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ROCK ISLAND TIME CARD.
eom aucan. J rge rug. Morgan & Gribi say they have suld 35 f these rug since July 22. They carry a fine line of Ingrain ami Wilton nigs in large size. We only want a part ot it. Most merchants wan', the world with a fence around it. We will be satis fied with the fence. Buy from his The stomach iH is our best Irieud and the nexi best is the ''Perfect" Baking Powder. It is chemically pure and assists rtijreci inn. .1 A.W'mv.Jr (organ & lirihi are having a Bale of km' good thin week I' will im yon tO rap and see their line of faeinators, food and botee. Kuv a bottling plan ; make pop, a"d iiint' mnnev. Onr plant 'a for Bale rheap. A Ciear Complexion. i of kmI Heaiili. wJi'cti is an okly i.iivmud bj u-e f K.-xTen I .uliei tin- onxfi, regu air. the k Mi.-t- .tint liver, mid nut con Hilton .VI druggists Hie author iz.-. I . ri-fini'l 'lie inomy in n MM when- U.-x lea lain IO do filial l- e!a!iuel for it. Price 25e ni-r usokage. 8f ly Die 'hielttt.-ln Steam Laundry bas made at raugeinenti. with D P Hawkins at the pnsi nfflee kh b book store in have hinndiy li II lit this at ere aud i be i-ame will b railed f.iralid del v. re.t t ihe flu-t.e iiirt'-i- l( 1 1 --' fell . raw,!-rs , n- s i ore j ,ieir I - o(j ! go to I cm i bnve i home if desi lll-lHiT. cheap r--1 - S Ini. F. i Thirteen Oiiginal Colonies. were left and they were preparing i to depart, liut they now resumed work and soon were cheered by fresh arrival, though unfortu- lnforcemenU were not improved, so needed 8mitb's iron handed au- to "overnment among them. Smith was injured bv an explosion of Uunpoivder and' went to England for surgical treatment, and once j more ruin settled down on Virgin-' ia. I Advenlu . or M polling i nc iortuur o.-cupams. j Once the luciaiia plauucvl so cuu luinyly that over three hundred Englishmen were massacred, Ik ifore they could Iw stayed. The explorers found toliacco in geueral use among the Iudian, and not long afterward they intro duced the plant into England, and in detiance of all commands of church anil slate, the demand for the weed contiuued to increase. I I. i I,., .i luutiiiA , .t mnii 1 r Ij.I. ,. . .1 111 I 1 1 1 U ' ' ' li' t Ul i 1 1' 1 1 1 v .- 'i ' iHicame the Virginian currency. Accounts were kept in tobacco. The salaries of members of assem-J bly and the stipends of clergymen ! were iaid in tolmcco. Olfcncegj irei )uinr-!icd by hues expresswli in tobacco. Abscnce froiii church uutt toe dehiKpicul fiity pounds; refusing to have his cl-lid l):ip ti.ed two thousand pouuds; eotof taiimif.' a Quaker live tboiisand; p uints. When the stock was uu- ituly large tue curreucj was c.e baied, so the Virginians corrected ibis tnoBetarjf evil by compelling every il:inter to burn a certain proportion of his stock. Ti.ey L-v. ii boU(t some wives with the precious tobacco, tor along m 1(520 1 aiMV ouujr women were sent! over and thev were paid for at I 1 20 to i 50 pounds of toliacco each, lue btal was then worth three smiling a pound. Ihe year be-j fo is ihere had iteen ninety young1 WtMUOP sent over lor wives and M- mn untuler ir the habit of in 1020 a Dutch man of war! landcl tAeuty negroes for sle atj Jamestown. There had been w hite sLery liefore, now negro s a ci y and slave trade were iOtfOduoaU I Tins year tue first cotton was uiauteit m Viiidnia, and the cul- lure of silk attention v t-'d to Virifinu lauu com n tor an assault on uu- In the lust month of the year of tbe May flower drew up to 'the shore oi "the stern and rock bonad coast"' of New England, ot their number perished from cold and hardships before spring.) This colony brought right along with them their women and chil-1 dren, and when the Mayflower re turned to England in April 1621 j they had, figuratively speaking, j burned their ships behind them, build their state. They treated with Massasoit, and obtained j jaceable homes for forty years.! They planted their grain, learning many 'sew food plants from the! Indian, a?i)ong them boing maize: fil st bitt oh the uiictivi. ':; i j an i-sachuse ItocheMer, ,.nd ewlaltHnbed Tun tinism i.i ca :. Jn 635 the gen eral court senteoeed Hoger Wi' llams to exile for pfOaehlDg di c trius that conflicted with puritanic teaching. Williams left the set tlt iiu nt in the depth of winter, and lived in the wood and with the Indian chiefs Mussasoit and C inonicus, for a long while. At length he went to N'anegansett bay and there founded a place he names 1'rovideico, where ho wel coniers of all Iwliefs, saying it shall' lie t "shelter for all persons distressed for conscience. ' (Continued tomorrow) l i lie 'ranil A vi :,!-. . I- Ml I good liwaft flakcl.ove to our s ile: Ki iin iuh.-r rhe i? jus' I as sweet ami diiinlv now a- slim inn used lo hold her bv the IihiiiI mid look iiiiu bar eves and tell h-r she ws VOUr onu love, oiii hero' I deliuhl H I f 'he pelulsaoe and di tress that tn.ike vim mi irrttaMe comet from indiL'i siion. Y- can cure i' bv Inking I)r ( 'shlwell VS i -lip Pepsio. It is guaranteed b K. Howard. We have sold inori Mint .fJtQpV in wisils and wooliv good I fata week than Mil lat var. heouie s nad 'em snd tKl''il Vrn to.. THE FA MOl'8 CorHRAS. See liie tihi-NW:ire MoMfJT IB piv'ngHwav wi'h a pnrcha-e of ft. BO or more of groceries bought at one time. If you wan' s good first class dinner go to 'he Grand Avenue. W I MtMaNv. Pr .p The purity of the Baaing Powd i named "Perfect'' U a guaranti against sallow complexions caused by indigestion. 12 3m Bny Hunter's eream flour at VV. VV. Hora'B. Go to VV Mattox for all binds asba Ai sell it al 2d instead of 5J per pon 12 3m. W. VV Houm Porebase 2 50 wonb ot irro ies from Mobley and be will ( yoa a nice piece of glassware War)f olamr) SALE. A nearlj new ani ilies -i pur McCJ'iiiton. ot 11. 1,. WANTED A colored man to work in lie use sod do chorea. A steady place and prompt pay to the right kind of a man A. B. Bm, FOB SALE Pony, cart, and har ness, suitable to take orders, deliv ing groceries or meats. Price MS if taken at once. Inquire at Ibis of- Found a lady's pocket book, made to suspend from a belt,80tne money Inquire this office. VaNI"KD To rent 4 i iom cottage mast b'.'innrst ihditton, address Express. FoTSaler A SNAP, if takeu at onoe Cotton S iing up p lor rent. I Vvauied Vn t jn i .t ine. I Ifrai'ber in i! typewriter w "J position, i i 'i'i - ibis offiee. ii, Kinpaou in For Nale Mirier Safa, on been in use two months, cheap dec 5 tf J A Rose. Lost A door key. finder will confer favor by leaving at Ibis office. Team and wagon t hire at thi office. decK vV hen you want your racers or driving hoes shod . no to Simpson. He doe the work himself don't depend on hired help. Satisfaction guaranteed. Owing to the nuinerou". re quests of tlieir ensi umrr. 1or gan &tinbi have di ctiled IO enti- nnile lo civ auav 'he i l.lnli'i i! rtrdrf ror ooofber ihooMi , jt'ne. hegun to giv. awa lb j phnto'i. I hev have enlarged I Kv-r n i - fi t -ire' ' The Fa rest Offar Ever Made. 'f i auj ill.' wiiii I ptipsTa, InduMntlOn. " ui -'iiini. li jor Heanburu, lake He l-:-- sta Titii- ' - it iru.'j'-' - are au thonz.-'l b; (be iuh'oi in i - ii i fund the IDimet ill ci-e ij fad lo cure Prii Ml' :. W age RelD'-ni'ei ini- mrm Kfl l)leiisia Tablei. Nvll Lawy D- P. SMITH. ARCHITECT j. j. bkiuiy, tCAB night or day. Stand In front of Saddlo Pock: "Santa CHRISTMAS GOODS OF ALL KINDS. TOYS, WAGONS, BOOKS and PAPERS of EVERY DESCRIPTION. Subscriptions received for any Periodical Published, at publishers prices. PARI ITHFRS' Short Fho Regular j Orders. 1 llu Meals, j I globe: L RESTAUPANT. W. MA i SKLL, l'roprletor. Phono "74 Open Day and Night. SIS 1 Takes P some pictures from orEX mx u mmii mkai.s am shout mm EYEKyTHIlVG insErson. STAR RESTAURANT. iaiii:h tahijo, Z. L- McFarland, Prop. LUNCH COUNTER. CHICKASHA. l l $ Ac vi b 1 U lt b li b tfc b b bhbbbbttibbiib(r m aiiiHMiwt ttnil i spgh.il .ittextios ufra J WtnWrt. TO .ILL WORK. I W. R. TAYLOR, TIN "5 2 -j n i te Postoice. !WW n fi t f i f i w COAL AND COBS! MfAlt sit r Piiney Liimp Coal. Arkansas Fancy hump Coal. DRY COBS n Hand and For Sale by Chickasha Milling Co. J. A. WARE, ISi 1 l'':J&ttt''&&G.&&$- H. E. MARTIN, i DEALFR IN HIR;moTTO "Do l ata ta Othtrs THE BEST THE MARKET Clause!" A FULL V LINER OFBI TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES, ETC. ROOK STORR. j .ft. v ' v- Mrs. M. 3. WESTBROOK, PHOTGRAPHER. pictures of Babies with ence. and Can make hand- p common faces. Try me. SHOP. 9- MY CHICKASHA. IND. TFR I ft q w i f f f f f ?ii fit Krery tHsly flee, bui it's -tinnd one tiir enext. ten' fiom. and thai hie If . ii li ou'll like it al Jp. Wholesale Grocer. FANCY GR0CERIE as jm WM Hare tftea so seta AFFORDS FOR THE MONEY. 14 I IK Vw M