Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 174, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 22, 1913 Page: 3 of 6
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CHICKAIMA' 0 A T t V " S X P S 5 CHICKASH "OK t: A' !!
Ghiciiasha Daily Express j
EVANS & SMITH
CEO. H. EVANS Editor. ERYCE P. SMITH Manager.
TELEPHONE NO. 43--
Entered at the Postoffice at Chickasha
CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA JULY 22 1913.
On year delivered by carrler...4.S0
Bix months delivered by carrier- 2.10
t'tur monthi delivered by carrier L20
Oa month delivered by carrier .40
Any erroneous reflection on the character ttandlns or reputation of
any person firm or corporation and any misstatement which may appear
In the columns of the Express will be gladly corrected upon 1U be lag brought
to the attention of the management
Anyway Oklahoma la better off thur
Texas. The legislature Is In session
For the second time -within a week
a "crisis" l "Imminent" In Mexico. It
seeinsi to be a chronic condition in our
The Idea of Secretary Bryan and the
pesldent appears to bo that Uncle Sam
shall play the big brother part toward
Nicaragua and other Central American
After all our laborious effort on that
heavy book editorial the "make-u" '
man left out the library bulletin which
Inspired it. You will find the bul'otin
somewhere In the sheet today.
Also "the Kansas City Star has a
moon-eyed reporter. Through a pair
of powerful Imaginative lenses the
Star man saw a madonna and child
on the face of fair luna the other
night and the Star's Imaginative artist
made a picture of it.
It seems that Bulgaria flushed with
pride over her victories over the
Turks simply tried to play the bully
with her Halkan neighbors but she is
now. craving the privilege of 'backing
up. The BulgarB should have known
that the Creeks and Servians were too
pluck to stand for that sort of a
Keep the campaign for perfect city
sanitation going. We can't afford to
take chances on any kind of epidemic
at this season. Have you cleaned up
every disease-breeding spot on your
premises? We ought to have no divis-
ion of sentiment among the members
of the council health authorities and
citizens In regard to a matter of such
vital Importance to the community.
The Hon. Josephus Daniels it-ill
probably be more careful about shoot-
ing off his mouth in the future. How-
ever Innocent his Intentions were his
inflammatory remarks undoubtedly
had much to do with causing the riots
at Seattle the other day. Such lan-
guage as Joseph used often comes from
the Irresponsible agitator but some-
thing better is expected of a member
of the cabinet.
TIip assistant Btate commissioner of
Charities ana Corrections has eubml'-
ted a report on an investigation of the
tlranite prison. It is declared that the
report of the house probers grossly ex-
aggerated conditions at Granite but at
the Bame time it Is asserted that the
If you could see the FULL RIPE lucious Hawa-
wiian Pineapples as they are gathered prepared
I and packed under
1 "New State Brand" (Sanitary Cans)
you would realize how we get the superior quality
and excellent Pineapple taste. You would always
buy "New State Brand" Pineapple. Sliced or Grated
and enjoy Real Pineapple. Delicious cooling re-
freshing healthful slices of Genuine Ripe Hawaiian
The "New State" Brand
OF GRADY COUNTY
Okla. as second class mail matter.
One week delivered by carrier-. .10
One year by mall 4.0C
Six months by mall 2.00
Tbree monthi by mall.. 1.00
Single copy 1 .05
prison Is anything but what It 'should
be. Both the legislature and board of
prison control are found to be at faeit
for not making adequate provisions for
the maintenance of a real reformatory.
As it exists today the Granite institu-
tion is a reproach to the state and It
Is to be hoped that future law-makers
will see to it that Oklahoma does the
square thins for the unfortunate class
that make up the population of her
FARMER AND THE TARIFF.
Protectionists have sought to make
an ally of the farmer in their fight on
the Democratic tariff bill. A part of
Senator Simmons' opening speech on
the bill was devoted to answering the
specious objections that have been
raised In regard to the features of the
measure affecting farmers.
After enumerating the things placed
cn the free list for the farmers' bene-
fit explaining the purposes of the bill
Senator SimmonB said:
"It untaxes the things the farmer
employs in making the products he
sells abroad. It untaxes the raw ma-
terials of the manufacturer. It large-
ly un'axes the material used in the
construction of his plant and the ma-
chinery needed for its equipment to
enable them to meet their foreign com-
petitor on more advantageous terniB
not only at home but abroad.
short It seeks In such ways as
are open to establish upon a broader
basis that spirit of comity on which
international good will rests to remove
hampering restrictions to broaden the
basis of international trade and enable
the American producer to take advant-
age in greater measure than has been
porsible under existing tariff condi-
tions of our great national opportunity
in the market places of the world."
DECREASE IN BEEF CATTLE.
Judson C. Welliver Washington
correspondent of Farm and FireBlde
writing an article In the current is-
sue of that publication entitled "The
Farmer and the Future" publishes
many Interesting facts. An extract
from his article follows:
"In six years past there has been a
decline of over thirty per cent in the
number of beef cattle- in the country.
At the beginning of 1007 there were
by the department of estimates 51-
51fi0y beef cattle in the country
while on the Bame date this year the
number was only Sl.n.ooo. Not only
this. Over half of the meat animals
are killed under government inspec-
tion. The number of them thus killed
Jr i a. . m. j jl ms.J
Easily lost by defective
setting. We carry com-
plete stock of Diamond
Rings and Stud Mount-;
ings in 14 karat gold. '
Let us inspect your
We do expert watch
and jewelry repairing.
Old gold bought.
Jewelers and Opticians
We are Registered State
7:? thirteen per Cent less In the first
three months of 1913 than In the like
period of 1912. Here is the statistical
dope on it:
"First three months of 1912 1733-
8S2 cattle 458309 calves 10149088
hogs 3040290 sheep; total 160011
"First three months of 1913 1505-
593 cattle 398913 calves 8885421
hogs 3036548 shep; total 13916398.
"A steady decrease right down the
line. It can't be accounted for on any
assumption that the market has been
bad for we all know prices and de-
mand have been highly favorable.
Thus at Chicago the 1912 average
price for native steers was $7.95 as
against $6.50 in 1911 an increase of
over twenty-two per cent. Hogs
showed an Increase from $0.70' to
$7.65 or a little more than fourteen
"The department heads tell me that
they are going to devote much effort
to encouraging the production of meat
in the east and south. They believe
there is a great field for missionary
work in these sections."
. o '
Last night Jack Frost around our bed
Was just about to hover;
"Come on. you scamp" we simply
And reached to get a cover.
Almost any man will admit that his
Job is the hardest.
When it comes to burning up things
the suffs haven't anything on Old Sol.
It is surely a dreary old world t)
anyone who isn't blessed with a sense
Actually there are some men who
complain when their wives go away
for a visit.
And many a good man had no scru-
ples about stealing watermelons when
be was a youngster.
Lawton Is to have the Tremont trial
and also a carnival. Looks like fate
has it in for Chickashu.
But we haven't heard of any men
here getting up a petition to prevent
the slit 6kirt from coming to Chicka-
sha. If a man hasn't an auto it's a good
sign that he Is dreaming of the time
when he will be wealthy enough to
Tom Dwyer's weather prophet said
July was going to be a wet month
doubtless having in mind the big rain
However if we don't go away for a
vacation we won't have the unpleas-
ant sensation that always accompanies
the act of coming homo "broke."
The weather man might have been
a little more liberal with his moisture
but anyway a vote of thanks Is due
him for giving us a cooling off.
A man always makes a serious mis-
take when he undertakes to establish
a new rule in the household without
consulting the managing director of
The Kansas City Star talks of
George Priestly's merciless attacks on
bossiom making him a factor in Okla-
homa politics. Wouldn't that jar your
mother's preserves McAlester News-Capital
So as to enable us to sell
to you cheaper. We
have discontinued tak-
ing house to house or-
ders but are now doing
our own work.
We Sell the Best
at the Lowest Prices
Low rents low running
expenses. Try us on'
your next order.
W. C. Wells
802 South Third
A ITOLEN IMILE'R TWO. t
B. A. de Gree "My stomach's out of
Doc Shlpp "Have you tried home-
cooking?" B. A. de Gree "No that's not the
reason." Cornell Widow.
The Great Question.
"Woman" growled the Villain '"the
crime Is on your own head."
"Is It on straight?" anxiously de-
manded the Villainess. Cincinnati
A Wise Tip.
' Secretary "A subscriber writes to
ask us the best way to prevent the an-
uoyiug attentions of strange men who
follow her." '
Correspondenence Editor "Tell her
to turn and ask the man for a dona-
tion for the militant suffragettes."
Want Ads bring results.
54 inch Serge
An all wool
brown and red.
For a few days
we will make a
All wool Shep-
Is one of
LAY IN YOUR WINTEE
i You can buy it cheaper
service than later when every one is rushed.
Stoplianson-Orown Luoiloer Co. I
Have just received a ship-
ment of Pure Comb Honey.
This is something nice as
it is clear and sweet.
We have it in 3 lb pails
and 6 lb pails. We also wish
to call your attentiou to our
complete line of LUNCH
GOODS. We have install-
ed a slicing machine and
we handle Boiled Ham
If you want a nice lunch
fixed up call Tignor.
120 South Third Street.
If you feel "blue" "No account"
lazy you need a good cleaning out.
Herbine is the right thing for that
purpose. It stimulates the liver tones
up the stomach and purifies the bow-
els. Price 60c. Sold by Owl Drag
Store and Public Drug Store. Adv.
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j "Mj mrm tm jjokihii p-. iiiiiiiiniiii.fi T"?' 1
W jj j j Lji c4
the main attract!
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very low prices
au tins weeic.
you get better coal better
The Entire Allot
for Grady and Caddo
couuties for this season has been de-
livered with the exception of one "25"
Touring Car at SSS5 f. o.. b. Detroit.
This car should arrive here soon and
It won't stay very long In stock. I
have In stock now one Etudebaker
"25" Roadster one Maxwell "35" at
S10S5 f. o. b. factory and am dally ex-
pecting arrival of the greatest low
priced automobile value ever put on
the market: the Maxwell "25" Touring
Car fully equipped with top wind-
shield speedomitcr Prosetolite tank
etc. for $725 at factory.
Painting & Decorating
. "1 1 v .
A JL a fat
Cuts the frying and
Used by the best
cooks in Chickasha.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 174, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 22, 1913, newspaper, July 22, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728976/m1/3/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.