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The Chickasha daily express. (Chickasha, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1899-current, October 24, 1900, Image 4

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G1LKEY BROS.;
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VVe wish to call your attention to the fact that our
line of Ladies, Gents and Children's Shoes are right
up-to-date in style and quality too; the price is right,
if not we will make it so. All we ask is your inspection
the result will be a satisfied customer with a pur
chase of one or more pair of Shoes from ovr large
assorted stock which will make the feet"Laugrr'
and hearts happy of the entire family.
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Great
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Western
Wilson Airtight Coal Heaters,
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Our Clothing is complete and in this line as in shoes
we are in a position to offer you styles and quality,
together with such prices that you will not G.Ml make
a purchase but go away saying it was well to have
visited the
.Yours for bigb 'piaHty'tnl low prices,
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l DEV7S &, FREEMAN, Proprietors.
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Everything la the way of.
Shelf and Heavy ..... 4
Hardware
Farm Implements and . .
Machinery
We are Headquarters for Everything
In Our Line. With Ten
Stores and Warehouses,
and 20,000 square feet
of floor space loaded
with the best goods,
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K:-.v.btrf in tLi.a;.c-r ruMTHE MILL SCORES A HUNDRED icu!' conUm'!J' w,
fcutiety fonat.1 in Wa-or.er, I. T., Bourlan-l. VerJict for defdt.
.ea v.iik U-fre eongrefes ; Chickasha Flour Comes up: J. f . jj cover ts L. K,
, I t P P.y Co. now on trial.
J TLe following were appointed
j Jury Con;nii.-ion sera at this terra.
H. L. Jailwe Jr., Marlow; W.
IG. Stone, City; G. S. Welsh,
to iro
for .tate;-'xjI f-tLe to territor
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Indian
1l j,I.inand the;
:Ay o:i: -oniTe will listen to, if j
: , t,. V,'a nre well'
to the Severe Test and
Wins Out in Fort
Worth.
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; ;ke exit-j HONORS WON EASILY jtv
t,'. iL jtwo, but)
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a bU..1.'; tlxis wi:
tury is li'.t'v 1
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.:-r?i e-ngrefcs-Ojj)(reI
to
h'iftttj of the
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Tinal Report of Grand Jury.
,rr! In Competition V.'ilh rlUluiv- 'hrr-ksicha, i. T.,Oct.2S, 1000.
Full Cream of Hon. llo-ea Townsend,
Jud''c I nited States Court.
T-H-E
Bought in Car Loads, at Lowest Prices, and
Freights, wo are ready to do
Busines with you all along
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Call and See our Large and Complete Stock. I
GILKEY BROS..
Cbiclcnslio.. Marlov. Duncan.
:.:.).. tj-j a lmittcd a3
or t.-Kilii lian terri
l ,-aU.'i -hed to Ok
lahoma in j-ieeei liereufier. There
i.- no iw; to ii.ic tii.it ujlia thing
i!-rit woul'l ii
have only t" lixJat vwi;. t congress
for a- Iiiiii.m Territory
c;in easily
It, is time
; v to lx;k
,'rl nogovtrn
ui.Si a v. rong.You
Best the
C'hickasba is Taken.
ha.-j ioin.:
aid Oii
lorenisi u.o l unif.
for the It.-Iia:i t'.riii.
Okiahoma is
' :(Kted and
:!!.! Btatehood
r lot ami tiie
vi.l.ory will
aJU-r ic inter.-'-!.
".U" into l oi:;; . i-hj)orr-d
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in likely to in'' I I is
llolJ of iht Ilioii .1
be in Ii.'; dim f.f.w! .
'1 1, :ifru;r of ;!'.. !:. . itory, as
alioiii.eat, town.-:!'.-, !., can lie
as .-;isi!y and readily adjusted
uinur htaiehood ls it can
uii'icr the -h;niie fundi i ion, now
existing.
I he Wagoner nv.v ;'::nt should
nioet thi! approvid ;.'id r-upport of
every eoinimiiiily in the territory,
if not by all the p j t, hy at
least as many as aiv anxious and
-wdi.ng to get fro::! r.'Hc-r the ex
isting eircuiii.-tam (. Has Chick
:i:r.i (rtioogii bi ppmU-rs of the
i!iivoinciil to get np s iM'X-lingi'
It is not a political (juestion,
but one that affects ail. republi
cans, cleiiHK-rats and o'S.
The M. Ii. ii i'- n iiroad has
rcducud its fare in Iho Indian ter
ritory from live to three cents per
mile.
The Chickasha Milling Com
pany are proud over the fact that
at Fort Worth, Texas, they sold a
ear load of their "Full Cream'' in
competition against "Pillsbury's
Best" of Minneapolis. This sale
was not effected until . after a
severe trial test,which resulted in
the Full Cream being chosen aud
a car load ordered. -Pillsbury's
Beet is regarded as the best flour
in the country, and has a world
wide reputation. The Milling
Company has reason to be proud.
ARRIVALS HOTEL EARLY.;
G W Hill, Kusu Spriugs, W W
Huntley, do; S T Uledioe, Aid
more; Chas Croy, Chicago; E It
Hunt, St Louis; J W JJeard , U wtou
P C Taylor, Dt-uisoi.; J li O Don
nell, Chicago; J E IVtiiplCon,
Sherman; L M Park ley, Fori worth;
V M Bottoms, Chicago; ) P Frel
ing and wife, Ok city; II L Jarboe,
Marlow; A J Maurer, city ; GG
Gcelfc'ng.EIIJeno: It I) We'.borne,
city; D M Wolf, K C; M li Talley,
Perry; T J Tirnmous, K C; I) W
Haines, Manhattan; Laird Wood,
St Louis, W M Needy, Wichita;
U Henry, A rd in ore; L 0 Ti:o;ap.soii
Dallas; John J Bragg, Shclhina;
J Ii MuLoui in, Lav. rt-nci-; S I)
Wilson, St Louis; U G Moore, To
peka; A S Mion, Dallas; Juo T
Hasgrove, Sulphur Springs; E V
Wurdwell, K C; K J, Crawford, 1
C; E J Crawford, K C; J V' Pryer,
Ok city; W Gillam, Dtnison; Ciaud
weaver, Paul Valley; Itobt Weii,
Ardmore; Win "i r , Dunci-.r; Tay.
lor Kiddle, Kt Jo.
At the Court.
SOS P. O. Stovers vs J.
Sjencer, vertlict for pltil. with
writ of possession and judgment
for 200 for rent.
SOI J. E. Kiddle & Co. vs II.
Guthridge. Jr-rv f;d!cd to v: nc.
.Sir: We, jour . grand jury,
leg leave to submit the following
report:
True bills in commissioners
court 30
True bills re-referred cases... . .r
Original true bills 20
Total true bills 55
Number of bills in com- '
missioners court ' 15
Of the true bills returned, they
were for the following offenses
towit:
Larceny 30
Larceny and receiving stolen
property
:i.!t to rape
i'tUe pretense. ..
;iv-'iiir liquor ..
Introducing and selling
li.pior
Perjury
Assault to kill
Resisting process
D i s p f s i r i g n i o r t gr. ge d
property '
!!:.' r-y
Viola lirir revenue law.
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BREAD,
CAKES,
PIES.
Ptienix Grocery Co.,
L. D. STONE, Manager.
Groceries,
PRODUCDE:
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We Keep Constancy
On Hand Everything
In the Grocery Link
1 Phone 28, Rikusup.l
sssaGoods Delivered Promrotly.cr
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Total 55
We have examined the jail at
this place and find the sanitary
condition as gooii as could be ex
pected, but would recommend
th."t u new floor le nut in the east
room, ati.c 'oor is very open.
Vi'e rf'-ommciid, aiier careful
inv-ligvtion tin t T. K. Liil'-y be
:";.'..-t; t'tl to o.'Ii.-c of Dc-putj
i';.ilcd 'dales Maraud.
D. N. G.MILAN:),
W. C. Pimm, Torcman.
Clerk.
Judge Adams, of Gajncsville,
Tex. is attending court la is week.
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DEALERS IN
Lumber
Southeast Corner
Courthouse Block.
P.B. MOOR, 3Ianaoer.
CHICKASHA,
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Short
Orders.
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Regular
Meals.
AV. C IlA'rSli
Phone 74
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Open Day and Nijht.

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