Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 124, Ed. 1 Monday, May 25, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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OFFICAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY
Eutered at the the Postoffiee at Chickasha Oklahoma as
Second Class Mall Matter
CHICK ASHA OKLAHOMA MONDAY MAY 25TH 1908
THE TRIUMPH OF BRYAN
With the conquest of Ohio and Massachusetts Bryan
eems to have won the nomination. No good citizen of
5ther party should be sorry. Bryan ia the Incarnation of
the progressive democracy of this country says the Okla-
homa News as Roosevelt Is the incarnation of progressive
The campaign In his own party against Bryan has not
been either candid or deserving of success. The voters
cf any party should control it and the democratic voters
are for Bryan. If the progressives In the party are to have
that control that their mjaorlty entitles them to Bryan
Is entitled to the nomination. If the democratic stanpatters
thould gain control they ought to nominate not a man
like Johnson of Minnesota admirable man that he Is but
a real reactionist like Gray of Delaware Harmon of Ohio
or best of all Orover Cleveland. We should then have
clean cut Issues and no lying. It is of much good when
we get rid of lying In party platforms and by party can
A man may be for or against Bryan but he can't be
undecided on recount of any lack of knowledge of what
Bryan stands for. If (he voter whiffles the whiffling will
be his own not Bryan's. Like Roosevelt he la a real
man. Like Roosevelt too he has long since ceased to
be a citizen of any one state or section. He knows his
United States well and la personally known to more peo-
ple than any other man In It. With Bryan In the field
Whether he wins or loses the atmosphere is cleared of
evasions or dodges and If the republicans nominate a
man as essentially republican as Bryan Is democratic we
shall have the best most educative and most enlightening
presidential campaign this country has seen.
That foreign news of real Importance is scarce Is in-
dicated by the activity of the war correspondent on the
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last it-Mil plitie of a man wl
of a gun to see if ii was InuJi'd.
w ami you will i
) M.-w into tin' j
A link' furiher !
low it s!:e slope is n crank who tried to show how close
:o a mining train he could stand while it passed. In
iirolling about you will see the monument of the hired
vM who tried tc start the fire wilh kerosene and the
grass-covered mound of the boy who put the cob under
the mule's tail. That tall shaft over the man who blew out
the gas throws a shadow across the grave of the boy who
tried to get on a moving train. Side by side the ethereal
creature who always laced her corset to the last hole and
the lntelliment idiot who rode a bicycle nine miles in ten
minutes sleep unmolested. At repose is a doctor who
took a dose of his own medicine. There with the top of
a shoe box driven over his head is the rich old man who
married a young wife. Away over there reposes the boy
who went fishing on Sunday and the woman who kept
strychnine powders in the cupboard. The man who stood
In front of a moving machine to oil the cycle is quiet now
and restg beside the careless brakeman who fed himself
to the seventy-ton engine and over In the potter's field
yiay be seen the bleached bones of the man who tried t'
whip the editor.
If that truly great disseminator of moral and religious
truth the Dally Oklahoman would take as much pride in
getting correct news reports as it does in flaring red
headlines it would boost Itself several notches in public
esteem. Its besetting sin is the fat .l gift of exaggeration
which prizes a big storp above a true one the Chickasha
'lood story being a flagrant case in point.
The "Home Improvement Association" launched by citi-
zens of the south part of town is a capital idea and is
may well be taken up by residents in other portions of the
And now it appears that the drouth Is broken the floods
checked the sunshine valves opened and it is safe to
predict a spell of fair and warmer cooler with showers
or variable weather. For further particulars see Hicks.
Accoridng to a statement made by ?. spesi'ter at the
Baptist convention in Oklahoma City It cosu nine dollars
per head to make converts in Oklahoma which is a very
reasonable amount to pay in exchange for a soul.
MMUH CLUB CORNER
Property owner laborer merchant professional: are you a
member of tbe Commercial Club?
If not why not?
Have you any idea what the Commercial Club is doing in
way of adding to your interests?
True the Commercial Club has done much that has not yet
asstmed such proportions as to justify publicity
The Commercial Club has also had in hand yome good pro-
positions which but for the lack of interest on the part of those
to be most benefited would have been consumated.
The Commercial Club in conjunction with other like organ-
izations of the state did cinch to mould sentiment ia congress
for the McGnire removal of restrictions bill. Over sixty letters
went to congressmen and senators from personal friends living
here and almost to a man their reply was au expression of sur-
prise at conditions with invariably a promise to study the situa-
tion and aid in securing to us our rights.
The Commercial Club furnished the data which enabled
Hon. Scott Ferris and Senator Gor? to secure for Chickasha an
appropriation for a $15000 site for a government building.
The Commercial Club took up the boulevard proposition
and in less than six weeks time a grand boulevard of four miles
and three quarters liaed with trees was a reality.
The Commercial Club took up the much needed street pav-
ing proposition at the east end of Chickasha avenue and the
Rock Island is paving.
The Commercial Club located the Cigar Vender Manufac-
tory which is putting up a brick building 60x140 and will start
out with twenty-five laborers.
The Commercial Club furnished the sinues of war for the
contest in Guthrie for the Girls' Industrial School and had the
legislature done aoything for the East side in way of locating
schools Chickasha would have secured the prize and her work
this session will count in the contest next winter.
The Commercial Club has secured an option on tbe 180 acre
college site southwest of the city and will locate-some great in-
stitutions of learning before the option expires.
Tbe Commercial Club has secured more advertising for
Chickasha for the little money expanded than ny other club in
Oklahoma and is keeping up the lick.
The Commercial Club has been under the management of
tbe present officials the past five months and it congratulates
itself that besides what it has accomplished in a way to mention
it has in hand several great propositions any one of which con.
sumated would itself be worth to tbe citizens in addition to
what they may have to "dig up" tu push it through tenfold
the entire year's cost of keeping up the organization.
If you do not belong to the Commercial Club you ought to.
You owe it to yourself and your neighbors to help boost.
Get the Chickasha move!
Is the motto at our store.
That is why your physician
has confidence in our pre.
scriptions. Your health and
future welfare are too impor-
tant to be trifled with.
Seud your prescriptions
320 CHICKASHA AVE.
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Ycur Confidence Is All Ve Ask
We appreciate the liberal patronage u w
commencement in . our new Grocery and Meat Market. We
will always give you the the best goods for the least possible
money they can be sold by any grocer. Wetae tie k.t regu-
lated delivery ijitem in idling yonr pureltue to iU Jeitloatioa ia
good time. You do not have to spend your time and call for your
goods. All phone orders receive our careful and prompt at.
tention. We'guarantee every article in quality and price.
Phone vour wants in early and receive prompt delivery.
We buy your produce. Fat Hogs and Cattle at market prices.
HILL GROCERY CO.
205 CHICKASHA AVENUE.
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Let Us Figure on your Job Printing.
(First published April 27. 190S.)
ORDINANCE NO. 284 .
AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING THE
CITY TREASURER TO DEPOSIT
THE FUNDS OF THE CITY IN
THE DEPOSITORY DESIGNATED
BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL-
MEN: PROVIDING FOR THE PAY-
MENT OF INTEREST BY SUCH
DEPOSITORY UPON THE DAILY
BALANCES AND PROVIDING THE
MANNER IN WHICH SUCH . DE-
POSITORIES SHALL BE DETER-
Be it ordained by the mayor and ooun-
cilmen of the city of Chickasha Oklahoma:
(Section 1. That the city treasurer
of the city of Chickasha shall deposit
daily all funds and money of whatever
kind that may come into his possess-
ion by virtue of his office as such city
treasurer in such bank or other deposi-
tory as shall be designated by the
mayor and councilmen; such banks so
designated shall receive all moneys
checks or drafts at par and pay in-
terest on the average daily balance
of such funds at such rate as may b
agreed upon between such bank or
other depository and the mayor and
councilmen and shall credit the si me
mon'hly to the account of such trs-
urer. Before such bank or other de-
pository so dslfcrtied stall receive
any funds as aboe piov.ded It shall
file with the city clerk 1 bond in a r-am
equal to the largest approximate am
ount that may be deposited therein
at anv .ne time. The condition of
such bond shall be that such deposit
shall be promptly paid on the chert or
draft of the city treasurer and the
bondsmen of such treasurer shill rot
be liable for such deposit. And such
bank or other depository shall uion
the first Monday or each month rile
with the city clerk a statemer.t of the
mmmt of monpy on hsnd at the close
of business each day during
the previous month and tbe amount
of interest accrued thereon to dat'.
Section 2. All drafts or cliecks of
the city treasurer upon the bank or
other depository holding the pub'ic
money shall show upon their face for
what purpose they were drawn and a
duplicate of such check or draft shall
be attached to the warrant voucher
or order so paid.
Section 3. That as soon fter the
first Tuesday in April of each yetr as
practical the mayor thall give D' lice
by publication in some newsp-sper pjb-
lihed in said city that bids will be
received by the mayor and counc'linen
for the custody of the public it on'es of
!such city and he shall specify In such
! notice the date u;on which fiuh b:d
shall be considered. That :vo:. the
idate mentioned in such notice the
mavor and council shall meet and dc
AUSPICES CHICKASHA CONCERT BAND
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The Best Talent Money Can Secure.
SINGERS TRAVELERS MUSICIANS
Endorsed by the pulpit public and press the world over
NOTICE--A11 season tickets bought before June 1 st reserved
- seat privileges FREE. -
Season Tickets Adults $2.50. Children under 1 5 $ 1 .50
General Admission 25-35c. Reserved Seats 10-I5c.
The new stage and scenery will he installed
by above date.
TICKETS FOR SALE BY CHICKASHA CONCERT BAND
monies for the ensuing year.
Section 4. That the city treasurer
shall receive In full for his services
a salary of f 4S0.00 per year payable
monthly by warrant upon the proper
fund of said city.
Section 5. That all ordinances or
prta of ordlanees In conflict with the
provisions of this ordinance be an1 the
same are hereby repealed.
Section 6. An emergency Is hereby
declared by re"n whereof It U nec-
essary for the immediate preservation
of the public peace that this ord'.r.ance
take effect from and after its passage
Passed and approved this 23rd day
of April 1908.
B. B. BRIDGES Mayor.
JOE DEWS City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 279
We are adding
eVery day In-
vest now and
Watch it Grow
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
SPITTING IN AND ABOUT PUBLIC
BUILDINGS AND ON SIDEWALKS
IN THE CITY OF CHICKASHA.
Be It ordained by the mayor and coun-
cilmen of ihe city of Chickasha Ok
Section I. That it shall be unlawful
for any person to spit or expectorate
upon any step floor corridor hallway
or wall of any public building In the
city of Chkkash.a or upon the side-
walks of said city.
Section 2 That any person vioht- j
lng the provisions of this ordlnaut.e
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meanor ana upon cocv.cuon iiitreoi t
shall be fined in any sum not exceed
Section 3. That this ordinance shall
be in full force and effect from and
after Its passage approval and pub-
lication. Fassed this 16th day of April 1908.
Approved this JMfc day of April
B. B. BRIDGES. Mayor
JOE DEWS. City ClerV.
DO YOU ITCH 7
If so. you know the sensation Is not
an agreeable one rd bard to cure
unless the profter renj?dy Is us-f-d.
Hunt's cure i the Kinp of a'! Skin
remedies. It ures promptly all itch-
ing trouble knr.wn.. No nia'tjr the
name or place. One application re-
lievesone box Is absolutely ruaran-
You all know thaf litf real estate is going to continue to go UP
The very condition of things will force that
There is no method known that will build your fortune fast-
er than good real estate investments
Te are rot house builder.-; but we are in a position to help
you build a nice little fortu e In real estate in and around this
It makes no difference how many bargains you read about
and how many you hear of we are stiil m a position to offer
If you want to buy a vacant lot we have it cheapet!
. If its a sp!ended residence we hae it cheaper.
If its a good tot and just a little house we have it!
If its a place for sale we can sell it thats our business!
If its an addition to your income we have u!
If you want to place another story on your Finances we can
show yi.u the plans and he'p ycu work out the details thats i
our hnvnsss too!
If yot-r title Is in doubt e ate in a position and always ready g
1U Kcl lu" uuuui removea get an abstract thats out business
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COCHRAN ABSTACT: CO.
btrong Paint and Paper Co.
111 SOUTH THIRD
"H7?.?25 in ! Highest and Best Grades
Waill-Mfcr .of Paint
Work Done and Guaranteed on Short Notice.
Lt-t Us Figure on Your Work phone 3'
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 124, Ed. 1 Monday, May 25, 1908, newspaper, May 25, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730062/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.