Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 136, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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5. ' ar J - ' -
CAN OLE MAKING INDUSTRY.
' ' . J (WOT
years. There. 1h1ow ttie surface
are forests of ages immense
tracts of fossilized wood.
"You must remember that all
"; England was one vast oak forest
In reply to inquiries from - at one time patches of which onk
manufacturer of candle moldi
. . imuttu VUUBUI
E; ii Piie of iUw Material kaad to i
-3s Cause of Decline Their TT.
V IfiX? 4 h- y
. -vnwu. u i i li v rai in.
I veue tt iHs eu oi UrusseU j "These bog lands formed by the
a 'tic -jbkt vi luuuies
I fillini' lin of natural l.as'ni 1 .
A. ...!.... 11 j: . ' - uaii:
T ! fc'-"y uinrmg even in; i0-ked within them the forests
remote districts of the country 0f centuries wh'ieh are coal in the
where petroleum is now in very making. And even in coal you fre-
( general use. In large tow ns and queilty get the distinct formation
important cities candles and pe of a tree trunk
j troleum have been superseded by j Ai for the pratical TaIue ol
tan auu rin ii iLH v. l n rnriii i. v. : ... .
m . JT r If. i-umi.- th ancient trees discovered al
onr Labors and Increase your Comforts in many ways by t:on of the industry is not good Peterborough I should say it it
some of the many electrical devices we will ihow you at j hich is principally attributed to verv little." Bo? oak cannot bp
tp is now so convenient so enective and so cheap for many pur- fp
poses that you are behind the age it you do not adopt it foi fp
use in home or office. Come down and see us. You cacnot If
mtl . . ' . " i rr. "me. uog oa cannot be
tur u pnr oi raw material. uged BUMfullj for furniture ot
2 Although the ueof candles for paneling and can only be adapted
i- """6 fuissn o small things. It is brittle aud
gium three manufactories.
Materials used there in the man
ufacture of candles are stearine
fail to have an interesting visit.
m ! stearic add and paraffin. Impor
i'ATlt il li u n t it f li
$ Chickasha Lighi float And
C ?L C: f: & B C; T. ; ft g C; C.' ft g; g g
I!a MaJe Great PLANS To Welcome You Daring LOUISVILLE'S
HOME COMING WEEK
and in addition to regular trains TLe RCtK ISLAND Las
trranjed for Oklahoma and Indian Territory ex-Kenturkiam
....SPECIEL IRA!;; GERV!CE ...
CLair Can Coaches Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleeping
Can through to Louisville without Change. Leaving Okla-
homa Cit t 3 p. m. June 11 and arriving in Lovisv:!L- the
ONE FARC PLUS S2.00 FOR THE
ROUND TRIP. TICKETS ON
SALE JUNE It. 12 AND 13
Full Information from your nearest agent on by addteasing
tant quantities of church candles
short medium and very long sim-
ple and decorated are also manu-
factured in Uelgiuui. About uiue-
tenths of the general output is ex
ported. Thus it is shown that
without the exjM.rt trade the man
ufacture of candles in Helgiuui
would practically be abandoned.
randies mounted by ma-
rliinery. The machines are of
M!tiian French and Kngluu
origin the (ieinian made niacliine
picdrHiiinatii":. The capacity et
inaciiiijcK in use varies from mi
to 4IMI molds. Average daily
production is about :;.'.( lot) pounds
ioi- eacli factory.
The candle industry in the Vi ne -tiini
proviiu-es is a romp'raticlj
importni.t (inc. i ic st.itoiieH
for the j-rt of .Venice shew that
the exportation exceeded the im-
portation by about MO.dlii) in thi
cal. n.lar year 1!)M. Large quan-
tilics are also shipped to othci
I ';rt? of Italy of which there is no
o.'icial record. Altogether the
aa hard as jet."
ACTOR BEGAN AS MINSTREL
railroad point 200 acres rf
of Washita Valley land at
yould you like to see
these or any others? Then
n . .c 9 f
GOOD (Si CO; h
ROOMS 3 AND 4 TERRELL B'LD'C PHONE 3S7. 1
I . .
Depends largelv upon the
selection of the right farm.
There is where we can
We have Farms
for sale in various sizes and
localities. 130 acres of val-
lev land 2lA mil" from
. . . . . . .
YfjKyrf J. A. STLVVART
L41 Kantai City Mo.
J. S. McNMLY
D. P. A.
Oklahoma City 0. T.
Tales of Lights of the Stage as to How
Burt Was Made Story of
Booth and Banjo.
Back again in the cars off for
Cleveland and at our midnight
repast the subject of rainstreis
came up relates Francis Wilson
in Hcribner's. Jefferson said he
thought he was one of the first
men to black his face after the ap
pearance and success of ''Jim
Crow" (T. I.) Kice.
"I suppose" said Mrs. Jirew
"there are very f w men in this
onipnny v ho have not at one time
or another l-eu associated with
minstrel iN-rformaiices." j
"I played 'IJrudder Jones'";
paid Mr. JciTcrson. j
''Kverlody knows I was in the1
minstrel business." Coodwin ex-j
! claimed. "Ves." 1 remarked '"be-1
; cause we were there together."
"Well' joined in Crane "I was on
the tambourine end with Camp !
bell's 11 i istrels." I remember;
tellirg this at La v i ence Cai et t's !
house at Cohaset where the rest !
lf li. I -nil- ....(.. ..I ..t !. !...; I
field is a fair one for exploitation . ;U1 s11j;i.
in. in in. 1 ui i-i s 01 cjiiioie in M K (den (
ill" n 1 : 1 el 1 i n 1 -1- v -i 1 1 I it ; n
' " ' l a were
laet mat the rapidly extendirg I j. vt
use or electricity even 111 small
D. Stone Agent
Insures Growing Crops against Hail;
also Live Stock Farm buildings and con-
tents against Fire Lightning and Torna-
do. Money to loan on farms at 8 per
cent. Phone 120. Write or calk at
BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING.
KOOMS i .S:2 CHICKASHA LAND CO.'S OFFICK.
villajres correlatively ifduccH the
more primitive methods of ilium-inatio-..
i .vs. ai. l h
riDF t AST KiriJT I
l ire was discovered in the" rear
of the Singer Sewing Machine Co's
place near the corner of Fourth
and Chickasha avenue about one
o'clock last nifht John Robinson
who rooms near by saw light in the
rear of the building and cn investi
fating found the interiorafire. He
gave the alarm and called assistance
and had broken into the building
and removed most of the burning
material when the fire department
came and finished the job. A sew
ing machine and a quantity of oil
were the principal losses. No great
damage was done to the building
Dr. Tye is the owner of the
property. The orcgin of the fire is
What. when where? Pine nrian
recital Thursday evening at Mcth Ior rent :4 f lrnished rooms for
odist church. Tickets on sale at ! nie $' -50 per week. Vance Min-
jckamans & Lemons. 34-53'r m6 Col. ave. 1 135 1137
B. B. Bei-kfoot. i. D. Cunlchul
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAMf
OfRoe'Orer Browaaon't Pbamutcy
Chickasha Ind. Tor
CHAS. M. FECEHEIMEB
ATTORNEY AT LaW.
Commercial Real Estate and Pro-
bate Tractice. Johnson Kuildiiifr
Tbone No. 300.
MDRDT & WESTPHAL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Real Instate and Probate Practice
a Specialty Office Daily Express
Building. Phone 443.
FOREST BELOW CR0UND.
Biologist Dec're That Th ere Is Noth-
ing at All Remnrkble About
IU Growth Gives lUmsons.
According to an eminent biolo-
frist there is nothingat all remark-
able in the discovery of a buried
forest of oak trees nenr Peter
borough England. "In bog lands"
he Raid "it is a common thing to
find a few feet below the aurface
th' forests which have been sub-
merged with the shifting of tht
earth's strata. From a geo-
logical ioint of view the Peter-
borough buried forest may have a
certain amount of interest though
that dejH'iids oa whether nnyani
mals have been found there.
'There are some great reptilei
in the South Kensington museum
which were found in Peterbor-
ough and they are millions of
years older than the newly discov-
"The forest lM-d on the Norfolk
coast is iilso far older than 2000
ihl how he unit .1. S. ('Luke
minstrel in tier oungi 1
owe i 1 It h np b
me I in -iiick a
little 0:. the banjo." 1 hushed
and liooth inijuiied the reason
and I added; "Oh nothing much
only l.ooih and the banjo seemed
such an odd combination."
Tiiat forcible in.-'i u' !
of the mos t inrn nt-n
May June. J sly Ai
d'x-s antl C'y lone.-. Hi.
I t lr.- li.n.l of t tit l.fe hliil d- lMr.tmt-d to t lie Ml'l.fjr
li-iti .;ie MiHa.si.n of the year r Kt ttiori if ll vavt antl imr-
r. 1 1 ..!;.'in umtnunity from 1IKK uml WIND "i lie- rnui.l hs if
-e. l.-mln-r lire Mnyulurly (.ro-iurtive of di a.-trot! 'lirna-
t;l.ne il yo'.i utueyour imi-t-rty prottnt it Ly I'olicy. '1 1h
lreiM-nt ii pri'ititiuus the ct imniii.al and theduty m.ir.if' st lit-t ce. immediate action is
urn'Mtly Bue:.ttil. Toniorio-v may he toti laUj. lii-mt-mUT llmt an Attr:t.e fireni.tl
.Torritt.io Toiicy ii i.- ii'-d at
PRICE & MELTON
Central Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Estate and Fire
In several i-esptct the Alban
iaus are the most interesting jeo
pie in EuroiM'. They commit no
crimes but murder. Among them
human life has an even smallei
value than in Sicily and the ven
(letta prevails even more rigidly.
The old law of an eye for an eye
a tooth for a tooth and a life for a
life is strictly enforced but the O
laws of hospitality are equally re-
spected and when once a man ba
broken bread cr tasted salt with
Albanians his life is safe against
cfl comers as long as he remain
An ostrich feather if held np-
right will b? seen to be perfectly
equal on both sides the stem di-
viding it exactly in the center. Ia
ether feathers the stems are
i-Z ' IS. I'jr msit::tl2lziJ!i;iiurjtJ IJi g.
Is before you. If you've been dissatisfied with past insur
ance your way is clear from now on to get only the best p
FIRE INSURANCE t
we write. We will pay auy loss promptly without rebates
delaysor other vexations. We personally superintend looking hi
after losses. Insure in our companies and stop further worry .
J. P. WHATLEY.
Office Chickasaw Trust Co. -Bank.
found to be more or less on one Vi
GL OTHING EQR lESS THAN COST
We have a great many broken lots of Clothing with only two three or four Suits
of a kind. We have concluded to throw these Suits on the Market
This is no fake Sale but Genuine Bargains in Up-to-date Seasonable Goods and as to
Price and Quality of Goods we defy competition.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 136, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906, newspaper, June 8, 1906; Chickasha, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728610/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.