Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 4, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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Duofold Bed Davenports
Our new Davenports hold a 35
pound cotton mattress makes
on excellent bed. A carload
to sell at
Rugs and Draperies to be found in our De-
partment to match all colors.
Hooiier Kitchen Cabinets roll door white
enamel lined. Sold on easy payments.
Call at our music room and h?ar the New Edi-
son Diamond Disc Phonograph. No needles
to change. No metallic sound.
Sold on Easy Payments.
OF THE TOWN
Claycomb & Anderson
Furniture and Undertaking
BAD COUGH? FEVERISH? GRIPPY?
You nood Dr. King's New Discovery
to stop that cold the soothing balsam
ingredients lienl tho irritated mem-
branes soollio the sore throat the an-
liHcpllo qualities kill tho gorn and
your cold la quickly relieved. Dr.
King's New Discovery has for 4S years
been tho standard remedy lor cough
and colds In thousands of homes. Gel
a bottle today and have it handy in
your medicine chest for coughs colds
croup Rrlppo and nil bronchial affec-
tions. At your druggist .)0c
FLOWERS FOR EASTER
We will have a complete assortment
of blooming plants and cut flowers
lilies tulips hyacinths daffodils be-
gonias roses carnations and other eea-
Your patronage solicited.
" If not convenient to call personally
telephone telegraph or write us and
your orders will receive as careful at-
tention as If you made a personal se-
lection. CHICKASHA GKKKN HOUSE
Florists of Quality.
fi2S South Fifth St. Phone 4S
Chickasha Okla. 4-2-tit
Proof of Golf's Ancient Or
' The game of golf goes back ut least
five centuries. One of the pictures In u
Dutch Illuminated Hook of Hours now
In the IU-l-ish museum. Is a minting
of three men putting at n ho". In the
turf (is In modern golf. ' Although tho
Dutchmen did play nnd paint golf they
did not write nlmiit it so there are no
records describing the game.
Is at Home III.
K. K. Frederick" Is ill at his home
304 North Fourth street.
Born a Son.
Horn this morning at the t'hli kasha
hospital to Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. An-
ile thou a boy.
Ladies Aid Meet.
Tho Ladies Aid anil Missionary so-
ciety of the First Haptlst church will
meet tomorrow at 1!:'!0 p. in in the
Pupils Will Give Recital.
Mrs. D. H. Itoche announces that her
music pupils will give a recital on Wed-
nesday evening April 11 ut tho resi-
dence of L. D. .Major.
Soci.il Circle Meets.
The Ladles Social Circle of the Pres-
byterian church will meet Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. W. V.
Clark 412 South Sixth street. A large
attendance is urged.
Pastor's Aid Society.
The Pastor's Aid socitey of the First
Christian church will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the church
purlors. A full attendance is desired
as future work Is to be planned.
A Holiness revival in this city will
start Saturday April 7. Rov. S. A.
Williams of this city and Rev. J. W.
Hamilton of Comanche Texas will do
the preaching. It will be held in a tent.
The O. I. A. to the B. of L. K. will
hoid their regular meeting at the K.
P. hall. After the business session the
I tdies will entertain their families at
a social hour. All members are urged
to be present.
Revival is Closed.
Rev. J. J. Uearden pastor of Wes-
ley Methodist church in the north part
of the city announces the close of his
revival with gratifying results. "We
had four additions and more will join
later and the w hole church was great-
ly revived" said he. "Rev. J. G. Mc-
Knight assisted me. He is a fine evan-
gelist and any preacher needing help
will not make a mistake by getting
It's a waste of time to experiment
with liniments and plasters when jou
have a dull throbbing backache or
sharp stabbing twinges. Get after the
cause! Help the kidneys with Doan's
Kidney Pills. Read this.
Mrs. F. K. Spaulding ."28 South
Fight h St. Chickasha. says: "I have
tuken Doan' Kidney Pills on several
occasions when I have felt run down
or my back has caused me misery
and each time I have found them sat-
isfactory. They have always given
me immediate relief."
Price one at all dealers. Don't sim-
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Spaulding had. Foster-Miiburn
Co. Props. Buffalo N. Y. Adv.
EDISON TELLS WHEN
A MAN IS EDUCATED
Famous Inventor Says Men Should Keep
in Touch With Affairs of the Day
Discussing "what constitutes an edu-
cation" Thomas A. Edison said a man
is educated when he is "somewhat fa-
miliar wi(h every branch of the envi-
ronment in wnich we live social com-
mercial and scientific."
This holds out hopa to the young
people struggling upward in the world
(today. They can educate themselves.
No better and more concise fund of
information Is held out to men and wo-
men boys and girls today than the
Xew Universities Dictionary now be
ing distributed to readers of this pa-
These $20 Suits
Set New Value Records
in Mens Clothes
The suits we're featuring at $20.00 provide excess
values in in men's clothes; your clothes money
can't find a better investment. Undoubtedly the
widest assortment you'll find in town. Styles
that will strongly capture the young fellows.
We've also provided for men who carry more
years. They'll find clever conservative styles
characterized by distinction and dignity.
Easter Hats Ties and Shirts
The Quality Store for Men and Boys
FINAL RETURNS OF
(By Y. W. C. A. Girls.)
Some few more pledges toward the
Y. W. C. A. budget were sent in
day making the total about nine hun-
dred and fifty dollars. Of this amount
a hundred and twenty dollars and
ninety-six cents ($120.90 1 came from
per. This dictionary condenses in one the tags which the people so generous-
Subscribe ror van r'allv KxDrpss
get your Dress at
20 per cent discount.
volume most of the information con
cerning the world's present-day Activ-
ities. It is more than a vocabulary
nicro than a mere list of words it is a
complete inventory of to-day's English.
Hi's paper's offer of this remarkable
book has proven to be highly popular.
The demand for the dictionary con-
tinues with increasing force. Already
new supplies have been ordered and
the publishers say they have equal de-
mands from other cities making it
hard for them to keep up with orders.
Since this is purely an educational of-
fer and the books are given out at
nominal expense tie mere cost ol
handling the time limit will soon be
reached and readers are urged to get
their copies without delay.
WANT EH Clean cotton rags at ths
Daily Eipresn office. Higtiest tsalb
ly bought some for a dollar and some
for anything over a nickel. The col-
lege pledges amounted to $:!!:'
came from subscriptions of town peo-
ple which were as follows:
Oklahoma National bank $27. uO Peo-
ple's Store $15 A. B. Leeds $10 Wil-liamson-Halsell-Frasier
$10 H. J.
Brownson $10 Bond Melton & Melton
$10 T. II . Williams $10 Ben F. John-
son $10 Morgan & Gribi $10 Chicka-
sha National bank $10 Palace drug
store $10 Mrs. Wootten $10 C. Schlot-
te.rbeek $10 M. A. Wylie $3.50 Mr. and
Mrs. Gadd $5 Garvey Bros. $5 Eagle
Merc. Co. $5 E. E. Wren $5 Barefoot
& Carmichael $5 J. C. Jones $5 Supe-
rior Cleaners $5 B. E. Carter $5. L'y-
num & Co. $5 ChTckasha street rail-
way $5 M. S. Cralle $5 Newell &
Thompson $5 G. H. Evans $5 Frey Ins.
agency $5 L. E. Emanuel $." Ed Shee-
gog $5 B. W. Fesler $5 Farmers State
bank $11 M. D. Anderson $3 Chickasha
Green House $3 Hart Cotton Machine
Co. $:! John T. Owsley $3 H. E. Mai
$2.50 John 11. Venable $2.50 F. J.
Gamble $2.50 J. E. McNeill $2.75 Bar-
ton's Garage $2.50 Western Oil Sta-
tion $2.75 Western Union $2.50 New
Chickasha Hotel $2.50 J. W. Owsley
$2 Star Printing Co. $2 Mr. Wads-
worth $2. Macklin & Faught $2 A. C.
('rose $2 W. C. Boone $2 Major Bros.
$5 John E. White $5 J. O. White $5
J. L. Olive $5 Chickasha Hospital r'x
Rev. Cohen $5 W. S. Corbin $5 S. H.
Bond $5 G. B. Forrester $5 E. Tignor
$5. W. H. Cook $5 Chickasha Milling
Co. $5 Wm. Cameron & Co. $5 Pearl
Laundry $5 Mf. Bingham $5 Citizens
National bank $5 I. A. Bone $5 Moore
Grain Co. $5 Owl drug store $3 W.
E. Byrne $2 C. 'Foster $2 A.
Clark $2 Wolverton Elec. Co. $2.50
City Market $2. Mr. Kelly $2V Cochran
Abstract Co. $2 J. P. Wolverton $2
Mr. Bock $2 Early Hotel $2 Mr. Rice
$2 Rev. Wm. Denham $2 Black Dia-
mond $2 Darnell's $2 B. W. Lubman
$1.50 E. E. Colby $1.50 Turner Pro-
duce Co. $1.50 Flatau Jewelry Co. $1
Terrell Bros. $1 Mr. Norvelle $1
Mr. Wallace $1 G. H. Thrailkill $1
Watch Hospital $1 Mrs. Johns $1 Er-
win Anderson $1 B. J .Roystad $1
Mrs. M. Williner $1 Hamilton Tailors
$1 F. L. Slusher $1 Geo. G. Calvert
$1 S. L. Black $1 J. R. Pollard $1
Dunbar & Whitlock $1 J. E. Watkins
$1. Refinery $1 C. T. Sigmon $! Texas
Petroleum Co. $1 W. T. Ramey $1 H.
T. Hampton $1 Fair Store $1 Bitsche
Bros. $1 Chas. Bly $1 Mr. Dunham $1
Mrs. Johcnson $1 L. M. Chase $1 J.
A. Boyd $1 Ross Cox $1 Wayne Wheel-
ock $1. H. N. Mullican $1 Mr. Shep-
ard $1 Mr. Nugent $1 McGranahan &
Gulihur $1 Ikard Bros. $1 J. A. Schow
$1 D. C. Nichols $1. B. C. Bing $1 A.
II. Eldred $1 James L. Hill SI W. H.
Devlin $1 Booth's Book store $1 Dev-
lin & Son $1 Modern Supply $1 Fergu-
son & Frerynan $1.
The Hub Clothing company adheres
t.r Us rule of giving to the Y. W. C.
A. five per cent of all sales to college
STOP LEFT OVER COUGHS.
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey will stop
that hacking cough that lingers from
January. The soothing pine balsam
loosens the phlegm heals the irritated
membrane the glycerine relieves the
tender tissues you breathe easier and
coughing ceases. Don't neglect a lin-
gering cough it is dangerous. Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey Is antiseptic and
pleasant to take benefits young and
old get it at your druggist .today. For-
mula on the bottle. 25c. Jm-d-w
THRONES ARE TOTTERING
SPRAINS AND STRAINS RELIEVED
Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the
pain out of strains sprains bruises and
all muscle soreness. A clean clear
liquid easily applied it quickly pene-
trates without rubbing. Sloan's Lini-
ment does not stain the skin or clog
the pores like mussy plasters or oint-
ments. For chronic rheumatic aches
and pains neuralgia gout and lumba-
ro have this well-known remedy han-
dy. For the pains of grippe and fol-
lowing strenuous work it gives quick
relief. At all druggists. 25c. lm-d w
Did rou get your Dress at j
Bullard'sT 20 per tent discount !
4.4. 4. 4.4. fjVk
THE END of MONARCHY is NEAR
-there is one MONARCH
THAT WILL ENDURE
THE KING of THEM ALL
DOESN'T HAVE THAT "BITTER TASTE"
SMOOTIIE SUAVE SPARKLING
128 Chickasha Ave.
Subscribe for Uifl Dally EToresa..
Save $1.00 to $4.00 on Boys'
1 Suits 2 to 18 years. 41
S. C. DURBIN
207 New Tye Building.
Phone 129. i-'2-3
r. holding a. l. mum
HOLDING & HERR
Rooms 209 and 210 Tye B'ldsr.
"" 1 l II l Mill
Ret ord Bond. Alger Helton
Bond Meltcn b Me!tcn
Room 409-10-11 New First Natlouu
JOHN H. VENABLE
417 First National Bank nidg.
Practice in both State and Fedora
adame Petrova in "EXTRAVAGANCE"
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never taught her the value of money.
Vaudeville-2 acts-Hempsted BenIy.formerlv with Honey Boy Fvan?MictreIsin a complete change of songs tcdav.Moskn and Davis.Singing
Talking and Dancing. Tomorrow "GOLDEN FETTER" Paramount feature with Wallace Reid.
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Lampe, William T. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 4, 1917, newspaper, April 4, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730750/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.