Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 213, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 6, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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oiioi t o tones
yi i ue i own
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all colors the
All Wool Dross
Goods this week
than we have
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Mrs. Martha A. Downf wife of J. S.
Iowns was born n Ito kiniiham coun-
ty North Carolina ami lusscd away
Seiitt-Hiber 2 J!ti:i a:.vj C(; years. She
was married at her unlive ptutp in
1 :;(7. and in lSt:S the family u.oved to
Kentucky where tH-v re? ded (ill istl.
Ii. ihl-Z tl:ty moved tu lsi;i.-i. wliere
Ihey livid till ISv'. wlieii !::ey locH'-d
in Arkansas remaining in that plate
abetit nine years and moving from
there tr Tcvhs Tb"y lur-ited in
Ch'ekasba about. t!iirset-ii year a so.
Mrs. Itowns was t!:e n'l'lf-r of n!rr
ch'idren all livinfr i m"i nne im '
ft rhi!d?"in 'er all vi'i hr li t
!' r ll'"-fi
( d one last f!
)..!i..f ton h-
lore her stiffcnrir with
we) :i i: i :-1 In
ihC r il a-l wi'ii Ihe
Fuiicral verv ices were
( ondiu.tt'd V'cuinda
ti'tiber t. by l!i-v r
cemeterv. The pal!
f '1. .
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Vance and .? V
'o 7"! years.
W. S. KiUore .1. !l.
T '. a grt-t:p of
aj;es ra.r.sf' from t '
Mrs. Dowim was a
f;il mother and wife
kind and faiili-
and a pood wo-
man who will
circle of fi it t;.
be m tsi d jy a l.ire
s who b'veil h-r.
Wnt Art! brma rMulU
that fitting of jtbfFes a-:-curatl.v
ia i tP'?'fl pr -fension.
School year bp-
gins sfon look to !if
Our special methods as-
sures perfect accuracy.
Ninth yp ar of prea- "suc-
cess in Chickas ha.
Carr's Optical Eerier
4Z Chickasha Ave.
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Home from Colorado.
Mrs. (I. C. pyle ami daughter Mix
Henrietta I '.vie and Miss Dorothy CM-
lawny have relumed from a month's ;
ntiiy in Colorado Springs and Denver. '
Miss I'ylc will leave thin evening fori
1 Alva Olila. whore mhe goes to take'
tip tier dulies an voice instructor in'
the Northwestern State Normal.
P cnic on Washita.
A imrty of the E. E. Dugau I! i'.
Smith and A. II. Cochran families on-;
joyed a joliy picnic dinner on the!
Washita east of town yesterday after-1
noon. After a mimittnouH lunch bud';
been served from the baskets at 5:110!
the party returned to town and spoilt ;
a pleasant ovenintr nhiv fm-iv.tun t
the Dugan residence.
Weather Tale Tiresome.
"Today tonight and tomorrow gen-
erally fair" ! the weather dope Uncle
Sum has shot into the local postofl'iee
35 times in the past 55 days accord-
ing to Tom Hughes. Of the. twenty
remaining predictions only three v.-m:
"unst tiled" wiih two "cooler" mid fif-
teen "wanner." And Tom gays Uncle
fiim usually h t it too.
v ri of Mnrlow is a visitor
couri lio;;fie today.
. II. Cilbm of Mineo
:y rouil. yei:ti rday.
t a day's
u;i 1 1 01:
!' C;-;i:ciMi o Ra. h :
tiu;t vit'tor n ritlckaha
J. V.". KcK8 of Law ton is attenflini i
"lour er Teh plicne bns'nesB today!
;ifs Nina V;;lker lt o.pccted for
1 Sunday visit with Miss Sadie Cobb.
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Mrs. Clara Haw kins retisriwd last
r.l.ht from a two weeks' vacation In
Jii.si Mary K. JepU-r ii'liinied last
nlj'ht fiuni a few ('ays' vinii with
friends in Amber.
Mrs. W. J. O'Neill and son Wayne
returned last iiijht from a vacation
trip to Wyoming.
Mm. Georpe Carrel! arrived in the
city today from Frederick Okla. She
v. i'l make her home in Chickasha.
Mts Frances Jelly returned to lier
heme in Hush Sprinps this morning
after a short visit at the H. N. Mull'-
Jfrs. M.:ry fixrd S!3 Chlckiisna
fivuiue who ha been seriously ii! the
r:::-? wr-cU is still In a critical condi-
tion. Albert. S. Mahaffy who lias been in
t!t b-c-il recruitin;; station for rev-
oral w. . i k.s b dn -i Moiiile.y f r ii
week's work in Jlebart.
T1)- par. ii fr r f T
havo bun vihitiug 1
teveral days leave
home in California.
. P.. T.rcy.
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Mrs. J. H Harper and Miss Martha
0:i vrm. who left Chickasha several
months ago for Stephens Ark. ar-
r've'd In t!?is city yesterday and intend
' a! rg Chickasha their home.
Wm. Sc.rogglns a farmer of south
at town is in the city doing Saturday
i lading lie reports early feed a good
; rop but corn not. over ten or fifteen
tiiishels per acre and cotton very light
Oee Casidy and Pete Kolien farmers
of eight miles west of town aie
Chickasha shoppers this afternoon.
They report corn making from five to
( nty.five bushels per acre in the r
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express our most heart-
felt thanks to our many fronds for
their acts of kindness during the ill-j
prss and death of our beloved wifej
and mother. Also to the beloved oik
who tendered I heir remembrances in
the beauliiul floral offerings. J. S. i
I low ns and Family. i
Want Adt bring reeuiU.
Good old school days are here again. How about School Clothes? We
have everything for Boys and Girls Wearing Apparel. New Suits Blouse
Shin's Pants Shoes Caps etc for boys. ' 1 -
New School Dresses Shoes Middie Blouses Cadet and Onyx Hosiery ?nd
and all other items of school wear. We want to supply your wants. A very
large stock to select from. All beautiful new merchandise. Quality the very
best and the price the very lowest. Let us show you.
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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH.
Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Sunday school at f : :;o a. m
Kveninsj prayer and Fermon at. 8:15.
Rev. H. H. Fay will offciate.
All are cordially ii. .rJ.
HOLY NAME CHURCH.
Corner Seventh and Kansas aveuu
Rev. P. Wilwerding .ector.
Early ma?? 7:"0 a. m.
Late innns 0:"'i a. tn
Sunday jo a. m. in tlie city hall
comiiii t"d by F. A Tiiomas I). S.
S. missionary for the State Spiritual-
ist V:i.oc'ia!iou of lo.va. Lectin o and
si-: i mou.-. da.i I "I-!.. T.... .
o.' St.iritiiiilism Explained." Public ia
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I
"The Little Church 'Round tne .or
Sixth and Minnesota. Kev. E. U
Lens minister. i
Edward B. Te's minister.
.Vioriiiu.n subject "The First Table
of the Law.' j
Evening subject "Sin Offerings."
Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. j
Christian Endeavor at 7:00 p. m.
Mid wctk meeting for -o.iiference j
pr.iy.r Wednesday night. 1
If not worshipping elsewhere yuii j
tre cordially welcome with us.
"THE TIGER LILY" AT
THE K02Y MONDAY
.Manager Hlackstone of the Kozy
theater lias scooped another big fea-
ture for Monday .September . It is
"The Tiger Lily" and was produced
by the famous Vitr.graph company.
This pit ture is one of the finest pieces
of pho'play acting v;c have ever had
.be opportunity U wdness. No ev
tra charge. Admission Gc and TV.
5 ( nw
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Corner Sixth street and Iowa ave-
nue. G. Lyle Smith pastor
Eiblo school at i):45 a. m
Preaching at It a. m. and 8 p. m.
-Morning subject "Individual Jte-
KviTii:ig subject "liandliiif; Arishi
the Wore! of Truth."
A cordial welcome to all.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.
Services 523 Chickasha avenue.
Sunday school at 9:45 a m.
Lesson sermon at 11 :00 a.
Tuistimonial meeting Wednesday
evening at g o'clock
Reading room open every afternouu
exceiit Sundays and holidays Iron
t till 5 o'clock.
Tee public ia cordially invited.
Corner Fourth and Iowa.
Rev. C. S. Walker Pastor.
Sunday school at !i:15 a. rn. C.
Men's Lible class at Carnegie library
at 9:45 a. m.' H. O. Hays president.
Treadling at II a. m.
Sermon by the paator followed by
Kpworth Leapup at 7 p. m. lnstalla-
lion or officers.
Preaching at S p. in.
Address on "Missions
b Or. Lump-
Everybody invited to nil our
;7oo Late to Classify
f rooms. Call
FOR SALE Oil TRAOIv -For fat
tows tome extra good milch cows.
: Geo. Hurley. Phone 1(177. 9-i!-.'!t
FOR RENT Six room house in
first class cond:tion. Phone i:;i. No.
SiO South Founeenth; rent $lu )ier
month. - 9-(J-3t
WANTED-Hands to work in al-
lalu. Apply to R. A. Lyle rour miles
west of town. Phone FX :.'. 9-r.:it
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WANTED Wotiuui to cook aud do
ouaiWOitt. Ai-i.y lu 11. A.
one i lour liiiles west
of tov. ii. O t'. St
WANTED To buy corn. Apply to
.. A Lyle. Phone FX-'.' four miles
;" t t f Sown ; Q-C-3t
WAN'I EI Man and wife for farm
uk and hr-a-'owork close to town.
!: T2. n- r-:y L. or 3 11. 9-6-St
i' v-i. c f.' nt n :i: ilns.
t'tw ryn s rr "ftronfi f-i;
'teut Bijin' and place a three Hue.
" -o ii.e n iV! in the EspruM
Two bits Is all It will coat yoi and
HYP' yone. will tee it. tf
Old Vacant House
Destroyed by Fire
After having just answered a fire
alarm at Seventh and Arkansas ave-
u at 9:0 wliere some dry grass was
beitiK burned fire department No. 2
was called to a fire at Seventh and
Alabama at H o'clock last night too
liite to save an old vacant house that
caught fire in some way unknown
and was burned to the ground.
The house was the property of a Mr.
Croslin and had been vacant for over
HAS GOOD CORN.
M. L. Gibbons a farmer of two
miles east of Lucile marketed a load
ol pood corn in -Chickasha today. The
corn was of '" iwa Gold Mine va-
riety ami Mr. Gibbons est I mates that
it will make thirty bushels per acre.
Ho has fifty acres in the crop this
CARD OF THANKS.
I wain to thank all the people who
voted for me in the piano contest. 1
got it and I never was so happy in
life but I do fid awful sorry for
little girls Alberta
It BAtEf ALL TOMORROW.
The Illack Cuts will play El Reno
tomorrow afternoon at . University
park. A good game is promised.
a U iiiatii
liiitlDLE w Ifi 1 1
rinds Help m LydUE.P:
TJeilevue Ohio. "I was in a ten-ilk
state before I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a
et;e table Com-
pound. My back
it would break 1 had
pains all over rne
nervous f eelinps and
periodic troubles. I
was very weak and
run down and was
loii.ig hope of ever
being well and
strong. After tak-
ing Lydia E. i'ink-
liam's Vegetable Compound I improved
rapidly and today am a well woman. I
cannot Udl Vuu Low lmjii-y I feei and I
Caiiiiul aay too iiiuciiiui yuui CouiiKiUlid.
Would not be without it in the house if
it cost three times the amounL" Mrs.
Chas. Chapman R. F. D. No. 7 Belle-
Because your case is a difficult one
doctors having done you no good do not
continue to suffer without Riving Lydia
E. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound a
trial. It surely has remedied many-
Cases of femalo ills such as inflamma-
tion ulceration displacem nts tumors
irregularities periodic pains backache
and it may be exactly what you need.
The Finkham recot ) is a proud and
ieerles3 one. It is a record of constant
victory over iho obstinate ilia of woman
ills that deal out despair. It is an es-
tablished fact that I.ydia E. rinkhavn's
Vegetable (Compound has restored
health to thousands of such suffwing
women. Why don't you try it if you
need such a medicine?
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The library is closed for catalogu-
ing till further notice.
Library uourg: Keautae rooms and
charging desk open from 2 p. m. to 6
p. m. and 7 p. m. to 9 p. ni
Pooks ' v111 be taken In and credit-
ed but none given out.. Holders of
overdue books are requested to return
books and leave them in the stenogra-
pher's room at the right Of the Vesti-
bule. Gifts to the Library.
Donated by Edward Noble: lliseox.
Modern Steam Engineering im -'mini-.'
eb-ctricul eiinn by Newtcn I i;rrin.
i!c;ci ;- E.-: ( -i-ij- aiid-OjH-ratfn-; f.if
Fnrlm .if Mat iduL's -aui .'.nil.
in tt tiation:: I ('oi-:-"-;oih!-."!ci. ;-a - boo!.
Cpf Aj'-auruiu's for lUSh.-ay Train-
men. Mitchell's Models; thiCL teiu.ii
Train Air-Signal System.
Truck .iction Triple Valve.
Freight Drake Equipment.
Best known and typical essays by
Lamb De Quincey Macauley Carlyle.
Ruskia Arnold Newman and Hazlitt.
Representative poems or complete
works by Dryden Pope Southey
Scott Campbell Moore Byron Shel
ley Keats Hunt Hood Tennyson the
Brownings Matthew ArnolJ the Ros
settis and Swinburne.
Novels illustrating the historic
development of English fiction:
Malory Morte d' Arthur.
Banyan Pilgrim's Progress
Before Robinson Crusoe.
Swift Gulliver's TravelB.
Fielding Tom Jones.
Goldsmith Vicar of Wakefield.
Fanny P.urney Evelina
Jane Austin Pride and Prejudice.
Scott Complete Works
Hawthorne Marble Farm; Scarlet
Letter; Seven Gables.
Lyiton Last Days of Pompeii; Last
)f the Barons.
Dickens Complete bei
Thaekery Complete set.
Kingsley Hypatia; Westward Ho.
Trollope The Warden
Reade Cloister and the Hearth; Put
Yourself In His Place Never Too Late
Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre.
George Eliot Complete works.
Meredith Ordeal of Richard Fev-
;rel; Diana of the Crossways.
Hardy Tess of D' Urbervilles; Taa
Stevenson. Complete Set
Kipling 16 volumes.
. Children's List. j
least a few book3 he has read aud j
liked. Every book here has been a
favr'ie with many boys and girls. j
Alcott Jack and Jill Little Men Lit- i
tie Women Under the Lilacs. j
Aldrich Story of a Pad Uoy.
Cervantes Don Quixote. '.
Clemens Tom Sawyer H
Craik Little 1; : Prince.
Dodcsen Alice fa v'en
Thruttgh tV..3 Lookiug !.: . .s.
Ew.a . a a o fiie V iaUIUi
Harris Uncle Remus.
Hawtl.rrre A Woi.Jer Duck
Ilowells. H:i;!t of riniv PaI
Ilug'nes Tom Diovvii's fclKjol I'fys.
"Jackson Nelly's Silver M;uo
Jewett Bony Leicester.
Kingsley Water Babies.
Kipling Jungle Books.
Macdonald The Princess and the
Lamb Tales from Shakespeare.
Marryat Masterman Ready Mid-
Matthews Torn Paulding.
Porter Scottish Chiefs.
Pyle Robin Hood Nancy Rutledge.
Ruskin King of the Golden River.
Sewell Black Beauy.
Thackeray Rose and the Ring
Wyss Swiss Family Robinson.
Swift Gulliver's Travels.
Stevenson Black Arrow Treasure
Yf.nge Heir- of nedciiffo.
. Hew Dees It Get Aew?
At a certain eaetrn imU eCsiiy on
of t'.io r.iTifec.sois was eej-Ijuctiug: liil
f-'Mimiiiaiion in pIiysiolot;y. Ko asked
for a dr:::rri;..t:cn of tlw ctrctlntina-Rt
the extremities n-eaiiing of course the
capillary circalatioii.; The youth he
called upon evidently .did not know
ntueli about t'ic iu..;.ticr. for tc- rvf:!f -2.
Unit. U." biwl vv-!it down nan b-g
aud up the other ! Youth's Couipuulun
Rule for Candies.
An old rule calls for as many can-
dles on the table as there are guests
about It and It Is a rule that mipht
be followed with interesting result;).
There is so much variety shown now-
adays in the way in which candles are
placed on a table that the candles
could be put one In front of each guest
In a circle or oval or oblong about the
Right In a Sense.
The woman who boasts that she has
the best of husbands is not wholly to
be believed although she may nava tha
best of one.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 213, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 6, 1913, newspaper, September 6, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732091/m1/3/: accessed May 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.