Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 3, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 3, 1920 Page: 3 of 6
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CHICKA8HA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1928.
T t HVI
Frank Lindsay left for Oklahoma
City where he went on business.
Mrs K. K. Potter is spending the
week-end at her farm near Cogar.
The Daily Express wants clean cot-
ton rag3. Highest pt ice. tf
Mrs. Fred Frey and children have
returned from their holiday visit in
Dewey Luster leaves tomorrow for
Noiniau where he Is attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sigmon leU
ilhis morning for a visit in Chicago.
They "will ibe gone ten day!;.
Drown Moore has returned from
his vacation which was spent in Kan-
Raymond Collins was a visitor in
Anadarko last evening.
DR. II. C ANTLE-
N'ational Bank bldg.
-Office 210. First
Mis.es Tlieoanl GertrKdo Morris
of Blrminghain Ala. are the guests
of their uncle A. V. Chali'ant.
The first show starts at. 7:lf; sec-
ond how at !) o'clock. Sugg tonight.
Mrs. J. T. Elder and daughter Miss
Xala returned today to their home
in Enid after visiting friends and rel-
Special attraction Sleeping Lion
'Wallace Thompson returns tomor-
row to Norman wlier he will re-
Kiime liis studies in the OUlaliom.a
Sleeping Lion wKh Monroe Sails-
bury Kozy today. '
Mrs. L. D. Major will entertain
the Forty-two club next week. The
members are requested to 'phone the
hostess before noon Monday.
The Sleeping Lion with Monroe
Salisbury Kozy today.
Wyatt Dell Reuben and Homer
Cochran Garner Collums Roy Neal
Neil Fox Oscar Crofford and Jack
O'Leary were the dinner guests of
James O'Shea last Tuesday evening.
Mutt and Jeff cartoon comedy Ko-
Joe Dickerson whose home is in
Edmond is in the city on his way
to Norman where he is attending the
Vaudeville at the Sugg next Mon-
day. The Giersdorf company.
Miss Ruth Williamson has return-
ed from Oklahoma City where she
has been the guest of friends during
. Arl Darry is spending t'.io week
end in Ft. Cobb with friends.
Miss Alta Vickers leaves today for
Oklahoma City where she will spend
Sunday with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammerly will
go to Oklahoma City tomorrow where
they will attend the production of
Miss Marjorie Cochran leaves for
iter school in Norman tomorrow.
Mrs. M. A. Stoddard -who lias been
visiting her daughter Mrs. Bernard
Daird left for her home in Oklaho-
ma City yesterday.
"The Beast" a Fox feature witli
George Walsh. Sug gitoday.
Haskell Bingham of Wichita Falls
Tetfas leaves the city tonight for
school. He attends the state uni-
versity at Norman.
Coming Olive Thomas in 'The
Follies Oi'l. Sugg Monday.
Mrs. J. S. Rlackmon emtertained
Mr. and Mrs. L. Erlich and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hammerly at dinner on
the evening of January second.
Tathe News showing General Per-
ching being greeted by relatives and
friends of hist) yohood days as he re-
turns to his native town. Sugg to-
fMr. and Mrs. Ceo. L. White of Pu-
eblo Colo. are in the city visiting
I Ml. on.l Mn inn V U'h tn
. Mrs. W. B Preston and daughter
Opal have returned from Enid and
Kingfisher where ithey have been
spending their vacation.
Henry Wootten George Livermore
Marsden Austin Miles Mays-and Vic-
tor Wolverton leave today for Kem-
j per Military academy.
Lady w gentleman agent wanted
in Chickasha for Watkins Famous
Products. Watkins goods known ev
erywhere. Big profits. Write today.
Waiiyt&s Co. 8o Winona Minn. It
.There will be a special communica
tion of Chickasha lodge No. 94 A. F.
& A. M.' Saturday evening January
3rd 192(1 for work in ithe E. A. de-
gree. Arthur Mend W. M.
"Struck Out" a Supreme comedy
featuring Teddy Sampson. Sugg to
Mrs. L. Erlich leaves thi.i evening
for the eastern markets where she
will purchase spring goods for the
Miss Isabel Erlich loaves today for
Chicago whore she will re-enter a
girl's school. She spent 'he holidays
here with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
On account of building being rent-
ed we are closing out our groceries
regardless of cost. Also fixtures.
Mrs. Dai noil 423 Kansas Ave. 3-1 1
FOR SALE Brooms direct from
maker to consumer. Call at 912
Iowa and inquire for E. M. Swaggart
or at his shop on back of lot. Spe-
cial rates on half and dozen lots.
INJURED BOY BETTEB
Reports from the Chickasha lios-
uital this afternoon w;ere to the ef-
fect that T. W. Salisbury nine-year-old
boy who was injured in an au-
tomobile accident last Saturday is
showing some improvement. Physi-
cians did not indicate that he is out
of danger hut simply stated that he
Shows Results In
Increase of Work
Atlanta Ga. Jan. 2. Increased
extended activity in the evangelistic
department of t'he Baptist Home
Mission board has already been in-
augurated as the result of the sac-
cessful conclusion of the financial
campaign staged by the Baptists of
the south during the first week in
Deteaibtr. This department always
one of the mist important is being
given particular emphasis according
to Doctor D. B. Gray corres-
ponding ecrr'ary and executive head
of the board.
With ti-.e corps of evangelists and
singers considerably augmented it is
possible to conduct evangelistic cam-
paigns in several sections simulta-
neously land policy is being fol-
lowed with marked success. A se-
ries of revivals in the Panama Canal
Zone under Ithe direction of Dr. W.
W. Hamilton superintendent of the
department of evangelism will be
one of the features of the January
program. Dr. Hamilton with J. W.
Jelks a singer will spend the entire
month in Panama where Ithe home
board conducts extensive religious
and educational activities. Return
ing by" way of Havana Cubx lie will
inspect the Baptist mission plant and
college at that point.
Evangelistic campaigns are also
scheduled for Tulsia Okla. - Rich-
mond Va. Gastonia- N. C San An-
tonio Tex. and Birmingham Ala.
These revivals will be co-operative
amoig the Baptist churches in each
city as is the case when the'board's
evangelists visit any given communi-
Ity to assist the local pastors in Kieir
campaigns. In Birmingham seventy-
five Baptist churches will participate
including several in the suburban
and rural districts. Many associa-
tional campaigns are also scheduled
for the next few months.
The evangelistic department now
includes' thirty-five workers includ-
ing singers but additions tare being
made as rapidly 03 suitable selec-
tions can he made. It is planned to
have fifty evangelistic workers in
operation by the itime the Southern
Baptirt convention Iholds its 1920
meeting in Washington D. C next
M;ay. - t.
Nine-room modern residence at
92S South Fifth street; new; furnace
cistern and cementeiL-baseinent; spe-
cial price and easy terms for quick
sale Mike Crowley. Thone 865.
of the Town
Call Meet of Star.
The Eastern Star will hold a call
meeting Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in
the Masonic hall.
Girl Is Born. . v
Word was received here today that
Mr. and Mrs. E. Scott of Enid are
the parents of a baby girl. Mrs.
Scott is Mr. and Mrs. "V. 11. Bros-
Pythian Sisters to Meet. .
The Pythian Sisters will meet
Monday afternoon at 2:30 in the K.
o? P. hall. Thero will be installation
of officers.. All members are request-
ed to he present.
Boy Breaks Arm.
While endeavoring to crank his
Ford night before last Buster With-
ers poon who lives about two miles
out from town broke his arm. The
boy went home and to bed without
saying anything of the accident. In
the morning it was learned that he
had broken bin arm. He was sent
to town and the arm was set. The
boy is getting along nicely.
Word has been received in Chick-
asha of the marriage of Ros.i Cox
former county clerk of Grady coun-
ty and Miss Irene Shaver of Okla-
homa City the ceremony being per-
formed in the state capital on De-
cember 24. Mr. Cox has a wide cir-
cle of friends here. He was county
clerk wiien America entered tho
war. He resigned his position and
entered the service. Ho entered as
a private but. was promoted to the
rank of first lieutenant before the
clo:-e of the war. fie was .stationed
at the dope of the war on the Pi-
cific coast in the air service. Mr.
Cox is now engaged in ithe automo-
bile business with J. 13. Holloway
formerly of thi:i city. THeir head-
quarters are in Oklahoma City.
To Ministers: Copy for
Sunday announcements should
he received at this offfce not
later than Friday afternoon.
Compliance with this request
will be greatly appreciated by
printers and publishers. Ed-
Iter. - .
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HOLV NAME CATHOLIC
Corner Seventh and Kansas Ave.
Rev. P. Wilwerding Rector.
Early mass at 8 a. m.
Late mass at 10 a. m.
Evening servico 7:30.
Always glad tf) have you with us
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Services at till) mwa avenue.
Reading room. No. D07 fifth floor of
First National Bank building.
Sunday school at 9:43 o'clock a. m.
Lesson sernaon at 11 o'clock a. in.
Subject of lesson:. "God."
Testimonial mooting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Free reading room open to the
public every afternoon except Sun-
days from 2 to 5 o'clock p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
attend all services.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Eighth and Michigan.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; D.
W Beets superintendent.
Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m.
Sermon morning and evening by
Uev. Mr. Alcorn.
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 0 p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
all these services.
WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH.
Corner Eighth and Michigan.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p.
J. E. SCHOW
217 Chickasha Ave.
The record list below will play on your
phonograph. Emerson Gold Seal 10-
inch record; all 85c each.
''YoiiM Po Surprised" character song Eddie Cantor
"I Usi'd'to Call Hop Haby" dia racier song Eddie Cantor
"Wait 'Till You Get Them Vi in the Air Boys"
. Song - Irving Kaufman
"Sonic Day You'll Waul Me lla.-k" song... Chas. Hart
"Maybe Some Day You'll Remember" song Henry Dnrr
"Golden Gate Open for Me" song Hart and' Shaw
"Where -the Lanterns Glow" fox trot The Palace Trio
"You'll Be Sorry" fox trot i Tito Palace Trio
"Virginia Blues" fox trot Louisiana Five
"Lead Me to It" one step Louisiana Five
"The Suicide Blues" song Arthur Collins
- "Alexander's Band Is Back In Dixie Land song
j. Premier American Quartette
"Sing Me to Sleep" tenor solo Henry Burr
"Hunting Song" song Keed Miller and Lone Bogers
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles song;
"Beautfiul Ohio" song. "
"Saxophone Bines" song- J;J': Ernest-Hare
"Sonie Beautiful Morning I Ml Find'-Yon in My Arms"
song : Ernest Hnve
"Ob What a Pal Was Mary" waltz Ml Star Trio
"Tomahawk" one-step Emerson Military Band
"You Don't Need the W iiio 1o Hnvo n Wonderful
Time" Eddie Cantor
"Don't Put a Tax on-the Peautfiul Girls" Eddie Cantor
"I'll Say She Does Medley" fox trot. Six Brown Bros-
"Missouri Blues" fox trot Six Brown Bros.
Kvorybody cordially Invited to
worship with us.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
(W. E. Morgan Minister 1
Meets in K. P. hull on Cuiokauua
ivenue every Lord' day at 10 a.
m. for Bible reading and communion
service. The public is cordially In-
cited to attend rreuchtng third
Sunday in each mouth morning and
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Pastor Oscar Jones
Services at Second SIethodi.il
church 8th and Michigan. Meeting
nights Tuesday Thursday and Sun
day at 7:15 p. m.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
All invited and welcome.
Ninth and Texas.
C. J. Kellner Pastor
Church school 9: 4.1 a. in
A cf.ias for every age.
Morning service 11 a. m.
Junior Endeavor 3 p. ni.
Senior Endeavor (i : 30 p. m.
Evening service 7:''0 p. m.
Remember tomorrow Sunday Jan
uary 4t.ii is "do to Church Day."
Everybody ought to attend some
Sunday school '.iind church. Begin
c lie new year right.
Everybody welcome to all or any
of our services.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Rev. C. B. James Pastor
"Come to Cinirch" is our slogan for
Suiukiy as it has been designated as
"Go to Church Sunday "
You will be very' welcome at this
This is a good time to start bring-
ing tho kiddies to our church school.
Tlielioiir is 11:4.1. I.. I. llensley is
tho lie wsiiperinteiKlout. T'.ie even-
ing hour Is 7 o'clock. '
' EPWORTH MCTHODIST CHURCH.
(Comer Fourth and Iowa.)
Rev. J. I). Halter pastor.
C. II. Ritter Sunday ychool super-
intendent. W. W. Rice ch iirman official board.
1). E. Emerson secretary.
J. T A list (treasurer.
Sunday school 9:4.1 a. ui.
Preaching 11:00 a. m.
Junior League 3:0(1 p. m.
Intermediate League C:00 p. ni.
Senior League C:00 p. m.
Evening service 7:01) o'clock.
Prayer -meeting Wednesday 7:00
P. '111:. ... .... .
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Minnesota aveuuo and Sixth.
There will bo services at the First
Presbyterian church Sunday. Rev.
V. E. Voss of the El Reno' presby-
tery will preach at the 11 o'clock
'hour. . .
All are cordially invited to attend.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Fourth street and Colorado
Sam. D. Taylor Pastor.''
Sunday school 9.45 a. ni.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. nv.
Sunbeam 'band 2:30 p. n.'.
Senior and Junior B. Y. P. U. at
:(H p m.
Start the new year a: you ought
to do by going to church. We are
hoping to ecu every member 'there
The church will give a new year's
banquet next Wednesday evening be-
ginning at ":.".0. Every member is
i-'econd Sunday c
Sund .y school 10 a m. .
Morning prayer and sermon
An hdcacnp John A. C'liapln ill
charge. All are welco.no.
THE GIERSDORF COMPANY...:
T1H1 GREATER MUSICAL'. SHOW
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Clean Clever and Classy
A KEELING EIOT OF SPLENDOR STUPENDOUS SCENIC.
SURPRISES MILUS AHEAD OF THEM ALL.
AN ATTRACTION UKEQUALED AT ANY ADMISSION PRICE
The Season's Big Musical Treat Delightful Sing-en .'Graceful
Dancers The Woild's Bet Mnnisal Talont Beautiful
Costumes Elabovato Specitil Scenery Startling
Electrical Effects. .
EVERYTHING NEW HOVEL AND ORIGINAL THU
DIFFERENT MUSICAL SHOW.
MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
January 5th 6th and 7lh.
Main Floor 20 and 35c
Ealc-my 1 15 and 25c
Gallery 1 and 15c
' CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
Both Pictures and Vaudeville.1
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nuary Clean-Op fim-
In Every Departmeot
All w'ntcr'mercliaiuliso in tlio stove imust j?o re-
gardless of. the fact that winter g-ooils are now worth
about 40 per cent more than the prices we own our
merchandise for. We are making further reduction
in order to keep our stock clean and new at all times.
Take a tip from us. Puy now lor fall lf20 and save
40 per cent.
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