Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. THIRTEEN, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, January 15, 1912 Page: 3 of 6
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F.VA?!3 & SMITH FUrL!S!irt3
Qeorge II. Evans Editor
&aYCE P. Smith Manager
TELEPHONE NO. 43
OFFICIAL PAPER OF G Ii A Jf COUNTY
Enterccat the Postolnee at Chickasha
Oklahoma as second class mail matter.
In Baking Will
! CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA JANUARY 15 1912
Oat mr dellrsred by carrier $4.80
ilx moBtbi delirered by carrier.. 2.40
f Ijm months delhereJ by curler 1.20
Ofct month ielhtrtl by carrier .40
Ona week delirered by errler .10
One year by mill 4.00
Six months by Basil 2.00
Three moailii by mill "..00
Single copy. ... .05
Any erroueoua reflection on the character standing or reputation of any
person firm or corporation a ad any misstatement which may appear In the
columnt ot the Eipresa will be gladly corrected upoa lit being brought to
tbe atteation of the management.
THE COUNTRY EDITOR.
areot a Clark-forpreslJcnt
booster but we must confess that
Champ canto very near roving us
when we read the following:
An extract from the proceeding of
the house of representatives on March
2 W'.iH. It is well worth rending. The
House was considering the Loud hill
which proposed to Increase the postal
rates on country newspapers and to
adopt a number of restrictions on
their transmission through the mails.
Champ Clark defeated the hill hy his
speech a portion of which follows:
Newspaper are great deseemiiiat-
ors of Information. The mammoth
metropolitan papers with their vast
circulation are splendid educators but
after all ten persons read the little
country weekly where one read.- a
Having once been a country editor
mys-lfi I entertain a most kindly feel-
ing for my old conferers. I am will-
i ii K to make affidavit that the eleven
months I spent editing a rural journal
were the new. bent (tela) of my lite to
li Meif perhaps to other I am proud
to have belonged to the editorial guild
t am unaiten.biy opposed to anything
that will Injure the country editor
curtail his profits elrcuinsi ribe his
usefulness or plai
thorn in hi pathway.
The rural ed!toriod
is the most persistent of teachers.
Like charity as described by St. I'aul
in the thirteenth chapter of the First
Corinthians he "suffered! long and Is
kind" which can not he said of the
men that got up this bill. He "envi-
eth not." in which he does not resein-
bie some people over on this side of
the House. He . "vauuleth not him
self" in which he Is differentiated
from the leaders on the other side of
the big aisle. He ' is not puffed up"
In which he rises high above a good
many of us. He "does not behave
himself unseemly: seeketli not his
own: Is not easily provoked."
He Is the pack horse of ever;- com-
munity the promoter of every laud-
able enterprise the worst underpaid
laborer in the vineyard. Counting his
space as his capital he nives more to
charity his means considered than
any other member of society. He
a power in polities a pillar of the
church a leader In the crusade for bet-
ter morals. He is preeminently the
friend of humanity.
Line upon line paragraph upon par-
agraph day by day. he Is embalming
in cold type the fads from which the
Herodotus the Tacitus the Sisiiiou.li.
or the Maculay of the future will
write the history of our timees. iA--p!au--e.
He Joyously announces our
advent Into this world briefly records
our uprising' and our down-stumac
and sorrowfully .chronicles our exit
JII H Ik si
lwwfc W W 1''
T fully .-irprc-i-iiitf (lie real pleasure of b.-ikitut buy scan of
C-ilumrt an J an u let bake a batch t biscuits.
Sr how liisht anil wonderfully raLv-d they come from the
Then Im-ak ore of tlirm opn an-t note how thouKhly.
evenly and iluiiily the i!-jith has niwn
AnJ the final lest the one that counts butler and talte.
This t-.t will pi tn-f So voti tti.'it Catiin-.'-t is tlie most dep-mi-able
ll.ikiim Powdfi lor eery purpoie.
Il v;II p--ove its economy over the hish-prire tnnt bfan'Is
and iu great Kupenoniy over the etieap and big can lends.
For Calumet is hiKhest in quality i.nd moderate in cost.
Received Hivheit Award World' Pur Food Eipoeitioo
from this vale of tears.
Aa a creator of beauty he double :
discounts Mine. Ayre who undert ik"s
to increase feminine pulchritude only
in particular instances; but the coun-
try editor In the exercise of plenary j
power impartially beautifies all w )tr-
en whose names aPP'sr In his cti-
umns. (Laughter and applause. I Ii.'
a touch of his matfir'ian'g wand he
converts paste into dlamontls apa'kl-
ing on beauty's neck and with a sk.Tf
of which ancient and ambitious al-
chemists only dreamed and with po-
liteness which Chesterfield might
have envied he transmutes brass
trinkets Into jewelry of purest gold
when they appear as ornaments of the
family of his subscriber.
He Is the greatest and most Ingen-
ious of manufacturers for while oth-
er manufacturers produce only perish-
able stuff he manufactures immortal
statesmen out of raw sometime very
raw material. (Laughter.) This
laudable industry no Dingley bill can
protect him and he must ex-uecessi-taie
work in competition with the
pauper manufacturers of Europe.
"To our virtues very kind
Anil to our faults a little blind."
We are ail more or legs generally
more his handiwork; and it does not
become the creature to injure the busi-
ness of his creator. Without his In-
genious generous and enthusiastic la-
bors most of us would never have
been here; and when he tires of us
we will retire to private life amid
rural scenes propitious for secret med-
iation and silent prayer. (Laughter.)
Working night and day during the
campaign often without money and
without price when the election is
over the victory won and the loaves
and fishes now vulgarly called "pie"
are to lie distributed hy some strange
lapse of the human memory he is
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TIN ii IF
IT IS ALREAOV HERE.
Doss llarnes republican of New
York sees trouble ahead. "This ten-
dency toward a pure democracy"
meaning the relerendum he says "is
a tremendous serious one. If things
keep on a.- they have been going in
the recent past at. the end of three
years we will face a-condition ap-
A great political boss is apt to view
things as a monarch might. When
power passes from hlin to the people
lie naturally distrusts its new posses-
sors. Vet the tendency of which the
New York boss speaks is one which
has been in progress since the foun-
dation of the government. No doubt
it will continue until popular rule
shall everywhere become a fact ana
not a pretense.
Where majorities rule there can be
no anarchy. The nearest approach
CHINESE PROVERBS. '
When you are very angry don't go
to law. When you are very hungry
don't make verses.
Man is a small heaven.
The bully does not owe debts.
You can crush people with the
weight of the tongue.
A stout cat is surely a thief.
A deaf priest can hear a hen crow.
After a typhoon there are pear? to
Let the duck dress to kill flat for-
ever stays her bill.
A tiger telling beads.
A pirate saying prayers for ihe
Pearls wrapped up In rags.
A chicken-coop covered with clola
A good drum does not need a h 'itvy
No needle has a point at both es.
Everything fears the earnest u.in.
A stone lion doesn't fear the rain.'
A rats eyes can see but an inch of
A blind cat. catches only a dead ral.
A stupid thief stops his ears when
stealing the hell.
An ape may sit on a throne.
A blind man carrying a Ijjkitig-
glass. The moneymaker is never wearv
'he weary man never makes money.
t costs no strength to watch .'thers
Blame yourself first then o'hcis.
The tl'imb can tell when th.y ar?
The bad die early.
A rich man living on a mountain
top will have relatives from a dis-
UiSY SACRIFICE YOUR
Before they are matured when you can lower the
cost of raising and fattening them by feeding
Cotton Seed Meal
or Cotton Seed
Meal and Grain
Every indication points to
a great scarcity of fat
hojrs and no doubt a little
later on they will sell for
Do not foreet CHICO for
COTTON OHC0MFANY4 yoUr milk cows and horses. It
.?Zj unit ciua vrnit moniur
.Tail T "U. J! VU tilVUJ1
For sale by all dealers.
mi thai we have ever made to anarchy (sine
lorn f !-
t f WUliivl f
hundreds of friends
and customers were unable to
take advantage of our Annual January
Clearance Sale and for
have continued the sal
this reason we
one more week
m m wf mmw m m m m mi
4. jr ZZ
In this country has been under the
present Tail adiuiuislriuon which in
its tariff votes written at the bebtt
of a few sellisii booses ot politics and
business nullified the will of the peo-
ple as expressed by both of the great
If anarchy is the antithesis of order
and system we have had it for some
mouths past St. Louis Republic
A small elout can bit-nk a
Yuii iReJ u uetule lo draw A
Mountains do not turn bu
Pure gold does not f'.-.f tiie fire.
Those who live ne;.r tivcn; under-
stand the fi.siics.
Hold your temper for a nio'iie't; and
atoid g hundred days of sorrow.
Chickaslm Coin Oil ui
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ra. v vr m
Open Day and
Night : : : : :
Modern in Caters to the best people of Chickasha
Lvery Way and Gradv Cuut.
CROSS & JONES
The Best t j
of Meals i
tArnboa KAwftAut I I L3. I
(By E. S.)
er is a "sky
to circus slang
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Complitc by ths Gry County 4
i Abstract Company 161 -
North Third ttrttt. 4
' C. Schlotterbick nd wf to Isaac
I Good 1 12 12 $1.00. Ni nw ne .'14 9 7.
F J. Longmeyer to J. S. Mullen 12
"How has your coal bin?" i;- a com-
mon mode of greeting in .Missouri.
VW have observed (hat "Iking mad"
wrh 'nnp frdk nornutl cnndiiion.
It Is a great pity that there isn't
a Lieniienieu a Home journal io give
i out monthly Inspiration a:d cucour
lagement to the down trodden sex.
i When l lipids wot Kings are regit-
fiiied thriiugh th r-n iff ill watchiuK "f
the general delivery windows tit" tlie
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postoffice it will he a wonderful day.
Jleciiuse a (clephone operator docs
more than her job calls for the Alder-
men of Chicago gave her a check for
la with some folks a normal condition.
Ho matter wli;:t the vocation.
A spnisier can give out more real
mloimation cotieeruins the rearing
and educating of children than s moth-
er who has had the care of ten child-
ren and fifteen grandchildren.
11 11 $1. So ne se h'J- se se
sw sw :H. K'i sw se ill t! 7.
Harry Hammerly to Sarah Park llo!-
listor 1 12 12 $12o0. Lots 7 S and 11
blk 21 Sparks First Add to Chi x.
Leo-iiie W (htlc io Suii.c 12 11 11.
H.ihi same iaiui.
J. S. Mullen and f to Robert Owens
12 21 II S.iOU. Se ne se E'.j se se
W'-. sw sw ;h) ;; 7.
ElsGlriG Flat-irons Save
WHAT MAKES A WOMAN?
One hundred and twenty pounds
moi't or less of bono and niiisi Io
don't make a woman. It's a good
foundation. I'ut into it health and
strength and sue may rule a king
dom. Put thal's just what Electric
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them for overcoming fainting and diz-
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nervousness backatbe and tired '.!st-le.-.s
woru out feeling. "Electric
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wriies i:'...'a 1'wd Pepew (';'. i "and
ii thank you with all my heart for
making such a good medicine.." Only
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An eastern silk necktie factory intai!ed Electric
Flat Irons after using gas-heated irons. The
necktie ironing department showed an immediate
increase of 15 per cent in output and a greater
iWrpiwo ir nuiniiw of burned and injured nock-
ties. This shows what the Electric Iron will do for
yoa. Ir.crcaoc the amount of work you can put
through with the same elTort and make it ea.Uer
to do that work without burning or trouble.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. THIRTEEN, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, January 15, 1912, newspaper, January 15, 1912; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730476/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.