Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 286, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 4, 1917 Page: 4 of 6
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(Ml I OK A SKA DaILY EXPRESS CHICK AS HA OKLAHOMA
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A 4 Pom $unnsttintis Negligees Silk Kimonas
V --r Bath i0i)CSf silk Untler-
0 garments Silk Hose Suits Coats Dresses Skirts
D and Blouses any of these would make a sane gift.
f Come in and let your eyes give proof
to our claim
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DR. 0. S. MINNETTE
Difficult Cases a Specialty
82S Minn1 Ave. Phone 1123
At store $1.15 per bu.
White Beans 12 l-2c lb
lied beans 10c lb
It will pay you to et our
prices on all groceries.
J. L Hill Propr. Phone 22
Can's Optical Varlor
423 CillCKASHA AVE.
Material as w ell as
" service guaranteed
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Well Serve 1-You'll Feel
at Home at
FRED'S CHOP HOUSE
It's a Good Place to Eat
5th and Chickasha Avenue
Open till 0 p. m.
B-ing niado in Good Desirable. Prov-
en Oil Leases in Shallow
BURK BURNETTE FIELD
5000 acres now lified.
Write wire or call personally
WichlU Falls Texas.
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of real values.
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You inspect our
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i lection w e will both be
No trouble to show goods.
J. W. Owsley
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We ARfi CAREFUL
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WE PAY FULL VALUE
For Your OIJ Clothes and Shoes
City BARGAIN House
215 Chitkasha Ave. Phone 321.
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OCKESTtR S PILLS
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If you doa't think we
have it phone us an or-
der and let us show you.
Oysters Every Day.
Fish For Friday.
CITY MEAT MARKET
116 South 3rd Street.
H.UlIMi .VOVISfi :: CKATlXti
AND STORAGE COMPANY
Pheae 1434. 218 Chickasha Ae.
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NOW IS THE
TIME TO DO
Ca '& Qi & & &
IVm't fall to siv
Mrs. Jiilui Fcclcy of Alt'X was hv
itin fi'iciMlti in I his tit y yestfr
(iravi'i of W I'd iMi was licro
nfli'r liusini'SH mailers vi'Hti'f-
.Ma T .tiu T)utin of Ltivorty wus
hliopiiiiiit wild locnl iniMcliiiiits liore
Mr. nml Mrs. Chnrlos Johnson of
.Mliico wrro here sli o jijii ti k with local
A. A. l'iMry of Alex was a business
visitor licro ycslcniiiy antl iissistud in
flt'ikiiiK tlio first Monday sale.
Mrs. Arch Moore nntl son Wallace
of Port Arthur Texas nro here this
week visiting friends and relatives.
J. It. KuKterwood of rurcell arriv-
ed yesterday antl will spend a few
days visitiiiK with friends and altend-
iiiK to business matters.
Heartburn is a symptom of Indiges-
tion. Take a. dose of HKKHINE in
such cases. The pain disappears in-
stantly. The bowels operate speedily
and you feel fine vigorous and cheer
ful. Price. T)0e. Sold by Wren Drug
Prof. L. C. Myers of Walters and
Miss Lura Weathers also of Walters
returned to their homes yesterday af-
ter spending the week end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. U. II. ('. John-
son. Surgeons agree that in cases of
Cuts Hums Bruises and Wounds
the KH1ST TREATMENT is most im-
portant. When an EFFICIENT anti-
septic is applied promptly there is
no danger of infection and the wound
begins to heal at once. For use on
man or beast 1IOKOZONE is the
IDEAL ANTISEPTIC; and HEALlNti
AGENT. Ituy. it now and be ready
for an emergency. Price 'jrc Mtc.
SI.Imi ni(l ?l.ril. Sold by Wren Drug
Our lunch room is filled each day
with people who get. a light hot. sat-
isfying lunch. Tbe line of pastry is
very large as we have these made in
our own bakery. Four soups each
day not tlio canned kind but our
own made fresh every day.
A variety of sandwiches made with
any kind ot bread you choose and
good coffee that lias done more ad-
vertising for us than anything else
we ever served.
(Ve represent Lownoy's
Voice on t lie Wire. Kozy today. It
Van (.'(Uiip'B red kidn.y beans Just
In Km: jut tan ut Tignor's. 4-Jl
Duve IIII1 left th morning for Ok-
lahoma City on business.
Seo tills wonderful picture at Sugg
tomorrow. "Slacker." It
To loan 27r( on good close in real
estate. Lour time easy payments.
Call ut 12UU S. iHh St. S-I'.t
II. K. Whisler of Verden was visit-
ing friends here yesterday.
Van Camp's pumpkin per can Lie
at Tiguor's. -1-t
Watch Voice on the Wire. Kozy to
Rov. K. H. Fait of Anadarko is re -
ported to be seriously ill.
Van Camp's pork and beans ut Tig-
nor's. Lie and 2Uc peican. 4-2t
Large usMortmeut of percale and
gingham pieces for otiiltlngs for sale
ut the Oarment Factory 124 N. Third
street. . -i .
W. K. Lokey of Walters was at-
tending to business here yesterday.
Positively "The Slacker' will be
shown nt the Sugg tomorrow. . It
Life of wheat ut 'Pignut's 17'ie per
Wren teed. Cough Syrup Is pleasant
to the taste and particularly adapted
to children; tends to relieve conges
tion very reliable in hoarse antl
rroupv conditions. Wren drug store.
Double Crossed ever get it? See
Wm. S. Hart Kozy today. It
We have a large line of Griffin's
pocket knives worth from $1 to $2.
Take your choice for $t while they
last. "Wren's drug store. 4-St
Don't get a "busted" radiator or en-
gine. Use alcohol or anti-freeze. For
bale by Barton Bros. Phone 7S.
' ' 3-3t
You can reduce the cost of Christ-
mas by saving' our coupons given
fiee with every purchase. Wren's.
if ' J
Enter contest. If .10; free to any per-
son over 10 years. Call or write 104
First National -bank' ltldg. for partic-
ulars. Enter ' contest today. You
may win. 4"4t
See "The Slacker" tomorrow at the
Sugg also "Gray Ghost" and come-
dy. Mrs. Joe Baum returned yesterday
from Purcell where she had been for
the past few days visiting with
There !s riere Catarrh In this section
ot tlio country than all other diseases
put together and ttiV years it was sup-
eoaotl to lie incurable. Dot tors presenile 1
local remedies unit by .omtantly failing
to cu.e with local treatment pronounced
it lneuwibl-. Cut.-rii la a. local diseuse
grfatly Influenced liy constitutional on-
Uitlons ami Uiorit'ere requaca constitu-
tional -tri'dttti.-nt. It; H':i Catarrh Medi-
cine nutrmi'.u ! ir dl by l- J. Cheney &
CO. 'i O'l'V.e l.llilO IS tl I'tinytitLUiOlldl
rented'.- is t.Uen intcrnr 11 and nets
thru l.".o t;!oe. on the Miicottn Surfaces
of the Sy e. ni. una Hund 'ed Dollars re-
Ward is offer. 'd fur any c isa tluit Hall's
f.'titai rh .Me.!1 ine tm Is to cure. Send for
ciu'Ularx an! tesiiironials
F. J. CHUNKY CO. Toledo Ohio.
f-'old bv UrunristH V5c.
Hall's i'uinily i'iihi lor constipation.
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The Germ of LaGrippe Produces
a Very Vital Poison
The grippe poison is deadly to the life-fciving cells
of the blood. For this reason it destroys one's vital-
ity verv rapidly.
A neglected cough or cold often leads to a c?te of
LaGrippe. - jerei'ore grippe should be treated
promptly whenthe first symptoms are noticed.
A. D. S. Grippe Tablets
are safe and reliable. They will soon overcome an
attack of grippe tonsolitis and all similar ailireiits.
It relieves ache3 and fevers very promptly. Keep
this remedv on hand during the winter season ana
use it to ward off colds
runners of more serions
The Ow) Drug Store
Phones 126 and 1243:
Kub Musterole on Forehead
A headache remedy without tbe dan-
gers of "headache medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling from
colds or cong": lion. And it acts at once !
Musterole is a clean while ointment
i.mde with oil of mustard. Better than a
nnwtard plaster and does not blister.
Used only externally and in no way t an
it affect stomach and heart 3 some in-
terna! medicines do.
Excellent for sore throat bronchitis
croup stilt neck asthma neuralgia con-lie-ition
pleurisy rheumatism lumbago
ail pains and aches ot the back or joints
iprains sore muscles bruises chilblains
ii osted feet colds of the cheat (it olicn
30c and 60c jars; hospital size 12.50
Wm. S. Hart
in "Double Crossed
Miss Pat Neely is visiting with
H i friends In Oklahoma City for a few
; l"'t Ret a "busted" radiator or en-
gine. I'se alcohol or anti-freeze. For
salt; by Barton Bros. Phone 78.
If yon want relief from that cold
try Wrenteed Laxative Cold Tablets.
Wren's in business for your health.
. Mr and Mrs. A. B. Cole of Minco
wero visiting friends and relatives
here yesterday. .. . .
Don't get a "busted" radiator or en-
gine. I'se alcohol or anti-freeze. For
sale by Barton Bros. Phone 78.
.1. K. Harris of Cement was visiting
with old friends here for a few hours
X X William S. Hart In Double
Crossed Kozy today. It
Our store is open evenings. Come
in and enjoy a concert by your favor-
ite artists on the SOXOUA the high-
est class talking machine in the
world. Lubman's. 4-3t
Get the other's prices then come
and get your groceries. We got them
all skinned. Burns' Grocery. 4th and
Chickasha Cfmip No. B4 W. O. W.
will elect officers Thursday night and
a good attendance is desired. W. L.
Pipkin C. C. 4-3t
When you receive in the mail
Christmas morning a greeting from
some friend you will be ashamed that
you had not even thought of that
friend. Attend to that matter now
and get your order in before it is too
lute. After December St li no orders
will be taken J.ubman's. 4-31
Deep-seatud coiigiis that resist ordi-
nary remedies require both external
and internal treatment. If you buy a
dollar bottle of BALLARD'S HORE-
HOUXD SYRUP you get the two
remedies you need for the price of
one. There is a DERRICK'S RED
PEPPER POROUS PLASTER for
the chest free with each bottle. Sold
by Wren Drug Co. d2t-"Vlt
Frivato lessons by term or month.
Special coach lessons $1.00 each.
Special public speaking class for
high school boys only will be organ-
ized If desired for Saturday mornings
from 8 tJ 9.
Studio 1308 S. "th street. Phone 542.
MRS. A. B. MORGAN
(Jfader) and Teacher of Expression
W . to te r te.
F.Y V i V V-4
which are usually the fore
J: rice Joe.
DRrVEi AWAY HEADACH
r $ !
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You Will Be Won Over to These
ss soon as you see tlicm because they are so pretty
and they follow those
making kimonos so unusually attractive mis
The qualities of fabrics arc very good in all
the finest colors ana most attractive patterns.
SEE THESE ESPECIALLY
Kimono tif- cotton crepe
trimmed with white cord. Col-
ors light blue dark blue pink
and. gray at
Japanese model of Jap clolh
girdle of same tualerial lurge
sleeves at ' ''' '' ' -
SAY HAD YOU THOUGHT ABOUT
How much more lumber a $140.00 bale of
cotton would buy now than a $40 bale' of cotton
would buy in 1914.
Put Your Surplus Into Improvements.
STEPHENSON-BROWNE LUMBER CO.
Phone 37. .Second and Choctaw.
TIME TO INSURE
J. T. OWSLEY
412-13 Fint National Bank Buiirtiajf.
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S. C. DURBIN
207 New Tye Buildinj
r ooi.niNfj Kt.vtK
HOLDING & HERR
Uooms 09 eri.i 210 Tye Kidj.
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Reford Bend. A!?cr MeUo
Bona. Lieiicn fl tlzVzi
becoming styles that are
Made of fine crepe largo col-
lar silk trimmed elastic at
waist colors light blue dark
blue gray lavender at
style of crepe
blue pink anil gray
I' hone 213
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DR. J.C. AMERISTER
l-.iile 210 First National llanl; lllilg
office Phone IS?.. Re. SS!)
M. CORYELL M. D.
Office at Residence 17th
Mrs' Peter Ismcrr Prop.
Hot and ColJ Water Baths
422y2 Chickasha Ave.
Chickasha Okla. Phone 89
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 286, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 4, 1917, newspaper, December 4, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733100/m1/4/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.