Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 10, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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CHU f f a. elirPARO. Proprietor.
rt'JRtCr W. SMI FARO tditor.
entered at me Posloftioe ot Chkaasba I. T.
a second class mail matter
SMnk-le Copy c
For Week IT Carrier IW
lei tjun;t (3 mouths in alliance) tl oo
e'er Year in adauce I.oo
Weekly (Pul'.ished Kverv i rldaj'l loo
I'lease notti us )( you fail 10 (ret jour paper
Oittce 1'houe No. 43.
hciiucnce Fhonv No. at
I . Jl. Time Curd.
The Ruck Island SrsTEM.
io. II Chlcaiio. K C.nd Wichita. .
ho 12' Hallos and Fori o th i Ahm
No IM Okl .hotua i"ny ai-il Fl Ke.no.. :4uain
No. l-oirK. f. C. at.4 WicWia .. i :M pm
No 4 lalia and Fort Worth 2:iupm
No n Muum. Hobarl ADaaarko J2:M pm
No! . K. C 'lopeka. Wicnii. El
Keoo (except Sunday) lo:l pm
No. II. T rrull Bridgeport. Fori
Worth and Dallas l:m
No. It Wichita lopeka K. U. and
Cblcaso S:S6 am
No. i. fcl Kfio. Ichit end K. t.
texoepl Sunday) 8:-3ani
No. itrrall. HiiriKeiurt. Fori
worth aud Dallas l;Hpic
No. 4. wicliita. lupjka K C and
No. lS'i jtnaoarko Hobart Nauauin.. :N" pw
No. ISO Oklahoma City Kl Keto 7:fpai
TB Frisco SYSTEM.
No 414 Lawton Pnvder Ciuent 4:1 pm
No. 4.'4. Laatou. sjuvdcr Cement 1 -..to pin
No.il. Rt. Louis. K.C.. Okia. City...l).i'ain
No. 4.3 Oklahoma Ctty I pni
Nu.4H.Okl City. K C. St. Loula.... :ljpin
No. 4?4 Oklahoma City 1 :rf pm
No. 4i:l. Cement. Lawlon hnvder IIcikibiu
No.47;i. Lawton. ccnieui bunler 1.0 pm
rtaTlTandlTmake direct connection at
Oklahoma with trains to and from bt. Louis
and kauaat City. S. K. 1'Biujps Atfcut.
All wrnimr orders or otlicr ltital publica-
tions berselier inserted lu the Kxphknh wt 1
le charged lor atibe rale of l ui 'r njuare
(ten lines nonpareil uieasuremeoi ) for the
fl rot insertion and Hlc for eai h succctduitt in-
aertlon. This la the ra e iixedby the revised
statute of Arkansas for such li'Kii'. puhlica-
lions. Attorney will tlt ase take uolice and
trovern tb.eiuael cs aceordluKly.
KILLED 74 DUCKS.
Remarkable Succees of Three Lo-
cal Hunters on the Lake
Soath of Town.
K. Yeomao Frank Dea Combee
and Bam Lee of the plaining mill
went to the lakes seventeen miles
Booth of Otilckaaha Saturday to
shoot ducks. They bad a remark-
ably sncceB6ful trip returning this
morning with 74 tine specimens
all of them killed since Saturday
morning. Mr. Yeoman disposed
of moat of the birds to Jack Saw-
yer and patrons of the Kimball
bouse may expect a duck diet for
a few days.
Constable J. Howard Miller
who has been in Leavenworth
Kansas City and other eastern
points the past few days is expect-
ed to return home tod?y. Con-
stable Miller accompanied U. S.
Marshal Madsen in conveying the
batch of prisoners sentenced at the
recent term of federal coart to the
prison at Ft. Levenworth.
A new side walk is being con-
structed in front of the Murrsy hall
at Sixth and Cbickasha avenue.
The new meat market whichlis pre-
paring to open in this building
will be ready in a few days.
$2.00 par Bushel for Wheat !
l tin r?r Pi'chcl fnr Hnrnf
VhUU pwl UUklllwl IWI WUIIII
To the conservatively inclined
investor the above figures do not
appeal as being a possibility dur-
ing the present year. They are
out of reason ana no person any-
thing like posted on the market
conditions will entertain the idea
of seeing such fabulous prices for
the spring and summer options
vet there are commission houses in
the lare cities heralding abroad
the statement that such gigantic
proportions will be reached before
maturity of these contracts. We
do not believe in thce wild repre-
sentations and do not wish to be
quoted as having had any connec-
tion with them however we wish
lo say that the speculat've markets
were never in better condition and
more inviting to the conservative
investor than at present. We do
not look for a run away market
from p recent levels but believe
that the different commodities will
rule quite active and will bw con-
' hr-el to a range that will be prac-
tical! v safe for operations on
margin. We des.re to call the
public attention to our excellent
piivate wi1 facilities and continu-
ous quotation service second to
cone in the southwest. Utders
i fur immediate or future delivery
of COTTON GRAIN STOCKS
sd PROVISIONS solicited.
F.rrjbly invited to investigate
our service and financial ability.
ii.Kii.J UiilU.I UlUiiiii.C)
(iru.i.fiT Eito. Com. Co.
Vfice Third Doer North of Votl-
iZi. Tei Loue i.
STUCK IN THE MUD-
Another Tram Unable to Plow
Through Ibe Muck on Chicka-
sba A vt-uue.
Posers by aud Merchants on
Chickasba avenue between Second
and Third ttreets y-Bltrt1ay after-
noon hnd die amneeinent of wit-
nessing the performance ot a learn
attached to a heavy lumber wngou
which became stuck in one of tbe
deep mud holes near PeUtjoho'e
drugstore. The driver certainly
bae a ' bad hlf hour." Aftei
adopting every means of relief be
could think of. b finally dismount-
ed in the mud unhitched the four
beasts and left bis wagon tempo-
rarily until be could secure a se-
cond team. Eevn then it was all
the combinded teams could do to
move the mud-laden wheels.
Meanwhile those on the sidewalks
laughed and offer various alleged
LINE SALOON SOLD.
Henry Schafer Purchases An In-
terest In a Big Money-Making
Henry Schafer has purchaGed
the interest of W. A. fllcBae in
the Line saloon giving It ie said
$1000 bonus there for. The deal
was made yesterday and Bob Wil-
son Bob Howard Mr. Faubion and
Henry Bchafcr worked nearly all
day 8uuday invoicing the stock.
The Line saloon has been a
money making institution from the
time it was established and Mr.
Schafer will continue to hold a
WRECK AT MINCO.
FriegUt Smashed Up at Minco
Delays Passenger Traffic For
Over Eight Hours.
A mall freight wreak at Minco
Sunday morningdelajel passengi c
train No. 11 almost eight hoars.
The engineer of a freight train
running on No. H's time out off
bis engine and took a flagman
ahead to signal In coming baok
the rear end of his train
crashed into the front end derail-
ing a car of oranges and smashing
things np considerably. Nobody
BUYS ANOTHER STOCK.
D. P. Hawkins Acquires the Con-
fectionery Stand Next to the
I). P. Hawkins a well known
Chickasha merchant who conducts
a fruit stand on lower Chickasha
avenue rear the Rock Island pas
senger station has purchased the
the fruit stand adjoining the post
office on the north and will move
his Stock to that place at once.
Mr. Hawkins is a successful mer-
chant and enjovs a large trade
among1 our reoule.
WHIN YOU HAVE THIS MO MPS.
Keep Warm and Orafort Tourseli
Are Oujers Like You.
"I am 'willing to take my share ot
E ckness that la absolutely neceasArv'
Bald a young business man one day re
cently saya the Portland Express "Inn
I must confess that I was dlegupeij
hin I discovered two weeks ago (hat 1
had a sweet attack of the mumps. I
tried to delude myself that it was neu-
ralgia resulting from a had hftad coid.
but finally when the left side of mj
face was protruding so that I had .(
carry a ten-pound weight In my right
hand coat pocket Just to preserve mj
balance I decided that it might be wis(
to afk a physician.
" 'Mumps' said that worthy. "an4
tbey Btart in like very severe ones; gc
borne keep warm and comfort yoursel!
with the thought that there are plo.ntj
more at home like you who for tbt
first time ia th?ir li j know how the)
would look if fleshy."
" "But. doctor' I continued 'are voi
aure? I bit a picHe this mornin ani
it didn't seem to bo'her me much.'
' 'That Four pickle b'iFin"FS is lik I
good many other tests snperstitiot
pore and simple. I know one man wbc
firmly believes a piece of hempen tiD4
tied around a toe will prevent a corr
coming her. Tbe wh'ile principle 01
that pickle business is ripht here: Opei
your mouth w-'e when ymir frn-e ji
sw-nMrn with rr.tinirs and th Jaw ton
will totirh the infiamed and en'arge";
glands sending a shooting pais
thrmiEh the face.
" 'When :;: a s"!ir picUl yoj
are thinknp it Is g"ing to hurt and yo';
open your moi!h juKk and pwker it
around in such shape that you hricf
the jaw-bone against the swollen !and
and you atone experienc e the snarf
l'Rin you ejpe te-J. I have peen a rnti
wiih a bad raje of mumps suck a !e;s-
on so tb' shows the id et i ri"t tc
be re'.-d upon. a!honpb it may realij
work in frc" ases."
"Vii you know." ron'iu'ieij thyotjn
t'jineF man. "that all of onpht to bf
i jre f r. ) at' h the mump h"n wear
jouna-t-trr. It s frightfully humiliatini
?!: n yotir S'x lofy ftiee.ls it-;.;iie afie;
juu Lave s.mi one tell them r"S
are a fl ight wi;li the mump. It in't
a notile tf'-kce sonieh'.-w but it f cjuiti
ari.e5t hi! ft 'af "
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.
Chickasha Chapter No. 17
Royal Arch Msbous will meet at
the Maeouio hall next Monday
night March '. VMi at 7:30
o'clock for the purpose of con-
ferring the Mark Master's and Pabt
Master' degree ou three brethren
from Anadarko. Representatives
will be present from llcbart Okla.
teSing our recotmueudatiou to
open a thaper of Royal Arch
Masons at that place. Members
are requested to he preseut and
visiting companions are most cor-
diallv invited to attend.
E. Hamilton 35 K.T.H. T.
R. F. Sooffern 32 K. T.
DiviHion Fieig'at Agent Richel
of the Rock Island railroad is
now nicely installed in bis new of-
tioeovcr the First National bank
Mr Richel has fitted up a band
some suite of three rooms and bas
also added some handsome new
furniture wbichgreatly sets off the
apartment. He is well fixed for
the transaction of businesa per
laining to bis office.
Clavcomb nd Anderson have
received their new rubber tired
funeral car and have put in acoui-
nlete line of undertaking goods.
Wben in need don't fail to give
them a call before purchasing.
Night and day calls promptly at.
tended. Phones residence 229
store 267. Embalming a specialty.
Tersonallv conducted weekly
excursion cars leave Memphis
every Tuesday for California via
tha ('hnnleur Rnotr fnlnnri SVHlpm
and So. Pac. Ry. and for Portland
Oregon every Thursday via me
Choctaw Uuion Pacifio route.
Coming The Olmypia Opera
company March loana ii. inis
will be the theatrical event or this
season. Comio opera witn Deau-
tiful chorus of trained voices.
Don't miss it. tf
f"ll Twektiith century mlrrmd. operatln
i. Vji -lertrir Itrlitpd trnin.. obsetvfltion cte
and itterb dmiuK halls all itudet
management of Fasn Hakvkv.
The Mineral Fields of the
7iff Newlanda of Kansas Ok-
lahoma Indian Territory
The Gotton fields of Tennes-
see Alabama Mississippi.
Vhe FRISCO SYSTEM offers excursion rate
irrughnut the yeartothe famou health rer.i
.nd watering place
The Crescent Hotel In since being remod-
ed maintained aa strictly first-claas hotel
i i open the year 'round.
B .r. DUNN. S.R PHILLIPS.
O. P. A. Wichita Kan. Local Agent.
B. P. SMITH Prewldent
W. W. HORF4B V. rrewidenti
Citizens National Bank
Chlcliaalia Ind. Ter
CaI'ITAL $60000.00. Si Kl'Ll S ANU riiOFITS f-'O.OOO.OO
D I RECTORS.
B. P. BMITH WM. INMA.N W W. HOKNE J. V. SHARP
J. F. DRIUGEH3 J. 0 DRlllGERti Et. F. JOHNS
Acoouot of merchant torpor&iions acd Individuals olk!ted Eveir court-
esy extended consistent with conaervathe banaltic
Canned Goods Staple
Butter Eggs and Other Country Produce a Specialty.
I'll one 2300.
MSS ROSE OWENS
No. 720 Seventeenth St.
'If every tufferine woman
htt the tame vpenencewith
Tine of Cardui that I had
your medicine will be trost
ripular. About a year arr
begin to have a vera out
tired feeling with lisjifude
pain in the back and head
wHkh kfrt incrtnsipg every
month. I felt that I needed
something but to grt the
rifht medicine -isthe trou-
ble. I finally decided on
yrxif Vine of Cardui nd only needed to
take there bottle wben I wa fully re.
T771HFV MiM Po Owen.. ych
III I re.'pnnsibla po'itin in
I " I tb CioTornment itfTTiro at
Vriincton D (:. rlecidet to
f'T VTin' of rardui. ba mae "is
rhoieff. Ott a million women br
hen rlirM of ffrnitl wakrb? this
m Win of t'ard'ii. it ia ?vt a
itrorir wlifinabnt may bs taksn fy'?
day in tn Tar by any woman wiia
lenfit. It dog net t"r rmiult but
rorrio f"ann of tht menptrtial
orsann. Jt. ftronc'hen" th rryoni
vf.ro civ nf fl tha bodily func-
tion vt dirrtlr on tb penital
orran. aid in th f;ret omc for
mn known to tha c)nc of tndirin.
tl.OO PER MONTH
ChBl P. .Drown It D. KdK'ar 11. Hrown M. LI.
BROWN & BROWN
Physicians and Surgeons
Oflice over Donovan'i Clothing Store.
Resident phone 75 unite phone 154
JAMES M. BOND
Office over L. 8. Field & Co.
310J Chickasha Avenue
Cmt'K ash a ini). Teh.
DR. F. WARREN
Office Corner Third and Chick
aijba Ave. over Clay Donovan's
JI. L. ORIOSBY
Attorney tit Law
Practice In all courts In the Territory.
teford Bond Alger Melton
BOND & MELTON
Office in First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
CO Potter b barefoot. J DCarmlchael.
Potter. Barefoot & CbaraicliacI
Attorneys at Law
Offloe over Brownaon'a i'horoiacj
Chickasha Ind. Ter
F. E. RIDDLE
HOTART PUBLIC t STKNOQEAFHEB
Rooms Over Iiaukot Coininercc. in Bayer Bl'il.
DR. C. SIDNEY FOSTER
Office over Bank of Chickasha.
W. H Webster
C0ADY & WEBSTER
J. W. VOCEL Ansoclte
Colcord Hiag. Cblckahb
DR. ADELAIDE L. SMITH
Diseases of Women
and Children ....
Ofiice Over Sarbach's.
B f HOLDING raaNKMiaiLEt
HOLDING & BAILEY.
Oflice in Saver Ride Chickasha I T
ChickashaDray and TransferCo
All lilndh of Dray and Transfer Work Cre
fully and promptly done. Phone i;u.
L. SMITH & BR0.
Office Under Citizen's National Bank
Owsletj Marble Go.
TONBSTONER IRON FENCK AUD
ALL M0RK (1'ARAMEED.
-Wm. INM1N V. PH.Ident
ID. r. JOHNS Cashier.
and Fancy Groceries.
WASHINGTON D. C.
If you are a aufferinir wo
man w would ny to Ton
that AVineof Cardui teldom
fails to completely cure any
ra.e of female iUs. We asy
fTnrhatically it nr faili
to t"ipfit. Every day hun-
rlreHnof sufffrra ar writing
to our Ladi' Adyiaory I-
rartmTit. Th Htrt ar
opc-ned by erri comr-
tnt to bit advit. Mr.
Jon( wan cnrtd bT fnllow-
lnd tba adnre whirh m fr!r riven
br by tha Iadio" Advisory Tiepart-
aint. Mi (iwpnii wan rurd without
adyjre by jut bncinB a t! .X) botile of
Win of C ardui from hr dmeiri.t and
taking thia grt medicin in tha pri-
rvt of hr born". Ko H -!or'i i-
amination treatment or adyira i rteo
ry. Yon hv rad what th two
r nrd" wr.rn t av writ'en. 1 thi n"t
onoofh to load you to de'ermine to b
rid (.( ntffrir?
Aneut 13. lV) Mm. W. H. Jor.e.
of l amron. Mo.. wti':
"I lufff red terribly at mooibly peetod
fof three year. 1 .-oid oenetme eo foe
even month with bo tiow at H. Now
I have my bealth btck ein nd tm
expecting to be coefsned a January. I
eanoot peee your rredkine enough.
A million nfrin women
hsr f.Hinfl r!iff in
10c per week.
eresident Theoiore Rooeelt
becretary of slate John Hay
Secretary of treasury .. Lcalie M. ?ihaw
Secretary of war EUbu Koot
AUorncy-tienerul H. C. Knoi
roblmaster General Heury B Payne
Secretary of nayy John D Long
Secretary of Interior E A Hichcock
Secretary of atfricullre James Wilson
Secretary of commerce Cieo B cortelyou
CoromiSbiouer Ind. ffairs... W A Jonea
Ind. Agt. for Ind Ter 1 B Shoenfel!
hid Inspector J G corge Wright
Bey. Inspector Frank J Churchill
Terms op The TJ. S. Court Kob Yiab !T2
At Chickasha Hcins Monday September
M. U). and Monday Kobruary I leoa ud
oontinuea in Ht'ssnn two weeks.
At Ryan Bct'lns Monday (Jctoher IS lo2.
and Monday. March it nioi and continue In
aeuaton ten day.
At Purcell Hrirlna Thursday. October 1!3
l(k2. and 'l'h ursday A arch U' lPO'J and con-
tinuea for ten days
At Pauls Valley BcpinN Monday Novomber
H. aud Monday March 'li luuJ and eon
tinue a for aix week
At A rdraore Monday. December 1ft. IBj'." acd
Monday May 4 1U03 and continues for en tit
wetja or longer.
U . S.Soctbebb District Couht
Judi.'e Hon. Hosea Townsend
Lllatrlot Attorney...". W B Johnson
District Clerk CM Catnpoell
Marsha! AB Colbert
Referee to Bankruptcy E Hamilton
U S Commissioner E M Fayne
Deputy Manual C Madsou
Constable J H Miller
Deputy Clerk J W Speak
Jailor H M Gibson
Episcopal Rev W RMoCutche'n rector
Christian Key John A Stevens
M. E. Church Rev G U Kay
Baptist Rev George H Thompson
Presbyterian Key W B Leonard
Cumberland Fresbytorlan ... Kev L. A ueactor
Catholic Kev Father a M Urban
HOARD or EDCCATIOH.
J A Hose I'rcsident
E M Payne (Secretary
D B Emcraoa T H Biirgers Keford Bond
K M Cocbrau
On teit brooks and course of study Cochran
Fayne and Emerson.
On rules and regulations Biggers Bond and
Finance Esaerson Boud and Payne.
On examining and nominating teachers
Bond Payne and Cochran.
On builillnjrs grounds and suppliea - Fayne.
Boud Diggers Kmeraou and Cocbrun .
Chic&asha post orricc.
From S. a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
bunday 8 to 9 :30 a . m
J. A. Rose Postmaster
Mayor R F ScofTern.
l'ollco Judge H L Grlk'sby.
Attorney Alger Melton.
Thief of police D I. Hopkins.
Clerk and Assessor--W T Cloud
Treasurer W M Edrds.
' 1st ward--B p Smith Webb Hendrlx
2nd ward - - E S Fletcher W A Ferguson
3rd ward--w W Whitemsn.DF Yeoman
4th ward--Frank Brown. V7 H Bright.
The city council meets every 1st and 3rd
Thursday nights of each month at the Mayor
Stieet and Alley-Frank Brown D. F. Yeoman
W. AFerguhon B. P. Bmllh.
WebbHcndrtx W. W. Whlteman W.H. Bright
E S Fletcher Webb Hendrlx B p Smith.
W. A. F'erguhon E. a. Fletcher B r. smith
B P smith Frank. Brown. D E Yeoman.
PUBLIC 1 M PHOT EM EJiT
W W Whlteman WebbHendrit W H Bright
Frank Brown E B Fletcher Webb Hendrlx.
B P Smith W A FerglMn. D F Yeoman.
DEMOLAY commander y
No. 4. K. T
Metton the flrl Mondj
CH 1CKABHA CHAPTER
No. 17 R A. M.
Meet on the 2nd ana 4ta Monday
J. William 8peker H. F.
A S Gllkey Sertar
reicKisni lcdce xo. 52
AUC'EKT OF DEB UaiTED WoRIMCM
Meet every Thursday night la new A. O. C.
W. Ball. All member n4 vtaUtnf brother
Invited F. J. Courcier Recorder
J.S. Ttmn M. W.
CHICKASHA LODGE NO. 2. 1. O. O. r.
Meet Tuesdar nlitht
.fl tl K John Itxen. N. G.
A. Batght Secy.
MODERN WOODMEN or aMEKICA
Meets every rndaj night in a Of W HU.
Visiting mcaiber cordially Invited to attend
N B Pof r JBTatman.
EVERGREEN KFHKKAH LODGE NO. II
Meet 1st aod Jrd TburtOy oighu of eack
Carne H'tiliamson. N. G.
Mr. Delia rayne. See
Chickasha CAmp No. M W.o. W.
Meeth the Hrst and tinrd Frl'lav tllKht ol
ecn month J M. Wantlawl t"0 Com
J. K. birncniuc r. Clerk.
C. B. CARrENTEI- AND JOINERS.
Meet 1st and rd Wednesday nt each monta
la I O. O. F. hall at 7 30 p. m.
1. H. McGL'lRE. Pre.
L. E. MILLER Beo
'"'"rt L'l.UKAtHA LODC
' NO. 79
A. F. a A.M.
; .-''! Meeiseo Saturday
:ereolne cn or before
he foil moo of each
Jtioolh All Me
In good n1n are
trntt ntir to fi'i ip
.pS'-e M'l h of t li'S t
It tbm of the SKM1 wt.t KLY NKtA'i
to tv hHp'n' tf .'itnir . Th'''i'.nls will
t'y lo us heipfu'tirss to ttir'.. Ask yur
The Farmers' fVE!:;.
ritn h i'oi )e
0"0 i h. J- if tnt tif'tMjfti trert
"if of iJi'Tija-r- bf rf i bout who te turn'!
Qnnrinl f T"1 " '""'he
wJt cl I run m.mtHnit ( int..
!ij rr. h t
rMUr or 'I I'H .tan K- nn-
v -vjf t::
Ciial Willi Dihiiiiiiij.
34 and 36 West
Contractors and Builders of
Light Sewerage and
Gas Plants Complete.
Also Builders of
Complete Steam and
IS. -C- ...v
jgcunninBh.m?r.rw.d.Bod The New Studio. S
304 '4 Chickasha Ave. At'i
Z GOOD HORSESHOEING
a 1 itill going n.. We can t wait to relmil.l
a hut are doing business on
Kansas Ave. bot 1st and 2nd Sts.
At the oM Plaining Mill.
Our patrons ami fnemls will please take notice
and briug jour work here. We'll do it just as
as good as we did before our fire.
Whv Not Own Your Own Homo?
Let the rent you par go towards paying for it. Al the end of
two or three years your rental will pay for a nice place. We have
heveral nice places we can sell you this way.
We also have several splendid business chances I bat will maku
you money. Pon't wait but
WELLS BOHART & WELLS
COIi Chickasha Avemk.
f.' f a 0
I Commercial Clubl
OFFICE IN BASEMENT OF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Come Yourself BrinR Your Friends
and send the Strangers. c-
A Welcome to all.
! H. E. PRICE Sec.
Are You Satisfied
With the way your Shirts Collars and CuiTs are Laundned
If not let the
E do strictly up-to date hand work -no nia hinery. no ch(mi-
calu no broken collar'. LACE CTHTAINS prorly done at
reasonable prices. Work tailed for and tletivered."'
411 Chickasha Ave. C. M. MORGAN Prop.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
Price 25e Per Gallon.
MADE KV THE
Waters-Pierce Oil Co.
our PHOTOS we
make for a uhort time only:
S-S.Q0 ji-r (Ac. Cniii ( ri.otos for $l..r0 tffl
2.00 per toz. Oral Vhrtmfr 1.00
Stamp Photos fire jMxili'HiH .') for .25
We have plenty of light you need not wait for
a fair day. Don't overlook trn liberal offer
e- aC XL' . H SL. 1 fL JST
C. L. GREER Pres. J
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Shepard, Horace W. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 10, 1903, newspaper, March 10, 1903; Chickasha, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730637/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.