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C " C K A S H A DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, 0 K L A M 0
f ! V iOii !!5oonL3 lonvmccu ; That we can give you a better fit in hifth MENTION . U J i ;- i ,,j . Li-;;.' The Lancaster Overcoat grade Ready-to-.Wear Clothes made by Hirsh-Vickwire Sc Society Brand than you'll ever get if some novice slips a tape around your neck and makes you think he's taking your correct measure for a custom-tailored suit. Our Ready-for-Service Suits and Overcoats hand tailored awaits your command tor a try-on. Let us show you how to get clothes satisfaction; yet the price is not over half that charged by high grade custom tailors. Notice our show win dow, Then see more inside. TEAR-A-BOUT ' ' The Indestructible Boys' Suits Paices $3.50 to $10 !11 rr in L ... :- . ,' ( -A "" 1 'two ways of looking at it" twelve inrlu FRED'S I'll ! I VI Ml MtAfefc I fc'-JTRAilW our ftUvs Ai- lou KlT Kt0 KKifT. -U it, kn.ni Chop House 'ly VEGETABLE DINNERS I1 SHORT ORDERS 1, ( ; j . 3rd Door West 1,1,!;, of fostqfjice I j Auctioneers Notice m j Cry ail sales all over the H r" staie of Oklahoma. II j Guarantee Full Satisfaction. II Address R. W. McCULLOUGH W'U-ZMm Apache, Oklahoma M.Flatau&Son Up-to-Now Jewelers and Opticians. Expert Wr'tch Impairing. ' Meat Talk No. 2 Iljve you ever visited our market on a Saturday and seen the lare f-clectiona of e hoiee UOadTS and other temptations for Sunday's MEA'IS? if you can't come Phone 2-3-2 f!ut it ia a jdeasure for us to have y on p isinuiy make your own selections W. R. PARAMORE CONTRACTOR Painting and Paperhanging , Phone 755 Mi.-souri (!;ui(i ai'l''8 ".".c it buslH !, "c l'i'i k. AtwijoJ C. U. lJ. l'hnn s 7 ;iim! til. lu-US-Ht Mi:-S i'.'.M'HT Holt oil IH ijllitr ill lit lu r Ihiiiic, on t'oliiru'lo avenue. Vim K'ini.lil tin lu le it! :!,at btyx of Cliri-U mas jirrai-nts a nice photo of joiu hi If, iii.ule by Noi velle, t in I'iio t.V,rui'h'.r in jour tottii. I'M Hit Im.-K' I. AtiMioil C. 0. U. riioue 7 I i M .. J.it'ie., , l;n!(.n of McAlfSt-T is I i.ie r,ucsi. of lit r titter tins wiek, Mrs.' I.J In !i. I RAILROAD TIME CARD 4 riioCO RAILROAD, (Eflttr.ive June 2i!.) , East Bound. U8 Kastcrn Kxiircsa U:00 a. m. 10-St. L K. C. Pass 1:47 p. in Went Bound, 9 IJuamth l'ass., 12:06 p. m 407 St, L-Lawtou Ex 7:50 i. jn. OKLAHOMA CENTRAL, Arrive Depart. l:00 p. tit 7:0o a. m. j 7:ao p. hj. , 11:00 a.m. ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY. Northbound. Arrlva Depart. No. 12 3:10 a. m. No. 24 2:00 p. m. 2:25 p m No. 32 7:17 p. m. Southbound. Arrive Depart. No. ii 12:25 a. m. 12:30 a.m. No. 23 2:3 p. m. 2:40 p, m. No. 31 8:03 a. m. El Reno, Chlckssha 4 Mangum. Westbound. Arrtva Depart. No. 709 9:10 a. m. 9:20 a. m. No. 711 3:25 p. m. 3:35 p. m. Eastbound. Arrive. Depart. No. 712 10:45 a. m. 11:00 a. m. No. 710 5: 10 p. m. 6.45 p.p. Paula Valley Branch. Arrive. Depart. No. 79ft 9:35 a. to. No. 7i3 1:10 p. n. No. 711 2:45 p. m. We guarantee, our shoos. Globo store. C. C. Clary will Bend tomorrow in Oklahoma City. See "The Bear Story" at Kozy to night.. A fresh anil ooiiiiilele lino of kosher meats at Abercronibie'a. 10-12-21 Walter Austin of Kl Heno spent yes terday in the city. Don't say "Norvelle is too high on his photos." lteniembor he doesn't use the cheap material. 10-M-Gt llroilie's photos are belter and cost less. Tile Big Studio, over the Eagle store. 10-10-1 Ot Mrs. J. C. Sparger Is visiting in Ko nowa, Okla. Heiu?.'3 fresli bane! kraut at Hop kins' market, fourth ailfl Chlckasln. I'hone 103. ' 10-17-ut Miss Cieorgia and Joint Tewkesbury are attending the Dallas fair. U want to see "Pansy" at the Kozy tOUlgllt. n New sweet cider at Abererombie's. 10-18-21 Johnnie Wood is (-pending the day in Greenville, Okla. See Dick Harbour for fire insurance. Phone 3 IS. 9-21-lmo Nat Jones returned to Stillwater to day, where he will take up his studies in the A. & M. college. All members-, of ben Hur und appli cants are renuctrted to meet at K. of P. hall Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock. 10-1 8-2t .Mins Agnes" Norwood left last night lor Dallas awl Kt. Worth, where she will spend the, week end. J You get a large 1013 photo calendar at Urodie's Sstudio, 30f'j Chickasha. .: ioiy-Ku New seed raisins, currants, figs and dates at Abercroiiibie's. 10-18-21 Eoy McElruath returned last night from Dallas, where he has hern attend ing the fair. Our store is full of this season's newest offerings bought at a price. We will save you money. COME LOOK OUR LINE OVER. B1SSELL CARPET SWEEPER J Will pay for themselves in saving to your ru9 and carpets, saying nothing of the heavy work it re lieves the housekeeper. rice S3.25 J i HOSPITAL NOT CLOSED. j '1 he rrMnr; li-i:i;: circulated ef the j 1 ;,!. S.iuit.u ium ami Iki'ital bein lr in.. Hauer kv.iul, new, tc p-r closed is a mistake and wiMioiP foun- UAN ITARY L'lAHKET !H"1"1 A:r"lli " r.r-erv.d.ili.ii. It has never he. n cloned at ; :;n-fry. Phone 17 and i. 1 it-Is -t i all' ' "' "i'-'H lr tti- re- j I veptiou or any patients at any time, AC3 WANTED. j Wo v i 1 1 sell a big load of cobs for needing surgical attention. QTONE'S I 1 EAT Cash paid tor clean cotton raps. ) dc-livered. .Mutthews-Linton Express offico. i Grain Co. Phone "S3. 9-2-tr ItOliEKT J. HAZE, M. I)., 10 1 1-Ct Surgeon. v. r. p fs r. u v j a i ; M i b V a W ' B CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTICE. The board of ciders of the Christian church request a full attendance of tlie membership at the services Sun day morning. 10-17-31 Mrs. Win. Khtiiiheiiner and children f M !..f f l.;.. t.. f.. ii m , . ? " h mi.-, muiuiiiK lor i uiiTii, w nero they will spend Sunday with relatives. Try some of the delicious potato chips at Abererombie's. !0-lS-::t J. L. Wilcnum expects to leave next week for southern Texas, where ho has accepted a position with a compress-. - "A Man in the Making" at Kozy to night. Who is "Pansy?" Heiuz'a dainty, delieioiu dill pickles, fresh, at Hopkins' market. I'hone P);!- 1 0-17.lt 1 i 3 0 11 11 fi 1. m WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM I "Br r a Mfi pfi ATP Di Mrs-cimH- H,,ii,ut,'r 3,1,1 t l-ll'll lell ll"','!li,ls"- l--'"'-. '" cxpe.-ted : i y ' 1 1 i lI i,i yii iu G: city "t,xi wpt'k fr a viBit wi,ii m L r W I fill - 'ion of the coun'rr th.m a'! ,!'.r . Every prospec-' tive furniture buyer is invited to look through pur new Fall showing of goods. You will secure valuable ideas from the new pat terns we have on the floor and the price i3 less than you will have, to pay for last seasons goods carried over. We carry the goods in stock - ' v -A " -' - " ' - ., -. ' j I I - V1 4: .' 'tt; - ----.-.if' 'j r Cedar Oil Mops Yd cannot consistently keep house without one. Will last for months.jKeeps your furniture like new and brightens your polished floors. Price f 1 I $1.50 32 Styles of StO8G Heaters, Cooks vV and Ranges V tt t i! yap h mmmrn Furniture and Undertaking u 18 pounds suyar $1.00. Atwood C. O. D. Plume 17 and (11, "t N. D. Hunnieutt and family will leave the firt of the week for Oklahoma City, where they will make their home. See Dick llaruour for fire insurance, phone 31S. 9-21-lmo i 3U11S $lU10 a 5iUriS .50 lO $10 ;snr.r. H r 11 ' H ment, pronounced it ineura' II , ., . - . R euce has proven catarrh to be H Sweaters, all kinds, Norfolk styles are good. t. xxm it?Wr Bum i Bmim A S N I 1 ! j ' 1 s i i V 1 p t I I 1 ! fill 1 t 1 M H 1 f ? s j I 4 t ' t -I f I f 1 S ! n i a sons of in the r. and i Mrs. Olin Prashear. Mrs. Hostatler is li a sister of Mr. BraMiear. ; . ii i m There is more catarrh in this sei U Bit -tN IT Hk M r H H tV Kill ii' r., , , ' ' p'few years was supr.ysed to be ineur- g, j al)( For ft srt ,, years doctors g I pronounced it a local disease and pre by co-.i loeal treat- rahle. Sei- euce has proven catarrh to be a consti tutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J. Cheney Co,, Toledo, Ohio., is ;!ie only constitutional cure on the mar ket. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teasiiouuful. It acts directly on the Mood and n,a. jj cons surfaces of the system. They U offer one hundred dollars for any case y u tans id cure. jenu lor circulars t inn lestimoniais. I-?! A .1,1 ........ . l. T PIM.n-PU r nr Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, "c. Tak Hall's Family Pilla for ronsli- 1, nation. Adv. d-luio isses Myrtle Ferguson and Edna Hui'ord expect to spend tomorrow in Dallas attending the fair, j Telephone :!J for best grades of coal. Chickasha Milling Co. lo-is-t'.t C. J. Baker and wife arrived in tiio city last nlstbt from Iis Angeles, Cat, where they have been for the past IS months. When in le.ed of coal or cobo, call lihone 'i'i. Chtckasha Milling Co. 10-1. SOt Mrs. Tv J. Driggers and son, T. J., jr., left this morning lor Cloud Chief, Okla., for a short visit with rdatives. "Pansy," the funny bear story at the Kozy tonight. It York Sparrow and Giover Thomas will leave tonight for Dallas, where they will spend Sunday. Mrs. Hoy Ainswoith expects to leave Monday for El ttetio, where cite will a!: !:rr future lioai" Mr Aino worth has been In El Keuo several days. Com cobs for sale, jl..'i per load. Phone o2. Chii kasha Milling Co. .10lS-.;t Miss Elsie Lisle left, last night Tor Diillas, where she will attend, the fair. Miss Lisle's mother joined her in Shamrock, Tex., and aeco-mpanied her to Dallas. Get your harness and harness repair ing of Wadsworth & White. it Best post fards i-i town only line a dozen. Kodak finishing 2.'.e a dozen. No charge for developing films. Pro die's Big Studio, over the Eagle store. lt)l:i-lot Ask us for prices on Mo.Mester coal. J Chickasha Milling Co. lO-tS-t'.ij For tornado iusurtucu see Dick Har bour. Phone 318. D-21-lmo Call No, 32 tor best McAlcster coal. Chickasha Milling Co. 10-18 tit If you want your baggage moved, call 50. O. K. Cab and Baggage Co. 017-1 mo We sell a Dig load of cobifor $I.'JV Chickasha Milling Co. lU-IS-lit ' IVr tornado insurance see Dick Har bour. Phono 318. 0 21-i.mo Hob Warren, city marshal o( War ren, McLaiu county, and a depuly sheriff of that count v. is in Chickasha today on official business. PRAIRIE HAY. "Pansy" is at the Kozy tonight. Monarch maple syrup (new) and ab solutely pure. Atwood C. O. D. Phono 17 and til. PJ-lXV'i The Bon Ton MilPnery Is showing a beautiful line of winter pattern hat:). The very latest shaped and nialei iai.i at the very lowest prices. 101 8 'U LOST Small leal her purse; con taining iTVn in money and cuff but tons; s(nie, place bet ween Carnegie library and Missouri avenue. Kinder return to 1203 South Sixth or phone 401. l'li?:;:, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. LudUcii in Siitevepoit, La., are vi.mois at Hie We can fill all orders for good prai- home of Cap!, and Mrs. Thomas Ib'tn rle h:!". Send In yonr evd'-s. j den, 7l!-' !'.v-!, t'li- weef: Mr. I o'm ,m HEKXDOX i CO., U tonnected wit lithe cot Sou IV hi of Feed and Coal Yard. Iu-l7-3tj Neil P. Anderson & Co. (Get Steel Cut, no Chaff) For your breakfast. It strengthens your appetite, scttlca your nerves and prepares you for your days tUim. wlo l io-r of work or nlpanr or anmlmtrl nf hnth I ft r" W c t tv m w i (Hot or Cold) for lunch and dinner, is refreshing, gently stimulates and renews your energy without any possible injurious eUYr.t. It makes a beautiful colored liquid and delicately delicious drink. Hew State Brand won't hurt ycu or your children, because it is absolutely per? and a little less than the ustwl quantity will give you the de sirable strength and dainty flavor combined. Will you please request your grocer to let you try Hew State Coffee Do it today. Don't delay.