Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. THIRTEEN, No. 254, Ed. 1 Friday, November 1, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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f m C T t i ft t
Of The Town
OMICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA
On account of other business interests I will sacrifice
;i my entire stock of
Jewelry. Cut Glass Watches. Silver-
; In fact every article in the house at
Absolutely Wholesale Price
' Nothing held in reserve at this sale. Everything
must be sold. This is th greatest opportunity ever
presented to the public and it will pay you in Dollars and
Cents to '
Do Your Christmas Shopping Now
We carry everything in the Jewelry line and invite
your inspection before purchasing elsewhere.
J. C. EISFELDEE
413 Chicka?ha Ave.
The Ladies' Music Club
OF OKLAHOMA CITY
The Chicago Grand Opera
Under Manacement of AndreasDippel
"The Secret of Susanne"
Nov?5.aay;0vettiols8f Theatre 0M$y
AT 8:15 P.M.
Lower floor first 12 rows $2.50
Lower floor back of 12 rows 2.0
Kalcony first 5 rows . . ....... 200 '
Back of 5 rows balcony 1.C0
Lower box scat3 13 00. Upper box Seats 2.00
Reservations made through Mr. Frederick Owen C17
West ICth St.
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Seat sale open Oct. 29th.
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I'd. i. Johns Lasmer
Ii. E. Mixpy Ass t Cashier
I Wm. Inman; President
I W. W. Home Vice-i'ses.
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Capital ..... $75000
Surplus and Profits 45.000
Your BusintM Solicited
DIRECTORS: -B. l Smith.; Wm. Inman W. W.
J. P. Sharp. J. F. Uriggera J. C. Driggera Ed F
yJccounit of merchant corporatent and Individual noliclted. Every cour-
tcty extended cocsUtcnt with coaxcrvative banking.
The Only Flour Mill
Ml : .Cream
Christian Church Announcement.
fjev. I). A. Wtekhlzcr of Tulsa will
fill the pulpit at tlit; Christian church
morning and evening Sunday Novem-
Granlee Goes to Oklahoma City.
Hert Granlee loaves today for Ok
lahoraa City where he has accepted
the position of chief clerk to the di-
vision freight agent of the Frisco rail-
way at that point. Mr. Granlee has
for three years been connected with
the local Frisco offices as cashier.
Col. Cloud Enthuses.
"Bryan brought the rain and Bill
Murray the sunshine'' said Col. Ike
Cloud this morning. "The Lord will
help the fanners next year If they
help themselves. Prospects are grow-
ing brighter all the time and best of
all it's a Democratic year if the voters
do their part next Tuesday."
Makes Request of Goblins.
Jack Schwartz manager of the
Apache Cotton Oil mill is a good fel-
low and has the highest regard for
the merry goblins but he has a polite
request to make of them. "If they
will tell mo where they put mys lap
robe buggy seat and whip I'll go
after the goods and have no hard feel-
ings" said he. "I'm glad to report
that my horse came back." Mr.
Sciidartz lives at Seventh and Colo-
rado. Spooks Visited Te&cher.
.Mrs. Edgar Hale one of the teach-
ers in the public schools was visited
last evening by a large delegation nl
spooks. To make sure that she would
be at home two or three of her pupils
told her they were coming to see her
to get help on their lessons. Ear'.y in
the evening all th .h'.ldren in her
room swooped down jn her In ghoatly
attire. Mrs. Halo took them to town
and treated them and the little folks
had a Jolly time.
Jai' Birds Are Jokers.
Deputy Joe Thompson tells a good
story of the jokers among the Inmates
ot me county jail. A new prisoner
had been enrolled and later when Mr.
Thompson went out to the Jail one of
the older t'risoners railed bini aside
and said "See litre Mr. Thompson
that man doesn't belong in here take
h'm out he Isn't guilty he says to
himself." And then the rest of the
gang laughej. This performance is
repeated every time a new man is
Panic at the Ladies' Meeting.
j Tho Wood row Wilson ladies' club
was in session at tho tity hall ypster-
day afternoon weighing and deciding
'upon the momentous questions of Vie
day. The meeting was very impres-
j sive and at this particular moment tho
! lady who had the floor was in He'
muioi. oi an impttssioueu boost ior
Wilson" appeal. Intense silence pr
vailed throughout the audience und
but for the speaker's voice not a
sound was heard In the hall when the
meeting was thrown into a temporary
panic by a cho.'-ns of frantic scroams
iiuniiie seetion of the hall.. The
president rapped fot order and Inquir-
ed into the cause of the commotion.
"A mouse a mouse!" chorused the
.civ- ' Ii
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Copyright Hirt SchafTncr & M-
lETTING the votes is the way to win an election; and going after
them is the way to get them. One of the best ways to get votes
is to deserve them and the man who deserves them and goes after them
right usually gets them. We Want Your Clothes Vote.
When you're ready to vote your money for fall clothes just remember one thing-we deserve it.
Hart Schatfner.Gr Mart
clothes; it will do YOU more good to vote for these clothes
than anybody else. We wish to call your special attention to
our east window before you cast your clothing vote. The big-
gest $15.00 values in Oklahoma
Our candidate for you r
THE HOME OF HART SCIIAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
Mrs. Wm. Archer
Tells Mothers What to Do for Delicats
My 14-yar-old daughter was very
thin and delicate ijhe had a bad
cough so that I became very much
alarmed about her health. She wis
nervous and did not sl?ep well hal
very little appetite and doctors did
not help her. Having heard so much
about Vinol I decided to give it a trial.
It has helicd her wonderfully. She
can sleep all night now withortt cough-
ing once in fact her cough is gone.
Her appetite is greatly improved and
she has gained in weight. Vinol is a
wonderful medicine and I will always
keep it in the house. I wish every
mother knew what Vinol will do 'or
delicate children." Mrs. Wm. Archer
Long liranch M. J.
This delicious cod liver and Iron
preparation without oil is a wonderful
body builder and strength creator for
both young and old. We promise io
give back your monev in every suon
ease where Vinol does not benefit.
This shows our faith in Vinol.
Palace Drug Store Janfes Pettyjohn
Proprietor Chickasha Okla Adv.
A HANDSOME WINDOW.
Among the many handsome deco
rated windows for Hallowe'en noiu
were niore attractive than tho Atwood
Grocery No. 2. The decorations were
designed and executed by J. C. Spar-
ger manager and reflects great credit
on his originality and artistic taste.
In the window is displayed a great
variety of edibles and products of th;
farm with the inevitable pumpkin
forming a prominent feature. A nest
containing a full setting of eggs is
shown and looked as natural as though
the great American food nrovider had
been doing her full dut
The window is most attractive ami is
veil worth a visit to the store on East
Chickasha avenue. The display wi!j
remain in the window for a few days
to give all an opportunity to see it.
j In the factories of this country tho
I great problem i3 to stop the waste of
' heat. All the heat furnished by the
j burning coal (should be converted in-
j to force for mechanical work. At
. present not one-tenth of It is bo con-
clar.8 program tonlglit.
'TuUio V'eykl.v o Current Ev t-ii-a '
showing New York vs. Chicago Case-
ball game and eight other interesting
"Broncho Hilly and tho Indian tllrl."
A bully western drama featuring G.
"Little Bride of Ileavoner" an Edi
son story will told.
Coming Soon "Giants vs. Ited Sox."
5 CENTS AND -10 CENTS.
Regulate the bowels wh?n they fiiil
to move properly. Herbine is an ad-
mirable bowel regulator it helps the
liver and stomach ami restores a fme
feeling of strength ?mi buoyancy.
Price Sue. Sold by Owl Drug Stove
and Public Drag Store. Adv. d&w
REAL E3TATE TRANSFERS.
4 Compiled by the Grady County 4
Abstract Company 1l7'2
North Third Street.
Arthur K Ilaldwin and wile to
James M. Ritenour. 10-10-1 2 ?:i'M;;
SW SIS; K 'i SE SV; SV SV ::
John G. Lindsoy to T. A. Rrannau
10-20-12 JSei O; lots 3-4; E Va 3V
19 S G.
J. J. Ksch and wife to Charles San-
burn 10-21-12 $2:iui; Vj MS
E. R. Turner and wife to l':trlc Tur-
ner 10-28-12 $1; lot 3 bluik 2 OP
C. and C. Nations to William P. Le".
0-20-12 $;Ki; MS NK NtS; S NL
NE; N V SE NE; SIS SE NE S2-'J-..
Etime to Jauii'S M. Riluuuui 3-25-12;
W 13.90 acres lot t sec lion 4; SE 10
acres lot 1; S EXE; E ft SW NE; SW
SW NE 5-7-5. i
i. C. (iilmore and wi'e to V. B.-o-uaugh
10-10-10 J2"'""; . N Vj SE NE;
N NE; N '3 NV; X y2 SW NE 15
Put a porous iilaster on the chest
and take a good cough syrup internal!'-
if you would treat a severe "case of
I sou Jungs properly ucc me aonx
nun Ral'.arJ's Iluit houud Syrup. With
each bottle there is a free Herriek's
R.J r Porous Piaster for Vi"
chest. Sold by Owl Drug Store an
I Public Drug Store. Adv. d&w
The One Thing That Mattcra.
When you come down to the very
bedrock of affairs noUiing matters to
a nation excepting the heaith and
number of its babies.
l Hi- A ' i
ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE.
A thousand tongues could not -?v
press th; gratitude of Mrs. J. IS. Cox
ot Joliet I'll. for her wonderful de-
liverance from an awful 'fate. "Ty-
phoid pneumonia had left me with a
dreadful ' cough" she' writes! "Son.'
times I had such awful coughing
spells I thought I would die. I coull
get no help from doctor's treat nvi:t
or other medicines till I used IV.
King's New Discovery. Hut I owe my
life to this wonderful remedy for I
scarcely ccngh' nt all now." Quick
and safe it's the most reliaUe of VI
throat and lung mcdiciius. Every
bottle guarantee "ec ntvl !1t''. Tri.'l
The Sunshine Is that when
buying Oioeeries there she al-
ways receives full weight aud
best quality and is sure to bo.
charged the cost price plus
only a fair profit. Give them
a chance to pluar.e you.
bottle free at Brown & Co.'
i- '! -(::'' c . i. i. e.e i i y
- w.y a
FEERLESS RG0FIK3 Looks so M and Attractive
and It keeps on looking that way for yenra
without number. There positively is no roof-
in 4 made which is bo satisfactory for every pur-
pose economy durability weather resisting
quality etc. .lust come in and soo for yourself.
You can't realize how good PEERLKSS is
until you sen it. Ask for freo booklet describ-
ing ARCOTILE ornamental roofing.
1 Steptiensoo-Browae Lumber Co.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness and sympathy Shown
to us In the great sorrow that has re-
cently btfiillen us. W. J. Mcintosh
THE DEMONS OF THE SWAMP '
are moiuitos. As tliey sting tljev
put deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Then follow the ley chills aud the fironjS
of fever. The appetite flies and th
strength fails; also malaria often paves
tiie way for deadly typhoid. Put 'Elec-
tric Hitters kill and cast out the ma
laria germs from the blood; give yo.i
a line appetite and renew -your
strength "After long Buffering.
wrote Wm Pretwell of Lucama N. C.
"three bottles drove all the
from my system nnd I've had goo
health ever siiice." Pest of all stom-
ach liver and kidney ills. 50 cents
at Brown & Co.'s. Adv. d&w
nmiiii Ki : r
f n i c o i x- m
MtY ICS SQ.FT.
- 'kim l'V. h.
New Crop Rolled
10c and 20c
Tho liftla Tach CttttnTV
E. M O'Brien Prop. Z22 Chickasha
Chemistry has made the refinements cf modern civilization possible
Ijf l w '(. m J? Ij fj ! k 1 i 1 '- k XJ I m
U the result of chemical research. In its manufacture a temperature of 350
ferenheit is used which refiines it leavins; a palatable nutricua product unexcell-
ed for cooking. Caoice Summer Yellow Cooking Oil will stay sweet longer than tarri .be-
cause the refining of Choice Summer Yellow Cooking Oil ii controlled by exact chemical
me'hods. It ia sold for less than lard for the same reason lour grocer ran get
it for yoo in 2 lb. 3 lb. 5 lb. and V- lb. csns.
and save money. '
Try a can. Be convinced of its merit
THE GHICKASFiA COTTON OIL COMPA
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