Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 205, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 5, 1911 Page: 6 of 6
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHI CKASHA OKLAHOMA.
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J. B. Kelsay spent today in Ardmore !
on Indian laud business. :
A Beautiful Line of
..- V." 1 k . M
A. J. Bell the piano tuner
for a few days. Phone fc56.
Why Pay More
WHEN YOU CAN
GET IT AT
I'! J. It. Phiiis of Rusk Springs was
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i Ghlckaslia Business Coilego .
I Established 1904.
Full and complete Commercial and Stenographic courses
We secure positions for our graduates
f Many good positions will l& open during the fall and
i winter for bookkeepers and stenographers '
I Enroll now and he prepared. m.
pi en did Opportunity
to take the t long planned trip to
Zon? One-tfay Colonist Rates
Tickets will bo on rale Sept. lEth to Oct. 15. 1011 from aU
ponits in Oklihon a to destinations in Aibfrta At'mr.a
British Columbia "California" -Colorado. Idaho Mexico'
Ort-Kon Saskatchewan Texas Utah Washirylon and
yoniing. Splendid service i.s oil'ertd via .
Frisco Lines Convenient Route
These tickets are honored on the Frisco's finest train
carrying high-back coaches ea;iy reclining chair cars I free
and cafe observation diners h.wevcr will not be accepted
on btandard 1'ullniaa Sleepers.
If you contemplate trip to any point in above
'mentioned states call on nearest "Frisco"
Agent or address the undersigned and we will
take pleasure in giving you detailed information
about rate route of your tickets etc.
CO. FINCH Agent
C. 0. JACKSON D. P. A.
Oklahoma City Ok!a.
I Mr. and Mrs. John I Toll i s returned
; j yesterday from a few days visit in
! Alex with relatives.
: Mrs. L. II. White of Jones Okla. is
I i in the city for a few days visiting at
' tiio home of her sister.
i John SurbaeW of Cement was here
! today on his way to Ada where he
! will spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kisfelder spent
yesterday in Duncan the guests of
i Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Conger.
j Mrs. Edna T. Watkins left this
morning for Sulphur where she will
spend a week on pleasure.
J. A. Cox of this vicinity left yes-
terday for Shreveport La. where he
will spend a few weeks visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. J. . Ware o' Hivor-
dale fibrin are ir the city Ihe guests of
Mrs. K. M. I'ayne for a few days.
Misses Ilutli Stepp and Myrtle
! lleatherly will spend tomorrow in' Ok-
lahoma City the guests of friends.
Mrs. floorgo Hinds 327 Iowa ave-
nue has returned home after a three
weelia visit spent in Indiana and Ken-
tucky. James Kent went to Ada today
v hero ho expects to open a first class
hutcher shop. Mrs. Kent will join her
hn.'.hand there later.
In Silk Messeline Shiffon Wool Taffeta Serge and Velvet
We are receiving New Goods almost every diy in our Ready-to-VVear
department and wish to say in thisconnaction that we will show you the
most complete assortment in this department this season than has ever
been our pleasure to show. Our buyers visited the very best Eastern
Manufacturers and selected the plums. You will find in these garments
Style Fit and Workmanship as well as a very reasonable price.
We cordially invite every one to visit this great store and inspect
all the departments and see the beautiful lines of New Goods
the most complete ever shown in Chickasha
WHERE QUALITY IS HIGHER THAN PRICES
SHOES for MEN
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHING.
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Mrs. M. E. Downing and daughter
Miss Ceneva fllasscock have return-
ed from a short ':ut in Haleyville
iiiul Hot Springs Ark.
The Young Ladies (iuihl of the Pres-
hylerian church will meet at the home
of Miss Juanifa Hows Wednesday af-
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Morgan Hamilton and daught-
ers Mesdames Alger and Will Melton
have returned from Colorado Springs
where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Anna Curoton of South Fifth
street left today for Ft. Smith Ark.
where she. will spend a few weeks vis-
i iiing at the home of her brother J. B.
Misses Dorothy and Sybil Campbell
nf Tuttlo and Miss Gertrude Holloway
and brother Willis of I-amesa Texas
are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
P. II. Chevalio special agent lor the
Pioneer Telephone company is here
for a few days in the interest of the
Chickasha directory which will be
issued about the 10th of this month.
Dr. Ktnory C. Warren left today for
Quinlan where he has a large dental
practice. He is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Frank Warren of this cily and
i has been visiting his parents.
J. Q. fitirgett marketed two bushels
of line peaches in the city today from
! his place on West Hill. The fruit was
; among the largest that has been sold
j in Chickasha this season.
J Mrs. Julia Robbins and niece Miss
i Moffett will leave tomorrow for Chi-
I cago Detroit Buffalo and Niagara for
; a pleasure trip of three weeks. They
i will go into Canada while away and
; visit for a few days.
j Mr. and Mrs. O. A. fihutte and fam-
i Hy and Mr. and Mrs. If. K. Kicker and
family of Kl Reno paged through
Chickasha this afternoon on theirway
to Sulphur for an outing. The party
! left Kl Reno early this morning in
I two touring cars but one broke down
' and it was left for repairs the party
; continuing; on tneir journey in one car.
S G. C. RVrriamCa.
vic-!d of oiiHd'MH e in
( inifii Kei if for I
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I 1' . ud. I'oolesville
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Sold Three Car Loads
cl Horses Market Day
Three car loads of horses were ship-
ped out of Chickasha today as the
refult of the market day sale held yes-
terday r.uyers for car load lots wtjre
lu re In larpe numbers.- The proceeds
o. the sale were aoout j.iimo altuougn
all sali s were not directly through the
Col. Hubbard Fays that the sale was
a record breaker for this season of the
year. It is estimated that tftrtO peo-
ple were here for the pale. Cows and
horses sold at a r.ood figure.
RAILROAD TIME CARDS.
No. S east bound; t):15 .
No. 10. east bouud. ....... . 2:05 p. ni.
No. 40(1 "Governor" i..8:59 p. in.
No. 9 west bound.. 12:55 p. m
No. 7. westbound.. 7:E5 p. m.
No. 405 "Governor" 9:15. a. m.
$:0 p. m 7:00 a. m.
7:30 p. m .11:00 a. m.
ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY.
No. 12 3:20 a. m
No. 24 2:00 p. m. 2: 25 p. m.
No. 32 7:17 p. m
No. 11 12:35 a. m. 12:45 a. m.
No. 23 2:15 p. m 2:40 p. m.
No. 31 8:18 a. ni.
El Reno Chickasha & Mangum.
No. 725 9:10 a. m 9:20 a. m.
No. 727 3:25 p. m. 3:35 p. m.
No. 72S 10:45 a. m 11:00 a. m.
No. 725 5:30 p. m 5:40 p. m.
Pauls Valley Branch.
What You Do
You get the best.
You pav no more.
You get prompt delivery.
You get courteous treat-
ment. In all you get satisfaction
when you trade at
A. L. Pettyjohn's
C. O. D. Grocery
502 CHICKASHA AVE.
743 1:10 P.
789 6:40 p. ra.
.9:35 a. in.
.2:45 p. m.
Certain of Succest.
1 mean to make myself a man and
If I succeed In that I shall succeed
la everything. Garfleld.
The highest point of woman's hap-
piness is reached only through moth-
erhood in the clasping of her child
within her anus. Yet the mother-to-be
is often fearful of nature's ordeal
and shrinks from the suffering inci-
dent to its consummation. l!ut for
nature's ills and discomforts nature
provides remedies and in Mother's
l'rieud is to be found a medicine of
great value to every expectpnt mother.
It is an oily emulsion for external
application composed of ingredients
which act with beneficial and sooth-
ing effect on those portions of the
system involved. It is intended to
prepare the system for the crisis and
thus relieve in great part the suffer-
ing through which the motherusually
passes. T lie regular use of Mother's
Friend will repay any mother in the
comfort it afford;; before and the help-
ful restoration to health and strength
it brings aWit after baby comes.
is lor sale at WnCA
tUug stores. VWvS
Write for our
free book for TOWX
expectant moth- iV-WW
crs which contains much valuable
information and many suggestions
of a lieliiful nature.
&RADHLLD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Co.
Grand Dispersion Sale
ot Pure bred Duroc Jersey hogs. This
sale consists of 50 head of hogs choice
brood sows; one aged male; choice
Jersey tows horses and mares and
atjgora goats farm implements pure
bred barred Plymonth Rock hens.
Terms of sale in reach of everyone
15 months time. Remember the date
September 21 22 miles west of
Chickasha. Geo. W. Caldwell owner.
Col. 11. J. Hubbard auctioneer. 9-5-d&v
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The best popular-priced Corset made.
Every figure can be becomingly corseted in one
of the many attractive) W.B. i NutormH models.1
Thev present the figure in eraceful lines and erect
'poise effecting a decided improvement.
Made of service-giving fabrics daintily. finished
and perfect in fit
Price $1.00-up ward to $5.00 per pitr.)
SotJ at all ttoret everywhere
WE1NCARTEN EROS. Malm 34ta St ud Br.ilw.. H. Y.
This company has several wagon
loads of cinders to give away. They
are from first grade semi-anthracite
coal and are excellent for filling mak-
ing concrete for sidewalks basement
etc. Free. Go to light plant 1st and
CHICKASHA LIGHT HEAT & POW-
Phone 100. 317 Chickascha Ave.
WORDS OF THANKS.
We desire to express our apprecia-
tion and thanks to our neighbors and
friends for their many words of cheer
and acts of kindness during the sick-
ness of our son and brother Travis
Boston and to especially thank them
for tho comfort and consolaation of-
fered us and tender sympathy express-
ed In the last sad rites and services.
We pray God's blessing on one and all.
M. K. Boston Ike Boston Roy Bos-
ton J. H. and A. D. Kiippo.
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TO EE HAPPY KEEP WELL
COUGHS AND COLDS
AND ALL DISEASES CF
THROAT AFm LUUV.S
Fricej SOc and $X.OO
J SOLO AN3 CUARANTEEO BY CZI
THE BROWN DRUG COMPANY
ATTACKS SCHOOL PRINCIPAL.
A severe attack on school principal
Chas. It. Allan of Syhanla Gu. is
thus told by him. "l-'or more than
three years" he writes "I suffered In-
describable torture from rheumatism
liver and stomach ttouhle and diseas-
ed kidneys. All remedies failed till I
used Kleetric Bitters hut four bottles
cured me completely." 'Such results
are common. Thousands bless them
for curing stomach (rouble female
complaint kidney disorders bilious-
ness and for new health and vigor.
Try them. Only r'c at. Brown & Co.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 205, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 5, 1911, newspaper, September 5, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730692/m1/6/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.