Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1911 Page: 3 of 6
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WHERE HE GOT INSPIRATION
OUR PRICES TELL THE TALE
EVANS & SMITH PUBLISHERS
CHICKASnA DAILY EXPRESS CIIICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
George H. Evans Editor
Bryce P. Smith Manager
CUICKASHA. OKLAHOMA FEBRUARY 24. 1911
yaar delivered by carrier UXi
tlx fconthi delivered by carrier.. 2.40
Tkr months dellvrtd by atrritr 1.20
. & Komtt dellTered by crrl- .
The cold snap doesn't em to have
ki!l'd the crop of budding- candidate..
Bear in mind the date and be pre-
pared for the big clean-up day Fri-
day March :.
However there is nothing amateur
ish about the way the women in Seat-
tie play the political game.
Ami now Guthrie is trying to filch
Epwoith university away from Ok-
lahoma City. That's one way of get-
ting even with their enemy.
Vo don't see why the republican
members of the legislature w ant to i pasing judgment upon public or pri-
waste their time and eneum!x-r the Late coduct may be said to be right
record- with redisricting bill. TheyjThi!j jH cUarIy demonstrated by. the
don't know a thing about this district- . .
ing business and we won't stand for
any Of their Plundering.
A sad bio whas befallen Chicka.-ha.
Col. Roosevelt ha.i written that he
can't include this city in his next
tour. Still we nhnuldn't be too dis
consolate. Lei's cheer up and make
the bet of it. We can manage to
worry some way or other.
lis like the pendulum of a clock. It
"On the average from one to two j swings through its arc from ultra
per cent of the hog slaughtered in j conservatism to ultra radicalism
the United States are infected with a unfortunately if it paused at
parasite a fk-.-h worm" s.ays thai the C'oUien mean .time so far as rec-
Unitcd States department of s.gneui-1 rd is concerned tvould be no more
tore. Pork consumers are warned toj lo the municipality and in the nation
insist upon thorough exiling a the I ' have the- periods of great public
only safeguard against the parasite. awakening and the conscience of the
o t j people discloses only the fairer fea-
. t. .. .1 ' I . t T1 .. 1.
In a dramatic sweeh in the senate
Lorimcr swore by the nine gods I ha t
he was innocent a Iamb. If he had
been willing so take the stand whiie
the invcs"i:g aion was in pmgre.-s
this testimony would have carried1
more weight. Still the cross-exami
nation m'.ht have proven crr.barras-
sing to him.
"Modem Amcriean lawyer have
made a fitr.li of procedure and have
created a nm-s of artificial rules
which in some states presents as great
an obstacle to reaching the judgment
seat an did the common law rale of
pleading 1-efore the English judiciary
leform act-." said Attorney General
Wickershan in a.i address the other
day. Being a layman we don't pre-
tend to knew much about legal mat-
ters but Mr. Wickersham is a great
lawyer and he ought to know what
he. is talking about. How nuch long-
er arc we going to suffer this "fct-i.-h"
WHAT THE C1IIKF JUSTICE
"It is not too much to say that V'ith
the ni).vu'f exception of Justine Har
lan the new chief justice is tl
human figure on the bench. Thi ref-
erence to the veteran Kcntuck jurist
recalls a story about both of thorn"
jays Isaac F. Marooss-m in the March
".Mr. White and Mr. Harlan are
great tobaeco-chewers and they chew
steadily through the sessions of nourt.
One d.iv Mr. White forgot his plug
but he "did not discover the fact until
he had settled back comfortably to
listen to the argument in a very lm-
nortant case. A.lk of real pain
came over his face
Then he wrote a
message on a sheet of paper cubed a
page and asked him to take it to Mr.
"This performance greatly interest-
ed the lawyers. They nudged one an-
other as if to say that Mr. White had
been impressed by some telling point
in the argument ami was imparting it
to his colleague. As a matter of fact
what he had written was this:
Have forgotten my plug. Please
send me some tobacco.
"Mr. Harlan read the note took
out his tobaeno. cut off a generous
piece' and sent it back by the page.
Mr. White seemed much relieved for
a bencficient. smile over-pread his
massive countenance and once mote
he settled down to the case." t
TELEPHONE NO. 43
OF GRAINY COUNTY
the Postoffice at Chickauha
as second class mail matter.
Om wwi dellrw ky tnUr .10
On year by mall - 4.00
Bli months by mall 2.00
Three month by mail i 1.00
Bingl copy .06
THE PUBLIC CONSCIENCE.
Governor Marshall of Indiana wrote
as fellows in the National Monthly:
"The Public conscience is but a
composite photograph of the individ-
ual citizen. Its makeup is determined
by the number subjecting themselves
to the camera. Every man w'io reads
every original thinker and every one
publicly expressing a view is ar tx-
po-'u re. i
"It is said that corruption wins I
more than honesty and the Individ- j
ua! conscience when not engaged in J
i ujipiiiu-'-e wiucri in every ineaier is
accorded the hero and the hissing
j w hich follows the conduct of the vil-
jlian. It if not difficult to regulate
i other people's condtmt or to obtain
a right expresion as to their conduct
j '"All life appears to be periodic.
I There is progress and then a retro
grade movement. Yet ever there is
j an advance however slight from
year to vear. Every phase of life
I lures oi uie inuiviauai. inere is sucn
'a period now in American public life.
.The public conscience approves an
i demands right things and right men.
j This is good; this augurs well. Do
you ask men will it C;e vitalized in
: legislation and public life? My an
swer ix it depends. Sin is too muen
what the ether fellow does. "Ortho-
doxy is my doxy heterodoxy is your
doxy." Jt is easy and satisfing to
applaud the here and to hiss the vil-
iian. It is not easy to admit that you
may be the villian and he may be the
hero. Demoerany stands- for equal
and i xart justice to a!! men and spec
ial privileges to none. Of" go our j
hats to the senti.nent and we beam j
with satisfaction over the thought !
that we believe in it. But suppose
thA rt:.lli7ition of the conscience I
into law and business should lessen i
dividends decrease incomes lessen j
the value of a dollar increase the j
value of a man then is there not i
danger of a new- public conscience?
May we not be compelled to close our
theaters to loe our heroes and our ;
villian to take a new photograph
... V v.- ; rt - i n nivii o V U L" M'tt fT I
v. n. .... ....
the man who feels that he can look j
after me better than I enn loo kaftcr I
myself and the pallid face of the man
i who feels that it is perhaps better tot
be looked after by some one else than
it is to take poverty's chance?
"The trumpet call of public ccn-
science today is not to the meek and
the lowly (. but to the high and mighty.
Since the world began business and
wealth have had .no such' opportunity
for the Angel of the Lord to write
names down beside that of Ajou Ben
Ad hem as they have just now. There
I may be lessening of dividends they
may not oe aote to orive so many loen
if they listen to his conscience but
in listening to it they will behold a
miracle and that miracle will bo that
those whom they used to drive will
under the changed conditions follow
them gladly. The world must be led.
The hour has almost gone when it can
"Happy the Democrat who in the
hour of peace will sacrifice some
what of his power not. for the larger
but for the common good. Those men
can make tho ideals of the Republic
real if they will. Let them try the
yoke of Rrotherhod and if they do
not find the yoke easy and the bur-
den light it will not be hard to dis-
card it. 1 plead for this because just
now it is the Public Conscience; un-
heeded it will become the Tublic
Former District Attorney Sullivan
Telia Elcquent Story of Battle
Fought at Warren.
Former Piutrlct Attorney John J.
Sullivan Was the principal speaker at
a reunion of old soldier a few years
ago. He had all of blB wonderful com-
mand of pathoa aud eloquence In full
working order that day and a be
concluded bis oration tear glistened
In the eyes of many of the veterans
ays the Cleveland Leader. One of
the old boys In blue came up to Mr.
Sullivan pressed his band and said:
"Your description of the scenes on
the Meld of carnage during a fight
was beautiful. You must have been
In the thick of a battle some time.
Where did you have your most thrill-
"At Warren" replied Colonel Sulll-
i "At Warren? Why I never knew
there was any fighting there."
"Probably not" replied Colonel Sul-
livan "but If you had been behind
the bat for Warren the day we' beat
Toungstown 1 to 0 you would have
known you were In a fight and a
mighty warm one too" and the
colonel extended bis gnarled and
twisted fingers to prove bis assertion.
TOLD IN CONFIDENCE.
OX .KwV'ttSi Ve-.K
' 6 US
Caller The man who wrote that
poem you printed yesteiday didn't
know what he was writing about.
Editor Of furse not. Otherwise
It wouldn't have been written.
On the Move.
Cltiman We talks of "Journeymen
carpenters" and "Journeyman brick-
layers" and all that; I suppose after
a while we'll begin to speak of "Jour-
neywomen." Strbbub It wouldn't surprise me.
It certainly should be proper to speak
of "jourueyuomen cooks." They mere.
!y journey from place. to place. Cath-
olic Standard and Times.
Failed to See the Connection.
"Tommy what was the preacher's
text this morning?"
"He didn't have any regular text.
He said bis sermon would be on the
subject 'Charity Biggins at Home'
and he didn't say a word about her.
All he talked about was lovln' your
neighbor an' doln' good."
"Cne esseutlal difference in our sys-
tem and the British style la clearly !
not one of words."
"What do you mean?"
"Here we are content to be ruled
by our fellows while over there they
are growling about being governed
by their peers."
The Mean Thing!
Ashley "When I was a Justice of
the peare I was the cause of making
evtral poor fellows serve life terms
at hard labor."
Sej motir "1 didn't know Justices of
the peace had that power."
Ashley "Oh. yes; the law permits
them to marry people."
No Cause to Complain.
"Father says you really must not
R)ay r(; )ater thHn u O.cot.k after
-pshaw! Why should he care? He
owns stock In the electric light coin-
puny and probably gets
The Only Joy There Was In It.
lie Let us keep our engagement a
secret for at least six i onths.
She A secret? The only reason I
got engaged to you was that I thought
It would be nice to haVe my picture
on the society pnge.
A Decided One.
"Has your neighbor Biiuk any par-
"Not that I know of and yet he
must have one."
"Because he Is naturally crooked."
Not At All Frivolous.
"Don't you suppose he ever gets off
"No Indeed. Why he never was
known to even splash the water out
of his bath tub."
"Have you ever tumbled?"
"That the people who are howling
because they don't get Justice are
really howling because they do?"
A Sign of Prosperity.
"Is be prospering?"
"He must be. He's started to write
" f "
J. B. Burton announces that lit? Is
a candidate for the ofllee of mayor
subject to the democratic primary.
John VV. Huff announces (hat be Ih a
candidate for mayor subject to tho
democratic primary March 21.
CHIEF OF POLICE.
B. G. Lovejoy announces that he Is Q
a candidate for chief of police subject q
to the democratic primary. q
C. P. Dayton announces his candi-1 Q
dacy for chief of police subject to the q
democratic primary. q
J. Hush Anderson' announces bis ;0
candidacy for chief of police subject
to the democratic primary. ; 0
Julius Doss announces that he is a ; q
canaiuaie ior cniei oi ponce suujeei i
to the action of the democrats in the
Torn Dallon announces his candi-
dacy for chief of police subject to the
action or uie ueinucicis l"e 1"' !
W. H. Thomas announces that he is j
a candidate for chief of police subje -t i
to the democratic primary. :
I. W. Henderson announces that he I
Is a candidate for chief of police sub-1
ject to the democratic primary. j
Ceo. W. Yearta rnnounces that he i
13 a candidate for chief of police sub-
ject to tbo democratic primary.
Dave Goode announces that be is a
candidate for street commissioner sub-
ject to the democratic primary.
George W. Daniels announces that ;
he is a candidate for street cornmis-
Sloner subject to the democratic pri-1
Ben Iludgins announces that be Is a j
candidal A for street commissioner
subject to the dera.Kratic primary. j
r ; ' '
G. G. Huchanan announces that he is
a candidate fo st reet commissioner j
subject to the democratic prlmni ;cs. j
Hugh Evans announces that he is .
a candidate for street commissioner.!
subject to the democratic primary. !
C. E. Burch announces that he is a j
candidate for street commissioner sub- ;
jeet to the democratic primary.
POLICE JUDGE; i
A. P. Bond announces bis i:d!?ncv I
' for nolice ludire. snbieet. to Ihe action
of the democrats in the primary.
Henry I.. Grlgsby announces that he
is a candidate for police judge subject
to the democratic primary.
W. T. Pitchford announces that he
is a candidate for police judge sub-
ject to the democratic primary.
CITY CLERK AND AUDITOR.
Ben Burgess announces that he is a
candidate for" city clerk and auditor
subject to the democratic primary.
Joe Dews announces that he is a
candidate for city clerk subject to the
action of the democrats in the pri-
mary. Carroll McGehoe announces that be
U a candidate for city clerk and au
ditor subject to the democratic pri-
Harry Hammerly announces his can-
didacy for city attorney subject to ihe
action of the democratic prlmar.
A. I.. Herr announces that be is a
candidate for city attorney subject to
the democratic primary.
Ed Evans announces that he is at
candidate for alderman from the Third:
ward subject to the democratic pri-
mary. C. Sullivan announces his candidacy
for alderman from the Second ward
subject to tho democratic primary.
A. A. Holmes announces that he is;
a candidate for alderman in the Third j
ward subject to tho democratic pri-
mary. Bill Hale announces Hint be is a
candidate for alderman in the first
ward subject to the democratic primary.
A broad statement made but backed up o the letter-
results have shown. Best goods with absolute guarantee.
large stock of Style Rockers and Comfort Rockers-
Cmn. Zn nrl colanl vnut irr?m in A r xr Dnn't Af1 J1V
We know you havn't supplied yourself full.
Rockers from $8.50 to $25.00 in full oak. In genuine leather Turkish Rockers up to $45
LOOK TO US FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES
R. M. Evans announces that he is a
candidate for city treasurer subject
to the democratic primary.
i E. S. Dougan announces that he is (
;a candidate for city treasurer subject '
to the democratic primary.
ATTACK LIKE TIGERS. I
! ' In fighting to keep the blood pure j
i Ihe white corpuscles attack disease
i germs like tigers. But often germs ;
multiply so fast the. little fighters are
overcome. Then see pimples boils
eczema salt-rheum and sores multiply
and strength and appetite fail. This
condition demands Kloctrie Bitters to i
regulate stomach liver and Uidne.vs
and to expel poisons from the blood.
"They are the best blood imriner" j
Writes" C. T. liu'tnlm; of Tpncy C.ilif..
i have ever found." They make rich
red blood strong nerves and build hp i
your health. Try them. 50c at Brown
& Co.'a. d.tw
(First Published Feb. 22 1011.)
Notice Is hereby given that in ac' fc
(oril:ini'. wiih a. resolution adonled by !
mnyor and cjty tolVnn of he t.ity
of ChicUasha Oklahoma scaled puis
wn jp roeiveil f0l. ih( construction
of a later;.! sewer in Sewer Jiisuii t
v nf die ( it v of rim-kasha. Slate
of Oklahoma according to the plans
and specifications now on file in the
'office of the city clerk of said city.
j Approximate quantities viz.:
j gi- ft-t g in(-h V. S. pipe fur-
nisbed and laid complete including M
wyes. 1 manhole including necessary
Bids to be received and filed with
the city clerk until 2 o'clock p. m
Monday March 6 1911. and the city
council of said city will meet at the
council chamber in said city at 2: M0
p. m. of said day for the purpose of
openiug and considering said bids.
ACCUSED OF STEALING.
K. F. Chamberlain of Clinton Me.
boldly accused Bucklen's Arnica Salve
of stcaalins the sting from burns or
! sealds-the pain from sores or
kinds the distress from boils
' piles. "It robs cuts corns bruises
j sprains and Injuries of their terror" b.
I says "as a healing remedy its equal
don't exist." Only 2."c at Brown &
WANTED Girl for general house-;
work family of three. Call 16th and
Florida or Phono 833. 2-24-31
I Make Prices on Business
Principles which will suit
you. Get a coupon book
A. L. PETTYJOHN
C. O. D. Grocer
502 CUICKASHA AVE.
I 1 i
Rockers solid guaran-
teed oak upholstered gen-
uine leather big roomy
comfortable regular lazy
rocker. This is what you
need. When rest time
comes lets rest. W e carry
'V." -- A ' V. v
l TO BE HAPPY KEEP WELL
COUGHS AHD COLDS
AND ALL DISEASES CF
Tit lid AT ArlO LUnCSb Price SOc and $l.CO
rZ3 SOLO AoO GUARANTEED BY
THE BROWN DRUG COMPANY
I"J ii ' -i4.0 - .. tl "
- 1 ' -T-.-i . ..iMll.
Special attention given all
details of service.
Our purpose is to
To do this we must give value
First class meals and rooms.
MRS. J. D. SKELTON
We serve the best
of Steaks Chops
and Roasts also
REGULAR MM AT 25G.
116 So. Third St.
WE will At PSlVIATii your PAIItCNAOE
N. M. TKUUY Proprietor.
127 Chickasha Ave.
Open Day and Night
Short Orders A Specialty
I And Carriage Shop
j THIRD AND KANSAS
! Rubber Tires Set. General Work
of all Kind. Workmanship Gu-
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO HORSE SHOEING
Miss Lottie Newer Burnham
Hair Dressing- Shampoo Special
S c a 1 p Treat merit Electrical
Facial Ma;'-saire and manufactur-
ing of Ha'r Go.xK Manicurinj.:
for both la.iicH and ;..';entK'mt.-n.
Palace Dm Store
i Phone 7. 210 Chickana Ave. .
11 AS -; A
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1911, newspaper, February 24, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732326/m1/3/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.