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DR. WYNNE-SPECIALIST. Tlio medical and surgical diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat a special and exclusive practice. Catarrhal diseases of the nose and throat treated. The scientific application of spec tacles to the eye receives my atten tion. Chickasha every other Monday, Ennuire of Dr. XL P. Tve. " Irwin's Photograph Gallery in second story of the new Dcigger'a building is avitablo parlor and museum of pretty things. This studio is turning out , some very tine outside aud interior viwa. The crowd of vehicles covered wagons and all kinds of t radio on the street this morning gave the street a city's appearance. Atty. Hatchinson is very sick and has been for several days. W II Brooks is op from Rash Springs today. The Woodman wired 150.00 to Galveston. Hay Hay Hay Hay Hay At E V Ilollug'sworth by A" W Frederick. Mr and Mrs F 1 Evans of iiearden Ark., has been visaing i ig Co. Mrs Evans Is secretary ,of the Cotton Belt Lumber Co. LOST A pair of gold rimmed spectacles in Tony Hollow on the Fort Sill road. "Finder will be liberally remarded by returning to Dr. It. P. Tyc, Chickasha. Buy Hunter's cream flour at W. W. Home's. Topic for Sunday Sept. 16, '00 The broad way! The narrow way: T B Payne leader, Text Matt. vii. 13 or It. A ' The wide gate: Mrs. Fox, 'i The narrow gate, Mis L Beav ers, 3 The broad way, 1st thoughtless wind: PsalmslO-i Dr Foster, 2 A carnal heart, Rom vii 5 and 0 Barker Kiddle, 3 A wicked life, Dan xil-10, 1 The strait way 1st A difficult way- Matt vii-li R F Brown. 2 An easy way. 1'rov 3 17 Miss Jessie Baker. The end of the ways, 1st the Brood (Era) Miss Fleta Baker. 2nd The Strait (Era) Miss Cross. R RatclitT was in with 4 loads of cotton today. Charley Johnson, Elliott Smith and Lucas Gooch of winters creek 1 -were in with a load of co tton each today. Married At the Methodist par Honnge, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, Mr Charles Watson and Miss Su sie Wilson, both of this city, Ilcv. Cameron officiating. They left on the train to visit friends in Kansas. . BREEZYPQIIIT. The Myosotis Band Enter tained the People of Chickasha. MUSIC AND SINGING. The Only Thing Missing in the Play Was the Man. Recitation and Singing Good. PLAYERS WERE ALL LADIES Rev. Melhvin, of Anadarko, will preach nt the Methodist church tomorrow morning and ni?"ht. - - Every thing New this Season A genuine old fashioned south ern cake walk by real southern darkies. Allen's New Or'.eari Minstrels nider canvas. This is the only Minstrel Com pany in the Uuuited States that appears nnder canvas the interior of which is arranged with a ma tnoth stage and scenery the same as an opera house but of course on a much larger scale. Owing to it I . : : . - p . i. iuv mrgo aeauug capHCiiy oi iur I nni ..!... : i ii i u - ioui nmuu ia luiei- luuusmm ur company is enabled to show for extremely low price of 15 and 23 . thus guaranteeing the largest Minstrel production in the world at the lowest price of admission 15 & 25 cents. f $10 00 Reward will be paid by - A G Stone and Albert Thompson for the return of clothes, shoe, pistol and K P pin missing since hashers llfi t 1 1.' 1 H i l led from town. Jnst arrived car Hunter's cream Bvur at V, W. Home's. The Usual Osculatory and Embrac ing in Play Were Preval- ent in This One. As given by the ladies of the Myosotis Band at the" Court house last uighl fully maintained Ctucka- bha's general reputation in ameteur theatricals and was par excellence The only material thing musing was a man, and while the players who were ail ladies, were always talking of men, and all wanted one, they kept them in the back ground, or in the ante room. Tbe usual osculatory and embracing in plays were in this one, but to the bald headed row it looked insipid and lacking flavor and while it looked pertectly naturla, seemed like lots of sweetness lost, and a sheer waste of raw material. The ladies were a little short in volume of voice, but taken all in alt was very creditable. To mention one is to mention all as being well up in their parts, and the whole performance as good, better, best. Tbe audience was not that sea of facts that ought to meet an affair of the kind, and for such a purioee, but that won't dii courage the laities. They will go on and on The Myosotis Band is a fixture and won't be abandoned. Spend your cash at E V llol lingsworth's. and save money. The OU Mill And Free Toll. The Oil Mill got seven loads of cotton from east of tbe nver to day. The prices paid are above those paid in any town in this section. Ruling prices today are 3 cents in lint and 9 cents ginned with an npward tendency. ' The parade of Allen's New Or leans Minstrels on the street, this forenoon was very fine, and lwre every evidence of being & first class company. Anything you want at E V Hoi- lingsworth's. Phone 91. , Sr. Walter Penquite. Specialist in diseases of theEye Ear, Nose and Throat. With my new and Improved niethoJ of treating chronic trachoma (granu lated lids) cures result in from 10 days to 2 weeks, which formerly required months and years. Treat ment is painless no burning or cauterizing, or scarifying; no con tracting or shaving of lids as re sult of treatment- I am thorough ly equipped to perform all surg ical operations; cataract, strabis mus (cross eyes) end all other operations performed. Myopia, Hypermetropia, Presbyopia, As tigmatism aud all other aneoinal ies of reflection corrected by glasses accurately fitted. Office at residence, corner Washita and Iowa streets, opposite Christian church. Office hours, 9 to 12 a m and i to 5 p m. Phone No. 122. Jnst arrived car Hunter's cream flour at W. W. Home's. Just arrived car Hunter's cream flour at w. W. Home's. Don't Sling mud. Do not lose your head. Talk politics but don 't get mad. Then go to E. Howard drug store ana get a trial bottle of Dr. Culdwells Syrup pepsin. Have you tried that Big K flour at E V Hollingsworth's. By using the Baking Powder named 'Perfect' you will show ap preciation of pure food. Alwavsuue the 'Perfect''. W.W.IIorne. KEPOKT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK NO. 5547. AT CHICKASHA, 1ND. TEB. At Close ofBnslness, Seutemlier 5, 1900. REGOVECES. Lonj and Discount t9, Overdraft, aecured and unsecured. 3 U.S. Bonds to secure circulation.... 12, Premiums on U. H. Bonda Stocks, securities, etc Banking bouse, furniture & Sxtures. 6 Due from approved reserve agents ... Internal-Revenue stamps Checks and other cash Items Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickela and cents LAwrtn, Monet Kknihvi in Bank viz.: Specie ' SJ.SUS 101 Legal-Undur uotcs.... d,&uu.w( 1BI.7S '&U0.00 MS. 93 (SHIM 6,888 (K S.SOH.St 4.16.H5 5S.MI uao.oo 45.(0 9,008. 10 Total HoS.OW.ffi UABUJTIES, Capital stock paid In - tfO.OUO.Uu Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid J.2M.M Due to other National Banks 80. Individual deposits subject to check W.mi W I Demand certificates ofde- .IIOI.1UH.88 poMt S,7W.75 ToTAI. SIS2.8W.0J Indian Temhit-bt, I fuaiKS Countt, t I, C. T. Erwin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tbe best of my knowledge and belief. C. T. KRWIX, Cashier. xi "v Subscribed and sworn t before uie this 1Mb day of September. IUU. I 1 K. D. WKI.BOMNS. Notary Public. Cohhect Attest: B. P. Smlih. 1 , Wm. lnrusn. y Diiectors. ' W. L. Sawyera J HE PORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK NO. 5431. AT CUICKASHA, 1ND TER. At ClcEe of Ensincss, September 5, 1900. . EZSOVECES. Loans and Discounts 3l,o.fcO Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. t.MM.OI U.S. Bonds to secure circulation. . 6 90(10 Premiums on U. 8. Bonds &'.' Bank Inn house, furniture & fixture 1.M4 to Due from National Banks (not re serve Agents) 1,341.711 Due from State Banks and Bankers. 7HS.S7 Due from approved reserve agents.. 9,411.04 Internal Revenue stamps IX0.3I Checks and o her eah items :i.hk Notes of other National Bunks 1 ,575.00 Fractional paper currency, nickels aud rents 45.13 LAWtxt. Money Reserve in Bank, tie: Specie '. i,VH.no I 411 ... ... Lrnul-lenaer notes. . :,H0 uuf '''"' Total... W.K74.85 Capital stock paid in .- t25,00.00 Undivided pro tits, less ei prunes and taxes paid 14S.M Due to Btate Banks and Bankers. J, is) 77 Individual deposits subject to check 3S).863.33 Demand certificates of deposit 20.00 Ttmceenlflcate.sofdcpo-.lt 729.00 Certified checks S6.00 Totai S,74.6S Indian Tehritohy. I COONTY Of PlCEEHH f I. H. 11. Jobuson. Cash'er of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. B. JOHNSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before gXAf. A roe ints uin aay oi neptemoer, iww. , L . on I Bit, Notary Public. Cokkeot Attest: Webb Henilrlx. R. K. Woollen. Jr, K. Bond. 'i Directors. mm For Sale 5 wagons, 0 seta of work harness, 4 10-hand mules. 2 choice work horses, 30 work horpts and cow ponies, enquire Hank of Chickasha. Sporting goods at the Fair. A Powder Mil! Explosion. Removes everything in sight; eo do drastic mineral pills, but both are mighty dangerous. No need to dynamite jour body when Dr. King's new life pills do the work so easily and perfectly. Cnre.8 headache Constipation. Ouly 25 cents at Brown fc Co, , Go to Simpson when you want your buggies and carriages repaired, painted, or new tops orderad. Word comes t j us that our old town's people Jim Sparks and wife, who moved to Alvin, Texas, last year, lost all they had in the big storm, but their uvea. Mrs. N B King was in to shake with de ole man and Joe. to day, and looks much improved in health. Quitclaim deeds, mortises. bills of sale, scale books for sale at this office. Fresh canvased hams at M:Gaiir- hyBros. R. F. SCOFFEUiV, REAL ESTATE, RENTAL, FIRE, LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY (Oflloe In tUr Fair Building.) MORGAN & GRIBI. ittis i Lmolenm ! ! WE WILL SELL THIS WEEK AT SPECIAL PRICES CARPETS-INGRAIN Columbia Granit Ingrain, 30 Model Union Super 35c Extra Union Super.,.. 40c r ;: llaif Wool Union, 45c Extra Super Cotton Chain T 50c Sherman All Wool, 50c Ultra Extra Super, all ; ' Wool, 1080 Ends, :60c Brussclls Ingrain, 36 in wide, all Wool, 75c CARPETS-Brussells, Medium Tapestry, 8 frame, 55c i X Tape6try, 9 frame with bor. 70c XX Tapestry, 10 frame, the ; very best Tap 80c Body Brussells, with liorder ; ... to match, 1.05 ILTON VELVET. We have some very rich patterns in these popular carpets, all with borders to match from $1 to $1.25 AXONY Axminsters Patterns that are exceplionall good and colorings are soft, at 1.10 BEST MOQTJETTE. This line represents the Newest designs and Coloring, very soft and pretty. M ATTINGS. - JUST Stop and I think we can sell you a good joined matting for 1-tc, others ask 20c. A cotton chain matting for 20c. The best grade in straw chain we will sell this week for 32 Jc and the very best cotton chain, Jap anese pattern, at 85c, Call and see our line. INOLEUM-Well this is , Where we shine: , Quality E, 52ic Quality 1), 55c Quality C, 70c Quality 1$, 80c . Quality B, plain cork color, 75c These prices are for the 72 inch width. 144 in. cut1 infr m. il. c -j- higher. REIVTEIVIIJEr THIS WEEK. MORGAN & GRIBI, Hi Ob Hi m m Hi j Hi Hi itii Hi Wanted to "lick the spoon lndianopolia Ind. Nov. 16 '99. Tepsln Syrup Co., Dear sin We have been keep ing house for five years and are never without Drr Caldwells pep sin Syrop. We find nothing, to equal it for stomach troubles and my children like as well as candy. One. night recently my wife was giving a dose to our baby and Nelda (onr little girl 4 years old) cried for some too. Her mamma told her she didu't need it andi then she said: "Can't I lick the spoont" It is so pleasant to take the effects are so good we bate to be RitBout in. uaiaweirs nyrup Pepsin. Yours truly, j Lake d. webthers. j Mgr. Enterprise Hotel. Sold by E Howard. Look out for the ''Silver Bow." The maD of the Indian Territory is for sale at the book - stand of I). l llawkius post office lobby. , Two Candidates. ' for the insane asylnm saved them selves from stomach troubles that drive folks crary by taking Dr. Caldwell's Syruy I'epsin. It is gi nrranteed to cure every form of stomach trouble. Sold by E. Howard. Something Convenient Buy the Quaker folding bath cabi net with stove, etc. For sale at the Fair, by . Eri'iE Baker, A rect. THE CHICKASHA TELEPHONE CO., Will place a phone in your residence aud keep same in re pair for -5Q Per Day." rboue in place of bus ,! ness $'2.50 per month. THF PAID mmmm M K I I WAIST! WAIST! SHIRT WAIST ! You won't let them so to waist when you see the great bargain sale on Some stores have goo'ds going to waist. We have Waists lor vou at bargains on Saturday; - Tours for Low Prices.? R. F. SCOFFERN & CO. At our new stand opposite the Phoenix Grocery Co. M. T. OARTWRlciiiT, WM. MURRAY, Gartwright & Murray tSuccessos to O. A. Horn.) MEAT MARKET, Also Dealers in Cattle, Hogs and Sheep. We Kill Only First Class Caltls. The People's Meat Market. J. D. Lindsay, Prop. We keep all kinds of Fresh Meats, Game and Poultry. We kill every thing we sell, and sell nothing but First Class Meats. . Fish and Oysters Every Thursday. Give us a, Call, Phone 14. b Printin The Express office is prepared to print Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads. Statements, Envelopes, Cards, Circulars in typewriter type, Shipping tags, Dodgers, " . , or any kind of printing needed at short notice, and at prices to meet any coni petion. Phone 43 and we will see you. The Daily Express only 50c a month. The Weekly Express only $1 a year.