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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10,', 1919.
ersonal 1 Mention Mrs. J. II. White has from a visit In Wichita. returned I make no commission charge on city loans. John Hanklns, phono 4 17. 9-lit Coming, Charles Hay in "Bill Hen ry," a Paramount picture. Sugg to morrow, it Norton's Comedians' in "The Girl from Laramie," at the Sugg tonight. Waterman's Ideal and Wahl Tem point fountain pens, none better, Brownson's. g-2t Miss Alma Jackson returned yes terday from a visit with friends iu Lawton. If you need a fountain pen, coma and see our line we can suit you. BrowiiBon's. U-L't See our line of fountain pens, Wat erman's Ideal and Wahl Tempoint, Brownson's. 9-2t I Fox Suiifhino comedy a Self ! Made Lady, Kozy today. It I Mrs. Fred Jackson is seriously ill j at the Jackson homo, cornor Fourth street and Colorado avenue, It was reported tills morning. Laugh your cares away. See that Fox Sunshino comedy, Kozy today. Dr. J. A. Anderson, local dentistj has gone to the Mayo Sanitarium, Rochester, Minn., where he will take treatment. We make correct glasses. Examina tion free. Minnett Optical Co., COS Blue Bird feature at the Kozy to- ,,,, ,f iiiiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiih Now tolephone directory goos to lShort Stories press Oct. 1st, 1 9 1 0. For changes In J f . 1 f- youv listings call at manager's of-, O Lild I CiTDTl io-6t ' For skin eruptions, raBli, chafed A luzy no-account fooling with Blcin, prickly heat, chiggor bites and yawning ami sleepiness in the day stings Hit poisonous Insocts, Ballard's Mine Is caused by a torpid liver and lice. Phone 1200. William, Reinheimer returned yes terday from a visit with relatlvos In Amurillo, Tex. j 1 :.' I,-!;-,,-. '- - ' 'Miss -Freda Thompson of Oklaho- j m;i City is" expected in the city to morrow for a visit" of , several days with Mrs. Clarence II. Garrett, dep uty county clerk. First National Bank Bldg. Custer's Thursday. Last Fight at Don't miss it. the D-6t Kozy It Harold Sanders returned yester day from a visit with friends in Ok lahoma City, lloldenville and Hen ryetta. Manipliono, the "Music motors of phonographs," special demonstration Thursday and Friday come. Owl Drug store. 9-2t New teiephono directory goes to press Oct. 1st, 1919. For changes In your listings call at manager's of fice. Phono 1200. 10-6t Now telephone directory goos to press Oct. 1st, 1919. For' changes In your listings call at manager's of fice. Phone 1200. 10-tit FOR RUNT 4 room house at 616 N. 2nd St. Phono 33. 10 lit Major Antlo Home. Major II. C."Antle, having been discharged from the medical corps oi ine army alter two years or ser vice, has returned to his home In Chlckasha. He will resume practice here. Major Antle spent one year in Europe. Snow Liniment Is an effective appll cation. It heals quickly. Three sizes 30c, (iOc and $1.20 per bottlo. Sold by Wren Drug Co. d&w adv. Lunch counter at Savoy hotol will be ready lii a low dya. ;' , 'S-Gt disordered bowels. Horblne Is a splendid remedy for such allmonts. 't clcunsrs the systom and rostoros vim and activity. Price, 60c. Sold by Wren Drug Co. d&w adv. NOTICE We have added another mm cle dellvory van to our equij and are glad to announce tlia fliall be able to give hotter service ) give our custi I Hamilton's CUu Trjr 'Wunl Adit toi misuli u I.KT KXritRMH W.Vl A US i'llAT ARTICLE VOK VOCI. POLICE CIRCLES QUIET Yesterday was a quiet day In city police circles. One arrest was hiudo. The lone arrest was made by La ther Cox, traffic officer, who arrow ed L. Larson on a charge of exceed ing the speed limit. The case has not been tried. Gas and electric bills are due and payablo at the company's office on Compile change of program at or before the 10th. Unless paid th FOR SALE One sow and two guilts; thoroughbreds at Cigar Von der. 10-3t the Sugg -tonight. It Have you beard 'the Manlphone? i Special demonstration by factory ex- Monroe Salisbury in Hands Down at the Kozy today. Its a Blue Bird. Do you like music? Come to Manl phone demonstration Thursday and Friday. Owl Drug store. 9-2t The first screen-play starts prompt ly at 7:1", the first stage-play begin ning at 8:15. Sugg theater tonight. Spocial for this week; satin, and serge dresses $21.50. Walk up stairs save $5. Nesbitt Style Shop. 2-Ct. "The Girl from Laramie," a semi westorn comedy drama showing wliere the west beats the east. Pre sented by Norton's Comedians. Sugg tonight. It pert Thursday and Friday invited. Owl. -you are 9-2t Thoda Bara In a William Fox pro duction, "The Serpont," Sugg to night. It vVinU-r wIm soon be here Fe nice, warm rooms for rent at Bon Air, 2nd and Kansas; steam heat and bath. Mrs. N- M. Peters, Trop. 3-Ct Wm. Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Griffin, will leave tomorrow for Norman, where he will enter school. service may be discontinued without further notice. 9.5 1 A teacher in the O. C. W. desires to rent any or all of the following lor the echool year: Piano, gas stove, refrigerator, dining ' table, 8 dining chairs, 3 small gas stoves, 4 sanitary couches, two dressers or dressing tables. If you desire to rent any of the above, placed whore they will receive the best of care, phone or leave your address at Gadd's Book Store, before Friday j noon. -v l0-2t ' ' u.i;T, A cross, sickly baby suffering from digestive troubles and looseness of the bowels needs McGee's Baby Elix ir. Just What She Needed "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets some time ago and thoy proved to be Just what I needed," writes Mrs. Volta Baukson, Chilli cothe. Mo. "They not only relieved mo of indigestion but toned up my liver and rid me of backache and dizziness that I had been subject to for some time. Thoy did me a world of good and I will always speak a good word for them." d&w adv. FREDERICK P. BAILEY TEACHER OF EXPRESSION Pupil Miss Linnell, Boston School Expression; graduate Cumnock School Oratory, Northwestern Univer sity; post-graduate department pub- It checks the. bowels, eases the nc speaking and dramatic art, North easter's Thursday. Last Fight at the Bring the children. stomach and restores, healthy condi- orn Indiana University. Kozy tions. Price, 35c and 60c. Sold by For information phone Mrs. it wren urug co. a&w auv 1 n Collier 691 W. '''" THErcar witfiltwo or three or fourdifferentbrands of lire 3 reflects, on thd owner's ability to buy judiqiously. Peoplewho'try Firestone Gray Sidewall Tires are no longer in theranksof the tire doubters. They know that at leasf one make of tires has more miles of year. (Theylknow that the name Firestone carries assur ance nd that the tires are unir formly good.. - -.'? - jlJVH'-' f -t t.! i.,.'.Vr'-V,-' -s .' 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