Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SEVENTEEN, No. 121, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 20, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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0HIOKAIHA DAILY EXPIEII 0HI0KA1HA OKLAHOMA. T
Hot weather is coming. We will make you a
cool Summer Suit; a suit that looks the part; a
a suit that is the part; a suit hand tailored full of
snap and life
I $10.00 AND VP
Our Shirt Stock is a Wonder.
Union Suits from 50c to $1.50
Just received a bunch of Fancy Fose.
J S. GARNER Manager
Just To: HoT SUER weather is
KNOCKING AT THE DOOR
Library hours i to 6 and 7 to 9.
Funuera' bulletins In the loan de-
partment at the public library. Cop-
ies will be sent free as long as the
supply lasts to any resident of the
United States on application to his
senator or representative in congress
or to tho .superintendent of docu-
ments government printing office
Washington D. C who has the bulle-
tins for salo at S cents each..
Magazines received at the Carnegie
i American City.
Christian Science Monitor Gift of
C. S. Society.
ExpreHg Chickanha Daily Gift
Christian Science Sentinel Gift
Confederate Veteran Gift.
Country Life In America.
Educatic i. -
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BE PREPARED TO MEET IT
We are prepared to aid you in your preparedness cam-
paign. Men's Palm Beach Suits natural and fancy
colors also Mohair and Shantung Silk Suits A new
shipment of Sport Shirts Silk Shirts and Sport Tie3.
Then to top ; it all let us suggest a Panama or
feather weight Straw Hat. .
Review of Reviews.
Times Oklahoma City Daily.
Woman's Homo Companion.
The Delightful Cola Drink
Go to your favorite fountain and nsk for
Claro today. Tate It--try It note Its witln-
fylnir ta.ste and aliscfin? of medicine taste.
Y.mr tlLsju'iiM-r will Klve you a couim.ii like
ut ti. rit-iit Head it here. .See how
the prizes are divided.
The Drink Is New Delicious
Ton are polnjc to like Ohiro everyhody likes
H. It will le sold pvcryw here In liottlcs und at
wda fountain within a Tew woks. Every time
you a you wl.-h. The contest entirely for the
ocfDciiiuer. No dwilc-r lisen4er .r niiyone else
iiiiioetid In am- way with the noft drink Imsl-nc-sa
will I allowed to coniiite. Start gather
ing the coupon iwvr.
Drink Claro The "Delightful Cola Drink"
The iicTKon m-mllug to us Tulsa Oklu. the most
imlis between May 1 and Octolier 1 l'.tlU v ill receive
the following prizes:
$.MiO Diamond iCiiiR first prize.
$'.'5(1 Diamond Kins second )rue.
$150 Diamond King third prize.
S1U0 Diamond KiiiR fourth prize.
Ten $50 Diamond Kings next largest nmnhers.
Twenty $23 Diamond Kings next largest mmiliers.
Ooujions must he sent prepaid to leti'h our office not
later than Oetober in. U'ltj with the number of cou-
pons name and mid res.
Dealers and Dispensers Cannot Compete for Above
Keep Every Coupon.
Get Your Friends
It la goinff to he fur more simple than you
think to win one of these handsome rins. You
can pet as many friends to save the coupons for
yon as you wish. No dealer dispenser or anyone
else connected In any way with the soft drink
business will 1 allowed to eomieto. .Start gath
ering the coupons now.
HOW TO GET 100 FREECOUPONS
In order to give you a good running start this special coupon if clipi-ed
and held until you send In all coupons will Ue accepted ior rou
KXI fountain coupons. In other words you get free coupons equia-
lent to those given with worth of Claro drinks.
i This Special Introductory Coupon
j is Good for 100 Fountain Coupons
Save this coiiixm and send It to the Claro Com- '
I pany with the Claro drink coupons that you receive :
' a the fountains. It will count 100 Fountain Con- j
pons toward one of tho Diamond King prizes to bo
awarded OvMmt 1st. .
Only One of These Coupons Can Be I'sed by Each j
THIS COUPON TODAY
(nly one of thj'se couim)Us will be credited to nny one
IHTson no matter whom sends it iu. Thus all will have
a fair and ecpial chance. Clip It and keep for yourself
or for the one you wish to help win. Do It now.
The &0Q Co.
10 N. Boston Ave.
To Ministers: Copy for
Sunday announcements should
be received at this office not
later than lYiday afternoon.
Compliance with this request
will he greatly appreciated by'
printers and publishers. Ed-
HOLY NAME CHURCH.
Corner Seventh and Kansas avenue.
Rev. P. Wilwewiing; rector.
Karly mass at 7:30 a. m.
Late mass at 9:30 a. tn.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock
Al-.vuys glad to have you with us.
ST. LUKE'S CHURCH.
Iter. H. H. Fay priest In charge.
Fourth Sunday after Easter.
Sunday Bchool' 9:45 a. m.
Evening prayer and confirmation
8 p. m.
Bishop F. K. Brooke will officiate.
A'l are cordially invited.
CHURCH OF GOD.
11S South Sixth street
A. C. Bell pastor.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m.
Treadling at 11 o'clock a. m. and
7:45 o'clock p. m.
Prayer meetings Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
The public Is cordially invited to all
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
Serviced at C19 Iowa avenue.
Reading room No. 301 third floor of
First National bank building.
Sunday school at 9:4o o'clock a. m.
Lesson sermon at 11 a' clock a. m.
Subject: "Soul and Body."
Testimonial meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock.
. Free reading room open to the public
every afternoon except Sundays from
2 to 5 o'clock p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
attend all services. c
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Ceo. Wooldridpe minister.
Meets in the K P. Hall on Chick-
asha avenue every Lord's day at 1')
a m. for Bible reading and com
Preaching every second Lord's day
at 11 a. in. and fouith Lord's day at
11 a. m. and S p. m.
The public Is cordially invited to at-
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
Corner Eighth and Michigan.
Rev. H. P. Haley pastor. ;
Sunday school at 9:43 o'clock a. m.
D. W. Beets superintendent.
Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m.
Junior B. Y. P. U.f 4:30 o'clock p. m.
Senior B. Y. P. U. 6 o'clock p. m.
Preaching 7 o'clock p. m.
The public is cordially invited to all
Corner Sixth and Iowa.
G. Lyle Smith pastor.
Bible R'.hool at 9:15 a. Hi.
Preaching by pastor at 11 a. m.
Preaching at n a. m.
Sermon subject: "A Glorious Moth-
er" a special "Mother's Day" sermon.
There will be no evening service
ou account of the baccalaureate ser-
mon at the Oklahoma College for Wo-
men. The public is cordially invited to
attend the morning service.
Corner Texas avenue and Ninth
W. D. Amack pastor.
Sunday school at 9: lj a. m.
S. J. Ingerson. superintendent.
Preaching service at 11 a. in-
Subject: "Thy Kingdom Come."
Christian Endeavor meeting at 7:00.'
Evening preaching service at 8:00.
Subject: "What Shall I do to be
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
'ou will bo welcome at our ser-
vices. EPWORTH METHODIST CHURCH.
Corner Fourth and Iowa.
Rev. Laarence L. Cohen Jr. pastor.
Sunday school at 9:43 o'clock a. m.
C. Schlotterbeck superintendent.
Freachn.g 11 a. tn. and 8 p. m.
Morning subject: "The Translation
of Enoch. Did Enoch Die? How
could God take him?"
Evening subject: "Judas Iscariot
A Study in Scarlet. Was Judas
Junior league 3 o'clock p. m.
Senior league 7 p m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock.
Woman's Missionary society Thurs-
day at 3 p. in.
' A cordial Invitation to all to attend
Traveling men and all strangers
fnd visitors are welcome. Wo want
you to come. A most cordial wel-
j i I. T t ( .1
Mohawk Kidney and
Get a Colipon and Be Convinced.
The Owl Drug Store
Phone 126 Free Delivery
come awaits you. The church with a
COLLEGE TO CLOSE YEAR
(Continued from Page One.)
Miss Nellie Zimmerman.
Fencing (a) Grand Salute;
Bout Miss Geneva May.
(a) "Claire de Lune" (Debussy
(b) "Were I a Bird" (Henselt) Miss
"Spring Waking" (Reinhold) Miss
"Valse de Concert" (Weiniawski)
Miss tiutb Woodard.
Cjrus (it "Morning Mood;" (b)
"Artra's Dance" (Grieg).
Piano Duet Overture to "Tannhau-ser"(Wagner-Von
Wagoner and Woodard.
Commencement Address Dr. W. W.
Phelan University of Oklahoma.
Quartet "Springtime" (Donnizettil
Misses Tuggle Wilson Pearce
Presentation of Diplomas Presi-
dent G. W. Austin.
Enemies Cannot Iniura Him.
In the heart of the strongly iplr j
muus man no reeling or personal In
Jury can arise; he has put away aC
retaliation and has no enemies; nd
if men should constitute themselvei
his enemies he will regard them kind
ly understanding their ignorance and
making full allowance for it. Jamei
Effect of Shell Fire.
When a 12-inch shell strikes the
rater it throws up a "splash" higher
Llian a battleship's mast. This splash
iveighs about 2000 tons enough to
link a email ship.
Can Afford to Laugh.
Some people think U Is a great Jok
on a little man to have a big wife but
if the little man loves his big wife
and she adores him the Joke Is on tho
Editor Tells How ;
Clergyman and Banker Also Write J
IT. G. Hotchklss Editor Echo Propbett?
town. 111. : Keuiember niuie was et'zema o
t.'tocn years' standing. Now I am con
plr-tely Waled after 4 bottles of 1. D. t
1 have Been a ense of 25 years' standln
cured. I have" seen my own doctor cure
tit t urher's itch which he could not cur
F. H. Tesar. Banker. ITopfclnton Is. :
treated with three doctors for six month;
They did me no coocl ; my fiiee and cal
xvere full of the disease. I applied D. D. I
ltesult mv face Is a nmooth as a bahy'
Iter. L. I. JcownlnR. Pastor 5th A v. Pre
Itrteriun Clicrch Konnoke Va. : For thrc
Tears I goffered. Intensely ao. I have I
last l'oimil relief in 1. D. P. I am r
lonsrer tortured completely cured. I ha
Co hepitaney in acknowledging the grey
tirhles of this epeelflc.
Prussplsts are plad to recommend th
soothiut! cooling liquid. rc 60c and $1.0
t'ome to us and we will tell you more atw
this i-enmrkiible remedy. Your money ba
unleflH the tlrt bottle relieves you. IK it.
fcc-ap kt epa your akin healthy. Ask about .
THE OWL DRUG STORE.
I SUGG TIEATEE
Saturday May 20th and
Monday May 22nd
SATURDAY MAY 20th
Triangle production featuring Bessie Barriscale
trie fascinating star with an all
Keystone comedy with the famous Keystone cast.
MONDAY MAY 22nd
Featurlntc Geraldine Farrar most f amoua of all women
artists of tcday.Thri'ltug action magnificent landscapes
and well constructed drama marks this extraordinary
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SEVENTEEN, No. 121, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 20, 1916, newspaper, May 20, 1916; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730008/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.