrirwnsnii is etitert.-iittie '
at bnd;:e thi afternoon Tiiit is t'-
fiiHi rt sei iert ef iarti-H hi' !i Mr.-.
Ilrowiijiim will tike !!U t-iirint'
Tim mtisUdl tea lit-li tl.e ladies !
Die K;.!:ic(l(i!il cllUVlii '.Mil glvetl .ill
Apli! IS I!' t.lVe ).!u. e .-it'll..- ill.. i
Mr l' M !i.n .--tt
Mr. Al'jer Mel'rn will arrive licen
mi I. ie i.'.lll ot the rtii!ih fnml iitisweli.i
X. M. It-re lie lias Me-Ht tit.- .u. FIRST
Kcverul intintlis. . J "TUu
o i nor."
I'll" tennis court of the WaMunutun sixth
!!. Y. I'. I . at 0: K p. m.
Kverylmily 1 1 1 i 1 I to liiese service;!.
i Curuer Texas avenue and Ninth
I IJev Cl'rf.inl Tlm-n'.sin. M. A LV
A . !ii:iH:;ter.
! Sund.tv sehord nf n-i")n a m.
i .Mul'Iiillk. "Tile !-;teitinl ( titt 'i iel "
Kveiiitij!. "The First Laltor .Move-
' Junior C. V. S.ieiety at 3 i. tti.
; "!;i"r C. K. at T:'"1 p. m.
j FveryUndy is welcome to our t.f
Little Clinica 'Uonnd Hjb Pol
and Minuesotii. Kev. K. I
lleinhts Tennis club is lieinK imt Itito
nadin. ss mid foon the t-lnb nieetitius
vviii o.'hin. j
Mrs Slriefler and Miss C'leiticnHne j
Shadier ef Fort MhiIWo.i. Iowa rej
i.ie i;net td Air. and -Mm. F. I. j
Ilev. and Mrs. t'. S. Walker will in
teitaln lii.'-lsoit Mou.im ut dinner at tlte
Karly luitei luiiinrrow.
Mi'H. Klltei i:ntcK-l.eeil Ill's us her
:iient her tirofiier Mr. .1. Marvin Catci
of I own.
The JtiMt Fs f'.irlH will meet lint
Kattuday Willi Miss Xaomi Moffat.
'J fis. minister.
Mtiruing fcerviee at 11 o'clock.
Mm-nitis; tlienie "Kau and Jacob. '
Kvetiitii; tie -ii'e "Soinetliins .Mof
About lit-aven and Hell."
Sun iy hihiiul at it: Fi u. tu.
C'lirift Ian Kndeavoi"
jeiiior at I'.: nil p. in.
Junior at i.'An . tu.
Mid-wii k ttleetinsr WetliieHflav Rt S ! f
. nt. I
i If itot woickiltliiiii; elsewhere you
late ttiiJiuliy welcome with us. i
Cure for Rheumatism.
"I Buffered with rheumatism for tw.ij
yr-iirs and tonhl not K''t my rlK'n!
liMiid to my mouth for tnat h nut h ef
time" writes Lee L. ('Iiai'inatt. Mailv-
ton. low si. "I milf'-retl terrible laUi
no I t'l'tild not Klee) or lie sull rt
liisat. Five years uixt 1 bcan tini ii-l
Cliattiberlain'8 Lininicirt ntitjn two
liiontlitt 1 wan well and have not suf-
fered wtih rheumatism cince" For
unle by all dealers. ndv ilfi-w
. EPWORTH METHODIST.
"i'eoiile's Church." - .
Corner Fo'irtli and Iowa.
Ilev. C. S. Walker Pastor.
ttiay school at 1 : So a. in.
F.ishoi) Mcuzon of San Antoiro
Tex ts will itreaeh at both the morning
and the evening hours j
Jniiiir anJ internieiliate leagues at
:; i. u.
Kpworth I.eu.mie at 7 p. in.
Flayer nieetinit Wednesday evenim;
at S o'cloi U.
Siibjecl "Articles I and II of the
Methodist belief;" also drill Bis ill
Methodist 1'olicy and History.
I'.rt body itiviled lo nil our services.
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OUR CHOICE of ANY
SHIRT W AIST
at One-Half Price
xnn.ry- Any WASH DRESS for p r? r. U
Ladies misses or cniia- f nrrr-
ren ONE-THIRD OFF
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 82, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 5, 1913, newspaper, April 5, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727691/m1/3/: accessed February 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.