Newspaper Page Text
CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA.
PAGE FIVE Let , Us Solve Your Problem of What to Wear You may be interested in price as well as what you get for the price. We all Jjave to consider what an article costs, and it's all right if you don't let price blind your eyes to quality Now Our Suits and Overcoats at $15, $18 and $20 Are unique; not in priee so much as what you get for it; the price is low enough for most men. If that's too lov a price for you, we will be glad to show you HIRSH-WICKWIRE AND SOCIETY BRAND HAND TAILORED CLOTHES The best clothes made, and undoubtedly the biggest values ever bought. Priced at $20, $22.50, $25 and up IN HATS AND SHOES. We'll show you styles and qualities that you won't find elsewhere. Knox, Stetson and Tiger Special Hats. Hanan, Florsheim and Thompson Bros. Shoes. Boys' Shoes in all lasts. ' Best Known for COAL COAL COAL! Time to begin thinking about your winter coal. Better Coal at a bet ter price now than later. Phone 37 Stephenson-Brovne Lumb'r Co In Our New Store We are now permanently located in our new store at 411 Chickasha Avenue, and are able to better care for customers than ever be fore. New, Clean and Fresh Groceries We guarantee our goods they must satisfy you. Try us and be convinced. Tignor's Grocery 411 Chickasha WHY NOT PUBLISH ITT When you want a fact to "become cenerally known, the right way is to publish It. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, ; Intl., was troubled with belching, sour stomach and frequent headaches. She writes, "I feel it my duty to tell others what Chamberlain's Tablets have done for mo. They have helped my diges tion and regulated my bowels. Since using them I have been entirely well." For sale by all dealers. Adv. d&W "THE DRUG STORE ON THE CORNER" ig the convenient place to purchase everything in the drug and medicine line as well as toilet preparations for milady. Larger, stocks in all departments make this drug store a desirable place to trade. , We will appreciate a call in our new home. Wren Drug Company In Former First National Bank Building. In Business for Your Health. Better Clothes and Furnishings Wall Paper of every kind. Window Glass the largest stock in Gra dy county. We can saye you money. L. Thornton 506 Chickasha Avenue. . y Grady County Express 25 Cents a Year , This great offer is made for an In definite period. We will Bend tho Grady County Express for one full year, to subscribers In Grady county only, on receipt ot only 25 cents. Think of It, the official county paper, rock-ribbed Democratic, with all the local, political and official news every week for 25 cents a year. Come run ning. Remit in coin to - GRADY COUNTY EXPRESS, . Chickasha, Okla. Keep Your Stomach and Liver Healthy , v : - : A vigorous stomach, perfect work ing liver and regular acting bowels Is guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They insure good di gestion, correct constipation and have an excellent tonic effect on the wholo system purify your blood and rid you of all body poisons through the bowels. Only 2."c at your druggist. Adv. d&w Express Want Ads bring results.. Birthstone for October The Opal One of nature's most beautiful gems. Our sel ection of fine Australian and Hungarian Opals will please you. W e have them i n Rings, Brooches, Ear Rings, etc. We invite your critical inspection. FLATAU Jewelry Co. You can do better at Flatau's $25 REWARD To tho person who will find party who broke into the Majestic and stole mov ing picture lens, perfume cones and carbons, condenser, lamps, fuse plugs and damaged entire machine. See S. H. Jones or call at Chickasha Express office. 10-3-31 WEATHER ELSEWHERE. Conditions at 8 a. m., reported bj Western Union Telegraph Co,.' ' Oklahoma. Generally fair. Temperature 60 to 05 Texas. Generally clear to partly cloudy. Temperature ' C7 to 75 IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK. "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better than any other," writes It. E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa.- "I have taken it off and on for years and it has never failed to give the desired results." For sale toy all dealers. Adv. d&w First PuhlishwJ Sptemhr 8, 1914. RM.E OKSURKAUK OK INfilAN LANDS IN Fait tern Oklahoma by United Stat Government. Thers will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at different railroad points in the Choctaw and Chicsasaw Nationa in eastern Oklahoma, from November 16, 19U. to December X, 1914. the surface of approximately 87f.000 acrea of Indian aeirrefratnd coal and asphalt lands, at not leim than certain minimum prices. Una person can purchase not exceeding lfio acres of agricultural or 640 acres of trrazinft lands. Bids may tie sub mitled in person or by mail or by authorised asrenta. Residence on land not required. Terms 9ft per cent can, 2fi per cent within one yrnr and the balance within two years, wilh 5 per cent in terest from (fats of sale. Where houses or other improvementa are located on the lands the same will he sold, with the land, at appraised value. Imnrnvementa to he naid for in full at time of sale. The coal and asphalt underlying these Innda will not be sold with the surface, except where auth(tiaed. Where the coal and aspHn.lt are to bo sold with the surf see dusi'riptlve circu lnrs will so state. Vnr mans and full information communicate wilh the Superintendent for the Five Civilized Tribes, Mnskoiree. tlkmhnms. CATO SKLl-S, Oenimisnioner of Indian Affairs. ..... 8 1U w Personal Mention MIbs Sadie Cobb spent yesterday in Minco with her parents, Sugg theater tonight, "The Boob's Legacy," featuring Bob Leonard. It Joe McDonald of Rush Springs is a business visitor in the city today, William Prince has returned to Tulsa. J. P. Burross of Rush Springs spent yesterday in the city with friends. Get your harness and harness re pairing of Wadsworlh & White. 8-1-tf R. II. Harris of Harlow is a business visitor in the city today. For Sale Three Scotch Collie pups. See Catterall, 1728 South Seventh or phone 740. . 10-1-Gt George Hicks of Rush Springs is a business visitor in the city today. Mrs. Warren Brown of Rya.n visited in the city Saturday. Sugg theater tonight, "Lover's Luck," Keystone comedy. We always know what they are. It J. T. Jones of Sherman, Texas, is vis iting his brother; Scott Jones, in this city. Suits to order, $15 to $35. (Our low rent saves you from $5 to $10.) Voyles, Tailors, 407 Kansas avenue. It Chas. Zimmerman of Verden is a business visitor in the city today. The ladies of the Episcopal church will serve an old fashioned chicken pie dinner at the Dugan building, Thursday, October. 8. . l3-3t Mrs. Delia Connally of El Reno is in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harris. Miss Heart Zimmerman of Tuttle was the guest of Chickasha friends Satur day. , Money to lend on farms and Chicka sha property. See or phone Harden Koche Mortgage Co., 10-1-1 mo Suits cleaned, pressed, altered ,and rellned. Phone 414. , Voyles, 407 Kan bis avenue. , ,,, ( Sugg theater tonight. "The Rock of Hope." Seacoast drama in two parts. 10-5-lt Voyles Tailors have "bought the very latest and highest priced machinery for their new cleaning plant, including a 1915 steam press. This press has the shaped hick and presses all gar ments Into the natural body shape (in stead of flatlike the old models.) Nothing like it in Chickasha. It Mrs. Johnnie Johnson has returned to Comanche after a visit to friends in this city. Roy English, plumbing aid heatlnrf contractor. Phone 341. 4-1-tt Always Awake to Your Needs This is rei illy a first class drug store -everything kept jp-to-the-minute-in every depart ment, whether it be Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Stationery, etc And at this particular time our Fountain is featuring THE CLEVEREST LUNCHES IMAGINABLE "Tailor-made" Sandwiches the memory lingers. Owl Drug Store Phone 126. Lunches Daintily prepared, either hot or cold AT ALL TIMES Why walk home when we are so convenient? The Public Drug Co. BASEBALL SCORE Every Day, Phone 187. Free Delivery B. H. Gadd has gone to Slloam Springs, Ark., to 'attend to some busi ness matters. Sugg theater tonight. Don't fail to see our show. It is a winner. 1t C. A. McNabb, county farm agent. has returned from Oklahoma City, where he had charge of the Grady county exhibit at the fair. Lady's diamond ring, very tasty size stone, which I was Informed cost $13.", will sell same for $105. Give time if satisfactorily secured. Phone 777. 10-2-3t George McCowan, who has 'been the guest of friends in Chickasha, return ed yesterday to his home in Rush Springs. - CUT FLOWERS. Fine carnations and roses now In stock. C2 outh Fifth street, Chicka sha Green House. Phone 48. 10-3.-3t Mrs. Lora Stephenson and children of Minco are viBiting Mrs. Hy DuBose for a few days. BULBS THAT BLOOM. Sacred lilies .tulips, hyacinths, nar cissus, 'best grade. Chickasha Green House, 628 South Fifth street. Phone No. 48. 10-3-3t Hy DuBose, manager of the local Ford company, has returned from a business trip to Oklahoma City. , CUT FLOWERS. Fine carnations and roses now in stock. G28 South Fifth street, Chicka sha Green House. Phone 48. 10-3-3 1 Mrs. Alice Granlee and Miss Nell Granlee have returned to Tulsa, after a visit to relatives and friends in this city. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they canno4, reach the diseased portion of the ear. Then Is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucous lining; of the Eusta chian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing;, and when it Is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the in flammation 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 condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall'i Catarrh Cure. Kend for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Pold by DruKBlsts, 76c. Take Hall a Family Pills for constipation. Free Delivery. Mrs. R. T. Tye has returned from a visit in Oklahoma City. r f BULBS THAT BLOOM. Sacred lilies ,tulips, hyacinths, nar cissus, best grade. Chickasha Green llouse, C28 South Fifth street. Phone No. 48. 10-3-3t C. K. White has returned from a short visit in Fort Worth. Victor Stevens of Oklahoma City is spending the day in Chickasha with friends. BULBS THAT BLOOM, Sacred lilies .tulips, hyacinths, nar cissus, best grade. Chickasha Green House, 628 South Fifth street. Phone No. 48. . 10-3-3t Mrs. W. A. Bunnell of Decatur, Tex as, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bun nell. All owners of automobiles desiring to enter the parade will please call at Owsley's jewelry store' and register, thus securing their paraden umber. 10-r,-2t CUT FLOWERS. Fine camalions and. roses now !n stock. 628 South Fifth street, Chicka sha Green House. Phone 48. 10-3-3t SMITH BRINGS HOME RIBBONS The eleven head of lack slock exhib ited "by W. E. Smith of the Union Hill jack fiirra at the state fair, romped away with the grand champion prize, four first prizes and three second prizes, placing Grady county at the top In this line. . Names of the winners are as fol lows : Grand champion, "Highball;" first prize, one year old, "Billy Sun day;" second prize, one year old, "Ty ler Bill;" first prize, under one year, "Lee Rector;" first Jennet, "Patrician; second jennet, "Nannie Bell;" the best herd, jack and tour Jennets under three years old was also won by the Union Hill entries, while they took second on the best herd over four years. IS ARRESTED ON FORGERY CHARGE Joe Thorny son,, deputy sheriff, re turned this morning from Ardmore with Jess Williams, who Is being re turned to this county on a charge of forgery. It is said that he was entire ly too careless in writing the name of C B. Campbell, also that of his sister to certain checks. iSome of the Campbell checks, it Is said, were cashed by S. A. Glotfelter, hardware merchant of Verden and member of the board of county com missioners. Williams Is now In jail awaiting his preliminary hearing. COMMISSIONERS MEET. The county commissioners of Grady county are today in session at the court house with all members present except Sell Pursley. General routine business was taken up, the monthly ac counts audited and allowed. A num ber of bridges are under considera tion also. The session will continue all day and probalily part of tomorrow morning. M In all the newest designs and patterns always displayed at the RON-TON MILLINERY The Opal, the October Birthstone contains Water, presents a pe- culiar play, of colors of delicate tints and is highly esteemed a a gem. Its Symbol is Hope and if you are looking for a suitable birthday present, inspect our Opals, we have them set- in many different designs and in articles for a wide variance of of purposes. We know that the prices will please you and that the gift will please the recipient. Why Not Buy Our Children's Shoes? We make a specialty of Footwear for children, and at the present time havethe best selected stock we have ever carried. I Boys' Bootee Shoea, made S1 with wearproof soles, aiaea . . $3.00 Youths' Bootee Shoea, Good year Welt, wear- & O Cfl proof Bolt , 1 to 2, at 4) Z a d U For Miaiea and Children, we have the latest last and patterns, including the Billy Burks that is a trifle narrower than MaryJane made in patent leather, turn soles with cloth top; a beautjf ul shoe for dress wear, frO CH sizes 11 to 2, at . P.UU NOT A CHANCE To be dissatisfied if you order your meat from Russell1 8 CASH MEAT MARKET Phone 232 "Folks with cash trade at Russells" Motorcycle and Bicycle Repairing Promptly Dons Call us, we'll be there. Agents Harley-Davidson Motorcycle TUCKER BROS. 312 Kansas Ave. Phone 89 CHICHESTER S PILLS 'I'lIE DIAMOND BRA NIK Jl IoUU'nI Ahk your uriittirtM for-i lil-ehes-Utr a IHumond rand IIU in Kvd ami Uuld mrtalliAV bouts, waled with Ulue Ribbon. Take no other. Itiijr of yvor " DmtfirHt. At,k for H M !l H-TFB S DIAMOND It KAN II I U.N, i r lift years known as Best, Safct. Always Reliable SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Open Day and Night Best food well cooked, well served. Fred's Chop House Is a good place to eat. 3rd door west of P. O. n e r y