Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 97, Ed. 1 Friday, April 24, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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Chickcisha Indian Territory Friday April 24. 1903.
DAILY KXPHKS JiJn 07
An Kra of AdvimcM'inonl and Pi-oress for Chickasha is at Hand. The Sew Council has begun Work. Citizens give them Your Support.
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NEW UNDER MUSLINS !
This is the Sams Good
Kind Yotf Have Bought
Before From Us. .
Every Garment is tho Correctly Cut
Kind that Always Fit and Please the
Wearer. Wo have never shown tho
line so complete as you'll iind in tLis
Pretty match suits trimmed in
Embroidery. Medallions and Piatt Yal.
Laces bhown and sold- separately or
THE WORKMANSHIP IS GOOD
and tho price sometimes a little less
than you can buy materials and do
your own makinr.
Wb pries the Lino frcm -3c
to 8-1 .00 per Garment
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TTsos only Distilled Water Pure Fruit
Juices and Cream that wo make
Ourselves. Our Three Specialties are
FRUIT SUNDAES. LIMADE. WEST SIDE.
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V J S :tpi'.v Kvi'Lt in Tins J t y
i.'.oi i.i' t nt VA licuo.
of I l.i- j.rfU'rst ho'i wfI-
t k jt ivi'm in Uhickn'-liik
I 1...-S iV.yli'' wh'-ii
iluiuiii . . ;m ' ho tliurmiiij. aiiii
u-JtT.T' -.1 ii.'u;;!i!T of Mr. and Mrs.
II. (I. Viui'!o V:11 Uhili'li ill uwr
rt-i tv. Aim-H James Kvuivtt al
lo Iioiiic cf the i .i iiic'a p.irvutb on
Vm:-!i ii'u-.a nvcr. ui'.
Tii.- ' .iri.iv !inil)' parlors were'
tiuiikvil .it en.' finl wiili it muss of
; jut ru '. nn i 1 1 llowen wiiion
! .ri.U4i;t iiiivi lu.M rtl;ei tin- young
I - .ujii v. f.roo'i in front uf them;
I ii' at v.i v over the t'oors was
im;ri'Hhivv) ceremony was in sweet
aec'i'I with this t.eiitiinfiit.
Xouierou'i useful hik! elegant
wein the tfif'w from loving friends
to the biivli' anl groom who are
new at home to their friends in
ChicUanliH where the best wishes
of a hobt of good friendu in El
Uvno uecou) jinny them. El Iieno
.i with li ier.s ssinl iutvery
' i ( v. ry t;'.:.i!n f-tood
l ... i- . .'nel v.u mi1 'tons.
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di st i n ( ; u ls u i: u vi a Ho us.
Kork- Ij-Li'irt Otliciiils Herald Cora-
iur of Comiinsbioner Steele
ami Colonization Plaus.
Mes-if. K. W . Tuouipsou gen-
eral passenger ;uid ticket agent of
t he tfurk IiIuud at Kudphs City
Mo. .J. S. Mels'ivlly ol Oklahoma
City division pHSHenger aj'ent ol
the Choctiw Ollnhoma & fnlf
ruilroiid Hint K. I Cujlfr of the
general euii jratiou deiniittiient of
the IJ'K'U lhind t Chieago. were
visit ni m in the city yeaterduy and
fi!e:ii(nt cn'iereial the Express of-
(iK-lti -e. '1'he pecUemeii were here m
George Moran Convicted of Com-
plicity in the Murder of
J P. Beemblossom.
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the ir.terrht of the South weut col-
. tiou b::'a ioe3 of the Rock Is-
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E Be Ghickasha Sfe?m CSeaninj end Dya Works.
Ve aro Ltro to do oisr ( h;iuii' in. ! 1. ::. All work !.
neHtly pt-ffehcd. We arc tx-t tuilr. l"t C'utnera ami
C Dycru. All Wurk luiHr;it;:i-. 1.
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IcU-r 111 nil km.l of
flew and Second-Hand Goods.
BABGA1KS THAT CAN
Mi?. Keud'..!' . M"j
; Ktu -iid- I ' i ri ii' i in company with Editor
1. Y.'.-3 ..ml Mteti er.iitlee : call was made upon May-
uiiple f.iiio-vi'! Iy iii In i !r I -" Murphy and President Greer of
...hi who si.rpp.'d i!iiill:i-.fi''oitimercial Club the object
Uftr.fi iuttTi-iit th? te tllieials in
the vii-it uf Couiiui-Siiouer James
V. Mv-e e of the Southwest Colon-
onfjuii.iii luireuu. who will be here
Miiy ii t tupping ia this city from
9a.m. to.'jp 111. Mr. Sieeleisthe
publisher t;i St. Louis of the jour-
(j.il c;il led 'Farming or the Great
SmithweHt." lie wishes to meet
1 he peo.p'e of this city aud com-
munity on tiie day vf his visit and
uddreei them on the proposed
schemes for the colonization of
this section of the country. At
the conftrencH yeGterday it was
agreed to secure the opera house
if possible on that occHsioit and to
iuterest the people in commission-
er Steele s coming and in the plans
for hc development of the "Great
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arc alv.ays ready o: u
lo kuow'in regard to la.:
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d i.ifi ".rt
' ('v ut.-cr t!n .n.!.w5 wi.itc 'he
: I'i'Mi i'ni r.i 4 M i vic.- perfonut-d
' In ll-v. he. ti. 11. IviV made tiiem
: hn:n iiud ttil.'. ihe bii ie wore u
i.e.u! iiai fi'i'iitum of crepe de
. ins rtfiiiture of uppl!iiie and
1 lmn.i liinJ e 1: i n .1 :i lai tjotjuet
'oi Li'ivli-ro.iv.-i. 'i tie jiiis to
their at tct:il.iii!f were it beauti
ful 1 i i 1 to :u!.8 0!ga V. iimili' and
it hu'idsome rutrf lu Mr E:.U-i.
Aftv-r about thirty minutes petit
111 n eei 111 the eiinr at cl ' ions ol
'hi?i' pi-epeut iiivl luokiiij; over the
weiidini preenis the entire party
.vere liiivtu in carnages ta th
Miii si v w here au tltboratu wed-
1 1 1 1 ! 0 i 1 i; c i- h-e.l been prepared un-
er the e'ipa'i'e uirectiou of Mr.
.. L. i:el'inl..iiil. Time the
jsme t-c:'.u'tful t!'Jer etTeets weie
carrtrd out as had been at the
home lhe long table t id with
ovi-r thirty lovers vn Miieentd
.row the Iroiit by palms urns und
poVivd plant?; suspended from the
cuiiiij-jwin ii lniiut.'ful wedding.
Ui-ll secured to the tuble by white
ribtioi. winch reached to each cor-
ner. V. i'h the fcufieia 1! iiht the
be:tu'ulul!y lieeot iltt il tat'le the ell-
trancing music it eeeiue i as if a
pae f 1 vi 111 At.der.ion's f-.ury tales
had been repiviluccd in real l'le.
i ninng ihu progress of supper a
(oust Wiis ."roposed to the bride
ii'd n af.oix'ird to by the KeV. Ur.
li t) and before the elo.-u one to
liio grooiu us proposed auvi 11-
pouiUd to by the lu'V. l.)r. J no.
It wa." nearly eieveu o'clock lieu
1 lie hist rulKM' hud been Served
The Menu hi a ieve;atioii of good
tiiiiigj ui lijjht courses aa follows:
tr r beirua
Vouus Turkey Holland Sauce
CLickcti salad Sitlu-d Wafers
Ycarliug crabs ta shell
ke i -ream Cake ColU'C.
Alter the h.mquel. Mr. and Mrs.
Everett were driven to Ilieir new
inline HKS Sixth Street Mouth.
wlietc thes i!l beat home to their
larue nod devoid circle of friends
and n ijualiit inee:'.
Till. DAND WILL GO.
Cniekasha Musicians Will Accom-
pany the CuHtlarjooga Excur-
tjion Next Sunday.
The Moran case was concluded
at Lawton "Wednesday afternoon
Distric Attorney Horace Speed
closing the argument on behalf of
the prosecution. His argument
was lengthy ind very able The
cene Was very impressive when
the verdict sentencing the defend-
ant to life imorisonment was read.
The story of the crime of George
Moran who was indicted jointly
with Bert Casey aDd Mort Perkins
for the murder of J. P. Peemblos-
soni on August 4. 1901 was brief-
ly told a few days ago. Perkins
has already been convicted and
sentenced to life imprisonment
and Caey recently met a violent
death while hiding from justice.
Moran was tried last October at
Lawton the trial resulting iu a
hung jury. At that trial the de-
fendant's attorneys alter reserv-
ing exceptions to several legal
points presented interposed the
defense of an ''alibi" and proved
by several witnesses v?ho were ac
quainted with Moran that he was
at least 150 miles from the killing
at the time being in the eastern
portion of the Chickasaw nation.
At the recent trial resulting in the
conviction of Moran he was un
able to get his witnesses present
for (he reason that the court lu
Oklahoma has no jurisdiction to
issue process running to Indian
Territory. So the case was tried
without witnesses on the part of
defendant. The defendant's attor-
neys say they have no fears as to
the final outcome of the case and
the freedom of their client
as they have several fatal defects
in the record. Among tbem is a
judicial question variance be-
tween the proof and allegations in
the indictmeut charge of court
etc. The case will be immediately
appealed to the Supreme court.
I he Express was in error a few
days ago in stating that "W. I.
Cruce aud F. E Riddle were rep-
resenting the piosecution. They
are the attorneys for the defen
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H. P. SMITH. President
VV. W. M VH INK V HriJeivt.
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Much tuterest is being manifest-
ed ui thei Koek Islam excursion
to Chattanooga O. T. which will
pais through this city next Sunday
morning leav iug at 9:20. Cbick-
ashu will be represented ou the
trip ati.l the Chickasha band of
sixteen pieces will head the delega
lion. Chattanooga will bereached
at ll!:.'i." and the trip will afford a
fine opportunity to visit a beauti
ful little city and to spend a pleas
ant day in viewing its sight? and
scenes of interest whieh are many.
large Lumber will doubtless
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Citizens National Bank
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la i.ec.itd with J ester. :: 's ;i'i
nouiii eii.eut in the Democrat Mr
.1. L. Keiirtis iinvl Mix Ike.ie pal ion
were united in llMi ri ige last niht
llev. Ciih- eiVe'ia'iii';.
i I lie di.iri.H;.g ;..! Happy trmc
t j vas e'li ! in bite silk intiile richly
! liiuiii'd und she e;t r;vd orange
sf ; i I c.m which were sent her from
''': U.vtinr cousin in California. The
S ! j. t e'lin w a tittired in black and
i iinre wt i e l: o attendants. It was
t iHie of those blessed home wed-
!;d:ii :K whii h savor si iiiw'li of the
5 ' r aUlies of I.Te whe'o mutual love
'! j-Uid eii -r.i.il bent If. social lite i.
'I ; don.o: m-I !:id friend 1'itiigie in
i 1 1 Hl ll I .W-!! t.) flT.T ai'd l; less
V.: .. i:i..n i .' tie. auvt this brief vet
lake advantage of the outiug.
CONOR P.G All ON A L WORK
The Ctngregatioiial church of
Ciiickasbit is now an established
fact tho organiz iliou being effect-
ed Wediiesdaj- evening at a mcet-
iug held at the home of Rev. L. B.
Parker. A temporary meeting
plate will be seemed for the church
and Sunday School services and
work will pushed on the erection
of a good church and parsonage.
1 ho work of the Congregational
church will be located in the
southern part of the city. Rev. M
C. Ilaeeker is the pastor of the
church and will reside in this
from the cheapest American
make to the highest grade
Washburns. You will find our
prices in this line far below the
HALfOM &. OWSLEY
Next to Citizen Bank.
Our Stock of
has arrived. Forty-five patterns
to select from ranging from
10 to 50 Cents
a bolt. Border same price as tide
walls and ceiling. Let us show
you what we have.
ehowhsoh's . pharmaqy.
219 Chlckaeha Ave
We regret we will bo unable to ofler SIR JONATHAN
8EGARS until about April 15th.
src-iS 333 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 f '
1 RELIABLE DRI GOODS
Enough Said When wo mk tb niaenent tha f i;.Mu
merchandise at the right price TIIE BIG CASH STOKE is the
place to epeiul that hard earned Dollar. For 10 days beginning
. .. April 20 jto May 1st -
We will offer some rare values iu various
Beautiful line of Lawns 4c
Fine line Dimity 5c
Regular 10c Ginghams 7Jc
Tho best values in Chickasha in
Lawns and Dimity all colors
ranging from... ...8J to 15c
Beautiful line of Mercerized
Chambray for waisting 25c
Our Mercerized Crepe in all the
new shades 25c
Cold Embroidered Swiss in pas-
tel shade only 25c
Our entire lino of White Mercer-
ized Oxfords on sale only ...25c
Out ready to wear department:
The best heavy Skirt in town $1.50
A beautiful Skirt with 2 satin
bands well made only.... $3 .50
Shirt Waists all kinds and prices
from 35c to $3.00
Our old reliablo Hamilton-Brown
Shoe department is the largest
To whom tnis may concern I
with to start to all Labor Colons
and others that Win Davis has
now taken out a shop card. Will
say in behalf of the. J. B. I. TJ. of
A No. 458 that we most heartily
welcome him in. Mr. Davis is I
believe a good true union man
but owing to some misunderstand-
iuir with certain parties has with-
held his name from our list. We
are always willing to make wrongs
right and will gladly welcome
other non-union shops stores etc
in oar band of busy toilers.
Hoping Chickasha will be the
banner union city of the South
west I am yours fraternally
J. vv .oEEis Cor. I in.
Sect. J. B.I. U. No. 458.
ATTENTION I. O. O. F.
All Odl Fellows including
Chevaliers. Patriarchs and Re-
bekahs. tire requested to assemble
at the I. O. O. F. hall next Sun
day. April t t;iu-. at L o. ui.
Parade will be formed at 2.15 and
march to the M. E. church where
a "criiion will be preached by Rev.
(5. II. Kiy ot o p. in. in accord-
ance w ith i'lie established usage of
Mr.-. II. L. irh e nn 1 sni left
yesicid.iy for lliiiltngtou Kas.i to
visit Mis. Jarboe's parents.
SCOTTISH RITE RE-UNION.
At the Scottish Rite Re-union at
Guthrie this week the new class
composed of forty-five members
was given a banquet and reception
last night. Among the names of
those composing the class are
those of Edwin Thomas Hatten
and James Winston John6ton of
Indian Territory is said to be
furnishing many of the bestreoruits
for this order
The Christiau church .ropcrty
at the corner of Sixth and Iowa is
undergoing some changes. A por-
tion of the lot on the east has been
sold to Vm. Davis who i build
ing a substantial brick residence
which he and his family will oo-
cupy when completed. On the
lots adjoining on the west will be
erected at once a parsonage.
Both buildings will be completed
during the coming spriog.
J. Pescoinbes liasbt'i'u suffering
with a very bad cold for several
days but was ubl to attend
bueuiegss tLia attcrnoou
Come to see us and wo will save you money.
BIG OASH STORE
CHICKASHA I. T. J. G. MAYS. PROP.
0 - BRUSSEL
The new weave of Ingrain
wear like a Brussels and as Cheap as an
Ingrain. We carry this rug in all sizes
colors and patterns.
Be Sure and See the New
House ckauing time is here ami you may
need a new Matting or Rug. Our stock is
complete. Also just received a lot of
PORTIERES & LACE CURTAINS.
Let us frame your Picture. We have the
best line of Mouldings etc. in town. A
pretty Mat and Frame improves any Pic-
ture. Don't forget we sell you anything on
Our Easy Payment Plan.
111 s lis
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