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- 1 r - -t , , 1111 1 ' " g Cliickasha's Clothing Store Homo of Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirti, Home of Paragon Trousers, Knox flats. A -'(l iter cenl discount Bale on furl- i McAlester lump and nut coal. Phone k w ! - i e t ... . I Brief Bits of City Hews M(rm$MM R I 1 IIi' The Best Way to Settle the Clothes Question and settle it satisfactorily, tjcon omivjally and with least incon venience to yourself, is to come direct to THE HUB. The straightest and surest road to Good Clothes terminates here. Our success depends upon gain ing and holding your good will. We are Chickasha's Agents for ten of the world's most noted Clothes Builders, including Hirsh Wickwire and Society Brand Clothes ture anil rugs. Calycomlj & Anderson. , lt-u-UU"j .MrH, S. T. rowers, who has been ' the guest of her sous, Claude and liar- j ry 1'owers, left for Shawnee today to ' visit relatives. i Don't fail 1 n'd our ad In this Is sue if you aie interested in the bale or exchange of any kind of real es tat I'bone 280. Jenkins & Major. 231 I The Pythian Sisteia will hold an im portant meeting Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at their hall. All members are urgently requested to be present. SUITS AND OVERCOATS up $12.50, $15 uvto $35 Boys' and Children's Clothing We have clothing for the boys, big and little. Don't thir k of a thing in Boys' and Children's Clothing you can ask for that wa haven't cot. Brincr in vour litt'R fellow, mother, and see what we 1 can do for him. Phone coal. 3 for prompt delivery of 28-0t 1 Reliable Watch Repairing III FISH FLAKES We employ the best high jrxade mechanics. Do all of our repair work and use only genuine material in repairing watches. We guarantee each watch and piece of jewelry repaired by us. trial will convince you as - price and efficiency. to Fiatau & Son Jewelers and Opticians Phone US. 326ChickashaAve. h2C TWO GREAT EVENTS United States Land and Irrigation Exposition, Chicago Coliseum November 19 to December 4, 1910 U. S. Government Exhibit and Lectures International Live Stock Exposition Chicago Union Stock Yards November 26 to December 3, 1910 Greatest Show of Its Kind in the World L Ask Rock Island Ticket Agent for Information j II. fil. Brown, D. P. A. Oklahoma City First on the market. First in quality. First in service. First in price. Are the characteristics of Tignor's. We have just received a shipment of the Famous Fish Flakes, that you see advertised in all of the high class journals. The Flakes are as white and light as the snow. Try a can in'your next or der If you hear of any thing new, call up Tignor and see if he hasn't it. E. TIGNOR 120 South Third Street Phone 83 or 84 mi iff v Uuie back eomca on suddenly ami U cxtretmly imlnful. t Ih Kausi'd by rhrumatifcm of ltu musi'lps. Q.iick re lief 1 nfTonleil -by apiilyilig t'liauilicr laln's I.Inliitnnt. iic'.i by all diiiKKtsts. THE SECOND ATTRACTION IN THE Y. M. C. A. COURSE. CABS ARE CASH. On and aftiu- Nov. l all rab (Ktrvlco lll tif) abKihilely viM'h. (). K. ltiis ami Cab. Co, Gut It it the 01 drug itore. 17-tf The people of t!ie ciiy will h:io Iho I.U'Ksure on Friday cvotiing, Nov. 1 1, of hearing tho Florence Wr'ght com pany, who come as the .second number of the Y. M. '. A. This trio of talented and beautiful ! ADVERTISEMENT OF DISSOLUTION IStupiditv in Children may some times be caused by poor vision. We repeat, it is astonishing the great number of children who have'eyes in capable of school work. Edu cation depends principally on the use of the eyes, if these be deficient, then the chief basis of learning is hampered. Don't allow these defects to go un corrected delay may prove serious. Our advice may be ' fullv relied upon. Carr's Optical Parlor 423 Chickasha Ave. Anyone uaviug ferns or flowers for I exhibition or donation for the charity : bazaar will please notify Mrs. B. I'. ' Smith, phone No. 6. I Cold weather 1 here and you need I coal. Pbone C3, Chickasha Lumber . Co. 28 Bt j The two-monlhs-old infant of Mr. Uml Mrs, Robt. Ogle, 12 miles east of j town,' died last night. j We furnish your home on easy pay i ments and 20 per cent discount. Clay j comba & Anderson. 11-5-dtf Coal of the kind you want and price right. Phone 63, 2S-6t j E. F. Megrue of Cincinnati. Ohio, is In the city on a prospecting trip and lis much pleaued with the country. He i a friend of Secretary Kirkpatrlvk. For McAlester lump and nut coal, phono 32. Chickasha Milling Co. 10-13-dtf For McAlester lump and nut coal, phone 32. Chickasha Milling Co. 10-13 dU Visit our fine display room upstairs Claycomb & Anderson. Jl-5-dtf W. A. Iteniu'lt, general manager of die Turner Produce company, was here yesterday from Oklahoma City. We have some of. the best bargains advertised iu the Express this week that have been offered. Don't fall to read our ad. Phone 28U. Jenkins & Major. , 3 -at Dr. W. S. Corbin, osteopathic physic ian and surgeon, acute and chronic practice. Miscroscope used in diagno sis when indicated. Citizens National hank buildings. 10-26-lmo C. H. Kayler, clerk In the Citizens National bank, will spend Sunday -with f i lends in Tut tie. For McAlester lump and nut coal, phone 32. Chickasha Milling Co. 10-13 UU For McAlester lump and nut coal, phouu 32. Chickasha Milling Co. 10-13-dtf 3, Davidson-Case Lumber company: 3-7t Oat It at Brownon'i drug store. 2-23 tf Dr. y. B. Larking and Marr A. Mar key, osteopathic physicians. All cura, ble diseases treated. McFarland Building. Phon 883. HO-t' See Davidson-Case, phone 3, tor McAlester lump or nut coal. &-7t Don't pay more, visit our sale and be convinced. Claycomb & Anderson'. 11-5-dtf The High school Glee club went to Amber last night where they gave a concert for the benefit of the schools there. A good crowd attended the con cert and they were all well pleased with the club boys. "The Lady and the Coon" at .the Star theater tonight, 10 and 20 cents. 4-2t As usual our sale is a decided suc cess. Claycomb & Anderson. ll-S-dtf Lewis E. Thompson of Hutchison, Kan., Is the guest of his sister. Miss Mabel Fontron. Croup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. Parents of young children should be prepared for it. All that Is 1 needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's! Cough Remedy. Many mothers are j never "without It In their homes and.U! has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists, dSw women have made a reputation In the east and In their 'western tour tlivy Hie prated by crowded houses. .Miss Wright is a dramatic reader vf power and brings to her work tin training of tho best, schools. Miss NeaJ is a brilliant solo harpist and u pianist of a high degree of technical perfection. Miss Sims is one of h" three best, women violin players in this country. In duets with Miss Neal s.i ; Is a prime favorite. Get your season ticket and he one of seven hundred to greet this com pany Nov. U. DuuUip has tli lieu;. Chickasha, Okla., Oct. 23, 1910. Notice is herehy given that tho part nership heretofore existing between J. F. iHVore and Mabel Fontron, of Chickasha, Oklahoma, under the firm name of DeVore & Fontron, was dis solved on the 2!tu day of October, 1910, by mutual consent. The business in thp future. w'!i he conducted by Mabel Fontron. MABEL FONThON, Fit AX K DeVORE. 1A) SUEEGOG. Notary Public. My commission etpires M.-.ueh 27. 1-13. 10 3 1 Ct DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that Is by constitutional rem edies. Deafness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. When this tube Is Inflavned you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, deafness is tho re sult, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing- will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfacts. Wo w ill give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness t caused by catarrh) that canuot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. 7."c. Take Hall's Family Pill lor i oiwi pation. d 20 acres one mile south of I. I. & (,'., new :-room bouse, finely finished, good outbuildings, 3 acres young orchard, well, windmill and tank; best tract of suburban property offered for sale or trade near the city. Sell on easy terms or will trads for good city prop-' erty. Phone 280. Jenkins & Major. on Phone 3 for .McAlester lump or nut coal. Davidson-Case. 5-Tt Pearson & Allmau, famous singers and dancers, at the Star theater to night, 10 and 20 cents; 4-2t Your furniture and rugs at 20 per cent discount on easy paymcr.'s. Clay comb & Anderson. ll-j-dtf Swell vaudeville and pictures at the IStar theater tonight, 10 and 20 cents. 4-2t I am tuning pianos and giving per-' feet satisfaction. Let me refer you to l my patrons. A. J. Sellers, phone 7 1 l-S-tf For McAlester lump and nut coal, phone 32. Chickasha Milling Co. 10-13-dtf Have your carpets cleaned on the floor by the Duutley vacuum cleaner. F. L. Gifford. Phone 115, 2!6 Colo rado. 3-l"t Don't forget the date, Tuesday, elec tion day, is when you can buy home made cake with all kiuds of drinks at lirownson's. s-it Holt & Norris, superb comedy sketch team, at the Star theater tonight, i 2t $25.00 Axminster 9x12 rugs for $20.00. j Claycomb & Anderson. 110-dtfj Meet me at the Owl goda fountain. 17-tf t The Baptist choir will have charge of Brownson's fountain Tuesday, elec tion day. AJI kinds of drinks will be served with home-made cake, 15c. Home-made candies will also be sold. 5-lt Best moving pictures shown and strictly high class vaudeville at the Star theater tonight, 10 and 20 cents. 4-2l Come to Brownson's Tuesday.electlou day. for home-made teke, candies and driisks of all kinds. 5-lt THE PIANO IS 01 I THE WAY We are going to give away a beautiful Gate Piano valued at $350.00, to some person, lodge or church. Come in and let us tell you about it. y - - I mfm Hi : Notice to Dairymen and Farmers: READ CAREFULLY Chickasha, Okla, Masr. Chickasha Cotton Oil Co., CP. Gentlcmea: Relying to youra at recent date, beg to advise I have a dairy containing 300 cows and have tried all kindB of feed, hut have found nothing to give the results that cottoa aeed meal and hulls will. It you remember about one year ago I commenced feeding cotton seed meal and hulls and the first ten (10) daya my Increase in butter and milk vai about 10 per cent; after feeding thirty (30) days m increase was about 20 -per ccat and has been holding its on ever since, besides decreasing my ex penses about siity ($60.00) dollars per month oa other feed. t Anyone desiring other information will receive a reply. I ara yours truly. D. N. GAItLAND. Dairyman, Meal and HuIIe mixed, 100 lb ack, ask for "Chico Feed" For Sale By CHICKASHA COTTON OIL KILL Cichkasha, Okla Phone 45. 100 LBS. CHICO MIXED FEED FROM if GHIGKASHA I COTTON 01LC0MPAWY4 llCHICMASh OKLAHOMA T S. B. P. Smith, President. Wm. Inman, Vice-Prea. MEETING AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. . .The.ro have been a number of con versions during the meeting and the quality of preaching has never been excelled in this town. Be sure and hear Dr. Smith Sunday. Good music. KEEP WARM. Dewar coal, all burns, no cinders, or clinkers to worry you. Delivered at following prices, C. O. D.: Domestic lump coal, forked .'$7.50 Domestic lump coal, shoveled.... 7,00 Screened nut coal . . . . , COO A big load of cobs 1.50 Hay and feed of ail kinds at right prices. Phone 739. MATTHKWS-UNTOX GRAIN CO. t 11-4-dtf W. W. Home, Vice-Pres. Ed F. Johns, Cashier. The Citizens National Bank CHICKASHA, OKLA. Capital . . . . . $75,000 Surplus and Profits 45.000 Your Business Solicited DlRECTORS:-B. P. Smith. Wm. Inman, V. W. Home, J. P. Sharp, J. F. Driggers, J. C. Driggers, Ed F. Johns. 14 Account of morchuitii. corporations nl (ndividiiala mllcltmt. Bun ODnrtwr x btndwi conaistauit with eounarvativn banking. PAVING ASSESSMENT DIST. NO. 1. Chickasha Avenue From First Street to Sixth Street. The above assessment cau. be paid at the office of the city clerk at the City hall prior to January 1st and ill be delinquent after that date. ll-l-20t JOK DEWS, .City Clerk. PHONE 32 FOR McALESTER LUMP 1 1 Ciiiciitisiio biiilsi!" For Rent Two elegantly furnished J rooms for light housekeeping. Call at I 907 Chickasha avenue. fl-;!t ! Wanted A good fanner to farm on shares. Kverythlng furnished. Call at 62S South Firth stret, 1). M. John-! 7th & son. S-CtlOriio Get Your Bulbs for Winter and'Early Spring Hiacinths, Tulips, Nurcuwus, Jonquils, Chinese Sacred Lilliea, at FLOWERS THE MONEY WHICH YOU SPEND AT HOME MAY COME BACK TO YOU; SEND IT AWAY AND YOU SEE IT NO MORE. Harrington Seed House Phot!" 12 4,. i (4 II M n