Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 312, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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4. I V
is a G
:d at the Tc
The Commercial Club is launched on it's
Public spirited citizens have gone to work
with a will determined that Chickasha shall
go forward this year.
The booster spirit is in the air; it will
make things move.
There never was
for loyal service to
brighter prospects for good results.
Every citizen is expected to do his full duty.
The committee that is
the Boosters' Club will call on you. Be pre-
pared to join in the good work.
Bury personal feelings and selfish interests;
put up the hammer; quit kicking and criticiz-
ing; be a good fellow; get into the Greater
Chickasha must boom; you must be a
Either fish or cut bait.
Get out of the way if you can't do
There is a great deal of difference
The sin of omission is is sometimes
If you don't like Chickasha get
When you feel like finding fault
accomplished the past year for the
itemize what you yourself as a member have done and then look at your-
If you are a member of the Commercial club don't speak of them
as "they" having done so and so. "We" intend to push tilings. It sound?
Sentiment should not enter into selection of a (secretary for the
Commercial club. Chickasha surely wants a man big enough to fill the
place full one who can deliver the goods a man of good dress as well as
good address. We want an Eli.
L!QBE STOCK GO.
GIVES GOOD PLAYS
" The Morcy Stock company we'.l
k low . and always popular here is
!.-?.'Snj? largj crowds this week at
Wagner. The comply h recog-
tincl as an all-star one and each cf
its members received the praises of
the immense audiences of the past two
sights.' All of tie plays presented are
-oJ clear and ir.tfrcstlr.g and the
Harts are well characterized. The
jor.gi and specialties between the acts
are new and up to date and figure in
the success of the company.
The new mes.-ewjer s-erviee estab-
lished iiere by Mr. Jake Fore nf Mus-
I. 'viree premises to be a very suceess-
fai in.stituti.ia and sat
fell need in Chickasha.
fit's a long
in the new Postal
and lit-re Mr
j'iH'int' tbe fti'ilvevy of a!! mess-
aires and small pa' kagc
of ti:e eitv.
to any part
Tti.e broom corn business is flour-
ishing: this week. Wh.-nley Major &
Co. unloaded a car load from Apadie
yesterday and received an order f..ir
I've cars from Ituhilh Minn. To fill
this order Mr. Majors will take a trip
to New Mexico s me time next week.
O I s '. .
D. Sbipamn of
-pent bid nht
of Dr. and M;-s.
jSTUMBJDR 4.3. 1
Ice in tie City of Chickasha. Oklahoma as Mat-
ter cf the Second Class.
JANUARY 8 I90S
a greater opportunity
your home town or
soliciting members for
TOWN - BUILDERS.
between wind and work.
greater than the sin of commission.
out and leave a permanent vacuum.
with what the Commercial club has
city just take out your note book and
In the County Court within
and for the County of Grady
St-la of Oklahoma.
A. T. Wolf Plaintiff
P. W. Buffington Defendant.
The defendant P W. Buffinglon
is r.orcby notified that he lias been
sued in this court and that an order
of attachment haB been issued against
him tend levied on hia property on
the 31at. day of December 1007 and
that the same will be heard before
the undersigned County Judge on the
11th. day of February lf'.)8 in the
city of Chickasha and that he must
answer the petition filed by plain-
tiff on or before said date or said
" 'i will b t n as eonfes;e.l.
j't-'mtt .iV. be rendered there-
i '1 " :! rp". f ir fie mm of twr
hundre 1 on.' t .v-n'y-five dollars.
and reasonable attorneys' fee and
sustaining said attachment.
Witness my ban 1 as judge of said
c - iurt and the seal tlieic.f this :!!.
day of Dtvemler 1107-
X. M. WILLIAMS
C utility Ja
...u ..ii .'.l.i.rii piaiiitill.
A. I. llerr for nuii-n'.-.iihnt.
First fuddishttd Jan. ."rd.. l!tfl.-s.
HOW DIPHTHERIA IS CON-
TRACTED Or. 3 i ten near? the expression.
"My child caught a severe cold that
developed into diphtheria" when the
truth was that tiie cold had simply
left the .little ono particularly sus-
ceptible to the wandering diphtheria
germ. When Chamberlain's Courh
Remedy is given it quickly cures the
cold and lens the danger of diph-
theria or any o!hr rfrrn d'-crp
ir? c'.rv'.p.t Per sale by ;;'! drtf
is the number to cali
Prompt anil Efficient
THE OfL DRUB STORE
226 CHICKASHA AVE.
EKROLLMEMT ISLABGEST EVER
Continued from First Page.
Nellie Grist Pearl Bain.
2nd. Grade Mrs. Bateman teacher;
Ethel Walker Jettie Driggers Ma-
donna Wantland Gladys Coleman Do-
rothy Dickerson Reta Bayless Ar-
thur Wallace Hubert Stewart Bo-
hart Hollingsworth Walter Calvert
3rd. Grade Emma i.im teacher;
Pearl White Hallie Grimsley Bessie
Callaway Erin Jones .Madge Arm-
srtong Mack Harrison Mays Jones
Jack Cheaney and Rube Cheaney.
4th. Grade Miss Hamilton teach-
er; Joe Dickerson Ruby Langston
Gussie Tinsley Jessie Dickerson
Fred Hanna Glenn Lemon Grace Col-
by Pauline Greer Katie Merritt Os-
5th Grade Miss Feefey teacher;
Ralph Conrad Cleo Riley Harold
Sanders Reginald Strickland Clyde
Bayliss Chauneey Goetting Harry
Phillips Eugene Schultz Corinne
Wooten Margaret Reese Luci'.e Stew-
art Zeta Rosenquest.
6th. Grade Mrs. Williams teacher;
Eugenia Peery Julia Wooten Viola
8th. Grade"B" Class Flora Al-
dridge teacher; Marie 'MeMasters J.
triggers Gladys Coots Fav Smith
Valley Dalton Lynn Rose Anna Mc
Valley Dalton Lynn Rose Anna Me
Cure Pascal Powell.
8th. G.'ade. "A" Class Miss Hen-
drix teacher; Helen Dikeman Alec
Bayless Fred Decker Clenimie New-
man. South Building
2nd. Primary Mrs. Hendrix teach-
er Leslie 'Sanders Harold Chandler
Ruby Mc Daniel.
2nd. Grade Miss Oliver teacher;
Cth. Grade Mis We.sibrook teach-
er; Vera a Sanr'ers Sibyl Payne Car
rie Copland Byron Whittaber.
? Copland Byron Wh'.ttaker. '
Oil:. Grade Miss Sperry teacher;'! Oq. n rp.J n ft-
j!en KimLro Luura Westphal Gen-. UOJ 0 1 1 U ! U tk UUl
Glalys Klnihro Nel
lie Booth Margaret Pl..to Dorothy!
Stone Lillian Pelzer.
7th. Grade Wm CoineH tf-ae"ier;
Cornelia Coryell Erin Smith Irvin
Elliott Ernest Morey James Math-
ews. THE GIRL IN RED
We do not know the fellow who
r ! it but s
.U: I show
ui'-.t 1 v t V;
inu' adv- db' ai I it
f-e iple t'l
-.-.re h w t:i
air " m t t -tht-
tt-rt i'nfiiiTit whei'.u-r ti.mv
br hnH or The (iir! ia
there'iie.redi'.ve-.! t'u-ir irices of ad-!
miion to !." 25 an l ?? ci-nis. and i.i!
consequence thereof they have ha I
j their houses fiiied to overflowing;.;
; We!! it - natural. If r.-.an no Like I
..i.i . ji 11 i i t n-aii i-j lilt" un-ii-
ter for what it would co.it him alone.
he is goinjr epe.-biby if he knows
he will get a dollar's worth of fun
for a third of that sum. Monday ev-;
rnmg tne (irl in Red and oe company.
will be at the opera hou-e and the'
prices wj.i tie i.i jj.i and "o cents
Tlw. In- t tci-i vtirl .vi .i rtt ti . 1 . 1 -o
oaoh and a ru-h will be the
The company carries all hi j'.y'
and two hours of
irs or so ui
vulgarity is nomi-
orliin who recently Came here
from P.rasneur Mo. is moviae into
hli new six room f o'taere corner I
r.nd Iow:i. Tib-- r"'d .rf w.i-' c '
b 1 in !''.'b. a w. .'.'b. !
lltt. i .wi.wi OlCwA kv.ui full
j Producing a Repertoire cf High
I Class Comedies and Dramas.
Best Patronized nd Higb.es
Praised Popular Priced Attrac-
tion on the Road.
Special Prices : 15c 25c 35c 50c
One lady will be admitted free
Monday night with each paid 50c
reserved sent ticket if purchased
before 6 p. m. Monday.
"ANITA THE SINGING GIRL.'
Grand Family Matinee Saturday
at '030 p. m.
Season tickets good for evtry per-
forrnance only $2.50 for 50c seats
and $t.75 fr 35c seats.
ONE NIGHT MON.
THE GIEL 11 THE
Presenting Briglt Comedy Minstrel
Novelties and Clean Specialties
See MANVRO the celebrated
"Lone Hottentot." HAP.
Ward Minstrel Comedian.
ent of Physcial Culture. The
WILSONS Comedians. The
ROARING FARCE "Six
Months in Toil.."
Bright Specialties Clean Comedy
Laughable Skits. Two Hours of Tun
Popular Prices 15c 25c and 50c.
If j'our furniture cooking
heating or gasoline stoves
need repairing phone us
and w? wi'l do the rest.
We also do upholstering.
We call for and deliver ell
work. : ; : .
ALL WORK GUARANTKKD
thou UH. 116 5- ClL St.
. Opposit Ein'n' LiCery Barn.
f 'V i" L s
N 4 .N
ws a ntN and ntoielg
ttiau ever is a I-ire nnrpnce 1
--edjd wlten burning candles are
liale to set fire to the Cbri-!rr.;'.s
ircc ami uo const Jera
If you want a really
"c; 1unl "nnecces.nary worry
ire; ironi unncccessarr worrv tx-
sure that y ur boti'-e furniture
ftc( js j)rott(Ud an zi
lire Iniuia: ce Po!i:y. v
Martin & Turner
(Siiccemon to f'.r!y Iiayif.)
P.VAV '"TtZNS1 PANK.
A t w A v i i. i
ci r- a "out
Day in and day out m.mh after month during 1907 our
best efforts were ever at your command At all times you
. found us able to thoroughly satisfy your drug store wants
j We have always welcomed an opportunity totxert ourselves
I to the utmost in your behalf.
j We pledge ourselOes to serve you just as faithfully
I throughout 1908 as we did during 1907. While ii wiil be hard
j to surpass the high standard of efficiency to which we have
brought our service nevertheless this is the task we have set
I for ourselves in 1908. We will make the most of every op
portunity for the betterment of our service which preseuts
TkB McdEl Drug Store
Ask Your Grocer
For Full Cream Flour
Chickasha Milling Company
a P. EMITH. Preaident.
W. W. HORNE. Vic Pre.id.Et
the nti7nno Mo
"" UHlLUiiU I
CHICKASUA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Surplus and Profits $45ooo.oo
Your Business Solicited
B. t. 8aiITH WM. INMAN W. W. HORNE J. P. ZUAli
i- DRIGGEKS J. C. DRIGGERS ED. F. JOHN5
AeconoU of merchants. eotrtion and ImiivMusli ulicited. trrrf eoarimj u-dn) er.
Utcst wiUt eocarvatiTe Moiiiiic
tJsth k.u SampU K'tn
rhr atory brick
. Regular Meals 25 cents
Lunch Counter Always Open
11 CLtick&sha Avt-oue
Z. L. McFarUnd;vtPropr!etcr.
"If IT'S GARLAD'S IT'S ALRIGHT
1 300 Cow Diary GOO Acres of Land
I South of City
Pure Crfiim and Mi!K
Dcfivrrcd Aniuhrrp in lh C'tv
M I .
II. FR ICEMAN'
Chickasha Goal Grain end Eoltlisg Co
Coal. Grain Wood Feed and all Kinds of
Corner 5th and Choctaw.
T" ' '
320 Chickasha ACe. 1
if you want the hist baking re-
sults. It has stood the test of
many an oven and the bread
rolls pies cakts etc. made
from it came out "bright and
smiling" when even a fair baker
used it Paste that name (or
this ad) in your pantry please.
WM. INJdAN. Vic PtwW.nt.
E. r JONS. ChiM-
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 312, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1908, newspaper, January 8, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732902/m1/4/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.