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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919 PAGE NINE BIIIIIM 10 Gas Bags in First Big Race Since War Dayi 4 We have 200 pounds o goodr- v RI NO COFFEE actual 50c value offered on First Monday at 40c A POUND , Crescent Grocery V $1.00 Off, on all BOYS' SUITS With Two Pairs of Pants. X The Famuos Many Special Attrac tions to be Found at THE FAIR ON DOLLAR DAY See Ad Elsewhere in Saturday's Express 55 Pairs of, Patent Leather SHOES $3.00 ' '.' Ppr Pa.fr 1 , '. ' " These shoes arein good condition and a very good buy IMC GAMCt-(ASHCA f CLOTHINO CO IMc 316 HUM, Aj.X OU. I Chickasha Merchant $1.00 DAY GARVEY'S $1.00 DAY OUTINGS Good weight, light and dark colors at - 21c BLACK TAFFETA SILK 100 yards, 36 Inches, good wolght black taf feta at 51.69 . SILK POPLIN 36 inch width, all colors at $1.00 CRASH TOWELING 500 yards good heavy crash toweling at 18o BOYS OVERALLS Sizes 5 to IS, good heavy bluo denim at $1.15 Quisenberry's We are in business to please our customers. We sell for one price and cash. On Dollar Day, Monday, Octol er 6th, we offer fl.00 off on all ladies dresses, costs and suits. Quisenberry's Reasonable Reliabla ONE DOLLAR " , Buys Dinner for Two at the Metropolitan Cafe (Next to McFarland Cafe) ON MONDAY, OCTOBER SIXTH A GOOD PLACE TO EAT . , Dunias & Pasalis - When in town Monday make bur store your headquarters A complete line of Cold Drinks, Toil et Articles, Drugs, etc. OWL DRUG STORE V Big Bargain j)Ar BLANKETS jr. pink and bluo chock ed l'arge size cotton blankots at I $4.08 BEST OIL CLOTH Iu dark faicy patterns at . 39- BATH TOWELS 150 good woignt Turkish towels at 27c WORK SHIRTS Men's good weftjht chambray work shirts, 14 1-2 to 17 at - 953 BOYS' WORK SHIRTS Iu grey ami bluo chambray at . g,-,0 - $1.00 OFF, on each and every $20.00 purchase Monday, October Cth, First Monday Sa.es Day. , Jjtjt, Hallum Mercantile Co. MITCHELL'S Dollar Day always brings the crowds Our business shows a wonderful in crease each month. SEE WINDOW MITCHELL'S Jeweler i - For Anything in the, Drug- Line Brownson Drug Store The Rexall Store Day BARGAINS Dollar Day Is our Advertising Day. Wo feci that our prices are the best advertising that wo can do. We have so many bargains for Monday that spaco forbids us nam ing all of them. Before you buy call at TIgnor's, TIG NOR & S EATON 411 Chickashu Avo. , Phono 83 Many New Bargains , They all come in for day at OWSLEY'S F Jewelcry Store y" , Don't mias this one ' ) One dozen Communion Rolls f . j Two pana Plain Rolls One loaf Pullman Bread Only 50 Cents ' MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th These will all bo hot from oven and baked in our strictly sanitary bakery. Federal System of ' Bakeries ONE DOLLAR OFF on the first $10.00 purchase to eacli customer and 50 cents oft on eac.l 1 10.00 purchaso thereafter. MONDAY, OCT. 6 CHALFANT'S Do jou realize what a sivinj this w; ! be on that new st.;vo ;oi me g'.:.i; to buy? St. Louis, Oct. 1. Ten balloonlsts somo of them former army and na vy rilorM ere ready for the start ad 4:30 this afternoon In open charu plonsulp distance contest. The race Is the first open balloon! event since war days. With bags especially constructed, for today's event, pilots predicted: freely the ruco meant a shattering of! national and international balloon rec-l ords. Alba Hawley, Now York City, preside ilc of tuo Aoro Club ot Amer lea id present holder ot the national and International distance balloon record, lie travelled 14,500 wiles from St. Louis in 1909. The race is for a first prize of $500. Tv other prucs also will be award ed by the Missouri Aeronaut ieat So ciety, which Is directing the event. Rules of the Aoro Club of Amorlca will govern. The balloons are of 80, 0110 cubic feet capacity. Pilots will lie provided with togs, which they will be instructed to drop at Intervals, allowing a closo chock up on tho race's progross. . The official list of contestants an nounced today by Major Bond Lam bort director ot arrangements fol lows: Cart. Elmer G. JTarschuetz, St. Louis; Capt. Carl W. Dammann, Wi chita, Kan., Ernest S. Cole, St. Louis, John S. McKlhben, St. Louis; O. L. Rumbaugh, Indianapolis; H, B. Ho noywell, Kansas City; Ralph Upson, Akron, Ohio; William Assman, St. Louis; Paul J. McCullough, St. Louis and Warren Rasor, Brookville, Ohio. U. S. Subs Better Than Hun U-Boat Washington, Oct. 1. Tests con ducted by the navy department show that the much-praised German cruis ing submarines wero Inferior in effi ciency to American vessela ot the same class. Tba enemy craft had loss spoed abovo und below water, and had a smaller cruising radius. Tho host of fivo German subma- c 1 rineH ltrnuirlit. to ihn TTntturt Mhitnpi for the Victory Liberty Loan cam paign was used in making tho com parison tho U-lll, built at Kiol in 1918. In competition with It was tho S-3, built at Portsmouth In 1918. The maximum speed developed by tho U-lll was 13.8 knots, while the S-3 made 12.4. The TJ-llt can cruise 8,500 miles nt 11 knots compared with a radius of 10,000 miles at 11 knots, of which tho S-3 is capable. Roth tioats can carry 13 torpedoes. Tho U-lll mounts two .4-Inch gunn, while the S-3 carries ono, in accord ance with the navy department's practice. Tho U-lll la congestod and compli cated. Tho S-3 ia comparatively "roomy" mid jnucli slmpller In de sign, i , . V Lindsay Proposes i to Pave Streets; 1 Building Sewers Lindsay, Okla., Oct. 2. A move ment to pave soveral blocks of Lind say streets Is now being promoted by tho local Chamber of Commerce. Tho plan will bo submitted to the property owners of Lindsay ut a spo cial meeting; ot the Commercial club, , to he held Monday, October 5. A number of speakers, including several contractors, havo been issued invi tations to attend the meeting. Lindsay now ha3 under construc tion a $-"2,000 sewer system, and ar rangements are now being made to spend $75,000 to increase tho ca pacity of tho municipal water plant. It Is probable, according la Cocil C. Colbert, secretary ot tho Lindsay chamber of commerce, that t.hia amount will bo spent by extending mains' to tho Washita river, where ' an adequate amount of water can be procured. ' - Tho demand for water In Lindsay, according to city officials, will be in creased by Uio installation ot the sewer system. , An Agreeable Surprise "About threo years ago when I was suffering from a severe cold on my lungs and coughed mo.st ot the time night and day, I tried a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was surprised at tho promptness with which it gava mo relief," writes Mrs. James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Many another has been surprised and pleased with the prompt relief afford ed by this remedy. Dn umi. rpnd the TV tint .iilHllililiiiiilOn!! 'Ads for. bargain "