Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 14, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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CKICKASHA DA!Y EXPRESS CHI C KASHA OKLAHOMA
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CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA NOVEMBER 14 1511
On yew delivered by carrier $4.0
Bix months delivered br carrier 2 40
Xhrt months delivered by carrier L2G
Oh CJOBtli delivered br carrier .40
Aar erroneous reflection on the character standing or reputation of anr
person firm or corporation and anr misstatement which mar appear in tne
column's of the Express will be giadly corrected upon its being brought to
tte atteatioa of the tea nag etc est.
v.'j icons.n .er.eedei in work.r.g up
a November tornado and that's more
tt an Oklahoma ever succeeded in do-ir.8-
R.;j!y F.jnday has broken out in
Wichita and i.-i VuS.-;t. out."
ri'-rs in his own picturesque
Afrer receiving a spank.ng from
his royal aire Crown Prince Fred
Wi'h'-tm of Germany will likely he
good for a sp'-H.
"Ve vie iMi alarm the symptoms
of an apnroa' -hing s'orm in the Pure
Heart and Can't Li club but it looks
like :t wag bound to com1 the h.orise
shoe pitching story hast stirred up a
According to the Wichita. Eagle
Prof. Ijycbe has discovered that
crows are edible. This announce-
ment should enable ottr republican
friend to await the returns in 1SI2
wi-h Home degree of equanimit y.
Speaking of the teacher' meeting
in that city last Saturday the Lawton
Star says: "The treat of the after
toon JR. II.
'i-'ij'j l ;'k on 'The
Tearber a Factor its Our Govern-
merit.' Mr. Wilson is 'he fitate up-
erinfendwit of sehoolts. His aJdreKfs
wast full of good ad ica to the teach-
ers of the county."
Jo'iin Fields editor of the Oklahoma
Farm Journal is a pretty good authori-
ty on agriculture and when he Bays
kaf.'ir rorn ig a sure winner for the
Oklahoma farmer it is well to give
earnest heed to his talk. .Mr. Fields
i.'jiiir-d his practical knowledge on
the farm and he has supplemented it
with the beat results of scientific in-
We always thought reationably well
of Pas'or Russell of Brooklyn Taber-
nacle but we aie not so sure nbout
It since be hau started a $100000 suit
against the Brooklyn Eagle for de-
famation of character. We wouldn't
have known anything about the al-
leged defamation if wP hadn't receiv-
ed a copy of the little paper issued
by the pastor's church.
President Oornpers of the American
Federation of Labor hag expressed
his willingness to go to Jail if nec-
ehbary for the cause he represents
but we haven't heard any of the trust
magnates who have been violating
the law for 20 years or more volun-
teering their services in such a man-
ner. When you come to think of it
you must admit that it is singular
that the powers that be are making
such a Herculean effort to put the
labor leaders behind th bars while
criminal prosecution of the "malefac-
tors of gr-;.t wealth" is allowed to
"THAT MAN STONE"
View IVork Kodak Finishing
OF GRADY COUNTY
Entered at the Postoffice at Chickasha
Oklahoma as second class mail matter.
Oft week dejrel br ssnie .10
One yeir ty iniil 4.00
Six KionJi br call Z.'.-O
Tbre months br ms'l . "-CO
;S:cg! eojy -05
Today's mail brought us a batch
of ti from (.'lark headquarters in
Washington one of tie articles be.
ing beaded "New Jersey Repudiates
Wilson." We happen to know Mr.
Ciark fairly well and we don't x liev i
he is res;or:sib!e personally for this
swabu- i ort of campaigning but it n higl
j time for him to call down his itidis-
i creet press agent. A race for presi
dent should be conducted on a some-
what higher plane than an alderman p
A man writ.ng to !l:t- Garneit pan. .
t-rs a:'k why iliey do not puhl.sii alt
the news ti.eii liesitatsniy asit: !
"Are they afraid to or are they paid?" J
The f hancf-g are nine hundred and !
ninety-rune in a thousand that if a
Garnett editor wis to put in print j
what this coward has to say of a i
ne giibor and sign bis name to it the
man would make an affidavit that he ;
never nai'd it. The country is full of I
men a!; ready to mke insinu-
ations against the neighhors but
they do not. dare take the responsibil-
ity themselves. Lawrence Tournal.
One of the ' churches in
maintains a bureau which fur.iishes
employment to the needy idle. That's ;
the practical i kind of Christianity. It's '
not so niuch the sort of charity of this
later day that help peoile as it is the ;
opportunity to help themselves and
the church and interests itself ir. I
humanity sufficiently to see to It that j
people are put to work to make their I
own way does actually more of practi j
eal Christian dejds than the church !
which spends Its time In Imploring I
help and a feeding of the Iambi while I
the lambs starve. God helps those j
who help themselves is a truth which !
many good people have yet to learn. j
DEMANDS OF LABOR.
In his annual report President
Gompera of the American Federation
of Labor declares that organized
labor stands for the following legis-
The referendum the initiative and
Passage of the so-called anti-injunc-tion
bills at the next session of con-
gress. Restriction of immigration.
Further restriction of convict la-
bor. legislation to relieve civil service
employes from the executive orders
prohibiting them lo petition congress.
1'niform laws for protection of life
and health in factory buildings.
A department of labor In the fed-
Employers' liability and workmen's
oompei.aaiion acts throughout the
A few years ago some of these pol-
It is Surprising
How many people have told U3
that they have used the Peninsular
Stoves and was the best they had had.
We are the first agent for Chickasha.
Come those that are not familiar with
this line and see the good points.
Stoves from . . $12.50
Ranges from . . $35.00
Heaters from . . $ 9.50
Monkeys at . $ 4.00
k ies might have been regarded as
radical but today progressives in all
l)!iti. al parties are in favor of them.
SOME GOOD ADVICP.
"Say yon.ig mau I want to tala
with you a minute. Cet up and dut
don't wail for something to turn up;
go at It and turn it up. Put the har-
ties right on and pull no matter j
if tne beliybaud chafes a little or the (
hatnes don t fit; pull you'll soon get
i hardened to it a collar spot here and
i there don't hurt any. Ixin't try to be- j
i gin where the old man left off. If !
you do you will quit where he began j
j Get into the deal yourself; do as the
fold man did if you can't afford a I
thing don't buy It until you can. The
old gentleman di'1 that way and that
ii It he got a credit. That credit
j young fellow is worth more dollars
! that you will ever earn. No matter
about money get a credit and main-
tain :. it is the best asset anyone ev-
er had. " Pull all the time don't be
stingy but be prudent; don't get
pessimistic shut your suspicious eye.
If a neighbor goes wrong don't doubt
the integrity of the neighbor on the
other corner. Pessimism is a moun-
tain and darkens the view it Is only
its obstruction to your vision that
makej it look so. Pull and keep r.wr
faith bright In humanity. The world
is just what we make it. Opportuni- j
ty is on all sides awaiting the man
pulls steadily all the time no j
matter what his station or line of bus-
iness. Take this advice from your
uncle ihe editor." Tribune Brltt
(By E. S.)
You owe It to your best self to be
loyal to the best that Is In you.
Granted that the good die young
it does riot follow that the rest of us
ti'e a set of reprobates.
Be as careful of your employer's
time and interests as you would if
they were your own and success will j
attend your efforts. j
f. has been suggested that the wo- !
rrt;i of the land are notJust as good ;
t.-- their "hired girls as they should j
be." Examine yourselves.
We move that parents give their I
baby boys names that the child will 1
not be ashamed to subscribe to his !
check when he reaches manhood's es-1
tate ' I
One girl we know who came to i
sunny Oklahoma for the winter cut !
ail of the sleeves in her shirt waists i
off at the elbow and sold her long
We are lad to note thT the wom-
en Jurors returned a favorable verdict
for the accused editor. Xo body but
a woman could understand the situ-
ation. Human beings are a good deal like
sheep. If you don't believe it get j
A Big Line of Comfortable Roomy
A ne.v complete line of Ber.t Wood Rcckers made in Vienna
Austria. A novekv
of solid material.
1 HERE IN OKLAHOMA !
!444 4 44 -l
i The schoois of Sapulpa we-e closed j
j l..-t week on account of an epidemic j
of diphtheria. - i
I Hugo has the bravest
owner in the state He
in the state. He advertises
tlat he eats in his own restaurant.
The Carnegie Democrat has sus-
publication. The Democrat
was a good finer but Insufficient sup-
port compelled it to quit business.
Jack Taylor a negro who is said by
his relatives to have been US years
old died In El Reno last week. He '
was a slave for over a half century i
Jealousy is an awful thing. In j
speaking of the three principal cities ;
of Oklahoma Oklahoma City and j
Muskogee editors are bo Jealous they j
Insist that the name of their respec- '
tire city should follow Hugo. All '
agree Hugo is first. Hugo Husonian I
We are glad to state to the public j
that II. B. Holmes our editor will j
move back to Alex soon. He has
tented the Adair house. The paper !
w 11 be greatly improved by Mr. I
Holmes coming back and the people
will got better newspaper service.
He Is an editor and we are not. Alex
Tribune. Mr. Holmeg has been busi-
ness manager of the Chickasha Journ-
al for the past three months. He is j
a first class newspaper man and If j
the Alex folks know a good thing i
they will give the Tribune the gup- J
port it deserves. I
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
4 Complied by ths Grady Count
Abstract Company 10J
North Third Street
James Elward White and wf to J.
H. Johnson 10 20 11. $lf! 250. S'4 sw
takes pride in a successful bak-
ing. For economy's sake as well
as for purity u&e
One teaspoonful will do the
work of two of other brands
selling at the same price. Health
Club sells for a cent an ounce
an honest anti-trust price for
highest grade baking powder. Ia
10c-15c-2oc cans at good groaira.
La) ton Pure Food Company
East St. Louis I1L
and at same time b
Salid Elm Rocker at
illow Rockers at
d Oak Rockeri at ....
Fiber Rockert at
Solid Leather at
Initalion Leather at
Nurery Rockers at
Mi$ie Rocker at
Childs Rocker at
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ne n w nw i3 8 6. 11
.Mrs. Ellen White to E. J. Bynum S
21! 11 $1.00. Se w4 sw 27 & C.
J. E. anil Mrs. Ellen White to Same
8 JI. tl.00. Ne sw; Sl nw sw 26
Sam H. Hrown and wf to S. J. An-
derson 10 2S 11. ll.l'i'O. Uil 7 bli(
Cemetery deed V. O. W. to finite
Jones 8 10 II. $6.00 lot 12 blk. 6.
Emma J. McManus and hus. to W.
LeRoy Bonnell 12 19 10.JI.00. Lot 1
blk Ofi Chix.
H. H. Bone and wf to W. L. Bon-
nell 1 i ji.i20. ots 2 3 and 4 blk
B. F. Wilson and wf io R. M. Fish
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plied and see how much
we can save you.
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Iron Bed. two post regular size 4'6
inches 5 coat V. ML solid guran-
tetd not to tarnish. Price . $12.50
Spring? coil support fabric cover
Helican Spring best mads . $5 50
35 lb Cotton Felt IVUttress tufted
imperial edge best tick for . . $7.50
er 12 $"2.1
li; Coi ton wood.
.T and i'fl blk
12 2.1 i0. $l.hT".
to Chuk Kleenmii
.. int In t'-i w'i
e. w 1-2 sw 10 ." 7.
Jess Kirby and wf to B. II. and
Louise Prigmore !1 4 11. $J'i0O. K'i
nw se; Vt ne se 2" 8 5.
Xeal Foster and wf to C. M. Neu!
1! II. $1025. W BO blk 5 West
Hill Add to Chix.
J. H. Williams and wf to K. I. W.I-
liams " 2 l(i$2nnu sw ne se ne ne
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W. A. Beal gdn to E. I. Williams
10 27 11. $2720. S ac. lot ki: lot 4;
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Ellen White and Jamej E. While to
. T. Erwin 10 2:! 11. $M'. S!-i sw ne
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Coal And Feed
Alderson lump coal
McAlester lump coal
Dewar lump coal
JlcAlester nut coal
Also Hay and Feed at lowest mar
ket prices. Phone 7.'!3.
MATTHEWS LINTON GRAIN CO.
There is little danger rrom s cold or
from an attack of the grip except
when followed by pneumonia r.nd this
never happens when Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. This remedy
has won its remarkable cures of colds
and grip and can be relied upon with
implicit confidence. For sale by'sll
dl iggists. d&w.
out on the pavement In front of your I
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 266, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 14, 1911, newspaper, November 14, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731987/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.