Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 281, Ed. 1 Friday, November 25, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKASIIA DAILY EXPRESS CniCKASHA OKLAHOMA.
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS
EVANS & SMITH PUBLISHERS
George H. Evans Editor j
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CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA NOVEMBER 23 1910
( year delivered by carrier 14 .80
tlx months delivered by carrier 2.40
Three months dellrered by carrier 1.20
ae moath delivered by carrier .40
THE FIRST THANKSGIVING.
The first Thanksgiving in New
JCiifcland Is described in a letter
written to a "loving and old
friend" and dated at "Plymouth
it he inn of November lfi-'l."
This "loving and old friend" Is
fr supposed to have been a certain
Ceorgo Morton who had married
a sister of Governor Bradford
and who came over to Plymouth
in July 162.'.. The letter is sign-
ed E. and these are taken to
be the initials' of Edward Wins-
low. Ot the 102 emigrants who
landed on the eleventh (old style)
of December 1C20 on (the bleak
coast of Cape Cod almost one-
half had died and nearly all of
the remainder had suffered soil-
ously from destitution and the
rigors of the winter for which
tliey were ill prepared. The re-
ward however of the industry
of the few w ho were no: disabled
was so abundant as to call forth
the thankfulness of this very re-
ligious colony. The letter alluded
'to says: "You shall understand
that ill this little lime that a few
of us have been here we have
built seven dwelling houses and
four for the use of the plantation
and have made preparations for
seven others. We net the last
spring some twenty acres of bar-
ley and peas and according to
the manner Of the Indian; we
manured our ground with her-
rings or rather hhads which we
have in great abundance and take fr
with great ease at our doors.
Our corn did prove ' well and
God be praited we had a good in-
crease of Indian corn and our
barley indifferent good bub our
peas are not worth the gather-
It's a better world anyway Cor the
The day of the federal pie cutter in
Oklahoma is fast fading.
The fact that it's all over will at
leant bring relief to surviving tur-
And the poor were remembered
rven as In the days of Him who walk-
ed the shores of Gaililee.
If the cost of living were reduced
Mi per cent it would still be more (than
It is worth to live like some folks do.
It. is rather unkind of our English
cousins of Tory persuasion to resent
llio intrusion of American dollars into
their electoral controversy.
"Five thousand dollars for Thanks-
giving dinners:" exclaimed the R. I.
l-rakey meditatively. "Just think what
ii'd-a-ljought if the bootleggers'd been
pi veil a little liberty."
Now's the time to begin thinking
about Chris"! mas presents. Do your
Christmas slliopping early and avoid
the worry of failure to find what you
want in the last final rush.
Welcome home Champions! The
clean straight record maintained on
the. football grMiron this season has
indeed been an honor to Chickaslia
and (the Chlckaaha High school.
Chickasha may'jiever 1? the. capital
of Oklahoma but ' it's going to give
any of them a' run '"r "heir money
within a few years- when they begin
claiming commercial and- Industrial
Who said Oklahoma was slow ? Two
football invasions were made yester-
day Into the I-one Star st.af'--on- for
High school championship honors and
one collegiate both Oklahoma teams
Yesi erdy'n dinner was expensive
bat then there's cold sliced turkey
wanned over turkey cold turkey
again turkey hash and turkey soup
wlii.'h honld kill all grocery bills at
-TELEPHONE NO. 43
OF GRADY COUNTY
as second class mail matter.
One week delivered fcy fcarrler .10
Ore year by icatl 4.00
Six months by mall 2.00
Threa months by mall ... 1.00
Single eo;?j .. .. 0D
THAT HELENA DISPATCH.
One of the most startling news dis-
patches that has been read by the pub-
ic in recent yeats came out of Hel-
ena Mi's'in:. Monday .announcing that
Thomas 11. Garter defeated for re-
election :to the senate had been ten-
dered an appointment .as a member of
the supreme court of the Vnited States
to fill the vacancy caused by the re-
tirement of Associate Justice Moody
says the Daily Okhthoman.
Such an appointment is as unthink-
able in the public mind as would he
the association of-the names of J.
Pierpont Morgan or John J). Rockefel-
ler with such an appointment.
Because of what he is the people of
the state of Montana vo;ted for the re-
tirement of Senator Garter. They
knew him 1o be of and for the preda.
tory Interests. They knew that the re-
tention of such men in it he United
States senate would mean a continua-
tion of condition in this country
againwt which In the recent elections
the people have bitterly protested.
Should President Tart seriously en-
tertain .the notion of making this ap-
pointment the suspicion of decliuig
mentality would be a compliment.
LESLIE IS UP IN THE AIR.
Either Putnam is catterwauling or
the supreme cour: touched G. N. on
the Jaw. Personally socially or jjolitl-
cally we are unable to solve 'the per-
plexing problem; the governor's con-
versations with us haven't gone be-
yond crops and caviar since June 11.
Look out for the tyro chasers.
If we could get. a census of all the
mental c-oinmetits prompted by the
news that the government had rounded
up a bunch of get-rich-ouick swindlers
in New York we should probably Tnd
(lie commonest of them to be the obser-
vation tbati the government ought to
project Its energies Into higher quar-
The State Capital prints the photo-
graph of Homy CalHit. Iodge of Mas-
sachusetts as that of Governor 'Camp-
bell of Tf-xas in u article relating the
fact that the Done Star executive had
called out .the rangers to guard
against an invasion of Mexican Insur-
gents. The mistake is probably ex-
cusable on the grounds that 'the Guth-
rie editor could not tell the difference
in looks but ween a cowboy governor
who Is mixing with Mexicans and a
stanopat Hay stale senator who is
now in the midst of a .struggle with
republican insurgen's and a militant
democratic governor of his home baili-
"feast and your friends are many;
Starve and they cut you dead.
They'll .i.o get mad it' you treat them
As long as their stomachs are fed."
1.4 C J that
so difficult to
obtain in any
is a pure greaseless toilet
cream ; fragrant pleasant
If you have a red blotch-
ed pimply coarse skin
apply a genciuus tuduug w
of it to-night and notice M
the effect to-morrow
Crt it lit any A. D. S
Look for tne Biii.
THESE ARE THE LOCAL
A. D. S. DRUGGISTS.
Owl Drug Store.
Palate Drug Store.
Brown t Co.
West Side Drug Store
SB C0 QIF'OILjI-i
Rough Fun That Help Would B
EEREDITARY.BLCCD POI50N i Art M"er Bne odd
Scrofula is a disease manifested I .
usually by a swelling and ulceration The most curious of U;e many prao-
of the glands Sj)ecially about the! thai Jokes perpetrated by the art
neck. It is almost entirely hereditary htudents In th ltiu Quarter is a
in its origin being the dress or re-
mains of some specific blood poison.
Where the blood is greatly weakened
with the scrofulous po;son the disease
attacks other portions of' the system
besides the glands and then we see its
effects in weak eyes poorly developed
bodies running- sores and ulcers skin
diseases especially on the scalp ca-
tarrhal troubles etc. Scrofula usually
makes its appearance in childhood
though manhood or womanhood may
be reached before the poison pro-
gresses to the stage of outward mani-
festation. S. S. S. is the one real cure
for Scrofula. It is a blood purifier
without an equal and it cures this
destructive blood poison by removing
every trace of the infection from the
circulation. S. S. SM in addition to
blood assists the
stomach and di-
in the creation of
new blood cor
puscles and other
ter for the circu
lation. S. S. S. increases the resistive
powers of the system and by strength-
ening and building up the vitality
allows nature to make a perfect and
'asting cure. Book describing the
tlisea.se and any medical advice sent
tree to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta Ga
ISLE OF SPICE' .
' HAS GOOD CAST
Concerned with the presentation of
"The Isle of Spice" which comes to
Chickasha Tuesday evening Nov. 29
is a goodly cast headed by Bobbie
Woolsey a recent candidate for stel-
lar hoiiors us a musical comedian He
is not of the fashionable set in that
tie Is legitimate in method. His honor
is not of the broad 'blatant variety
but rather a selfrespeeUng Insinuat-
ing suggestive means of making peo-
ple think while they laugh. Mr. Wool-
ey Is ably seconded by Bernard Riggs
as Micky O'Grady somewhat fussy but
more extravagant and therefore inter
esting. Stanley Felch is Bompopka"
i sixty-seventh king of Nicobar to the
ife and Chas. Vaughn as Lieut.
Ivntehall of of U. S. Roosevelt is en-
tirely adequate. ''Teresa" the ro-
mantic young ward of the king falls
to Margaret Felch whose ingenious
sweetness and dainty Impersonations
arc a delight to eye and ear. Helena
MeGowin plays the part of "Kamorta"
t near (jticen with quite sufficient
aplomb. Marshal Packey Wni. Bur-
?ess and others complete the cast.
But the feature of "The Isle or Spice"
with the sane comedy of Mr. Woolsey
and the surprising chorus is the mu-
At. the rise of the curtain there is
a soft and dainty blending of color
music that is ravishingly sweet and a
vision of young and beautiful feminity
grouped about the stage in picturesque
attitudes. Then the comedians come
on and mak' you Iati!i with their fun
ny sayings tid doings. Then there
will bo a dancing number rendered
with a sprightliness that makes the
pulse insensibly quicken. Then fol-
lows more girls and then the very air
seems full of a swirling gyrating
chaos of color in silks. It's the "Isle
of Spice" with its popular songs of the
whistling kind its cast of principals
with a world-wide reputation its large
and efficient chorus and its beautiful
electric and scenic effects. It's B. C.
Whitney's production and It comes to
the Star theater Tuesday evening No-
Absolutely a Guaranteed
Manager Hovey of the 'New Star
theater authorizes the statement that
the "Isle of Spice" which appears here
Tuesday evening Nov. 29 is a slricuy
high (dass guaranteed show' in every
particular. That means that If yo- are
not fully satisfied go at once to the box
office and your money will be cheerfully
refunded. The company carries twenty
eight people their own f:enery and
play in only .large cities. They go di-
rect from here to the Overholser in
Oklahoma City. It will be a show well
worth seeing. If U isn't ask for your
money back. Prices 7.1c $l.0u and
fl."0. Reserved Keats at Ilrownson's.
Colorado Scenery watey colors (gen-
uine Croft) calendars or art panels
mount 4-IMxll :ie; three for $ I pre-
paid. Other sizes; list for - stamp.
That exquisite creation "Colorado
.Madonna" water colors. 7x9 75c;
Sy.1!) $1. Money back if dinatlnd.
Ag.nit wanted. II. K Gardner Jfe Co:
711 K. t'la'te Colorado Springs Col.
IN COLOR DUEL
kind of Initiatory ordeal wihch the
two newest newcomers of a class are
couietimes compelled to undergo by
their fellow students of the Beaux
Arts. It Is a painter's duel in which
neither combatant no matter how
email his expeiience nor how g;eat
his nervousness need fear for a fatal
The reluctant duelists are provided
with tall stools and seated opposite
each other at arm's length. They
wear old clothes and in the hand of
each is placed a large paint brush
charged witb color the one dipped in
Prussian blue the strongest and most
vivid of azure tints and the other
In carmine lake which is a fine rich
crimson. The word Is given and the
two men begin to daub. Being usu-
ally strangers to one another and
without the least cause of quarrel
they commonly show at first a great
deal of caution and consideration not
to say timidity and do not make
much effort to innict ronspicuout
streaks or to touch each other's face.
Soon however one or the other
gets a smear which he does not like
and attempts to retaliate upon his
opponent. Then tr.. contest wt.xe
warm. The spectators hasten to
take sides acd urge on their favor-
itea with shouts cheers and encoimf
!ng cries. The tall ("tools totter the
wet brushes spatter the antagonists
daub more and more fiercely' and furi-
ously until frequently men stools and
all go down together in a struggling
red and blue heap upon the floor. The
duelists are then assisted to their feet
shake hands laugh at each other's ap-
pearance and adjourn to the lavatory
where they good-naturedly help each
other to remove the traces of the
conflict. The knight of the red brush
Is found to have smeared his adver-
sary until he might pass for a hero
of the goriest field of history while
the victim of the blue brush if only
blue blood were a fact Instead of -a
figure might pose for a survivor of
un equally desperate light.
It speaks Well for the temper and
good-comradeship of the students that
so rough a kind of fun ends whero
it begins in the mock duel and never
It Is eaid leads to resentment or ill
Woman the First Slave.
A special piquancy is lent to the
spectacle of the lady as mistress of
slaves by a knowledge of her history
a review of which might be fitly en-
titled "Up from Slavery." Herr Bebel
In his striking way declares that
woman was thst first slave "she was a
slave before slave existed." The grad-
ual idleness began to make a lady of
her. When she was given control over
other slaves and when she was con-
sidered her master's wife in some
special sense which differentiated her
from the other wsrrnen who bore hlra
children the process was complete.
Her idleness consied in release from
useful manual labor and was an evi-
dence of her husKind's wealth. As
such it was valuable to him and she
preserved at his command. Not only
was she excused from labor she was
forbidden it. The Chinese a logical
and direct people .cripple the little
girls of the gentle class so that they
may bear the outward visible sign of
Incapacity to labor. The hampering
dress of the European lady has the
same purpose. Emily James Putnam
An American concert' manager tells
of an English singer whose voice of
great sweetness of .tone and wonder-
ful compass was yet so powerful that
no orchestra could drown its tones.
On the occasions when this singer's
husband acted as her musical man-
ager he appeared especially anxious
to impress the audience with this
fact of the great power of her voice
I and more than once displayed his de
sire in an amusing way. At one time
the lady was rehearsing for a concert
to be given in a large hall and in
one of her songs she was to be ac-
companied by a trombone obllgato.
The trombonist blew with all his
might but his best efforts met with a
call "Louder! Louder!" from the
Finally the musician laid down his
Instrument and surveying the hus-
band with Indignation on his purple
face gasped: "Iyiuder und louder is
very easy t B8y7 but vere is der
Why Cigars Become Unrolled.
It is common to hear men complain
of poorly made cigars but It Is not al-
ways because a cigar is indifferently
or badly made that the wrapper curls
up and coils off. Much oftener this
comes from ti e cigar having been
rolled by a maker's left hand and later
smoked from the hand of a right-hand-?d
All olgartnakers must use both
bands equally well and economy both
!n time and material la the prevailing
rule In tobacco factories. When a
piece of tobacco Is out for the wrapper
It Is cut on the'biaa and rolled from
left to right on the filler and at the
tame time and by the other hand the
remaining pieces are used being neo-
Bssarlly rolled In the opposite way.
For this reason the man who holds
S cigar In bis right hand which sUa
gives a few twUts during the cour ol
t smoke rubs the wrapper the wrong
way and eaxlly enough it becotttes
CARPETS RUGS FURNITURE
vj . UtI
A comfortable home- -a pleasurable home--is what you want.
Let us help you. Our plan will help you mightly. See SCHOW
todaytomorrow may be too late. First come first rarved
E3UV NOW PAY LATER
Hall and stair to match in yelveti width 27 inches
Oriental; price per yard ... .
Room Carpet Best axminster floral or oriental
heavy weight 27 inches wide price
Ingrain All wool 36 inches wide.
Good patterns; per yard ... ...
ALL CARPETS SEWED AND
The New State
Have a staff or skilled hands
who know how to make
BOOTS AND SHOES
We suggest to persons difficult
to fit or who have corns or bun-
ions or foot deformity that they
give us an opportunity of dem-
onstrating that we can fit them
perfectly and relieve much suf-
fering by our high grade boots
and shoes made by men "who
We Also Do First Class
Repairing of All Kinds
111 South Third Street.
The Chickasha Iron Works
We have added new and up-to-date
machinery to our plant and
are able to do any
MACHINE OR FOUNDRY WORK
We make a specialty of Sash
Weights Structural Iron Work
and Job Work.' Blacksmith Shop
in connection. See the Nix Corn
Stalk Cutter which we manufact-
ure. CONRAD BROS.
9-12 a. m 1-5 p. m.
Dr. Minnie L.- Trosper;
O.f'ice in Room 14 McFarland-i
409 Chickasha Ave.
Remember Chiropractic i3 the
Science which removes the
Cause of Disease. 10-17-lmo
209 1-2 Chickasha Ave.
Miss Lottie Newer Burnham
Hair Dressing Shampoo Special
Scalp Treatment. Electrical
Facial Massage Manicuring and
manufacturing of Ha'.r Good .
Palace Drut' Store.. .
Phone 7. 210 Chickarra Ave.
. uo ii'ia.. l i :t
. . 80c
Three Stcry Brick. Bath
REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS
LUNCJI COUNTER ALWAYS OPEN
The Midway Cafe Open Day and Night.
311 Chickasha Ave. J. S. Jones Propr.
A. L. Pettyjohn
Highest Prices Paid for your
Eggs and Butter
Phone 57. 502 Chic. Ave.
FTsa n n
I i 1 . : .1
Succeed when everyihinjj else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses thy ore the supreme
remedy as thousands h.vve testified.
FOR KIDNEY LIVHtt AND
it is the heat medicine ever sold
iver a druggist's counter.
Tor .rbKe eervlce call Wal- 4
ter Orlffln city acavn"r puone
1Z1 or call at City Hall Police
O DepirtmeiL'. -2-tf
41 1 4ktAfe0 4fc4V 4 4s
GOOD BOOSTERS DO THEIR
SHOPPING AT HOME.
Patterns of oriental and
florai all new designs all
sizes from 27x54 to 12 feet
by 15 feet all grades from
Ingrain to Wilton.
It is an easy ma ter for
us to show you all of our
patterns. Don't hes;tate f or
a moment but call and see
our prices terms and values
27x54 Axminster . . $2.25
3(5x72 Axminster . . $4.50
4 1-2x12 Axminster . $9.00
(Jx'J Axminster . . . $15.00
8.3x10.6 Axminster $22.50
i)xl2 Axminster . . $20.00
9x12 Axminster . . $22.50
9x12 Axminster . . $25.00
9x12 Axminster . . $27.50
9x12 Wilton .... $45.00
12x15 Axminster . . $45.00
MTTTING Plenty of new
from 22 2 -2c
and Sample Room. Steam Heat
; Central Blacksmith
And Carriage Shop
I THIRD AND KANSAS
I Rubber Tires Set. General Work
! of all Kind. Workmanship Gu-
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO HORSE SHOEING
MISS ULA MOORE
720 Minn. Ave. Phone 830
2:00 TO 5:30 P. M
Lessons in China Painting
Tapestry and Water Color.
Work for sale.
Buy and sell all kinds of
New and Second Hand
Stoves Repaired. Telephone 411
406 Chickasha Ave.
Painting & Decorating
9 16 1m
Bock Island Darker Shop
J. E. Hollo way Prop.
YCU WILL BE Fl EASED
113 South ud St.
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