Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 160, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 10, 1907 Page: 6 of 8
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Hock Island Transfer
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Contractor! and Movers of
IIctTf Matlilnery )Ioutekoli Coodi
PUnoi tnd Sbfei
Wglit and Heavy Tranrtfcr
DADDY KUNJv Solicltot.
J DIUyP Manager.
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KOUSEHOLO GOODS 4
Office 113 North Third Street
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E. D. CAMERON
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CUAP.LE3 A TA7L0S
of Pond Ck.
CK(f 3!.'n? latptctor
of Sfu'h "c A;!.r
of OkUhwa City.
Cmrniionr of Qan'tiei amd !'
of OkUhoma City.
J.. J. TrfcALESTER
j of Buuth JIcAlMter
' J. K. IVE
of Woodward '?
A. P. WATSON rf
Clerk of Supremj Court
W H L. CAMPBELL 8
of Ada '(
For CoriKH'inmsin 7
SCOTT FEERI3 '
For District Judjf "?
I'lfANK 5L BAILEY
L. K. TAYLOR
GEORGE 0. JOHNSON
1 For lUprfwitatlvea
A. 8. RIDDLE
RODEitT M. JOHNSON
For County JikJc
N M. WILLIAMS
For County Attorney '
BERT B. BAREFOOT
For Dmtrlet Cltsrk
J. R. CALLAHAM
For County Clerk
JOE D. LINDSAY
MART LOUTH AN
For County Treasurer
W. S. KILGQKE!
For Rotfiftter of Deeds
GEORGE W. PETTY
For County Surveyor
E. K FEERY
For Superintendent of Public
E. II. WILSON
For County Commissioner!
ED F. JOHNS
For Jusliepi of the Pone
JOHN A. McCLUEE
I HOWARD GUNNELLS
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tfet it wC; dii K.ac tiEcji eittr;
Cfesisaj d!asr wi a Kartiia?
''wfi aa aa fjvjua aa4 tts
JP4 ti.iA-Vjut n a utie aaii roc?!.
Tj J-A wa at fnt appaasd; fctt. racor.
jOrts ftrr Halt of -i"M3.ni?y.
4i '"ihil an if.'ia?;tar7 fcrwukrsxi
f'fra tt frwwi uti-jfi svl
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efekniat It fa It taore. I fioa't
wr.t tf rrl yoir Annuel okl tract
J I to't ear a dara -Lo carta kto tii
woriJ V tart i!i.!K ti. R .-. me i.m
rruf--r -a t! Onsfr Grab! C'.rabr
"What A' yoa wantr
"lMtUtaktt on fiti And I want
70a to h'irr.y jnru:'.t?
Tre my orfer yoq fcal2iad;d
'M eisr af'ire Hja. and I want you to
)trt a more on yforlf p. L q. Iutti
ariakfn or fAntT
"UMtUmtitkfft m toatr rrted Job t
the co'k la accjtita ttat would hara
jrslywd Tarl Formea tad that old
ta vrofundo teen tiriDjf and heard
"fiatrjainAkea on tjart:" wa fbe re-rtrU-r&f.i-.K
repoaw t-oia the cook
Bpfjn reiving the order.
TW were a dzf-n or more rm! fa
jthe r'-tararjt aud thftlr eyes were at
onea turnl on the young pwwon from
the Bend and the infuriated waiter.
In the Meantime the cook had taken
big fatflah and cut It into fosr tr!
and rolk-d th;e tri in batter ao
that th-y much reaemhled the viand or-
deM and 1tT plaMn? th-m In the
frying pan he atwk Lla head out of the
kitchen and ahouted to lob:
"You want them rattlera rare or well
The waiter repeated the lnt?rrosratory
in a eyfnle way and the terror. re-
plied In a violent & tona and manner
aa he could command "Well done with
pksnty of gravy and Chill Colorado."
And then Job thundered to the cook:
"Well dona with flcnty of Chill. Colo-
tado. hot aa - f iid nioecan'L avy
on the aide and hrm;hette of aand
crane IWera and Oila monttfr ltghtH!"
There wn an Instantaneously dead
fllinc In that tetai!rarit aud all eye
were aitala cat uin the terror and
the waiter. Hie former turned OHhe.n
pW and l-xii to weaK-i perceptibly
Whllx Job guMul at hli victim.
"Maybe you don't think we can ucrve
alt the. market afrOHH" muttered Job.
"Maybe you don't like uioccuhIu gravy
or Urochettes a la mode. Maybe you
"Say! You've got me I ain't huntrry
0 help me. I couldn't eat a single hard
Lolled ewif. Countermand that durued
order old man and I'll pay all ex-
penses and aet 'em up a lonu as any-
body can drink. Beg- pardon gentle-
men all. ' My first attempt to be a terror-pardon
me gentlemen it'a my
And then lie banded his revolver to
Job and added:
"Take that platol old man aa a
present and promise me that the next
time any durued fool comes in hera
and calls for rattlesnakes on toaat
you'll shoot hlra dead!"
But Straight was too raving mad all
tba way through to willingly emerge
from a situation only tolorably trt-
nuiphant. 80 he took tha weapon just
es tha order was being placad on the
table and pointing it at the terror
"Now then my boy dump yourself
!no ftst chair asd cct thca e&akes
bones Nkln and nil!"
The young fullow did ns be was com-
manded but ttftur finishing Lla repast
taggered the uncompromising Job by
"I suy Baldy bring me another
plate of snakes!" Denver News
Wantsd Msw On.
A traveler putting up ot a fifth class
hotel brought the -'boots" Up with his
"Want your room changed airt
What's the matter slrr
"The room's ell right" fumed tha
(tuMt scorchingly; "it's the fleas I ob-
ject to that's all."
"Mrs. Bloobs" bawled tba "boots" In
an uninterested sort of voice "the
gent In No. 0 Is satisfied with his room
but he wants the fleas changed"-.!.)
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j eat g'-:r --.o-y. tit ai arr-
er r-.t tj exal y-ir g'I ;.-
f.te. AItTf m Irt ty Ettie. Eu;-
gmtei eoBsp22Mta ar always ci.l-
Tie L&ra d-ry is to cie Lis
g":w fl as c-xT-'i':.: as t'y.V.
Ki&rtngzz tt tEM ad sty. It Is
eottrary to g-xl twfe to adjrs azS
t fix tie attt of a gatt wta te
is W.z.. ETta IX tie hBt 1.4 jt.t bt-
ciijt..i to t cvh he tut a'Tsys
try tot t CdH bf r o'irs. Si-aii
any dah be f-xtiddo to Mo ty t!s
tr.w!!ca! a?: r.isr.t be certaialy jr.r;st
cot parUie of tt but Bast at tie sac
t;se excoae hiraaeif bef'vre his fwt.
It is afsoin'tfy tecessary to avoid ev-
ery rr.oTem-nt or gf-stnre which Is apt
to create d:rt.
A GOOD LAWN.
Tha Bat Way to Prspars tha Ground
and Sow ths 8d.
A good lawn may be made either by
laying af d cr growing seed. If tnrf
la uied the lawn Is sometimes ready
for um in les time than when seed Is
used but practically ttie difference is
very alight . Fewer lawns are inado
from turf every year. The turf or soil
is nearly always obtained from a cear-
t7 field. It abounds In coarse grasses
and peraMons weeds. The former
may be got rid of after considerable
trouble but the latter rarely ever god
laid lawns are nearly always uneven
seamy and varied in color and texture.
Their cost too Is much in excess cf
seeding the lawn down.
A lawn produced from s mixture of
good new recleaned seeds of the finer
grasses and clovers is superior in qual-
ity and texture to the best sod obtain-
able. To obtain the test results from
sowing the ground should be carefully
dug over not too deep six to eight
inches will he enough and nicely lev-
eled off; then sow on broadcast a good
fertilizer 600 pounds to the acre or
about ten pounds to every 15 hy IS
square feet Bake thla in and roll it
or flatten it with the back of a spade;
then sow seventy pounds of some good
lawn aeed to the acre or one pound
to every 13 by 15 ftet Sow half this
quantity walking one way and half
walking at right angles to it so as to
get even distribution. Do not sow in
windy weather and be sure to rake
the seed In and after sowing roll it
well or beat it flat with the spade.
Those seeds that ere deeply burled
will not germinate and those that are
exposed will be scorched by the sun
Mown or washed away or taken by
the birds. Whenever neeeswary to sow
la summer It la better to mix with rye
or oats to protect the tender shoots
from the hot sun. Suburban Life.
The "Coney" of the Bible.
There Is a queer little rock animal
found in thousands in all parts of Cape
Colony South Africa and called by the
Dutch' "daasjo" (pronounced in Eng-
lish "dassle"). This little creature has
many other names euch as the coney
daman rock badger and rock rabbit
It Is found also In Syria and Is really
the "coney" of the Bible for one of the
psalms contnlns this verse "The high
hills are a refuge for the wild goats
and the rocks for the conies" while In
the book of Proverbs w read "The co-
nies are but a feeble folk yet make
they their houses in the rocks." The
South African daasje is a pretty gray
furry creuture merry and sun loving
and when taken young makes a charm-
ing pet-Amy Sutherland in St. Nich-
olas. Tha Drawback.
Mile. Vlctorlue confides to the Jani-
tor's wife that her mistress who la old
and feeble has promised to rcmcnibcr
her In her will f tpilS good Cira
of her till she dies. The janitor's wife
shrugs her shoulders.
"The worst of that Is my dear that
the better you take care of her tha
longer you'll have to wait for your
legacy." Fnrli Journal.
Both Out and In.
The Needy One I aay old man
could yon lend me a dollar for a day
or two? The Other One-My dear fel-
low the dollar I lend Is out at present
and I've several names down for It
when It comes back. Harper"! Weekly.
"When I wao coming home last
night" said Miss fckeery "I saw a man
skulking along In the thaaow. Oh
bow I ran!" "An' couldn't you catch
tiimr inquired her. little brother in-
nocently. Cleveland Leader.
1 :f 5 cc-;r -.i ai Ortcc
water a-i r Ua cf the
.cheapest icti 03 Sstith Hill pr.ee
4 :':y f;ct In C3 S:rta 1:2 is
gi 7irt cf the C:y at 1 400 each
; csr:e and kick tt ta.
( 50 1 165 gy.d three room frae
J corse wtll i-tii etc.. ca sotxtls
J9th st. Price $1000 good eajy
two good lea ca Cin'ckassa
I Ave. between 6th and ;ta streets
f fiiso each.
'ELLS & GO.
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H. B. EROTZ. Freckiant
H. R. KRHTZ & COMPANY
Fraer&l Directors acJ EmlaLnen No. 212 dkLula Areas
PHONE 543 LAD 1 ASSISTANT
ROCK ISLAHD ADDITION
To Chickasha61 lots
Price $150 to $225. $25 down and $10 a
month at 8 per cent or 5 per cent discount
for cash. These are the nicest cheapest
and best lots that there is in Chick asha.
They are the closest in. See me quick if
you want lots as they won.t last long.
They are on South Hill.
THe Essential ReceiBt
Chickasha Milling Company
UIF IT'S GARLAND'S IT'S ALRIGHT'
0 : E Jo
300 Cow Diary 600 Acres 'of land
South of City
THE FAMOUS GARLAftD BUTTER
Pure Crcsm end R!:k
CcSlvcrcd Anywl.cre In the Citv
Reduced round trip
rates now on sale via
To all summer tourist
points north east
south and west.
To Jamestown Exposition and
the Eastern states. Colorado Cal-
ifornia and Jfae FaciSc coast. O'd
Mexico Canada acd the Middle
North and the Southeast For f n!j
information about rates and routes
call at ocr ticket oce.
H- M Loving
T B. BRENTS. 8e.Traa.
for good results In baking begins
with flour and ends with the same
commodity. Whtr it' b
Ijdation of baking success. Every
cookbook in the land ought to call
for FULL CREAM FLOUR. No
disappointments dear Madam with
the Full Cream Brand.
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