Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 317, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 4, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICZASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.'
Set High Records
The Cram Prix lias its thrills but j Hie official observer who has but one
it-voided of certain features no more arm. drove in the last lap taking some
... than with the nation wide loO.tX'O riretches at 46 to t8 miles an hour.
inu'i reliability run of Stuilehaker
licaiers. held last week. There were
M;. entries filed for the event each
!ctl-r taking a I'-'IG Stmiebaker out
.if !.is stock to cover at least 250 miles
The Savannah ear n:ade its mileage
without the radiator beins touched.
The Cedar Rapids Iowa car also
had a lady driver vho covered 251
miles in 8!4 hours averaging 15 miles
cr day for four consecutive days. It j to the rallon of gaso.'ine.
vas a severe but eonvincinp test of
quality of steels and workmanship
The Philadelphia car covered 3.'!.
miles In 8: o" and had but two pune-
ihst make for durability power and tures in the four days' running time.
.peed. None of the cars were given j The Melrose Mass. car made !'."()
any preparation for the runs beyond j miles in one days' trip. Not withstand-
oiling a.id Rreaslns filling radiators j ir.g the extra mileage covered by
and gasoline tanks. The test was in-j many of the cars the running time of
tended as a demonstration of the abil-jail was close around ten hours fc
itv of the Srudelwiker cars for meet-. uy.
ing averace conditions as they mit-'ht "Bob" Johnson driving the Detroit
car carried away the running time
honors for the four days. Although
he attained the rate of 51 miles per
hour on Monday 52 miles on Tuesday.
53 on Wednesday and 5fl on Thursday
he drove constantly with the greatest
care and would only let out his engine
cm clear stretches of highway.
Johnson's running time for each 2."0
miles was: On Monday 7:18 average
.'H'.j. miles per hour; Tuesday 7:4"
uverage .'2 1-4 miles: Wednesday :)"
be found by an automobile owner.
Heavy rains with snow in portions of
the west established conditions how-
ever that were somewhat out of the
usual but each car responded splen-
didly to every requirement getting a
l.igh mark for automobile efficiency.
It was probably the most unique
test ever originated by an automobile
manufacturer and that it wa5 inter--ting
to th genera! public even lo
beyond the confines of the motoring
world was evidenced oy the crowds average 42 2:5 miles: Thursday 5:fs.
which turned out at points along (he average 412-3 miles. His best road:
SPECIAL NOTICE. !
To Ministers: Copy fur j
Sunday announcements should j
be received at this office riot
later than Friday afternoon.
Compliance with this request
will be greatly appreciated by
printers and publishers. Ed-
The San Jose Cal. car covered 313
utiles the third day in II hours with
the radiator sealed and with the cm-
locked and sealed in high gear the
shifting lever having been removed.
The Salt Lake car ran over moun-
tainous roads and through blinding
were found around Chelsea und Ad-
rian and on the macadam roads about
Toledo. Louisville reported the high-
est speed 58"milcs: Portland was next
with 57 and Detroit third with 5fi.
H igh K. Jennings manager of the
Detroit Tigers drove the Dallas car
en the afternoon of the last day. The
enow storms. The totals tot the four j Studebaker used in this run had been
lays show 781 M: miles of mud and i exhibited in the automobile style show
slushy 'snow; 130 miles of snow! held in connection with the Dallas
storms with the roads unbroken and State Fair.
drifted a foot and a half deep. The i The motor of the .Marion Ind. car
car was forced to travel for 50 miles I tan continuously each day from the
in second speed. start to the finish of the reliability
The Minneapolis car on one day j run.
struck a 40-mile patch of sticky I Reports on the totals of runs so far
gumbo which was followed by W I received are as follows:
miles of slippery mud and 120 miles!' Average
of gravel covered with water. Miles per hour
The Idaho Falls car was compelled
to break a trail through 20. miles of
snow six inches deep yet averaged
30 miles to the gallon of gasoline.
The Seattle car made a Ihousand-
(lalesburg 111. ...
Detroit Mich. .
Jackson Mich. ..
St. Louis ..
I Dallas TexaH ....
; mile non-stop run the total running
time being 31:53. The second and
third day's runs were mude up Mt.
Ranier in rain storms necessitating
having top up with side curtains on
find chains on all four wheels due to
The Colorado Springs car finished
Us trip on the last day in a snow
drift on Pike's Peak 13500 feet above
the sea level.
The Omaha car experienced the
i 'lily disaster running over a 30-foot
embankment. It required four hours
i: '--et the car back on the road. Still
it finished the run under its own
power making the 1000 miles Ir.
'AllQ actual runnini-; time.
The I'tica. X. Y. car was driven
f-uccessively by four young ladies. As
a result of the test a. challenge has
been issued by Miss Xina E. Fitch
who 3rove 252 miles in 5:20 to meet
any lady driver in the I'nited States
lor- a 300-mile reliability run 0:1
A surprising number of perfect
scores have been reported. Where i Lincoln Xeb.
any difficulties were experienced that ! Omaha Xeb.
might lie classed as mechanical trou ! Idaho Falls Ida.
'jles they were of s-uch minor nature I Halt Lake City
as to be inconsequential. Both Six Lcng Beach
and Four models w ere used in the -: Chicago 111. .
tests. j z In high gear.
The Gainesville (la. car made a x-
lecord for that territory running b-
locked in high gear. Reuben Kyle.
Melrose Mass. .
Chattanooga Term. ...
Portland Ore. .'
High Point X. C
Kansas City Mo.
Elmira X Y.
New York X'. Y
Xewark X. J. .
I'tica X. Y.
Davenport la. ..
Rochester X. Y.
HOLY NAME CHURCH.
Corner Seventh and Kansas avian:.
Rev. P. Wilwerding. rector.
Karly mass at S o'clock a. in.
Late mass in o'clock a. 111.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
Always glad to have you with us.
ST. LUKE'S CHURCH.
First Sunday in Advent.
Smut -iv school 9:15 o'clock.
ICvcning prayer and sermon 7:30
( clock p. m
.Rev. H. II. Fay priwt in charge.
J A. Pc-iit lay reader.
All nre cordially invited.
CHURCH OF GOD.
1 10 South Sixth street.
A. C. Bell pastor.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m.
'Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. and
7:15 o'clock p. m.
Prayer meetings .Thursday evenir.g
fit 7.30 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to all
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
Corner Eighth and Michigan.
Rev. II. P. Haley pastor.
Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock a. m.
D. W. Reels superintendent.
Preaching at. 1 1 o'clock a in.
Junior B. Y. P. 1". 4:30 o'clock p. m.
Senior P.. Y. P. !'. 0 o'clock p. ni.
Preaching 7 o'clock p. in.
The public is cordially invited to c.H
Corner Sixth and Iowa.
('. Lylo Smith pastor.
liiblo school at 9: 45 o'c'ock a. m.
Pleaching at n o clock a. m. and
7 : 3n o'clock p. m.
.Morning s'i: t . -The Small anil
iCvening subject: "Faith."
The Endeavor Society will meet at
0:30 o'clock p. mi.
A very cordial welcome to all.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.
Services at iil9 Iowa avenue.
j Reading room So. 3ul third floor of
j First Xaiional bank building.
I Sunday school at !: 15 o'clock a. m.
I Lesion sermon at. 11 o'clock a. 111.
j Subject: "God ibo Only Cause and
Testimonial nieetinjj Wednesday
e-i i.i;ig ar S o'clock.
Free reading room open to (lie public
every afternoon except Sundays and
holidays from n lo 5 o'clock p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
attend all services.
Corner Texas . avenue and .Xititfi
Rev. ft. C. McCoy pastor.
Sunday school 9:)5 o'clock a. m.
S. L. ingerson superintendent.
Morning service 11 o'clock a. m.
Theme: ''The Handgrip of I .oy- j
Chri-dii'ti Endeavor t'r.'.'u o'clock.
Subject: "Fruit from Prayer."
Evening service 7:3 o'clock.
I layer meeting Wednesday nigh'.
7 : 30 o.'e:o.-k.
Subject: "The Investment of Life's
Forces." ' '
mi are cordially invited to attend
EPWORTH METHODIST CHURCH
Corner Fourth and low a.
Rev. .1. A. Old pastor.
Sunday school at :: 5 o'chv ' a. 111.
C. :'rliIo:t"i'!.'c: !; superintend':! t f
At the mernin
Owsley will sing
by 11. W. 1'etrjo.
Junior league :: lock p. 111. -
Senior league (i::'0 p. 111.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening;
at 8 o'clock.
A cordial invitation to all to attend
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
"The Little church ..Around the
SKtii and .Minnesota avenue.
Rev. E. I'.. Tds. minister.
Sunday school ;i 1 .9 : 45 o'clock ei. in.
J .Morring worship :.( 11 o'clock.
I Evening; worship at. 7:30 o'clock.
Moniin-: tJienin: "What I he. Soil
j Saith to the Churches."
' Evening theme: "The .Wed of
' Open Confession."
! Midweek topic: "The Hit threa
service Shannon .of 1 'Tirist" .Mat. I U : -(:.(.
At Rest.' in Thee" j c. E. topic: ".The Golden Fruit of
! t'.e Prayer Life." Heh. 4:14-10; 11:0.
1 Con.-ecran'on n ecting.)
Meeting of tlu congregation called
for December 19 following the morn-
Inir .service for the election of officers.
You are cordially invited to these
The smoke from the bom-
bardment is rolling. The big
siege guns are doing the work.
Hundreds of Customers Have
Joined in the Battle Gry
BUTI-ALU' ht'fiD IS GROWING
HOW ITALY PROTECTS ART WORKS
20 to 25 per cent grades.
G. W. Heyman general foreman
from El Reno spent yesterday in the
ci 1 y .
C. J. Wiard general foreman from
Waurika was in the city yesterday.
It. Fairman trainmaster from El
Reno spent yesterday in the city.
Don't Spend Money Foolishly.
It is the easiest thing ;n the worV
.0 spend money foolishly or carelessly
(t takes strength and determinatior
co resist the temptation to do so out
successfully resisting the temptatior
brings two rewards a stiffening ol
your mental and moral oackbone anc
an. increase in your material resources
J. H. Woods supervisor of locomo-
tive operation with headquarters at
El Reno spent yesterday in the city.
How Water Melts Stone.
There are two things in rain besides
the water itself that have the power
to melt things even the hardest stone.
Buch as granite. These two things are
nitric acide and carbonic acid. These
acids eat away the stone so that it.
seems the water slowly melts it.
J. U. Eddy machinist is in the city
Jons "Dear mei You sav vou
nften ;ay down the law to your wife.
How do you go about it?" Rones
"Why all vou need is firmness! I
usually go into my study iock the
ioor and do it over the transom all
I von need is firmness- in the door!"
W. J. Charleville engineer left last i puck
r.icht for Chicago on a business visit j
C. F. Streetsr was called to Kan23
Doctor's Chief Difficulty.
"What .3 the most :!min iiiuan
City yesterday by the illness of a rcla- -OU have to contend with?" asked the
"VP- student. "Imagination ' replied tne
! aoelor. Kansas City Journal
V I Yost car foreman from El :
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Arimalt on Government Preserve In
Oklahoma Continue to Show
The government's herd of buffalo on
the Virhita national forest in Okla-
homa whicn is also a federal game
preserve nas been increased by the
arrival of ten calves according to a
report received by the forest service
rrom tne supervisor in charge. The
Best Recent Fiction.
Andrew the Glad. . . .
Over Paradise ftidgo by
Aunt Jane by Jeauette Lee.
Anne of the Island by L. M. Mont-
gomery. Co-Citizens by Cora Haris.
Dear Enemy by Jean Webster.
Michael O'Halloran by Gene Strat-
herd which now comprises 62 speci- ton Porter.
Felix O'Day by F. Hopkinson.
The Freelands by John Canwor.
Heart's Kindred by Zona Gale.
Hempfield by David Grayson.
House of the Dawn by Marah Ellis
mens of the almost extinct bison is In
good condition says the supervisor
and promises to continue Increasing at
a rapid rate. Eight of the calves are
females bringing the number of heif
ers and cows on to an Tho tin r.m
ber 82 and have been placed by them- j Ryan-
selves In a pasture which has just j JafferV' y Wm. j. Locke
been fenced in for them. Three years ' "K" by Mary Roberts Rinehart.
ago the buffalo herd in the Wichita ' Little Miss Grouch by Samuei Hop-
forest was little more than half as kins Adams.
large as it is now. It is said that the I The Ix!st Prince bv Frances Hodg
other game animals in the preserve son Burnett
Including the elk and antelope also ' T. xr' Q.
are increasing due to the protect' ' p Te Money Maoter' by Sr ('Ibert
afforded not only against hunters but j arker-
against wolves wildcats and other Euggle" of fied 'lap by Harry Leon
predatory animals which committed j Wilson.
serious depredations from the estab
lishment of the preserve In 1905 until
measures were taken to stop them.
In protecting the game from predatory
animals t?je wardens and forest offi
cers are also promoting the interests
of local stockmen who graze several
thousand head of cattle on certain al-
lotted areas within the preserve.
The Honey Bee by Samuel Merwin.
The Stirrup Latch by Sidney Mc-
Call. Story of Julia Page by Kathleen
The Yalley Road by Mary Halleclf
Barstow Famous Buildings.
McDonald Hassan in Egypt.
McDonald Marta in Holland.
Barstow Famous Pictures.
True John Preston The Iron Star.
Alcott Louisa M. Louisa Alcott
Hasbronck louise S. The Boys'
Martin & Davis Firebrands.
Blaisdell Polly and Dolly.
Blaisdell Tommy Tinkers' Book.
McDonald Colette in France.
McDonald Gerda In Sweden.
McDonald Fritz In Germany.
McDonald-- Bous in Russia.
McDonald Betty in Canada
McDonald Josepa in Spain.
McDonald Donald in Scotland.
WANTED Clean cotton ragr at the
Daily Express office. Highest cah
MAKES A PLEA FOR FICTION
Writer Puts Up Argument for Reten-
tion of Popular Literature in the
Country's Libraries. j
The dropping of fiction from the
public libraries as proposed by the
head of the bureau of statistics and
investigation as a means of economy
would accomplish at a stroke a con-
summation long devoutly wished by
many. That is it would materially
reduce the percentage of novels read
as compared with that of other books.
Perhapi Mr. Mclntyre has heard that
fiction was decreasing in popularity
unit lKtn.a Y . . ...
I mai iib is merely aligning
.I'mseir with a growing tendency. We
fear however that when he hears
from the people he will have to re-
vise his ideas. His proposal will be
met with a counter-proposal. Banish
fiction? Whv not hnnish till nthor
literature instead? .Would the sav-
i nan aeroplanes .Hons the ItallHa co-si lout. i.i. ic . I : 'W. woi..a it
nitliorilies to -take measure lor the Protection of tb- uorks of art ir the ' r Cfeater? As for novels being
ities. The photoaraph shows how th'- religions monuments in Verona haw ! m of pntertain.ment" a luxury
i siansncian nolrts they are in
reality almost as much of a neces-
sity as the newspapers. Millions co
Record Soonge. I 'nr0'icli life comfortably without rub-
The :arg"st ions ever found came
from the .Medi'iM-ranran. It was three
teet across and ten leet in circum
Coal m the cellar
Hav in the barn
Money in the bank
that's the good-all-over fur-
la'cn em-ased in plaster and can vac tint II they look like mummies.
To Clean Brass.
.To clean mass (lower pot 8 or tra
rub tnem with a ni'-ce ol .'emnn ;. then
oour noiling water over lliem. ant!
finally polish with a soft dry cloth.
The netiple wid not know you
have Christmas Goods if you
try to hide the fact Tell them
f in the Daily Express. 4.
If you are not ashained of
your business; advertise it.
Let the Express double your
"m.s nuuBj i';tn even so human a
nonfictionist as John Stutart Mill but
whoever llvpd until he htid breathed
the wind that blows tlirough the
pages of "Ivanhoe" nd "Vanity Fair?"
New York Evenfig Ptist. j
rjc -TrV a noia or ine owner ol a JJiamondcd Car
..-J now at Vie beginning ot the cold and
'J0t stormy weather.
99 perfect only one tire out of
a hundred returned for adjustment was
the remarkable vote of confidence cast
by your own friends on your own roads
last year as well as by the many thou-
sands who rolled along: the highways
and byways of every one of these forty-
eight United States on Diamond Tires.
There's a record for you to tie up to
for no matter where you are remember it
was made on the same identical roads vou
motor on every day.
Ask your Diamond dealer to tell you
more of this and to put on Diamonds now.
Then we know you will be an all-year
Those Dar Friends
Haze! "You may not believe
lear nut t nctua'!y refused the
nf six difterent mn tno past uurjimcr
Ainiee "Oh L don't doubt it at all
but wnat were they selling?"
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30x3 . $ 9.4 S 344 $20.35 1
30x3!2 220 36K4Vi 28.70 1
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SIXTEEN, No. 317, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 4, 1915, newspaper, December 4, 1915; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727203/m1/4/: accessed March 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.