Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 157, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY JULY 1 1920.
M'-. (mil Mrs. liny I ! r:ul slin v . oi
.Muskogee nie expected in (lie city
iH'xl week In spi'nil s. vciiit days ve-
iling friends mill relet ives here
Save yum- trees. Spray now. I
Will unr.iy ye ir trees very i- i i i -
niiii' I'liiinc (;::: it. ;h;i;i
lluyukawa as ii Spanish hull fight-
in "The Brand of Lopez" Sugg
1 Every uewly-wed should s "Ev-
erything but the Trui li" Kozy today.
Outstanding baseball tickets must
be validated by Saturday night or
they will not he honored at the gate.
Bring tickets to Chickasha Bottling
end Creamery company Choctaw
avenue. O. 1. Ilallowell Business
Special allraction with Kddie Ly-
ons and Lee Moran Ko.v todav.
In aildiiion in the auto aluiidry .
liorlh of ytml office we have opened j
a Ford repair shop and are now j
ready to do all kinds of Ford repair ;
work. Our slogan is prompt service
Mm we guarantee all work. Storage '
$fi per nioutli one free wash a week. '
.1. Hood. I'rop.
Ilellcioiis cake and cream to he 'Mr.-'. S. l.rnokcr Is reported ill at I
reived by ladies of i lie l'resb.vlerinn h'r home Ull South F.ighth street.:
finilil on the lawn of llie church j
Thursday evening .Inly I. I'rice is Mrs. M. H. F.vlns returned to her!
cents. 2!l 111 home in Rush Springs yesterday at'-!
visiling her son and daughter ;
Sugg theater today Sessile Maya- Krncst and Pearl Kvins NIL' Choctaw I
kiiw'a in "'I'lie Brand of Lope!. avenue. ;
Have your trees. Spray now. I Oul. landing bnseln.ll tickets niiist
will spiny your trees very reason- be validated by Saturday night or
ai:1 '. ('hone c;:! R. li : -1 t. they will not be honored at the sale.
.-Bring tickets to Chickasha Bottling
and Creamery company. Choctaw
avenue. O. .1. Ilallowell Business
Mrs. .1. IS. McCuiiv anil daughter
Pauline of Oklahoma City are spend-
ing the week as guesls at llie V.
V. Itlaidiburii home -
' .lames Unison left today for Lin-
Mr. Properly Owner don't lose coin Nebraska where be will spend
money by Idling liugworms ruin your ihe suiunier with friends and rela
tress Wn Killuin Quick Phono HX8. lives. lie is the sou of Mr. and
1!S 51. Mrs. .1. A. Unison.
Mr. and Mrs. I!. T lleiiho and fam-
ily exi"cl to leave today for a visil
in PL Worth Texas. They will
inal.e the trip overland.
Oui. standing ba-eba.ll lickels tun .i
be validated by Saliuday night or
liny will not be honored at the Kale.
Bring tickets to Chickasha Bollliug
and Creaihiery company. Cboclaw
avenue. O. . Ilallowell linsiness
Manager. :!--) t
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Lmler rehired
esieiday from a. visit with friends
and relatives in Tulsa.
They loved like iluy lieil. See
Lyoiis-MoriMi in "Kvryhing bill I ii
Truth." Kozy today.
Let us help you lo heller vinion j
Pxa in i na I ion free. Minuet! Optical i
l.'o. fins First National Bank libit;. i
Hi-nnie .'.'Jan key small :.on of Bher- j
iff and Mrs. Mall Saiikey is viiiiliilg
friends and relatives at peer Creek
"The lira ml of Lopez1' a ( liril 1 iiiK
Spanish play with Sessile Iluyakuwa!
as an outlaw bull fighter. Sugg the-'
Spanish dflncer. outlaw bull!
lights and other sensational tea-!
tiires -in the play "Brand of Lopez"
featuring Sessiie ' Hayakawa at the
Sugg today only.
Oil Cook Stoves
fefsEipafif was m 1 Ti
QlPl I If!
The Puritan Cone
titl-t.i ijiner com-
-. tiit 'hi I replace J : !
Jee oj charge if it
burns out yvith':n
5 years from date
HAVE plenty of spare time for the "thou-
sand aml-onc" extra things you have
always planned to do use a Puritan Oil Cook
itove and Magnolia Safety Oil.
Your Puritsn keeps the kitchen clean and
makes work easier. No fire to build no dirt.
A clean hot flame like gas. Just set utensil
in flame change heat as needed to low
medium or hih. The automatic wick-stop
Get a Puritan for your kitchen spend more
time out of the kitchen.
CooJ dealers everywhere etl Puritan Oil Cook StvJi.
Aik about the S jeur guarantee or 'write Jur the fret
THE CLEVELAND METAL
7600 Plan Ave. Cleveland O.
Dealers Note : The Magnolia Petro-
I leum Company distributes the Puritan
in vour territory. Complete stocks
are rvailable at convenient point.
Huyakawa SeBsue Huynkawa
StiRg t!ieatei today only.
Hot 'weaker is hard on teething
babies. They suffer the combined
miseory of heat pain and stomach
disorder. McGch'b Baby Klixir helps
I the little sufferer through llie trying
period by correcting; the Btoniach :
: and bowels. I'rice 'j"ie and line. Sold
! by Wren Drug Co. 1
Delicious cake and cream to be
nerved by ladies of Ihe Presbyterian j
Guild on Ihe lawn of Ihe. church :
Friday evening. July 1. I'rice la :
cents. . L'!l-;it i
There is nothing i" tin whole list j
of flesh-healing remedies that can
approach Liquid Horozone In the
rapidity with which it heals cuts
wounds sores or scalds. It is a
marvelous discovery. I'rice 30c fi()c
i'.nd $l.L'd. old by Wren lg Co.
GAME -TO -TW NS
With Two Down In Eleventh Frame
Three Walk Fatal; Hayes Pole$
tiomer With Two On; Petti-
tigrew Goes In Box
Special lo the Kxpress.
Ft. Smith July 1. With two dowu
In the eleventh inning throe walks
in succession by Miller forced the
winning run for Ft. Smith over the
pan and the Twins won ti to a.
In tne fifth Hayes for Chickasha
poled one over the left field fnce
with Kiltexmiin and Neusel on the i
paths. The straights that the Chid;- j
asha pitching iitaff is in was shown i
by th fact tin
1 look a turn in
! Xeusel cf
; .McMutlen :Mi .
Kennedy if .
I Hayes c
i I'et tigrew p
Shirley s .
i Heynolds lib .
j Kraft p
I Kitterman lb .
Leininger ss .
Koslercki c. -.
it Munager Pettlrw
the box hlntself.
AD It II I'O A R; Sclunldt
Rolf p 110 8 0
Dodsoti p o 0 0 0 1 0
Deason p . j o o l) 0 o
x I 0 0 0 it t
..a 11: o u
i n o a i '
I! 0 0 2 0 0
' :i 4 2
a o it l
.j; it ii i i
i 2 '.'
4 ii :i 4
2 (I 0 0
4 1 .1 ID
..41 il i i 2;
. I II 0 II 0
Score by Innings: u it n
Chickasha tmti i;'l (HiO imi 5
Ft. Smith 100 lit) Oil 016
Summary: Two base hits Hayes
Shirley Zunlgha Leininger. Throe
base hits Mueller. Home run
Hayes. Hit by pitched hall Key-
Holds. Paso on 'halls orr Kolf . off
Pettigrow 1. off Kraft 1. off. Miller
:i. Struck out by Itolf 2 by Dena-
smi 2 by Pettigrew 1. Sacrifice
hits McMullen 2 Davidson .'1 Stol-1
on hasns ..Reynolds Mueller (2) Da-
vidiion Parker. Hits off Holt ten. j
a runs in S 2-3 Inuiugs off .Dodson j
2 in 1 inning off Denason 2 in 2 in-
nings off Pettigrew (J S runs In 4 !
1 0 ; 2-3 innings off Kraft 2 1 run in '
....a 0 0 2 0 ()!2 Ml Innings off Miller 2 1 run in J
.' 0 0 2 0 0 j 3 2-3 innings. Time 2:20. Umpire j
4 0 0 4 0 0 ' Flood. i
GOV. ISSUES PROCLAMATION
Oklahoma City Okla. Governor
Robertson has Is.aiPd a proclamation
urging Oklahomans to observe a
sanp fourth minus the old fasniieied
explosives that usually result in i as-uulties.
14 ::2 in r.
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207 West Second street Oklahoma
City. Seo machine at Dally Express.
Better Meats That Cost Less
aste - No Ice Needed
e) Always Tender
Meals Areiit Hig
HoW to B
WDIAN PACKING CORPORAT0
IF you could lower your meat bill 15 to 25 it
would seem like old times wouldn't it? Well you
can and have as good or perhaps better meat than
you are now getting by cutting out the cost of the
waste and trimmings for which you pay. The way to
do it is to buy cooked Council Meats.
Why are they cheaper than uncooked meats? Only'
because Council Meats are fine tender prime meats
and nothing else no waste no trimming. And besides
much of the weight of uncooked meat is .water water
that is lost in cooking goes off" in steam.
Yet you pay for that water at the price of meat. Being
cooked there is no excess water in Council Meats.
They're all meat meat you can eat no shrinkage.
That's why their use will lower the meat bill at 'least
from 15 to 25. And remember only choice fine
tender cuts skilfully cooked and seasoned- are ustxi for
Council Meats. Start saving today. t
INDIAN PACKING CORPORATION
y CoauuMn' Building Chicago HI.
For 5 70c
Roast or Boiled
Thai's i wl'ol;
pounds oi jnutton
no hone or waste
more than enough
tor a family of
heavy eaters and
such mutton ten-
der choice and
prime. Heady for
the table after heat-
ing the can in boil-
ing water for a
few minutes. Com-
pare its price with
the cost of uncook-
Tripe with milk
For Ji 371I.c.
SelcrKd iripn conk-
ed lo a toothsome
tenderness ' 'with
rich fresh milk and
canned that is all
that's in a tin of
Council Tripe. It is
a splendid dish
just heat it :.nd
serve plain. And
think only 37M-c
for Ihe lie. at dish
of a meal! Serving
it frequently is one
way to lower the
cost of meat.
For f) 0(5
trnfruo well cooked
and perfectly sen-
Roned then chopped
fine. Keady for de-
)r for serving hot
on toasl. For luiirh-
Wns or picnics or
after theater treats
this potted tongue
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY f FRIDAY SATURDAY
For 5 COc
Primo steak the
very best chopped
fine. Just enough
union for flavor
cooked lo a turn
iherr's a real meal.
It's all in one
lare can of Coun-
cil 1 laniburger
Steak and Onions
i ;ely for the table
xcept for warming.
For 5 50c'
choice meat spiced
to a zeslful dilica-
:y those are the
ingredients of Coun-
cil Sausage Meat.
They are cooked to
a turn ami are rare
good eating. He-.
sides. Council Sau-
sage Meat is eco-
n o ni i c a I beyond
Oven Baked Beans
For 4 2oc
A largs can of
oven baked beans
co.sting a quarter
is a meal in itself
and note that tho
Council Beans are
genuine oven uak-
"d not steamed or
boiled each bean
is therefore mealy
delicate tender and
whole and digesti-
ble too. Council
Beans are as good
cold as hot either
with or without to-
For 6 80c
Sugar cured ham
cooked right then
ehopperd fine and
mixed with delicate
seasoning that adds
to that rich ham
flavor. Serve on hot
toast. For stuffed
Pgy.s or green pep-
pers or just plain
find this ham delicious.
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Seven delicious economical ready-cooked meat meals
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 157, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1920, newspaper, July 1, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728077/m1/3/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.