Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 268, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
CIIICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS
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EVANS A SMITH.
GEORGE H. EVANS.
BRYCE P. SMITH...
TELEPHONE NUMBER 4J
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY
The Malleable Range
(Made in South Bend)
Entered at tie postofflce at Chickasha
Okla as tecoDd class mall matter
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CHICKASHA OK LA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 1909.
Madame Su-inheil also bas fame and !
fortune awaiting her on the stage if
she choose to accept toe flattering
offers of tbe theatrical managers.
Kay cot that tbe men of courage .
lave all vanished from the face of the !
earth Even before Madame Stelnheil !
was acquitted she was being beseiged j
vita offers of marriage. I
We i.ote also that the Guthrie boost-j
cr an L4i;.6 uu o ......
jo increase the membership of their
Chamber of Commerce. "Lives
boosters all remind us" etc.
A "Society of Good Cheer" ba3 been
oiganized by some young women in
New York. The society should secure
a national charter and we are in favor
of every man. woman and child in
America jining it.
0 i tbority by the spellin' trust. For a
Again Sir. Tafi bas had the degree! long time oM Webster bad amonopoly
of doctor of laws conferred upon him. j of the thing but afterwards others
We suggest 'hat Dr. Taft proceed at I butted into the business and there was
once to write a prescription for that j some competition but all of the die-
ailing Pajne-AIdskh tariff law and j tkmary makers finally got together
there are a good many other laws j and while they differ in a few details
that need the doctor's attention. they agree in assuming ihe un-
j restricted authority to dictate absolute-
We fear that the poor cotton planter i ly to us free-born liberty-loving Ameri-
is not getting as much sympathy as he can citizens just bow we shall spell
deserves this year. Witness the casej T. Roosevelt endeavored with ill suc-
o( a farmer at 0lE.Tk8vH.Ie Texas who cess to bust the trust but our idea Is
told a bale of long Maple cotton and
didn't get but twenty-five cents a
pcur.d for ft. Tbe whole bale brought
iiim just $126.75.
Like nearly all the other bit poll-lk-ians
Mr. Taft la. .My enou v when
the prohibition quft..ioa is put up to
him. Down In Alabama wh'-a asked
Jiow he fctood on the question he re-
plied "I arn somewhat in the position
of Brother Fox who r-hea be was
called upon to decide a case between j
a lion and some other ferocious beast ;
v -..! fco r. V.aA vtt atA
- had entirely lost his sense of smell."
When you are ready to do any paint-
ing do a little figuring; here's an ex-
nmple: If painting cOhts two or three
X m wj n tm nt iiU a a 4 1-l A r.'i r.t anl an si
one paint goes two or three times an
far' as another how much are those
two paints worth? The one paint Is
Devoe Lead-and-Zine; goes further
takes fewer gallons lasts longer than
!her paint; there are a lot of others.
W. A. Cooper Company Agents.
A terrible warning to husbands who
are over Indulgent with wives Is con-
veyed by the etory coming from New
"Vork filing us that Mrs. Catherine
Jausrie ended her life because her hus-
tand was "Jufct simply too good" to ber.
Disappointed because her partner
liever abused her tbe unhappy woman
after enduring bis kindness as long
a she could took a quaff from a bottle
of tlnc-ture of iodine. How many of
her poor sisters are suffering from the
tianie cause nobody knows.
A New York paper publishes a story
Jn which it charges that the isugar trust
lias plied Its corrupt practices on two
secretaries of the treasury and has ex-
ercised its influence on a cabinet offi-
cer of another administration. Now
if Teddy were still running the coun-
try we might expect him to-have the
ditor speedily hailed before a court (o
answer to the charge of "lese niajeste"
the crime which Roosevelt sought to
rescue from despotic soil and re-
plant in America.
ENTERTAINMENT AND CHARITY.
. The ladle of tbe United Charities
Association will offer the public an
other entertainment next week.
Their la.4 effort in this line proved
to be a notable success in every way
A good sl.e sum was realized for hos-
pital fund and the entertainment was
a high class one elevating in every re-
peet and enjoyed by he large audi-
ence of representative people who at-
It is to be hoped that the next en-
1ei Utinmcnt will be equally well at
tended. That H w ill be meritorious
la character U guaranteed by the fact j
. that these excellent women vouch for
and every one who goes will be;
vtjtrlbutlng bis mite to the worthy'
i which is being promoted..
soe no reahon why the charity
should cot offer the public'
jf these entertainments dur
iter. The people wain to
d and ainiwed and past ;
onsU'tttes that they will
patronize high-class concerts and lee-
turea of the right sort. Good attrac- j
tio&s of the 1 eeum or Chautauqua )
i kind will be appreciated and in pro-!
! riding them for us the ladies will be ;
. j rendering an Important service to tie I
amusement-going portion of the pah-j
and 'm a!s ed3iBE dollar to
ttelr hospital fund. j
THE SPELLIN' TRUST. j
Wo believe old .oan wetr-.er was
& . u mater;-
musl be assigned to the tariff which
is the "mother of all trusts."
: This information is offered to an
anxious inquirer who wants to know j
hew anybody got authority to say how j
word b should be spetled. !
Nobody ever delegated this iinpor-!
: tant right to anybody. As we said be-
fore it is simply a usurpation of au-
that be wag merely trjing to start an-
other one on a larger scale rtiat would
destroy the last vestige of competi-
tion. As It stands today we are the belp-
les victims of a grinding monopoly.
! a trust that is strongly entrenched by
j a fettered public opinion and day after
day we must go on paying tribute to
j it. Even occasionally when a brave
j patriot like our learned friend Judge
S. M. Williams boldly stands up and
j declares that no man shall dictate to
him how he shall spell most or usj
! rrinciTiV Y-riwjird (t "fnt;f the Kfde of Ihe
j We call ourselves free and yet we
yield 'humble obedience to this most
merciless and most exacting of all
! trusts. We need an awakening of the
j spirit of patriotism and sturdy inde-
i pendence that will cause ns to shake
oft our fetters and spell as we blame
please without walling for aid or con
sent of any foreign power or potentate.
When wc do this thousands of words
now never seen In print will appear
because the only thing that keeps us
from drawing on the rich vocabulary
that we possess is the fact that we
can't spell 'em. Give us free and un-
limited spellin' at the ratio of 16 to 1
and then you'll see current literature
sparkling with new words and Inter-
We trust the information -we have I
.... . .i... i i...r... 1
given will sausiy uui auiiuus
Many a Chickasha Citizen inds the
With a back constantly aching
With distressing urinary disorders
Daily existence is but a struggle.
No need to keep it up.
Doan's Kidney Pills -will cure you.
Chickasha people Indorse this claim:
J. B. Thacker 313 Michigan avenue
Chickasha Okla. says: "You are wel-
come to use my name as one who in-
dorse Doan's Kidney Tills. I had been
troubled off and on for ten or twelve
years by kidney complaint. My kid-
neys did not act properly and the se-
cretions from these organs were un-
natural and so frequent in passage
that I was forced to arise often during
the night. Since using Doan's Kidney
Pills which I procured at the Owl drug
store my condition bas greatly im-
proved. I cannot praise this remedy
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. V&M
The most complete line of lumber in the city can be found at our yard. Prices are right too. If you are going to do some build-
ing it will pay you to get our prices before buying.
..phone 37.. "STEPHENSON-BGlOVtNELU
When Mr. Edison invented the Ambero! Record he
invented the longest Record ever made for a sound-
reproducing machine. But the Amberol Record is not
only longer; it is better. It is made from a new com-
position which makes a more perfect reproduction of
music or the voice than any known method.
An Amberol Record in an Edison Phonograph is
the most perfect reproduction of a song or a piece of
Instrumental music that you have ever heard.
But do not accept our statement. Go and hear it There is
dealer near you. Hear the Edison Phonograph and compare it with
other instruments before you decide. We will leave it to your judg-
ment as to whether you can buy anything for the price that will give
you so much real genuine fun and pleasure as the Edison Phonograph.
Fdi'oti Phonr.yr.phs . $12.50 to 513.00 Edison Ambtrol Records (twice s long) .
fcilison Standard kecordl - - -M Edison Orand Oper Records - - -7S
Ttwre art Edison df-st-rs everywhere. Go to the nearest nd hear the Edison Phono-
raph piay both Kdison Standard mod Amberol Records. Get complete catalogs from
your dealer or frota ul.
RATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COM;' NY. 7S Uknaidn Araoae Oraaae N. J.
BOOSTER JUNKETING TRIP
It Would Be Proper Under More Favorable Con-!
Tbe Fort Worth Board of Trade is
the town-building organization of that
prosperous It has been in busi
ness several years and ail must con-
cede that It has been somewhat suc-
cessful In Its line. We .Vit slightly
squelched when Mr. Allard declared
that our proposition to send a Junket'
' ing committee to other live cities to
gather new Ideas and plans was for-
eign to the subject before the house
i. e. the rejuvenation of the Chickasha
Commercial Club. We thought per-
haps we had gone off on a tangent
and had unwiuiiuily proposed a non
sensical idea but now that Mr. Edgar
bas given us some inspiration dog-
goned if we don't stick to the sug-
gestion even if we do have to take
issue with Cad. Express.
Beg you pardon Bro. Evans but we
must affirm that we were right in con-
tending that under the existing condi-
tions the suggestion was foreign to the
issue. With less than $3 000 in dues
subscribed and $SC0 of that yet out-
standing we could not figure how un-
der such a strain the expenses of a
junketing trip could be in; The tec-
retary through a shortness of funds
had decided some months before that
the stenographe- cou!d not be main-
tained and cut off that which had
made It possible to send news features
to many newspapers and otherwise
assist in keeping the work of the sec-
retarv un to the standard of the past
Tr the Pf.rel!irv' .lnties had been su il-
ec1. through failure of the finance com-
m.l.tttiQ ti lrvnlr afiar Millopflnntt ile hflit
been the rule of the previous year the
work of collecting a job in Itself calcu-1
luted to worry all the boost out of even
a professional booster. Under this
condition Bro. Evans we thought that
there were shortcomings of the Com-
mercial Club that needed attention be-
fore subjects which looked to us as
utterly out of the question at least
before the financial embarrassment
Now a word iu praise of the move-
ment of the Fort Worth booster. Fort
Worth throws into the treasury of Its
town-building club dollars to where the
citizens of Chickasha contribute cents.
In fact there is possibly no city of
thf size of Chickasha in Oklahoma and
Texas that does not back Its commer-
cial club up with three to five fold
the amount contributed by citizens of
Chickasha this year. The fact is sev-
eral hustling centers much smaller
than Chickaslta are spending two to
four times as much In promoting and
advertising their advantages. Any
and all such towns or cities could wise-
ly send members of their organizations
on such an educational trip as Mr.
Eans has suggested. It however
takes money to make such trips and if
Mr. Evans can improvise a plan by
which the present debts of the Com-
mercial Club and the expenses of a
trip of the kind suggested may be met
we will ag.ree that his motion was
Tfiere is no disputing the fact a trip
of the kind Would give to the delega-
tion making it'pnuch to enthuse town
builders with and if it could be that
such a movement would knock the
barnacles off the eyes of those of
our citizens most able to contribute
who contribute nothing not even a
pleasant smile the' motion of Mr.
Evans shouldbe the first one to prevail
at a reorganization of the Commercial
Club for the'yeaf 1910. Cad Allard.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
Entire Change Tonight.
Motion Plcturetf t . ' - '
" "The Twelve' Jurymen." Dramatic.
"Two Women- and a Man." Extra
Vaudeville " .
Mullane and Montgomery in high-
class singing talking and dancing.
This team comes highly recommended.
Remember you get a coupon on the
piano given away in January.
. . l Program Tonight.
Avlvido American-Jap Juggler and
uij rvivnn Artist
"la Uajon Artist.
Fvede 128-pound Hercules the Iron-
We have been out of print for isome
time but you know that when we start
we have something to offer some-
thing out of the ordinary; and that
having been our rule we have this
time lived up to that rule fully and
feel ' that we have something really
and rarely interesting this time.
We are going to place on the mar-
kct; In fact here and now do place on
the market all of the lots in the beau-j
tihil West Hill addition belonging to j
R. M. Bourland. These lots are all
good ones the prices aro reasonable
and we will sell them to you on easy
terms $ 100' cash balance to suit you.
We have about fifteen of these beauti-
ful lots and they will soon be sold.
Take your time but don't try to take
some other person's time. Ixiok them
over talk to us about them then let's
get together. We want to sell you
want to buy that makes a reason.
COCHRAN ABSTRACT CO.
NEXT WEEK IS OUR
Three minute biscuits and delicious hot coffee served
beautiful cook book and useful souvenir free.
Best of All-The Malleable Man who is a range expert
range. You will know why it is impossible to make a better.
See Him at The Store of
L. A. DADE
Phone 324 201 Chickasha Avenue
Any Time From
NOVEMBER 22 TO 27 INCLUSIVE
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NOTICE OF HEARING RETURN OF
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
State of Oklahoma Grady County
In Count- Court.
Iu the Matter of the Estate of Emily
Holt a Minor.
Notice is hereby given that B. W.
Holt the duly appointed and qualified
guardian of the estate of Emily Holt a
minor has returned and presented for I
confirmation and filed in said court
his return of the sale of the following
described real estate of said Emily
Holt a minor to-wit:
NE'A of SEV4 and NE of SW
of SE'4 and lot 3 and SEVt- of
and S'A of SV of NE and NWV4
of SE all in section one township
five north of range Ight west about
176 acres for the sum of $:!529 and
that Monday the 29th day of Novem-
te 1909 at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at the county court room in
Chickasha in said county of Grady
has been duly appointed by said court
for hearing said return at which time
any person Interested in said estate
may appear and file his exceptions in
writing to said return and contest the
same and are hereby referred to said
return for further particulars.
In testimony w hereof I have here-
unto set my hand and affixed the seal
Of said court this 15th day of Novem-
ber 1909. N. M. Williams
(Seal.) County Judge.
By W. M. Bondurant
Ex-Ofi'icio County Court Clerk.
Hamilton & Speake
Attorneys for Guardian.
Russian Method of Safeguarding Czar
Necessarily Led to Some Appre-
hension. The late William E. Ingersoll tho
noted life insurange manager was an
authority on insurance rates.
"Mr! Ingersoll knew the rates all
over the world" said a New York man-
ager recently. "The Russian rates are
very high. Mr. Ingersoll once ex-
plained to me with a story why this
"A traveler In Russia he said no
tlced that the train was all deco-
rated with flags and bauners and at
every station a comapny of soldiers
and a band playing the national an-
them. The traveler asked a barkeman
the reason of all this ceremony. The
barkeman lowering his voice re
"i don't mind telling you sir but j
in the strictest confidence be It un- I
derstood that a carriage In this train
bas been engaged for his majepty. But
his majesty as a matter of fact. won't
set off till this evening. Thus the plot
hatched against hlra may take effect
on this train you see and our gra-
cious sovereign will be aved.'
"The brakeman touched bis cap
and passed on. and the traveler sud-
denly grown palo and nervous stared
from the window anxiously." .
We want you to visit the other range ex-
hibits and listen carefully to all that is said.
You will then be able to appreciate the su-
perior qualities of "The Malleable" made in
Purchased during this exhibit you
complete set of High Grade Cooking Ware well worth
! REFUNDING INDIAN TAX.
i Ardmore Okla. Nov. 18. Iu John-i
j ston LeFlore and perhaps many other j
i e I.-..1tn TVvvi I nvi- r
cnuuues m uma .uu.au
dav county treasurers began return
ing money that had been received for
1908 taxes assessed against Indian al-
lotments among the Five Civilized
Tribe3. In some counties among them
Carter no taxes were collected from
this source but the total amount col-
lected runs into many thousands of dol
lars. ?: :' '
Attorney -C.(ir Fechheimer has re-
turned from a 'few days' trip to Kan-
sas City." '; -'r
" Stone Root Compound (Xyal's) the
best for kidney disorders. Guaranteed.
Tbwtatt (The Owl) says so. 11-l.Vtf
Ask Your Dealer for a
Which Is built from the best white cotton produced lu Oklahoma which we
thoroughly felt on tho latest improvec.1 felting machine into large layers
which are clean white and sanitary. The ticking is the best to be had on
the market the finish we guarantee none superior weight 50 pounds. This
mattress Is sold under an absolute guarantee. If not satisfactory after a
CO days' trial we refund your money. Price $15.00
Or a "Gem"
A cotton felt mattress made from pure white staple cotton which Is lion-
tufted (or'not tied down) made lu one solid layer guaranteed to be one"
of the best non-tutted mattresses on the market. If this mattress does not
give satisfaction on a CO duys' trial we will refund the purchase prlce$14.00
We manufacture cheaper mattresses which can bo had at any furniture
store and when buying these we will thank you to see that they have the
tag attached of the
COLLINS C0TT0M COMPANY
by the Malleable Girl. A
will show you his favorite
will receive free a e7 eft
TAX SALE CONTINUES.
At the close of bis day's delinquent
tax land sale yesterday. County Treas-
urer Kllgore announced that a large
number of town lots iu Rush Springs
had been sold and also several in
Chickasha the latter being for the
most part on Choctaw avenue begin-
ning at the eastern extremity of the
paved district and extending west tho
lots sold in this city being to satisfy
Today Mr. Kllgore is selling lots on
Eighth street-also to satisfy delin-
quent paring taxes. In almost every
sale so far the county has been Ihe
I.amklu Grocery Company has more
than a window full of All Gold brand
fruits. Phones SO and 989. 11-2-1 mo
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