Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 160, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 10, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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bs opened at ILe corner of 4th
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CHICKASHA I T.
Get a -nice box of paper at the Mo
del drug store for ten cents. 7-10 it
An infant of . Jerry Miller's six
miles east of the city -died last night
and was buried- this afternoon.
Do you eat meat?
the best. Phone 140.
Neal sells only
6th. and Chick
Choice of any mars suit in tie
store $10.00 Bryan' Dry Good
The Model Drug Store 'will sell you
a 25 cent box of paper for a dime on
Fridav and Saturday. 7-10 4t
David Riddle a banker of Gads-
den' Ala. is visiting bis sister Mrs
A. S. Riddle. "
Call Phone 140. That's the num.
of Neal's Meat Market. 6th. and
Chicksha. 7-9 30t
Arkansas avenue " ia the" South
pirt of town next Sunday after-
noon promptly at four o'clock. . It
will not be sectarian but will be
under the auspices of tbe
Our $3.00 Spot Gash
10 pounds best Granulated Sugar.
4 " Aral & Hammer Soda
4 package! good Breakfast Food
25 pounds High Patent Hour -
v 3 can Lima Beam
3 cant Fine California Peaches -7
bars Good Laundry Soap --
1 gallon Csol Oil
3 loies Toothpicks '
1 can Pork Beans
Who fills your prescriptions? The
Model Drug Store will be glad to and
will do it right. 7-10 4t
Henry Morris leaves tomorrow for
St. Louis for a month's visit with
friends and relatives. .
WANTED A safe and letter press.
Must be in eood order. Traders' Com
press Co. 7-9.
A prescription filled at the Model
Drug Store will give results because
thev use rood sroods and fill them
ficrhf Trv them. 7-10 4t
Suit Filed to Dissolve the Trust Many
New York July 10 lhe govern-
ment today filed in the United States
Circuit Court in this city a petition
against the American Tobacco 0.
British-American Tobacco Co. Amer
ican Snuff Co. American Cigar Co.
United Cigar Stores Co. American
Stogie Co. McAndrews and Forbes
C Conley Foil Co. and fifty other
corporations and twenty-nine individ
uals constituting what is generally
known as the "Tobacco Trust;" and
the petition against them sets forth
the purpose of the government to dis
solve this trust' by breaking up the
agreements under which the consoli
dated concerns are working. In show-
ing the growth of the "Trust" since
its oragnization. in 1890 the conclu-
sion' is reached that at an early day
unless prevented' it would completely
monopolize the entire tobacco indus
A Saving of 92 cents or nearly 25 per
T. F. Eurk and Will Huddleston
were tried before Judge Payne his
morning for stealing goods from a
Twit Island car. Thev were each
fined $20 and given ten days in jail
Let us serve you with juicy and ten
der steaks and roasts. Neal's Market
filh nnd Chickasha. 7 9 3t
Why do the people like our cold
drinks so well? Because we usfitie
syrups and cream that complies with
the pure food law. The Model Drug
Store 7-10 4t
. CEilTOAl GROCERY CO
Everything la Groceries
123 So. Third St. Phone No. 215
MEN To distribute samples tack
signs $20 weekly steady no canvas
OLIVER. Monroe Bide. Chi-
Mrs. Ireland 923 S. th. street was
very sick Monday night and yester
day. It is thought that she was poi
soned by eating . something for sup
per Monday evening.
la 1 Ab i Y As jj iMiw We nave our new
in in oth Mission and Golden Oak. .
' Eeat;ial 'exllnsioa tales' rangifcg 'ia; price from
$650 to $50.00. Dining chairs for 90c up tofS.oo each.
Buffets China Clofets Serving Tables and Side
boards. Come in igd look the stock over. . .
Our Easy Payment Plan is Open To
You if You ' Can't Sparc The Ca;a
r:00 v 'm
Sole agents "Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
The Checking Account
FOR -THE - FARMER
For Rent Nicely furnished
rooms suitable for ladies or gentle
men 621 Colo ave. or phone 102.
1 - - 1 St VA
J B. iisfcreii
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VI tmi If VVIIMitJ
rail esgsiOi w v I -
Cftnlrl f?rfnnr Pnn""!
George Reid a negro boy was fin-
ed ten dollars and costs thi.s morning
in police court for assaulting another
negro with a knife. ' The affair oc-
cured last night at the negro skating
L. D. Kinard .of El Rw accom-
panied by his brother Arthur of Bre-
mond Tex. is in the city visiting
their brother R. B. Kinard Sth. and
Kansas and sister Mrs. Leslie B.
Combs 1118 Kansas avenue.
ASSESSOR FINISHES WGnK
Will Soon have Eooks Ready Proba
ble Tax Levy next Tear
1. 1 1-
Tax Assessor and Collector Albert
Thompson reports that he will fin-
ish up entering the tax assessments
by the middle of next week. He does
not think that the property valuations
will amount to six million dollars but
will reach at least five and one-half
millions. This amount of property
with a rate of twelve and one-half
mills would give the city k revenue of
168750 or about $20000; more than
was realized last year.
The rate of twelve and one-half
mills would probably be divided in-
to the following amounts: interest on
bonds 4 mills; general fund 4 mills;
school fund 3& .mills; emergency
fund i mill; and fialary fund yk
mill. This rate will give the school
fund about $19250. or about $4000
more than was derived last year. The
fund last year was about $5000 short
of paying the expenses 01 the schools
and it was estimated that at least
$25000 .will be needed this year as
more teachers will be employed mon-
ey overdrawn last' term will have to
be replaced! buildings will have to
oe repaired arrangements made to
take care of the increased attendance..
The buildir.g3 had their full capacity
When the council meets to approve
the books and determine the rate for
each fund it is expected that some
close figuring will be done to see that
every department receives its part.
The amount of the levy has not been
fixed but it is understood that it
will not exceed twelve and one-half
ANY farmers keep a checking account with us regu-
larly because it is a great help and convenience in their
every cUy business; With a checking account you can
tell exactly the total amount of your receipts and ex-
rjenditures for eacl month for the entire year. When
you sell your farm products deposit the money in this bank
subject to check. The obligations you have can be cancelled
by check. When you make a purchase pay by check. We in-
vite you to try this system ;
GhSckasha National -Bank
CAPITAL FULL PAID $100000
The filling frorri the lower part of
Chickasha avenue to the depot is
very soft making it uncomfortable
for cabs and teamsters to reach the
depot or freight tracks.
Reub Bourland returned last
night from a visit with home folks
at Montague Texas. He says that
Chickasha Bottling Works
E. S.DOVGAN Proprietor
Corner of First St and Iowa Ave. Phones: Office S3; Residence 277.
Preparing for Elegant Grounda-
fcare Ten Acre Ltks
time he has never taken a vacation.
He said this morning that he would
lay off the 20th of the month and taksj
a much needed rest.
Lawn mowers sharpened with
special machine. ' Price 50 cents.
J. D. Peacock machine Company
508 Chickasha Avenue. 6-12-m
Prices Reasonable. Ca'Js Answered
Day or Bsht.
Office: with Blu Front Liver? bam Fhon 218
' (FREE DELIVERY)
Let Us Figure
On Your Bill..
1 - ' ;
Reme'mber We ry tho Drajae Free Delivery in city. Kansas and Sixth St.
Kansas Avenue Property Owners 'Ac-
tive Will nse Brick and AspkaSt
The Kansas avenue paving commit-
tee was busy this morning finishing
up the work of securing subscriptions
from property owners for the storm
sewer. It is exepected that the city
will issue script to re-imbursa ; the
subscribers. Tomorrow the commit-
tcp W'll 0 hofrvrA o-dini-i pr flak
that body to arrange to let the con
tract for the sewer.
The plans of the pavers are work
ing out nicely. It has about been de-
cided to pave with brick ten feet from
the curb on either side with asphalt
in the center. Concrete curb will be
In a few days the Country club ex
pects to let the contract for fencing
the grounds and constructing this big
lake. An enthusiastic meeting of the
club which numbers forty-eight good
members was held a few days iago
and a committee consisting of 4' S.
Gilkey Jacob Good and J H. Grif
fin was authorized to let the contracts.
Thi3 committee went over the grounds
wnich are located three and one-balf
miles southwest of town afid tiave
had them surveyed for the lake; and
The club has a beautiful tract of
eighty acres which contains some
trees and this fall a large number
of ornamental trees will be set tft.
It i3 expected that the club house 'will
be completed during the fall months.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN '
was a man who against all odds
attained the highest honor a . man
could get in the United States. Bal-
lard's Ilorehound Syrup has attained
a place never equalled gy any other
like remedy. It is a sure cure for
Colds Coughs Bronchitis -..Influenza
and all Pulmonary diseases. Every
mother should keep well supplied with
this wonderful cough medicine d & w
So1J by James Pettyjohn.
pncioiiT Kiinirnn in-. in
tntltsiii wmti a imt
We have added New and Up-to
Date Machinery to our Plant amj
are able to do any
Machine or Foundry Work
We make a specialty of Sash
Weights Structural Iron Work and
Job Work. Blacksmith Shop la
connection. See the Nix Com
Stalk Cutter which we manufacture
No Loll ia Activity at Rock
"There ia no dull season in Chick-
sha' said Foreman Lane Moore of the
Rock Ialnad freight depot this Aborn-
ing. "We are now working twenty
men ten hours a day and we have all
we can do. On an average about thir-
ty cars of merchandise are transfer-
red at the depot each day." The busi-
ness at the freight house is a sure in-
dication of what ia being done by the
merchants of Chickasha and the sur-
rounding country. Almost as much
freight is being handled now there as
in the busy -season in the fall of the
; Lane Moore the present foreman
has been working at the freight sta-
tion for over four years; during this
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mv nil) ucauuiui UUUalluU Ul ''
h Stained Glass not so expeii- '
0 sive ar.d just as good. Th ' .
II latest thing for front doors :
i ransoms Dormer wtadows ;
i etc. Easily aplied lasts a n
life time stands the weather. I
Call or phone us we want to
show you a nice line ot sara- '
pies and tell you about Vitro-
. 115 KorATtL-a Street
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 160, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 10, 1907, newspaper, July 10, 1907; Chickasha, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730240/m1/5/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.