Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 10, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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Un YT WEEKLY EXPRESS
V OI. -A..L Etabilhad Ib92.
Chickasha Indian Territory Tuesday March 10 1903.
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Let the Commercial Club lose no time in sending an invitation to Mr. Hearst and his Congressmen to include Chickasha in their trip.
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New Street Hats
This styles aro ontirely different fr Sprint? aixl vi h;iv!
made prrporutioiiH to serve yon belter and more satisfac-
tory than sujy previous time. The stock is hupr and
more exclusive in designs than before shown and our best
efforts shall be put forth to make this our greatest millin-
Visit this Department
and sec the New Styles. We are al-
ways giad to show you through.
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Bank of Commerce
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lieiler in ail
lew and Second-Hand Goods.
BARGAINS THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
High Grade Cooking
and Pastry Oil
For Bakers Hotels Restaur-
ants and Family use where an
absolutely pure vegetable fat is
Pniinln Is neutral vegetahlo oil simply retined leav-
I IX II U Hi io jt i)rjht lemon color ami is al.Milutely
juro niaile from select cotton seed mid is unexcelled by any
other brand on tbo market.
j nl . lg j.urer and better than the lio lurds on tbe
- ultt mnrket for reason it is vegetable rather than
jjtmal fat and take the place of both lard and butter.
Pnnnln Is t!u'sicr th:m
Fi(Turo ou a given ijnantity of Ixjtb. and .eu for your
Is not a cbcip tlii'inically ticakd white oil con-
tainin" chemicals u.-ed in bleach in" which are
injurious to the stomach but .is simply rct.iud in ks natural
state absolutely pure made from the be.-t thick and is far
superior hi the compounds hcio fllered to the trade which
which are composed of cotton seed oil betf tallow etc.
Chickasha Cotton Oil Co.
The following is a letter from one of our customers:
Chickasha I. T. March 'J 110."..
Chickasha Cotton (MI Co. Chickasha I. T.
Dear Sirs Your "Tanola" brand cf rehncd cotlou seed
oil for culinary purposes cannot ho too highly recommended.
I haio used refined cotton seed oil exclusively in the place of
Wtli lard and butter for twenty dive years and tind it an m-
diepensible bmisc hold article not only more economical hut
beinc a pure vc-etnble oil is more healthy far superior to
lard Mid butter- cuial. Thf. (Hi. is I'scD in thk Same
I'KoronTioN as Laiu anp r.n i KU. oiirs truly
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C. T. ERWIN.
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for reason' it takes as
and cotds vou less rer
UK RODE THE GOAT.
Atkinson Proved audC'liared
in the Order of Knights
Dr. D. T. Atkinson a promin-
ent young medical practitioner of
t b is city who has been a resident
but a abort time was proven in the
Rank of Esquire and charged m
the high ami armorial Rank of
Knight at the meetirjg of Wash-
ita Valley Lodge No. 43 last
The meeting was a most success
ful and enjoyable one nearly thir-
ty local Knights and visiting breth-
ren being present. The Ampli-
fied Hank of Knight was conferred
by the lodge for tire first lime the
splendid new drill team recently
organized giving the work with
due inipreaMvenesH and solemnity
Washita Valley Lodge is attract-
ing some of our brightest and bt
young men audits future lioks
very roseate to itsfaith.ul members.
DOUG. M. DRAKE DEAD.
A Ke'cit Arrival In Cblckasba
Expires of Pneumonia at
the Iowa House.
D. M. Drake aged 0 year.
an ateil gentbnian who recently
! caitiefrorn Wichita Kails Tex. died
at 7 o'clonlc this morning at the
Iowa House after au il 1 ue6s of one
week of beu'r pneumonia.
Mr. Drake became a resilient ol
Chickasha about six years ago and
bag since made his home hre. He
h'ts a daughter at Addington a
In other at Cbeheaatid a daughter
Mrs. Lowe residing on Sixth street
in Chickasha. The icmiins were
t-In Plied away this afternoon on
the Kock Island train at 2 o'clock
accompanied by relatives.
A first class lady compositor
can secure a permauent situation
at good waves by applying at the
Express office. We want one wbo
can set at least three galleys of ten
point a day. If women only knew
it there is not a better paying or
more pleasant occupation than that
of type setting but is takes time
to learn it and patience persever-
ance and a knowledge of the rules
of English grammar and composi-
tion to master it.
A GisrLEMAx's Smoki Castle
Hall Cilab Five Cents.
100 PER CENT CURED.
Dr. McKanna's treatment a Positive
and Permanent Cure for the
The best evidence of the value
of a treatment for the lbjuor babtt
is found in tno record it is actual-
ly making the per cent of patients
cured. It is not an impossibility
to cure the liquor habit in all its
vlages as Dc. McKaoua has proved
nor is it au exaggerated statement
in sayiug that 10') per cent or alt
tt3 patients treated by Dr. Mc-
Kanna aie positively cured of all
desire for drink and every trace of
the liipror disease banished from
the system. This may seem to
those who are not familiar with Dr.
McKaoua 's methods like a pretty
strong statement to make bat it is
a fact nevertheless that can be ver-
ified by a little investigation. The
miserable showing in the wbj of
actual cures made by the so-called
cures niakps Dr. MeKanua's won-
derful success appear miraculous
but the fact of the matter is that
Dr. McKanna has originated and
developed a treatment that cures
the li'iuor disease lu men as easily
as ttie physiciau cures measles in a
child and has kept his secret well.
There are many imitators but no
one as j et has been able to discover
Dr. McKanna's secret.
There is no dangerous hypo-
dermic to go up against or bad after-effects
to fear in Dr. McKan-
na's treatment and every patient
will Cud that instead of a hardship
it is more of a pleasure.
Full information will be cheer-
fully furnished anyone who calls
or writes Dr. McKanna at either
ot bis offices Kinsas Citj Mo.
Eii-venth and McUee streets phoue
230 Mthi: Chicago. Ill 1S2 Dear-
j born strec' phnne 1039 Central;
j Oklahoma City est Ninth street.
! Lenox .Soap fur tho iannd'y ar.d
I kitchen. H wou't chap your
hands or ruin the clothes. Pt
Daily Express 10c per week.
See SlUMOiVS New Line of
In all the lateat styles with
Prices Low. No trouble to
show Goods J- j- j-
3IO Chickasha Avenue.
THEY WANT THE LADIES.
Retail Clerks Will Extend Their
Orgaaiz-Uiou to Include Wo-
The Retail Clerks Cuion recent-
ly organized iu this ctty wi'.l hold
a meeting at the Odd Fellow's ball
over Kendall-CuiUway 's store to
fiuish their organization aud make
The boys are lonely and they
want the ladies to become mem-
bers of their society in which
laudable desire they areipnte right.
Alt the ladies who will baud tbeir
namts to the uecrfUry today or
attend the meeting tonight w It be
included in the charier nieiubersbif
All members and idl ladies iuior-
e -ted are urj;ed to attend tho uioj t
JACK FA WS LKCrUKF..
An Eveut Postponed From Last
Evening Will Bo Given
The entertainment oi Jack I'aw
which was to have beeD given lust
night by the Federation of Wo-
men's clubs at the Methodist
church will be given tonight.
Every enterprising citi.au and
well wisher for Chickasha's pro-
.e8B will feel some luterest in the
success of tins entertainment.
From every source press pulpit
and public the eutertainmeiiteomes
highly recommended' Tickets ou
sale at the usual place. The en-
lertainiuent will commence at vsLIO.
Don't miss it.
DON'T FORGET TIIE IlUl'.
Chickasha Society Will Dance at
the Murray Hall Thursday
Messrs llogan and Morey man-
agers of the enjoyable dance at the
Murray hall last Friday eveninc
have issued invitations forauother
hop to take place Thursday night
at the same place. 'This night was
selected so as not to interfere with
the engagement of the Olympic
opera company ou Friday e'veuiug.
The Chickasha Harp Orchestra
will play aud a rojal good lime
is promised to ail who desire to
MASONS BAN QUE IF. D.
Corah Arch Chapter Conferred
Degrees and Ate Oysters
The Royal Arch Masons of the
city had a most enjoyable meeting
at tbeir hall over tho Mississippi
store last night when the degrees
of Mark aud Past Master were con
ferred upon several candidates.
There were a number of visiting
frateis present and at the couclo.-
sion of the work all adjourned to
the Midway restaurant where an
enjoyable fensl of oysters wag
S K I. L s x a t:
McAlesier Goal !
The best that money will
buy. We screen all our
Coal mid give our custo-
mers irood clean l!o.d
and I'uomtt Skh. i t.
Give is Tvinl Order
Wf. Wil l. I'kask Yet".
IT WAS A ROMANCE.
Miss Crawford Came to Chickasha
to Work But Changed Her
A few weeks ago Miss Myrtle
Crawfoid a beautiful and accom-
plished young lady of Carthage Mo.
came here to accept a position as
saleswomen at the MisgissippiMore.
ho was a pleasant agreeble lady
xand uiado friends rapidly prov-
ing a most valuable assistant to
8be began to receive letters al-
most from the moment of htr
arrival. One two three a day
they increased at a rapid rate and
her business associates soon began
to realize she bad left behind her a
love-lorn swain who bad found
out after he had lost her bow
much he loved her. -
February 14 brought a handsome
valentine aud the Rock Island
passenger train a few daye ago
brought the ardent young lover
himself determined to win his
lady-love and take ber back to his
home as his promised bride.
The young man's name is Chas.
Clobe of (Jirard Kas. and while
here he was the guest of Earl Page
what time he was not in the
company of his fair inamorata
lie proved to be a most successful
lover for so persistent was his suit
tint Miss Carwford resigned her
position a few days ago and yester-
day's train bore the happy couple
back to the scene of love's young
dream she as his promised bride.
The wedding bells ring out glad
tidings in a few days aud Miss
Crawford will have no more hearty
well-wishes than her friends of the
Mississippi store and the Daily Ex
Chickasha Young Men Want Some
Place to Pass their Lonely
The young men of tbickasba
who desire to eojoy the pleasures
and amusements of life will meet
tonight at S o'clock at the Murray
hall to make arraugement to or-
ganize a young men's social club.
There is no place here for the
young men to pass a pleasant
eveniDg and the hoys feel this ic-
convience very keenly It is to try
and tind some plan whereby a reg-
ular club room may be fitted up
and some of the comforts of life
sujoyed that the meeting is called.
An urgent invitation is extended
to all iuterested to be present.
Wedding ot two Popular Society
People to occur iu Nashville
Mrs. Joe Olive mother of tht
bride has announced the miptiais
of hcrdon jhter Miss Mamie an
accomplished society young lady of
this city and Mr. Beu Johnson
assistant cashier of the First Na-
tional Bank and a well known
busiuess man which will be solemn-
ized at the home of the bride in
Nashville on March 2o. After a
short bridal tour the coup's will
be at home to friends in this city
after Ap-il i. Tm; Evnass es-
ter sis advance congratulations.
A Tex O.vr
Five Cfnt Piacis
Fl.Kl.iMi FOR A j
To California and points in the
northwest. Commencing Feb. I.")
and continuing daily outil April .'10
the Frisco system will sell one way
second class volouifts 'ickets to
San FraDcisco Sacramento Los
Angeles and other California points
at rate of (.2500 from Chickasha.
Very low rates within Lie above
limits to Billings Ot'den Salt
Lake Helena (Spokane and Port-
land und other northwestern
F'or further particulars cull ou
or write ti. R. Phillips
B.F. Dunn Local Agent.
I). P. A. Chickasha I. T.
A Srii'lOTLY Uiciu Quauk Ciuai;
ihe BiF Cash Store
J. G. MAYS Prop'r.
Ull stock is now complete with all the new ideas in Wash
(ioodH Laces und Embroideries. Wc would suggest an early
inspection as tho prices we aro now ollering and a groat many of the
new things will not l hud later on. The following ia a fow of our
i I'ercale fast colors
House Can Missing
Indian Head Munlin
Regular 10c pearl P tit tons
The best 'i linen Napkin in
10-4 White iSpro.ul
Apron Gingham' :
Of Ladies and Misses chamhray
sun-bonnets all colors and uicely
trimmed. Ladies at only '2.c and
Misses at only 2Uc at the Big Cash
56 (it J. G. Majs.
Who ever of oranges selling at
2.50 per box for lancy stock what
wilt be the price Wednesday at
Abercroinbie's pay as you go gro-
Fori'LAR With Parthvlvh
Peoilk Casxlk Hall Ck;ak.
Is the lDotd perfect au 1 sanitary Mattress on the market.
One solid bat. of Lint Cotton and
Guaranteed lo Last a Lifeline!
We are sole agents for Chickasha. Notice the "Iseely''
in our window. .
45 lb. A. C. A. tick - $10.00
45 lb. Satin Stripe tick - 1 1 .OO
45 lb. Fancy Art tick - i 2.50
Will continue all this month.
Tako advantage of it and
SAVE SOME MONEY !
Next to Chickasha
In Chickasha has visited
our store carefully in-t-pei
ted our large stock of
jewelry Watches Dia-
monds Silverware Cut
(.lass China etc. and
patronized us liberally
all for which wo are very
ANOIMfR IMINO-Otir prices re lh
lowi-bi knunu tur Uifcli Grutle Goods
HALTOM & OWSLEY
N'-xt tu filixu a Hank.
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Ilaigams in remnants of Kibbona
The old reliable Hamilton fc
llrown IShoo fof "Men Women
and Children. The kind that
wear and every pairguaranteed.
We ate tillering a special bargain
in u big lot of Silkahne
'M inches wide ........ lUti
lied Table Linen .j-
Wenched Tablo Linen r
DIeached Table Linen
72 inches only ......... HUG
J. G. MAYS.
Drink Limade a llovey's. ' A
preventive of typhoid and ccarlet
fevers. 12 tf
When in need of funeral supplies
call on Claycomb'& Anderson.
Store phone 22'J residence 'Jf7
Eiubalmiug a specialty. 5o 6t
Notice I have removed my law
ollicc from over the F'irst National
bauk to tho Sayer building over
the Dank of Commerce opposite
the postoflicc. F. E. Riddle.
Ave. and Third St.
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