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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT.
10, 1013. PAGE SIX CHICKASHA DAILYi EXPRESS GEO. H. EVANS, Publisher and Businem Manager. J. EDWIN POOL, Managing: Editor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY Watered at tha TaettHlce at Oblckaaba, Oklahoma. ae eeceod elate mall matter CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. . 10, 1919. liUBSCSlPTWNS MATBSl Oat year, Sellrered by carrier $4.80 Hi couth; delivered bf carrier r..3.40 Three montht, delivered by carrier.'.. $ 1.20 One month, delivered by carrier 40e One year, by mall $4.00 UxmoDthe, by mall $2.00 Three month; by mall . ..$1.00 Single eepy jKoy erroaeoaa reflection on the character, Handing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation and any mlw atatemeot which may appear la the coluirnt of the Exprcaa will be gladly corrected upon Ita being brought to the atten tion of the management. Q1V8 ALL THE LOCAL NEWSSWJti N1W3 BY D. P. WIRE DAILY THE STREET RAILWAY SITUATION. In the meeting l" striking street ".-ir workers : i : i 1 members of I he Chamber "I' 'onimrrre yes terday afternoon, a most amazing situation 1 c i i I . The latter fre ly expressed I hinninioii that (lie carmen !"si'rvi-il more pay anil promised lo use (heir best ciiilra iirs lo I lie mil I hut t lie de sired merease lie rt'iiii I mi. 1 1 was I o i 1 1 1 1 - t mil, however, that the mailer would require eonsider ahle time, leu days, if was sug gested. Tor adjust menl and in 1 he ineanl inie tlio business men ap iealed In Hie earmeii to resume work as a mailer ol' iieeoiiiinoda liuli In the people ol' ( 'hiekasha and (Irmly county, particularly in view ol' Ihe I'act that llie- county I'air is in progress and ear service is urgently needed. To the appeal of 1 lie business men I lie carmen witb n few ex cclions turned a deaf ear, insist ing thai; they be assured at once that the increase asked would be granted, a thing which conditions affecting Hie matter mauil'eslly made impossible. The men were mil asl;ed to continue on llie job indefinitely at llie, old scale but nly unlil such time as the Chanr icr of roimnerce could work mil i f Ml il. .. a plan wnereny, n iossinie. nicy could tret what tliey want. Tho amazing thing was Unit the men rejected llie good offices of the business men in bringing about a settlement in "ilieir behalf. In llie light of Uie sworn re ports of the street railway com pany to I be si ale corporation commission it is evident that the, citizens of ( 'hiekasha will have to slep inlo Ihe breach if the situa tion is to be saved. It is shown that the company is $2."),()(ll) or more behind in interest payments to its bondholders and that the stockholders are being called up on every year to make up defi -its in operating expenses. It is not 1o be expected that any set of men would continue this sort of thins indefinitely. Unless some means can be devised to increase revenues to an extent Unit will enable the company to pay living wages and also secure n fair re turn to its stockholders, the ('hiekasha street railway must soon be a thing of the pasl. This is Uie problem lo which the busi ness men of the eily muiit apply themselves. o ' SILK HATS AND LIVING COSTS. IT the production of silk hats were to fall off almost to noth ing the country would survive and its citizens would not be gri'al ly 1 1 iseom moded. There might be some embarrassment in diplo mat if and high social circles but i ven the diplomats and dandies would get along somehow. Hut the production of necessi ties of life is a different mailer. President, Wilson has pointed out, that "we are face to face with a situation more likely to af fect the happiness and prosperity and even the life of our people than the war itself." lie has de clared that the primary first step to relieve the nation of the cruel; burden of high prices is to in crease production and that only by increasing production and by rigid economy and saving by the people, can we hope for large de creases in the cost of living. The president - has given Ihe formula. The world shortages are in the necessities of life. The labor of the world must be turned to production of necessities, in so far as possible. And one of the first demands is for food. There must be intensive production and steady conservation. During the war, the farmers of Ihe nation patriotically demonstrated that they could produce, more than they ever had expected to pro duce from their acres. The de mand for food al this time is no less vital than it was in w; r ever had expected lo prod ire. from their acres. The demand for food at, this lime is no less v i 1 : : I I han it was in war I hues. The people showed, too, duri i ; the war, that they could live well on plain foods and a great savin?; was accomplished. Waste was eliminated. The people can be counted upon to heed the presi dent's appeal. And the aiithoriiy of the government is descending heavily upon food hoarders, pr !' iteers and others who, by wilful nets aer obtaining extortion;!' e prices from the public. Hut Ihcse things can do no gnat good unless the production of food is materially increased. And even if the production of food is increased, there must be consistent saving and wins and careful spending of money. For if money is spent for luxuries and non-cssenl ial commodities the production of other necessities clothing, shoes, building materi als and buildings, necessary ina- i i- i . . i l ! . . l ciiuies ior iiKiusiry ami agricul ture will lie retarded. .Money saved and placed in government securities, is withheld from the purchase of non-essentials. Moreover, money saved and placed -rj interest, figures mightily in reducing the cost of production. If the farmer is op erating on money borrowed from the bank on which ho is (laying interest, naturally his cost of pro duction is higher than if he is his own banker. There need be-no fear I'o Ihe bogie "over-production." The world shorlage is large enough to lake all the food, clothing or any other necessary commodity lhat can be produced. The government now is offer ing the best opportunity for sav ing and invesimeut ever offered ! ll'e people, in Ihe sale of war xr. v.,:h n nips and treasury sav ings crl ifiralcs. These securities may be bought at any time and turned into cash at any time---and always at a profit. They of fer the opportunity for every man lo be his own banker. My invest ing as much as can be spared from his everyday uses in savings stamps and certificates, a reserve and a working capital fund can will free him of iiiLt-rebt on he built .up that i from the, burden borrowed money. It requires the name sort of sacrifice, of a time, that the peo- Sweet momory, pie made during the war. Ihe people had a prosperity of a sort, during the war. Their money re ceipts were high and many bought government bonds. Hut many of those bonds have been sold so that the people could in dulge themselves in luxuries of one kind or another. This extravagant, must be ecked or a tiay oi severe i-cck- liouiul to lie grouchy hIioiiM us far inny from homo as possible bo fore lie turns Ida ill humor loose. i oning will come. It can be checked by saving and sane in vestment. The need of the nation is for the people to produce and save. , o EXPRESS PACKAGETTE8 i ( P; go, Mr. flivver, boy, pleaso. Merely as a mutter of common de cency, tho man who feelH that he is wafted by thy getv tie giile. Off up the stream of Tlmo I turn my sail, To view tha fairy haunts of long lost hours, lilot with far greener shades, fur s t lovelier hours. ' Sogers. The llttlo congressmffTTo tried to bead off Wootlrow from his trip doubtless realizes by tills time that ho was wasting his breath. Lest we forgot about It later, we'll put tho most Important packugette right here ('hiekasha must have parks. They do say that Mr. James is tolling sonio fish tales that are con siderably taller than a minister is supposed to relate. Si Simp says Jio notices that ho never gets a job dono as long as ho just fiddles around with it. KVlanratsd Brora Helps P$akeP:V:' The Kind That Puts Roses Into the Cheeks of Women and Force, Strength, and Cour age Into the Veins of Men' Watch the People You Meet On tha Street You Cn Tell Tho.e Who Have, Plenlv of Iron In Their Blood Strong, Healthy. Vigorous Folk . l&ax I ' ' 'I" ili'W mwnw..wi Mii'iij WHAT HAVE YOU? To sell in -farms ority property. WE HAVE THE BUYER and can sell what you list if the price is right. Come see us or phone office 13, residence 817. HUNTER REALTY CO. Over the Eagle Real Estate, Farms and City Loans "One Hundred Shows in One" Featuring ' Poultry and Pet Stock Show $2,500 in Cash Premiums 6,000 Beautiful Birds of Many Splendid Breed All In Modern, Sanitary Wire Coops Ileautiful Display of I'igcons, Peafowls, Guinous, i'lieasants, and Other iiiirnyard Fowls Splendid Showing of Canaries and Other Caged IHrds RABBIT SHOW 1,000 Rabbits and Hares on Display Oct. 14 19 Educational Encampment Spec;a:s Two Scholarships in Texas A. & M. Co1V-?o Given bv Soars, Roebuck & Co., and T. 11. Truitt To members of the Hoys' Clubs of To:::;;i Two Scholarships in College of Industrial Arts Clvcn by I.. H. Lewis Dry Cloods Co. and Titrhe -(Sonitingor Company to members of the Girls' Clubs of Texas , ADMISSION TO GROUNDS, 60G. J. N. Simpson, Prest. 3 5 3 3 'mm iwr ft pi u a "1 ;ti r p W. H. Stratton, See, M STcrn -Statement. oth? Ccvrpositicn cth9 o iluxatcd Iron m wTt is eonsnrvativcly catimatpd that this re markablo formula i now being used by over three million people annually. Among those who have used and strongly endorse it are many physicians who have been connected with the beat hospitals and medical societies, former United Status Senator and Vice Presidential nominee, Chaa. A. Towne, of Minnesota; U. S. Commissioner of I m migra tion, Hon. Anthony ('uminetti; Judge Atkin son of the United States Court of Claims at Washington; Wm. L. Chambers, Commis sioner of tha United States Hoard of Medi ation and Conciliation at Washington, and former Health Commisuionor Wm. 1C. Kerr, of Chicago. Newspapers everywhere arc invited to copy this statement for tho benefit of their readers. It is suggested that physicians make a record of it and keep it in their olHces so that they may intelligently answer questions of patients concerning it. Everybody is ad vised to cut it out and keep it. A copy of the actual sworn statement wilt be sent to any one who desires such. It is as follows: Iron Peptonate (Special Specific Standard) Quan tity given below. Sodium Glycerophosphates V. S. P. (Monsanto). Calcium Glycerophos phates U. S. V. (Monsanto). P. B. Nux Vomica U. S. P. Caacarine Bitter, Magne sium Carbonate Po. Ginger U. S. P. Oil Cassia Cinnamon Precip. U. S. P. Calcium Carbonato Precip. U. H. P. Each dose of t wo tablets of Nuxated Iron contains one and one-half grains of organic iron in the form of iron peptonate, of a special specific standard, which in our opinion pos sesses superior qualities to any other known Af IM 'n A 'W' si- ' ''It:,,, ' , r- i ' J o im- 4 wa ver'l muse form of Iron. By ufllns other makpa of Iron Peptonate we could have put tha same quan tity of actual iron in the tablets at Uss than one-fo::rth the cost to us, andby using me tallic iron we could have accomplished tho Buroe thing at less than one-twelfth the cost; but by so doing we must have most certainly Impaired their therapeutic efiVacy. Glyc erophosphates used fn Nuxated Iron is one of the most expensive tonic ingredients known. It is especially recommended to build up the nerve force and thereby increase brain power, as glycerophosphates are said to contain fihosphorus in that particular state so oi mi nx to that in which it is found in the nerve and brain ceils of men. As will be seen from the above, two im portant ingredients of Nuxated Iron Peptonate and Oiycero phosphates) are expensive products as compared wun other tonics. Under such circumstances the temptation to adulteration and substitution by unscru- , putous persons, is very great and the public is , hereby warned to be careful and see every j bottle is plainly labeled 'Nuxated Iron" by v the Dae Health Laboratories, Paris, Lond t and Detroit, U. S. A., as this is the only g nu- I ine article. If you have taken other forms of .r iron without success, this does not Drove v Nuxated Iron will not help you. Manufacture' Note Nuxated Tron Is not a secret remedy, but one which is weir, known to druggists everywhere. Unlike tho older inorganic iron product, it is easily as- Bimilated, does not injure the teeth, maker them black, qor upset the stomach. Nuxated Iron is not recommended for use in cases of 1 acute illness, but only as a tnnie, strength and blood builder. (In case of illness always consult your family physician and be guided t by his advice.) If in doubt as to whether or not you need a tonic, ak your doctor, as wo do not wish to sell you Nuxated Iron if you 1 do not require it. If you should use it and it does not help you, notify us and we will re turn your money. It ia sold by all druggists. FREE TIRE SERVICE FOR CHICKASHA Have a puncture- blow out or find your tire flat on llie street, pii-k up. it phone, call "Six seven naught," The Xcs bilt. We'll be tliere "Instantly." Wul line ol' MAX and STKONIiIIOIjD Tires, Tubes and Accessories, (!as and Oil. Buy where you get "Service." THE NESBITT PHONE G70 1 iliiaAli'lr.I. The mar t Garments of Moderate P 0- rice GEORGETTE BLOUSES Of course; a piod looliin blouse, adds so very much to Ihe appearance of your fail suit. Neat carfeuUv selected stock of Georgette Islouses has given us the opportunity of show in;; you wonderfully' new styles and inr.st pleasing shades. Trimmed with silk braid or ehenille round, squared necks, cuffs and sleeves that are so different. Priced at $3.95 to $22.50 ;--03 WHAT YC'J VI o 7Y77JT J) U A. JviJ. eiw. L ft Find equal representation with the finest costumes ready to fill your every want in Fall Suits, Dresses, Coats, Furs, Blouses and Acces sories of the highest character. We invite you to view the truly superb assemblage of the new apparel that we know merits and will gain the enthusiastic approval of Chickasha women. Chic, jaunty suits at moderate prices. Hun dreds Of appealing dresses for street, afternoon and evening wear on display. An exquisite array of new exclusive models in Fall Millinery, representing the " Rawack, Blue Bird and Tenne models. yillHilllllllllliliililiiH 1:- Mi;: mi " ; .; . get-1 'p-iR.'Brq--'''1' "'""W 11 rT fl. "" I -1 Ml J i