Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 103, Ed. 1 Friday, April 29, 1910 Page: 2 of 12
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CniCKASnA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
0 0 0 DRIVES OUT
&e 0. 0.BLO DO HUMORS
When we see persnnr with soft smooth akins we know .. once that their
blood U pure und health; that the cuticle is being surtlciently and properly;
tioml9h'd by the. circulation. But when the blood become .Infected with any
unhealthy humor the effect la shown by eruptions boil's pimples or some more
definitely marked skin disease such as Eczema Acne Tetter etc. Humor get
Into the blood usually because of a sluggish condition of those member whose
duty it 1 to collect and cany off-the waste and refuse matter of the system.
Till unhealthy matter left 'm the system sours and ferments and is soon ab-
sorbed Into the circulation filing the blood with an irritating humor. Remove
these humors and the skin disease can not exist. because its very cause i then
destroyed. S. S. 8. c.'res all humors of the blood because it is the greatest of all
blood punflers. It cleanses the blood of every pa:t;c!e of unhealthy matter
enriches the circulation and causes it to supply healthful nourishment to all .'-kin
tisiues. Then the skin becomes soft and clear. Local applications can not cure
they can only soothe by temporarily reducing the in animation but the cause
remains in the circulation and the ruption will be no nearer well when the ex-
tertiaJ treatment is left off. The limners miift be removed and nothing equals
S. 8. S. for this purpose. Pure blood nukes healthy skins and S. S. S. uiaka
pure blood. Book on Skin Diseases free to all who write fiid request it.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA OA.
omic Play Will Be Pre-
sented by Home
Comanche Mineral Wells Co.
Natures Own Remedy and absolutely tire
Best and Surest Remedy for
Especially recommended for all disorders and ir-
regularities of weak women.
For all forms of Kidney and bladder troubles.
For all conditions due to an excess of uric acid in
the blood this wonderful water will be found most
Sold under positive guarantee. Get a trial case this
week at advertising prices.
J. H. FREEMAN
4 1 8 to 424 Choctaw Avenue
Those who fail to attend the home
lall.'nt. jiliiy "The (luv'rior." tonight at.
Convention Hall will miss a treat. The
entertainment i;i given under the aus-
pices of the Kpworth League for the
'benefit of a clmrcli debt. The play is
a bright comedy full of mirth and t on-
fusion and the ready wit and skill of
the players will make it worth seeing.
It promises to be the best home talent
entertainment that Chiclutsha has seen
lit a long time. In addition to the
play some good special numbers will
be rendered. The cast and program
are as follows:
.Mr. Butterscotch (a retired confec-
tioned Charles Stoddard.
Freddy this son of the "Hey" low-
ing Club) .Marshall Terrell.
Theodore Macclesfield (boat builder
at Putney ) Arthur Weiderman.
Theodore (his son .student at fiuyV)
.1. E. .McNeil. j
Jellieoe (retired pickle manufactur-
er) Maurice Smith.
No. ;i047 (driver of a four-wheeler)
u. a i. neynolds. i
Gregory (a Yorkshire groom out
livery) Fred Hamilton. .
Mr. Vellum (of "Vellum & Vellum
solicitors) J. M Selnmn.
The MaCtOddv la Konllnmnn fim I i
Glen Mutehkin) Charles Robinson.
Ullage (butler to Iiutterscotch )
Anrella (second wife of Mr. Rntter-
scotchl Crace Butler.
Kate (his daughter by first mar-riage)T-Mary
Mrs. Macclesfield (the boat builder's
wife) Emma Estiil.
Carrie (his daughter) Ressie Lat-
Duet Julia Wootten and Mildren
Piano solo Mrs. Wessle Rav. i
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sy JL -c '.-L.l. . - I. iSl)
For Friday and Saturday
$1.00 White and Colored Lawn Shirt
Waists Friday and Saturday . .
$ 1 .50 to $2 White Lawn and Lingerie Shirt Qfir
Waists Friday and Saturday ...... syv
NEW WASH SUITS ARRIVING DAILY. 1
Long Lawn Kimonas 95c
Long Figured Lawn Kimonas.
Special Friday and Sat. . . 95c
WOOL SUITS $9.98
Ladies' Woor2-Piece Suits.made in the latest
sp ring styles: short coat pleated C fl fl 0
Skirt 15 value Fridayjand Sat . . )j.UU
Double Heels and Toes.
..r)c values Friday and
Infants Silk Lisle
Stockings all colors
Pair 1 5c
ZJ U Nw ULl Lm
$1250 to $20
18 sample Lingerie Dress-
es worth from $12..r() to
120.00. Special Friday
Chickasha's Leading Womens Outfitters
WEDDING REFORM IN CHINA
OW Custom and Elaborate Ceremonle
Have to a Great Extent Been
Done Away With.
The Apache Cotton Oil
and Manufacturing Co. I
Is Offering to the Local Trade
Hulls at $9.00 Per Ton.
Meal at $ 1 .50 Per Sack.
80 lbs. Hulls at 36c and
20 lbs. Meal at 30c.
In 100 lb Lots Cost You Only
66c Per 100 lbs.
It's Equal to Any Other Feedstuff Now
Kjn ine iviarKet.
pacliG Cotton Oil and
Manufacturing Company I
Phone 516. Foot North Ninth SUrPPt
j Forty yearg ago it wag a very trying
ordeal to attend a wedding in China
Vopnl HPlertions-.r K pi t ! on 8CC0"nt or i fearful din made by
DiiRan .Marshall Terrell' ' ' " I bndt f "J18'"" thefr cym-
' T j bals flutes fifes drums etc. to sav
Solo-Mr. Terrell. nothing of the loud popping of fire-
Vocal solo M i'hs Elizabeth Bmler. I crackers and skyrocket.
Vocal selection Mr. Chas. C. Kirk-! All this is beine ranldlv rhnmrofl
I patrlck. Tn band is still employed but is only
allowed to play now and then when
j desired. New China celebrates the
iiiipuais oi ner sons and (laughters
at the home of the bride instead of
as in the old days when the young
lady was taken in a closed sedan to
the house of the bridegroom.
On one particular occasion the spa-
cious hall was tastefully decorated
with cedar chains wrapped around
the large wooden pillars with strings
of colored paper and flowers. A raised
platform was at one end of the hall
on which istood a piano and an or-
gan. The bride wag attired In the red
silk robe and skirt as was the cus-
tom in former days but it was a reliel
to her not to be blinded by the heavy
red veil. The mother read the mar-
riage ceremony from a paper and
placed it on the table where it was
signed by the bridal couple the two
kinsmen and herself. Congratulations
were then olTered to the bride and
bridegroom by formal bows. - All the
old prostrations of past years have
gone by forever.
The next thing on the program was
the presentation of written congratu-
latory papers. The first was presented
by a gentleman but following him
came four ladles with papers written
In beautiful literary style by their own
hands and read by themselves.
Lastly about twenty little girls from
four to eight years of age ornamented
with large satin rosettes stood in a
row before the bride and bridegroom
and sang several verses of a kinder-
garten ballad. The bride and bride- i
groom who had stood all this time on
t he platform then stepped down to I
leave the hall. Rehoboth Sunday Her- i
ORDINANCE NO. 424.
In Decision Handed
Down By Feder-
limits of said city of Chickasha and
In the opinion of the council it is de-
sirable that said limits of saM city ol
Chickasha be- extended so as to In
clude said above described lands and 1
additions within said city;
Therefore be it ordained bv the
An ordinance extending the corpor-
ate boundaries of the city of Chicka-
sha Oklahoma so as to include with-
in the same those tracts pieces or par-
cels of land known as Kenwood addi
tion Phillips addition. Westminster : mayor and councilmeti of tiit
Place addition Harden's First addition ; Chickasha Oklahoma:
Barefoot addition Apache addition ; Section 1. Thar the corporate limits
Hendricks addition. Rock Island addi-jof the city ol Chickasha be ar.rt they
tion Askew addition and Ireton addi- are hereby extended so. as to include
tl0n- . the said rhilliM.j addition We.-.tminsiet
Whereas those pieces and parcels '. Place addition. Harden's First addition
of land particularly described as! Apache addition. Rock Island addition.
Westminster Place addition to the ciiv ! Kenwood addition lfemh ifL-ci :tltit inn
of Cnickasha Oklahoma and Phillips ! Ask nv addition Barefoot addition and
auaiiion to tne city ot t ntckasna Ok- ireton addition above described and
idnorna lying in section 2ft township 7 Hie said Phillips addition Westminstei
north range 7 west. . and those tracts - Place additioi Harden's First addl-
or parcels of land known as Harden's ' tion Ireton addition Apache addition.
First addition to the city of Chickasha1 Hock Island addition Kenwood addl-
Oklahoma Apache addition to the city tion Hendricks addition. Askew addi
of Cnickasha Oklahoma Askew addi- 'tion and Rarefoot addition are herebj
Hon to iha -it- nf f'hll.-oh. Il.-ln. jwtrtrvt in 1ht r.ri-n-.j i
noma and Kenwood addition to the ! hereafter constitute a part of the cor-i h""'e ant
citv of CIlicK-iiahn rWlsihmnn 1.-lnr In 1 rsOrfl'ton fif !t fin- of ( 'I l..l.t.l m. I
the city council this 14th dav of April
Passed and Approved with section.'.'
included this 11th day of April. 1910.
W. M. KD WARDS '
Have You Seen Our Collection of
Hand Painted and White
It certainly is worth your while. Even
if you are not buying. It will pay you to
see our window display this day so you
may know what is being shown this sea-
son in this line. Just the thine for Wed
ding and Anniversary Gifts.
0. IV. tubman the Jeweler
Guthrie Okla. April 2!). Taxes lev-
ied for riiiiniiiK the state government
from July 1 1908 to June 30 190!) de-
clared invalid the railroads involved
exempted from paying approximately
$27:1728 in 190S state and local taxes
and approximately $S187:'S of 1908
county taxes which have have been
tied up ordered paid in respective
counties within the forty days is the
net result of a decision handed down
I here yesterday in the United States
I circuit court i nthe 1308. tax eases filed
j by several railroads. The decision
J does not settle the cases finally but"
;a long way in that direction.
The immediate case decided was
i that of the Atchison Topeka & Santa
! Fe vs. II. .M. Zeigler et al.. the sheriff
and treasurer of Kay county. But
I there are fifty-five cases in all in-
volving taxes due by the Santa Fe M
' K. & T.. Fort Smith. & .Western and
Midland Valley railroads in forty conn-
ties all brought on the same ground
i'ahd all decided by this one opinion
I which is signed jointly by Judges John
H. Cntteral of the Western district of
Oklahoma and Judge Ralph K. Camp-
bell of the Eastern district and which
was handed here yesterday afternoon
by Judge Cotteral.
The court overruled the demurrer
filed by the attorney general grants
the railroads temporary injunctions
against the collection of the entire
state taxes levied for the first nineteen
and h half months since statehood and
city of Chickasha Oklahoma King in ! poration of said dry of Cbickasl.a Ok
section 21 township 7 north range 7 j lalionia.
west and those tracts or parcels of! Section 2. That it is necessary for
land known as Rock Island addition to j the peace health and safety of the
the city of Chic kasha. Oklahoma Hen-i said city that this ordinance be oper-
d ricks addition to the city of Clilrka-1 "ve Immediately upon its passage
sha Oklahoma and Ireton addition to.' approval alnd publication in that its
the city of Chickasha Oklahoma lying'! failure so to do would greatly incon--in
section 34 township 7 north range ' venince said city in maintaining
7 west as shown by the recorded plats 'Peace .thI order; accordingly an enter
al me nuove named Phillips addition i Rncy is hereby declared hy reason!
Westminster .Place addition Harden's wherof this ordinance shall be in full
First addition Kenwood addition As- force and effect from and after it
kew addition Apache addnion Hen
dricks addition. Barefoot addition and
Ireton addition and
AVhereas salds lands and addition
above named lie adjacent to the citv
sage approval and publication
This ordinance duly passed with sec
tion 2 considered separately and pass-
el by an affirmative vote of throe-
fourths of all !lie members ilecied to
$10 REWARD FOR LOST DOLLY
New York Oil Magnate's Grandchild
Offers Money for Return of
New York "If you've found my
dolly please be very good to- iier and
bring her back right off. and tell her
you're taking her home!"
It's the plea of little Mary Flagler
who lives at 32 Park avenue and II
the only daughter of Harry II. Flag-
ler and the granddaughter of H. M.
Flagler the Standard Oil magnate.
l.hile Miss Flagler has spent tht
six venm of her life In a beautiful
home and the pet of a devoted fam
ily. But she has her troubles not-
withstanding and one of them drifted
into a newspaper office the othpr night
in the shape of a "lost" ad. She'd lost
her dolly and though it wag a very
old dolly that only made things worse
as every small girl knows.
She wants it back..so badly that her
papa wlii very gladly pay $10 about
one hundred times tne worm or tna
toy -to whoever finds dolly and re-
Time Gentle Necromancy.
"Ve-s I love her but sue Is tire
years older than l am."
"Don't lot that stop you: when you
have been married ten years she will
be five years younger than you are."
The Floral Treatment.
She was unquestionably a stout
woman. She occupied more than one
person's share of space in the street
car and miile overshadowed her trim
companion. "You really ought to try
something" said her friend in reply
to an aside from the stout lady herself
regarding her weight. "A woman I
know reduced herself 20 pounds In a
very few months by taking a treat-
ment. I can find out what It was If
"You're very kind" said the stout
lady "but I've quite given tip trying to
get thin. Oh. I know"
i " " i'i".Miimtf 1. per cent of; cannot induce me to take up any new
nu men nr county taxes; and orders I aa. J tie last one I tried settled that
tiie railroads to pay or complete Dav- i Tnpy rnilie me imagine that I was a
uiMuiiiui my swuylng in the summer
breeze side to side! i decided that
was ridiculous for a woman of
weight and so "
"Perhaps you dldn
The House of Quality
307 Chic. Ave.
j menu of the remaining s;j per rent of
1 the county and other local taxes as-
sessed against ' them within the -next
forty days and to give bond for the
remaining 17 per cent in case on final
hearing they lose
The decision effects all similar cases
either in the Kastern or Western districts.
If It Isn't Better
than the kind von nt-r ndnd
more than one cake nf Wu vi;.o
ISut it is better; and you will buy more.
V . . -."11 Jl 1 t 1 r . . '
uu win i vo nnp u hdr. v .. mi n
' uviu;. 1 uu Will lIKe It
better than any laundry soap you have ever used.
hIS fe? H JtJk? fiood. feels ood smells good
much alkali urc as do soaps that contain too
But it cleans. And that is what
soap ought to do. That is
what Bob White Soap docs.
rivA If . fair
trial.' suggested her friend.
"Pet-hay not my husband muie in
Just whc 1 as being a lily and he-"
".Men lif-ver understand do they?"
sa.d he- ft lend Voinh's Comjianlo'n.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 103, Ed. 1 Friday, April 29, 1910, newspaper, April 29, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733109/m1/2/: accessed June 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.