Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1911 Page: 3 of 6
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXFRjSSS CIHCKASHA. OKLAHOMA
CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS
EVANS & SMITH PUBLISHERS
Geoegb H. Evans Editor
Bayca P. Smith Manager
TELEPHONE NO. 43
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY
Entered at the Postoffice at Chickasha
Oklahoma as second class mail matter.
CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA JANUARY 2G. 1911
7r delivered by curler M.M
tlx month delivered by carrler 2.40
Thr months deli7wred by carrier 1.20
at buwU dellrered by carrier.. .40
Om week delivered ky ewrler .10
oh year by mall 4.00
Six month i by mall 2.00
Three monthj by mall . 1.00
Single copy - .05
B. G. Lovcjoy announces that' he is
a candidate for chief of police subject
to the democratic primary.
BOOSTING THAT IS PRACTICAL.
The proposition to place high grade
cotton seed Into the hands or the farm
era of the couuty is one of The best
bits of boosting that has ever been
undertaken. It is a kind of boosting
that. W worth while because it is per-
fectly feasible and because it is dead-
sure to produce desirable results.
Town-bullders frequently fall be-
cause they tackle proportions that are
Impractical or beyond their means to
accomplish but tliere is nothing elu-
sive or uncertain about this undertak-
ing. It its a movement that is bound
to bring tangible benefits to both town
and country and there Is no chance for
failure If the plan Is carried out.
That more and better cotton will
bring more prosperity to farmers and
nierchants is a propositi in so clear
that no argument Is needed to enforce
It. In starting this early to make
Clilckasha a cotton market the busi-
ness! men of the city are avoiding the
folly of former years when this issue
was never raised until the opening of
the cotton season too late to accom-
plish anything. The planting of first
class seed and a sufficient acreage 1
the first step toward making a inarke:
and must necessarily precede all the
rest. Uy applying our wits no the
problem and keeping at It we can have
the remaining steps worked out before
the opening o next seasOD.
While our rea;l interest" may be
expected to receive the most direct
benefit from the movement every prop-
erty owner and every man who has
any Interest whatever at stake in
Chickasha will share in the business
that willreMilt from making the ciiy
a cotton nrarkef. I-ct us remember
that Chickasha :ti s 11! chiefly a retail
town nd when the merchants enjoy
8 good trade the entire town prospers.
Tf the merchants don't prosper the
landlords and all others must Booner
or later feel the effects of it.
The movement undertaken by the
Chamber of Commerce should there-
fore receive the hearty support of ev-
ery citizen. The plan calls for the
raising of and a committee Is
now taking subscriptions. They arc
working for the welfare of Chickasha
and should be cordially received by
every one. It is not pleasant work to
peddle a subscription lis-t; nobody rcl-
lidies the job; give the committee a
cheerful greeting and as generous a
donation as you can afford.
REVISED COUNSEL OF ECONOMY.
Economy Is the word of the hour.
President Taft is talking for it at
Washington. Every - governor and
mayor throughout the laud makes it a
theme of his message. And the wisest
leaders of public opinion are urging
It upon families and Individuals with-
in the range of their Influence.
It Is the universal counsel be care
ful in spending and in getting into
Such advice c'ways good Is partic-
ularly so .when the world of business
seems inclined to go a little slow
after years of extraordinary activity
and when great issues righteous but
disturbing are up for settlement.
And yef even good counsel shou'd be
taken with discretion.
( You might as well kill a man as
scare him to death you might as well
have hard times as to make everybody
think they are sure to come tomorrow
oi li.e day after. If nobody spends a
dollar everybody will suffer that's cer-
tain. So we would revise the counsel of
economy about like ibis:
Don't be afraid to tiuy land at prl?;
you consider reasonable if yau can
see your way clear to pay for it. Land
values will Increase as population in-
creases. "Every improvement In the
condition of the ear'.h goes surely and
mainly to the owners of the earth."
And tuin will be many Imprcv?me is
In .: condition of the earth.
Don't be afraid to build a home if
you reed o'.e. A home is good in all
Units iiid If prices go off a b1.. It's a
favtiable moment to ftuild.
ljn't be afraid to grow htap'cu of
'ife it you are a fnrmer or think of
becoming one; nor .o oarrv them in
moderate quantities if you are a merchant
ih'ii't be afraid to take any decent
Jrb 1'iat offers if you ore d jpenden-
on employment a:id dvn't fail to do
i be b as well as rou can. The ' 'ti-
ter jou do It the less likely jmu. io
to lose the ch.ince if business ti.uk
Dor.' specnlat now or ever In haz-
aidout ventures bevor.d your ability ".o
ls- without suffering
And keep cheerful. Oklahoma
term; is sometimes extended. The
salary of the viceroy is 250800 rupees
a year. The rupee Is now worth one
shilling and four-pence or roughly
thirty-four cents; the salary amounts
therefore to about $81000 a year; but
I should be sorry to undertake the job
and to pay my expenses out of that
The council of the viceroy consists
of six ordinal y members besides the
commander-in-chief of the army and
they are appointed by the crown and
hold oflice for live years. This coun-
cil is enlarged into a legislative coun-
cil by the addition of sixteen other
members appointed by the' viceroy un-
der certain restrictions.
Further India is divided into nine
provinces: llombay Madras Bengal
Eastern Bengal United Provinces The
Punjab Central Provinces1 North
West Frontier Provinces and Burman.
The governors of Bombay and Madras
sre the most Important officials after
the viceroy and are appointed by the
crown and each carries a salary of
$40000 a year. The governors of Bom-
bay and Madras have an-'executive
council of two members of the Indian
civil service appointed by the crown.
The lieutenant-governors of Bengal.
Eastern Bengal United Provinces The
Punjab and Tturmah are appointed by
the viceroy with the approval of the
crown; the chief commissioners of the
Central Provinces and the agent to
the governor-general who governs the
North West Frontier Provinces are
appointed by the viceroy in council.
Of these divisions I visited seven and
in each I was impressed by th; enor
mous amount of work being done by
the conscientious often I thought too
conscientious way in which it was
done and by the dignity and fearless
ness of the men w ho were doing It. If
it were not for the Interferences from
the India office and the criticism from
ignorant politicians who shamefully
play India off for votes at home it
would be the most ideally managed
as it is the most successful!;" adminis-
tered dependency In the world. From
"The Gateway to India" by Price Col-
lier in tile February Scribner
The tragic death of David Graham
Phillip is a shock to the entire nation
and causes millions of Americans to
feel a tense of personal grief. Phil-
lips was only 43 years of age but he
had already performed greater service
for file world than a thousand ordinary
men iutn out In a long life. He was
a voluminous if not always a 'pains-
taking w riter of fiction but his articles
on current topics especially political
matters perhaps bad a wider Influ-
ence than anything else that he wrote.
Phillips was the founder of the Ameri
can M igazine which under his editor
ship attained a place peculiarly Its
ow n iu the magazine world.
With a little persuasion we believe
Oklahoma City could be brought
around to supjwrting state-owned rail-
roads from every nook and'corner'of
the state to that city. As an excuse
for submitting to this indignity the
Oklahoma City newspapers could point
out the great benefits that would inure
to the rest of the state. The metroio-
11s shc-ld be willing to make the sacrifice.
' Tliere Is a certain young lawyer Just
entered into practice says the Denver
News whose heart was gladdened the
other day hy the appearance of a pros
pective client. The client desired to
bring suit aenlnst a railway company
for damages alleged to have been done
property of his on it he river front.
"Your claim apears to be a good one"
said the youthful attorney when the
client's case had been outlined to him
"and I think we can secure a verdict
without much trouble." The man
seemed pleased. "That's what 1 jtold
my wife" said he "and yet she in-
sisted that I engage a first-class law-
yer." "It is a tremendous undertaking to
see a new play accepted and pro-
duced" once said the late Clyde Fitch
to a friend. "So many are written and
so few ever see the light of day. An
English .playwright with a gift of hu-
morous exaggeration illustrated this
fact to me once. He told me how he
submitted a play to a celebrated ac-
w and how in the course of the con.
versa! ion the actor remarked "Don't
you think it is growing chilly in this
room?'' 'Yes It Is rather' the young
playwright admitted. Then the actor
rang a bell and a servant forthwith
appeared. 'James' said the actor 'this
room is rather cold. You may put
three inore manuscripts on the fire'"
Heaven or Hell.
If heaven has not begun for you al-
ready U Is idle for you to be look-
ing forward to some future day In
gome distant place when it will be-
gin. And the discontent the unrest
the envy the jealousy the bitterness
the groveling mind the perverse will
the unsocial temper If these are your
present experiences they have only
to continue and become chronic to
make a hell more dread than Milton
ever painted. Washington Gladden.
Height of Goodness.
He Is good that does good to others.
If he suffers for the good he does he
Is better still; and if he suffers from
them to whom he did good he Is ar-
rived to that height of goodness that
nothing but an increase of his suffer-
ings can add to It; if it proves his
death his virtue Is at its summit; it
Is heroism complete. Bruyere.
New Orleans has won itho first
round In the bout with San Francisco
over the Panama exposition. That the
gulf city is the "logical point" no-
' foody can ! ml it aftc-r seeing the. map
which her boosters send out. After a
careful study of this map we have
concluded that New Orleans Is nearer
all the rest of the world than any
other point on the globe.
The practical iMi'.iticiaiis will have
to admit that Gov. Wilson lit" nlaved
the game pretty well for an fimateur.
There wasn't anything "academic"
in the -way he won his light against
Smith a veteran in Jersey stale politics.
Captain Peary being cross-examined
by some congressman whose name
may have been misspelled but which
nevertheless Is not. recalled wated
that he had no data by means of which
any other man could go tj the North
That is the pole is Just as .unhandy
today as it was when it. was found.
And it wasn't found either because
it never was lost. The ikjIo has been
right there attending to business at
the stand for thousands of years and
helping on the lecture business in Its
However here Captatu Peary tells
n3 that he neglected to bla.e the trail
and now the next man who wants to
go to Ilia pule will have to discover i
all over again.
Boiling it down to a calm simmer
Peary went to the pole but doesn't
know the path.
Cook knows the path but. didn't go.
Chicago Evening Post.
SMILE OR TWO.
The class was having a drill in com-
parison of adjectives and little Clar-
ence Hastings whose family had been
through numerous bereavements was
told to go to the blackboard and parse
the word "sick."
After a moment's hesitation Clar-
ence scrawled "Sick wusss ded."
Prosecutor Cline of Cleveland tells
jL story of a murder case he once
tried in which he had a good deal of
difficulty in getting a jury chosen. He
asked of one venireman the question:
"Have jou any scruples against voting
for the infliction of the death penalty
in case willful murder is proved?" I
got tJ ask fer information" answered
the venireman cautiously. "Should I
say yes or no to that there question
If I don': want to set on this here
jury ?" Exchange.
"Louis" this will prove the end of
me yet" said the trainer to an at-
tendant as -he came from the cage
after an exhibition fight with the
"Good Ixird colonel" cried the man
"you ain't losin' your nerve be you?
You surely ain't afraid of Reno?"
"Afraid of that dog!" said the train
er disgustedly. "Afraid of my hat!
Nothing of the sortv But these cages
are the worst places for draught. 1
know I'll catch cold in one some day
that'll prove my death." Metropoli-
Satisfaction of Keeping a Dog.
. "I wonder why so many people in
sist on kwplng dogs tnat are no
good?" "Well" replied the proprie-
tor of the village hovel "I always keep
a few dogs because it's a comfort to
see 'em take their meals regular
without kickin' even If they didn't
pay any board."
A Thirsty Thief.
: There was a thirsty thief on Broad-
way the other night He stole 45
cases of champagne and took along
the wagon and horses also. He is be-
lieved to have concealed them about
his person made a rope of his bed-
clothes and escaped through the sub-
way. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Canadian county farmers held a
meeting and decided to guard against
drouth by diversifying their crops this
year. They will plant more cotton
than they have for several years.
Let us prepare to celebrate Arbor
day on a grand scale this year. We
should plan to plant several thousand
It is a noticeable fact that most
of thsc wrestlers are champions of
one sort or another.
HOW INDIA IS GOVERNED.
The executive authority in India
itself is vested in the governor-general
in council. The governor-general
or as he is more generally called the
viceroy is appointed by the crown
and holds office for five years this
How He Msde His Money.
A rich old man was asked how he
made his money. 'Simplest thing In
the world' he said. 'I always did the
reverse of what everybody else was
doing. If ever-body bought I sold
prices were high. If everybody sold
I bought prices were low."
' "You want more money? Why my
boy I worked three years for $11 a
month right in this establishment
and now I'm owner of it." "Well you
see what happened to your boss. No
man who treats his help that way can
hang on to his business."
Romeo and Juliet.
i "Wherefore art thou RomeoT
walled the actress in the balcony
scene. "In this present demand for
Met plays If thou wert a porch cllmb-
r and I were a second-story worker
.here might be some money In the box
I Buy Now-Pay Later
U lylnlil W Jj
Y Furniture and Undertaker J
ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLES.
To many winter Is a season of trou-
ble. The frost-bitten toes and fingers
chapped hands and lips chillblains
cold sores red and rough skins prove
this. But such troubles fly before
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial con
vinces. Greatest healer of burns boils
piles cuts sores bruises eczema and
sprains. Only 25c at Brown & Co.'s.i
(First published Jan. 13 1911.)
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
State of Oklahoma Grady county.
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suant of an order of sale issued out
of the district court of Grady county
Oklahoma on the 16th day of Decem-
ber 1910 in an action wherein L.
Brau was plaintiff and W. Bach was
defendant directed to me the under
signed sheriff of Grady county corn-.
manding me to levy upon and sell the
following described property: ;
Lot No. 16 in block No. 2 in the
town of Pocasset Grady county Okla-
homa to satisfy a judgment and de-
cree of foreclosure in lavor of said
plaintiff and against said defendant ob-
tained and made In said court on the
7th day of June 1910 for the sum of
$789.58 and costs $13.95 with In-
terest thereon at 10 per cent per an-
num from the 17th day of June 1910
and cost accruing.
I will on the 15th day of February
1911 at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
on the said date at the front door of
the court house in the city of Chicka-
sha in said county and state ofer
for sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash the said property above de-
scribed or so much thereof as will
satisfy said judgment with interest
Witness my hand this the 12th day
of January 1911.
JOHN C. LEWIS
Sheriff of Grady County Oklahoma.
Bond & Melton Attorneys for Plain-
j We Didn't.
: "P. S." writes a contributor to thlt?
Jepartment from the penitentiary at
Deer Lodge Mont.: "If you can't use
Ihese Chestnuts don't send any re-
irets; I have plenty of my own."
' "Did you discover the north pole?"
"Not exactly" replied the explorer.
"But I found a place thit was guffl-
elently cold and lonely to be Its trac-
PARSON'? POEM A GEM.
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Hair From China.
; It Is reported in the Sheng Hul Pao
1 Hongkong native paper hat the nn-
Bual export of human hair to America
from China and the far east amounts
to $8228925 In value.
I Vacuum Explained.
1 Mrs. Wiggs "John what Is nn ab-
solute vacuum?" Wiggs "An abso-
lute vacuum my dear. Is something
that exists only in your mind."
"There's no danger" said the doe-
tor. "It's only a carbuncle coming on
the back of your neck. But you must
T your eye on it."
Shoes as cheap
day of this
15 11 I HI IV W
.- UU.UEL.tl- UMJ y .
Clean Rags at the
Express Press Room
Not an Inducement.
A man occasionally wants to quit
smoking but a "No Smoking" sign
S Isn't one of the Inducements of his
j good resolution. .
About the only time a man objects
to being overrated is when he pays
Just as Good.
"Did he leave footprints on tie
sands of time?" "No; but they took
his thumb prints." Judge.
Constipation Is the cause or many
ailments and disorders that tr.ake life
miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stom.
ash -and Liver Tablets keep your
bowels regular and you w ill avoid
these diseases. For sale by all deal-
No Lazy Children.
It Is now asserted that there Is no
such thing as a lazy child. There la
always some other explanation of the
backward child generally sickness or
Governed by Foolery.
Thou little thinkest what a littl
foolery governs the world. John Sol-den
The aids to noblo life are all within.
When given as soon as the croupy
e:Kgh appears Chamberlain's Cougb.
Remedy will ward o!T an attack of
croup and prevent all danger and
cause of anxiety. Thousands of moth-
ers use It successfully. Sold by all
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