Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 4, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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C.IICKASnA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA
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It 13 composed of wax and oils so combined as
to give a brilliant lasting shine and to soften and
preserve the leather.
The SkinoiA Home Set
The handiest most efficient 6hoe shining set you
can ouy at any price.
Sold at a nominal cost to
FOR HOME GRIP OR
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At all Dealers Take no substitute m;$ the home set
Methodists Will Hold Dig
Lbvefeast and Social at 8 P. M.
Tho great get-together social and real live and delightful program haw
luncheon will bo given tonight at the ! ben arranged to kepp everybody busy.
KpwortU Methodist church at 8 o'clock.
The laitfea of tho Woman's Missionary
hocicty and Good Samaritans have com-
pleted their part of the program and
the young people of' the Senior Ejv
worth League have planned man; ?n-
terestlng games and contests for the
)lder members of the church and their
Mends Some of. the amusements w ill
be an A. 15. ('. courtship; going up the
elevator; spelling match; the king of
Ilenmnrk lost his hat; the six mysteri-
ous families; buzz and spinning the
plate. The young people have many
contests arranged that they don't want
to give out until the crowd arrives.
Preparations are being made to take
Intact Expected lo Ce Awakened Amcng
All D strict School Boards Before Mak-
ing Appropriations for Coming Year
By Trilled Tresii.
Oklahoma City April 4 This is
Kal!' Week In Oklahoma proclaimed
by the governor and to bo participated
in by all who are interested in Im-
provement and advancement of rural
l'( ople of the rural districts are ex-
pected to visit their schools to discuss
the educational needs of their children.
In order to awaken Interest in these
round-table discussions the proclama-
tion was issued by the governor at the
request of State Superintendent. It. II.
Wilson. The time is short when the
district school boards will be appro-
No one will be expected to sit down
but to keep on the move laughing
talking and introducing themselves to I pi iatiiig funds for the maintenance of
one another until 'everyone will have schools for the coming year and in-
niPt each friend and become thorough- j tcrest is expected to awaken through
ly acquainted with the new members J these gatherings.' Rallies will be held
of tho church. The members of thejhi several county seats on Saturday
board of stewards and trustees will be UK a climax for the week's work. At
exnected to look alter men. while the I - hickasna more than .-000 school ehil
ladies of the Woman's Missionary so-
ciety and the Good Samaritans will di-
rect the activities of the women. This
will lie the first real enthusiastic and
social gathering of the entire member-
ship of the Kpworth .Methodist church
and their friends that has been held
drew are expected to attend the big
festival. Superintendent Wilson will
journey to Ilartlesville to take part in
the program at the rally in that city.
Throughout the week the topic of
discussion will be education. County
superintendents have arranged pro-
t his year and the committees it. charge 1 R'aiH of entertainment lecturers have
urge "evervone to be on hand. He- 1 '""en secured and parties will be sent
caro of several hundred Methodists. I freshments will be served to everyone 1 mi' through the county to visit all the
young and old and their many friends.
Messrs. A. Schuler 0. Schlolterbeek
and John Snyder co-operating with the
various societies of the church have
riri-'iiged this get-together social and
enthusiastic rally for the social (level- j having the greatest and best time of
opment of old Epworth church. All j their life. ' Remember the whole enter-
the new members of the church receiv-j tainment is free! No admission
(ed during the past year and which ' charge and ' no collection or subscrip-
number over one hundred will be in- tion of any nature will be taken up.
traduced to the older members and a The. Committee.
and all who come are guaranteed a scnoois. in some counties as many as
most delightful evening. The entire ; twelve booster trips have been ar-
ehurch. from basement to garret will ranged for the week.
be turned over to the great; crowd and i
no limit will be placed upon the folks! QUY MANY MEDALS
All Scottish Rite Masons
By United Press.
Norman Okla. April 4. Fifty-three
gold forty-five silver and forty-two
bronze medals together w ith a number
of shields and banners have been or-
dered by the committee In charge of
I the interscholastic meet to be held
M .- mi hero the first 'few days of May. Se
KJDserve lviaunav r nursaav thousand high acuooi contestants
will compete tor these awards.
A meeting was held yesterday by
the Interscholastic committee at the
university to select the final list of
officials for the meet and these will be
I used in every meet held on Boyd field
Maundy Thursday will be fittingly
celebrated in Chickasna with a mystic
banquet given by the Guthrie Chapter
Rose Croix No. I Scottish Rite Mason-
ry at the Ueronimo Indian banquet
room tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
An extensive program has been ar-
ranged under the supervision of the
following committee all thirty-second
degree Masons: Dr. W. L. Bonnell.
l)r G. W. Austiri John K. While El-
mer Terrell Leonard Hawn I3. W. Lub-
man and Thomas II. Dwyer.
The ceremony of extinguishing the
lights will be performed by the follow-
New Potatoes in Cream
Strawberry Sherbet Assorted Cake
According to Scottish Kite rule the between now and the date of the in-
meetings of Maundy Thursday and terschoiaslic meet in order that they
Easter Sunday are indispensible. Even j nitty he familiar with their duties when
if a Knight be alone in a place he I the big event is staged.
(must in spirit at least feast on the! Plans for the invitation normal meet
(former day with his brethren. If a i to be held a week before the inter-
j brother be traveling and meet another j scholastic meet are being pushed and
j brother on tho road they are obliged j it is probable that every one of the
! to go to some convenient place to per-! six normal schools as well as the prep
'form this duty. If two Knights live J schools will bf represented.
! within twenty miles of each other they!
I must meet each other and celebrate
Subscribe for the Bally Express.
Since Nation Has Faced Peril
Jug officers of the chapter:
Wist Master. W. L. Bonnell.
Master -Jf Ceremonies J. L. II. Olive. Ith" M?Btk: Banquet.
'1S2 first light; secretary John E. . 1 11 t 7-5
Wnite 32 second light; treasurer CftJCfcaSrta dWellS Jrmy ViOnKS
Leonard R. Hawn VI third ligtu; or-i
ator Claude C. While 32 fourth light:'!
senior warden Geo. W Austin 32 fifth
light; " junior warden C!. G. Courcloiv'
30 sixth light; master seventh light.'
Under the head of "Sentiments" the
following discourses will be made; '
"To Supreme Council ant! State Con-
History" Geo. W. Austin 32. j
"To the General Grand Commander"
Ed F. Johns 32. ' ' I
"To the Government of the Country."
Eugene Hamilton 39 K. C. C. II. A
"To all Masons and Masonic Bodies"
John E. White 32.
"Scottish Rite Masonry" Sdwin Dc-
Barr 33 honorary Inspector General
Following is the menu:
Puree of Tomato
Celery Hearts Queen and Ripe Olive:;
Chicken Patties A la Reino
Roast Si ring Lamb Mint Sauee
The local army recruiting station
continues its work with a rush to help
fill Uncle Sam's ranks and the boys
of Grady county are responding in
squads to otter their services to their
co; :itry during the national crisis.'
From April 1 to April 4 twelve men
were accepted and the number of
April applications are expected to more
then double those of March.
"Several newspapers in this section ;
have aided us materially by the tone
of their editorials and general sup
port given the commander in chief of
the United States army and President
Wilson" said Sergeant Coone today.
"With the support given us from the
leading citizens of Grady county we
hope to add over one hundred men
to the regular army during April."
Boggie Johnson recently with the
OkluhomaNational Guards has gone to
New York where he will be Identified
with the aviation corps. This Infor-
mation was not given out officially
however at the recruiting office.
NO PLACE IN SCHOOL
FOR CONVICTED BOY
Raymond Wund. a fifteen year old
hoy was taken to Pauls Valley yester-
day by Deputy Sheriff Tidwell but was
returned to Chickasna owing to the
hoys reform school there being filled
to the limit at present.
Don't Blame "Spring Fever"
For. That "Down-and-out" Feeling
Your b!ood needs a thorougH tleana-
ing jutt now.
As Spring appioaches the impuri-
ties tii-t have been accumulating in
tiie system throughout the winter be-
gin to Clog up the circulation catis-
(( a general weakness and debil.-
S.U'd condition that is generally
krown as "Spring fever."
The first symptoms are usually a
loss of appetite followed by a grad-
ually lessening of energy the system
becomes wer.ke by Jay ""til
you feel vour'df on the verge of a
breakdown. Children just at this tea-
son are peevish and irritable and
become ptnv and lifeless.
This whole condition is but the re-
sult of i:nurit;es in the Mood that
have beta' accumulating and ake
tlomspK- felt more distinctly with
the charge of seasons. Tiny show
that nature needs assistance in giv-
ing the system a general houseckan-
Everybody just now needs a few
bottles of S. S. S. the great vege-
table Mood remedy to purity therr
blood and cleanse it of impurities.
It is good lor the children for it
gives them new strength and puts
their system in condition so they can
more easily resist the many ailments
so prevalent in summer. S. S. S. is
without an equal as a general tonic
and system buiiJcr. ' It improves the
arpe'i'te and gives new strength and
vitality to both old and young.
1-Y.ll information and valuable lit-
erature cati be had by writinsr to
Swift Specific Co 6 Swift Labora-
tory Atlanta Gi.
Western Union reports re-
ceived at 8 a. m. today:
NorthTexas clear to cloudy
temperature 54; Greenville rain-
ing 4 It.
Central Texas generally
cloudy temperature .Vi; Corsi-
cana raining 63.
' East Texas generally cloudy
temperature ci; Palestine
Gulf Coast generally cloudy
temperature t;8; Houston rain
this morning clear now. C3.
West Texas generally cloudy
to part cloudy; temperature 42.
Arkansas cloudy tempera-
ture 57; Little Rock raining
Louisiana cloudy; tempera-
ture CO; Monroe light showers
64; Shreveport raining ;.'!.
Oklahoma clear to cloudy;
k .(iron g!i tee Heart of Uiicago
A Typical Chalmers Performance
At 12 noon Monday March 26
a stock Chalmers seven-passenger
touring car with first and second
gears removed was started north
on Michigan Boulevard through
At noon Tuesday March 27
the Chalmers was stopped at the
starting point. It had gone 586.8
miles through Chicago's densest
traffic. The motor had never been
stopped. Nothing but high gear
To prove conclusively Chalmers
flexibility on high gear the low
and intermediate gears were re-
moved from the transmission.
The car was a standard Chalmers
seven -passenger touring model
complete with standard body top
and full equipment. The same
model you can buy tod? y.
An average of slightly over 14
miles per gallon of gasoline was
attained an excellent example of
586.8 miles through the famous
congested Chicago "loop" district
is a wonderful feat. This perfor-
mance on high gear is even more
wonderful. It ic without an equal.
an endorsement of the
It proves Chalmers reli-
It demonstrates Chalmers
It shows Chalmers flex
ibility and perfect control. It is a
A condensed sumrriary of the
signed certificate issued by the
Contest Board of the American
Automobile Association under
whose supervision the test was
made is reproduced below.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the Chalmers seven-passenger car above mentioned wai a
fully equipped stock car. It was driven for 24 hours through Chicago traffic. Only high
r oW?; Ufc tV ' "e .ilotor was nevr "topped cWingr the run. Tha mileage obtained was '
obh.li miles ihe gasoline consumption was an average of elightly over 14 miles per gallon.
Chairman Contetf Raant American AutnmahiU A a nor lot inn.
Some Other Chalmers Achievements
Chicago ic New York
On June 7 1916 a Chalmers
stock car chattered all existing
rocvd records between Chicago
and Ilew York making the run
of 1047 miles Li 31 hours. The
bv;st previous time was -nade
by a Packard driven by E. C.
Pa'.u'son whose time was 35
hours 43 minutes.
Guwt's Despair M ountain Climb
Oil October 6th 1916 a
Chalmers captured the free-for-all
'event at the Wilkes-Barrc
hili climb on Giant's Despair
mountain winning the $1000
HolL'nbeck Trophy and defeat-
ing iouv 12-cylinu2r cars sev-
eral well-known racing creations
and many of the highest-priced
and highest-powered American
Wins Pike's Peak Climb
August 11 1916 a Chalmers
carried off first honors in the
230 cubic inch class on the ter-
rific grades of Pike's Peak in
Colorado. Its time was within
a few seconds of much higher-
powered and specially built
Detroit to Indianapolis
On June 1 2 1 9 ! 6 the Chalmers
set a new record over the roads
between Detroit and Indianapo-
lis 2'j'i miles making the trip
in eight hours 23 minutes.
Atlanta to Chattanooga (
June 24 1916 a Chalmers
lowered all records between
Atlanta and Chattanooga. The
distance of 125 miles was Cov-
ered in 3 hours 53 minutes.
This is faster than the time of
the Dixie Flyer the fastest rail-
road train of the south.
Dallas to San Antonio
Another 'famous train the
Katy Limited was beaten by a
Chalmers between Dallas and
San Antonio. The Chalmers
made the run in 9 hours and 22
minutes 1 hour and 33 minutes
faster than train time.
Chickasha Chalmers Motor Co.
604 CHICKASHA AVKNUi:
Germans See Suggestion of
Republic Move in Addres
Hy ITniletl Press.
New York ' April' 4. In President
Wilson's war mca.uiKe to congress the
New York German Herold today saw
a suggestion winch may result in a
governmental change in Germany
from monarchy to republic. The Her-
"In respect to Mr. V.'ih-on'a declara-
tion that 'he v.a; i ; iut aimed :it the
a in iKiine. The president lined have!
! r.o concern as to the loyalty of Amcri- j
:s o; (iei til ;i 1 1 iWH'c-try." I
Save $1.00 to $4.00 cn Hoys'
Suits 2 to 18 years.
WAiMHiD tt-.-B-i cotton rags at tha
Daily Express office. Highest Ca
German people. wc tlii
ho ha:; a lurk
There is or.c re;m Jy that seldom fails
to clear away all piirplcs. Motchcs and
oilier skin eruptions and that makes t'.;e
skin soft clear and healthy.
Any dru;n?ist can supply you with
zemo which generally overcomes all
'kin diseases. Acne eczema itch pim-
ph's rashes Mack heads in tnest cr'-e-cive
way to zemo. Frequently minor
hlemishes disappear overniidit. Itching
iicii'iOv !rtnc instantlw 7rmo is a safe.
antiseptic liquid clean easv to use and
dcncndalde. It costs only 25c: an rvtra
larne bottle. $1.00. It w'W not s-a n. i;
nt greasy or Mickv and is rvit:vv!y
safe f"T t -rHpr sen' tive skies.
The U. W. Itono :0 Clev lan 1 6
ing suspicion that thev would (jiucklyi
cast off their klncs and princes if tlieyj
saw a strong democratic power ready!
to shield tli"m iigaimst their cm mies: j
while they put their house in order.
Many of them (ther Germans! wornl
prefer a rep ihiieaii form of tseni- j
ment but feel if thev follow their in-j
! dinations at this tine- the r .-.".iij.f; i -;
ternal 'diKturbiincn wonM pern:!'. th;
enemy to outer the gaten mid d'-vas-1
tate Germany. Germany will remain I
a monarchy until after tho war"
A signed cdilorie! by la niard Mi 1 -'
der of the New York Uiats Xcitung
"The addro-'s of the president vrdi
come as tremerrd. slim k ' millions !
of Americans of German a .it .-"; . :
We aie one of th" alli-s in fact as ".eh i
xss irf '" m pt. tm
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Lev Round Trip Fares
Tickets oa sale April 10. 11. 12 13 14 and 15. 1917
Kolurniiijj tickers will be honored to reach starting point
prior to midnight of April 30th.
.4 ! isii lo Wiishinrtim and Historical ft't. Vernon during
opting is an aJJtd tkasure to a MOit interesting trip.
IV.ajI as to trai.-.s seivice. reserva'mtts. fares etc.. funtished on application
tu iur locai aKent of adure&s
C. A. DccA;. SSI.FtE Atii.not General Piunlir Aeot Memphis Teas.
C. C. STLKFAKT Dtv.i.o. re(er Acat. 10 No. Mata St Memahia Taa.
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Lampe, William T. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 4, 1917, newspaper, April 4, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730750/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.