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C H Id KASHA DAILY , E X P R E S S, CHICKASHA OKLAHO M A ,
rOR SUMMER SODA if. V . IMA Vi 1! a If you used more fashion than judgment Sunday, and in con sequence have a cold, correct it right now with Rexall Cold Tablets 1 1 i 1 1 f H IS I! hi J7 Read the Globe Ad today. S. S. Gump of Phoenix, Ariz., was a busings visitor in Chickasha today. Kd Coyle of Hush Springs spent to day in the city on legal business. Pianos for rent, or sain at; Dunlap's 4 3 fit Sp early ring colds are worse than J winter colds and may de velop seriously if let run. Rexall will stop it. H. J.Brownson Leading Prescription Druggist FREE DELIVERY flin 27 County Supt. (1. F. Newell spent to day in the Rouiliern part of the county on school bt(iiliH;:s. T. J. Galbra.ith, archltert. 4-8-12- The Vada Needle t hit) will meet Fri day afternoon at the home a Mrs. A. F. Hock. T. J. (ialbraith, architect. 4-8-12- T. F. Major and W. T. Phillips spent today in Oklahoma City on real es tate business. Get. it at IrowtiKon'B drug More. 2--: It Itev. and Mrs. Ceorge Sherman and non John left this morning for Man gum to attend a Mapilst missionary rally. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINT.MKNT fails to cure any case of Itching, Klind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in fi to 14 days. 50c. M. F. Courtney left this morning to visit his farm southeast, of Cement and will he none two days. Pianos fur rent or sale at Intnlap a 4-3-r.t NOVELTIES FOR THE EASTER SEASON A token in jewelry at this time will bind the ties of friendship. We are showing the newest creations in lockets, crosses, bar pins, bracelets, etc. Visit with us and let us show you our line. FLATAU & SON -:- UP TO NOW JEWELERS Sam Pressley left tills morning for Oklahoma City, where he will spend a few days. Pianos for rent or sale at Dunlap's 4-3 Ct Miss Annie McCuire has accepted a position as bookkeeper at the Pritehett laundry. T. J. Calbrajth, architect. 4-8-12- THE MONEY WHICH YCU SPEND AT HOME MAY COME BACK TO YOU; SEND IT AWAY AND YOU EE IT NO MORE. Mebane Cotton Seed for Sale , ! pw8 pit im W9 I 1 ft 1 t " S ; L3U Succeed when 'vrrythicg le tail, in wtt prostration fr4 fmle eiiknra?i tncy are the tuprni remedy, M iioutida huve tcttii'-ciL FOR ?;iDNEY,UVF.HAND STOMACH THOUCLE la the best medicine ever ic-US ovef d", '.'gist's coumet. ::t:iH) bushels home grown Mehane -(ton e.-d for sale. Seed from and per tent line Jl.tii), ST and HS i r cent lin $l.r.n. and .;:) and 40 per cent line 12 imi per Int. For fun Iter inform al mn Hiiitio to.':,, or see h. J. Mc l i aikcn. K-i i'.-iai y ,f the Ketail Mer cbai" A-s -elution, lM:;aii lntiMing, Chii kasha, Oklahoma. :i-:i;-12 dAi 4tw The Knights and Ladies of Security will hold the regular meeting Thurs day evening of this week. FOU SALK Kefrierator, good as new: only us d X short time: tti if I taken at once, ("all at loi! South K'eventh. 4-8-tf The Retail Clerks' nn'on will hold a special business meeting in I'nion Uibor hall Wednesday evening. I have a modern six room house for rent, close in, on West Hill, east front, shade, id. al location, on paved street, exceptional neighborhood, I pay wa ter rent, care for garbage, ashes and y.tr-1. Rent very reasonable. Phono IT.I, or see m.. pet -.nil ally. Hi Vce P. S'vti'h. tf. Mrs. Richard Brown and Mrs. C. A. Sriles of Verden were .".itopp'TS in the ci'y yesterday. The Kpworth league will hold a bus iness meeting tonight at the home of Mrs. John Lovell, on South Seventh street. Leo (ierstciifield left this morning for a month's recreation trip to Los Angeh-s, Oal. Don't be Kurprlf'ed if you have an attack of rheumatism this spring. JijmI rub the affected parts freely wi'lt Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon disappear. Sold by all dealers. d&w W. A. Moon of liellebuckle. Term., who has been spending the past week in San Antonio, Tex., returned to Chickasha this morning. The M. II. A. lodge will bold the first regular meeting at the A. O. IT. W. hall tonight. The Modern Wood men lodge will meet as usual at the Knights of Pythias hall. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE PROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. R. W. OROVK'S sig nature is on each box. 2."c. Mrs. L. Erlir.h and daughter, Isa- beije, and Miss Florence Wohlgemuth went to Oklahoma City today to ac company their mother that far on her trip to St. Louis. "My little son had a very severe cold. I was recommended to trv Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be t'oie a small bottle was finished he was as well as ever," writes Mrs. II Silks, 20 Bowling street, Sydney, Aus ttulia. This remedy is for sale by al' ocalers. d&w J. W. McCall or Rush Springs was a business visitor in the city this week. Mrs. A. Morris and daughter, who have been spending the past two weeks visiting Mrs. M. Clutter, r?tuined to their home in Cuthrie today. Mrs. Ida Hyiiurn, who has been spending the past seven months in the city the guest of her daughter, Mrs. William Friedlauder, will return to her home in Oklahoma City this week. Mrs. C. K. Smythe of St. Louis Is In the city the guest of her daughter. Mrs. W. S. Flynu. Mrs. Smythe was called here last week by the illness of her daughter. Mrs. Flvnn is now much Improved. Everything is in readiness for the usual big summer soda business and better than ever before will we be able to serve you. Unusual preparations have been made. The same care is used at our fountain as in our drug department. Every utensil and container is clean and pleasing. Our ice cream, our soda fountain syrups, our crushed fruits and eggs, are the best ob tainable, and our soda water deliciously cold, highly carbonated and clear as crystal For real healthful soda water, come and drink with us. We are as near you as your telephone H ,Owl l)ru Sloi o.-- - ----- - - - .- 1 J L J f ! I I- .... -. v rnviiL 12G MANY APPLICATIONS FOR SEED. R. M. Evans reports many applica tions for seed corn received at the Chamber of Commerce office from the boys over the county who are taking up the boys' club work. Twenty-five letters were received yesterday from different points in the county. , No ap plications have been made for cotton yet. APPRAISERS OF SEGREGATED LANDS ARE APPOINTED. Oklahoma City, April 8. Advices from Washington were th;' ; r. A. L. E'dgington of Oklahoma I Judge J. J. Holes of Outhrie and Earl Mc (lowaii of Talihina were named as appraisers of the segregated surface lands cf the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations. Dr. Edgington will be chair man of the commission. The places pay $ i ."00 a year each. Mrs. John Calloway of Caldwell, Kan., who has been visiting her sister, Mis. J. E. Dickson, returned home to day. Mrs. Henry Frey is entertaining her sister, Mrs. J. Thompson of Marlow, this week. Fortunes in Faces. There's often niucii truth in the say ing "her face is her fortune," but it's never said where pimples, skin erup tions, blotches, or other blemishes dis figure it. Impure blood is back of them nil, and shows the need of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They promote health and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at Brown & Co., druggists, d&w 1 f ( i Sec Our East Window- t or tome of the New Styles we have in itock "COWBOY" EVANGELIST CLOSES GOOD MEETING. Ninnekah, April , Elder J. L. Rea, the "Cowboy" evangelist, has just closed a week's meeting at Coffielt school district, which resulted in the organization of a union Sunday school with a large attendance. This meeting has been a blessing to many homes in this community, and with grateful hearts we would say to others, go and do likewise. Mrs. T. B. Ilel!. r' .J DUNLAP'S 421 Chickanha -Avenue, Local client D. M. Cava no A nail. u lit', whete court !'.:s week. s left .Indue yesterday for llailey opened 1 it ! the best medicine ever sold I f' "-''Ji" (? I " '"'"J I ovef a d", '.'gist's ci'umet. It ) ' ? i,,, J ! " ; i I h If t ;yr. I fa - ' -(.rc UifL'Z' 'rAvSS 1 icKZ -o( k- "t. v"- ... - 3 SUFFRAGISTS WINNERS IN ARIZONA FIGHT. Phoenix, Ariz., April 9. Equal suf frage won a victory In the Arizona sa sombly Monday when th huuse. 21 to 4, passed the bill granting women the full right to suff rase There was lit tle debate on the measure. The bill was immediately sent to the senate, where, leaders announced, public hearings would be held before an.' action w,is taken. OWEN MAKES SPEECH IN FAVOR OF ROADS. wasnmgton, April y. Sfcnaior kod-i ert L. Owen of Oklahoma addressed the senate Monday, advocating Sena tor Swanson's bill to appropriate $-0,-000,000 annually for five years to aid the state and local committees in the improvements of public roads. Tho bill provides for the construction, maintenance and improvement of post roads and rural delivery routes through the co-operative and joint action of th national government and the several states in which such roads mayo be established. eautiful ers lOY Fruits and Vegeta bles fresh every day Strawberries per box . . . Oranges per dozen 25c 10c Spring is Close at Hand And rig-ht now is the time for you to paper that house or room. Lon t vait until ail the nice weather i3 gone. The time is now. You can get anything you want in the line cf Wall Taper, 1'aints, Oils and Glass Room Moulding. Il'late Rails, Varnish, Stains, Floor Faints, Enamels, etc. Let us give you prices on your work. We are here for that purpose. Come and see our Wall Papers. Dr. W. L. Ponnell left this afternoon for Oklahoma City, where he will at tend the state meeting of the medical hoard. The meeting will he in session three days. Irow'g This? We offer one hundred dollars rew-ud for any case of Catarrh that c annot he cnreii by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J Cheney for the hist years, and beli"Ve him perfectly honorable in all buin;s transactions and flnanehu!:. abl-j to carry out any obligations mare by his firm. WALDINfl. KIN NAN, & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, i oleilo, U. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally, acting directly upon the blool and mucous surfaces of the system, 'testimonials' sent free. Price 7i cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall s Family Pills for consti pation. Carr's Optical Parlor Registered Optomet' rist in Charge Easier Liiiie.n, Hyacinths. Nar cissus, Daffodils, Tulips, Sweet Peas, Violets, Roses. Carnations. Blooming plants, Palms & Ferns. Chickasha Greenhouse C28 S. 5th St. Phone 48 ' The Skirvin Oklahoma City. RATES: 75 rooms at . . . . $1.00 50 rooms at . . . .$2.00 50 rr on s at . . . . $1.50 25room3at . . . . 52.50 32 large, light sample room3. 2.50 and up. TO CHICKASHA FOLKS Modern, fireproof, Llegvnt. Coven an Entire City Mock. Everv room an oumide room, all hav' ing private bth--either tub orthower -hot and culil water, circulating ice water, clothes clvetn, etc. TWO LLEGtfSTCArF.fi, PRICES REASONABLE Lunch Room in Connection. I'vpular Pricca.' Patroniie the lict mid One Who lUt Mway Given You a Sijudre Deal. Fred VV. Scherubel, Managing Director. GOOD BOOSTERS IHOPPIN3 AT HOME. DO THEIR Optometry is defined by the laws of Oklahoma to be the employment of any means other than the use of drugs to measure the povers of the eyes, and the adaptation of lenses for the aid thereof. We are U" 'el iui Ufiiate Oklahoma. re; ercd by examination liie iiuinuei of cioi cel ls EEV'.CN' for the slate of HUMPHREY ORCHESTRA HAS A BUSY WFEK. The Humphrey orchestra is enjoying a busy season and will have four en gagements this week, three in this city and one if El Reno. This musi cal organization is becoming recog- j n,4iu as one of tho best in the city. Last night the Humphrey musicians furnished the music at the Yeoman dance at the A. O. U. W. hall. There was a good crowd present and a very enjoyable evening spent. Wednesday evening the men of the orchestra will go to El Pumio to play at the II. O. It. T. dance and Thursday night they will furnish the music at the Knights of Columbus dance. Friday niglit they will play for the Court of lienor dance at the Knights of Pythias hall. The Secret of Our Large Ring Business Is in the quality of the goods and the diversity of styles carried in stock. Rings of Every Description Diamond Rings, Signet. Emblem. Fancy Stone Set, Dinner Rins, Baby Rings. Plain Gold TifTary Wed ding Kinf. They are all solid told. J. W. OWSLEY, Jeweler New. i Edward Carr 123 Chickasha Ave 7 hero is Only One loo. II Powers Phone ISC TURNER'S Wall Paper Store WK C1VK Phone 1008 25 N. Third St. . TRADING STAMPS LvsJ M W mm mi Th si la 'J 5' m t A ! C t W '- LmJl it m' mm m m vsra rue v:c::ta cvm to nvrs a cold im cat day. Always remember the full name. Look j& ft if 1" lor tlik sijjuatme tu ever box. 20c, Artificial Flowdrt. Tha Japanese carry the art of artt flrlal flower making to perfection, copying with marvelous fidelity uU Only tuQ tlOaaCU.S, bat ftuuid biauclicA and even plants In bloom. They ar particularly clever in Imitating wis taria, cherry and rose tree, and the flowers are so naturally made In either cotton and silk that they deceive the keenest critic. Great branches tt these various blossoms are used for decorative purposes. There Is a great vogue at present for the wearing of artificial flowers both with day and evening dress. Silk ani velvet flow era command a high price. (Get Steel Cut, no Chaff) For your breakfast. It strengthens your appetite, settles your nerve3 and prepares you for your days plans, whether of work or pleasure or combined of both. Gfttlng Even. "Oh, George, dear," she whispered, when he slipped the engagement-ring on her tapering finger, "how swaet of you to remember Just the sort of stone 1 preferred! None of the othe.s was ever bo thoughtful." Ceorg was itnggered but tor a moment. Then ha came back with: "Not at all, dear. You overrate me. This Is the one I've always used." She was lncouslst ut enough to cry about It. f7 eri (Hot or Cold) for lunch and dinner, is refreshing, gently stimulates and renews your energy without any possible injurious effects. It makes a beautiful colored liquid and delicately delicious drink. Hew State Brand won't hurt you or your children, because it is absolutely pure and a little less than the usual quantity will give you the de sirable strength and dainty flavor combined. Will you please request your grocer to let you try ITew State Coffee and Tea Do it today. Don't delay.