Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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CIIICKASH A DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASH A OKLAHOMA
CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS
GEO. II. LYANS. Publisher ami Buainesi Manager.
WM. T. LA. MFE Managing Editor.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY
Balarat at tka Taatoffict at Cblckatba Ojtlaboma t$ aaceai clt$ mall matter
CHlCKASHA OKLAHOMA JANUARY 19 1917
SIBSCHIPI IOSS HATES:
Caa far leliyerei by carrier ..S4.S0
i'l ru-fl'' f.clirtrcl b carrier ..2.40
J tree mtwtt.t delivered by carrier il.20
Oaa mtnth neUvtrei tv earner 40c
lii reck delivered by carrier 10c
Oaa yeer by mail ..S4.G0
hit wceitia by wail $2.00
Three wontbt by mail ..St.vO
Sicgla copy.. Jc
; If.ay erroaeoaa reflecttca oa
; Ibi character araaiiag or
j repotattoa of bv perton firm
i er corporation and aay tnia-
atatemeol which way arpear
la the columoi of the Eipreta
j will bt ylailly corrected upoa
J lit being broutht to the aitea-
I Hot af the waragemect.
CIVH3 ALL THE LfX AI. .NEWS
KKwsern p. wife imily
FIELDS FINDS A SURE PATH TO
Having ''.:. I -1 of a tle-
- i- to shire of U.- ble.-M.-dness vouf h-
safed lo the ;o maker our friend
John VU-UU of the Oklahoma Farmer
La concluded t'. try 1.!s band at the
frame of driving trie war i'"d out of
bindm-sn and has lotueived a very
clever cotitm ance to an one
;!)!! that o!ij-- t. I-tnoustiiitii.ir that
he ha vo selfish ambit .'on in thr rttal-i.-r.
he ha sprung hi clii-m without
t.ikiiig the trouh!.- to ar pty for a i--at-!
ri't on ii.
Family ( -iitrii'-l-i! and o (-imply to
operate thai even a I. . ! should he
! to manipulate !t the wonder if j
' .u i!1i!y en-r !i.(ti:!il of it sooner j
ar:naM.'Oi!-i. no .'-.v.-'ie to eiifr"
. e. no Ilug-ie f.tI or any. j
tt e)e tit t!i" tiort H t'-'julre.!.
i iie jitartetl. the thins vvor'.is i.uto-
! at:;.i!iy &v.l 1 fcbs!i;tt-i an- i.-ffei."
m Psik Pills f it J.'s people j
This in the way M r. Kiel-is would d a
it. (i r.hi '1 i;i hi- o.wi words: ' if
the nationi i t in the Kurope-in
war vi ill in the j-a i orif.-rei- ale;
KOlUtely f .U.l:tt. all iii'iebt'-'lnen lo- j
tuestU' ual foreign . in'-urreJ on ae-j
routit nf ar an-l v. HI never lay a
t nt of eilh-r th ir!;it;al or t!ie iie;
t'-ret tSjere v. i!i h no more Mars."
I.'ob th-:re'i th" ficlicinp in a nut
. . - .... .i . .. . i . .i i .... -... .
rii-:!. v liifj'i ajj.ix'iv llll.K"ll! t Ill'iirj
j.iiau:hie j.IanT On Die fai e of it at;
i.-urt it wonhi a;tiear that John I.-i eti-
titled to the next .'oh-l ja a- e n" y.ei
t.oti a lifetime i;-iiniou from Aieiyj
"ar!if-i'i. Jl-jivi'ver there (ire t-ev-(
rai fonsiili-rat ioiih v.iii !i yhouhl not
!-e overiooknl in iassinj; final juiU;-
Micut upon it.
In the fir$t place it mie'ht not be
lueeif-i-ly Iio'i.-si. for llie heilifrerents
to n pietiati. their debt.-) ami however
(fri-at llie heinoiine-s of the rililt; of
military munl'-r ma v te- it is a eri
w!iir. out war hith a hoo-.aie ait
of Je!;t d't!i;i:.. On tho whole even
tho arKiimer.t that ti.e eo-1 ju-:;f:e
lise n.i-iiun woui-1 liarilly apply in the
ias-1 til nil n a violent aamt upon
one f the f irnljin'!ita! princ iples of
richteoiiMie-n. From i5ii praetUal
poii t of view ai.-.o. it is rea-lily een
that such a course vM.eih involve di-s-
E-trous eonseijiitnn If the war
(!-ht.i of Lnrop.- were r'-puiiiateil Amer-f-
a wou!! be Jn pravn Aanw-r of poll g
dead-hrohe. rnd-rKtut.fi dearly that
we have no personal liitertt at stake
in eallirg ii!tei:t:'on to thi sordi-1 view
of tie matter. We have per.-i-t-iitly
t-:i: 1 A d-af e.r to th- iUiti-h and
ail Ihe rc-t of th bunch who have
brpfod us to a r (mimodate lii-m wiih
a loan f a million or two--for one
t!ilt:K. ve didn't happen to have the
change in our j'-riii!( ai.ei then fore we
wouldn't he oi.it anything if they re-
fan d to pay their debts. At the same
time we don't believe it would be
right to make .America pay for the
bloody pan io th"y have been playing.
T'lique'tioi ahly Jchn'n plan would
tend to put a crimp in th" war indus-
try. For that :-;at!r. after the pres-
ent war Is over it isn't likely that
there will be much loint' in that line
for a number of year anyway lint
a long b th war spirit remain in
ali probability tuition that want to
fiirhl will f!rd some way to 'inauee the
business. Vould there be anything
to liind-T them from accumulating (tup-
plie.? of coin for war purposes just as
I hey h"..i up stores of munitions?
Iiafiini; the fact that it is based
upon u bum principle of morality and
that it would!) t work and a few oth-
er things John's scheme is all right.
per oj .are mile than for any territory
pur. !u.-4 by the I'niUtI S'i'-s The
addition of the Iianlsh M'est nldies
will bring the total area of the V lifted
.c:t. s up to : . ; i 1 1 4 1 ttuare Hilles
or about one fifteeniti of the surface
of t!;e earth whi.li amounts to o7Ml.
Here is the way the t inted States
ha expanded territorially:
IT.' Origiiial thirteen tate ;2.135
ISo.; Iiu:s.na pun hase i.'T.l-ST
!SH Uy treaty with Spain.. ::.i::."
1M" Texas :S.lt''
1 Oregon liC.541
His California t. from
Mexico -'A V-1
1 ".' Cadsden purchase 'i'j.C'O
Sh-;; Alaska from Kiisia vv
! '- Haw aiian Island fi.U'.l
l v-v Porto lii.o - 3. t '.."
1S'-Guam -- 2 Id
i.'S -Philippine Island U.iCt
I S'd Samoa 77
!f"i! Ad'l.'tional Fhilippiiies..
lao I I'anama Canal Zone 4-
l'-K Danish West Indies l.;g
Corns Peel Rigfit
Off With "Gels-It"
2 Drop and the Corn is aGonerr
Thtn you've fr to wa!k on
the of ur noe to pel a
frm thof awful curn-pau.s ihre
only ij comiiit(i-toci.fc luii to do.
THE DANISH WEST INDIES PURCHASE
Commerce and Finance: This will
add '.' S'luavc miles to the posses-
ors (jULstiou whether the morals of ! -i -'is of the I'nited States. For these
islam!.-- we m-e paing a higher price
mankind would tie benefited mm It by
. . SV S.'
f '-'.'. - I"": -J'
OU take comfort satisfaction and pride in the
bed room that is properly equipped.
?! is no more expenrive to furnish such a room
attractively an J right than it is to muss u up
with a lot of misccllane us furniture.
HE important thirr? is to see the articles and
their fitne.ss before you buy.
We Offer This Advantage
For what is. known as the Louisiana
Purchase wp paid Ij.lt u.i.oO. The
Gadsden strip cost JlO.ooO.m'D. For
Alaska v.e gave $7.1.'"i(.oooi for Florida
jr.oi it. for me Canal Zone $:o.(Mi.-
i"ci. for Hawaii $I.O'VlOofl through as-
suming that much of the public debt
and for I'orto Kfco Guam and the Phil-
ippines J.'-'.oiejioo. for the addition-
al Philippine Islands we made a subse-
quent payment of $!o'l.m'n. and when
we mad- our treaty with Mexico at the
end of tile Mexican war we gave
2ZKHM) to that country.
One unusual feature in American
history is that on three octa-dons. on
the acquisition of Florida .the Mexi-
can possessions in our prevent west
and the Philippines we soothed the
feelings of the nations forced to relin-
quish territory by a money balm.
Uy the acquisition of the Danish
West Indies the population of ti.e
r-i'eil States will be increased about
The Vnited States not only repre-
sents about one-fifteenth of the earth's
territory but about one-fifteenth of
the earth's population. The territo-
rial figures are: The Ignited States
! 1 l.ooii.(M)(i; total for the earth. 1.6:'S-
S'."(. o I
Oh. no I do not mind the smell
That's wafted trom the Ceme"nt well
There's no use folks to hold your
The odor's sweet as any rose.
In spite of the cold wave city can-
didates are still sprouting.
Si Simp says he always notices
when snow melts it Is bad under foot
till thei slush dries up.
if those Cement fellows don't quit
teasing our oilers we'll report them
to the Humane society.
Further evidence that there is noth-
ing in a name is found in the fact that
Gov. live of Tennessee is urging dry
lint Agent Cooper and the Farm bu-
reau are going to find it hard to com-
pete with Dick McKay as a weather
And what do you know about this:
1 e "Getn-ltt" Your Torn Won't
iwell in Hmrr llf.ldM. Thr It
MarUet. l.uoMra and 1'erl Oft!
Tut 2 or 3 drops ot Oets-It" on th
corn xij-'ht away. Tain an-l tniiam-
mation will tiisapr-f ar the corn will
l-ein. to annvel frorn that instant-
then it loosen and talis riuht oft.
1 ht re'a no other corn-rt-inover in
fie world that acts like ;et-It."
io new discovery has teen made in
torn-jpmi-vtrs tunc "Oets-U'' was
-orn. Don't forxet that tact. GvU-
Jf iio- away iVrever wan the us
of jialves that irritate banJaten that
make a huntjl of your loe plasters
that hi!f lo the work knives and
B- isson thiit draw hiood. t.'se 'alets-
lt" n-j more tiiirim; or cutting.
"lieis-lf is hiI.I everywhere t-io
hottle. or sent on reretpt of prlco by
K. Ijwrenoe & Co. t'hlcnim lib
Sold in CJi;ckas-aa and recommended
aa the world's best corn remedy by
The Palace riiarinacy.
"Baby. wats poker chips'
two-year-old when a
started in the bouse.
' chirped a
HOW CAN ANY MAN RESIST A
STEIN BLOCH j)R KIRSCHBAUM SUIT OR OVERCOAT NOW?
$15 Suits and Overcoats now $12.00
$18 Suits and Overcoats now $14.40
$20 Suits and Overcoats now $16.00
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats now $18.00
$25 Suits and Overcoats now $20.00
20 Percent Discount on Boys' Suits and Overcoats.
20 Percent Discount on Mackinaws and Sweaters.
20 Percent Discount on Odd Trousers.
The premier of Montenegro ha3 r
fcigned but it probably won't make
much difference since his government
is out of business anyway.
Personally we liavo always con
tended that a sian deserves consider-
able credit for staying in a good hu-
mor while his wife is partying.
Fortum.tely the low gas pressure in
Oklahoma City came at a time when
the legislature was in session afford
adequate supply of hot air to .
We can't understand why somebody
doesn't build a piece of furniture on
which a weary man can rest his feet
whiki he reads the paper in the even-
:t'P It np.lHv fllwavs cniiQp. iimilf'itu. ' fr
antness when he hangs them on
the i T
A STOLEN SMILE 'ER TWO.
Two darkies worYed for a southern
woman Mary Iirru.i and Susan
THE WASTE BASKET
There is a ptper famine in
this country. Your individual
helpjs needed to stop it. If
you will watch this little box
every day we will try to tell
you how you can do that.
We used to import 10 per
cent of the rag.s and old paper
used in making newspaper
wrapping paper writing paper
cardboard all kinds of paper.
The war has stopped that sup-
ply. In consequence paper
prices have gone up in some in-
stances 40O per cent.
Retail stores can help by
posting notices asking custo-
mers not to insist on having
parcels w rapped up if they can
he conveniently handled other-
wise. Customers can help by
acting on the suggestion.
Housewives can help by sav-
ing rags and waste paper
bundling them up and selling
them to the junk man. Tomor-
row we will tell you some of
the kinds of rags most in de-
mand and why.
: he naoit of Taking Cold
habit but fortunately one that is easi-
ily broken.. Take a cold sponge bath
Brown. One day Mrs. Blank asked J
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE
T. A. II i ill announces that he is a
candidate for chief Mf police subject
to the action of '.he Democratic party.
Fair Patient" What would you ad-
vice me to do doctor?''
lion Pol -s announces that he is amiiy t Uysician "Kither go south
candidate for chief of police subject for "10 winl'r or tlse Put on more
to Ihe 1 lenioeriilfe lirimurv .llOtilCS.
Mary if they were related to each oth-
"You and Susan have the same j
name" lie told her. "But you don't I
look at all alike. Are you any kin?" I
"Xo'm. we ain't no kin" Mary an-
swered "but Susan she married my
Marcella "Do you believe that
beauty is as beauty does?"
AVaverly "I think anybody will ad-
mit that a silk blocking is more at
tractive when in use than when hang-
ing up awaiting Christmas presents."
"There's a peach Maria! Look at
that body and those' lines." (And by
that time the automobile to which he
referred is probably too far away to
prove an alibi.)
Caller "Nellie is your mother in?"
Nellie "No mother is out Christ-
Caller "When will she return?"
Nellie (loudly) "Mother what
shall I say now?"
ing is the remainder of the Sooner
1 - j schedule:
With many people taking cold is a Fel. 2 and Southeastern Normal
Feb. 5 and 6 Austin College at Sher-
man. Feb. 7. Southeastern Methodist Uni-
versity at Dallas.
Feb. 8 Dallas University at Dallas.
Feb. ;i and 10 Texas Christian Uni-
versity at Ft. Worth.
Feb. io and 17 Oklahoma A. and M.
Feb. UOv Chiloeco Indians at Nor-
man. Feb. 23 and 21. Kendal College at
every morning when you first get out
of bed not ice cold but a temperature
of about SO degrees F. Also sleep with
your window up. Do this and you will
1 seldom take cold. Wrhen you do take
coid take Chamberlain's Cough Reine-
dy and get rid of it as quickly as pos-4-!
sible. Obtainable everywhere d-w-lm
Found a Sure Thing
B. Wixon Farmers Mills N. Y.
used Chamberlain's Tablets for
Old Church Spire Must Go.
The spire of the old Congregational
church 'in Greenwich Conn. whose
peak is the highest point between New
York city and New London has beet
condemned. The church it is said h
the riehe.-t in Connecticut. Its spin
has been used for years ni a steerinj
guide by vessels. - '' '
years for disorders of the stomach and be stronger
By TJnitect i'ress.
Norman Okla. Jan. 19. Kendall
college basket ball players who ar-
rived here early were trying out the
Sooner floor this afternoon getting
acquainted with the surroundings for
the game against Oklahoma Universi-
ty five tonight. Sooner rooters saw
everything their way but when they
recognized the members of the east
side team they recollected most of
them had played on the team last year.
One of the strongest teams in the
state then the Kendall basket men
l.; r.nr... i. ..
no- t-ctisuii mo ucimveu vy many 10
liver and says "Chamberlain's Tablets
are the best I have ever used." Ob-
tainable everywhere. d-w-l-mo.
The big southern trip which carries
the team into many Texts towns will
not start until after exams. Follow-
MOTHERS DO THIS
When the Children Cough Rub
Musterole on Throat3
. . and Chests
No telling how soon the symptoms may
develop into croup or worse. And then's
when you're giad you have a jar of Mus-
terole at hand to pive prompt sure re-
lief. It does not blister.
As lirst aid and a certain remedy
Musterole is excellent. Thousands of
mothers know it You should keep a
jjr in the house ready for instant use.
H is the remedy for adults too. Re-
lieves Fore thro.it bronchitis tonsililis
croup stilt neck asthma neuralgia rft-ad-ache
congestion pleurisy rheumatism
lumbago pains and aches of back or
joints sprains -fore muscles chilblains
frcv.ted feet and colds of the cliest (it
often prevents pneumonia).
Ben V. Phillips announces that he is a
candidate for chief of police subject
to the Democratic primary-
I'll j n
londof Jap. 22 1
Harry O. Hayes announces that he
is a candidate for mayor subject
the Democratic primary.
Billy Wag "Wise."
Billy was sent with a note to a littlt
shop around the corner for somt
! cic.-iin nod returned with n (hit m
cracker Jack and some gum when-up
on hi4 mother said sternly "Billy die
you give the man in the .shop youi
tiOteV" And Billy answered defiantly
"No 1 didn't give dat mnn my note.
wead it myself."
HARVEY D. ORR'S BIG MUSICAL COMEDY SURPRISE
A Musical Bubble with a Swarm of Fun and Music Dispenser.
22--Tuneful Tunes-22. 30--People30. 3-Big Act-.3
1 1 I fl Mf
THIRD SUCCESSFUL SEASON AND EVERYTHING NEW
Tlie Bigget Novelty and Dance Show of the Season
t!heTfefd3YoflVhfiudS.n Ntvety THE ILLUMINATED RUNAWAY
Carload of Special Scenery. Captivating Cho-us. Most beautiful and and exoensivp rns.
tumea ever carried with a read production. The Eigjrest success in vparn h... '
v - - "UUlHil
Tunes Pretty Girla.
SPECIAL PRICES: $1.09 75c AND 50c.
Reserved Seats n Sale at
BROWNSON'S DRUG STORE
I ii lj M
A Brady-made feature starring Frances Nelson and Arthur Ashley A stroDg Western Drama.
Vaudeville Murray and Love singing dancir.g and talking comedy act.
10c and 15c
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