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CHICK ASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, - AT THE; Lunch Dovi?n lovOn BOYS ages, "TAKE HER A H. J. BROWNSON Store Free Delivery. Phone 27. First Nat'l Bank Bldg. We Have Moved To the Stein building, form erly occupied by Callaway's, and will be pleased to have you call and tee our line of Pianos Musical Instruments, Accesso ries, etc. Also a full line of Books, Sta tionary, Office Supplies, Fine China, etc. GADD'S Music and Book Store. Phone 575. Chickasha Subscribe for tie Daily Express. A Brilliant Demonstration in Style, Leadership and great val ue giving in Ladies7 Suits, Coats, Dresses and Millinery. mm mi If vM If t mm m mr i muT j m M J S m m B L, ,-.. . , ,4 I It will be a pleasure to make our store the place to lunch and then the convenience is something to be con sidered. All the best lunches hot or cold and served in the best possible manner. Don't forget the new Whitman Chocolates are here in all size pack- BOX TONIGHT." J If your child starts in its Bleep, grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks at the nose, had a bad "breath, fickle appetite, pale complexion, and dark rings under the eyes; it has worms; and as along as they remain in the in testines, that child will l)e sickly. White's Cream Vermifuge clears out the worms, strengthens the stomach and (bowels and puts the little one on the road to hqalHi and cheefulness. Price 2."c per .bottle. Sold by Owl Drug Store. Adv. d&w Trades Parade Yes, it will be here on October 8, at 2 p. m. The big Trades Parade, and you will mlBS something if you're not on the grounds. Rest room provided for the out of town people Makn yourselves at home. 10-1-0 .Tickling in the throat, hoarseness, loss of voice, indicate the need of Hal lard's Horsehound Syrup. It eases the lungs, quiets the cough and restores health in the bronchial tubes. Prices 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Owl Drug Store. Adv. d&w We have specialized this season as never before, on this class of merchandise. The matarials, pres ented for your decis ion are Broadcloth, Poplin, Serge, Gaber dine, Cheviot, Wale and Corded Fabrics. Charming new Silk Waists just received hi TONIGHT PICTURES "THE ItOCK OP HOPE" in memory of the schooner Hope wrecked here December 24, 1882. A drama of the seacoast in two parts. "THE VARSITY RACE" In two parts, with Irving Cumminga and Muriel O'Brien. "LOVER'S LUCK" Fatty is" with us today. Keystone Comedy. "THE BOOB'S L10GACY" Featuring Hob Leonard and Ella Hall. The Boob makes good use of the snob's coin. "Cosh, I did not know ther was that milch money in the world.' Wo all know Hob Leonard. Don't forget tomorrow is the 'Trey 0' Hearts." Hotter than ever. Matinee 2:30 to 5 p. ra. Show on at night 7:15 to 11. Our pictures are always good. Noth ing too good for our patrons. 5c--10c LIBRARY BULLETIN. Liorary hours. Open from 2to 6 and from 7 to 9 p. m. Children's Book. Allen Navy Hlue. Barbour Kiugsford, quarter; On Your Mark; The Spirit of the School; Benton's Venture. , Brooks A Hoy of the First Empire; Master of the Strong Heart; Son of the Revolution. Deland Alan Rensford; Katruna Malvern; Oaklcigh; Successful Ven ture. Dodge Donald and Dorothy; Land of Pluck; New Baby World; Cal Stories. Otis Amateur Fireman; At the Siege of Quebec; Boys of Fort Schuy ler. Sidney Little Peppers Midway. Munroe Derrick Sterling; Dory- mates. Monroe For the Mikado; The Painted Desert; Raftinates; Ready Rangers; Through Swamp and Glade White Conquerors, Scudder The Bodleys Telling Stor ies; The Bodleys on Wheels; The Bod JiMr 4 Mr ml I&kw Play Houses Loo for the Word It Spells Good Show. Some show today. Our picture pro gram today can't be beat and our vaudeville is nifty. Our show has the variety. Vaudeville. The Dliiistan Duo in keen comedy and harmony singing. They put their Jokes over. See them. Photoplays. r i ( I MARY PICKFORD In "LOVK AMONG THE! ROSES" "HEARST- SELIO WAR NEWS" Showing the obstruction near Ter mond; Belgians on Uhlan hunt; Frest concealed entrenchments; torn up streets and roadways; soldiers near Lorraine and Belgium awaiting attack at Malines, .also Beven other Interesting subjects of the world. Don't miss this one. "THE COOK NEXT DOOR" ; It's a Lu'bin comedy. En.uf sed. "HE WANTED WORK." ' -- ." ; .. V ,.' Did he get it? CoW and see. Good music. 5c::: 10c Coming Tuesday, "Broncho Billy." leys Afoot; Mr. Bodley Abroad; The English Bodley Family; The Viking Bodleys.. ., Smith Arabella , and , Aramunta Stories; Lovable Tales of Janey, Josey and Joe; Stories of Peter and Ellen. Stoddard Battle of N. Y.; Chris, the Model Maker; Chumley Post; Crowd ed Out O' Crowfleld; Dab Kinzer; Ged Granger; Guert Ten Eyck; The Noauks Log. Stoddard On the Old Frontier; The Quartet; Red Mustang; Red Patriot Saltillo Boys; The White Cave; Win ter Fun. i Holbrook Hiawatha Primer; three copies. . Grover Sunbonnet Balbles; two copies; Overall Boys; two copies. Stevenson Child's Garden of Verses, two copies; Boy Dene and His Friends. Blaisdell Child Life In Many Lands; Child Life la Tale and Fable; Child Life Primer. Coffin Boys of '76. Mulock Adventures of a Brownie, two copies. Tomlinson Boys of Old Monmouth Boys of Old Hickory; Stories of the Revolution; Washington's Young Aids Coolidge Cross Patch; Eyebright; Guernsey Lily; la the High Vallqy; Clover. Seton T all of tne Sand Hill Stag; Wild Animals ut Home. , Adult Fiction. Allen Mettle of the Pasture. Anonymous The Gold Fish; One Year of Pierrot. Deland Awakening of Helena Richie; The Iron Woman. HowelU A Foregone Conclusion; A Modern Instance, James Portrait of a Lady. Johnson-The Professor and the Petticoat. .' Palmer The Last Shot. Tompkins Pleasures and Palaces. Bower, Flying U. Ranoh. Grayson Adveulures in Content ment; The Friendly Road. Lynde, Hon. Senator Sage-brush. Martin,' Barnabetta. . Norris, The Treasure (author . of Mother.) Tarklngton, Pehrod. ' Butler, The Jack-knife Man. Cameron, The Golden Rulo Dolliven Conrad, Chance. Cooper, The Spy, two copies. Crockett, Sandy. Dalrymple, Diane of the Green Van. Farnol, The Money-moon. Gould, Felicia's Folks. Felicia Visits. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For United States Senator THOMAS PRYOR GORE. For Congress, Sixth District SCOTT FERRIS. For Governor ROBERT L. WILLIAMS. . For Lieutenant Governor M. E. TRAPP. For Secretary of State J. L. LYONS. For State Auditor E. B. HOWARD. For Attorney General S. P. FREELING. For State Treasurer W. L. ALEXANDER. For State Superintendent R. H. WILSON. For Examiner and Inspector FRED PARKINSON. For Chief Mine Inspector ED BOYLE. For Commissioner of Charities W. D. MATTHEWS. For Insurance Commissioner A. L. WELCH. For Pres. Board of Agriculture FRANK GAULT. For Corporation Com. A. P. WATSON. For Clerk Supreme Court WM. M. FRANKLIN. For District Mine Inspector WM. T. WILLIAMS. THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. County Judge R. E. DAVENPORT. County Attorney J. H. VENABLE. Sheriff. HODGE BAILEY. County Clerk F. P. ' BRADLEY. Court Clerk S, L. NEWMAN. County Weigher LEE McREYNOLDS. County Treasurer H. N. MULLICAN. County Assessor - JOE DEWS. County Superintendent MOMAN H. SHEPARD. County Surveyor H. A. CRANWELL. County Commissioners Northern District W. A. BRYANT. Central District: J. A. ROBINSON. Southern District: J. A. CORZINE. State Senator THOS. J. O'NEILL. Representatives BERT JACKSON. L. N. BARBEE. 4- Hannay, (Birmingham,) Gen. John Regan. Hopkins, Burbury Stoke. Jepson, The Terrible Twini. Lee, The Taste of Apples. London, John Barleycorn. Lcoke, The Fortunate Youth. Austin, The Loely Lady. Bennett, The Price of Love. White The First Step. Rubber Constantly In Demand, Semi-official estimates made In In dia of the world's production of rub ber for several years to come lndi cate a constant Increase, passing 200,- 000 tons in 1910, but never equaling the demand. PLANS FOR AN IDEAL CITY Remarkable Project That Hat Bean Undertaken by an Internatlanal Organization. An idealistic project on a vast scale has recently been launched by an International organization known as the World Conscience society. The de tails and plan were conceived and per fected after ten years of altruistic la bor and study on the part of Hendrik Christian Anderson, an American- Scandinavian sculptor ' residing In Rome, assisted by sculptors, artists, engineers, architects, and scientists. and has for Its object the establish ment of an Ideal world city where all International activities are to have t.Vielr home and inspiration. This pro ooed international city "Is to be city of light, health, wide avenues, parks, playgrounds, fountains, lagoons and noble buildings. It is to be a city without slums, a city of efficiency, convenience and beauty. Not only In structure, plan and equipment will it be an Ideal city, but It Is Intended to become the Intellectual, artistic, and practical International capital of the world; a clearing houBe for the vari ous social, cultural, scientific and po litical aspirations of humanity. As designed It will cover some ten square miles of ground." The estimated cost of creating such a city, according to the author of the plan, would pot be over $100,000,000. Numerous places have been mentioned for the site of such a city, such as the Dutch coast. near The Hague; the Riviera, near Cannes; Turveren, n?ar Brussels; St Germ'ain-on-Laye, near Paris; the Mar mora coast, near Constantinople; the lRthmus of Fanama, and recently the island of Cuba. Particular Clothes For PARTICULAR Men Garments with a dash of spice; and yet maintaining that quiet tone that is the prevailing note in Men's Fall Clothing. These requirements are fully met in this 'season's "High Art" Models . Add to this the high grade hand tailoring, the su perior linings and trimmings, the smartness, the "tang" of the finished garment and you have a suit that will fit and please you now -and be a continuous pleasure throughout its long life. Grades at $15.00 $20.00, $25.00 and up I" We are real anxious to show you. III U! rr Quick Fires Even Baking Meals on Time Cool Kitchen Economy of Chickasha Gas & 421 Chickasha Ave. 1 L L imn m m m i it i ; : , is U'J ?i m AMILTON'S You'll like our Cleaning and Pressing a little better. Promptness is our watchword, too. AUTO DELIVERY, PHONE 195 Your Fall Cold Needs Attention. No use to fuss and try to wear it out. .It will wear you out instead. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, relief follows quickly. It checks your cold and soothes your cough away. Pleas ant, antiseptic and healing. Children like it. Get a i"0c bottlo of Dr. Kind's New Discovery and keep It in the house. , "Our family Cough and Cold Doctor," writes Lew 1b Chanilierlain Manchester, Ohio. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Adv. d&w WANT HOME3 FOR CHILDREN. The United Charities want horae3 for two girls, aged 6 and 12, and two boys, aged 8 and 10. Hoth tioyB and girls are said to be very beautiful and attractive children. Owing to un fortunate conditions their parents can not care for them and it is deHtrod to place them where thoy will be treated well and educated though not adopted. If necessary, the charity society will bear part of the expends of clothing them. Any one Interested should com municate with some officer of the so ciety or report to the headquarters at the city hall. j MARK I SAVE TIME SAVE WORK SAVE MONEY SAVE WORRY An Acorn Gas Range WILL DO IT No Stooping No Lifting No Kindling No Coal Fuel No Ashes Electric Company Phone 100 v 4-4 4 READ THI8, PLEASE. For months ana months a no tice has been running In the Express requesting readers to report social Items to Phone 7D before Friday noon. The instructions to the society ed itor are to accept no Items for Saturday's paper after that hour unless they concern hap penings on Friday afternoon or evening. In spite of this re quest in numerous instances reports on events (Occurring early in the week are phoned to the reporter on Frldayi afternoon. The rule adopted' is not an arbitrary one, out is made necessary by the mechan ical arrangements of the news paper plant Our readers will confer a great favor by kindly hoedlnR It Editor. They reacb lima Express all the people all tbe Want Ads.