Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910 Page: 2 of 6
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASIIA OKLAHOMA.
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LINIMT.NT FOR KXTKRNAI. USK.
r-M r iin most valuable dualities of M-ther's Friend is
The Man She
that It safe-guards the future health of the mother. It is a
Lr.Imer.t to be applied externally to the body the mo of
which lubricates the muscles and tendons softens the glands
and docta prevents Jumps forming in the breasts and relieves the pain nervous
ucss nausea and other troubles from which no many expectant mothers suffer.
When Mother's Friend is used regularly it fits and prepares the system for an
asy and natural consummation of the term. Women who massage with this'
great liniment are always saved much suffering when baby comes and recover
more quickly and without ill effects. Mother's I'rieud is sold at drug stores.
Write for our free book for expectant motnera.
THE URAUrtLLD CO. ATLANTA GA.
To the Public
Our competitors in hoIm-It inii busi-
boss tell you what they can do ii.nl j
what they are going In .tin. Yu: whoj
have hfcii here any ten.' !i .l Muiei
know what thev did. We ar nol
(First Published he:'.. V.. l it:).)
Slate of Oklahoma Grady County ss.
II. S. Kimball et al Plaintiffs vs.
W. II. Poland ami M. J. Poland De-
1 f nilri'iis.
Notice is hereby given thai by virtue
or ail order ( me mrecud aim now in
my hands issued out of the clerk's of-
fice (if (ho district court state of Ok-
i Inborn:! in and for the iniinty of
i Gradv. uiion a judgment in a suit and
Ingyou anything but what we .r.M.vj rr(.s.e of a rlgape rendered in
10 dr.; and have (l.uie. We ban i".lU eouit in favor of the plaintiffs
rtucrd the price of current .... per e..i j U( -t.:jMMt . .lefeudants. the follow-
in Ht)9. We have undoubtedly mem- inf. .. ... v Mvi-; Utl
venienced y at. soe time; "' UV(.v.fh( Wo V forlv-five
know (bat Ii was for a very few niln-l .Uy of niifkashn. Grady
utes; while our duplicate plait. was -(iiit y Oklahoma
being started. You know Ihat i Alul j s)ia fn Saturday Iho 22nd
your service has been vast-! jav j;nunry. A. 1). 1910. at. the front
door of the court bouse at Iho hour of
'' o'eloi k i .ni. in the city of Chicka-
sha in said county ami state proceed
to sell the right till and interest of
the above named defendants in and
to tht! above described property to sat-
isfy said judgment and costs amount-
ing to Il2.11.!i5; together with all ac-
ly improved; and with our two new
wheels and generators will combine
to Improve . We do not solicit y our
business on friendship but. we do
think we deserve it on our merits.
Than kins iir patrons for favors in
IfmH and hoping to continue them the
presenr year. We will appreciate any
new business that the public sees fit
to give us arid all consumers can rest
assured that every one is on the same
basis as we play no favorites. All not
some of our stockholders are. resi-
dents of Chickasha:
C. 13. ROSS
The Busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Chamber-
lain's Stomach and l.iver Tablets.
Th?y do the. work whenever you re-
quire their aid. These tablets change
weakness into strength listlessness in-
to energy gloominess into joyonsness.
Their action is so gentle one doesn't
realize they have taken a purgative.
Sold by fill dealers. D&W
crtiing I'osts of sale at public auction
to tha highest bidder for cash.
M. B. Lout ban
Sheriff firady County Oklahoma
By (J. W. Yearta
Taylor & l-inn
Dated at Chickasha Oklahoma this
10th day of December 190!!.' 12-13-I10
(Published January 11 HMO.)
ORDINANCE NO. 407.
An ordinance appropriating certain
moneys to the payment of certain ac-
counts and expenses.
lie It ordained by the Mayor and
the City Council of the City of Chick-
Section 1 That the sum .of $12.-
155.55 is hereby appropriated for tie-
purpose of paying bills upon the fol-
lowing funds and .which bills have
heretofore been allowed by the City
Contingent and Supply.
Street and bridge 20.H1.H0
Operating . . KMUio
Salary ;... MuC.ia
Street lighting . o27.(!0
City Hall 115.10
Watei . t;si;s.!n
(First Published rfto. ?. 1!l00.)
State of Oklahoma Grady County ss.
W. K. Kvans J'laintirf vs. Herman
Notice in hereby given that by vir-
tue of . order to me directed and
now in my bands issued out of the
clerk's office of the district court
state of Oklahoma in and for Grady
county upon a judgment In a suit and
for foreclosure of ti mortgage render-
ed in said court in favor of the plain-
tiff and against the defendant the
following described property to-wit:
Lots ten (10) eleven (II) In block
twenty-four (21) in the town of minco
Grady county Oklahoma.
And that. I shall Saturday the 22nd
day of January A. I). 11)10 at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. in the city of
j Chickasha. at the front door of the court
r.oo.ftj house in said county and state proceed
Total ........ 12155.55
And the Mayor -and the City clerk
are hereby directed to draw warrants
on said funds in favor' of the persons
to whom said hills were alliAved
Passed ami approved this the filli
day of January I'.HO.
W. M. HOWARDS Mayor.
Attest JOK DICWS city Clerk.
to sell the-right. title and interest of
the above named defendant in and to
the above described property to satisfy
said judgment and costs together with
all accruing eosls of sale at public
unction to the highest bidder for cash.
M. P.. Loulhtui
Sheriff Grady County Oklahoma.
By O. W. Yearta
F. R. ItMillf
Dated at. Chickasha Oklahoma this
J0! h day of December. BIO!). 12 13-20
Plenty of old papers for sale it the
Daily Express office very cheap. tf
FOR COUGHS and COLDS.
TOR WEAK SORE LUNGS ASTHMA
THROAT and LlirJG
r- trnwmm amn fix m
I K iu V led turn r '
I re(ird Dr. King's Hew Discovery as the grandest medicine of
modern times. One bottle completely cured me of a very bad
cough which was sU.adily growing wotse under other treatments.
EARL SHAMBURG Codell Kas.
PRICE 50c AND S.I.OO
coin iv n rti n Mttrrn ov r
THE BROWN DRUG COMPANY
When the two women who had not
visited all nlht together for 12 yearn
got ready to go to bed the older one
"You don't mind my tiaylng my
prayer out loud do you! Somehow
I have hud a very foolish notlou about
praying for the last few years. I
Imagine God tan hear better if 1 nay
things out loud."
The back parlor tenant aald "Cer-
tainly 1 don't mind" and there was
a guilty tremor In her voice as she
said it for she remembered that it
had been cjuite awhile since she had
nald her prayers out loud or any
other way except when in church.
"And bless that man whom I saw
on the Northern Pacific railroad and
the one that 1 met that day on Adams
street in . Chicago.'' Baid the older
The back parlor tenant did not say
anything until the lights were turned
out. Then she said:
"I don't want to appear Inquisitive
but if you don't iiuiud. 1 wisli you
would tell me what you meant by
praying for those 1 wo men. Don't
tell if you would rather not but it
really did sound queer."
"One of them came east over the
Northern Pacific road when I did.
1 don't know his name. I was so
worried that 1 didn't pay much atten-
tion to blin. 1 paid 80 little attention
to him in fact that live minutes after
be had left the train 1 could hardly
remember what he looked like. I
have a faint remembrance that he
was tall and Blight and rather poorly
dressed and that be had a very kind
face. He must have had a kind face
because my little boy took such a
fancy to him. The child was a lit-
tle fellow then only eight months
old and he grew very fretful on the
long trip. When people found 1 was
traveling across the continent alone
they were very kind and offered to
help take care of the child but no-
body could do much except that man.
"1 did however open my heart a
little to an old lady who was also
kind and told her 1 should strike Chi-
cago almost penniless and that I did
not know what I should do. Shortly
after confiding in her the man tame
and said good-by. We were nearitig
his station and he wished me a safe
journey the rest of the way and good
luck at the end. 1 do not even re-
member the name of his station but
I know It was somewhere near Fargo.
We hailed each other for the last
time as the train passed 'on and I
noticed then how worn his clothes
"A few minutes after we left the
towu the old lady visited me again.
She had something better than gentle
words that time she had money a
ten-dollar bill. The man had Intrust-
ed It to her to give to me. It was a
little sum only ten. dollars but it
looked aa big as the aide of a houae
to me then and I have no doubt that
It looked equally big to the man and
that It meant quite a sacrifice to part
with it. 1 have often wished that I
could thank htm but there has been
no way. 1 don't know his address I
don't know his name but he kept me
from actual want in the kindest most
delicate way a man could devise to
assist a woman and with all my
heart I bless him for it.
"The Adams street man was also
a friend In need. He overtook me one
day when 1 was going home fairly
heartbroken. I had gone downtown
expecting something to come my way
that day but nothing did. I had ex-
pected a letter with money In it. I
got none. 1 had expected work; I
got none. I was literally at the end
of the atring and things looked des-
perately dark in the shadow of a big
wholesale house not far from the
bridge a man came up and spoke to
me I suppose he meant to strike up
a flirtation although why any man in
his senses should wish to flirt with
such a distressed looking creature as
I was 1 cannot imagine. I don't re-
member what he said but whatever
it was It net me crying. I was so
miserable that It didn't take much to
do that. And then presently 1 talked.
I must have been out of my senses
t- talk so to a perfect stranger. I
o'4 him In an Incoherent sort of way
tbit 1 had been disappointed about
the letter and about the work and
that 1 was going back to the child
with nothing absolutely nothing.
"'Good God!' he ald. 'Good God!'
"And then I felt him press some-
thing into my band.
" 'You poor child' he Bald 'take
this for a Christmas present for the
boy' It lacked but a few days to
Christmas 'and may Heaven help
"Before I could clear my eyes of
tears he was gone but he had left a
live-dollar bill in my band. I never
saw the man again. I wouldn't know
him even If I saw him but 1 bless
him. too. Of course many others
have crossed my path whom 1 re
member gratefully but the world Is
running over with people who are
helpful and 'kind but somehow those
two men seem different from all the j
rest. It may sound queer to bear me j
bpeuk of them so no doubt it floes j
.but 1 should be a despicable Ingrate I
If I ever forgot them and no matter !
who they are or what they are or j
where they are. they will have some- i
body to pray for them a long an J
The back pallor tenant wiped her
eyes on the pillow and the first thing J
the knew she was praying for a ;
score of people who had bttu kind I
to her . I
By MAX ADELEK
Keyser has on his farm as a band
an Irishman named Pat Doolan. One
of Mr Doolun's duties is to ta'-.e care
of a team of mules. They are very ec-
centric mules and some of his experi-
ences with thern have b?n peculiar.
One day last winter the near mule by
one of those extraordinary accidents
which never happen to any four-legged
animal but a mule managed while
rubbing his hind quarters against a
board fence to get his tail through a
hole In one of the boards. Keyset's
boy saw It there and seizing a tough
stick tied the tail of the mule firmly
to It; and when the mule found that
be could not get away he stood there
as calmly as Jf he never expected any-
thing else. After awhile Mr. Doolan
called the mule several times with-
out producing tuy motion from tho
animal. Thereupon In a furious rage
he rushed at it with a club and whack-
ing it over I he head said:
"Won't mind won't ye Be the pow-
ers I'll knock the head off of ye if
Then he hit the brute another blow
and the mule making one convulsive
effort pulled down four panels of
fence and starting at a trot ran the
fence against Mr. Doolan knocked him
down scraped the fence over him
tore his clothes and knocked the skin
off of him in half a dozen places. When
lie arose the mule was flying around
the barn-yard with four boards and a
post still hanging to its tail. Mr.
Doolan looked at the animal a min-
ute and then exclaimed:
"Mother of Moses! But I'd give a
thousand dollars to know how that
baste iver fixed that Btlck on his tall
and crawled through the hole In the
Mr. Doolan and his wife lived on the
farm In a little cabin In the corner of
a field. One night the mules were pas-
turing in the field and in order to
keep them from jumping the fence
they were tied together by a rope of
considerable length. Mr. Doolan's
house has no cellar but is supported
by bricks placed beneath the four
corners. The mules during the night
wandered one on one side of the cabin
and one on the other and as soon as
the rope became taut both of them
pulled. A second later the cabin slid
off the bricks and came to the ground
with a thump. Mr. and Mrs. Doolan
awoke in great agitation and Mr. Doo-
"What the dlvil's that Is it an alrth-
Then the mules gave another jerk
and Mr. Doolan said:
"Begorra it is! D'ye feel that now?
Shakin' like a slftp in a gale!"
Mr. Doolan ran for the door In-
tending to escape before the roof fell
In but the door opens outward and
the rope was against it. Then he
concluded that it was not an earth-
quake but robbers and he went to
the window to reconnolter. The mules
were on the blind side of the house
giving an occasional tug. Mr. Doolan
looked out of the window in front and
could see nothing; he gazed from the
window on the left side nnd nothing
was there; he peeped through the
casemerit on the right side and noth-
ing appeared. Then he was scared
and he said:
"Biddy acushla but don't It bate
Banagher? 1 believe it's the ould boy
At that moment the mules united in
a pull and they succeeded in turning
the cabin completely upside down;
the bedstead the stove and the crock-
ery were piled upon the Doolans as
they lay against the celling in a man-
ner that was awful to behold.
Half-wild with fright they crept to
the window and reached the open air.
It was a moonlit night and the mules
were grazing close by with the rope
around the pump. Mr. Doolan under-
stood the situation in a moment and
he expressed his opinion of those ani-
mals in the Ballyhudeen dialect with
such yigor and vociferousness that he
started all the roosters for miles round
Next morning he resigned but he
reconsidered his determination . after
Keyser fixed the cabin up again for
him and he is still chief engineer of
that team. He ties the mules In the
stable now at night though.
Made Sure of Saving Pump.
Simeon Jones was usually one of
the most trusted men in the neighbor-
hood but in times of unusual excite-
ment no one ever called ou him for
One morning Simeon's house caught
lire and as the fire had got quite a
start before it was discovered the only
thing to be done was to save as much
as possible of the furniture.
The crowd Ihat had gathered were
working as hard as they could and had
emptied the dining-room and the par-
lor and were about to enter the living-
room when they found that a spark
had started a new blaze in the carpet
just at the entrance of the room.
"Get me a pail of water quick!"
shouted one of the men and Simeon
made a bound toward the well which
was just outside the kitchen door but
lo his utter dismay there was no pump
"What everlastin' fool pulled up my
pump?" roared Simeon as he rushed
back to lue living room In great con-
fusion. "Well 1 swan Simeon 1 wondered
where you was takiu' that pump to"
drawled Sam Bates who just a few
minutes before had seen Simeon exert
the sirength of seven men as he
pulled up the pump and dragged It
tuviy from the tire The Housekeeper.
For Sale at the
Real Estate Mortgages
Release of Mortgage
Bills of Sale
Notices of Protest
Constable Sale Notice
These Blanks are all Statutory Forms and Guaranteed
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
NEW BOOKS AT THE
Following Is-a list of new books re-
ceived at the Carnegie Public Library:
Arabian Arabian Nights.
Carpenter Geographical Readers
One Syllable Series colored illustra-
tions Life of Lincoln History of the
United States Swiss Family Robin
son. T?ohlnn-i.U-i't!.otuciimeS Come lfl
fgust Cut and scrape the corn
m six ears of corn. Boil the cobs
a quart of water for 30 minutes re-
tave the cobs add the corn to the
kter and simmer on the back of th
ybv9 until It Is very tender. Put it
Fougb. a vegetable presser. There
jould be about a pint of liquid left
u it enouia be thick and creamy.
d this to a quart of scalded milk
you can afford a little cream so
kch the better aud season liberallv
h salt pepper and butter. Serve
Dickens The Chimes illustrated.
Finley Martha Elsie Dinsmore
Elsie at Roselands Elsie's Mother-
hood Elsie's Widowhood.
Fitch Clark Cruise of the Training
Ship From Port to I'ort.
Fox Margaret How Christmas
Came to the Mulvanes The Country
Christmas Garrison A Cadet's Honor.
On Guard West. Point "Rivals.
Johnston Annie F. Little Colonel's
House Party Little Colonel's Maid of j
"-mor. Little Colonel's Knight Camel
(First Published Dec. 20 10011)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
cKellogg Frank E. Four Boys on the
lntOiiv.10 vrin-nnl P Tim At a n Without
'or two small date pies wash two cups
dates lightly and soak in boillne
Iter for five minutes. Drain press
rougn a sieve add two cups of
ilk a pinch of salt one-quarter even
aapoon of cinnamon and a fewgrat-
gs of nutmeg. Add a little sugar
jtlcb. must be measured by the taste
jt will not be much. Add two beaten
s and bake in two small paste
lee plates. If the family be large the
) can be baked in one large plate.
crusts may be used if preferred
jst the top crust with powdered
gar and serve vhen cool.
Dvil's Food Cake.
pne cupful of grated chocolate one
bful of sugar one cupful of milk
k of oDe egg. Mix sugar and egg
fether add chocolat then milk.
!l until a little thick and let It cool
til the second part Is ready.
ne cupful of sugar one-half cup-
of butter two eggs three-fourths
a cupful of milk. Cream butter.
sugar then eggs one at a time.
fen add milk and first part Three
fuls of flour is netted three fea-
fenfuls of baking powder one tea-
fin vanilla extract
Iar'Country Ten Times One Is Ten.
fcXl;'llenty G. A. In the Heart of the
lekics When London Burned.
THIl.ong Following the Deer
Major Chas. Uncle Tom Andy Bill.
AMende L. T. Sweet Girl Graduate
LeirMetoalf Susonne World of Girls.
Ida MoleRWorlh Two LHtle Frleiids-in
the H way.
nas SEES MOTHER GROW YOUNG.
and t W0ii he hard to overstate the
JIr- 'uiderful change In my mother since
l began to u.so Elect rb:
ites Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick
th Me. "Although past
70 she j
In the Matter of the Estate of John
Notice Is hereby kIvpp In pursuance
of an order of tho county court of the
county of Grady state of Oklahoma
made on the lfirh day of December
I 18(19 the undersigned administrator
j of the estate of John Sweeney de-
' ceased will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder subject to confirms-
I tion by said court on WediKTday the
' IL'ih day of January 1510 at o'clock
i p. m. at the front door of the court
j hout-e in the city of Chickasha Grady
! county' Oklahoma all tho right title
j and interest of said John Sweeney d.
jciased In and to the following de-
j scribed real estate situate in Grady
Lots number twelve (12) thirteen
(!!!) and fourteen (H) In block num-
ber seventy -eight (7N) In the cHy of
Said real estate will be sold on tin
j following terms ami conditions tow It:
j Ten per cent of purchase priet to be
paid in cash to I he auctioneer nt time
j of sale and balance to be paid when
j sale Is confirmed and conveyance exe-
iace the thin paper that comes
iind brick butter on top ct butter
cut Tbenaner ju rjiove -ith 1
tns really to bo growing young
a co'iin. ' She suffered untold misery
It '8 m dyspepsia for L'O years. At last
trout. coli( neither cat drink nor sleep. J
tIonSt(il s g;tvo her up ami all remedies (
throa1(1(1 (in Electric Bitters worked such j
dealeMj.s fnr jr h.'alth." They in-j
torate all vital organs cure liver
kidney troubles Induce sleep ini i
owm. t strength and appetite. Only f.lic j
Dated tho 20th
day of December
CHICHESTER S PILLS
fr'Sw-' I'll'" "' ' "I4 ii.'l.llKV
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Brown H- Co.'s.
uUMoNn itittMt I'm.... Z
ROOM AND BOARD.
st Class All Modern Conveniences.
MRS. E. SIMS
;one 490. 601 So. Sixth St.
fc-4 kWr m ft
Expansion Flour Corn Meal Mill Run Bran
Pure Wheat Shorts Pure Corn Chops.
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