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A. VC. DAWitoa, Editor W. F. Gali, Buaioeai JIuer. A Happy Greeting. Good moruiDg, Daughters of the Confederacy! How arc you, tbis morning? We are proud of tbis happy greet ing, We are glad to know that the AH Seeing Eye has kept vigilance through all these long intervening years and we are yet here, in health i We are more than Published Every Afternoon. Except Sunday Enterd t the Chtckaha Poatome M Second Claaa MaU Hatter. SUBSCRIPTION BATE, s ngieCopy rmuam and gtrength. uonih""""" ritij centi pleased to know while Father Time Per Quarter (three months)....., has done his work, and these re- Per Year.... Flra Dollari . weekly Expre,. per year lenling years are becoming more and more in due time. We are The Future of Chickasha. j gratified to know that the guiding What is the future of Chickasha star of our Allwise Providence has . . . . is a question put so often that it shone brightly over our pathway makes one tired in answering it. I vv e rejoice to have the good pleas There can be but one future that are of addressing the daughters of of the best city in the Boathwest. the Sunny Southland. And, Oh, The situation, the climate and the what a deep sensitive emotion comes surroandinfi country all point to to us. It makes our very souls that end. With its present start, thrill with delight to know that we and the energy and push behind it still have the heroic women whose nothing cn keep it bacc. It is a (ancestors stood by us in those days city of 4 ,000 today and with the that tried men's souls. They were opening of the Kiowa andComanche the beacon light of our country, reservation, will give it an impetus even in those days when we were that will build it to 10,000 within stricken. They were the minister the next year. Then comes the jng angels when occasion demanded. War! olGmr) Lines under this head will be received at the rte of (hie (Vnt a line, (line contains about 7 worda) per day no adven Uetnem receive for less than ten eeais. May fcouiuln any mutter of lost, found. trayed. Molen. or sale, to rent. or for any purpose, without aispiay lines. YOUNG JERSEY Cow with calf at her eiJe. It-naire at thi office. fOR SALE A Xil r c A house, two lots, raid shed and well : 3'i Inch Mitchell waicon and trood team. Must sell at once. U. L. Uticher. Oklahoma Wheat. The eiperiinennt station at Still wtter has issued f a bulletin on wheat raising in the territory. A summary of the I experience of many successful wheat growers is presented, together with a re port of the experiments conduct ed at the station. The bulletin is sent free to all who request it. A Good Offer. We will send Twin Territories from September to January (in- any one sending 25 cents in eilrer cbeap, a rooming house One or stamps. These numbers nre always the best of any magazine; The holiday numbers Thanks giving, Christmas and New Year's ill be especially interesting. Ad dress at once, ' . TWIN TERRITORIES, Muskogee, I. T. WANTED TO TKADE A NEW 1st CLASS it single seated pht-aton for a two seated e. Inquire at this office. WANTED TO BUY A GOOD MILCH COW M Enquire. 8. 'I . GLASS at H. I. Depot of the best locations in the the city. Eleven rooms, good cis tern, storm cave, three lots, shade trees, enquire at Erin House, cor ner Railroad street aud Kansas avenne. 8L Joseph's The great strike it the Pennsyl- 5g11001 vania coal miners is now on in earnest, and the end is not in sight. It will probably extend much farther than the anthracite region and iu the end prove dis- classification and allotment of the Tley were also there to sing the "trous to the miners andstrikers, Opened Monday, the 10th inst Competent teachers will try their best to satisfy the expectations of the patrons of the school. In ad dition to our high school we will Indian lands of this territory within aBt song to the dying soldier. They the next two years will giye it an- were there to receive his hut good other push onward that will put it bye. They were there to spread in advance of any city in southwest the mantte of eternal fame. Ob, Indian territory. The traffic on wnat an inspiring thought to know the streets today indicate to every that we have the daughters of this one the amount of tiade being done bright land of Dixie to cheer and here now, and it requires no pro- give comfort in the last days of the ,utlons 6f regpect regret were uueiic eve to b mat w uu sue i men who wore uie gray, j.ue vantages spojjen of what the future meeting of your chapter brings to must be. There can be doubt as to us a halo of delight. Chickasha's future. as well as to the country at large, have short hand and typewriting. It is the height of foolishness, but men will indulge in strikes. Notice of Respect. At a meeting of the Chickasha Polo Club on the morning of the 19 th inst., and the following reso- Latin for high school, $1 50 per month. The other grades, $ I per month. MOTHER SUPERIOR adopted: Eksolved, That in the death of our comrade. Henrv Kirkendall.the "wiuuon piace ueaa noaras c,ub ,1M not ony loat lt be8t player W. M. Womack & Son, Dealers in The kind of expansion the mod ern democratic party favors is designated in this expression in the platform: "We nre not ex posed to territorial expansion when it takes in deshable terri tory which can bo erected into states of the union and those peo- ! at the graves of the Confederates who are buried here should give new life to your chapter, and sho too that there is life in the old land yet. A motion to make the mem bers of Joe Shelby Camp honorary members of your chapter. Thank you. ana, my uear uauguters, b . ,, t u Th ,B when the t ime shall have come when iWnn ip h mioH Vta sj vuu vu MV w aa, uiivv but a comrade universally lored by all of us. We now realize that "death loves a shining star." In the beautiful aisle of memory there are echoes of a mallet that are heard no more; tender words spoken by lips that are dust; blessings from a a va- We n Fancu UlUu Next door to Citizens Bank, 2 25 'S '-2 -JJ '-5 '-3 '-3 '-2 5 '-5 'W-S '-56 . . .r to to to to to-to to o. DEALER IN Feed of all Kinds. Clean as tlie Ctopest OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Of Of y V VUWUJI UM UVWWUfVM - - - t X SPECIALTY. SPECIAL ATTEXTIOX CITEX 5; TO ALL WORK. w. R. .TIN TAYLOR, SHOP.. 'I 3rd. St., Opposite Postoffice. CHICKASHA, UU TEH. g WELSH The most complete stock. The best selected stock, The largest stock, and the , Oldest Dry Goods House in the City. CHICKASHA, IND. TER. PHONE 95. CHICKASHA, IND. TEK. pie are willing and fit to become turmoil and difliculties are no more, gmcerely n,ourn njs ios8and extend citizens. w us cross over the river ana rest t Lig ief 8lricken Dareilt3 our The question as to whether' the undcr lhe 8hade of tbe tree8 where heartfelt sympathies. "aiiemuiueuuruuiis uearu uu more. Bv,n,n. U.t a nir of ll.ol tt-ij. ?!-. The cannon has huslied 1U roar ahnva .Mni;n h n'hti.hi in th rf t. . . uv.muvw -v i iwoi fhiuhj. uoQiraem ana IA uses arawn up lnlegal form. Oltlce in Chtckasbu UruK territory was desirable for Btates has never leen considered when territory was about to be acquired Louisiana because we deemed it necessary to control the naviga tion of the Mississippi river, and because we were . harassed and annoyed by unnecessary restric tions in regard to the admission of coods into the iort of New Orleans. We acquired New Mexico, California and the terri tory to the west of us as the result of the war with Mexico, and be cause we deemed it advisable to have the country to the J. R. HARRIS, ' f 'Mutual Life N. Y. By martial music they cease to tread evening paper of our city publica While memory calls our gallant tion that a copy of the 8flmQ be Company' store. ocean under our sovereignity and controL " dead." G. G. BcciiASAx, Com. Joe Shelby Camp 975,U,O.V. R. I. Teacher's Association, The teachers along the Rock Island railroad met in Duncan, August 31, 1900, and organized the Rock Island Teacher's Association with Prof. Koonce as president and Miss Nola Brown ns secretary. Marlow was chosen as the next place of meeting. The association Pacific then adjourned to meet in Marlow, Octoher G. 1000. - r All teachers along the Rock Is- If , i i . i . tana rauroau anu iu aujoining ter ritory are invited and requested to attend. Yours respectfully, J. E. Koonce, Pres. Nolx Bkown, Sec. l'BOiiRAM. Song service and invocation. Welcome address, W. A. Anthony Resjwnse, G. A. Witt. Institvte work, S.D. Vaughan. School management, W. P.Stewart Discussion. Recitation, Miss Nola Brown. presented to the parents of the de ceased. J. E. Spears, ) , G w Ornstot j Henry Mathers, Sec. Have you tried that Big K flour at E V Hollingsworth's. Uk Unua Va.. nnai nare i uu Cowboys Reunion Granite, O T Sept. 19, 20, and 21 , one fare for round trip. Good returning Sept. J. F. Kimmerly, agent. Got to tat? ti I Everything that is good to eaf; any thing your appe tite may crave. Call iu and leave your order or The smoke nuisance of Chick asba is becoming abominable. The black Bmoke now rolls from nearly a dozen big stacks and Then comes the infernal whistles three times a day. Its enough smoke and deaden our ears with the noise! But say aint it music, and don't that smoke look pretty as it rolls away in clouds, and car ries the news to mary that we are rroHinrr nn cilu nira nnl ihn mnva. I Tpao.lnri!' exernise on f rafitinn..T.K ments of a big city? Let 'em Konce come, let 'em smoke, let 'em toot! NO0N' I a a - Thev are the makini of the nun. D seyice- i j . . . . . r, xeacumg eAerciae in jiiugiisu gram mar (InGaitive and participles) J A STORY OF "BOBS." The Brltl.h Cemmamder Tcaekea Utile Box Babr Hw ( Make HI. Letter. A poor sinner arose in a prayer meeting at Mammoth Spring the other niffht and confessed himself an awful and bad man and conn dentially informed h friends he was on the road to the bad place, When he bad conudeu this piece of information one of the brothers etill further startled the congrega tion by commencing to sing. 4 'If you get there before I do", look out for roe, I'm coming too." Thayer Tribune. W. Campbell. Needs of Territorial schools for the whites, Prof. Walker, followed by Profs. Delzell, Hobson, Means, J. N. Campbell and others. Guitar solo, Miss Pattie Adams. Primary work, Miss Iva Milam. The annual meeting of the agr icultural, horticultural and irra- gation association will be held at Stillwater, Oklahoma. December i, 1900. The swine breeders' as sociation meets there at the same Bryan is pledtng himself to be I time. This will furnish an excell- candidate in 1901. He is just ent opportunity to examine tbe little previous. Two trips of work of the college and experi four years each is enough and b- nient station there aud to meet Ides if he is elected this time he representative farmers and stork- will want an endorsement of J men from different parts of the course. territory. Lord Roberts' entry into Johannes- tiurr was. a spectacle to be remem bered by all who beheld it. Soon aft er ten o'clock he and his staff moved Jrom camp, followed by the guards end Stevenson's brigade, together With a few correspondents. After formally accepting the sur render of the town Lord Roberts left the building and remounted his charger, aud proceeded with the next ceremony, which was the hauling down of the Transvaal flag. More than one spectator among the rugged burghers standing around ap peared touched to the heart when, the Vierkleur was lowered. I saw tears streaming down the face of one man as he looked on at the loss of alt he had been fighting for during many weary mouths. While the national anthem was be ing played a tall Free Stater, an ar tillerist, refused to move his hat, and a fellow spectator, a small, stunt ed man, attempted to pult it off, whereupon a Dritish soldier standing near pushed the aggressor away, say ing: "Leave him alone. He fought for his flag. You fought for none." Lord Roberts took up his quarters in a small inn, with the sign "Orange urove.' Early in the evening, soon after the 6eld marshal reached his quarters. one of the officers of his staff ap proached him in order to discuss a matter of importance. He found the field marshal with one of the innkeep er's little children on his knee trying to teach the mite to trace the letters of the alphabet with a pencil. When the officer entered the room Lord Roberts looked up with a smile and said: "Don't come now; can't you see I'm busy?" Waal t Keep CeeU Most of tbe buaineaa houses in Mex ico are closed for an hour and a half a the middle of the day. t Phone No. 50 and we will give you good goods; appetising goods; clean goods at reasonable prices, and prompt de livery. Nothing at Cost." Erwin & McGamobell I I : to to to to to uan ana see us, no Trouble to Show Goods. Vv vi U lf i ii Hi 0 0 it vi We Must Sell Goods. If we can't sell at our Price, We will sell at Yousr. to to to to to CROSS & CHEANEY. il i li vi i vi vi to m to to to r 1 -'' . Prompt Deliteru Polite Attention. We find that they are material iids in making sales, combined with popular prices for superi or groceries, we tbinK we have a combination that is ha ;d to boat. Orders called for and delivered. Vi JiJ J. A. WARE, JR. Wholesale Grocer, 2J The Senate Saloon BOWIE, TEXAS, Carries tbe largest stock of whiskeys ever brought to Howie, and solicits a share of the mail orders of the Indian territory. m jLoney must accompany every order. batisfaction guaranteed. Prices range from $2 to $5 per gallon. . Prompt shipment by ex press or freight Address all or ders to W. W. HENDRICKS. Bowie, Texas. J. P. Kennemur, CONTRACTOR and BUIL DER. Money saved is money made. Hiop north of Red Barn . CiiiCKABiU, Lid. Teb Dr. B. W. FES LEU, . DENTIST, ; Up stairs m l'oet 0F.ce Buililipg. J. A. ROSE.. Ranges, Cook Stoves and Heaters That will barn either Coal or Wood. All kinds of Hardware, Tamps and Windmills for sale. Tining and Repairs a Specialty. TheJRob i nonJHou se , : A new Rooming and Lodging IToase, where rooms can' be ' hadby tfieiiay7'lbc nig'nt,'lhe week, or month. Open at lili2ms, 'day or night. Trices reasonable. Guests will be made com fortable as possible Clean Beds, At the same stand , but tbe same old man- - E, Robinson. IVTannger,, . RING UP PHONE 13Q III National Feed Store For Feed of all Kinds and Prompt Delivery BAGGAGE to any part of the City S. P. Ingram, PHONE 136. Manages.' NOW ON SALE H Home Made, Try . 'am. Von rtliniiM Tl Tin Mil nm 1 H V P H hl'l.lini' 1U11U1 u il U1111U111 UUUmUl. I J x Hand Made, Union Made.'; ; I hey are Quality . Goods, and f era. 'wilTJiko; when j-ou sujoUc cm you uro cncotiragin a home enterprise. i n 5 i I I j : r 't, It