Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 189, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 8, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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Add ill onal Local
ay t fisn.L-; 1 . x: nil ic.-r 8
Hujju Roo.s tel tinted yesterday
afternoon from atrip to Kansas
1-' M. Demon um to Cement to-
day. He shipped a piano to that
. e yesterday.
V. Harris of Use Rock Island
viitjf parlor was tailed to
inejeld on accrual of the ser-
illnessof his father.
I mn c!
at i;nt.-Mi.-s. j. T. .Mrii'Hvwith
Jh.ckiunn & 'Lemon. 38-9
out my entire (dock
a few jiuttern Jiats to go
Knit: -A five room house to
Inquire .it two Soulh fifth
Y. A. 1 . x.
: Kick Ul.uirf System On
-20-21 4V 26 we will sell
. tickets to Southeastern
- .t one fare jilns f.oo will)
-aid of 30 l;y from date of
We also sdl 10 joints iu
sas Illinois Iowa Kansas
iota Missw.ii Xehi usku also
itr ColonidiSiriiij;! Put 1-
and Tiiuidad Colorado for
1 -'Jn r jiiformaiion cali 011 or write
Ainl C. K. I. ec P. Chic-kasha.
KNIGHTS OF rVTIHTS
Last niht was one of the banner
meetings for the K. I' boys. A
large number turned out the
Idjl occasion li-in the visit of I
Graml Kce;er of li.-c'.rd-. and Seals ;
Joe London and the annual elee-
tioti of officer. The rank of page I
was conferred upon one candidate. 1
Tor Sale or Rent: Three room t'utH
oottaee 3 1 1. Illinois avenue. In
quire of J. W. Speake at the court
house. ' 87-89
WANTKD A messenger boy
12 or 14 years of age. Apply to
the manager at the Independent I
Telephone office. tf J
Hello: Miss Coodlooking I
thought yott were going away? No
I will stay for the grand opening at
the. Palace Drug Store Dee. 13th.
I want to buy some Holiday pres-
W. A. li.rguon has taken out
license as an autioneer. All oh1.
friends wanting his services will find
him in town.
oa;'.y St m .
(i..lj;i--ts rates selling
1 " to Nov. 31) to Ios
in Francisco and Sac-
Fur further in-
ill 011 or write R. Stcph-
one fare ph.s .
account of lui
1'iiooc 2 10 or
Mum via Frisco
fur round trip on
rualional Live Stock
iv 2S to Dec. ;.
Id ass A. C. Wil-
All itiuluicrv in this sale for 27
days rtir-.!kss of price no reserve
at Mr. IleMoss' Millinery Store
.is Fhiekada Avenue. 80-86
Wanted Men to learn barber
trade. Short time completes. Con-; jr
slant practice expert instructions 1 1
tools donated. Diplomas granted f
board provided. Catalogue maikd
free. Slok-r Parlx-r College St.-
Louis Mo. 87-89
PA I ILKA THE PAINTER.
Does all kinds of sign work house
painting paper hanging glazing
Fresco painting and makes a speci-
alty of carriage painting and fust
class sign painting.
Lu PA I ILK A 319 Kan. Ave.
Mr. London exemplified the secret jur.lil aiier the
-ffk of the order and made a talk
vljeh aruust-d great enthusiasm.
At the election of officers the
following were chosen for 100.1:
J. Powell. C. C; j. Seen V.C.;
J. A. Wilson Prelate; M. ". j
Atkins. M. of W.; Sam S 4t M j
at A.; J. II. Milkr K. of R. ami
S. and M. -f V.; U:umn F!lis M j
of -.; T. P. Lppkr I.G.; C. M.
Morgan O. (; J. K.. StnM)idcr
rrpreseiuivc to j;raud Imlgc and J.
II. Miller alternate.
Thcofiiem will be installed Mou-
dny Jm. 4 10 1. On Dec.
the annual roll call if the '-...e will
A K. P. Lo.!:e is to he in-ti-ttilt'-i
at Lind-av tonight. The
s here were invited to assist in
wrk but were unable to go.
am in Chickasha
:d opening at the
Palace Drug Store 'Dec. 15. Jim
Pettyjohn has so many nice things
for Hl:Mu presents for children
PATRONS OF TilL KLKCTRIC
As. the cue.fii n of lamp renewals
is of !;;;;!! tas;.ce to all conMiiners
v- e k-ire to m:.kt- arrangements
th:.l will he s.ili -.factory to all con-
cerned and make the following
siaUi.'ieut: All patrons who are on
meter: will be furnished renewals
free of charge. Those desiring to
change from a i::it rale to a meter
basis will pica-ve notify us as early
as p.-ssl..h: so that meters can be
nisia.!t il atfni.ij me present inonih
so ts to hi- iv.uiy fr service on the
Mr. Coblicr vent over t Ct-Tjtt-nt
on the train to 5 y;e slap-
Rev. I'Tisbie was ttrpacking
w!.s forC. C. AM!!. Monday.
Mi.ssLnl.l Powell of Chi.-ka.s'.a
.jH-nt the week .vith M : -. Ovir-
Jstilser who has Ken ip.!:te sick.
Dr. H'o!i? of CH k;i.bi vasin
town im .t!ints M-'ud .
Mr. Ovcihr-kr !".. ...d Jim ll.u-
mv'j house fioci the -ouUrA'-s! v"T-
iu r f his
arm Jn It:
! -U v.;
I a! a .
;vt-: ' 'n
hi.d on il.it rale
'r;Ux ineiers will !?
::.re of $18 ' and
NO TICK OF
Whi! t- J'
St .tv.!ir i'-
and IU-mv.1 Si
a. x al oa X'
l-sal V I-
li .c i: U.
2 t .
a- y-th d.-v
0. H. Sitterding
ng. his wife for
.ad tl eir prom-
Jackets Skirts Furs
Children's Cloaks Mackintoshes ;
Vesting Waists Silk Waists Seal j
Skin Coats Capes Silk and Mtr
rerized Petticoats Muslin Under- i
wear Pantella Stockings and Fine
Hoisery. Orders taken by Miss !
Johnson New York Store tf If
FOR HOMESEEKERS. j
The Frisco System again annou ' i
nces tnat it will sell tickets trom 1
St. Louis and Kansas City to points
hi Okiahotna. Indian territory J
Kansas and Texas at the very low ' j
round trip rate of $1500 Oppor- t
tunities for homes in the Southwest ;
are still plentiful and the best lands
are by no means taken up. Ex-
cursion tickets sold at this extre-: I
mely low rate will be good on any
of tlie Frisco regular trains leaving
St.Umis at 230 P. M. 8:35 P.M. t
and io:(X) P. M October 20 and j
leaving rvaiisa.i viiy 7: 151. ai.
and 11:30 P. M. on the sume date.
If you are looking to the South-
west for a future home this excur-
sion of Octolier 20th is an excellent
opportunity to investigate the
Your own home ticket agent will
Ik- able to give you full information
as to rates and limits of tickets.
Write for our intersting booklet
entitled "New Lands along the
Frisco System" by Bryan Snyder
and for detailed information to R.
S. Lemon Sectary Frisco Emmi-
gralion Bureau. St. Louis.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE.
Whereas the Pickens County
Agricultural and Fair Association I j !
of Chickasha I. T. acting by aud if-
through its President and SeCLtary
on the 27th day of October 1903
made executed and delivered
to the First National Bank of
.Chickasha I. T. its certain
o) . . .
promisory note and lor valuable
consideration promised and agreed
to pay to said First National Bank
the sum of $2946.30 and
Whereas on said
27th day of Mf
n..i. 1 . ...vi ;!...
- i ....;. 1 .t .i t?:.. a.
a V 11 Si Nat ion- : - 0
sotnutton by and through
Mr. Peicr Clark ia- and Harur
Joftes were kivcii a tri.4 U-U rc tht
Justice id the Peace. J. A. WriF
for f gluing la! sj rin;r. Tl e jn'.
tk-C decided the cs-c a;:aisist Ch'.rk -ins
The Lad;es Aid S
irove to CI
Mr. Wi'lianrt m.ulo f-v-ral
1-nthis fr the Mhool hons.- Mon-
ill. 1 u
cr i ;
the sum o: i5-K.ix and
r s t.ai said jfiUt day of
r 1 .2. Fie saiil .OeO. II.
4 ;.;i:d Jl.tnna Sittcrding
x.-i n:x 1 and delivered to
n 'ov-a v Trust Company
k id.!. I. T. t heir certain
e l on j.;.(vf!y therein des-
10 m cure the payment of
!v to said Firt National
President and Secretary made and j j
Mr. and Mt
k has! 1 to do some
:.i y 1 ! m Wits in
"; .r '.ilt t.e S:mir!.iv.
Mrs. Love!! took the train for
Okhihotna City Saturday.
T. M. Kelly dr.ne over to Ce-
The new name for Laverty is to
U Ilillslx.ro. Mi'-s Julia IF Woos-
ter Mtpgcned ihe tiatno and won
Word was received here Tuesday
of the death of Mrs. George Mill-
nvfsxl at Oklahoma City.
W. Y. Thompson Ihina ia-r:h-trest
Of low 'l is cnterlaii.ing his
in 'he p.
k fault iu the p
and iukrest the
i tercet .
11'. k I. B. Ss
' "enn.1.his week.
TVpjty Sheriff I'ohiti
0 wns in Lcverty
1 of A ". 1
.nmonii:gsiti:(-cs for the grand
jury now in session
A protracted inecturg cnuum-nccd
Saturday night m the school house
under the auspices of the Baptist
Mr. Il.trriwn and wife and Miss
Julia E. Woosi- r drove i'ver ic An-
Ttutc. loiter Sun'
out has been tirade
of s;ii.l note and
due ami unpaid
1 v4i. priu-
iud liV reason of
ymetit of said note
terms of said trust
deed have been broken now.
Tm.K !-:; KK( the said Chickasaw
Trust Compmi)-. trustee by virtue
of the authority w-tul by said trust
deed by and through its attorneys
Fond and Melton will Fell at pub-
lic sale to the highest bidder for
cash at the front entrance to the
F. S: Cotirthou-v in the city of
Chickasha Indian Tet ritory on
Tuesday the 22nd day of December
all tile following described
red j i.o-.:r;y ir so much thereof
will tuv oil and satisfy
ii.iv oil i'oa! satislv sale
: and ail expenses of executing
tru.-t: Ah of lots 1 2 3. 4
15 io. 1;
v but not out of
' l S. I 1. 2
27 and 20 in block nuni-y-two
22 in the said city of
a I'idian Territory as
shown iv ti;e j!:ciu man inereot.
togc thci with all improvements sit-
ua'vd thereon consisting of houses
The proceeds derived from jnich
s de to be applies' to the payment of
all expenses of executing lids
trust and to Fee satisfaction of Mid
iioie and i'ltciast as provided in
said trust iked.
Thk Chics saw Tktst Co.
rv Ikmd vc Mvi;.n. its Attorneys.
j published December 5- 1003
executed to Keiord Bond trustee
f .r said First National Bank its
certain trust deed to secure the
payment of said note on certain
property descriled therein and
Whereas default has been made
iu the payment of said note and
there remains now due and unpaid
thereon the said sum of $294.6.30
with interest according; to tha
tenor thereof and
Whereas by reason of the non-
payment of said note and the same
being past due and unpaid the
terms of said trust deed are broken
I Reford Bond trustee by vir-
tue of the authority vested in me
by said trust deed will sell at pub-
he sale to the highest bidder for
cash in . hand at the front entrance
to the U. S court house in the city
of Chickasha Indian Territory on
Monday the 2Uh day of December
1903 all the following described
property or so much thereof as
will pay the expenses of executing
this trust and satisfy .said note and
All the fencing buildings
houses stables stands race track
and all other improvements whatever-
kind or nature situated and
being on about fifty acres of land
about one half mile north of the city
of Chickasha Indian Territory end
known as the "Fair Grounds" to-
gether with all franchises and
privileges of said Fair Association
thereto including a lease for a
term of years on said land.
The proceeds from said sale to be
applied to paying the expense of
executing this trust and to the
satisfaction of kaid note and in-
terest Reford Bond Trustee
By Bond & Melton Attorneys.
Published Dec. 5
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THE WILL ARD
You'll get ful service by buying
You'll get first choice from a complete stock now also.
And you never saw handsomer overcoats than those
we are showing. Look them over anyway and you'll
know where to come when yon are ready.
$10.00 to 30.00. These are as good values as
we've ever offered which is saying agreatdeal
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ABSOLUTELY WATER PROOF AND A
comb'ned in one coat light and dark colors; A grand
" TOP GOATS
In Worsteds Homespuns Fancy Cheviot
of all sizes from Boys' and Children's ud to men's 50-inch
SHIRTS THAT FIT
An ill-fitting shirt may destroy an otherwise amiable disposition;
Ours are the kind that fit. We are ready to show our new lines
for Fall and Winter and the assortment is practically unlimited
S1.0CX .$1.60. S2.0CX S2.50.
Everything else in Furnishings for the well-dressed man.
YOUR HAT STORE
The dealer exclusively in hats has his own style and tries to fit you to it. We have
all the popular styles and can fit the right one to your face. A dollar is saved here.
Fall Suits are Simply Waiting Here for You.
Corner of Third and Chickasha Ave.
Chickasha Ind. Ter.
jr ir mmmm e m mt. its mmsm
I AY A I H Oilit
Or go to California where yon can pass the winter under conditions)
that leave nothing to be aetired which will you do? GotoLah-
fornia? C.ood! The way to go is via the Rock Island System.
Through standard and tourist sleeping cars daily from Kansas City
and Topeka to Los Angeles aud San Francisco. All meals iu dining
car. Golden Slate Limited in service beginning December 21 .
Handsomest train eroding the continent. Steam lu-ated electric
liedited new fim end to end. Runs over the
shortest line between til" Missouri River aud
If you are figuring en going to California
daii't fail to obtain a copy of our book "The
V Golden Gate." Worth its weight in silver to
! am one who has never been to the Pacific Coast.
J Sent on receipt of six cents in stamps.
J. A. STLWART General Agent Kansas City Missouri.
ONE. WAY SETTLERS
lift i LU
TO POINTS IN
North Tennessee. Georgia Mississippi
South Carolina and Alabama
These rates will be on sale December 1st and 15th January ith an4 roilt
VIA ) r-
Leaves Chickasha 3:10 p. m. arrive in Mtmphis following
evening at 6 p. m. For full particulars phone 2 to or a-ldres
J. A. WEEKS Agent-
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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/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.