The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 213, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 14, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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Chiekasha Indian Territory Wednesday September 14 1904
DAU.Y EXPRF.SS T-. Ol Q
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Scott Jones Real Estate
Does a General Real Estate Business t
Farms and City Property for Sale
Our facilities for handling
ARE THE VERY BEST.
j WFI ARK having a great many iu.pihics for Fsrm 1'ropcr- '
1 1 . If joulme r-ot already placed your property in our hands
for sale- j.lt a con-ider this an invitation to call ami do so.
I WE CAN" please you and mike you money. List your J i
l nrniK-rlv with us and ct nuiel; sales. V w ill also give your i
Y j rental property close attention if placed in our hands. Phone 212. j
This Means You!! j
j We want your business. Public Stenog-
rapheranu Notary Public inonice an time
OiTue in the- rear of the First X itioii.d : Bank lluilding
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: XothiUi; suc-et-cN likv Succt-.-. ViKrilore when you are
I'hiemi; oiir in-ui.mee It cautul to llace- it with an "up-lo-
i date" agency thai has the companies and can give you what
J you pay fir liauielv Protection. Don't wait until you have .:f
a Fire to find this to Ik-too true hut act on it at once and ;
iji place y.mr LXSUKAXC1C with us. If in need of a ftond at
j any time ui p in and see us we can make it for you and save )
4 you the emharrastnent or asking your friends to execute it.
fj We make I.oaus oil Keal.l-state. v
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311 Chiekasha Avenue. 'j
i REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS iij
f: Ilverylhir.g in .Slant Orders the Market AlTord.
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Z. L. MCFARLAND.
By U. S- Weather liureau Service
for Week Knding Sept. 12.
Chickasaw. Over the northeast-
em portion cotton is short and
nearly all opened; corn is being
gathered; potatoes are very poor.
Over the northwestern portion
haying has been completed with
a good yieldjcorn is being gathered
with a fair yield; gardens have
suffered severely from the dry
vveath -r; cotton opening fast and
cotton picking in full progress.
Over the southeastern portion
cotton is very short and nearly all
opened; some com is being gather-
ed the crop is fair; potatoe crop
Over the southwestern portion
late cotton is doing well the early
crop is being picked; a fair crop is
Washita and Caddo. Weather
warm and dry; rain badly needed;
plowing delayedm account ot lack
of moisture late corn damaged to
a considerable extent; cotton open-
ing rapidly and giving a good yield;
slock doing well.
Comanche. The ground is in
good condition for plowing which
made rapid progress during the
week; cotton opening rapidly and
picking is in progress some dam-
aged by boll wonvs; cane kaflir
corn and niilo inai.e king secured
with good yields; grass good; stock
Kiowa. Xo rain during the
week; plowing re'arded from lack
of moisture; considerable extent
and some damaged by boll worms
picking in prog ess;all forage crors
being secured in good condition;
broom corn nearly all gathere I
and king thrashed.
Foot Oa!l in Oleoma
WEST HILL HOSPITALS
Norman Oklahcma Sept. 13.
The Foot ball outlook here at the
university promises much for an
interesting season in Oklahoma
An excellent coach has been se
cured in Mr. Fred Kwing of Knox
College 111. Mr. lowing is a well
known foot ball man in the North-
west and has acted as coach for
Knox College for the past thrte
years where he has turned out
teams that have defeated Kansas
Nebraska and the University tf
Chicago. He is an all around Col-
lege man and will no doubt prove'
a vi'.!uable audition to the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma.
With but few exceptions all of
last years players will be back again
this fall and these together with a
number of new men will afford
ample material from which to select
a good team.
McCfeary who played "(Juater''
last year will hold the same place
again this fall and will also act as
Captain of the team. It is expect-
ed that there will k- two new half
backs as there are several swift
men that will try for this piace j
The season will open as soon as
school starts with practice games
on the hoine Campus. The first
game will be played about Oct. 1st
at .Gorman. From this on the fol
lowing schedule has ken arranged;
Oe-t. 8 Kingfisher College at
Norman; Oct. 15 University of
Texses at Austin; Oct 21 Uni-
versity of Kansas at Oklahoma
City; Oct. 2y Return game with
Texas at Oklahoma City; Nov. 4
A ec M College at Stillwater at
Guthrie; Nov. 12 Kawlon team at
Law ton and Nov. 24 the Thanks-
giving game will be played at Ok-
lahoma City with the S'.veedes from
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old closet by the cellar. Anyway the thief is sure t
to find it should he care to take a look. : : 3
of taking chances of your money being stolen when Jv
you can put it in a bank? It will make money for
you there. Why not save a part of every dollar Jj
earned and the time will come when your accumula-
tious will take care of itself and you. All your dol- f
lars are willing to work for jou. 4 er cent interest $
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DR W. L PEIEKS.
PtiysiUn unci Surgeon.
) Office 105
Phones: - Residence 106
) Hospital 143
When troubled with constipation
try chamberlain's stomach and riv-
er Tablets. They are easy to take
and produce no griping or other un-
pleasant effect. For sale by Palace
Mis Collier public stenographer
at New Harry Hotel. tf
Do you want a heating stove
for nothing? If bo see Gii.ki-v-Jarbok.
Mrs. H. G. Limerick's millinery
stock is complete stylish and up-to-date
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For Fine Job Printing Phone 43
Legal Blanks in Stock.
Mew Goods! iew Fail and Winter Goods for Everybody
We are daily receiving the greatest and most complete stock
of Clothing Boots Shoes and Dry Goods ever opened
up to the trade of Chiekasha. - -
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY:
About 500 new Fabion Skirts for Fall and Win-
ter. If you want something handsome new and up-to-date
theyare the finest line of skii ts everbrought
We will have a big display- of Ladies Misses and Childrens fancy caps fori
Monday. Also the biggest bargain ever ottered in Chiekas.ia in Lathes White
Embroidered Handkerchiefs. 20c quality for 10c. Don't miss the above.
W. W. IIORNK
J. G. MAYS
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Evans, George H. The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 213, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 14, 1904, newspaper, September 14, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731581/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.