The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 16, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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fiis Cliickaslia Daily Express.
THE TEXAS STORE.
in cent i
urttr (three i
Weekly Eiprru. par rear WW
How They Build Cities.
The way to build a city is to
seek and encourage every enter-
piiws coming in the way of a
growing town and after getting
them them then encourage and
foster them in every way possi-
ble. Such courses will lead in-
vestors to hunt such places and
the encouragement and fostering
allows them to enlarge and thus
add to the city's greatness. This
spirit was shown at Seattle Wash-
ington a short time since and is
toid by the Youth's Companion in
in this way:
The Seattle spirit is a thing to
admire and imitate. It was mani
fested when the Secretary of the
Navy told a Seattle firm that their
bid must be reduced two hundred
thousand dollars if they wanted a
contract for one of the new
We will make thi
few samples of th
18 lbs Y 0 sugar
One lot choice brc
Our entire stock o
)ffee worth 2uc
16 lbs good dried fruit
10 bars good laundry soap for
16 lbs granulated 6ugar
0 doz. 10 cent cans Bak'ng P
i and Tinware at Cost lo.ooo lbs high patent flour worth $2.
lo for $1. So per loo lbs.
fancy patent Hour at aa.oo per loo lbs and many other lines at very low figures. Goods
Our own brand No. 4oo
Your patronage solicited.
The city record of Wagoner I.
T. publishes a financial statement
of that city showing an indebted
ness of f 1381.66.
While the north is covered with
now and the people are abiver-
ing with cold weather we are
going about without coats and
without fires in the atovea.
The Missouri senate has passed
a bill making kidnapping in that
state a capital offence or a felony
punishable by imprisonment n
the penitentiary for a term of not
less than ten years.
To Reach a Mans Heart
Via the stomach is a trite but true saying and the ladies of Chick-
sua prove it by demanding the celebrated pure Baking Powder
named I KitFKCT. It is as pure as chemistry can make it J
every ounce tested by chemists. It makes good bread f om any
Oour and makes it light and healthy. It leaves no residue in i
the bread and you are free from indegestion and sallow skin j
caused by cheap impure goods.
Remember it wi 1 b sold at 25 instead of 50 els per pound.
Demnd the pure named PERFECT.
No Indigestion or Sallow Skin.-
Those people who are frighten-
ed about a visit from the people
of Mars to this earth should calm
That was final and themselves. It is such a great
in many places the people would
have said ''too bad we've lost it!"
and gone aliont their humdrum
business. Not so with Seattle
the strong mon of the city con-
ferred; the builders offered to
scale down their bid if their fel-
low citizens would divide the loss
and the Seattle business men
promptly subscrilod the hundred
thousand dollars and four thou-
sand over. These things lieing
understood we fancy nobody will
begrudge Seattle the
dlstauce that even though the
Martians are well on their way
here now it will take them sev-
eral hundred years to land.
Hornbeck of the Minco Min-
ted wants Mrs Nation to come to
Mm Indian Territory and sends
Dearest Carrie we have a D. A.
M. Nation down here. Is he any
relation of yonrs? If so come at
once and bring yoar batcbet.
He is sailing under an alias and is
contract Seated at Muskogee'
Robt. L. McQuiston
i REAL ESTATE AND
55 Land Bought and Sold.
S List your property with
IROBT. L. McQUISTON.S
Staple and Fancy
00 GOODS BOOTS AND
This Space Belongs to
which will so richly lenetit the
mrnufacturers mechanics and I The horse thief Industry still
trade-men. She demor.sliates ' Keeps up its usual gait scarcely
her possession of that public spirit a week passes but what we arc
by which a city grows great.
The Duncan Bannner hat
a notice calling a meeting in that
town to discuss the best means
for fire protection. As Chiika
sha is the leading (don't throw ti e
brick Sampson i city on the Rock
Island she ought to be able to
advise you." people. Well that
being the condition in the ques-
tion aforesaid beremfore men-
tioned you get your people to-
gether and discuss the question.
That is all you can cuss the af
fair afterwards and if a fire over-
takes you you can cuss some
more and tell 'em "we told you
so." That is the way the great-
est and liest city on the Hock
Island does and the Express tells
'em every time a fire comes we
told you so. See?
called on for postal cards with a
j heading of "stolen." The old
' m um t of catching and fixing
horse thieves should Ihj adopted
! follow and catch the thief bring
I the stojk home leave the man
iuet where overtaken.
The secretary of the interior
s received from the Dawes
mmission the treaties conclud-
with the Chickasaw and Choc-
w nations and Inlian Territory.
tngressman Curtis said today j
it be had lieen advise 1 that the
?aties would probably le cent j
The attention of the grand
jury which will convene next
Monday is called to the fact that
gambling dens abound in all parts
j of this city. They exist on the
ground floors and in the upper
stories are ran day and night and
rieece the unwary ou every hand.
This grand jury has more work at
its hand than has any former jury
in the history of the town Not
only are gambling dens In abund
ance but sellers of whiskey and
intoxicating drugs are in equal
work that the city officers look
at with a wink. Let the eran
jury do a big work this session
and the good people will call
We have just received a supply of
McAIester Fancy EggCoal
In the Market for heating and cooking stove
We handle our coal with a fork and burn our slack under our boilers.
Chickasha Milling Co.
watch for it next week.
lew frame house on
hill 30x32 feet with 4 large rooms
lined with shiplap canvassed and
papered Kitchen 8x12. Ser-
The grand jury can do vant's loom and w:ish room at-
ed. The house has two large
a nu n
se bouts are not e
Or N. M. Reeder
Of Topeka Kan. treats success-
folly the following diseases: Kid-
ney and Livei Complaint Indiges-
tion and all Stomach Disorders
Female Complaints Tiles Pim-
ples Rheumatics and Nervous
Diseases Lost Manhood and
will give examination and one
ki trcHtii.ent free to all that
I live at a distnnce up to the first
of January 1901- Over thirty
years in the practice of medicine
! and fifteen years on special
' diseases. Examination free. Any
j kind of baths that patient may
Ue. N. M. Reedkr
l.ickasba I. T.
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unice over rirsi national Dana.
D. D. 0.
This 3ace Belongs to the HH j
Mb Is? Iilcr Ci. iacar I
Who will be ready for business next week. H3 L
Corner Kansas awenue and 5ih street. : j
for sale. warning Order. j Of Furniture Just received.
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I WE ARE I
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I onl 1 amoll ..l.to .-.11 ! i? .? Hle7. Mtornef for plaintiff XX F RW T RP
d..u.i vivcvio n ui- r. Hamilton attorney fur nonirildeM de- HS w i i -
ranged. ff""Ual- HOUSEHOLD and
Frame barn 28x32 feet with In the t.nrDrdenr FURNISHING
! room for 3 horses crrriage COW tf Territory. Seutbern DbtriM: "iffl GOODS. '
and feed room. Hay overhead. n' am ' i nS HB
. .... Chariea C. Good. Defendant SB J4
I A good Storm cavo linel. Dllg The defendant . O. ... c (iood. i warned B (&
well with good pumps. chicken -SSSSMfi?.? ?? S S We carry the largest assortment
i house 8x12 feet. Sidewalks! iil juuar. gfi
fruit trees etc. Jjtw u sciijoSr B of any house in the city. . . .
VVm. F. QkANLEE. Ulrl(lodrornlyrr' Idft 9 I
e "Vo 1 Cheap Excursion Rates I WE HAVE 1
Barrier and Miller. to Colorado. A full line Of
HHnpHHBHK VariX 81 'ifil'Tll UNDERTAKERS'
. . GOODS . .
KHMSjljon jun. 21. juiy r. . . 10 b. .rd'S and will 'furnish a
;.iB FirstCIass Embalmer
nr"1""!! PRICES REASONABLE. I
HHn9flH j OOS EcHiar FarePil- $2 for Honsd Trip j 3 One door west of Carey brick.
1SEPms1B best line to Denver W kl M PI TTVPml Cv OHM 3
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10C A WEEK.
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Dawson, A. M. The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 16, 1901, newspaper, February 16, 1901; Chickasha, Indian Terr.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729867/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.