Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 186, Ed. 1 Friday, December 4, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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bV O.RANUiii &' I-VANS
Kim re! ;it the jJos'ofTiee at Cliii ka-
.shn I. T. six M-c-.!iil c!a;si!:iUcr.
l'! r "
el. ly Cnrru-'
tliH'.tv us tf VI il Tat: u IH't 0
fdt-! ?' i'loiw Ma
Tl il l I R VI X G FR KKCH' C(J M -PAN
Y in i !K-k'ci km of this
Who Smut. '
The Fm-'f4m Eliiabstfc of Att
tna. . who '. was aseassmatftd near
Geneva us4 to smoke thirty lo
forty cirareites iaily either Twt-
ish or Kuisian and tued also to
indulge ocoasionally in small Ital-
ian cig-art. Th czarina smokes
cigarettes now and then and oa her
dk are always a coupi f goldoa
and engraved cigarette ours s sil-
ver ash tray and a malsvciut raateh-
holdir. The Oricco ci Italy sel-
will not come i dom smokes' but the mother of the
;UK1 ! King oi Spain consumes a larg
number of Egyptian cigarette
about by practical every day men of .ggrvia .gnifrnitly
and women working along the hues jeweled smoking ouifLvand is very
of practical common sense and partial to th habit. The Queen of
usher i nouinania . vajmen ?yiyw ..isw
a-:.irt".l to a !uMi:;tii loftier than
hv cuuM Jill. Like another Naj-ol--(
eon prance was not enough to sat- !
irfy his ambition; he must ha-e a;
whole ti!tincnt and his Waterloo
was mux to come.
j 'Is) c jjjj 0f zion need not dis-
5;' courr.ee any believers in the possi-
fi'oo bihty of a future City Beautiful.
"'L'cjThe pei fec'.ed soci-. ly and the per-
i feet ed humanity are scheduled to
lpt'-! appear but they
j through the e fforts of Dowie
is lite. i ney will ue orottgnt
IM CONFLICT WITH .-.:.
yntvrltjr lrfior "Mixed" In Speiffc
ing f tjtmpl Word.
Thejr toil a tory out at Evaiito
B one of the profoxsora ot NortBr
western unlvers'ty tliat the professor
klmapif decl&rea haa got tar pV tba
point wbera tt ia any longer a Joka.
Thta iroftsor la a teaeVer of Bngllah
the ht-ad "df partment and tf iber
la any one thing he demanda of ata
atadenta It la that they shall know
how to spell tha words they usa.
Not long ago" a difficulty arosa tsa
Eranston luring tha settlement ot
whicl; this prefassor doomed It hla
duty to write a tetter to one of the lo
cal papers correctly setting fortfe tha
facts In tba case. Is his latter ha de
sired to use tha word "eionerate.
When he handed the latter to the aub-
rlan editor that gentleman . said:
Que Popr South .efr Post Cfilce.:
Chi.'kasha Ind. Ter.
1 0" f)-B .MMffl'R
H. A. WHITE
Dray and Transfer Lines. Careful
and Prompt Service.
TIIIC IDLKK'S GOSSIP.
: . ' j Queen :of : Portugal on :h other
The A-ncHcau' People" sai.1!han4. WPn .ardent loref:i; of the
' .'WM. . She nr?fer !lil brand
ys-ur's rat comedy success. X)p-tmieman .to tne .lcjier yesieraayj of; gn tobacco which is sent
eji.r.tfin t:te iour-..ci coincuy t-u- nave p.ciuy oi po.iuc.ai ireeuonij tolier 'sd-illrfrom Dreaden. Her
titled "A RUNAWAY WIFIi."
The laughing success of the season.
Hig'A-class singing and dancing
specialties at every performance.
Rich C(.tmnts ami' special scenery
for cadi' ;uct '. throughout. j; Prkvs
15 25 anil 35 cents. - badics free
owning night' only if accompanied
by an escort with one paid 35-ce;it
ticket if purchased before 6 p.m.
Thursday. Seats on sale at Ows-
ley's Jewelry Store. t .
Opera House one week com-
mencing Monday December yth
LeCoirpte and b'lesher present
the favorite '. - -
Morey Stock Company
-" r'' -
''Profassor it seecua to ma that yom
imi'iic nrK rrrA unri have miRnnelleA aiva vnrj
silver'cigarette rase. Wl she does r "Impoaalbla!- aald th professor to'
! no like the anxna oMnbacco.. The 9Jsm5- "Impossiblel Vou ara oulta)
f "Well here it is" aald the' editor.
fYou have spelled exonerate ex h-o
t-r a t-a. .That la ot righ'l
The profpssor laughed. "Isn't
right? Ha ha ha! That'a if yoa
newspapermen. I refer you W Web
ster. ' . t r
"But T am aure Webstar has it a-
restricted by a great .uiass of social . "- . -r ''Then Webater cannot ba rtghti bat
customs and evcrv nienbef of the ! V.?? Tl ""L "1 Webster ha. It my; mt. Can't
couinnuniy Tuake's ; tuinsojf . a coin-; ni.her presence Hjmy nvt mn-
mittee of one to see that these re-j bers of the British aristocracy art
slriclions are enforced- Every ' far-irom pleased thertat. becaust
but they are far from having ac? . mOfhcrj the-' Countess --of Paris oc-
qtiirl social liberty. I mean by casiinally indulges in Havana cig:-
this that in this country a man is rrte ?? 'At the English court
tne lauies arc fctriciiy piociioucu i
" . ' i smsikers.
not ins lieiglinors unuerinkd to at-
tend to more or less of his business
for him. They undertake to say
what his amusements shall be
what he shall
shall drink and wherewithal he
i U 5:
n. .. ' in ii
". A New $lot MiohlM.
The "slot" machine has enttred a
new field. : For a long thna by
eat and what he j dropping a penny in hi maw tht
gum cheTi'eT the man wno UKea
Vnrw what hi evart avoirduDoia
clothed. Woe be into ;. tt tn iAV. i mna uttA
him if he d? .regard the voice of his j even the quick-lunch man hurriadly
Supporting Luella Morey in scenic
productions new plays new
acenery new specialties. Mon-
day night "In Dixie Land."
Positively the first time ever in
Chickasha. For Monday night
ladies' free seats may be re-
served before 6 p. in. Scats on
sale Saturday at Haltom & Owsley
Dr. Dowie's troubles have come
thick ...and fast He has gone
through various tribulations since
he assumed to play the role of the
second Elijah but ot" late his trou-
bles have multiplied. Beginning
with his crusade on the unregener-
ate iu New York" where the howl-
ing mob turns a deaf ear to his en-
treaties to enter the fold of Zioii
"dark disaster has followed fast and
follows fester." And now he see?
Zion City the darling creature of
his fancy tottering to its founda-
tions. Zio!itUe city that was show to
a sinful world what a city built ot?
foundations of righteousness could
do Zioii the city where brother-
hood was to be the bond that united
all inenis found to be a city built on
sands and despite all the prayers
and entreaties of the. prophet ; his
followers refuse to donate the mil-
lion dollars he asked for to prop it
up. The clamoring creditors of the
second Elijah will not be satisfied
with anything but sordid coin and
so Zion must fall.
It looks like the last chapter in a
story of monstrous charlitanisin
"graft" is the American word. It
looks like the closing of the history
of another one of the colossal confi
dence games that humanity in
every age has permitted to be per-
petrated upon it.
What though Dowie sincerely
believed JiimseH whicii is ques-
tionable a real embodiment of the
spirit of Elijah of old. What though
his 'healing touch banished disease
Irom thousands ana ins tiery pleas
for righteousness touched the heart
and changed the lives of scores.
The fact remains that he asserted
claims that no man could make
good. He assumed a superiority
in wisdom and virtue and an author-
ity over bis followers that his char-
acter and his powers could not
The fall of his city is the logical
result that was to be expected.
Dowie the man of burniugeloquence
and a powerful personal magnetism
could attract the multitude and in-
duce men to put their possessions
into his hands: He could arouse
the enthusiasm to create a Zion
City but he did not jwsscss the
practical wisdom to sustain it when
In his pulpit Lis healing in
tongue in the community will be
busy and he will be called upon to
explain and give an account of his
conduct. A man is not at liberty
to govern his actions according to
his notions of propriety but he
must submit to the dictates of the
social arbiters. This is not free-
dom; it is tyrauy of the very worst
A man whose business has made
it necessary for him to travel over
much of 't'ne Chickasaw nation for
the past three years was asked by
the Idler what he thought of the
prospects of this country. "Pros-
pects" said he "I don't know any
c ntutry that has such splendid
prospects before it. I know nearly
every foot of land in this country.
The Washita valley and the numer-
ous creek bottoms contain as fine
lauds as exist any where.
There are of course some rough
places and some inferior soils but
taken as a whole the country can't
e beat. One of the greatest needs
of the country now is for good
roads. There are practically no
roods now but I believe there will
be a movement started this winter
to open the roads along the section
lines. . This vast area of country
is very sparsely settled. " I don' t
believe there is moru than one set-
tler to a section of laud in all the
great region east' and south of
Chickasha. When this . country
Is settled as thickly as Oklahoma
you will easily support a town of
i5ooo population' or more here."
A stranger was speaking to the
Idler about the social life Of Chick-
isha. He was from the north and
was greatly surprised at the con-
ditions he found here. He expect;
id to find some of the wild frontier
life depicted by the story writers
on western life who have never
been west of the Mississippi river.
"The . social . conditions in Chick-
asha" said he "are more like
those in the old longeatablished
communities than any I've ever
seen in a new town. I don't find
any of the border ruffianism that
people . iu the eastern states think
exists here. Your town is orderly
you have good churches and school
and the sentiment for decency and
the highest things in social and in-
dividual life is as strong as I find
anywhere. You have as many cul
lured and refined people as I
in any town of the size. I think
Chickasha surpasses ill these re-
spects any town similarly situated
that I've ever visited." The Idler
ipiite agreed with all the stranger
had to say only remarking that
his observations agreed with t'ose
of all who ever remained in the
town for any considerable length of
seeking a sandwich have wen ac
commodated. ; But the new field ia
a wider one. Tht diner an some
restaurants can now by a new.ui-
v itlon in the "slot" line rest at
eaje while he takes his meals ana
reads complacently between bitr
the religious mottoes cm the walls
for before he sits down he can fo
to a box drop a penny m th slot
and out jumps a key from another
slot. That key opens a closet am
pie enough for his hat and coat. The
vwy hooks on which he hangs his
'.:hes lock also so that even if
Ae door of the closet were oparmd
the articles cannot be hurried away
with by anyone but the owner.
E x spells ei- meaning
without and i-o-no-r spells honor-"
without honor. There you bare It"
;."But exonerate doesn't mean with
out honor. It means literally to un-
load to excolpata." t. - n
? "Oh well print ft any way yow want
It" said the professor crossly "It's
yotir paper and I haven't ay right
to aay what I shall wrltey 1 suppose."
And the professor walked out. still
contending that he waa right. Chica-
go Inter Ocean. ' ' 1
Clay a Dueliai
General Cassius M. Clay onee
contemp'td fighting a duel with
Tulian Hawthorne on account of
disrespevtful allusions to hi wife in
a review of his memoirs. He de
manded an unequivocal retraction
which Mr. Hawthorn wrote and
to saved himself from violence. Af
ter all speaking musingly reviewr
Ing his life he confessed to a re
porter when he wai about 84 that
he was opposed on principle to the
duel thinking it a1 savage way to
settle a difficulty "but there are
some cases where it seems to be the
only remedy." It was not tiis wont
however to wait for the slow pro
cesses of the code his bowie knife
worked much faster than any pen
and ink. ' 1 ;
Japan' Remarkabl Progress.
It has not taken Japan long to get
into the ways of civilization Lesa
than five years ago the consular
Courts such as the civilized nations
maintain for the protection of theif
citirens in semi-civiliied countries.
were abolished i n. Japan. Thit
summer an international exposition
U in progress in Osaka with exhib-
its from various Occidental nation
and a surprisingly large display of
Japanese products manufactured W
the modern way- ; There ha been
no greater marvel in the industrial
and political history of the worM
than the conversion of the mikado's
empire from the standards of Asi-
atic stagnation to Western life-
There are people who believe that
when China awakes the world wil
see a still greater marvel - 1 . : -
Haokett at Alexander.
James K. Hackett and his wif
Mary Mannering have returned
from their six weeks in London and
Paris and are making ready fir tht
season's work one item of which
for Mr.JIackett; will be the per
sonation of no lest a character than
Alexander the Great whom Pop
called "Macedonia's madman" in t
play by Victor Maples of which )i
gave copyright performances ia
London. Mr. Hackett aim at ver-
satility sure enough; his. leadirnr
found piece will be .'John Ermine of the
tt:.r- Yellowstone" in which h .las ;fe
title role a Wild West hero.
KAISER NO rot TO CORSETS.
H Encourage Hla Wife to Lac
i Tightly aa Poaalble.
The empreaa of Germany although
ah is a very handsome woman ia
nevertheless Inclined to corpulesce. '
;Throgh the lndescretloa of on of
the Imperial household. It la learf4
that the emperor wishes her to lfcfe
tightly and that ahe should go in for
riding walking and other outdoor ex-
ercises that she may regain bar fort
mer slim and graceful figure.
Not long ago one of her intimate
friends suggested to the amprasa that
an empire frock would eat off her
line figure to advantage. Tba empress
replied: - . . ...
"My imperial husband atrongly ob-
jects to my wearing auch a dreas; hla
majesty wlshea me to have my waist
as slim at ia compatible with my
Aa she la very ninch In love with
ber husband and anxious ' to pleas
him in every respect ah according-
ly wears dressea of th tightest poa
aiol pattern. New iork JournaL
Meals 25c -
Remetnhor ' 'we ar jnt nti.tiwf u!-9 J ou are.
You wiix he. !-uti;lied b you tnkc v out; in at tlin
W Midway. Everything the niiakot sfloids nicely
served ;:tyl' qur.b(t.ri'lujy dinners after church.
EvBalii papers at tables trm to i:ut sts.
L. Met-ARLAND. Proprietor
.;-- rL (S-CSi fi A. "
PAT TOLr.Pl. Prcr.
Cornet Chickf sh A. and Fourth St
Wunl liuiifl Alger UeKoe
liOiS'J) A MELTON
OUlopiu First Nnt'l Buna Hktg.
LU. F. YVAlt.lt EN
Office Corner Third tttid C'hicsi-
astia Av over Clay Donovan's
With.uMoilwri Machinery for Steam Dye-
- ing and Cleaning "JSiiiiletl 'Workmen.
' VWovlz rDbnsj '.Promptly.
' 2(1 Sf.jbi'tw.ien Kbiisms mid Oolorado Avrs
s " s
. a ' - . .af
One Fare GU stats
Also to St. Louis Memphis Chicago and other stations iu
" Missouri Iowa Illinois Etc.
- ON SiLE
C C t'oiiei U 1) Herefooi. i D Camlet!.
Pollor. Emftot mmi
Attorneys at Law
OOltm over Hrowuson'ts Kharrnacj
Chickutibfii - Jnd. Ter.
i Ctss. P. Urowu M. O. Eugur H lirown 11. L
BKOWN & UltOWN
Physicians and Surgeons
Oii.o- uver Ooooviin's OloiliiiiK blore
llesMoin pnoi.e 76 ottco plione in
F. E. iilDDLE
MOTAuy PtJELIO A HlKNOOBAPHEl
Ruoinn Over Hack of Commerce la Sr.ysr Bl'd
NEW GRIST MILL.
J A. Wilson and Henry DuBose
proprietors of the Custom Grist
Mill have about completed their
mill on 6th street between Chick
asha and Choctaw avenues and ex-
pect to be running in fullblast cm
Monday December 7th. They
have erected a building 25x50 ieet
and installed a corn sheller with
capacity of 100 bushels per hour
and a grinder with a 50 bushel ca
pacity per hour. They will be
prepared to furnish meal graham
flour and chops to the trade in
Chickasha and vicinity They
have also installed a wood saw that
will saw 10 cords of wood per hour
and a wood splitter that will split
cords each hour. A six horse
power gasoline engine is employed
to pull the machinery. '
These gentlemen have on hand a
large amount of corn hay and wood
all of which has been purchased of
the farmers in the vidnity. :
Mr. Wilson is a practical miller
with years . of experience and Mr
DuBose is an expert engineer. The
ERKSS v not only welcomes the
new enterprise but bespeaks for
them that trade necessary for
December 19 20 21 26
:"' " LIMIT 30 D4 Y S
; Low rates to. Texas and Louisiana Points will also
be made. Past experience has proved to you that you
get the best service if you ; go by The Cotton Belt.
" Write and teU us where and we will tell you how.
S. Wagner T. P. A" Waco i D. M. Morgan T. P. A. Ft. Worth
"' ! ' John F. Lehane G. F. and P. A. Tyler.
! One way colonists rates selling
daily bept. 15 to Nov. 30 to Los
Angeles ban Francisco and Sac-
camento $25. For further in
formation call on or write R. Stepb
stitution he was at. heme and had
lie eu'.iined his ambitions' to' this
limit ii sphere he would probably
have teea spared his present ' trou-
hat c 1
i-reMdeut John Mitchel of the
United Mine Workers of America
is in Colorado conferring in regard
to the settlement of the coal strike.
.Miners want the privilege of select
ing their pit bosses and their physi-
cians. It is said to be the intention
to order a ' general sympathetic
!j-ike in all the mines of Colo-
rado in case their demands are
"You have been sitting idly m
that bench for three long hours."
"You are wrong. I couldn't pos-
sibly have sat here more industrious-
ly haven't got up to stretch nig
e have fooms to rent over our
office suitable for two gentlemen
Inquire atihis office. " tf
- FOR SALEr
I will sell the Frisco hotel now
known as the Ghuistone' The ho-
tel is well located.' on 111. avenue in
the Frisco addition: contains four
teen rooms and is furnished from
the parlor tb Jhe kitchen with
everythiflj new 'It must go at
once and at a bargain. -A. W.
Fredericks office- over Clay Dono-
Closing Out Scle
We are going out
asha and our stock
consisting of Dry
Shoes. Hats an d
Millinery will b e
closed put in the
next sixty days The
stock is fairly (well
assorted and it will
pay you to buy all
the goods you need
for some time to
Jto Eryaa Dry Gascfs Co. .
W W. HOBNl V. President
Wm. INMRN V. PrIU.n
IOr JOHN) Cnhln.
( ; no. 5547. - - -
Citizens National Bank
Cliieliawiiu Ind. Ter
Capital 160000.00. .Hvkvlw and ruarm $20000.00
D I RBC-TOBb.-'-"'- -
B. P. SMITH WM. IHMAN ; W. W. 0OENE J. P SHAEP
. 3. V. PB1GOKES. J0. DBtOOI'.BS. Ku. F. JOHNS
Aocount at merchant ( orporatluu i iDdivjdualu noiloitfU Every courv-
ay extended eoaatatent with ecnservatlve bonki!.'' .' ' .v
" Chinese Restaurant
bhori Orders a Spwittlty
Rassfaal;.' rl - Is Q5o
CHAS. M. fEOHEEIEE
ATT0BNEY AT LAW.
Commercial lien I Estate and Pro.
bate PiHOtii. Truut (jo. Building.
Piioui' No. 800.
iu (1 flic illicitae
Dr. B. Ernest White'
PHYSICIAN AND SU8GE0W
OBloo uver Brownnon' l(iiiinic
Uy or mjlii
qs rmr mm rninrnm jt v a t s i bthu r
C T. ERWIN
Bank" of Commerce
J W. SAMPLE
A. 0. ADAMS"
D. D. 8ATJEB
B. B. RK1IX3ES
W E. CECIL
"Your ItiiHinoM Holieitftl.
X&X&XkXJLSL&SLX$ D & U fi ft ft 3 II C a fl.fi 9.ft ft R fi 0 fl.fi y IXJt JUU Jl3
I 1 . w- i ' IT I t if L r . !-
W .. -"aw .. ItavntT.aW-"
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DOUOLE DAILY CERVIC2
Fres Reclining: Chair Cars on all Trains
.... .Pullman Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping
Crs) Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car
between MEMPHIS and th
Finn od Hroadmar Oklahoma at
KauroaU (are paid ! Yea us ut
Milam ft Millar.
irtyprieiori at S..9S pn
Rock Inland Baggage Express
and Transfer Co.
Moving h Specially
Phone Mo. 79.
btand lilt) (Jiiickat-ba
a re fine.
H. Kilzmiller M. q.
Chronic diseases aim di.a of otntrr
pealaliy. vtbee Holll0(Swortl buswa
CHICKASHA I. X.
Ciiickasha Dray and Trsnsfsr Co
Are prf'parrel to move any thing tbai
wme8 lo Cfaioi.a.i.a. our .. a
co-i.hiWjuI. our pnewe rii.Mn(
W u a trial wii.-o In o.-eu or wut-
inn bwaca- m t-inxi. jhi
etc. aiii.:i(i. .u. ...
i).?5W!."r'"' taprawoBlco.' North r
Plioue 27o Kea.dcnt I'bone rrs.
SMITH & ENliLE.
Plana and sncc.nt i.tious . t.
-II kiud of bu idiua. K.timuiee
.'"Hi of mnional toruUhrd.
li'Quirh at Cmm. t
CHICKASHA I. T.
DAVIDSON 6 CASE
PcHLV1T O P hn EO. M. LF3L 9. p. a
l-i Rook Ark.
van' Clothing Store corner Third rw V'-V-l rr-'- r-:'-"'-
S'tH'l'i-'.'iVr'.";. . - t II s"i1" i-i.-i-'J
ruiiuream r on
i r l . ; ! ' il i . t I ; 1 t i . . r j . -
i 1 ! .' XHEBEjS i
O N X H E M ARKET
Now is the time to lay ir
ttsnpi'ly for the winte
oJud ua your ord'r!j'
Vai'd corner Steon.l
hone No J?
MAT COOK Proprietor.
we ar Dow open with the fluent
irr? tort . ?'"'" t ia" la e
" 'nf '"vit Republic lo
w".. labst beer on draoabl
Pce.ai attention to mail 0S .
Your wda loiicitt-a '
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