Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 166, Ed. 1 Monday, July 14, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY' EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKliArtCA-MONDAY JULY 14 1919;
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Relattf to Old I. F. M.
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1 llilnlt 1 would like."
'And what U II?''
Lineman -for wlfetess - telegraph
company." Bojfs'LIf. 7
New Clubs for Old.
Fir: t Yciing Lady (learning golf)
I .our mo wnut Khali I U. now? Thin
Lull i.i In a hole.
tfuccml Young Lady (looking over
a buok of Instructions) Let me
tie. 1 piesuine you will have to tak
a Ktick of the right shape to get It
First Young Lady Oh. ye of
(oun.e. See if you can find one like
a dustpan and brush.
Hard to Learn Golf.
"How long have you played g.ilf?
"About lfj years."
You must play it mighty well D
"Not at all. But after I've playeu
il 15 or 20 years moio if 1 keep 01
improving at the same rate as 1 have
been in the past I expect to be ablf
to shoot a fairly decent game."
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World's Largest Building.
The Vnticnn pulnce nt Home is the
I n vest bull. ling In the world covcrlnc
l.'Ui ncivs but with Its nddltlons mid
enliirpenipnts It was several centuries
In ImlldliiR. The most extensive build-
ing in the world constructed nt one
I line Is the Pennsylvania station In
New York city which occupies eight
acres of ground and lias exterior walls
n. ensuring about one-half a mile. The
rnpltol nt Washington covers 153112
sfimire feet or nearly four acres.
"BUDDY" RA8BERRY BACK.
"Buddy" RaBlerry landed; In (.'hick;
n:;ha yesterday from a hitch of year
und & irilf in France.' He as with
the 80th Aero rquadron In which
orriai)'a!i ;n l.e held u sergoant s
ra.ili. H"J bulled from Franca on June
J ami ii.n lfd In I'hilad' Ijihia on June
25." - His appearance 'aere yesterday
was' )1 m 1 rtret Intimation that liU
j-i '.its lad that he wan In Ameries.
' United Statei of the World.
The day will come when we shall
enll.e not onlv the brotherhood of In
dividuals hut the essential unity of nil-
innnklnd. All are brothers ; all chil
dren of the same father. The barrier
which divide nations are artificial. I
believe the time Is at hand when these
barriers will full like the walls of
Jericho before love's trumpet sum-
mons when the banner of brotherhood
and freedom will float forever Over a
new federation the United States of
the World. Tolstoy. .
Causa for Thankfulness
The first reason for being thankful
I In the morning la that you have lived
in cf the dawn of another day with
opportunities to finish something be-
pun the day before and to begin some-
thing that you may be able to do bet-
ter than you have ever done anything
SUMMER COMPLAINT IN CHIL-
DREN There Is not anything lUe so many
deaths from this disease now as be-
fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diar-
rhoea" Remedy came Into such gener-
al use. When this remedy Is given
with castor oil as directed and prop
er care is taken as to diet It Is safe
to say that fully ninety-nine' out of
every hundred cases recover. Mr.
W. O. Campbell of Butler Tenn.. says
' I have used Chamberlain's Cojle and
Diarrhoea Remedy for summer com-
Oalnt In children. It Is far ahead
of anything I have ever used for thU
purpose." Adv. "-'
INFANT PA8SES AWAY.'
Joe Ann. the three-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Crowley died Sunday evening at the
Crowley home 525 Colorado avenue.
Funeral services were held this morn-
ing at the residence conducted by
iev Clifford B. James pastor of the
Jirst Christian church. Interment oc-
mrred In the Robh Hill cemetery.
Tides of the Ocean.
The Incoming and the outgoing of
tides Is caused by the gravita
tional Influence of fhe moon. The
mrum. so to snenk. draws or lifts the
water from the depths on the same
principle that n pump lifts water.
And us with a pump the water rushes
lit -to All the space left; so the shal-
low water near shore rushes out to fill
tl'e extra space caused by rising of
he wuter on the principle that water
scel Its own level.
Alexandria founded by the world
fonqueror Alexander the Great la an
Egyptian city that Is eager to lose Its
connection with the furaway past and
jecome completely modernized. Fate
Ims favored this ambition for the won-
ders that Cleopatra knew have been
eaten by lire or swept away by the
sen. Alexandria is a city of trade nud
fashion dominated by prosperous Eu-
ropeans too deeply absorbed In the
slock exchange to be even vaguely In-
terested In the romantic side of their
See -the-new mahogany
. VICTROLA $35.00
Others at $G0 and ' $90-
There are others but
the Victrolu is hi a class of
its own. '
J. W. OWSLEY
Cannibal Movie Fans.
New Zealand Maoris native J.av
these Diid the cannibals of the South
en Islands have developed a ruve-
ions appetite fnr the American movie
ars. Their appetite however doesn't
rave blood. They want them on the
HONOR' OF THE DEAD
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Omaha Neb. July 12. One of the
mailt unique memorial groves In the
United State:! Is at Ft Omaha
where the United States Army has
its balloon school. The trees six
thousand of them were planted with
proceeds from "The Gas Bag" the
official publication of the . school.
The. trees are being registered with
iiie American Forestry Association
rf Washington which Is compiling a
national honor roll of all memorial
tiees planted. -
The next of kin of those who died
are marking the trees with the
bronze marker designed by the asso-
ciation. The school drew from all
parts of the country and not. only
wore trees planted at the direction
of Lieut. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest
for those who died but for those
Who are alive that passed through
this camp and "the one at Ft. Cro k
Theie are 972 men on the list ot
dead. .--' ' -"' -"
The hulls and the bears usually take
their lamb with mint sauce Boston
Try Want Ads for Roaulti.
Our Occasional Offertory.
Quite right Clara they 'cull 'em step
fathers becnt.s they make the chll
dten step around.
Express Warn" Adit bnuit ' roaulta.
Tiy Want Ads tur Reculta. '
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC AND DI-
This medicine always wins the
good opinion If not the praise of
those who' use' It. Try It when yuu
nave need of such a rrwi ly.-- Adv.
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FOR SALE Fine Burdap plums 1
mile east of Cement. Come and get
them now. J. C. Wade & Son. 14-lit
' COLD DRINKS . ' i
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Our stock of SUMMER TOILET OOODS'is most com-
COLD CREAM etc
323 Chickasha Ave.
Were ID i amonds!
The farmers of Kimberly were dissatisfied.
They said they couldn't make a living from
their farms. And all the time their children in
the fields were playing with diamonds.
But they didn't know. They thought they
were pebbles. They died poor. '
Lots of people are just like those Kimberly
farmers. They look for Opportunity with a tel
escope in some far-away place' when it is real-
ly so close that they could reach out their
hands and grasp it. i
Don't miss the advertisements. They are
business mines of opportunity They tell of '
values that you might never know if they were
not there to guide you.
Don't miss them. They will save you money.
Y CTkiiCAjsl ia. OKLX.
32-inch . zephyr' ginghaiiis
worth .r)0(! und 65c OQf '
Special '.'J.-.i-l ;
Dri'Kw (jinghaiiiH -in short '
letifllw worth '2"ic. f "7 Vf '
Kpecinl . ----i-V. 2 y .
(Jrcpcs in all solid colors .
worth otic. ' "' OCIfti
(liiifchain cheeks worth Lrc and
Ladies' white lisle hose worth
Special - WWW
BOYS' WASH SUITS
AND ROMPERS; 20
PER CENT DISCOUNT
r Every boys' wash suit and
romper in the store reduced.
$1.00 value ' . 80C
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SALE ON SILK
There are still some good looking
silk shirtings left which we placed on
sale and we are going to continue sell-
ing them. at these prices.
Tub silk' shirtings 30 inches wide
worth $1.75 and $2.00 on $1.48
Pine broadcloth silk shirtings $2.50
seller 7 $U5
on sale l -
NEW AUGUST DE-
. 'v-::-.. ' RECEIVED
We have just received the new Aug-
ust designs. Our customers who have
. givefekscriptions. . for the ."De-
signer" can now get the August copy at
our pattern counter.
New fashions and patterns for Aug-
ust are also here.. Get a fashion sheet
free at our. pattern counter. Standard
patterns;; on sale; exclusively by The
Dixie in 'Chibka'sha.
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It Is Made In Chickasha .ByjJk'&.
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 166, Ed. 1 Monday, July 14, 1919, newspaper, July 14, 1919; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728975/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.