The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 27, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 1, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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GKOKUK H. KVANS - - KDITOK.
W.r. UkANU'.K Bl'si.NESS MANAelKk J
iviilerui attheposlofike at Chick;.-1
sha.l. T. as c-a':id class-matter. I
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i'er vi-hi' in Uil'.am e
I'isue notify us if .-a fi! t. i"" your .ap-.-. j
OKFK'E t itoNt NO. i: j
Judge Kiymo'i.1 Ins replied to
the Douglas charges in vigorous
terms. To say the least it would
have been more diguific-il to wait
tor the prop t authority to vin 1.-
catehini. It looks like the affair
has degenerated into a mud-slinging
Knid has a Civic League the
object of which is to work for the
things that are for the best interests
of the truvn. It is 'non-partisan
iid dots not propoie to put any
candidates in the field in the city
election. It will support the
iht nominees of the party whom
it deems best ."epiabr'ii d to serve
the people. One of the advaril-iges
of such an organiz ition s th it it
wi'l compel b-jth parties to put
forth their best men
iiadx'T we h:-: rr i:r?
Ardmorc held a routing "wake
up" nucti:;g this week. Don't
yon think Chickashi could well
afford to follow- the example?
If there's a town in this country
that is doing the Rip Van Winkle
sleeping stunt that town is Chick-
asha. If there's a town that needs a
thorough awakening up that town
If there's a town in this country
that is simply drifting along not
raising a finger to help itself that
town is Chickasha.
What are we going to do about
Simply clo-e our eyes fold our
hands and let'er Jdrift?
Or spit on our hands grab the
oars and all make common effort to
pull into the harbor of prosperity?
We might suggest a meeting fot
the purpose of counseling together
but would it do any good?
Would you come out?
Or would you sit around hug-
ging the stove and growling that
"they" "ain't doin a thing" to
build up the town?
Who are "THKv"jj
Why are "thky" any mote
obligated to do things for the
town's up building than you?
And this means vor
The man who is at this present
and particular time reading this
Not the other fellow
Do you understand?
This is a heart-to-heart talk with
So don't Yt.f try to spring that
old 'thi-.Y ain't d . n' nothin" 'gag.
hat arc vol' c
Do vol' want
If so state time and place and we
will bo there.
But look at it from the personal
not the "th;; v" standpoint.
What are you going to do about
Shall we held a meeting and try
and wake Chickasha up?
We are ready to do what we
can to assist in making such a
'meeting a success.
It's up to YOU! Adapted from
Puree 11 Register with apologies to
O. D. Ilalsell of Oklahoma City-
was in the city today. He is
president of the Wi!liamson-IIa'-sell-Fra.icr
A valentine social will be given
by the Mcthcdis: ladies at the
home of Jul g Dickersou on the
. 14.U1. - 27-29
An iiiler-married citizen of the
Choctaw Nation wants an allot-
ment to file on will sell surplus for
right price.. .Address Lock Box 10
Caddo I. T. 27-29 (
1)' City Democratic Executive
Committee for Conducting Reg-
. istration and Primary.
phiww set for march 9.
Roister if you Want to
The democratic executive com-
mittee met this morning to adopt
final plans for conducting tho
registration and primary. Chair-
in in Jno. A. McClure presided.
Besides the committee several can-
didates and a numljer of other
active democrats were present.
The report of the sub-committee
appointed at the last meeting was
read by sections and after several
amendments had lieen made was
adopted. It will be published in
full in the amended form tomorrow.
The. principal change made was
in regard to the time an 1 place cf
holding the election. Instead' of
having one voting place it -was de-
cided to have a voting place iu
each ward. The date of the elec-
tion was changed from Tuesday
March 7 to Thursday .March 9.
Other minor changes were made.
J. D. Carmichael moved that the
chair appoint a committee of three
the chairman being one to pre-
pare application blanks registra-
tion books and poll books and to
select voting places. The commit-
tee consists of Jno. A. McClure B.
B. Barefoot and G. H. Evans.
On motion a committee of three
wks appointed to prepare the bal-
lots prorate the assessment of can-
didates audit expense accounts and
pay bills. L. IX Stone S. J. Leech
and Frank M. Bailey were appoint-
ed on this cammittee.
It was decided that the mayor's
ofnee be selected as the place for
registration. All democrats who
have lived in the town since Oct. 4
and will agree to support the nomi
nets are entitled to register. The
registration office will be in charge
of Albert Thompson. You can
register in person or by mail. The
rules fully explain the system.
Wedded At Noon Today
Mr. Henry Oberstein of this city
and Miss Irene Munzesheimer were
married at the home of the bride in
Marietta I. T. at noon today.
Frank Bailey accompanied Mr.
Oberstein to Marietta. The bride
and groom left soon after the cere-
mony for Gainsville Tex. where a
reception wiil be given iu their
honor this evening at the home of
the groom's brother. They are
expected to arrive in Chickasha
Friday and will be at home at the
residence of Miss Miller on Chicka-
sha avenue. Mr. Oberstein is one
of the popular traveliug salesmen
for the W-liuinsou-IIalsell-Frazier
Mrs. J.Coti 'ad w ife of one of the
Chickasha Tor. W orks men died
last night. Hh: had beeu ill
about a week.I'a icral services were
conducted at the residence 2nd
and Colorado avenue this after-
noon by Rev. S. G. Thompson.
The remains were shipped o Iowa
on the afternoon train. Mr.'Con-
nrad has the sympathy of many
friends in his sorrow.
Wanted: Young man from
Pickens County to prepare for de-
sirable position in government
Mail Service. Salarv SSoo. Rapid
promotion to $1500. Splendid op-
portuuitv. Address C. W. Box
One Cedar Rapids la. . 17-21
Prof. Fayette Copeland princi-
pal of the Chickasha High School
successfully passed the examination
f jr teachers in the Chickasaw na-
tion at Tishomingo yesterday.
Jonas Cook was expected home
from Addtngton this afternoon.
He has been attending to his duties
as receiver of the brick company at
Lost: White bird dog pup
black ta-s black rump. Finder
leturn to Wells. Fargo and get re-
G. E. ZIMMERMAN
Coniracior and Buiider
Corner of 5th and Chicka.ska Ave.
i t Why 60 to Kansas Gily Chicago or Aipfcere
a ei.se wneu you caji secure me -ame services in our notne cnyr
2 During the past year we have established the most extensively 't
4 equipped offices in the Southwest for the especial treatment of all
.. . . 1
I Diseases of Eye Ear Nose
We don't claim to cure everything but we do claim that tin- k
eier our ireaiuieiu more cnronic Diseases are cured man unuei
any other. Diseases obstinate to other treatments yield to the
improved methods which we ai.nl v. We succeed because in ad-
5 dition to the principles of medical science w e employ all the latest
4 and best apparatus known to the medical profession.
Dry liot Air applied 111
generally and combined with
es even after all other methods
form of treatment known. The
4 successfully treated by Therino
d and institutions 111 Germany Austria r ranee Lnglanel and
J America with phenomenal results and the authorities of the
a medical faculties everywhere have been ;v-.;onished at the great
i A.i.cumt ui Clues. laieui:iUUSUl .uuseu;.u anei nitiuiLU .
Lumbae-o. Sciatica. Omit Toit t and Ilin troubles. Nervous Af-
fections Blood Poison Obesity Diabetes Chronic Mariana Kid-
4 ney and Bladder troubles Scrofula Asthma Chronic Bronchitis
A l-aralysis Pulmonary troubles
lupine tf tlilt: irDohnnt.f
V.tUv3 V IUIO tl V-tl Llliii L UdUl
joints restored inflammatory
and functional disturbances
Myalgia Mygraine and ad
Vitus Dance Paralysis
Bit Means Of the
nosis of Gallstones (billiary
4 culi stone in the bladder all foreign bodies in the human sys- f
A tem; also tumors abscesses heart disease and almost any ab- k
i normal conditions fractures dislocations. Ail pelvic and rectal
diseases successfully treated.
R. W. FREEMAN M. D.
4 MRS. MA CD HOWELL Assistants
4 124 South Third Street Office opposite post office and Early
4 Hotel. Chickasha Indian Territory.
T. H. DWYER
Nothing succeeds like Success. Therefore when you are
fj placing your insurance lie careful to place it with an "up-to-
K date agency that has the companies and can give you what
you pay for namely Protection.
a Fire to find this to be too true but act on it at once and
ff place your INSURANCE with us. If in need of a Bond at
IfX any time drop in and see us we can make it for you and save
jl you the embarrasment or asking your friends to execute it.
f We make Loans on Real DEstate.
in UWY tH
Office in Citizens Loan and Trust Company building rear of
Citizens National Bank.
1 Jr g;
The Old Way
of doing the family washing is not only luborhasan.-i :. 'ter-!;! y
but is altogether out of keeping with the idea of ;rej.ni;v;i:.
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C. P. HOLLINGS
r nnnnnr nrmtn innrTrtrs suits s r r bts s x r n n ursim unitr
& - THE : X
ucokis iu cum iweui vji auam i- lour raid ail KiiKis Ot r tea tea
and Wood. We sell Gasoline Engines : i;d Millirg Supplies. 2
S Wilson c5c Duhose
nrmi irrrrrjoT'KTii'rrsiTinrsisj'i ? i x r crintKis mnrsTi
Consult your doctor
At the same time ask him what n:
toral. He will know all abcuf
formula. For over 0.9 years
coochs-colds weak lungs fr
ii tt rn e y-A. t-I.w
Chickasha I. T.
. - . t r
Threat zu Ctrciiic diseases J
a scientinc manner topically aim
Medicine will conquer more diseas
have failed than any other
following diseases have been
- Therapie in all the leading schools
Drops' Renal and Cardiac or k
rt.) . 1 - il 1 1 1 . II '; ! - i A C t 1 fTi-l 1 '
17i ie.liV.tV-U liivuiiivj V ji.uhhv4
conditions removed and pathogenic
Treatment for all nervous f
such as Neitra -tkenia Neuralgia h
kindred affections. Chorea St. U
aisy ana all re- v
X-EtlllS we m:d.-e a positive diag
Calculi) Gravel or renal cal- f
B. P. SMITH
Don't wait until you have jy
& V M
makcit possible todo the"wash-
ing" with the least labor and best
results to both mistres3 and ser-
having a modern jai)ifaiI"
Laundry in your home? If you
think thecosthigh consult usand
you will be agreeably surprised.
WORTH & CO.
CALL AND SHE US. K
3 ::-jr .cougn
f .i.n'.s of Ay; v Ql err y fvc
if for vec ; . n j doctors the
doctors l.jvc endorsed it for
chilis n.-th.-na. i 5 'iY'ic'
Mirror cf tb Seoi
".(.S DR. J. C. PI
Located wilL Dr. T. II. Y Uliam.-.
Dentist Office. Days 20 to 23 eaci.
month. Will be prepared to do all
optical work. Phone 65.
to i ust all business and resi-
dence phones on short" no! i e.
You can talk over your phone
from Chickasha to - - - -
MA NO I'M
AND ANY OTU."'; ToVi N
IN THE TWO TE.r.HTOK-
1ES. Tcpeka & El Reno
The O. K.
have the only padded moving
car in the city for moving
household goods. Our piano
trucks are up-to-date. We
guarantee not to scratch j our
piano. If you are in need of
gentle driving horses see us.
We have them. Movers of
iron safes heavy machines
wood coai brick. We will
contract to move any old thing.
Our Storage House
can't be beat in this town. Mr
Turner our packer and crater
of household goods can't be
beat in the Southwest. All
orders promptly filled.
Chilton & Ingle.
Office phone 33.
Residence phone 245.
Office No. 224 Chix. Avenue.
Complete stock of Staple
and Fa'ncy Groceries.
Everything New and
Fresh. We invite you
to visit us
in 11 ieis
Comer of Fourth and Chickasha A v.
1;.. 1. ir(i rtf. r-
4 snv-f enn frnm in to 'nS.i ft
j IT'S$$$TO YOU
j If you are going to takeout j
2 Life Insurance or increase your '
4 oolicv. the Hartford I.:fer;m.-
A. A. ..i- & L
A wnen you mate your atiaca- : .
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. f. jhv n uii Lt.1 i
DR. 0. S POSTER
OVKK CHICKASAW TK 1ST CO.Mi'AN'
make a specialty of
buying pnd selling
for men and women
. Also shoes and hats
207 - . C1IICKASHA AVl.M
With Dr. C. R. Foster over Tnisl
r. ... TT. 1 r.i I
vouijmry inline. rilone
Indian Tei 11 tory '
Why ue.i have a vegetable din-
ner in th'd-w inter?
iOai White Sw-'ii Meibing Sugar
Peas -'c as ti.uier and sweet as
We also Jmve the While Swan
baby lima beans that can't be sur-
passed for quality and canned beets
ready to serve
Remember the place when in
want of something nice to eat.
Next 1 .:).; ou cli.mge yottr
trading place give us a trial.
Tignor & Cash.
Pro tec 1 Yourself
'Ad. :. '
v. I a ;-!iaVC
: I.. ;. List door
. d.i's ;s:r;;:U!;e
ion-. l'i - ! ' -'.'a moi.a-!'.!):-.
o o o o o o
ALL 7 COLS Y.L SlLKiLIZfU.
T'honie & Owens
1 Oilier West Side Dmg Store
Ichi- kad.a I. T. Treats the eyes
I im dicJiy or st;n;ic:d!y and corrects
: visum Y-':h K'-'-s-c-s when necessary.
jja s sevfvrv
H. F. Gorman M. D.
General Practitioner of
Medicine and Strgcry
i'. E. RIDDLE
A t tor ii 0 v-a t-La w
Notary Public and Stenographers
in ollice. koi;;;:s j'.ank of
Commerce hi Saver liuilding.
Reford Bvud Alger Melton
Bond cz 'Iv'eltcn
Office its I-'ir.st :..a'l Bank iluildiug
ATTOHi'lSY AT LAW.
Comrte-riial R.-al ltate and pro-
bate 1'raclice. Johnson Building
I'll one No. tnl(.
J. P. NAIL
Farms and Leases a Specialty.- P.
O. Lux 573. Chiekasiia Ind. Tcr.
C. C. J'Ccr 11. IS. F:n
.'. D. Cu-n.li In
k Wi'.. Luie!J..I J UuiiiilLuul
Attorneys at Law
Cluck i-n.i . In!. T' r.
id a. it yr ici.iisiE
Kmk I-'ar.l I'... . '.x press nnd
Tr.1i.fer Co. Mv.v:i;g a Specialty.
Phono No. 79
HfRf.. - I."... . t-e
4....C.....11 mxicc More.
1 . 1! 1 ' I ! I P
I ill I I lilMinaik.
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Conu r of Choctaw and 7th Street.
Hufe&sr Tirs Work a Specialty
"none your wants to w:
Bell & Holloway
Bock lsfsnd IMm Parlors
Ts in Connection. Bart Shin
ClJicKasha I T.
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Evans, George H. The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 27, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 1, 1905, newspaper, February 1, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730708/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.