Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 189, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 8, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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UhickurJiii Ji.ftian Territory Tuesday December 8 1903
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Lots cf new goods are coming
in dailv for December and Xmas
rad-i and we are placing them
on nnlo at prices that move
Twi) new lots of ladies cloaks
c)oaks have just come in. The
Military Coat is tha good one
gun nvjt.il and brass bu Lions
military shoulders. We
hem in many designs and
i. The lot from
ro sis.so each
All of iheso coats are run in at
: the re jju.ar reductions adver-
tised on regular stock.
Our D c mb -r price list is lower
tnan we have ever quoted on
merchandise at U eseascn's be-g-nnirg.
'i t u. :'. rs of the Dun-l.-L
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i ilv Dot.' a.l district met hi
i-t'i- 1;-1 chitali in thi city
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i-V-iu Elder X. L. Linebaiigh
of Duncan . ha general charge of
the institute. The object . i to
discu- ii'i'tlyi li of church work
and m;c!i other subjects as may
prove helpful to the preachers in
The meeting was opened with
i!t;vnai!i:il exercises lead by Rev.
B. I' (hi away of Port Sill. Fol-
lowing lid was a discussion on
.!vt!i'!.-Mf Evangelistic Work"
lea l by Rev. J. M. Pol ler and Rev.
(b Ii. Ray Some of the methods
of the modem H-.i-atioiul cvange-
wcc.Htro.ily cotuleinnc-l while
mote S'-nsiUc and Scriptural melh-0.1-5
Wvi-c rccor.inicu.k'l. The fjet
v.:- broiighi out that a gool pastor
ought to lie aide to lioM his own
liieelits: The evangelist as such
va ij' t con !en;ed and it was rec-
ognized that there are nianv men
c ::;; !
work who are
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Anderson & Company
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!. "flow' to M t the Re-
lent Clahti.- of the Church"
taken tip by Rev. J. W. Sims.
h.;p mnoe of organising the
gue. atid the Sunday
ini-'-ion societies was
i. It was generally
a ihe failure to meet
'h'g-i; aets i- due more
'..n- !!:.'. .1 lo the people;
.j.ie arc ready to meet
w hen the pastor furnish
per ir.fon.iai ion in re-
:i. 1 Rev. A. J. W'orley.
i i'-'e sel'LKm on :'The
;:. " 'i'here was a
mi to t
There were four conversions at.
Christian church Sunday. On the
preceding Sunday there were
A new he ite r has been if:tml in
the bapiitilry tit the Christian
'httrch. Tiie ordinance of bap
tism will be tiditiin s'ered aftd' tl t
service Wednesday -veiling. I
Rev. I. A. Reagdr preached at
Ire-ton fifteen miles Southwest of
Chickasha Sunday evening. He 4
4 We sell clocks that will keep
accurate time. Superior in f
appearance therefore or- V
namental. Every clock
is thoroughly tested
before leaving our
of every description
reports that his congregation at i J f
that place is a good one and is HaltOm 6C UWSky
active. j 4 i
The meeting at the Cumberland 4 jewelers
I'resbytei inn church closed Sunday
night. Rev. R. I. Phelps who ; 4 Next to Citirens National f
has been conducting the meeting 4 Bank
and M.LJ 1
united with the .
i s t . i a. it
At Pimm Zc Jhirlevil'e Btnnd.
HOW IViUCH MONEY
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Come and vitd St . j
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C A L L O W AY'S
r-URtMiTURii - STORc
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i w. s:
tiacv ol man
is :tbe comrle-N1 HP
1 1 !' s ctw.t i ve
r the devotin:i-ibj-
vt of "The
1 up. ReV.
Rev. J. J.
ies of the
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i bug Rider;
I .-'.p S-.ewards
t! u trv" hv
returned to hi home in Oklahoma
City yesterday afternoon. The
meeting wdiile not attended with
large outward results is universal-
ly conceded to have been a most j
successful one 'in building up and j
strengthening the nietnlx.-rs of the
church. Mr. Phelps is not. a man j
whocreatci great excitemeut but ;
lie T.ajccs a deep noiu on inouguuui
peojle and the results he accom
plishes will be lasting.
Miss Bessie Needy
Cumberland Presbyterian church.
There were t.vo additions by
letter at the Methodist church Sun-
day. ' .
There were three additions to the
Presbyterian church Sunday. The j
Christian Endeavor Society has re.
cently been rc-rrganized and is do- J
ing good work. The Sunday
school is preparing for a Christmas'
Rev. Arthur W. Higby of Okla-
homa City conducted services at
the Episcopal church Sunday. The j
Guild nut yesterdry afternoon. Itl
is studying church history. The j
membership of the church has been
divided into committees to prepare
for a Christmas tree on th-2 evening
of Dec. 2s A!' the children of the
town whose parents cannot afford
gifis for them at home will be look-
aud there will be the ame .
gifts for them ttiion the tree that
there will be for the children of the
church. '. J
"diss Marion McC t-n has re- j
cently been eleote 1 ch.ris.er at tne j
Presbyterian cluirch and great im- j
pvoveiuents in the music are exjK-ct t
e 1. She is a fine musician and a '
very capable leader. J
couldn't do a wiser thing
put a Savings Bank book
showing a deposit of a
few dollars in every
It's an Xmas gift that
will increase in value ev-
year We pay 4 per
rvnt. Interest on
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319-321 Chickasha Av.
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NOW ON DISPLAY
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AIMU IUI5) Uf MLLMIMUD
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Rev. j. M. Ray. !
'for 1 .reached at '
t 1 : siot
1 trti.it ;. Rev J. j
sen .l 7 :so tins
Hiydi Priced C.l -li:
ken to An;t;.'! 1 '"..
.111 rs Ta-
a ion. was the
e iVyite's court
A! c Hickman was
. .- ; at the Rin k
.1 -. u; th of town
Coal at n.;.-
price fixed in Ju
lo.idting up hi-
Island coal y
last night whi n he was caught in
thn act by Night Watchman Hart-
man. He wasbroug'U before the
Commissi" iur this nie.niittg nnd
ftue.l Jio and est.-- amounting in
all to 5i ..Ss. hiihlic j'tud.IIe will
probablv buv his coal at the mar-
ket price in the fct'tte. His case
ought to be a
brought be re
tcrday on thai;
rng warning to
r cloivd wtis
adge Pa) tie yes-
of robbing Dr.
J. M. i'.oud of about :oo worth
gold tihltigs. lie was arretted
AuadaskoDce 1. He washeld
'die sum of $500 for action ot th.e
gTaml jury in default of which he
was committed to jail.
Deputy Tom Burke left this
afternoon for Ardmore with the
following prisoners who will rest
itl the jail pending the action of the
grand jury in their cases. Ti..-
nature of the is crimes has ahc. ' '
appeared in the IxrKfss: WYd
Schvo-ler. Mrs. C. ih Moriis. An-
drew I'ostcr Wiley Carr Ti.e
hitter was held after investigation
The new pastor of the Baptist
church. Rev. Rennet is at home
with his family at the parsonage.
The congregation is greatly pleased
with him. There were two acces-
to the church Sunday.
The P.. Y. P. U. meets at the
Thone 63 and the Hurry-up
wagon will be there with
coal from the ....
F. A. Amsden Co.
Remember We Have It For
J. M. BENNETT
WHEN IN NEED OF
mt -a s mm m m w m m ui urn k m w w k.
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- . iBtptist church Thursday evening
1 - a 1-st o t:ie 11
T : for t!ie transaction of business
ntt N. R. Lute-!
1 1 000
i . 1 1 niu dii v . j
j. M. Foster J.
Every memljer of the Baptist
. t a. tarko
. t 1 Church is earnestly requested to le
l'"Ci' J M P'cscill ai jviajri mecuiig v cuura-
T.chc: Ii. I-' (iassaway
Kv-v. Wiiborue Mariow;
: ts. Ru-h Springs; II. J.
The Baptist Sunday school will
have a . "Christmas Cabin" at the
church Christmas eve.
Frank Hall of 5
I w ant to btty
hens an thing
Scott Jones 2 1
. : R. Stephen. '
b. Snow ! -u-th
J. W.:S. A.
to i'ton. Trt as.
Rev. and Mrs. Tait of Mary
Gregory school near Anadarko
were in the city yesterday pur-
chasing goods for their school Mr.
Tait finds it cheaper to buy goods
here and hire them hauled to his
place than to buv elsewhere. And
then Bro. Tait has bought goods
here so long and has so many good
friends here that he feels more- at
home here. They also visited Mr.
and and Mrs. J A. Rose while
at No. 113 south- Third Street
where you will find the CLOVER
LEAF BRAND of shoes union made prices ranging from ...
S1.00 TO S5.00
East has moved to the
Via Frisco: One fare plus ?2. 00
for round trip ticket lo all points
south east and in old!
Mexico. Tickets on sale Dec. 19
:o 21 and 26 1903. Limit 30
Billy Cautrell of Ninnekah was
in the city yesterday.
A deal has been closed whereby
Mrs. W. S. Birge leases to the
Stuart Lumber Co 72 ft. fronting
east on south side of the N. Ii.
quarter of block 55 for a term of
t hree years.
For sale highest and best bred
You are Cordially
Invited to - -
t 1 .. ... ' 1l.1v trom date ot sal t-orturuier
F. C.ra-iiec particulars seej. A. Weeks Agt. T.ight Brayma cocks and cockerels
-sin. Chickasha I. T. Scott Jones 2 12 3rd street. tf
J. R. Abercrombie's Grocery
To Drink J. A. Falger & Company's
Golden Gate Coffee
Miss Leighty representing the company will serve coffee free all
this week. Highest Grades of Mocha and Java imported from the
Orient just like you would get in Turkey or Arabia. Call and
try it at - -
B NOUJ IS THE TIME TO BUY CHEAP DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. BOOTS & SHOES. E:
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The Git Cash Store
B Is goinp; lo retire from business mid his .-mire slot-It is being sold at cost. YVc have a large slock of Comforts and Blankets mid-:
B I'liunu'ls clienpcr I linn they ivcie ever sold in Chickasha. - - - - - - - - - - -t
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 189, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 8, 1903, newspaper, December 8, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729308/m1/1/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.