Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 180, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 29, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Th newspapers are alwav prompt
to publish th nfcm-fi of men ho do h Wn afr fcavir"? u f:orn ':uf k
things for their town. An Inter- f'ri!!n''Rt '3hori'-r- j
r-a'i'-r s-'ii'sr'-s'a tint it would' We don't v. i-h to apj-ar rontunia-j
he a gKxl plan to joint out tbt'cfo-J3 or to oi;pe'ion for f;ori.-nt the!
nai a of th f!Sow3 v-ho don t do soundri'-H of th ad' ire thai Mr. Van ;
anything. It h-m like a c-apitaf ld-a ! Hav. g'-nroufely hand.s -js but whon J
and v.- ar thinking wrfou'ily of adoot- anything ho'h'-rs our tran'i-iil n.ind. we j
Jng It. Th oi!y thing Uut it that ran't h!j rt-marking about It. What
dof-.;ri't i.o'-l lo tjii ig that w don't we want to know U " Who U Janis i
like to on'irne v.iu-ible Irk nnd
with tio'hi.'ii?. j
THE PROPERTY OWNER AND THE
Tb-re js rsot a loan who o-vrm any
conaiil-ra b!- amour of propetty in
f'h!(k.''r.ha who ha -4 not profited enor-rtoiK-ily
from the prowth of the 'own.
A dozwi y-;;tH ago lots that no sol!
for ia0"'t rouid m bought for ' )) or
lens. Why the di.f'-renre
Simply b':auH th towr hriH erov n.
Kvfry fartor that bafi add"d popu.a-
lion or !ni:rea:--d the htihin' of iho trine of protrt'on is promoted. 1.4 it
town hH added tr th. wealth of ev-ry 1 qpy wonder that V.r. Van f'lrave
indlvldtial who own p (. pi'i 'y. The ! should v!ew with alarm th election of
eBtaUk-h'riK o' th Hot'; Ivi.j Mr. Bryan to the presidency when d-
ihe hiUd.:njT of the F'lfeo a'id th'j Ok ! mocracy Ih pb-dgf d to cut off some of
lahorna Ontral and every Industry I lhl.4 pap which the "inf'jnts"
that ban brcri Htcrtf; have eon' rihti'-( have been sucking at the expense of
d to prMent property values. T2kthe American farmer and all other
the:- Ind-jftrieg away and value will ' c.I?hh save the few who .are benefi-
Inuiiedlately tthrink and the rents I claties of it? Stind anide J.imes
which ar-. haf-eri upon them will dimin-
ish In like proportion. - '
Xoa- here we are up salm-l th
proiionltion of ralt.ini- about $75000 for
a tdreet car and Interurban line. There
Ih not a nan of any b.iine"s cens
who if he in honeht with hia nelghborH
will not admit that. thcKe two enffr-
prlfH l'ke all the other that have
Tore b-.fr r .em will -rid to the value
rf his pioporty. It's folly to dispute
the pioiKj;li!on h-n II Ih so' clear to
the va:.t majority of think inj clii.eu.-..
When th bom.f proposition it .i.it
up to some of these property owners.
they .h ! their h'vd so'.emnly .uid
remark 'I don't think it will feen.'ftt
me -I don't belletc It will be bWU -1
don't !:)" Jones etc.
Von krow belter. You know th-tl
the m -n who arp agreeing to put their
money it to thore lots are not bloornin'
Idiots -int are not chasing ruln'iows.
Y'iu hn th-it. what hentdlts one will
henefit t)l and you know that Ih'-ro
never as a town 'h-tt did no? reap
adiantageH from Hiih entet 'prices as
we are seeking :.o secure. You
know too ihe.t you wil g.;t the b"ne-
fitK whet) er veil put up your money or
fj'j t for oui nei; hhoiM will do it Ah
ihere'u tin. poiut - be honent nov nd
'o.'hm no yf it ar perfect iy will i n to
have a -"tred railway and an Inleno-b-an
hii know it in a good thine rind
vol! II t'.f tckl'f 10 (e.th f v.'f !'et
them .1 py :aMng aM orts of friv.
olous exftiseo you expect tc sneak out
escape "o!n? your part as a citizen
nrt then when succeus crowns the etr
forts of i he town builders you'll )atih
In vpur fleeves slip aroixnd to your
tei.intK nid hike up tli'ir rfnta and
tell the real estate men to add a few
thciiKanl to the price of your properly.
Honest row bn't tljat about your
Pome of the largest property owners
are com'r.g acrons liberally; but It will
take tho co-oprslion of nil to ra'se
i JAMES W. VAN CLEAVE E ADICE
of ':. - '
t A::.i-rf an An.-ociaion of .'iantifa'-tur-
-r dciars. "It IK the dry of AaAri-i
can fc;iiifn-s r;-n to bury Bry-n ami
I Eryaiiism under s'Kh an ava'ar.che of
w in jjr.g that tie jrk H not .
have to be done over ?galn in 11-12 or .
1 Vo-- that Miftin ir r.iain and tht
American buMo can ought 'o have
-o doubt whatever is to hi dty in
W. Vm t'.'Ieave and what I thia pre-'
tnti'o;.4 r jii'ira'Son that sorvs as his
An -at.'iina:Ion of the tab! of ron-
t.'-t.'.s ronv-ys th infon.'ia'ion that Mr.
Vim "!;ive is "Atn'-riran InduMritV
and vir vrna m we ndn't take th
froiibi to di'-irrimlnat bfwri. A
Iitti more Invwlgition rval the
(art that the Anc'ikn Mannfaonirf r's
Asorlatin is detiignd firKt of all to
perrx-tuate the protective tariff upon
which our "inf-int industrifs" havf fa-
tnd unMl thy Hook like Mellen's
food babi-s and "American Industries"
Ih the organ through whirh th floe-
you &re a witnei-.g with Interests at
stake;' we cannot accept your testimo-
ny. A little more investigation shows
that. "American Industries" Is the In-
veterate foe of the laboring man. To
exterminate trades unions is a part of
It's religion. Mr. Van Cleave fears
that if liryan is elected the labor un-
ions will j;et a dangerous advantage
ovi-r capital through a modification of
the law governing injunctions. .lames
might want to throw into jail a
hunch of laborers who hud made faces
at him 9s he left his factory to go to
dinner and it would he very incon-
venient to have to go through a long
egal rigamarole. It would be so
much easier to gat an Injunction with-
out notice and ..hen cite the fellows for
contempt without :.eremony. James
sees serious difficulties confronting
him if Mr. Bryan should get this
changed. Is it strange that he advise:
us to down Mr. Bryan. Thank you
Mr. Van Cleave we see th point.
Here again you E.re an interested wit-
ness; step aside.
That's enough Mr. Vtn Cleave.'
We know enough about you and Amer-
ican Industries" to understand that
your advice isn't worth any more than
suggestions from the devil on how to
us holy water.
ODD fELLCWS WILL ORGANIZE
Tomorrow night at the regular meet-
ing of the I. O. O. F. lodge a degree
staff wll1 be peirnanently organized.
This will be composed of eighteen
third degree members and the organi-
zation will have no other business
than conferring degrees.
Ttie growth of the lodge the past
year has been so large that It has be-
come impossible to do special Initia-
YOU iMEED BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL
BEAR IN MIND WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE
PASSENGER TRA S H4S iWS?-l'P-TRALN"E
V:.r-z.hi b. ' i - i .
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n-kir.e a'vri t : v i .
-t!f-red :r.i ;ry t r r "i
The atnei - n -.-.
I'-f piunzed ir i t v i .
Kri.o train o rai fi! .! r
The train w 8 r .'- . i lo i-
!ijih'-T Fr-v tPi tV c .r.-v
t rakes and 1'in.t-d.. If. riffd .ntk
a e i'ch stir.d ! r.ul h r.rov i .-.n-S'iotis-n!-
the jh Bici'-n i i ay r rnn-
nct tc II what rdrjpre he has tc rerovr-r.
rondsieior T. C. OrifRr v ti in h trc
of !h p'i.ES'-n";r train. '
TEXAS IS WET
Dahs Tex. July 'I'd Practically
cofpNrte returns from 117 of the T.
eountieg of thin state and scattering
returns from " others give the vote
in last Sa'urclay's primaries election
for the negative in the matter of sul-
mikm of a stfte-wide prohibition
amendm n. 77.770 votes and the af-
THROW OUT THE LIFE USE
Give Them Help and Many Chickasha
People Vii! Be Happier
"Throw Out the Life Line''
The kidneys need help.
They're overworked can't get the
poison filtered out. of the blood.
They're getting worse every minute.
Will you help them?
Doan'B Kidney Pills have brought
thousands of kidney sufferers back
from the verge of dispair.
Will cure any form of kidney trou-
ble.' ' '
J. P. B. Schmidt a farmer living six
md a half miles west of Chickasha
Okla. says: "When living In what is
known as a malarial country down In
Pauls Valley I used to suffer a great
deal from spells of chills and fever.
This weakened my kidneys until at
times my back became very painful
and weak and the secretions from the
kidneys were too frequ-nt. When I
learned of Doan's Kidney Pills at The
Model drug store I procured a box. I
soon found they were benefiting me.
My back was strengthened and the
pains were relieved. I can recommend
Down's Kidney Pills as a good remedy
for backache and kidney trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-
and take no other.
R. D. Hill put a cow for sale ad
-in the Express on Monday of last
week. He sold the cow the next
-Wednesday. "I had calls for eight
or nine more cows thun I could
-furnish." said Mr. mil. "I'm
thinking of going into the cow
business it is so easy tu sell
The ads cost 2." cents. Try
NEW BICCLE SHOP I
. Harr-" I'-lreer who has been 0 1-j
' -hc J. D Peacock M - j
thine Co. for some time has resigned '
his position with that cjrnptny ail!
gone inlo business for hiirielf. He is1
now proprietor of a bicycle repair sh.n
at JZW south 4th street.
WILLIAMS BOUND OVER
Jess Williams received an examin-)
Ing trial yesterday on charge of ob--j
taining money under false pretense. '
He was bound over to the district court
and in default of bond was sent to
.: ;.'.:.-- w::. turt-
i:zgs that .23 i'.:A
he rt'.;ci upca and cbi-gs
very Tt&t-iZhb'.i pn:--.
is Double Check d
Mikis a mistake is
Tfie Model Drug Store
320 CHICKASHA AVE.
Just as certain as it rains just
that certain will we stiU sell
groceries. Call up 83 if you
want something in the grocery
line. I altvavs have everything
that the matket tffoids. I ap-
preciate every order if it is large
Our line of Cakes zod Lunch
Goods is complete. I have added
something new in the cake line
Dainty Cream Fingers if you
want something nice try some
of these in your next trder.
THE QUALITY HOUSE
120 Third St.
On Wall Paper
Will interest you if you are in
the market for goods in this line.
We Have a Number Of Remnants
we are selling very close in fact
we are closing out our entire lice
to get room for our new fall stock.
The Cooper Co.
Chickanh Paint and Paper Popl
(First published July 2S 1308.)
Notice is hereby given that Roy
Bumgarner a minor by his next
friend Mrs. X: J. A. Sams will on the
2h day of August A. I). 1908 file a
petition in the district court sitting in
and for Grady county State of Oklaho-
ma praying that the court confer on
said Roy Bumgarner the rights of ma-
joiity coiiceruiiig contracts and au-
thorize and empower him to transact
business in general and to sell and
convey real estate with the same effect
as though he were at the .age of ma-
jority. Roy Bumgarner by his next friend.
MRS. X. J. A. SAMS.
C. II. CARSWEI.L
Attorney for Petitioner.
Board and Room at 413 Colorado aj
nue; first class aceommodatlois"
Mrs. McCabe. 7-28-3t
I r 1 1 mi myw. 11m ij.mjju... mw m
At greatly reduced g
prices they must go
we must clean up. S
Come and get them
at the following cut g
prices . . q
Ed win Clap's $6 50 Oxfords at ........... $5 50 O
Edwin Clap's $6.00 Oxfords at . $5 00 O
Hanaa &. Sons $6.00 Oxfords at . . .$5.00
Han an & Sons $5 50 Oxfords at $4.25
The American Gentleman $4.00 Oxfords at ... . $3.35 if
The American Gentleman $3.50 Oxfords at ... . $2.95 if
The American Gentleman $3.00 Oxfords at .... $2 45
The American Lady $4.00 Oxfords at f 3 35 f
The American Lady $3.50 Oxfords at ... ... $2.95
Selbys Patent Kid $4.50 Oxfords at $3 50 if
Selbys Patent Kid $4.00 Oxfords at $3.25
Selbys Patent Kid $3.50 Oxfords at $2.95 q
Selbys Vici and Patent Kid $3.00 Oxfords at ... $2 45 0
Selbys Vict and Patent Kid $2.50 Oxfords at . . . ?oo q
Selbys Vici Patent Kid f r.50 Oxfords at $1.15 q
Selbys Vici $125 Oxfords at 1.00 q
The above reductions ap- g
ply to all low cuts in. our o
store. Come quick before
the sizes are broken. 2
mIg Lircaile Co. I
Farm Land and Farm Loans
at Lowest Possible Prices
ROOM 9 JOHNSON
flee Cream talis ice Cream!
Wre guarantee our Cream not to contain gelatine or
corn starch but to be PURE as can be made.
Ices and Sherbets Fancy Cream of all kinds 300
different individual forms and bricks. Weddings
Parties Banquets a Specialty. Phote us your
wants in fancy Creams. We have the only Sani-
tary ice Cream Factory in Chickasha.
A Few Choice Lots In the
two and one-fourth acres
farms at bargains. .
J. P. NAIL 3131-2 S. 3rd
POCK ISLAND ADDITION
adjoining the city fonte sn ail
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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/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.