Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 136, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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SCMJ7 BkkX CO.
fine Clulhes Maker
Baltimore and New York
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17-ny NORTH 3RD ST.
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Of numbing stirs up our professional pride and we will briny
it to a successful issue even if we have to crawl through
But we don't despise the little jobs and will give them
all the attention and care necessary to satisfy our own ideas
of what is right and what is due of customers.
D iii't kn nv of anyone who djes plumbing-cheaper
than we do.
J C. SMITH & CO.
PHONE 341. 123 N. THIRD ST.
The Sale Of Full Cream Flour
Chickasha Milling Company
ABASEMENT CAFE I
MRS. EDNA BURNS Prop.
UNDER CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK.
i Everything new. Best service. Open at ?
t all hours day or night. Short Orders. Z
Young Men's i!
' H E Young- Mi-u wti:hat utirr&i
up over our hai.a.-it spring Suits.
ell it s trur. if-ty '
ki.uw w ha? Vi
r tlnrig. Our
rv-n want ift Cli.ihe 9
t.iif-- tj I at- the g
- to lt ir to ti.e I
-f all Your.; !r--
tr. We've th vji y ri-it mid I'rifhit
Mr. Yit:iiK Man just tn in t lh-
tie Sj-H'itf cut. ( uat juet the ri' 1 1 U rti h
ut chesty anJ hai!y at the tack Iai-'1
w;dtjr ai4 luiiKt't" (Jiike with side vents.
Trousers iooe with the fullneB where it
l-Uri)fa. MatiiM.4iir new fubrus that are
Suits t $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 ;
to $25.00. ;
We've suita that are every thing to Younjf
C1IICKASIIA I. T.
and annoying is unsatisfactory
plumbing. In many asts the
cause is work done by unskilled
artisans. Vhy not deal in the
first instance with a plumbing
establishment which guarantees
satisfaction as to sanitation ma-
terials workmanship and price?
That's exactly what we under-
take to do. Why not then let
us do jour plumbing work?
C. P.HoH'mgshorth &- Co.
Has grown tremendously since
if was first put on the market.
Nothing marvelous about that-
just real merit. That means
sound wheat wise selection
cleanliness and care. Try
LULL CRKAM FLOUR
try a lot of others then you'll
come back to the F"ull Cream
brand. Look for the label on
every bag and barrel.
male a trip to
Attorney S. W. Hays returned
this morning from a trip to Howe
The rema nder of th- subsri-
tion list for t!ie rdii-f of storm snf-
fcrers will be published tomorrow
A riYival nieciii-g 0.gi:s at tl e
M-.-t!)o:ist c.iurcb tou;glit. R-v
M C IJiys will ass st ihe p.i:or
Fur Rent : ) c ch-i e froi t
tun i-htd room on '.vest hill. Ar-
plv 04 coiner mil i.:.a Ki:u ..s
Newton Ileal of IJUNburo 111
arrived today and will 1 JCtte he.e
i'c i a-.i old friend cf tt' H. Wub-
( '.rover Steve rs and Miss Agnes
l.vci son. both of Chickasha were
married at the conrt House y;ster
The subscription of J. R. Aber-
crombig to the relief fund was $40
instead of $15 as appeared in the
Blair McC'osh's mother and sis-
ter arrived last night from Mt.
Morns 111. to make him a visit.
Miss McCosh is a fine vocalist.
Dr. D. K. Foster has located a
permanent dental office in Chick-
asha with l.tcis 3 Jone ai-.j
Penquite in tie Hoiiingwsi h
building 3rd bi:d ClMsrla Avt .
He will be hee each month from
the 25th to thp yh. tf
j If your stomach troubles you do
! not conclude that there is no cure
j for a great many have been per-
manently cured by Chamberlain's
j Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
I them they are certain to prove be-
' ncficial. They only cost a quarter
i Sold by "All Druggists"
Mrs. Wynne S. Staley will con-
tinue her Music Classes during
the summer. Mrs. Staley holds
two diplomas in music. Beginners
are given fcur lessons eac'u wetk.
Special attention is paid to those
.who wish to prepare to' teach
i Studios tit the corner of ninth and
i Washington and eleventh and
Tbone 5X4. 26 ;t
Mr. A J. Hartzler and little
daughter who were seriously injur
ed in the cyclone Monday evening
are slowly recovering. They are
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. I).
Lemon. The Hartzler home was
taken up ard carried fifty yards
or more being left a heap of debris
It was a miracle that the inmates
were not killed. The little girl was
able to sit up today.
Chickasha Ind. Ter. June 1906.
To my friends and patrons. I have
been thinking for some time of
changing my location to a city but
feeling an interest in you who have
assisted me in building up my pre-
sent large practice I felt that I must
stay with you until I eouH find an
Osteopathic physician ot experience
whom I could recommend and now
that I have ju-t such in Dr. W. S.
Corbin I hae severed my connec-
t ! tion with the practice of osteopathy
I in Chickasha and Dr. Corbin suc
ceeds me to the preciice here.
Dr. Corbm is a' graduate of the!
j American School of Osteopathy at
Kirksville Mo. has practiced for
I seven years at Malvern la and
! has just completed an extra year
in college and comes here to make
! his home. You will find him a
perfect gentleman and in ability
second to none in our profession
and I feel snre that if you encour-
age him as you have me this
this change will be in every way-
satisfactory. Thanking you for
past favors I remain. . 36-37
Dr. E. M. BAitEY.
HOW TO BREAK UP A COLD-
It may be a surprise to many to
learn that a severe cold can be com.
pletely broken up in one or two
days' time. The first symptoms of
a cold are s riiy loud cough a
profuse watery discharge from the
d ; and a thin whit coating on
the tongue. When Chamberlain's
cough remedy is taken e.vry Lour
on the first appearance of these
symptoms it counteracts the effect
of the cold and restores the system
to a healthy condition within a
day or two. For sale by "All
J. W. Spcake'
DUELS IN FRENCH COLONY
On Man Fought ? t St- Pl'.rre d
Kiqueloa In Past Tour Yt&rs
Military Hen F"tgure.
There is one place in North
America where dueling is still
common according to the Chi ajgo
Daily News. That is St. Fieri
Miqueloii. Among other practices
peculiar to the mother country
France in that of M-ttling affairs
of honor bv uu appi-ul to tLcj'istol
or the rapier. From a recent pub
licatiuu in t In Ficriois journal La
Vigie (the Lookout) it is learn. -d
that 17 dtn-ls have taken place
there in t!.e last four cats or an !
average of one ev-rv three months
lu ten of these M. l'aul Loui
Lcgasse. the fishery merchant!
who represent the little colony
in the Freneh chamber at Ver-
sailles has figured a a principal.
It is evident therefore' that he
lives a strenuous ami dangerous
life though as nobody has ever
been seriously wounded iu ths
encounters the peril uiu-t be les
than would appear at iinst sight.
The little town has (i.oOO jH-ople
and what may be termed its aris-
tocracy is very limited. M. Le-
gasse who is the leading fishery
outfitter owning over CO vessels
that ply on the Grand Hanks and
whose wealth far exceeds that of
any competitor in th place has to
find his adversaries among the of-
ficials who conduct the adminis-
tration or among the candidate
who contett his seat when thebi
ennial elections take place.
I lis latest duel was with M. Ca-
peron. the retiring chief justice of
the little colony. Hot ween the
two there had been a feud since
last summer w hen M. Legasse be-
ing charged with complicity in
some alleged marine scandal wa
arrested by -der of this judge
bail being refused until M. Le-
pisse's friends apealed by cable
to the minister of justice iu I'aris
who ordered his release. 51. Le-
gasse. being unable to insist upon
a meeting while M. Ca peron was
actually holding his exalted of-
fl.e had to wait until his transfer
to another post was ordered.
Then hepromptly challenged the
chief justice. They fought with pit
tolsat io paces. but neither was hit.
M. Legasse's previous important
duel w as w ith M. Dumont. a Creole
from St. Pierre Martinique all of
whose relatives were killed by the
tragic explosion of Mout IV lee.
M. Dumont who is a lawyer ran
against Legasse for deputy in the
last election aud special interest
Htta bed to his candidacy bocausf
many of his followers advocated
the annexation of the island to the
It was as an outcome of some vi-
olent language that the Legasse-
Dumont duel took place. Vrevious
appearances of M. Legasse on the
field of honor were made with
other officials and with one or two
f rivals in the commercial line. Of-
ficers of the gendarmerie on the
island and the naval S'uadron
which gathers every suniiuer fig-
ured in some of these aiTairs.
P.lgagmects in 'West Africa.
Ir soie parts of West Africa
the iris have long f cgagetnents.
On the day of their birth they are
betrothed to a b;bbv a trifle
olt'er than themselves and at the
age of '(! they are married. The
girls know of no other way of get-
ting a husband and so they are
quite happy and satisfied. As
wives they are patterns of obedi-
ence and the marriages usually
turn out a success.
Straight 8 per cent interest.
MONEY IN 48 HOURS IF DESIRED
Sadler & Cochran. 224 Chickasha
Ave. 129 tf
There are many people who have
used Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Kemeely with splend-
id result but who are unkown be-
cause they have hesitated about
giving a testimonial of their ex-
perience for publication. These
people however are none the less
friends of this remedy. They have
done much toward making it a
household word by there personal
recommendations to friends and
neighbors. It is a good medicine
to have in the home and is widely
known for its cures of diarrhoer
and all forms of bowel trouble. For
sale by "All Druggists." '
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THE KINGS OF
Oldest Largest and Best For
Nearly a Half Century
Forty Dancers Singers
"j;'0f National Reputation
A Carnival of Mirth
An Avalanche of Fun
Big Street Parade aud Open Air Band
Band Concert at Noon and Night-
Tues. June 12.
and the most ecomical I
You are never disa-
pointed with it aud all
Painters recomend it.
It covers more space
per gallon and givo
better satisfaction than
any other paint in the
CAMERON & CO
and Storage Co.
and Heavy Machine!)
DR. T. C. HAECKER
PHYSICIAN CO. SURGEON
i offi-Firt suirw y wt of c;tixn National
5Iu 10 to 12 a. m and 2 to4 p. m.
t O.Kc ; I S02 South mh St.
W E. Kic.ar.lwjn
.. K rr. S over
Lhi ka.-ha Katun al Par.k i
Results in Stomach Troubles and
The strenuous life of modern times
forces people to rush through their
meals hastily hurrying from the ta--ble
in the mad rush after the al-
The result is incomplete digestion
InEammation ot the walls of the
stomach and lack of secretion of the
fastric juices ending in chronic stom-
ach trouble and nervous breakdown.
How much better it would o
eat more slowly cure tne Etomaca
trouble with Mi-o-na and soon regain
perfect health. The headaches sleep-
lessness nervous troubles pain after
eating specks before the eyes back-
aches melancholy and gloomy fore-
boding would be soon overcome and
perfect health and strength would be
Proper treatment of the weakened
digestive system with Mi-o-na will
cure every case of stomach trouble.
The resalij of this treatment are so
astonishing and so pronounced that
those who have tried it never fail to
appreciate Its value as a healing
So reliable is Mi-o-na In curing til
forms of stomach weakness and trou-
ble that we give a eigoe-J guar-
antee that the remedy will cost noth-
ing; un!es3 it cure9. Each box ot
Mi-o-na sells for 60 cents and Is In-
valuable to anyone who ioffers with
indigestion rerTOtisaesa cr aw8k
' ' ' Chickasha I. T
Before placing your order for
winter coal get our price it
will save you money.
Washita Volley Lumber Co.
Palace Frcssinj Glob.
We are now fivedup iu our
new q i.trivrs to do our work
U-tier ar. ! quicker than ever.
Our row Shin? l':.r!or is nice-
ly fitted everything to make it
pleasant for ladirs as wel! as
gentk-r.ien. Ca'.l and see us.
. PHONE 103.
3RD STREET BACK CF NEW BANK.
UK. W. UJ'KTKHS
Office llandi! uver Firsti-National Bank.
The Specil Summer
Begins June JOth.
Tuition $3. per month
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Transfer Co. Mo 1 g a SK.-c;alty.
Phono r-c. 70
Office at ICmen-.-n's Shoe Store
j ICE CREAM
The Crystal Ice Com-
pany is prepared to de-
liver their Celebrated Ice
Cream at the following
1 U'RIIini'fin PFNTS
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Made from the Eest Ture
Cream. Tbone your or-
der to No. 44.
THE CRYSTAL ICE
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 136, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1906, newspaper, June 8, 1906; Chickasha, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728610/m1/3/: accessed May 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.