Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 333, Ed. 1 Monday, January 29, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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Subscribe Tit t I f Daily Express.
Iiv. ry ;-l1ckI child in tbe ci!)
may have a blotter free by calling
at the Da ly Exprss office.
A. T. Smart will be in charge at
R. M. Cochran's office to sdl Real
; E.-Ut-. During Mr Cochrans ab-
For sa La A new Sieger seving
machine la;tst make all improve-
nun's. At a brain if taken quick
The price v :li a-.:cn;sh you. In-
quire at mi- office. tt
Swag n h:
Ij Q.PER.A HOU.E :
Arthur Whorton auditor of the
Pioneer Telephone Co. came over
Saturday to spend Sunday
Mrr. Whortcn who has been
jl' a vi-.it with relatives here.
for sale Horace Greeley t
noted black warrior Jack 15 hands
high weighs 800 lbs. black with
nsealy nose and white under bel!) .
Cfin be .seen at 6ih street bam.
Cueap for cash. tf
Dr. S. W. Freeman lelt yester-
day for Kansas City where he will
be gone several days purchasing
electrical and other snpplies office
fixtures etc to more fully equip
his office for his continually grow-
Dr. DeWdt Norton tbe lecturer
delivered a splendid sermon to a
crowded house at the Baptist church
last night. He gives his celebrated
lecture ' "The Leper" at the Car-
negie Library Thursday evening
under the auspices of the B. Y.-
RETURNS FROM WASHINGTON WITH
COOB NEWS. EXPECTS TIE
BILL TO PASS
rlErgaret Daly Yokes
50 People 50
Prices 5 J 75 and $1.00
A. COURT FOB CHICKASHA
So:::e things close in for our
"Bargan Counicr" for this week.
3 lots and 3 room house corner.
$1 150. 3 lots and 3 room house a
little closer in $1150. 2 nice lots
close in $500. See rne and look into
these prices. R. M. Cochrau 224
Chickasha ave. lot
The members of the fire depart-
ment are wearing new badges.They
are very haddsome. The Chief's
badge is of Rold. Hereafter when
the fire fighters come to your honse
you will be able to distinguish them
from burglars. Every man is re-
quired to wear a badge.
Tobe Myers engineer at the mill
received a message from Manhattan
Kan. yesterday stating that his
father had been perhaps fatally in-
jured in a runaway. He left for
that place today. Mr. Myers owns
a large farm near Manhattan and
is one of the rncst prominent farm-
ers in that section.
Col. Bain until recently editor of
the Fredrick Leader passed thiough
Snyder Wednesday enroute to Chat-
tanooga Okla. where he will start
another paper. The Col. is now
nearly eighty years of age but hai
been in ihe business so long that he
feels lost when out of it. In his
many years at the business he has
never sacrificed principle for gain
and there is inspiration for the
younger men in a talk with this
sage of southwestern journalism.
Tuesday Q (11
Follow the Crowd
Engagement Extraordinary a
$1 50 Show at Dollar Prices;
a star cas1. of people in C. H.
Ktrr's Tuneful Musical Farce
"A Trip To
Three Solid Acts of Fun and
the biggest shew bargain on
earth. A $1.50 attraction cat-
ering to the masses in these
days of competition at 50 and
75 cents and $1.00. 350 laughs
in less than that number of
Come and See and
Prices 50 75 and gi.oo
Ii Now Prcticll Assured it Will be
Col G o. V. Barefoot arrived at
home from Wanuiugtou yes'.erday
and l.ke nil returning delegates
brings h"peiul tidings lrom the
j Col. Barefoot is looking well
after his sojourn at Washington he
is evident by getting "acclima'ed"
to the high life that abounds there.
He was interviewed by the Express
this morning relative to statehood
affairs and said among other thing
"Yes we are going to get statehood
at this session. Of course there is
a possibility of the bill dying as it
did before in the conference com-
mittee but I dont anticipate that
this will occur. My opinion is
that the bill will be reported by
the senate committee on Wednes-
day and after that its course will
depend largely opon the attitude
taken by Senator Beveridge and
the other leaders with reference
to the Arizona-New Mexico feature
of the bill.
"Senator Foraker says he will
never allow the bill to pass in its
present form and he will have a
large following opposed t the New
NOTICE TO StSCRIBERS
Snbscriirs to tfct Daily ExrESa
will confer a favor this office if
they w ill report in person or by
phone any failure to receive the pa-
per or any irregularity hi its deliv-
ery. We will do all in oar power
to insure our subscribers good de-
liverr service and W'e should know
of any irregularity in order to bej
able to cr rrect it. Phane 43 and
we will attend promptly to your
w. 0. w.
You cn find me at R. M.
Cochran';- office or at the Citizens
National Bank when you want to
pay y ur dues.
L. L- New mam. Clerk.
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WEST HILL HOSPITAL
DR. WJ L" PETERS PHYSICIAN ANDl ISURGEON."
If you want to sell your second
hand goods see J. L. Robinson 506
Chickasha Avenue. Phone .no.
41 1. 33-38
Wanted: I don't want to buy 50
bouses of from oiie to three rooms
but I do want to remove one or
two hundred houses of any number
of rooms and will do so to the sat-
isfaction of tbe owners. Call on
me at 315 N. 6th St.
W. J. Killion
House mover it
Special bargain counter prices.
A 75 foot front corner lot. A quar-
ter block A quarter block with 2
houses all on South Hill the are
bargains. Counter prices see us.
R. M. Cochran 224 Chickasha
The Rock Island Teacher's As-
sociate will be La sessian here
next Friday and Saturday. Chick-
asha teachers are preparing to give
the visitors a good time.
t tit C-1. Jiic nA Vii rpsi.
Mexico-Arizona proposition. I be I dence property to F. M. James. It
licve that tLa Senate would pass ! :s located r-etween rd and 4th on
the bill without debate if it were tii; The sale was made
lagreed that the people of Arizona by Tonas Cook.
'. and New Mexico should be pre-1 - . .
I milted to vote separately on the. Agents warned to work m thetr
acceptance of joint statehood. If . town.-Wtner uaies ur siuc
this is not agreed to there will W novtre a
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1C O. UWk- X- 4. V- UUU ..... -r
Chickasha's Most Popular Store.
In furthering the interest- of
this store far reaching popularity.
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our customers has won for
TCrOUgn in' Jrunimciii yv-
sition which we hold in Chickasha's retailing circles we have
been selected and appointed sole distributing agents for Chicka-
sha and all towns within a radius of twenty-five miles by the Z
Royal Soap Co. of Cincinnati O... vhose soap has been the
standard of excellence fcr over a quarter of a century.
The Famous Royal Cuticle Soap
This soap is made from the original recipe of the celebrated i
Dr. John Woodbury of New York City maker of Woodbury's ft
Facial Soap. More than 9000000 families throughout the-
and will use no other. The regular price of this soap is 25c a I
fmf for n limited time. atini? as agrents for the manufac- .
turers who desire to introduce in every home in Chickasha we j
Medicated ROYAL CUTICLE.
have special privilege ot selling
j 1 Cake 5c Per Doz. 6QcgrGrpss $7.2Q
Anders L Mordf & "o
City Real Estate
thirty days or more before the
Senate acts. I think the Senate
w - MlSo Wauuc ajai luu vuw ."-
will likely extend the prohibition . . th North Building
provision over the entire new state" i wag m tQ& and Miss
Syeaking with reference to a fed- H served as Substitute teacher.
Judge E. M. Payne has gone to
Checotah to attend a meeting of
lMWhile the bill passed by the the territorial republican executive
house doe not designate Chickasha committee.
as a court town we have some
trong friends in the Senate who
promise to take care of our interests
and they can be depended upon."
eral court at Chickasha Col. Bare
foot said he was confident that
P.hiekash would get a court
We understand that a well
I known Chickasha sportsman was
; bagged by a game officer west of
' town yesterday but as he has
threatened to pulvertze the editor
if his name is mentioned the pub-
lic will have to look to some other
source for its information.
Mrs. Lubman is visiting friends
in Kansas City.
Judge Dickerson went to Pauls
Valley to hold court this week.
B. B. Bridges is erecting four
substantial cottages tor rental pur-
poses. Other buildings are in pros-
pect 120 acres of river bottom land
close to Chickasha all in cultiva-
tion. See Good & Co. Rooms 2
and 3 Terrell Building. 3t
No limit to buyers Wholesale and retail price the same. It is so
good it can be' no better and so chead it can be no cheaper.
Sale begins Friday.
See our west show window the most wonderful piece i work
ever arranged in a Chickasha show window. t
Tbe Proposed U.S. Capitoi Building
at Washington worked out in soap! 20000 Cakw- of Royal f.
Cuticle Soap used in this demonstration now en. exhibition f
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CEiS. H. FECHHEIMEE
ATTORNEY AT I .
Commercial Real Estate an Pro-
bate Practice. Johnson HjH;ni
Phone No. ?oo.
Morgan and Gfribi
We have purchased the Abstract books of the Chicka-
saw Trust Company and are prepared to serve you
when you buy or sell real estate. Land title abstract-
ing t.nd conveyancing lias always been our specialty
and we will continue to give it our time and attention.
We make it a profession; noi a side issue- L?t us
make the abstract before you part with your money
and you will have no tangles to worry you later.
THE SOUTHWESTERN ABSTRACT CO-
Phone 443. H. L. Westphal Mgr.
T?nifl im Stop nf llnpniifllpd p '
This genuine selling out sale is gaining tremendous impetus each day
and we propose to make the few remaining days we will be here just
as interesting as the first day of this sale. It behooves you to come
often in order to secure all the benefits of this sale as our big tables
will be replenished daily with hundreds of Bargains which have not
been shown heretofore. : : : : : : : : : : :
Every Dollar Does the Work of Ttfo at This Sale. Can You Afford to
Ignore Such a Proposition ?
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 333, Ed. 1 Monday, January 29, 1906, newspaper, January 29, 1906; Chickasha, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730060/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.