Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 188, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1913 Page: 4 of 6
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150 Shirts now . $1.15 $2.50 Shirts now
00 Shirts now . 51.50 $3.00 Shirts now
$3.50 Shirts now .... $2.65
I.Vad (ihdie Store ad third column. "Unto writ." 3taJMic tonight. It
Mrs. W. I). JhtMafct.T is spnuliiig
tnreo weeks in Colorado Hpriuys.
Mrs. (i. A. Howe of Lindsay is the.
Q() ()r I ; I Kut-Ht of Mends in tin; oily today.
i i 1 Get your h vness and harnesi repair-
: ! In g of Wads worth & Whits tf
11 f f ' k 1 n l tf 1 S Mr J' J""'li f Anndarko spent
nd tlon t rorffct our Annual Clearance bale onriirsh- m cinvkasua 1..
W'L --i--J - r.iii ii ixujjwiiiitinrwi vjuiulj Ok ahonia City on 1
-ffubr $15.00Suits now .$11.25
'j-rukir $18.00 Suits now $13.50
ular $20.00 Suits now ? 15.00
uar 22.50 Suits now $10.85
ular $2500 Suits now. ......$18.75
-rruhr $27.50 Suits now $20.(35
Sular $30.00 S'lits now $22.50
54 Off on Men's and Boys' Straw Hats
Yd Off on Children's Wash Suits
4 Off on Coys' Suits
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Off on Men's and Doys' Odd Trousers I ";
BEST KNOWN FOR :
BETTER CLOTHES ! '
this niomini' for
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"H 1" IT
. OT'n N fr OTA
A Clean Home-like Place
Where good clean home-like cooking is serv-
ed in a pa'itabb form. Clean beds.
MRS. J. E. McINTOSH Manager.
' iV-Tf Vn n r .: rz. Trrj7
; iB'v'."';1rsrfS! R'il Buy vour
! a you should eco us at HI "
I . kind of roufmg. - Jijj IH';
The lOai'.h; Mercantile com- 3-
pany 'rf emiro .stock which was !
liaiiiaficd hy file ami water will
v he put on na!e Saturday morn-
ing AujUiKt !). 4.
t 4-4 -
lf. S. O. .Mans haa returned from
a trip to Ai'tesiu X. M
.v. u. .uoryan retuined today from
I'iiula Valley where he has ben on
I hay and fell new and second hand
goods corner Fifth and Chitkasha ave
nue. T. C. Cheney. jj-fi-llt
J. C. Irij.;Kers uud wife left today
for Uaiiiby Texas where .they will
visit friends and relatives.
Miss Maud Fealey at the Maajestic.
Miss Carrie Collier and mother of
this city are visiting relatives at I'ur-
cell Okla. and will be gone ten days.
Dr. Foster has moved to the new . PLACE
s hone 100S.
125 North Third
1 Sunday Order
j From us. You get
j ! j the largest selection
to choose from it
is cut deep from
the very best glass.
i You are invited to
inspect our line.
At The Play Houses
Kov! Komfortabie Plenty of Electrio
"Xot thv. hiKKesl luit. the best."
Our iiiemres can't he heat. A big
fun show tonight.
"Don't worry." Some comedy. lie
sure to see it.
"The Ranch Feud" a thrilling west-
ern fealtiring (1. M. Anderson.
"Los Angeles Cal." a beautiful
"lied J licks Defies the World" an-
other laugh producer.
6 CENTS AND 1t CENTO.
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t 16 Scuth Tiard Street
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Hgugc of Quality.
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j SELLS CHEAPER
because . Bill Hale's
; exDense bills are lov
; at and Groceries
He Sells Chea
I K t t fi
01 Sou La Second
real Ikj cool ians lLa
Ice cream served frep.
SUannon Springs water.
lions.' coided with ice.
l'.est musie in the state.
Not tile hiceest lint one of the best.
Feature! I'e.itnre!! Feature!''
"Little Herri'" two reeds. This is
t ' ! one of niekons' maslerpieees plaved bv
i'!lhn Thauhaus. r einiipa:) Ji a;uring
J.Mtss .Maud fVali-y. This story is one
fci i of the classics in all of the sciiools and
-..'! olh--.es of tin l.i ml. It is a n.a.sier-
? ' jde'A i pho'--r:rihv
"The Toy" ono reel. A pathetic
drama jiortraying the love of a mnr
i for children. Show us tile man who
has no affection for children or tmi-
I mats and we will show you the man
: to watch. x
j PRICES 5 ANH to CENT!.
THE AMF.BICHII . f!p " '
I'cst vatch on earth
FOK $1.00. Double
case of nickel finish
second hand stem
wind and set. Splen-
did time keeper.
(' ;" i t f
hi a t cived.
I'd-' t':e Trcublc St.-rt-..
For any kind of well work cistern
well drilling phone lu2. 8-1-llt
Judge X. M. Williams returned yes-
terday from a two weeks' vacation at
Mrs. Maiioney of the lion Ton Mil-
linery has gone to St Louis to study
the styles and buy fall stock.
If it leaks we'll fix it. Roy English
Plumbing. Phono 341.
Little Miss Oklahoma McMaster is
spending several weeks In El Reno
with her sister Mrs. Forrest Nave.
Mrs. ;. P. Frost of Iilanohard is
spending the day in Chickasha tiliop-
Silverware cleaned free Saturday at
I'rownson's old stand. Southwestern
Specialty Co. 8-C-St
M. S. Cralle and family are expected
I to return the last of the week from
a. vacation trip to Colorado Springs.
William Kagle and Mrs. Cynthia
Kagle are the guests of friends in Col-
orado Springs for a few weeks.
II. S. Ragley has just received :i
large assortment of high grade pen-
nants. Nearly every state and school
is represented. Sizes 1C.X45 13x.".6 and
smaller. Letters sewed or stenciled.
Felt heavy grade. Telephone 4 or
Mrs. Kusie I'adeu 'returned to her
home in LHclifId III. after a visit
with her aunt .Mrs. Henry Wubker in
L. K. ISradford or Wichita Falls spent
yesterday in the city with friends.
Miss Etta Dolman of Minco is spend-
ing the day in Chickasha the guest of
The Dally Express has plenty of oil
ind gas leases for sale. tf
Miss Fannie Wadsworth has been
elected ussistant principal of the con-
solidated schools at. Amber.
Miss (iladys and (leneva Hams. lOtl
South Sixth street are spending a
wed; in Alt .id with their brother.
Doctors Leeds and A minister have
moved their offices to the second floor
of the new First National Bank build
ing rooms 202-200-204. 7-29-121
W. II. Driggeis and family left yes-
terday for 1-lamby Texas lo visit
f rri i . ..... i
iej- ue musing tlie trip by Owl drug store and Public drug store.
1 i H H r--l ?: V. J . i -t t
I Embroideries . . . . .
j One lot of Low Shoes . .
j Best Calico . . . . ' .
i 0. N. T. Thread 7 spools for
;l Box of Remnants a grab .
Mens Shirts ......
Remarkable Cure of Dysentery.
..... X'.. . ; . r
i "si national uaiiK Umlding suite
C. II. Caneman manager of the
Chhdiasha Oottou compress has gone
to Colorado for u vacation
We rent kodakB and soil fllmg and
supplies. Owl drug store. B-2G-U
Hig feature night at tlie Majestic.
Hiram Scroggins of Snyder is visit-
ing his parents Mr. and .Mrs. A. K
Scroggins 1 12S South Tenth street.
The guild of the Presbyterian ehuivh
will hold their mid-summer bazaar
Saturday afternoon and evening at
Booth's book store. S-7-;it
Mr. and Mrs.' Sam Pack returned
yesterday from an exteiu'ea vh.it lu
Shawnee and other eastern Oklahoma
Ice crenm Ice water served free at
See demonstration of Wonder Cloth
and 7 Wonder Furniture Polish at
Brownson's old stand Saturday. Sil-
verware cleaned free. Southwestern
Specialty Co. S-O-IH
Mrs. J. C. Mitchell and children
leave tomorrow for Mill Creek Okla.
where they will spend a mouth with
"Little Dorrit" Majestic "Little
Mrs. George Deiwihler who has
spent the past week in the city the
guest of friends and relatives return-
ed today to her home in Geary.
Ice cream ice water ice cooled
house Majestic. u
Clay Wejborne and Frank Lindsay
leave this afternoon for Comanche
where they will play hall with the
Verden club (luring a series of parries
If you sil in a cool draft when yon
are heated and get a stilf neck or
lame hack you will be looking for
something that will ease (he pain. Fix
yonr mind on Pa'lard's Snow Lini-
ment and don't be talked out of it
because it is the best pain relieving
liniment you can get anywhere. Price
2."c 5H.fi and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
' IN T0TN
YOU CAN EAT ALL THE
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you want. It matters not if you are ten
are toothless it won't hurt you for it's f """"
made of the purest cream in oru sanifa- 1
ry factory; delivered to any part of
i Royal Ice Cream z Creamery Co.
lj Phone 185. No. 425 Kansas Avenue
iave an entire new sic zn
"I was attacked wlth( dysentery
about July 1 and used the doctor's
medicine and other remedies with no
leiief only g tling worse ail the time.
I was uiuibio to do any thing and my
weiaiit. (Iropned from 145 to 1- !!' !l!!1!'J
U ! t i s ! i 1 ' I i t
pouniis. i suiterea ror atiout mo j tfj jjjjj
months when I was advised to use 1 j j j i ( ' f J ' i ( J
Chamlcrlaiu'a Colic Cholera and 1) j J j J ! J J )
.. . r .fi .. iillltliillll
iuuta iit-iueu.. a ubeu LVO iiuna-o L orttlMIIOO
II .1 ;t . -. i: ..ilO-flSlMlill
writes B. W. Hill of Snow Hill. N. C h 1
! For sale by all dealers. Adv. Kw ijM'iiiji')!
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CLOTHING FOR CHARITY. '..M jl '
I The Ur-ited Charities need cloth' if Hjjii-i'il!.
I for their work in the city It.JJi'jjijK
i have anything to douato notify ir ; i! '
Coryell plume- 421.
Apply a cotton cloth wet with 1 i j- . i
lard's Snow Liniment to all wouti i V '(j
cms burns sores or blisters oad n ijj ' '
its wonderful heaiiivT uowder. It is ill i i 3 H I i 1 !
' ..' . . I f 1 Ml
I'l'impt aau very cuemve. i'r;.-e :
;-e: and fl.fiO per bottle. Sold by Owl
diug (.i.jio an 1 Fulilio drug store
lv. F. Thweatt announces his
arrival from his vacation. He
says The Owl is cooler than
Colorado -the drinks better
and no hills to climb. "I
never appreciated my climate
so much until I returned from
Colorado" said he.
You are invited to call and sre
these new thing3
' ! j Oil f is
I ' je. 1 P j ' t
lyiiiiytiiiliiu ylli 1
a 117 iT ft 17 AM
y The kind that makes you want more Ice ('ream. I
Ice Cream of quality. Delivered to ail parts of
I the city. Call us for quality ice cream. Whole- h
4i sale or retail.
jj- . 1 $ Viwm ..iit.I L- iii-.ly
Aim. PHONE 303.
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PI IONE 126. FPvEE DELIVERY.
fr"p j!! b.e-.e'K rmiii'rir ;;n I J irlnj crna cienri WTi
" M V-'I ''"' di-eie.; I". o j f -prcct ovf'ce 8t onc
' ' ' " 0"'i-rn. - Atlr.. tf w 1 prc pfidi
r.Ue r.Si to Ut 1 1 j J i ; r'S
. H.8het c. mujjf; j.lE
When you ordi-r from ;;
this grocery you are as-
surcd of tho very jxst
W i t u l .
u iiyas j
Suffered Eczema Fifty Years Now Mothe
Seems a long time lo endure tin-
awful burning itching h!ariina. yn
diseasit h no nil as "iciti r" - aimiht'i-
n.iltte for eez.'iua. 8't-iit(i too good to
realise aire that Hr. Hehson'i. Lcr.enci
Uititi ill lis proved a pei teet cure.
Mrs. II L Kennidy writes: "I can-!i
not s'lffieii-ntly X'r-;;i my thanks to
J uu for your Hr. Hob-on's Lrzein.-t
Oin!iiunt. It h.iii cured my letter
v. 'uich has troubled me lor over fifty
yeats." Ail dnr:".its or by mail -ti.
I'feifl'er Chemical Co. Ht. Louis Mo.
I'hihulelp'uia Fa. Adv. dftw
rs! Have Your Children Wr.rm
. An .ri. r..M!eS h.rwK;
lit 'table (hrzy or const !;u;.( 7 j-
t!"V C(; inu-.lly thh. ti(
L'ri!;i "ir t -til? IIjm t..y VI .'
lh;; irr. ;:uiar and rav.i.mm a--
;';;!!"? T " M i'!-n ..f won!-
NM1S '"! ":'' -U--.(- yo:;r rM
"l! W!Ml and t.'!
Ki-k;iiMHi Worm r-: ... '
hlls remov the ws im.
I"-v.. your chlhl's appetjt. r.-u!it
Ml"".'"lh live- and bnwels. The smco.
t.'ms disappear and your child is madn
"'i'py ami n a 1 1 li v if(i
AH rtnigsjibis or iy m.n .
Kickapo. 1-lia Medieme Con'.pa''-
''"'''I'liia. I-i. . M. LeniH M..All.'
ukar))i for ti Dally E(ir.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 188, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1913, newspaper, August 7, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732751/m1/4/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.