Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 126, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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BHICKASH DAILY fXPRESi CHI CKA8HA OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY' MAY 28 -1920 1
feneg here! "Tiie Idol Dancer."
And "Oh how she. can (' dance!"
Al Jon. ilngs at the Kozy itoeliy. '
' Miss Marie Frpernun left yester-
day for an .extended visit with
friends In Dallas and Terrell Tex
Kione society Hems to Miss Irene
liennett telephone 1181. i!li-3t.
S. J. Bucknor mid T. W. K
returned this morning from a hnsl-
iichh trip to MoAlesler
Dr. Martha Bledsoo. residence
lihone ouiged froin 7 1 to 377. Of
fice pJiorio 712. j 9-K4
Pathe News showing the latest
happenings all over tlie world Sugg
Phone society lienu to Miss Irene
Bennett telephone: i-481. 2i-.'!t.
I). W. Oril'I'ith's .remarkable pro-
duction "The Idol nance!'." at' the
DR. H. C. ANTIB OUvce JrtO VlTt
National Bank bldg. PtiGUbB: Office
MO: residence 311. ll-i!2-30t
"Why bo Jeiloii i?" .. See Teddy
Samp.'ion and Barry . lepr it) . this
Supreme comedy.' Sugg ' tonight.' .
C. T. and W. R. Williams of the
Buick sales agency here have re-
turned from a business trip to the
fictcry at Flint Mich.
Plione society Items to Miss Irene
Bennett telephone ilRl.- 26-3t.
. .JL. II.. McGarviu and Shelby Ishler
have returned from a visit to 'the
Buick factory in . Flint-Mich.
Reiibin Cochran and Clarence Tur-
ner have returned from a trip to
K. M.Landrum assistant tate ex
aminer . and inspector was In the
city today. lie attended the com-
mencement exercises nt the Oklaho
ma College for Women lust night.
"Burnt Wings'." a Universal spe-
cial feature at the Kozy tomorrow.
Mrs. II. C. Roberts and daughter
Florence and Miss Anna Wortiilng-
ton returned last night fronn El he-
no They attended the district rally
of the Lady Macabees.
Mrs. Fred Cox and d.iughter Dor-
othy May returned -last night from
a visit In Kl Iteno.
Jim Dillon former deputy United
States m.i rshal here was here from
Oklahoma City yesterday visiting
friends" and relatives and' 'transact-
STOP ITCHING SKIN
Zemo the Clean Antiseptic
Liquid Gives Prompt Relief
There is one safe dependable treat-
ment that relieves itching torture and
that cleanses and soothes the skin.
Ask any druggist for a 35c or $1 bottle
of Zemo and apply it as directed. Soon
you will find that irritations pimples
blackheads eczema blotches ringworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear.
Zemo the ; penetrating satisfying
liquid: is all that' is needed for it
banishes most v skin eruptions makes
the skin soft smooth and healthy.
The E. W. Roue Co. Cleveland. O.
W. L. La rim ore" assistant mana-
ger of the Oklahoma City Chamber
of Commerce was a visitor in Chick-
Our last candy sale until fall; bno
pound assorted chocolates. $1011
value (!!lc. Brownson's drug store.
II. A. Cranwell e!ty engineer left
tills morning for a business itilp V
Summer is here. Our store Is the
coolest in town. . Try your next
glass of soda here. - Brownson's.
Shows begin at 7:15 and 9 o'clock
at the Sugg tonight. Matinee to-
morrow at 2:ir.
Mrs. O. S. Davidson returned this
morning to her ihome .in Walters af
ter a short visit here with her pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Latiting.
Miss Lucilia Lattlng accompanied
Mrs. Davidson to Walters for a visit.
Gaumont Graphic latest news In
pictures. Kozy today.
Mrs. Bill McKay and daughter
Mary Alice left this morning for
an extended visit with friends and
relatives in Teague. and Mexia Tex.
Ham An' a 2-reel Bull's Eye com-
edy with Gale Henry. Keen? I'll
say! Kozy today.
Mrs. M. L. Thomas left this morn-
ing for a three weeks' visit with
friends and relatives In Florence
Luelan Erwin who has been at-
tending school in the east Uias re-
lumed ito Chlskasha to spend the
summer. Lucian is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Erwin.
To Look Your Best
add to your charms the touch of per-
fection given by .
Nysis Toiletries 1
' "With tlie Odor Entrancing.'
Parfum Face Powder
Cold Cream Talcum j
Soap Toilet Water
Owl Drug Store
The Store of Better Service.
; "Once a Trial Always Nyal."
Mrs. Arthur Spearman and Mrs
Ed' Worthington returned last night
from El Reno where they attended
the di.it rict. rally or the L.idy Macabees.
' Mrs.. Kil Este . and Mrs. Veagor
attended the district rally ' of the
Lady Maccabees held yesterday In
El iteno." Tiiey returned list night.
Mrs. II W. Liibman returned last
night from El Iteno where she at-
tended the district 'rally of the Lady
Macabees. ' ' '
Meadames Edgar Welbonrno and
Lnn Burch were uinnng the t'liicku-
sha di'legatIoiik'at the dislrlut rally
of the Lady Macabees In El Reno
yesterday. They returned last night.
Is Your Blood
Hungry For Iron?
Iron Ii The Red Blood Food That Civee
You Strength Energy and Power-
How To Mak Th Teit That Tell
AehiaJ blood treta (how that franc.
luil large number f people who are weak
and ill lade iron in their blood and that they
are ill lor no other reuoa than lack of iron.
Iron deficiency par!yte healthy forceful
ctaon pulls down the whole organitm and
areakent the entire ayitem. A pale fmc a
fttrroua irritable diapoaition a lack of
trength and endurance and the inability ta
itupe with the itrong iftoroua folka in the
race oi life thee are the tort ot warning
avinalt that Nature givea when the blood ia
getting thin pate watery and literally atarv.
ang for want of iron. It you are not aure of
Jour condition go to your doctor and have
im take your blood count and ee where
rou etand or else make the following tela
Jrourself: S- how long you can work or
low far you can walk without becoming
tired; neat tajce two five-gram tablet! of
IMuxated Iron three timea per day after
tneali for two weeka. Then test your
strength again and see how much you have
gained. By enriching the blood and creating
lew red blood cells. Nuxated Iron strength-
ent the nerves rebuilds the weakened- tissues
and helps to instill renewed energy anil
aower into the whole system. "
Unlike the older inorganic Iron product
luxated iron is eaftilv almil -.1 .1...
injure the teeth make them black nor upset
tiie stomach. The manufacturers ijuarantee
successful i.nd entirely satisfactory results
to every puruhsser or they will refund your
cwy. il u dtspaaaed by all aod rtraksuta.
COUNTRY ROAD FABRIC
Buy Greater Mileage
You get gfeoter mileage out of Racine Country
Roatl ' iabric"t'ircS because greater mileage is
factory-built into them. i
Tuiintry Roads" are best for country rides.
are specially built for severe road service.
Extra Tested for Extra Miles
Racine Tires Country Road Fabric and Multi-
Mile Cord are built vvith the extra care that
means' extra miles to you. " Each step in their
manufacture is Extra Tested so that each and
every Racine Tire is of tlie same service-giving
The Racine Absorbing Shock Strip the indus-
try's greatest mile-making development is an
added insurance that you buy greater mileage
when you buy Racine Extra Tested Tires.
Be sure each tire you buy bears the name
RACINE RUBBER COMPANY. Undue. Wu
Thursday May 27 Chlekaalia
Black Cata vs. fil Reno Al'l-Xation.
Vnlverslty Park 3:30 p. m. 25-2t
Expreta Want Ada bring result.
Will sell or make It fty-tlfty drilling a bad bp all n heala slowly If not Iwd'a Snow Llnlmeviit Is apclaOy
1 treated with a remedy that has the
adapted '"for such" ollmmvt. Thrfe
contract on the Southeast
If - ' U t .
01 T.""1 " """'i"'! " ! 30c GOc and 1.20 per ImttH.
(SW4) 10-5-9 Cement; submit offer j power to pcnetrata the tie. . gc by Wren Drug Co.. : i
of purchase or prbpoHltloii for drill-) ' . .
Ing in full to EPyARD E. BACON
409 Frances Bldg.' Sioux City Iowa.
Sellers P or eel ion Top
ifil.OO per week
$1.(10 wv week
DICK'S QUINCY SELECT
The Two (I peat .Summer Drinks
Delicious Refreshing Invigorating
Speciiil nccounf opening snh none sold for ensli. Finest
rnaNty jmrcelion top J'ully guaraiileeii wliite ennniel
base size of lop 2"x40'i.
We niv now wWing 11 liinitetl number of tlie.se tables
for only !ire down mid Hie lialimce al. $1.(10 per week.
Come and buy yours before it is loo late.
W. G. Owens Furniture
We Kxi'liangft New for 01 A Furniture.
117 SOUTH THIRD . ! ;F110NE 385
''!c'plon "'vi'ragps fvr nil oeeasions ;try a bottle and
lie eonvineed of llieir very fine quality.
" Always (be same; always Rood; always liealihful.
Chickasha "Bottling & Creamery Co.
PHOrfE 2C0 418 20 CHOCTAW AVE.
CHICKASHA OKLA. ; '
I Ladies Silk Spprt;kirs ;
20 Percent Disconnt
t. . . . .
$17.50 ; Skirts on salelJRQO
$22.50 Skirts on sale. $1800
$25.00 Skirts on sale.- $20.00
$27.50 Skirts on saie.- $22.00
$30.00 Skirts on sale $24.00
. $32.50 Skirts on sale $26.00
$35.00 Skirts on sale $28.00
III Ladies Spring Hats Price
Every spring trimmed liat in the store goes
nVpne-linlf of (heir ori;jnnl )rien. . Pattern
Hats are Includedi Mid-siimjner 'Jl ijuii'- and
Ti'c'ghorii hats are not included in tins' sale.
$5.00. Hats on sale $2.50
$fi.00..IItK on sale. . $:((.)()
$7.56 JIats on sale ..... $3.75
!(i0.0( jr.-ils on sale .; $4.50
$10.00 Hals on sale $5.00
$12.50 JIats on sale $6.25
$15.00 JIats 011 sale . $7.50
$17.50 Hats on sale $8.75
$20.00 Hats 'on. sale $10.00
$25.00 Hats on sale. . $12.50
Now is theTime to Buy Children's p Ladies'
Oxfords and Pumps
$4.05 Oxfords on sale r.$4.45
$5!)5 Oxfords on. Wilv.. $5.35
Oxfords on sale $6.25
$7.45 Oxfords on sale.. $6.70
$8.50 Oxfords 011 sale. $7.65
$0.50 Oxfords 011 sals $8.55
$11.00 Oxford's 011 sale $9.90
$12.00 Oxfords. on sale $10.80
$14.00 'Oxfords on sale l. $12.80
. $1 .05 .ft i pp;rs ; o n sa le7 ".
$2.25 "Slippers oil sale.. ....
$2.50 Slippers on sal (!..
$2.05 Slippers on sale
$:t.25 Slippers on sale
$.'5.50 Slippers 011 sale ..
$:j.95 Slippers on sale $3.55
$4.50 Slippers on sale $4.05
$4.05 Slippers on sale $4.45
MEN'S WORK CLQTHES-BARGAIN BASEMENT
Glen's heavy lilue overalls not union
made on sale pair ZIL.l $2.00
Ffouiildhoil'sp 1 lieav'K 'lilue overalls;-
wortlf $:i.50; on;'sal J.-!..-ri.- $2.85
Men's trood licav'y blue work shirts
worth $4.75; on sale ...! $1.25
wren's Athletic union
$1.25; on sale
Men's cotton lish
pair on sale .
ose. worth 20c
Men's mulehide work shoes worth
$4.00 on sf'le .. $2.95
Men's Elk work shoes worth $5.00
on sale . $3.95
A big complete stock of men's work
shoes; all' going at. 10 per cent discount.
Men's Odd Pants
$5.00. Pants onsale.-.p... $4.50
sB6.n Tants 011 sale ... $5.45
$7.fK) Tants on sale!. $6.35
$S.00 I'ntils on sale.l $7.25
$0.00 I'ant on sale $8.15
$10.00 1'ants on sale. $9.00
$11.00 Tants on sale $9.85
$12:50 I'ants on sale $11.95
$14.00 rants on sale..... $12.65
$15.00 rants on sale $13.45
$17.50' Ints on sale $15.75
Opportune Savings On
Mens and Young Men's Suits
TJight now you can purcliase your suit' at thc Dixie at a
saving vyoHh while. Quality clothes lailored by high class
iaifrs--Ki;ippeuheiriier and Fitl'orm are included. Don't let
this opportunity get Tiwav from you'.' ""' '
$25.00 Suits for . ' $21.75
$3000 Suits.for $26.95
$40.00 Suits' for $35.95
$5000 Suits for $44.85
$55.00 Suits for' $49.50
$60.00 Suits for $54.85
$65.00 Suits for . $59.85
$70.00 Suits for $63.75
50 men's genuine Palm Beach Suits
wortji $20'during- this sale $14.75
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May the 29 Is the LastDay of Our Reduction Sale
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 126, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1920, newspaper, May 26, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728198/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.