The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 75, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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KEEP STANDARD MOVING.
O-JM .'' J0e JMf ' " ?f " .V i":." ? i ..
We will have our entire stock of Carpets
Rugs Matting and Draperies on sale at the
special prices quoted below. These prices
include the LINING MAKING and LAYING
of the carpets. It is the time of year for a
new floor covering and we have the larg-
est assortment at the best prices showed
in Chickasha this season -:- -:- -:- -:-
Splendid Granite Ingrain per .yard . 321c
Heavy Union Ingrain "per yard".. 48c
Heavy Wool Ingrain; per yard. '. "yr .9c
Extra Super "all Vool Ingrain per yard'. '. T2.C
Extra Brussels big line of patterns per yard . . . "T"fc
Fine Velvets beautiful designs per yard ...... . QQc
Axministers in all the new effects per yard . . .31-18
9x12 Ingrain' Uugs .
9x12 Wie Ingrain Rugs . . . ; . . . . . . .
12x15 Wool Ingrain Rugs. .
0x12 Kalga Rugs all wool . . ! . . k '. '. . .
12x15 Kalga Rugs all wool . . . . . . . ...
9x12 Brussels Ruga
9x12 Velvet Rugs ..... . . . ...
9x12 Ax minister Rugs . .
Good China Mattings pquare yard ....
Heavy China Mattings per yard ... ." . ...
Beautiful Japanese Matting pcr.yard . . .
Plain whit- inlaid Linen warp Matting per yd.
Wo have a beautiful line of lace curtain?
Portiers and Couch coversat speciarprice?
during this sale. Remember we make lay
and line all carpets without extra charg' .
AND IF YOU HAVEN'T ALL THE MOSEY YOUR CREDIT IS BOH
Attora.r Uanrml of Mhmuri tllM Uue
Warranto Prooeclln.a in the
Jefforson City Mo.. March St. At-
torney General Hadley Wednesday
filed In the Supreme otmrt an aplea.
lion for a writ of quo warranto for
trio purpose of ousting the Standard
OU company' the Republic. 01H com-
pany and the Waters-Pierce Oil com-
pany of their franchises for dolnp
business In Missouri. The euprem
court issued the writ and made It re-
turnable to the court In banc on April
11. The application charges the com-
pany with bfclng in comUiVaUon tc
control prices and the supply of oil
in the state. Recently the attorney
general InHtltuted a hearing before
J&dge Marshall of the: Supreni
court to secure evidence on which tc
base such proceedings. The oil com-
panies filed returns declaring the law
to take testimony In advance of
uit to be unconstitutional tmd the
case was set for hearing on March
'iV ' ' " ' '"
Attorney General Hartley claims
that publicity given on account of
that proceeding has brought letters
to him giving information he desired
with which to begin proceedings and
he. Instituted them direct in the su-
preme court 'The proceedings before
Judge Marshall will now be rfrojfsil.
i 1 .
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For Salt: Seven oo un'lcb
cows i jersey male; a No 4 Sharp-
less cream separator 30 gallon box
churn on my plac6 miles west
of town Rural Route No. 2. Chas.
V Madam Stella Godwin a gradu-
ate of the Des Moines Iowa Dress
making school.hasopened up adrefs
making tarior mi IVnn. Ave.
'Pa'.isfaclim.i Ritji.ranft;. 71 100
Stravd or stolen one sorrel
horse 14 if: hands high weight
S70 lbs. Harness and saddle
marks branded T .4 (combined) on
left shoulder and shod. ' Will pay
?5. for return at 521 South 6th
Street. V.:C. Cooper. 7275
NOTICE OF SALE. I
In the United StatesCourtin and
for the Southern District of the In-
dian Territory at Chickasha.
In the matter of Pieratt Eros'.
M. R. Pieratt and W. I. Pieratt
Notice is hereby given that I W.
II. Thomson Trustee in above
'styled cause by virtue of an order
made by the Honorable R. F.
ScofTern Referee in Bankruptcy
on the 15th day of March A. D.
1905 shall on the 11th day ofApiil
letwee.ii the hours of 9 o'clock a.
m. and 3 o'clock p. m. at the Court
Housv! door in the city of Chicka-
sha in the Southern District of the
Indian Territory proceed to sell
ami sell for cash to the highest
bidder the following described real
estate and premises situated and
lying in the city of Chickasha in
the Southern District of the Indian
Territory to-wit: Lots numbers
one (1) and two (2) in Block
number One hundred eleven (111)
according to the official plat and
ma p of the city of Chickasha.
' Witness my hand this the 18th
day of March. A. D. 1905.
W. H. Thomas.
Wanted: A girl lor general
housework good wages and per-
manent place. Mrs. I. H Hatned
95 Eighth Street. tf
All kinds of scavenger work done
on snort notice. Leave your order
at Kemp's furnituresiore. tf
1. ft. Boniritf .
Don't fail to see the most lavish
feast of scenery in the world ope; a
house Tuesday :ii!fl Wednesday
April 4-5 by i)il- Coop'es Motive
Picture G. 72-75
A .fun her exientioh of time un-
til Friday March 3 1st will be
granted property owners w iio have
failed to list their property for tax-
ation. It is the duty of every
property owner living in. the city
to go to the office of the assessor
and list their property. If this is
neglected a fine of 50 cents" will be
charged against the party. Attend
to this at once and save monev. No
further extension will be granted.
J. II. Jkffkies Asscsor. 71-76
Letters of administration on the
estate of Annie Lannam deceased
were granted to the undersigned
dated the 3rd day of March 1905
by the clerk of the United States
Court within and for the Southern
District of the Indian Territory.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them properly authenticated for
allowance to the administrator
within one year after the date of
said letter are they may be pre-
cluded from auy benefit from said
estate and if such claims be not
exhibited within two years from
date of said letters they shall be
forever barred and precluded from
any benefit of said estate.
Administrator of the estate of
Annie Launam deceased.
Chickasha I. T. March 30. 1905.
St. Ptrhnr Cnrrfifimiflent Permit to
Think PrNtrfrnt Rno4rlt M Mtxinv
; in the KuRiaf-.l0finene A.Tttir. -
St Petersburg; taarch Thertj
was no further peace news Thursday
All eyes are centered on V.'-'shington
and Paris where rtereicpnie'iii are an-
ticipated. The Wal..lugton '. patches
are scanned with especial '-igerness.
The reports of President rtwsevelt's
conference with Minister Tal .ihira and
Aiiibas?U(U)r Juscrand fcnd r. eck von
Siernhurg in spite of official denials
tre believed In diplomatic circles here
to relate to thi opening of nef -rtiations.
The fortflgn office continues to main-
tain that RuMa has.taUen no official
step which certainly is literclly tru'v
There Is an important admission how.
t ier that Ambassador Jnsserand upon
Mj rwn rcf pcnsibility niay have given
prsMn Roosevelt the French idea
ef P.!iaia"s rsition. The French em-!r-s-v
insists that It has no knowledge
of what moveif any has been made.
The attitude of all parties concerned
however is only regarded as natural
at such a delicate stage when the ne
gotlaiions have Cot actually begun.
If Special priceg on floor coverings Lace cur-j
o is complete and we will save you money.
u If you Iiove riot tlie ready cosh
I try our popular Installment Plan
II Sigmon Furniture & Carpet Company
M The House Furnishers 319 and 32 r Chickasha Ave
tsj p r! ""i ""J-": sr;ii'
A I . I J. I ...III M
Chickasha Itid. Ter. 1
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Railroad Time Tables.
NORTH BOUND. DAILY.
Arrivea 2:55 nn. Departs 8:00 a.m.
...' r " 6:10 '
" 11:60 "
8:10 p. m.
6:00 a. m.
WOULD HELP THE GOVERNMENT
T. i. Cattlrmcn Ka1r and Willin to Aid
. ' In tbn llrf Trut InvMtl-
El Paso (Tfi. March 3U-The'foI-lowlnR
statement ; with ' reference to
the resolution of Texas cattlemen to
give all possible evidenc In the inves-
tigation of the eo-called beef trust
was issued by President W. V.
Turney of the Interstate Cattle Grow-
"Ntnty-nlne per cent of the cattle
growers af the country believe there
is an illegal combination having for
its purpose the stifling of competi-
tion and the controllng of 98 per cent
of the cattle shipped 'to the six prreat
slaughtering markets Chlcapo Kansfg
City St Louis Fort Worth Omaha
and Los Angeles and they are re.dy to
help the government and will help It
all they can to break up this monster.
U can be done and the cattlemen will
OPPOSED TO INTERFERENCE.
G-nnan Fnrlan Offlr Praton Thnt HitnaU
an.l JflitNit hnnld H.ttl Thlr
Berlin .March 31. -The susgestlon
that an International congress might
bo called to arrange the Russo-Japanese
terms of peace finds no favor at
the foreign office here where a full
settlement between the belligerent
without... th Interference of .. other
powers la much preferred. An Inter-
national congress would mean a de-
rangement of the present equilibrium
of interests because those undertaking
to settle peace would seeh advantages
Tor themselves as a proper brokerage
on the transaction. The " strongest
obstacle against peace appears to be
the influence of the Russian military
body AhlcU still stands resolutely fw
a continuance of the war.
Dola? In Standard Oil Suit.
Topelta Kan. March 31. The at-
torneys for the 8tnndard OH company
did not file their answer In the su-
preme court to the case brought on th
relations of the attorney general to
oust the company from tho state.
Thursday was the last day In which the
Standard could answer according to
the time set by the court when the
original . petition was filed but by
agreement with Attorney General Cole-
man the time was extended. '
.... 4:30 p. m.
' 1:30 a.m.
1.23 p. m.
Arrives 2:45 p. iu.
Local Kreitrht .
. (Except Sunday.;
Local Freight arrives
Arrives 1:25 a. m.
12:68 p. ra.
" 4:10 p. m.
Departs 8:00 a. m.
Except Sundays .
LA WTO P LINK
arrives 11.25 a m. daily.
local freight arrivea 5:00 p. m. Monday Wed-
nesdays and Fridays
departa 5:20 p. m. daily.
local freight 6:30 . m. Tuesdays Thursdays
' .i and Saturdays.
LINDSAY MNB 1
mixed train departs 7:20 a. m. except Sunday
" arrives U:20 " '
" ' MANGI'M LINE . f
arrives 11:25 a. daily. '
local freight arrives 4:30 p. m. Tuesdays.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. i
departs 6:20 p. m. daily.
local .freight departs 7:00 a. m. Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays. y
; '". FRISCO TIME TABLE. i
St. Louis and Kansas
City pjissener leaves
Chickasha at 3:31 p. m.
2:15 p. m.
413 Quanfth Pass leaves Chic Kasha
473 Mixed due Chickasha
.10:10 fc. m.
WASHITA VAU.EY LOUCE
-t NO. 4X
Knip-hts of Pythi
vr ery Monday nig 'i4
hias meets ev-
in the Caatle
itt ifUire. Visiiinir brothers cor
v imi a rm n t i r.
Keeper ol Records and Seals
NO. 79. A. F. A. M.
Rru tar meeting Thura
day niKht on or be
E. S. BUilNEY
R. F. SCOFFEKN.
ChickaKha Lod:e No. S2.
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN.
me'ts every Thursday night in new A. O. U.
W. Hall." All members and vlpitintf brothers in-
vited. J. S. TATMAN Reeurder; J. E. ENTEK-
K1NE M. W.
CHICKASHA CHAITER NO. 17.
$ . K. A. M.
: ; meeu on the Fi-ond and fourth Mon-
rs. . . days of each month.
;7 'ill R. STEPHENS.
-i H. P.
r R. F. SCOFFERN. Secretary
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
meet every Fridiy night at A. O. U. W. Halt
Visitinir members cordially invited to attend.
JOHN ITZEN Consul; J. S. TATMAN. Clerk;
Knights of Columbus meet each second and
fourth Tuesday at A. O. V. W. Hall. A G.
FISHER G. K.
NO. 28 I. O. O. F.
meets Tuesday night.
H. B. BUKT N. G.
A. HAIGI1T. SecraUry.
meeta every Saturday niht at g o'clock at the A.
O. U. W. Hall. JAMES T. VAUGHAN Presi-
dent; G. W. llUKGiS. Secretary.
JOE SHELBY CAMP 976 U. C. V.
will meet on Saturday of each week at 1 o'clock
p. m. All veterans are cordially invited to attend
G. G. BUCHANAN.Oommander; T. J. GOSrf.Ajt.
" ' K. T. meets on tn HrstMon.
vday night of each month.
' R. STEPH3N3
R. F. SCOFFERN.
: . lvec.'
Will Nut On to Vtah.
Washington March 31. Senator
BurrowB chairman of the committee
on privileges and elections which In-
vestigated the charges against Senator
Heed Smoot disposed of the story that
the committee would visit Utah daring
the summer to take additional testi-
mony In the case." The senator said
that he did not Intend to leave his
front porch In Kalamazoo Mich.' all
summer. . j- '
Chas. A. Stevens & Pros.
Chicago New spring Sim-
pies just received by Miss
Blanche Johnston Agent.
Corner of 5 th & Idaho.. Phone 48.
Chickasaw Tnmt Co.
8:30 to 12; 1 to
Collea-e Building Iturned.
Newark O. March 31. Barney Sci-
ence hall at Denison university at
Granville has been destroyed by Are.
Ltws $100000. The scientific applian-
ces In ths hall were costly and In-
cluded the most delicate measuring
instruments known to science.
A. S. Riddle M. D Ref. D.
Ey.Ear Nose Throat.
' fl ttorney-A t-I jO. w
Chickasha I. T.
Office in - Sayer Building
t3 R'- '6 '-35 '-5 'fc -3 v i 9 .
H. DWYER B. P SMITH
-" - - lf
Nothing succeeds like Success. Therefore when you are
placing your insurance be careful to place it with an "up-to-date'
' agency that has the companies and can give you what
you pay for namely. Protection. Don't wait until you have
a Fire to find this to be too true but act ou it at once and
place your INSURANCE with us. If in need of a Bond at
any time drop in and see us we can make it for you and save
you the etnbarrasinent or asking your friends to execute it.
We make Loans ou Real Estate.
DWYER & SMITH
O.Tice in Citizens Loan and Trust Company building rear of
. Citizens National Bank.
s". r. nr. v - t. ?r or. a- sr. sr. : c. r. tr-. 4? ii
fe C tfc v m (k a-. v
J New Undertaking Parlors
Undertaker and Embalmer
ALL CALLS NIGHT OR DAY
PROMPTLY ATTENDED .
l ALL WORK GUARANTEED. U
first class. New Hearse and everything up-to-date.
Residence Phone 413. Office Phone
236. Corner of 2nd St. and Chickasha Av.
fj G. W. Charleville
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WHY PAY BENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN YOUR HOME .
I will sell the little cottage and three lots on the corner of Iowa
and Washita or Sixth Street for Ur sum of $2500 and will give
time oa half of the purchase money if desired. This property is
very desirable being centrally located on the north side of a street
and on a hundred foot street close to churches school and the nev
library has fruit and shade trees a good cistern and filter alsogood
well water. The house was built to live in and not to sell or rent
so was well put np. The property is a splendid investment if not
wanted to live in as it always rents well is never vacant and the
property will certainly advance in price very rapidly when you get
statehood. If you desire to make a cash offer for the place see Mr.
Ed. F. Johns of the Citizens National Bank. If you want this or
any of the other eleven lots I own there in that block write rae at
No. 49reast 2nd St. Pomona Cal. Now is your time to buy be-
fore the advance in the price of property for it certainly vill advance
in a very short time and will more than double in value after you get
statehood. If you have confidence in Chickasha and want to get in
on the ground floor make your offer at once for the above price is
subject to withdrawal atanytime without any notice A. B Snow
Bath and Sample Room
Three Story Brick
n o r a eu
jj Z. L. McFarland Proprietor....
Regular Meals 25 Cents
Lunch Counter always open
311 Chickasha Avenue
The Chickasha Daily Express.......
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