Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 265, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 17, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Chicilasha Daily Express HE SKIB OS
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OFFICIAL PAPEK OF GRADY COUNTY.
Kattn-d at d. pentose at Chic.l.anha01t:a. as second claim mail matter.
CH.CKASHA OKLAHOMA. T6;;.
BatU Ax felt hia first thrill of
nft t.his niorntn.n when he
viewed bin picture In today' Okla-
Ihnman. He hail .tint mated fv a
urnup of law maker tint he did noi
wnnt any ot'fice- in the new leultda-
tare. His artionifolK'ii auditors inane- C..;.i Cade derived from the allcm-d
Cutely backed him op to th wall; Tiff victory in Oklahoma wan the only
and h."d hnn nhoioirraphed. The Ok- reward thai old warrior secured from
laboman placed hia picture in a group th battle.
nf other state dtnnitarl'H. o
where Uf slfi a victim for viliifl-
' cation purpomm.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
In i h fact of tlm official P'turaa on
the ttt.ite t lif i)ri"iiaiar' satisfaction
Siimeihinit ovr a W"ek .io. r In-
store of the Sniitll Hard-var ciiiiimi..
af Thoiim.s C'kla. wan broken
anil five or six handsome irum; stolen.
Utter it. was learned dial a box rl
iiicrcii'inditte had been shipped from
Fay Okla. by expnsn. to Chicka.slia
by an unknown party and investiipi-
'ion proved that the package contained
illti stolen guns. Ill due hchhoii they i
arrived in this ''ity at the WVlls Farao
Express office consisned to T. R. Hoi-I
ley. -md a watch was placed by the po-!
tice in t!n vicinity of the express of -i
flee to await the arrival of the thief
'o claim the goods or rather pins.
Bui alas the alleged thief nop any-
one else ever appeared to claim ilie
goods so ihis morning a representative
of the 3iuith Hardwire company ar-
ranged to have them returned to their
store at Thomas Ok!a.
STRANGERS AND NEIGHBORS.
Mr Roosevelt's collection of nota-
ble companions for hia African lion
A wTin ad in one of the Kantian hunt ls a timely precaution against the
City paper announced that strangers Associated Prss ruling him down ami
la 'he city who had funic flier" to 0llf !W -not news" after March 4.
make their home asked to call up -
pertain telephone numbers as 'here According to some eminent lawyers
was an organization of church women i tjm Federal court had no right to in-
who desired to know and become terfere In the Johnson execution unless
friends of the strangers. The want ad them were Federal questions involved
brought several experimental 'alls anj ii)j x gravely doubted.
mm people in the city the method
of procedure being to ask what would
those who had requested the call do
for the strangers. The answer was
that they stood ready to help in any
way possible that they wanted to
tie of service- to thoRe who had but re-
eently arrived In town and this espe-
cially for glrla.
There is a world of opportunity for
irot such work as the Kansas City
women propose to carry on. Strangers
in town: What a peculiar helpless
hopeless meaning th.it phrase can ac-
quire under certain circumstances. I?
the stranger happen to . be a young
woman out of work- compelled to have
irork and also wit Stout knowledge of
where she can find quarters to live in
which are at once adaptable to her
needs and her purse the phrase has
almost a tragic turn. To be. sure there
mm organizations which look to these
things but organization unfortunately
means rd t'pe and red tape means
delay and sometimes embarrassment.
There is none of hat with the women
In Kansas City who merely want to
helpful useful sympathetic acquaint-
It is likely that Debs smiled mora
than Tat't at Oklahoma's election re-
THE INITIAL MACHINE.
The first slot machine made in
Ohiek-isha by the Jacobs nsrar Vendor
company U now in operation on exhi-
bition at the Owl i'tnig Store. It is a
handriome piece- of mechanism and
does its work perfectly. The factory
already has many orders tor these ma-
chines arid will be employed for snme
time to com at their full running ca-
"The Wolf" at the opera house tost
night wan a delightful treat to the
thearer-golnrf public. When the pro-
grams were distributed comments
were heard venturing the prophesy
that "the 3how would be bum." When
the curtain fell at the close of the last
act. not a dissatisfied person was In
All the p'trtj were played by per-
anres of the newly arrived. And we ( afim especially adapted to that par-
aa men anil women don't h tve to live ! rjcular character.
in Kansas City nor do we need to put! If .Manager Burt can secure a series
ads in the newspapers to be genuine-; of entertainment of as high charac-
ly helpful and sympathetic not. only to j fer a "The Wolf he will endear him-
the st-inger within our gates but. to I self to the patrons of the Wagner
those who have live alongside of us. Opera House.
come and pone on rite same car with
us. whom we have still permitted to
renvtin strangers and weep for their
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Railway
"WHEN WE WERE FRIENOS."
William Macauley and hits produc-
tion of "When We Were Friends" Is
fresh in public mind and the an-
nouncement that this play tnd player
will lie seen at. the Wagner Opera
House will nicer with popular appro-
val. The play stands at the head
of plays of its class. It la real hu-
man itltl powerful and stands alone
on Its merits. In this respect it dif-
fers radically from the usual run of
-such plays. Some changes have been
made since hud season which will
meet with popular favor. The leading
part played by Mr. Mac.niley con-
fesses and proves the murder was in
self-defen.se. He wins the girl's love
and ail ends happily. Nothing has been
slighted in the way of mountings and
effects. The st.'enic. equipment Is of
the. most carefully selected cowtly and
elaborate wardrobe snd many new and
novel effect are Introduced. The com-
pany is a good one and the engagement
will prove one of the season's rtiost
enjoyable offerings. William Macau-
ley plays the leading part and wears
some stunning costumes.
T'tat we sell arc the kind
that make you say "Weil
I'm ghiil I went to the Model
Drug Siore ami let them pick
out this br?8h for me no diif
erent wiiether it ia a Tooth
Brush Hair Brush Ealh
B. usli or any other of the
many biuahes we cau supply
von with and we have at all
prices but whatever the price
may be you ma? always feel
that it was the best possible
value for the price.
ITtallia Dfi'Z Si:r3
Only Six Weeks
Don't Wait Until the Last Day
To Do Ycur Shopping
EXTEF.M REMEDY FSB
tloltt M.'dal flour make tn t!gtitt
t)nngi) cant) I vttr saw. Rai nai.
PROPERTY NOT SOLD.
There was an error made Saturday
vhen The Express stated that 3. W.
lira had sold the property on South
Fifth street belonging to Henry. Lollar
'or the property has not been sold.
Mrs. Henry Loil.ir.
Wagnzr Opera FLuse
own sorrows and rejoice for their own ; Trainmen have postponed their social
hop th3t. was to have been given Fri-
day night to Monday evening Nov. 30.
because of the unfinished condition of
the new hall.
joys while we very selfishly concern
ourselves entirely with our own af-
fairs. Fort' Worth Record.
Hearst's candidate for president re-
ceived 274 votes ia Oklahoma. In view
of the Haskell-Hearst controversy the
yellow publisher csnnoij point with
pride to hia. following in the state
Strayed From 820 -wwa avenue two
mules a sorrel ?nd a brown. Reward
for their return to K. O. Rutherford.
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB'S CORNER.
The dwelling situation is a serious one In Chickaaha.
And why it should be ia a question that ia hard for men looking for
investments to answer.
Those who have rent houses are not only getting good returns on the
fcnc; iuvt-sted; hut the gwnnds are icreasing in vtlne each year.
This he'rg true it would .seem th 4! there .-thou Id be all the rent houses
n'' es.-a-y to meet ..h-1 wants of new c. )iiers.
To sve .-omet hiru of an idea of rbe rent house condi'iona here we men-
tion the following: ....
A few. weefca-.slnwft'ne houses on the block purchased by the school
hoard on which to locate the high at wool' build in were knof.ed off to
Mr. Aberrrombie for $1. .".. an agreement to the sale beii.g tii-.t the por-cr-
'Her niov the hnitxet of the property by December 1st. Mr A. at once
Save notice that the house must be vacated as soon as possible. The oc-
enpanfa wenr forth to find houses and to this date nor one of them has
been able to secure a house in which to move. December 1st. is fast p-
protichng end beta Mr. A. and the occupants are kept busy wondering what
the ouftio-.ie will he. Mr. A. doesn't wish to discommode the occupants and
they in turn feel that they should move could they gr-t anything larger
than r.; p-sr.o box in which to- store furniture and family until something bet-
ter could be had. 'As a dernier resort the houses may have to be moved
with the furniture arid families In then.
In Hia Newest Production
Founded on True Friendship
BY W. B. PATTON
Why Salves Fail While a Simple
Liquid Has Accomplished Thou-
sands of Cures.
It ia now thoroughly established
among the hest medical authorities
that eczema Is purely a skin disease
due to a germ and curable only
through the skin. Ir Is not a blood dis-
ease at all; in fact thousands of peo-
ple puffer with nkin disease and aru
perfectly healthy otherwise and there-
fore prove they have no diseased
Smeury salves cannot reach the
genua because they do not penetmte
the skin. The only way to reach the
germs Is by means of a penetrating
. Such a litpiid can be obtained by
simply mixing ordinary oil of winter-
green with thymol glycerin and other
healing agents. This compound known
as D. D. D. Prescription stops the itch
instantly and the cures all appear to
be permanent. In fact it took thou-
sands) of cures case after case before
the hear scientific authorities were
convinced of the absolute merit of this
remedy. The effect of D. D. D. Pre-
scription In numbim? the Itchintr ec-
zema germs is seen within one min-
ute after the first application.. We
especially recommend D. D. D. 9oap
in connection with this treatment. Sold
at the Owl Drag Store.
O 00 0 0 000 00 OOO OOOOOOOOOOO'
There was never a stocK more com-;
. pleteand better selected thanourij
for Christmas buyers.
Haviland Dinner Sets.
Hand Painted China.
Gold Handle Umbrellas.
Silver Toilet Seta.
Cut Glass Perfuse Bottles.
Puff and Jewel Boxes.
Bronze Vases and Statuary. '
Candle Sticks etc.
Will reserve any article fir you until Christmas
Our prices are right.
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Pritchett Laundry Co.
Th: New Laundry
Our Hobby is to do your Laundry
Work well and exactly the way
you want it done. : : : :
OUR WAGONS AT YOUR SERVICE
Opposite P. O. Phone 303.
LITTLE BASE DiE3.
The little babe of .Mr. and .Mrs.
N'. Webster living three miles north j
of town died Sund.iy evening and was j
buried yesterday afternoon at the I. O. I
O. F. cemetery.
A Lesson Never to Be Forgotten Do
You Believe in TRUE FRIENDSHIP?
See thi Great Play and Be
Warned. ONE OF THE BEST COS-
TUMED PLAYS ON THE ROAD.
SEE THE GREAT BALL ROOM
SCENE ON NEW YEAR'S EVE.
Price $1.00 75c 50c and 35c.
WILL WED TOMORROW.
Dr. J. O. Wharton and Miss Oma
Gufhridge will be married tomorrow
at high noon at the bride's home SIS
fowa avenue. Rev. 3f L. Butler will
perform the ceremony.
i he truth is f'hickasha has been lacking in rent houses for seven I
months and in face of the fact that over two hundred houses have been
erected here the past eight months one hundred houses could be rented
now within a week.
The rent and the advance in price of the ground win bring to the
invester good profits. - "
If you don't buy har-
nrs of us we bth
Ghaansy Harness Co.
For a short time only w offer a
choice piece of business property that
ia paying good interest on the invest-
ment. See us at once if yon want
it. Trackage property cloaa in that
will soon double in value 50x115 feet
for only $2000.
1st; acres river bottom land near
Oliickasiw choice land and the. priei
A whole block of ground with fair
improiemenr.s for only $2700.
UOO-aere firm .1 milt-a from city with j
o-noit imnrnviJtv.n; i onlv l.'.O ner iler'. 1
Money to la-.n on Improved lartM
and city property.
MARTIN A TURNER.
Rear of Citizens' National Bank.
ll-17-i:t Phone 299.
FOR FARM AND CITY PROPERTY
AND BUSINESS PROPOSITIONS
Phcne 149 and 365. 313 1-2 S. 3rd St.
old IVealher Is Hon
DON'T FORGET THE
W 11 lelM I g
The Cbickasha branch of the Social-
ist party meets the first and third
Tuesday nishrs of eaca. month in the
Murray Hail. The doors are pen to
all. Come and investigate. Workers
come. Ton hae nothing OS kwe but
ysn chains. 11-Hdtf
Apache Cotton Oil And
FOOT OF NINTH STREET
- m. t 1 t l m v 1 b-
It pays to buy the best Coal We have it. Lump ucai. tgg uoai nui uoai mine Kun uoai Kea
Slack Coal Carbonet Coal. Prompt Service in all kinds of weather.
OWWE LUMBER COMPANY -phone 37.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 265, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 17, 1908, newspaper, November 17, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730790/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.