Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 304, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 26, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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of tbj.-;r former priw.
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from the 1-es:
t tae tea
i. " ir. weight tluugh
hal the a.Ivar.tJe cf
. :ts.r ;.mi longer traiu-
te..m work vus tsce!-
v til .for them that it
i i'A'.uiy they w ere no
c hone 1k). Chick-
'.vork t entirely by
ayiug. With ayoihtr
;vu to ru.il foot-l-all
A: e heme team can he
i-:vi:u:eable. Some of
. j hi; ed h.nl only Ijfcii
j.iacf.cf and none of
.aVvJ more than Eve
at at niht tinder the
w litre the paiiig of
the f. ..riuatjou of inier-
! i:. t hie goitott dow'i
!ioi:U another game
e ho j are all coiitident
;y of or.r nien to break
:'hs interference was a
ls tviAi and detenninatjon
'n :) I.;h s-uk-.s. Soldiers in
. . ot th.e ball and kkkd
T. Kay ykki.
it up on 10 yd.
hue and advaiued io yds. First
down Ray carried ball through
cvr.ter for 5 big: yards. Haines
phiyed around left cud for thee
yards 2J .low-a. Chix lo?t 1 yd. and
i r.e l to j.unt on 3 down. Sill
gained j .---; :i on 15 yd line
north and advanced to 3; d. line.
Chix gained ball on downs by
hard struggle. On 3 down Welter
pushed his dwarfed form through
t oik llidt ci(a Ji(-!! H'
Wkd Hit jt'dcf him;
l"( if IhO .')((! 1
4 inlciu! It- le H(( (i n't fi.l
able to make
ion a-- a re-
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Morgan & Gri
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A NARROW KSCAi'A
Guy Lor-ijhr.ii'iler a Fri-co i :
man was th.e victim of an avt
Thurday which came near h"
fatal consefiuenccs. lie w... at lv
ting to make a coupling h:!e ;t-. " i'- i ':
ching in the ve-t end r f ti e I: : -:.' '-'
yard? when he slipped an:l iA ' : A A. t-
tween the cars which wvrc si: -v.. g-1" i ' -'
at a lively rate. His right k-g ' . 1
caught and two v. hfek p a" se. .:r-f 11
the thigh. It looked like the e: : 're - ''..' "t:r-
leg was cn:hed but on c x-1 '"4 !
amination it was found ti.it a'j-"r- v.
bones were broken althonh. o c A-:-tt ;.;
entire front part of the thigh v ;-s A:A ' --r
frightfully crushed a;;J torn. 'I'i'.e :';
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tlie woutids were do-scd Tit
wounded man was tikett to i -horne
in Oklahotna City on the
r: ;e w ere
a. :a!' ga a; ;n -uccc-.i!t
the i'-Jl eh :igeti
. . K3V j utitv.; several times titlt
-et-r.e 1 to lie an off day with him
f r tins A'.ork. owing to a sprained
a:;kie v.diich lie Mitained in the
gyitina-itunt juM. before the coming
- Had it Had been for this
r hue and nailed Sills Full Back
with ball 10yds. Lack of scrimmage
hue. Chix shall. Ray gained 2
vards. through the line on centre's
right. Leonard changed to F. B.
Ray to end. Link L. T. Burk dis-
abled and Perry put on R. G. and
Ch as. I'liihips to R. E. in place of
John I'hidi;s w ho was called to O.
IS. by G. Harned being disabled.
2 down Sill held fast and Chix
punted on 3 dow n Sill advanced 15
yd-. from 10 yds. line. Sill tried
lefi end' fumbk-d and Yeaton
gained ball.- Sill held them on 3
down Chix making one fumble
but keeping ball.
Ti eu Soldiers lost ball on downs
on 30 yd. line. Chix played 2
down and then punted. Sill re-
gained 15 yds. Sill again lost on 3
down by fumble Haines gaining
ball on 25 yd line in Sill's terri-
torv. Haines made end run for
t i a .
"CI RCUMSTA XT 1 A L li VI-
DF.NCK." Madame Jama-ahck. regard-d by
man)- jc-op!e as she great-. -t livirg
actress wsn much of her paAA
favor when slie was apj-earing i:i
James M. Martin's '"Hatve-t;
Moon." M. Martin as well as!
scores of cri'tics contend now that
his masterpiees is 'tCsrMmtsiar.thi!
Evidence." which will tie vvta: 1
1 r.e c ..
AI A-- Lii
j. tmtiug game and we feel that the
.-.ore xvonld have been some dif-
ferent in ClrickaAaa's favor. Ft.
A-. : I p-mted -twice in the game.
'I heir punter' ee::;e to be a little
o:: too for they did not do much at
. -i -s.
On the vh..'e- ihega:ue was clean
v. ra.itehe.i ar.tl liotiy contested.
The Vi; itors phied quick and we!"
!;..t!i teams sc-etn satisfied with the
tin: liA.uK ix I'KT.ur..
Came called at 3 p. ni. Ft. Sill
i'.'.ai the to.-s t;p and chose south
'd- T:nie agreed upon was 20
ia.im'e l:alve.s. Ches Honied chosen
:a tree Low umpire and Jeffries
::".tv keeper-.. Re -e Lineman. Game j
1 ;rt:- ! by Ch: kick off Unv and j
-oiiA: goal. Ft. S. failed to return!
L.ie bad waih much gain.
Then the first real metal was
strut t and Chix' held them 011 the
3 downs. Hard work oil both
i k- around the 20 vd line.
Liiix tooKttie pi
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s: k- freiuient - . .
goil for Chix. 2 downs and Chix
attain punted. Sill again brought
it back 15 yps. 2 downs and sill
forced to punt. Ball out of bounds
and brought in i on 35 yd line.
2 downs and Chix punted. Again
out of bounds and brought in 15yd
on 20 yd line. Sill's ball and no
gain in 2 downs and punted.
Haines took ball back 15 yds. 1
down Leonard made big 5 yds.
through R. T. Time called. Ball
Chix possession 1 down in Sill
Territory second half o to o.
have played a
lit 11 111
And will lie at the Farley Hotel
Three Mure Days Sunday
Monday Tuesday and
1 c Hodges
r g Burk & Ferry
1 t Latting
r t Walter
re Chas & John
Jon.es (captain) 1 e
THE LOG CAI1BIN.
The 1'abtist church had a log cab-
kin and also bin filled with everything one
1 to advance the required 5yds. : could think of to make the little
S. took it again and made 2 jfoiks happy on Christmas eve
liii.-iiiig p'.avs around end the! The church was crowded and a
.s i'-thiiig in in good style 3 nice program was rendered. Mr.
:i Ft. Sill lost ball on tumble. J. R. Owsley had the cabbin in
x bail ci: 20 yd. line Haines 'charge for which he has the
e fit- left end run for 10 yds. thinks of every member of the
S. iaaued tip and by holding church and more ; especially the
c. i. -r 2 uowiis torceu tier to . ctmaren
oi::-i on t 1tv- 1 owi 1 i.i 11
the ladies of the Womans
at Wagner opr;
Dci.-:abcr 2. a.
0:1 imve down bail from
.1 Ft. S. goul line. Hall
t i 1 and kicked off on 20 yd
1 l. S. ma.de fine kick oil
i milled it in and advanced
. Sid then held Chix on
.-r.ma I 30yd. line first half
yi a-'A 1
at ; !
Home Mission societo desires to
extend their hearty thanks to the
ladies of the Maceobeei for sub-
stantioual aid during the Baaar.
Remember Monday Tuesday
work 0:1 lxth sidts. 'Ak'dnesday and Thursday for you
iicKasiia s pjsse'-sion
s yd. line. Score
can buy groceries at wholealet
prices at the
0;x-ra House Grocery Co.
Specialist from the Adrian Medico-
Surgical Institute of Adrian
Mich. will make Regular
Yisksto Chickasha.I. T.
The first being an advertising
trip to introduce their new system
they will give to all who call on the
above dates consultation examin-
ation advice and all medicine nec-
essary to complete a permanent cure
It is seldom that a community so
situated as this one has the privi-
lege of consulting such renowned
socialists who are in constant at-
tendance to wait upon 5-ou diag-
nose your case and give you the
benefit of their medical knowledge
w here is no experimenting orguc-ss
Work. You w ill be told whether
you can be cured or not. If your
case is curable they will treat you;
if incurable they will gi ve you such
advice as to prolong your life.
They treat deafness by an civ
tirely new method and hearing is
restored at once. Catarrh in all its
varied forms cured so it will never
return by breaking up the cold-
catching tendency by the electrical
absorption of medicine. If you
have weak lungs or consumption do
not fail to be examined.
Their new discovery of absorbing
medicine by electricity in paralysis
loss of manly vigor rheumatism
and all diseases of the nervous sys-
tem including epilepsy is a God-
send to suffering humanity. Medi
cal men stand amazed at the mar-
velous cures that are being affected
wherever the system is being intro-
duced. Thousands who have giv-
en up all hopes of being cured now
have the opportunity of a life time
to .consult specialists of renowned
reputation. Remember their
know ledge of medicine combined
with electricity gives them control
of diseases that others do not pos-
sess. If you have weak eyes come
and see the greatest American and
European oculist. He with his re-
markable discover- cures all those
afiheted with failing eyesight cata
racts or functional blindness. No
experiments. Come and test it for
yourself. All this is free of charge.
Don't fail to call on these eminent
specialists as a visit costs you noth
ing and may save j our lite.
If you suspect kidney trouble
bring a two-ounce bottle of your
urine fot chemical and nticrosopical
Go early as their offices are al-
ways crowded. If you are improv-
ing under your family physician do
not come and take up their valuable
time- They wish to give each one
plenty of time but cannot listen to
long stories not pertaining to your
case. The rich and poor alike
Notice Morphine cocaine laud-
anum opium tobacco and liquor
habits cured in a short time.
Cancers tumors ulcers and all
blood skin and scalp disease treat
ed by an entirely new method.
Piles cured in five or ten days with-
out the knife. They make a se-
eialty of diseases peculiar to either
sex and cure when others fail.
Yaricocele cured permanently in
a tew days.
Remember this liberal offer is for
this first trip only and not one cent
w ill be charged for all the medicine
required to make a permanent cure
to all those conmeiijiiig treatment
on this first visit also a positive
guarantee to cure will be given to
all patients eccepted under their
new system of treatment. All those
having long standing and compli-
cated diseases who have failed to
get cured and become discouraged
are especially invited to call as
thousands who have given up ail
hope can testify to good results ob-
ained. This treatment is a quick
relief and jsitive cure whenever
used and has been proven by years
of successful results and ex per-
il THE. FAMOUS
and at the Famous you will find just what you want
for a present. Our line of Handkerchiefs for
quality finish and style cannot be turpaswrd. Te
have mad special efforts to please our customers.
Our line of fur scarfs wera bought early in the sum-
mer and in thatVay we got prime nkins to you will
take no chances iu buying f un. We also hare new
cellars new hosiery new gloves and othar thief two
numerous to mention.
Jackman & Lemon
Commencing Monday Dec. 28th and ending
Thursday Dec. 31st everything in the
Grocery Coffee Tea and Spice
We wish to reduce our stock to as smallan amount as possible
We cannot enumerate articles come in and we will go through the
stock with you and sell you a bill at wholesale prices. We are
LONG on APPLE VINEGAE. Send in your jug we will sell it to
you at 20 cents per gallon. Just one-half. Canned Gooseberries
Blackberries and Black Raspberries 6c the can. Potted t-Lickenor
turkey 7c per can or 3 for 20c.
Bargains in all kinds of canned prods.
Cero-Fruto 2 packages for 25c. Ex-cel oor Kalston Crisps 3
packages for 25c. Presto 3 packages for 25c- Richelieu's Maple
Syrup Maple Cane and Georgia Cane Syrups all at cost 40c.
Mocha and Java Coffee 2 lbs for Clk;.
r.emernber this for FOUR DAYS ONLY next MONDAY
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY.
Opera House Grocery.
X. B. We also offer for sale cheap 1 fire-proof st one
eight foot show case (new) one surrey (nearly new) and two
Notice married ladies should be
accompanied by their husbands.
Office hours 9:00 a. m. to 7:30 p.
m. Sunuavs 10 a. m. to 4 p. in
Rememljer the hotel anel dates
December 27 28 29. Early Hotel.
CHRISTMAS TREE OF THE
The Ladies of the Episcopel
church deserve special mention for
nice Christman tree they prepared
and arranged for the children on
Christmas Eve. The tree was
well loaded with candies nuts toys
fxjoks and other fancy articles
some of which was very valuable.
Mr. Dwrer acted as old santa.
Mesdames T. II- wiiliams Wallace
Heudrix J. R. Harris J. II. Crif-
11 Dwyer and Ross put forth
every energy to make the distri-
bution of the presents a success.
Rememljer Monday Tuesday-
Wednesday and Thursday-
can buy groceries at wholesale
prices at the
Oj-era House Grocery Co.
Wait for Circumstantial Evi
dence. It will be here soon. This
is one of the lest dramas we
have this season.
Doctor J. M. Bond left yesterday
for a weeks visit with his parents
at Maxie Tez.
Mr. Geo. I). Stapleton has cone
to Rock Island 111. to spend the
holidays with his parents.
Mr.and Mrs. Charlie Williams art-
spending this weeks in Minco.
Do not miss the 4 days sale at
"OpeTa House Grocery Co."
Do not miss the 4 daysuale at
the "0;era House Grocery Co."
J 1 i w t
Q p p(Q) p J M r TV
IAE CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS BY
ANNOUNCING . A SPECIAL SALE.
Ladies Tailor-made Siau Skirts Cloaks and all ready to wear goods in our Ladies Department. From now till December S5 we will sell
STOCK OF THESE GOODS AT COS!
Conie and examine the Goods and we will show that we mean what we say.
C li N H I hi Q K A M 3 EDWARDS AND BOYD. CHICKASHA. !WD. TER.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 304, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 26, 1903, newspaper, December 26, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728197/m1/4/: accessed January 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.