Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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IG1 TURKEY DAY
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C III C KASHA DAILY RaI'IIIISS C II I C K A R II A OKLAHOMA
ALL SOLDIER LADS AT
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Will Taste Better
The whole Thaiiksjnvinii
will be more enjoyable with a
Nei'j Suit or Gvcrzoat
As usual this store is ready
with every apparelnecd for
Shir tsH ais JSfeckwear
Every line with a style 'touch' '
that's emphatically good taste.
Spi'i'n! (ii the Kxprcss.
(':;p'i Tr.iviM Ti'.. N.iv. Zl.
cruit lluwaul i:. Dowukui i.I' CiiirUa-
t'ha Cnuly county Oklahoma urriv-
cd at Cam i) Travis Monday Novom
hi'r ID 1!)I7 and was assi;;ni'd to
Company u(i. I In hays from what he
him koch since iiiTivinR that army
lifo isn't half un bad as he lliou;.;iU it
i would lie.
j Major (IiMici-.il llcury T. Allen
coniniandinR: the !(th division of the
National army composed of men of
the KoU-ctoil draft from Texas and
sc. ids the following
greetings to the 1'oius
I "This fine
P Ik & J.
of Texas ar.d
-Oltlalnmin selectmen has ubund.tnt
i(.asoiiR for being grateful at thla
TIutiiksgiviiiB time: For fie wonder-
ful advantapes in chmate and shelter
that aro ours for the i;rent jn'ORrcss
wo aro nmkhis in our war
tion so evident on all sides and for b;-twocn
Mho soldiiM- su!ir(i:i;i-ioii-!y obey any
demand made of him. The latter per
mit c;u h ilidivi.h;;'.! to c.er -i.a his vo-
lition in tit!" ( ioi e of p.aim.';' and
sports I'mlt r the head of sports In
;lhis division are found football base
ball b.u ket ball volley ball hand
.ball soccer tenuis sw imtu'.nf'.. P'1
boN.'np. and wt'-sjling
j At this time the division champiou-
'ship in liaseball is heiiuv decided anil
jibe division football team is hoini;
shancd to nteei. all lotners on the
Ki.Miron. I'oxin;; niatehi s are he'il
each Wednesday afternoon and at
nights in the various organisations.
Organization athletic fields have a!
ready been laid out and aro bein;.'. i
improved by the vtirtous (M'gantii-
(ions assigned to IhiMti. Thirst: fields
include fool hall and baseball field.'.
and play grounds for each organiza-
tion. Tin: division athletic field is
prepared and granibdvii'ds seal-
seventeen and eighteen
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Picture If Ton Cart
the Pathetic I'hgiit of a
Dciutiful "While Girl
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a 3 aro 3 licr Dmque
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f.V.Iy Vet Boldly and
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tl Special Thanksgiving Feature s
I THURSDAY N()Vi:MI5KU :vth j
4 A HOFrMAN- TOURSQUARE PICTURE
the superb support you are giving us. thousand people are being; built.
"As its head. I t 1 k e a special pride Dm e each week all athletic ofi'i-
in sending cordial greetings to the pa-rs us well us all others who are in-
Iriotie fathers and mothers w ives ! ;ere?.red in nrowotiif? athletics and
and sweethearts brothers and sisierr ail forms of amu'ienicnt in this di
who are making continuous sacrilie- ion meet togetlier for the purpose of
es that the men of the SlOth division exchanging ideas discussing plans
iiaay nobly and heroically reprcsiuit and co-operating hi every wp.y toward
jlliem and the country in the great the accomplishment of the main end
: struggle for world liberty and for the in view bringing about the absorb-
preservation of christian civilization. ! ing of the interest and participation
In hciialr of all the members of of every man In tins division in
..this camp I Bend affectionate greet-
ing to the Folk Back Home who in a
'thousand ways are aiding the govern-
jment in the prosecution of this right-
jeous war. No one has had more evl-
: dence of your trials and your devo-
tion to the flag than the writer oT
'this letter for not a day passes that
jl do net hear directly from some of
"My responsibility tv you for you:'
jboys is great and 1 solemnly protn-
jise you to consecrate my utmost ef-
I forts to their training and leading to
the end the greatest possible number
may be returned safe and sound to
jyou when they have loyally discharg-
ed their obligations to their country
I and to the world
j "Henry T. Allen
j "Major General Commanding UClh
in undertaking the task of supply-las Ion
ling hcallliy recreative games tor the Will be
;men of th
Camp Travis the first point taken
was 1;t nrnnnln thut fru-m nt n
p.nent which would enable the
o hand m ImM
"TXtSO is a dcJiciously irr?slstib!? drink with oceans Of
""(vovin it bccaur.t? it's diss wUh ihc nourishment coming
Ixm jfn!c!ers hrirvest ihUk and ionic hof-gj.x!ens. The next
ire vru r'"t a bed stcrL vh:n your l iat iUs are slow and
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r i mm in slower wion year eyes ar auu dim netavy
our iitvc. rre :'l on'ccee- iriiwr. us
some form of outdoor sport or game.
The only thing that will prevent
the soldiers at Camp Travis having
a real old fashioned "Family Thanks-
giving Dinner" this year" will be the
absence of "the Family." There will
be turkey galore and every soldier is
urged to have a whetted appetite on
that Cay. liarrels of celery kegs of
cranberries oysters potatoes both
Irish and sweet and ilie goodness
oily knows what else will bo found
on the various bills of fare.
Some of the companies are not
only preparing n special menu: hut
are having these menus printed en-
graved for the purpose of sending
to the Folks Ihu k Home.
I The three months the men have
Jheen together at. Camp Travis have
resulted in ties oT friendship and af-
I fectioii being cemented that will last.
as I! to
90th division stationed at. loved ones at homo
lasts. While there
and wishes for the
there will also
be joy and happiness amonp
an' ; diets of damn Travis. And
largest ' have vast quantifier- of the
number of men to participate. Work- peti;:ing things to eat. What is prob
ing along these lines calisthenic i ablv more the point they will
drills were divided into disciplinary down to their Thanksgiving dinner
drills and recreative drills. The for-1 with appetites that millionaires would
mer teach precision and tend to make 'give fortunes to possess.
TO POOR OF CITY
The Voluntters of America will
make their seventh annual Thanks-
giving distribution of food and cloth-
ing among the poor of this city to-
morrow. Something like twenty-four
families have been visited and pro-
visions will he distributed among
The majority of these are widows
that are unable to support them-
selves end children. Net only will
they he provided with food but cloth-
ing will be given them as well. The
clothing that wiil be given them is ril
The poor will also be supplied
I with coal as several tons have been
bought lor them. Although this is
not enough to run through the win-
ter it will greatly relieve the situa-
THo conditions among the poor are
perhaps better this year than for
some time as many of the families
are able to make enough to run
through the winter since work is so
plentiful' and the pay is higher than
it has been for some time.
rrli GO OR I
Red Cross Headquarters at Carnegfe
Library Phone 1452
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IN UNION FOR PAIL
I The Thank;giviiig union services
if the ''hiekasha. clinrches will be k
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Oid-ra co'd boU'? of
c! -rk .tud btfore
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i.ty ."inri i-y Drarimc
iin st toc'-y 'i i'Ci t c.u.r'r jJa c.ij?f.v your home.
HAMM rXCLSO COMPANY ST. PAUL. MINN.
nnd th-npar?st soft drin''
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-). ff'-'t l'.-ck1oo'k yon" it- mre tr1.;
hr rr.-.r ci- a fiod rtiynt' rrt. Uont let tne
ot.-TT-Tr sv vo s P 0 fn Chtrl
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'Tis a strantre thins whin we ec.nie
to think iv it Umt money a
man frets fr his wurrnk th' riern nio
issary it is to th' wurruiil that he shuc
po 011 wiirrukiir. Ye'er boss can ir"
to I'urls on n combination wedding an'
divoriir 'trip an no wan bothe"s hit
head .iliout him. Tbn if yi shtnl
to Paris excn-'c mi. fr Inubin' in
sill' black in th' .face th' industhrees
iv th' counthrj- pines away." -Exchange.
fv-ci(t4 for ei 1;.J(V .XPrH
t mat mm iwui-WB ao u 1
I & Hm cio vou lilte my Shmc! ?J
f '" TTf
1 t .. a f. - ! -it -it '-'if' i
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did it. 50 shines for a dime. Every box saves
r:? 4.0 acd my shozs vrear longer. Wtj daa't
ou u y a boz 1 01 AY. i c u c 5 a i lo c"?.
f - - Prs?F err " "
and a box of is A
t!i3 idsal shoe shiaing
" Ask Nearest Store.
Phone all news tor the lied Cross
column to 745.
Jimmie Given Away Saturday.
Jimmie is looking for a new home.
On Saturday Jimmie will be given
away by the Grady County lied Cross
chapter. Jimmie is seven years old
has a fine disposition and is especial-
ly fond of playing with children. lie
hasn't a single bad trait and the Red
Cross chapter is anxious to get him
the best home possible. He is fat
and healthy and has never had
.sick riav in his life. Jimmie is the
little black pony that has been used
bv the Kod Cross- in gathering up pa-1
per around the city. !
The Red Cross has diseon .inucd '
the practice of gathering old paper i
because of the low price and so Jim-
mie must find new : iwers.
Jimmie will ho given away Satur-
day to the holder of the hi city number.
Kitty Graham belter known as
1 Kitty Ilardwiek former mistress of
HiiCi Tuxedo rooms and who was ar-
! rested Monday oil two different
I charges was taken before Justice
Moore's court and allowed to make
la S'H.Vi bond and vus released from
i custody. It is thought lliat further
jaetion will ho taken by" the county
: attorney's office some time soon
j An injunction enjoining persons
from the further use of the building
; or any part thereof was granted yes-
'terday evening by Judge Davenport.
' County Attorney Simpson
morning I am going to
place mid keep it: closed."
All union barrier shops will
Melosed all dav Tbitrsdav Thr.nks
27-L't M." A. Jordan Ho
IE COLOR IN CHEEKS
The Thanksgiving union services
the ''hiekasha. churches will be
held tomorrow i'i;v;!t at 'he Chris-
tian church and Itev. Vm liouham
of the i'resii'. lerian church will
preach the sermon.
Imparting from the custom Hint
has been followed in the past the ser-
vices will b" held ill the evening In-
stead of the at'loreion. Services will
l;i:-:;in at 7 :".
An offering wiil ho taken at (hose
services ami. the money that is se-
cured will be turned over to the
V ni ted Charities association to lie
used in taking care ;f th? poor of the
All of tho--e V horn the Charities
have been looking after for the past
few weeks have been provided with
baskets of food for Thanksgiving and
the needy v. ill not he slighted in lb:
In th"se ba"
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gar jm-X bnti'T.
"so clothes i'l lie rest out thi-i
Tlianksaivieg but ano'iier clothes day
v. ill be 'held in the near future so
that those wis: are unable to buy
ot suffer through tin:
All the local nimrods who have
';: noiishiinr tile old "blunder buss"
v.illi the idea of gelling out and
shooting up a few members of the
Hob White tribe on Thanksgiving
day have been doing considerable
polishing in vain for there will he no
sluughter of the quail family tomo;1-
row. Not unless the party doing the
slaughtreiug wishes to violate the
law be pinched and forced to tell
"why he done it."
This is all straight dope from the
office of Slate Came Warden Smith
or Oklahoma city. Deputy (Jame
Warden Sbarpe ot Chiekastia talked
to the chief this morning by phono
on the subject of Thanksgiving hunt-
ing. "As lar ns (mails are concerned
it will be absolutely against the law
ami anyone shoe-Mis quail on tomor-
row will lay themselves liable to
piweclHimi." said '. Mr. Sbarpe. ".Sat-
urday Dec. .1 is the first day of the
quail season which continues to Jan.
jl. .H may he a: little hard on noma
of the boys who have very infrequent
hdlldavtj but it is the law and must
Code of Beauty.
Our emit funl schedule- of beauty la
I often feel a vuy formal affair
lather wo are ufraid or ashamed to
differ from received eo'niotis or we
have never thought of revising tha
code we adopted in our youth or wa
do not. really look at things or w
do not eare about beauty nt all. A. C.
Benson " .
Mhor!o. for tne Dally Expreai
nave been placed
.'.e h as coffee su
Be Better Looking
It wa ram.'ounced
Red Cross sewing rot
ed Thanksgiving day
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sell milk and cream for ( ash only
.will have tickets for ; pints oi
marts to tbs $1 o ard r-ti art ami
losing bottles I wiil ar-k you to
out your bottle every day and I
give y.'.u pn.id -irvii".
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1917, newspaper, November 28, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730433/m1/3/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.