Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 180, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 29, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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Chickasha. Oklahoma Wednesday Evening July 29 1903
Pi S E IS
AtlB GLADLY ACCEPTS
Reads the Speech That Was Carefully Edited
by his Friend Teddy-Hot Shot
:.uthri July 29. In' the district
court here today Judge Huston over-
ruled the governor's motion to dismiss
the oil case but arguments on the mer-
its of the case were stopped by a tem-
porary writ of prohibition issued by
the supreme court.
'Attorney General West started a suit
against the Prairie Oil Co. and Gov
ernor Haskeii through his attorney
filed a motion to dismiss the case on
the grounds that the attorney general
has no authority to institute a suit
without being directed to do so by the
After having the oil case investigat-
ed the governpr decided that the com-
pany was not violating the law.
Cincinnati July 29. 'Iffld-t'ly noti-
fied of bis nomination for the presi-
dency by the republican parly W illiam
H Taft standing on the portico of his
brother's home In thin city the city
of his nativity accepted the honor
pledged snew his allegiance tc the pol-
icies of Presides Roosevelt ai d de-
clared that the chief function of h-
next ".publican admiui-ira'.on wi I
(o clinch what has alie.dy been tie
complished by the present occupant of
the While Hocse. In doing this how-
ever Mr. Taft pointed out. in what is
regarded na a conservative ncte in his
ddress that there will be a serious
and dilliiult work to do principally to
deilse ways rnd means I p. whit Ii she
liij'ii leel of biuinesH integrity and
obedience to hv which he (President
Itooseveli) has' established may be
maintained .and departures from it re-
strained without undue interference
with let-'itimate business."
Mr. Taft attacked the democratic
plalform asserting that mot of it's
declarations are niconsislent or disin-
penious. Mr. Bryan's policies were
held up as destructive. The vast au-
dience that beard the candidate fill-
ing porches lawns and streets r.ir-
1 minding the Taft resident end seem-
hit; not 10 inir.d the intense heat
which the direct rays of a midsummer
nun sent down upon it wa". responsive
to Mr. Taft'.i every mood and 'here
were loud cries of "No no" when he
' I submit to these most interested to
wageearners. to farmers and to busi-
ness men whether the introduction
into power of the democratic party
with Mr. Bryan at it's head and with
the bu"lmwi discussion that it openly
advocates as a remedy for presnt
evils will bring abed the needed con-
fidence for a restoration of prosperity."
Mr. Taft spoke for on etour and sev-
en minutes. Because of the intense
heat which he appeared to feel more
keenly beneath the canopy of th spec-
tators' stand than did those in 'he
open lawn he cut his enunciation of
principles in many places passing over
entire sheets of hi Finanuscript at a
lime cxpblnini? Hs eonrse ?nd rearon
therefore In order that his hearers
fight read his entire speech as it was
si von out for pub'ieation.
M. B. A. MEETING
The M. B. A. will have a laree class
for initiation Saturday evening and re-
''eshnients will be served. Every mf m-
ber h(iill be present.
ARE CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING
.1 ::i:d l.iiihc-r Steel were ;; iv !
( cl in llie soul h pat t o' the county v?;-
lerdiiy by le uty llc:dge Bailey on
on charge cf as-saulilnu an oflicer.
They wereshrdltashrd rmfv shr "la x?.
They were brought bete last night and
gae bond this morning for their ap-
pearance for a preliminary trial.
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Assaulted and Robbed Twice in Two
Months-Death Takes Two Children-
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CADDO COUNTY HAS MORE INSUR-
GENTSTHEY PLAN TO FORM
A NEW COUNTY
tw mill wmh
Anadarka July 2S. Petitions ere
out in the northwest townships asking
the governor to call a special election
for voting on the forming of a new
county with WeaiFierford as the coun-
ty seat. The townships affected are
Hydro Caddo Lone Mound and Mound
Valley. The proposed county includes
that part of Blaine lying south o flhe
South Canadian the west third of Cus-
ter county the northeast two town-
ships in Washita county and the four
townships in Caddo. It will have fif-
teen townships as planned with
Thomas Weatherford and Hydro as
It's principal towns.
The population according to the fed-
eral census is above 11000 or a little
k-ss than 4.000 under the constitution-
al limit .ind the territory about six
hundred square miles. The petitions
have been circulated rapidly and will
at once be presented to the governor
with a showing of facts probably be-
fore I he primary election. It is a
move growing out of certain rea es-
tate activities in Weatherford. accord-
ingto information that came to ths
Committee Out Beating the
Bushes Expects to Have
200 Lots Sold Tonight
When the meeting at the opera
house yesterday was over 138 lots
had been sold making a total of
$4! 400 or nearly one third of the
entire sum to be raised for the
bonus and the purchase of the
At the conclusion of the meet-
ing a committee of volunteers
agreed to undertake to sell the re-
mainder of the lots. These men
are D. D. Sayer J. R. Abercrom-
bie J. C. Early Dick McKay and
B. B. Bridges.
It was agreed that the members
of the committee would work as
individuals and they started out on
a still hunt early this morning. It
was expected that the number of
lots sold would reach at least 200
There Is no intention of letting
up in the good work till the en-
tire amount is raised. Numerous
citizens who were not at the meet-
ing yesterday were prompt to re.
spond when called upon today.
The picnic given at Bradley yester-
day to b.iost the voting of school bonds
was a great success and speoches were
enjoyed while the bonds were being
voted for in tt.e ratio of 20 to 1.
The piinclpal address of the after
no"n was made by .lnd;;c Stillwell IT.
Kussell of Anl'uore. and political
i;it ecbes were tuide by Dr. Ridde Win
Stacey Mr. Murphree and Tattle Ax
Several couples In Chickuaha's
younger social set will give a dance in
Convention Hall tomorrow evening.
TliG Growth of this Bank
Founded over uvea jear ago
and with a record of rapid
aad taccenfu! growl2it tail
btnk bat attained iti present
position of prominence in finan-
cial clrclei only throsgb judi-
cious and conservative handling
of fundi intrusted to its care.
It ii with the assurance of a
continuation of past policies
that this hank offers its services
to those seekioz a strong reliable
and safe binkint bouse.
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus
United States Depository
Secretary Allard's Message
The University Heights Addition lots are going pretty rapidly
You'li have to hurry if you get in on the deal.
This lot sale Instead of being a matter of duty is indeed a
There is not on single lot in the entire 424 that is not a bar-
gain as p'.aced before the people.
The entire addition overlooks Chickasha and the country sur-
rounding in all directions.
It is one of Nature's most rare acd beautiful plots.
Oue to appreciate the charming location and the lay of the
lots as platted should drive out to University Heights Addition
and view it from all the stand points.
The west part of the grounds where is the draw and slope
are taken up by the college site and park hence every remaining
lot lies up high and dry.
There Is not a lot in the entire addition that will not be worth
$300 so soon as the street railroad runs into it and they will vary
in price at that moment between that and $6oo and in a few years
they will be worth two to five times what they will cost.
The terms are easy;
Twenty-five dollars cash; $25 in sixty days and $25 in ninety
days; $115 when the street railroad is running cars on the line
running into the addition and ft 10 when the intcrurbaa is runaing
cars between Chickasha and Sulphur.
An investor cannot lose anything in the proposition if Chick-
asha continues to grow in the future as it has in the past and we
are all confident that it will do that.
Not one cent has to be paid after the $75 is satisfied un-
til the street railroad runs Into the addition and it must be built
and running cars within one year.
Not one cent more is then to be paid until the interurban is
running cars between Chickasha and Sulphur and the cars must
be running before September ist 1910 or the $t 10 is yours to
Thus it will be seen that there is no danger of loss and yet
A great opportunity for speculation by drawing corner lots
lots one block from street railroad lots facing on the Bonlevaid
lots facing the college campus and in near vicinity of the park.
All this should be an incentive to the man that had an eye at
all toward getting good returns upon an investment.
Thert is no better opportunity afforded as we look at it for a
real genuine money making investment on small capital.
BUT THE DOGS MADE QUICK WORK
OF IT-HUNTERS HAD
Leaving town at four o'clock this
morning with a large pack of dogs a
party of local hunters returned In a
few hours having a wolf and a deer to
show for their prowess.
Several weeks ago a pet deer be-
longing to Ike Harness escaped and
from time to time efforts were made
to catch it. The animal grew wilder
the longer it ran and it became evi
dent that it didn't propose to return
to captivity without giving its pursu-
ers a good chase. It was the intention
of the hunters to lasso It after the
dogs had brought it to bay but be-
fore they could reach the spot where
it was finally caught the canines had
buried their teeth in its body and life
The chase took place a few miles
south of town ar.d those who partici-
pated in it were Emraett Goodwin
Mart Louthoan Joe Dews J. S. Kil-
gore Julius Doss r.nd Mr. Harness.
St. Lojis July 29. William 12. Me..
Gurreu a county commissioner from
Walters Oxtalion a was found early
today lying In the -entrance U a down-
town office building unconscious
tonw office- building unconscious
bleeding from several stab wcunds.
When revived the man said he had
been assaulted and robbed. His condi-
tion is said to be serioiis. He was on
his way home from Chicapo where uo
had placed liis wife in a hosiltal.
With an unknown quantity of
ardent spirits in his interior and a
bottle ou his person a jolly indivi-
dual staggered into the solemn
judicial chambers of Judge Bailey
this morning while a hearing on
the Sam Cook injunction case was
I.awton Okla. July 9. The gaunt
hand of ill-luck seetns to have clutched
William E. McCurren county commis-
sioner of Comanche county who was
assaulted and robbed in St. Louis last
night. About two months ajro he was
held up while returning from a com-
inlssioners' meeting and left for dead.
He had not wholly recovered from the
effects of this assault.
The assault here was made by two
white men one of whom struck Mc-
Curren over the head with a club.
Ether or chloroform was then admin-
istered and his life was despaired of
for a few days after which he rapidly
recovered. Robbery was not the mo-
tive of the assault a valuable watch
being left upon the victim.
Several theories were advanced for
the assault but the police believed
that two white men with whom Mc-
Gurren had had a misunderstanding
A short time ago McGurren took hla
wife snd two Infant children to Chi-
cago and placed them in a hospital for
treatment. Both children died a few
days ago and Mrs. McGurren is criti-
cally ill. McGurren was returnins
from Chicago when he was assaulted
and robbed in St. Louis.
The Baptist ladies aid society held
a call meeting Monaay afternoon and
will not hold their regular meeting to
The court at once ordered the
intruder seized and searched. A
bottle bearing the label "Sunny-
brook." was taken from him but it
wasn't the official brand. As the
fell aw was being taken out be re-
marked "Don't it beat h I
thought I was getting into a real
After a part of the testimony
had been taken the injunction
hearing was continued till August
10th on account of the illness of
Mr. Bank Depositor
Do You Want
Your Bank taunt
Deposit Year Honey
Oklahoma State Bank
W art tht only ion In Chickasha
whoit dtpatlts an protected by
ht Stat Guaranty fund.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 180, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 29, 1908, newspaper, July 29, 1908; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733120/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.