Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. THIRTEEN, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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We have found our
EVANS & SMITH
rc'V s'una?' i TELEPH0NE NO. 43. j
O F F I O I A L P A P E R 0 F GRADY COUNTY
CI11CKAS1IA OKLAHOMA JANUARY 25. 1912
Cit year delivered br carrier i iO
Elx month delirered by carrier 2 40
'hre montha delivered by carrier 1.20
Gkt month delivered by carrier .40
Any erroneous reflection on the character standing or reputation of any
person firm or corporation and any oilnstatement which may appear In the
columni of the Express will be gladly corrected upog Ua being brought to
ts attention of the management
BURNS AND BROTHERHOOD.
Then !! us pray
That come it may
Art come it will for a' that
That seit.-e ami wonh
O'er all the eartU'
May bear the gree and a" I hat;
It's coining yet for a that
That men !o men the world o'er
Shall broihers be for a' that.
It is refresh) at; on this I l;rd autiver-s-iiry
of the birth o; the beloved Scot-
lish bard to recall the fervid sen'.i-
jnents of human brotherhood express-
ed by him iii an aj:e when the idea
of universal brotherhood was far 5e;s
prevalent in the weld than i- is to-
day. "iYwt fools tli"ir s-iiks and knaves
their wine the rank U but the guin-
ea's stamp a man's- a man for a'
Robert Burns waa a poet of dem-
fw'fafy. Horn amid humble scenes
communing deeply with nature as he
lead the lne of a simple plowman he
discovered 'he realities of existence
and learned to scorn ihe aruficiaiities
upon which biiperficial minds set val-
ue. To him the distinction accord-
ed to men by rea -on if the po-s''s i'm
of riches or so-called rank was noth-
11k " A hoitci-t man'a thy noblest
work cf God." The unthinking might
he dazzled by the glittering nhow hut
the poet saw ib-cper and lie realized.
that rank wan within the heart that I
a man's character fixed hi.-i s'ati'in in
And r.uiii had a vUion of the com-
ing day when men's actions toward
each Other will he based upon the
principle of brotherhood and not on
the law of the juiuie wheie V-'a "each
for himself am! the de'il take (ho
hindmost." The human race hat trav-
eled far i-iuce the bard of Ayr sang
J;) .i-"i.' Hlel 'ill hi.l (f tuilth 31'd
ttltiu ha reeeiei neiii)' haid biu'.vH
Imi Re ate yet tar ii"m the f.-'oiions
in' niini il.e ;. t t:r:V a
i5iiiii-- a i.i ss'-.sry and a tn'f a"". I"
''in claHh of ( lane and strife of in-trif-t
e find to(j much evidence of
tU- rciii of . iri.-'me-s t"'1 ii.-vcr. iii'-
K-im t a.-e of ! ! hrc'l.rrh'i'cl
moves onward and Robert Burns
Tteift be honored as a preacher and a
t.riinhi.t i-.f ;!e briciiter day.
We have; had nonic ex-
tremely cold weather
and as a result many
people are suflerin
f rum severe colds as the
results. Do not wait as
many prove fat. P.uy
a box of our ceiebrsted
U ill lu
(luarantt'ed to do the
Special sale of regular
25c Cake of Soap
1 1 Jf
the Fostoflice at Chickasha
aa second class maii matter.
One week delivered by carrier .10
One year by mall 4.00
Six months by mall 2.00
Three mouths by mail "..CU
Slngl copy .05
CHINESE CAN TEACH US.
.Muskogee Phoenix: It Is estimat-
ed that at one-half the rale of pro-
duction which prevails in the culti-
vated districts of China and the vime
rate of consumption that the arable
ana of Xew York would support the
greater part of the population of tho
("tilted States at this time. Okla-
homa is a much larger state.
Thick of the possibilities of Okla-
homa under intense cultivation with
whatever irrigation is necessary in
the western pan of the state! We
may know a lot more than the Chin-
ese about some things hut what they
could teach us about agriculture
would make quite a .'ihrary of useful
information. There is a word of sug-
gestion in these statistics to the folks
who own enough land to make con-
siderably more than a a average Chin-
ese farm. The smaller ''hinese farm
is about the size of a Muskogee town
lot. The largest ia about the size of
some which have been sold in the
government land sales for a few hund-
red dollars and a farm which would
cost more than two or three thousand
dollars in thes) salea would be con-
sidered a princely domain in China.
How rich we are in opportunities
jut we may remain poor because of
the lack of experience which has
aught people in ue densely populat-
ed portions of the world to husband
Keep the clean-up crusade going.
The Oklahoii?an seconds the nomi-
nation of Teddy for president of
Meantime we don't observe any
rush of patriots for the vice presi-
fine excellent way for democrats to
make gouil "elope" for the coming
campaign is to keep down expenses
in every ii.priiiient of gu'. tu'iiiuunt.
Gifford I'lnehot introduced Ia Fol
ie'le as ' Tin; loan I SUepO'il for the
presidential nomination" Is it possi-
ble that Giff. lias gone hack on the
The New State Tribune H a strung
opponent of the Akin bill and has
published some very able articles ex-
posing tiie fallacies in the arguments
of the si-hool killers.
The human race is divided into two
classes those who go ahead and d(
something and those who sit still and
want to know why it. wasn't done the
other way.Kxi hange.
One man complains that he has had
to do all the coal "toting" about his
limine since Jonas Cook laid down the
rule which exempts the "women
fniks" from this species of labor.
At. tiie rate that the drill is now
goics down in tl Rock Creek fii-ld
il Vv'or.'t tat" !' o e whellier its
"ile" or no "i!e." A Inrisp number of
citizens are awaitjnir the returns with
If he wants to. Henry Robbing of
the McAii -iii-r New a-Capital can say
"I told you so." Several riayn aiio
he accurately forecast the re.-mlt
of the Coalate convention in which
the fiooscvelt. boom went up in Ed
Perry's balloon and fa. ltd to get. back
We wonder if sotno of (lie valiant
champions of readin' 'ritiu' and "rith-
metie won't complain about the new
!nr:i:'i"i notion of teaching the school
pi'rls the art. of selecting and buying
meat. Tiie domestic science class in
the local bir'h school made a roiuid of
the markets the other day and were
given practical lesson-. '"f course
their grandmothers didn't need thai
sort of instruction because they went
to the smoke-house after their meat
iuittead ul to Iha duwu-on markets
"i here's not a
c o 'nut dessert cake !
j.-fi line candy whatever
i' y b tliat you cm t make
i -if i" nt hrr more thoroughly dc
lii in c .ry way by using
t . tf"' 1
t'v.t ill t'l'1 -rim- svln-fij f
I Thr? 1
t a-t i in' .:" u i t i-"'b '""i-i
V.'hiio i'.-.an sopcriur.
Ak Your Grocer
It v -r r -i F ..1 I'rr.lu--. Ih'rc tit ri-fy li-w bo. lo n.4 carry
i. -i ( -. . i i muv W rt (V l-wnt hi- eu I )u ow. A k hia lo
t.ll'1-m li.i v -.. H- rjii u ily be will nf mm.
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Waples-Platter Grocer Co.
Dallas Deniton Ft Worth
t- BRANCH HOUSESi
. .a Cimsvitlt Tcx. Crnvil!e T.
Oklahoma will raise everything
from cabbage to ka! fir corn this yo.nr
in surprising abundance as a result
of the season which has been put in
.he ground by the late rains and I
snows and deep freezing throughout
the state says the .Muskogee Phoenix.
The t'nited Mine Workers have ad-
opted a rule that no man is eligible to
office in the union unless he has
been a miner for five years and a
member of the organization for three
years. The purpose is to keep out
of the union such characters as Ortie
Democrats who want to have a
voice in the selection of the nominee-
for president should prepare to take
a hand in the precinct meet.ags Feb.
10. If the people don't take charge
of these meetings the politicians will
and man who fails to take part
in the.a will have no right to register
The J'auls Valley KnhTpi ise of
which Win. Krwiu is editor and pub-
Usher has just celebrated its 25th
birthday. It is one of the best and
most propi'tons weeklies in the
;la!e a ;i.e jnt is to In; a' trihu'ed
largely to tin. abililv and euery of
ii publisher. We wish Ihe Knter-rim-
"niniiv hauiiv returns of the oc-
a ;iim" mill i on ' n tl'-i success.
A lively cm t is mm mi an It:
ihe aniiiiii;y of OlJaiioma n v.-;pip
rs. It sewins to be conceded that the
Indian Journal Kufnuta. is the pat-
riarch ot l lie bunch and the Vitii't
;'iiieftaiu ioumted ill i .-S J ciainoi to
lave been tiie second to arrive on the
scene. As a contribution to tiie news-
paper hU'ory of the Hta'e we rise to
remark that tiie Kxpiess got into the
tame in May iShi nearly twenty
years ao and is therefore entitled to
some distinctions as one of the. "old-
I I ' .
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. t itnr t . mot-. i
t Vfll ..... :- .
Ask the Grocer IJoy
He will tell you that many of the
"best people" the best rooks
will have no baking powder but
Hp would dVlivcras much attain it it
din't Ut so l inn. One ti-ipji--';;l
c1"ks the work of twnof nihTixiv.riera
Bt ihcMmf priii-. That's the mum.
It t-ost but a cent pn ounce. Tint's
the anti imi-t pni e for higlicst Kimie
bak ing pnwdt-r. tjct it at your gruier't
in 1ic-ISc--.1'-k: cum.
Layton Pure Food Cor.rjinny
tast St. Loui ill.
II 4"-i- r"-" r t.. f-'--'- f--r
I II I . U. A ; 1
it tj siv.ji"" " '(I
ciianuts uwd the procc ;s of pitpw
tt. Bnwnwfiou iil
Tf. Humt'n TeJU
ChiUicolhc I . AmillUo.
According to newspaper reports
drillers six miles east of Lawton
struck oil bearing sand at a depth of
tl ff.'et. The sand however doesn't
yield oil in commercial quantities
and the well will be sunk deeper.
The fact that the state Girl's col-
lege has enrolled students from 2IJ
counties shows that the institution
young as it is has already won wide
favor in the state. Without a cent
spent for advertising the enrollment
has now reached 2.10.
4. 4.4 4 ;
(Ry E. S.)
learn to live.
lesson in life is to
As ihe season of valentines ap-
proaches the desire tt pay off old
J One difference between tiie beauty
J of women is the differeuei fcjtween
j tbe brand of face poviers.
i ihe.so days of law enforceiuuut
i: is iiardly safe to nerve suet pudding
with a highly flavored dressing.
Hciug an optimist means more
i than hoping for the best; it means
i that you actually expect to get it.
In i hp sunshine of a chilli's smile
it is easy to forget the rares and re-
sponsibilities of real work-day life.
Reputation and character are two
distinct attributes but it behooves ua
(0 see .that the former is in keeping
wih tiie latter.
We have observed that children
are more particular Rnd are guided
farther by their like and dislikes
than grown folks are.
A HUSBAND'S TEN COMMAND-
MENTS. Illy Marion Fairfax author of tlm
1. Thou shalt have no other god
2. Thou shalt not raise in thine
heart the Image of any hero of foot-
light favor nor compare me to him;
for I thy lord and god am a human
being Ht;;l it's all-fired lucky for
thee that. I am!
:! Thou shalt not take the name
of my bank account in vain. (1. 8.
when thou payest five and twenty
niuioieons for thy hat and fifty
measly coppers for my tie it eaus-
eth me to wonder if thou art really
worth the game. Kemembcr it tak-
eth me longer to pry the world Ioobo
from a quarter of an hundred than
It taketh you to subtract that sum
from me and a Kood tie might as-
sist in both processes.)
4. Itememher my .Sabbath and keep
it cheerful: for six days have I lab-
ored and done nil my woik but the
seventh jg the Sabbath of thy loid
and nod. In it 1 will do no manner
of work. I will not. mind thy baby
listen to thy minister nor write thy
checks. For six days have 1 labored
to procure divera tiiingn for thee
from the heavens aad the earth the
sea and all that In them is: so give
oiler at big discounts the following.
Get One For Baby
NoMpwjr drH'ots baby more
liiatt Jo i'C camrn rvrxy w ncrr
uid her (toe U ith ine Oriole
h f iiinir iit-
iriK oo cars.
tor tak itiMf
bbv with you
and never li ft-
iuz Inn out
the t J
.by ( I '.
put! a coni
nd the (.o
whrrc it wili
or can be
t i ed on
can also he used a a Hijjh Chair Basinet
or Kabv Jtimi-r. Mot econotnicai article
ever invented for children. Physicians
eudorse its n-f
If you are thinking of hnyioji a coach
for baby let u laiit tt over with you.
$8 $10.50 $12.50
Pimples Cured in Ten Days j
OR YOUR MONEY BACK j
Auy one who ha. pimr1'. boitf. btai-'. he.it
liver .pots up?n euro anil eruptions phon'ii .now
il i. bci'iiw of hail bloi-i. 1 he eirtiilam.il h
Iweome eonLminatisl with inttr that hu dm I
taswd the btoofr which is beinif ft treed out of Ihe
system throutch the port uf the skin- Thia con-
d it ton cannot be cured unless you remov the
rauHe- Bin-Ter Con-.olexton TaWct purify the
tt'Ktd. atrensrthena the sfltem and makes your '
Pkin healthy thus rantonnfr your complexion to '
ita clear youthful appearance. If Bm-ler uon t
cure you we wiil return your nun
lirwier the purifyinir and tonic effect of Bin-Tor
Complexion Tablets thf pylfm wttl he hn It up
aid yuur skin citarpd usually m slmnf fn dav.
!old and rern-rn mended hy BHOH'N A CO. Send
2(e trt Hin-Tfr IjiWarnry. 14 W. WanhiriKlori
Cbicajro. for Bitnpla-
I lit WlllVllHVUM ii w.i II oliiV
We have added new and up-to- i
! date machinery to our plant and j
! are able to do anv i
!MACH!HE OB FOUNDRY WORK!
i We make a specialty of Sash '
i Weights Structural Iron Work j
and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop i
j in connection. See the Nix Corn !
Stalk Cutter which we manufact- i
CONRAD nROS. I
me a rest on the abbath day and I
j hallow it.
i . ."i. Honor my Htoiiiach that my
' day may be long in the of fin; into
; wblcli my love for thee ha'h driven
i inc. !
I i'. Tlioii tibalt iioi kill my love b j
askinv; if 1 love thee for this que. 1
I tion raisetn jjrave doubt in my mind. .
7. Thou f.l.alt :p;t ;; '.:': ;
i i.i ik wi.ii U1H.IU9 '
inoihi r for Hire it. '. 'u a dep.-!
X. Thou tiiialt not steal my
sions by powtieriiiK lb) nunc m
lug off thy hair in my presence.
' a u -Ite.
member that it Is illusion that I'm
(Xo man likili to pay tun iluil.'i-
for a silver kniik knack and then Innl
out it's tin.)
9. Thou alialt not te ar fale t
rieHs -X(ept to be hiiucmiik. Ileal
daintily In fibs and "leave the iineful
li to til".
(I need it in my tnisim--s.i
Thou aha't not rnvet thy
ni-iKiib"r' apartm. tit but .-!oi In
j thy flat. Thou lia!t not covet her
huhhainl'ii earning power hut. help
me to make (lie nil of mine.
If thou wilt Jiondi-r tiicHH thlllk;)
in thy heart and do them then ahull
thy htifband meditate upon thee In
the HL'bway ami -h!! tle-e h w ine and
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LOOK AT THESE PRICES
$15.00 now . $11.25
12.50 now. 10.00
16.50 now. 13.00
UP TO FEBRUARY FIRST
On all Rockers we will offer you double Green Trailing
Stamps. You get two instead of une (let your Rockers
now. Big stock. All kindii. See the iinn i-nse line at
$1.50. $2 $2.50 $2.7? $3 $3.25 $4 up to $25
Ditl You Catch Gold Last Night?
Model Cough and Cold
Will relieve you of it when other
kinds fail. Guaranteed to
THE MODEL DRUG STORE
1 H Ul Wl
1 yiiclWnv Ni(:ht ::::: I
Mnrlnrn in f':t-i-j i.
Every Vay aiel Cr.i.!y
to) (irin v.riifnr'p)
I CROSS & JONES
An eastern f ilk nck ti factory inttallctl Klectric
Flat Irons after usin Ka.-'.-hcate'J irons. Th? .
ricikt'c iror.ir department ch'v.v'i z rrm.'?"
iticrraw o!" 1 jn-r fftit iti ut put. amla Krratt f
ijrt'reaie in ntimlit r of Lurnoil ar.il injurri lu-tk
Thi shows wli;4 tlui Mloctric Iron will lo for
ytu. Increase the amount of work you can put
through with tltc same clfurt and make it easier
to do that work without burning or trouble.
GET ONE NOW
317 Chickaaha Ave.
blULiv IUU mi am.
Come today & see
See the Tourists
Al our motion Go-
Carts easily operat-
ed nickle trimmrd
or solid colors. We
oiler tiii'He carts
cheap on account of
last year's patterns.
The 1D1 2 models will
arrive in April. The
1U12 cart ia no bet-
ter than the TJll
carts only a little
change been made.
Double Green Trad-
ing Stamps on all
Go Carts. Take ad-
vantage on this
2 Stamps for One
Lunch Counter n
Onnn Dnv and W
ih. . it iu f chirt-j.-l ! S
Cmnty. A h'l'.'.K villi hn- 8
The Best Q
-of Meals W ';
Heat & Power Co.
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