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DR. WYNNE-SPECIALIST- Tlio medical and surgical diseases of the eye, car, nose and throat a special and exc'usive practice. Catarrhal diseases of the nose and throat treated. The suientilic application of spec tacled to the eye receives my atten tion. Chickasha every other Monday. Enquire of Dr. R. P. Tve. auKiio-im Rogers James, a ehoctaw In dian, has just completed a nice residence on his place six miles north of the city and says he is now going to live comfortable. The Great Shoe sale is now going on at Tho Fair we have them from 50c to $3.00 and are going to sell them in the next lew days to make room for other goods. The Peoples Friend- Hats, caps, (shirts and collars. Call before buying. McUaugby Bros. A ltttle child of three to four months of age. child of Mr. and Mrs. Offulter, living south of the Charley Wray place, was given an overdose of morphine by mis take. Dr. Stinson was called and after several hours labor saved the little life and the child is all right today. For the latest, cheapest and handiest clothes reels go to Barrier and Miller. Mi Ann e D. Wibley was a pleasant caller yesterday afternoon. At the Chnrclics To-Morrw. See the International Tailoring Co'b line before yoa order a suit. Cochran. We are to have a borne talent minstrel show in a short time. The Globe has just received a large invoice of velvets, all silk and all shades, and will sell it at 50 cents per yard. The Flying Lady, being ex hibited in the street beside the Express office attracts quite a crowd both in day time and at night. It is a moral exhibition that auy lady or child can see. It is quite mysterious and well worth seeing. Game, Oysters, chili at the Gem, Still they go, but we have more mens and boys suits. The prices are selling them. Cot'iiEAx. A little grandchild of Mr. Kin- nemur died yesterday of whooping eongh, with complication, i'lie sorrowing relatives have the sym pathy of many friends. Quit claim deeds, mortgages, bills of sale, scale books for sale at this olllce. Mrs. J. S. Triuibe is at home from months visit with relatives in Arkansas. Chickasha friends are glad to welcome Mrs. Trimble. Mr. C. S, Ililkius, of Mayfield, Ky., is looking our town over to day. Mr. Hilkins and our well known M. B. Cochran, are old time friends. Mesdames .Johnston ncd Brown are today, opening their conserva tory to he public. Their display of (lowers will be well worth going to eee. WANTED To buy all the tur keys coming to Chickasha. High est market price paid in cash. Pitt 11eikm:i:. It never rains, but pours in Chickasha. The erection of the Smith block on 3rd street north of Chickasha avenue, calls down tue soutu side and plans are now mii'if for ih' frei'iion of a bri' k j U t .ill '. Ol .'.lUlpilj 4 lCCk, l be 508) feet one story. Work will beeiu'at onoe and pushed to completion as early as possible Miss Emma ii-iiley was a plea ant caller today. When you want goods at the lowest prices don't forget that M. Jacoby's is the place to get them, If von want a ifood first class dinner go to the Grand Avenue. V. L. McM aX.n. Pro i Tlease notice the half pace ad of J. II. Cunningham, who is in the market to give big bargains. The Post Olllce Drug Store bus a "sleeping beauty'' on exhibition in their front window. lie is said to be hyponitized, but it looks as if such specimens might be hired at six bits a day at any time. was L N Ilornbeck, of Minco, iu the city this afternoon. The electric light power have had a break down and unable to run until repairs can be made which will be iu a day or two E. M. Dale, late Of Columbus Texas, will locate in Chickasha. E, E. White one of the chie tonsorial artists of Chickasha, has bis new residence about enclosed Dr. S. O. Marrs has his new dwfling ready for occupancy Mr. Will Dodd. who has been ill for several weeks, his illues on last Monday night, assuming alarming features, is now report pd as improving. The fever broke, but has left bim very weak. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hamilton Lave been with Mrs. Light all the week, helping to nurse and care for bim. The pastors of the city have formed an alliance a d will meet! Monday morning at 10 o'clock at K V Cameron's study. They have ar ranged for a union Thanksgiving service. Services will be at the Baptist church but sermon preach- d Kcv. W. B. Leonard. The ser vices will bo at 10 o'clock Thauka- ing day. Try the Grand Avenue fcr goo t meals. W. L. McMasn, Proi. The new Century club will meet at the home of Airs. ( hits. Ilollingswortb, on south hill, next Tuesday afternoon at 11:30 ocioce p. m., ana not at airs Granlee's as stated Iu the minutes of Thursday. Warning Notice. Ail rrrwm aro tiril(y wurnfd not tn hunt or I iap mi tnr n mUps 6111II11 north of Cliu lt.i- m All iktsouh luumi uuiiiimt in-.-reoB win be prowcutcU to Ihe ciuat of ibe law. Phesuvteeian Chuech W.D. Leonard, pastor. Subject for morning service. Contentment. Night, Our lives iu the light of 1st Timothy, C-7 Baptist Chuecii E. L. Com pere, pastor. Subject for morning service. The Sabbath. Young peoples meeting, 0:30. Subject "What intemperance costs our nation." Night service. Subject Salva tion. All are most cordially in vited. "Come with us and we will do thee good.' St. Ltjkks Chuech (Protestant Epispcopal) I M. Wright, min ister in charge. Mormug prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. Evening prayer and service at 4:45. Sunday school at D:4C a. m. All are cordially in vited. In the new church build ing, one block south of Chick asha avenue. Christian Chuech No re gular pastor. Services every night until fur ther notice. Subject tonight, Saturday, Melchesiedc. Services tomorrow at 11 o'clock, and at night. Suuday School at 10 o'clock a. in. Methomst Chuech E. D. Cameron, pastor. Services at 11 o'clock a. m. Subject "Justification by faith only." Night service, 7 o'clock .... j - p. m. subject "lue oiooa oij Jesus Christ." Members received at morning service. Come out. Men's boy's and chil dren's clothing and overcoats goiag at half price at the The Big Cash Store. Come and get a bargain. . J G- Mays. Sporting goods at tho Fair. The two daily fast trains on the Choctaw route make direct con nection at Memphis for all points iu the east aud southeast. The Star Restaurant jnst open ed will set regular dinner and sup per. Short orders at all hours. Have you seen the large assort mcut of men's hats, strictly up-to-date. "The Fair." mm MORGAN & GRIBI. YOUR GREAT SAVING SALE THIS WEEK. "We intend to save you money this week, v Every customer we have this week will save at least 10 per cent on her purchase. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! All kinds of Ladies and Children's shoes in broken lines. Your choice, 75 cts a pair. These shoes we have been selling for $1.25 and $1.50. Call and see them; perhaps we have your size. They are on our bargain table. Ladies Dong, Kid Button, pat. leather tip, were $1.50, now 75c. Ladies Dong. Goat Lace, pat. leather tip, all sizes, were $1.50, now 75c. Hi On CALICOS! CALICOS! CALICOS! We have a large assortment of fine Calico of a very good weight, and nice patterns. "Will put them on sale this week at 4c. MORGAN & GRIBI, w Hi Ob j jmsgg-ji L. 1 Ipyi'.'ia "" j!;;,'.TlrJ u nnn PAFT STOCK IS ! ATTRACT! ATTEHTIDN. Mrs. M. S. WESTBROOK, PHOTGRAPHER. Takes pictures of Babies with Patience, and Can make hand some pictures from common faces. Try me. PiCtlB TheJRosorHuse JZ. A new Rooming and Lodging House, where rooms can bt had by the day, the night, the week, or month. Open at all hours, day or night. Prices reasonible. Guests will be made conv fortible as possible Clean Beds, At the same stand, but the same old man. E, Robinson, Manager, r w v w ' aJS ? iZk &U a& 3 Bros. IcGaughy Ger)is F6rr)ish)ir)g Goods, m IS We enjoyed a fine trade last week, but we want you to come ognin. o we place our special sale all onr line of skirts. Laides skirts and waists. Get the price before you buy. Cochran. Eastern Star Will meet next Monday even Ing, Alt members are requested to be present. 51 H W El B B ft m Suits for men, $4.ou to $15. oo. Overcoats, 6,oo to 14.oo. Pants, all sizes, 75c to 5.oo. Shirts, woolen, 75c to 3.oo.- Hats, Caps, Gloves, Neckwear, Hosiery and Notions. Quilts and Blankets, $1 to$9.oo. Boots and Shoes, $1 to $5.oo. Groceries. Kansas High Patent Flour. BEST IN THE MARKET. Mocha and Java Coffee-Best Made.' CALL'PHONEI-46. MCGAUGHY BROS. m m m m AND IT DESERVES it too, for. certainly it is not only the "best that we have ever shown,but also super ior to any other in this locality. No dealer will show better styles in Fall Dry Goods or quote lower prices. We always invite in spection and compar ison and in every in stance can offer good inducements to trade here. O X o I HI z rj m nr 3J Y WW1 1 o o m z o CO m m c V) DO YOU SMOKE? Fischer's Premium Cigars, if not why not try tbem; tbey are the on ly baud made 5 cent cigar on this market, made of finest quality of tobaccos, as sweet as a uut. Tbey please many smokers may be tbey will please you. See that you get Fischer's Premium when you ask for them. I uu r A f 2 r Jfc Go to Irwin's Photo Gallery for pictures. Any style. All work guaranteed. oi take no i h.vxcks when suffering with a cold, Lagrippe, or Neuralgia by taking Bromoline. as it wiil cure any case in one day. All druggists are authorized to re fund your money in any case it tails to . cure. Price cents pei package. Itcincmbcr tho name, Bromoline, Nov 9 ly ! Regular Meals. Short VpUn Orders. 1 lib 3 L O B E RESTAURANT. IIATSELL, Proprietor. Open Day and Night W. C Phone 74 A m m m M W Druggist Morgan of Crawford. ViPe, lud.,says! Ur.CaldwelPs Syi unPepsin is is 8 medicine 1 cau con scientiously recomuiend as it does just what you claim. It is the best laxativel ever saw.SoldbyE.IIoward See them, they are new. "What?'' Our display of dishes and glassware- Ihe taf, OYElfcOATpii'it, and blankets, All first quality. McUaughy Bros, 9t ,5 u -Jft -Js w'jS -B W vS 3 i '-5 -Jk . r. T. SHELL "S GEO. KEMP. 'g KEMP & SHELL, (? DEALERS IN S Staple and Fancy Groceries, Feed of all kinds. JJ Prompt Delivery, jPHONE 82. Main Store Bld'g.Jg ' i- t ST 2? 5 SE J. Sf 5. S: y. i S' 2 tr iU Hi ii) H. E. SViARTirsS, DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Crfl MOTTO "Do I'ulo to Others as jou Would Have them da unto job." THE BEST TUE MARKET AFFOUDS FOIL THE 2I0XEY.