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Ci'i-vmopuM..'Wi CU-b Mecuej, i "Ti:e .' w Age" a ii! l.i- the s,ibj.- t i i" i i - tl : .- l - ion ;ii i ' l f ' I'i nnlar liee! ;l of I ho " !inpol:';ni ciuli tonight. A! ;. ,Mre,i:T-t y.u hi !! jU have t'.i.r.: (if lii iii'-.'iin;.',. The batip-s in ii time (.hire Will be diseusi-ed. I Short 4 '4.1 iM - On r- i ilie iown HICKAS H A D A I L Y 1 f K i In creating the Western Union Day and Night Letters we have practically placed a telegraph in strument on the desk of every business man in the country. They are the new, long arm of business that reaches, pushes, pulls, dees things quickly, vigor ously. Their cost is trivial and they tell your story your way. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY (: I AT THE; PLAY HOUSES THINKING OF BUILDING, lay. ing Sidewalks. Steps, Floors, Roofing or anything to be built of Concrete? If so, give me an opportunity to submit you an es timate. , My extensive experi ence and intelligent workmanship should convince you that I am in a position to give you satisfacto ry work; in fact. I guarantee it to I)? tatiifactory. W. F. WAEPiElD, CONIRWTOR I'uy iB 'lllilf, Oppvtile Tm-lnfSicc. f'hene 0.J.5. KOZY THEATRE. I 'l lTI-".C,rill.,.,llil,,. ... . " " ". .'if, m.ii.ij i Ko.y runs only high class pictures. Our pictures come direct from the Kmpress theater, in Oklahoma City. Coiiii. ami s-e the difference between junk ami firs; cht-s photo play.,. Special f-v.xure tonight. Special iwrMn tonight. 1 "Tw, U'wiii'ii." Tills is a (!ep film. I S.-e-it. "Oniy iii i lie Way," a good picture w'.'h a moral. 3 "The Divorce Cur." lie sure to I SC" this OIH. Kong, "Oi.i ilu- Hanks of the OKI Mel St ream." ADMISSION 5 AND 10 CENTS. Bring loms clean white rags to th j Expres office at once. HIghett cac.i j price paid. dtf. Police Court Today. Kli I'crkins, negro, was fined $ T . r, In police court this morning un Ihc charge of being drunk and given a, line of $J.r,o on t he charge of tearing a young negro woman's dress. Sunday School Class Social. Clans No, ., of the Christian Sun day school, taught by Miss Trenna Perguson, will entertain the members of the class of Mrs. .1!. I'. Smith at a social Friday evening. These classes have been in a contest and the boys WIjI). Men's Bible Class Organized. Men of the Presbyterian church or ganized a men's liible class at the Sunday school service yesterday morn ing. Officers in tlie class were elect ed and a permanent organization ef fected. ):. YV. Po'(or was elected teacher; J. A. Julien, president, and ft A. Dnnlap, secietary. Change In Star Office. Lester Harnes has resigned his po sition as manager of the Orady County Star and left today for Oklahoma. City, 1 where he lias accepted a position in i the circulation department of the (Times, lie will be succeeded here by i Thui man Tunisian, who assumed his I duties as business manager todav. I Last Week of Contest. This is the last week of the Chris tian church Sunday school contest ami ; the results of next Sunday's attend ance, collection and new pupils will decide Hie contest. The reports yes terday showed the following: PI Iteno Attendance. f.K) ; new pu pils, 2-1'!; collection, $il."tl. Cliickasha Attendance , .'it I; new pupils, -172; collect;-':. '.V!.l2. Fined for Fighting. Tlieo. Proctor ami E. Phares engng- ! cd In a pugilistic bait Sunday after noon and were before II. I.. Crigsby this morning to answer to the charge of fighting. The cane against Phares j was dismissed and a fine of $in was i ptoiiuunced ugahint Proctor. Accord i ing to evidence, Proctor began the as IfcauH and the face of Phares was evl I deuce that he tot the worst of the eti I "owner. Mr. Phares' face and eyes were badly bruised and swollen this Situation en River Improves (Continued from Page One.) fl'iod situation Sunday was at Oolden Lake, the Arkansas levee guarding the pressure of the Mississippi. Had this embankment been breached it. would t i have added to the tide already sweep ing through the counties of northwest Arkansas. At '.) o'clock Sunday night the Cohleii Lake levee held, and as it continued to baffle the swirl of the flood, danger in the southern part of the valley Increased. As along as the flood remains in the levees north the strain on the southern embankments increases, Hourly the danger We works south ward. In the upper reaches of the Ohio and Mississippi Sunday night, t lie river practically was at a standstill, ThiR means that the flood's crest now is expected on the dykes from the -Missouri line southward. There has been suffering among thousands of refugees gathered in the hk'Mami town fiut of the flood's! reach. However, tills situation can not continue becuuse the state offic ials and federal government are work ing to carry food to the h uneiess. The greatest, menace now is directed to ward those persons marooned in the inundated territory. Scores of boats manned by rescue parties are hurry ing to relieve these prisoners. Slate and levee board officials in the districts south of .Memphis "nave been laboring ail day to top the threat ened levees. Missisippi state officials think their embankments will hold. Nevertheless the menace to states bordering the Mississippi south of Memphis will not have cesred until the great river's an gry waters have hurried themselves into the gulf. ANNOUNCEMENT. Dr. I.). K. Tutncr.t liiropractor, is ! locating in Chit -kasha, with offices at j'.'1)!'.' Chit-kasha avenue, Jtoom 11. Dr. i Tnrti"r Is a graduate of the Carver ! Denny Chiropractic college if Okla homa City, and is a brother of I). Kffio I Turner of Law ton. Chiropractic needs no explanation or recommendation, as it is well known here. 4 i -St 1 .ft 1 , V - I 1 , - "Vmy M-0 W ."irf' W il S ti i. ill n 1 This part of this big store you men and boys should not overlook. We have the new up-to-date things you will want just at this time of the year. Our Hats in straw and soft are new and snappy. All the new things in Shirts, Collars, Ties, Gloves, a dandy line of pants, spring and summer underwear. Our buyer in this department spread himself this spring and has some beautiful goods for men, young men and boys. BE SURE TO SEE US FOR YOUR SPRING WANTS he Hon se or Quality 7C7 . ft ft, ... . .. mi i. ii iiiinJI jjf i - III i I j I l ATiiIf T 1 ( 1 - ( I) I 1 IJ.) i - n Mi m Every Sack Positively Guaranteed Mmf i ") ' - '- I Sr 7 '' . t "' f lit x ', - V- . 6 f . Tr rrW, r w' A H H w 4 I H 4 If ii i-t- ? '? n ft il ET3I An Immense Big Sack On Display in the Window of ('1 i:l Hi i ! : s f a ft! i : j T7T7 A MM M r I F t 1 t k A k V y U M i 01 it n 14 M Everybody over 15 years of age has three free guesses of the weight of the sack. 0 An additional four guesses with every purchase of a forty-eight pound sack, two guesses with every purchase of a twenty-four pound sack of this flour from any Grocery Merchant in Chickasha t;.s & & Vw n V-j W t Cs Nearest Correct Guess Wins the I 1 GUESSING TICKETS AND REGISTER BOX AT ALL THE GROCERY STORES Sack will be waiehed in front of Gil-JPlfljOO HartSlirG CO.'S StOfG, JOilO 1st., 3 P. ill. i r t ' I r i ' if if t r tf ( r i r i . i - i ' i r i ? C I- .f w i f j 1 1 t ! i r T it If if if t-.-.'r . i .' t If It v- H if H if i tr It's the Biggest Sack of I loiir You Ever Saw and Some One Gets f f- w ' .it i i - .. ii; -.. ' U w "W W- it M J