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DR. WYNNE SPECIALIST The 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 attcn tion. Chickasha every other Monday Enquire of Dr. R. P. Tve. ,u 2-m Hay Hay Hay Hay Kay At E V HolIng'Bworth by A V Frederick. Bay Hanter'8 cream flour at W. W. Home's. Mrs. J. A. Ware returned from Kansas City with Mr. Ware. V. U., Williams left for Texas Tuesday to visit and look after property interests. - : ? . Many friends are glad to wel come Mrs. N. M. Williams home from a three months. Mrs. Ben Kehn, one of Chick asha's good ladies, left here yes terday to a three weeks visit -with menus at jonnson, I. T. , Bert Botertson was called back to Chickasha by telegram and left the wife the wife at Atoka.- T. W. Tlinmnann f lta.nn. rtA Mo., accompanied by his wife and children, arrived today and will make this their home. ' Mr. J. E. Hamilton, of Jamesport, Mo , and J II. Morris, of Mirabile Mo., were here yesterday prospect ing, and were well pleased, and will probably return and locate. Mr. Hamilton said there would probab ly be enough left ihk Missouri to form a borne guard, f lie also re marked that this was, "(he thought) a pretly good place for a man to come to so as to b? out of politics. J. E. Riddle will move his stock of drugs to the Lowd building, next to Donovan's clothing store. , MAHUIED At CbickashaJ. I", on September 20, 190O,Thos. Boles and Miss Sallie King, both of Chick juha, E. Hamilton officiating. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tuacker leave tonight for Fort Worth and will be gone about a month. When a young man is present ed with a farm he should learn to cultivate bis gift. It has lcen noticed that the girls who say they just love to go out in the rain invariably have pretty hosiery and neat ankles. Miss Clayton, of Minco, was the guest of Mrs. A. B. Snow yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Clay ton will havo a house built on their lots on southwest hill and become residents of Chickasha. The ExrnF.ss is glad to welcome such good people to our city. .Even a red-headed man Lates to get bald. A plausible speech does not always getapplatise. Even the campaign orator reaU izes that money talks. The iceman is seldom noted for his' freezing politeness. The mortgage isalways looking for somebody to give it a lift The averare woman pays more attention to price than to value! Any man con walk with meas ured tread by just using his feet, Muggins "Why is he so un popular!" Buggins "lie writes popular Marriage may le a failure, but that doesn't interfere with a woman's curiosity. J. A. Darnell, at the City Black smith shop, is headquarters for repairs on traction engines or any kiud of raachinery,boiler8,&c Jew goods. Arrive every day Gall and see them. 2lst-2w McGanghy Bros. Steffens celebrated ice cream at the Gem, Botling worts old stand. 21-tf A car of Big K flour at E V Ilolllngaworth's The dog's bark doesn't alvaj s indicate that he's on the seize. Ladies shoes, jnst arrived, at all prices. 21st-lw McGanghy Bros. No man can ever be as good as ho looks in his wedding clothes. Have you tried that Big K flour at, V UoIUngsworth's. If man annrwi a little r, but mates have as a rule deft fin gers. a Latest style in shirts, hose and underwear. 21st-lw McGanghy Bros, The successful theatrical mana ger can thank his lucky stars for his prosperity. Sporting goods at the Fair. Fresh cnuvased hams at McGaug hy Bros. THE COURT AT MANGUM. Nine Murder Cases Aro on the Docket for This Term. A Month of Court is Predicted Look out for the "Silver Bow." Gentlemanly Onrglnrs In Japan. Eren the most gentlemanly of our burglars hare tnch to leurn from Japan in the way of politeness, if one may juritfe by a description of the man ners of robbers in that eonntry given in tho Atlantic. Three men broke into a dyer's house while he was away and gently abked his wife how ranch monej there was In the house. She answered that there were just twenty-wven yen and eighty-four sen. Tho .rolibcr laughed and 4aid: "You are a good old woman and we believe you. Jf you were poor we would not rob you at alL Now we only want a couple of kimono and this," laying his hand on a fine (silk overdress. The old woman re plied: "All my son's kimono I can glre you, but I U-gyou will not take that, for it does not belong to my son and was confided to us only for dyeing, What is ours I can give, but I cunnot give what K-longs to another." "That is qulu right," approved the robber, "and we shall not take it." '0181 ui SUBUIJ.Vl jo nojXa'i qj jo snow am XinlPlutiui n paAjaoaj JJaiAq 10 uttii!sm aqi 1 'l'l3", lnf AVU KJ.)AU.UHIII qmia-ij ojat. 'x.ia.iV3J.vnj panoo jipij pu Jarini ti.iniu m tno AH t jnq 'pujn iiBinpjo am jjirjui uwjmtu,! ani ut inimiaoons There will shortly be prevented to the savants of Europe and America a relic of antiquity rescued from the dust of the dim dawn of human life in the western world, which promises to at once throw light on the origin of man on the western hemisphere and prove the open sesame to further reading of the early races of the earth in the far east. In a rock-hewn tomb in southern Mexico there has been found a bronzo and hammered iron sword bearing on its blade and handle in rich inlaying of silver characters of record and rep resentations of life distinctively As syrian and Grecian. The characters on one side of the blad,e arc cuneiform, says a writer in the St. Louis Uloue- Deniocrat; those on the other cannot be identified; possfblr they are Uittite. The first, fourth, sixth, eighth and eleventh letters in the easily recogniz able cuneiform characters of Chaldean antiquity are exactly alike as graven upon the blade: the first, fourth, sixth, eighth and eleventh letters in the mystic inscription on the reverse are also identical. It is In the possession of .Hfnor Uonzalo M. Moliner, a de scendant of one of the oldest and most illustrious famllier of Spain, who is resident in the City of Mexico, lie will soon lay it before the Smithsonian institution in person, and until that time it will not -see the light of re search ontside of Mexico. The sword and its scabbard of bronze are massive and well preserved. In total length the sword is twenty-six and one-half inches, with a blade cf nineteen inches. The roughly hammered iron blade shows the crudity, of the early days f the iron age, but the exquisite inlaying of silver on the bronze bears testimony to the cunning of the silversmiths who wrought the weapon. To all appear ances, and according to the inscrip tions, it was a royal arm, for on its ample hilt it bears in horizontal lines the crowned head of its evident wearer, while below, in cuneiform characters on the blade, are apparently the title and name of tho sovereign. The sword and scabbard weigh twelve pounds, of which the sword alone rep resents two-thirds of the total. The story of the discovery of this in teresting relic is a romance. (Seven years ago a curiosity dealer in the City of Mexico purchased It for a few paltry reals from an Ignorant Indian from Merida, in tho state of Yucatan, in southern Mexico. The dealer supposed it to be nothing more than an old Koman sword, such as were often worn by the Spaniards at the time of the conquest of Mexico. The Indian said he found it in the depths of a tomb which he had penetrated, and that, with a bronze spoon, now also In the posses sion of Senor Moliner, it was the only thing of interest he had found. The sword and scabbard were inernsted with half an inch of oxidization from their long burial, and on being cleaned up were offered for sale to tourists along with the customary more or less valuable stock in trade of an enterprising curio dealer. For one reason or another it remained in stock until recently, when it by chance caught the eye of Senor Moliner, who has made an intelligent study of an tiquities, both in Europe and America. and who at once bought it at a curio eale price. . M-y-v In the court at Mangum, Greer county, has been in session for a numbc: of days and will continue all the month. There aro a large number of cases that have been reported from the grand jury and there are nine cases of murder on tho docket. Three murder indict ments were returned last week. One of them is the famous Wefct Newman case in which A. West is charged with the wilful murder of his partner, L. Newman, at their ranch near Childers, Texas. This ig tho case in which L. M. Keyes is assisting the "prosecution and Mrs. Newman has sued for damages in tho sum of $10,000 for tho murder of her husband. The defendant was admitted to bail in ths sum of $15,000 and the trial was continued for the term. Judge- Burwell and Clerk Shear will be engaged in the trial of tho cases all of tho month and pos sibly part of October. . TLe end of a busy little bee is usually a painful one. The map of the Indian Territory is for sale at the book stand of D. P. llawkius post otlice lobby. A child sometimes gets on the wrong track because of a misplac ed switch. We have for a long time desired to obtain a strictly Pure Baking Powder that we cou.'d sell reason able and have contracted with an eastern factory for the genuine brand named "Perfect'' and will sell it at 25 instead of 50 per pound. J. A. IV AKE, Jit. 12 3ra. W. W. House. Gaiiic, Oysters, chili at the Gem, Bottling works old stand. 21-tl The stomach in is our best friend and the next best is the '"Perfeol" Uaking Powder.lt is chemically pure and assists digestion. J.A.Ware.Jr. Extra select liurwick oysters any style at the Gem restaurant lJottliug-works old stand. 21-tf I5y Using the tt.iking Powder named 'Perfect' you will show ap preciation of pure food. Always use the 'Perfect''. W.W.IIorue. Just arrived car Hunter's cream fiour at W. W. Home's. Just arrived car Hunter's cream flonr at w. W. Home's. Don't target the. Big Cash Store when you want Boots, Shoes and clothing The lar erest stock in Chicka sha to choose from. J. G-. Mays. Celebrated Dclgado chili at the Gem, Uotllicg work old stand.21-tf For Sale 5 wagons, 6 sets of work harness, 4 lG-haud mules. 2 choice work horses, 30 work Lor? es and cow ponies, enquire . liauk of Cniekasba. A Good Offer. We will send Twin Territories from September to January (in cluding New Year's unmber) to any one sending 2o cents in silver or stumps. These numbers are j always the best of any magazine. The holiday numbers Thanks giving, Christmas and New Year's j will be especially interesting. Ad dress at once, TWIN TKKKITORIER, Muskogee, I. T. All kinds of short orders at the Gem restaurant. 21-tf MORGAN & GRIBL Tii3 He$il cf S;!C3 Fashion Is this English Enamel, Blucher cut, Extension Solq Shoes for men. We also have the new "Presi dential Toe" in Tan, Russian Calf, Extra heavy sole. Just the shoe for 'i winies wear. ASK TO SEE The M. & G. Famous $3 Shoe for men. We have them in Box Calf, Vici Kid and Cordivan, in Congress or Lace, in Coin, NEW LONDON anl PLAIN TOE. . Agents for Queen Quality, the Famous $3 Shoe for Women. I a WE CA si We Can Certainly Please you if you are interested in Fancy. Half Hose, We have just received the fin est line "ever brought to Chickasha, at prices to suit any purse. MORGAN QRiBf, 1$ fci 'ur. s ' fei ' s, ' 'ss' fe-: i Hi) W t HE h AIR. " Wanted to "lick the spoon lndianopolis lud. Nov. 10 "JO. Pepsin Syrup Co., ing house for Ave years and j JI iHlO I WUAIO I ' never wuuoui ur. aiuwcua pep sin Syrop. We find nothing to equal it for stomach troubles aud my children like as well as candy. One night recently my wife was giving a dose to our baby and Jelda (onr little girl 4 years old) cried for some too. Her mamma told her she didn't need it and then she said: "(Jan't I lick the spoon!" It is so pleasant to take the effects. are so good we bate to be witkout Dr. Caldwell's nyrup Pepsin. Yonrs trnlv. Lafe d. Webthers. Mgr. Enterprise Hotel. Sold by E Howard. Scale books at the Express of fice in any quautity from one to a dozen. Spend your cash at E V Hoi lingsworth's, and save money. Ha! 11a! Ha I lam tickled to death. Why? I nentdown to VY. M. rettitfil's and got scni3 of his chocolates and bon bona aud I swallowed my tongue! Two Candidates, for the insane asylum saved them selves from stomach troubles tha drive folks crazy by taking Dr. Caldwell's Syruy Pepsin. It is g: urranteed to cure every form of stomach trouble. Sold by E. Howard. Ml The Senate Saloon BOWIE, TEXAS, Carries the largest stock of whiskeys ever brought to Bowie, and solicits a share of tbo mail orders of tbo Indian territory. JLoney must accompany every order. jSatisfactioEi guaranteed. 'rices ranjro from $2 to per gallon. Prompt shipment by ex press or freight. Address aL or ders to W. W. HENDRICKS, Howie, Texas. What Have Yea Got to hat? Ui Everything that is good to eat; any- thing your'appc- tite may crave. Call in aud leave your order or I Phone No. 50 and we will give you good goods; appetising goods; clean goods at reasonable prices, and prompt delivery. "Nothing at Cost." Erwin & McGamobell SHIRT You won't let thom "o to waist when you sec (lie great bargain sale on WAIST ! SEP. B. R. Some stores have goods going to waist. W e have Waists for vou at bargains on Saturday; Yours for Low Prices.".! F. SCOFFERN & CO. At our new stand opposite tho Plia-nix Grocery Co. "--V '-rx V ,fpy SI. T. CARXV:KK;!IT, MUEEAY, Cariwright & Murray O'uccpfscrs to O. A. Horn.) MEAT MARKET, Aho DeiiL'i's in Cattle, Hogs aud Sheep. We m OrJy First Glass Cattle. The People's Meat Market, J. D. Lindsay, Frop. We keep nil kind? of Fresh Meats, Game and Poultry. We kill every thing we sell, and sell nothing tut First Class Meats.' Fish and Oysters Every Thursday. s - Give xis a, Ca.ll, Phone X4. Job H n a niiu e Express ofacc is prepared to print JLctter. 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-priees (o meet any com- petion. Phone ! and we will see you. The Daily Express only 50c a month. rPhe Weekly lOxpress only 81 a year.