Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 265, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 17, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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If there is a question in
vour mind where you can get
evetythng that goes imo a
fruitcake just go to Tenor's.
V'e have the new Seeded
Raisins New Currents New
Nil's of all ki-nds. Citron
Lemon and Orange Peel
We have just secured a
shipment of the famous
Monarch Boiled Cidtr for
F mt Cakes and Puddings.
E. TIG NOR
120 Third Street
All Association Tracks
And Eastern Tracks
RACES EVERT DAY
IS PASSING TO THOSE WHO
TILL THE SOIL
370 acres lour mllea from railroad
town $10 per icre. See us quick.
100 acre 90 in cultivation one mile
from railroad town Grady county a
bargain. 30 per acre.
?wi 40-acre tucta two mllea from
Chickasha. well located $45 and t"0
40 acres three and one-half miles
from Chickasha on section line $26
CO acres good upland two miles
from Km d railroad town Grady coun-
ty all fenced $25 per care.
90 acrea one and one-half miles from
last named town $25 per acre number
See us for leases.
ftis Mi laydstffient Go
HO N. 3rd. Sf. Phone 839
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E. J. Hubbard
me for open Sale
Date'. If f make your
sale we both make
PHONE 40 CHICKASHA
"WHEN WE WERE FRIENDS."
l'robably one of the best attractions
Ihnt will be seen at the opera houso
this season will bo Mucauley & Put-
Kin's production of "When We Were
Friends" ibo beautiful comedy Jr'.niH
from the pen of (hit writer of sue- j
cesses v. H. I'atton that his been '
cau!oK ao tiuicd favorably c-nri.tmmt
from both press tmd public all over'
tha country. It is said to be purely
American and contains that essence 1
of refinement nd tender heart senU-
ment that are prevalent In all plays
with a successful destiny. William
Macauley heads a carefully selected
cast and the costumes scenery nnd
electric effects are said to be both
beautiful and appropriate. Manager
Burt announces the date for Nov 19
and predicts and overflowing attend-
ance. A Methodist Minister ;;ecommendi
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
several yee'i for dhrrhoua. I consider
it the best remedy I have ever tried ' that many mothers place in Chamber-
for that trouble. Ibought a bottle of ; 'afn's Courrb Remedy a confidence
It a few days ago from our drusgi it ' ri "ert on many years' e.yuince In
Mr. It. It. lirooks. I shall ever be Klad ! the use of It. No one need hesitate
to Fpcak a word f" i's praise when 1 j to ire t'a's remedy for it contains no
have the opportunity." Rev. J D. r-hVirnform. opium or other narcotics
Knripp p?stor M. E. churchy Miles
Grove Pa. Sold by all druggists.
A SERIES OF TEX TALKS ON
wrltt.it ky Srymiur E(
The owner of a retail hat store writes me to ask
how to advertise hats.
I don't know. I haven't thought much about hats.
Ten to one I should do something revolutionary;
perhaps advertise to buy the customer's old hat. As
a rule he is glad to get rid of it. Of course that would
cut the profit in two but then the sales would multiply
by ten or perhaps by fifty and the store would get
Perhaps I wo'tldn't do that at all. I make the
S""rstio-.i im-y to let this hat dealer know that if
I c a ed hi s'.jre I should get up and shake myself;
make some sort of a noise; not sland around behind
the counter leaning on everything waiting for a
customer who is six blocks away on the other side of
the street goingnorth to change his mind come back
cross over and by mere chance in his hurry notice
that I have hats in my window.
Tell a hundred thousand men who wear hats and
who buy two hundred thousand hats a year that you
have the goods ; the kind they are locking for. If that
doesn't wake them up then give away a hat-band and
a necktie and a pair of gloves; cram the hats full of
ham sandwiches; do something. Your business is to
sell hats not store them.
I have no patience with the retail dealer who
depends on the sidewalk and the weather for his trade.
But it isn't necessary to be sensational; simply
make readable news of your advertising. It is the
business of the newspapers to distribute news and
if I want a moderate priced stylish hat your adver-
tising is ten tines mcr interesting to me than the
Associated Tress dicj atch that seme jaJoot in Okla-
homa or Texas handed himself.
Good advertising is news. Print this on the
ceiling over your bed so that you will read il first thing
every morning when you wake up.
Keep your eye on fashion.
Fashion is today the biggest influence in the
world; not necessarily the best influence; but the
biggest. We don't control fashion; fashion controls
us. It always comes down the pike with a whirl. When
the storm breaks haul in your advertising canvas and
stop buying. Fashion hurricanes are short -lived.
i On inn
t"OS. by Trlhun
"WHEN WE WERE FRIENDS." .
Do you remember "When Wo Were
Friends?" You will never forget il
'.iter witnessing the performance at
the Wagner Opera House Nov. 19.
It I? one real dramatic treat of the
Tnu.rt--d.iy ninht the band Hoys .will
give the ihiid uf the series of four
dances at Convention Hall. Consid-
erable interest was taken in the new
"barn" dance two weeks ago and it
looks as If the dance would be quire
popular In Chiekisha. The orchestra
of elnht pieces will furnish music
Good Cough Medicine for Children and
Grown Folka Too.
"We could hardly do without Cham-
berhln's Cough Remedy" says Mrs.
Flora Despaln of Bloyd Ky. "I found
It to be so pood for the croup and have
used it for years. I can heartily rec-
ommend It for coughs cold and croup
!n rhlldrea and grown folks too." The
above shows the Implicit confidence
find may be given to a child as confi-
dently as to on adult. For sale by
a II druggists. D&W
Four 1j:s en South Hill half
b ock O' pavenjeni soon to b: laid
T vn h'ock rf school. Splencjci'
location and jood netRhhorhood
Coru:r $300; in- !de lots $25" cash
Globa Invsstnient Go
no N 3rd St. Phone 839.
State of Oklahoma Grady County ss.
H. D. GunneUs Plaintiff vs. S. A. Ap
pie and Wirt Frmklin Defendants
pa.-niers doing biisiiiess uuder tin
name of Apple & Franklin. No. 52.
Xotlee is hereby given that by virtm
of an execution to me directed and nov
in mv hands issued out of the clerk
office of county court state of Okla
homa in and for the county of Grady
upon a judgment rendered in said cour;
in favor of II. D. 'Junnells. and againsi
A. Apple and Wirt Franklin pan
ners doing business under the nann
of Apple & Franklin I have levied
upon the following described real es
tate of said defendant to-wit: .North
half ('4) of th? south half () of the
northeast quarter of section ten (10)
township five (5) north range six (6)
west Grdy county Oklahoma and
that I shall rn Tuesday the lath day
of December A. D. 1908 at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day at the
front door of the court house In the
city of Chickasha In said county and
state proceed to sell the right title
and interest of the above named S. A.
Apple and Wirt Franklin la and to
the above described property to satisfy
said judgment and costs amounting to
two hundred and seventy-seven dollars
and seventy cents together with all
accnt'rg costs of sale and interest on
the sime from the day of
1908 at the rate of . .
per cent per ?ncum at public auction
to the high .'t bidder for cash.
M. B. Louthan
Sheriff Grady Cor.n'y.
Ry G. W. Yerta.
A. L. Horr.
"""l .lint ill's Attorney.
Dfited at Chickasha Oklahoma this
ioih day of November A. D. 1908.
Gold Medal Flour for me.
Croup Cured and a Child's Life Saved.
"It affords me great pleasure to add
my testimony to that if the thousand:
who have been benefited by Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. My child when
only 3 years old was taken with a se
vere attack of croup and thanks to the
prompt use of Chamberlain's Coum.
Remedy his life was savd and 10.1
he is a robust and healthy boy." s;'.
.Mrs. A. Coy Jr. of San Antonio 1 v
This remedy has been in use foi 1
years. Thousands cf moihi-rr. kt-
at hand and It hes never been .....
to fail. For sale bv a. u
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A PART OF YOUR
We carry a complete line of
Staple and Fancj'Groceries
Smoked and Cured Meals.
Fcr f'rop'pt Smut s?ml
GuimIIs & Wi
4th arri Chickasha.
r:iE cmciAs a
We have added New and Up-to-Trte
Mh.hiie-y a cm "hit a
are able tu do any
Machtnetr Foundry '
We make a specialty of Sa"
vVdwhts Structnral Iron Work r
Job ?V.rk. LUc.u-.-nith Shu;
Tinrfction. .p? the N!s Cof-
Established 19 01
West End Iowa Wnue
Standard and New Varieties
Fruit Trees Shade Trees
Shrubs Vines aud Roses
Orders Taken Now for Fall
Springer 6 Hansen
9 1 7. I mo PROPKIFTOKS
We Bay and Sell New
and Second Hand
srov e s
502 Chick is) a Ave.
kAKGAINS FCR AU
A. L. Pettyjohn
I TitLn other. 1!.' r V
Kmiwulljj5 wsi. .Vlwas KciiKi l(
v ait ad
in fh- column ot
-vtii 'irtiie the .f.-.s
CHICHESTER S PILLS
ii J.';'.'.- i'm..i UrHjiA i
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who put cheapness before q-ialily
in the Paint and Paper lint.
Our Motto is "Not how cheep tot
how pood". .We are posted cn
these sul jects and know that !he
Greatest Economy to our cusloro-
ers results from using The Best
both in material and workman-
ship. We solicit your business if yc ta
are looking for a Square Dea.
The Cooper Co
125 N. 3rd Phone 64
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Come ar d Get Sight
Work w ill he neal Prices
will be light and you will
Rt. Phone 429 Office FLore 939
Dr.J. B. Milam & Son
OLD TERRRLL BUII DING
The Graham School of
Fiano Voice and Pipe Orpaa
M5S Hazel Hoots.
Drlggpr't Tnilrs rl anJ
Chickhsba Ave. f Lont 803
The Chiropractors and Ntive
Si ei 'if tsts. Consultation and
211 1-2 Chickasha Ave. Phone 540
1 0-8-1 mo
Pr'ONE jltol2.m .
Office Honrs 2 to S p. m.
ft03 - ' 7 to p. m.
j DR W E. NICHOLS
PhyticiaD nnd Surgeon
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 265, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 17, 1908, newspaper, November 17, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730790/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.