Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 242, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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P A 0 E TWO '
CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
The County Fair
Only a few more days and Chickasha and
Crady county will hold its first organized County
Fair with all sections of the county working for
better stock raising better farming and better
seed and to encourage the boys and girls in
their club work.
The First .National Bank has joined the
movement and stands ready to lend any assis-
tance possible for a great County Fair.
Surplus $ 60000.00
Gsrn Lingers! Uso '
"Gels-It" and Snile!
Corns Come Bight Off Clean and
Quick ! You Needn't Limp or
Fum With Your Conn
- Any More I
Wlial's the ubb of spoiling a pood
time for yourself by limping around
with fierce corns? It's one of th
caBlt-st thlnpn ill the world now 10
get rid of them "tlets-lt" does It
Order Your Fall Suit Now
M AND BUY IT AT HOME
Suits Made to Order $15.50 and Up
TATMAN THE TAILOR
218 Chickasha Avenue
"Tho. Corn. Coma Right Off Cfcmn At a
Wlmtlo. by U.mg CU-ltl'"
tho now way. That's why "Oets-lt" has
IV. COHII) tho corn ri-mwly of Aumrlcii
the lilnirit scllinn coin rpmndy In the
world prof or rod by nillliouii. Do you
rrimiulxr tlmt toH-i'iitiug Brilva yoj
tried thnt Mtioky tape that toe-
bunilllnir bnnduee the Kouqrint' you'vo
done with knives ruaora find Bcissorg?
Well now foret them nil. No mora
fnttfina. no more Diiln. Whenever yon
I use Hlinple. easy "(lots-It" the corn
la doomed sure. So la every cnll'is
wart or bunion never cuu torn
or callnsps it tniikea them grow thnt
nmcli fnnler ami Increase the diinatpr of
blood polxon. Mo cutting la liecoswiry by
using 'Uets-rt" Uko It toulgUt and tinU
your corny cxlxteni-o.
"tleta-lf Is sold by all druggists.
2r.c a bottlo or sent direct by in. '
THE NEXT BEST THING TO THE
PINE FOREST FOR COLDS IS
1 .-. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey which goes
1 the very root of cold troubles. It
.'ears the throat and gives relief from
i1' at clogged and stuffed feeling. The
j les have ever been the friend of
; a In driving away colds. Moreover
pine-honey qualities are peculiarly
j i'eetlve in fighting children's colda.
i member that a cold broken at the
j:!art greatly removes the possibility
of complications. 23c. Adv. d&w
BILIOUSNESS AND CONSTIPATION
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel-
ings caused by biliousness and consti-
pation when relief is so easily bud
and at so little expense Mrs. Chaa
Peck Gates N. Y. writes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles of Cham-
berlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation." Ob-
tainable everywhere.--Adv. d&w
Express Want Ads Bring rasv.l t.
Find Roosts in Chimneys
Swallows after a day spent in
skimming tha air and catching in-
sects will seek a roosting place at
night. TheVhlmney swift soars about
until after sunset and then suddenly
durts Into some chimney. These birds
have very sharp-pointed claws and
cilng on the sides of the sooty flues.
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT.
"A customer came into my store the
other day and said to tine of my clerks
'Have you anything that will cure dlar-
rheoa?' and my clerk went and got
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy and
said to him 'If this does not cure you
I will not charge you a cent for it.'
So he took it home and came back in
a day or two and said he was cured"
writes J. II. Berry & Co. Salt Creek
Va. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Something that every woman is interested in! A
Demonstration of the Wonderfully
Wonder Washer and Wringer
And a chance to get one FREE.
First Get the Date in Mind Friday September 10th.
From 2 o'clock until 3 o'clock p. m.
We invite all our friends and patrons to see this demonstration knowing:
that you cannot help but be benefitted by the exhibition The demonstrator
from the factory will be here and lower the world's record for fast and easy
washing. He will take streaks out of dirty shirts in less than a minute and do
more work with less work than you ever saw before. If you would lighten your
chief household burden see this demonstration. You also are entitlfd to a
chance at getting one of these wonderful washers FREE by the following content.
Question Do you use a Washer? Yes No...!
Question Do you want a Washer? Yes No
It entitled to participate in the Free Drawing at Buie & Wallace Chickasha
Oklahoma Saturday September 1 1 th.
During a grand demonstration on that data one of the WONDER WASHERS
will be given away to the person whose name is drawn at close of the demon-
stration which begins at 2 p. m. Heads of families only can participite and
person whose name is drawn must be present at thfc drawing.
This ticket is free and not a premium for any transaction.
Arrangements can be made to show customers in their home if orders are
piven soon enough. Come! Don't Forget! Mark the calendar and count on
seeing and learning something worth while about easy and fast washing.
ON LABOR DAY
County Clerk Newman acting iu ca-
pacity of Cupid so far forgot that .Mon-
day was a holiday and that he was
entitled to a well-earned rest that he
promptly responded to the calls of two
happiness-desiring mortals wishing li
censes to wed.
In addition to all this Clerk Newman
further acted the purt of the good Sa
maritan and went forth into the by
ways in search of a minister of the
gospel to act as officiating medium In
lhe wedding together of four loving
hearts. However all preachers of
Chickasha seemed to be on pleasure
bent or else "hiding out." This being
the case Mr. Newman was forced to
report with a captive justice of the
peace whose services the happiness
seekers were forced to be content.
Those licensed to wed Monday were
Matthew Holland 3t" Mountain Park
Okla. to Miss I'orah Burkes 24 Rush
Springs; Js-om M. (luthrie 40 to Miss
Belle M. Hopps 27 both of Manitou;
Clarence E. Reeves 21 to Miss Minnie
Lou Marshall 18 both of Tuttle.
This morning Clerk Newman issued
a marriage license to ' Raymond B.
Teague 18 and Miss Ada Blanchard
18 both residents of Crady county.
The bridegroom-to-be being under law-
ful! age his father accompanied him
and gave his written consent to the
Hours. Open from 2 to 6 p. m. and
from 7 to 9 p. m. Sundays 3 to 5 p.
m. Bhone 1124. New fiction received
at the library:
Brebner Turbulent Duchess.
Sedgwick The Encounter.
Deland Hands of Esau.
Harrison Captivating Mary Car-
stairs. Corelll Treasure of Heaven.
Phillpotts Brunets Tower.
Porter Pollyanna Crows Up.
Parrlsh Molly McDonald.
King Let Not Man Put Asunder.
Willsle Still Jim.
Atkinson Johnny Appleseed.
Little Houst of the Misty Star.
London Valley of the Moon.
Wilkins A New England Nun.
Wilkins A Humble Romance.
Cable Creole Days
Hill Sunrise Valley.
Bennett Old Wives' Tale.
Harrison Angela's Business.
Jlannerman rattle Black Sambo.
Bemlng Indian Child Life.
Francis Cneerfut Cats.
Grover Art Literature Readers and
Pyle Careless Jane.
Barbour The Lucky Seventh.
Gates Land of Delight.
Finley LHtle Bird Blue.
Sharp The Whole Year Round.
Dyer Sleepy-time Story Book.
Gllman Robert E. Lee.
Johnson Captain John Smith.
Sutcliffe Robert Fulton.
Williams Squirrels' Pilgrim's Pro-
gress. Richards Captain January.
Warde Nancy Lee.
Madison Peggy Owen.
WIggin Timothy's Quest; Polly
Singmaster When Sarah Saved the
Barbour Harry's Island.
Lee A Freshman Coed
nilehrist Helen Over the Wall.
Brown Little Miss Phoebe Oay.
Baylor Juan and Juanita.
Rurgess Boy Scouts of Woodcraft
Aldrich Thv Story of a Bid Boy.
Duncan Billy Topsail.
Seawell Little Jarvls.
Orey A Young forester.
In man -The Ranch on the 0::hido.
Rolt Wheeler Boy With the U. S.
Foresters. " '
Egglestcn Hoosier School Boy.
Earl Captain of the School Team
Curtiss Story of Cotton.
Samuel Story of Hold and Silver.
Bassett Story of Lumber; Story of
How hot Top Hats Are.
Tests with thermometers have been
made to show bow unhygienic men's
top hats are. A thermometer kept in
a top hat sho'ved an inside tempera-
ture of 90 degr when the outer air
stood at 77 degress and of 108 degrees
when the temperature rose at hoon to
30 degrees. Iu the evening there was
a temperature outside of 68 degrees
and Inside of 88 degrees.
And we honestly believe that
is the !est hair tonic on the market
GOc a bottle. Bold only by us.
H. J. prownwn
By ELLIS ROBINSON.
Hilary fitted into the adorable gar-
dena tall shape lithe slim blue
swathed to match the splendid tall
larkspurs and the nodding Canterbury'
bells. A delicately pretty girl full of
intangible subtleties she could not
get over the surprise of finding her-
self at Barton.
Her hosts the Barton-Fairs.had a sur-
prise Of another sort over her unflut-
tered acceptance of luxury. They knew
very well why she was there. They
bad made much money. Money In
turn had made them socially aspirins
particularly for Tom and Phyllis
son and daughter of the house. Hence
the transplantation of Hilary Fon-
taine from the plnchlngs of genteel
poverty to the ease of lavish wealth.
Hilary was gladder .for Aunt Pam
than for herself. Unless she too had
been asked Hilary would not have
thought of going. But the Barton-
Fairs had been anxious to have the
stately aunt Aunt Pam's only and be-
loved nephew not yet thirty but al-
ready a man of mark was coming
home to visit his people. Fontaine Dab-
ney had the double distinction of be-
ing silver tongued yet golden wtae
for though be stood like a lion for
the poor he had no antipathy for
riches. ' '
Mr. Barton-Fair had known all this
long before he kiifew the Fontaines.
He was entirely of his clever wife's
mind that Providence had made ready
in Aunty Pam's young people precise-
ly the right mates for Tommy and
Phyllis. He was prouder of his chil-
dren even than of his fortune. ' ''
Aunty Pam liked Phyllis even ad-
mired her although by contrast she
did make Hilary's April fairness ap-
pear a trifle wan. Tommy had won
the elder Miss Fontaine's warm heart
earlier than any of the others.
"You nice boy! Please don't ever
grow up!" she had said to him after
he had inveigled her into a long ride
in his car a feat which theretofore
she had declared Impossible. After-
ward she had confessed to Hilary that
she should have thenceforth to think
better of all rich young men.
Naturally she was very happy at
Barton. She sat in a garden chair
positively beaming as Tommy and
Hilary went up and down the long
border cutting flowers. Later when
the flowerB had been properly placed
a kibor of Joy for Hilary she said to
her niece: "Really Tommy is one of a
thousand. Fontaine even couldn't do
It better being so much the host he
is not a bit the gallant. I hope Fon-
taine will like all of them here they
will be such good friends to you two.
But there I won't talk."
"Best not. Aunt Pam. Walls have
ears how much more piazzas and
things" Hilary laughed moving oil
quickly. She knew what It was Aunt
Pam hinted at her darling plan to
match niece and nephew so that when
the family glories were again reful-
gent they should be concentrated not
Fontaine knew it too and both had
been acquiescent rather than eager.
Hilary had even fancied she cared for
him having seen hardly another man
of marriageable condition.
She began now to think of him
great deal if the truth must be
spoken to keep herself from thinking
a good deal oftener of Tommy. The
latter certainly did not show signs of
being 6tricken but somehow now
and then something in his eyes blue
and innocent almost as her own -some
note in hia voice although it
spoke only commonplaces stirred her
as Fontaine's look and speech had
Hilary was eager yet reluctant to
see her cousin. Aunt Pam had let her
know indirectly hat she felt It in-
cumbent to let th good Barton-Fairs
understand their prospective rela-
tionship. "It will be more dignified
entire frankness" she had said.
Hilary wanted to protest to beg for
silence at least but the habit of obe-
dience was too strong.
So perhaps she was no more than
properly sympathetic when Just as
Fontaine was due Aunt Pam devel-
oped a toothache bo violent that It
swelled her face grotesquely and kept
her out of view for full three days.
She would see nobody but the maid.
When upon the fourth morning the
invalid came down to breakfast con-
valescent she found awaiting her the
surprise of her life. Standing her
stateliest self as she saluted host and
hostess she began with an air of
finality that did great credit to her
dignity: "Let me announce to you the
betrothal of my niece and my nephew."
"Why Aunt Pam! Are you a clair-
voyant? However did you find It out?
We only knew itou' selrea ast night
and have Just told the authorities"
And there he stood with an arm
about Phyllis while Tommy grinning
like a happy gargoyle gently tweaked
Hilary's ear. In a twinkling the Bar-von-Fair
elders were either side of the
Speechless woman madam hugging
her paterfamilias shaking both her
hands and declaring not quite stead-
ily "We we couldn't ask for any-
thing better. The good Lord must have
sent you to make our cup of blessing
To this day Aunt Pam's wonderful
prescience is among the dear tradi-
tions of the Barton-Fairs and their
descendants. Hilary perhaps could ex-
plain it but she keeps a golden si-
lence. (Copyright 1915 by ths McClurs Newspa-
No burglar will break
into your house a n d
s teal your money
IF YOU KEEP IT AT
V f .
t Capital and Surplus - - - $125000.00
We pay 4 per cent in-
terest on money left on
time certificate of de-
posit which we 'issue
IN ANY AMOUNT
Small Accounts Welcomed
We extend to he man and woman of small
means an invitation to open an account with
us. There is no discrimination shown depos-
itors -but the person with a $50 account re-
ceives the same treatment as the one with
thousand s. When email depositors have Sur-
plus enough to make an investment in a high
grade security our advice in the selection of
securities is at their command: For people
of small means who desire an absolutely safe
place to keep their money we offer the ser-
vices of our Bank.
And to all who wish to do business
with a financial institution which
treats ail its customers alike we of-
fer our services.
The Farmers Slate Bank
The Chickasha Hafional Bank
The Chickasha National Bank
T. H. DWYER Pres.
ROY C. SMITH Cashier.
The Modern Garage
Only machinery equipped garage in
the city. Store battery charging plant.
Full Line of Accessories.
323 Kans: and 207-11 So. 4th.
Phone 908. Phone 98 after midnight
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 242, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1915, newspaper, September 7, 1915; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729162/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.