Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 14, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet
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Oak Kitchen Cabinet
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Others up to
We have just unloaded a solid car of Cabinets.
Sealy Mattresses Guaranteed 20 yrs.for $18.00
Globe-Wernicke Sectional Book Casea. carried on our
floor in Oak Early English and Mahogany.
Leggett & Piatt Springs guaranteed
for 10 years $3.50 to $4 50
Parlor Goods Davenports Odd Rockers Dining Room
Sets Bed Room Suits Library Tables. Comforts and Blan-
kets. We guarantee the largest assortment in our stock.
Have unloaded a number of ears this fall. The new things
always at our store. Come and be convinced.
Furniture and Undertaking
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livsr
Tablets do not sicken or gripe and
may be taken with perfect safety by
the most delicate woman or the
youngest child. The old and feeble
will also find tnem a moat suitable
remedy for aiding and strengthening
their weakened digestion nd for reg-
ulating the bowels. For pale by all
IT STARTLED THE WORLD.
When the astounding claims were
first made for Hueklen's Arnica Salve
but forty years of wonderful cures
have proved them true and every
where It is now known as the best
salve on earth for Burns Hulls Scalds
Sores Cuts I'rulaea Swellings Ec-
xerna. Chapped hands Fever Sores
auU Pile. Only 2".c at Drown fc Co.
WE FIND WE HAVE
Too Mmy Suits
We are going to suit you for
Less 20 Per Cent Discount
On all Suits $18.00 and up
We are showing the handsomest
line you have ever gone through
Well yei 1 should say coats. AH kinds.
You get just what you want. You do not
have to take what you do not want. Let
us show you.
1000 yds. dark Percale
worth 10c yd. at. . . .
50 doz. Century Hose the
kind for boys the 25c Hose
100 doz. Ladies' Hose the
Daisy Hose while they last
Underwear for Every One of the
50 doz. boys good warm
Union Suits .... . .
' We are show in g every day new arrivals in all de-
partments. This store is full of bargains. We
need you at
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NEW STORE 316 Chickasha Ave.
Burk Is Improving.
Tom Hurk deputy United States
marshall who accidentally shot him-
self Sunday was ahle to sit up to-
day and it is believed that he will
One Enlistment Today.
N. K. Burton of Springfield Mo.
made application at the Chickasha
recruiting .ion this morning for en-
listment in service in the United
States army as a coast artilleryman.
He will be sent to FL Logan.
Attend Baptist Convention.
Kev. (leorge :erman pastor of
the First Baptist church left this
morning for Durant where he will at-
tend the annual Bes-slon of the Bap-
tist state convention. Several Chicka-
sha messengers accompanied Mr.
Sherman. Mrs. Martin Coryell will
represent the ladles work.
Attend Icemen's Meet.
V. it. Thomson manager of the
Chickasha Ice and Cold Storage Co.
is in Oklahoma City today to attend
the seventeenth annual convention of
j th Southwestern lee Manufacturers
i which will convene at the Skirvlii Ho-
j tel tomorrow. Mr. Thomson is vice
I president of the organization.
j Col. Woodward In the City.
! Col. Charles F. Woodward head of
the Chickasha Street railway com-
pany is here from Boston spending a
few days looking after his Interests.
He Is accompanied by his daughter
; Mr. W. R. Emerson. Tlwy will be
! guettta of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
i Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Ben John-
1 son while in the city.
Pythians are Active.
The Knights of Pythias held an In-
teresting session last night and sev-
eral candidates were initiated. Mem-
bers of the Pythian Sisters lodge are
working to earn fifty cents each for
the order which money will be turned
In at a special meeting and the mem-
bers will tell In rhyme or charade
how the money was earned.
Sam Sou:l Made Good Record.
1 The Pan SoncI Club the only
young ladles' rlnb In the county
made a splendid record in the matter
of assisting with the entertainment
of the Btate Federation. The young
women paid $."i on the expense of en-
tertaining the executive board at the
hotel and $11 toward the general as-
sessment bes:des entertaining 15 del-
egates. Big Sale at psuls Valley.
Col. K. J. Hubbard returned last
night from Pauls Valley where ha
conducted the Garvin County market
day sale. He reiwrts a fine sale.
There were 145 head of hors?s sold
and the prices received for all live
stock were very satisfactory. Mr.
Hubbard says that the Garvin county
farmers are patterning after the Gra-
dy county monthly market day sales.
Oil Mill Man's Arm Broken.
John Page an employe at the Apa-
che Cotton oil mill who had his left
arm broken last night at 8 o'clock la
an accident was reported as doing
nicely today. Young Page was ad-
justing the belts around the mill ma-
chinery when his arm was caught
and carried into the wheels and a
complete fracture sustained. The
bone was oroken three inches above
the wrist Joint.
Plan Big Fraternal Meeting.
The important fraternal meetin?
that Is being planned for this month
is the lecture to be given under the
auspices of the W. O. W. lodge on
the erenlng of Nov. 24 when R. L.
Forgan state manager and Sovereign
Manager Fitzgerald will be here. The
local camp are planning a big meet
ing and all fraternal orders o! the
city will be invited to participate la
th meeting. A banquet and smoker
will be given after the lecture.
! Body is Taken to Vernon.
! The body of C. C. Shive who died
I here suddenly yesterday morning of
: heart failure was taken this morning
j over the Rock Island to Vernon Tex
! for burial. M. and Mrs. George t't-
i terbark aeconpanied the remains.
! The fraternal cders of the city to
i which Mr. Shive belonged escorted
! the body to the stax!" this morning
I to meet the 11:35 south bound train
i No funeral services were held in the
city but services will be held in Ver-
i non tomorrow.
THE MAJESTIO THEATER
"Two Officers" comedy drama.
"The Parable of the Prodigal Son"
One other new reel the title not
For tonight and Wednesday only
we have secured 'Cox and IillKs"
comedy singing talking and dancing
artists direct from Australia. They
come well recommended an perform-
ere Prices 10 and 15 cents.
"Bessie's Ride" a thrilling West-
"Corning the Canvasser" a big
"The Spinster's Marriage" comedy.
"Working Elephants" educational. J
"The' Clarke and Clifton Trio"
those funny comedians in a complete
change of act tonight.
See them tonight.
Prices 30 cents for children; 15
cents for adults.
The only show In town playlns
Steam beat for the cold nlgnti.
Jerry Holmes Travis pianist
Matinee Saturday and Sunday at
2:30 p. m.
New pictures every night
Four changes of vaudeville every
THE KOZY THEATER.
South Third street between Kansas
and Chickasha. W. C. Blackstona.
Special tonight only.
"The Renunciation" a picture
"A Thwarted Vengeance." A thril'-
ing and sensational western drama.
Song Games of Childhood Days"
By Anita Morton.
Matinee Saturday and Sunday 3:30
Plenty of stoves to keep you warm.
Best He show In Chickasha
"LONG AND SHORT HAUL"
SUSTAINED BY COURT.
Telegram by United Presa
Washington Nov. 14. The court of
commerce upheld the constitutionali-
ty of the "long and short haul
clause" today. The case Is known
as the Spokane rate cane. It affects
intermountain towns especially.
HEARS BEATTIE'S PETITION
Telegram by United Press.
Richmond Va. Nov. 14. Go?.
Mann today heard petitions for a new
Beattie trivl. He reserves decision
until tomorrow morning.
DIET OF THE TEETOTALER
Everything New in Avia
tion Caps Sweaters
and Knit Goods
Chenille Fringe with tassels to match and a
beautiful line of the swellest Dress Trim-
mings ever shown in Chickasha.
See Our New Dress Goods
In heavy weaves mannish effect; just the
thing for that new tailored suit. Don't fail
to visit our bargain counter in the Silk Dept.
(First published Nov. 11 1911.)
NOTICE OF ' STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING OF THE CHICKASHA
ICE AND COLD STORAGE COM-
PANY. The annual meeting of the stock-
holders of the Chickasha Ice nd
Cold Storage Co. of Chickasha Okla-
homa will be held at the office of
the company on Tuesday the 12th day
of Dec 1911 at 3 o'clock p. m. for
the election of directors and trans-
action of any and all business that
may be necessary.
J. D. Chastain President.
W. H. THOMSON Secretary.
Ha Telia What Ha At and Drank
Durlno Dav cf Golf and '
"I was lust recalling what I had
taken In the way of refreshment to-
day" aald a teetotaller to his wife
when be came home to dinner on one
of the hottest days "and It makes me
astonished that there are not more I
cases of upset stomachs.
"You know I got up early and went
up to play golf. Well for breakfast
I had a lamb chop cereal coffee
tosst and a couple of bananas
"After I d played the six 'hill- holes
I had a drink of Ice water acd after
phylng th fifteenth hole we repaired
tp the shad of the flagman on the
railroad and had one of his lemona-
des which he makes for the thirsty
golfers and through which trade he
probsMy makes more than bis wages
"After we'd finished I had a dish of
Ice cream and two large glasses of
excellent milk. Then I took a show-
er bath dressed and went down town
tarrying for a plnetipple Ice cream
soda and a glass of Ice water.
"For lunch at my usual downtown
restaurant I took a lettuce and toma-
! to Baudwich iced tea. a good slied
section of watermelon nnd a piece
of coconut pie. About fifteen minu-
tes after four o'clock I took an egg
chocolate at a soda fountain.
-And here I am ready for dinner
and not ivare of any 111 effects from
the variety of foods and drinks I've
Harm In Extremes.
Too much noise deafens us; too
muen light blinds us; too great a dis-
tance or too much of proximity equal-
ly prevents us from being able to see;
too long and too short a discourse ob-
scures our knowledge of a subject;
too much of truth stuns us. Pascal
Of birds will begin the 13th as
this day the season opens but look
out for the many accidents that al-
ways happen and phone 243 for an
OWSLEY & LUTZ.
Mrs. Annie D. McClure will receive
pupils up to Dec. 1st at the reduced
rate if $12. Oi) for sixteen lessons if
paid in advance. Monthly in ad-
vance one dollar a lesson. Less than
a month one dollar and a hulf a les-
son. 7!4 South 5th St. Phone 482.
Bring some clean -vYite rags to the
Express office at once. Highest cash
price paid. titf.
ins nuting Passion.
"How la Mrs. Dumley? I unfier-
tand the doctor gave her up?"
"Yes. be did. But she's better. The
ether day ahe thought she was sink
Ing and sent in a hurry for her women
"In tea minutes they were all play
tog bridge "
Much the Same for Husband.
Mrs. Knlcker What Is the chief dif
ferrnce between summer and winter?
Mrs. Booker in winter you ask for
more money and In summ you write
for It. Puck.
Geo. K. Pouers
For Good Groceries
Large Stock to Select From.
Fine Sugar Cured Bacon per lb
Choice Peaberry Coffee per lb
New Mixed Nuts per lb
Granulated Sugar. 15 lbs
New Holland Cabbage per lb
Fresh Michigan Grapes basket
Choice Calif. Grapes 4 lbs
Try Our Quail Tea
201 Chickasha Ave.
Best Yam Sweet Potatoes 30c pk
Apples and Cider
Fancy boxed and bulk apples also
sweet cider wholesale and retail. Cor-
ner 4th and Kansas; Hollingsworth
bldg. ' George W. Caldwell. 11-2-dtf.
SESSION LAWS 1910 WITH REFER-
ENCE TO WEIGHTS AND
Bushel measure defined:
Section 1. Whenever the articles
hereinafter named shall be sold by
the bushel and no agreement as to
weights and measures thereof
be made by the parties the bushef
shall consist of the following number
of pounds viz:
Barley apples peaches pears cu-
cumbers and broom corn seed forty-
eight (48) pounds.
As secretary of the Retail Merch-
ants Association or Chickasha I here-
by wish to inform the public of this
There is at this time a party on
the Rock Island Team Track with a
car of apples selling thera at $1.00
per bushel. He sold and delivered to
me at the car door 37 pounds of ap-
ples for a bushel for which I paid
$1.00. I give you this information
for your own protection.
There are others who can substan-
tiate thi3 fact from experience.
L. J. McCRACKEN.
Secretary Retail Merchants Ass'n.
Our China Offering
Just at a time when you will need china the most
- just before the two big dinners Thanksgiving
and Christmas we offer to you a reduction in our
Old English Dinnentare
The best dinnerware mcde. A 100 piece et
formerly sold from $27.50 to f 32 we are offering
9 House ot
WE GIVE GRE1N TRADING STAMPS
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 14, 1911, newspaper, November 14, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731987/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.