The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 129, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 29, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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Drop in and look through our
Closing-out Prices on all spring
Dress goods. Our Remnant
Counter may contain something
Our stock is full of good values
and we allow no one to undersell
us or treat you any better.
We want vour business.
The Ghlckasha Daily Express
VVM F. QKANLBU Editor tPjtuPRirrou
Published Every Afternoon Eicept Sunday.
Entered m tue Cbiekuslui t'oatofflce s Second
Class Ma i Matter.
BYCAKK1EK AT TBM ( BH1 8 I'tK WEICK
Single Copy centi
Per Week lOcentt
Per Quarter (three months) In advance 11 tu
er Year in advance W 00
Weekly Eipress. per year H 00
This paper will observe the hol-
iday tomorrow therefore there
will he no issue of Express on
Thursday May 30 but look out for
The Jointists in the Indian
Territory are havinng about as
hard a time as they do in Kansas
if we have no Mrs Nation.
Despite the dry spring- it i
thought that Oklahoma will har-
vest more wheat this year than it
did last aud a better quality.
Yesterday Bev C C Weith
preached a special sermou to
Chickasaw Post No 18 of the
G A B at the First Presbyterian
church. The Post atlended in a
body; and the house was comfort-
able filled to listen to the good
inau's tulk. His sermon was
iniicli appreciated by the entire
Post as well as all others pres-
ent Daily Ardmoreite.
Will Soon Leave Hoiton.
Aaron and Jay Sarbach pro-
prietors of The Columbia Clothing
Co. are making preparations to
leave llolton. They are having a
brick building erected in OalosS
auhn Indian Territory where they
will open a new clothing store.
The building is 25x100 feet two
story. It will be ready for oc-
cupauy about June I0tb.
They are having auction every
day and by the time their new
building ai chickasha is complet-
ed they will have dispose t of
their entire stock of clothing
shoes an i men's furnishings.
Early in Juue Aaron will attend
the Head Camp of the Modern
woodmen of America at St Paul
Minn. as a delegate from Kansas.
From there'he will go to Chicago
aud thence to New York city
where he will buy an entire stock
of clothing and men's furnishings
for the new store at chickasha.
The Messrs Sarbach are good
business men and up-to-date
clothiers. They have been in
business here for years and their
many friends regret to see them
leave. The best wishes of the
Hoiton people go with them to
their new home. The people of
chickasha will find them genial
conrteons and accommodating
business mea The Hoiton (Kan)
The Woman's Missionary So-
ciety of the Presbyterian church
met Thursday 24 inst at 3 p m in
the church opened with devotion-
al exercises conducted by Mrs
Harter. The report of the pro
ceedings of the Presbyterial So-
ciety was given by the delegate
Mrs Harter. Home Topic was
then taken up; Mrs J A Bose read
extracts from a letter written by
the Rev Caldwell Missionary at
Mi aquez describing a Porto
Bican Fete. Mrs Leonard gave
some interesting facts concerning
the situation in Porto Kico which
was very gratifying while the mis-
sion work is to young to present
any statistics is the encouraging
reports of the missionaries that
more people are attending service
than can be accommodated both
the Sabbath school aud day
school are crowded. The mission
in Porto Kico is not support-
ed out of the general funds of the
Home noard but it is dependent
on the special gifts of its friends.
This is not the fault of the noard.
it is due to the great expansion of
its work. Mrs I) M Johntson
read a paper oil the Foreign sub-
ject Siain and Laos giving a very
full account of the Geographical
positiou of the country religious
belief mode of living together
wah many points of interest with
regard to mission work and also
the favorable attitude of the gov-
ernment this was greatly enjoy-
ed A the close arrangements
were made for a public mission-
ary meeting to be held in the
church on the first Sabbath eve-
ning of June. Also arrange-
ments for the annual meeting of
Missionary Society aud Ladies
Social Circle on Thursday June
th at the residence of Mrs E M
BARS SECRET SOCIETIES.
rnl-l Prpihytrrlnn General Auembly
Adopt Klgld Kuie In Relation to Va-
rious Oath-Honntl Order.
' of ilOfo
Moines la. Mav 29 Bv a vote
C? the treiiernl assembly of the-
MTJBH Ittee upon the ohnnjre of ere'I
with regard to nrtiele 15. This action
is interpreted to mean that it forbids
the admissftin of members of secret
laoteties to the church and according
to some of the delegates expels those
belonging to the church which are
now members of secret orders.
The Hunan Shoe.
Is the best
Your cize at
Arbogaat Jt Belew carries
a fall line of pumps pipe and
Insure your barns dwellings
etc against fire wind and light-
ning with Cochran Bros.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
For the best Shelf Hardware
. . . Store in the city. . . .
We will save you money. Satisfaction guaranteed.
TO A SENSIBLE .
PROGRESSIVE MAN :
Good Farm Implements Wagons
Whips and Harness
Aee important to success as tireless energy.
We handle the
Peter SoMler New Harrison and Mandt Wagons.
Best line in the city.
To a poung man with a sweetheart
A GOOD BUGGY
Is as important as a wedding suit.
Yoits for fair nnd honest treatment
Stone & Calvert.
To the good people of Chickasha
I am here to stay and res-
pectfully solicit a .share of
your grocery trade.
S. Booth's Grocery
Opposite First National Hank.
CITY DRUG STORE.
Prompt and efficient Bervice guaranteed.
Prescriptions carefully filled
clea etc. The largest Soda Fountain in the city.
With the purest ice cold drinks and ice cream.
HAMILTON & HART.
CHK KASHA . T.
For Bargains must
be sold. In the next
30 days our entire
BOOTS & SHOES.
Will go regardless
I THE GLOBE.
Program for Memorial.
Chit-kasha I T May JOin 1901.
All will meet at the Methodist
church at lo o'clock a m At the
Bound of the Ladies Brass Band
then a parade in carriages wagons
and to the cemetciy gate where a
line of march will be formed and
marched to the einvca of every
soldier of the late war where the
graves will be decorated and after
the decoration ceremonies all will
march to the band wagon where
the balance of the program will be
carried out consisting of music
recitations and appropiiate address-
es will be made. K very body in-
vited and all that can please
J A Briix.es
Com. Custer Post No 21 O A B.
The ladies bave been practic-
ing for months to give yon a high
grade concert. The good people
of Chickasha will five them a
rousing welcome at the M E
church Thursday night. Admis-
sion 35 cte. tf
Get joor lime of A Snow &
Co. only $1.10.
Where sre you going my
"I'm going to The City Drag
Store sir she said.
Why do you go there my pretty
For Ice Cream Soda sir she
Is there no other place my pret-
Where Ice Cream Soda can be
'There are others sir'' she said.
The City Drug Store lays them
all in the shade."
Jedediah Judkins will be re-
peated by request on May 30th
for the benefit ot the Christian
Ladies shirt wa lets
and readymade ski rta
We wi 1 1 se 1 1 you at
your own price. Wa
are ove r stocked
with them and they
mu st be sold.
The Big Cash Store.
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Granlee, William F. The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 129, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 29, 1901, newspaper, May 29, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728896/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.