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CHICKAIHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, AUOUIT 12, 1421.
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h fast incrraft'ini; in Uc slate an.l prevention i tle
only remedy,
I'at i'.miiI, dean diversified nutritious foo!. ." '".
Take out lH.r rxrn-isf w Uh fri"ui'iit Imllis; keep
tlii liver in pM.d condition l.v takintf an occasional
J I Kill I'OWlfu I.IVI.K I'll.!, und you needn't (tar.
Palace Pharmacy
"JUST RIGUT."
PHONI T GREEN TBADINQ STAMPS
'lilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllH
We liavc taken on a 6,000 mile guaranteed easing. Tlic
jirite is riglit.
Have added to our mechanical depart inenf.
Have some storage space at $5.00 per month.
CHICKASHA GARAGE
Phone 618 . 414 Choctaw
tun
SfteHOOVER
IT BEATS ... AS IT SWEEP3 AS IT CLEANS
FREE HOME TRIAL DIVIDED PAYMENTS
Permit us to rail and leave a Hoover without obli
gation to purchase. Convince yourself of all we say.
If you decide to keep it, you can have ten months in
which to pav, if desired. If you already own a Hoover
Mr. Wilson, factory representative, will he glad to in
spect it for you. Call No. 100.
Chickasha Gas & Electric Co.
I
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TODAY
"HOKI OF THE PHOT0PWVER: PIPE ORGAN.
PIANO AND ORCHESTRAL EFFECTS"
' 5. WG ACTS LOWE
VAIDDEVBUUB: '
ANOTHER BIG VAUDEVILLE TREAT
Only YWevilU Svow in Chickasha All Hdlinm
Taylor CidlitoS Itae &
Maacy & "a Wed ' lmf aa
Ernes : - Caurbrey
-Thren Aces c.hropnie.
-of Harmony --lirr.'rni
nd Humor -tic Doctor '
Uwb J.SruwcK
ELrAlNE
HAMMERSTEIN
K)OR DEAR '
MARGARET KIRBY
M M1HIJ F-N NOKKIS
IN A SNAPPY VARIETY OF NOVELTY DOINGS
EP EAST EM "
That funny fellow with a Rood line of rlialtcr.
Admission': Main Moor 2tte an.l 50c; Kalcnny. 10c and V.
Onlv One Vau-leville lVrfonuance ToinRht at H:35 P. M.
I
lOVER 3'
HARNESS-STITCHED
MAN'S SHOE
Put your foot down flat in this custom-built
man's shoe. 1-Vel its flat-standing security. The top
of the toe-cap starts thin at the toe-tip and thickens
in a quick, almost straight line to a full-size toe. It is
well liked because it has an overweight Walk-Over
sole. J.eforc you wear out these Walk-Over soles
you'll think they were made of iron.
In Russia calf, lira hhoc is a superh piece of
workmanship. A shoe of good weight with beautiful
fit around the instep and hack. of the shoe.
I BL E Marks
8
rTTTTTTT fTTTI If Tl
421 Chickasha Ave.
Phone 100
Don't Forget the IcyJL'ooled
QSqypARAMOUNT AND REALART PICTURES
NOW PLAYING
The Anihassador of Mirth
Lord High Executive Gloom
Eradieator, in three reels of un
restrained joy
ON THE SAME PROGRAM:
En Epic of the Old Southland, as Sweet and Inspiring as
the Breath of Spring
; "THE KENTUCKY COLONEL"
Featuring the "Miracle Man" of the Screen
' JOSEPH J. DOWLING
Also Tony Sarg's Almanac.
wnrttf
.""HELP
IS '
WANTED
A WANT
AD WILL
BRING RESULTS
.
' If the dbD) Butters from "wind
colic, diojrhoea or summer com
plaint, give it McGee'B Baby Elixir.
It Is pure, harmless and effective
remedy. Price, 33c and 60c. Sould
py Wren Drue Co,
To Rid a Lawn of Motea.
T frsiwmlwite moles from u purdeti
or lnwi: 'nke a tublespoonful of tun
pwitine iud mix; it well with a cupful
of ordinal? suck salt, mid with a tU'
blespooii scatter It through their ruU'
ways. , :
Spotted Wall Paper.
Murks where people have rested
their lieada can be removed from wall
paper by mixing pipe clay with water
to the consistency of crenm, laying it
on the spot and letting It remain until
the following day, when It can be
brushed off. The mark, unless It is
of long standing, will be found to
fcm vanished.
Clear Mustery From
Tomb of John Calvin
By fnlicd Tresa.
Oiueva, Aug. 12. Tho mynlery
wfldch for three and one Imlf cen
turies has wirrnundi'd t ho biirljl
lihicrt of .Toll t Calvin, llm great
(lenevese Itertirnier, 1h alioiil to ho
solved.
Calvin's historian, Theodore ib
lUte, recounts that it was bin mus
ter's wh;h that no memorial should
mark the place where he was
buried. This wish wus faithfully car
ried out and when Calvin breuthed
his hint In May 1561 tils remains
were Interred in Kccret In the
churchyard of Hainpalals, now with
in the city limits.
'Since those days tho secret of tho
tomb has been known to only one
family that of Speyr, of Dase, in
which It has passed down from father
to son with the injunction never to
reveal It as long as there wore de
scendants in the family. The la
of .t:ie race, Kugene d Speyr, who
is over 70 years of age and lives at
Avignon, in Franco, lias Just In
formed tho consistory of tho Protest
ant Church of (ieueva that, having
no descendants, Im desired to reveal
the secret of Calvin's tomb, which
was pointed out to him in 180, by
his grandfather. 4
A meeting was accordingly ar
ranged n few days ago between M.
do Speyr and representatives of the
Church and tho vmotery was vis
ited. Near the stono whlo'iH bears the
Initials "J. C." us indication of the
presumed site of the grave M. de
Speyr, after somo search, pointed
out 'where the tomb should be.. The
city authorities have given permis
sion for the site to bo explored.
Likes Solitude
Mammoth Cave In 1012.
t .... . . . .
j,. r'ilto ''"loin the aiaiwnoiii cave in
MOrC llian llltCS Kentucky, whiwe attention U attruotud
by the brilliant archcii of crystal, b.v
the niiiDZlng echoes, und by the ill
vcmlty of the rock foruiutlon, may
pit remember thut this particular lo
cality was once of great practical
benrllt tu the country. For It wus b.v
I'cusmi of lis Immense deposits of sult
lieier, UKcd In the manufacture of gun
powder during (lie War of 1 S 1 that
ide xpot was first given notoriety. ,
Ily I'nlted Prem.
Kdmonston, Alia., Aug. 12. "I
hnvo been Iti civilization n year now
aud I am going back home as iiiick
ly an I can." said W. I). Clark, wbc
has been a hermit In the Arctic
wildernesa nearly a quarter of a cen
tury. Clark's "homo" l.t on tho head
waters of the' Peel nivcr, 180 miles
from Herschet l-land and 110 miles
from Fort JdcPherson. His nearest
neighbor Is 6C tulles away. They sea
each ot'.er once a year. With tho ex
ception of tbls'one other man Clark
Is the only liuilnn buing In a thous
and stature miles of country. The
I ml Inns do ntit go that' far north
and tho EskibMs do not come so far
south. I' '
' "Once a hermit always a hermit,"
said Clark preparing to return to tho
solitude of bis cubin In the wilder
nesu. "A hermit' wants nobody's pity.
I wouldn't trade my solitude for ull
the pleasure! hnd excitement ' of
cities. "I have 'noen 10,000 curibu in
one herd. Wl.iit have ynu In tho
cities like that?
"The mercury gets down to ".") de
grees below in winter but It Is
really the most, healthful climate In
the world."
Gven Champions.
The Seven t'h:iinpl lis of Christen
dniti. who are n;tcti alluded to by old
writers w ere St. (ieorge. I he Patron
Saint of KiikIiiihI; Si. Andrew of Scot
land, St. linvld of Wales; St. I'litrlck
of Ireland. St. Denis of France, St.
Jiiines of Spain, and St. Anthony of
Italy.
Platinum Long Known.
, The existence of platinum was first
made known in Kurope by Antonio d
t'lioa In lKitl. It was first de
scribed b.v Watson In Philosophical
Transact ions of 17,"i0.
BASEBALL GAME
GRADYFIELD
SUNDAY 330
CHICKASHA
vs.
OKLAHOMA CITY
Admission: 50c - 35c.
"The Little House With the Rig
, Show."
TODAY
EDDIE POLO
"THE KING OF THE CIRCUS"
AIo FOX NEWS,
ii'ne vrty latest rrrnts before
your cye.i.
Also a Fox Sunshine Comedy
"JAZZ BANDITS"
0
rhe Kozy has the funniest com
edians in town. See this and
j ou 11 say . so.
Trices -5c, Kk 20c.
Tomorrow J toot Gibson, Mutt
and Jeff, Snub follard. Some
show!
To Whom It May Concern,
If you have any trouble with your
digestion we wish to Inform you that
Chamberlain's Tablets contain no
pepsin but strengthen tho stomach
and enabln it to perform Its func
tions naturally. They also cause a
gentle movement of the bowels. They
have helped a creat many suffers
from Indigestion and ' constipation.
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, gold and exchanged, clean
tJ, adjusted and repaired.
Work Guaranteed.
Phone 1181.
i
Triumph to Drill
U Stephens Test to
2800 Feet Report
Work has been resumed. On tho
well of the Triumph Oil and De
velopment company on the .Short
farm after a temporary shut-down
and t'ney are now drilling at 2,590
feet in brown shale formation.
This company got a sand at 2330
feet but tho oil was a low gravity
und It was decided to drill deeper
and a second sand was encountered
at 2,350 feet, a line Bet and every
thing was in readiness to bale out
and work started when it was dis
covered that water had broken In
and it .was Impossible to shut it off.
It was decided to drill deeper and
the contract depth of 2,500 feet was
reached three weeks ago. Arrange
ments have been made to go . to
2,800 feet and if nq pay is ncouh- T
tered to that depth,'; it is "likely . the'
test will ' be carried deepert'- y; I
hafLiJAj .foowoll., of 'the Lpno
Staf "(eljttepouth; of m Tri
umph, wla'.ftd this'j-s'aine sami Aiay
be encountered. JiogeTs and .Edwards
are the drilling, contractors!. They
are owners of considerable acreage
in the Immediate : , neighborhood.
Other tests will be made in this ter
ritory as the oil sand found Is evi
dence that there is oil in this fioid
and as the test Is seven miles from,
the nearest production and will mean
much to both Duncan and Marlow,
according to J. M. Berrlman, Secre
tary and manager of the Trtumjh.
company.
Our Entire Remaining Stock, formefiy jn
$19.50 to $35.00, Saturday $7M
Simple Organdies
Frocks of Dotted Swiss
Imported Voiles '
Colored Linens
Tissue Ginghams
, $5M ., (
These are unusual values. Made up of Fanta-si, Crepe da:
Chine,'-; Baronet Satin, Flannel and other smart fabrics.
..... ,i )y V
Don't send your children to
school without knowing if their
eyes are normal.
We, as ' registered Optome
trists, will examine their eyes,
and should defects be found,
correct them with proper len.
ses. Why not attend to this at
once? -
CARR'S OPTICAL PARLOR
423 Chickasha Avenue
Phone 333
Office ' Hours: 8:00 a. m. to
4:00 p. m.
Member
PILES
Cured without surgery. No pain
cutting, sloughing or deten
tion from busineii.
DR. 0 .R. GERARD
Ninnekah. OkLv
Do You Sleep WellT
When you are nervous, restless
and unable to sleep well at night,
eat no meat for supper and drink
no tea of coffee for a few days.
Take one of Chamberlain's Tablets
as soon as you have finished your
supper. Do this and If there is noth
lng worrying you, you should be
all right In a fow days. You are
likely to feel much better however
if you walk about three of four
miles each day It able. Get up
promptfy at six o'clock In the morn
ing and go to bed at ten. Lazy
habits and coffee are common causes
of sleeplessness.
TIME TABLE
V
1
XnKTAMrMA
y ASsociAriON
OPTOMETRISTS1
When you h i Qbi!, achey ind
sleepy . and want to stretch fre
quently, you are ripe for an attack of
malaria. Take Herbine at once. It
cures malaria and chills and puts the
system in order. Price fiOc. Sold by
Wren Drug Co.
Arrive
ROCK ISLAND
Main Line
South Bound Depart
-
J. B. Pope announces
opening of an office for
ANNOUNCEMENT.
the
the
general practice of law at room
418, First National Bank Bldg.,
Chickasha, Oklahoma. 4
. Phone 60-1507-R.. .
suimmnrnminjtuiLiunuuriiiiruinntiicrmiJumjiujiuuiHniiiiJiuifiJiiujiiis.
'Underwood Typewriters
F. K. Wilcox, Jr,
Salesman
Phone 1J90-R.
44IIII;'1MIIHI'""'"H"" T
1:10 a. m., No. 11. 1:10 a. m.
8:05 a. m. No. 81 .8:80 a, m.
230 p. m. No. 23 2:40 p. m.
9:20 p. m. No. 21. S 9:20 p. m.
North Bound
2:33 a. m. No. 12 2:33 a. m.
2:40 p. m. No. 24 8:05 p.m.
6:05 p. m. No. 32 6:80 p. m.
6:40 a. m. No. 22 5:10 a. m.
No. 21 and 22 Daily except Sunday;
MANQUM BRANCH
West Bound
9:15 a. m. No. 705 9:30 a. m.
3:05 p. m. No. 723 8:20 p. m.
No. 723 and 724 dally except Sunday
Eat Bound
11:05 a.m. No. 724 11:15 a.m.
5:10 p. m. No. 706 5:20 p. m.
I.INDSEY BRANCH
' East Bound
No. 714 Departs 11:20 a.
No. 790 Departs 8:15 p.
West Bound
No. 713 Arrives 2:30 p.
No. 789 Arrives 7:15 p. m.
.No. 790 and 789 daily except Sunday
SANTA FE
, East Bound
No. 446 ' Departs 7:10 a. m.
No. 448 . Departs 1:10 p. m.
No. 448 daily except Sunday,
West Bound
No. 445 Arrives 4:46 p. m.
No. 447 Arrives 12:20 p.' m.
No. 447 daily except Sunday.
FRISCO
East Bound
618 Burkburnett Special 4:25 a.m.
604 St Louis-Kan. City 10:40 a.m.
12 Kan. CJty Express 8:02 p.m.
West Bound
603 Qcanah Express 10:40 a.m.
609 Lawton Express , 4:46p.m.
617 Burkburnett Special 10: It p. a,
m.
m.
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