Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 169, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 17, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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tut Ma-CmOr OA
For Kiay yt l eczcrrj was j
?d to t a bond de d ;
nocsos: treated! M E"5
tii tr a ;-J-.-r.:.e a-ee ti.at eczema ;
M.t a s.a e. aid an-ist Us
C-res! t.h'-cg's tie M- T!;e em meat J
kin" tpacuisft. L. D. D. Deaaia first ;
discovered tie tuen germ aod kit .
tacevtrj wai q -ck:? takra a? is '
Cir.ir sti F.'iiCS.
To k-U t:.e eczetna genu aad at the t
am time Ual tfc tkin. Dr. Dens
CMnpoutxiedl oil l sriatersreea taye
U'tceriae etc. Tbe remedy it a Iwid.
eo a cere sa'.ve $ea it sinks rs i
it tie pcres of t Wasfif.?
wVa th.'s oil cf wictergreca cumpwit.d
scmes to Uke away tile feci at cce;
- a tie ca: d..? away ar.d tie d s-
ease !.a??ers. Tie frrescrp-joc Las
c- besa ased so fccj a ta have prov-
es its abseVe merit awi e do not
hes-'ta-e to expreta ctr tocS.2er.ee in
D. D. D. FrwrDM as tied wiOa
D D. D. Sm. '
THE Cl V.'wtl STCCE.
: - REAL ESTATE
i:rt r.ear Nap.. Izj
1 WBtN fatigued f:
;nt here and refresa yotst-
cl iii'i g;a of oar d. -Ix:ois
TAKE A LIGHT LUNCH
with. it. We t ve t an
lis: icti Water Mclot-
Cicelcup-?. Asel Food
QUALITY ICE CREAM
Special Creira this week
.EIGHTEEN PER CENT
Z'K'iH5 three 2 room houses ren-ing
fear 511 per mooti Nin'.li'and Oklaho
ma. Prioe this week 1 1200.
Good 3 oon hou and 60-foot lot
-a itiansota near west school build-
"iTa- impro-sed farms of 320 acres
'a;b. in 3 mlls of railroad etation on
rural rout. nar srbool. Price $13
orjy to loan on farms or grass
Sar.ds. Q'i' lnispectioii and no d'-lay
in gn!ns rr.oney. Libera! aprra:e-
irnfrit. FAYETTE C0PELAN3
!?hon 560. 224Vi Chickaaha Avenue
IB RAVE FIRE wADDiES
Stories of Colorado and
The Rocky Mountains
THE STATE'S WEALTH
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w? .s r r.rt ir a of tie "CcarMa. otot ef
Cvmtri tiia la ay jrwtoai "far il-jr- msfbni cf tie opwaias Uctioaa ;
lac the !aat t deea-ls at laC Ts: tri ft" ti i
t k -rt 4K4 far I. t.9 EOSI to '
Ei4r6i6'i weI"uix of tl-xta 113 irari- j brcwsht is tiat titr
e-Je of l.d &ers iurts ta 4a.t. tia.aia to wiecteAzj MtsStt b arse4
ti claM.d. aad presswd aipli ; t adaa?. So it wa tiat a
p.ai oa 4.a5-f to rr-s cf tie 6oct toxoruIlxs Coi-i '
S-uie Bxa:cl Soci la Dearn J bir.
The reaaca wiy tiia y?ar vCl t a Ta."oizi tie eo".erpri of a Bo:ar
baar jcmr lir w.:d Cowts la atra- u!a raJ.i coxax?. jitors to Coia- r
pi aad ciM.-aL I: is b.-i': tier rato are a;.forii aa "opportiaiif of
aaa beea a creater preelpitati-aa la iaa: otaifriaf f.owera to taeir aarta
Ivioiiday Angus c
Will be held at Sullivan & Son's
BIG SALE BARN
Sale will commence at 1 :30 p. m.
Ering in your Stock of all kinds.
"DEMEMBER that the First Monday in each month will ba
Mnrket Day sDifyou have anything to sel1 it makes
no difference what it is bring it in we will have the buyers
fo-anything you have to sal!. So if you have anything to
e! bring it in. We are pr-p ired t i c ire for your stock and
;ady to sell.
1 o.C 01"; I
coateaL. Each Tilers lay daring th
jaxnr:r raoaris a special traia kao-a
a tae U4fx.wer Eicura.'oa" la rum
.t of Colorado Sprinzs Coiora'lo City
Maaitrra and tatermel;ate poicti soi
if for th accomnao-iaUoa of persona
ho desire to iadc thir propeaaity
for gamring rare bioaaoma. The tna
fs oirr the eaat ed fcectin of th -seeoie
C'Kora lo Midland ra::ay aad
' co&i.o'i'-us to Pike's Peak and d-
BiogEtaiai siac laat O.ta'aer tiaa Eaaj
bera Vaova la Co-'ra :o for or iwea-:
t rS. D':r:az tie w:c'r cf
ta sac- was p:'d la saca great drifts
:a many r vr a ro ta ranges .:a!.
it proTe.l a ris hi3rfranc to travel.
Taa sa"Be coadirioa has eaiste-1 duriag
tfce roeiit i.tter a3a.
B.t w ' were S3-alda? of w;M
rra Th Col: B2b'.a. that exui-
itelr dlar' nd baatifol ereatioa of i corera sixty mi!s in eaca direction.
Ktnr whif'h makes Its first arxar-l The tour 1 taroach that raz-?d and
f s.-'f ia Jaa is ta Stata Fiori aistorical realon of th froat raaa
aad is so beS'j7i by rtvAmtn of tael
n&mimbsr if you have not enough stock to make a Public
Sale why bring it in for t'-se
Regular Market Day Sale
This sale on August 2nd will be an extra big sale. W e have
plenty of buyers also we have some good young mules in
this sale. In fact you can fmd most anything you want to
buy at this sale. ONE NEW AUTO Come early.
SULLIVAN & SON
Managers CMckasha Okla.
E. J. HUBBARD Auctioneer
Co3)moiei-h ol Colorado taat It Is
regarie.1 amotig tMags sacred. Many!
years ago wh a society formed for
that purpose tad under eonsideratioa
tae icauer of deaigaating a state
flower tare were two factinaa tae
"icolumbiaea' aad ' tb Manpows."
Th iatrr fictioa Insisted that tae
Mariposa hiy a fragp-ant bat frag-ile
flower. hou!l b accorded the honor.
There 'followed a frieodiy bat spirited
debate oa th floor of tie State Seu-
at ij"e-n the respectlre champions
of their favorite bloom resumag in a
majoriry la fafor cf the Coiambifle
TH- "Mariposa" faction leader a lady
b;?h la social cireles at the state
Ol tp1 to make It unanimous la faror
Wise Idea of Matron. (
i Triesriritof fn iepertince M drM?jg j
I men and women iat apartmenrs '
I where they can as they pase 1
' sad be under obligations to nobody.
i Pavora are returned aad so ars t
j alights and a decree of harmony pre- j
i rails. Such people are welcome t
' guests Is maay places for they hare ;
- - ' ! the good sense to limit risits. "U
scribes aa exact semicircle around that ; irith my son? repeated a handsome
sturdy old seaanel cf the Rockies. matron the other day to a mea ws
Oaiy I1.S0 for te round trip is charged. ; wondered why she was not aa Inmate
It la a Jolly c4owd of merrymakers that i of the pretty home she Ytsited fre-
rUIs that train each Thursday. Scare. ; qoentiy. "Not I." with emphasis
ly before the train clears the last of rBere i( the deepest affection be
the aloe tunnels in Ute Pass someone - w D whi h I uk precioug ear
hi'l reverberate with the harmonr of ! mtfat- 1 m Important prsonaga
half a band red voices. Last summer a
photographer secured a very striking.
picture of a crowd or men women ana
children their arm filled with Esarn-
moth bunches of wild flowers and Of-
ficials of the road had It reproduced la
fonr colors and put out t la - post
card form. .'t v. -
now but If I was located la the best
chamber of that house I would be-
come a nuisance. I have seen some-
thing of the world snd I want to ead
my days n peace and comfort."
If You Have Any Kind of a Business to
Sell or House to Rent Teil Us About It.
Can place smailloaos on eood Prouasitioas for priTale
parties. Come and see us.
2vo-j bays 6 room house "barn fine well e'ectric lights
city water between 51b and 6th Streets close in.
$51 down balance very liberal terms.
Chickasha Realty & Loan Co.
4th a id CMckasha. Telephone 436.
tften receive severe burns putting out
tlrts then ae Bucklen's Arnica Slve
.snd fcrgfit them. It soon drives out
.tiain. For bums scalds wounds curs
xd bruiaes. It's earth's greatiMt healer.
' Qtiickly cures .kin eruption old tares
! toils ulcers fetor 1; Vest piles cure
irade. Belief la Instant. Twenty-five
even's at Brown & Co.'w. E&W
Pistache nuts Halted In the shell
are a dainty addition to the lunch-
eon or dinner menu.
To candy lemon peel boil It In s
gar and then expose to the air unUl
the sugar crystallizes.
To make a cake flavored wiih coffes
use strong coffee ia plar-e of milk ia
miiirig the batter.
A novelty in a table crumb bmah la
fashioned after a carpet sweeper. It
Is made of brass.
The fashion In birthday cakes has
whiffled and now one candle for tha
whole life Is the thing.
A piece of asbes'os or of lea'her !s
: excellent to slip between the Oiling
i when miking iron holders.
By soaking beans peas and other
dried vesetables thoroughly much fuel
will be saved in the cooking.
Warm water should be used wita
reant. while with cream of tartar an4
soda only cold water should be used.
dL-tili' d ai d
'save moved my shop from 117
v-vmi Fourth to the old fire station
a South Fourth. I hav installed up-So-Cate
machinery aad am prepared
to do all kinds of wage (4 bue?y snd
t1w rk. Horsetihoelng a specialty.
iPbocs 643. C. F. Dayton-l-liicw
TEE DAILY E2PEES3.
Flodden Field. ' j
Scottaol and England have agreed j
to forget ail old onkindness and erect j
a monument of Flodden Held com- ;
memorative of the courage of their
1 1 right for the Scotch lost the battia j
X i quite as much by King James' high j
t . . j strung chivalry preventing him from i
Say dOn't USi riV- J nsi0h! fe5e advantage ss by l
Qr vvaier. i th UDerlority li Engliah archery j
j Flodden was among the last of the j
We Use th-f pure ti great battles la which firearms j
1 counted for little or nothing. Proh-
i ibiy the last appearance of the bow j
4 la war was la Russia a century ago. j
1 The Russians at Eylau 1S07. had a
t body of Bashkirs in chala armor who
I opposed arrows to French bullets snd
X "' during the retreat from Moscow la
1811 occasionally French soldiers
J found themselves targets for the sams
' wild archers.
The Dutch Rarebit.
A simple but delicious diah Is tie
Dutch rarebit. Take a number of
eggs depending on the number of
persona you desire to serve. See that
they are thoroughly boiled but not
left la the water long enough to turn
dark. Remove the sheila ajtd cut tbs
meat Into small dice. Use your chafing
dish or a pan over a slow fire. Into
this place a lump of butter and a little
flour and allow to melt not brown
tie a add a teacup of milk salt pep-
per snd a littls tabasco. When ths
dressing comes to a boil pour ia ths
chopped eggs and allow to cook for a
few minutes. Serve vsry hot oa
slices of butVre toasL
water in ah cur
drinks at th" foun-
tain. Why not get
MODEL DitUG STOEL
MONEY TO LOAN
Money Delivered at Ot:ce
Harvey JLHatlIicws"6 Co.
Room 16 Elks E'dg
Phone 835. Cbtckba Okla
TRY AN EXFRES3 WANT AD.
An Unpopular Official.
There is one public official that gna
begging in many small suburban
Nobody wants the position of
1 dog catcher.
j -It isn't that we're afraid to handle
the beasts" said one man who had de-
jcllned the honor. "It is the fact that
i the business of running la dogs gets
everybody down on us. I know a man
a first-rate fellow he is too wh
was mad dog catcher In a Sta'ea Is-
land village. He had enjoyed the best
kind of repntatlna p to the time he
took that position but before he had
held the Job three months hardly a
peron In thg town would speak to
him. It the opinion of the general
ptibft". to scoop up poor lltt'.e defense-
less doggies and csrt them sway
the pound Is the farthest cry of burn as
Ignominy. The man who will do such
a thing sinks below fhe level of the
offlcial hangman and no longer holds
a plar la the esteem of bis BHsa-bors."
us c House
Phone 514 203 Chickasha Ave.
Edison and Victor Phonographs
Pianos and Organs
All Kinds of String Instruments
Will Sell Phonographs
S5.C0 Down . $ 1 .00 Weekly
Complete List Of Records
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
CHI KASHA SHOEING SHOP
J E. CRAIG rropHetor.
and Plow Work. All Work
Guaranteed. Fine Repair-
ing and New Vehicles of alt
Kinds Made to Order.
Telephone 629. Fourth Stree
Between Kansas and
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 169, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 17, 1909, newspaper, July 17, 1909; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731341/m1/2/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.