Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 197, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 19, 1914 Page: 4 of 6
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PA0B rOBi " ' ' eilOKAIHA DAI lV E xV K 1 1 ; 'o H I C K A I HA OKL
Buys any $2.50 or $3.50
BUYS ANY $5.00 STRAW HAT
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Best Known tor Better Clothes and Furnishings
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COAL COAL COAL
Time to begin thinking about your
winter coal. Better Coal at a bet-
ter price now than later.
Phone 37 :
Stephenson-Browne Lumb'r Co
Eurelca Springs Water
It's Absolutely Pure
Conveyed through dust-proof tanks and pipes
from the Springs to the bottles.
The water during the process of bottling is
absolutely unexposed to dirt and dust.
Order a 5 gallon bottle today delivered to
your home for
A full line of soda pop all flavors always on hand.
Freeman & Son
- ' Phone 269. -5th and Choctaw. -
Belongs to YOU
No matter what drusrgiata
name ia on it it is yours
and you have a perfect
right to bring it to us. This
is purely a drug store. We
have no fountain to detract
our attention from tha
mjst important part of a
real drug store filling pre-
scriptions. W have reg-
istered men Brnithe best
Wren Drug Co.
"In Business for Your
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Prices on .
Bring some cotton rags 10 the Dally
Express office at once. Spot cash paid;
wool rags scraps sod trimmings not
ExpreBi Want AOS Tiring result.
i I 'II I VjIS- ' .VL
BRILLIANT LAUNimV WOKK
That is the kind we do. uur cmp-
j toners say so. We don't "blow" much
J ourselves. ' We don't need wind to run
jour business; .we put plcuty of steam
; l:ilo it. ' ;
! The result 1st satisfaction all around.
! We got the business and our custom-
ers get the laundry work done as tbt"y
ulsii it done.
We touch your teiulerost spot sVlf-
Interest fk-iid trial orders-' .to thf
fiojal 1ojal Laundry.
. 11 N Third 8tr.l
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One of the biggest fun shows that
has been In this town for many days
was on at the Airdome last night and
it is expected that another large
crowd will be present tonight as the
professor will hypnotize a man at Dar-
nell's confectionery today at 3:30
o'clock and wuke him up at the Air-
dome tonight. If you want to laugh
see this show.
NEW HOME FOR
"The Famous" clothing and gents
furnishing store Is to have a new
home. Work has already started on
the old Midway hotel where on Sep-
tember 1 according to schedule H.
Kohn will move that establishment
and be ready for business with a thor-
oughly remodeled room modern front
and strictly up-to-date store.
Since the first of the week worky
men have been busy with the interior
of the room and the change wrought
by them is beginning to greatly Im-
prove the looks and convenience of
the place. The task is however hard-
ly begun. This afternoon or tomorrow
morning another crew will start tear-
ing out the old front preparatory to
the installation of a modern front and
display windows. Plans and specifica-
tions have been completed for some
time. They call for one of the pret-
tiest fronts on the avenue. The rear
wall of the show windows will be set
back seven and one half feet from the
! line now occupied by the front. With
a door cut in the center two large dis-
play windows will be in evidence. On
each side of the door a large plats
glass mirror will be installed the win-
dows closed in with heavy plate glass
and the top of the entire front is to
be constructed of beveled art glass.
Also the interior will present a most
pleasing appearance. The entire room
is being renovated the wa". papered
and the woodwork repainted. The fix
tures now in use in the "Famous" will
be moved to the new location and re-
modeled. In addition to this new fix-
tures will be added and when Mr.
Kohn gets away in the now place It
will be strictly up-to-the-minute in
Little Jack 10 months old twin son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Melton died
Sunday August '6 at 2:45 p. m.
One of the precious jewels of the
household Is gone and the death angel
has left Its Icy Imprints upon the ach-
ing hearts of the bereaved parents.
Words of comfort fall to lessen the
paugs endured by the family circle s
the golden links are broken asunder
but he who doeth all things well of-
fers comfort to his loved ones when
he chaslinteth. . .
Passed away as the opening bud had
brought the springtime here
Passed away from those loving hearts
That fain would have kept thera here.
But not In cruelty pot In wrath th
Hooper came that day.
Twas an angel visited the earth and
took the flower away.
Buker Kiddle of Rush Springs was
a business visitor in the city today.
Get your harness and
pairing of Wadsworth &
L. T Anderson of Waycross Ga. is
visiting his nephew Ds: J. A. Ander-
son. Remember the "Master Mind" at tho
Sum Thursday August '11. It
Vi T. Elan of Austin Texas id
spending several days in the city the
Guest of Bose Ramsey. j
Roy Engllsn plumbing and heating
contractor. Phone 341. 4-1-tf
A grafting politician pays the pen-
alty at the Sugg tonight.
Tho Ladles of the Maccabees will
give a "T"K" at the home of Mrs. V.
P. Brudley 419 Iowa avenue Wednes-
day afternoon. 8-17-St
Sugg theater coming "The Master
Mitid" featuring Edmund Breese in
five Darts 212 scenes.
Fire! War! Attention! C "Battle
of Waterloo" at Kozy Friday. 8-18-2t
Mrs. A. Hudgins and two children
of Ft. Worth are visiting Mrs. Hud-
gin's sisters Mrs. E. B. Black and
Mrs. M. Coryell. 1
Ford Sterling. Do you know him?
He is at the Sugg tomorrow night Jt
C L. Morean and wife of Oklahoma
City are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Kelley of this city.
Remember the dish drawing Friday
at the Globe store. It
M ' . " "
Mm Torn Bird who has spont the
past' two weeks with relatives In St.
Joe Texas returned last nigut to ner
home in Chickasha;
A free Bible lecture "Present World
Wide Unrest" at chickasha city hall
E'rlday August 21!at 8 p. m. sharp.
Claude Smiley returned this morn-
ing tc Chickrsha after spending sev-
eral weeks in Kansas City in the melon
War 'is hell. See "Battle of Water-
loo' Kozy Friday. 6c-10c.
Mrs. C. S. Walker has returned from
a visit with her parents at alumet
Sufig theater coming Friday "Mil-
lion Dollar Mystery." Don't miss this
J. A. Hallum returned today from
the eastern markets where he has
spent the past several weeks studying
the fall styles in men's women's and
children's garments. Mr. Hallum was
three weeks in New York and reports
the purchase of the very latest crea-
tions in garments for the fall stock at
the vugle Mercantile company.
BE AUTI F Uli BOX OF
Paper. Enve!ope$ and Cor-
respondence Cards. 35c
values for : j
ONLY IS CENTS
'Owl Drug n' Store
Omar Potter of Blanchard was in
the city yesterday visiting friends.
is reported ill at hit
J. F. Guthridge is in EI Reno today
Rev. C. S. Walker is conducting a I
revival at Pocasset.
: C. "Battle of Waterloo." Kozy Fri
J. B. Forbes Is spending the day in
131 Reno on business.
; Great lino of BUits and millinery at
riving daily at the Globe Store. (
See 'The Violin of M. Sieur." Kozy
Chas. Hamilton of Hush Springs is
a business visitor in the city today.
Miss Margaret Helsler of Verden if.
spending the day In Chickasha with
J.iply a cotton cloth wet with Bal
lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds
cuts burns sores or blisters and note
its wonderful healing power. It is
prompt and very effective. Price 2jc
SOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Owl
Drug Store. Adv. d&w
Misses Isabelle and Johanna Duffy
are spending this week with friends in
Alice Joyce. Kozy
II. F. Campbell of Enid Is spend
ing the day in Chickasha on business.
Forward March to the Kozy Friday.
"Battle of Waterloo." 8-18-2t
C. Zimmerman of Naples Is a busi-
ness visitor in Chickasha today.
Something good every day. Kozy
he and 10c. It
D. B. Thompson left today for 'Vyau-
rika where he will spend several days
on business. '"
Remember the dish drawing Friday
at the Globe store. It
' Mrs. Mayo and Riss Rice of Rush
Springs are the guests of friends in
the city today.
War is he. See "Battle of Water-
loo." Be and 10c. It
Miss Cora Wood of Ryan Okla. is
spending the day in Chickasha with
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as ti"t
cannot reaoh the Beat of the disease. Ca-
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease
and In ofder to cure it you must take In-
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken Internally and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surface. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of the best phy-
sicians in this country for years and is
a regular prescription. It is composed of
the best tonics known combined with the
best blood purifiers acting; directly on the
mucous Burfaces. The perfect combina-
tion of the two ingredients Is what pro-
duce such wonderful results In curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
I'. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props. Toledo. O.
Fold hi DriKriR. price 75c.
Take Hall Family Pills for conittnaUon
t a i i o n c r y
The Liver as Aid
To Blood Purity
The Natural Stimulus Re.
quired is Not the Pur-
gative Kind. '
Meat Pill Are Better if Thrown Awr.
Important sa If tn
It should be reinemlemi that auch act kin
(loos not necessarily mean that tlie liver
lias been Rtimuluteu. Tue action of S. S. S.
! a natural liver tonic but not a bowel
mover. It work In the liver celln to assist
in the natural and necessary function of
converting from tho blood certain constitu-
ents into what are known as nsslmllitila
products. These are readily absorbed Into
the body tissues to constantly provide new
and healthy material fur that which la
beine; destroyed by the energy of tissue
The OresencP nf nnv hlnil rmil.!a natnm.
ally suwsts a Khirelsh liver but tlie-.a Is
required those medicinal proiertles which.
Upon reachhit? the liver still retain their
catalytic enerirv to keen nn thrnncrh 4h
blood circulation to do battle with Impur-
ities wherever they may have settled.
Rheumatism catarrh anemia most skin
diseases and other results of Impure blood
while Implicating the llrer by their morbid
Influences are ouleklv checked hv s st s
Its actlod throughout the blood circulation
results In the stimulation of the tissue tells
to the healthy and judicious selection of
their own essential nutriment.
Vou can tret K ft u in nn M
but Insist upon having it. '
Take n chance by permitting anyone to
recommend a substitute. And If your blood
condition is such that you would like to
Consult a Specialist. nHlrea ThA uu.ir e.
yuuiuiuj uo BW1IC lHUK. Atluutii Ga
Of The Town
Mid-Week Service. .
Although the pastor of Epworth
Methodist church is away in a re
vival meeting he desires it announced
that the regular mid-week prayer ser-
vices will be held at tha church thit
evening at 8 o'clock.
Merchants to Meet.
A notice was issued this morning
for til merchants to meet Thursday
afternoon at tho office of B. B. Bar
ton South Fourth street at 4 o'clock.
At that time some definite action on
the good roads proposition will be
taken and every merchant la urged
to be present. .
Presbyterian Mission Society.
The Presbyterian Missionary society
will meet Thursday afternoon at thf
home of Mrs. Duffy 512 Coolrado ave-
nue. The meeting will be called ti
order at 2.30. Mrs. E. B. Teis will act
as leader of the devotional exercises
while Mrs. J. A. Julian will lead in the
literature. The topics for discussion
will be "Young People and Missions'
and the outlook for the coming year.
Returns From Trip.
J. E. Black who left Chickasha
come weeks ago with Ross Cox Albert
Hawn and J. N. Bradley to "do" the
northern rwsorts returned this morn-
ing to Chickasha. "I left the bunch
in Chicago" said Mr. Black. "We had
a Bwell time as far as we went-but
I had to come home to send the gang
some money. When I last saw them
they were certainly going on high
A Good Business for Sale
Owing to failing health we have de
cided to sell our business coal wood.
feed and milling business also horses
wagons Fairbanks scales" etc. We
have the best location for the-retail
trade in the city with good patronage
for each line of the business. Our
mill products meal graham flour
chops etc. are too well known to
need any comment. Orders take up
our output of these products to the
lull capacity of our well equipped
mill. Call and examine mill and utht'r
lines of business.
HEUXDON & CO.
4'Hi Kansas. Phono 813.
Hugh Hale of Mlnco Is attending to
business matters in the city today.
Constipation is the starting point
for many serious diseases. To be
healthy keep the bowels active aud
regular. Herbine will remove all ac-
cumulations In the bowels and put the
system in prime condition. Price DOc.
gold by Owl Drug Store. Adv.
Charles Woods of Acme ia spuhdlii;
hprdayln Chickasha on business.
MOW TO CURE A SPRAIN.
A sprain my be cured In about one-
third the time required by the usual
treatment by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment and observing the directions
with each bottle. For sale by all deal-
ars AdT d&w
We have just received the
patent Cleopatra La Valliere
pump made with two inch
strap fastens on side with
cut steel buckle. The elas-
tic band under strap to go
over instep insures a snug fit
Patent Colt Colonial hand
turn sole French cord bound
bronze fancy buckle made
on medium toe at $3.50.
Patent Colt Mary Jane
strap pump hand turned
sole silk hat band bow with
one inch heel at $2 50. .
From 2 to 4 each Thim day.
Free Instructions. Patron-
ized by he best families in
Chickasha and recommend
ed for health exercise and
Good for second 2-handed
prame free when ac-
companied by a lady
Chickasha Bowling Alley
City Shoo Shop
Cowboy Boots Made.
We fit Mil kiadt of Shot.
Cripple' Shoei Made.
GIVE ME A TRIAL
A. Rose Prop.
203 Chkkahi Ave. H-ll-lmo
WE WILL SELL FOR
Commencing Aug. 12th
This is necessary owing
to the rapid advance in
the price of meats.
CASH MEAT MARKET
Phone 232 '
Guaranteed Repair Work on all Mutical
Inalrument and aewing mi'0ncf.
In Chickatlia to ativ.
J. M. GROVES
With Oadd'a Mutic Store. Ill Chick-
tha 3he. formerly Dunltp Phone 573
CHICHESTER S PILLS
ll A ItKANU I'll.l.K. ff It
yts known .4 lie! !rTfl Alwvt Rt.ha
SOLD BY DRLGGISTS VERWHLRF.
Open Day and Night
Best food well cooked
h a good place to est
3rd door west of P. O.
HAVE YOU SEEN KELLY?
He' the guy that pat est: In dittate
Dr. J. P. Kelly Chiropractor
'Rotenquett Building. I'hont 179.
Call Aniwcrcd Promptly 8-19-lm
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