Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 225, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 20, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
STANDING CF THE TEAMS.
Von. Lost. Pet.
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Clneinnut 1-1 i lirookiyn 0 2.
ciiiruao x l;oit(. i
New York 0-2 Si Louis 1-0
Pittsburg 3-3 Philadelphia 2-3
Boston at. Si. Louis.
Brooklyn at l'ii tiibui K.
New York iit Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
8TANDIN3 01 THE TEAMS.
Clubs Won. Loft. Pet
Philadelphia no 4!) .CIS
t'lfVf hiiid . . 2 00 .777
Washington . i 0! .."70
Huston . 2 O.'i .re;
Chicago . .7:; 71 .in.-
Detroit . .Ci St) .407
New York ..."il h7..... 3m)
st. Louis is i :;t;s
Washington . Detroit 1.
New York -Cihcago; ruin.
Boston Cleveland; rain.
Philadelj lu.i St. Louis; wet Kiniiiii!-
Chicago at Huston.
St. I .i.iiis ut Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia
Cleveland at N'-w York.
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You will want the smartest styled
1 Clothes you can get. They are here.
m And they're the cleverest clothes for men and young
men in t-nvn. "STKJN-BLOCH" and "The Fl'SCIl"
S Suits wo i-howare the first choice of the well groomed
h nXu. We have a stylo for you at the price you want
I to pay.
Get in "line with the best dressed
1 fellows in town.
ullsio 1 U.Uu to ytJiJ.tJU
(kl a new I hit they are here in all colors
Voh hefty u.y --ni
I I ?.wtisU ion by n :t. n": r. J X
Cui.yne!:l l'.'l- Tlie II. BbJi Co
Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema
and Skin Eruptions.
Babie ueed a perfect skin-covering.
Fktn erupt ions cauae Uu;m not on ly
intense Buffering but hinwer thuir
growth. Dr. Hobson's Kczema Oiut-
Dietit can be r-li-d on for relief and
permanent cure of suffering babies
wliOBe skin eruptions havn made tlieir
life miserable. "Our baiiy was afflict-
ed with breaking' out of the skin all
over tbo fare and scalp. Doctors and
skin specialists failed to help. We
tried Dr. Hobson's' Kczema Ointment
and weer overjoyed to see baby com-
pletely cured before one box was
ased" writes Mrs. Strubler Dubuq e
Iowa All dniKftiKts or by mail 50c.
Pfeiffer Chemical Company St. Louis
Mo. and Philadelphia Pa. Adv.
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Arriving at just the p.vschological
inoineiit the sudden cold snap of tin
patit week sent the thoughts of Milady
UyiiiK millinery-ward aud on the crisp
cool days of the openings eager and
expectant throngs of femininity gath-
ered at tiie various millinery shops to
welcome and admin the new fail
Mtyles and the hats! Mess 'em they
are perltier aud "-ore wonderfully and
fearfully made than ever before. There
is no iron clad rule this season as to
size ciroicr mid general beeoming-
ness determine that. For the woman
who prefers a snr : hat there Is a
wide range of chic pi-nr.nt little mod-
elK while for her sii-.ter who clamors
lor a bir hat tin ie are scores of hand-
some wide trimmed shapes in every
bbade and material tine really can't
appreciate the full beauty and
eaiice they permil until one
a peeti "behind the scenes" where
: there are tables piled high with huts
in every stage of making. some ail
; complete save for the final seal oi
I approval boxes of handsome plumes
1 in every hue and shade and plumes
by the way ara to bo used nioro than
'ever for inmming drtssy hats riu-
i bons velvets silks velours feathers
j and everything that is used in making
l hats. Just about the busiest place in
( liickasha thnic days are the work-
rooms of the millinery stores where
j blight clever young women trained
for the business are busily engaged
in tasiiioning hals of every grade and
! di bign.
j Miss Bradfieid's.
i tine of tiie most brilliant and fuic-
j ei .- .;.il of the fall openings wau iiiat
en lueboay ai Lern.xm aiel evening oi
Mi.M Erudfui lat iiooie's. Miss lirad-
luld had a snlendid and gorgeoin
showing of tiio sea.ion's best models.
tlint if i t j i ?s s i i fi- (iv.-i-v -l:ii ftf
wear tailored and semi-dress and
dress A number of model and pattern
bats from New York were displayed.
One that seemed to met with especial
fi.vor and elicited an unusual amount
of admliation w a lather unique
shape in rich black velvet trimmr'u
with an exquisite bird of Paradise.
This hat was one of the most costly
brought to C'bickasha and was sold by
Miss Dradfield on the day of the open
ing. Another creation of striking
beauty was of black veloiir with un-
derlining of turpoise blue trimmed in
black airgrettes and cascade of tur-
quoise plumes. In the smaller shapes
the poke seems a favorite.
At the Bon Ton
At the Hon Ton Thursday was
"Opening Day" and Countless pretty
models were shown. Among the small
ishapca the Tango and the Sweetheart
nir-t w ith most favor. Handsome crea-
tions In blues blacks nnd burnt onuu'e
and rich velvets plushes ami ttie like
trimmed in French plumes slender
feathers darting out ft tangenis large
signle roses in fact almost any styl-s
one could imagine tbo hats this season
have a two fold character they must
be becoming and they must be unlik"
anybody else's At the Don Ton on
A MODERN SOCIETY DRAMA
prepared to supply the wants of the
people than the Eagle. Not a store
that shows a larger line offers better
service shows more up-to-date mer-
chandise with higher quality and
not one that will appreciate your
trade more and make you better
prices than the Eagle. We want
Extra Special on Ladies Coats and Suits
Saturday and Monday
Don't fail to see the them forty new ones COME TODAY.
Thursday a handsome model was raf-
fled off. The fortunate lady was Mrs.
D. C. Berry and the number winning
the hat was 8'!
The People's Store.
Never has any store shown up to
greater advantage than did the Peo-
ple's store on the occasion of their fall
opening. The immense variety of
goods displayed added much to tiie
pleasure of the crowd that all day and
evening thronged the store. The mil-
I linery section which is a new feature.
added this year was especially attrac-
tive. Velvet bats in midnights hlue
"tete de negro" and the ametystim;
miades hold full sway and black silk
plush and velvet hats by (lecrgos He
boux and a dozen other well r.nown
French makers give tbo sign and stal
of correctness in imported styles.
Other hats by American designers are
as pleasing as the French creations.
The windows of the store were espec-
ially attractive suits dresses and
(veiling gowns of the latest styles be-
ing displayed the exhibition of wo-
men's ready-to-wear gorrls being very
Mrs'' Baldwin. )
.Mrs. Bertha Baldwin and her able
assistants welcomed over three hun-
dred of Ohickasiri's ladies at her mil-
linery opening Wednesday evening
The parlors were very attractive es-
pecially the French room which is a
new feature of the establishment. The
window display was beautiful and
handsome pearl hat pins were given
as souvenirs. All ibe newest and most
attractive "creations'' were shown
Mrs. Baldwin's stock offering a wble
To sum of the whole story Chick-
asha is indeed richly bb'ssed in tli
way of first class millinery shops and
one need not consider the purchasing
o'. the fall ami winter bat an irksome
task to be Koue through with. On the
contrary with tbo handsome and up-to-date
line which the C'bickasha millin-
ers are offering the duty becomes a
pleasure and a joy
All Items for publication In
the society columns of the Ei-
press Saturday n:ast be report-
ed to the society editor phone
75) before Friday noon ex-
cept in case of events occur-
ring Friday afternoon or Fri-
fiv pvcrt!r. vlch ir.tty b re-
ported enrly Saturday morning.
This is not an arbitrary rule
but is imid necessary by me-
chanical requirement in tbe
Please note this rule carefully
and remember that It 1 In
force each woek.
Want Art hrmo riilt.
Of The Town
Kansas seed rye and alfalfa seed at
Freeman & Son's. 9-20-31
Motorod to Anadarko.
The following party or young people
motored to Anadarko Friday afternoon
for a "h'.rt vtt.it : Misses Lurez Me-
Iiae Eugene and Lulu White and Mes-
srs. Eugene Latioone and James trig-
You can get seed rye now from Free-
man & Son. !-3U-3t
Dr. AVm. McKenzie who during t L ;'
absence of Dr. William:; has been look-
ing after his practice was quietly mar-
lied yesterday afternoon at the Pres-
byterian manse to Miss Barbara
Sringer. Boiti bride and groom are
well known in Chickasha aud they will
remain here for a couple of weeks and
they will go to Apache where Dr. Mc-
Kenzie has a good practice to make
their future' home.
Health in Lydk
merit 'tiich t'aur.
1 M.t'li'cr trouble nnc
I v:n so miserable
1 didn't know what
to do. I suffered
from bearing down
pains my eyes hurt
me I was nervou?
diazy and irregular
arl had female
weakness. I spent
money on doctors
but pot worse all
"A friend told me
about the Pinkhum remedies ami I took
Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound and was cured. I cannot praise
your remedies enough for 1 know I never
would have been well if I had not taken
it. "-Miss Mary A. Horner Route
No. 2 Box 41 Windom Kansas.
Consider Well T!h Advice.
No woman fiufl'ering from any form
female troubier. she
:hc has given Lv
:t! l lose hope un
... Li. I ..... .lil.il S
Tliis lamou-i rem-. -iy the medicinel in
prcdicnts of v.liich are derived from
r.ativo roota artl berbs htvs for nearly
forty vearS r.-cved to bo a most valua
ble toi.ic aid invigorator of tho fe-
mala orrrar.tsra. Women everywhere
bear willing t'.-Etimony to the wonderful
virtue c.f lyu'a C. I'ir.khatn's Veguta-
!f yo'i rn! swcfnl ncVIje irrHe io
l.ydia V. rin!lNi:n .tiedicl'.ic C;. tea::?!-
ileniin'i! I.-a:i :;1:!ns. 'nr letter vii'.l
If :'t-:-"i! rcn;l r.'id .n.svt Ji'.d by a
tvoinau end !:cM iti slri.'t ctuitict'c
A VITAGRAPi I NUF SED
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C riht 1913 TU II. BUli Co.
Cupni(:lit 1913 The II.
Former Chickasha Girl a Bride.
A marriage that will be or interest
to Chickasha people was that of Miss
Mamee Payne and Mr. El Bond Cullin
of Aanarko which occurred last
Thursday in that city Mrs. Cullin was
a former Chickasha fcii'I having at-
tended the hih school here.
Plenty of good seed rye at Freeman
& Son's. 9-20-St
Reunion Best Ever.
Capt. J. S. Downs and Cant. Jack
Hale have returned from the I. C. V.
reunion at Muskogee and are loud in
I heir praises of the hospitality of that
city. "It was the best reunion I ever
attended" said the former. "There
was more real enjoyment than we
have had at any other place and every-
body seemed eager to lend a helping
I hand to the veterans.'"-
Mrs J. A. Alexander will demon-
strate the pure aluminum ware at
Bute & Wallace's store Monday Sep-
WANTED Cotton pickers to pick
100 acres cotton; house furnished;
stove and good water; 51.011 per hun-
dred pounds. See II. K. Shall two
miles south knitting mill and one half
mile east or see my son in Cole's bar-
Hot chocolate and "spanked" cre.am
from the finest fountain in Oklahoma.
Owl fountain. 9-20-3t
rin torn e'a Wtm ragi U tft
Irprtf efflc it ci. HibcO tiih
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The advance showing and Sale of Fall Season
Dry Goods and Novelties begins TODAY. Every
kind of merchandise required for the Fall Sea-
son will I e found in great abundauce through-
out the Kress Store. Quality has always been
the f"-st consideration. Kress prices are stan-
dard aud need no further comment
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We make the best there is in h'.
chocolate. Owl soda fountain 9-20--j
Eeeta as Fertilizer. f
An explanation of the Improvemei:
of European agriculture in receij
years has been Bought and In Ge.
many it is attributed to soil stiniul.
tl c from beet culture. From t!
books of eight scattered estates wb.es
beets have been grown for sugar D .
Lilienthal finds an increase in tb
yield of wheat of 5.35 bushels p ;
acre; rye 1.59; barley C.51 and bat
5.77. cattle have increased and tfc
net income has been raised by
high as 79 per cent.
Church Articles Long Hidden
A secret chamber was found by'
workmen while engaged in the belfry:
of St. Sampson's church Guernsey '
the Channel islands containing a high!
altar candlesticks and the base of'
a censer. It. Is presumed that the ar ;
tides were hidden at the time of the;
reformation and have remained there
over 300 years.
Tower's Fish Brand
Reflex Slicker J
JUST THE COAT FOR DRIVING
WHEN IT RAINS
Face any atorm in it and you'll return Dry an
a bone'. No water can reach you even I
through the opening between the button f
that'a where our famous Reflex Eilgca pso- 1
tect you by keeping out every drop. 'j.
Rocmy comfortable and to well made tliat it V
gives the longest service. W
At your dealer'. or sent prepaid on receipt j;
of price. Send for cat&lug of fiih Brand gooda.
A. J. TOWFR CO.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 225, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 20, 1913, newspaper, September 20, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732982/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.