The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 134, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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Keniueuce l'boutf No. 34.
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Somebody intimates that Chiek-
aslia needssidewalks and crossings.
A Chickasha man has his life
insured in favor of his niother-inlaw
Another big wholesale house for
Ch'ckaslta. It doesn't take much
of a seer to see that Chickasha
is destined to become one of the
'great distributing points in this
.The Chicago Inter Oceau dis-
cussing the woman suffrage ques-
tion says "what some women need
is husbands and what all of them
need is not the suffrage but just a
little historical knowledge and
alxwe all a sense of humor."
Mean thing that said it lie ought
to be turned over to the African
Sonic of the republicans of Okla-
homa who formerly opposed the un-
ion of thelawless landless savage
hords of IudiauTerritory with their
ten itory.are'amiing tothink that we
are quite a respectable and civilized
people since everything points to
single territory. It is very grati-
fiing to have such an admission at
this late date?
Amotion is in order to suspend
the weather man till there is fur-
ther need for his services. The
fact is his work never has beet
entirely satisfactory. There is
something radically wrong in his
system of managing the weather
always too wet or too dry. If he
can't do better than thu he'd bet-
better quit "monkeying" with the
tlemeft.ts. Nothing personal about
thus Mr Hugo Koos will please1
take no offense'.
The Victor Record organ of the
Western Miners Federation which
came out in an editorial advocating
theendiugof the strike.had its plant
smashed to pieces by unknown par-
ties. Labor destroys its best
friend when it destroys a printing
press. The lalwr question has be-
come an acute one in modem times
not because the condition of the
lalwrcr is worse today but. because
the diffusion vt knowledge due to
the printing press has brought
abou't a recognition of the difference
in condition of the laboring and
capitalist 'ci.jsscs.' The modern
labor question has been brought to
lifcht by the educaton of the masses.
Liberal reward for the return of
Mack dog alxmt 5 months old.
Strayed away Monday June Mh.
J. II. Brownson. 31-33
Lawrence Barret's famous (M
t-wit cigar at Net! & Smith's. tf
Said I)y Others
Knid justice is the hot stuff. A
drayman named Brown and his
wife charged with obtaining
eighty-five dollars through raising
freight bills were placed under a
lxnid of $10000 while Watkins and
I Kigali charged with gettiag away
with $247000 of the jieople's
money in a bank were released on
bonds of $2500 and $3000. If
you swipe anything at Knid it
evidently pays to swipe enough to
insure a stand-in.- Ulackwell
News. v. ;' . ' '.-
: liOWN TRODDK.V WOMENS'S
A young woman in St. Louis
charged with larceny has just been
acquitted with the help of what
the judge calls" a sickening flirta- i
tion be tweed jurors andjthe defen-
dant." The prosecuting attorney
sarcastically thanked the jury for
the high order of citizenship dis-
played in rendering a verdict under
the influence of "a pretty woman's
winks hnd a glimpse at a bit of
The advocates of women's rights
must admit that in such cases as
this the downtrodden sex gains
some advantage from its oppres-
sion. If there had been women on
that jury the attractive defendant
would not have winked and her
openwork stockings would certainly
have beenwith-hcld from publication
Probably she would have been con-
victed. On the other hand no fe-
male jury would ever be heartless
enough to convictja man accus-
tomed to beating his wife. The
general opinion in the box would
be that it served her right and the
jury would be likely to accompany
its verdict of acquittal with a
A lady who expects 10 liave oc-
casion to appear in court will con-
sult her interests by promptly en-
rolling her name in the auti-suf-frage
J association. New York
World. --.. -' '
Population of Indian Territory
Increasing at Rate of 500
It has been estimated that the
population of Indian Territory is
growing at the rate of 500 people
a day.' This- apfllc iff a period
covering the" last si mouths.
Taking the last census figures
302000 and comparing it with the
present estimated population of
592000 a growth of 135 persons
per day would be shown put
this is not a fair test as the in-
crease in population within the past
year hart greater than in the three
preceding years combined. If
the territory continues to jucrease
in population during the next twfl
years as it lias in the past year
wjien statehood .come iu 1906
Indian Territory will coins in with
a population l 957.0 . Okla-
homa will probably'; 'iuu: tis
and make the total population '
the new state 1914000. This will
be the largest jxipulation ever
claimed by any state at the time of
Taking the census figures of 1900
for a basis the population of Ind-
ian Territory at that time was nine
times as large as Nevada six times
that of Alaska four times that of
Wyoming twice that of Ilawhii.and
double that if Idaho Deleware and
New Mexico 148000 more than
Montana 115000 more than Utah
72000 more that North Dakota.
The population of the territory has
increased at the lowest estimate
200000 since that time while it is
not likely that in any of the other
territories mentioned it has increas-
ed 25 ier cent and in the states
mentioned not more than 10 er
cent since the census so that the
comparative figures if they could Ijc
had M this time would be still
more in favor of Indian Territy.
Record Fort Worth Texas.
If stray stock trouble yon phone
theriop;idman. Phone 362. tf
After Mental ELxer-
tlon No Rest.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Saved
There la little )oy fn living whrn the dis-
ordered nerves prevent sleep nd rest; when
one wakes from a restless nifcht more tired
than the nifht before; when one Is forced to
d.-ag through the round of daily duties with-
out enirrpv. ambition or interest. This con-
dition ts due to deriarement of the nerves
which may be Meedijy regulated and
Strengthened by Ir. Miles' Restorative
Nervine. This remarkabfto medicine ha a
wonderful record of Cures. Supplying as it
does the r t dement needed tor the res-
toration of the nerve fiirce and vitality its
good effects are felt after the tirst few doses.
. "I hare ascd your remedies myself and in
my family for the past seven years and it is
not too much to say that they saved my life.
The tired feeling 1 1 jcM'' hive uirer (jiving
a few music lessons hliif ft me entirely and
instead of lying ia led three or four hours
trying to wet sleep end then geuiiw' up and
walking (lie floor until morning lean now
go to bed and sleep eii'ht ten and twelve
hours without any trouble. V ben I think of
my former nervous wretchrd irritable state
1 want to tell everyone what iJr. Miles'
Nervine iias done for me. ' 1 can do as much
work now in a day as 1 ured to take a week
to accimplish I think l)r. Miles' Nervine
iethe twst remedy for nervousness and gen.
erol debility on earth." I.. D. EDWARDS
Prof of Music i'reston Idaho
All dr"i;t;!sts sell and guarantee first bot-
tle Lr. Miiu Kemedies. TSeiul for free book
on Nervous nnd I ( art I diseases. Additit
Dr. Miles Medical Co Llkhart Ind.
White Star Coffee at
Tignor & Cash's Gro-
cery opposite Post-
office. TK I UM I'HS Ol' MOIJEKN Sl'KGKRY
Wonderful things are done for
the human body by surgery. Or-
gans are taken out and scraped and
put back in place or they may be
removed entirelyjbones are spliced;
pipes take the place of diseased
sections of veins; antiseptic dress
ings are applied to wounds bruises
burns and like injuries before in-
flammation sets in which causes
them to heal without maturation
and in one-third the time required
by the old treatment. Chamlicr-
lain's Pain Halm acts on the same
principle. It ia an antiseptic and
when applied to such injuries
causes tliem to heal very fuickly.
It also allays the pain and poreness.
Keep a lltle of Pain Balm in your
home and it will save you time
arid money not to mention the in
convenience and suneniitr which
such in j uries entail. For sale by
Palace Drug Store.
I Am Now Doing Business
I am thoroughly equipped to in
stall or furnish anything in the way
of Plumbing Steam and Hot Wa-
ter Heating Galvanized Iron Cor.
nice Tin and Sheet Copper Work;
also Steam filter's supplies pipe
and "fittings pumps tanks and well
supplies. Having had over thirty
years practical experience in the
business J feel confident that I can
please you by giving you first class
work at reasonable prices. We
wih be pleased to show our line to
you and will cheerfully furnish es-
timates on any work contemplated.
j. y. BpCK 111 and 113 north
Third St. Phone 202. 6 3i&w2t
Spepial sale on ladies
shirt waist lot of
white and colored
waist (5 luu and
1 .56 C"lyr bOc. I lot
black and f2Pcy silk
waist 3.50 and 4.00
quality now 2.50. The
Eagle Mer cantile Co. tf
Tignor & Cash's Gro-
cery opposite Post-
office. Children's Day Exercises
Next Sunday evening the Con-
gregational Sunday School will
give a Children's Day cantata
which has Ix'cn in preparation fot
sometime. The exercises will oc-
cur at the teuton 12 & Washington
White Star Coffee at
Tignor & Cash's Gro
eery opposite Post-
office. Have you tried the new copper
service to Oklahoma City? It's
fine" No waiting. Topeka & Kl
Reno Telephone Co. tf
Special Rates Via Frisco
United Confederate Vet runs Ke-
Union Nashville Teiin. going
and returning via Memi)hisf 16.-15.
Going and returning via. St
Going via Memphis and return-
ing via St. Louis. ..... -'(. 05
Dates of sale June 1011 12 and
13th good until July loth. I Hiring
tins tune round trip tickets can e
had !rom Nashville to all jioints
south of the Ohio and Patoinac
and east of the Mississippi rivers at
one fare plus 25 cents making ex-
tremely low rates to all points.
Sjiecial low rates to St. Louis.
On June 9th only $12.40 cents
for the round trip tickets good
leaving St Louis on the 16th.
Special round trips to' San Fran-
ciso August 15th to Sept 10th
from Chickasha 45.00.
Summer Torist rates to various
Mammoth Hot Sprougs.Wyo. $70. 50
Ogileu and Salt Lake City 5f.37.65
Peliblo ... . . . . . .$21.85
St. Paul and Minueajmlis . $28.70
White Sulphur Springs V. Va 56. 1 5
Comparatively low i.ites to Fast-
ern Northern and Western xjints.
Tickets on saledaily until Sept. 30th
Call or address J. A. Weeks -Phone
Intending visitors to St. Louis
during the World's Fair can assure
themselves satisfactory rooming
accommodations through the Mer-
chants' Service company at a nom-
inal expense. For particulars ap-
ply at the nearest Frisco System
igent. t f
The Klectrie Light" Plant is
ready to start current for fans and
will start as soon as the weather
gets warm enough to get fans suf-
ficient to justify running:- Let ' tu;
put you in a fan and be ready . for
the warm season.
Chickasha Light & Powkk C.
All kinds of scavenger work done
on short notice. Leave your order
at the Nickel Store. tf
J. B. Boatright
CIIU;llA!HA Lou s
i A.r. A.M.
KV(j'KtVi lietiular meet In
. 'j1 T .i -btforii full ruouu. J.
nV 1. til I more W. M
K. F. Scoffurn Sec.
l!I( KASHA L0IM.C M. HI
ANOIKNT OHUIH IJNITKU WoHKllCV
Moots every Thursday nlctit In new A. o. V
W. Hull. All members and vlsltlnr lr(jtlii:r
ln'ted V J. Courcler. Kecnnlpr
J. 8. Tktiiian M. W'
UUiCKABUA iMUUt. NO ZH.l. Q.O.V.
" J. ncys N G.
A. Uau-lit acryv
WMI1T4 VVl.LET l.iMK.K.Vo
. M Hllifc'llVK l( 1'ytllliln.
Mruts every Monday nlulii
in thccnxiif HiUl. tiir Kn-
"mi LUiiunsVK lurnlliirr
More. V isUintr bruthtrs eor-
1 lull wcleouitil.
I 1. .'
J. Ilowiird MUii!r
Kcepi r ot Ki:wrclH & Seals.
N'. IT A. il.
jj Meoti on the ZuA arn) Uu Mouusjt
"of oc.l? month.
K. Hamiltub. H. r
-V K. K ScjorreKN Heorvr
S-. j UlMOLA Y COWMANOK.KV
'' ..'7 No. 4. K.T
t .lA Meets on tti first Vuteluy
ntjrhi of fatli inomh
' "A M.M
MOOF.KN WOODMKSl.r AMl'.UK'A .
Meets every Krl.lnj nlt:ht In A O U W Hull
VltilnR members cord'slly Invlle.l toiiUi.uQ
61 11 Powers i b Taimuri.
Mr-els every Fal'irihty nlwlit at o'tleik !n
the A. . V. V.'. Hull. All tlMIIiiji niTiilwrs
James T Vhi liiun I're.
;. W IItihi.i -a. Hee'y.
JOK bH.S4.llV V&MV n. j c. v.
Will meet n Satunlay of cjteb. wu k at I
o'cloek p. m. All Veteran sre c-mM;tily 1
vlttii to attain)
tj (i . IJ'ltl u ill
T. J.OOHsAjt. t omin.iipk r.
KVEKUKERN KKHKKAU UtlMiK NO. U
Mnets 1st and Srd Thursday oiiihts of ecb
Jennie Kose N. G.
A. Uaight. Sec
W J" k l..l
The Sewin-' Machine has
so long been a 1 let C-..-.I I y in
every family that the main
question to lie answered is
I he I
The women of the Fami-
ly are answering the ques-
tion by purchasing more
1 than a million - - - -
chines Each Year.
j Sold for 'cash or on in-
M stalhnents. i Old machines
exchanged. Machine need-
les oil and parts can le ob-
tained at our store. Voiir
repair work solicited. - r
1 Singer ManafacliiringCo.
I A- B. Morgan M(Jr
m 404 Chickasha Avenue le-
H tween 4th and 5th streets
Good spirits don't all come from
Kentucky. Their mniu source is
the liver and all the fine spirits
ever made in the Blue Grass Stale
could not remedy a bad liver or the
huudred-aud-oue ill effects it pro-
duces. You can't have gooi
spirits and a bad liver at the same
time. Your liver must be in fine
condition if you would feel buoy-
ant happy and hopclul bright of
eye light of step vigorous and suc-
cessful in your pursuits. You can
put your liver in fine condition by
using Grceu's August Flower the
greatest ot all medicines for- the
liver and stomach' and a certain
cure for dyspepsia or indigestion.
It has been a favorite household
reiuedy for over thirty-five years.
August Flower will make your
liver healthy and active and thus
insuie you a liU-ral supply of
'good spnitis." Trial sie 25c
regular lxt th s 7 Sf- At all drug
West Side Drug Store
. To Advertisers
All copy for new adds orcnauges
iu old ones must 1h handed in not
l itter than 8.30 a. in. Otherwise
we cannot guarantee the apicar-
ance of the same on the day ou
'.he day on which they are sent
;'3.&jl;' ' CHICKASHA I. T.
Trains Leave Chickasha as Follows:
No. 12 mail and ex. daily 3:00 a m
No. 14 mail and ex. dailyJj:io ptu
No. 130 mail and ex. to
Shawnee and intenue-
diate points ; . 7:5 v.
No. 3f express Daily ex-
cept Sunday ... . . 6:25 a m
No. 25 Uk.iI freight Cald-
well and intermediate
poir.t:-; daily except Sun 6:33 a IU
No. 1 1 mail and ex. daily 1 a 1:1
No. 23 mail and ex. daily 1:15 p m
No. 51 local ficight daily
except Sunday . .
6:00 a m
No. 129 mail and ex. Law-
toif. and interuiediate
No. 13 mail and ex. Man-
9 05 a m
- gum and intermediate
daily connecting at A11-
adarko for jxiints south
Lawton W.iurika and
iutennrli;itc poinU . 3:11 a m
Ko. 151 Uiit fteight daily
cm 1 j t Sunday Man-
H"iu ..... ... 7:00 a 111
No. 157 l'x al freightdaily
except Smid.iy La ton 5:50 a 111
No. 21 I mixed Pass and
freight daih except Surs-
ilav Lin'i-py and inter- '
mediate points connect-
ing with Santa Fe f"i
Pauls Yalh. v .rr-TT fi:jo a m
No. 14 hum d Pa:s. and
freight daily except Sun-
day fu'in Lindsay . . 12.4s P m
L. M. alli;n
General J'as' engi r Agent '
II DR. C S. FOSTER
HVi;i CHICKASAW TKfST CriMPANY
For Sals at a Bargain
The Sing Long Restaurant. Do-
ing a good business. Investigate at
122 Chickasha Avenue
100 South Fourth Street
Flannigan & Boatty
F. K. RIDDLF
Notary Public and Stenographers
in office. Rooms over liank of
Commerce in Sayer Building.
Reford Bund Alger Melton
Bond & Melton
Office in First Nat'l Bank Building
Rock Island Baggage F.xpressand
Transfer Co. Moving a Secialty
Phono No. 79
Stand 120 Chickasha Avenue.
DR. F. WARREN
Office Corner 3rd and Chickasha
Ave over Clay Donovan's clothing
CQAS. M. rECHHEIMEB
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ConuiK-reial Real Instate and Pro--1
'.'ite Practice. Johnson Building
Phone No. 300.
Dr. J. C. DISS
Located with Dr. T. II. Williams'
Dentist Office. Days 30 to 23 each
month. Will 1 prepared to do all
Or. WaHcr lu.ui!
Ki il.h ia-f Hbue 111
Or. 1. 1. tliHint
Kelilruce i'tjune 1P1
Penquite & Boone
Physicians and Suigeons.
Office in Ilinergeiicy Hospital iu
Nortii Fourth Street. Phone 26
A Full I.inc of Tobaccos.
- PAT TOLAS" Proprietor -Cor.
Chickasha Au. and 1'ouith St
C C Voiwr Il il H.r (. j UcrmkhMl
Poller. EarcfGot & ctarsiiclissl!
Attorneys at Lawj
OrTjceovtr llrtiDWB- Pbarmac;
Cliickohha - - .- I;! xrrV
H. "A." WHITE
Dray and Transfer Lints. Careful
and Prompt Strvice.
Stand in Shaper Building
J. H. Kitzmiller. M. D.
I'lIYSJClAN - .
Chronic diseases; d.-M-s ofduM.
rci. sr.v. tifiice in Hull.ngs-
u W. C. CLAY
Veterinary Serpen 2nd Dentist
fl.ee at 1. Yt1Inwl .irn
I 'N. 11. PesidectSj2
ClIH KASHA -
J- P. NAIL
Farmsimd Leases a SjK-eialty" j
J- l!-x 573- Chickasha Iud.er$
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Evans, George H. The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 134, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1904, newspaper, June 10, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731876/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.