The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 313, Ed. 1 Monday, December 24, 1900 Page: 2 of 8
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raaeiisr Freight. Puwwr Puxiiwti
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:to uul make eouoeltoo atln all traiaa
mlo(KwauQr. No. 86 A M art lh new
No. 1. No. Ill No. IB No. 184
Fsoaeoaer Pwaemrer Paaaemar Mii4.
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N.B:-No Traloa ro Ibis line run on Sunday.
Monday' trade with as wm bo
xuu) ma hnltlAd the Hl lift OCT
B"""" " - r ' i
man and bis devil by Baying 0.
Dr. Chat. P. Brown is located in
hka new office on Ike 2nd floor of the
Bank of Cbiokasha. office boars 9 U.
11 a in ami 1 to 6 pm. Residence
phone 75; office phone 154. If
We tbnnk you for your atten-
tion on blankets clothing and
hoes last week for we sure hid it.
Il has been conceded by the
people of Uhickasha that the pro-
per thing in the way of carpets ia
Urge rugs. Morgan t Gribi say
they have sold 85 of these rugs
since July 28. They carry a fine
line of Ingrain aad Wilton rugs in
We only want s part of it. Most
erebsnts want the world with a
ftnoc around it. We will be satis-
fied with the fence. Buy from his
sad save the world. The Fair.
The stomach is is our best friend
and the next best u the "Perfect"
Baking Powder.lt is chemically pure
and assists digestion. J.A.Ware.Jr.
Morgan & Gribi are having a
ale of knit goods this week. It
will pay yon to call and see their
line of faeinators hoods and
Buy a bottling plant; make pop
and make money. Onr plaut is
for sale cheap.
Ckeltkr & Harrop
A Clear Complexion
Is a 3ign of good bealtu wliicb it
quickly obtained by use of Rex Tea
It purities the blood regulates the
kidneys and liver and cures con
stipation. All druggists are author
ized to refund the money in an)
case where Rex Tea fails to do
what is claimed for it. Price 25c
per package. Nov9 ly
The Cbicknshn Steam Lauudry
has made arrangements with D
P Hawkins at the post office lob
by book atore to hare laundry
left at this store and the same will
be called for and delivered at the
same place if desired. Strangers
in the city can avail themselves of
this opportunity at any time.
Partiea leaving work at the store
can have it delivered at their
home if desired.
For the latest cheapest and
hardiest nlotbes reels go to
Barrier and Miller.
Blankets. Blanket! Blanket)
factory to bed. Our price 60c to
90c. Kvervone buys from us at
bargains. Tiik Paul
Come sea the big line of holi-
day goods at Post-Office Drag
LUj a member of Sorosis.
The present knowledge of the
recorded history of our civilization
commenced in the eastern conti-
nent Unnumbered ages have pass-
ed since the dawn of history. The
human race has multiplied con-
quered and populated dense areas
of the great east. Nations and in-
stitutions hare unfolded; passed
through a period of youth of vig-
orous organic action and finally
decayed giving place to a higher
order which inherited all the gen
eral gain of the proceeding epoch
then proceeded to carry still far
ther the banner of civilixatinn-
The life and teaching of Jesus
Christ was followod by the spread-
ing of his doctrine throughout the
known world. Then came on in
the course of centuries the Prot-!
estant Reformation of the 16th
century which contained the germ
of modern Republicanism .
The crusades had loosened the
bonds of feudalism taught nations
and rulers to act together to gain
a common object- enlarged uie ex-
periences of men immensely ; cul
tivated and orginiced the spirit of
personal adTenture which after-
var d expended itself on com-
merce. It was about 1215 A. D. that
the Magna C harta was produced ;
that the Hanseatic League and free
cities began to flourish in Ger-
many and the commercial repub-
lics of Venice Genoa and Flor-
ence sprang up. These were more
or less stimulated by the infl .
ences growing out of the crusades
and brought forward the peopk
and their distinct and separate in-
terests and activities into politi-
cal importance. This was the new
order of things and required a new
continent for its development
Printing was invented produc-
ing a more rapid diffusion of
knowiege and great revival of
About this time the Portuguese
discovered the way to India by
Cape of Good Hope and Colum-
0ii8 threw open the "Gates of the
West." Discoveries sciences art
and learning were all flourishing.
Luther was beginning the Refor-
mation when the first adventur-
ers were creeping with amazed
curiosity around the shores of the
The English ieople were ad-
vanced in laying the foundations
of.a free constitution. Cromwell
and the revolution bad established
a republic there but this was pie-
mature and expired tol lowed by
a restoration of royal ixwer rear-
ranged ana modified to suit mod-
erately independent people.
A certain part of the English
aspired to a more complete liberty
than a monarchy could afford them
and passed over the sea to secure
freedom of conscience and politi-
cal enfranchisement in the new
With the moderate and steady
m lintninance of their rights char-
acteristic of Englishmen some
were governed under charters
from the English sovereign who
for the sake of extending their do-
minions allowed them much free
dom. Euroiean government
could not conform to the demands
ouies became the refuge of such
linn- as well :is of adventurous
ii. carch uf gain. Says Charles
onies became the escape valve of
European politics and society . I
The anpendix of the reformation i
and the hope of liberty . "
In 1553 the persecutions of the
English Puiitane commenced. In
1606 James I of England estab-
lished the London and Plymouth
eonipaaies for settling North
This company landed a colony
at the mouth of the Kennebec riv-
er in 1607 but they were unfor-
tunate and all returned to Eng
land. The same year an expedi-
tion aocidently discovered the
Chesapeak bay and founded a colony-
on the James river and named
it Jamestown. This company
consisted of gentlemen ot- broken
fortune some tradesmen some
footmen few were faAers or
mechanics or persons in any way-
fitted for the life they sought
But happily for Virginia there
sailed with the founders of a new
empire a man whom Providence
had highly gifted with fitness to
govern bis fellow men. His un ro-
mantic name was John Smith but
he was cast in a heroic mold
strongly built? and still under
thirty He had bean a soldier
from boyhood mighty in single
combat roaming over the world
in search of adventures. When
the colonizing fever ran high in
England he joined the Virginian
expedition ultimately becoming
its cbiet for this was the first per-
manent English settlement which
struck its roots in American soil.
The colonists were charmed with
the new country but there was
much hard labor to be performed
before they could obtain a subsist
ance from the forest primeval.
The exiled gentlemen labored
manfully in chopping trees but
unwonted exertion blistered their
hands so that every third blow
had a loud oath to drown the echo.
Smith devised a plan to number
the oaths and at night for. every
oath the offender was to have a
can of water poured down his
The emigrants landed in early
spring. Summer came on and
supplies of food ran low. Smith
wrote that "had we been as free
from sins as from gluttony and
drukenness we might have been
canonized as saints." Poor fel-
lows! they sickened and died un-
til one-half were gone by the time
autumn came. But their crops
were ripe and the survivors were
freed from famine. Winter brought
wild fowl and game and a health-
i jr temperature.
Smith's restless spirit now in-
duced him to further adventures
so bo and a tmall company of men
set out up the Chickahominy to
seek a passage to the Pacific but
all got into the hands of the In-
dians. The companions were ali
butchered but Smith produced a
pocket compass and got to talking
against time so they shovd the
marvelous man around the differ-
ent villagest but concluded after
much deliberation and councilling
concluded such superhuman pow-
ers would letter be extinguished
Inis is where Pocahontas comes in
and n.ved bis life by catching her
head in h r arms just as the fatal
stroke was about to fall Dear
Pochantos! m-ny a time after that
she saved the Virginia colony and
ber regard for the white people
led her to love and marry a white
man. the first American heiress
to wed an Englishman-
(To be continued.)
Go to VV Mattox for all kinds
of FeMt DRV OlOK W OOD and
HE ATI Nii WOOD cot oy leugtb
We have for a I
ble and bave
sell it at 26 instead of
Purchase 2 50 worth ot (rrocer-
ies from atobley and be will give
you a nice piece of glassware
aodar thli bead will be reltd t the
ur lor uy purpoae without display lines
IX) K ij aLE.-A nenrl) new wardrobe lor M e.
I This once.
Wakted 500 families to pur-
chase bouses of R. L. McOuiston.
WANTBD A colored man to
' work in bense and do chores. A
steady place aad prompt pay to the
right kind of a man. A. B. Snow.
FOR SALE Pony cart and bar-
nest suitable to take orders deliv-
ing groceries or meats. Price 135
if taken at once. Inquire at this of-
fice. FouitD A lady's pocket book
made to suspend from a beltsome
money. Inquire this office.
WANTED To rent 4 or 5
room cottage must be in nrstclass
condition address Express.
A SNAP if token at onee very
cheap a rooming house. One
of the best locations in the
the city. Eleven rooms good cis
tern storm cave three lot shade i
trees enquire at rTrin House cor
ner Fullroad street and Kansas
Cotton Seed Meal.
Chicken feed. Anything you
want in the feed line at Dougan's
Feed Store. King up phone 90.
160 acres of Washita bottom
land close to town with tenement
house for rent. Apply to J as.
WAKTKD To buy 60 head of
calves. John Wells.
Wanted An experienced steno
grabber and typewriter wsuts a
position enquire this office.
For Sale a seeond hand baggy
good ss new will sell cheap call
and see it Hi as peon's blacksmith
For Sale a Hosier Safe only
been In age two months eheap.
dee 6-tf J A Rose.
Lost A deor key f nder will
confer a favor by leaving at this
Team and wagon to hire at this
When you want your racers or
driving borsec shod go to Simpson.
He does the work himself don't
depend on bited help. Satisfaction
Owing to the numerous re-
quests of their customers Mor-
gan & Gribi bsve decided to con-
tinue to give away the enlarged
photo's as they bave placed an
order for another thousand sir.ee
tbey began to give away these
photo's. Tbey bave enlarged 983
Everything necessary for your
Xmas fruit cake at Ware's.
The Fairest Offer Ever Made
To .ii v one suffering with Dys-
pepsia Indigestion Sour stomach
or Heartburn take Rex Dyspep-
sia Tablets. All druirgiats are au-
thorized by the manufactures to re-
fund the money it anv case they
fail to cure. Price 60c. per pack-
age. Remember the name Rex
Dypepsia Tablets. Nov0 ly
a r Km... Jambm A. Moaain
mro fc uorhio
Home 4 HMlnaorth brick. (.btekaha. 1 T
Practice ia tbe courtxof Indian Territory anrt
Oklahoma. A lao before C. 8 Land Office and
l.asd 'epariuent at Waabinirton.
Our Mr. Morris baa bad IS t caj better piae-
t.oc iM-forr tbc V. S. Iiod Office at llarrten
D. P. SMITH
and Civil Engineer.
Pitrnn anJ Rpoctftrftt ioon Arc a rate 1 7 Urawn
Book and Map of tbc t ontache Krc rvaitoo
tccl to any addrco.poMstf prtpata
on r velpl of SO ecots.
Chickaaha. I. T.
Scoffern & Wells
Keai. Kstatk Rental AOKK
fflre ia Fair ball.
11 a :
J. J. HURRY.
To or from the Depot
Or to any part of City
NIGHT OR DAY.
Stand in front of Saddlo float:
received for any Periodical
Published at publishers prices.
di padi itucdc
C. HATSELL Proprietor
t 74 Open Day and Sight
some pictures from common faces. Try me.
OFF DAI WD HGBT. URWi A WNTT HMtt
Z. fj MoFarlstnd Iop.
LUNCH COUNTER. CHICK ASH A. IT.
GiLfAKaXED TASKS A
3rd. St.. Opposite Puttee.
AND COB 3!
McAlester Fancy Lump Coal.
Arkansas Fancy Lump Coal.
On Hand and For Sale by
Ghickasha Milling Do.
i5P :. .
J. A. WARE.
H. E. MARTIN
OlRyWTTD "Da fata ta Otters as yaa WaaM Rave tkm 4a aata jsa."
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS FOR THE MONEY.
nr.r.1 qthdc w
iMrs. M 8. WESTBROOK
Takes pictures of Babies with
Patience and Can make hand
sreniL trrnrnM uva
TO ALL WORK. JT
CHICKASHA. DID. TER.
Everybody likes gtxid
coffee hot it's hard to get
good one tine and poor
tke next. lnn't itiat year
experience ? We knosr
where onr Coflee conies
from and thai il is relia-
ble. If vou like it once
you'll like it all the time.
It doesn't vary.
JR. Wholesale Grocer
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