Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 275, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1910 Page: 3 of 6
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EVANS & SMITH PUBLISHERS
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In it for you
in this can
SE NO. 43
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY
Entered at the Poatoffice at Chickasha
Oklahoma as second clas3 mail matter.
CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA NOVEMBER 17. 1910
Ba year delivered by carrier . I4.E0
6lx monthe delivered by carrier.. 2.40
Three months dellrcred by carriur 1.20
bg moath delivered by carrier .40
Ont week delivered y erri .10;
One year by wall .... 4.00
Six months by mall 2.00
Three month by mall 1.00
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Calumet has been backed for Pars by an offer
of $1000 for any substance injurious to health
found in the baking prepared with it.
Does not this and the fact that it complies with
ail pure food laws both State and National
prove that Calumet is absolutely pure?
With the purity question settled then Calumet
is undoubtedly the best Baking Powder. It
contains more leavening power; it is more uni-
form every can is the game. It assures.
better results and is moderate in price.
Received Highest Award World' Pure Food Exposition
We are gl.nl to learn from Mr Ar-
mour thai the price or living shows a
slight tendency lo sag.
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That newspaper war in Oklahoma
pox than wo do to combat typhoid. An t
unkind commentator might remark that1
we are more concerned about our com- j
plexiotis than about our lives. Hut it !
would perhaps be a truer explanation !
i o say that we are more sensible of j
our power over smallpox than we are;
of our power over typhoid. Every one i
even the' philistine admits that we I
While attempting to hang a curtain 'an do much to prevent and check the!
a fhlckasba married man fell from a j f'"-nd of smallpox. But there is a
chair and broke his arm. The Incident very considerable number who cling to I
should be a warn lie to oiner male"' ' .... t .... ... w
critters not to attempt to invade wo-
Pur. In the C.n farm
in tha Baking.
t'tty is going to leave an aching void in j
some publisher's strong box aays 'h''
J put forth greater efforts to safe- f-X nanges ior ciem B
It is said thai Sapulpa is about to
enter 1 lit? race for Ihe state capital.
In the Hutu of the bOiioas that nave
beset other i apital -M-eking towns
you'll have to admit that Sapulpa has
plenty of "nerve.
We can't help but admit the spirit
of Aetfug-Mayor Lackey of Oklahoma
rttv The vcrv next dav after the m
l(ut n 111. f lhil .l.- I n..7- -! biiiiii lion- ut-i-u. jinii
tnt.ion against which luck in our only
shield. As to smallpo the connection
between cause and effect is seen and
everywhere admitted. Typhoid by
man via will retarded as la reel v acci
dental . This we imaEinP. i ihe'oxnla-: Due f'om banks &8.428.1G
ff th verv xiinnilni- fiiet UuititOUOn PUIS OI oxcuifiK..
Report of the Condition o
THE FARMERS STATE BANK
At Chickasha In the state of Oklaho-
ma at the close of business November
Loans and discounts $ 53923.50
Overdrafts secured and un-
secured Stocks bonds warrants etc.
Guaranty fund with state
Furniture and fixtures
guard attainst a mild disease than we
do to safeguard ourselves against a
very deadly one.
Yet. the causes of typhoid have been
. j -stablihhed just a-it certainly as the
Cash in bank
5 ft 82.:: 8
nreine court handed
Won Mr. -Lackey issued a
it g proclamation.
Thanks giv- j
al authorities are agreed If not with !
Capital Rtock paid in.......
Vndivided profits less ex
penses and taxes paid
GOING SOUTH I
We have them in several finishes
as follows: Circassian Walnut
Birds Eye Maple Quartersawed
Napoleon Beds are now taking
the place of iron beds to a certain
extent. To see and appreciate what
NaDoleon Beds are.call at our store.
We have many styles. The prices
range as follows
Birds Eye Maple at . . . . $4500
Circassian Walnut at . . . $50.00
Quartersawed Oak at . . . $45.00
Mahogany Panel from . . $27.50
Oak Panel from $12.50
The name alone stands 1
for something and as it
does.it applies with full
force to our Cabinets j
They are complete finish
and workmanship the
highest standard mate- J
rial used is the best oak?"
rounded corners. With y
each of these cabinets '
we offer you free one '
8-piece Kitchen Set. -" f
Price from $22.50 to $35
15 Styles of Cabinets from $10.50
i One to banks
extraordinary approach of unanimity!
has had an automobile !1hl nl ls ' ma lAk(n
j into tne stornaen. 1 tie germ may be
I Individual deposits subject
- Kan-as City
funeral. Considering the raw ma-
terial for funerals fintiifhcd by auto-ntolf!-s
it is emineti-Jy i.roper to have
the autos paiticipate In the eUming
A not 'Ml Oklahoma Cur -au-t!er died
l.v the accidental difcliarise of the Run t
with whUh he had killed a man a
couple of years a:. If 'tt W3i;t '
you cun fiiiure out a pietty -l-(tr case of
retributive Ji:l'e in this itu iiP nt.
taken in with food upon which it has
been deposited by those industrious
st a venders flies or it may be aaken in
with drink milk and water hut particu-
larly water if this were not a demon-
strated truth it would still be a pretty
t plausible titeory by reason of the cir-
! cunmtance that typhoid is the one dis-
eai-e which collects as heavy a toll in
the reentry at in the city. Filthy' as
tlie average town in. and negligent as
it also as to the purity of its water
he averane farm house is In closer
and a manure
and is water supply more siih-
to those contamination than Is
Time certificates of deposit.
Cashier's checks outstanding
Notes arid bills rediscounted
Liabilities other than those.
county of Grady
Tl.o ... i .iiom eerit of HS (Itace M
v t.. ... T. ..M to cottar- Jaeoues I ri'i;niy . a ce.spooi
le Lesseps' the French ajttor is an-jj
. .a -w iiiht listen to mm tow- i
: ' ... .. I r.robably the case in the average own.
tti!iit old eossnt uikiaR about tne . .
fnir Canadian elrl marryhtK a "hi h (
. poor sanitary environment of the av
if there were no concrete proof of the
fact that It trust be because of the
a Rood hlf.hway
t mn aroutiil Itsue
rnol mt and built Vrs Iari 10"s0 tt!aI' mon
IS n i!c i tr.t in one j
duv. This Is one of lite bes". ways j
we have heard of for promoting
t ditse ot good roaos ami ii r"
wholesome manner of living the conn-
try people are about as much the vie- ;
.i - . .. t
(! j um.i o! iij.iin.tm as tu.v people are. s
osti Wl'h the most prolille source of ty- j
mUtht profit by the j phold Identified; there can bo no valid t SAN
excuse for our failure to take at least i
I State of Oklahoma
!. I. K. V. Power cashier of the above
i named bank do solemnly swear that
j the above statement is true to the
! best of my knowledge and belief so
help me God.
K. W. POWER Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this Hith day of .Nov. 1910.
' R. R. PHILLIPS.
(Seal) Notary -Public.
My commission expires Sept. 9 1314.
r. F. COCRTNEY
J. O. Bl'RGETT
P. X. ESSER
San Antonio Tex.. Nov. 17. Six j
solid trains cf homeseekers have j
reached San Antonio within the past j
few days and more are expected. This j
is the largest number which ias yet ;
come in so short a time. They come j
from all sections of the Central states. I
The Canada contingent was particular-!
ly large this time there being more j
than 500 persons from that section j
They occupied several special cars j
These Canadians have been showing!
great interest in Texas for several j
months and the big movement at. this i
I time is the result of the reiwrts of :
2.624.r3 t.ommittees sent here to investigate the j
possibilities of Southwest Texas. These
repot ts have been favorable in the ex-
treme. Those coming from Canada
are for the most part American farm
ers who went to Canada several years !
ago and have become disgusted with
the short crop season and the exces-
sively cold weather. There are also a
number of native Canadians and En-:
glishmen. The indicatiot s are that j
Texas will during the coining winter I
get several thousand families of these !
"The inruiii to Canada from tlie l ntt-
ed tSateB stopped several years ago."
said James A. Johnson with the party.
"The movement is now back to the
United Eaates. The farmers from the
Northern United States who went to
Canada are nearly all dissatisfied. As
there are a large number of irami-'
grants coming to Canada rom Eng-
land France and other European coun-
tries the Americans are finding it os-
fdble to sell their Canadian homes and
they are gladly taking advantage of it
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Big stock new designs; fin-
ishes as follows: Quartered
Oak. Plain Oak Imitation Oak
Weathered Oak Early English
Mahogany Birds Eye Maple
Tuna. We carry large stock
Upholstered Rockers. Best
Rockers is what you want.
Rockers without arm . $1.50
Rockers plain from . $275
up to . . ... $25.00
O W Si J J uu
i PAY LATER
as mm h precaution against it as we do j
against the relatively harmless disease !
of smallpox. There U more menace in ;
IN SPITE OF EARTHQUAKE.
Washington Nov. 17. In connection
with the announcement from the popu-
lation of San Francisco the director of
the census said the original returns
contained 420.434 names but of these
on investigation by the census bureau.
3.322 wer eliminated. There was
found no evidence of intentional fraud
on the part of the enumerators.
"The principal classes of names
eliminated" says Director Durand
"were those of persons on vessels not
jo conclude- that i per of permitting smallpox victims lot Having ban rraneisco as meir nome
' ('apt. atid Vr. Manning of the local
Volunteer of America are preparing
for their usual ThanliRglv'jt!? feast for! a polluted stream than there is in an
the needy of the city. Perhaps we are j nmpiaraniined smallpox: patient. Tiie
not as prosperous a w might be but j filth heap is itself a pest house but
'!' .nn belt) a bit in the laudable I whereas we ghun the pest house that
There i no better way to! itaroors a smallpox palleni ntes are
si an by remembering the ! free to go and come from every filth
j '.cap. If we were as sensible of the
. danger of polluting streams and of
ii i . . wn loiif eitotmh since the maintaining filth as we are of the dan-
t lection for all of u
the fellows we i.! so inauy har.i remain tree or quarantine instead or
things about are not nearly as bad as; doing k to combat typhoid than we
. t...oh tbev were lit other words; do to combat smallpox we should do
the ill feelings en-1 rut ecu times more wince H nas neen j ooarumg iiuum? or uiucr jimvtra i i --
We ought: to bury
gendered by political strife and
good friendly neighbors. That's
wav broad minded men do.
port fishermen absent on the high
seas whoo names were obtained from
their employers and not from their
The New State
Have a staff or skilled hands '
who know how to make
BOOTS AND SHOES
We sucrrrest to persons difficult
The majority of them will come to i to fit or who nave corns or DUn-
Texas for they are looking for long- ions or foot deformity that they
crop years and a place where diversi-1 give US an opportunity of dem-
ficition is possible. j onstrating that we can fit them
. nprfpct.lv and relieve much suf
fering by dur high grade boots
and shoe3 made by men "who
We Also Do FirstClass
Repairing of All Kinds
111 South Third Street.
of Secretary Cordon
Three Story Brick. Bath and Sample Room. Steam Heat
LI i4rl Ml 1 1 fl TTI XT ii
JULU LCI 2M..LV5. W f
1 1 EUROPEAN I
REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS
LUN.CH COUNTER ALWAYS OPEN
The Midway Cafe Open Day and Night.
311 Chickasha Ave. J. S. Jones Propr.
Judge Iindis of Chicago does not
helifve In hair restoratives. He fined
a woman nfve dollars for putting
false label on a bottle of stuff warrant-
ed to make tlie hair grow on a bald
bead. Tip-re is one place where no one
has ever been aide to make one hair
much less two. grow where none grew
before-Oklahoma City Times.
made painfully evident that the people j deuce and persons whose names were
can not be moved bv a sense of the ! obtained from enipolynient agencies
i danger to take the most ordinary pre-
cautions against typhoid health boards
ought to he armed with a pretty rigor-
ous law of compulsion.' Dallas News.
having been sent by such agencies to j tions. as set out on page 388
Guthrie Okla. Nov. 17 The pub-
lished conclusion of Secretary Seth
Cordon of the state election board that
the article 9 amendment voted on Nov.
S must receive a majority of all votes
cast at. that election to win was ap-
proved here by Assistant Attorney
General V. C Reeves after a careful
examination of the law on the subject.
afu. n!!..nr n1anlnioiit " srtbt Mr
Reeves "was a proposed constitutional Weights Structural Iron Work
' i tk r-.-b- KeaePumith Snort
amendment submitted -by tne legjsm- j nu nun
lure uuuer uie iui". -- --- - - - .
section 1. i btalK UUUer wnicn we utmiuiau'
The Chickasha Iron Works
Wre have added new and up-to-date
machinery to our plant and
are able to do any
MACHINE OB FOUNDRY WORK
We make a specialty of Sash
tural Iron VVorK
See the Nix Corn
article 24 Snyder's constitution whicn
provides that when a majority of all
nre heading tow
cold retrioiis pi
them should be
What we need
d the south from the
the north. More of
located in Oklahoma
is a lirst-eltiss state
wide publicity bureau. The time has
come for a co-operation movement
among tlie various towns to give the
advantages of the state intelligent ad-
vertising BETTER PROVISION AGAINST TY-
. That typhoid fever Is more deadly
than smallpox every one knows doubt-
less. For many however there may he
sonto news ill the statement of the
it in. board of health that typohid is
1lle cause of lll'teell (lilies S Il'tiPV
deaths as smallpox is. Yet we .put
forth greater effort to combat small-
AN ANCIENT PESSIMIST.
On the Mh of October J77fi John
Adams wrote to his wife from Phila-
delphia': "The spirit of ventality you
mention is the most dreadful and
alarming enemy America has to oppose
it is as rapacious nd insatiable as the
grave. This predominant avarice will
ruin America if she Is ever ruined. If
God Almighty does not interfere by
iiis grace to control this universal
idolatry to the mammon of unrighteous-
ness we shall he given up to the chas-
tisement of Mis judgment. I am
ashamed of the age 1 live In."
DEGREE OF HONOR
The ladies of the Degree of Honor
will give a grand hall Thanksgiving
eve Wednesday evening Nv. 23 in
the A. O. T". W. hall. Good mu-dc has
lieen eriL-aced and a Kood time It as-
m!r.i! !! ".no M l1!!. llCKei e
i cents per couple to be had from the
j cnmndt tee of ladies.
work outside of the city prior to cen-1
SI1R itilV. i
The' population of 'Frisco in 1900 the electors voting at such election
was 342.782 making the increase 74 ! shall voie in favor of any amendment.
ISO or 21.fi per cent. I thereto it shall thereby become a part
' j of the constitution."
For Kent One or two nice rooms
for light housekeeping. Also barn and
big lot. 120 South Sixth street. Phone
Virtue and Adversity.
In adversity only the virtuoug can
entertain hope Paeon.
There is one man in the United State who ha perhaps heard
more women's secrets than ny other man or woman in the
country. These secrets ore not secrets of guilt or shame hut
the secrets of suffering and they have been confided to Dr.
It. V. l"iere in the hope and expectation of advice and help.
That few of these women have been disappointed in their ex-
pectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eight per cent of
oil women treated by Dr. Fierce have been absolutely and
altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the
cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. Hut when
that record applies to the treatment of more than blf-a- mil
lion women in a practice of over 40 years it is phenomenal
and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women as the first of
specialists in the treatment of women's diseases.
Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter absolutely without
charge. All replies are mailed sealed in perfectly plain envelopes without
any printing or advertising whatever upon them. Write without tear as with-
out fee to World's Dispensary Medical Association Dr. K. V. Pierce Prest.
Uuffulo N. Y.
im. rir.ucii'.s i-wvoniTi: prescription
Vr.lcoai "V'"ols. X'TioiM.ei. ffjU-oc;.
ISiols. Women Well.
And Carriage Shop
THIRD AND KANSAS
Rubber Tirea Set. General Work
of all Kind. Workmanship Gu-
aranteed. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO HORSE SHOEING
I. L. Peiiplin
Highest Prices Paid for
Your Eggs and Butter.
9-12 a. m 1-5 p. m.
Dr. Minnie L. Trosper
Office in Room 14 McFarland-
409 Chickasha Ave.
Remember Chiroprac4; ic ia the
Science which removes the
Cause of Disease. 10-i7-lmo
Phone 57. 502 Chic. Ave.
MISS ULA MOORE
j 720 Minn. Ave. . Phone 830
j.u o:u r. m
Lessons in China Pamting
Tapestry and Water Color.
Work for sale.
209 1-2 Chickasha Ave.
Office 1052. Residence 1051.
Miss Lottie Newer Burnham
Hair Dressing Shampoo Special
Scalp Treatment Electricr.l
Facial Massage Manicuring and
manufacturing of Hair Good .
Palace Drug Store.
Phone 7. 210 Chickarna Ave.
Succeed when everything ?t!se fails.
In nervoua prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy as thousands hgve testified.
for kidney liveh and
It ia the best medicinj ever aold
over a druggist's countei.
Tar gs.rb.ge eerrlc. call W&l-
tr Griffin city seavny-r pnon
73? or call tt City Hall. Pollc-
r LWP 41 tult;ui .. .
Buy and sell all kinds of
New and Second Hftnd
Kten" a?d Furniture.
Stoves Repaired. Telephone 411
40G Chickasha Ave.
Painting & Decorating
iHOPPlNG AT HOME
J. V.. Hollo way Prop.
YCU m iE FIEISE3
113 t.ont.i rd St.
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