Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 154, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 8, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA
V PACZ "tHf.lt
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
! the bet of nil medicine for the cure of dUeasrs
- diordcrs and weuknestcs peculiar lo women it u tho
culy preparation of i. kind devised by a regularly fjradu-
ated physician an experienced and skilled specialist iu
the diseases of women.
U U a tafe medicine iu any condition of tr.t tyttem.
THK ONH KKMKOY which contain no aleobol
ad an iujuriou habit-forming drufa and which
create no craving for iul-Ii alimuluuti.
THP. ONE KKMFDY good that ita maker
arc not atraij to priut it every ingredient on
each otiUiJa bottle -wrapper and atteat to the
triilnfulnsaa of the aine under oath.
It u old by niedicine dealer everywhere and any dealer who hasn't it can
Jet it. Don't lake a ib.iifute of unknown composition for tlii medicine op
kuams coMwwnuiN. Wo counterfeit i a good a -J the genuine and the druggist
who tayi something else is "just a good a Dr. fierce'" i either mistaken
or la trying to deceive you for hi own stilish benefit. Such man i not to be
trusted ile is trilling with your most pricelus possession your health-
may be your life itself. Stf that you gel what yum fur. '
EXPERIENCE better than advice. If also
more economical you reap
the benefit twice.
New State Midget Peas
New State Stringless Beans
New State Sweet Corn
AH picked young and tender and canned
same day in thoroughly modern sanitary
canneries. Grown where moisture sun-
shine and pure cpol air make them perfect.
Better and cheaper than "shipped in"
vegetables which are old and frequently
wilted when you get them.
Phone your grocer Today.
B. I'. Smith President.
W. W. Home Vice-Fres.
Win. Inman Vice-Prea.
Ed F. Johns Cashier.
The Citizens National Bank
Surplus and Profits 45.000
Your Business Solicited
DIRKCT0IIS:-J3. P.Smith Wm. Inman W. W. Home
J. P. Sharp J. F. Drivers J. C. Driggers Ed F. Johns.
aata of awehanta. earpontton and uxIitwIimI. JIHtd Bjrr eoartaay i
tandad cnuuaMBt with euoaw.auv bauauul.
When We Installed the
Pearl Steam Laundry
We put in the best machinery that could be bought and
hired the best help to be had. If we can't please you it
won t be our fault
FAMILY WASHING A SPECIALTY.
phone 392 PETE HEFFNER Prop.
Make This Your
Down Town Home
Come in any time and enjoy the electric breezes
around the store-use our phone drink our water
let us sell you a stamp. You are perfectly wel-
come here. '
PALACE DRUG STORE
'.7 j 9
Tfce best pcpuiar-priced Corset made.
Every figure can be becomingly corseted in one
of the manyjatJractiviiW.jBj Nulorm J modelsJ
They present the figure in graceful linesund erect
poise effecting a decided improvement.
Made of service-giving. fabrics daintily' finished
and perfect in fit.'
Ptica J1.00 upward. to $5.00 per pairV
Sold at all ttorti tveryuhirt
HCNCAftfEN BEOS. 3-tfk St. U Broadway. N. V.
OF THE TOWN
Cotton School to Open.
L. M. Potta lias been solicited to re-
open hla cottouschool and will betdn
a two weeks term the 17th of July.
Several of the cotton buyers who wish
a course of Instruction were unable to
attend the past session of the Potts
school. held lip June.
Work Begin Soon.
H. E. Macklin reported today that
the contract for the excavation work
for the construction of the foundation
for the new Oklahoma Central depot
will be let this afternoon atid that the
contract tor the building will be let
during the latter part of the mc.rth.
Has Good Report.
John Hartman returned to town
this morning after a few days visit on
his farm two miles south of Ninnekah.
He reports a good rain in that vicin-
ity and that the corn crop Is good In
spots.' Mr. Hartman bas splendid
progpecis fur corn.
Overland to Colorado.
District Clerk and Mrs. J. R. Calla-
ham and son Wintoa Callaham and
granddaughter Misa Margery Wat-
kins and brother Winton will leave
Monday overland In the Callaham car
for Colorado Springs where they win
spend a month ito a vacation trip in
Potters Coming Back.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Potter who bas
been living In Oklahoma CUy are
making their arrangements to move
back to Chickaaha. Mr. Potter is tn
engineer and tas been on tr-- main
Rock Island line through Chlckasha
tor 13 years before he was transferred
to Oklahoma City. Mr. Potter Is now
on the "flyer."
Mrs. Harm Wins Prize.
Mrs. J. S. Hahn received notice this
morning hat Bhs won first prize in the
Arinsfrong Byrd music contest and
received a check for $100. The first
prize carries other benefits which
Mrs. Hahn will receieve. The con-
test was a puzzle picture contest. Mrs.
Hahn will be given a railroad ticket
w ith expense money to visit the music
store In Oklahoma City.
Another Heat Prostration.
Mrs. Emma NortoM of Omaha. Neb.
was overcome by the Intense heat
Thursday while traveling south on
No. 23 and was forced to remain In
Chkkasha until today. She was tak-
en to the Early hotel and given medi-
cal attention. Mrs. Norton was able
to continue her Journey and went to
Verden where she will spend several
weeks visit Ins.
City Treasurer H. M. Evans stated
this morning that the Item of $".1 for
auto license in his report published
jesterdayls the amount paid for driv-
ers Mcense hot including the license
to run the machine. The automobile
Tcense proper is Included in the oc-
cupation tax. The report shows that
f.rty cne drivers have paid license to
d.-ive machines in the city.
Hadlock to Asylum.
Sheriff John Lewis and G. V. Feath-
erston deputy sheriff left today for
Norman where they went to take John
Hadlock a farmer who was adjudged
insane yesterday afternoon by the
Grady county Insanity commission.
Hadlock is a farmer of the vicinity of
Hush Springs and lives within a mile
and a half of the farmer who was ad-
judged insane last week. Both became
demented over the eubiect of social
Ism. Hadlock Is not violent.
It Pays to Advertise.
That it pays to advertise Was dem-
onstrated this morning at the Morgat;
& Crib! m'd summer sale which was
Pp-jj-j s o o'clock. Customers began
entering the store as soon as the doors
vero open and by 8:30 the clerks were
etremly busy. Morgan & Gribi give
two big sales each year one at the
m'd wlnter season and one during the
midsummer. They use printers Ink
a-.d their t.alei are always a success.
Many farmers were here for tho sale.
Service on Church Lawn.
M. L. Butler of the Methodist
church announced today that arrange-
ments have been made by the offi-
cial board of the church to hold the
evening services on the lawn north of
the church build'ng. The wires for
lighting the grounds will be Installed
today and the first service will be
held out of doors Sunday night. Pr.
Sutler has announced that members
of his congerpatlon may sit In thir
vehicles around the seats If they wish
and can enjoy the service In the cool
lie promised to hold Fhort live ln'er-
rniin; services Everybody is invited
to hear him.
Minco Revival Continues.
Rev. Sherman has returned from the
Minco revival services. He reports
M additions to the church as a result
o this meeting. One man past 8i
years of age was converted last week.
The feature of the meeting Is that
most of the converts have been middle
aged men. The services have been In
progress for the past four weekK. Rev.
Hays state missionary and Mit-s Cora
Brownlow state missionary for wo-
men are working Itt the field and the
Buccess of the meeting s due largely
to their work and efforts.
Federal Agriculturalist Here.
F. F. Ferguson the federal agricul-
tural director of the eastern part of
Oklahoma was In the city today con-
fering with Secretary C. C. Klrkpat-
rlck of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr.
Ferguson reports crop conditions in
eastern Oklahoma as good in spots.
He says that In one section crops will
make a good ylqJd while in other parts
things are suffering from the contin-
ued dry weather conditions.
Mr. Ferguson Is advocating the
planting ot forage for both man and
beast. Mr. Ferguson says that turnips
and late fall potatoes can be planted
and will make a crop If rains come.
"All kinds of feed stuff should be
planted" says he.
Scientific Farming Pay.
Ed Parish of Minco who is one of
the closest students In the government
agricultural experiment work In Grady
county reaped his rewards this sea-
son when his wheat threshed out an
average of 87.6 bushels to the acre.
Mr. Parish owns land three miles
west of Minco and he hast cultivated
his farm acordlng to the most scienti-
fic instructions for the past five years.
He plowed his wheat land' In March
1910 plowed deep run a disc barrow
and roller over the ground and then
left it to Beason. In June he again
plowed the land 12 inches deep letting
the ground lie Idle until October when
he planted his wheat. The Parrish
wheat made the largest average to the
acre of any wheat in the county nnd
this Is only attributable to the fact
that Mr. Parrish cultivated the land
Wild Onion Place.
In a bulletin Issued by the Hnlted
States geological survey service giv-
ing derivations of local names In tho
Cnlted States is this entry: -Chicago
c-lty and river in Illinois; the Ojlbwu
Indian form. She-Kag-Ong.' aigui-
lles "wild oulon place.' from a root
form implying 'bad smelL' " Several
derlvatlouu were dug up but tbe defl-
nitiou of the word Chicago was gen-
erally Admitted to be th most un-
pleasantly outspoken of tbem ail ac-
cording to tbe Chicago Trlbuua.
Two Fatal Mistake.
Maria Antoinette escaping from the
Tullertes. turued to the right Instead of
to tbe left after passing the Inner arch.
She lost ber way lout time aud by this
meuus lost ber own bead and tbe bead
of Louis XIV. So the ctor; of Cariyle
Queen Drags of Serria meant to leave
Relgrade but waited for a going away
gowu. being anxious that as a fugitive
sbe should appear in becoming ?ttlr&
It waa a fatal delay.
An Inexpensive Amusement.
"Did you ever" said Belinda "try
standing cents on edo"" It can be
done If the cents are not worn. They
can most easily be oiude to stand on
blotting paper but they will stand on
a smooth polished table. Try it soma
time when other amusements Bag."
New Tork Sun
WIQe Dearie. I started today to
economize ou our household expnnea
Hubby Good! How did you do it?
Wide I weut to oil the bakeries for
blocks around and then I nought a
dozen doughuuts at the bakery that
puts tbe smallest holes in tbem.
What Would Happen.
"What would your father do if I told
b!m I loved you?"
"He"d refer tbe matter to me."
"And vchat would yon do?"
"I'd refer yon to the young man who
proposed and was accepted by me
while you were trying to make up your
Hi Mean Comment.
Mrs. Doty (reprovingly Mrs. En-
peck told me today that her buibuud
always keeps ber pboioirrnpb on bis
office desk. Mr. Doty I guess thnt
explains why be'a slway late getting
borne to dinner. ruck.
Truth often suffers more from tns
bent of Its defenders than from the
argument of It opposers. Penn.
Lingerie Dresses and Skirts
If 1- A
t m n 5 v v " P" " -
Vta" ir -f mum waashKai Hial . V W sua skua a nt V
Do You Need a Cool Hat
f or tlie Hot Days?
We have 'em we are over stocked and want
to move them now and if you will read these
prices and step in a minute and see the qual-
ity you will think so too.
Keep your Eagle Eye on Eagle ads. ; they will save
By people who know how--and
who have all bicycle accessories
with which to repair.
NICHOLS BROS. BICYCLE SHOP
ESTIMATE OF THE CITY OF
CHICKASHA SCHOOL DISTRICT
To the Excise oard of Grady county
We hand you herewith report of th
estimated expenses of the city of
Obickasha school district for the fis-
cal year ending June 30 1912.
Available Firr.ua From Other Source
Ficn state apportionment $ 4477.80
Amount Needed From General Fiand.
For salary of teachers 46
For salary for teachers 7
For furniture and equipment 220.00
For repairs 1000.00
For library . 100. 00
Tor Janitor truant officer
and clerk 3423.00
For building sidewalks
walls addition to heating
plant new house improv-
nients play grounds shade
trees etc. 2G'0.00
For school supplies: coal
gas light power gaso-
line crayon stationery
toilet paper water regis-
ters floor oil erasers
printing fumigating; oil
supplies for manual train-
ing and chemical depart-
: ment . . 3000.00
For othe. Items: paving
. grading and sewer tax 1000.00
For onistanding warrants
$7C7S0 with estimated
interest $550.00 8226.80
Total needed $.r3439.'-.')
Less amount from other
Net amount needed from gen-
eral fund ' 4S.9Gl.5i)
Amount Neceasary for Intereet and
Amount of bonds issued
J155.0O0.0O sinking fund. 7750.00
Interest to be paid 7750.00
Net amount necesary for in-
terest and sinking fund 15500.00
We the president and cierk of the
board of education of the city of
Chickasha school district do hereby
certify that the above estimates were
made by the board of education at a
meeting held on the 3rd day of July
J. V. CHASTAIN.
Right in your busiest season when
you have least time to spare you are
most likely to take diarrhoea and lose
several days' time unless you have
Chamberlain's colic cholera and diar-
rhoea remedy at hand and take a doso
on the first appearance of the dis-
ease. For sale by all dealers d&w
Bring orhe clean cotton rags to this
office at once and get tr.e pot cash.
JUST HARNESS .0ST HARNESS
BICYCLES SOLD ON
Gheaney Harness Co.
310 KANSAS AVENUE
JUST. HARNESS ' JUST HARNCSS
For good gentle hones and
the mot up-to-date r&s in
the city. Kigi delivered to
all parts of the city. Good
Saddle horses and the best
of all the price is right. -
J. F. DILLON Proprietor
Solid Gold Cuff
Come in the links of
plain and fancy designs.
Buttons that sold for
$2.50 now $1.50 and
$1.50 buttons at $1.00.
Gold Brooches and Pint
J. C. Eisf elder
Watchmnker and Jeweler
Authorized watch inspec-
tor for C. R. I. & P.
Cut flowers for wedding partit-t
birthday presents and faspraU.
Design Work a specially. i'Lr.ta
rhone 43. C23 So..tl H.'sh U.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 154, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 8, 1911, newspaper, July 8, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730293/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.