Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 189, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 9, 1910 Page: 3 of 6
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IICXASIIA DAILF EXPRESS CIIICASIIA OKLAHOMA.
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS
George II. Evans Editor
Eryce P. Smith Manager
sr-fri ArtcTs.' entered at
CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA AUGUST 9 1910
Cm year delivered by carrier M-EO
61 months delivered by carrier 2.40
Three months delivered by carrier 1.20
Cue month delivered by carrier .40
County Judge N. M. Williams.
Sheriff John LewlH.
County Attorney John II. Yen-
County Treasurer W. T. BI1-
Register of Deeds-Geo. W.
District Clerk J. it. Callahain.
County Clerk J. J). Lindsay.
County Superintendent G. V.
County Weigher C. C. Coet-
County Surveyor IT A Cran-
County Com missioned. District
No. 1 John M. l'etin; ditUrift No.
2 Ed P. Johns; district. No. 3
Justices T. P. Moore and J.
Constable II. D. Gunnells
Another' thing Grady county
yieaehes can't be beat and here is an-
other profitable lino of Industry.
The news that Lee Truce passed the
collection plate at church Sunday
cornea under the heading "Important
Even If the crops are a little stort
we can have ihe natisrartion of know-
ing thai taxes will be lower this year
and that will help Koine.
-Kansas republicans lu. their pro-
KressivenesH are being "tointed to
with pride" by Mm nation but alas
for the G. O. P. In Oklahoma! It is
nothing inoro than a trailer to "Uncle
Diversified crop will make Oklaho-
ma farmers richer and Oie entire
state more prosperous. It ig a sub-
ject which fchould he advocated and
agitated incessantly till the desired re-
suits 'are obtained.
Many farmers in Grady county are
making good money on their water-
melons this year. Hundreds ' of car
loads of melons have already been
hipped out of the county. Grady
county farmers don't have to depend
on any one crop. Our soil will grow
anything. Wo need to diversify our
crops more in the future.
The health officers at Oklahoma Ciiy
are waginR war on Uie typhoid epi-
demic Insist ins that the city be kept
scrupulously clean. We need a clean-
up crusade lu Cult-kasha. Preventive
measures wiii pay. Nothing that tends
to protect tho health of the people
KhouM be overlooked particularly at
Oils eas6n when fever is rampant in
According to statistics collected by
the state labor commissioner it is
shown that Oklahoma made a gain of
over twenty millions in manufactures
h.il year and about a million of ill is
increase was credited to Grady coun.
ty. From a purely agricultural state
Oklahoma Is rapidly pushing forward
Into the Industrial field and why not?
We iive a population of nearly 2000-
000; we have plenty of raw material
and an abundance of power coal oil
pas and waterfalls. Tho next few
years should see many hundreds more
.factory wheels started in the state
and Chickuslia will get her share of
We have been feeling so good over
1he nomination of It. II. Wilson tor
fttato tmpprlnlendent that we have
"cleun plumb" forgotten 4o extend to
our fortunate fellow-di l.en the con-
gratulations that are duo him. We
hasten Tight now to atone for our neg-
lect and to record a hearty "hurrah
for Wilson." The Chlckasha man
made a race which surprised even his
most sanguine friends. It Is our pre-
diction that Wii-on will he a winner
in NovjLti- mm bn will fill the
ofllce witti honor to himself and to
tho state. His tK1!lt TP0Or(j a ft toafn
er and county superintendent furnish
the f.ro.m.W rr s.u a hti
TELEPHONE NO. 43
OF GRADY COUNTY
me rosiomce at umcicasna
as second class mail matter
One week delivered by carrier. .10
One year by mail 4.00
Six months by mall 2.00
Three months by mall 1.00
INTEREST CHILDREN IN CIVIC
In the following press dispatch from
an eastern town la a good suggestion
"Nutley N. J. Considerable In-
terest is being manifested by the
youth of Nutley in the prize compe-
tition organized' by the improvement
association for the best kept grounds
around homes which is confined to
children under 1(5 years old. The con.
test will close October 1 next and 00
children have entered. Several 1mm
died dollars will be given in. cash
prizes. All work must be done by the
occupant of the place."
Why should such a contest not be
started anions; the children of Chfcka-
t;ha? There are too many yards in the
city which aro being neglected. On
one of i lie principal streets a visitor
can walk four or five blocks without
seeing but one well kept yard and In
many sections of the city the parking
In front Is turned over to tho tender
mercies of the weeds 'it is such
sights as these that give a visitor a
bud Impression of a town and they
ought to be obliterated.
It Is not so much the matter of
cost or effort that makes people care-
less about the manner In which the
gromids surrounding their homes are
kept; rather it ia the lack of civic
pride and if we cultivate the proper
sentiment la the community the ugly
places will soon vanish. Thera isn't
any better place to begin thi.i educa-
tive process than among the children.
The competition started in tha K;w
Jersey town will bring results now
and In the years to come. Moreover
with the children all Interested. the
grown-ups are ure to catch the im-
provement fever and the whole town
will soon be wideawake on the sub-
ject an J it will not be long till every
yard becomes a beauty spot.
A little well directed effort in this
direction would soon bring about a
wonderful transformation in the ar-
Iiearance of Chlckasha! Who will tale
the Initiative and lead in the good
GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT NATION.
The importance the good roar's
movement Is assming is not generally
appreciated. The campaign is no
mere local or state affair. It Is nation-
wide and growing a js evidenced by
the seventeen good roads conventions
arranged for this summer In aa many
parts of the country. New England
and California Washington and Flor-
ida are Interested and progressive
citizens in all the slates between them
are presenting to the people the argu-
ments that are winning thousands to
the cause of Improved highways.
New York takes first place among
(he advocates of good roads. It no!
only has made provision for ino.OoO-
0 to be cxepended on permanent
highwnys but it has adopted the patrol
system of maintenance that has
proved so satisfactory in France.
Maryland has under construction roads
that will cost the stale $2500000. Each
of the New England states Georgia
North Carolina South Carolina Kan-
sas Colorado and many other states
have undertaken to carry out exten-
sive plan: for road improvement.
Minnesota should get Into line. St.
NOTES FROM THE LABOR WORLD.
Philadelphia street car men now
have a women's auxiliary which has
a membership of six thousand
A permanent arbitration board has
been appointed for five years to deal
with long shoremen's disputes at
Hirniinghat.i Ala. is making great
prepartions to entertain the conven-
tion of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers which meets there In Oc-
tober. The Japanese laborers on the Cali-
fornia fruit farms are organizing.
They have a union of 2.000 In one
county alone mid iixed a minimum
wage scale of i a day of nine hours.
The founder of the Window Glass
Workers' association L. Micliels died
recently. He called together the first
labor union convention in the United
States in Pittsburg sixty-four years
The Arkansas State Federation of
Labor ig active ia urging upon the
people of the state a amendment to
he constitution providing for the In
itiative and referendum. It is form-
ing club for the purpose throughout
Tho Trade Unionists of Los Angeles
Cal. have organized a union labor
party and are preparing to enter the
field of politics. It Is expected by the
leaders of the. movement to exercise
labor's power in the city and county
Protests from all parts of the state
are flouring into Jefferson City Mo
against the signing of the proposed
contract for the sale of 2100 Missouri
convicts for four years at the rate of
70 cents per day to a combination of
prison labor contractors.
The attempt to amalgamate the two
principal unions of railway work were
In Great Briton has falltJ. The Gen
eral Railway Workers' Union definite
ly refused the proposal that it should
combine with the Amalgamated Sj
clety of Railway Servants.
The American Federation of Labor
which Is organizing the sugar refinery
employees" has ' just issued1 charters
to three newly formed unions with a
total membership of 1000. The re
finery workers are endeavoring to oh
tain a minimum wage scale of 18 cents
The Associated Placksmlths of
Great Britain have made a reqtient of
the federated employers for an ad
vance In wages which means lbe reg
istration of a reduction enforced last
year. The blacksmiths are negotiat
ing for an ftmalgamtiora of other kin-
dred societies so as to have one unitsd
An agreement has been made be-
tween the United Brewery Workers'
Union of Boston and the United States
Brewers' aswxuation by which the em-
ployers will submit to the union for
consideration a plan of liability insur-
ance for the workmen. It is the first
plan of the kint between an employ-
ers' association and the union of em-
ployees. REAL ESTATE TRANSFEM
Chas. E. Leffel to Adolphur J.
Forbes g-6-10' $1 s'2 se 9-4n-8w.
Clms. M. Sparks to Adolpbu3 J.
Forbes 8-6-10 $1 s se 9-4n-8w.
Jas. J. McGaughey to B. E. Sheeley
7- 27-10 $1 north 25 feet lot 1 block
B. E. Sheeley to J. if. ;r? ay
8- 8-10 $700 same property. '
' A. W. Willis guardian to V. Bro-
naugh 6-30-10 $1505 n se ne; n!i
ne; n nw; sw ne 13; no ne se
Geo. L. Noble to the Texas company
7-8-10. $3 lots 1 2 3 and 4 block 13
Industrial add to Chlckasha.
J. D. McCall to M. E. Reese 8-8-10
$1 lot 9 block 3 Matthtws-Walford
acid to Chlckasha."'
R. F. and M. E. Reese to J. D.
McCall 8 8-10 $1 lots 7-8 block 3
Jas. C. Hedrick to B. E. Sheeley
7-9-03 $030 north 25 feet lot 1 block
C. F. Boyd- and wife to C. Schlot-
terbeck 8-0-10 $100 lot & block 2:T
E. W. Baker to T. L. Ely 7-21-10
$400. lot 5 block 20 Phillips' add to
Levi Collins to A. G. Tarknberry
7--10 $50 e nw sw sw 2l!-5-fi.
Winfield Scott Jones aiid wife to II.
D. Cloud 7-19-10 $1000 lot 6 block
16. ficott Jones' add to Chlckasha.
Same to J. L. Wells and E. E. Bur-
ton 7-11-10 '$600 lHa 1-2 block C
Scott Jones' add to Chlckasha.
B. W. Holt and wire to E. M. But-
ler 7-23-10 $3000 3' no se; sV4 se;
se se sw 13-6-6.
W. C. Matthews to W.' S. Booth
5- 3-10 $200 lots 12-13-14-15 block 1
East Side add to Chiekasha.'
Chas. M. Kirkland to Jas. A. Ladd
2-19-10 $4000 se 27-7-fi. 4
J. M. Sanders to J. G Mays S-3-10
$2000 lot. 6 block 50 Chlckasha.
Neely A. Owens guardian to R. C.
Jeter 8-1-10. $1100 nVi ne; eVi ne
n win. nw so nw 25-7n-6w.
Alia Cole and husband to Everette
E. Noble 6-22-10 1 ne n$ nw 33 6 6;
nw no sw 25; sVl ne bo 26-8-5;' eV4
sw so 17-5-T.
David Willis guardian to W. M.
Pursley 2-7-10 $1000 w no se; n'a
sw; wV-i sw ne; si sw lfi-4-G; so sw
nw 27-4 6
E. M. Hopper to Roht. F. LIndsey
6- 17-10 $ se 10 acres lot 7 6-0-6.
C. M. Hopper to drover C. Thomas.
(117-10 $720 sw so 9 5-7
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Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the suprem
remedy as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND
it Is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist s counter.
DR. W. E. NICHOLS
Physician and Surgeon
413 1-2 Chiekasha Avenue.
Special attention given to dis-
eases of children.
Phones -Office 8G8; House 617.
Reford Bond Alger Melton
Bond & Melton
Suite i 2 3 First National
C. M. FEC1EIMEB
Rooms I 2 3 Johnson
SAMUEL C. DURBIN
R. D. Wellorne J. R. McCtl)
Welborne & McCalla
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stenographer and Notary In OS
Offlc Id nw of Citiznoa National Bask
Attorney 7. at -Law
Chiekasha -:- Oklahoma
Buy and sell all kinds of
New and Second Hand
Stoves Repaired.' Telephone 411
406 Chiekasha Ave.
Tha Chiekasha Iron Works
We have added new and up-to-date
machinery to our plant and
are able to do any
MACHINE OH FOUNDRY WORK
We make'a specialty of Sash
Weights Structural Iron Work
and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop
in connection. See the Nix Corn
Stalk flutter which we manufact-
ure. CONRAD BROS.
Cleaned and Polfehed.
Pianos Tuned $2.50
C. M CORKHILL
Phone 899 1-20-lm
Central Blacksmith Shop
Corner 3rd and Kansas
All Kinds of General Repairing
and Shop Work of Any Kind
We have a Rubber Tire Shrinker.
A. L. Pettyjohn
Highest Trices Paid for
Your Eggs and Butter.
502 Chic. Ave.
Here it is Ah in a Nut bheJ
IF NOT HERE IS
No. 802 Refrigerator 30 pound ice capacity galvanized hardwood price . . $9.70
No. 303 Refrigerator 40 lb ice capacity galvanized hardwood price . . . $1 147
No. 304 Refrigerator 50 lb ice capacity galvanized hardwood price . . . $14.87
No. 042 Refrigerator 90 lb ice capacity galvanized hardwood price ... $23.38
No. 83 Refrigerator 125 lb ice capacity galvanized hardwood price . . . $23.38
No. G18 Refrigerator 100 lb ice capacity galvanized hardwood price . . . $21.25
No. 418 Refrigerator. 75 lb ice capacity porceloid hardwood price . . . . $21.00
No. G6 Regrigerator 125 lb ice capacity white enamel hardwood price . $23.38
No. 22 1-2A Refrigerator 125 lb ice capacity porcelain hardwood price . $48.88
No. 23A Refrigerator 125 lb ice capacity porcelain hardwood price . . $50.35
No. 33A Refrigerator 150 lb ice capacity all porcelain hardwood price $106.25
PAY AS YOU USE IT
Hammocks Ice Cream Freezers Lawr.
Settees Porch Swings Porch Suites
AH Go at Big Discounts.
Buy J. E. S:HOW hy
Mrtnr The House Furnisher i Af
NOW Telephone 291 18161
tj U v M
For no - ecur.'ng 'satisfactory
Concrete Con; truction Work as
long as wa are in business? Our
ex ensive experience er ables us
to euarantee you (ependaDle
work at reasonable pi ice?. Give
us aa opportunity to figure witti
you on your requirements. We
have every facul y for doint?
your work promptly nd satis-
factorily.regardless ioi how small
or now large it might be.
H. E. WESTLAKE
Oklahoma State Bank Bldg.
Chiekasha Okla. Phone 319.
Divergency hd spital
Emergency Hospital for the
C. R. I. & P. Ry. General hospi-
tal for all cases except conta-
gious diseases. Drs. Tye and
Downey Surgeons. For rates
and other information address
DR. R. P. TYE.
Phone 2G. Chiekasha Okla.
DRIVE ON RIGHT OF THE
All parties are hereby notified
that they aro required by city
ordinance to drive on the risht
side of street railway trarUs and
the law will be strictly enforced.
Julius Doss Chief of Police.
WHEN YOU OATRONIZE HOME
MERCHANTS YOU ARE BOOSTING
Have you Purchased Your
THE LOWEST PRICES
How the Central Station
Helps the Manufacturer
Right now the whole indus-
trial Southwest is in a turmoil
over coal strikes and fluctuat-
ing cost of coal and freight
A contract for reliable elec-
tric power at a steady uniform
rate makes you independent
cf these disturbances.
WE TAKE THE WORRY.
Chiekasha Light Heat & Power Co.
3 1 7 Chiekasha Ave. Phone 1 00
HERE ECONOMY S1EIGDS
We have no high rents to pay no clerical
force to support no delivery service to
maintain thus through our
Spot Cash Non-Delivery System
we are enabled to offer the highest quality
of groceries at the lowest possible price to
the consumer. A trial purchase will prove
. every claim we make.
j Vd..jku m
Temple of Economy
Cth and Illinois Ave. Two Blocks South of Frisco Depot
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 189, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 9, 1910, newspaper, August 9, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732614/m1/3/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.