Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 189, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 9, 1910 Page: 2 of 6
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CKICKAS1IA DAILY EXIEES3 CIIICKASIIA OKLAHOMA.
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At me par k this evening t.iere
will be an entire new pro-
gram of Moving Pictures.
Music by the band. There
will be dancingr and refresh-
ments will be served on the
Admission to all 10c.
Children under 6 free.
Wishing to thank the public
for the generous patronage
at our opening.
Our line of preserves is
complete. We have a 51b
can of Monarch Preserves
that is just as fine as can be
put up at home and much
cheaper. We have this line
in Strawberry Plum and
Try our Eeechnut Feanut
Butter in your next order.
It is fine for a sandwich.
If your appetite fails you
just call up Tignor he has
something that will tempt
the most fastidious.
120 South Third Street
Phone 83 or 84 E
ihii 'nan s it seasaur.yo
cause he got his Poultry from
Neal & Buckey.
Of course we are not going to
say tnat he could not have
bought good poultry some place
else but we do say that he can
ALWAYS get it from us.
EVEN A WOMAN
can hit the nail on the head once
in awhile but it takes care and
experience to do it all the time.
We buy only the best CHICK-
ENS AND WE KNOW
what is bes tbecause of our long
experience in the business.
Neal & Buckey
Phone 140. '
b: had if
baked. it'r va?.y U
you kcop .vour vyi6
una out vvtiore i ni y
Investi&at.on will lead ritrht
up to the ft Hi-; door of this
bakery. Jt';; here "those who
know" leac bread orders.
No .pour heavy stuff ever
eaves t hi.; bakery.
T r 1 itrht. wholesome
bread come here every time.
Where Lowney's are for s ale
e .. 1 -. . .. . .
Don't Be Alarmed!
Don't think that- because
our prices are so low that
. the quality is the same A
trial order will convince you
that our meats are of the
finest quality. ......
In our ability to buy right
lies our capacity to sell right.
We cut to suit the . small
buyer as well as the big one.
Russell's City Market
Phone 1 83 ' . 425 Kansas Ave.
Rock Island Earlier Shop
J .IS. liolloway Prop
YOU WILL BE PLEASES
113 South 3rd St.
In buying a cough medicine don't be
1 J raid to get Chaivlierlain's Cough Rein-
ed y. There is no danger from it and
relief is Btire to follow. Especially
recomniendej for coughs colds and
whooping cough. Sold by all dealers.
(First published July 14 1910.)
Si ate of Oklahoma county of Grady
Notice is hereby given that by vir-
tue of an execution and order of sale
to me directed and now in my hands
Issued out of the clerk's office Of the
district court in and for Grady county
state of Oklahoma upon a judgment In
foreclosure upon the property herein-
after described in favor of Daugherty
Brothers plaintiff and against T. C.
Dixon defendant in the sum of sixty
and 55.100 dollars ($60.55) wHhinterest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per
annum frc-u the 10th day of June
1910 and costs I shall on Tuesday the
ICth day of August A. D. 1910 at the
hour of one o'clock p. m. at -the front
dor of the court house of paid county
of Grady in the city of Cbiekasha in
said county and state proceed to sell :
tiie right title and interest of the
alove named defendant In aid to the j
following described property to-wit;
Cot number 1 In block number three
In the town of Tuttle Oklahoma situ
atd in Grady county Oklahoma to
satisfy said "judgment -and costs to-
gether with all accruing costs of salo
to the highest bidder for cash. .'
'Dated at Cliiekasha Okla. this 13th
di!J' of July A. D. 1010.
M. E. LOUTHAN
Sheriff Grady County Oklahoma.
G. W. YKARTA ruder Sheriff.
. E. Kiddle Attorney far Plaintiff.
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LIFE ON PANAMA CANAL
H.is bad oiio frightful drawback mala-
ri:i troubli -that has brought suffer-
ing and death to thousand. The germs
ci'uso chills fi-ver and ague- foi'ious-
iH s jaundice lassitude weakness and
EMieral del.illiy. Hi.t Electric Kilters
never fail to destroy them and cure
malaria -i rouble. "Three bottles com-
pletely cured ii.e of a very severe at-
tack of malaria" writes We A. Fret-
well f l.iicama K. C. "and I've bad
Kod health' ever since." Cure stom-
ach liver and kidney troubles and
prevent typhoid. 50c. Guaranteed by
Drown & Co d&wj
Something tl Interest
to All -mankind
'THE selling of Dis-
tilled Water has
grown to large pro-
portions in towns
and cities through-
out the country re-
gardless of the qual-
ity of other supplies
through t H e city
mains. This is great-
ly due to the efforts
.of physicians who
great solvent prop-
erties of Distill-
ed Water" and its
consequent value in
absorbing and elim-
inating the impuri-
ties of the human
system are recom-
mending it to their
patients in prefer-
ence to city water
or bottled spring or
well water; but its
use is not limited to
those in care of phy-
sicians it is the wa-'
ter of waters for all
-ter always has
and always will win
trade in the face of
well or spring water.
Such water is heavy
with minerals. Dis-
tilled water is abso-
lutely free from min-
erals as well as ani-
mal and vegetable
matter in suspension
'THE new born
. babe is brought
to U3 in a soft gela-
with age due to the
clogging of arteries
and veins with min-
erals such as lime
etc. These miner-
als are related to uric
acid; hence rheu-
matism and kindred
diseases of man.
W j 1 1 dissolve
these minerals and
let them pass from
the system and it
has been stated by
journals that the
use of Distilled Wa-
ter from the 30th
year would prolong
life from ten to
is so soft so ab-
lutely pure and
as all water we sell
is pumped from a
90-foot cased well
and produced under
our - own personal
supervision; is .so
palatable and satis-
factory for drinking
that once you. begin
to use it you will
have nothing else.
1-2 dozen 1 gallon
bottles in crate 90c
$10 coupon book of
20 5-gallon bottles
for ....... $850
bottle ..... 50c
If you want to be
loyal to Chickasha
and benefactory to
yourself get your
. coolers filled with
that pure distilled
put up by
422 1-2 Chickasha Ave.
Postscript We are
prarared to ship; all
filled cah with or-
'mPD'AnATlONC CI AW
Hi UiulUUWiJ jlAltv
ABOUT ..PAYING TAX
Guthrie? Okla Aug. 9. Seven .thou-
sand live corporation. domestic or
foreign dning business in the state of
Ok'ahcma are liable to (lie penalty
of forfeiture of charter and fine of
$100 per day as a result of their fail-
ure to pay the special corporation li-
cense tax that became due and de-
linquent August 1. Only about 500
corporations have paid this tax and
the coriKiration commission charged
with enforcing the law estimate that
there are 7500 live corporations en-
gaged in the state.
Owing to the fact that the tax la a
new thing being one of Governor Has-
kell's revenue projects passed by the
March legislature the corporation
commission has allowed sixty days of
grace to the delinquent corporations.
Domestic corporations are taxed 50
cents on each thousand of capitaliza-
tion and foreign one dollar on each
thousand engaged in Oklahoma busi-
The Prairie Oil and Gas company
.The following resolutions concerning
Jtev A. J. Holt retiring pastor of the
Baptist church here were prepared by
a committee consist lug of H. B. Aber-
nathy W. A. Cooper and Mrs. It. E.
Davenport and were unanimously ad-
opted: Whereas Our beloved pastor A. J
Holt who has served us so acceptably
since September 1909 has decided
that duty calls him into another Held
as editor of the Baptist Oklahoman at
Oklahoma ihly. and
Whereas He has tendered his resig-
nation as pastor of t!se First Baptist
church of Chickasha to accept tha1;
responsible position and at his ear-
nest solicitation the church lias with
reluctance accepted his resignation ue
inat tins cnurcn express
her great appreciation of him and of
his faithful services as nastor and- ot
his untiring effort to upbuild every In-
terest of the church during his pastor-
ate of ten months the extent of
whic.h work is s!iow by the following
statistics: ; ' '
Sermons -preached 102; other relig-
ious addresses inade 93; pastoral vis-
Its 1000; i Sunday school lessons
taught 24; prayer meetings conducted
21; funerals 21; members received by
letter 72; by baptism 11; restored to
cliur.jli roll C7; making a total i H
gain in membership of 107 two. hav-
ing died and D3 being dismissed hy let-
ter lie has systematized the work of
the church having the Ladies' Aid tlu-
B. V. P. U. Sunday school Sunbeam
band as well as the church proper to
make monthly reports of the woi It
done for the month; he was active in
the different departments of Die
M. DAWSON AN APPRE-
CIATION. ... .
i ' ..
When the newspaper from Al-
j bla Iowa brought to Chickasha
the new of .Major Dawson's
death Ji- carried the thoughts -of
many cf the pioneers bacK to the
days when the major and his
good wife were among our fore-
. There was only one newspaper
here then (18:13) only one print-
ing office. The Express ap-
peared once & week ami every-
one looked for It.
editor and . we
was the society tion when and where
owed many a pKfti mav content said
"write-up" of church and social U
anairs to her facile pen. . She
was later an active member of
the first women's club -(Sorosis)
and was prominent la all the af-
fairs of our liule city.
. The major wielded a trenchant
pen was a master o; choice Eng-
lish and kept Chickasha to the
front lie was a kindly humane
man fond of children and dogs
as all manly men are and his ed-
itorials always stood for what
was best. . lie has been called-
from his earthly office to one
uiif-f-en and the .influences of his
works though unseen do follow
him. . ..
.Mf.? EUGENE HAMILTON
First President ' Soroy is.
and Gulf I'ipe Line company have
both paid a tax of $500; the Halo Hall-
sell Grocery company of McAlester
$100 and United States Gypsum com-
pany of Chicago $:i0!t; Haywood Oil
company of Beaumont Tex. Ok-
lahoma Portland Cement company
Ada $300; Packing House Develop
ment company Oklahoma 'City $200;
Midland Land company $150! Avery
Plow company $100; Oklahoma Farm
Mortgage company Oklahoma City
$100. Other large concerns are com-
ing in fast. The. tax Is paid to the
state treasury and State Treasurer
Menefee stated that the checks were
beginning to come in at the rate ot 50
As the checks average from $3 for
small to $500 for a few large con
cerns there Is every Indication .that
the state will derive at least halt a
million dollars from this source alone
and possibly three-quarters of a mil
lion. Railroads corporations paying
the gross production tax electric
light companies etc. are exempt.
church encouarging litem and always
helpful to the deacons with wise sug
Resolved Second that in losing
Brother Holt as our pastor we lose one
of the strongest wen in the Baptist
denomination a scholarly man a life
long; student a man of wide experience
f.nd observation from long service and
extensive travel while occupying re-
sponsible positions and that while we
feel deeply the personal loss which the
church sustains in giving up Brother
Holt as pastor we feel that the state
as a whole will gain by the change he
being admirably qualified for the work
of conducting a religious and denomi-
national paper in which he may each
week instead of preaching to one con-
gregation instruct thousands all over
Resolved Third that the church
sustains a gvuat ls iu having Sister
Holt taken away f r .n us she having
done great and vlur.blc service in her
work with the children and young peo-
ple having organized the young peo-
ple into a sunbeam band and having
established the kindergarten and pri-
mary deaprtments of the Sunday
school thereby greatly increasing the
interest and attendancf in that depart
ment of the Sunday school.
Resolved Thut the church com-
mend Brother and Sister Holt to the
gaod people- of Oklahoma City who
will be enriched hy having them and
their influence in their midst; that
these resolutions be priuled In the
L'liid.atiia Daily Express and Morning
Journal and the Baptist Oklahoman.
H. B. ABERNETHY
MRS. R. E. DAVENPORT
W. A. COOPER.
. Oklahoma City Aug. 0. Two new
typhoid cases were rejiortcd to the
board of health Monday one at 2111
West Third street and another at 728
. Jiu at trie notir
m. of said day that
he regular July term
county court has
the time for hear-
ound of lncompeteney
;r may assert his own
Ministration and pray
uf d to hlinaelf.
. Williams judge of
of the county ot Gra-
of the eourt affixed
gust A. D 1910.
. M. WILLIAMS.
I regard rt
is Tliai ofa "i.i-sro thuiC 1h U
believed to have been uf( lirif? from
typhoid l.-s lining Investlfiated. No i
phyI:i;in were notified. The child j
difd at Z o'clock .Monday morning and
th dcatl. wan not rejtorteel until late
CHICKASHA MERCHANTS MEET
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ii II III! Si
f i r r if i r 'i
NO W GOING ON
AT FULL BLAST
A multitude of people getting
their share of the bargains why
not you as long as they last?
Plenty of courteous clerks
to wait on you. The Chicago
Salvage Co. intends to have
live bargains at all times.
Oscar G. Weil Manager for the
I 310 CHICKASHA AVENUE
X - '
Cliickaslia Elling Company
The Beautiful Five Act
'Under th e Laurels"
A Play of Sterling Quality Startling ..
Events and Thrilling Scenes ot
Modern Times. !
FULL OF FUN WIT AND .(in
DON'T MISS IT.
Wednesday Night Aug. 10th
Under the Auspices of the
Chickasha Dramatic Club
Specialties by the Chickasha Dramatic Club .
ADMISSION Adults 25c; Children 15c.
f fi n n
If you want the fVst bak-
ing results. It hag stood
the test of many an oven
and the bread rolls pies
cakes etc. made from it
came out "bright and smil-
ing" when even a fair baker
used it. Paste that name
(or this ad) in your pantry
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