Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 302, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 16, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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C E I CK A S E A DAILT ZZPEXSS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA. '
f.IISSES ELIZABETH AND
OF THE TOWN I
The Oklahoma Winner!
Most f oifet and fcatfi
soaps must be rutted
and rutted to get a
wneatne water is card.
J A? HUSH
freely In hard or soft
water.rlnses zr:j Vz
roasic leavfna tftsaKIn
Yiur Sealer Se!Utt
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In th die'rkt tmn of th Urlt t
for the eastern ihT of (Mn-
In I he Kiitlw of Edward H. I'.iirf..
tr.krip. In bankruptcy i
To the tt-AUiT til Kditard S
t.f f C'lik-kath In lh eastern dl
trlf-t of the f.Wtt of Oklahoma a bank
Si :'! U hereby ti that on th
fonrth day rt November V.tT th-. raid
Edarf H. Ilurrtey adjudged bank
rapt and that th first meeting of hit
creditor will be kM at (he office if
X. Hamilton attorney. In the city of
Chickasha (Mat. rm the tetity fifth
43a y af November V.il' at d o'clock p
In. at which time th? creditors may
U-Til prove their laio appoint a
tnnf-e examine the bankrupt ami
transact such other buaim-ns as
come before said muting.
Dated thin fifteenth day of Novein
tier. 1!I'. W. T. WARD
JSefeiee in bankruptcy Ardmore Ok la
COURT OF HONOR SOCIAL.
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li I - .(: Mr. r4 Mfg. J . (9nz;A iA Watttn'oa a.'8 to be I ;
I-' : ' ' ' nif.mj ut:r. auiii. season xiu "ry at tn lrt
' t- " " of th iw)ii ' '...f!.arit; aM Mim Elizabeth
' " " ' lb tnde of fifftrri V. barf on KJwarJa of Iithlo-
- f 21 Tbe (terlaci' ar ofi of VVahirirt:e'a iJiIhi
1 1 i ' n !ome oil fcouae fa Gret'jwnf
P DISINFECTING SERBIAN SOLDIERS
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?-'jnif Dinner Party.
Viii Azdinait entertained a few cf
U friii at a yery i-!;iEat.'uI tiicnr
;art7 San4ay. Those j.reect wer
.-"aoiia Eoacher gyhil Free&aa aii'i
To Buy Mor Cattle.
Constable FI'pjkj is au'.ootity fof U
? rr.nt that Jadee T. P. Xfoare taa
-'.ri- to Cemeat for the purpose of'
.aylssr additicTtal tt!e to add to the
h.rl of lonborn he hag recently'
;n "-d of Sundays grazing on
:h catf;r lot of Orady c-ourity'j cap-:
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OUR HAT IS STILL IN THE RING
Pscafcaet Fan Here.
A iek?at.;on of representative citi.
?.en of i'ocaset and TKmity came
do; yczterday to root for the C'hk-k-
?ha boya In the Cherokeo-Chickaiha
nriOt&H slaughter. The bunch
composed of good rooters anJ loyal
all of them to the Cbickaaha lada and
i;ke the C'hickaha lads they nere alt
?ood loaem and willing after tlie game
to take their hats off to the victors.
Large Audience la Delighted. i
The second Dumber of the college
lyceum course delighted a large audi-;
enoe last nljrht. It was given by the'
Crand Concert company consisting of
Madame Orace Hali-Hiheldaffer so
prano; Alexander ron Skibinski Tio-
linlHt; and Clarence J. Velie pianist.
Madame Iliheldaffer charmed all and
the other entertainers were equally
Invited to Participate.
Chfekasha Chapter So. 17 R. A. M.
received an Invitation to partici
pate in the laying of the corner stone
of the Oklahoma state capital today.
The invitation was sent out y G. H.
V. ICdgar Cook and was addressed to
Kugerie Hamilton to be communicated
1 y him to the officers and ..members
of this chanter. Mr. Hamilton Is a
last grand high priest of Oklahoma
Royal Arch Masons. A number of
Chfckasha masons planned to partici
pate In the exercises the corner
stone to be laid With masonic ritual-
The Court of Honor lodge will hold
in fpf:';ial Social and meetiOK tomorrow
fclKht In the old K of I' ball on Kan-
RfiK avenua Openinv nieetlnie Inlt.l-
fttlon and refreshment at S o'clock p.
rn. Hoclal 6:30 o'clock p. in Firul
lucky n (11 her fccls tM cah. Second
member receive rolil "ourt of Honor
Iln. All members should aUend this
IzieetlriK an4 friends are Invited to
oc).iI. fipeclal coriuiilttee Kd Rllsehe
...';;i!if-i.j of Hie Ainen"!in teu (jroii. in Hcrbla spraying troops with dis-
.nfc' taiit after their return from a long tay in tho trenches.
Again w muiit remind our friends
that we positively will not accept
"ant" "rent" and "Hal" ads by
phone. Do not embarrass us by asking
us to do so. DAILY KXI'RKSS. '
A V.. Rishel Wllllum Hcvlln
JfJonnell and Maurhe Smith.
Csfs-lt" for Corns
SURE as Sunrise !
tony Corn With "GcU-lf on It Is an
Teg It's (fix glrrp1" tlPr n th
K"-i rm 111 m r.01 11. win 11 you
The kingdom of the Netherlands
dates hack to IS 15 when the congress
of Vienna granted Its national inde-
pendence under tho rule of th House'
of Orange. At that time the prov-
inces known as the Austrian Nether-
lands were united to Holland but
there was little sympathy of national-
ity religion or racial Inheritance be-
1 tween the iwo sections of the newly-
li';uui to huvv VI
This Is a medicine Intended espe-
cially for stomach troubles bilious-
ness anil constipation. It Is meeting
with much success and rapidly gain-
ing In favor and popularity. Obtain-
able everywhere d&w
Kugene Hamilton left this morning
for Oklahoma City and dishing. Ho
goes to Oklahoma City fo take part In j
the cornerstone ceremonies of tlmi
state capllol this afternoon and will 1
go to Cushlng tonight on legal busi-
A very good way to remove Ink
stains from' cloth Is to wash them
with boiled rice. Run the rice on tho
stains as you may soap and wa:ili
with clear water. If the first applica-
tion does not complete the cure repeat
the process. It usually works like
hiukIc even if stains are perfectly
f "OxU-Ifl-uu V.mr Frtlut;loV-r.
Jbi-m come off with 'Qcu-u.f it pint
rig tne orr mm lliu true tWli
'"iiy. sul tiieu miiku It comij "oh-sh
t-fl." 4 liourg ch.ip. rnrna for kmi.a.
Jt. tnnkf ti dm f tup poru-miui..
IliK IbiiiiIiib.ii IrrlUilltm KnlviM kiilven
i..r una niji.irg r-uliy )iik ridli-uiout.
Jet rnl el t-oina oulrklv nnrcly.
'alll"nrly Junt i-iwily Willi "IJ..I.
Jt." For i.rt nii.l bunjoun too H'g
H pi-ntiiry wbjt
I. ' ""''I by " Urujtirlgtg
J c . i(l.- or ti t tlilal-t liy U.
Jjttwreiii) a i:n e iiUmga
Now Intrigue Means to Embarrass.
Words Jump between antiquity and
fashion. It wan but a few years ago
that "obsess" came Into constant uko
by the literary. And now "Intrigue"
Is st corpse dug up from the past and
fu constant use. "It intrigues me" is
the phrase. And In dictionaries the
foiisii of "Intriguing" to "embarrass"
Is msrked obsolete. Il's most emphat-
Again we must remind our friends
that we positively will not accept
"wunl" "rent" and "sale" ads by
phone. Io not enibarrnss us by asking
u to do so. DAILY KXl'ltl!sS.
Suhscrlbe for the Dally Kxprens.'
LONDON. The London
rage njrnongst the fair sex now
Is to have the regimental
badge of your sweetheart's
regiment tattoed on your arm.
LONDON. Till the Zepps
quit coming and the streets
are relighted london theater
managers have practically de-
cided to substitute matlhees
for evening performances.
LONDON. War conditions
have reduced the year's visi-
tors to the Isle of Man to
.1::78fi compared with 404181
last year and fil.726 In 1913.
LONDON. England's latest
suggestion for war-time thrift
is to dry potato peelings In the
oven 1 nil use them for lighting
Says He Lost Out.'
A young gentleman of this city re-
' E-ntly of this city attended the
"blow out" at the O C. W. last eve-
ning and this morning he Is feeling
sore. He says that he walked all the
way out to the college'. The reasons
he gives for the Payson Weston act
are many. One of them Is that he
could save a nickel by walking out
and the other Is that he thought when
ho started to walk the distance
that the college was In Craily
county. This Is exhibit No. 1 on the
sore spots. Corns and tight shoes
you know. Exhibit No. 2 consists of
a lot of married ladles who piloted
him into the section wherein ho ob-
tained his seat and saw to it with
malice aforethought he avers that
he did not get even in good long dis
tance looking distance of any lady
members of the audience of frying
size. Henceforth the gentleman
plates he will eschew the entertain-
ments at tho college and devote his
evenings to the downtown picture
The Gridiron is Hot. Our Suits
Overcoats and Underwear are
warm. Our Scoop 'Em Out Prices
Suits and Overcoats from $4t95 to $14.90.
Underwear from 39c to $2.48.
Don't. .Waitthe Ending Will Come.
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i RAILROAD NEWS.
I ne Liicile folks believe in working
roads. If you don't believe it ask: F. M .Innea tv0Hn e .
ant is a business visitor In the citv
Marion Cooper and Wilt Whillbolt.
We are glad to note a new interest
is being manifested In the Sunday
school. Hope it will still further in
Ike Taylor and son Lawrence made
a business trip to Chlckasha Monday.
Rev. Mr. Hinks preached at Luclle
last Thursday evening. Come again
Brother Hinds we are glad to have
you with ua.
A general meeting of the Safety
league's of all the railroads in Okla-
homa will take place in Oklahoma
City today. The following delegates
will attend from the local shops: A.
C. Mead C. A. Chincholl N. C. Eagle
W. L. Bently Charles Hankins H.
Myers and I. Clark.
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COTTON REPORTED FINE
AROUND RUSH SPRINGS.
.7. H. Williams or Rush Springs who
1b a business visitor in Chickasha this
aiternoon stetes that the crops
around Rush Springs this fall are
turning out exceptionally fine. The
corn crop Mr. Williams s-iys is show
!ng a heavy yield while the cotton is
well beyond the average. The gentle
man says that einee the frots have
come and opened the late cotton (he
fanners are as busy as cranberry mer
chants picking the opened bolls.
Mr. Williams said that he and two
of his sons had In sixty acres which
would average a half bale to the acre.
The early part of this already picked
showed a fine grade of lint.
Lois Looney was in the I'nion Hill
vicinity Sunday night.
The first session of the Lucile
moonlight school was held last Satur-
day night. Owing to the inclement
weather only a few were present but
we had it Just the same. It will meet
Tuesday AVednesday and Thursday
nights of fills week. We are glad to
airaln have Miss Klla Brown with us
In school. She has been out for six
weeks but re-entered Monday.
Miss liernadine Morrow spent Sat
urday evening and Sunday mornin
with Miss Pat Neely of Chickasha.
James McBrian car inspector
visitor In the city today.
C J. Wiard foreman from Waurika
was in the city yesterday.
F. M. Short claim adjuBtor for the)
T " T T t ... i j . .
j i. or jr. i. n. wun neauqnarters at til
Paso was in the city yesterday.
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GRADY COUNTY EXPRESS.
25c A Year.
This great offer is made for
an indefinite period. We will
send the GRADY COUNTY
EXPRESS for one full year to
subscribers in Grady county
only on receipt of csly 2j
cents. THINK OF IT the offi-
cial county paper rock-ribbed
Democratic with all the local
political and official news
every week for 25 cents a year.
Start today: Remit in coin
GRADY COUNTY EXPRESS
WANTED Cloan cottcn rags at the
Dally Express office. Highest cash
Mr. and Mrs. Nunn spent Saturday
night with Mr. Reader's family of
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Tillman
Friday a mighty fine girl. If you
don't believe It call and see her.
CALL THE AD MAN 4
OF THE DAILY EXPRESS.
George Ellsworth of adver-
4 Using department will be glad 4
4 to give his services to those 4
4 who wish to have their adver-
4 tising prepared. A number of 4
years experience In these lines
has fitted him for handling
your advertising In an attrac-
tlve manner and to prepare
ads which are out of the ordi-
4 nary for business-getting fea-
tures. Call .the Express anil he
will call on you. Phone 43.
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DEATH OF MRS. PATTEN.
Mrs. Myra E. Patten died at the res-
idence of her son W. O. Patten 1319
Minnesota avenue yesterday after-
noon following a lonfi-illness at the
Bge of 7 years. Funeral services will
be conducted from the family rest- j
dence of AV. G. Patfen tomorrow after- j
noon Rev. E. B. Teis if the First
Presbyterian church officiating. Fol
lowing the funeral services the body
will be shipped to Emporia Kan. for
EVENTS IN THE WAR 4
ONE YEAR AGO TODAY.
Smyrna forts fired on the V.
S. S. Tennessee entering the
pore to protect American inter-
Austro-Cerman forces con-
centrated it. Galicia to check
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A I ijr ltr-'-s;-sM o
in w mm
Yes We Have It
And we Loncstly believe that
i.i the hrt hair tonic on the market
0c a bottle. Hold only bv us. -H.
That' what you want and what
you get with every
Never before have mich remark-
able values been offered.
$6.00 to $12.00
Think of it I Vertically opening
folding cameras equipped with
tested lenses accurate automatic
Bhuttem flexible wire releases
concealed spool holding devices
film aligning backs reversible
brilliant finders at $6 to $U.
Let Us Show Them to You
Booth's Book Store
ii ti i is
Tuesday and Wednesday
November 16 and 17th
A 1. TH 99
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 302, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 16, 1915, newspaper, November 16, 1915; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731882/m1/4/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.