Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 11, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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320 CHICKASHA AVE.
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sty'.es were r.ere r sboxn. Orr MiHicer departrcert is ready to
cars f;r cr every fra-t and gsaractee yea the best style-s for the
the: fair store
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WHEfl THE GREEN GETS BACK
An a"TB obnj;j r:onfalii an article written by a
I'.UtimiUK f'.rltJKher who ha traveM over this country
a KA deal and the thins; that appear to Impresa Lirn
' wio-it in the faet that nearly ail Ar:ierkann are well dresw-d.
Ail aorta and oordiMonH of people In this land of the
free are fired Jn 8 -inday olothea all through the week;
even it.:huU w-r honied chins and Jllumluated tlfft
ard the "tshopkeper" 4rejs-n as well as the lanyild aria-
urst. t In rn-UUm nays the h!oom!n one that yon aee
a woman on the (street who do- not wear clothes repre-
enfins; a oonxirlerahle furi of money however lowly her
utatlon in life rMy he.
It l.i tr-i! that the peotlo of thia country are Klven to
pufpi d f- Unt-n; Hoiornon In all hla glory was not
la 'rtr.? hen the ?reea ?;ts 5-.' k in the tree-a
Ar.i -he :r. oorr.es o. a.-. g-ays
Ar-d yer boo; a on with a tight jieeze
Ar.j yo-i thir.k of yer barefoot days;
V.'r.en yo-i ort to work and yon want to not
And yr.i and yer wife a-rreea
It's tirr.e to 2pade up the garden lot.
Vhen the reen baek In the trees.
he least of my ide-s
When the green g!;s-hack in the trees.
T5"hen the green jjita hack in the trees and bees
Is a huzzin' aroun' asrfn
In that kind of lazy Ko-as-yo'j-please
Old gait they hum roijn' in;
7'ben the groun'a all bald whera the hay ritk stood
And the criko's riz and the breeze
Coaxes the bloom In the old dogwood
And the gre-n gits bank in the tree
I like as I eay in elch 3cenes as these
The time when the green gits back In the trees.
When the whole tail-feathers of Winter-time
Is all pulled out and gone!
And the aap It thaws and begins to climb
And the gweat It starts out on
A feller's forred agittin' down
At the old spring on his knees
I kind o' likes Jest a-loafin' roun'
When the green gits back In the trees
Jent .9-potterin' roun' as I durn please
When the green g!U bark In the tre-s!
. James Whltcomb Riley.
13 COMMERCIAL CLUB'S CORNER
I Cbickasha has arrived at a point in her civic industrial and
I commercial history when that her citizens must realize bsr possi-
hilities and realizing them
I MUST ACT.
I Our dti.ens must appreciate the fact that when civic pro-
I gress and thrift grow to magnificfent proportions they must
H go togethtr.
I Jn the city election the vote for bonds for erecting a high
II hchool building a city hall fire-department headquarters and a
II storm firmer
I WAS KLKVKN' TO ONK.
I i'hiH indicate; the trend of thought.
SThe citizens are in their desires eleven to one for a greater
M They thoroughly appreciate the fact that civic improve-
J rnt-nt and thrift must come hand in hand through the golden
j Hand in hand by the flaming forges
I Hand in hand by the whirling spindles and the turning
Hand in hand by the chimneys filled with eager fire;
Oreeted and grasped by the countless sons of toil.
I The Chickasha of the future will be bnilded by the
If thoughts that moulds and brings about ;irh a mnriitinn
rnufit be seen in the picture here drawn.
I desire to call the attention of the
public to the fact that I have moved
my studio from over the Lagle store
down stairs Into the building recently
vac-sted by the Mlses Kendall next
door to the Midway hotel where I
S-r-i- f';x! at 15 a. m.
Morr.r.g r.ra;-er atd --;r:.on at 11
c -i.r. tc&;csG3 w;.i E.r.z "'The
fa""..-."" aa "he o"-rory.
Evfcr.;r.? rryr ar.d sermon at T:S-.
Every toiy mekori.e.
f..-:v. F. N. ATKI.V. fiee-or.
ires a u.iiiii tomorrow at X.r. 'h
ard Texas avesue.
r"-: ':. .'. ; " h rf i.-y.l at 5; 4" - j ".
Jtorr.ir.z service at 11 :'.'. Sit'ec?
of serr.aon "Ixtin? O'ir Share."
Y. P. S. C. E. at T p. a.
Evening service at S. The.xe of
address wjll te "Above the Tioib-r
Sabbath school at S:4."i a. m.
Public worship at 11:00. Subject
of sermon: "A Me.-:.-.asre for tb 1.
Junior Westminster leagiae at 2:30
Intermediate Wes' mi nster leagie at
5 p. m.
Senior Westminster league at 7 p.
Public worship at 8 p. m. Subject
of sermon "A Merciful Law."
The Presbytery of EIReno will meef
at Ryan next Tuesday evening at 7:30.
The pit-tor is clerk of the Presbytery
and will leave Monday afternoon for
Ryan In order to prepare for the
meeting. Elder J. L. Porter will rep-
resent the church at the meeting.
W. G. LANG Pastor.
Oklahoma Central Railway
EAST AND WEST LINE
PEOPLE AND COUNTRY
Effective March silt iccS
tion rates etc;
"Always Glad to SerCe You"
JOS. P. O'DONNELL.
Gen. Frt and Pass. Agent.
THAT MUSIC 13 HERE
One thoiiMaiid copies of munic re(;-nt-ly
advertised is now here. All ihu
hit and popular Hongs sacred songs
und IriHtruineiittd muslu.
The public are renpofl fully Invlied
to cull fttid nmho Ihelr Hefoctlons.
ft. I). HJtnoim u .!: Co. third door
liOllh (if i'OHKillic-.
FOR BALE .
Two hundred live acres of Improved
farm bind 2 miles north of Rush
Springs. For particulars write Uox
51 Pauls Valley Oklu. 4-!0-3d-3w
have fitted up the finest studio In the
I am now especially prepared to turn
out fine work and gtwrantee to my
customers much finer work than here
I cordially invite you to come in
and see my new quarters.
G .W. NORVKLLE.
We are here to slay and give sight
and Improved vision. If your glasses
do not suit you come to Dr. Milam &
4 10-31 Son old Ilerroll bldg. 4-9-3t
TEXAS LAND TO TRADE
1476 acres Texas land In Wood
county to trade for good business in
Chlckafiba. Apply to Anders L. Mordi
& Co. Phono 212. 4-10-3t
The muddy streets and threatened
rain did not deter a fair sized audience
from enjoying a continuation of the
Interesting Journey through Jerusalem
at the Christion church last night.
Thirty-five pictures were thrown up-
on the canvas the first one showing
the interior of a hotel In Jerusalem
where thirty-two hungry mortals were
appeasing their appetites at. a lone
well set table. There were various
scenes caught by the camera outside
and inside the numerous gates of the
old city a picture of the ruins of the
palace of Cafaphas the high priest
before whom Jesti3 was brought for
trial also a scene with an American
mission house as the central att.rac
There was a picture of children plac
ing on the housetops children of a
catholic school with their teachers
The special song "Vo?per Bells "
was most beautifully illustrated while
Prof. Kendall sang the pathetic story
of an orphan's poverty loneliness ?nd
affecting death in a city church.
"Back to the Old Paths" was the
theme of uie evening sermon by Bro.
Dinger and all were much impressed
by the eeriest forcef.) fjj
Services tonight rain of fair weather
with song service led by the cornet.
A special song by Prof) Kendall and
finely illustrated. Mrs. Kendall man
ages the Illustration of the lecture and
song to perfection and her fine work
Is certainly appreciated.
Everyoneone Is cordially Invited to
worship with us tonight.
Services begin promptly at 8 p. m
Lord's Day: Bible school at 9:45
with P. M. Kendall In chtrge. Sermon-
lectures at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by
Rev. J. E. Dinger.
CHANGE OF DUSII1ESS
Hereafter I will not make clothing but will devote my entire tice to
Cleaning Repairing and Pressing.
Bring Your Last Spring's Suit
to me and have then made Eew by a practical tailor. PHONE 476
TATMAN. THE TAILOR
224 CHICKASHA AVENUE
CARD OF THANKS
We v! h to thank our friends and
neighbors for their sympathy and
kindness during Ihe Illness and death
of our daughter 8'illie.
MR. and MRS. J. I). HILL.
For fire and tornado Insurance farm
loans and abstracts see Sparks &
Greer 1138. Third. 4-3-tf
8TALEY AND THE CITY SCHOOLS
As there is such great concern as to
my position In regard to the schools
I feel that I may waive my rule 10 keep
out of print. I am not an applicant
for any position in the schools. I am
cot an applicant for any position In
any school. At this time I have no
thought of ever teaching again. I shall
remain in Chickasha and attend to
such law business as may fall to nie.
I am well pleased with the result of
he school election. To select anything
but a good board from the candidates
in the field would hv?ve been impos-
sible. I shall neither advocate nor op-
pose the election of any teacher. I J
may know some things about school j
work. If my views are needed it well '
be necessary for the board to tall on '
me for them. !
It la true that I have at. all times ad-
voc-ated a thorough and sytetivttic ex
amination of teachers. Persons un-!
qualified cannot possibly teach success-!
fully. The board is certainly demo-1
cratic but political service past or fu-
ture should not Influence. My oppo-1
sitlon to making the schools a "pie !
counter" and my standing for hwful i
examinations and other kindred vir
tues are the causes for the interest
now felt In me. The responsibility Is
on the board. If these men fail to
meet it the people will meet them. I
feel that the board can take care of
the situation. Very truly
W. S. STALKY.
WHY NOT GET THE EEST?
It Don't Cost Any More
Our Graduate Optician can fit
any eye. All work guaranteed.
Invisible Bifoculs for reading
and distance in same glass.
Children and difficult casts a
Fine watch clock and jewel-
ery repairing. Diamond setting;
All Work Gnarinteed.
B. W. Lubman
307 CHICKASHA AVENUE.
FISHERL1EN FIND G010
PROBABLY A FISH YUR
Porum Okla. April 11. Five bars
each found to be plated with ROod
gold and the body of brass were fish-
ed out of the Canadian river here yes-
terday by Sam Laulin while he wis
angling for members of the finnv
Laulin "got a bite." It was a tieciib
iar one and he lulled hard on the line
lie drew up an old sack almost rotted.
Landing It one the bank he opened it
and found the live bin that lookeJ
like the real stuff.
Tie brought thorn fo the OkLhom
State bank where they were pronoun-
ced to he at least heavily plated with
good gold. They were taken to a local
Jeweler who put them through a thor-
ough test finding that each bar con-
tained from 5 to $7 worth of gold In
its composition. It is believed thnt
these bars were lost many years ago
b.v some gold brick men in crossing
put on New Trairs with New Equipments making Better
l and Newer Ccxtecticrs wi:b North and South lines at Le-
h'?h. Frisco Crooner (Arn Rvars Pnrrell nnrl TVilrVasVia
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 87, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 11, 1908, newspaper, April 11, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728115/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.