Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 74, Ed. 1 Monday, March 28, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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IVAen ie Griddle Cahea are Spread with
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The real cane syrup
with a superior flavor.
Try it to-morrow.
Your gror.er has it.
Hotels anj dining cars serve it.
P&NICK& Ford. Ltd.
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Is your telephone reported "Busy"
What Is the reason?
Is the entrance to your office or store
Or have you widened it as your busi-
tness increased so that people can go in
and out easily?
Why don't you widen your telephone
service and allow room for customers to
enter your establishment over the tele-
phone? We will investigate for you and report
the number of times a day that your line
is "busy" when people are calling you
No obligation will be incurred by such
investigation. Call on us for information.
and Telegraph Co.
New Star Theatre
"BB BILL BITNER ' HIE3SELF"
And His Royal Company and
The Be Hoe Ladies' Orchestra
Direct from an engagement of 14 weeks
in Oklahoma City.
In a Repertoire of Up-to-Date Comedies
and Dramas with all special scenery
COMMENCING MONDAY fuGHT MM 28TH. .
Openinpr Play That Beautiful Comedy Drama
"AHIE. THE CIRCUS GIRL'
' Prices 15 25 and 35 Cents;
Statue with Silk Hat.
The warmest admirers of Iliu silk
hat will hardly claim that II l. iiU.s it-
self to the (sculptor- art. Yet the art-
ist responsible for the bronze statue
of Kupf on the .lawn of the Kiel
Yacht (hib Iiiii presented the iron-
master with a top hut anil a wnlliiiig-
Htlk in hi tight hand lit" has also
endowed Mm with a tightly lilting
fi -tick-coat carefully creased trousers
and a liiatlifinatli al parting in the
center of the head; so that I ho nlatue
looks mom like a tailor's dummy than
the representation of a captain of industry.
"Everybody has some dream that
recurs frequently" nays an eminent
physician. Every little while we
dream that we have been able to save
about two dollars out of our week's
salary. Utit it doesn't neetn to help
Must Advance or Recedft.
No man or no nation can stand still.
In a world where every form of Ufa
has grown out of a lower form where
one age builds on another an the
coral insect builds tip tlio islands of
the sea nothing can he stationary.
From a Large Area in
Texas and in Oklahoma
Washington March 2X. Secretary
of .Agriculture Wilson issued an order
effective April 1 releasing from the
foetal quarantine for Texas fever or
tide fever of cattle certain areas
amounting to over 4S()00 square miles.
This action is taken as a result of the
good progress made in the extermina-
tion of ticks which spread the disease.
The territory released in Texas com-
prises the counties of Borden Glass-
cock 1'pton Crane and portions of the
counties of Pecos and Terrell. Privi-
lege for movement on inspection from
the counties of Wilbarger Baylor and
I onions of the counties of Hardeman
Foard Knox and Haskell is revoked.
In Oklahoma portions of the coun-
ties of Noble Panye Cleveland and
Jackson. Privilege for movement on
i: spection is provided for portions of
the counties of Lincoln Cleveland
Catldo and Jackson and revolted for
a portion of Kay county.
In Arkansas the count lea of lien ton
The total territory freed of ticks and
if leased from quarantine since the bo-
rjiniing of the work of tick errdica-
t'titi In ISM! aggregates about lflO.OoO
Kitip.re miles or an area nearly half
the size of the slate of Texas.
Banks are Invclveu in
the Corruption in
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Thousands Throng This Beautiful Store and View
the Splendid Displays Invitation to -Visit
It Goes Every Day
"The display which we showed to
our visitors Saturday evening is n t
a temporary affair" faid Ki'ttdall Cal-
iawuy "but is a permanent feamre of
our store. The general arrangement
of the store will be the same every
day the styles and furnishing of vari-
ous dep.'irtments being changed from
time to time. 'He have gone to an1
expense of something like $:i000 to
equip our store in this manrer ir.d
we hope the people of Chiclcisha. will
appreciate our efforts. We itnile the
peojde to come and look over o'ti store
til at y time whether they waet to buy j
anything or not. We shall nlwavs
have a man ready to show any one
throui;h th" store and we want the
people to come and bring their
draperies occupy one entire side of
the second floor and these were filled
with itii-niture of the latest design.
The first a bed room was furnished
'vi;h p. set of Circassian walnut one
of the most popular woods of today
and in the library in golden oak ele-
gant tables and chairs were shown in
a wood which is a standard favorite.
Two rooms in early lOnglish design
attracting especial attention were the
dining room and library or den fur-
nished in massiv;e mission pieces. The
library ferniture was upholstered in
le .ther and the draperies and rug ol
Indian design made the room a cheer-
ful one. Another pretty room was a
bed room decorated in pale blue and
furnished in birds-eye maple with died
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when you try on a
Smart Suit before
our long mirrora.
Be as deliberate
as you choose-study
every line of the
whole suit. Note
the fit and drape of
coat front r.d back
When you buy a
fi you get the utmost of a great brainy tailors' organization
4 Skilled designers and master tailors have fashioned it. Try
a on a STEIN-BLOCII and see the meaning of our "world
Men's Suits from.
Boy's Suits from.
Q-Tkt-5-rirY Oxfords Shirts Under- Q-wriH (T
Oprmg wear Hats Ties Hosery Opilllg
Pittsburg March 28. The Lenten
season has lieen too short a season of
jrmitenee for Pittsburg and it will be
cortinued with promise of even more
startling confessions of graft this
In several hundred churches yester
day an enusual feature of he Easter
services was the reading of a circu
lar letter isued by a civic committee
Saturday urging the members of every
congregation to attend a huge indigna-
tion mass meeting to be held some
day this week. Sermons too were
designed to arouse public condemna
tion of such practices as have been re-
vealed. Lessons In civic cleanliness
were drawn by many pastors.
It lu'ving been pretty thoroughly es
tablished according to District Attor-
ney William Illakely at least $102500
was used in influencing legislation the
sourc t the money and the" dispens-
ers of it are to be the focus of the
f.rnnd juiy's attention today.
A considerable portion of the big
bribe hind is charged to certflbi banks
that sotit-ht to get city deposits. They
iii cced'e. but it Is the desire of the
grand jury as pronounced in its report
of Friday last that the bank deposit
ordinance be rescinded and the banks
it found guilty deprived of the use of
the f.ity money. It. is known that aome
repn sentatives of the banks are to
lie' called today to testify. The six
banks that have been named by t"ie
f:raml jury as engaged in the scan
dal are the Columbia National the
Merman National of Pittsburg the
'aimers' National Deposit bank the
cond National the German National
has iinnonpced that it will comply with
tiie district attorney's call for informa
tion and the Second National l as pre
pared a certified statement which is to;
be presented to the grand jury today.
The outer hanks have taken no ac-
tion. It. was still unlearned this morning
whether Charles Stewart. In 'lis talk
with the district attorney told all that
l;C is believed to know about the men
higher up. Stewart Is a former se-
lect councilman who was declared by
the grand jury in its 'presentment Sat-
urday to have been the man to viom
$-t."0e0 of bribe-tainted money was
given at the Hotel Imperial in New
A continuous throng of visitors filled !
t ae handsome new store of the Calla-
way Furniture Company during the 1
hours of the opening Saturday evening
and the crowd included many young
pcole from out of town who were m
generous in their praises of the mag-
r.ificeuee of the display as were the'
CMckash;: citizens. Music souvenirs j
and flowers assisted in making the oc-
casion a gala one and a courteous j
welcome was extended very one by j
the proprietors who personally con-j
ducted their guests through the store. )
Taking the elevator to the second j
storv the visitors found themselves
in a model kitchen. Hoosier kitchen'
cabinet" with the different compart-'
nientg wide open and filled with the j
va.'lous rupplies for which they were
ivttended invited the Inspection of the!
fcotisewif handsome samples of the
Darling line of ranges and stoves com- 1
pieting the furnishings of the kitchen.!
Seven other model root. is tastefully
decorated and hung with handsome)
dresser chairs and desk to match.
The two rooms containing probably
the ipost expensive furniture was the
lufthogany ditiixig room and parlor only
pieces of solid mahogany being used
in furnishing these rooms.
On the opposite side of the floor the
dt apery department called forth num-
M'Otts exclamations of delight many
exquisite cut. draperies in curtains and
j.ortiers being shown.
Miss Dorothy Callaway presented
each visitor to this department with a
r irnation. A splendid line of rugs
is displayed on the second floor and
the main part of the floor is filled with
chairs settees and other parlor ftirni-i
On the balcony of the first floor to
which the visitors were next taken
niatched dining room sets occupied the
light side and matched library furni-
ture in all woods the other side. The
first floor which was the last inspect-
e l is used for bed room kitchen and
office furniture the lines carried of
each being complete. Before leaving
the store each visitor was presented
with an asbestos mat. or toaster.
The Callaway store occupies a mag-
nificent new three-story building 50
by 100 feet every foot of space on the
three floors being used in addition
to the large balcony which extends en-
tirely around the first floor. It is ele-
gantly equipped throughout and is a
store that would be a credit to a city
three times the size of Chickasha.
The satisfaction and gratification
that comes with the knowledge that
you are going to see the best of its
kind is a very pleasant feeling. That
is the way you feel when you go to
see "The Big Bill Bittner" company
vhlch comes to the New Star Theater
for an engagement of six night com-
mencing next Monday March 2H.
That's the way you feel after seeing
them satisfied and gratified.- No ex-
pense has been spared to give the
aniusment loving public a rare and en-
joyable treat in the form of the most
complete plays ever crowded' in to two
hours oiid a half. Mr. Bittner eom9
to Chickasha direct from- an engage-
ment of fourteen weeks at Oklahoma
City with his big company intact in-
tineing as. a special feature the welt
known and talented musicians ''The
De Noe Indies' Orchestra" who vill
render each night a choice program'
of popular and' classic music both lie-
fore and during the performance.
The opening py will be that beau-
tiful comedy drama "Annie the Circus
Girl." The prices for this engagement
will ' he 15 25 and 35 cents.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 74, Ed. 1 Monday, March 28, 1910, newspaper, March 28, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732999/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.