Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1911 Page: 4 of 6
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CmCZAZUA DAILY ZXFliXSa SEICOSHA OELAHOIU
CEICIZASHA'S LARGEST CLOTHII.G STORE
Brie! Bits of City News
The One r
1 11 f- Alii! n UIU c! 1 cf liUC Ci. I V
1 Men's and Boys Suits.
ItS &cTAyVSi ayear. irih'Vvkwirc Vnd Society Bnd Clothes included iii thu ial
Men's Suits and Overcoats
a.t y w. WU
-v : :.:::L':::::i 15.00
Clearance Prices on Manhattan
and Hub Shirt
B.1--S tr-: now 5i.i3
.mi erid'-s &rj ri'-w x
-( j..rf ii'Av $1.3
h srrt now
ar'. ii .'vv -"J
lears Bears Bears
At The Lyric Theatre
Begins Monday N;?ht and Continues
Thru tne Week
Feature Circus Attraction s
The O'Brien Bros and their group of three educated
live bears in a farce comedy entitled
Interesting bears that ride bicycles form pyriraids wheel
each other in baby carriages walk the tight rope roll
each other on the rolling hoop and dancing bears. Bears
that create 2- minute's of fun and laughter. A refined
comedy act that pleases both l and young;
Three reels finest films. Best of order maintained. We
cater to Chickasha's best and most refined people.
See the bears in the Lyric Lobby.
Prices under 12 10c; Adults 15c
H. J. Browneon
ha removed from their old
location 219 Chickasha Ave.
to 310 Chickasha Ave. next to
Eagle Mercantile Company.
New fixtures and a brand
new stock of drugs and sun-
dries. H. J. EHQWNSDH
The REXALL Store
310 Chickasha Ave.
Wanted to buy
Clean Rags at
Overcoats Shirts. Trousers Underw
tic IS now in run DidM.
Boy's Suits and Overcoats
? -! .Suits
S' iits &r:-l
;. Suits ar.'l
1-4 Off on Men's Trousers 1
1-4 Off on Wool Shirts
You have waited for this sale because you
Cut Flowers for
Howers are appropriate oa occa-siens
of Joy or s.orro -r.
Mail otders prou:ptl ts-t-cuted. 1
Phone 43. 623 South Fifth St. )
l-i t V T. I arV'ns nnA Mlrv A. Ma
key oMeopathic physicians. Ail cura-
able diseases treated
building. Phone SS3.
esr.fi lump coal. $5.50
While it las's we will sell P-fkoshe
h.jrp coal f.'-rked at -..'.! per ton
shoveled at f'Uj or the nut at $5.00.
There low prit-es will only last a few
.ddv-t. We need the spate to unload
icoiT- coal. Phone 7 .If Mar.hews-'.iti-
C-iiin cotr.r-any 1-1 -o..
When biiyir.sr a cous-h ni'-dicine for ;
children b'ar in m!i:d that Chambf-.-. j
lain s Cou-?h R-tii'-dy is mo-t erT c'.i;al :
for rolds -.roup ut:d whf-C'ping cvo-;b '
and that it c;i -tains no hara.lal drusr.
For .a!e ly air defers. &'' i
If you have horse' co-.v- hots or
ch!ckn to sdvertise them in the
classified column of the Exp-tsB-Buyers
em b found for any king
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. ;
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed "to cure j
any ca-e of Hcbintr blind bleeding or j
p-o'.rud'r.ss piles it; yjx to fotirteei dijs
or uoticy refunded. 6Gc 1L8 dll j
ir.e r- ' prices.
Ov - n
Ovt - rcoa
Ov - ry.st3
izzzj Li Via a-i a r.7s?
; Fuceetd when every tl-i? elae fe2s.
; In nenroua prostration acd fn!e
i e8icienea they .r the sup-eire
I tenvedy a tnousancs Rive tesareo.
FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND
fa i the cst mdkinc -vir ao'd
over a dft;rii's cocnier.
Rook Island Barber Shapiro
! J. E. Hollo way Prop.
! TOO WILL EE PLEASED
113 South rd St.
tit - .n. i m.f .
w e nave auueu new onuuy-i-y-
Idate machinery to cur plant andj Maxil.e51f a r.a! .stae man
ItnH Mnn f f.'lV irn-yS' nrm Texas. U in Chicka-
MACHINE OH FOUNDRY VM m?.
We make a specialty of Sash i and Anibcls.er have
Wl3UCtaIr-r..."v d thMr office to rooms over
; and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop Jan.s rdrug Btore cio'i Chicka-
l in connection. See the hut Corn . Kr 'R urus i.ta-imo
leu. r-.. u:u mnft. ! r-ha avenue. imo
C. C. HERITDOH j
3101-2 Chickasha Ave.
I General practice in all court3
! ' 1-7-1 fno. . I
P AH AMORE BROS
5 Aall Pap8T CZJ fainlb
Estimates furnished on all work
Sicrns a specialty
' 402 Chickasha Ave. - Phone 755
j 1 -i mo.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO PRESENT CLAIMS.
. ! .ho t9t of the d's-
Noti.e is hereby given that lei urs ; they ear not ZT&? conrt l'
r admiLis raion of 'he estate of'ens-. Ca'arrh s a blood or con
d "ceased were
ven 0 U.- undcrstacd bv the county
".r .v. rt. -r r-.a(v Ktate. or
... . . . t . . . -i.. l-v ..f
J .nuiitv; If' 11.
i! -- r...'..t -n exhibit the!
v"i--A und.'rned at the n.l-ka-'
i -j i..'- Pi -he cirv of t'liii k.
-.liowanee wi Lin
' ( eoui.tv
O' Iuv -k
A '-nini (ir.
1 ;;:: .!
J. S. A".iir
-a OK.a-i.cai3 i J'1 !
Get It t Bro-rcjoa'i dru? :ore. i
b.-i Ri? k-.-r t U-ta i
Jc-e " a
ELi a from Law-
Meet Ee at tie Owl tcZ fountain.
(a.y Liorsovan has retort-ed from a
l:-u-!r:'-.s trip to S:. Louis.
Ecgravcd talKtg ards a: Fla'au's.
I. D. Lt-!:ow;tz U cor fined t t!a
rvo:n ! grippe today.
ly.rtr to Mr. acd Mrs. Frank Eaker
feoutli of tie city a toy.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative BrotEO Quinine Tablet.
VrusgU'.s refund raoney If it falls to
cure. E. V. GrcTe sigoature is on
cii box. 23c. " 11-8-tf
R. E. Davf-oirtrt
ccu;.Ie of days.
baa been i'.l a
CroTJs of poi-le have attended our
r'-an-Sc c!casi sweep sale. Why r.ot
ou? The Peo;.'.e s f ore. 2-2t
Ed Keever an undertaker
Lindsay is in Chkkasha today.
j. a. Schwartz has ftamd from a
bttsli.'.s.' trip to Kansas City.
Nail iivw 119 bas Louses to
2 j-Ct f
; J. B. Wtlborr.e 4"1 North Seventh
street is ill with la. grip?.
Nail pkone U'3 has Louses to
Judge B. F. HOidin? of Anadatko
was a visi'or In the ci'y yesterday.
We are now -ready to do your sew-
are located at Kr17 Kansas ave
nue Phone X'.'tts. -i:ss un;.u.
G. T. Te
i;'.e-or. an oil man from
a business vifitjr in the
ch and jewelry re-
& Son jewelers
and oii ;a:s.
John Kent of Q'lanah came to Chick-
a.ha yesterday for a lev.- tiays i.-i
Ladie s' costs skirts and suits at less
tlan half price daring our clean swwp
-The People's to.-.
John Fowler of Min-o the well
known base ball pVayer was in Chicka.
sha .-tei day.
Bears! B'-ars! at the Lyric
Miss Esthrf Macer Of Davenport.
Iowa who has been the gust of Mrs.
J. I). Cartr'hael sweral months ex-t.-'t.-
to 1-ave tomorrow for Kansas
Citv to visit her brother.
.reB-j .MNrtT sr r.UACD
w ith LOCAL APPUCATIONS.
tionol cisease and in orutr i -"-
you must take internal remeoies. ;
Hall's Ca'arrh Cure is taken interna!-1
- !if?f! fl: . rpC V Oil t.vv.'v. -
jmucotn surfaces. Hall's Catarrh cure
-t'u not a onark medicine. It was pre -
1 . . !.!.
scribed by one of tne nest pay-nnaus
hi this country for years and !s a rega -
....... ...-j .. f .1
iar prescription n is co.i.i-w mc i
best tonic known combined wi'h the
C: it e Owl dref .r.
;;. ive cf this nob-; b-st blood purifiers .ac'ing directly on
ner-s-arv voucher? I !. m'K-cu su-fac"?. The perfect com-r.-ve-
;!-(' Pi. tej from Itltifion of the two in?red:-nt Is what
Produces su'-h wonurfuI resup.s m
i etirine Ca'arrh. Send for testimonial
fice. ' F. J. CHENEY & CO.
i Props. Toledo O.
! Fol.1 by druggists prico 7."c.
Take nail's Family Pii
for conB.'l -
moved xsttl: offices to
V.Oiti IiljiJ is in :Le
.Men'a ar.4 youtVs e!o:b'.sg &c less
Mr. and Mrs. Jarces J&ce Jr. acd
JIr. Let'tr C?r..- were Vcrdc-n tis-
itors j eaterddy.
Are you trouble ;th headache?
It may be cauied by weik eyes. Coa-
iiiH .Dr. M. Flatau graduate optician.
Exaail nation free. M. Flataa tc Son
Jek-rs acd oiciass 32S CtSckaiha
avenue. PLone MS. 14-it
Artaitc-ct L. P. LarKin returned this
uorrJu Irota CaraeSe wbere fce is
trecicy to large brkk buKdicgs.
DoctOis Leds acd Acbrister Lave
utoved their o5T.ce s to rooms over
Browcscn's drug store 3104 Cticka-
Mrs. Ed Lcorey 14
street tas returned from a visit with
Irsecds and reiatives in Ninnekah. I
J. P. Nail 1-Lone 11? Las houses to)
Mr. cr.d .'rs. Chester B-irr are re-
Jtteiog over the birth of a fine boy oc-
curicg yesterday ntortiikg.
Yoa are lettin; do'.'.ars slip through
oJr Enters if you don't attecd our
clean sweep aie.
The People's store.
Fraik Sherwood cashier
Liaisav National bank av: G-iinsville
Tex. i3 a Chicka ta visitor today.
Get a red bundle. 23-3t
A. C. Cruce of Ardaiore is a g'iet
at the lorr.e of F. E. Riddle while in
the city on business today.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom O. borne of Mid-
cleburg were trading in 1'hickasha j
'Mrs. S. W. Bird has returned from
a several weeka visi; with her daugh-
ter in Daiias Tex.
Mrs. Will Owsley will en'.ertato a
few friends at a chafing dish party to-
night. henry Skelton of Dallas Tex. is
spending a few- days with bis uncle
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Skelton
at the Grand hotel.
Sirs. William McKenzie arrived in
C'hicka.-ha Itst niht from Tay'.orville.
111. to spend the remaining winter
months with her son A. E. McKeiuie.
Miss Lee Irvine Bird goes to Okla-
homa Ci'y Saturday w here she w ill b
the guest of Miss .Loutee Wa'son fir
the week end.
I): V. Esr-er district deputy of the
j Knigh's of Columbus went to Lawtoo
assist in the Installation of of-
j .Misses Marie P.yndak and Grace
j Kes!r who were the guest of John
Rvndak at the Chanty ball returned
to Htoart this morning.
I.-a E. Ga-kfll will return this even
ing from Shawnee where he spent a 1
few days with his brother. He ex-
pects to leave the first of the Qjonth
for Kansas City.
r;.n re- 1 !nt-av
) i S. v . . 1 ' .. . 1 - . -t ...... j
todav after a short visit with Mrs. B.
Y Cf.h cu0 xL-a2 a xnu..t at th
n.eeting of Sorosis Study club yester-
Misses Fitzgerald of El R-no and
Olan nd Grace McCrackcn of Guthrie
arrived in Chickasha tlHs . arternoon tr
quests of Misse Edith and
he cry a'tendlng court. Mr.
on wa formerly of this ci'y.
. is m
- iWiinw a rtfn fillip
foreman of th
! Chi-ha-ha Light
! .-Tatr. r.flnv.
Heat and Power
FINE FARM NEAR TOWN.
i 220 acres of fine land almost sd-
' joining Amb'T all black sandy loam
'.and. ail level and tillable two sets
' of iniptovf Events well of fine water
j windmill 'Jl acres pood bottom bind
i This land is well worth "$.".0 per acre
' On the nirnhet for a Ktior; .line ai sr.
! per am-. See Jenkins & Major. 212
Dot Tors Le-tds and A:
V6-V ' - 'Y M The wonder bak-
O.iNr ! "? II..?" . . ...
f i V Ruritv. I
Plant a boaae cr.:.a:d of your own
you have the latd. we grow the tret
a: y .tir cail we caa fit yoa out with
general nursery stock fruh trees
ih 1 r.l vines. Entotnol)it'8
(..or;;f-ca.e3 are auathnd o a'.l ordem.
Oar nursrv is insjiec-ted every year
by tie state iiiScto. Phone &!.
:3t CHICKASHA NURSERY.
SATURDAY JAN. 23
Qa the ttreet of Chicka.-ha o;;iobite
the jA.-it c on Third street Ugin-
ii;cg at 2 o'clock p. m. the following
described property: Household and
I ." hree or 'our gcod work horses
and other thitga tso niit-rou-5 to mea-
tion. H. O. HAi t.s.
j zt-ti Attctiooeer.
Our tl'ean sweep sale is now going
on in full wing. The -Pftpie' Wore.
Miss Grace Upton who was a vUitor
at the Charity ball K-ft Jhi aornics
tor her home in Katisis City.
For Rent NBiceiy furnished froc
tooni strictly awKleru. 623 Colorado j
IN ALFALFA LAND
.t.t-.-r c.--k iK t oui. c!2
hickasaa li tuiles from
12') acres Bit
miles frora Ch
ituall railroad town; all cultivated.
good 2-room house large orchard. 1'
acres alfilta. saall barn and outbuild-
ings; an abundance or living and rua-
;;ing water; plenty o? tiaib-r on tree'K.
Best bargain in Grady eontity. Wtn
of $1.2".!) at 6 per cent. PrP e il i er
Phone i'StL First Nat. Banit B--jc:-.nt.
The Phiicopher of FeUy. -
"A fellow who s'.ts around wa'.ur.g
. jji -uk uti h
Philosopher of Folly "will find hi as-
self on his uppers before Icbr."
Ouoht to Be Thankful.
Rnnn people grumblo because the
roue baa thorns. They ought to ho j t.-Uvsu .-r. i:'s. It's prd
tfcankl-il that thorns have roses. j Ti e -.vilk-s; Orchestra. Roiid -rir.s.
. 'the bt-M of music in tarB.--cy wj'h the
Cut Out Lamp Lighters. ' ! best of pictures. Mrs. Own. i-Uno;
. Clockwork apparatoa. to autom-iMe- j Mr. Go! violin; Mr. Giiubt clarinet
tllv lieht and cxtinatuish ;as street!;-- v- r.tav. I;-.- vl'.din. -
lamps has ton invented to save the
expense of latr.p lighters.
Screwed Up Their Courage.
i It waa tie tour or lamiiy conn-
dences. Mr. Buggins had finished bis
.tvening paj.rs and in slippers and
dressing gown was toasting his toes
before the ab?stos fire log while the
wif of his bosom was' futticg a few
tttCbe in Mio xaoi roer duo was
j doing for Aunt Mary and which th
"I did something today that I'vo
been screwing up my courage to do
fnr a lor. a- time." said Mrs. Buerins.
"Yes?" said Mr. Buggins. mildly ia-
tereeted. "What was tt?
j -You know tb.t odioy Mr..
rjoni ; .rj.. ...... --.
! P 1 that I bavo o-ed for
Bear!y a year " .
"'My dear I can sympathise with
you." said Mr. Btiegins. "1 oday by
m strance coincidence I naid that
bill I bsd owed
jhlm for quUe as lonf.'
There Is Only Oho
VSCO THE WORLD OYCR
Always remember the full name
for this signature on every Ikjx.
i its uniformity
r fiiiir.j rcilu its
V-rJr"f t in in economy f
It c.'$ !c-.s than the hL'h-prtce f
i- i t hrar.iis. bjt it is worth as f
rr.jch. I: ccsti a t:...e r.v re tr.an '
f'r ch in and Lij' can kind "t
- - .
h is worth more. Bat prove its f f
res! economy in the bikifj. "
U CALUMET the Modern
At ill Grocers.
prints all you
AttLurmG-nrtt Mr. Ka!H M-1t
Dressmaking o( U Kind
Tailoring a Specialty . . .
tr CoiotK-iTfM " ' t.i.
Bay and sell all kinds of
New and Second Hand '
! Household and puniitUIC
j Kitchen . .
Stove3 Repaired. Telephone 411
406 Chickasha Ave.
THE VVILK1E THEATER.
W. Ectt Wilkie Masairw.
Wvdtf s-hiy a-.J ThursdA.v
Int'-rr a'.!4.iai it -tor lsoat litres '.
Lar'hn;or.!f New York if you lave
j ' '
! Jutir.in and Th-.-o-.'ora. An
jtotical classic of 'he dark aips
f. Hu board the in.
! Pais. An Al ' :n story.
Piuyirg at l.tivo.-re. The l-
!i''r lifii hi'.d.r n tanftht th-
R-volvir.?! iKmrs. Imp io;n-
"The Girl lb' L- ". Bi-Mnd.'
To..:!. a Kn-ws How to TjIv II
Preca!ition." ('.imedy. .
"Tlie lh!ir.!ng-i.' That -on.dy s Ins-
ins dsneing an -I talking p.ir. This
is a m w ai t tonight so don't fail to
Mu.-lc by Prof. Travis.
Ioort open at ?:0. p. tn.
Flri.t fchow starts at 7:15
Pri; es 10 and 1.1 cents.
For Rent CI se in .Vroom house.
tt'.M Kansas avenue barn ti'y water
bath p.'s el-e-rU- lich's; H per
nionrii to good tenant. Lester Pr!c
phone 2f'S. 2-Ct
$ .... n a
W 9w wm m 1
TO CURE A COLD IN CH CAT.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1911, newspaper, January 26, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732795/m1/4/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.