Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 125, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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'ChicKasha Daily Express
3 TANS & SMITH
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OFFICIAL PAPFK OK OHAtiV COVNTV
EctereJ at tbe postoffiee at Chlckasha
Okla. as second-claas mail matter
CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1909.
Chlckasha must not fall down on
entertaining the teachers who will at-
tend the summer normal. hH the
people open their homes and take care
.of the visitors.
When Is Grady county going to
launch an aggressive good roads move-
ment? Delay Is expensive. We can't
afford to postpone road improvement
Of course the Oklahoma fire fighters
will he given a hot reception when
Ihey come to Chiekasha. Our hospi-
tality will be so warm that they may
tare to turn a hose or two on the
town to prevent a disastrous confla-
gration. . o
Chlckasha and Grady county owe
Representative Glover and J. R. Bur-
leson a vote of thanks for their effi-
cient work at. the meeting of the
Initiative and Referendum League In
thwarting Campbell Russell's plan to
kill the educational Institutions estab-
lished by the last legislature.
PATRONS DAY IN SCHOOLS.
Tomorrow will be patrons' day at
ail the school buildings of the city with
two rooms at the Library. A special
display of the work by pupils will be
made. Friends and patrons are cor-
dially invited to visit every building.
SOPHISTRY OF A SOPHIST.
A certain Catholic archbishop when
asked whether It was a grievous lie
for a woman to misstate her ae re-
plied: "A lie may be defined as a state-
ment made by one rational being to
another rational being with t he intent
lo deceive. Now as no rational be-
ing would think of asking a woman
her age with the expectation of be-
ing answered truthfully one of the
tJL-.ents of the lie is lacking and the
woman's statement cannot strictly
speaking be defined as such." From
ADDRESS BY DR. JONES.
It will be a rare treat to listen to
the commencement address by Dr.
Jones tomorrow night. He will handle
his subject "The Uses of Culture." in
a way to entertain Instruct and Inspire.
HOLD ALL DAY MEETING
On next Sunday the Ladies' Auxil-
iary to the Firemen will hold an all-
day session at thfih hall. Candidates
from El Reno Enid and Chlckasha
will be Initiated and It. w ill be made an
Important social occasion. In the even-
ing there will be a banquet In honor
Nine nun out of teu earn money
that the tenth man gets.
Even the man who is unable to keep
a horse may afford a nightmare.
The woman who doesn't know her
own mind hasn't much to worry over.
Never criticise anything at a char-
ity bazaar; you can't tell who made it.
.Men hasten to accept the mute
standing invitation of a pretty girl
who enters a crowded car.
There are bores and bores but the
man with the chronic explanation hab-
it is in a class by himself.
It takes a strong-minded woman to
Jorce her nickel on the street car ocn-
ductor who has accidentally missed
The stage villain smokes nothing
but cigarettes; In real life he smokes
any old thing from a corncob pipe to
A man never realizes what a small
.potato he really is until he hears in a
roundabout way what the girl whom
le could have married but didn't
tfcinks of him. Chicago News.
MISS HALL IN THE LEAD.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram an-
nounced the standing of the contest-
ants in their subscription contest to
day and Miss Lulu Hall of this city
had 4000 more votes to her credit than
any other young lady in her district.
Miss Hall did not enter the contest
until several weeks after It was open-
ed but is making an excellent race
and will undoubtedly be one of the
"FOLLY" BILL PLEASES
AND DRAWS CROWD
The bill at the Folly Is drawing large
crowds this week and Convention Hall
has been full at all of the perform-
ances. The three Demeristo brothers
never fail to win the favor of the audi-
ences and their musical acts are un-
excelled on the vaudeville stage.
The "House of .Mystery" a mngic
act presented by Chefano and Ca-
peiita Is as beautiful as mystifying
and has delighted all who have wit-
nessed it. The work of this popular
team is entirely different from the
usual run of magic and slight of hand.
When a man wears a long face it
may be because he is short.
The man who can laugh when he
isn't amused is always popular.
There are lots of different kinds of
religion but there are even more kinds
The trouble about hitching your
wagon to a star is that you have to gel
up before the sun rises.
BAPTIST MEN MET
The men of the First Baptist
church assembled in Attorney R. E.
Davenport's offices last night to meet
and become acquainted with Rev. E.
P. West of Pittsburg Texas whe
came to Chlckasha In response to an
Invitation to fill the Baptist pulpit.
Although Rev West expressed himself
as well pleased with Chlckasha and
his reception last evening he would
make no decision but said he would
notify the church by Sunday whether
or not he would accept the call.
On account of other meetings it was
impossible o arrange for services In
the court house this evening and Rev.
West relumed to Pittsburg this morning.
Wanted Two good Jersey milch
cows fresh. Must be guaranteed. Write
lowest cash prices to Bryan & Fisher
at once; also two fat cows for sale.
Middleburg Okla. 26-3t
Wanted A student desires work aft
ernoons and Saturdays for his board.
Address F. C. W. this office. 2(i-3t
J. C. MOORE W. F. WARFIELD J
MOORE & WARFIELD
Engineering and Contracting- Survey? Maps Plans Estimate? J
Specifications Draughting Inspection Superintending Con- j
J struction Designing Railway Location Bine Printing. J
t CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
Room 24 Oklahoma State Bank Building. $
service is offer-
ed to every cus-
1 tomer enteringour
store. 10 please
vou wp ara hnund.
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There's true satis- I
raction Tor an wno
J. C. Eisfelder
i Jeweler and Opti-
X cian has moved to I
his new location J
where he is ready j
to serve patrors
both old tnd new. X
t General House Cleaning I
Carpets especially taken up cleaned and relaid.
Also renovate mattresses. Old ones made new.
Sell 40 cotton mattresses biscuit top fancy
tick first class roll edge $6.00. Satisfaction
guaranteed or no pay.
Phane94o 42 North Second Street
Leave orders at Calloway's Funriture Store
The full perfect ihvor
the smrrti vtlrety 'feel"
and the absolu e purity of
Roddy's Ice Cream places it
quite some oitance above
the rest. In fact the ' best
ever" is only "pretty geed"
in comparison v it b it.
We Make It!
Particular betels and res-
taurants serve it too.
We put it up in bricks to
taite along home.
Fancy cream and water
ices a specialty.
Delicatessan Lunch Menu E
at all hours.
Agents for Lowneys.
Bakery in Connection.
By Paying a little
We have several 5 and 6 room
cottages modem and np-to date
in Philipps and Sparks Additions
and one on Iowa fairly close in.
They are Bargains
Th3 Globe Investment Go.
Phone 839. 113 N. 3rd. St.
FOUNG men middle-aged old men you
JL may classify yourself anywhere you
please either by years or by your taste in
clothes styles; we
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clothes here for you;
whatever age or taste you
Young men especially
will find here the very
snappy styles which they
like to wear; a little ex-
treme maybe but they
like 'em. The other more
conservative styles are
here too; all-wool fabrics
in models. You want
these clothes; we want
you to have them.
SUITS $15 TO $27.50
THIS STORE IS THE HOME OF
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
Peculiar Attitude Taken i
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that arroiint Is inclined to assume that
the defendants are not to be given a
fair hearing reeardless of what
lenuths the attorneys may ieo in their
efforts to make a record for them
Of comes the department of justice
could pursue no other course than to
back up Its men in their troubles." no
matter If they had been guilty of im-
proper conduct until it was plainly
shown that there was just cause to
stop them but at the same time it is
true that the charges on file were not
investigated at once nor was any ef
fort made to hold up proceedings
until they were investigated.
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NASH BUYS MANGUM HOTEL.
J. O. Nash proprietor of the Early
bought the Harris Hotel at Man gum
Monday taking charge yesterday. The
hotel will be managed by J. U. Raw-
lings a brother Of Mrs. Nash.
LATTING WILL BUILD.
R. G. Lading will build a two-story
brick building on a lot recently pur-
chased corner Fifth street and Kan
cane juice crushed
out and clarified.
nothing taken away.
We call it
When (he blood is pure and healthy the skin will be soft smooth
and free from all eruptions or disease but when the circulation becomes
infected with any unhealthy humor the effect is shown by eruptions
pimples boils" or some more definitely marked skin disorder such as
Eczema Acne Tetter F'soriasis Salt Rheum etc.
Humors get into the blood usually because of an inactive or slug-
gish condition of those members whose duty it is to collect and carry
off the waste matter and refuse of the system. This unhealthy
matter is left to sour and ferment arid be absorbed into the blood and
soon the circulation becomes filled with an acrid irritating humor.
The blood then instead of performing its natural duty of nourishing
the skin regulating its temperature and preserving its uniform
softness pliability and healthful-
ness irritates and diseases the
delicate tissues and fibers around
the pores and glands and produces
some of the various forms of skin
eruption or disease.
The cause of all skin affections
can be traced to some kind of hu-
mor in the blood. Healthy cuticles
are only possible where the circu-
lation is pure; and therefore the
cure of any skin disease can only
come from a thorough cleansing
of this vital fluid. Salves washes
lotions etc. cannot cure. True
such treatment relieves some of
the itching and discomfort helps to
reduce inflammation and aids in
keeping the affected parts clean but
it does not reach the blood where
For (lz year. I wn ..vei-cly
troubled with Ecitmt located
principally on the .bin bonea
sauted by a humor la the
blood. The trouble would ap-
pear in the form of .mall yellow
blister. characterised by itch-
ing etc I tried a.perilie.
o-called blood purifier.
aalve. ointment. lotion and
treatment under a local phy.W
cian but nothing- did me any
tood. Becoming discouraged I
left off all thi. treatment and
eeing S. S. 8. advertle.1 on
day I decided to try it and afta r
taking it a ahort while the
humor wa. driven from my
blood and I wa. completely and
per m a nen tly cured. Soma
even month have elapi.d
inc. I wa. cured and have had
no indication of a return of the
di.eaee. O. C. RECK.
404 Freedom St. Alliance O.
You'll call it
the best syrup you
ever tasted I
There's really nothing
like it in
For Smh tr all Crocart.
Penick Ford. Ltd.
NEW ORLEANS LA.
the real cause is located and at
best can be only palliative and soothing.
S. S. S. cures skin diseases of every character and kind because
it purifies and cleanses the blood. It goes down into the circulation-
and removes the humors that are causing the trouble builds up the
weak acrid blood and completely cures Eczema Acne Tetter Salt
Rheum pimples boils and all other skin diseases and affections.
S. S. S. is made entirely of roots and herbs a safe vegetable remedy.
When S. S.S. has
driven the humors
from the blood and
cooled and purified the
every symptom passes
away the skin is again
nourished with rich
healthful blood and
comfort is given to
S. S. S. cures Poison Oak Poison Ivy Nettle Rash and all other
troubles due to a humor-laden blood. Book on Skin Diseases and any
medical advice free to all who write. S. S.S. is for sale at all drug
stores - THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA
In buying building material for your home let quality be your issue as the price is soon forgotten. Our bargain counter is loaded
with only high grades of lumber house paints and coal. You will always find us in line.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 125, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1909, newspaper, May 26, 1909; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728983/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.