The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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GE'.'KGE H. EVANS' - - EZITOR.
w.f. gkanx.ee ivs:.rs manager
r:c-rei at the jw.off.ee at Chicka-
eh&.I. T. as cconi da? matter.
Ssori Coj-f - - - 6 cert
Per Hi t y cirrier - - 30 eer.u
Pr j-artae (& moctiis- it aidvBJace - (LOO
Fer Tr in aiLie ...
Vfwriy ia ted every Frnitey) - ll-OCi
Fca twefj us if j oo lull lo yet your p-pr.
OFFICE FHONE NO.
THE AUDIEKCE. WAS REASED.
By the McBoriali Slock Co.. al the Opera
Koute Li( Night.
EOHOUBS AGAIN AT WORK.
Fcckbeimer tack a
Shot at one Over-
A pretty play clever actors and j Burglars are growing to be a
a pleased audience was tbe ccn-! serious propo-ition ia Chickasha.
binaiion at the opera house last J About every ether n:'zht they et
night. "Felecia t Mother and ! in their work.
Son" was the play presented byj Last night Mrs.. Powers who
the McDonald Stock Co. The com-' rooms at C.' M. Fechheiraer s
G. E. ZIMMERMAN
Contractor and Builder
Chickasha I. T.
Comer of 5th and Chickasha Ave. j OEce
XsEmeit E. Gvoewm tnwmnetm banaeif a. a
ca&auiAte tor TKxuwAlxm ts trr ofikc of eh"f ef
police subject to the art of the democratic
We are authorized to anaounoe tbe nam of V.
I Jerry a. a candKiate far sotmaatioa (or the of
fice of Cf. kef of Police autyeet to the actk of
the democratic priimrj.
We are authorized to annoatiee the came of G.
W Cfcarlevnie aa a candidate far Baeainarkm for
the office of city treasurer eubject to the deciaioft
of the democratic primary.
Iavid L. Hoi-Vin authorise us to present hie
name a a candidate for oommatioL for the office
chief of police subject to the democratic primary j
Wo are authorized to annoanee E.B. PretJHlife
as a candidate for nomination to the office of
police judjre aubject to tHe eeiakin if the demo-
Have you registered for the
democratic primary? Don't pot it
off too long.
pany which is ;
peared at its best
A very meritorious
strong one ap- residence nth and Kansas heard
The costumes a noise at her window about 10:4;
costly and! She gave an alarm which aroused
Mrs. Fisher w ho called Mr. Fech-
part of the ! Leimer. The latter armed himself
Why Go to Kansas City Chicago or Anywhere
a else w hen you can secure the same services in our borne city? a
The street sprinkling man isn't
very busy these days. lie"?
wondering if he'll ever get his job
Statehood still hangs in the
enterUsnment was the specialities j with a gun and went out to in-
Master Rex Wilson captivated the vestigate. He saw a man sneaking
audience by his singing. Master down the alley and immediately
Sam McMonald is a wonder in his spoke to him with a revolver. The
singing and dancing and the others fellow didn't think a reply neces
were likewise deserving of special sary but beat a hasty retreat.
mention. The home of Miss Miller loth
Tonight the company presents 1 and Chickasha was also visited
"The Big Strike" an American This morning it was discovered
piay dealing with the relations that the servants room hal been
between labor and capital which 1 entered. The servant chanced to
will interest and entertain every- j be occupying a room in the main
body. j part of the hou e. She had left
i act purse containing a small sum
BARN DESTROYED BY FIRE cf mon and a ber apart-
rnents. Thee and some other
articles wer taken but the bnrglar
overlooked a S50 roll of bills. No
evidence of the identity of the
guilty part:es h s Wen found. '
A eaufpDed oSces in the South wf-at fnrth -ritw-il treatment of all
i Diseases of Eye Ear Kose Threat and Clircnic diseases
A We don't claim to cure ever-thing but we do claim that un- k
a der our treatment more chronic diseases are cured than under
any other. Diseases obstinate to other treatments yield to the '
improved methods which we apply. We succeed because in ad-
ft dition to the principles of medical science we employall the latest
4 and best apparatus known to the medical profession.
4 Therino-Therapeutic Treatment.
A Dry Hot Air applied in a scientific manner topically and k
rra v nnn pnr" rivct-i with rr as i e. a 1 1 '
es even after all other methods have failed than any other "
form of treatment tnntt-n Thn fnlna-i-nfr a;o.c. I
- ...c lAa t: kt r
Adjoining Build iriga Saved by
Work of Fire Department.
i successfully treated by Thermo-Theraoie in all the leadins- schools
I and institutions in Germany Austria France England and
America with phenomenal results and the authorities of the p
medical faculties everywhere have been astonished at the great T
2 percentage of cures. Rheumatism Muscular and Articular
o 1 ' - j ....... t.. . . A . I. . uuwu .tilUUS .11- '
fections Blood Po;ion Obesity Diabetes Chronic Marlaria.Kid-
ney and Bladder troubles. Scrofula Asthma Chronic Bronchitis
Faralysis Pulmonary troubles Dropsy Renal and Cardiac or k
00m comunea ungat's disease JLaGnppe (Influenza.) By
means of this treatment pain is relieved mobility of stiffened
joints restored inflammatory conditions removed and pathogenic
prospect of it
Fire broke out Tuesday about!
9:30 night in ihe oarn on the place'
occupied by R. A. Laughf.n near)
4th and Col. avenue. It was well f
' . . .. .If
unaer neaawav wnen c:covered.
SSpiisiness Suits and j
;!:f.:e;!.v.!r'h iJTlie Business of Suitinfi
else this session although some of . - . 5
. joined it were tn names ! "" )
the correspondents still tnmk there . - . )
lootea lite an impossiDie tast to
extinguished them but the boysj
did it. But for their good work;'
several buildings nearby and prob- j .
ably the residences would have
been destroved The nronertvlf
- . j 1
owners arc very thankful to the
boys for their efficient services.
It is thought 1'nat the fire was
accidentally ttarted by a tramp
sleeping in the barn. Mr. Mays
lost his buggy and harness. He
had no insurance.
Electro-Therapeutic Treatment for
4 and functional disturbances such as Neurasthe:
Vitus Dance Paralysis
By Means of the X Rays w
iiosis of Gallstones (billiarr Calculi
all kindred affections. Chorea St.
Locomotor Ataxia Falsy and all Fe-
e make a
or renal cai-
e niiman s'S-
is a chance for Oklahoma to enter
the pearly gate.
"Illinois to the rescue of Kansas"
is the cry that comes from Spring-
field. A member of the Illinois
legislature has intronuced a reso
lution looking to 1 loan of $100000
to the Jawhawkers to carry on
their fight against Standard Oil.
Chickasha owes Doyle & Swartz
a vo:e of thacksforthe perserrance
with which they prosecuted the
sewer work. It is pretty certain
that they Ur.t heavily on the con-
tract but they did their work
with entire satisfaction to the en-
gineers and council.
Col. Bob Xeff formerly the bril-
liant editor of the Black well News
has taken charge of the State
Democrat at Lawton. Bob is one
of the best known men in Oklaho-
ma. A politician and orator he is
equally at home with the pen and
on the stump. He is a past-
master in humor and satire and a
democrat without guile. Col. Neff j
will be a strong addition to the
democratic newspaper force in this
part of the territory.
We take pleasure in calling at-
tention to the announcement of B.
B. Prestridge as a candidate for!
police judge. He is a democrat of
the purest type and an honest clean
man whose industrious habits
have won him a good name as
citizen. Mr. Prestridge has lived
in the territory eleven yv.ars and
has bten a resident of Chickasha
five years. He is from Texas
state from which so many men of
sterling worth haiL If elected he
promises to use his utmost endea
vers to fill the office to the satisfac
tion of the voters and for the best
interests of the city.
A DELEGATE CONVENTION.
Wit! be Held by tbc Republicans
ing Saturday Night.
The Express honored Wash
mgton s birtnday yesterday by
taking a holiday. Advantage was
taken of the opportunity to get
some new machinery in shape. We
cope to be prepared in a few days
to give our readers better ser-ice.
Wanted: Young man from
Pickens County to prepare for de-
sirable position ia government
Mail Service. Salary $800. Rapid
promotion to $ 1500. Splendid op
portuuitv. Address C. W. Box
One Cedar Rapids Ia. 17-21
Mr. and Mrs. Veslow request
tnat the ladies who have promised
to take part in the play "Colonial
Dames" meet them at the Carne-
gie library Friday afternoon Feb.
24 at 2 o'clock.
The executive committee ap-
pointed by the republican club to
formulate plans for conducting the
city campaign met last night and
agreed on a report which will be
made at a meeting of the club to
be held Saturday night.
The principal points in the
1st. That we hold a delegate
convention iror the nomination of
candidates to be voted for at large.
2nd. That the basis for dele-
gates from each ward be one for
every ten votes or fractiou thereof
cast for R. F. Scoffern for Mayor
at the election of iqov
3rd That the delegate coaven
tion be held Tuesday March 10th
4tn. l hat each ward hold its
convention March 10th to elect
delegates and to nominate alder.
men for the ward.
5th. That the following named
persons be appointed a committee
to take charge of their respective
ward meetings March 10th. 1st
ward A. B. Leeds 2nd ward C
M. Fechheimer 3rd ward Mack
Bishop 4th ward Frank Brown.
124 boutli lcird &tret. Office opposite oostoffice and F.arlv fc :
iJllH. F. Gorman M. D.
'Ma : 4 i .
DW YER E. P. SMITH
LJ"r uwe in ii.e oiacaer au toreign bodies in
tern; siso tumors abscesses heart disease and almost an v ab-
normal conditions fractures dislocations. All pelvic and rectal
diseases successfully treated.
R. VV. FREEMAN M. D.
If 5 0U know what you want
tell us your wants and we will
be sure to want to get your
wants but if you don't know
what you want we want to tell
you what you want.
Be sure to get what you
want when youteM us
We want to sell you your wants
in the grocery line and we be-
lieve if we once furnish your
wants you w'l want to trade
at the place where you get
what you want.
Tignor & Cash.
When you want a shave
go to the shop first door
east of Sigmon's furniture
store. Best of acconioda-
ALL TOOLS ARE STERILIZED.
Thorne & Owens
Charles B. Gannaway M D
positive diag- f j Office West Side Drug Store
Chickaaha I. T. Treats the eyes
medically or surgically and corrects
vision with glasses when necessary.
MRS. MAUD HOWELL Assistants ; 7 jchkboh blog
I21S S. SEVENTH
are special features with us.
An usually desirable assort
ment of patterns of suits for
business wear and the care-
ful attention to t very detail
that goes with the make-upj
PERFECTLY TAILORED GARMENTS
is bringing business right
along to - - -
tf Nothing succeeds like Success. Therefore when you are
placing your insurance be careful to place it with an "up-to-
t date' ' agency that has the companies and can give you what
ff you pay for namely Protection. Don't wait until you have
a Fire to find this to be too true but act on it at once and
f place your INSURANCE with us. If in need of a Bond at
f any time drop in and see us we can make it for you and save
ff you the embarrasment or asking your friends to execute it.
(f We make Loans on RealDEstate.
DWYER & SMITH
ff "ice in Citizens Loan and Trust Company building rear of
H Citizens National Bank.
General Practitioner of
Medicine and Surgery
CHICKASHA - -
THE BEST PHYSIC.
When you want a physic that
is mild and gentle easy to take
and -certain to act always use
chamberlain s stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sale by all drueeists
The Republican club will meet
Saturday night February 25th at
8 o'clock. Business of importance.
A. B. Leeds
A. Haieht. President.
Mrs. Harry Copdand of Kansas
City is visiting her sister Mrs. H.
Conlcy on South Fifth Street.
Everet Wells employed by N.
B. Webb is not able to fill his place
today ou account of sickness.
F. G. Aiener of Denison is visit j
ing friends here.
2l6 CHICKASHA AYE.
MKer of the Kind of Clothoa
The New Meat Market
G. W. DAVIS
FISH AND CURED MEATS
DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY
Phone Number 405
109 South 3rd St. first door south
of Clay Donovan's.
? $i & Sr. St - St 9r. r 5t St. Q
F. E. RIDDLE
Notary Public and Stenographers
in office. Rooms over Bank of
Commerce in Sayer Building.
Reford Bond Alger Melton
Bond & Melton
Office in First Nat'l Bank Buildiug
fs Mirror ol the Scot
i DR- h C DISS
v-' ' . . Optical Specialist
Located with Dr. T. H. Williams'
Dentist Office. Days 20 to 23 each
month. Will be prepared to do all
optical work. Phone 65.
The New Way
of doing the family wishing the wiy which chtugei it from
dreary drudgery to cheerful houtckdU it'j it by nmsf
Lu!I modern turdard
Latin dry in your home nd there
will be bo witer to carry no
kekcfe or dtmp Soon tnd do
tab to mpty or upact. It will
ieurw the ecZisg ralue of your
I C. P. HOLLINGSWORTH & CO- j
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CEAS. M. FECHEE1KEB
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Commercial Real Estate and Pro-
bate Practice. Johnson Btiildint.
Phone No. 300.
J. P. NAIL
Farms and Leases a Specialty. P
O. Box 573. Chickasha Ind. Ttr.
C C Potter B. a Barefoot J. D. Carmichat I
Potter. Earefoo! & Camicibs!
Attorneys at La
OBctOTer Hrowuoa'a l'bro-.aci
Chickasha . inj. x.
Rock Island Barea
Transfer Cc. Movi
Phone No. 79
Office at Emeri i n's Shoe Store.
3 Custom Grist Mill
GO TO t
When you want a
Shave or Haircut.
f loors west of Globe Restrurant. j
xsew ana up-to.aate. Jiatn rooms
SOLICITS YOUR TRADE
Dealers in Ccrn Meal Graham Flour trd all Kir.tls cf Feed
and Weed. We s-erll Gasoline Engines i:d Millirg Supplies
CALL AND SEE US.
DR. G. 8. FOSTER
OVER CHICKASAW TRUST COMPANY
i Wilson & Dubosel
3 Phone 120 for Wood - - Chickasha I. T.
TTTTBT8 TTfVI f ' mnprt eTTI 1 1 IT 8 a t a ilHTturr. .
R. B. Human Prop'r.
Corner of Choctaw and 7th Street.
Rubber Tire Work a Specially
Phone your wants tn m
Chickasha . indian Territory
nave you a friend who has a hard cold?
Then tJl him about Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. Tn Kim
it cured your hard cou2h. Tell him why you tlways keeD it
in the house. Teil him to ask his doctor about it. Doctors
imvc mown me rormun ror over sixty years.
Bell & HoIIoway
PROPRIETORS OP THE
Rock Island Sharing Parlors
Baths in Connection. Best Shine
3rd St Chickasha I T
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