Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 74, Ed. 1 Monday, March 28, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASIIA OKLAHOMA.
Clearing Out All Remaining
Women's and Young Women's Spring Suits
COSTS YOU NOTHING
Anyone Can Win at Least One of These De-
We and the manufacturers of whom we purchase piano:. be-
lieve that the enormous sums of money spent in magazine
advertising would be deeply appreciated if divided among
piano buyers. The manufacturers have therefore agreed to
allow us a large sum to be used as stated above.
Can You Solve It?
iimi m wmwii mm iinr.it alia
We represent manufacturers of the very highest grade
pianos. Let us send you a complete list of the pianos we
handle or call and inspect them. New high grade pianos
from $225 up. We want you to get better acquainted with
our house and methods. To accomplish ibis we have decided
to give away many highly valuable prizes.
Read This Carefully. Every-
one Sending an Answer
will Receive a Prize
The first twenty-five correct answers "will rective first prize
which consists of a $100 bond good for any new piano in the
store. The next correct answers will each receive a second
prize which consists of a $75.00 bond good 011 the purchase
of any new piano in our store. The next nearest answers
will each receive a third prize which consists of a $50.00
bond' good on any new piano In our store. The next near-
est answers will each receive a fourth prize which consists of
a $35-oo bond good on any piano in our house.
We absolutely guarantee the prices of our pianos to be as low
as the same pianos could be bought anywhere in the country
and we will give anyone $1000 to show where we have raised
the regular price of any piano we handle out of thirty-two
different makes. Remember we are the oldest music bouse
in Oklahoma and carry the largest and best line of pianos
from the leading factories of the world.
A child can buy at our store as well as a grown person as
every piano will be marked in plain figures. One price to all.
Don't forget this is your greatest opportunity to get a valua-
ble piizs during the contest.
Every one answering gets a beautiful picture free.
Chickering & Son Emerson H. M. Ca-
ble Marshall & Wendell Kohler &
Campbell Cable & Nelson Carl Krell
Royal and 22 other makes to select
from. The worlds best pianos.
Contest Closes Monday.
March 28. Bring or mail
your answer at once to
a til lily 11 li I; 1 i J 1
"The House of Quality
119 North Third. Chickasha Okla.
On..- N.nii.1 v i'l'.'-i. oni'.c.
Famous Actor Opens
W. Bin tier more porjulurlv
to the theater-goers as "Big
Bill Bittner" will play an engagement
i;: Chickasha of six nights at the New
btar Theater commencing .Monday
March 28 with his company of seven-
teen clever and versatile people in-
iludiug the well known and talented
De Noe ladles' orchestra. Big Bill
BiUner has snared neither time or to
ma1;e his company one of the best on
the road and the fact that they come
to Chic-kasha direct from engagement
of fourteen weeks at Oklahoma City
where they have been playing to big i
business and giving the best of satis-
faction speaks for itself. This com-
pany can its all of its ow n scenery and j e
t let t rivat effects so as to make each j!
production complete in every detail j
The opening play is an entirely new ;
die entitled "Amice the Circus Girl"
i very pretty comedy drama and a
i lay that can only be seen with the
Big Bill Bittner company. Mr. Bitt-
ner and company will also appear dur-
ing the week in the plays of "At Crip-
I !e Creek" "Piney Ridge" "A Bagged
Hero" "The Squaw Man" "The In
surance Agent and otners. jiarry ;
Clifton who resides in Chickasha is
the manager of the Big Bill Bitnerrij
Company. j f
"Big Bill" Bittner and his company
airivid in the city this morning. The
nia;i;.iers of the New Sh'r iibsolmel'.'
guarantee this attraction. If you are
iiOt i-atisfied jour money will be re-t.imUd.
If you are going away for the summer you'll need a new Spring
Suit. Here is your opportunity to save money. All this seasons
new aDoroved stvles in "LaVogue" Suits. The name is sufficient
evidence of reliable materials make and fit.
Womens and Yvung Women's Spring Suits of good wool materials.
Colors black blue tan and green. Regular $17.50 value. Sale price each . .
$25 La Vogue Suits $1 7.50. You know the materials and make of La Vogue buits are the best
to be be had so we are not going into detail on this subject. The styles are this seasons latest
The linings are guaranteed for two seasons wear. Regular $25 Suits this week . . . .$17.50
Assorted lot Ladies' Figured Lawn and
Percale Shirt Waists. Tuesday ROp
and Wednesday each Jvlw
Ladies' Black Gauze Stockings double
soles heels and toes. 1 C
Pair I 3U
Gold Inlaid and Jeweled Duck Combs
75c value-Tuesday and Wednesday .Qq
Infants' 50c Straw Caps Tuesday and
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As it is the custom of Joe' Shelby
Camp of United Confederate Veter-
ans to hold annual love feast once
a year and as the time has now ar-
rived for this pleasure of meetiug to-
gether to clasp the hands of friend-
ship brotherly love and affection I
t.s commander of Joe Shelby Camp do
set apart Saturday the 2nd day of
April to meet at the city hall at 10
o'clock a. m. for a recreation of fes-
A large assortment of Campbell's
Stains and Floor Finishes have just
been received by liuie & Wallace.
Theie stains are unequalled for stain-
ii.g and varnishing furniture and inte-
rior wood work. The floor finish is
very durable and suitable for all floors.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
block 181 Chick-1
Ask for color card. :
Guthrie Okla. March M The Car-
YEARTA MADE RAID. j 0 act fixing the terms of district
courts throughout' the state passed
Uiideisheriff Yearta made a raid on i timing the special legislative session
a house at 110 Idaho avenue last night J tlK approved by Governor Haskell last
nrresiing two men and two women for I Friday will not take effect under spe-
tivlty of such nature that it will be aj immoral conduct. All of them paid tia terms of the emergency clause mi-
day of social inspiration to all en-
paged. Some of the best talent of
fines to Judge Moore.
Oklahoma will be here to addresss (.he
All Confederates their wives sons
and daughters are cordially invited
ic meet with the camp with-well- fill-
ed baskets of such viands that would
suit the palates of kings and potentates.
And we extend a special invitation;
i to the Daughters of the Confederacy j
i 1c lead out in this procession. Make;
t Saturday the 2nd day of April the!
I banner day of lftlO for Chickasha and j
' tor Joe Shelby Camp. I
; h. C. LINX ;
J. D. VANCE i
; G. G. BUCHANAN j
' . Committee. 1
"So the bride and groom especially
requested their friends not to throw
rice after them?"
"Yes. They asked us to hand the
rice over in a package so that it could
be used when they go to housekeeping."
A Liberal Offer
Dr. Cook Shows Up
i in New Jersey
New York March '8. Dr. Frederick
A. Cook is. according to the latest ru-
mor at the home of his wife's sister
Mrs. Hnry Harvey at Fensauken
Camden county. New Jersey.
Friends of the doctor declined to
commit themselves last night as to his
whereabouts. Captain It. 8. Osbun a
Muunth supporter went so far as to
say that the explorer would be in New
York within a few days. Mrs. Cook
s.iiit Osbun would come first to se-
lect apart ments.
Fully nine out of every teu cases of
rheumatism is simpiy rheumatism
the muscles due to cold or damp or
chronic rheumatism neither of which
require any internal treatment. All
that is needed to afford relief the
! free application of Chamberlain's Lin;-
j ment. " Give it a trial. Your are ccr-
i tain to be pleased with the quick relief
'which it affords. Sold by all dealers.
MEDICAL SOCIETY WILU
MEET FRIDAY EVENING
The G.iHly County Medical Society
will meet on Friday night of this week
In the olfkes of Dr. K. J. Haze. I'a-p-.-rs
will be read by Dr. 1). B. Owei of
Milieu ii iid Dr. William if. Cook cf this
ejjy. Tht re Is important luiNiuc'i-s to
come bctore the society and every
member ta urged to be present.
We Guarantee to Cure
I Dyspepsia. If We Fail
the Medicine Costs j
I To tttiuestioiiably prove to I lie 1
1 people tlidt indigestion and dys- i
! pfp-ia c:m lie permanently re- j
; iie.ed ti at that Uc-xall Dy.-pepsin ;
Talilcts will' bring about this re- I
s:tJt v.e will furui'sh the incdieine j
1 absclutoly free if it fails to give j
I sati-l'action lo any one using it. I
I The remarkable Mieees of Re.Nall
: 1 '.-pepr.i;i Tablets is thie to t he liijjh j
j dctiree A .stient ilie skill used in'
j i -in their formula as we'll as to j
! tlr.' tare exercised in their manu- j
' fact tire whereliv the well known j
properties of UiMiiuth-Subnitratc I
i ;aid I'ej)-in have been combined
i with Carminatives and other agents j
i'i.-: Hint ti-Stibmt rate and l'epsiu
are foti-i ant ly employed and reebg-
I hi.:etl by 1 he entire medical pro-'
: i"e itni as iuvaluubit: in the treat-:
iiieiit of iinligestioii and dytijxjpsia. j
i The I'ep'-in itsetl in llcxall Uys-
t pt-p-ia Tablets; is prepared by a ;
pftifc- which develop its great- '
( e-l ellii-ieiicx'. lesin sutiidies 1
j to the die-tive apparatus one; of j
the most important eit-nit-nt s of I lie '
ie-fixe lluid. and without if the
die-tioii and iissiiniiat ion of food j
Me impo'-iiblc. f
The e.-ii'ininal i es .iossess proper- j
ti-: which aii in relievini: the ii.-- i
t ::iiiaiice-' and tuiin caustidby iin- ;
i !i'!('-t food. This pelleel cotll-
! ; :i;C it i! i ol'llic.: ilivre'lienls niakes
u remedy invaluable for the com-
plete relief of indigestion and dvs-
til April 1. The new law neither af-
fects previous orders made by the
H-.prerne court nor prevents spcial
terms being fixed by the resident
ji'dge of the district or by the supreme
court. In the first instance however
publication of a special notice twice
in a weekly newspaper Is required.
Time for convening the regular terms
is fixed on the first Monday of the
For the Fifteenth judicial district
presided over by Judge Frank M. Bal-
iey the terms are fixed as follows:
Caddo February May and Septem-
i . 1.- T. ln QnI
ler; Jefferson March and December; I
Stephens April and November.
March 23 1910.
John I'. Woraack and wife to Win.;
! W. Womack 3-2:M0 $2000. lot 4 and:
I toiith 2.") feet of lot
i:. Woohidge to Kutie and imu ; .
(-Hj-O! $1. lots C. T. 8 9 and 10 block;
10 Chickasha. '! Mukog-e. Okla. March 2S.-A muv e-
K. C llurton and wire to E. Craig: ment for an international congress of
:;-2M0 $3000 part of lot 10 block 4 1 Indians to be hel.I in .MuskoKtUie
Chickasha. " ! hitter' part of Jmi.: w JU' SSai'tt .t hre
Mabel Crow and husband to Jacob i a'u. day by a number of prominent
Indians backed by a local commercial
ci'.tb. Within thirty days U is proba-
ble that Cue chiefs of the five civilized
M-lt $110 NW NE NE '
March 25 1910.
j Maud Turnbull and husband to T. T.
I Johnton 3-24-10 $2300 Etj EVi NE;
i SW SW NE 33; N'i NW. Stf-10-7.
! Dwight Frazier to Chas. S. .Lynch.
2-8-10. $1073 NVa SK. 24-!)-7 lot 3 sec
! tiou 19-St-C.
liob Jackson guardian to S. A. Ap-
: !e and Wirt Franklin 2-it-10. $1... 2.
JSW NW .NE 2 4-8-7 and land In other
f. 11. Cainpbt'll to S. S. Maiipin and
J. S. Mullen. 3-22-10. $1. EVi SK SW;
Ni NW NE SW; NE !"W SW 17-!-7. fcether.
Hobert L. Clover and wife to Win.
w o..1 Unliettn Stei.hHiis. 3 L'li-lO. i3 - : COOD
tjt0. SW ""iH)-b.
iribes will join in a call ae.d extend
invitations to all tribes of ArneMcan
Indians'. The 'object Is to show wha.
tun be accomidlshetl by educating and
dVilizlng the Indians. The educated
Indians of the five tribes will undc--tnke
to instruct Indians of other tribes
It is planned to have these UeiiMnci
closely with the national ailuiinis' e i-
tion co-Ojeratf in the plan. The plan
will not trkf tu-iinite ftlllll lUllil U.i
ibiets of the Okhihtniia t j !"
.SHOPPING AT HOME.
We are so certain of this tlft sc
!;; you to try Ucxall Dycjxtphiu
Tablets on our own por-onnl guaran-
tee. Three .-ic cents. oO cents
:nd Sl.MO. llemeiuber ou. eon
o1 ! ; i i:t:.-ill 'e medics only at
'I ii". (bwall rtuie.
II. J. BR0W1IS0IT
"This office is getting well stocked M
t with Easier cards and parties to
i whom they are addressed will have
forgotten about Easter before they
j tet tl'.em as tliey will have to rend us
' the postage due on them before the.v
.van be sent to them." said1 Postmaster
j Itose ties morning
j "It seems that people will never
: learn that a card inclosed in an cn-
j veloiie with writing on the tnnl will
f not go for oiie cent even if It is no!
; "Cards inclosed iiv an euvi lope and
I not sealet? and with no writing on
I i hem exctpt the address will ko Ur:
' one cent postasu.
' "Cards with tinseled letters or flow-
i ers will go only in an env eiupe as
they are non-mailable ; if no wriiiiif;
! ext')it the address they go f'r one
! cent; If iny other writing two reins.
"If the people sending thee cards
would sign them we could then gie
l hell: iipecial lust rut I ions rt-cattlittg
J p'ntage vbeii net:essary and return
I 'liein to sender In le.-s time 'ban It
I tal;e to utility tile party luldrt-a.etl."
J. H. FREEMAN
Chickasha Coal Grain and Bottling Company
418 to 424 Choctaw Avenue
To our customers and prospective customers we can supply
all yutir wants in the Seed Feed and Fuel line. As below
you will find a list of what we have or phone
We Assure You Prompt Delivery
Just Received a Shipment of Seed
Corn and Alfalfa Seed
m m m 1 ft In"
Cotton Seed Meal
Mixed Chicken I'Vcd
Are you frcpient'iy bourne? Ito y on
have that liinioying tlckiinj' In jour
throat? I)oe your cout'h auntiy you
at nljilit and do jdii rtil.'ie linnou in
tin' uioriiiiiv:? lo juu warn r lift 1 If-
so 1;il U:i in Itt-ii-i t n'fi f 'iiiti-.li i;-!i" fiy
I an 'I you will lie pie.ei'd. eeld by nil!
tlcAlestcr Lump Nut and Carfconettcd
Sawed and by the Cord
Crushed Rock Salt
Full Line of Dr. LcGear's Stock Remedies
We are also exclusive bi(t ler:s of Ur. IVi'per .ler.-ey Creine.
('uf) Cola Iroulnew Ttwato ynd Lol;i
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 74, Ed. 1 Monday, March 28, 1910, newspaper, March 28, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732999/m1/2/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.