The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 83, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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The Chickasha Daily Express
Chickasha Indian Territory Thursday March 27 1902. KMWiff
TRY AN AD IN OUR WANT COLUMN. WE REACH THE PEOPLE. IT WILL PAY YCU
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Our stock of si!k sringh:
mr tissue Zephyr
undies Ootton Foulards
nen Shades trill Ik worn
The most extensive line of silks we ha'.
ever shown in Tud. a China Mori' Fnncv Will! Bi
iSilk and Satin Poniards. Remember cur Special Offer;
W Guaranteed Tufiita ... -i.' . u
Failed to Get Ileo?:iition in
but he will not antagonize t) that if
sT;nt where he does not like he
Boundary Lines Changed 1
tral and Soulhe
in the Khea
iind Moss was
ae consul g(
i hour mentioned
oofea and his family
pds were at lanob
rt.y noticed that the
jtit and upon going
covered that it was
ouse and that the
a imuipdi kUly sound-
lick work with the
hours and otatrs
)U3ebold goods were
thoir euverware the
twenty years and as
5 A AS
Representative .Moon was also dis
niipointt d in not securing recogni-
! The military bill is cxp
cution and who i
him in this city
This bride was U
ker of Plattsbui
tfjn fire niv
anted for b
fire attracted quite a crowd
:ated a wonderful blaze
loss On the building is j ut
Bridges at $1000. with in
e of ft too. Mr. Bridges
blowing at toe time for it tnere
bad been near-by property would
I have been destroyed. As it was
I only prompt and energetic act on
saved tbo house just east of tbe
committee on Friday
his head for an instant no doubt . )f whieh ls aividing the northern
he Jwould have been killd. Mis. J judicial district into two judicial
Moran wns taken to the office of districts of which the Creek and
vardi. in attempting to eten on ' . . o 1
s to be 'horning building.
elson who is now under ar
at St. Joseph Mo. Nelson
All Confederates and sods of
La it nigut as
switchman in th
represented to her that he Confederates are urgently request-
was a wealthy horseman and Le'edto meet at the mayor's office in
Hie footboard of the engine while
it was in motion missed his foot
ing was caught by the cars
r dragged for quite a distance.
! dressed and where he is now rest- one. Marshal Bennett today in
1 ing easy with good chances fcr ; formed the Oklahoman oorreapon-
bie recovery. dent that ho is opposed to the bill
desired to take her to his big stock
farm in the east. To accomodate
hiui she Bold her home worth
53000 for half this sum and en-
trusted the money with him.
the town of Chichasha on Satur-
day the 29lh of March 1902 at
10 o'clock sharp. G Q Buchanan
Com. Joe Shelby canip 975
U: C. V.
A Fine Rain and Everybody is Happy and so is
The Big Cash Store
Because we have the largest cleanest and cheapest stock of Up-t
Spring and Summer Goods in Chickasha.
Our stock of all the latest novelties in ladies wash fabric V We have the largest and most select stock of embrcl
surpasses anything that has ever been brought to the
town and they are cheap.
ies and laces we have
all over embroidery 2S
bought. A beautiful lino of
ts per yard.
3 and childrens clothing and furnishing goods. We are strictly "in the swim"
will defy competition. Give us a call ai d we will SHOW YOU. .
t L3ast is the old reliable Hamilton-Brown shoes for men women and child
They are the bast shoes made and every pair GUARANTEED.
THE BIG CASH STOR
H i -V S I n r .
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Ball, H. L. The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 83, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1902, newspaper, March 27, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732370/m1/1/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.