Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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BRIEF BITS OF
I SATURDAY CHILDREN'S DAY. !
Children's coats capes dresses
' hi'.l.i caps and stockings a: special rc-j
(liu iioiiH for Katuulay. The Banner
I Store IP Chlckiishu avenue.
All trimmed bats In Morgan &
(Jrlbi'a millinery depart ment will sell
below cost Saturday ami next week.
Mtiil.li til ..jt. --. irm
J. II. Abercroiiibie leaves tonicht for i
New V'ork City to bo present at aj
: meeting of the German-American Co!'-I
j fee Company of which he is one cfj
j the directors. Jle will go by way of
i On.aha and Chicago w here he w ill J
i look after business Intercuts.
J'lant your garden seed with a Plan-
et. Jr. Planter. J. I J. Far ring ton n Seed
Mrs. Fred M. Frey spent yesterday
in Oklahoma t'ily.
Hex .'icJehee. tlie .Vyear-old win
Carol Mctiehee 1 better alter a
vere attack of mein'lii anous croup.
I-et us tjll your prescription. The!
Model. " 6 2yd-1 J
tiuail coffee at Powers'
Phone l.'iii. i
1 Hays of Ada a Chickasasv
Is in the city on land business
at Towers' two
II. Beard Is reported HI at the home
of his Bister Mrs. A. C. Jaekman.
Phone 273 Brodic's Photo Studio.
j Juist received another shipment ofj
i holes' long black coats $3.98. The)
i Banner Store 410 Chickasha avenue
Ada litter of
grocer has return
Nashville and St
I Seed outs for sale In either large
! or a mail quantities at J. K. Farrlng-
j ton's Seed J louse. 1 2-G t
J I). Vance w as In Kl lluio on bust-j
In ss yesterday.
doing going not quite gone! I'oul-!
tryiuen come for free copy Conkey's
rOc Poultry Book. Owl Drug Store i
ONLY A FEW MORE." LEFT. '
Five dollar black silk petticoats
'.yx; $7.50 black and colored silk pet-i
i ticoats $3.98; $8.50 silk petticoats. I
j The Banner Store 410 Chleku-i
I sha avenue. lU-2t!
Mrs. Fred Schuler has returned to
her home in Denizen Iowa after a'
three weeks' visit with her son. A.'
Get H at llrowusuns Drug
SI ore. f
PANICS PUQLIC AND PRIVATE
FIND THE MAN WITH A SAVINGS
ACCOUNT EVER READY TO MEET
IT IS A WISE MAN WHO GIVES
THOUGHT TO THE FUTURE AND
INCREASES HIS SAVINGS BEFORE
HIS EARNING CAPACITY DE-
CREASES. START AN ACCOUNT AND SEE
WHAT PEACE AND COMFORT GO
Chickasha National Rank
I). B. .Newiands w ho has been sick I
several days remains quite ill. j ' .... ... .....
. .dr. and . Mrs. It. I. Clavton from
Kentucky were Chickasha visitors to
Chamberlain's Cough llemedy never ; day en route to Duncan w here they !
disappoints those who use it for obsti- j wiu I11!lUe their future home. I
Downy returned jester ! unto coughs colds and irritations of
All trimmed ban 111 .Morgan &
jfliild's millinery department will sell
j below cost Saturday and next week.
short visit In Oklahoma
Fine California celery at
1 2-2 1.
the throat und lungs. It stands unri-1 See the new Peacock cloth shirt;
valed as a remedy for all throat and waists at the Banner Store 4 1 : Chick-i
J. If. Venuble was In Oklahoma City
on business yesterday.
1155 prescriptions compounded last
year and no! a single mistake. The
Model. 1-1 1-4 1
Aiiss Daisy Sohlinger who has been
spending the past three weeks in Man
hattau Kan. and Kansas City is ex-
pected home Saturday.
No need to lose fowls when you tan
gel. Conkey's Remedies right hero at
(he Owl Drug Store. A definite rem
edy Tor each distinct disease. Each
carries a positive guarantee. 12-20-SOd
lung diseases. Bold by all dealers. j asiia avenue.
Mr. and .Mrs. Cains of West. Colo-
li-.do avenue are. expected- home today
; from Kansas w here they have been
vititing relatives the past two weeks.
Five dollar Coronet hair braids
$2.75. The Banner Store 119 Chieka- 18
Hha avenue. 13-t:
.Mrs. V. L. Peters is reported better
tifter several days' illness.
; Mr. -and Mrs. J. F. Mannerlng who j
. liuve resided in Chickasha the past;
nine years leave tomorrow for Hud-!
sou. Mexico to make their future;
Lome n$ar that city. j
i -loot. '
Oranges at. Powers' 15c
per dozen. I
! Mrs. Paul O. Spinning will give a tea!
on Tuesday afternoon of next week '
complimentary to her sister Miss Con I
nell of Fort Worth.
Oranges 15c per dozen at.
1 Mrs. W. H. Gilkey and Mrs. Klmer
j Ttu ell will give a second party for
i .Mrs. Arthur Browder tomorrow afternoon.
I1 1 Tl W IT
Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls rank
higher in protein and fat than
any other feed feed stuff put on
Hulls 50c Per Hundred Lbs
Choice Meal at $1.60 a Sack
will produce more milk and but-
ter than any other feed that you
I Apache Cotton Oil and
FOOT OF NINTH STREET.
The election of officers in tlie i
Clerks' I'nion was postponed from j
last night until the next regular meet-
! lug on account of the- inclemency of
the weather. j
All trimmed hats In Morgan & j
Ciilhi's millinery department will sell!
below cost Saturday and next week.
j Miss Bertie Hill from liorlhwest "of
1 Chickasha is a new student at the I.'
1 I. & C entering the first of the week. !
Miss Nora Anderson returned home
last night from a visit in Oklahoma
-Miss Jennie Knott of Fort Worth.
Texas who has 'been the guest of Mrs.
Alger Melton and Mrs. Will Melton the
ast two weeks returned home today.
Oet your nursery stock home grown
ueclimated; shade and fruit trees;
shrubbery etc. from Chickasha Nuns-!
cry Twenty-Sceoud and Iowa. 1'hone '
'. B. Morgan who resigned his po-J
frition as general sales agent for the j
Singer Sewing Machine Company some j
time ago has accepted a place as city!
salesman for the same company. The j
work is more agreeable to him because !
1 he doesn't have to go out 011 the j
! road. i
$10 net and silk
The Banner Store.
Frank Wright of Proctorville
i.i a guest at the home of I.. E.
Fresh country butter at
First person who (brings a $ti gold
leaf glass sign to my shop Tuesday 1
miynlug January 18 will get it done
free or'jfi credit on a larger job.
Best material and work used on this..
Divers the Sign Maker the Sign
Save the little chicks from imligcs-'
tion diarrhea etc. Conkey's Cholera j
(lure in the drinking water ir guaiaii
teed by the Owl Drug Store. Price'
25c and Sue. 12 2C-3"d !
Mrs. H. A. Coley will entertain aj
few friends at luncheon Saturday.
Bear in mind our prescription de-
partment. The Model. 6-2-dtf '
Mrs. H. D. Hill 128
street has been seriously
ill will pneu-
1-10 -(it 11101 ia several days this week
A. W. Claeher made a business trip
to Purcell today.
C. E. Costello cashier of the First
- - 1 National Bnk at Lindsay was in
Spot rnsh will be paid for clean Chickasha on business yesterday
cotton rags brought to the Express
M';e- d-tf One or two piece percale house
ureases c. I lie lianncr btore.
HORSE BLANKETS HORSE BLANKETS
B. P. Smith went to
Blanch a rd on
We are over stocked 011 all kinds of horte blankets
storm sheet? wagon covers and tents and to close
I out the line we will sell them at cost and less this
is the first time we have ever offered any line of goods
t at cost and we mean bill cost in the market less freight.
Clieaney Harness Co.
! EYE GLASSES j
j Were invented many years ago ! " j
: so were eyes. The eyes in con-1 1 rtiehardson who iia been-
JstrUCtion are the Same today blltj visiting her mother east of tow n re-
giasses nave CnangCU. The SCI-j turned to her home in Nlnnekah Hi-
ence of Optics has steadily ad- ciuy.
vanced until now we are able to
grina glasses 10 correct all detects Hear in mind our prescription do
or vision and these defects are
many and of varied forme. Few
persona comparatively speaking
have perfect eyes; an eye that is
not perfect is an annoyance to
the brain; the eye and brain are
very intimately connected. When
the eyes differ there is unequal
vision unequal vision causes
headaches and nervousness; these
are symptoms of eye-strain. We
correct unequal vision with lenses
scientifically ground. Optical
Lenses are made from scientifi-
cally made glass except in cheap
spectacles; in these they are
made the same as window glass.
We use pure and faultless crvstals
Carr's Optical Par lor
West of the Dugan Bldg.
Two dollar black Tafftine petticoats
ontinue on sale Friday and Saturday.'
The Banner Store. 13-21 j
The $!.'() short crepe kiinonas eon-'
ticue on sale till Saturday at l.'e. The
13-2t 1 Bitnt.er Store ll Chlckaslui
' 13-2t i
111 j nil 9 q
The sale which has no competitor and
to which all Chickasha looks forward to
as the most important bargain event of
THE WHOLE YEAR.
Drastic Price Cutting
in the Clothlnfi Section
All Hirsh-WickwireSuits and Overcoats
included in this sale.
Reduced prices on Trousers Shoes.
Manhattan Shirts Hats Caps
We are not advertising a hurrah or hiprong sen-
sation but a straight forward legitimate sale of
' first-class values and good honorable selection of
p f !
I Cl)- I. mi Vf
II. K. Price
made a business trip to
The Ideal Stocking
Need no hose supporters.
Button to the waist and
always stay up. All sizes
now in stock.
U. ft. Tliomison of Knid Is a bu;-i-ntiss
visitor in the city.
Fresh country crrs at Bowers. ' .1 2-2 1
The Infant of .Mr. ud .Mrs. V. V.
Betty has recovered from a severe hi-
nsf. ileitis saur kraut dill pickic-K sweet
pickles preserves horse radish at-
fcirp chutney and euchred pickles at
Airs. Clarence (iray is visiting friends
in At.adarko this week.
Let ub fill
your prescriptions. The
Wa offer One Hundred Dollars lie-
ward for any case of catarrh 1hat can-
not be cured by Hail's Catarrh Cure
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O.
We the undersigned have known I'.
J. Cheney for the hint 1" yearn and
believe him perfectly honorable iu aU
business transactions and flnanelaily
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Waldinjit Kiiiiian & Marvin.
Wholesale DrtiKKists Toledo O.
Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter-
nally acting directly upon the blixxi
and mucous surfaces of the sydem.
Testimonials sent free. Price T."c per
bottle. Sold by all drunKistK.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
FirstK'lass dressmakliiK and fancy'
sewing. Mrs. Kickerts and .Mrs. Boon"
!l ! Illinois av enue. 13-i't
One dollar W. corsets 7.1 cents
I W. B. corsets worth $l."i" now ;t."r.
J The Banner Store 4 1 Chickasha ave-
bi'l by .Ian. I.'
10 pay vour telephone
h and a oil dlscotinec-12-St'
K P.. .lohnsoii of Nonnari is umotiK
l!u; out.ot'-tow 11 visitors iu tii" city to-
Window Cards Price Tickets
1 Rag Signs. Banners Flags. E!cc
I trie Signs Wind Signs Bulletins'
Pictures. Opera House Scenery
1 a Specialty. Over .100 Style's
'Cold Ieaf Lettering for Class
' Metal and Wood Work.
Come and See My Work.
One Price to All.
A. B. Cochran went to Waiirikit this! C. C. Divers Mgr.
afternoon on tunnies and win return ' Under Chickasha Klcctrieal Sup
FOR CASH RENT.
Two bundled acres fine bottom land
ail Hhlu half mile of Chickasha. (kl;i
Address Postofl'lce Box ".Jl.
een Mi Earned Jiy Our Building Material
s uncYr Jct to make good. If yoa arc desirous of obtaining Building Material that is far above the average insist cm getting
the kind that we carry in stock. We will be pleased to furnish estimates at any time on any time on any desired quantity.
PHONE US YOUR COAL ORDERS.
J i V
BESOWRIE LIHV3BER COMPfil
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910, newspaper, January 13, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733110/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.