Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 274, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 1, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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The Preferred Itock of the
W. L Douglas sc.e
Capital Stock $2000000.
Si 000000 Prrrr6d Stock.
5 1 000000 Common Stock.
Shares S I OO each Sold at Par.
Onlj PnwM Stool oKotiI lor t Is.
W. L D ulas retiins ill Common Stoot
THE DAILY EXPRESS
STABLE IN NEW MEXICO.
IN D. TER '
In Dr. John Hall's time It wan the custom
lunch to use the
od B. D lattetd 8:
In hla c
fashioned simple 'hymn and the singing was congregat
On ono occasion the late William M. Evarta discover
the well-known lawyer and the corporation counsel of Nt
j Ul his heart aud whiBpered to his friend:
"Why there Is Smith singing 'I want to be an angel
to be district attorney but I didn't know he wanted to bt
The remark was repeated to Mr. Smith and quick
"No I have never mentioned the matter to Evarts
oo influence in that direction!"
An amusing occurrence tooa place in a Baptist chi
Connecticut when Dr. Wrlghtman who was well and fa
Duke Boris's brother Cyril
ing to this country. These ai
.kee his trip across the obanr.
flrand Duke Boris denies
drank from a Chicago girl's
I'cruapH it was her rubber he
The hump pujfe or consunu
i.eeii discovered at Manila
erly applied hemp will cure '
ese Boxers are being Ic!
3. The old empress dow-
Cnunt Ron! de Castellane hati Just
bought a chateau in France. The
Prince Henry of Prussia is desirous
of coming to Lie United States again
but this time he wants to shoot a lion
not to be one.
The university students who paint--ti
a freshman with iodine must havo
peculiar Idea of what constitutes
eal. good fun.
It's a mean and local jealousy that
induces the New York courts to dis-
credit the justly celebrated Cricago
Kaid to be 7 feet high. He seems to
be entitled to the persimmons. Long-
est Pole you know.
The married woman
101 who says that she
angry would probably
she never told a lie.
The captain general of
and the editor ol a Madrid
fought a duel but tliey
' painfully healthy" apparently
with a good deal of feeling.
The case of Henry M. Benn
Pittsburg millionaire makes
apparent than ever that it's
millionaire who knows who wil
A Connecticut octogenarian is st
to have contracted his twelfth mat
nio.UaJ engagement. Tnis would
lently appear to ! bis
It is natural that the Indian; v
nan who made angel food for a m
should have won him for a ancheu
i here is an implied compliment
giving 4 luai: ungci fond thai it; ahm
A traveling f-alcsin-m fi
aught afire in bed In a St.
ie other night pre sun
liontaneous coraburtton. i
e hadn't been smoking t
'lipid is I
ol iceman arrested a mai
of the constitutji
ig the church sfte
L-prlved of his
is wife to wear t
e being made f
Dent quality I .
sudet proposes a law prohib-
sale of fiction to women It
to prohibit the wrii
i that territory
is quarters an
ousing of the sol
H AD BEEN "ET OUT.
Troubles of a New Congressman in
A certain ongressnian is from the
-ural district; und as this wan bin first
SintSf in Washington- and indeed
lis flrst visit to any city of consider
ibte size the experiences of himself
ind wife hav often been unique. At
lome a guest had been something CM
i rarity but only had meant an extra
niece from the pumpkin pic a few
more doughnuts and perhaps a deep
sr inroad into the dish of ca-bbage or
beans. It waB slow dawning on them
lhat a congressman at Washington
s a host at large.
Soon after they had become settled
in their new home a friend called on
hem from the rural district and be-
jan to express astonishment at the
ilze of the city and the number of its
people winding up with
"An' so you keep a girl now
in' you put your washln' outl
well the Inck o' some people!
i'dobs ye have callers every day?"
"Callers!" gasped the congress
nan's wife throwing up her bands in
Ilreful recollection. "I should say so
in' eaters. Mary Ann. Hiram an' me's
oeen et out twice in a week."
W. H. Kilgore tells a stoi
who hard-pushed for work
i which the President will use for busi-
ness offices wtll be occupied by his en-
j tire executive staff who will vacate
1 rttOtfl in the older part of the struc-
ture that bas long been needed for
; living purposes by the family of the
I chief magistrate. The new wing is
; only a temporary building and for this
. reason it has not bee:; made fireproof
li will however be the receptable of
innumerable documents of great value
! some of which will be kept in the
WAS HIS OWN CHICKEN.
Colored Man's DisconcertinQ Experi
ence with a Fowt.
Life has no Joys for Ben a colored
attache of the Union station and he is
thinking seriously of resigning his Job
and seeking new pastures where
chickens are unknown.
Like all members of his race. Ben
dearly loves fried chicken and when
he went home the other night and
saw a chicken roosting in the
branches of a tree In his dooryard. Ben
climbed the tree and cautiously ap-
oached the fowl which he felt sure
id strayed into bis domain from a
Catching the chicken about the legs
i began to back down the tree when
his horror he discovered that the
wl was attached to the tree by a
out string. Visions of a hoodoo
When lie told the story In the morn-
ing his mother-in-law laughed long and
heartily. When Ben demanded what
hT-'rYirfn"1""-- ra m mm mi a
mTTmWUHltfTlii i ....... i I'M
meant by such rood set sue in-
being. The Indian boy shown
picture Is jockey chief groom
rythfns else necessary around
. and the spirit of fun and mis-
captain of a coasting vessel for em-
ployment of some kind. He was loldlo
get references and returned with a
bundle wholly satisfactory to the cap
tain who engaged him as a deck-
hand. A few minutes afterward a
German walked on deck asked for
work and was told to go and report to
the mate. Casey noted that the new
comer had not been asked for refer
-nces and wondered much. The third
day out as the German was washing
the decks with a bucket and a swop
the ship keeled badiy in the trough
of a rough sea. and a wave that swept
over the deck carried German bucket
and swob Into the water. Casey the
only man on board who saw the acci-
dent rushed In glee to the captain and
"Yez made me bring references
"What of it?" aski
plied Casey airily "I
with your bucket." -Ledger.
the plucky one
slty the pi
ADDITION TO THE WHITE
NEW WING OF THE WHITE H0U3
The Interior of the new structure
will be finished In mahogany and oak.
Of the historic furniture of the Ex-
ecutive Mansion the famous cabinet
table will remain In the White House
proper in the private cabinet room
which is to be established there. En-
trance to the executive offices will be
so arranged that business callers need
not enter the old structure at all.
A handsome marble stairway now
replaces the wooden stairway that
formed him that he had been trying to j
steal his own property. She had pur I
chased the chicken for Uen. and In or- i
der to prevent Its escape from the !
premises she had tied it to the tree.
The story by some means reached the
station and Ben Is now a marked man.
Ohio State Journal.
A Small Affair.
j Judge Mayer Sulzberger sitting In
! his private room one afternoon fol-
lowing the adjournment of court for
; the day. was disturbed by a noise
j in the chambers. Going to the com-
! munlcatlng-door. he saw a young law-
; yer who had been In court ail day
i turning over tables and chairs In fran-
tic excitement as though searching
for something. Asked by His Honor
: what the trouble was the young man
i replied :
"Whi I've lost my overcoat some-
Sulxberger soothingly. "W
overcoat after all? Why. w!
are lost In this court room
day!" Philadelphia Ledger.
chief In his eyes is not vastly different
from what may be seen in the eyes of
young gentlemen of his age further
East. No border line of very great
solidity marks the Kingdom of Boy-
SUG" WAS TOO MUCH.
Where Unsophisticated Guest at Tam-
many Banquet Drew the Line.
An amusing story is told of a prom-
inent Irishman who arrived In New
York and fplned the Tammany forces.
His admirers prepared a banquet In
his honor and the table equipments
and menu were most elaborate. The
Irishman having always been accus-
tomed to simple methods of life was
slightly overwhelmed at the general
1'iagniflcenee. First came soup which
he eyed with some suspicion but as
he saw his companions eating with ap-
parent relish he took up his spoon
and went to work but the effort was
most perceptible. Next came an artis-
tic .salad with quantities ol fluted let-
tuce leaves and this seemed to csuse
the guest or honor more discomfort
than the soup. After the salad each
one was served with a small lobster
In the shell and with the exception of
the guest all ate eagerly of the deli-
cacy. Noticing that he did not In-
dulge someone asked him what the
matter was. This was too much lor
the Irishman who straightened up in-
dignantly and said I
"I'd like to have you onderstand I'm
a gintleman. I've eaten your dish-
water I've eaten your bouquet but I'll
once led to the quarters occupied by
the President's office. The west stair-
way used by the family. hf.s been re-j
moved entirely to make way for u ex-
tension of the state dining room. A
r-mail private stairway will run from
the first to the second floor near the
f am Uy dining room. Where the con-
servatory strefhed as a beautiful '
promenade will be a terraced arcade '
from "it" main building to the new
! office building. Bereath this open col- ;
onado arc basements to lie used for t
j laundry and other domestic purposes j
I GOT THEIR MONEY S WORTH.
How Admiral Evarta and Pa-t;' Se-
cured Needed Stimulant-
The Longest drink of whUky Ad-
desert tci Halt Lak
or's Ixig he relal
"at one place w
grew sure and our tongues swelled
until we oukt Lcarcely talk. After
we had passed the dangerous place w.
came upon an emigrant who had .
barrel of whisky in the tail of his
wagon. There was no spigot In it
and h. refused to pat one In .but
! after r long wordy contest he agreed
j Me n. would bore a gimlet hole In
i the barr-!. each man should select .
i .iraw and for two bits he could suck
all the whisky he wanted without
i diawlng a breath. They selected
straws very carefully and I remem-
i ber ho ed.cn man held on until he
was blue In the face before admitting
itranger as the Rev. Mr. Smith. And that gentleman rising pi
j out mentioning chapter and verso announced as his text: "
i whole family In heaven and earth is named."
After the service Mr. Smith asked Dr. Wrtghtman why the
appeared to be amused when the text was announced.
An old man who was employed S3 night-watchman and sa
ond of a dram was going his rounds one very stormy night
covered a man taking shelter from the rain. The watchman
hat he would have to decamp at once.
The stranger remonstrated pleaded and begged but the w
"Well I suppose I will have to go but will you take a taste
The watchman brightened up at once and said: "Kb man.
sddresB the yo '3 v iraen of a society in which she ..as interested ane wa
in ardent abstainer and often had had discussions with the minister on the
ubject of total abstinence. On this occasion however she requested him to
talk to her girls against the love of dress which she said was causing the
ruin of many a promising young woman or the present day in fact. It was
fast becoming a curse. The minister promised to address them ou the de
lred subject. Then with a twinkle in his eye he added "And shall it be
moderation or total abstinence?"
"Is It love?" asked
seek her out on all 000
j I am
time; I find a hertofore unknown rapture
"I should judge" replied his prosaic fi
"Ah but Is It?"
"Well I can tell you how to find out."
St. Peter What was your business on earth?
The Stranger I was a baseball umpire.
St. Peter Indeed! And what Is your own opinion of youi
The Umpire Me? Why I'm as straight a shoestring as you (
St. Peter I'm afraid I'll have to dispute that."
The Stranger What! Dispute It! That's Just enough from
ain't back on the bench inside of twenty seconds I'll flue you $50!
"Mother" said a little girl looking up from her
"Oh across the Atlantic of course. Don't botbe
"Does 'trans' always menn across?"
"I suppose it does. If you don't stop bothering
you'll go to bed."
I "Then does 'transparent' m un a cross parent?"
1 Ten minutes later that little girl was resting on I
"My dear" he said softly.
"Well?" she returned will
"There is Just one thing
"What Is It?" she asked.
"I think." t
'that kjsslng's foolish
"there certainly Is a
oected with it"
They sat looking
wriggled about and si
"Oh dear! I fee
Father (sternly) Your examination. I understand. I
and here you are idling away your time without eve
seems to me that you oul
fix It more firmly in your
Son (cheerfully) O
' fore in half an hour.
"Are you going I
of his wife.
"No!" replied I
"That Is about i
in evening dress."
"Mlas Mamie" bexan the bas
tond of the national game?"
"Well. M'. Deepvus" replied
might like to take a base."
And he not being a naturil
for tha preacher.
Curley See that fellow looking over there? He used to go to the san
college that I did. 1 wonder If he remembers mef
Burleigh Ask him for the loan of five dollars.'
Curley What for?
Burleigh If he remembers yon you won't gt It
John T. Vandcgrlft of Wilmington. Del. has been made the recipient
em ivtii in ihp will of a man he nursed when th latter was a por niln
In the Rockies thirty years ago. This bas been made the text of 2 50 sermoi
I upon the wisdom of charity. It might more fitly he the subject of an essi
upon the wisdom of picking out likely subjects for charity.
"It makes me so glad." she Bald "that few khigs nowadays have the rigl
to put their subjects to death without first giving them a trial."
"Yes" he replied "it la rather a good thing but there's no telling ho
eoon the kings may go back to the old way of dolrg things by providing thei
: selves with automobiles."
"John." she said "there's no'hing I enjoy more than reading the last won
' of great men. I wonder what your last words will be?"
"Maria." he replied "the last word Is Bon.el.ilnc that 1 never expect
Laura Auntie i
never written to me
Auntie- Only on
is Important business. I ws
'Tv. sent for you." said the old
ttien my eon Into partnership."
ton gae me the order for the sign several days ago." "Hi
He told me to make it read. Job I-oii. Jr. Father." "
He was watching '- nelghbor'a troublesome boy climb a tree and h
had a look of painful anxiety on hla countenance
"Are you afraid the lad will fall?" he was asked.
"Nn" he replied; "I'm afraid he wont."
Mr. Stanley Speccer to said to have accomplished what M. entoe-Dumon
failed to awcompllsb. by sailing an airship a dlatance of thirty mllee. Then
seema to be a lot of hot air about this airship business.
German medical men are now denouncing the beard as an unhealthy
adornment of mankiud. There are a lot of people however who prefer t
take the risk rather than have the luxury of ahavlng twice a day.
It ta estimated that the cotton crop In Texas has iieen Cu.iaged ti
the amount of more than U.600000 from the excessive rains and overflow
known In hii
"I rave ahoi
content to hole
to your thl
uing a bock. It
arnt in writer to
"How can '.
rd that he got It.
merchant "to paint a new sign
"Yea. air." said the eignpainte
idly) : . Come now ;
such a baby aa thot
"Sure an' Oi can't
Uy. Ol hovn't bin to
or a soide-shuw for
lib mW .IM
to ithvI itroti')
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In a year.
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