Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 269, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1920 Page: 3 of 10
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1920.
PROGRAM T BE
GIVEN AT MEET
J. C. limwn ot 1'orusset Iruu.s-
iKttil business in Chickushu tutluy. j
Audi H(orue. J. 11. 421 Kan..;
Miss (!rnc Colby of Diim-nii in -vIsiliiiK
hi'i- mollier Mrs. K. K. Col-
by find I'uiitily in this cily.
(l;is and olei-tric bills are due and
payabH- at the .cnnpa.iy's oHIve on t). .llB Urady t.011aly T.;lcUera- a.sso
or Dpforo t lie lUtli liniess paui me
Sessions Open Thursday Cvening in
Christian Church; All Teachers
In Grady Are Expected.
! Short Stories
1:30 p. m. address "How our
Schools Should Tench Americanism'1
J. F. Hatcher principal of i'lilckushn
Junior high school.
Addrcsb "Vocutional AgrlouUiire
Work in (irndy county" A. i Hous
ton counly faun agent. j
(leneral Instructions to Teachers ' .Postpone Meeting
a i. r. Allen county supennlendent
of public instruction .
Accused Asks For
Change Venue For
)i)iitititff iir 'it':
ot the town1
' In tlio petition linking for u '
cluin.ne of venue the petitioner s:'ys '
STATE NEEDS TEACHERO.
"t liarlio Joluison of lawful
I)elii flr.sl duly sworn on oath d
MarriaKo licenses were issued yes-
terday to: Kd Kircber ago 21 of
I Kl Iteno and Alls Carrie liuidette
I'rugruin for the annual meet ins; i 1S. of I'ocasset. J. ('. .Meadows
n'e 02 of Tipton and Mrs. Mattie
j l!ennett( age 41 of Cbickaslia.
'harli's Johnson hcinsr held
the (Jrady county Jail on a c!ia";; '
of assault with intent to kill .1. T.
Colli'iis. I own inur.slial of Alex bn.
Tho meeting ot the Women's Mis-)llsked fM. u HwiiiKf of '.'cnae from
iionary society of the Methodist 1 justice Marshall 'court 'at ltradley.
church seluululed for tomnrrow af-1 Attorney for" the defense - and
Thursday of next week it whs an-
nounced this morning. The next ine 'l
iiiK will be an all day prayer service
according to M'.s C'hes.iv v.ovan act.
lias been postponed until prosecution have agreed l'';ice the
case in the justice court of Kd t'oyl".
at. liusli SpriiiKH. Pale ot the prelim-
inary has not been set.
ciatiou was announced today by H.
liavable at the company's
further notice. 8-Ct Allen county superintendent of
. public instruction. The meeting'
Miss Myrtle Meek of Amber vlwit- openn tomorrow evening at T::!'l
cd friends in Chickasba today. ; o'clock in the First Christian church
. " i and will close Friday evening.
"Ciiarantcod" all service. (1. H. V. j.;vorv school teacher in Grady
CARD OF THANKS
county is expected to attend tho
j Mrs. De Vore Sings.
Opcnng the program nt the Itinch-
i eon given Grady county Ked Cross
1 ' workers yesterday in tin' dining x'oom
We wish to thank our friends and ' of the Karly hotel was ihree vocal
neighbors for their kindness during solos by Mrs. P. M. De Yore who
j the illness and death of our dear! sang "A Howl of Kobcs"; Christ in
I wife and mother. Also for the beau-' Flanders" and "Just a Wearyn' for
Norn in Okla. Nov. l'l. - (lig i
school ami grade teachers for snlarie i
ranirliiL' from .tI2." to $17." are lii-i u;:
In 'poses and says: that he is dofendant i . . .o
. ; sought cont liuuilly at the I nivrnlty
;; in the above entitled cause; Dial on of Oklahoma by superintendents and
account ot lias and prejudice ol (tie riclpals from various parts of Ok"
above named . Just ice of the peac ; Mn :na. Quite a number of supn.-.
against him lie verily believes that inteudeuts attending the Honi-om-
be cannot have a fair atul impart ial j K -; l.vveeu the Seiners and
trVil before said justice of .the peace Cnlversity of Kansas N'ovcinbe.'
and asks that the venue of said ; wl.- constantly on. the lookout
cause lio chaligi'd to some other ju - for teachers
tlce of the peace as by law pro-'
Fxpross Want Ads firing Itesulfa
Item hers' meeting County Superiu-1
Dewey Neal student in the Uni. I ltMullllt AUtm (.ciiired today. Mow
versity of Oklahoina at Norman is Uuul Un.eu hlmill.t(l ttacllers ur.
MbimiB 'a. u.m ihu.ov --... employed in Grady county schools
a majority of which institutions will
Used Car bargains. G. 1!. W 8-:5;bo c8(.a fol. tIl0 luwting loro this!
H. A. Muse of the 'Cosmos I'etro.
! The program announced by hup-
letlin company left yesterday lor a i . . . .. .
' . i erintendent Allen follows:
business trip to Duncan and points:
I Thursday- Evening 7:30 O Clock
in e.as. Invocation Jtev. Wendell K. Fos
t i l'n I flower offering. j You." Tho numbers wore -well re
signed) A. F. UIIOWX ccived by more than fifty workers
AND CHILDREN.' who attend tho li.nchemi.
New Telephone Directory will go !
to press soon. Arrange for changes i
bold face type and advertising at
Address of Welcome T. T. Monl-
i gomery suiierinlenuenl l tuckasn i
Address Hon. K. 11. Wilson stale;
superintendent of rublie. Instruction. ;
."Musical numbers Chickasba Mai;
Address "France After and During
W So!"1" War" Prof. Paul Rochet. iMcm-
lw... ..I- Mn ni.-.il.i.i ('.OlMfn. tv
Walter Cain lias accepted a posl-! Women faculty.
lion with the Wren drue comnanv ; Announcwnenls--B. P. Lewis. sup-
Clyde Kelley. of the Chickasba j
Kealty and I'.rokcruge company trans j
ucled business in Duncan yesterday.
Duy all weather tops. G. 1!
Amber school -
and president of the assoejalion.
"Good Night" Chickasba mii'e
Friday Morning. ;
Address "What the American T.e-
rl.i ytfitwlu Vfii-" iTlt- T. K! I'lnl.'Ul- I
Address "Train'ng for Success" -
G. W. Austin president of the Okla
homa College for Women.
j Selected Music -Dklaboma Collej.
F. M. Lyginbyhl local oil man trans for women stud mis.
acted business in Duncan yesterday. ! Vocal solo Ana lielh Ronnie.
I Violin -solo Mrs. D. G. I Tarn
here. H has been connected with erintendent of th
a drug store in Lindsay for several
men I lis.
Cleaning by an expert. G. 15. W. 8-1!
Judge M. D Libby or Kl iteno is
transacting business in Chickasba
Open night and day at G. H. W. "
Save that anli-Creeze by bavin1;
that leaky radiator repaired at the
J'eerless Radiator works lit Kansas
Rev. Jt. L. Owenliy presiding elder
of the Maugum district. Methodist
Kpiscopal church visited friends in
Dr. W. II. Cook is in Marshall
Mo. where he was called hy the seri-
ous illness of his mother. He is ux-
j'eited to return to Chickasba Frida.'.
Vocal duet - Ola Harris. Myrtle FI-
der. Address I)v. L. X. McCash. pros;
dent of rbillips University. Enid.
Tiles 2(1 per cent off. G.
Express Want Ads bring results
r m M 1 .1 t
1 C. A'
Cleaners and Dyers
Opposite Post Office
Sounds Like The "Good Old Days!"
Wlien slliir ;in1 st rce -en r rides sold l'.r a jiDiey
for ti woniiiif 1o lie nlile Id Imy gofxl. Iioim-sI sileit-
ilidly .slyled shoes at -
$8.00 and $10.00
At I hose prices we offer I lie popular Tun and
ninek .Military heel walking oxfords niediiim and full
loo and Tun and ISI;ek Calf and Kid " I UiOt ! I' KS' '.
Also Tail and Hhick .Military liecl Walking I'.-ots.
Altnfjellier. ;in iniporliint conlriluit ion I o ward the
"lower cost of living."
THE FAMILY SHOE STORE
All work guaranteed. Acetylene
welding a specialty. Call or write
Phone FBX 1030 or cans
u- -v.: V' a. .
sMsmniifc'iii lllHtfl I p
Vi&ZiVWg Whether you intend buying for your
A ti ! v j -C. T- II 1 n. ..... .
i vx ''M$yffl s9lt or as a gnt there is nothing- more sen
sible to choose than a Diamond. It's value
over of ireciius
when your Rhisses slip off and breaker
send the broken pieces lo us and
isol new lenses tnitkly or let uig
Mip your eyeglasses with a mount- 5?
iiiK that will prevent their slipping off. j f
Can 's Optical Parlor In
42' Chickiislia Ave. IB
' J'lioife 333 for Appointments
There is it dignity in Diamonds that if possible surpasses
Mounted alone they are attractive.
Arlixtirally coinliinrd and tastefully mounted with oilier slont
personality of the wearer.
Our special designs of individual character will appeal In every
AVe irtinrnntoe the (iiality. ;
Our specials $20 to $65.00.
Blue White and Perfect Cut. 14 k. Mounting $85 to $185.00.
Gems of wonderful brilliancy $2-. 40 to $1200.00.
The larger part of our diamonds were purchased a year ajro. the prices you will find
10 .to i!( per. cent lower than the largest dealers.
J. W. OWSLEY Jeweler
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NOW FOR THE DRESS NEWS
100 Dresses at a
An exceptional underpric-
ed purchase by our N. Y.
resident buyer did it
It will interest your when
you will see the prices.
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THE morning's first invigorating w ;if7 rs1
"whiff" of "Old Thirty" Coftcc brings fyatil 'yt4i ( 7
light to the eyes and a smile to the face. W"y r7
Fresh from the Tropics it crowns each day t j ' .
with a healthy appetite. v"eJ! ' y
At Your Grocer's &S :k-x-rZZS
Belied 2 tablespoons TI IE ALTOM GOODS . t. -- . " "J
CrHr-- "Old Thirty" Coffee. 1 measuring cup I kuiiJ' ftfZ-jr t?" i
coiie arJ v. pin. hoilin W3tcr (or cr;lch cup
coflcc. Boil 7 minutes steam 3 minutes. Stulf clean paper ft1' t.'jfV
in spout as collcc boils. Tlus will save the flavor. JV i
TIic Alton Mercantile Company ' v r'-A-1ri? v'd'ixi '
EniJ Oklahoma 'vT S Ufcf
Otlicr puj-c f.ioJs uriJcr TME ALTON kCM UW'A :":--
CtK)DS label Include Teas h-.i' yV'i'.V.-;i'-.
Spices Peanut Butter Ha- - JmI-' ."i.'ili' f
iwS-t vorina Extract Rice Sea ' X-t 5"-' Vi?''?? ".5."-! .
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SIGNIFICANT I c . ' Xglf'f 'iw;
"The American llouscteener- ?' Ril ?'V
6r.y5: -Cotlee ts ot freat value- SX 'MHf X3SJi51l.'-a. V'--i i
amulaung but not dcPtcssinS. tsSAf - 1 .H
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 269, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1920, newspaper, November 10, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728240/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.