Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 1, 1918 Page: 6 of 8
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CHICKASnA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASIIA " OKLAHOMA
CHICK ASH A DAILY EXPRESS
ChO H. EVANS Publisher and Buaines Manager.
J. EDWIN POOL Managing Editor.
Q f P I (.! 1 a L PAP i B 0 r G R A D V C O H NTV
CHfCKASHA OKLAHOMA OCTOBER 1 1918
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0t week delivered bv enrrirr .I.
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Six month i by mail .. ..$2.00
Three oioalhi bv mail $1.00
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wil he ylatih eorrecttd upon
it DeiHj Drouyht tothe un'rv.
Una of lie mnaajcmeal.
QIVK8 A LI THfi LOCAL NEWH I B.I NEWS HY 0. P. WIRE DAI I i'
THEY NEVER COMPLAIN
"Not a won! of conipiaint es-
capes their lips writes Dr. Geo.
"V. TrueU. a prominent Hoptist
minister in Dallas from a hospit-
al in France where ho is doing:
Y. .M. C A. work.
" Dr. Trnett wan doaeribinf? boiuo
w't'iicK which he saw among the
soldiers of the allied armies par-
ticularly the fcpirit of the wound-
ed men. He went through the
hospitals where men were suffer-
ing in all the horrible ways that
the imagination can picture
some victims of gas liudw gone
flesh torn and burned some eye-
less ltuf. why delineate the details
of ihe forbidding picture? The
American visitor talked with
many of these num. Listen again
to what he says: . . .
"Not n word of oomplnint es-
(apeH their lips."
Correspondents with the Amer-
ican forces in the various sector.
in France send back reports simi-
lar to that written by Dr. Truott.
They tell of our boys going over
the top with a well marching in-
to battle joyously heedless of
danger and death; they tell of
wounded men who are happy be-
cause they luive had the privilege
of doing their bit toward smash-
ing the monster of militarism
these nun do not complain.
If not a word of complaint
comes from the lips f men who
endure all the hardships and ag-
onies of battle what shall we say
of the man at home who is dis
posed to murmur about any duty
which the war makes incumbent J
' 1. . . ft T -i 1 . .
upon mm: .is u donating money
to" the Red Cross or one of Ihe
other war agencies'? Is it buying
Liberty bonds or War Savings
Stamps? What do these things
count when placed in the balance
with the service and the suffer-
ings of our soldiers?
The man or woman at home
who possesses even the smallest
piirt of the spirit of the men who
are paying the "last full measure'
of devotion" is not a grumbler.
The only thing that worries the.
true American is his inability to t-iven her a 'thoroiiirh Jickin' and
d( a.s much as the soldier who is that's exactly what we are going
fighting for him. The man who t'; do.
capitalists. We are glad that
HcrtJiny has at Ins! found out Ihe
Another thing we loom from
the lion von Hcrtling is that
Germany is excedlinalv nnxiw.s
to enter into a world league to
prcserv pen a-. We gather from
hi remarks that thin 1 irt one of
Hert s pet ideas. However thero
is one condition that he is parti.-
uirrly insistent upon in forming
such a combination and that is
the protection of small nations.
Oh boy did you ever see tm?h a
colossal exhibition of gall? Ger-
nmy the protector of the right
of Kiiiall nations.' On this matter
the Hon. von Hertling says "We
can forthwith and without re-
serve state that we have an en-
tirely clear conscience." Now
here ;': where you went just a
leetle too far Heri. If your eon-
science i.s clear after the rape of
Belgium Germany is not fit to
move in good ..society but must
continue to slink about among
the criminal classes until we haw.
Anyway We'll .have to give the Bul-
Bn credit .far having enough sense
t; see their finish when it Is in
sight. ' . . .
l-yrlin is now complaining becauso
opine of our boys took their trusty
shut Rims with them. Naiiffhty 111
feliows they should huvo curried
only thfdr swagger sticks. j
Even if you do feel lilto slackin' (
it Is bad manners to show it when
the Liberty bonders cail on you.
Just m!le nnd sign up. Of course It
it you wnnt to cuss the k.User a few
at the same time. It will be all right.
A STOLEN SMILE
complains at home should
his luad in shame.
HEItTLING GETS . WISE
Prom the speech of Ccuint von
Hcrtling before the main commit-
tee of the rcichstag last week we
learn several interesting things.
Iu the first place the kaiser is
a very pronounced pacifist he
loathes 'war from the very bottom
of his soul ami only took' up the
sword because Germany's ene-
mies drove him to it. Who was
the guilty guy who started the
thing? Inter now a new actor
on the scene dragged from his
grave to be made the goat-"-the
late King Edward of England
joiiy; good-natured soul. "The
world war was prepared years
ago by the well-known. encircling
policy of King Edward" says the
Hon. von Hcrtling.
'.We haven !t time to defend
King Edward and we question
whether that deceased sovereign
needs any court proceedings to
acquit him of the charge. We
pass on to the next interesting
bit of information which the Hon.
von Hcrtling hands out. "The
wildest war fury is at present
raging in the l.'uited States."
Kight-o. Hert you've grown wise
at last. America is hopping mad
fighting mad every man wo-
man and child in the country
and even the clogs are on the war
path. Incidentally it might be
added tha' we have had enough
to make us mad and we don't ex-
pect to get into a good humor un-
til we have evened up the score.
We used to learn from the Berlin
press that the war party was
small being confined to a few
First of the Month
They've been trooping In all day
Dam 'cm wish they'd stay away
Just one thing they have to fiay:
"Hero's a bill for you to pay." !
What wo aro beginning to fear now ;
is that the kaiser will sign a separate i
peace and leave Austria to fight it j
Better Hair Better Votes
"I told Henrietta that 1 was proud
to see her vote JihU like .1 man" said
Mr. Meektou ' -
"ma that please her?"
".No. The choice of phrase was un-
fortunate. She 's;ild that if she
couldn't use better judgment than a
man there would have been no need
; of her troubling about the vote in
; the firnt place."- Sketch.
Once a year- the newsboys or
certain district of London are taken
for an. outinfif up the Thames by a
J gentleman of the neighborhood when
they can bathe lo their hearts cou-
I Ah ono litli boy was getting into;
the water a friend observed. "I say
; l!i!l ain't yer dirty!"
"Yes replied Kill "I missed thu
train last year? TIMMls.-
The reason you patronize
one store instead of another is
because you feel it can do-more
loryou; gives better values and
service. You don't ; go any-
where just because some mer-
chant asks you. .
The things you do in the store
are more important than the
things wc say about it. We're
devoting our ;time to making
this j$tore the kind of place you
want to come to for your own
sake;- v : ".
art Schaffcer Marx Clothes
a Big Reason for Coming Here
But despite the fact that the Bocho
war machine is on the bum old H. C.
h. continues his successful offensive
S I Simp says ho notices that a
man and his wife always agree on a
subject except when they have differ-
ences of opinion.
The Ilock Island workers didn't
stutter when they answered - the
kaiser's peace offensive. Did you
notice how they ate up their Liberty
It's dull day for the British. Tom
mies In Palestine when the don't hagio" '' war.
I Warrior from I'altstino (whoso
! linhv fu n!i;F fi I a )ttiltaiu.l a.i.l
who had a 'bottle? '-of Jordan water
for Iho purpose) "Kb by the way
niteniiiter I ha'e broclit this bottle "
I Minister "No the nop" lnddit!' Af-
j ter the ceremony I'll - be verra
: pleased." London Opinion.
ANOTHER TIE FORMING
By United Pr.ess.
London August 1!). -(By mail.)
Englifih and French children are
founding an "entento" of their own.
Those little French children whose
parents find it liripossible to remove
them from Paris and the terrors of a
daily bombardment are to be adopted
into KukHhII families "for the durn-
' '' li t '
4' I "
Coprlght Hurt SchaHsor & If an
. The nice thing about these clothes
is the fact that you don't have to think
of the quality; . it's there;' all .Wool fine
All you have to do is to pick out the
style you like and whatever it may be
you know it's right. Our duty is to see
that you get the' right fit and the right
thing for yoii.
- . FALL OVERCOATS '
They're here in every good style;
military backs; loosely draped models;
raglan shoulders Chesterfields slip-
ons. ' ;
VARSITY ': FIFTY FIVE SUITS
The military idea dominates this
fall; 5 seam backs; seams at the waist-
line; lively touches for every young
taste. - :i' - ';-:v J . ; . ;
a few thousand Turks. It seems that Many a lonely little English child
beins captured has become a con-' will' profit by companionship' of a
firmed habit with the Sultan's Aold- j bright vivacious French child and
ier. . . tne r tencn enna win uave an oppor
tunity of studying: the .English life
Our guess is that the kaiser
hasn't slept very well for several
nights. It was enough to give him
the nfghtmuro to have the? Sultan
come along and strike him for an-
other loan when he wua already
and language. '
PerentH all over. England are send-
out invitation for "duration" ad-
options glad to do something to
lighten ihe lot - of the harassed
French mother who-is in daily fear
for hor child's safety.
This season in particular
when dependable mer-
chandise is more appre-
ciated than ever before.
.ttd v . "
and Millinerv. N&ll3a;hNW2Q
- ' - g tfnsvrwxvir--- j; -w
Non-extravagant in the sense that they adhere to a sim-
plicity of style and a moderateness in price so absolutely in
accord with the spirit of the times.
The home of Hart Schaf frier & Marx Clothes
Daily Express Wants Brieg Eesialts :
Heed the Advice of the U. S. I
Fuel Administration. I
Because of our specializing Ladies' Ready-to'-Wear
and our unusual efforts to pro-
vide splendid values. We are able to offer
an unusually large variety for selection.
1 1 -Vif
on't Put Off Buying Your
ger. urder it now.
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Chickasha Milling Co. j
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 231, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 1, 1918, newspaper, October 1, 1918; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729604/m1/6/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.