Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), No. 214, Ed. 1 Friday, September 8, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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Chick as ha Daily Express
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CHICXASHA INDIAN 7ECRIT0XV.
Surplus and Profits $2oooo.oo
Your Business Solicited
. F . SMITH . I'.-V..f W. W. HOKKE J. F. 6SASF
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C. T. Eawit
Bank of Commerce i
CAPITAL 55oooo. 00
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! Casta fefeing ! ptrfscti&a the
:e;.ni'.-:c of tie art asd havisg
is tie s'Jper.a'he degree thce
ai jr' a.i 'ifa'yr.j hv a;fi it t
;th ii on r.jfon or or not. TL
jAy'.;rr it 1 Wrf kI h'r:i M;tnt in har.is;ty &J
T.-.r ksv.irr th k;jj v.o te'J rvtryon Lo
tr. to 5(1;. to! that tfliR r W'Hy rr.ar.-g-d
ktA itit rh htA trtfui are to fotmd in s-My
A.tytt'u.'-.i.i r.i rnnt.lt.y4l 'A'ttutn'-.ni vA that thh
i.ttA':m . txht-i'Utm A'utin. He telK
of tr. ;J 'io;?; of the cLiir'.hrs JyJe c!a awt
rw ia f!irsil .avx.iaii7jv Tie inv-ker te!l
fvf i.'raf.;;-r ;..''. fr hlw k:tf tvtry y': fi the
hhVay of li :;ty sr-'l that jjr'yw partially ha l-n
w )r t!e tUtifnb'.itiofj of favor a!J fjng rtmv-x
him. He hai a very jyr bitiion of the fuin.t.
r:u of thu ( ity art1 he cortMatitly ve?itihte (.hat
opinion atrl ayt the towiwertial Mnn'u.nliwi are
for t!te jiirj of 'Joiii bin arKj other k"'.kerH
The kii'x k:r ttvyn rtfintn to vrrve oti coinmii-t--ts
tfi lire money for the ptiryf. of lyxAtin the
tity or town awl then aoiiwi the men who do
aci-jft thene di;i;ireeahl(; M"m He never ives
U any nUic cnferjrivr an'l if he jirorniv.: to ive
he tejiidiate the debt.
The kno ker always jut.:ioii9 the honesty of all
jojle end -y( inly tho who nerve a1 officers and
iom everything to rib u; trouble U'hile ordinarily
nanty or dihonet he wj.H make loud profession an
toik yxAm m The knocker in a Mumhling blotk
in the. pathway of progren and Btiuk to high luav-
eii with a Kaugrtiionw iul too omall for one gcrr-
oti honev.t iuipulv. He is detete! 011 earth and
will reieive the (onteinj)! of the devil wh'-n he goes
home Time Journal .
JObK ON ARBITRATION
Kvi'.ifV kmhavkii and every wage earner should
read the addie made hy C.ovcrnor J-'olk at Jefferson
City yev.lerday on the Mjhjett of arbitration says the
A SKK.IOCS FOPOSITION
J. h Te.4J:n with a wefgity pro-
y.V.fjn tth afttrnocti ProbaMy it will be settled
hy tbt t.T.-e thi-s y&yx h read and an exter.fied di--'cuwiivr;
i r.ot therefore in order. It j hoped that
tie alder roen will a;t wisely an they no doubt will and
for the welfare of the city.
ft appear that there is a straight conflict of in-
tmH bet we n the kotk Island and the new railroad
the Oklahoma Central. The former claims that it
'i'l ke greatly damaged if the latter i granted a
franchise through Railroad ktreet and the Oklahoma
Central promoter claim that the building of their
road into Chkkaha is dependent upon getting this
Chi.ka.ha oweymuch to the Rock Island. It is
no exaggeration U say that fully one-half of our
people directly or indirectly are dependent upon the
fttipjrt derived from the Kw.k Island. Certainly
Chkkahbahas no desire to do anything that will be
detrimental to the interests of this company.
On the other hand Chickasha has much to expect
from the new road and must give all tne encourage-
ment potable to the promoter ot it.
Amidst these confiding interests the aldermen
will weigh the matter with the greatest deliberation
mindful of the tremendous responsibility rc-iting up-
on them and looking to the ultimate welfare of the
city. It k a critical hour in the history of the city
demanding the exercise ot the highest wisdom upon
the part of those in whose hands the welfare of
I'kost'iiCT voh the new railroad are exceeding-
ly bright. The tanas must be raised at once.
Tiik v 1 n R rain puts the ground in good shape
It M'.K.vi3 to be largely a question os "sphere of
influence" between the railroads
Chickasha wm. get the cotton her merchants
will pay the price
In faith of ail
Your Business Solicited
SEE D. D- SAYE AT BANK OF COMMEPXE
teacher cf singing.
'. the ibwe I have
Honorary Acadenicion of the
Royal Masical Institute Fiorenor. j
Director of the Choral Society of !
Florence. ! ' j
This i to certify that Mrs. A. i
D. Mc Clare is in my opinion a
well qualified teacher of singing
havirf studied with me as well as
with my celetrated master Fran-
cesco Cortesi. Mrs. Mc Clare's
voice and f chool entitle her also
to leading work in Church Concert
ar. 1 Oratorio. Francis Walker.
Author cf ' Letters cf a Bar-
itone." Chicago 111
"being personally acquainted
with the gifts and qualifications of
Mrs. A. 1). Mc Clure I take pleas-
ure in cordially recommending her
to any who may require her servic-
es either as a singer or teacher of
singing. J. S; Cleve. Cincinnati
GENERATORS BORNEO OUT
PRICE (& MELTON
General Real Estrte and Fire Insurance
A satisfied customer will be a permanent
customer. To secure his satisfaction the
policy you give him must be proof against
criticism by a competing a gen tor otherwise.
You had better give us your business.
First National Bank Building.
O Our facilities in every department of banking are unex- o
O celled. Wo place them at your disposal and invite interviews o
O or correspondence with a view to business relations o
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Chickasha Ind. Ter.
II. H. JOHNSON President.
C. It CAMPHMI.b Vice Pres.
R. K. VVOOTTIvN Vice Pres.
liKN. V. JOHNSON Cashier. q
V. h. SIAJSIIM R Ass't. Cashier. if
At Electric Light Plant Lil Night. Ciy
The electric storm last night play-
ed havoc at the electric light plant
Both of the generators were burn-
ed out and the citv was left in
Mr. Ross stated that he expected
to have the smaller generator re
paired for tonight and could have
the commercial' lights going but
was not sure that he would have
sufficient power for the residence
lights. He asks people to be pa.
tient till the necessary repairs
wh!ch have been ordered arrive
and are installed. This will Uke
only a few days.
Dressmaking wanted. 509 Chick
asha Ave tf
W E W I S H
to mtorm or iriends and the public
in general that we have opened a
tailoring establishment at 313
Chickasha Avenue where we will
be glad to serve ;11 of our old
friends and as many new ones as
we can get. We will make suits of
all the latest styles and weaves in
worsteds and cassimers and chev
iots from $18.00 np; pants from
$5.00 up. All our work is guar-
anteed to be first class in every re
spect. We have also fitted np a
first class steam-cleaning outfit m
connection with our tailoring and
are prepared to give you first-class
work in that line as we have all
necessary machinery and appli
ances that it takes to dp Erst class
work with. We have had years of
experience in the business. We
guarautee all of work not to shrink
up and the life and luster to re- j
main in the goods as that is the
main part in cleaning clothes.
We make old clothes
LOOK LIKE NEW
Give us a trial and be convinced.
A. R. SNYDKR Manager
formerly with I. Root 318 Chick-
asha Avenue 2 doon west of the
Btttb mrvi Sample Room
Hire fitory Brick
Regular Meals 25 Cents
Lunch Counter always open
J' 311 Chickasha Avenue (
I Z. L. McFarland Proprietor....
A Mark of Refinement.
Cleanliness of person i one of the
most distinguishing marki of refinement and
commands at all times the highest respect.
To promote cleanliness inta!l in your
llecping apartment or dressing room a snowy-
white one-piece "itooiXW Porcelain Enam-
eled Lavatory provided with an abundant flow
of hot and cold running water.
Our plumbera are skilled mechanic and do
larijfactory work. Let us quote you pricM.
C. P. HoIIingsworth Co.
Here is a Ticket Bargain...
Chickasha Indian Territory
St. Louis Missouri
OOOOO0OCOOOQ 300QOOOOOC00 00
S2155 On Sale Daily
Good for60 Days--Final Return Limit
Oct. 31 1905
J. F. HENNESSEY Agent...
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