Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 1, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA
The Man Who Goes
n to 4
to the Sock With
Today is not treating his govern-
ment nor himself right. You owe
it to the government to
BUY MiS and STAMPS
You Owe It to
JJ l i li
Yourself to Keep Ug
It is your
dul when you buy clothing to buy good
It h a waste of money to buy cheap stuff.
You know that. So why do it?
Buy Stein Bloch Suits and Overcoats.
Buy Kirschbaum Suits and Overcoats.
Buy Perfection Suits Overcoats for your boy
You can get them here.
There a ie none better made. If they prove not worth the mono i
i: KING THfcM BACK.
CLOTHING CO. (Inc.)
316 fActas-Aa fce. ??;cash0::Oiahom
t .--fa .
NEW FIELD WORK
i.:niiltmied fum PaKe n
oyer the work lu educationtil propa-
ganda formerly handled-by tho Wo-
men's tkminiilloe nud will mobilize '
and Ht.iinuUttiv.tho "piriturJ resources f
of t!e country." J
"A speaker's section under tho di- i
root ion .of' Frederick Allen' will
obtain organize and route .speakers j
throujihout. tho country; while Dr.
Jessica 1). J'elxutlo V..H1 bo; iu i-barge
of the child conservation section." ij.
H" ! j.
SERBS SAY FIGHTING
CONTINUES IN BULGARIA
WITH ALLIES VICTORS !
(Continued from PaKO Oi.e.i :
to fjrcmg 'he mil'tan to ueepet au
armistice. Adrianople and Turkish
outposts in Europe are open to attack
by the allies. ! I
Turkey would have revolted before
now diplomats belicv but all rev-
olutionary leaders have been killed
as fa si. as they appeared. Armenia n't.
Creeks Jews and Arabs long held
down by Turkey are burying their
differences in forming a. coalition to
oppose Turkey. -
British Naf Damascus
By United Tress.
1'aris Oct. h British troops are
within two hnd one-half iniles of Da
mascus and the fall of the city 's
momentarily ' expected th? Echo tie j
Talis declared today. At the same'
time French cavalrv is advancine on I
King Ferdinand to Vienna
By United Press.
Copenhagen Ot. 1 King Ferdi-
nand of Bulgaria arrived at Esse-
btUal castle enroute to Vienna ac-
cording to a report published by ihu
Frankfurter Zeitung. 1
The same peper a'so reports riots
in Constantinople. This cay mean
that the reported revolutionary move-
ments in Bulgaria are Raining
Get Behind Your
Buy War Savings
OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK
BODY OF ARCHBISHOP IS
TAKEN TO CATHEDRAL
By United Press.
St. Paul Minn. Oct. 1. The body
of Archbishop Ireland was today re-
moved from his residence to tho ca-
thedral where it will lie in state-until
late tonight Funeral services
will be held tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
Prominent churchmen from . various
parts of the country will attend.
RUCKER IS UNDERSHERIFF
V. C; Kucker of Minco is now
serving as undersheriff of Grady
County his appointment having been
announced by Matt Sankey sheriff
today. Mr. Kucker is well known in
court house circles and in Chickasha
having served iu the capacity of un-
dersheriff -with Hodge Bailey for a
year and a half.
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.We are a
of the .
I 1 Ml II
Constipation' la the starting point
for many ucrioujj diseases. To bo
healthy keep tho bowels active and
regular. HERBLVE will remove all
accumulations in the bowels and put
the system in prime condition. Prico
no Sold by Wron Drug Co. d&w
FOR SALE Ford roadster. 1!U8
model and Buick roadster. No. 17
model yee R. b. Hmuan phone S"
or 510. j.jt
TRY ONE OF THOSE EXPRESS
WANT ADS; FOR RESULTS
When tho brby is suffering tho
doiblo affliction of hot weather and
j bowel disorders the remedy needed
is McGEK'S BABY ELIXIR. It re-
! duces tho feverish condition corrects
; tho storiisch and checks looseness
J of the bowels. Prico 2oe and 50c per
bottle. Sold by Wren Drug Co. d&T
Our bank is not too big to welcome small accounts but big enough to
handle big business.
Come iu and talk business with us. We shall welcome you.
' You Will feel safe in dealing .with a member ot the Federal Reserve sys-
tem of banks because v-e stand together to protect our depositors.
; THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
WHAT YOU NEED
THE STEPHENSON BROWNE LUMBER CO.
of the Town
Bible Class Meet j WANTE1To rellovate old mat
.vu memuers oi the Wesley Bible (lcSHCg
IJass of the Epworth
church are requested to meet at tho
church at ;S o'clock Wednesday af-
ternoon. Of tiers will be lected.
made good as new at small
Methodist pou0!1 ()f du cost 0f a nt.w oue
Feather mattress a specialty. All
Phono ?GH. . l-Ut
A CLASS IN SHORTHAND
Bulgin Chorus to Meet
The Bulgin Chorus will meet
the M. E. church this evening
":;!0. A full attendance is asked
the leaders of the chorus.
Missionary Society to Meet
The Women's .Missionary Society
of the Methodist church will meet at
Mrs. W. W. Wright. 10H South fith'
Thursday afternoon Oct. ::. at 3
C. . Erwin. local real estate deal-
er in a business visitor in Oklahoma
Frank Plato is attending the grand
lodge of J. O.. O. F in session at
Red Cross Board Meets
Call for Circle Meet
i Announcement was made this morn
' illg that the Wnnrimpn r'irnlo !!!
r- - . I Tnc executive committee of Grady meet tomorrow af'ernoon at 2:30 in'
v . ' . ! rnty Chapter American Red Cross the K. of P. lodge hall on Chickasha1
Jf bfinj Ofgnufd at th Business Collr;r this week. The government! wi" nieet lhis evening at T:30o'clock. avenue. The members are urged to
F4s steuoeraphers badly and will no doubt draft many experienced stenog- 1 rt wi!l e 110 regular monthly meet- be prewnt promptly at the time nien-
laphere soon. j ing and a full attendance is urged tioned. ;
Within the next few months there will he hundreds of good positions ! b-v officers. I
jjiada vacant in your own state. Here is an opportunity that vnu cannot af-1
City Mo. is
Mis - Dorothy
lord u miss.
If rou enter school now you will be ready for a position about the first
of the .TfaT: " I
' ' ; ' : ' ' ENROLL NOW ' i
CHICKASHA BUSINESS COLLEGE
By United Press.
Pies Moines. Ia.
Drug Stores Close At 10 P. M.
Under an agreement entered into
some time ago. all the drug stores
in the city will lock their doors
10 o'clock beginning today.
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I Sl - t I ' "" A'onev. pulili. Inns personal 'iofli -
J!4 I ff ."' .The Morj- of ihA'i-ar
i " 'Jk T T!'-Va a ifinarKanie one. One man scaiast
t "I 1 -. f.''a
DR. HARVEY W. WILEY.
It. Wiley v.is born and .i-ar-a on
in Jiirll.imi. Hi) entprca rolleRs
S a hoiiicsniui Mit made liv
muihcr and v-Iiile at crjllfyo enlisted and
n-rvivl as a soldicr.ln the civil ior. After
grniliiaiing he brcamo! a school teacher
mid tln'ii college professor lie Hpeciallzd
in chomlHlry ami Tn 1SS:! tnoiiit
rlil"f oi- 1 .-in l;r-cau of Cheuii.-ity in tl'i
oi:'i- in-;nt oi Agtioullt.r.-. This position
Iii' I. flu lor ni'.irlv llitrtv vmi -
J '; Wi'ey is a crank on tio siihjort
of pi.ro food was an expression often
" .u as)lie'-"i lon before people
realised t!i n.'cssitv of a iw f.wi
Jlns law was finally onavtJ aftr
years of inresat wovk U-iWj
Oct. 1. All the j
sailor stationed : en'':'se(' mun at f"-mP Hodge have
Sailer Lad Here
A. L. Dempser a
at Pan Diego California is visiting i bcvn na-an;ined an a result of Span-
friends in Chickasha today. Dempsey
formerly attended school here. His
parenis reside at etma and he " you have lost anything put
leaves lor that place .his afternoon. want d in ih n..il Kime
I rcfiutti money if it f.iils. 2."c
sump pnpiiiips hoi i.
men in t:i5 country. - na mmt
It may require years of hard work and. se.lf denial tp accomplish the results
yon ocsiie. npecianzu on cnieinir;g anu live weii witntn your niea:ls You
will surely succeed.
Bank Your Savings Willi Us '
Remember this bank is every ready and willing to render advisory and ma-
terial assistance to the worthy person who demonstrates that he knows his
bufrirv.'ss. - -
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 1, 1918, newspaper, October 1, 1918; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729604/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.