Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 257, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 28, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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ALL HALLOWEEN ROLLS AROUN
NCE A YEAR
OF THE TOWN I
Eut the need of a new Suit comes more often and when this latter event happens if you will stroll around to the old reliable we will show you some cf (be best Suits we have been able to find in
auy market. The Hart Schaffner & Marx make. If there was or were a better brand of clothing we would buy it for the express benefit of our customers but better there it not. CALL FOR A
FITTING At YOUR CONVENIENCE. WE WILL MAKE YOUR CONVENIENCE OURS EVEN THOUGH IT BE HALLOWEEN.
3101 AIS A DA1LT IZPtlll 0 B ! 0 K A 1 B S ICtiBOUA
At the Hospital.
.Elvhi Harney of Grueemont is la
the Chit-kasha hospital.
Delivers a Reo. ' '
C. V. Parsons Heo agent ia in Rush
Springs ditliveriug a Keo. Six which
i.i ;;0d to Sam Cox.
Letters of guardianship have been
applied for by Mrs. Bessie Loomis for
Juanlta Loomis a minor In the county
Gives $500 Bond.
Krnest Moore gave bond in the tin in
of $"iOO yesterday for his appearance
to answer to the charge of unlawful :
Mrs. O. It. Meador E. O." Cole and
Mrs T? Pnv nf Pl'lio. wor in tlw
city yesterday to attend the. funeral of
To Sell Real Estate.
A petition to . sell real estate be-
longing to the estate of Esther Brit-
ton deceased was filed by N. F. Brit-
ton. administrator. The deal involves
14930 acres in Crady county.
ucis j Mere uonus. i
A petition for approval of a gas and
oil lease entered into by S. S. Burris
guardian of Buster liurris a minor
and sold to J. C. Graham was filed
in the county court yesterday after-
noon. The deal involves 1G0 acres in
Grady county on which a bonus of Z
au acre is to be paid.
Berean Fidelis Class Grows.
The teacher and officers are greatly
pleased with the interest manifested
by tho Berean Fidelis class of the Bap-
tist Sunday school. There were eighty-seven
present last Sunday and the
.collection was $2.48. The class has
outgrown its present quarters but the
QMART new styles and fine tailoring combine to give the
kJ $17.00 Style-Plus Suit that look of authority so desir-
able in the clothes of business men or busy men. A thorough
examiaalion of these really handsome' suits is invited. Af-
terward you will doubtless wonder how in the world we can
offer such wonderful values at the ' $1 " Tf "
extremely moderate price "r "
SIR it might not fce amiss to suggeit a new Hat for You.
The time has passed when men wear the same hat
season after seaion. They have learned from the ladies that
a new becoming Hat is the final touch of tasteful dressing.
WE AWAIT YOUR FURTHER ORDERS
0 you intend to wait until the whole stock of Underwear
is picked over before you come in and set yours?
Why of course not. Carelessness in the matter of Under-
wear means discomfort. On the other hand a little fore-
thought means comfort during the approaching cold term.
Come in and prepare yourself for winter. Plenty of Union
and Two-Piece Under Suits to choose from.
THE best way to cease from worrying about clothes is to get the kind that you are not ashamed of then put iheni on and go 'Jong about your business with a secure feeling of being distinctively
but not differently dressed. This is especially applicable to Overcoats at this season. Here you will find an Overcoat to fill the bill. You can have choice of Miliary JSlylcs Uisters Box
Ceat? Auto Coats Dress and Street Overcoats For Collared Overcoats Trim Fistinj Overcoats long. Full Cut Overcoats; Plain and Pelted Backs Single and Double Breasted Overcoats. AS GOOD
A LOT OF MEN AND YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS AS WE HAVE EVER HANDLED IN OUR LONG EXPERIENCE IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS.
AS TO TIES '.
Be sure to lay in a supply. We
consider our line most complete
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A good understanding is to be
desired. See our Men's Shoes.
And don't forget the boys on Hallow'een.
' i XiuC-. 'ill
superintendent has promised them
new quarters with plenty of room.
This is a wideawake class. Each
member recognizes his duty to be pres-
ent himself and bring his friends.
"With such an enthusiastic class and
teacher we hope to reach the one-hundred
and fifty mark within the month"
said one of the members.
CONVENTION A SUCCESS
Sheriff Bailey and the other mem-
bers of the Anti-horse Thier associa-
tion who attend the convention this
week in Oklahoma City have returned
reporting having been well entertain-
ed. They report the convention to
have been a .great success.
' 1m La La
indigestion. One package
proves it 25c a all druggists.
STRAYEP OR STOLEN---A Collie
dog white neck and shoulders white
tail and white right hind leg. Call 2a
or notify Lee E. Murrell 021 Florida.
Linf t ..... 17 Jv-'e
Seed - ?j"U
Corn white .!3
Corn mixetl .91
AND SAVE MONEY
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The Screen Star Supreme
Clara Kimball Young
In the Photo-Dramatic Event
of the Season
"The Common Law"
By Robe: t W. Chambers.
A Seven-Reel Super-Picture
' Revea.ing Life in the Art Stud;09 cf New Yrrk City.
PRODUCED 9Y SELZNICK-PICTURES
Sugg Theatre fSf Oct. 3
PRICE 25 CENTS
Chicago Grain r
Chicago Oct. 21. In a surprising
burst of strength today the wheat
market excelled all recent high price
records. Prices closed bouyant aaf the
topmost point of the session Decem
ber at fl.SC to 31.86 3-8. and May at
$1. 84 to $1.81 3-8. with the market as
a whole 3 to S 7-8cc above yesterday's
finish. Other net gains were: Corn
1 3-8c to 1 7-Sc; oats 1 l-4c to 1 3-Sc
and active deliveries of provisions 10
to 07 per cent.
All records for nearly 50 years for
high prices of corn wore smashed to-
day. No. 2 yellow sold hero at $1.1 b
a bushel. 'This price has not been sur-
passed since 1807 when the apex was
New York Cotton.
New York Oct. '11. The cotton mar-
ket was less active today and there
was not so much excitement but fluc-
tuations were extremely nervous and
irregular. January contracts sold up
from 18.9Cc to 10.23c but broke to
18.S0c in the late trading and closed
Fort Worth Liva Stock.
Fort Worth Tex. Oct. 27. Cattle-
Receipts 3700; slow; steers $"1.50 to
J7. Hog3 Receipts 1j00; oc to 10c
lower; bulk $!U0 to $l0:0r. Sheep
Receipts -650; steady; lambs $8 to
PAYING FAIR CLAIMS
AH claims growing out of the re-
cent Grady county freo fair have been
.iu! with the exception of the premi-
ums tha claimants for which aro com-
ing in slowly. Only one-third of these
awards have boeu paid to winners ac-
cording to a report made today by Sec-
Mayor O. Coffniau left this morning
for Oklahoma City and 'will proceed
from their to Horman returning tomor-
Uoy Mecchaiu a well known automo-
bile driver and a companion each
lrivinr tin '11 ...... ... 1 ..
........ r) hiwu vui v i r n ) til
uanons garage tins morning tor sup-
plies. .Both cars were of tile racer
type one a Mercer speedster with u
record in iv nines an Hour won tins
year at Trim ton. N. J. Tho other car
was a Vermillion twin six 1'athfinder
type. Tho hoys were on
their way from Tulsa to i'lioenix Ariz.
where liny Meet-ham will rido in u 4 Bit
mill- iiiolorcycle race. .' ;
Mailnd Tree to J
k All T 1 1 J
A Mothers Desire-xMothex-Is a llealthy Baby
That's a loyul and natural feeling all mothers have Then make
yonr desire an assuran.-e by using "Mother'H J-'rieml." it.s beneficial
qualities will conserve your own health and Ktrength and make baby's
coming easier iind its future health necme. Get It at vour dni-'i'st
Send for tho free book. '
Two more arrests have been made
by Traffic Officer Sammy Owy-r. (!.
U. Fuller of Anadarko was' caught cut-
ling the coiner at Sixth and Chlcka-
sht and exceeding the iipfied limit and
put up a $r cash bond for Ida appear-
ance. Carl Dohbs for speeding on
South Sixth street gave u $3 bond.
That dull listless oppressed feeling
Is due to impurities in your system
sluggish liver clogged intestines. Dr.
King's Now Lire Pills give prompt re-
lief. A mild easy lion-griping bowel
movement will tone up your system
and help to clear your muddy pimply
complexion. Get a bottle of Dr: King's
New Life Pills today at your druggist
23c. A dose tonight will makn you
cheerful at breakfast; d&wlm
AGE- OF SPEED
I Every automobile owner is tnkin a risk of ac
cidents bo the safe way is to get an
Automobile Liability Policy of
John TV Owsley- Agent
Room 412. First National Bank Bldg. Phone 243 -OLDEST
MUSICAL PROGRAM AT
B. Y. P. V. MEET SUNDAY
The following musical program will
be rendered at the 13. Y. P. U. meeting
Sunday Oct. 2!? 6:30 p m.:
Leader Mr. Richardson.
Scripture Psalm 9S.
Song by Union.
Reading Miss Beatrice Lugenbyhl.
Solo Miss Ruby Hay.
Reading Mrs. Shepherd.
Solo. Miss Cornelia Coryell.
Piano Solo Miss Inez Lester.
Reading Mis-s Ora llezell.
Solo Mr. Albright.
Quartette. Miss Wood Miss Owsley
Mr. Norvell Mr. Cook.
NEW MEMBERS FOR
That Grady county stands a show-
to have as prosperous a Retail Mer-
chants association as there is in the
state of Oklahoma is the opinion of
A. I). Mc-Mullin. field man for the Ok-
lahoma State Retailers association
who was here yesterday. This could
() accomplished if all communities in
the county took the same progressive
action as did Verden on the occasion
Iof the previous visit rf ir. McMullin i
to the county. j
Two members ta the county associa j
! tiuii Were secured in I'hickasha yes-1
i terday with the promise of an equal
j number on the Prst of November. j
I the state field man will return here j
cm Monday and will visit Minco Po-j
j (-asset and Rush Springs.
' Deputy Vnited States Marshal Ji:;i
Dillon spent yesterday in Ruh Sprii.r.s
M ATI NEE
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PniPPQ1. Nights 50c 75c $1 $1 .50 Se" " Ssl Nights at 8:15
I IllbHO. Matinee 25c 50c and $1 ds Matinee - 2:15
D. W. Griffith's World's Mightiest Spectacle
Brain of man has
A Red Blooded
Tale of True
Rich in Historical
-'"i ! O h rTs
Eight Months Jn
Events in the
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 25 PIECES
Note Mr. Griffith's nc v sneciacle "INTOLERANCE" the first and only production he has made since
"THE BIRTH OF A NATION ' has been proclaimed the artistic triumph of the world. "INTOLER-
ANCE" is now p'.ayirg at the Liberty Theatre New York Citv and vi!i be seen here later in the season
Mail Orders from cut-of-town patrons will be accepted now when accompanied by money orden
payable ta J. L. CJive Manager Sugg Theatre.
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Lampe, William T. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 257, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 28, 1916, newspaper, October 28, 1916; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731809/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.