Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 237, Ed. 1 Friday, October 9, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Chicliasha Daily Express
EVANS A SMITH
CEORGE II. EVANS
.BRYCE P. SMITH MANAGER
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY.
Entered at the postoffice at Chlckasha
Okla. aa second-class mall matter.
CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1908.
PRACTICAL POINTERS CN TOWN this slmj'le rule of Chickasha fori
Chicago Oct. 9. Having temporar-
ily bridged the itolltical chssm which
separated them and shaken hands with
his Republican opponent W. J. Bryan
Demorcatic candidate for president
sallied forth and resumed his warfare.
Not only Taft but President Roose-
velt came tn for a severe castlgation
at his hands. The forenoon vas spent
"hlriikha Patronize the home mer-
... .. u i by the Democratic candidate in hold-
chant buy the home manufactured '
products employ the home laborer i
It's everlastingly true that "the Lord
helps those who helps themselves.
You are' anxious to see Chlckasha
Crow and her people prosper of course.
. . Oklahoma City and other cities are;
You like to see new homes and new ' f
noi aoing anyming 10 neip imcKasua
merchants manufacturers or laborers.
Why should you send your money to
them? Why not resolve now that you
will spend your money in Chlckasha
and thus be one of the real boosters?
"twsinesg buildings going up and you
re In for progress of every kind.
You are a "town builder" certainly
you are; you want Chlckasha to have a
tloien more railroads rod several huo-
lred more factories. You are loyal to
Chlckasha and you believe la "boost-
i SVe are very g'.ad Indeed to learn It Is amazing it Is pitiful. It Is bu-
lbar vim ere that kind of citizen. It filiating. Their sins Indeed have
U highly creditable to you and we wish found em out at last.
ChtckaHha bad 40000 more people juki :. '" "' log. Mr. Bryan will make speec
like you. We don't question your good them; defeat in front of them; onlyiduring tomo.row at parriSi Moberly
w Ji t - 1 1 1 1 . . 1
Intentions at all. but pardon the im- laii-sinwn minions oeiween; can-jKansas City and St. Joseph Mo.
Mr. Bryan's principal remarks yes-
terday were made at Northwestern uni-
Ing conferences with his lieutenants
at headquarters and In the delivery
of an address before the Lakes-to-iu
Gulf waterways congress. Then he
rode out to Evnston and there ad
dressed several thousand students of
Northwestern university and citizens
of the city and last night journeyed
o Chicago Heights where he spoke to
a big gathering of laboring men.
He left this morning at 7:30 over
the Santa Fe for Jollet Streator Gales-
burg nd Quincy Illinois. Following
his speech at the latter place be will
be taken in a special train to Hanni
Scandals to a( j0i at t odotH tomorrow morn-
to left of lo Mr BrJ.an wm nlalte speeches C
3rlnenre we want to know what non '-llnR'i'K to 'Sunny Jim Aldrirh
practical demonstration you are glv- llin? Ion the neck of Son-ln-Law
Vienna Oct. 9. War between Austria-Hungary
and Servia is a recog-
nized possibility although it is be-
lieved here that it will be averted.
King Peter Is in a difficult position
on account of the clamor of the Serv-
ians for war particularly since his
tenure on the throne never has been
The Austrlans on their part have
a new feeling of national enterprise
on account of the forward movement
in the annexation of Bosina and Her-
zegovnla and would be more ready for
further adventure now than they were
i week ago.
That the government recognizes the
possibility the military precautions in
Hungary show. All the bridges over
the Save and Danube near the Servian
frontier are strongly guarded by pa-
trols and four Danube river monitors
were conc ntratde at Budapest today.
The government explains that this
maneuver was planned some time ago
but the Austrlans would have Bel-
grade at the mercy of their guns if
Preparing Medicine from
Doctor's prescriptions is
not only our most im-
portant work but it Is
also the work we like
best to do. We take a
professional pride In this
work and give it out
utmost care. Will you
trust your prescriptions
The Model Drug Store
310 ChictatkaAc: Chlckotht.Okla.
JT m m
A woman doesn't mind if her hus-
n. nil thin Hevniii.n to vour home nwneieuer urn imeviug lami exuu-: v.i v ij firKt au
town. Doing all you can. did you say?'" 't.no longer but making quag- hngh ou tte desirability of good citi-band 8ays out a!! nihl ""tonally.
Ia-Vs see; there's one method of mIres for the robber trusts the peo--zensllj
sympathy for other men who are not
able to deliver the goods.
Every time a girl shakes hands with
a man she is surprised if be doesn't
squeeze her fingers.
A man's contrariness has reached
the limit when he begins to argue
with an alarm clock.
It sometimes happens that a man's
self respect overshadows his popularity.
Each day by square dealings witb
Intrnit Their Contracts To U
We make the Paint and 'Pajer
business our study acd you won't
regret consulting us if you are
We are posted in The Latest
Styles in Wall Paptr and Interior
The Cooper Co.
Chkkuha P.int and Ppr propl.
125 N. 3rd Phone 64
-town building that every man woman "e aisgusiea on me one nana or in-
and child in Chieka.sha can work a' dlgnant on the other the grand o!d
every day and it is one of the most cf- 'party of graft and fraud is In truth
fective schemes ever devised by mor-! sight to see. Yet a little longer and
tal man for promoting the progress of j then the boneysrd leaving only a
a community. It never fails to work;
it's a dead sure shot.and it is so sim-
ple tkJt anybody can use 1U
It's the very fundamental principle
f town building and without keeping
you in suspense any longer we hasten
to announce it: Spend your money
la the community where you make It.
stench behind and this Inscription
Whilst it lived it lived in clover;
When It died it died all over.
Henry Watterson in the Courier-
When a man like John Mitchell ad
vises the workingmen of this country I trusted
Quoting from Jefft-rioa Mr. r.ryan
said there were jut two parties in
every country and that wherever
speech wis free those two parties
would manifest themselves. Jefferson
he said described thobe parlies as
democratic and aristocratic lie said
he used the word "democratic" in the
larger sense in which Jefferson used
It "when he said that the Democratic
party would naturally draw to Itself
those who bel eed in the people and
the m op. c wh'le the arU.o-
Some people have the knack of say-
provided he brings home an expensive ing the right thing at the wrong time.
H c """! 1 me man who Is tied to a woman
A diplomat Is a ni3n who his at- for life gets many a tongue lashing.
quired the art of going after what he Chicago News. .
wants while the other fellow I9 wait
As a man grows older he has more
Gold Medal Flour leads them all.
Drs Crabtree & Cr&btree
The Chiropractors and Nerve
Specialists. Consultation and
in 1-2 Chickasha Ave. Phone 540
EXPERT GUN MAN.
I have secured an expert gun man
who will do high-class repairing aad
respectfully solicit your patronage.
Peacoek MachiD Co. 116 North Talr
A startling suggestion isn't it?
you using it?
Are to sustain Oompers and vote for cratlc party would naturally draw to
jliryan. Is there any earthly reason why 'itself those who did not Ulieve in the
The merchants of Chlckasha carry workingmen should listen to Joe Can- people and did not trust the people.
all tbi goods that anybody needs. In non who reviles Gompers and organ-
quantity and quality their stocks ized labor? Ardmoreite
utoould satisfy anyone and their prices
are as reasonable as can be found any-
where. They pay rent pay taxes con-
tribute to every public enterprise.
"It is true here and Is true every-
where." The Democratic party he de-
0 Jclared was nearer the people and
If Messrs. Dawson Griffin and : therefore it was only a question of
! Sparks the gentlemen to whom the ; time when the people s party would tie
'.Commercial Club has delegated the the triumphant one in the L'u'ted
They deserve the patronage of a duty and the honor of securing a pack. States.
Chickasha people Including bankers ng house for Chickasha can land the j iMr.JJryan charged that the Hepuoli-
lawyers laborers and every othor prize they w ill most certainly be ac- an leaders were not going in the di-
lass. Every dollar spent outside of'(.0rded tablets in the hall of tame. rection that the people of the Repub-
the town Ih that much t-ken from the' o 'lican party wanted to go end he pro-
IKK kets of the home merchants and j 1 he battle axe was a terrible weapon ceeded to present arguments In sub--the
same amount subtracted from the 0f warfare in the olden days. Mr. 'stantiation of his statement. In re-
penoral property of the town. iMcCobb will likely discover that the Jetting the publicity of oimpaign
And then we have a number of modern "Battle Axe" is equally as dan- funds before election he said be He-
liome factories. Are you using the'gerous. j publican leaders of the convention
goods that thty produce? You fellow 0 here In June last betrayed the rank
mffing the smoke from a clirar was; it's been several days now since and file of their own party and mis-
't made In Chickasha? Don't you either Mr. Roosevelt or Mr.
know that Fisher's factory makes as dropped the other a few lines.
line cigars as are manufactured any- terebt in the campaign lagging?
vhere? You hadn't thought about it I o
'wt you ought to and you ought to buy j Mr. Taft hasn't yet consented
Bryan represented the voters of th'j country.
Is in-' Mr. Taft he said had repudiated that
l.action but had gone only ha" way and
favored publicity of campaign conui-
to buttons after election. He attacked
be furniture and mattresses made by have the voters take a peep at his list: Mr. Taft's position on the tariff trust
he Slgmon factory the flour made
hf itae Chlckasha Milling company the
Troduct8 of the Chlckasha planing
mills the brooms made in Chlckasha
1be stationery printed In Chickasha.
Chlckasha would be more prosper-
ous If there were no offenders against
of campaign contributors before the and labor questions and wsned his
election. It's "sight unseen" for Taft. bearers that they need not expect any
- o remedial legislation should the Repub
lican party be kept in power and
Speaker Cannon allowed to contluue
hi despotic rnM.
The Deacdn says the street cars are
sure off this we hope so. Here's to
your success Deacon and may your
cars never get off the track.
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB'S COUNE.
In a new city of Chickasha's dimensions many things' must be ex--pected
to go wrong of themselves hile of course there are other wrongs
and Inconvenient conditions for whlc h some citizen contractor or official
In order to improve conditions and avoid injustice and injury it is ab-
solutely necessary to put in protests and to follow them up vigorously at
One's duty as a citizen demands that he sh.?ll not only speak out but
-shall alHO work to prevent or to correct real evils and abuses.
But many complaints and charges that are made and that are ding-donged
into the ears of the people are baseless.
Some of them are worse than baselt ss in that they are malicious or are
"tieliber.a.tely intended to put forth for a selfish unrighteous purpose.
A word regarding the usual volume of suspicion and criticism sometimes
taking on the color of slander is in order here.
See to it first of all that the grumbling that falls into your ear is not
merely the idle baseless selfish dh honest malicious mouthing that really
h' no good foundation.
Wrong accusation may do much harm and go far toward creating senti-
ment and feeling that weakens the good influence of citizens.
See that well known facts back up charges or .allow them to Influence
your mind In no way against another.
Then use your voice to counteract that which you convince yourself is
false and groundless criticism such as probably does more than anything
else to destroy confidence and harmony to disturb the peace of the city
and to retard the sort of progress and improvement upon which
All patriotic citizens of Chickashashould unite.
(First Published Oct. 7 1908.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO PRE-
In the Matter of the Estate of M. A.
Notice is hereby given that letters
of administration on the estate of M.
A. Hamilton deceased were granted
to the undersigned by the county court
of Grady county Oklahoma on the
3rd day of October 1908. All persons
having claims against said estate are j
We pay spot cash for
At the Top Market Price
Have Just Re
ceived a Car
Atrial sack is guaranteed
Call for the Chancellor
Visit our store
See what we
Our stock will
Our prices are
Recently Received a Car of SALT and in tht
future will buy cur Salt in Car Toad Lots
required to exhibit the same to the
undersigned at the trfice of Bond &
Melton in the city of Chickasha Okla
homa for allowance within four
months after the date of this publica-
tion with necessary vouchers attached
or they will be forever precluded from
any benefit from said estate; or the
said claim may be filed in the said
Dated this the 7th day of October
1908. Virginia Hamilton
Bond & Melton
Attorneys. 10-7-1 Old
Our Fall Suits Cravenettes Overcoats and
Gents' Furnishing Goods are ready for your
inspection. A complete line at very reason-
Remember this is the only Store of the kind in
Chickasha where you can get everything to eat and
wear at the most reasonable prices. .
BRADlHG & COMPANY
5TH AND KANSAS
We have in stock a full car load of Fresh Lincoln Paint The formula is on every can.
made for this climate. Lincoln Paint customers can prove to you it's good qualities.
CALL AND SEE US.
UY -PHONE 37.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 237, Ed. 1 Friday, October 9, 1908, newspaper, October 9, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733022/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.