Tli8 Cblckashi Daily Express.
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Couipaiij of Fun vv'ur li
Coming lo Chickasha to Lccars
It Meatman IuveMiiit-iit of $100,
000 00 in building and block.
Mr WappleH, of the big groc r
firm of Wapplet-Plotter Grocer
Conij)Muj of Fori wi. rib, wa Leiv
yeMerdaj and bought ibe lon on
corner ot 3rd tt i --i mhI Cbociuw
avenue, ,ow occopifd lv F M
Dentou as a mu-ic tore. This
buildiiig will be uioeu off aud in
ilbpli.ce this company will t ree! a
two (.lory and bast im-tit brick of
0x165. lbebuildu., wil! be purb
d to uu early completion, ibe
contract stipulating not longtr
than mx month.
W L Sawjers will begin next
wet-k to put tip aniion waiehou.-e
ou the corder north of the Citizens
Lank, lo be 25x70 leet to be u.-ed
by thin Grooer company ana ware
room while tbeir bouse is build
ing. It is expected that this boue
will be doing business in C'hicka
eha by the 1st of January
This is OLe of the largest and
strongest wholesale grocery con
cerns in the snnthwest and
needing more room for their in-treat-ing
trade have ehoneu thick
aha us the )omt for a branch
The new building will have a
most eligible locai ion with south
and west fronts, and extending
back to a switch connection in the
The Express feels jubilant over
the fcffrtir and the who!e people
can rejoice over it.
Grand CLEARING Ou
Opposite Grand Avenue Hotel.
CL THIN I CLOTHING!
OW IS YOUR CHANCE! For the
Next 40 Days I will sell at Cost all
Clothing. A large stock of Over
coats going Cheap in this sale.
Mens, Youths, Boys and Childrens'
LSO ALL SHOES AND
BOOTS. Except those that
are Stamped at factory prices, to
sell at $2.50.
FINE LINE OF OUTING
Flannels, Original price 12
cents, are going in this
sale at 10 cents per yard.
Extra heavy and elegant patterns.
who wants these bargains will
please call and we will take
pleasure in showing you thro',
we will sell just as advertised,
we mean business and these
. goods must go at this sale.
WE WILL ALSO OFFER
to our customers a line
of 7 cent Outings for 5
cents per yard.
MUST REDUCE MY STOCK On
Account ot Insurance If you
want bargains for Cash Only I will
give them to you.
PLEASE DON'T MISS THE PLACE!
Opposite Grand Avenue Hotel.
In a letter from Sergeant John
J Williams, company li 32d U S
volunteers to an auu living in the
citj, he gives the following
praser as being the common oue
in nee in the arnij of the Phillip
"Our Father who are in Wash
ington: Bill McKinley be tby
name. Tne day has come thy will
be dene in the Phillipines as its
duueju America. Give us this
da aur daily sowbelly and bard
tack, and forgive us as we forgive
tho.se niggers, who try to ambush
us, ami lead us not in to China,
but deliver us, from the Phil
lipines and we will vote for jou
for ever and ever. Amen.
Torture n A W ittness.
Intense suffering was endured by
witness T. L. Martin, of Dixie, Ky.,
buforp lie gave this evidence: "I
coughed every night until my throat
was nearly raw; then tried Dr.
king's New Discovery which gave
instant relief. I have used it in my
family for four years and recom
mended it as the greatest remedy
for coughs, colds and tin oat. chest
and lung troubles. It will stop the
worst congh,and not only prevents
nut absolutely cures consumption.
Price oOc and . Everv bottle
siuaranteen. Trial bottles frae at
Mrown & Co'e drug store.
It is an awful hardship to the
gossip that there are only two
sides to a story.
From the tone of reports from
Washington congress at this
gesaihu is going to do some
thing for the Comanche reserva
tion. It is in the air and will be
an accomplished fact. There is
no need to lose courage over the
Comanche reservation being open
ed next spring or summer. The
Express has never lost its grip
and believes the country will
open on or near schedule time.
The Bepublican club of Chick
asha beid a meeting last night and
elected the following as officers
for the ensuing term.
J D Bridges, president.
Phelps, vice president.
Dr. Walter Penquite, secretary.
J C Smith, treasurer.
A resolution endorsing John S
Hammer as marshal was defeated.
The club meets again naxt Thurs
A Clear Complexion,
Is a sign of good health, which is
quickly obtained by use of Rex Tea.
It purities the blood, regulates the
kidneys and liver, and enrcs con
stipation. All druggists are author
ized to refund the money in any
case where Hex Tea fails to do
what is claimed for it. Price 25c
per package. Xov9 ly
"Yes, my boy," said the parent
to bis son, who was leaving home,
"even young trees must branch
out for themselves.
"I tried manv remedies to cure
piles," writes W.R.Smith.ot Lathan,
in., "but lounu no relief till I used
Bucklen's Arnicr JSalve. I have not
been tioubled with piles since.'' It's
the only champion pile oure on earth
and the best salve in the world. 25c
per box,guaranteed by Brown A-Co.
An escaped lunatic whiled away
hia time in Racine, Wis., by tak
ing the civil service examination.
Incidentally he took the highest
A Keen Gear Grain.
Your best feelings, vour social nr..
sit. on or business succcoa depend
largely on the periect action of vour
ssomaeh and liver. Dr. King's New
LifePills give increased strength, a
keen, clear brain, high ambition. A
25 cent box will make you feel like
a new being. Sold by Brown & Co.
Monday's trade with us was so
good, we helped the news paper
man and bU devil by saying so.
Mayor's Office. Chickasha,' Indian
Territory, December 4th, 1900.
Whereas, the term of two of
the city schtxil directors will
expire on December 15th, ll(,
the term for which they were
elected, and also the resignation of
another member of the board hav
ing been accepted to take effect on
same dute,Theiefore. I. the under
signed, Mayor of the city of Chick
asha, 1. I., by virtue of the au
thority in rue vested by law do
hereby proclaim, and direct, that
there shall be an election held in
the City ot Chickasha on the lulh
day of December, 1900, at the dif
ferent wards hereinaftci designa
ted, for the nun ose of electinf
one director to fill tho unexpired
term ot ;s. JU. Williams, resumed.
and two directors to serve for three
Said election to lc held in wards
No's. 1, 2, 3, and 4 and at the fol
lowing named polling places:
Ward No. 1, II. IJ. Johnson "s barn;
ward No. 2, at the crocerv store.
known as the lierry wood yard;
ward Ao. o, U.S. Court House;
ward Ao. 4, at A. B. Snow s lum
ber yard office .
J udges appointed to hold said
Ward No. I.
K L Glover. J C Smith. J P Cross.
1 J B Kclscy, W 1 LaniaMir, T B lj;fcvers
Ward No. 3.
A E Sneed, Wm Ionian. O Slirivcr.
Ward No. I.
Vim KelJoK. Thomas AUkisson. T W Miller.
In testimony whereof 1 have
hereunto set my hand and the cor
porate seal of the city of Chicka
sha to be hereto affixed the 4th
day oT Decern ler, 1900.
II. F. Scollern,
We carry the largest assortment
of any house in the city. . . .
Line under thm head will be repiivel at tL
rate of im t 'viii u Inn, (line coMuiei uintl ;
words) (ii'r day no iwiverUreiiH-iH ret-fitt) f.i
It n Uiii;i ten c tiiM. Muy tmtivuin any inaltci
or Idsi. found. Mtrayod. Moi'fi Ur it mil.
or for uuy pur)osv. w lib out dis;luy Hues.
F'OH 8 ALE. A Qeuriy nrw wardroN- forsa .
Also open up a line of
Holliday Goods in a
Short Time that will
please the old as well
as the young. . . .
Foit ."Salk Uiio ihii mule, f.vo
wagons ami licrncis.
Tnos U. liiii, n;.
W'aXtku 500 frmiilw lo pur
chase liollsts of K. L. Mel J iisoii.
WaNI'KI) A eolon'd man to
worli in Ik u-e mid do chores. A
steady place h ml prompt pay to the
rilu kind of a man A. 15. S.novv.
FOK S A L !: Pony , cart mid Imr-
niw, siiitahlt; to take orders, deliv-
j iS firori-rics or incnts. l'riee i.'!.
jjif taken at once. Jnipiiitf nt lliis of
rj 0. Found A lady's pocket book,
feM ! made to suspend from a belt.sonie
Also put in a full line
. . GOODS, . .
Ladies' and Gent's
FR O E3 EE S .
and will furnish First
Class Embalmer . .
Notice to Tax
Pay your taxes, on or before De
cember 8th, as thepeDalty begins
on December 10th
W w Beavers.
The Star Res tan rant inar. nnan.
ed will set regular dinner and sap-
I PRICES REASONABLE.
One door west of Carey brick.
W. N. GLMYGOMB & SONil
money. Inquire t kin office.
WANTED I'd rent I or 5
room cottage tnnn be in hrsichtss
condition, address Express.
L'Olt SAt.K-A ;cxll) Yllf.VO Jf.USKV
1 Cow wub cult in bt r cidc. lii', lure iii
A SXAP, if taken at once very
cheap, a rooming house. One
of the best locations in the
the city. Eleven rooms, good cis
tern, storm cave, three lots, hliade
trees, enquire at Erin House, cor
ner llailroad street and Kansas
Cotton Seed Meal.
Chicken feed. Anything you
want in the feed line at PonpuiV
Feed Store. King tip phone !'.
lfiO acres of Watdiita lottoiu
land dose to to,n n with tcneinoiit
house for rent. Apply to Jas.
Try the Grand Avenue fcr good
meals. W. L. McMans, Prop.
By using the Baking Towder
named 'Perfect' vou will show ap
preciation of pure food. Always use
tne 'renecr . w.w.iiorne.
One look at our windows will
convince you. Phone 50.
rvnewriter for sale on ea&v
payments or for reit.
to your wife: Rememl)ershe is just
as sweet and dainty now as when
you used to hold her by the band
ana looic into tier eyes and tell her
she was your only love, your heart's
delight. Half the petulance and dis
tress that makes vou so irribthlo
comes from indigestion. You can
cure it by taking Dr.CaldweJl'sSx r.
up Pepsin. It is guaranteed by K.
WANTED To buy 50 head ol
calves. John Wctls.
Lost A door key, finder will
confer a favor by leav ing at this
Wanted A typesetter, this of
fice, woman preferred.
Wanted An experienced i.nn.
grapher and typewriter waiitsa
pc8ttion,enquir this office.
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