Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 103, Ed. 1 Friday, April 29, 1910 Page: 3 of 12
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CmCSASHA DAILY ZXtHLZZ CIlICTtASllA OKLAHOMA. "
I CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS
George II. Evans Editor
Buyce P. Smith Manaukr
CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA APRIL 29 1910
One year delivered by carrier $4.80
Six months delivered by carrier.. 2.40
Three months delivered by carrier 1.20!
Ouu month delivered by carrier.. .40 j
There is a tidal waive or Democracy
rising in the hearts of the people of
this country. Whether the Democratic
party rides on its crest or its smoth-
ered beneath it depends upon the
Democratic party being Democratic.
If the party is dominated by the agents
of special privilege it will not benefit
by this growing sentiment against
privilege. If the party anywhere bows
down to the Golden Calf and prosti-
tutes Jtaelf to the greed of special in-
terests this tidal wave will sweep It
iuiu uenneu ueieui. )
Thomas Jefferson taught that the
leaders of the party must hold their
power by heeding the just demands
of the "people not by hushing them.
When a breach occurs between the '
leaders of the party and the masses in
any state the party must either have
new leaders or Its disaster is near. It)
the Democratic party is to succeed !t ;
must be progressive not reactionary.)
There is a battle going on in this sec-1
tion today between progress and re-i
action between dollars and men be-
tween money and iiiou.ls between
privilege and equal rights. If the Dem-
ocratic party i true to Its ideals' it
must stand for progress and put men
above dollars morals above money
and equal lights above privilege 'if
the party is not true to Its own princi-
ples. It cannot expect the people to be
true to It.
There has been too much sitoutiuirj
if iiiirtv mimes nml too little leitrhinir!
of the principles that political parlies
are supposed to stand for. We have
reached the point in this country that
when a man pays he Is a Democrat or
it Republican it does not necessarily
reflect the principles of government In
which he believes in and if he ex- j
presses the principles of government In j
wbk'i he believes we cannot tell from
that what political party he belongs to.
The hope of the nation must be In the
principles of Democracy and w hat the
Democratic party needs is to take a
affirmative stand for t'lem. There Is
an Independent spirit abroad in the
land Unlay and It Is to this spirit that
f imum !-"- ' - !
. ........ -ru.. ... ..tiiut
vines lh? people not what it proposes
to do for Itself but what it can do lor
them. An aggressive tight for pro-
gressive Ideas will do more in win-
ning political battles than all the gold
that could be poured into the party
If the Republican party does not rep-
resent piivUegi'. then it has no reason
for existence for the Democratic party
represents the other side founded as it
was upon the maxim "Equal rights to
all special prlvih'K'-s 'o none.
motto embraces every essential of real
Democracy. Wh.'tcver the political
problem before tiri we may safely seeh
It solution by this rule. Hon. Joseph
W. Folk in Norman E. Mack s National
Monthly for Ak'L
BASIS OF CHICKASHAS GREAT-
The following letter from K. V. Fer-
guson special agent of the t'nited
-States Drpartment of Agricuhure. to
S.cretary Kirkptrlek. should be care-
fully read und itid red ly every citi-
zen of Chickasha. It brings out the
basis of Chickasha' greatness and
points the way to larger development
FOR MEN ONLY
The Best By Test
Regal Shoes and
Oxfords $3.50 and $4
Nettleton Shoes and
Oxfords $5.50 and $6
VVKAli THIS UEST. IT COSTj
YOU LESS. 1
FOR SALE ONLY BY
J D. Treadvel
215 Chickasha Ave. .
TELEPHONE NO. 43
OF GRADY COUNTY
the PostofRce at Chickasha
as second class mail matter.
One week delivered bjf carrier.- 10
One year by mail '. 4.00
Six months by mail 2.00
Three mouths by mail
Single copy -
in the future.
.Miiico Okla. April 24 1910. Clias.
C. K'.rltpatrlck Secretary Chamber of
Commerce Chickasha Okla.: Dear
Sir I rote with pleasure your vlewj
relative to boosting Chickasha. Name-
ly develop our agricultural res mrces.
Now I am frank to admit ilia-. I am
an iu" i( uUural crank but let me cell
you no man can study the pis; agri-
culuual history and so judpe the tu-.
ture by the past without becoming
Our people now have a creat com-
I mereial Interest built up at Chicka
sha but let mo tell you it Is at 'be
txpense of checking on what we Live
Ritpposcd to be an unlimited deposit
which is our natural fertile soils.
There are no doubt men In Grady coun-
ty who can go to our bankers and se-
cure :. leUer of authorisation to chee.'i
certain business but
you abuse t'.ls by continu al check-
iiij:. and re-deposit nothing v ? all un-
ilerstand that lr wouM reach a limit
and to it is with our ?o!l depo.-it
Uraciy county is one of th? greatest
i and Las a land are-t of 64512 J acres
."i:h u't. .ban 400otu acres under
?arm control and not ove- 2."00'JC
acres it; cultivation. With a total
j ai reat"; devoted to co.n in the season
! of VJfts of 1 10000 acr-:s. our yle'd was
i grea.er in Lushels than was Cad !c-
.;i only with 107 M0 aces. Now th2iv
Ij a :i a son for this ?.:id 1 wan: to show
; on tht.t It b a naws? reaso?. from
thl. K.-.tural feet t'au we hav about
42 :iiilu of the WasnUa ri'er as the
crow ."lies l y reason of the angling
direction through oir county. This
valley is In width from two to six
miles wide making an average of four
which would contain 107 (KM) acres;
go with mo to the north part of the
county and I can show tojou an equal
amount of Canadian valley and level)
table landrf such fertility not equalej
In Oklahoma. Add these two ind we
have a total of 211000.
Now with all these natural condi-
tions is it any wonder that Grady
county produced these yields? Has
the Grady county farmer any right to
say we did It? Have the business men
f 'hlf-L-auh. nv- -t.ht tn R!1v that if
was through their influence that this
yield was made? No my friend it was
the natural conditions and the fertility
contained in our fertile soils.
But let me tell you that there is one
proposition that the business men of
Chickasha can congratulate themselves;
upon. And It Is this: they supplied to'
me a fund w ith which to buy seed corn j
lor urauy county tanners w ime ice.
results were not wnai i nau uopeu im.
nor perhaps w hat the donors expected.
Hut let me give you an average illus-
tration of the results of this co-operation.
Roy B. Hunt of Alex a school
boy succeeded In producing 52 bush-
1 of corn per acre while his father on
j the same farm produce-d 23 bushels.
the Hunt records show &2 bush
els and this a bad season while 1 41000 ;
acres In a good season averaged but
2S bushels. Now this is just double
our average on our 4000000 crop of
Would 000004) extr.i bushels of
corn be worth anything to the people
of Grady county?
Mr. Kirkpatriclc. this letter is now
too long but I want to congratulate
you for the judgment show n'' in the
building of a country and city. But let
me predict great as Is your commer
cial Interest today your future is
greater than the dreams of any real
estate man in Chickasha. Oilier sec-
tions may drill holes get natural gas
and flowing oils build cities through
excitement and their wells run dry.
tr) ...K- lli'il.lt tlintr lirti'l.- i;trill'.
1 ; ;.. . . . .
lures but Chickasha Is constructed
on an agricultural foundation that
will never run dry under proper man-
agement. F. F. FERGfSON.
: WRITTEN BY A MAN.
When all the dust is settled down
Atid woman has the ballot box
Will she sew buttons on our coats.
Will she diirn the holes in our socks'
If the tin prove to u. that she
Will do these things as once she did
Ere suing by the mad suffrage bee
We'll help her to it. That's no kid.
A Many Local People Ah6 Tetifying.
The Root Juice Insruetors made
many lasting friends while here. Their
wonderful remedy has done worlds of
good at this point and rporta of cures
are being circulated from every direc-
tion. The drug store is more busy
than ever wrapping up Root Juice and
listening to the many flattering reports
of the great good It Is doing.
Mrs. Sarah Collins ald: "1 used
to bloat so at time I could hardly get
my breath; sour gases would form In
my stomach and dull heavy headaches
were at times so bad I felt a would
go crazy; my tongue coated and I al-
ways had a bad taste in my mouth. Mi-
hands and feet were cold at times and
a otner times tuey wu.u uu.u didate .representative from
fire but thank my good stars after j couaty th(J 1(;(lilature sub-
hearing so much about Root Juice 1 1 acUm w Democratic
went tn the drtiir store and bought a!J
bottle of it and after using the first
bottle I went back and bought two
more bottles. 1 have used it all and
don't think I will need any more as I
feel as well as 1 ever did In my life."
Root Juice seems to re good for any
trouble of the stomach. It is sold for
one dollar a bottle or three for two
dollms and a half at II. J. Browuson' j
COMMITS BIBLE TO MEMORY.
' William Frederick Jr. a traveling
salesman for a large Hour plant at
Duluth Minn. has been in the city for
several days. Mr. Frederick bears the
distinction so far an he is aware of
being the only person who ever com-
mlilorl thn rtttilo tn niemnrv
He is a friend of Alexander M. Rush W. T. Cloud announces as a candi-
of this city who is w ell acquainted ; date for treasurer of Grady county suu-
with the Frederick family The one j jc-ct to the action of the Democrats.
who committed the Bible to memory i' " : I
w hile not -be a member of any pj; iicu-j John W. Fitcb announces his candi-
lar church has. made such a sfidy ol
the Dib'e that he can repeat any pass-
age in it from Genlsis to Revelat'ans
and state where it is found.
He was eighteen years eommitt.ng
the Bible" to memoi v. His object J.n
doing so was not for th purpose of
arguing Scripture or of making a dls
play of his wonderful knowledge along
that line but simply for his own ben-
efit and his love for the Holy "Word.
Fairmont (Minn.) News.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Compiled by the Grady County
4 Abstract Company 108
North Third Street
April 28 1910.
R. M. Cavett and wife to Thos. B.
Losey 4-2S-10 tiW lots 13 and 16
block 4 Steele's First addition Chick-
asha. Charles T. Williams and wife to
Blalue Jones 4-28-10 $3000 $3000
W!fc NE; N14 NW SE 19-9-3.
James E. Hinds and wife to Inez
Garland 4-28-10 $200 lot. 8 block 2.
Rock Island addition to Chickasha.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
Madame DeVon' and her trained
troupe of dogs and cats; they are the
best in their line. Don't fail to see
f0(. he agt three days of thla
Power of the Press."
"Kate Against Him.'
"Three Queens and a Jack."
SAD DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL.
Snfrley May the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. 1$. Hemphill of Cement
died last night at the home of her
aunt Mrs. Roy Conley after several
days of pitiful suffering with blood
poisoning. It Is believe.; the poisoning
came from the use of a rusty Instru-
ment used about three weeks ao in
some dental work and the poison wu
not discovered early enough L check i
it. The little girl who was only seven
years old retained her consciousness
to the last.
The body was taken overliu. l to Ce-
ment and interred in Pleasant Hill
Terra!. Okla. April .20. After
searching all day for the Chalmers
pnthfindiug party under the leader
ship of Dan Lewis who is laying out
1 . . . ....
the route for the Glldden tourists the
Oklahoma City party arrived here late
last night without any news from the
pathfinders. Telephones were put into
play and the party was located aT De-
catur Texas. The Oklahoma delega-
tion will go forward to meet the vis.
iters In the morning und the croHsinxj
of the Red river will be made over the
Rock Island bridge.
DEATH TAKES INFANT.
The infant of Mr. and Jack Lninmas
corner of Ninth street und Oklahoma
avenue died yesterday morning The
babe was 21 ila.vs oij. Funeral son-
'ic.PA werft held-today.
Ceurgo A. llrowa announced hid can-
didacy for J.he office of sheriff subject
to the action ol the Democratic voters
at the primary.
John. C. Dewia announce his candi-
dacy for the' office of eherlff of Orziy
county eubjuct to the Democratic
M. IJ. Louthan announces that he is
a candidate for (sheriff or Grady coun-
ty subject to the action of the Demo-
cratic voters. .
E. W. Frey of Amber aunouncea as(
Uobert L. Glover of Hush Springs an-
nounces his candidacy for representa-
tive in the legislature from Grady
county subject to the Democratic pri-
mary. Henry J. Miller of Chickasha an-
nounce9 that be is a candidate for rtp-
resentative in the legislature from
Grady county subject to the Demo-
J. F. Tandy of Amber announces that
he is a candidate for representative
from Grady county subject to the Dem-
dacy for treasurer of Grady county
subject to the action of the Demo-
crats. V. S. Kllgore announces bis Candi-
dacy for the office of county treasurer
subject to the action of the Democrats
In the primary.
II. 11. Wilson announces aa candi-
date for county treasurer eubjeet to
the Democratic primary.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
John M. Penn of Pocasset hereby an-1
ncuncea for the ofrice of county com-
missioner District No. 1 (northern)
subject to the Democratic primary.
Sell I'ursley announces that be is
a candidate for county .commissioner
for the southern district of Grady
county subject to the Democratic pri-
mary. T. G. Windle of Ninnekah an-
nounces that he is a candidate for
county commissioner district No. 3
(south end) subject to the action of
FOR DISTRICT CLERK.
J. li. Callaham announces as a can-
didate for the nomination for district i
clerk subject to the Democratic prl-j
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
Joe D Lindsay announces bis can-
did" . for the nomination for county
' clerk subject to the action of the
Democrats In the. primary August 2.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS.
Geo. W. Petty announces as a can-
didate for the office of register of
deeds subject to the action of the
Democrats August 2.
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.
G. F. Newell of Ninnekah announces
a? a candidate for county superintend-
ent of schools subject to the- action of
Mrs. Edgar Hale of Tuttle announ -
ce3 her candidacy for the office of
county superintendent of schools sub-
ject to the action of the Democrats.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
II. lllair announces that he is a can-
didate for county attorney subject to
the action of the Democrat's.
It. W. Sucpard announces that he Is
a candidate for couuty attorney- sub-
ject to 1 he Deivjicratlo primary.
John 11. Venaule announces that h
i is a candidate for county attorney sub-
jeet to tho Democratic primary.
Will T. Chaffin of liailey announces
that he 'i a candidate for county
j weigher subject to the Democratic
' -.A.' r
All Carpets Laid
1 l y
' f.f ' f fW III
Plain and upholstered now going cheap. 20 per cent discount.
Rockers as per cut only $20.00
Others in leather guaranteed our big value for only
$14 $18 and $6.40.
Plain Rockers from $1.95 and up.
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
T. P. Moore announces that he is a
candidate for jiutice of the peace of
Chicliasha township subject to the ac-
tion of the Democrats.
J. D.' Vance announces that he is a
candidate for justice of the peace of
Chickasha township subject to the
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
N. M. "Williams announces that he
Is a candidate for county judge sub-
ject to the action of the Democratic
primary Aug. 2.
'"William Stacey announces that he is
a candidate for county judge subject
to the Democratic primary.
FOR STATERS EN ATOR.
Geo. W. Barefoot announces that he
is a candidate for state senator from
Grady couuty Fiftee.'ith senatorial dis
trict for the four-year term subject to ;
the action of the Denocratis voters.
S T. Colleps of Alex announces that j
he is a candidate for state senator!
from Grady county. Fifteenth district!
subject to the Democratic primary. ;
William Ha.lett. of Fort Cobb an
nounces that he' is a candidate fori
state senator Caddo county Fifteenth j
senatorial district subject to the Dt'iti-I
H. D. Gunnells announces his candi-j
dacy for constable of Chick.isha town-j
j s!li)j 6UUj(;t.t to the action of the Dem-i
j cratlc primary.
Ed Estes announces that ho is
candidate for constable of Chickasha
tott-nship subject to the Democratic
Diarrhoea should be cured without
loss of time and by a medicine which
like Chamberlain's Colic Cholera audi SXXJWUWBM 1TP
Diarrhoea Houiedy not only cures
promptly bur. .produces- no unpleasant
tifler effects. It never fails and is
pleasant and sale to take. Sold by
all dealers. .
CHICHESTER S FILLS
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IIIAIiOMI liliWI. I'll.l ..r nr.
-A SOI 0 BY DRITifilSTS EVfRYWHI RE
Leather cane or
Iilain Heats golden
oak and weathered
Slip seat diners
new lot Five chairs
ami one arm. per
set .... $45.00
During our sale 20
per cent discount.
Stair and Hall to match all now
designs only 72c
9x12 Rugs Axmihster only . $18.00
9x1 2 Tapestry for. .... . . . .$10.50
9x12 Ingrain for. . . . ...... .$4.00
9x12 Wilton only.. $36.00
27x54 Rugs only . . . . $1.25
Axminster Carpets per yard $1.08
Velvet Carpet per yard . 72c
Lined and Sewed FREE
LEI ON S
12 CENTS PER DOZEN
Atuorid C. 0. 0 Grocer
Three Story Brick
Bath and Sample Room
Regular Meals 25 cents-
Lunch Counter Always Open
The Midway Cafe Open Day and Night
311 Chickasha Avenue.
J. S. JONES Proprietor
"The Ciiiv'nor" a farci.il comedy in'
tliri'n act.- will. In; given by hoiiii' t ill- f
ent at. Convention llnl! m Friday I
evening April L'tl. It will be given one:
night only under the nasplces if tlie;
F.pwor'li League'. Tin.' c.-ist includes
fit't"''-u well Known und prominent pco-i
pie besides the special numbers to be I
fiirtiislteil by some of the leading ttil-!
ent of Chiekaslui'. Tickets may be i
I seeut'i.il at uivsiejs me uvvi. jacivnuiii
j & I.euiou's Mi'Gehee's and reserved
j seats at ErowDcou's.
v Steftui Heat
Wanted Old Furniture
Want to buy old Furniture.
1 Will pay cash or exchange
new furniture for sarnc.
r!W S. Und. ' l'hir.; -t 12.
CHICKASHA MERCHANTS CAN
SUPPLY ALL YOU N E. L O li AN!)
THE PPICES ARE RIGHT.
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