Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 11, 1908 Page: 5 of 8
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DONT BEIEASTER SUIT-
Finds everything ready for
you. We give you the best
in every particular-in every
variety. The best cannot be 1
A few minutes and a fen
dollars will fix you up for
promenading purposes on Eas.
ter Sunday. We are display- fj
in? a choice selection of the "
handsomest spring suits ever
shown in Chickasha Our j
prices will not prevent your
Easter Filings J
Don't forget your Easter '1
Hat. New Easter Neckwear.
For fie Man Who Cares
New Easter Gloves-in fact
Evervthinor that will en tn
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make your Easter wardrobe "
Bref BVs of City Netfs
Skating at the rink tonight.
Kreltz & Spelcker Funeral Direc-
tors Pbone 643. 1-lZit
E. G. Iiigt'low Bix-nt yesterday In
Oklahoma City on business
Lee Arnold Is now selling fancy
lump coal delivered for $7.00 per ton.
Phone 843. Fourth and Kanaas ave-
nue. 4 7 dtf f
A. m! Britt of .Mineo was trading In
See John A. Detring for farm and
city loans. Thoneee 2S0. 4-1-tf
James A- Vinwon of Rush Springs
spent last night in this city.
Crump Maralla Capsules at your
!rtigi8t't; 60c guaranteed. So tf
Skating at the link tonight.
Kreltz & Spelcker. Funeral Direc-
tors Phone 543. M3tf
Members of the Court of Honor en-
joyed a dance after their meeting last
For'money to loan on first class
city property see A. L. Mordt & Co.
Phone 212. l-4-i mo
Chas. T. Williams has returned to
bis home In Munday Tex. after a
thort visit with home folks.
"Satisfaction guaranteed" Is a by-
word at Neal'g Meat market. Phono
40 end get the goods with the guar-
Mtsu Addie liuffaker Is rertortpd tion in I.a nmVin'a ami Stava v
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Krelu ft Bpeloker Funeral Dlrec-
tora Phone 643. M3tf
Your eyes tested free and glasses
fitted by graudate optician at Ows-
ley's. 4 9 3t
Mrs. W. H. Giikoy i3 reported sick
The big electric sign tells the story
f Neal's good meats. Phone H'i
he facts that is. the meat. 3-2S-tmo
Ice cream delivered promptly to any
point in the city. Phone SC3. D. L.
Let us figure on your bill. David-
son & Chase Lumber Co. E. If.
Murphy Mgr. 3-17-tf
Mr. aud Mrs. Chan. S. Williams are
rejoicing over the birth of a hand-
Rfme bnby boy.
Take your laws mowers to Peacork
for grinding and repairs. 118 Third
afreet; opposite postoflke. 4-6-dtf
Ice cream delivered promptly to any
point in the city. Phone 363. I). L.
J. A. Swilling has an up to date
cleaning and repairing establishment
under the Daily Express office. He
does first class work. Try him. tf
The Midway Is being repapered and
painted this week nnd partly refur-
nished. A beautiful line fancy combs Ea-
rettes and veil pins just In at Ows-
Mrs. A. n. Morgan leaves the first
of the week for Claromore. for an ex-
"None better than Neal's" mca's
lard and seasonable goods rhoue
J( and see how true this is. 3-28-lmo
returned to his former work there.
Prices the lowest know on Edison
talking machines. See our stock be-
for buying. Owsley. 49-3t
Miss Elizabeth Clary bookkeeper
for the Singer Sewing Machine com-
pany is unable to be down town today
on a'-coimt of sickness.
Watch clock and jewelry repairs
same day brought In. Owsley's. 4 'J 3t
Mart Louthan went to El Reno to-
day to attend a meeting of the Okla-
homa Sheriff's association of which
he is secretary.
A complete line of lodge and em-
blem pins rt Owsley's. 4-9-3t
John Tolan has bourht the Inter-
ests ot l'it Toliin. and will open an
Ice depot in connection with confec-
tionaries and fruits.
Special prices on Ilaviland dinner
sets at Owsley's. 4-9-3t
Five hundred of the latest records
out for Victor and Edison talking
machines. Owsley's. 4-9-St
Judge N. M. Williams will leave to-
morrow for New Orleans and expects
to return in a few days with his
For fire and tornado Insurance iarin
loans and abstracts see Sparks &
Greer 1133. Third. 4-3-tf
Ralph Llnck came in thin morning
with a crippled foot and will be laid
up for several days. A ligament was
cut above the ankle and several stitch-
ed had to be taken.
II. J. Miller enrolling clerk in the
bouse came ho:iie from Guthrie last
night to remain over Sunday. He
came on account of the illness of his
broitier-in law J. C. Lyle.
Skating at the rink tonight.
For Clnckaslm and visinity.
Sunday fair and warmer.
Philadelphia April 11. Primaries
to decide the nominees of the vari-
ous parties for congress the state
legislature juages and national and
state convention delegates are being
held today throughout Pennsylvania.
NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS
Proposals will be recxiwd by )ic
Dews city clerk until 2 p. m. -.May 7
1908 for the purchase of $2.1 Ooo of
storm sewer bonds and $;!1vo of
city hall bonds of the city of Chlck-
asha Okia. Both issues of bonds to be
of the denomination of $1000 to ma
ture in twenty years without option
of prior payment aud to beir interest
at the rate of 5 per cent per annum
interest payable send-annually. Cer
tified check for 2 per cent to accom
pany all propositions. Assessed valua-
tion $.1500000; bonded indebtedness
including this issue $330400; popula-
tion 10000. 4-ll-12t
FOR LOAN For her feed one fine
day; that will make 1 pounds oi
butter per day. See A. M. Woodruff.
1208 South Fourth street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
with modern convenieces. 428 Iowa
corner Fifth street. . 4-ll-3t
Skating at the rink tonight.
THERE ARE BARGAINS
In pianos today tomorrow next month
or next year for cash or on credit
from $150 to $1000 at Graham &
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The funeral of Mrs. L. J. Dawson
was conducted at the residence neat-
Union Center yesterday afternoon and
interment occurred at the I. O. O. F.
cemetery in this citv. A large con-
I course of relatives and tnends fol
lowed the remains to their last resting
The death of Mrs. Dawson occurred
Thursday April 9 at 9:23 p. m. after
an illness of six weeks. Everything
possible was done to check the dis-
ease but the dread malady baffled the
most skilled physicians.
Lizzie York Dawson was born in
Mercer county 111. February 3 1882.
There she lived with her parents until
February 1875 when they moved to
Worth county Missouri. She became
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turning Iht connection writ thf s..ii.
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al church at Union Outer. On Feb-
ruary 22 U.Hti sue was married ta
L. J. Dawson one son Waiter was
born to this union. The family moved
to Chickasha in March 1901. Beside
a husband and son two sisters Myra
Graham of Sheridan Mo. and Mrs.
Carrie Irvin ot Kaw Okla. and a
host of friends mourn her loss. Th
Union Center neighborhood will miss
her in every circle. Shu w-ts the
friend of everyone. ' Deeply interested
In all church work an earnest helper
in every good cause the Sunday school
being her heart's work she is a woman
who will live long in the loving hearts
and good deeds left behind.
Umbrellas recovered any quality of
silk at Owsley's. 4-9-3t
OF MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
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Beginning Saturday Morning April 1 1 and lasting until May 1st Car loads of New
Furniture and Floor Coverings have been received and we need the money to pay
for them. Every item in the whole stock bears the same big reduction.
We Must HaVe the Money
Genuine Wilton velvet rug 9x12 $28.50
Hartford Axmlnster rugs 9x12 27.50
Smith heavy Axminsier 21.50
Seamless Brussels 9x12 16.50
Fibre matting 9x12 . 10.75
Good quality Brussels 9x12 10.75
EXTRA SPECIAL 3 patterns 9x12 Smith's
Aimlnsters : 18.00
Heavy China matting per yard 12c
Extra heavy China matting per yd. 21c
The finest 116 warp China matting ...35c
Beautiful fancy Japanese mattings 29c
Hodges celebrated Togo fibre matting 39c
h $ THAT RDD
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Tft FfIt rasP rod and wood
1W Ifim hndi nd pr them to
fw-tW thro lift the cart ofi the floot.wd diaw
iJw buulle toward the boc'y of the cart
A dandy little foldmg cart $1.95
Full reclining rubber tire wheels 2.45
Collapsible cart leather upholstered 7.50
Sole ageno for Foyer & Sterling Collapsable
Large leather seat arm rocker $7.45
Arm chair to match 7.45
Solid wood seat rocker l 7.45
8-foot extension tables : i 12.50
Chairs to match . 1.75
Mission library table 24x40 7.40
See the new line of mission lamps and shades
NEW LINE OF EXTENSION TABLES
6ft. solid oak table $5.00
A 42 inch top hand polished 5 inch leg... 8.75
48-inch top. polished 7-inch leg 11.95
Others up to ; 65.00
Best On Earth
43 pounds guaranteed f15.00
A good one-side cotton mattress 2.00
Both sides cotton 3.00
Springs and cots $1.75 to . 5.00
OLD HICKORY PORCH FURNITURE
Old Hickory arm chair $ 1.75
Old Hickory arm rocker 2.50
Old Hickory arnii- settee $4.50 up to 8.00
Old Hickory rocker settee $5.00 up to 8.50
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OwrtcUUri. 19M bf BiHMhr Ml. Co.
No. 110 Style .$20.0O
No. 140 Style 20.00
No. 141 Style ... 25.00
No. 151 Style 27.50
Na. 142 Style ... 30.00
A eolid oak hand polished dresser 512.50
Others from $7.15 to 65.00
Full quarter sawed beautiful polish. $6.50
Another elegant pattern in quarter oak 9.90
Others up to $25.00
This is a new line.
Large solid oak safe $5.00
A fine oak glass front cupboard 7.50
A splendid quality floor oil cloth per yd.35c
Heavy linoleum per yard 50c
j The best 12-foot linoleum per yard 65c
' Inlaid linoleum per yard $1.20
A good lace curtain per pair 75c
Striped Madras per pair 90c
Battenburg net per pair $2.90
Fine net Cluney edge
and Insertion 4.50
Dotted Swiss 7Dc
Indian stripes good size per pair..;. $2.50
Bagdad striping 50 inches wide 3.90
Solid tapestry Persian borders 4.90
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 11, 1908, newspaper, April 11, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728115/m1/5/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.