Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 235, Ed. 1 Monday, October 3, 1910 Page: 3 of 6
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CMCKASHA OKLATIOMA.
1 Chickasha Daily Express
. EVANS & SMITH
Ceorge II. Evans Editor
IJryce P. Smith Manager
CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA OCTOBER 3 1910
Ob year delivered by canto .14.8Q
Six months delivered by carrier. 2.40
Three months delivered by carrier 1.20
' moath delivered by carrler .40
THE FARCE ENDED.
Viider the above heading the Musko-
&ee Phoenix one of the oldest reub-
ican papers In the state discusses the
suit of the town lot cases as fob
-'The government by its own motion
; Inked to have all the no-caned town
" ot conspiracy cases against Governor
. X. Haskell. W. T. Htitchinga V. It.
liiton. W. Turner K. B. Severs and
f I Z. Kngjaml disnilssed.
"It. was charged that the parties
Inspired m defraud the government
by entering into a deal whereby cer-1
tain town lots in the town
ee wen- secured at
less than their t
actual value by the substitution of j
names of purchasers etc. not resi-lning between $2750000000 and $:!-
dents of Muskogee. I'nder the act j 000000000. the South will have by far
j segregating the townsites from the In. the largest Income ever received by It
dfan lands in the old Indian Terri- from agriculture assuring greater pros-
I tory each resident entitled to but I perity to the farmers of this section
f three lots and there were sold at a;
' ; low valuation. The result naturally
' win that scores of residents put the
- names of their friends down as appli-
cants and while the practice may or
P Smay not have been to the govern-
? merit's loss in the main it resulted in
the settling up of the cities and th?
; consequent Increase of values. j
"The practice too was 'generally j
known at the time by citizens and g iv
i ernment official and no objection v.as
entered although nearly everybodj
knew it was technically Illegal. j
"But. the affair got Into politics and I
? has been made much to the detri-1
ment of Oklahoma and of Muskoge
a subject of wide continent through-
mil the press of the country.
"Governor Haskell bitterly assailed 1
President Roosevelt during the laUer's
. administration and the prcslU-tit as
bltteily 'came back.' making the
Iowa lot cases an issue and 'putting
all the machinery of the government
to work to secure the governor's con-
viction. "The action was generally regarded
as spite work and for that reason was
not approved by citizens who knew
the Inside facts. They argued that if
Oov. Haskell was guilty he was guilty
before he assailed the Roosevelt ad-
ministration and should have been
charged with the crime at the time
and not be made the victi'. of the
'big stick' when such actio. '.!JM only
damaged the state but worked an In-
jury to the republican party of the
Kiate which was obliged to endorse
the president's action.
"The dismissal of the cases there
fore is no surprise to the people
here. Nobody 'on the ground"
thought there was anything to them
but polities and a kind of politics
that always does a party endorsing it
much more harm than good.
"In Muskogee where th" i'tir.ns I
charged are among the oldest and best
H-sldents the dismissal of these cases
will be received with genuine pleasure.
None of the men named is a crim-
inal; every man would be regarded as
n desirable citizen lit any city and It
Is highly g.atif'ylng to know that this
nnjust and Ill-timed persecution is at
"Muskogee welcomes I hem home
glad to know that the 1. S. court has
exonerated them but not. without the
assurance that her best citizens had
already adjudged them Innocent of any
wrong against the government."
Oklahoma stock growers will profit
by the opening or the Morris packing
house at. Oklahoma City. With rival
markets near at hand the man who has
Rtoc k to sell should he able to get all
that Is coming to him.
Our county officers made quick work
with one disreputable resort. Dully
for thein and may they persevere in
the good 'work till the last one Is
More cotton should be marketed in
Chickasha. It Is a matter or Rreat Im-
portance to our merchants. Let the
C. of 0. call our business men together
and lignre out how It Is to be done.
The list of fatalities in the Vander-
hilt cup races was not quite as large
as it was in the Los Angeles news-
TELEPHONE NO. 43
OF GRADY COUNTY
the Postoffice at Chickasha
as second class mail matter.
rina w(tb riultvnraft k rrfp 1n
flnn Tear. n mail 4. 00
Six months by mall 2.00
Three months by mall . ... .. 1.00
Single copy - .05
"A good land a land of brooks ot
water of fountains and depth that
spring out of valleys and hills a land
o' wheat and barley and vines and
fig trees and pomegranates; a land
oil olive and honey; a land wherein
thou shall eat bread without scarce-
ness thou shalt not lack anything In
in It; a land whose stones are iron and
out of whose hills thou muyest dig
brass." Deut. VIII; 7 8 9.
With a grain crop this year aggre-
gating 10(3.000000 bushels or more
with a col ton crop wntcn win bring in-
the South between $00000000 and
$loco.000000 with a total value of ag. i
ricultural products for this year run-
than they have had In the past and
thus to all business Interests depend-j
ent upon agriculture.
As late as 1900 the total value of the
Souths agricultural products vis
27 f 000000. The output this year will
be largely more than double that. Con.
trast the figures of 1910 with the total
of 1890. of $7.3000000. and we get a i
fair conception or the wonderful ad-j
vauee made by the ;grieultural Inter- j
ests of this section In the last wpny I
This year's cotton crop will exceed
by $I50.IiOO. 000 to $200000000 the total j
value of ail agricultural products .of j
the Sout.i In WMi.
This year's grain crop will exceed
the total value of all lis agricultural
products In 1S!0
Omitting the value of the cotton
crop this year the total value of other
agric ultural products will approximate
I $1750000000 or some $5oOfoOf)oo
more for diversified crops than the
total agricultural output of l!o(t. cot-
Possibly the magnitude of this year's
farm product values in the South will
be the better grasped from the simple
statement that they will exceed by ft
least $200000000 the total value of all
farm crops of the I'nlied Sttaes In
Surely these are wonderful Jnres.
They are only Indicative ho.ery of
the general advance of the South. They
give jhe reason for much of Its progress-
In city building and Industrial ac-
tivity. With such a foundation on which to
build with such Increasing prosperity
among the farmers. It Is difficult to set
any limit to the possibilities of the
growth of the South dining th- next
icn years. It has now solved the trou.
bleome problems that confronted 1t
agricultural interests ten years ago. it
la.- secured the world's recognition of
a profitable price for cotton. It has
found a way to diversify its agricul-
ture to such an extent that it Is no
longer compelled to make cotton Its
only money crop but it can turn its at-
tention from cotton to other interests
fif equal profit. It Is entering upon a
period of increasing ugrieultural pros-
perity of expansion in all business In-
terests of rapidity of growth of cities
and of a trend of population southward
such as as It has neved known in the
past. Manufacturers' Record.
PROGRESS OR REACTION.
"The one Issue in Oklahoma Is
whether the democratic party with Its
progressive policies shall be continued
in power or the stale turned over to the
reactionaries." Chickasha Express.
There is no question whatever that
Oklahoma Is progressive though the
republicans are attempting to raise
enough dust to cloud the Issue and lead
the people's attention to some other
matters of minor Importance.
The democratic party is not on the
fence; 1t stands for positive definite
things which are in accord with the
spirit of Oklahoma today. The ques-
tion plainly .stated is. do the people of
Oklahoma want to lo'ave the collection
of corporation taxes the operation of
state banking laws the enforcement of
the anti-trust laws "Jim t'ro'w' law and
the "grandfather clause" the prosecu-
tion of the two-cent rate case in the
hands of Leo Cnice who has fully en-
dorwT' lEFtu'i' aai haa heretofore j
bf'tff followed; and Charles W'ph! will j
has by three yeurs of service )ioved '.lis j
honesty efficiency tiingle mlmledncss
and ability or do they want to turn j
these thlnga over to the tender mercies
of Joe .McNeaJ who says that the
course followed has been all wronR
and who tuns a life of experience to
show that he Is utterly out of sympathy
with them and Joe DoiIhoii whom no-
body knows and who u keeping scru-
pulously concealed whatever record he
may have had. Shawnee Herald.
Over three hundred bales of cotton
were marketed in Shawnee last Sat-
urday. It doesn't take a very able
mathematician to figure out what that
means to Shawnee merchants
time for Chickasha to be making a
i mote strenuous effort to get her share
of the fleecy staple.
POOR RICHARD'S MAXIMS.
God . helps
them who helps them-
"Time enough" always prove little
He that rlseth late 'must trot all day
and shall scarce overtake his business
Laziness travels so slowly that pov-
erty soon overtakes him.
Drive thy business;
baud drive thee.
let not thy litis-
He that lives upon hope will die fast-
Industry pays debts.
Is the mother of good
One today Is worth two tomorrows.
Little strokes fell great oaks. .
Employ thy time well If thou mean-
est to gain leisure.
Since thou art not sure of a minute
j0 no throw away an hour.
Three moves are as bad as one fire.
Want for care does more damage
than want foreknowledge.
Not to oversee workmen Is to leave
them thy purse open.
6. If thou woulds-t have a
van't and one that thou
What maintains one vice would bring
tip two children.
Fools make feasts and wise men eat
Wouldst tuou know the
money try to borrow.
Creditors have belter memories than
Experience keeps a dear school but
fools will learn In no other and scarce-
ly in that.
REAL ESTATE TEAKSFJEES
Compile by tha Grady County
Abstract Company 108
North Third Street.
Daily Coleman to J. S. Mullen $2-
000. w sw nw; nw sw 34; ne se 3P. ;
n se; e'4 sw no 34; sw se ne 31-3-5.
Ellis L. Daniel and wife to Win. F.
Foster 9-30-10. $1550 lot 4. block 21.
Oklahoma Farm .Mortgage company
to Henry Bostford 9-24-10 (assigns
John Hankins to John M. Sharp. 9-1
30-10 $1200 lot 9 block 265 Chlcka-1
John J. Harden to Mary A. Blick. 9 -
26-10 $200 lot 2. block 4. Harden's add
to Chickasha. . N
O. Schlotterbeck and wife to L. A.
Sanders 9-29-10 $1200 lot 7 block 1
Rock Island add to Chickasha.
FCRCED TO LEAVE HOME.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go to
another climate. But this Is costly and
not alw ays sure. There's a better way.
Let lr. King's New Discovery cure you
at home. "H cured me of lung trou-
ble" writes W. R. Nelson of Cala-
mine. Ark. "when all else failed end
I gained 47 pounds In weight. It's
surely the king of all cough anil lung
cures." Thousands owe their lives and
health to it. It's positively guaran-
teed for coughs colds lagrlppe hs-
thm.T croup all throat and lung
troubles. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot-
tle free at Brown & Cos. rii-w
THE MONEY WHICH YOU SPEND
AT HOME MAY COME BACK TO
YOU; SEND IT AWAY AND YOU
SEE IT NO MORE.
TO MEXICO !
Join our special train of Pullman
cars leaving Oliickushu October G. at
1:10 a. m. A great land buyers ex-
cursion to our splendid "Fortitno" tract
of land on the South (iulf coast in the
Republic of .Mexico.
On this excursion '-Fortitno" land
w it! ne soia at i.. per acre. ;j
The richest land in the world. The
greatest land bargain of the century!
Our lands are In the most favored
locality on the continent. Direct water
connections with all ports of the world
a frontage of ten miles on one of the
largest rivers In Mexico.
A land where crop failures are never
known. Call at our office and let us
show you what such men as Mr. M. .ii
Horan of Chickasha say of this land
after having made a personal Investiga-
tion of the same.
Now Is the time. Don't delay. The
early buyers are the ones who niak"
the niost money. ' '
An investment in this choice land
at $7.50 per acre will make you rich.
HAMILTON & SPEAKE
Representing the .Mexico-American
Land Company over Post Oftlee
Chickasha Okla. 2!Kit
KILLS A MURDERER. j
A merciless murderer is appendi-
clties with many victims. But Dr.
King's New Life Pills kill it by pre-
vention. They gently stimulate stom-
ach liver and bowels preventing that
clogging that invites appendichls cur-
ing constipation headache biliousness
chills. 25e at Brown & (Vs. A&w
Largeut Known Mosaic. j
The largest ancient mosaic known
covering more than four thousand five
hundred square yards has been un- '
earthed 011 the site of Aquieleia a Ro-
man city that T"8 destroyed in 425. 1
! . Ue for Waste Milk.
j Waste milk is now being profitably
I used in Irish dairies where It used to
be a nuisance but is now made Into a
fertilizer reseir.Uing bone ashes in
From Outside. '
A correspondent suggests to the
Philosopher of Folly that "some men
ere born crazy some achieve Insan-
ity and others fall in love with chorus
If your photo flatters you then your j
photographer is an artist but If It 1
;'looks exactly like you then ft 13 ve-y j
evident he doesn't know his huuiueBs. 1
If you don't worry people will say
vnu tuck lirrmt-r st-nti. of vonr re
sponsibilities. Hut don't let that worry
: - .
Vineyards iu southern Francr are
worth $240 to $40o ami flower and
vegetable lands $400 to $8ot) an acre.
New York Sun.
A poet says. "Oh! she was fair but
orrow came and left his traces
there." He .loesn't state what became
of the rest of the harness.
While little Elsie was one day de
vouring a large icicle she exclaimed" j
"Oh how 1 do like icicles they are ao
4." V i
railroad time cards. I
j Ar chicasha.
j 40S 9:10 a
Lv. Chlekasl'8 1
m s:i5 a. m
No. 10 2:20 p. m..... 2:20 p. m.
No. 9 12:43 p. m. .' 12:43 p. m.
Now 407 7:35 p. m 7:55 p. m.
C:00 p. m 7:00 a. m.
No. 36 6:00 a.'m.
No. 60 9:30 a. m
No. 12 2:55 a. m 3.05 a. m.
No. 24 2:45 p. m 3:10 p.m.
No. 35 10:50 p. m
No. 17 12:40 a. m 12:45 a. m.
No. 731 9:40 a. m
No. 23 1:20 p. m 1:45 p.m.
No. 59 4:30 p. m.
El Reno Chickasha A Mangum Rock
No. 734 10:40 a
ui.- 10:55 a. m.
No. 732 7:30 p m ... 8:00 p. m.
No. 731 9:40 a. m 9.55 a. m.
No. 733 3:00 p. m S:15 p. m.
Pauls Valley Brr.cn.
1:20 p. u. 9:45 a. m.
" 6;20 p. m 3:05 p. m.
I . i.'
i t 1 ' J
In all shades regular lengths.
ordinary green tans and red3
per pair only f 3.50
Velum absolute fast color per
ii' . -
3 : !
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Remember our fixture stock the largest in town most any
kind to be had. Poles in oak white oxidized brass all
dimensions or lengths double drape and combinations.
The New State
Have a staff or skilled hands
who know how to make
BOOTS AND SHOES
We suggest to persons difficult
to fit. or who have corns or bun
; ions or foot deformity that they j
igive us an opportunity of dem-j
onstratinsr that we can nt tnem
perfectly and relieve much suf-
tering by our nign graue docks
and shoes made by men. "who
We Also Do FirstClass
-.. . ... .1 . f. .... j. ..
Repairing of All Kinds!
Ill South Third Street.
Tha Chickasha Iron Works
We have added new and up-to-date
machinery to our plant and
are able to do any -
MACHINE 'OR FOUNDRY WORK
We make a specialty of Sash
Weights Structural Iron Work
and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop
j m connection aee xne lNixorn
; Stalk Cutter which we manuf act-
I 11 VA
Dr. Minnie L. Trosper
411 Chic. Ave. McFarlandBldg.
Rooms 1 2 and 3.
Office Hours -9 to 12 a. m. and
1 to 5 p. m.
209 1-2 Chickasha Ave.
Office 1052. Residence 1051
l. mvu" y v
Succeed when everything- else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they si; the supreme
remedy as thousands li '-ve lestieed.
FOR KIDNEY AND
1 It :J the best medicine ever sold
I over a dryggist's counter.
' lii U1
I ii V ' - :!
i'' ' . M i
1 1 i ' I ' ! i
1 1 1 1 ; ' lk
In 2 Tone and Acrue
Acrue Per Pair
White Per Pair
2 Tone Per Pair
Novelty Per Pair
Carpets in Yards
Axminster in greens hfavy qual -
lty our price per yam ;
Velvet in brown and greens per
Ingrain the newest all "wool one
can buy per yard 80c
Tuesday October 4th 1910.
Knights c! Pythias Democrats 89'ers Good
1 Roads Advocates Farmers and Others
DESIRING TO ATTEND
Knights of Pythias Day Democratic Day
89'ers Day Farmers' Conference Good
Roads Convention and numerous other
Oklahoma State Fair
One and One-Third Fare for the
Good Return on Any Train Until Oct.lOth
TAKE DAY OFF AND GO WITH THE CROWD
I Special Train will Leave Chickasha 7:50
a. m.; Arrive UKiahoma usty y:dU a. m.
Phone 2 1 0 for additional information
H. H. McLeRoy Loca! Agent.
Hook Island Barber Shop
J. E. Hollo way Frot.
Ii 411 I r V R! f IflMt
YOu wilL ui: ritftata
113 South .vd Si.
It stands the test
for patterns qual
ity and size. If you i
want the best see
us. If you want the
cheapest we have it
Axminster Carpet Rug in
Oriental and Floral all sizes.
Regular 9x12 Smiths Sells
Saxony 9x12 Axminster
Body Brussell 9x12 Only
Jap Brussell 9x12 from
i III i) rill t l P
1 ne nouse
And Carriage Shop
THIRD AND KANSAS
Rubber Tires Set. General Work
of all Kind. Workmanship Gu-
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO HORSE SHOEING
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 235, Ed. 1 Monday, October 3, 1910, newspaper, October 3, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728863/m1/3/: accessed September 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.