The Chfckashs Daily Express.
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V eetiiy t-.ipre-a. prryear
Thin :ttiti'r ii"tfi m'xiu'
half milium did ar worth nf fl-.t
filn r ;i!iiilinll a t'l tr i Hint. m
r ti flhrr. Pl'K - id
United StMli-N nlmuNt wholly t r!
thu xffi! While th ftlu-r is hn
parted th United i4iii exp.r
Huitt'a export:- nevrral miliiri:. j
(It)llnrx' wurlli nffltxful crtki- ir
THE NEW CENTURY CLUB.
Uilien nf The N-w Omury
club met at the tnauuful home ol
Mrs. . C 8m th, on nonfb hill
Totwday after Deo. 4;h.
President Mr. (). M. HoIIingR.
worlh being kepi hwj on ar-i-nnnt
nf sicklies In the family,
the dab was called to order t j
Alrn. K. Hamilton j
Roll culled repondi (1 to with
quotation from various author.
Minutes were read aud up
Unfinished hnsine tafcen up.
Committee beard from.
A letter from Mrs tielwyn
Douglas of Oklahoma Hity saying
the ol ub would ooou be in Ihe fed
eration was read bv Mnt E Ham
The program wan hen takeu up
beginning with an instructive
paper ou Napoleon m General,
Consul, Emperor, h Mrs R H
Miller. Thepperv Mrg W L
Petera on Josephine and the oue
on Marie Louise by MrJ OSmltb
was listened to with interest
The program wa ended with
topics of 1 he tim.
A committee una appointed to
Inform the ones abs. nttotry to
be present at next meeting.
The following will furnish
papers for next meeting:
Miss Kella Chirk on The Revo
lotion of 1848. Mr, Oranlee on
The Second Empire. Mrs. A.
II. Miller on 'Reading jouruej
through France. Mrn. Florence
Grand CLEARING Out
Opposite Grand Avenue Hotel.
IOW IS .YOUR CHANCE! Forthe pE LINE OF OUTING
Next 40 Days 1 wm sen at cost ail Flannels, Original price 121
Clothing. A large stock of Over-
coats going Cheap in this sale.- cents, are going in this
Mens, Youths. Boys and Childrens' sale at 10 cents per yard.
Z 77 Extra heavy and elegant patterns.
L-SO ALL SHOES AND
j BOOTS. Except those that
saeu ata$2.5oat faWrr pries' WILL ALSO OFFER
- to our customers a line
EVERYBODY of 7 cent utin&s for 5.
who wants these bargains will Cents per yard.
please call and we will take
pleasure in showing you thro'. MUSX REDUCE MY STOCK On
we will sell just as advertised. I Account ol Insurance If you
. we mean busines and these want bargains for Cash Only I will
goods must go at this sale. give them to you. 1
PLEASE DON'T MISS
Opposite Grand Avenue Hotel.
Torturcn A Mittness.
Intense suffering was endured by
witness T.L Martin, of Dixie, Ky.,
before he gave this evidence: "I
ooughed every night until my throat
was nearly raw: then tried Dr.
King's New Discovery which guve
n rrntrnrA -ri. rr- . 'usiani reuer. i nave used l n my
BCrofford on The Kindergarten iam.ly for four years and Teoom.
nu uie Dome iraSntng of children mended it as the Kreatesi remedv
Having no further business the
dab adjourned to meet with Mrs.
. Hamilton Deo 11th.
Airs. Ed Evans, late of Prince
ton, Mo., joined her husband to
day arriving on the morning train.
Mrs. Evans was accompanied by j
tier son, Urville and wife and
for coughs, colds and tin oat, chest
and lung troubles. It will stop the
wurst congn.ana not only prevents
but absolutely cures consumption.
Price 50c and II. Every bottle
uuaranteen. Trial bottles f rae at
Brown & Co's drug store.
The Republican club of Chick
Lave come to stay. M. R Evans lhur8(iay D,'ght
thnl,lBtBn ; D8' Dec. 13tb, 1900, a the TJ. 8. court
lite oldest son is nn in I't-inni,, . . ' '
house for the purpose of transact-
.vu-tuugup ome unnnished busi- Ing very important bustness
ness and will be here some time fnii attnHan,. ia
this week. The manager of the J. A. Bridges, Pres.
Express takes great pleasure in Walter Penquite. Sec.
introducing these people to the Grand Cl.risi mas opening for the
good people to Chic kasha, as he children Tuesday, December 11th,
knows them to Ins honorable en- Wrile your lee to (anta Claus
t- : . i . ' Jll(l bring them with you. lie will
ergotic business people. Just the . A,i,.t.i,. ' 7 "
kind of people wanted in our city. a present, for all that come to see
. I liim nf Tl. V
...m. mw iiC air.
The Myosotis Band will eive an
oyster supper Thursday Dec. 13
A Keen Clear Brain.
V.lll. Iwot r..olin., ....... :.l
oegmning to serve at G p m in the sition r business success depend
basement bank of Cbickasha building.
largely on the perfect action of your
ssomaen and liver. Dr. King s New
Li fePilla give increased strength, a
At a regular meeting of the Rov. keen clear broin' hinh ambition. A
alTr.be of JoSPph last Saturday f..!? ?lkt JU fee,1 '',e
nfcrht. th. rtll-s " "L W rown A! WO
o unvniii UUUIUU OUlCeiS
were elected for the ensuing yeai .
Past Patriarch, W F Granlce,
Patriarch, N B Powers.
Vice Patriarch, WBaird.
Priest, D F Kendig.
Scribe, S O Mans.
Treasure, Miss E O Uaker,
Escort, II E Martin.
I C, R F Scoffern.
O G, W FGranlpe.
Monday's trade with us was so
good, we helped the news japer
man and his devil by saying so.
Head? for a Second Attack.
An old negro, evidently in town for
1lie first time, wearing a limp straw
liat, linoek-kneed trousers, and one
fcuspeiiiier, was ambling slowly down
tlie middle, of the dusty thoroughfare,
Razing in a dnzed way at the novel
scenes around him. Suddenly one of
those treat two-horse pvhi-. n.
dashed around the corner nt break-
Mayor's Proclamation. 1
Mayor's Office, Chickasha, Indian
Territory, December 4th, 1900.
Whereas, the term of two of
the citv school directors will
expire on December 15tb, ,1S00,
the term for which they were
elected, and also the resignation of
another member of the board hav
ing been accented to take effect on
same date, Theief ore, I, the tinder
signed, Mayor of the citv of Chick
asha, I. T., by virtue of the au
thority in mo vested bv law tin
hereby proclaim, and direct, .that
there shall be an election held in
the Citv ot Chickasha on the 1 Ki h
day of December, 1900, atthedif-
ierent wards hereinafte; designa
ted, for the nurnnse nf crtinn
one director to fall the unexpired
term ot JN. M. Wi hams, resigned.
and two directors to serve for three
Said election to be held in wards
JWs. 1, 2, 3, and 4 and at the fol
lowing named polling places:
Ward No. 1, II. B. Johnson's barn;
ward No. 2. at the crocerv ntnrA
known as the Berry wood yard;
wara jno. 3, U.S. Court House:
, T . 7
wara jno. 4, at A. is. Snow's lum
oer yard othce .
J udges appointed to hold said
Ward No. 1.
K Li Glover. J C Smith. J P Cross.
ward No. S.
JBKelsey, wi Litnciuiter, T O Bleetn.
Ward No. 3.
A K Snued, Wm Inman. O Shrlver.
Ward No. 4.
Wm Kelloff, Tboiaas AUklsson, T W Miller.
In testimony whereof 1 have
hereunto set my hand and the cor
porate seal of the city of. Chicka
sha to bo hereto affixed the 4th
day of December, 1000.
K V. Scotfern.4" ;
I WE ARE
We carry the largest assortment
of any house in the city. . .
Also open up a line of
Holliday Goods in a
Short Time that will
please the old as well
as the young. . . .
Linesi under tbls head will be received at I lie
rate o( one Ceut a line, (line cunluins ubotu 7
words) per day no ttdvertiHement received for
letia than ten cents. May contain any matter
nf In.'l tnimH .1 ... . . I u.... ...... .. . .
or for auy purpostt, without dli'tlay IlncH.
I?OH SALE A nearly new wardrobe forsa c.
Fok Salk One span mules, tw
wagons anJ harness.
TllOS B. lilt.UKR-T.
Waated 500 families ;o pur
chase houses of R. L. McQttiston.
WANTED A colored man to
work in he use and do chorps. A
steady place and promnt dsv to the
right kind of a man A. Ii. Sxow.
FOR SALE ronv. cart and bar.
ness, suitable to take orders, driv
ing groceries or meats. Price ili.i.
if taken at once, luquira at this or-lice.
T?rn,,t,? rr: 1 . urounu uie corner nt break-
iTDUkie Hatgbt IS resting com. neck speed. The reckless driver saw
paratively eay this afternoon ?he old mBn to late ,0 Rt0P his team,
. . but just as he knocked him down and
LOST rode over him ,le shouted excitedly:
A black pocket-book with some U
tearing name ,m wnere the wapon had thrown
rri. . mm, and quiet Iv askeil: t. . m.
lea v. it, .t C. M T?.,' " wV"-Meiiiph..
money and receipts
Dr. Chas. P. Brown is located in
Ins new oiiico on the 2nd floor of the
Bank of Chickasha. oiliue hours 9 It
11 a m, and 1 to 5 p m. Residence
phone, 75; office phone 154. tf
We thank you for yo'iir atten
tion on blankets, clothi nnr and
shoes last week, for we sure hid it.
We only want a part of it. Most
merchants want the world with a
fence around it. We will be satis.
fied with the fence. Buy from his
and save the world. The Fair.
Also put in a full line
. . GOODS, . .
Ladies' and Gent's
and will furnish First
Class Embalmer . .
Orie door west of Carey brick
Pound a lady's pocket book.
jtnade to suspend from abelt,8om
money Inquire tkis office.
WANTED To rent 1 or ft
room cottage must be in Uratclass.
condition, address Express.
PO SALK-A (;K)0 VOUNO JtliSKV
offlreW u"hcalf al l"e'cld. luuirc at this
A SAP. if taken nt nnon mr
cheap, n rooming house. One
of the best locations I n th n
me city. Eleven rooms, good cis
tern, storm cave, three lots, shade"
trees, enqnire at Erin House, cor
ner Kailroad street and Kansas
Cotton Seed Meal.
Chicken feed. Anvthimr
want in the feed lino at Do?K'inV
reedbtore. Iiinrr tin itbnno 'in
r I I
i.tl 2: iUK Vi. ft-' V
Try the Grand Avenue fcr good!
meais. vv . u jmcman.v, rrop.
By using the Bilking Powder
named 'Perfect' vou will show ;-
nreciation of pure food. Alwavs una
the 'Perfect'". W.W.IIorne.
One look at our windows will
convince you. Phone 50.
Typewriter for sale on easy
payments or for rent.
to your wife: Eemembersho is just
as sweet and dainty now. as when
you used to hold iicr by the hand
and look into her eves and tell her
she was your only love,your heart's
delight. Half the oetulanee and rlu.
tress that makes you so irritable
comes from indigestion. You can
cure it by Inking Dr.Caldwcll'sSvr
up Pepsin. It is guaranteed byE.
MO acres of Washita Imltoiu
land cIopo to town with tenement
houso for rent. Apply to jai!.
WANTED To buy bo head of
calves. jolin Wclgi
The Star Restaurant jnst oppn
ed will set regular dinner and sim
per. Short orders nt all linn
Wanted A typesetter, this nf.
fice, woman preferred.
Wanied-An oxperiene.1 steno
graphcr and typewriter wants a
pcsitiou,enquiro this office.
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