Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 308, Ed. 1 Friday, December 12, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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The OMckasha Egress. Friday December IS. 1902.
Sfrr- : LOCAL NEWS
Morgan & Gribi
Loves beautVf values comfort
appreciates economy. Hence
women find peculiar satisfac-
tion in . ...
Shot' for Women.
A Thoroughly High-G-rade
Shoe of Unusual Merit at a
A General Favorite
All style" fi"in tlio light and dainty
U the more substantial street boot. P
Sold Exclusively by
Morgan & Gribi
314 Chickasha Avenue
Hit; fat oysters at Hoveye.
Pahst Beer by the case at
Diit jod know that Hovey u
selling oysters! tf.
hosch Prog painters and paper
hangers 121 eonm M-coua sireei
Mr. Dewey of Marlow wan in
the city yit-torday on business.
Candies a aelecl line of the best
always on hand ut tho Midway Res-
Mr. end Mrs. 11. B. Green of
Apache O. 1'. ware among the
is tors lu the city yesterday.
If yon arc going to need a ..love
dou'l fail to see us. Bale & Wal-
C.iU at ' bli ' lor sofi dnuk. 217
Chickasba av.nue. Phone 00.
H. b. Callisoo of Apaobe at-
tended to aouio business matiers
i li this city yesterday.
8. P. Cook's nice soft drinks at
217 Chickasha avenue. Pnone 00.
IF YOU HAVE FUNDS
there ia no necessity
for them to lie idle
pays interest on de-
posits at the rate of
4 per cent per annum
CAPITAL - $100000.00
CHICKASHA 1M'. TER.
Outers received daily at Hovs.se
Buie & Wallace has just received
a car of stoves of tbe latest de-
0. E. Noble of Hobart ipent
yesterday intbiscity ateudingto
some matters of business.
Miss Kraukhauser. Herald Shoe
I Co. 301 tf
Low excursion rates for tbe hol-
idays on the Choctaw.
S. P. Ingram returned today
from Paria Texas.
Just What You Arc Looking For
DON'T BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
UNTIL YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE.
Our ten years' experience m our line ot business enables
us to know what the people want and we've got it this time
Just a few we want you to know about:
Burnt work made in Germany especially
for us and our Holiday trade. Pictures
of all the noted Indians in the Kiowa and
Comanche tribes. Just tbe thing to send
to your friends in the East.
DOLLS for the girls; from every na-
tion; all sizes.
LA. MI'S Parlor Lamps Desk Lamps
Ball Lamps; 36c to $25.00.
It pleasps everybody to know
bat they can buv the pure Baking
Powder named '-Perfect'' so reas-
onably. The Mascot
Anyone needing glasses ahonld
consult Miss Krankbanser at once
ns her slav here ia limited. At
Herald Shoe Store. 301 if
Mrs. II. W.-Dunlap of Frederic
O. T was a guest at the Early ho-
lei Inst niglii while passing through
t!ie city between trains.
Persons desiring information
about the homestead laws should
see 9 H. Ileskelt. Ho ia a special-
ist in that line. Over Ssrhscks.
d. 1 mo.
Mrs. Dr. Johnson wnl fillordeis
for cut flowers of all kiuds at tbe
Chickasba Greenhouse. Floralde-
Have Koaoh Bros
old buggy. $6.00 .
All kinds of legal blanks for
sale at tbe Daily Express office.
Boacb Bros. painters and paper
bangers. 121 South Second St.
Go to Ray Bios 322 Oblckasba
avenue for all kinds of bakery
prodncis. Phone 217. 308 tf
Lewi- Lee of Harrison O. T.
was nuiunj. the business visitors
.n this citv yesterday.
Fresh breel ctkea pies etc. at
Ray Bms 322 Chickasba avenue.
Pbone 218. 308 tt
'rimmr- 7 1 . v ..JWhor-o n-i Vnn O
2w' !r- Take Your deals'
W. H. Alderson of Bradley
was in Chickasha today and a bus
ineas cailer at this office.
CAJIDLG STICKS Sterling sUver
and gold plated the lato novelties 50c to
designs 25c to $ti.00.
All tlio latest
ALliUMS and Picture
plete line 50c and up .
PEIf l-IJ IVS ES All the popilhu brands
a suitable present at any time 25c to
4.00 per bottle.
MIRRORS Gold and Silver plated in
beautiful designs 1.00 to $5.00.
A beautiful line and
JPA.FB51 Crepe Tissue Paper in all col
ors for flowers and decorations.
Also paper folders pocket books toys vases. BUT OUR
HP AGE IS LIMITED and we will have to ask you to come
ari pa No trouble to show goods. Hurry up and don't wait
until they are picked over.
Brown & Co.
Telephone No. 19. 211 Chickasha Avenue
Wants For Sals For Rent Etc.
Wanted To buy second baud
bran sacks. Wbiteman Bro. d If
I lOrdei yjur Christmas and New
Year's c...e of Kay Bros. 322
Ubiukasha avenue. Pbone 218.
I . r Kir-' ai.'l I!
Oklu. Bwllrnait rare jut
boukN. li ird aail room
H" p.-r muolb
Palace of Sweets
R. C. QU1GLEY Proprietor
Orders by phone re-
ceive Bpecial attention
At the .MUJWAi of cours
Better try it.
They have aysrjetblng in
season either A la CASTS or
ET TABLE Dl BOTE.
Vou're sure of good service and
a splendidlv served meal at
320 Chickasha Ave.
Annie Dinsmore McClure;
VOICE TEACH E B .
Wil sing for chinches lodges
chrbs. parlor niusicalcs and
Phone .No. lib".
Dunham Transfer Line
ortTCE BASEMENT CITIZEN
l'iano Moving Guaranteed.
Arthur Ingle Wgv.
BICYCLES AND SPORTIM fiOOIS
We are getting in new goods
daily anil have Borne very
tine Guns to rent.
Our repair shop hasrecent-
Ijcon enlargeil and now we
are ready for repair work of
Come snd see ns: we'll treat yon righ
We believe in having a var-
iety of Dishes and plenty of
Whenever the name of
Chickasba is mentioned
The Globe is attached to
it as the place to get your
W. C. HATSELL
117 Cliickusha Ave.
Sewing MaGhine Co
Our ufiice is now located in the
Herald Shoe Co. Building where
wa will lie glad-to see our friends.
I will place a Singer Machine in
tour home on trial. I also carry
a full lire of parts and attach-
ments for all machines needles
machine oil etc.
A. B. MORGAN
M. E Hebree. a well known trav-
eling man of Ft. Worth was In
tins city yesterdav calling ou his
many friends and coslomcrs here-
Tbe regular annual meeting of
ihc sioukholdera of Ibe Citizen's
Na-ional Hauk will be beid at iben
(itlice on Ihe second Tuesday in
One fare fur the round tlio "n
ibe Cbontaw December 24 M MO
31 1902 and January t 1903.
Tickils HMd to ret ii r n until Janu-
ary 2 19113.
The purity of the Baking Po-
der named ''Perfect' is a guarau
tee agxintt sallow oriopl xiou
caused by indigestion. The Mas-
Mrs. J R. Casebsnm of Walter
O. T passed through this city
yesterday enrouin to her hoiu'-
afier a pleasant visit at other
To Onr Friends and Customers:
We have added to our line of sad-
dlerr and harness a neat line ol
hardware and stoves and we
earnestly solicit a share of your
trade. Thanking you for past fav-
ors we will certainly appreciate
your future trade. Bnie & Wal-
lace. 254 dw if
Ou acconu' of installation Hoo
lino order at L w on O. T. Sat-
urday night D. c. 13 the Frisco
system will sell tn-.kets to thai
point at rate of $ 0 for ipuad
trip. Return limit Deo. 14tb
Last season for Chriatmai we
bought a line line of drop slitcb
hose. They were all right but the
trouble was we did not buy
eoongb. This year we bought
about four times as many and we
expect to please every body.v.' Tbe
Famous Jackmao & Lemon.
J. 0. McUaoland of Duncan I.
T. was attending io some business
mailers lu this city yesiesday
step into 8. P. Cook's Terri-
torial drinking parlor at the "66''
217 Chickasba aveoue. Phone 60.
The order of Eastern 8iar will
meet at Uie Masonic- hall Saturday
.iighl. Business of importance Oe-
nimds the atlenlion of all mem
tlei your whiskey brandy wine
and beer fur Christmas and New
years at the Line Saloon. Buy a
Reuben Bogard of Alex a well
auown oitizi-n of tbe new town waa
shaking bareis vith friends io this
Miss Siryker of Kansas Olty
Mo. was in the city last evening
spending a few honrs with friends
and Paper Hangers
All work Guakanteeb. Call co-
leave orders at Wni. Murray's
real estate oSice.Chiehasha Ave.
Lester L. Price
The middle term examinations
in tbe intermediate and gramnier
gradrs of the. Chickasba public
schools will begin next Monday
and continue till the work is ac-
complished. They will be con-
ducted by the various teachers at
the several schools of the ctiv.
L. H. Watkins traveling repre
sentative of the Fay Sholes type
writer Co.. wilh headquarters at
Oklahoma Ci'V was in tbe city
veaterdav in tbe interest of bis
machine and paid the Express of-
fice a pleasant call. Mr. Watkins
represents oue of the very best ma-
chines outside of those manufac
tured by Ibe trust it has been our
o'easnre to see. and it should meet
with a readv sale in ibis aeciion of
country. The Fay-Sholee is a type
writer boilt on entirely new 'ioes
from anything we have ever sem
and an eminently practical machine
That Boy of Yours
will appreciate a Magic Lantern Air
Gun Tool Chest or Steel Body Wagon
3 Door North Citizens Nal
For the (small Boys we have Rocking Horscf
o' Lanterns Iron Trains and a great man:
delights the small boy's heart.
; Horns Jack
Remember the early buyer gets the
THE NICKEL STORE.
Boy wanted a hostler' over" 15
years old to deliver paper must be
reliable; no ''kids" wanted. Eo-
uire at Daily Express omce.
Mr. and Mrs. George Perry Give a
Dance News Noles
Cows that will be fresh ioashort
ima for drv cows or heifers. See
V. E. Cecil 402 Colorado ave.
For aale One boggy horse 8
ears old. good goer well broke
nd genile. For particulars in-
nire at this office. tf.
Foi Sale One half block on
Eighth and Oregon avenue with
nonse barn wiioimiil and well in
yard. Aldress W. D. Bally
For bale at s bargain. Our
n-jear old driving mare and bnggy .
lre perfectly sound good single
KiuM" or saddler. Bee R. F.
Seoffern or H. L Hobart.
Furnished Booms Mrs. Tiipp.
London Euuland. Deo 12. It
has been officially announced that
England and Germany are at war
with Venezuela. Hostilities art
"Rip Van Winkle was a luokj
man' but no luckier man vnose
who are after an evening of fon
and attend "A Chicago Tramp" at
be Wagner opera house on Tuee-
day Deo. 16.
The New Oeolury club will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'olock
with Miss sue Sbepard on North
fhird itreet between Pennsylvania
and Illinois street.
Four room house barn and well.
quarter of block of ground all for
Co eh tan & Thompson.
A CH Kid I'M Art HINT.
Miss Frankhaoier is making teo
per cent discount on all optical
goods. This is your opportunity
to supply yourself witn accurately
Bited glasses. At Herald onoe
Store. "Sieel frames 1 .00 and up.
gold 5.00 and up." 301 If
You will have to hurry if yoo
Two lots closa tn for Ki.iii.
A furniture store good business.
A rooming house 20 rooms.
A boarding bouse 8 rooms.
A nuaiter to .'Hoc of school land
A six room house on south Hill
A photograph gallery fine bosi
Some other bargains. Come an
Cochran v Thompson.
For Rent. Boom overlhe Trust
company Bank. Inquire of H. C.
Wbiteman at tbe teleehone office.
Tbe Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf
R R. will sell holiday excursion
tickets locally si one fare for tbe
round trip. December 24.25and3lt
11102 and January I 1903 limited
for the return until January 2 P.'O
Old papers for sale at
Th stomach is our best friend
and the next best is the " Perfect
liakinor Powder It is chemically
pure and assist indigestion. Mas
Have Boacb Bros
Many of tbe sayings of the
genius bono are aaid in a spirit of
fun "injtstiog guise bat tf ye
are wise ye know what tbe tests
are worth. There is many
truth to be found in the dips of
tbe cential figure in - A Chicago
Tramo" which will be at the Wag
ner opera bouse on Tuesday Dec.
J. P. Dsllasand family of Chick-
asha moved to Laverty Monday.
He is employed ou the railroad.
A. Q. Bower went to Chickasba
Thursday after extra machinery
fur a saw mill.
Charlie Nye went to Chickasha
Mrs. Benton of Chickasba was
vUiling friends ia Chickasha Sun-
day. J. G. 8haw of Pond Creek ar-
rived in I.averty Tuesday.
Prentis Ater returned to bts
home in Chickasha bunriav.
Tbomas Peery of Chickasha
spent Sunday with reialies near
Mr. and Mrs. George Perry giv
a dunce at their home two nun -southwest
of Laverty Satun.av
evening About menu -the
oooples were present and enjoyed
one of tbe best dances uf tbe sea-
son. A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Smiley living north of town
Ssiurday night. All parties are
For the holidays tbe Frisco Sys-
tem will aell excursion tickets at
rale of one fare for the round trip
within adisiauet of 200 miles mini-
mum fl'ty cents. Dates of sale Dec.
54th 2oih v 31 1903
s. B Phillip agent.
some Bewlipai ' r
prlul waiter ta flt- up
npei. Much ot this is
-muv naruiiui psasiiw.
li U tlif ttii: i. fiti- ft. Ml WE KLV NE A fi
io iflVf helpful rt-acHntf Tbou adm wilt te
if l lit. bvlfu:iiKs to then. Aik your
The Farmers' tfafB''tS
profeMora aad other up oorib un coMHiom
that tioD t ill Tex 4 a. ItUtba actual eaja n
Det' of armtint tw-re at home who baB turt.- .1
uvtr tbe Mil
ODrtiai CHI. kA-HA IIM.V ElPKLM
Offer "z S.1"."
towu and rouiity Korll aU cftab la nhum n
we win ma 1 yn il i nuniA wimLf
KxPHXHarl Oalveatonor The tallaa Vmi-Wee-iy
News for it ibuutba Tbe Newa aiopa
wbea our time h out
Daily Expres. 10c per weeek.
R. P. TYE
Physician & Surgeon.
in Connection. .
(mice III Nort.t Forth Street.
Office ami Hospital pbone No. 3C.
Resident phone No 41.
DRAY AND TRANSFER COMPANY.
All kinds of Dray aud Transfer
Work Carefully aud Promptly
done. Phone 200.
All kinds of scavenger work
done on abort notice. Leave your
order at tbe Nickel Store.
301 tf J. B. Boairight.
: House an. Piyo Korist a Specialty.
Office three doors North of P.O.
L. SMITH & BRO.
cordially invite all of my old customers and friends and
the public at large to call and examine my stock of Christmas
Goods before purchasing elsewhere.
I have a full line of Handsome Watches Diamonds
Plain and Fancy Clocks Silverware Silver Novelties
Fountain Pens Ladies' Gold Pens Gold and Gold-Filled
Spectacles Ladies' and Gents Chains Charms Souvenir
Spoons Emblems Pins and Charms of all Secret So-
cieties Rings plain and set from $1.00 to $3.00.'
A new novelty of Oriental Bric-a-brac. An ornament
to any home. Something new in Chickasha.
I HAVE been in business in Chickasha for the last ten years nt the old stand. You may
depend on my goods being as represented. I buy for cash my expenses are small
and I have been in business so long that I can make the lowest prices in Chickasha. My
assortment this year is so extensive in variety that every taste can be Aatisfied.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
J. C. EISFELDER
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELR.
211 Chickasha Avenue at Brown's Drug Store.
Watch Inspector for the Rock Island.
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