Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 56, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 6, 1918 Page: 4 of 6
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CniCKASnA DAILY B JC1KKSHT C II I C K ASH A OKIiAHOMA
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a Q1 WltKiT Oi lili Mention
0 :::: MEN'S YOUNG MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING :::: 0
A noteworthy event
in the interest of men
young men and youths
particular the clothes
The right clot lies (or the .
right occasion at the ritfht
time in variety which
takes count of every pre-
ference in qualities which
leave nothing for con-
jecture in styles that are
correct for men young
men and youths of man-
Thus may he summed
up the service the Huh
offers those whoknow
that value is a broad
term marked hy many
things besides price.
r4' fed A. or
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TAKE A PEEP AT THE NEW SPRING STETSONS
When it comes to correctness in hat style
every good dresser in town recognizes the
leadership of this store.
For Spring we're showing Soft Hats in Blacks and Colorings
A Full Line
o Hieiiiniis:!!" j'1 J:1SI1 U1SI! m p
j Nightmares Aided Him.
Vudjrar Allen Poe was indebted tf
nightmares for some of his most SBifi-
ble conceptions find stories. The nfHISf
'in "Arthur Gordon I'ytn" wher faf
.jiero awakes In Hip narrow bin of
ii ship laden with earth and fOS
"through all the terror of bellevinglRu-
elf burled alive Is undonhtedlf the
rpsidt of a personal experience b6
waking hut in sleeping mougUti
whilst the conception of the fln.
.with his everlasting "Nevornwc;
mine to the poet ns Iip dozed im kin
nrmclmlr whilst hra pet raven uM?elt-
ed on the top of the bookcaat-S-change.
An Antipodean Mr. Blunderby.
An old veteran who was for n long
time curator of a college in Australia
was noted for his nifilnpropisms. One
day he was summoned by two students
from different ends of the corridor.
The double summons exasperated him.
"Gentlemen!" he exclaimed. "I really
cannot be uniquitous." Boston Transcript.
jy..ves Htj.-in Danger.
rtwinv " ovor si t:Vpln ami clos-
Im f.i !' over tl.- Plnt f the lat-t-
wu tect it fr.M uijurliig a pcr-
Boom! Bang! Gig guns workliie.
See Retreat of the. Germans. Kozy
Miss Lillian Penciuile lias been
confined to her home for several
days on account of sickness.
v Pure Chewing Gum
ick a dav
CARNEGIE LIBRARY BUl-LETIN
Gaylord Bron. or Sjracuse New
Vork bavo issued an Emergency War
Jst of hooks. Tho Canjegte Library
. the following titles from the list:
Koyos Lord of Misrulo.
Busline;: Ambulance No. 10.
B'.encau The Nurse's Story.
Empcy Over the Top.
Turczynourcz-WUen th Prussians
Came to Poland.
Bashollcr Keeping up with Lizzie
Bennett How to Live on Twenty
four Hours a Day.
Locke Tlio wonderful Year.
Wells Mr. Britling Sees it Through
od the Invisible King.
Canning Tomatoes In the Homa
Standard Varieties ot Chickens.
Canning Vegetables in the Home
Canning of Fruits and Vegetable".
How to Select Foods.
Principles of Nutrition.
Small Vegetable Garden
Drying Fruits and Vegetables In th&
The Library Is dally receiving U. S.
Farmers Bulletins which will be ol
great help in practicing war economy.
Home Canning by the oue-perlod Cold
Three short coursei) In homo pii''
Preparation or vegetables ror we
Nuts and their uses and food.
Home-made tireless cooker 'tod
' Freeh fruits and vegetables as .con-
I servers of other staple foods.
I War Savings Stamps steadily Iii-t-easo
in value.. i
Paul Armold of Wirt is vlsitlii-;
witli his family in tlio city today.
Soo Chasi Bly tor everything In
tlie paint and wall paper lino. G-t
i John Brown of Klk City wus a
'it hickasha visitor yesterday.
Signs! Signs! Signs! Bly makes
em. Bly quality too. 5-tr
Mrs. John Johns of Alex spent
Tuesday in Chickaslni.
Mrs A. N. Bafurty of AnadarUo
$pent Tuesday shopping In the t il v.
lillis Parker Bmler wrote "Pigs is
Pics." Ho also wrote "Tlio U-
volt." . t!";;t
runs lily In now etfiiipiHiU iu do
Vi I .linn (iitil iiiitiitn nbiln nainling. G-tt
John Kahn of Norge came into
Uiiciuislia on business yesterday.
You are sun; to enjoy Friday
Light If you ho.tr the program at the
Junior High. ('-::t
Sen Yates that bicycle man for
nil kinds of bicycle repairs. Thono
70. 120 S. Ilrd. IS I2t
Mrs. L. L. Laws of Alex was a
Chickasha visitor yesterday.
If its second hand furniture or
sieves you have to sell ("all Yates
the second hand man. riioue 0.
120 S. 3rd St. 13-12't
J. S. Brown was in Oklahoma City
on business ' yesterday.
Mrs. Marian Morrow of Alex npel
Tuesday in the cityui business.-
Daiuii g from It .till 12 Thursday
ni;:lii ut Yeouicn hall. Come and
ba.'e a l.t.fd tinio.--Soclal Commit-
Dr. II. J. Gerard of Ninnekah was
in tlio city yesterday.
"Tlio Revolt" Is sure to bo one
gale of laughter Don't miss it. Fri-
day night at Junior i Hisl " 0-:!t
T. Thomas Burk of Oklahoma CP.-
visited his mother In this city to-
li:y. ' . .
Time 8 o'clock; place Junior
High; admission It) and 20 edits.
Miss this and you'll be sorry; come
and you'll be glad. -'' t
Coruora4 Eddio Loslip of Camp
Travis. Tex. is spending his fur-
lough in Chickasha with friends.
See "Blue Jeans" the picture in
which winsomo Viola Dana crowns
all her previous efforts and reaches
the zenith of her career. Sugg to-
night. ; ' f n
W. W. Rice loll this morning for
a trip to Mineral Wells. Texas.
Coining tomorrow at the Sugg.
Marguerite Clark in one of those
comedy dramas to which this popu-
lar Paramount star is especially suit-
Dr. It. P. Tyc is able to be at hi-
office again after being confined to
his home about two months by illness.
March Sth. at
We offer Onn Hundred Dollars Beward
for anv case o." Catarrh that cannot be
cured bv Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-
five years and has become known as the
most l&lieble remedy for Catarrh. Hall s
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces cxpelllnS the Poi-
son from the Blood and healing the dis-
After von have taken Hall's Catarrli
Medicine for a uliort time you will se a
Cieat improvement In your ceneral
health. Siurt taklnc Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine fit onee and Bet rid of catarrh. Bend
for testimonials free.
F f CHKNKV f- CO.. Toledo Ohio.
- Gold by all UruggUts. 75c.
Hear What Men Who Wear Them Say About
Herman' S U:S. Array Sltoe
BIG BEN alias ALARM CLOCK
It's gotton so people seldom say
"alarm clock" now-a-days they say
' Big Ben."
They know Big Ben is Jolinny-on-t
lie spot when It comes to punctual
('tilling and dependable timekeeping.
They know that with proper care
and a drop of oil every other year
there's no telling how Ions he'll last.
They know where to got them in
this town. A phone call will bring
Dig Bon on tiie run.
Also Little Ben!
J. W. Owsley
Mrs. T. S .Short is an Oklahoma
City visitor today.
L-Ko L-Ko L-K-liot.
Mrs. H. Uuturidgo left for Duncan
today to spend a month with Iter
' Garden Seed. ")(I8 Chickasha Ave.
Mrs."' J.'" M. Wantland left this
morning to spend the day with rela-
tives in Verden.
' ' ' '
War is hell so Sherman said. Sec
those war films at Kozy today. U
Mrs. Emma Woodson is spending
tlio day in Cement ; )'d Verdsn teach-
Wow! That L-Ko c :ne.dy is a
knock-nit. Kozy today. 1'
Tlio "Don Air" boarding and room-
ing house has removed to 2nd and
Kansus. First class meals and rooms
reasonable. Only first class respect-
able patronage solicited. Mrs. N. K.
Peters Proprietress. (!-"
Oil. boy! -Where do we go from
here? Why go to the Kozy. and see
their show tonight. Us all elass. K
See the "Kagle's Kye" coming to
the sugg March Utn. Tell your
friends. They should see it. Ev-
eryone should see this picture and
help protect America from the ever
present dangers of its great interna!
enemy the Hohenzollern spy sys-
Our expert watch and jew-
elry repair man will satisfy
you. Only genuine material
Bring your broken lenses to
Wo guaanteu all work.
I Jewelry Shop
Successor to Flatau j
Jewelry Co. '
1 .826 Chickasha "Ave.
A Letter to 'Outdoor Life"
"1 sent for a pair of Herman's
Army Shoes last ye
and from the hour I put
them on could walk
10 miles at aslretch
sore or pv.cl-.cd .foot
or corn or ar.y foot
trouble. I shall
never wear cny v
other in evf7j!y
lifo as 'oner r.a I can
ret a par of Iher.t.-
JJr. u.'.rt. si. 1 . iis.rr.u);
lie man's U. S. Army Shoe
for 10 j-car.'i made or.' for
the soldiers o Ur.cla Earn (wo
have made ever 2000000
pairs for the War Department)
is bow Bold to' civilians by
l ... h-r- M
Hunting Mountain Goat
Lieut. Col. Charles C. Foster
Brigade Surgeon W.V.M.
write:-:: the shoes have
been put through a se
vere test including a
month oj 'muting moun-
tain slu ip and g'ltit
in a country where
the hillsides consist-
ed chiefly of nose
sliJin v rot !;. My chum
used up two pairs of
much more expensive
hoen. while my one
jfviit arc practicKlIy as
'jjP' good n ever 'i'hey zre
lightntRH. durability and
comfort 1 have. ever found.
If it vcni poLiL-.iMn to m:ikc- a wor-t!ii-r
i-.Ii"t! tfu' l S. Ut crnnii'iil
viiiU! I;iu' a lifii'T iiu' : but t'tiv
liftmen in a t hou.;tMil tlu-rc never
Kilt bv n Ij'.-U'jr outdoor thoc.
Joseph M. Herman Shoe Co.?;!" Boston Mass.1
Herman's Army Shoes are made
ith soft toe fiili bellows
tongue Goodyear Welt soles
in tan and colors at
Notice .to. Patrons
If is putriciilaily ncicesi-'ary at this
time that wo collect our bills prompt-
ly and with tha least expense. Wo
would thorotore .appreciate tlio pay-
ment of all bills for service during
the diseoi'Ut period (between the
first and Kith of each month).
If accounts are riot paid by (lie
loth or further lime arranged for
wo shall feel justified iu 'discontin-
uing service without further notice.
CHICKASHA GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.
421 Chickasha 'Ave.
Xow the program at Junior High
Friday night begins at 8 o'clock. . It
will only cost you 1u -md 20 cent;
and is for the benefit of the Junioi-
Airs. Boy. Woods left for Oklahoma
City this morning to spend a .week
Mrs. G. W. Border of Wellslon who
has "been the guest of relatives here
returned home today taking her
mother Mrs. Molly Dempsey. with
her. .. ..
Mrs. W. L. Gentry and mother.
Mrs. W. T.. Ginsjjiger' if . McClond.
returned home this riiorning after a
short visit with Mrs. Gentry's son.
Koy Gentry.- .who ;ii-asl)i;mif-;Hk.
GADD'a MUSIC STOKE
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r SOLD BVCRl'OfilSTS EVhW'lVHLRE
Trade with xr.n patriotic store. Hj')
that your dealer is an ;-.u fnr Un-
cle Sam's War Savings :-'tarups.
Bubgcrlbe tc7 tL Bally PJiprei.
The Return to The Sugg of the
World's Most Delightful Star
In an Artcraft-Paramount
Feature Photo Production
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 56, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 6, 1918, newspaper, March 6, 1918; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729373/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.