Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 1, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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HAVE YOU BOUGHT THAT BOND ?
The Hub is receiving shipments
of new goods daily. Pay us a
visit and save money by receiv-
ing quality at a moderate price
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Horn Is Off the Meat
Diet When He Goes to
a French Shop to Dine
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Sgt. Chas. Horn A. E. F.
( has. Horn formerly of this cUy
and a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. (Jinnies
Horn is practically a vegetarian
now as far as the meats in the
French eating houses are concerned.
Not that he don't like meat but he
lias a strong suspicion that the
French are inclined to slip him a
juicy steak off the hind quarters of
an erstwhile useful cab horse. There-
fore Cbahles lays off the meat.
He is with a hospital unit and his
tl nt if- are to see that the ambulances
and a 'ic' hospi'al have plenty of
supplies every day at the front. A
letter from him to his parents here
follows in part:
"We have all our transportation
now; 12 ambulances 2 trucks. Three
motorcycles will be here for us in
;1 few days. Our boys are now doing
duty. All the ambulances are equip-
ped with blankets splints bandages
hot water bottles and food boxes.
"1 certainly do have one fine job
now. It is my duty to draw rations
for three ambulance companies and
one field hospital every night. U is
also my duty to see that every mess
cergeant gets his proper share. I
ftart with a detail every night at S
o'clock and get back anytime rang-
ing from 11 to 2:. 10. Go to provision
headquarters get the food for the
next day; leave everything on the
truck after 1 gei back and in the
morning at 7::i0 when 1 Issue it to
thn various mess seir.eonls. Don't
dislike the work very much only
that ii requires lots of time when 1
would like to be Bleeping. Hut I can
generally manage to get an hour or
two of sleep iu the afternoon.
"The artillery stationed on the
hill must have put on a little parvy
last night judging from the sound
and appearance of things. They were
sure making a considerable amount
"The Red Ciws Society gives us
real American magazines and tobac-
co. Believe" me" we' are all strong for
the American Red Cross.
"Were paid ' again toduy. Neany
everyone went to town after supper
tonight. Suppose the French beer
supply will be greatly reduced. You
can get fried potatoes eggs lettuce
tomatoes and sometimes meat (pro-
vided you can .nuke tho Frenchmen
understand what you want.- I am a
little backward on eatint their meats
as they serve horse meat and I
don't think I would care to eat any of
that kind of meat. Oh. yes and you
have to take your bread along with
you as this food is extremely scarce
here. It seems peculiar to see the
French soldier take a' loaf of bread
out of his ration bag and slice it up
on the counter of the eating house.
One has to have a bread ticket and
you are forced to go through all
kinds of red tape before .you can get
anything to eat that is really worth-
while. "Von see women and girls all along
the highways cutting and loading
hay (hiving wagons etc. Practically
all the stores and wine shops are
managed by them. Here's hoping the
United States is never forced to go
through what France is now forced
to contend with. With love
Apply! a cotton cloth wet with BAIf
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT to all
wounds cut burns sore or blisters
and note Its wonderful healing pow-
er. It Is prompt and very effective.
Price 2Dc 50c and 1.00 per bottlo.
Sold by Wren Drug Co. d&w
$3.50 to $30.t0
Spirclla War Workers Cornell at
S3.H0 SJ.75 S t. 00.
Mrs.A.L.Eiliotf 7;8S.19. Phone 1039
I Night School j
AT THE CHICKASHA BUSINESS COLLEGE j
H OCTOBER 140. g
Ten Weeks $10.00 j
pi TUO student will be enrolled after the 14th
1 and no one will be enrolled for less
than ten weeks. If you expect to join this
5H class sec us at once.
g Chickasha Business College 1
FRUIT PITS IS
ON IN COUNTY
Rev. Wm. Denham pastor of the
local Presbyterian church has been
placed iu charge of the collection of
nut shells and fruit pits in Chickasha
to he used in the manufacture of gas
masks. Rev. Dcnhani will supervise
the collection of the products for tho
The following are the materials to
be collected: Peach stones or seeds
apricot pits prune pits plura pits
Olive pits date seeds cherry pits
Brazil nut sholls walnut sheila (Eng-
lish or native) hickory nut shells
butter nut shells. "These materials
aro urgently needed to make carbon
which Is to protect our men overseas
from German poison gas. Every or-
ganization and Individual in the coun-
try Is expected to co-operate and take
part in the vitally important cam-
paign iu which the Red Cross is to
be the principal agent of the govern-
ment " Is the plea of Leone R. Mor-
gan director bureau of development
in a message to tho Grady county
Red CrosH chapter.
It is tnt necessary to separate tho
various seeds. They may be mixed
together indiscriminately. Any of
these products if sound no matter
how old will be accepted. Care must
be taken however to exclude all ma-
terial not appearing in the list of
those desired. The field has boon
studied carefully by government
chemists and no materials outside of
the list stated above are desired says
Information from the director.
All pits must be thoroughly dried
in ovens or in the sun before they
ire delivered to the collection cen-
ters which will be tho Carnegie li-
brary for the products assembled in
Chickasha and Grady county.
The city supervisor of the collec-
tion of tho needed materials will be
assisted by the Chickasha Boy Scouts
of which organization Rev. Wm. Pen-
ham is city commissioner. Each
troop will be assigned to a certain
phase in the work and mnder the
leadership of the scoutmasters of the
respective troops will execute that
Nut shells and fruit pits collected
in this city and county vill be sent
to Oklahoma City collection center
for this part of the ctate. Shipments
will be made mouthly or as often ns
the amount of material will Justify
Is the present plan.
J. P. Manning of Lindsay is look-
ing after business in this city today.
"A Pullman Blunder" Kozy today.
Good lump coal J9.0Q per ton de-
livered. Phone 730. 1-tt
Phone 83 Cox and Son for coal
Lump coal 'delivered J9.25; nut coal
delivered $9.t0. 9-l-30t
Fight for Millions Kozy today.
W. C. Dunn of Bradley was a busi-
ness visitor In Chickasha Tuesday.
NIGHT SCHOOL In shorthand or
bookkeeping. CIIK'KASUA. BUSI-
NESS COLLEGE. :i0-12t
Look at that funny L-Ko comedy
at Kozy today. It
F. Welet wus hero from Alex Tues-
day. Good lump coal 49.00 per ton de-
livered. Phone 72t. 1-tt
NIGHT SCHOOL in Hhorthand or
bookkeeping. CHICKASHA . BUSI-
NESS COLLEGE. 30-m
H. L. Roberts of Marlowwus In
this city on a business trip yesterday.
NIGHT SCHOOL In shorthand or
bookkeeping. CHICKASHA BUSI-
NESS COLLEGE. 30-m
Mrs. H. M. Schwartz Is visiting in
Oklahoma City this afternoon.
"Stolen Orders" that stupendous
William A. Brady photoproductlon
at ;ho Sure tonight. 1
of styles and sizes as-
sures you of a perfect
fit when buying Under-
wear from us.
We carry the BEST
makes Men's of Under ..
-"aasftrr s;Grmy stock wins
'-- MANY AWARDS OVER
C. D. Dletz was here from El Reno STATE FAIR STDFF
When you yawn a good deal In the
daytime feel dull achey nnd want
to stretch frequently it Is an unmis-
takable symptom of malaria and un-
less you do something at once you
aro booked fcr a spell of chills.
HERBINE is a ehUl medicine that
will prevent or cure the disease. It
drives out the impurities on which
the malarial germ thrives strength-
ens the iiver and cleanses the bow-
els. Price 50c Sold by Wren Drug
C. P. Jerome of Hobart Okla. ii in
Lawton today. .
R. M. Simmons of Hobart is a busi-
ness visitor to Chickasha today.
Judge F. M. Bailey left yesterday
for Washington to be gone a week
on professional business.
Mrs. Ella Claycomb of Lawton in
visiting In this city today.
Coming Thursday Friday and Sat-
urdayThe Guy Hickman Company.
This is one of those good old dramat-
ic shows so few and far between
since movies. It
Mrs. Mollie Brown of Rush Springs
was visiting in Chickasha Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. LeMaslcr and
Miss Cora Goff of Oklahoma City
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John T. LeMaster of this city.
"Stolen Orders" that stupendous
William A. Brady photoproduction
that will grip you from the start and
hold fast until the thrilling fall from
the Zeppelin. Don't nii3 It. Sugg
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Frank and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank A. Stewart of Ninue-
kah were Monday dinner guests at
the hoipe of Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Coming Thursday Friduy and Sat-
urdayThe Guy Hickman Stock Com-
pany. This is one of those dramatic
shows of the good old days before
movies came to town. Sugg theater.
"Under False Pretense" 101 Bihon
drama Kozy today. It
Mrs. C. C. Gowdy and daughter
Helen will leave today for Omaha
Neb. for a several day visit with
relatives and while in Omaha will
attend tho Ak-Sar-Ben carnival a
yearly affair there.
Bo some sick friend or acquain-
tance a favor by sending or bringing
them to the Chiropractic Clinic at
Dr. Kelly's office from 8 to 9 a. ra.
Adjustments free to those unable to
W. E. Smith proprietor of the Un-
ion Hill Jack farm has returned
from Oklahoma City where he en-
tered his stock at the state fair and
as a result of which. he has an arm-
load of purple blue and red ribbons
won by tho Smith entries over all
comers. The Smith herd copped four
grand championships 11 first and
two second prizes.
The feature of his winnings is the
performance of his yearling colt Lady
Lee Arnold which animal won grand
champion over ail ages. The Judging
was done by George W. Arnold pres-
ident of the Missouri state fair.
This year marks the 12th year that
the Smith entries have beon eutered
at the state fair and it also marks
the 12th time that Mr. Smith has
brought home a grand champion rib-
bon. The owner states that he will not
show at the Grady couuty fair nest
year for want of competition in this
Has a High Opinion of Chamberlain's
"I have a high oulnion of diam-
ond as a laxative" writes Mrs. C.
A. Barnes Charleston 111. "1 have
never found anything so mild and
pleasant to Ise. My brother has also
used these tablet3 wi h satisfactory
HERE'S THE SPIRIT
THAT WINS WARS
By United Press.
London Sept. 4. (By mail.) It
must have been the merry crowd of
'blue boys" in the train today that
made the old woman opposite be-
come communicative. She turned to
her neighbor and said "Doos yer 'art
good ter see 'em. don't it? I've jest
bin ter see my old man in tho 'orspit-
ul. 'E's bin wounded terrible bad
'elpless as a biby 'e Is! When 'e
first went out to France I felt a bit
cut up about 'uving ter go out ter
work and leave the kids. But there!
It 'ad ter be jest ter keep things
goin' a bit. I thought it was only
Koin' to be fer the duration of the
war but w'en 'e sees me ter day 'e
says 'Liz mate it looks as it yer'll
'ave ter go on bein' the old man of
! the family.' And it do too! Never
i mind I aiu't grumbling. I'm that
glad to 'ave 'im back at all!" And
The laugh was a contribution from
j the "old man" but the tears in her
eyes came straight from the heart
of the "old woman."
Ve offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been tken
by catarrh sulT"rer f"r tho paBt thirty-
Ave years and ha? become known aa th
moat tellable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
tha Mucous enrfaces. expelling the PoU
ten from the Blood and healing the dis-
After you hnv ta"Kn Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a
Krrat Improvement In your ccneral
health. 8tart taking Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine at once and pet rid of catarrh. Bond
for testimonials free.
F. J. CHF.NET ft C" Toledo Ohio.
fold by all Ltucs1'!. a
We have opened a new department
in our store. We find in going through
our stock many odd lots of different
articles and remnants in our store. We
are going to move all of these up in our
Balcony and put' a price on them that
will be a surprise to you especially now
vhe:-i everything is so very high. Ev-
erything will be marked in plain fig-
ures. Come up and look things over.
You can wait on yourself. Take your
time and if not satisfactory when you
get it home bring it back and we will
refund your money to you.
We urge you to give our Balcony
a visit. You might find just what you
want and we know the price will bo
Beginning Wednesday October 2nd
we shall serve hot lunches and or-
ders . prepared to your particular
taste). We shall also continue the
soda fountain lunch.
A few of the hot dishes are:
Rolls Hot Cakes Hot Cereals Eggs
Toasts Meats Soups Oysters
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It is generally admitted that ex-
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should we not make use of tho ex-
perience of others as well as our
own. Tho experience of a thousand
persons Is more to be depended on
than that of one individual. Many
thousands of persons have used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
coughs and colds with the best re-
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Training Cump and Army Post
throughout the length nnd
breadth of the land some khaki-
clad boy will look "back home"
to you for Christmas cueer
see tout he does not look in
There are few thing;) that of
Stocker's really superior will
serve the purpose of leuieai-
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