Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SEVENTEEN, No. 106, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 3, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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0HX0KA8HA DAILY EXPRESS OHICKASHA OKLAHOMA. T
A BIG SUIT
is what we are having. Cur first 30 days in
business have been good ones. For same we
thank you. We are getting in good shape to
give the trade good service.
Anything in Men's Furnishing
Goods and Hats
We certainly appreciate your coming to
"Tie Little Store With a Big Conscience"
DEAL IS WOUND IP
J. S. GARNER Manager
NOTICE TO HOUSEWIVES.
.Call Harry to take down your stoves
and clean and repair your chimneys
Ho will build your cister or storm
cavo or any kind of cement work at
the very lowest prices. All work
guaranteed. See me at S02 South
16th. or call iue at phono 1284. M2t
Subscribe (or the Dairy ExpreM
Subscribe for tb& Dally Ex?res.
.. TATE WINS AT WIRT
Before a crowd of over five hun-
dred people at Wirt Monday night
Texas Tate won over Hob Deckert of
that place in the fourth round of a
10-round boxing bout. The winning
punch ns a clean knock-out with a
right to the Jaw and a left cross to
the breast. Tate's next bout will bo
May 13 when be meets Bob Williams
of Dallas In this city.
Ardmore Okla. May 3. W. B.
Johnson who was appointed special
master by the federal court and who
last August a year ago sold the Ok-
lahoma Central railways line loft
here yesterday afternoon for Musko-
gee where the federal court expected
to make final distribution of the funds
derived from the sale of that prop-
erty. The Oklahoma Central was promot-
ed and built by Dorsett Carter of Pur-
cell who now resides In Oklahoma
City. It met the fate of 80 per cent
of the railway lines of the United
States and went into the hands of a
receiver. The road' connects the coal
fields of Oklahoma with tho main
line of the Bock Island at Chickasha
and gives a new outlet for tho coal
of the state.
( TRAIN CHANGES TIME.
The westbound Frisco passenger.
No. 9 formerly due In Chickasha at
10:30 a. m. now arrives at 9:53 a. m
when on time the change going into
effect on Sunday. The schedule of
the other trains on the Frisco remains
Western Union reports re-
celved at 8 a. m. today:
Oklahoma Generally clear
to part cloudy; no rain report-
Texas Generally cloudy;
rained at Abilene. Average
Electric Control Buttons at Your Finger Tips
Naturally you want a car that can be operated easily
you realize that the extent of pleasure and safety in '
driving depends upon the ease of control.
In most cars the details of control seem to be planned
with an eye for convenience in assembling the various parts.
But the Overland control was arranged just as you
would arrange it if you were designing a car for your own
You control the electric magneto the electric lights the
electric hom with your fmger tips without bending forward.
To start the motor you merely touch a foot button in
' the floor.
A woman or girl can drive the Overland in safety. Its
control is easy and instinctive.
Let us tell you about the other Overland advantages.
JOHN J. MERRILL
Distributor for Grady County.
Model 75 Touring Car $615; Roadster $595
Model 83 B Touring Car $695; Roadster $675
Model 86 Six Touring Car .... . ". $1145
Prices f. o. b Toledo Ohio
All models are completely
equipped in every particular.
There are no extras to buy.
DEPARTMENT IS A BUSY ONE
Because We Keep the New Things Coming All the Tiftie.
We have just received the much Ci (f CI rn nnA CO Aft
wanted New White House Sailors 1UU l.JU allll $.UU
And a Lot of Other New Things Just Out.
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The registration of voters under j
tho new law will continue for ten
days from May 1.' It has been held
by attorneys that every citizen must
make personal application to the pre-
cinct registrar before a certificate
can be issued to him regardless of
whether he voted In. the last election
or not. No voter can participate In
the coming elections unless he Is reg-
istered. See your precinct registrar
at once and get a certificate thus
eliminating any possibility of being
denied a ballot when you go to the
polls. The registrars for the various
precincts in Grady county are as fol-
lows: Alex J. T. Colleps.
Amber A. Q. Osborn.
Ball Park W. A. Hopkins at Shan-
Bailey Hugh Proctor.
Bradley W. P. Marshall.
Caddo Box Washington township
B. P. Lasley Minco.
Chickasha ward 1 precinct 1 J.
0. West 802 South 3rd street.
Chickasha ward 1 precinct 2 A.
L. Fatheree'l2(H South lGth street.
Chickasha ward 2 precinct l J.
H. Freeman 5th and Choctaw.
Chickasha ward precinct 2
Fred Osborne at Wooldridges's store
N. 0th street.
Chickasha ward 3 R. M. Evans
room 22 Elks B!dg.
Chickasha ' ward 4 precinct 1
W. M. Boldry 412 S. Second.
Chickas ia ward 4 precinct 2 F.
E. Clayton at Carnegie Library from
ti to 6:30 p. m. daily and from 1 to
6:30 p. m. Saturday.
Dutton Walter Bell.
Friend C. A. Reynolds Chickasha
Harrison Geo. Hicks Bailey
Hillsboro A. H. Smiley Laverty.
Ireton J. W. Ryan.
Kechi J. C Saylors Cement route
Lucile J. S. Tarpley Tabler.
Minco precinct 1 M. L. Leach.
Minco precinct 2 S. V. Williams.
Middleburg B. A. Smith.
Naples Dr. Hill.
Ninnekah W. N. Dickerson.
Norge L. S. Helm.
Pocasset Lee Fentress.
Prairie Valley Jno. Taylor.
Pursley W. M. Pursley.
Rush Springs J. J. Mayfield.
Rocky Ford Dr. J. B. McBride Ce-
ment route 2.
Simpson Clabo Sperling Rush
Snow Hill A. J. Davidson Tuttle.
Star L. Courcier Rush Springs
Stover Theodore Stover Marlow.
Tuttle precinct 1 G. A. Hosey.
Tuttle precinct 2 W. O. Henning.
Vaughn Oscar Vaughn Alex.
Verden C. A. Stiles.
Vincent B. P. Curry Blancliard
Washington Box AI Wood Rush
Worley Creek E. A. Dobbs Tuttle.
The pupils of the eighth grade ;uu-
der the supervision of Principal Cor-
nelius also have . many attractive
specimens of their "work ' on exhibi-
tion. The exhibits were all in place and
the doors thrown open to the school
patrons of Chickasha yesterday The
exhibits will remain in place during
the remainder of this week.
At the "opening" yesterady every
visitor was attracted to the work of
the pupils of the different depart-
ments and the hours were speeded by
the entertainment committee com-
posed of pupils" in"the domestic "sci-
ence department who served choice
refreshments the results or the
fruits of their own' labors the-skill
of their own hands.
The chemistry class in the science
room will be glad to see their pa-
rents and friends should these wish
to come and witness their laboratory
The different departments of the
Chickasha high school have placed
on exhibition at the high school spec-
imens of the work ot many of the
pupils which are most attractive and
interesting and show in detail the
closeness with which the students
have applied themses in the sev
The display in the domestic science
department is one of the most pleas-
ing among all and shows that the de-
partment is teaching the little girls
of today to become the little women
of tomorrow. Many neatly made
specimens of the handicraft of the
pupils will be seen in this exhibit
each pupil having made several gar-
ments for the display.
The manual training department
under the supervision of Mr. Howard
also has a most interesting exhibit on
display. Many pieces of fine cabinet
work and many neat specimens of ar-
chitectuial drawings all showing
careful attention to detail and great
skill will be found in this department.
Library hours 2 to 6 arid 7 to 9.
Phone 1124. '
Farmers' bulletins in the loan de-
partment at the public library. Cop-
ies will be sent free as long aa the
supply lasts to any resident of the
United States on application to hia
senator or representative in congress
or to the superintendent ot docu-
ments government printing office
Washington D. C who has the bulle-
tins for sale at 5 cents each.
Magazines received at the Carnegie
Century Magazine. y:
Christian Science Monitor Gift
C. S. Society.
Express Chickasha Daily Gift.
Harper's Magazine. 1 -
Home Economics. ' . .-
Christian Science Sentinel Gift.
Confederate Veteran Gift.
Country Life in America.
Current Opinion. j
Delineator. j i '" : .
Dial. " :
Educatlc-i. 'yST" .
Everybody's Magazine. '
Popular Mechanics. ' ' '
Reader's Guide. ' ' ' "
Review oj Reviews. '
Scribner's Magazine. ' '
System. ' '
Times Oklahoma City Daily.
Woman's Home Companion.
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Get the home care of
shoes habit It pays
Well dressed people always have well shined shoes.
ShinoiA with the key for opening the box its quick
shining qualities and the handy : . 1
ShisoiA Home Set
for polishing makes the
home care of shoes a
BLACK -TAN WHITE
SHINE WITH StflNOiA '
At all dealers Accept no substitnt
Wednesday May 3rd and
Thursday May 4th
WEDNESDAY MAY 3rd '
"THE GALLEY SLAVE"
William Fox Production with Theda Bara.
THURSDAY MAY 4th
'The Vultures of Society"
V. L. S E. Feature in Five Acts.
Last night for Musical Comedy Drama "HENPECKED HENRY" A SCREAM
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SEVENTEEN, No. 106, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 3, 1916, newspaper, May 3, 1916; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731005/m1/3/: accessed September 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.