Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 217, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRE68 CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1920.
CHIEF SMITH RESIGNS.
Oklulioimi 'ity Mayor Walton
has accepted (he nomination of
Jerry Smith former chief of police.
Sni.ith is the democratic nominee tor
NEGRO BOUND OVER.
'McAloKlHr niarlt8 Walker negro
prisoner clmi-Red with the murder
(4' a white convict ut. the state peni-
tentiary here recently has en
bound over to the district -omt for
C. OF C. BUILDING ROADS.
Hugo The chamber of commerce
la tioustrm'tirvg twenty miles of
hard roads- from hero northeast to
Snencervlllo unci Ratten.
Expres Want Ad -q retulu
COTTON GROWERS ORGANIZE
HiiKO 'otton growers ot '!ioctiiw
county have organized a county as-
sociation to" assist farmers In mar-
keting their crops.
MINNETT OPTICAL CO.
l'or eye comfort lot us make
your glasses. Our reputation isj
508 First National Rank BIdg.
Grove'i Tastercsa ctiHI Tonic
stores vitality and energy by pnrifylnjl ami cn
rk liiiif the bluod. You cau soon feel Us Streniitl
niutf. InvitiurHtinif KtTuct. Jrjre GOc.
I I 1.1 .V
Clever New Frocks
Within Every Woman's Income
Prices on these smart Frocks are noticeably lowered.
For Kail days no woman need deny herself' the satis-
faction of being correctly chid with this opportunity
$19.75 to $125.00
Fall and Winter Suits
In All Desired Styles Fur- Trimmed or Plain
vn''n".'(VIOt lr'v'"t a".v "oman from owning a smart new Suit
111 l'sired new modes at prices that are no longer
burdensome. All colors all siges id slvles -
$29.50 to $225.00
Maybe you need a serviceable
Coat that can stand all sorts
of bard wear. There are styles
liere that will suit your taste
and your purse
$12.75 to $ro.oo
Few women will he aide to
resist the new Wraps. They
are beautiful lo look al just
as delightful to' possess and
not high in price
$22.50 to $119.50
Your Children's Shoos Will Cost You Less Than
You've Expected at
THE BOOTEME "SCHOOL AND
because we bought them when the factories were
comparatively idle last summer. Other stores that
waited until the last moment before placing- their
orders have found that prices have stiffened con-
siderably and the result is that we are able to save
you parents from 20 to 25 percent on the present
market prices. '
But far more important than the price you pay
is the fact that "Bootcrie" School Shoes can be ab-
solutely depended upon for undeviating reliability
and they look good from beginning- to end.
Tomorrow we feature thirty splendid kinds of
boys' and. girls' shoes in shapely foot-conforming
styles . f
Prices at $3.50 to $7.95
. "Quality Always."
"The Family Shoe Store.
EXTRAORDINARY SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
The Kind that Wear High in Quality
and Low in Price
Every boy in town can be fittted in a Suit at The Dixie. Our
stock includes all models and sizes. These Suits are made of ma-
terials that will stand the hard knocks that the average boy gives
hi's clothes. Our Suits were bought at extraordinary low prices
and we are giving our customers the advantage of it. Here are
a few of our prices :
Boys (!ood Heavy Mixed Suits sizes .5 to 10 priced speeiul -$9.75
Hoys Wool Flannel Suit.'-; in blue brown and green priced-$t2.50
Hoys Good All-Wool Blue Serge Suits in lf sizes priced- $14.75
big assortment of Hoys (Jood All-Wool Suits full lined pants
Hies b to 1(1 priced $1650
Hart Schaffner & Marx fine Suits for boys made like father's '
lrv'l - -- - $24.75 to $34.75
Bargains in the
Good Cotton Blankets sizes 45x72
worth $2.50 special for $1.95
Good Heavy Woolnap Blankets size
64x76 worth $6 special $4.95
Heavy Nashna Blankets 68x72 worth
$5.00 special $3.95
Best Grade 8-oz. Duck worth 50 c
special yard 3f)c
Good Heavy Outings in white and
dark colors worth 40c special 20c
36-in. Bleached Muslin worth 35c
26-in. Percales wortli 30c yard special
Dress Ginghams in plaids dark colors
worth 40c special yd. 29c
36-in. Dark Percales worth 45c yard
Ladies Good Lisle Hose worth 50c pair
Men's Work Clothes
Men's good heavy Blue Overalls union
made worth $3 special pair2.50
Men's good heavy Blue Gray and Dot-
ted Work Shirts all sizes worth
$1.75 and $2.00 special $1.50
Men's heavy Elk Work Shoes worth
$5.00 special ...$3.95
Men's Gun Metal Blucher Shoes worth
Boys Blouses in all sizes worth $1.25
Men's Lisle Sox in black and gray 25c
grade special 2 for ' 35c
1 Lot of Gray Mixed Sox worth 20c
special pair jrjc.
Men's Canvas Gloves worth 25c special
per pair 20c
Boys' Coveralls sizes 9 to 18 priced
special at $300
About. HO Men's and Young
Men's Suits im . single and
double breasted stvles worth
$10. special $29.7?
Ladies All-Wool Poplin Suits in
navy pleated models fancy
linings worth every cent of
$40 special i'or $29.75
Ladies All-Wool Serge Dresses in
new fall styles headed and
embroidcre.fl worth $.'(0.0(1
special for $19.75
SPECIALS IN THE SHOE DEPARTMENT
Hig Misses Gun Meal English Shoes low heels
sizes i to I priced speeiul $5.95
Hig Girls Hrown English Shoes sizes :? to 7
priced special $6.95
Ladies Black Kid Hoots high heels priced
t . $6.95
Ladies Hrcwn Kid military heels priced
Lad ies Black Kid military heel priced per
Misses Brown English High Top Shoes sizes
12 to 2 priced $5 95
Misses Gun M-tat Shoes high tops sizes 12
to 2 priced 54 95
'Misses Black Kid Shoes sixe 12 to 2 priced
Iair - $4.25
Brown Calf Shoes for children sizes S 1-2 to
1. Pr'''d $4.50
Children's Gun Metal English Shoes sizes 9
to 12 priced $3.95
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 217, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1920, newspaper, September 10, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730705/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.