Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 58, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 10, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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Tho Chicfcaaha Exprcca Tuesday Hatch 10 1003-
RHj Ycrs Ih3 ih:.l2ii
1 1 I
K';hsl Honors World's Fair
i:';ht lists U.S. Gov't Christ;
FMIOC SAKIMO MWBM CO.
Floyd FilzsiminODS is visiting
in Ft. Woitb.
6000 Navil Ohanuis at Hov-
ET'S TOMORROW AT IC KACll.
When buying soap aNuvs take
the Lenox. It ttie best made. 5)1
Wanted. A woman cook attho
Midway Itestauraut. 57 l't
Oranges lc apiece Wednesday
d'2l at .1. li. Ahtrcroin 'tie's.
A Ten Cent Fekljn'. job a
Fivk CemI'kici:. Castle Hall
Warranty deeds and other
legal blanks for sale at this of-
fice. Ask ioh Castle Hall ihk
Lea dim: EVE "Cent Ck.au ok
lo each for tbe regular J5 'M
and Ocsi.es of oranges Wednesday
at Abercrouibie's. dm
I WILL l'LACK (in .SALE TOMOR-
ROW 500 no.. Navel Oiun'.es
NICE AM' BWF.i t. IIOVKV.
Mrs. Pilot wife of the manager
of tbe Armour 1'acking Co a local
hraoch is spending a few (bys ai
Mangatn th guest of li ieud.i.
Do You Know
That the little amount you Kjteml need -
Jetply--vato every day would if de-
ponted with us allord you a nice bank
S account id a very short tiinei .
An j The Chickasaw Trust Co.t
Account Cahtal $100000. Cuickasha Ind. Tek.
T rrmrs ?rrtnnrB TnrTtnn! yinrir!!' vssis j"5 rsTrnra o 5 slsls. a ulslslslv
E Ghlckasfia Steam Cleaning and Dye Works g
Wo are htre"to do your cleaning and dyinnj. All work E
P neatly pressed. We are not tailors but Cleaners und r
t Dyers. All Work Guaranteed. p
E J.eondet WOODSON Prop.
fjt!mmaiiiiim g 8 g a mm m at izji JtjLag.aja.iLJi JL8jLg.JLg. tLJ
Dili's 0. K. Transfer Line.
Eeaiinarlcn Willi Ctacy & Co.
Call and see Hie Nice.-t Dis-
llayed (trorery etotk in
We eell C'babc A: Sun Ijoiti's
Famous l'-ohtou Cullee.s.
320 CSiulaHa AC. Fiiocc 93.
E. C. OVLIUIULKK
House and Safe
I am prepared to do Louy and
safe moving on short notice and
t reawinab'e price" and hope you
will call on mo whea in need of this
class of work. Call up prone U70
or call at CLickasha Dray and
Tranter Co. 3 doors north I. O.
I r. t!ttrmLri.
in 6111. i
1; r I i'owosen J is f e u 1 1 u j;
a h w s hi 1.1 lie no.
Li iiif.fto i. pleases t'Vf n IxuJy .
U aMii S Our I .'lotlleS dealt Mbit is
ml w t ijlit. jJ '.H
Prof. Jo )i s Cook li ts nne '"
Cti k iia'ioii to taLe charge ;f Ml.
f ' f u tclieo1.
I;r. WiUimns t tie dentist in
U'Mis H'liDg business in It. Hill
Mid. .loo Olite who has beer
confined to her home by illness
N. G. Edwerds of Duncan was
the "(tlest of IjH daughter Mrs. W.
II. Giikey in the city yesterday.
Win. A. Proctor and A. 15.
Smyth of Marlow were among Sa'-
nrdav'fl bubinesf the
Henry Sehafer.tbeEl Kenolbpior
dealer who tun large tiusiuess in-
terests in town epent Saturday
here attending lo some business of
G. L. Garner iiu aged and re-
spected citizen of C'bickash who
makes bis home at (lie Robinson
house Iihs been confined to his
home by illness the past few days.
The social hop which was to
have been held at Murray hall Fii-
day night has been poutponed to
Thursday night on account of the
engagement of the Olyuipia Cpeia
Loft. Somewhere between the
Km k Island depot r.nd Twelfth and
Minnesota avenue a gentleman's
cameo ring. Fiuder return to
tbU ollice and receive liberal re-
ward. 51 lw
Our orange ssle will begin Weil-
nesday morning nl M o'clock. We
will tiut on sale 50 ttoxes of fancy
oranges the 4030 aDd ''5o sizs at
lc each or I'-'c per dozen or
per box at the pay as you go gro-
cery. i'Jt J. II. Abercrombie.
Dr. II. l Tye head physician
of the Rock' Island Emergency
hospital at ibis p'ace and one
of the leading physicians of Chick-
asha and vicinity -depirtcd Sunday
for Katisai City where he tmII
si eud a few davs attending to some
SLort Orders a Specialty.
Hegulai? JVTezila 25c
Have ihe largest stocU of Kuiiibcr and other
bulltlirn' uiau'riul ever bhirpeU lo the Indiao
Territory. 1 he quality of all our stuff is the
best of the grade. Our Lumber is all la sheds
perfectly dry and our sheds constructed so
that it is easy to load. We have plenty uf al-
most everything in the building line. We carry
a very lure block of tsash and doors lime aud
ctai--uK and there is hardly a bill that we
can t hit
Yard located South of Early Hotel
corner of Iowa and Third bts.
The Safest Way
h the le?t. The imxlcrn bank
check Las superseded cabh in the
settlciiient of accounts.
This eliminates . chances of
errors and disputes. ALo dagger
Deposit llie iuconic from all
The FlliST NATIONAL BANK
It will be absolutely wife jn the
lire and biir!afr(M)f vaults.
Draw on the balance when funds
are repined. Transact ali busi-
ness through tbe bank. aMuch
lime and trouble will be saved.
I) li. Sin rid. ui ex press uiesceiiger
hflweu F-l Keuo and Lawton on
ihrf Kock Isiuud lrauih is tk"ng
a few s lay i IT
A. W. Aibojrist. of ChickatilK.
i'i here jesieidiiy to put Jorilui.'s
Ain.l mid id (jood running order.
Ceuieut Lour it-r .
Goo. II. Kijg traveling sales-
aiaii for the ChiekHsba Wboleeale
(Grocery Co. made a business tiip
to Ft. Cobb and Mangotn jesterday
M. T. Campbell u prominent
jouug stotkoiaa ot Chickaslm de
parted Sanday for F.1 laso lexas
loattend the cattlemen's conven-
tion iu session there.
Theo. Schultz the big fat good
nntured IJalchman who manages
Henry Hchafer Lawton brunch
houne was in tbe city shaking
hands with friends this morning
oa his way home from Kl Keno.
Henry M. Carl and Luther Ken
dall of Chiekasba held down W.
G. Moser'a place in the J- G. JIays
& Co. dry goods store this week
during his absence in the eastern
markets. Cement Courier.
J. D Liutboouui traveliuj rep-
lesentative of tbe Dallas News
after spending Sunday at his home
in tbe Lone Star state passed
through Cbickasha this morning
euroute for Harrison O.T. where
he will spend the day iu the inter-
est of his paper.
Mrs. E. Itarringer proprietress
of ihe new Sumpter hotel at Uoj
Springs one of-the leading family
hostelries of that resort was the
guest of Mrs. U. L Nye in the
aouthera part of the city the past
'ew days and departed Sun-
day for l'ureell before returning
Herbeit F'rey of Cuickasha a
first class all round business iimn
was here Wednesday and Thurs-
day looking over tbe burg with a
view ot locating and engaging in
business. He was chaperoned by
Charley Biendorf who is now word-
ing in that plaee.-Cenient Courier.
Mr. and Mrs Thos. Dwyer and
family who have recently oouie to
Chickasha from Breubam Tex are
now pleasantly located on South
Seventh street. Mr. Dwyer is con-
nected with the Citizens Loan and
Trust Co. a new ana leading organ-
ization of this eity.
A jolly party of young folks
from Chickasha went to Anadarko
Sunday to see the ludians dance
north of town. In the crowd were
Misses Browne of St. Louis Gil-
bert of Olatlie .lessie Robinson
Messrs. Frank Jarboe and Ben
Morgan 'The ladies were especi-
ally pleased with the dauoe.'
Rev. McCuicheon did not get to
fill hisappointmeut at Lawtou Sun-
day owing to the Kock Island
passenger trnin being four hours
late. He will hold services there
Wednesday afternoon and 'he ser
vices to have been held here on
that date will be held Thursday In-
stead. 8. S. Scott a well known yoang
man of this city who is employed
at tbe Rock Island machine shops
imved bis tainllv to Chickasha from
I Jickwell O. T Saturday and
the folks are nicely settled in their
new home. Tbe Daily Express ex-
tends Mr. Scott and family a cor-
dial wefeome to the best town in
tbe new southwest.
At Ninnekah Friday nubt March
13 lo W. O. W. hall. Chickasha
celebrated ttri g band will furnish
tbe music Lidies fre gentle-
men $ 1. 00 good order and o; good
time guaranteed by the W. Q. W.
Full nioon all night. Fridav March
A special meeting of Chickasha
Lodge No. 19 A. F. and A. M.
will be held Wednesday evening
March 1 1 at 7:30 o'clock lor the
purpose of work in tbe F'ellowcraft
degree. All members and visiting
brethren are requested to be pres-
ent. J. W Spesk W.' M.
II. E. Martin Sec'r
We note that one of tbe two
graduates sent out by the Cbic'ia'
ha High School this week the
first fro-n that institution was
Wilt Lilting well known here.
This is another demonstration of
tbe fact that Purcell does things
rigkt Will having beeu for several
years one of the star students iu tbe
school here. Hii many warm
friends here who hive always pre-
dicted for him grtat success as a
scholar and orator rejoice with
biin in his graduation and only re-
great it could not have taken place
here wnh the usual interesting ex-
ercises to which t-e have grown
accustomed. Purcell Roister.
Workim; Ov kt:me.
Eight hour laws are ignore-1 by
thope tireless little workers Dr.
King's New Life Fills. .Millions
are always at work night and diy
curing indigestion biliousness
cwnetipation irk headache and all
stomach liver and bowel troubles.
Eay pleasant sure. Only
2oc at JJrown it L'o.'s drug utore.
m-mU : HE'S sumelhin
about Hart Sehatlner k
Marx clothes by which
you may identify them
even more certainly
limn the small thiug-todook-for"
laM; it roes into
them U-fore the label.
It is a style a ijuality a
tailored-by-hand touch to them;
a harmony of fabrics trim-
mings etc.; a thoroughbred"
look aUiut them almost never
found in other ready -uado
The fact that we can't define
it doesn't make it any less real;
you can see it without fully
realizing what it is; we can't
show it or tell you fuliy almut
it until you wear the clothes
then -?e won't need to; it's one
of the things that makes the
label u big thing to find."
The fai l is Hart Scbafuer & Marx
(.'lollies ure the kiud you should buy
for your owu sake not for ours.
They're yoou Clotheb for you.
223 Chickasha Avenue.
001)0 Okanoks at Hovtv's TO
VOIiltOW AT 10 KACil WHILE TUKY
LAST. FlKST COME HKST SERVED
F'rank Beavers of Little Rook
Ar. is tne guest or friends in
Chickasha for a few days.
W. D. Jeffries returned Sunday
afternoon from El Reno after a few
days pleasent visit with friends in
For Rent. Furnished rooms
Inquire at first door north of
Chickasaw Trust Co. Bank. J. 8
Dreisback. 58 lw
R. vV. Shepard aa attorney of
Hobartanda former resident of
Chickishiij was shaking hands with
old friends and attending to busi
ness matters here yesterday.
Misses Login and Kretsehmar
ot K. C. have arrived aud' openeu
a dressmaking parlor in the Gritlin
block. They are prepared tg meet
the ladiei of Chickasha wnh all the
new spring style. 68 diw
Royal Tribe of Joseph Chickasha
LodgeNo. 1 will have a callmeet-
ingatlheA.O. U. V . ball tonight
at 7:30 Every member is urged
to be present as there will be spec-
F. I). Lemon of the Famous
vnsiu tainco yeeterday on bus
iness. He was accompanied by
trank Des Combes who assisted
him in in voicing the stock of the
defunct Minco Mercantile Co.
II. J. Bassett an old-time S
Joe Mo. newspaper man and
printer was in tbe city yesterday
and made the Daily lOipress ollice
a pleasant social call. Mr. Bast-et
has accepted a position with tbe
Rock Island railroad at Endi.
Tbe ladies of tbe Federation
Wish the names of Mr Hugo ltoos
and Mrs. llerndon added to the
list of contributors to the rest
room published in the Express yes-
terday. The omission was lnad-
vertantandig cladly corrected.
Dr. I. II. East hs icnted the
rooms over the West Side Drug
store teceutly occupied by Dr. At-
kinson and will open an ollice for
the practice of bis profession in a
few days. Dr. Feast's tnauy old
friends and patients will be glad to
welcome him back to Chickasha
The committee of arrangements
from the Women's Federation of
Clubs is arranging an attractive
program for the exercises on Ar-
bor Day Saturday March 14
which will be given at the opera
house in the afternoon.. Every-
bodyjshould take an interest in and
attend thee exercise?.
Mr. aud Mrs W. J Stoddard of
llorton Kas have moved to
Cbickasha to make their borne
and are now nicely domicile! in
one or the Wens Bohart flats.
Mr Stoddard is a well known con-
ductor on the north division of the
Rock Island railroad and himself
and estimable wife have many
friends in Chickasha wqo will be
glad to welcome them to their new
home in Chickasha.
Tie handsome new residence
of Mnj. and Mrs. W. F. Graolee of
the Dully Flxpress. at the corner
of Illinois avenue and North Tbird
street is nearin' completion. Maj.
G rtnilee hai worked hard at tbe
coiirueiiou of his new home for
the pHst three we-k8 add tins will
eipl&in thij reaon he bas been
missing from his usual haunts.
Johnnie Greeg.of the Headlight
is now tbe owner of two li oe docs.
one a handsome water spaniel and
the other a noble cur. Von ran
trust a dog to know his friends.
and as Johny is lender heart"! to
a degree the canines had no
great dillkutty :n "winning a
Wants FcrSafe Fcr Bent Etc.
Carpenters painters paperbang
ers tr.d laborers watted. Inquire
at ibis ollice for particular at
! one. Only union men need ap.
White Plymouth Rock Cockerels
for sale best birds in this coun-
try. See Scott Jones. 37dtf
For Sale A nice lot of White
Leghorn thickens. Inquire at the
northeast corner Third and Illi-
nois avenue. 53 tf
For Sale 26-room hotel cheap
if taken soon. Inquire at this of-
For Rent Two rooms for lighi
housekeeping furnished complete.
A. Kendall 1021 Fourth street
Military Land Warrants 15
paid persons telling who has one
whether I buy or not.
R. K. Ktlley
lm dw Kansas City Mo.
Cbas. Martin's Friends Take Him
by Storm in a Most Pleasant
A parly of friends pleasantly
surprised Mr. Cbas. Martin at tie
home of his parents on Twelfth and
Ohio avenue last Saturday evening
Tbo young gentleman was gen
rdnely surprised bat did bis best
to make the evening enjoyable to
all. Many games were indulged
in and delightful refreshments
served and the young people dis-
persed at a late hour with glad
hearts and pleasitit memories.
The following were present
Misses Alice and Gussie Holen
Orie Dawson Carrie Kd wards
Zoe Logan; Mesns. Lodge Cb y
Welcome J amine Lancaster John
Logan J. II. I'llppo; Mesdames
Logan' and Dunham.
Ninnekah Society Will Give a
Grand Ball at W. O. W. Hall
The society young people of
Ninnekah will give a grand ball at
the Woodman hall in that village
Friday night March 13 to which
the dancing crowd of Chickasha
has been extended a general invi-
tation. Music will be furnished by
ihe celebrated Chickax!' Harp
Orchestra and the Woodmen
guarautee all who attend a royal
good time. A number of our
young people are contemplating
Toe Daily Express is short urn'
ed again. Two of our printer!.
following the roving inclination of
of printers the world over Sunday
morning took Freich le&tr
w tbont even tbe formality of bio-
ding their employers good bye
Well aside from tbe slight tern
pirary ioconvience caused us in
titling their places we're not sorry.
Such is newspaper life in tbe In
dian Territory. Their places will
be filled and every thing working
smoothly again in a few days.
A big shipment of rubber goods
men's women's and boy's boots
and shoes at the Big Cash Store
5h ot J. G. Mays.
DIFFERENCE IN WOMEN.
An 0(14 Illustration of the Contrast In
Manners of Different Generations.
It was a vory hot afternoon on th
Southpastrn railway. In the carriaM
were two ladies who wr young anJ
happy a larly who was eldrly and n-
prently single and a little girl. At
Orpington there entered a tall fresh
looM-limbed hoy of IS or bo carrying
surveying poles and a largo basket.
wbf took th fieat nppnpite he two
lariles who were ynnpj As the train
panted along and Ihe carriage liecam
more and more gt'lilne the hoy w
BOtired to lie :wiPK rstleps and
nervous. Ifti'-e or tnn-e he made at
If to speak and earn time thoueht bet-
ter of i: and thn. Ftiddenly reaching
out the h!).;let and displaying its con
tents to two friend he pasned j n1l
eating one of them witn a timid eye;
"Would you mind tRkln some ol
thew? They've just peon given me
but I couldn't eat iheni at. all you
know and n very hot
and really if you would he m bind
r- The .basket was loaded with
strawberries and he was qeh-kly as-
sured that his request was not an im-
pertinence. He then turned to the lit-
tle girl who no noonr-r observed hi
Intention than he rroscd oyer to th
baaket t-id. pati!n hrlf within
range of the fruit naved him further
trouble. To the elderly lady however
he had to repeat bis Invitation. Frig-
idly accepting it fhe took two straw-
berries from the basket with mueh
ceremony. At New Cros the. boy
gathered together his property and
jumped out "What a dear boy:" paiij
one of the two friends Th little g;rl
Inol-d) "wie'if.illy ift-r blm. "I have
I) ver" eaid the elderly lady tighten-
'tig her lips and turning to the O'her
two. "I have never been ho embarrass-
ed la my life."- I-ondun A. ademy.
A New Yard on the Oil Mill Property.
You can get the best of Coal and prompt
delivery. Give Ub a trial order.
Telephone 255. 6. W. l.iUMFORD & GO.
CITY BLACKSMITH SHOP.
Wo are now prepared to make or repair anything in Iron or Wood
from a wheeibarrow to a threshing machine. We also do Rubber
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
by a speciul Horse Shoer from Gainesville Texas.
J. A. DARNELL Prop.
New Shop Corner 7th and Choctaw Ave.
Full Cream Flour
IS iTHE BEST
ON THE MARKET.
I cau furnish you ft first class Gtwltne
Knciim on a positive KuartuwvC tugUesutlM
r iu' 1 Hid t taeiMllow.ug prkt'cs.
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11 his m)
f) " fevuu
For further tnforiniitton M" U. H. Iubos.
at tbe Chit kahha Wbuiele lro ory cutupdiiv.
Corner Fifiti anil ftriciaslia Atcbug.
POT TCLOI1 PrOK.
Corner f.hickasha Ave. and Fourth St
-. 1 s M r
i 1 J ' . . .
Cor. Kfrwt and H roadway Oklahoma VUi
Okl. Hiiilrotwt hire paid Krre um it-xt
book a. Hoard with proprietors at $ibi mr
week. Milam & MiUur. propr.eiora
and Paper Hangers
All work Guaranteed. Call or
leave orders at m. Murray's
real estate office Chicbasha Ave.
In the Alurpbey Urick.
Second Hand Goods
All Kinds of Second
Hand Goods bought
and sold ....
H. E. BURT Manager
One Night Only
Friday March 13
OLYMPIA OPERA COMPANY
Direct from its wonderfully sue-
ccBiful three months run in
the city of New Orltans.
l'retty Girls Funny Comedians
Gorgeous Costumes and
Presenting Kichard Stald i Mnster-
piece of Oriental Comic Oj era
Sents on sale live days in advance j
have reservations made early for
desirable seat locations.
Regular Prices $1 755025c
Is yr ir hooe numbered so
merchants can dnliver joar goods
at the ritfht jilace anrt your friends
know where to Und yonf If not
come to the Daily Express oRice
and pet one 2.3e. Subscribers tc
the Daily Express can have lljpir
botHis nnmbered free cf charge.
If you will heceme a fuiv;.rr:hert!.e
same rnle applies. X-f house
Lsould be Uuuibrred. dtf
iwm nnrnn mm il? H
iniuiiLiurLnniiuuoL "i "
Poultry and block Food
etc. -if;! Chickasha Ave.
Corbett Sc Ilo.x'ris
R. P. TYE
Physician & Surgeon.
in Connection. .
Office III North ortfi Street.
Office atxl Hospital phone No. '26.
liesidont phone No 41.
Plunts ml cut floe- on sale at all ilmf
OKlt-rn Irora aiiisinct- tilled ironiptlj. rrlcea
e low aa can be Lail I'lhcwber.
MRS. D. M. JOHNSON
Greenhouse at Or. johnaon'i retldene.
COLTS & HOUSES TO TKA1N
HE ASON ABLE DATES
W. H. C A It MACK
At Fair Grounds Race Track
Palace of Sweets
R. C. QU1GLEY Proprietor
0-Vrs by phone re-
vive special attention.
Any length and
Delivered t a living Price.
Street 3rd and Wash. No 106
C. G. BUCHANAN.
A Supply of
BL HENO O. ?
Duett fK)in too Distillers Four
f ':.! T.a:ta S33.OO
A ! eprecs rhar prpnil
R L. McQUISTON
FOi; SALE Lot? Plot ks.L'afTM
fiml Ounrtcrs. Howes sold or
T i -r-
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