Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 122, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1921 Page: 2 of 12
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CHICKAIHA OAltV IXMEII. CHICKAIMA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. HUtMHW I. Hit.
Fall Serge Model
Trimmed With Fur
Mr. J. W. Tetnpleton haa return-
ml from Duncan ahero alio
aeverul day with Mends.
Mr. T. D. Katherea linn rlKni'd
lier position with lla Abercromble
V. N. Flllott I triiimmllliu hih.
tiosa In nan todiy.
Mr. and Mr. Inin HoRcr lift
yesierdnjr afternoon fur vh.li aitli
relatives and friends In :i .lt ;o
pnliii In huiisa.
II. C. Hnrmnn. of Ainu. trnnwlil
buslnesa uiiil visited lrlon.li In tli"
I.ro Slnnleton. on of Mr. tin.l Mr
K. SltiRleton lint onnilled In llio Ok-
luhoina A. and M. college In .Still-
water. Leo wan graduated from I lie
'hli ItHdlm high school ih year.
Mr. nnd Mr. I'. 8. Mumm nnd
daughter Tlshey have r-( nriifil fioin
an outing at Medicine Park.
Every Tire and Tulm In our Btora
at reduced rlce from Kent. ll in
lfltb. Co inn and get our prlio fir.l.
Ilchsley-Krlckson Tiro Co. Opposlm
Mcfarlunj hotel. Ill 8t.
Mis Margery Hullnrd siiervlMir
of miiHlc In the public schools of
Chit-kasha arrived In tho tl'y yes-
terday from her homo In Penton
Tcxaa Whero alio spent the summer.
New Way Shoe Shop under new
management. All work guaranteed.
Mr. H. C. Antla loft hut night
for Kansaa City. She wasaccom-
panlod by her Bister Mr Rlchars
Law of Okemah who ha been visit-
ing here for aevcral day. They will
visit their parent Mr. and Mm. J.
V. Van Danacker In Kansas City.
Jame O'Shce his resigned i.i
tlork for the Garvey Bros. store her
end I planning to enter tho fi.i-
versify of Oklahoma nt Xornmn.
R'iss Dora Smith of this city has
accepted a poultlon an teacher In the
Hominy public achooln. SIio left Ihh
cck for Hominy.
Miss Viola SvhtiBlor of this city
lias accepted reappointment ns a
teacher In tho Stover Hchool In
Southern Grady county. School open-
ed this week. MIbs Schimtor Ih a
daughter of Mr. and Mm. J. (1.
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SLATED AS PART
OF 'AGGIE' IRK
Director Woody Outllntt Cour to
Takan Uo by C. H. . Smith-
Hugh Vocational Itudtnti
Ourlng the Year.
Work In lb" Toenll"-il rrli-Mi
department of the Chlckaiba hlgU
ImuouI will be confined to aolU and!
crop durliif the coming achool year
I according to an announcement made
j May -by Chaa ft Woody diracaor
i of the department.
The flrt year'a work atndy of
ietok production waa completed
: nt year. New atudent will lie given
Ihl paft b" roiire during . the
second of third year. Dlredor Wood
The !udy of oll and cropa la di-
vided Into five mibjrct; eolla field
rrop practlcum farm atock work
and the project uludy. Kach tudent
I will be required to complete a pro-
ject Irector Woody raped an In-
creased enrollment In tho vocatlonnt
Jgiltultur department or tUf local ! to entar tinn the folk of the frm.
high achool. The vnurno I being! e. Hludeata whojiav not rinUhed
glvea la accordance lth the ' tra9 4
. .. ..lii i . . Jteen year of age may lake the
vikloii uf the Smith I lug ho ait ' . . .
M.ed by the ... fourth congre... -P l-rUal. when e.-
and le de.lgnl to fit a.udmU. forj1"1" wia
the tmatlon of fnrminf. To receive Anyone taking tie rk n.u.t
f.Ueral and ut aid. the cHire. itl" onehalf lime U dayl to Ibe
I announced will comply wiih the
. rUudenta not
enrolled In the
a. The controlling purpote of In- j Vocatloaut t ut lll not be alloard
t ruction will be lo fit Ih aindenlallo laek a-litcd aubje.1 of the
for useful employment. (In Iho cne
of Agrlrullure ihe aim I lo fit Ih
student for suct-etuful farming)
con me. All the courne or none of II
munt be taen.
f. All aludenu enrollcil ll be re-
b. The Inntruitlon la denlgned to! quired lo da dlrwl or aupervloed
niBct ihe need of permm over lUwork Id Agrunlture for at eut aia
ten year of age who have alrcidy niontlm during Ibe year. The work In
entered upon or who ere prepurlng Hupervlolon nml rkiend Ibrougb
ihe aumnier or until uh time IRt
Ibe proHl I compW-ted. A euwplel
et of record of voi. iro.luciin
lalwr. eu- mul ba kt Thl work
la called project
The coure la divided Into thro
part uwlng three jeart '.
which w ien rompleteil. gi" h
ludent eight unit of iredli. The
tinrt two year ul woik cer di
tlmllve euhject while In Ihe third
year Ibe woik I more generally
and the student will be allowrJ 10
sitend neatly all of hu time upon
Ihe phe of farming atibh he I
niotit Interenlwl In.
Nitrate fire cannoi be IoukIiI ltli
William (ii)Kwtt. on of Mr. and
Mr. J. T. tioHHetl mid a recent
griidiiiito of tho Chicknxha high
school expects to b-nvo Sunday for
Cedar Kaplils. I.i. whero ho will enter
(T Coo Collide. II') will ntll-iy for
nn 1. 1.. II. dcRri e.
MIhh l.llllan SchUHter daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. i. 0. Fthuhtcr U"
j Si. nth Scvent'.i fctreet. Is beclning
her tlilid year as a member of the
l'ocac't minx! faculty. Tho Pocas-
tet ichool opened IIiIh week.
RATES FOR GINNING
Oklahoma City Sept. 8. Cotton
fcili'iiiiR rales for thin pe:ir rallxlllR
fr;nti cents for U) poundi of seed
in the eastern part or the atalo to
::n cents in tho western portion were
fixed l-i an order lu-Miled down by
Hie i i.i poratlon coir in l.sxlon. The
onler fixinn I ho r ile is Issued an-
nually by Iho ciiniini.ision but I Ills
year was the first timo the ralo wa.
rixed differently for certain sections
of the state. Last year llio rate over
Oklahoma was 10 cents.
Ready "to stqj out! Fall footwear that will stand up
in any sort of weather. We're willing to let winter's j
storms prove the worth of the fine shoes we have for
yuu. Prices' range
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i.oniJU'on t jduy
vy)ic;n Prices are J
When Prices are Coming Down!
"I'm not Koinff to buy until PKICES come DOWN!"
How many times have you said that?
Well they're DOWN.
Many PRICES can't GO ANY LOWER.
Most of them are STARTING BACK UP!
We Got Lower Prices
lien you and I "and ALL OF US took the law
into our own hands a h w months ago and RK-
I'USF.D TO BUY' bctause prices were TOO
Wc got what wc were after LOWER I'RICES.
Wc got prices so LOW (by shutting off the
DEMAND that some of them arc down to the
And they CAN'T go any lower than THAT.
But we can't PERMANENTLY stop BUYING
any more than we can STOP BREATHING. .
Wc merely POSTPONED BUYING until wc
got READY TO BUY.'
Prices arc so attractive that MOST OF US
have started BUYING AGAIN. WE NEED lots
of things and we can get them at an advantageous
price now and wc ARE BUYING.
That starts a whole chain of ECONOMIC CON-
SEQUENCES. When wc stopped buying '.PRODUCTION cither
got away ahead of the DEMAND or else SLOW-
ED DOWN. .
Dealers' and jobbers' and manufacturers' RE-
SERVE STOCKS were used up.
There aren't any more RESERVES.
And wc arc I'.UYINU again.
SO with stocks DEPLETED and an
ORDINARY DEMAND just beginning
Some PRICES are going UP AGAIN.
But that's not a bad sign.
Wheels of INDUSTRY and TRADE and PRO-
DUCTION and DISTRIBUTION are beginning to
turn again. And they are going to turn faster
and FASTER. And PROSPERITY is coming
PROSPERI TY is coining hack because PROS-
PERITY is the NORMAL CONDITION of this
county. It comes from BUYING and SELLING.
AND BUYING and SELLING have been resumed.
YOU all HUNDRED MILLION of YOU-are
buying again. You buy from the retailer he buys
from the jobber he buys from the manufacturer
he buys from the farmer and the miner and you
and the railroad men are going to be mighty busy
carrying their goods and your goods and OUR
goods back and forth.
And MONEY is circulating again.
And EVERYBODY is BETTER OFF!
Where Is This Going to End
It isn't GOING TO END!
Sonic prices arc rising NOW. And they are
going to. RISE HIGHER.
And regardless of the status of prices FROM
NOW ON we're going lo have something again
that wc haven't had for YE AUS STABILITY.
Because BUYING has been resumed.
Nobody knows how long prices arc going to
rise or how FAR.
But that they are is an ECONOMIC FACT.
So there's just ONE THING to do and that is
TO 15 UY NOW
While PRICES arc DOWN
BEFORE the swing upward gets well under
You used to sav "I'm not going to buy until
PRICES come DOWN."
They're DOWN NOW and they can't go
NOW is the time to do the buying you have
They Go Up Again!
Read Daily Express Ads Daily; They Teach You
How When and Where to Buy.
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 122, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1921, newspaper, September 8, 1921; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730618/m1/2/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.