Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 5, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
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Spring Goods arriving daily from our New York factories. The latest creations in Men's Suits Young Men's
Suits Children's Suits and Trousers. We mention only a few strong prices as follows:
en's Suits From
$4.50 to $19.50
$2.98 to $18.50
Children's Suits spSity 75c to $6.50
Knee Pants Plain Sizes 4 to 15 15c
RANTS (KNICKERBOCKERS) 4 TO I. 35 OENTS
NOTICE--We have just received 100 Children's Suits that is slightly damaged that we have on our bargain counter. We are going to sell for
almostnothing. Picking choice for $1.25 sizes 8 to 15; regular values $3.50 to $5.00. Come and see them before they are picked over.
OUR SPECIALTY IS HIGH GRADE GOODS WITH LOW PRICES.
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310 CHICKASHA AVENUE
Chamberlain's Stomarti and Liver
Tahlets fire pafe suro and rflial)lo and
have len. praised by thousands of
wompn who have bfon rostorod to
health through their genllf aid and
fiirative properties. Sold by dl deal-
NOTICE TO SUBSCftlBERS.
All subscribers to iiio Daiiy Express
who have boxes for the paper are re-
quested to put them up and llie car-
rier boys will put paper in same.
Your Figure and Your Corset
No matter how fashionable or ex-
pensive your dress may be it
will not be effective unless your
figure is shaped
properly. 0 f
course you know
of your figure
upon your cor-
set. If you
wear a mocU'l
that is correct
it style and size
a n d ' is con
.structed to gi e
"long and satis-
then you can be
certain you have
the right styk
lash ion form
That is why we urge our customer.; to wear HENDER
SON FASHION FORM CORSETS. Tl
are designed in a wide variety of styk-
of figure. The superior construction of lij'tderson Corsets
assures the wearer of lasting and highly satisfactory service.
' popular oorsets
To introduce my new HENDERSON MODELS to the ladies
of this city 1 announce a SPECIAL SALE for ONE 'VEEK
ONLY. Demonstrations and fittings will not obligate you
All $4.00 Corsets for $2 25; $2.00 corsets for $1.25:
$1.50 corsets for $1.00 ard $1.00 corsets for 90c.
At the Churches
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCI-C.
First Christian ennreh corner Sixth
street and Iowa avenue liev. Andrew
P. Johnson minister.
Bible school 9:4.r..
Junior at 3 p. m. .
C. E. meeting at (1:15 p. m.
At. ID: 45 Sunday morning the mitUs-
ter w ill preach on "Some Motives for
Missions" and the offering will be tak-
en for foreign missions. It i the wish
of (he minister that everyone give
something to this work. Let list make
an offering that we will be proud of.
At 7:.'!0 the minister will preach the
sixth sermon in the tUuiilay evening
Kerb's on "The. Light of the World."
Special music for the morning will be
a duet by Mrs. Russell Smith and Mrs.
T. D. Joiner and at. the evening serv-
ice a duet by Mr. and Mrs. Joiner. This
day promises to be in every way one of
the most interesting in this ministry
and we desire to see a large audience
present. Stranger and young people
especially Invited. This i.s the place
where .people cease to bo t rangers.
SELLING OUT AT COST.
That's what people do who neglect
the church and Bible school on Sun-
day. We especially invite you to be
present at the First. Christian church.
The service will inspire you and the
welcome you will receive will warm
your heart through the week. Poople
cease to be strangers here.
Holy Name church corner of Kansas
avenue and Seventh street Rev. Ur-
vaji d Hasmie D. D. rector.
Low masb 8 a. ni.
Christina doctrine class followed by
paroachial mass and srimon 0:1.
Benediction of tho blessed sacra-
ment 7 p. in.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.
Services at Carnegie library Sixth
and Iowa avenue.
Sunday school !):)" a. m.
Lesson sermon H a. m. Subject
Testimonial meeting Wednesday
evening 8 o'clock.
The public cordially Invited.
"First Baptist church corner Fourth'
street and Colorado avenue Rev. A J
Holt D. D. pastor.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m Edgar
Cowan superintendent. Primary de-
partment in basement Mrs. A. J. Holt
Service of song beginning promptly
at 11 a. m.
Sermon by the pastor on "Salvation
B. Y. P. TJ. Miss Beulah Trestridge
president. In the basement.
Evening service 7:30. Preaching
by the pastor on "Salvation."
Special music by choir and congre-
gation. Everyone invited strangers especial-
Congregational church comer ol
Texas avenue and Ninth street Rev
J C. Treat pastor.
Teachers and officers' meeting 9:15.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Com-
munion service and reception of mem-
bers. Ite Treat the pastor will
preach from the topic "lie Sent Them
Before His Face"
Young People's meeting at 7 p. m.
Evening worship a I: 7::i. The pastor
will preach. Topic "Lifted Up and
A cordial invitation Is extended to
Epworth Methodist church corner
Fourtn street and Iowa avenue Rev.
; L. Butler pastor.
Sunday school 9:15 a. m.
Conference and prayer 10:50 n. m.
Sermon by pastor 11 a m. Subject
'Holding Foi'h the" Word or Truth."
Intermediate. EpworlU League P
Junior Epworth League ? p. m.
Senior Epworth League 7 p. in.
Sermon by Dr. L. L. Johnson S p. m.
"The world is my parish."
Cumberland Presbyterian church
f.1!! Iowa avenue. Rev. A. A. Collins
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:."0 p. m.
Come and worship with u.s in the
good old-fashioned way.
St. Luke's Episcopal church corner
Sixih street and Kansas avenue
Fourth Sunday in Lent: Bible class
and Sunday school o : :in a. in.. Col.
Thos. J. O'Neill superintendent.
Holy Communion and sermon 11
Dean Davidson of SI. Paul's Catlie-
rral Oklahoma City will officiate.
A cordial .welcome to all S
Large increase In
Resources of Banks
Guthrie Okla. March 5. A state-
ment of the condition of the state
banks on Jan. 21 1910 and a compari-
son of the condition then with that of
Feb. 29 1908 two years- ago was is-
ttned by Bank Commissioner A. M.
The number of stale banks Jan. 21
1910 was COS; individual deposits $19-
9"8714; capital stock paid in $10079-
800; total resources. $i;s.i;05I95.
The figures from Feb. 29 19HS were:
Number of banks 470; individual de-
posits $180:122X4; capiial stock paid
in $i;.2.'::i21f.; total resources $20541-
2X1. The lotal increase in individual de-
posits in state banks between the pe-
riod compared is $.'5189fi459.
The first announcement for the of-
fice of county treasurer is made today
by V. T. (Billy) Cloud. This is an-
other race which prnmires to be an
Interesting one. V. S. Kllgoie th
present incumbent Is expected to run
again and R. II. Wilson at . present
county superintendent of -public in-
struction has announced that be will
enter the race for treasurer. Another
prospective candidate is John Fitch a
farmer near Chlckasha.
Mr. Cloud has an extensive acquaint-
ance in Chlckasha and. throughout the
county. V He came here fioiii Arkansas
In 1S9;'. and has been closely Ideritifi -d
with the growth of the town and' coun-
ty lb- has held various clerical portion:-
and his ability in l bit Kind of
work is well known. I or four jvar-s
ho was city clerk and assessor in the
early days of Chlckasha at.d he was
employed in the county treasurer's of-
fice about a year during which time
he iK.came thoroughly familiar with
tliei duties (f the office. Previous to
taking the latfer position Mr. Cloud
was engaged in the -mercantile bit-i-ness
"I believe I aou fpialified for the
office and know whit If requires. I'm
not looking for any snap and if I arn
elected I expect to give the people my
very best efforts" said he.
Mr Cloud is a "born nd bred"
Democrat as well n one from pt incl-
pie he says f. nl he declares his pur-
pose to make the race on bis own mer-
its with all proper consideration for
COCHRAN'S BUYER HAS
RETURNED FROM FAST
L. A. Nelson of the Cochran Cloilt-
ing Company ha returned from a
three weei;- visit In New York ft pent
in purchasing gor;!.i for the company.
His buying was tnust. wit Is fuel or' and
the C. C. ('. will curt' one of
strongest lir.es of elo'hlng in the city
The c. C. C. 1s now ni.cly Invnlb-d
in new quarters- ut 210 CM kasha five-
nn and completely furnished wp.f
new cases tables and fixture the
store present an attractive SHqwir-
finer. During the short time the C. C. C
Ins been doing biif ia -is In Chiekavhi
it has built. ur an excell'ni. patronage
w hich Increases h (.;isoii.
Extra good bill lonisht.
Frankels Bros.' big musical comedy
company. Pretty girls funny comedi-
ans elegant costumes good singing
dancing and fun-makers. They will put
on vaudeville tonight. This is one of
the bct fun ...':; s of Hie seasons so
don't fail lo see It. for the last lime
In your city.
Cousin Lou for Mine. Dramatic.
Price 10 and 15 cents.
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CALLED CURTAIN DOWN
ON A BUM OUTFIT
'.Mar..'igr Ilovey oT tlie New Stir
Theater created a sensation among the
audience hi it night when be rim down
the curtain on the vandewih. perform-
ance hut: bis a i met wi'h the ap-
proval of all. Mr. ilovry In a neat
speech then said that the show was
r. t. good eroiiKh for him and le
wouldn't epect his patron to listen
to anything too mor for him.
The t better will 1 closed until to-
morrow night when the Alhambri
Stock Company will open for a week's
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 5, 1910, newspaper, March 5, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730383/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.