Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 290, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 6, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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CZf'SSASHA DAILY EXPEES3 CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
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Buy your presents where you get style and beauty with durability added. The furniture store affords such a place to shop Your presents bought
here will not b9 worn out and cast aside in a few weeks as a large per qentre done. Our entire stock is marked down 20 per cent and many articles
bear larger reductions. Music Cabinets Ladies Desks and Dressing Tables for the wife mother sister or sweetheart. Shaving Cabinets Morris Chairs
or Chiffoniers for the men There are hundreds of other articles we might add a Carpet Sweeper Rug Kitchen Cabinet Dressers in all woods Dining
Tables Chairs Buffet China Closets Wardrobes Chiffoniers and our immense stock of Xmas Rockers all go to add comfort and happiness to the home.
This 2 inch continous post Vernis Mar-
tin Iron Bed Worth $1250. Our Xmas
Special for - $698
825.00 Axminster Rug size 9x12 Xmas Special
The large volume of business we have been doing
has given us a heavy outlet for Rugs thus increasing our
purchasing power. When Alexander Smith & Sons had
their auction sales last month at New York City which is
attended only by jobbers and large buyers we had our
representative present and bought our entire line of
Rugs for next spring they are now on our floor for in-
spection. A rare treat for our customers instead of pay-
ing the regular price of $2500 we can offer you our
Xmas Special a
$25.00 Axminster 9x12 Rug for $16.50
Sold at 20 per cent off
And stored free for fut-
Globe-Wernicke Elastic section-
al Book Cases dust proof non-
binding doors are the most reliable
sectional case on the market. An
ideal Xmas present. We are ex-
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Km McOouell name plaU-ioiK jont.
Our Kitchen Cabinets are
white enamel lined full sliding
top and carry a complete set of
glass jars. They are mouse
proof and will save you the price
in one year. Do you think the
wife could appreciate anything
more than a
Kitchen Cabinet for Xm&s
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FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKIISJQ
In Rate of Increase-
Gains 109 Per Cent
in 10 Years
in liiio. Nevada i.s third with an in-
crcase of 'J.'!.4 per cent. It bad a pojui-
la! ion of 42.33." in 100 and h;is only
8 1 75 tio".
Iowa Shows Decrease.
Iowa Is he only state whirh has
shown a decrease. The jwpulatiot) of
hat. state in 1900 was 2.2"1.S33 and the
leiihUs of 1 y 10 showed only 2.224771.
Tlx? average rate of increase of all
the ts lutes so far enumerated In pt r
cent. On this basis (lie cimikim burtnu
now predicts a total population of the
I'niti'd Sia;e at close to 91.1i00'i0.
Counting New Mexico and Arizona
for present purposes as states the full
r?ttirns of the enuimrtion have been
Washington. l. C Dee. C Oklaho-1 (1)iJllla;eJ for thirty-three out of the
ma leads ail state of the union in the f()1 :y.iIH ami the District of tluni-
liicrcase in n-ojmla ion aceordint; to H- bla. They fhow a grand total of ;.-
itres po far reported by the census bu-1 3.".".17S. as aKains-t o.".2'J'JC;;t! for the
reau. Comparison of the figures ob-1 same area in 1900
1a!ned by a special federal census In j Average Gain 20 Per Cent.
Durant Bill in Senate
1907 with those of (lie recent census
shows that there has been an Increase
of 17.2 percent in three years. The
combined population of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory In 1900 wan 790"91.
The census of 1910 shows a total popu-
lation of 10." 71. "." or an increase of
109.C5 per cetK. The upecial federal
census thawed that there were 1411
Missouri since 1S70 the fifth stale
in population has last two places by
the census or 1910 beins; passed by
Texas and Massachusetts.
.; Only three of the Mates whose pop-
ulations have been announced hae
shown a smaller pero-'Utage of growth.
Missouri's rale of Increase was G per
Cent New" Hampshire's 4.6 per cent
and Vermont's 3.6 per cent
Texas Hit Grown Greatly.
The ivoptilatlon or Texas has not yet
been announced hut Uiere Is no doubt
Init that It will be In the neighborhood
of four million and It may even exceed
4hat of Ohio. The papulation of the
states us far a9 n-
This Is a gain of 20 per cent over
the 7..99 1. ."75 indicated by the census
of 1&0C. A corrcsiionding increase for
the sixteen remaining sta'es would
Lrins the figure fcr the entire coun-
try up so close to si: T.00000.
WANT FERGUSON TO
REMAIN IN GRADY.
firady county people want F. K. Ke.'-
guson to continue his work in thi-
county. A large number have slncu
"Chickasha Okla. Dec. f! 1910. Tc.
Mr. W. D. Hentle.v State AkcuI Farm
Demonstration Work Yukon Okla
Dear Sir: Learning that Mr. F. P.
Iowa lost j i'ergUHon district inent has been
I transferred to tha estern part of the
state vp the undersigned farmers of
Grady county Oklalioma. urnently re-
Quest that he bo returned to this sec-
tion of tho state.
"While recognizing that tha proposed
change may be intended as a pro t .-
tion for .Mr. Ferguson we believe that
he Is Tltaly needed In bis home cciin'v
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ident of the citizens' committee a reso-
lution calling upon the business men of
the city to put up a substantial guar-
antee that the terms of the bill is
passed will be carried out is the fore-
runner of a request which will be put
o the citizens asking them to raise a
Imuius for the erection of the buildings
und donation of a Bite. When inter-
viewed on the matter Monday how-
ever many leading business men de-
clared tha they are are not In a posi-
ion at this time to contribute anything
to the guarantee.
Through a compromise of the senate
and house seems to rest the solution of
the present situation. In some char-
ters it Is claimed the Wiight-Peery-Duran:
bill will eventually pass al-
though both houses will have to make
Following the meeting of the capital
committee .Monday afternoon it was an-
nounced authoritatively that lii'tle
progress had been made in shaping the
bill to meet the demands and exactions
of .the insurgents of both houses.
Where tlie senate objects it he house
favors and 5ce versa. Member s of the
house are hnsy about the lobbies in
an endeavor to win adherents to the
bill which they adopted by so over-
whelming a majority.
New York 9.11
I'enr.sylvunia .".fitl.l.l 1 1 0.302115 21.0 i
Illinois 5.fi.18ritt 4.821r..-)0 10.9;
Ohio .4.1.)7r l."( 1! 072.S10 14.7
.Texas In 19uo had 3.048.710 and ever!
since ihen there has been Htendy emi-
Eraticn from other slates Into the Pan-:
handle and the Gulf coast country as1
well as Into the cities all of w hich j
liluiw large gains in population. i
Idaho of the states so far announced '
shows the record greaUst rato of
jV'owth with 101.3 per cent. 1U Mpu-
latlon was 101772 In 1900 and S2.yt4
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Thomas and A. E. Pettigrew to M.
J. McDonald 9-S-10 $000 lots 15 and
10. block 51.
Wm. Howard and wife to J. O. Louis
11-20-10 750. west 33 feet lot 3 block
.1. C. Cnlp and wife to C. W. Harper
10-25-00 $200. lots 10 and 11 block 61
L. H. Hrown to same $75. 11-17-05
41 block 61 Hush Springs.
Incr. aii M this part of the Ktait. where he! lots 1
9 7208.894 25.4 (is now well acquainted with Ihe r:o i Wm. (liiyncs to Alter Stephens
HONOR ROLL FOR NORTH
SCHOOL FOR NOVEMBER.
The following pupils were given
honor roll certificates for the month
of November: Ethel Blackmail Leta
Mae Brown Frances Freeman Annie
Holmes Maggie Hall ' Beulah Miller
Iteba Meadows Vivian Shinarer E'sie
Siuckwisii Hattie Talbert Wilda Was-
senbeek Edih MeGaughy Jennie Bar-
row Clark Daniels Virgil Garner Rus.
sell Gibson Oran .Mead Algie Powell
Walter Kussell Glenn Slater Buster
Walling J. W. Winters Bruce Car-
ter Jasper Mead. Everett Lawson
Clinton Davis Eunice Reynolds John
Lewis Ivan Cleveland Harry Daniels.
Cleo Bedell Juanita Holt. Ruth Reville
Myrl Rippey. Celia Swank Sammie
Balk Charlie Dwyer. Everett Ingle
Kenneth Monahan William Meinecke.
Leonard Mason Curtis Rickets Clyde
Tague. Elmer Yearta. Albert Mitchell
Thelnia Maglies Bessie Cluck Bonnie
Claxton Mildred Kemper Vadie Mead
Bonnie Hammcrsley Claribel Bul'ord.
Mamie Talbert Helen Woods Irene
Kenyon Granville Mason Clifford
Mocabee Neely Hill Daisy Downey
Ray Sloan. Marie Freeman Bessie Al-
lison Athalie Williams. Winifred Bee-
by .Minnie Dollman Edna Carter.
Leriniah Coker. Lottie Goodwin Helen
Murphy Maggie Kellion Mayer
Harrod. Calvin Lewis Euclid SniMi
Martha Murphy Bertie Tolbert Ruth
Christian By run Uhea. Gladys -Filz-l.atrlck.
Estella Balrd. Lee Roy Miller
Abide Wasecrbeck Lnma Bet s. Rus
sell Grlssom. Christie Cole
J.ewls Ida Balk.
This is the greatest number of cer-
tificates Issued in miy cue month t h la
year. Attendance has been 95 per
cent of the average number belonging.
The interest in sciieol work Is good.
Parents are cordially Invited So visit
classes to hear their children recite.
How j man lies when he tells the
woman he intends to marry that he
plans to devote his whole life to mak-
ing her happy!
Any man who believes ihat in a
few years people will travel every-
where in airships is generally re-
gar2ed as progressive.
If you must talk lodge
to people who belong.
talk it only
Romance when it lasts too long is
always a disappointment.
The landscape affords about the
widest opportunity In art for rotten e-
i'crt. Women pay heavier penalties than
men. It was probably so intended or
k would be otherwise.
When a man goes visiting it is usu-
ally an old man and he goes to "re-
main indefinitely" if bis kin keep him.
When a man brings in an unreason-
able bill now he explains it by saying
that automobiles have made the price
of rubber so high.
Wha. has become of the old-fashioned
man who said to his departing
guest "Well come back again when
you haven't so long to stay!"
If you are sleepy and tired and
wobbly In the .morning it Is because
Meda J011 t'e not living right. You are in-
juring your chances unless you take
care of your health. Most men who are
polite agreeable and successful t;njoy
pie and therefore In a position to be . 10. $550. lots 8 to 14. In same.
of great service to the farmers or tlit-. ! Hot tie Claycoinb to Wessie E. Ray.
district ' 7-19-10 $:!00 lot 8 block 15S. Chlcka-
"We therefore petition you t... i sha.
your influence with Dr. S. A. Kttapp of ! K- K- Akil' au' wife to J. C. Wade
Washington. D. C to have Mr. Feri'.i-' 12-3-10. $1000. 8e ne 3-5-7.
son returned to this section of OkU-j W. T Phillips to Ruby I. Harrii-ou.
homa." 11121-10 $750 lots 15 10. 17 and 18.
I block oM. Chickasha.
THE MONEY WHICH YOU S I- E N D
AT HOME MAY COME BACK TO
YOU; SEND IT AWAY AND YOU
SEE IT NO MORE.
EVERY DOLLAR THAT YOU
TPEND AT HOME HELPS TO MAKE
CHICKASHA A SETTER TO.VN.
Any woman can buy the beauty
sold at drug stores such as It io.
No one ever heard of a man swear-
ing off gambling after a winning.
Real tetrs are becoming almost as
rare wi.h the women as real hair.
One trouble with the man who is
greatly moved by a revival sermon is
that he Is apt to have to be removed '
.Mr. J. II. Ready and Mr. Lawrence
Mills gave a theater party la.it even-
lug at the Overholser to see "The
Witching Hour" for Miss Marguerite
Colder and her guest. Miss Lillian
Hendricks of Chickasha. Oklaho-
Presidential addresses and state pa-
pers seven vols.
Winning of the West four vols.
Naval War of 1812 two vols.
The Wilderness Hunters
Hunting the Crl.sly.
Hunting Trips o a Ranchman.
The Strenuous Life.
American Ideals State Papers and
Churchill A Modern Chronicle.
Deland Old Chester Tales Awaken-
ing of Helena Richie.
Dumas Count of Monte Chrlsto.
Garland Cavanaugh Forest Ranger;
Hough 54-40 or Fight.
Hewlett Little Novels of Italy.
James The Passionate Pilgrim.
Montgomery Anne of Green Gables; ;
Anne of Avonlea. j
Porter Freckles; The Girl of Llm-'
Tarkiuton The Conquest of Canaan.
Tlranet The Man of the Hour; The:
Tomliuson Ward Hill at Weston; j
Ward Hill the Teacher. j
Vaile The Orcutt Girls. j
Van Dyke The Blue Flower. j
Von Suttner Ground Arms. I
The Review of Reviews has present-
ed the library a handsome volume of
Roosevelt cartoons covering the j
period of his public liTe from 1SS4 till
the present time. j
Bacon Advancement of Learning i Suitors.
Bible indexed Illustrated.
Coneybeare and Howson's Life and
Epistles of Paul.
Farrar Life and Work of Paul.
Edersheim Life and Times of Je-
sus two vols.
Geikie Life of Christ.
Halsiead Christ la the Industries.
Peabody Christ and the Social
McGarvjy Commentary on Actsf
Commentary on the New Testament. -
McKnight Harmony of the Gospel-i
Jameson Faussett Brown Critical
and Expository Commentary two vols.
Uanke History of the Popes.
Sacred Books of the East.
Smith Bible Dictionary.
Flavius Josephus Complete works.
Story of the World's Worship.
Sam Jones' Own Eook.
Life Wit and Wisdom of Spurgeon.
Fiction Rent Collection 10c for 5 Days.
Abbott Molly Make-Believe.
Calhoun Miss Minerva and William
Churchill A Modern Chronicle.
Cooke The Power and the Glory. )
Davis Otice Upon a Time.
Garland Cavanaugh Forest Ranger.
Johnson The Varmint.
McCutcheon The Rose in the Ring.
Meredith The Crdeal of Richard
Nicheisou The Siege of the Seven
Balwin Story of the Mind.
Ladd Primer of Psychology.
Locke Essays on Economics.
Kant Critique of Pure Reason.
Marcus Aurelius Thoughts.
Spencer Data of Ethics; First Prin-
Day in the
iivery v.ciiitui it ti.iU. ua.- at .
cooing and'prattling of a baby and.
motiicrhocd is her hts-t; Slid pttTt
joy." Yet the suffering incianr.t t.
this great consummation oi hr Uf a's
desire robs the anticipation of son;
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woman to the crisis in healthful physical
Mother's Friend l:sscus the paia
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