The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 75, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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Chickasha Indian Territory Friday Evening March 31 1905
House and Lots Cheap. I
jf Two fine 25 foot lots northwest corner
j with four room house close in. Lots are . S
money ana the house goes
yov want a bargain this is your opportunity.
Price For a Quick Sale - - - $750 Cash j
Wells Bohart and Leech j
PHONE 230 I
REAL ESTATE RENTING AND LOANS. $
BEGINS THE SEASON WITH MANY
IMPROVEMENTS. NEW MA-
SIXTH MONTH SCHOOL REPORT i
HAS CAPACITY 40 TONS A DAT
let Cream Department Started today.
Will Make Delivery Tomorrow i
ft D. D. Saver C
Bank of Commerce
C. T. Ekwin The Crystal Ice Company which
Cashier i is one of Chickasha' s largest rnanu-
7 c i -t.-.j..
begun operations and as soon as
Old Sol begins to hand down a
fe "hot ones'" will be running in
full blast. The plant represents
Superintendent Staley GWta Interesting
Com pur a'ive StatiatiO for
the Schools i
Supt. Staley has made his report
for the month of March the sixth
mouth of the school year. In it
he gives the average daily attend
ance in the various grades and also
the figures for the corresponding
month last. An increase of 104
over the daily attendance for the
same month last year is shown.
These figure! tend to cpnfirm the
opinion that there are more people
in Chickasha today than ever be-
fore. Mr. Staley 's report follows:
ER W IN.
J DIRECTORS: j. w. bAun. geo. w. i
4 ADAM- C. L. GREER DUVAIX BU
RE D. D
an investment of $50000 and is a.
iSi complete and up to date as capital
I j and skill can make. It h.is a ca-
during the busy summer months
employs twenty men in the ice de-
INSURANCE EEE p- - SAYER AT BAN1C OF C0MWRCE t partment and four men in the ice
Ml through the winter tour or
Your Business Solicited
rmn nn Ir7nf I0 mniflllin' Manchuria and Korea but will five nieu have been kept employed.
rrUH r 111 l IvliW Wll I swarm over an(1 driTe mt the Ru- making repairs putting in new
iLHn llLLIuiUuO Ul lUvIlill 1 'ans from Siberia. (machinery and getting things
Prince Meatchersky Denounces Pas-
Ural Address by Head of Greek
Church At St. Petersburg.
IS A UOST DAN6ER0US UTTERANCE.
ramose Rawlaa Author Daelara the Bar-
tons Wu Appeal t ! PwitBU to
Tear Oat from Haul All KturoBMa
failure and fat Taalr Country back to
Caadltlaae at Middle Afea.
St. Petersburg. March 31. lu view
. 'shaped up for t.ie new
1 in v ca mua 1 c bunn mmi ca .
j Among tne new machinery mstan-
"J0" j ed is the compressed air apparatus
I for lifting water from the wells.
Intaretata Cmawf. Coma
TCaatara Llnva to Appear I
an May 14.
Washington. March 31. The inter- The old troublesome pumps have
tate commerce commission has Issued lx-en cast aside. Mr. Brown the
orders Instituting an Investigation In . '
... . . ..manager is very much pleased
the matter of rates on corn product 61 '
from Missouri river pointa to points in With the new system. Water is
Louisiana Texas. Washington Ore-; lifted from two wells oiie 63 feet
gtm and California The roads j In-; d and the otuer 250 feet deep
volved are the Santa Fe Rock Island; r . J r
'Frisco. Missouri Kansaa & Texas ! A solid three inch stream is poured
Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain Kan-i over the condensers all the time.
Vlew 1 f.as City Southern and Burlington and ; . 1.. .1 ...o.. r ... ;
Ot the pwsant agitation throughout fhfv arp TpnuiTA . fltp answers hv! "r-"-"" .j v..
the country aome of the newstpaixr-rs are
seriously alarmed at the effect of the
recont pastoral address of the Metrt
nolltan of SU Petersburg. M. Antouius
as being a direct lncSUtnent to the
ignorant peasants to begin a war of
extermination agalnBt the entire edu-
cated class and the papers are demand-
ing that the metropolitan and the holy
synod whose mouthpiece it is as-
sumed Antoni.is was take Imme-
diate measures to counteract the ef-
fect of his statements. Prince Mest-
chereky editor of the Grashdanin de-
nounces the sermon as the most dan-
gerous utterance of the century and
pictures the Inevitable impression
produced on the Ignorant religious-
minded ieasants of a damnation from
the altar of the "Intellectual" as be-
ing the foes of Russia "bloody wolves
and followers tt the anti-Christ of the
west who would destroy holy tern-
pies jilacp sacred bones In anatomical
museums and wesa the people from
their chance of enterics the kingdom
M. OnereshkovsV:! the famous Rus-
sian fiuttw. declares that to call on
the faithful to fl?ht with the cross
to the last drop of their blood for
the salvation of Russia as the home of
Ohrlst and to cut off the rotten branch
Is nothing short of a tocsin for a re-
ligious uprising an appeal to the
most fanatical and the most un-
controllable of human passions.
"Th fire once crted" he says
"would produce a world of historic con-
flagrations which neither the govern-
ment nor the Intellectual can stop."
In effect he affirms that Antonius'
iddress was an appeal to the peasants
to tear out from Russia all European
culture and put the country back to the
state In which it was In the middle
ags and from that standpoint It was f
more radical than the doctrines of the
most radical revolutionaries.
The metropolitan Antonius Issued his
remarkable pastoral address March 20
arraigning the Russia of to-day for
vanity frivolity dissipation and lmpt-
' ety the Just punishment of which hs
Anrll 20 1:105 and to aunear in Chica-'ineXtiaustlDie.
go on May 8 1905. A new 25-horse power automa
tic engine has also been installed.
It drives the new 100-light dynamo
crete floors have displaced the old
Trt Mnf Oftirrtna; Train Into Kao.
Abilene Kan. March 31. The li
est train of education for the farm- aiuj aiso the brine agitators.
ers is to be sent Dy a creamery rom-
nanv which does a wide business in
Kansaa. It will send a special train ! wooden floors throughout
from St. Joseph to Grand Island Neb.
April 10. stopping at every station.
Expert butter makers will give Illus-
trated addresses to the farmers along
the route. Th train will be followed
by others In Kansas.
MAYOR BQCHER IN THE CITY.
High School . . 58
6th Grade .... 35 .
4th " . . . . .31 I
3rd " . . . . 33 i
2nd 38 )
1st 19 f
Total W. Building 244
7th Grade . .
. .... 33
. ... .31'
. . . . ... 31 .
. . ... 27 ;-
. . . ...35?
. . . . . 44
7th Grade .... 23 I
6th " 33-
5th 11 . . . . . 40 . .
4th " 34
3rd " . . . . ; 31
2nd " . . ... 34
1st " . . . . . 57
ISt " 29 ;..
Total. S. Building. 251 5
" Negro " (col) 85
Grand Total 817
Total Enrollment 1367
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Groat Responsibility Hosts.....
on the man who neglects his fire insurance. Greater in fact
than any right minded man cares to assume when he thinks
of it. If you have forgotten your insurance permit us to
remind you of it. As a sensib'e man you will thank us for
the suggestion and order us at once to - -' - -
II WRITE YOU A POLICY
Chickasaw Trust Co. Bank
THE FAMOUS MADAM 'ZORA BEGAN E0ILGI1THE DERRICK
Unfolds the Secrets of Your Past and
WAS OUT FOR THE GOLO
Thief Entered Dr. Feilera Office Car-
ried off S20 Worth of Gold.
Chickasha Gas & Oil Co. is Getting
Ready for Busineaa.
The Chickasha Gas & Oil Co.
Many Life Readers have come expect to begin drilling next Tues-
and gone but if vou have never day force of eight men are
visited Madam Zora you have at work sctting up the drilling ma-
missed the best opportunity you chinery Forty vagon j ds of
will ever get to consult the truest machinery have been unloaded
test medium and card reader on Werkmen began erecting the
earth. Madam is known from big derrick today. Thehigh winds
Texas to Canada m every town haye cauSed SQme dday jn
and city worth mentioning as the work The scene of operation is
most wonderful clarivoyant on the ' t f T avertv . The
road; she does no slight of-hand WQrk is tQ be pushed fls rapjdy as
Shawnee Man is Impressed
Proapecls ol Chickaaba.
Hon. C. J. Bocher irayor
Shawnee was in the city today on
personal business. He is an old
time Arkansas friend of Judge
Beavers and John McClore.
Mr. Bocher is serving his second
term as mayor of Shiwnee and is a
very popular man in his home
town. He is engag?d m the
mercantile busine-s. In an inter-
view with the Express reporter
The largest pieces of mechanism
in the plant are the two giant ice
making machines each having a
capacity of 20 tons per day
Mr. Brown has already begun
making shipments. A car of ice
was shipped to Rush Springs today
With (he and one will be sent to Lindsay
1 Saturday and the first of next week
0 a car will go to Marlow. A large
quantity is supplied to the Rock
Island daily for the purpose of
iceing refrigerator cars.
Tne ice cream department of the
factory was started today and to-
morrow the delicious product will
be delivered to customers. Pure
cream from Dan Garland's dairy is
used. Dan has just purchased 50
more Jersey cows to supply the
factory. This department which
was inaugurated last season prov
he stated that Shawnee was push
ing forward rapidly The city ed successfu andthe company
now claims a population o bwui
18000 people. Street paving is
the latest enterprsie undertaken.
Six streets will be paved by the
middle of April. Brick and as-
phalt are being used.
"You have every indication of a
remarkable own in Chickasha"
said the mayor "and as soon as
farm lands can be bought and sold
here your populatiou will te
slid was the the humiliation or the double-..
Appealln to Thulr lisnornc.
Moghilev Russia March 21. Proc-
lamations have been scattered here
calling on the people to support the
hows to supply all their old and
mmy new customers this season.
DEATH OF MRS. HORNER
Word has been received here
from Gainesville Tex. announc-
ing the death of Mrs. J. A. Hor-
ner who recently underwent a sur-
gical operation in that city. Mrs.
Horner stood the operation well
and for some days appeared to be
netting along nicely lnis was
woik but tells your ale trom in
fa icv as ue'l as if she had known
Yesterday while Dr. Fesler was you alwajs and if she fails to tell
at dinner an unknown party visit- tin- past she asks no fee for the
his office over the First National' f mure. She gives names of peo- (By Observer)
Bank and left before the Doctor's 1 pie y. u are ..-specially interested in We have observed-
return carrying with him about 1 nm your whole family just two or That it pays to be honest.
S20 worth of eoldasa souvenir of ; tl ree i.s a test. She tells you yoa ' That the way of the trau.'gres-
his visit. Part of it was made up' cccup'tion talent and gifts. Any- sor is hard.
into dental work ready to go out 1 thing you v'U to know about- lhat some men work bard to
and was worth much more than love marriage travels speculation 'get a living without work. .
the intrinsic value of the metal i change s lawsui.s friends and rela- That all men believe in work
1 r . Reunites the separated but not all believe in working.
The gentleman may have found tives- .eunue mc . ocpiicu s.
that it suited the particular needs .brings Dae your tocan. e- r v r-r- -of
his mouth. j moves evil influences describes to living in the sweat of the other
H. E. Price who has his office J ou UIC ullc u uvc auu lu " .
nearby noticed a stranger come up 1 y wil1 marr-- " you are worn-
the stairs at noon. The fellow' about business and don't know
peere l into his office and - other; wn to do go and ask Madam
rooms and finally went into Dr. j Zora she is recognized by the peo-
Fesler's office. Thinking he had and press as perfectly reliable
gone to consult the doctor Mr.1 in all her predictions. .She finds
Price paid no particular attention things that are lost or slolen and
to him. Later revelations left the' traces thieves and unlawful char-
impression that the mysterious 'alters by clairvoyance. From 2
.. t riirt.r nfih to 4 P. m. she will answer une ltn-
Banner Camp of Modern Wood- the last report received by frknus
mpn of Chickasha lost the banner here. The news of her death
for which it was working by a came therefore as a great shock.
i(r..f.nn aecond Moneo- narrow tnarpin. The bouta Mc Mrs. nomer naa a nost 01 warm
"Ol III W1UI w vui-i-- - " iaja.w.- O
Han yoie. the Japanese belns described 'jestcr t.anp beat them by four friends here and the sympathy of
The boys say they are he community will go out to Mr.
solves-in JLsla Mie; will not only pes- already prepared for another fight. Horner in his great loss. '
jportant question free of charge.. If
I you are in earnest call and get your
free answer. Her palace is open
daily from 9 a. m. to 9 p.m. First
! door north of Bank of Commerce.
That there can be no such a
thing as a dishonest opinion
That a dishonest business man
sometimes gets a reputation for
That the loudest talker does not
express the greatest ideas.
That the chief end of man is the
end that has the head on.
That a harmless liar is one
whose lies are large enough not to
pass for truth.
That a great many men should
apply to the court to change their
name to "Adam Failure."
dr. w. l. peters
physician and surgeon
I Collector Thompson sold for
taxes the folio .vinjj property b;-
j longing to negroes across the rail-
road yesterday: T. W. Harde-
' man's place" bought by R. M.
.Cochran; Will Cloud's place
bought by W. C. Mathews. About
20 of the negroes have paid their
I taxes while four or five more have
not paid. They claim that
property is not taxable.
An Entertainment Social will be
given this evening at the "Baptist
Mission" Eighth Street Frisco
Addition. A program will be given
after which a social. Everybody
welcomed and a cordial invitation
extended to the people of F'risco
Addition. Come out and help us
enjoy the evening Committee.
C. M. Fechheimer left this after-
their noon for Kansas City on a business
Wi IB il ESI
All 15 II HE 1
I Three room frame house on stone foundation lot 1'5xlij5 ft f'JOO on
1 the following terms: $300 cash balance $15.00 per month
Public Stenographer and Notary Public in office at all times J
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