Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 274, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 1, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS
Vol. XI .iUSie' Chickasha. Indian Territory Saturday Evening. November 1. 1902 "AiiSiSSTnS." No. 274
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OUR CLOTHING FOR BOYS!
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date kind of Clothes that makes the
Buv liHik Itest. Not ny fancy prices
on the Clothing von buy here wither.
Good All Wool Suits for Boys
$1 51) $2 $2.50 S3 up to $7.50
ami von gel all mat can lie put into
it suit at either price. They tit the
lininrs are pood the liutton boles ail
worked ami well finished. The cloth
all wool same talk that is made on
all ready made clothing and you can
come in and 1'iok them over and see
if thev are not a little bettor for the
monev than you areoffered elsewhere.
Boys Knoe 1'aots The big showing at 60c beats them
all and up to (1 .00. Boys Caps and Nobby Shaped Hats
I'lain and l'attent Kid Shoes.
Us Your Boys And We Will Do The Rest.
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WfJLi i.im: OF
Call and see the nicest displayed grocery stock in Chickasha J
Successor to Clary Grocery Co.
No. 320 Chickasha Ave. Phone 93
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A COAL STRIKE
all over the United
Slates. Be on the
sateslde and buy your
winter's supply of
coal while yon can
get it. We hsve a
large sapply of the
lamp coal and will
deliver yon sny qosn-
tily you want.
A NC THEIt FAIH OKV.
Denton Pressed Brick Co. Ord
ers Macbiuery of Increased
J.Cronln accompanied by J.
A. Deiitou the brick manufactar-
er were pleasant callers at the
Kxpressoflice recently. Mr. Cronin
represents the liuss-Keller dry
pressed biick compauy of St.
Louis and has just closed s con-
tract with Mr. DeutoD to put in a
T1200 hnuk plant that will employ
25 men at an outlay of 300.(10 per
This is the same kind of a ma-
chine as the one employed at I'll u r-
lei . Texas and is one of ihelatest
Inventions on the market. The
addition of lbi machine will great-
ly increase tbe capital of Mr. Dm.
tou'a plant and add one more
business enterprise of value and
iuipoitanoe to Ctiickasba.
In onuveriation with Mr. Cronin
ue gave au Express reporter some
information which will be receiv-
ed with considerable eatislacliun
by brick men contractors and
builders generally. '! fiut plenty
uf good brick sbale in Cuicxaetia
and aurruuudiug country'' said
Mr Crouin. "All ihia lalk about
Chickasha shale not bring able 10
produce a good brick is all bosh.
You can make a good a brick
here as tbey can any place on eartb.
Ofcourse Culckasba soil is just
like any other rich sandy loam
you will find occasional streaks
that will not stand the test but
lake at a general average I find
tbe shale here to be every bit as
good as tus; used by brick manu-
facturers i lie couutry over snd
much better than some of it. Yon
can just put it down as coming
from me and I think I have bad
t-utli ten experience in (lie busi-
ness to know wbt I am talking
-'I'bere is a splendid outlook
here for tbe sale of lirick. You
have a live progreMe town en-
ergetic n in i m .-very call-
ing of life and new buitiiuia are
going up on every band. Ynu ar-
cenlrally located have exoeileut
railroao families ami good fre'gtii
raes. I do not know of a be tier
point for be locattou of a large
pressed brick plant and feel sure
trial woea Mr. Ieniou geta bis new
machinery installed be will have
an mat tuuou of value to uur city
and of wbicb our business men will
justly feel proud."
III. DROPPED DEAD.
Tbe Daily Express off.ee ackuow.
ledges the receipt of a pleasant call
ibi. morning from Rev. L A
Ueagnr the new pastor of the Cum-
berland Preabytei iso chuich in
Chickasha. Rev. Rea.or is a pleas
ant gentleman and will no doubt
make mauy warm friends among
our business and xooial folks. He
graduated from tbe literary depan-
mout of Cumberland University at
Lebanon. Tenn. in 1S'J9 and from
tbe theological depaitmcnt of tbe
same institution in May this year-
Mr. Reagor came here from Boon-
ville. Tenn. and is at present mat-
ing his home temporarily ith Mr.
Webb Uendricka manager of tbe
Chickasha Wholesale Urocery Co.
General John B . Gordon Com
mander iu Chief of tbe I nited Con
federate Veterans of tbe Hinted
States will lecture st the Wagner
Upera House ou Dec 10 1902
Tbis is tbe second of tbe winter
course and will no doubt be largi-
ly attended. Gen. Gordon Isjust-
ly one of tbe most celebrated lect
urers on the American platform
snd haB done more to dissolve sec
tionalism aud mite the north and
south in bonds of brotherly love
than any other one man. The sub-
ject of his lecture is the "first and
Last Days of tbe Confederacy."
Mr. Barrett An Old .Settler Of
The New Country Ei-
An aged farmer by tbe name of
Barrett living Ibree miles jast of
Cement dropped dead by heart
disease Wednesday atternoon at
G o'clock while engaged in penn-
ing some rattle on bis farm. Mr.
Barrett was 79 years oi l and up
to tbe time of his death was
apparently in the beat of health
He bad always enjoyed the most
rugged health aud was a stout en-
ergetic man who never missed a
day from bis work on account of
Mr. Barrett was an old settler of
the r - coautry coming here wden
Chic. ....hi was in the early days of
Itsinlancy. He lived on "e Dr.
Kast fnt in two miles east of Chick-
asha for nine years. He came
here from Horton Kaa originally
aud waa respected aud ebleemed
by all bis friends aod neighbors.
Tbe funeral services were held
Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock
at tbe M. E. Church Rev. G. H.
Ray ofiicieating. Tbe retnaiut
were interred in tbe city cemetery.
HALLOW E'EN PARTY'.
Washington Heights Was a Scene
Of Meriment And Pleasure
John Turner bar keeper
Goodwin & Hay lean is visit
friends in Texas this week.
THE BEST YET.
Nat Goodwin's "An American In
Europe" Delight i l.u-ge
Audieni x .
The audience which listened
to the Hoyt production of "An
American in Europe" at the
Wagner last night unhesitating-
ly voted it the beat play of the
Mr. Kelley in the title role
gave in the minds of many in
the audience the strongest por-
trayal of his ciifjHfsVoient lend-
ing to the character of Bt.su
Woolcott an interesting person-
acter of a designing villian and
convinced the audience that he
is not only a good "heavy " but
can enact the role of a juvenile as
well when occasion requires.
It was also Miss Bennett "s
night to shine. This capable act
ress had u splendid part and her
conception of the character as-
signed her for the evening was
excellent. Miss Melnottc and
Mr. Sutherland gave their usual
clever renditions while the sup-
port of the entire cast was good.
Tonight closes the engagement
und it i with a feeling of sincere
regret that the people of Chicka-
sha bid good-bye to the Hoyt
Comedy Co. hoping that they
will return next season.
Al their borne on Washington
Heights in tbe western part of
tbe lily last evening Mr. and Mrs.
J. U Sparks a well known and
popular yuung married couple
entertained a large company of
their friends in coiuiuorat ion of an
ancient and honored feast day
known as All Hallow's Eve or
more familiarly '-Halloween."
All the arrangements abd decor-
aiiuos were n accordance with tba
time honored customs aod tradi-
tions relating to the celebration of
ibis - ci v popular holiday and the
charming hosteaa succeeded id
numbly in making things ss
"ghostly" as the most fastidious
wnch or gnome could desire. At
each aide of tbe entrance to the
grounds stood two immense Jsck'o
Lantern's guarding the approach-
es like grim sentinels of the night.
Inside holly berries and trailing
viuea formed a bower of red and
green while more Jack'o Lant-
erns pampkio lights snd other
mysterious emblems were scattered
Mrs. Sparks was assisted in en-
tertaining by Mrs. Morgan Ham
ilt in John Light aud D. E. Emer-
son while Misses Brown Clark
and Hamilton punched tbe tally
cards for the names of whi t en-
dulged in during ibe evening.
Hallowe'en games were also played
the efforts of young people to est
apples suspended from tbe ceil-
ing by strings causing much am-
inurement. Several of tbe
youn (ladies tested their fortunes
by snuffing candles.
The refreshments ere appro
prists to the occasion and tbe
dancing indulged in gave an cdjjs
to the appetites of Hie gu sts.
About seventy lire young folsa
enjoj ed tbe evtutng and left for
home in tbe wee small hours of tbe
ende ivjk rally.
Visit of Rev C. E. Eberman Field
Secretary of Tbe National
Services al tbe Cumberland
Preabyteriso Church tomorrow
ss follows: 8unday school at
'Jiib a in.. Preaching 11 a. m.
sunjat "Man's Supreme Duty.
'reaching at 7 p. in. Subject "Self
Crucifixion." We extend a cordial
invitation to all.
L. A Reagor
Soros is tlub meets with Mrs.L.
3 Terrell next Wednesday. An
unusually interesting program has
beeu prepared and -it is boped all
members will be present.
Mr. and Mrs-J. R. Burton have
returned from Norman where they
were called to attend the funeral
of their little nephew killed by the
kick of a horse.
Tbe Misses Widaman teachers
of tbe public schools went to Ann
darko this morning to spend Sun-
day with home folks
W. T. Wbiteman returned Tues
day night to Wiosboro Tex after
a few days visit to bis brother In
Rev. Ctareuce E Herman of Bot
ton Field Secretary of the United
society of Christian Endeavor
will be in Cbiokasha Nov. 4th
for a rally in tbe interest of Chris-
tian Eudeavor work. Ti follow-
ing meetings have beeu arranged
at the Presbyterian church at
three o'clock. Tuesday afternoon
a worker's conference conducted
by Mr. Herman. At four o'clock
a meeting for tbe cbildren will
follow conducted by Mrs. K. Her-
man who accompanies her
An evening meeting will beheld
at 7:30 at tbe Christian church con-
sisting of a song and praise service
and an address by Mr. K. Heiinan.
May every CbriBtun Endeavorer
in tbe city aud those iuterec ted in
tbe work be present at these meet-
ings as Mr. Herman cannot fail to
Mus. W B. Lbonarii.
W. D. Chidester of Healdon
I. T- is in tbe city for a few days
tbe guest of Mr aud Mrs. A. W.
Sunday School will begin at the
Baptist Mission north of Line
Creek next Sunday afternoon at 3
Mrs. John McClure has return-
ed from an extended visit to rel-
atives snd friends iu Bentouville
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 8. Tail of
Decatur. Ill wereguestsof friends
in Chickasha yesterday
W. 8. Burneyof Ardmore has
been in Chickasha on business the
past tew days.
rVl. . CHEANEY
Manufacturers and Dealers in 2
Lap Robes and Ply Nets 2
For sale at cost.
And all goods usually found
in a Harness and Saddle House
Repairing a Specialty. Whips and Lashes.
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C. B Ciarno Pres. H. B.JoHo J. T. avbt. Ass't. CaaSlcr
B. K. Woottbs Ja Vlc Fret. Cashier. B. F. journals. Ass't. Cashier
First National Bank
Capifsil I'aid Up $100000.00.
caieaxsHa inn tek.
DIRECTORS: KM Bourland C H Heucnt. R Bond B RJohiuon ASOilkty
U HJohruor C B Campbell TTJoknwn R X Woollen Jr.
TW Lanier WSHnsman.
CORHFSPilNOFNTS Imports rs sad Traders National salt. New York
American National sunk- Kansas City. Mo. ; Boatman's aank St. Louie Mo.:
earmer and Me.-banica aank. Kort Worth Texas; First National Bank. Chlcajro.
Our patrons trrespcctlre 01 the t-lxe of their aoocunta. will reoelre careful and
conslderue attention and liberal accommodation will be extended them upon
acceptable c illateral.
TfoTmrryirinriro-a g-aTnTTirs vstts nTroTmrgyronsTmr a a s rvn tt
F.M. Denton & Co.
Sell Cbickerinp Fibber Bmimeister Irers &
Pood Wcgman Iliiiiie Everett Malcom
Love and Tool Pianos.
Ann Arbor Packard Burdett and Farrand
Organs String Instruments Sheet Music
A large assortment to select from always on
SALESROOM NORTH THIRD STREET
CHICKASHA IND. TER.
B. P. SMITH Pick
WM. IK MAN V:y pits.
ED V Johns. Cashier
U. F. Imwu Asst. Cashier
Citizens National Bank
hickaahn Intl. Ter
CAPITAL 1500 u.oo
B. P. Smith J. C. Brtgaere Wm. lamas Ed. F Johns J r Drnrsara
Thoa. F. Woodard C. T. Erwla u"sers
Hanover National. Ne York : National Bank of Commerce Kansas City. Mo.
Merchants and Planters Sherman. Tex. Continental National Sank St. Louie
O. 11. DIBBLE
Healer in all kladi t
New and Second-Hand Goods.
BARGAINS THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
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