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1 . j Oil! m m m m m Our Millinery Opening Will be pulled off WRririRsriair fMnhar ftrfl Should you need a winter lid, and we are sure you will, it will pay you to attend this opening. M m 'M 'm m m m m m -m Everybody invited to attend whether you want a hat or not. We will try to make it as attractive and pleasant as well as interesting for you as possible. Styles this season are more beautiful than ever and prices to suit. all. Attend our opening and we will show you not only tho most attractive line of Millinery, but also the largestand , best selected line of Dry Goods and Clothing in Chickasha. Thanking you in advance, We are, "for good quality at low prices," Yours truly NEW YORK STORE DEWS & FREEMAN, Proprietors. 1 jii aX Ssl w & m m m m m m m m m m m m M m m UA m m m is m m hi III hi u War)! 6ol6mi) Lines under this liead will be rt'eWvi'il t the rule of line IVuI line, (line miliums lilnml i wunK) i er t!uv no uilvertisemeni rwrlved for less Uum ten i-edl-i. MiiV eontain uny tnutler of lost, fouinl. sir.iyo.l. sullen, for sale, to reul, or for auy puriose, without disphiy lines, Tn;t SILK-A G r Cow mill eu.f ui her culi oriiLe. 110 Ut ILIS VHAIU'.IN. Lots 7 Hint . Hhvk M. two room house, two lols. iioutt slieU and well ; S1, iiu-U M lie hell wiii-vu u;nl KooU te;im. Must sell ill onee. i'- L- iieleher. cr. GRAY, DEALER IN The Chickasha Daly Fxpress. A. M, Dawrok, Editor W'M. F. Gkani.ee, Business ManiiRer. Published Every Artertioon, Except Sunday JSnierd at the Chlckashu Postontce as second Class Mall Matter, SUUSCIilPTIUN KATE, SinRlcCopy Five Cents Fir Week Fifteen Cents Per Month... Fifty Centf Per Quarter (three moninh) ti -3 Per Year Five Dollars Weekly Express, per year H W1 THE DARK AND BRIGHT SIDE. Russia is against the disniem berment of China. Probably Kussia wants it whole. If men would walk as far to hear . a eonnon ivsa political speech this land would surely be a Christ ian nation. There was a fear that Gov. Dukes, of the Choctaw nation had been lost at Galveston, but he has turned up at home, alive and well. He only got as far as Dallas. At Huron, S. D., where the Prohibitionist presidential candi date spoke yesterday, a sidewalk on which were standing seventy- five or a hunred persons fell nine feet, injuring many of the crowd. Hon. John M. Palmer, of Illi nois died last Monday. Ho was once governor of the state and also a senator. He was an hon orary pall bearer at tho funeral of general McClerland only a few days ago. He lived to the ripe old age of 83 years. fcousa, the ".March Xing," is a good deal better know than many a crowned monarch. In hh var ied career many strange and laugh able things have happened to him. A number of these he relates in his article, "Somo Experiences of a Bandmaster,'1 which is to appear in the Youth's Companion of Sep tember 27th. The same issue -will contain a capital story- of college-girl life by Grace M. XJallah cr.r "The Sophomore Play.'' A minister had his salary cut down one hundred dollars, a year or so ago (and this was in West ern church i), because his wife wore a handsomer gown than gome of the prominent women in tho con jrresratioii. The reason was given openly, and the matter found its way into public print. Tho fact that the wife's wealthy aunt was the donor seemed to bo of no con eeqticncc, and the poor woman herself, irritated and mortified at the publicity given to her private affairs, succeeded in persuading her husband to withdraw from the ministry. "A Minister's Wife' in tho October Ladies' Jlome JournrJ. Now that the dark side of the recent tragedy of the boiler explc sion has nearly blown away we want to say a word of the living and of the bright side, if there can be a bright side in such a tragedy- The bright' side of this affair is in Uie noble women who took a part in caring for the wonnded. and are earing for them yet. When the noise of the explosion came everyone who could ruslied to the scene, some to see the cause, some to render what assistance they could in this case of dire ne cessity. This motley crowd was made up of men, women and child ren. Among this crowd were two men, blinded by hot cinders and scalded with hot water and steam, groping and feeling their way. Tue womn gave them a wide berth In the fear that it was not proper and correct to give aid to a wouud ed men because, 'perhaps they had never "been introduced.'' The men all seemed to be intent on seeing how much the old engine was hurt and just how it happened, and could'ntsee the suffering men around them. Among this crowd was one woman who saw the two men blinded by burning cinders and scalded by hot water and steam groping and feeling their way. She took in tho situation at once and took one in each hand leadiug them toward Dr.Stinsou's home, the only place she knew. When only part way one man showed signs of fainting and she said: "I don't know where to take you, or what to do." Just then another woman's voice spoke and said, "Bring thein in here,'' and the two men were taken into the home of Mr. and Mrs. George White, and Mrs. White and Miss. White, sister, threw the house open to them and became nurses and the two men, the Davis broth ers, are still there 1 receiving all the care they would under the hand of their own mother. The woman who first found them in such distress was Mrs. Welling ton, a woman who has been among us for only a short time, but in this one transaction has shown that her heart is in the riodit place, and that she has within her the tjnderuess and love for suffering humanity that makes woman the noblest work of the Almighty. Mrs. Wolfington is a trained nurse, and while she gays she has no nerves, she has the tender touch, the womanly instinct that makes her invaluable as a nurse, and coupled with. a ripe experience and thorough knowledge of the trade of nurse makes her services be yond price.- To Mrs. and Miss White in their hospitality in this case, together with the sacrifice, if we msy call it so, of taking in two strangers and their unremitting care the loudest praise is but a pittance, for their kindness and big open heartedness. The conduct and charity shown by these ladies is beyond praise and deserves a good cheery word from every citizen hi Chickasha. , Living, as wo do, on the border of civilization, with t.e eyes of the world upou us as a people devoid of feeling, this affair will show (o the outside world that the milk of human kindness is not unknown, and that we have noble men and women, even though we live in the Indian Territory. Mrg. WolOngtou has the night watch with these two men now and gives her whole time to their cire and they are doing as well as possible. To Mr. George White and to Mrs. White, and iheir sister, Miss White and to Mrs. Wolfington the highest praise is due for their hos pitality -and care to these two men who were strangers to every one in the city. Buy Hunter's cream Hour at W. W. Horn's. ANTKU TO TA1K-A NEW 1st CLASS Miij-'Ie seun u i.l-e.uon tor a I wo bt-ateu one. imimre ai mi omee. ANTED TO l!l'Y-A I'.OOl) MILCH COW l-niimre. S. T. lil.A- at K 1 I'ein.t. A SNAP, if taken at ouce very cheap, a rooming house One of the best locations lu the the city. Eleven rooms, good cis tern, storm cave, three lots, shade trees, enquire at Erin House, cor ner llailroad street and Kansas avenue. LOST Ladies gold link brace let. Finder please return to Sad dle Hock restaurant and get reward. o. cr. gray, a; Feed of all Kinds. fthnnn rn Ihn Phnnnnnt nDDftCITt! PMT tVVWV '&...r..mi..t.'.0.0'.0..0.0.t.i,'--l-''&-2-S'4- m ii ii iii li i ii iiv ii Vli ) i ii i iJ il) ili 0 il i l 0. SPECIAL ATTE.VTI0X GIVES 5; TO ALL WORK. 5T ; GALVANIZED TAXKS A SPECIALTY, W. R. TAYLOR, -t-iivi ni inn 3rd. St, Opposite FostotSce.- CHICKASHA, IND. TER. g Henry Scliafer, WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Beer. SHIPPING A SPECIALTY. EL RENO, O. T. Don't forget the opening, Octo ber 3rd. Come out and lelTus enjoy one day discussing and looking at the latest things in Hats. New York Store. The Senate Saloon BOWI-E, TEXAS, Carries the largest stock of whiskeys ever brought to Uowie, and solicits a share of the mail orders of tho Indian territory, Money must accompany every order. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices range from $2 to i?f per gallon. Prompt shipment by ex press or freight. Address all or ders to W. W. 11EXDPJCKS. Howie, Texas. Willi one of those nobby hats and double breasted sack suits, together willi a pair of our vici kid shoes, you are dressed up and no one huit financially. New York Store. Xew floods. Arrive every day Call and see them. 21st-2w McGaiigby Bros. WELSH BP ns The most complete stock, The best selected stock, The largest stock, and the Oldest Dry Goods House in the City. CHICKASHA, IND.:TER. J ' . ft f.w u t I- ir J - ". ftp n Wr w t- W IWe Must Sell Goods. ili ill h'i ii) If we can't sell at our Price, We will sell at Yousr. Call and see us, no Trouble to Show Goods. CROSS & CHEANEY. m 9 Steffeus celebrated at the Gem, Botling stand. :ce cream works old 21-tf Two Candidates. for the insaue asylum saved them selves from stomach troubles that 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. Fiirnllnrr of Mulch lloxri. perhaps the oclik'M mite of furniture In the world is owned hy a hute-ke( per 111 Hilda 1'eMli, '"or many ,yi lira lie hue mnde it liis l)ii.lness to collect rimtcli boxes, of wliieh he lias now a collect ion of 4,013. lie orderrd a skilled ealiim-t-mnker to eijuij a room with furniture made of this-e lioxes. The outfit con sists of n writing- table with mik.1 apparatus, a fire screen, a cabinet, a chair and other smaller articles. Tiioiifrh J lie hoes are empty they are adjusted so ingeniously that the pieces are fully as strong as the ordinary furniture. Dr. Walter Penquite. Specialist in diseases of thcEye Ear, Xose and Throat. "With my new aim Improved method ot treating chronic trachoma- (granu lated lids) cures result in from 10 days to 2 weeks, which formerly required months and years. Treat incut is painless no burning or cauterizing, or'searifying; no con tracting or shaving of lids as re sult of treatment. I ajn thorough ly equipped to perform all surg ical operations; cataract, strabis mus (cross eyes) end all other operations performed. Myopia, Uypermetropia, Presbyopia, As tigmatism aud all other aneoinal ies of rellection corrected by glasses accurately fitted. Oflice at residence, corner Washita and Iowa streets, opposite Christian church. Oilice hours, 'J to 12 a m and 2 to h p m. Phone No. 122. See Barripr & Miller when you svant door frames, window frames, sash, desks and doors made. its oS' i3 -.a v 5 t --s -s --s v3 x 4 Efc-.Sj. m --r- - S f i vJ t t lt m m as w fisa j ii I Prompt DBliueru A Nil Polite Attention. We find that they are material aids in making sales, combined with popular prices for superi or groceries, we think we have a combination that is hard to beat. Orders called for and delivered. g J. A. WARE, JR. Wholesale Grocer, Ladies shoes, jost arrived, at all prices. 21st-lw McGaughy Bros. J. A. RQSE.fc!. Ranges, Cook Stoves and Heaters That will burn either Coal or Wood. All kiuds of Hardware, romps and Windmills for sale. Tining and llopaira a Specialty. The Robinson House, A new Rooming and Lodging House, where rooms can be had by the day, the night, the week, or month. Open at all hours, day or nigh t. Prices reasonable. Guests will be made com fortable as possible Clean BedSj'At the same stand, but the fame old man. E, Robinson, Manager, MILLINERY OPENING!! The Ladies of Chickasha and Vicinity are Cordially Invited to an Opening of Millinery on W DNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1900. I will be able to Show you the nicest display of Millinery ever shown in the City. Store llooin two loors Kat of (fraud Avenue Hotel MISS LIZZIE COPELAND, RING UP PHONE 136 THE National Feed Store For Feed of all Kinds and Prompt Delivery I'ACJGACiE to any part of the City S. P. Ingram, PHONE 13C. lVTantitfer. 31 8 NOW ON SALE. SiteffliersPiHiMissi'. Home Made, Hand Made, Union Made. Try 'em. You will like 'cm. They are Quality Goods, and when you smoke "em you are encouraging a homo enterprise.