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fAOt TWO CHICKASHA OA'LY CXPfttlS, CHICKAIHA, OKLAHOMA, PHI DAY, AUGUST 12, 1t. M"Htt IP ersonal jjention FOR IlENT-J imfin-hed room with sleeping iiorrh "u Colorado, 31-St. $ THE CITY'S SOUL ly LYDIA LION ROilRTI. V TEXANS WILL SEE NUMBER OF GREAT . SHOWS THIS YEAR Amuitmtnt Profcvsm of Stata Fair of Tti High In Standard and Varitty, T. P. Ilinton, Kilt! HK 1 1 ii 11,1'.. Otilnr mid Tom RII17, of well' in tlin illy today, tram lniiii('t mill vlnlilng wild Tli liil'-Nt damn ri'i'iinlH. limn ulrk mii Vliimlii, uwHli'y', II'JI. ITti Itoil !Uat".i Hum aim tub, Why tiiKn rhinites. An Ii M. Ilruwu A'X Kiitixu uvi'liin'. 4"M!Uf Mm. It. ('. V)ill', of Aniulark IMti',l fHi'iiilH In I'lilrliiiHlm tuiluy. Vlttrohis Iry'K. to fjJJ.iio. Ow lint. Mr. JI. It, Tmo and daughter, J'nitirlH, ril in ncil ji'Hli'rdny ufd-r- liimn frniii ii n extended visit with n liiiivi'H iiiul friends In Kjiiihuh 'Hy rliiiiiK" 'Hid points In WlHiuiiKln llig Second Hand bargains (it Fer rill'a Second Hand More, ll'l South "id Htrect. Dollar lmn Kalo next yeik. Sco adv. In Want .Section. 8 Ot Mr. nml Mm. It. 1. Snyder, of Snyder, Okla.. were vIhIIois lu ClilikuB'ja yesterday nfternon. liny your needs at Ferrell'a second Hand atore. Dollar duwu sale next week. Sue adv. In Wunt Section. 8-6 1. Mr. and Mrs. I). K. Emerson and Mm. It. N. Brown, Mrs. Emerson's mother have returned from a visit to Plait National park, near Sull lilmr. Vt'unted to trado for city property, n good paying business, well located lu Clilckanha. Address Opportunity, euro Daily Express. 11-4L Mth. D. L. Dowd, of Shawnee, vis ited friends lu ChlcknHliujJjgay. ' Von will find tho I.w -t and best assortment of high r cigars, cigarettes and tobaccos at Freid lander & McKuo's. . 10-2L Gas and electric bills are duo and payable ut tho company i .Ice on or before tho 10th. Unless paid the service may be discontinued with out further notice. 12-4t. You'll have to glvo It to thora. They have tho coldest Ilud and best lino ot anndwlches at Frledlundor & Mcllao's. 10-2t. Miss Lola lienton, an employe of the Southwestern Dell Telephone company, sustained a fractured arm when she fell to tho floor of a filiating ring here. If you will drink IJudweiser and Texas Carlsbad Mineral water, they will pay your doctor bill at Freid lander & Meltae's. 10-2t F. E. Elliott, who has been In CUickasha tho past week, returned to Wichita Falls yesterday. Mr. Elliott expects to return to Chick asha some time next week. He plans to make his home here. You can get a cold glass of Dud weiser and a square meal for 20c at Freidlander & McHae's. 10-2t, B. C. Garvey, of the Garvey Bros, ptore here, has purchased t,ho Fred IT. Hamilton home, C28 Idaho avenue. Mr. Hamilton and family expect to leave soon for an overland trip to California. Wanted to trado for city property, a good paying business, well located in Chickasha. Address Opportunity, care Daily Express. 10-4t. , life Oil, bjr Mct'lur twiir Syndicate) I ''My aoul, I.ottlw, plaintively mocked ; Krunk, "jou'ra a plcanuot ai a tilla ! turd. hut lu the world Is tha mil- 1 t.-r with u lately!" "1 Kiicx It' my foul, Lot t la rf Ti-tnns nr known tha world over ni piled ruefully. "I've lost It jyiue. ' flrmTUwubt U tiolaiiiiit aimineim-nt. lici-t. Klin' miming tbf TiiiiHy Tha population of ilia Htuie, living as lliioiiuli th grippe furgiitteu I II does In) un environment tn ea hit hud U ul. 1 think It has tmnaifl brood inliiilvdnana iiiiJ ilii drowned lu the dlahpau." , tflopa muxa lliti-lllie urn. given favor Frank viutihed her un aha nervoua- to Kood prudiicilona In a way that ly got Hie children ready fur acliuul, ! no duiilit aa to tliHr feellnaa a m on led frown betueeii lir utuully i This yr Texana will huvo full up merry l.rowu -yea. portiinlty to display their Inva for ilia "Xo, 1 dnu't want any mora break- tmH. fur ih iimimcan-iit program of funt," LottlH auld. aa be waited fur Hiale Fulr of Texan and Interna- ber to nit oppoMt him. "I don't f-l ,l"nal Kxpoalilon-Oi I. 8 lo 23-haa hungry Ttel j 1 Juxl feel cio." J"1" ''' announced and brliin (0 "LUtfii, tleur," auld Frank brlfkly llhl mm of laiallnn tbow a he ifui in. io net hla ovrreoul. "I'm of ""' fonnltf will inuka Ameika'a going to ghif iu a and 1 wuui ou Kf"1"" F"lr. to UMi 1(1 to llml your unil. Wln u i "Smlb-a of 1921" will kid off the )uu' Xiiiind It bring it Imhiih wlili promam at heudllner, unil It a ahow you ui'.il we'll ii) to make it co cuii- i ell woi'kr of this Importuui rank, tented It wmi't leave you again." , It U a niunlcal renie produced under 1 wouldn't blame the whole family tlm direction of Emlle de Kecat. the for leaving," mulled Lottie. "Flu an noted French malt re de bullet. who dlMigreealile It'it a wonder anyone can will bring the moat bcautlM chorus live wllh me, let alone a Hue, band- to the Hum Fair that lias ever been moiiiii biHmnd like you," .he rogumli- M-e.i oulslde New Yoik or Chlcano. ly added. j The ahow Itself will bo a Hparkllng "Well, I fori I the pteiiHiiut lial.lt mauley, tilled lo a delightful ineuHtire years ago unit I'm gettlii- nu old I nit'ly aongs. t lever duncina. Inite to ThuiiKe my luilille" derliuwl , u'"1 brlHllt lllie' tostumea. "Siullea of Frank cheerily ua be hurried off to : - ae atageu la tli ( olheum Short Stories of the Town MODERN WOODMEN Regular meeting tonight at K. .f Z P. hnll. ot of biiNlnnHa, Come. C. 8. FU8TKR, 'onanl. I). K. KMKRSON. Clerk. - i: work. A few hours later IiUletooi gat ing ut the tempting window dlsplaya. "I baveu'l bud a thing new ull win ter," She told heirelf. "1 think the shock of seeing uiyaelf In a new wultt would 'inuke me better ut once." After ber purchase she walked slow ly aloug the crowded street. The tlapplng end whirring of wing attracted ber attention unci abe atopped to watch the pretty scene. A boy with the look of at rung, clean youth, growing Into manhood, wua standing In the middle of u path. Al most luutluuless except opening of bis band, Duldlng every day during the Kulr, Willi one ahow In the uftermion and another at nlxhl. Down on Amuaemeut How that well known Khowman, Clarence Wortham, will provide outdoor amuaemeut wllh his series of ahows and rideg. This feature of the State Fair will advance many novelties, chief among them be Ing a three rlug circus, wulch will play every day during the season. lietore the grandstand In the after noon there will be auto raceri, motor cycle races, aii" l.'l'pouruii.e bIiow which will lac'luX of the best for a slights vuudevlllv actors lu America. an absorbed At nlulit before the aranilKtaa,! astern Star Masting. The Eastern Star will meet ij. night at the Masonic hall at S I , "'". Airs. .Mary .u nols, worthy 'n iinnron, announceu Imlny. randldates i are to lie Initiated and refreshments will be served nflr I'm btislni-Ha meeting, It was nnununced. (trfl. (era are reijui'itted to be preaenl and visitor are welcome. Two Minor Aceldenta. Two minor accidents occurred at the local RiM-k Island shops yester day. I'erry Dawson, jar curpenter, who lives at ens Choctaw avenue, sustained two broken ribs am) Van Lindsay, maihlnltit Injured the loft hand. Lindsay lives at the corner of Twelftili street and Choctaw avenue. Improvement is Slow. Mrs. Herbert West, 82t Kansas avenue, Is Improving : -lowly from the effects of burns about, tin neck, face and arms, according to reports from the West home this iiiomlnir Mr West was severely burned a few days ago when u steam pressure cooker she was iisIiik exnloded. PUSLIC RECORDS , - Marriage Llcantt. W. Monroe, age BO, of llollls, Mrs. Allle Hopkins, age 41. of Rogers, Ark. Ceremony performed by Justice IL."U Orlgsby. Henry II Davis, ote if,, of flulley, and Gladys Chofflii, ai;e 21, of Ititlli-y. In District Court. Rachel Tedrow vs. R. 11. Tedrow; suit for aepuruto maintaluencu and alimony. law Fdl Midi smile on his freckled face, he lured - .ent. f Ui ep historic Interest will the fut, placid pigeons close to liliti by bis offer of their favorite food. As he scattered tho peas around hhu the eager birds walked up bis back, wad dled around bis neck, clung to bis arms and shoulders and rested on Ids lingers. "Oh, to be ao artist," sighed Lottie In appreciation of the beauty of the picture. 'Til curry that picture borne in my bruin gallery to tell the chil dren." Almost before she realized It the noon bells rang out "I have Just time to s?v Into the -cathedral for the noon S'-rvlce," she plunned. "I've lived uear the city al. my life and never been In before." The brief aemuou. over, the singing done, many people went out, but Lot tlo lingered with others. I'resently ; the grand tones of the organ filled j the room, and clenr and sweet rose j the haunting strains of a violin. "Any woman," said Lottie to her self, as she quietly wiped' her eyes, j "who couldn't g back to work after that, with her soul big and w hole nnd her heart full of love to be poured out on ber family well this woman bad Just better, or she's a slacker lii the battle of life. "Now for a stroll down my favorite famous street, and then back to tho train," she decided, as she left the church. "Of all afftirable combinations of quaint knockers, lovely doorways, old world windows, and the benedict lou left by" tho spirits of the good and great people who have lived here Is It possible to get such an atmo sphere anywhere but In my own dear, dirty, heurt-warmlng city!" exclaimed Lottie, as her walk led her Dually to the river sparkling merrily in the sun. "Almost train time, but I've Just' u few minutes to see this picture on feavi, hlbltlon at one ot the big stores j "Four hundred years ago this pic ture wus painted," she heard the lec turer say, us she slipped Into the hall. "That was before this country was settled," thought Lottie. "Before the Inventions nnd modern marvels. Yet, I today, Just one tired little house wife, sit here and view the, unfaded richness, the glowing colors of that be shown. It is called, "Montezuma, or the Last Days of the Aztecs." This show is staged on a tremendous scale, and depicts In startling fashion the vain struggle of tho proud Aztecs to withstand the conquering arm of Cor tez. There will be a vivid pyrotechnic display, featuring the roaring volcanos of Old Mexico. There are other attractions galort that the State Fair Is announcing from time to time, and the visitor to the 1921 Exposition Is sure to find some thing of particular Interest. ' AUTO RACES AT . STATE FAIR TO BRING TALENT Famous Drivers Of Dirt Track World Showing Interest In Meet. . When the best racing talent of the United Stales gathers together for a series of contests in fast-flying cars, r jMi,.iijji' i'Wiji.iMiMii; '' ' 'iw r "Try;!? IBm. MJ I WWW I Scout Party Returning. The Denhnm parly of Hoy Scouts la traveling homeward and expect to irrivo In 'hlckasha on or about September 1, according to letters re ceived nere. The party ei net-la to reach Denver next Sunday. They vis- mu ieiiowHturie nark. Ihe (ir.nnl Canyon of Arlzonu and other points of interest. Members of the party. In charge of Win. Denham. former sot.t executive here, Include: Ray ntnn helley, aon of Mr. and Mrs. CI' l Kelley; Harry Hedrlrk, son of Ii.' toiinellnian Ton Hedrlck; Den Wofford, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woffo,d, and Scott Jones, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jonos. X c". t-fj V M tap Y (First Published Aug. 11, 1921) NOTICE OF PUBLICATION State of Oklahoma, County of Grady. In the District court In and for said county and state. Ed Shelby, plaintiff, vs. Lizzie Shelby, defendant. No. C716. The State ot Oklahoma to Lizzie Shelby. Take notice that you ihave been sued in tho above named court by said plaintiff, for divorce, on the grounds of abandonment and de sertion, and you, said defendant, must answer the petition filed here by by said plaintiff on or before the nd day of September, 1921, or said petition will be taken as true, and judgment for said plaintiff will be returned accordingly. ' Dated this, 10th Jay of August, 1921. (SEAL) E. U. REYNOLDS. Court Clerk. By MATTIB HOLCOMB, Deputy. BAREFOOT & CARMICHAEL, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 8-ll-4tw. Cigarette To seat In tho delicious Burley tobacco flavor. It's Toasted PROFESSIONAL CARDS The brims are narrow and roll, that is the outstanding: feature. The colors are rich deep Autumn tones of brown, tan, black and pray. Stetson Schoble . Young Bros. $3.50, $SM,'$7J0 am! $10.00. rurd Boo4 Alr tuitoo Idrlaa aUlt B&rJ, Melton & Melton LAWYERS 101. 410, 411. N.w rirt ltatlM 8na BulMlna J. ROY ORR LAWYEK Office In Court&oose DR. J. W. TEMPLETON Osteopathic Physician 514 First National Bank Bldg. Phones Office 286 Res. 120 E. H. EADS, ARCHITECT Room 512 First National Bank Bklg. CHICKASHA, OKLA. Stop That Itching Use the reliable BLUE STAR REMEDY for all forms of skin dis ease such as Itch, Eczema, Ring Worm, Poison Oak, Prickly Heat, Sores on Children and sore callou sed feet. The first application re lieves that terrible itching. Liberty Drug Store CHICKASHA, OKLA. WHEN YOU EAT You would like to know thai your grub has been properly handled and taken care of be fore it came to your table. You want to know that it is wholesome and pure. We have the mo3t improved methods for handling meats and other foods and are glad to have you inspect our coolers. Then we buy only the best and purest on the market and never allow anything to be sent to our WREN DRUG COMPANY Auto facers from every country will make this year's races International contests. Just received shipment Caruso Records. Owsley's. ' ll-2t. picture. The artist Is gone, but he left a bit of his soul on canvas and there is bound to be quite a little ex after 400 years It speaks to my cltement. This Is the indication for cramped, kitchen-bound one and bids the State Fair of Texas race meef ig 11 .f!,mV,1 , k . f"r tbo 1921 8eas' October 8 to 2S. "Oh, bless anyone who gives any- ; ' thing to the world that makes us big- Prominent drivers all over the coun ter and better, so that we" can hand try are eagerly awaiting tho posting on the heritage of beauty to our chll- 0f the State Pair m.rRpa ,nrt .h ..... - . " M.U UU.- Meinories Last Record ley's. of Naples Caruso' received today. Ows-ll-2t. To Stop a Cough Quick take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a cough medicine which stops the cough by healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup is enclosed with every bottle of HAYES" HEALING HONEY. The salve should be rubbed on the chest and throat of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. The healing effect of Hayes" Healing Hcney In side the throat combined with the healing effect of Gruve's O-Fen-Trate Salve through the pores of tiie skin soon stops a cough. Both remedies are packed in one carton and the cost of the combined treatment is 35c Q vJust ask your druggist for HAYES' HEALING HONEY. - , drenl I'm going home where I be long, nnd 'carry on' my share. I've got the loveliest home and finest man, and most remarkable children that any woman needs to keep her soul aafe and strong. "I guess my soul Just had growing paius let's hope it has stretched a line of the State Fair program. This Is being worked out now by the proper committees, and sanction of the In ternational Motor Contest Association for the meet will soon be secured. Some of the newest and fastt L.CVV...U ..,. , .. , , ... . little today." And with a whimsical S "co wona win De on smile at herself, Lottie turned home- I'ff?0"61.0 the adva"ce dope. wnrd oh track like that of the Dallas "Well?" Inquired Frank, after he ".''..T'f 8 T8 are qulte bad listened with a pleased smile to to fa" in bunches' her account of the day, "how Is An added feature ot the State Fair your" 1 season may be a series ot motorcycle "Keep still, you tease," answered races' u ,8 now be,ns determined by Lottie. "Yes, I fonnd It, where I al- ePerts whether motorcycle racing is ways do-in the city. There's a Practicable on the Stale Fairrack. If nihility rhythm, a power and a peace, 'h'8 report is favorable it is quiteTrTO aiways to be found by those who bable that tue fastest thing on wheels seek. In the soul of the city. I'm the motorbike will Join the autos ready to go 'marching on,' In tuue ,n maklnS a speed holiday for Slate again with life." Fair crowds. JOIN THE ARCOLA CLUB- Special Club Offer - To the First Six Buyers of .... 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GARAGE MV CAR'S ALL DIRTY IHT THESE FOLKS OWE, IT A BATH - THEY'LL POLISH IT UP FIN He'll groom your car so that when it hits the road it will look like a thoroughbred. Y n;.i to clean; and polish your car. -We should insnert it and repair it when necessary." We are able auto men.