The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 134, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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Twin Territory Topics
Martin O. T. has had a $10000
A gang of horse thieves have
been run down at Vinita.
Muskogee is to have an electric
car line. A $100000 company has
Oklahoma populists have- elected
delegates to the national conven-
tion which meets in Springfield
111. July 4th.
f Judge Henry S. I'oote of the
citizenship court states that the
coun expects to finish its work by
Decern I cr 31.
Wallers. O. T. which was de-
vested by a cycbiie is asking for
aid. Thirty families are in a dis-
Ardinore is the latest town to
be hit by the oil craze. The citi-
zens propose to investigate the
prospects for oil in that vicnity.
U. S. Marshal Coliicrt and dep-
uties have made a raid on the
"boweries" at Tishomingo. Con-
siderable beer and cider was found
but no whisky.
Secretary Hitchcock has approv-
ed tlie contract with McOualtcrs
Plumbing and Machinery Co. of
Hillsboro Texas for the con-
stiuctiou of the Law ton water-
works. Work w ill be commenced
Muskogee is having an interest-
ing jKistoflke fight. Among the
cani lidatcs are H. T. ICstes the
present iuciinilent; J. N. Noy;
president of the republican club;
Clarence Douglas editor of the
Phoenix a"d other. We are in
favor of Col. Douglas on the gen
eral iin ipiil that a newspaer wno
is a good fellow ought to have
what he wants.
G. E. ZIMMERMAN
Contractor and Builder
Corner of 5th and Chickasha Ave.
D. R. PRIDDY&SON.
A niiniber of fine farms and nice
residences listed. Also a crop near
town for sale at a bargain. Your
patronage solicited. (Mliee witli
Heavers McCluie & Heavers op-
posite the ICarly Hotel.
TRY Til Ii
AT A LI. IK
Cook & Kent Prop'rs.
We i.re now on with the finest
stock of whiskies wines liquors
of all kinds cigars etc. in the
territory and invite the public to
all. Pabst liccr on draught. Sjiccial
attention to mail orders. Your trade-
sol ici ted.
R. B. Human Prop'r.
Corner of Choctaw ami 7th Street
Rubber Tire Work a Specialty
Phone your wants to 395.
Chickasha - Indian Territory
White Star Coffee at
Tignor & Cash's Gro-
cery opposite Post-office.
Children's Day at CumUrlaud
Presbyterian Church Sunday June
12 1904 11 a. in.
Owning Kxerciscs Ola pradlcy
Song "Christ's l!anner"School
Recitation "The Child in the
Midst" Alma May James Drig-
cers Allcrtine ilarris Lee Reeve
Recitation. "The Child iu the
Home" Jennie Tiusley.
Krcilation. "The Duty of the
Older One" Beatrice Grantham
r liU I.. H'ill 11.. a Tt..lrwr"
Ke.ntonsive Reading School.
Recitation "What little ones can
do" Primary Class.
Sons. "Suffer Little children to
come UHto Me" School.
Recitation "The Child in tin
Sunday School." Gnssie Tinslcy
Recitation Ktta Taylor.
Recitation ' "Christ's Garnerers"
Sons "To Set the World Re-
ioicing" Mary Pcery.
Recitation "A Cheery Word"
Recitation "The other children
ncr "World wide Doors for
Jesus" Older Girls
Recitation "An offering.
M. D. Garner & Sons
Contractors &. Builders
Plans and specifications
made for all kinds of
buildings. Estimates and
bills of material furnished.
Inquire at Cameron Luni-
are so apparent that we are almost
ashamed to talk aliout them. They
stick right out like the nose of your
face but as Marcus Aurelius
might have said if he had thought
of it "If a man blow not his own
horn the same it shall not 1
blowed." And our office lioy says
he'll lie blowed if he can see why
we should hide our light under a
Ro to save argument we are will
ing to admit that there is no light
that even approaches the electric
light in quantity of light radiated
all around the room.
The quality of the light you can
see tor yourscii. i-.icctrie ngms
give a strong clear vivid write
light. That is what is demanded
today pure white light and plenty
If our points are not clear to you
it is undoubtedly due to the fact
that your light is tor. If you
will put in a full equipment of elec
tric lighcs the whole subject will lie-
made beautifully luminous and we
will have. peace in the family.
Ghickasha Wholesale Directory.
Jobbers and Manufacturers.
Chickasha is the rccoganicd jobbing centre of this section of the south-
west. Its location and resources have enabled it to obtain this
jiosition 'of supremacy which it is continually strengthening.
Many jobbing lines arc represented by one or more rcsjionsible
fu nis w hile in the manufacturing industries the city is fortunate.
A city possessing the advantages enjoyed by Chickasha always has
room for more jobbing firms and manufactories. Full Infor-
mation on this ixint may lie obtained by writing the secretary
of our commercial chili W . F. ukanlkk.
CJliieHuslio. Cotton Oil Oowipuny.
Wholesale dealers in cotton manufacturers of cottonseed oil and
meal. Capital $.So 000.0 80 tons capacity R. K. Woolen
Gillcey-Jitrboo Ilnrdwure Company.
Jobliers and dealers in hardware and implements. Capital
100000.00 capacity 2 large bricks and 6 iron store rooms
A. S. Cilkey president.
Clil ItusliM. IVIilllnef Company.
Millers and grain dealers wholesale dealers in flour capital
75000.00 capacity 800 bbls licr day 2 elevators capacity
120000 bushel. II. It. Johnson president II. Roos manager.
Wholesale grocers and jobliers capacity three store rooms capi-
tal 500000.00 J. A. Bultc-r manager.
The Slgmon Furniture & Caarpet Co.
Wholesale dealers of Furnittr: Carjiets Mantles Grates.
Manufacturers of Mattresses Spring Beds Cots Kitchen Ta-
bles Kitchen Cabinets and Kxcclsior. Capital 33000.00 C.
T. Sigmon manager.
Grav I 'roduco Company.
Jobbers and dealers in all kinds of produce frutis and vegetab'es.
Buia V Wullace.
Manufacturers and joblx-rs iu saddles and harness.
C. P. Hollingsworth & Co.
Manufacturers of skylights awnings smoke stacks Tanks or
anything iu the metal line.
. Madufacturers of Graham Flotia com meal and feed.
Manufacturer and wholesale dealer iu cigars.
Whitcmun llroa. Compainy
Wholesale dealers in meats flour produce and general com-
missions capital 65000.00 Will Whiteman manager.
H. I? . Ilovey
Manufacturer and wholesale dealer in ice cream and candies.
Crystal Ice Go.
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in Ice and Ice Cream
Frank Drown Mgr.
Sun Burst Skirts. I take order
for ac-ordion pleated skirts; your
won goods prepared and plealed for
4.50 by Chas. Stevens Chicago.
Miss Johnston Agent. Phone
48 Chickasha Green House.
White Star Coffee at
Tignor & Cash's Gro-
cery opposite Post-office.
About twenty years ago and sub
sequent improvements and iuvcu
lions make it ikjsmIjIc ior every
to have at their home und place of
business the most piacticalconvcn-
'euce of modern times; namely the
Did you ever stop to consider the
advantages of a lelcplioue in
city like Chickasha? Why walk
through the hot sun the wind and
the rain or why worry when with
but little expense you can have at
vour service a telephone with
which you can relieve your wants
in iiraceically no lime? Is this not
modern economy? We are prepar
ed to give you excellent service
Call central over your neighbor'
phone und have a Telephone instal
led. .We guarantee good service
Armour Packing Co.
l'ork and liccf packers wholesale provisions lard canned goods
amis soap' K. L. Howard local manager..
Swift .V Company
I'.eef and jnk packers wholesale dealers of provisions special-
tics fresh meats and soaps.
Electric Plaioing Mill
Manufacturers of mouldings doors sash vindwos screens
tables and. desks.
Chickasha Sash and Door Co.
Wholesale dealers of sash doors moldings and lumber W. C.
Choctaw Mill & Elevator Co-
whoiesaie jobliers and dealers in grain feed flour and corn
Oscar Allen manager.
Chickasha Iron Works.
Manufacture of all kinds (if iron work G. B. Rodgers Mgr.
H. F. Owsley.
Manufacturer atid dealer in monuments tombstones cemetery
iiUiil! d u ills I
ST. LOUIS APRIL 30
TO NOVEMBER 30.
The'.Best Quickest and Only Direct Line
From Chickasha is via the
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Tickets good tor eii'ire leasou 011 sale every day April 25th to
Xuvcndnr 15th $SW.1C1
Tickets good lor sixty (fo) days from date of sale ou April 25th
.0 XiiveinU-r 20th . . $tSK.40
Tickets good for ten (15) days from date of sale on sale April
:7th to November 30th . ' ' . . . $11.CC
NoTi-: On the ten day tickets return can be made leaving St.
bonis on loth day.
"Children's" rates are half of the al.iovc rates same limits.
Stop-overs are allowed on Ik ith going and return trips on one
way and round trip tickets reading via St. Louis. The "Meteor"
is the train you take and it is up-to-date in every particular
one of the finest in the Southwest. St. Louis train leaves Chick-
asha 3.10 p. m. I-or full information call on or address
J. A. WEEKS AGENT. .
XoTh The Frisco always give cheap rates to important meetings
1 meetings w
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! THE CUSTOM GRIST MILL 1
$ - (f
Solicits Your Trade.
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iii Dealers in Corn Meal Graham Flour and all Kinds f
of Feed and Wood. We Sell Gasoline F.ngiues ff
jtf and Milling Supplies. :: :: :: :: :- fj
t CALL AND SEE US f
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Chickasha Bottling Works.
Manufacturers anil wholesale dealers in all kinds of soft drinks
capacity 450 cases a day. I W. Wood manager.
M. T. Barrier
Manufacturer sash doors window screens desks and tables.
Chickasha Brokerage Co.
Wholesale Brokers and Commission Merchants.
LIBRARY VOTING TICKET.
This coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can x:
cast fur any institution competing for the beautiful Library
when prope rly filled out signed and returned to this office.
Name of Institution
" T. II. Dwver.
B. P. Smith. 5
Name of Vcter
CHICKASHA DAILY HXTRFSS.
Of the future has brought many a man to grief.
Insurance is one of the things you cannot afford
to put off. It is a necessaay investment and a
sale one in the companies we represent. We
place insurance for you in tlie most reliable and
substantial companies paying losses promptly.
With the protection of a policy from our agency
you can save a lot of summer worry.
Dwy 'er & Smith
Otlice in Citizens Loan and Trust Company building rear of
Citizens National Bank.
ON THE MARKET
? Nk it. t.uH fe.. ;u l.i. J.". Wi JLW. J.i
riATri niirvurA v
a RESTAURANT. " 1
311 Chickasha Averrue.
a REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS U
Fveiythiug iu Short Ordeis the Market Affords.
We Have the Best Coffee
Z. L. MCFARLAND.
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iiibscribo for fiie Eiiis
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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/m1/3/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.