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The Chicka
:3, Monday Aygilst 3, 1003.
One door South
of the Postoffice.
Will be glad to see my friends
after to-day. B3
THE NICKEL STORE.
LOCAL NEWS.
Hunters cream flour at the 8pot
O.tih Grocery.
W. E. Trapp, of Guturie, was a
guest at the Koyal Saturday.
Boy Panola cooking oil of your
rcccr. It is manufactured jd
Cukkaedn. M
h.U. Jams, of the Mississippi
ttore BV Hush Springs, spent Batur
dsy ami Sunday with friends hercj
The Union lleaevolent Associa
lion will meet in First Treshjiter
ian CLurch at four o'clock Tu
d,iy Afternoon, August 4.
Wins Wuiieman, of Ardinore,
aister of Will and Henry White
iiiud, i the uuest of ber brother
in I'nickasba for a few days.
Don't forget the lawn party
with "Midway" attraction at tU
residence of Mm. Hose, 202 South
Kleveuth street, Wednesday even
ing. .
The 1'urccli mail Lack 1 avea the
post-jfliue at 7 a. in. on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday of each
week. Fare tl.oO. J. C. Evan,
proprietor.
All property owners are hereby
notified to cut the weed around
their lots and clean np alleja. with
iu 10 days by order of tun mayor.
J. C. Smith, C. of P.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilenry Wbitemao,
who have been spending a few
week among the mountains of
Colorado, returned home 8anr
iny. They report a most enjoy
able ouling.
Dr. X. M. Keedet'a oflioe it now
located over the Batik of Com
merce. All who wish to consult
him please call and pee biuj. tie
can iea his own medicines aud givee
no pieeoriptioos. dim
Since a child died from tbr effects
of mosquito bites in Devsv, I. T.,
this week, the work of olnsifyinR
the mosquuo a a uiru ui ivy emu
not be postponed any longer. -Kanss&o
City Times.
Mat Cook went to Anadarko
SatrirdBy morning, accompanied
by "Dad" Maxwell to appear b
fore the county commissioners of
Caddo county in the matter of a
6aloon license at Alley.
M. B. Lasley, who recently took
the plao of Mr. Gllpen as agent
for the Swift Packing Co. here,
departed yesterday for Kansas
City, where it is cnrrently rumored
ho will take unto himself a wife.
Laaley's friends are all watching
and waiting for his return.
T u. IT clsted an aired citizen ol
Chickasba lining id the north end
of town.is reported ill at his home
with diiiorrhea. The old gentle
man is receiylng every attention
and his many friends hope that be
will tspcedily recover.
Shea Powell, night clerk at the
Royal hotel, returned yesterdar
morning from Centralis, Mo.,
where he has been spending a
mouth's vacation and endeavoring
to regain bis health. Mr. Powell
returnci to Chickasba greatly im
eri in health, and will here
after be found behind the desk
in the day time, instead of at night
as beretotore.
W. D. DeVarney, general road
man. for the Topeka aud El Reno
telephone company, passed
through Chickasba Saturday
mornicg enroute for Hobsrt, where
he was called to look alter the
imprests of his e uployen, whose
ritv exchange and toll board
liurned in the b;g ore. Mr. De
V'arney recently returned from
Auadarko, where be had been oo
aslmil'ir raUsioo, and ri marked to
an Eiprees reporter that the new
towns along the Rock Island ail
seemed to be bnrniog op.
CHICKASAW
r ' r 3
H. C. Eeitz, of Bowie, Texae,
was a business visitor in Cbicka-
Shs, Saturday.
Judtre TJak hi is auite indisnosed
th last few days, being hardly
able to be at his place of bntiiness
The person who borrowed Major
Granlee's large flag is requested to
return same at once, as it is needed
right away. 1.'
J. K. Stroamder letnrned today
to Mangutn where he is buyiup
wheat for (be Chickasba Milling
Co., after spending Sanday wiih
his family.
Tne Cbickaeha Milling Co.
sprinkles the cinder lawn in front
of its officer every morning. Tui
keeps down the dust and make it
cool and pleasant a greater portion
of t'je day.
Monte Ne, Ark., and raturu
I'ickets are ntw on sale daily to
this point vis the Frisoo. $12.50
for the round trip, good to return
90 days from date of wale. Call on
A.C.Wilson, agent, for particu
lars.
The Molhalls are to be an
attraction at Lawton ou the date of
the anniversary celebration. Ii
would seen to the man who is
protid of the progress this country
baa made that outsiders wonld gain
a better inprcnMon of the great
ness of Lawton it the Mulhall
feature of the celebration wete
omitted.
For Sale: The Daily Express
desires to dispose of its old Gaso
line engine, a one end one-half
horse power Webster upright,
which can be put in tirst-olass con
dition and good running order by
a good mechanic with very luilc
work. The engine may be in
spected at the hardware store, of
C. P. Hollingsworth. Coll at tin
til press office for particulars, tit
C. F. Aubray, of Galena, Kan
sas, father-in-law of D. C. Lillarri,
contractor for the new fctsool bu 1-
diogs, has returned uotne afier
spending several months in Cluck -
ash. Mr. Aubray bad the nontiaci
for painting tbe new school build
iDgs, and did a most satisfactory
job. Mr, Aubray is in poor health
and has gone borne to recuperate.
Before leaving' he subscribed for
tbe Daily Express.
DAILY MARKET REPORT.
Daily Market quotations by
Guillot Bros. Commission Co.
private wire:
COTTON
Liverpool Open Close
Aug.-Sept. )
Sept. -Oct. V
Oct.-Nov. ) Holiday
Nov. -Dec. )
Spots , J
COTTON
N. York Open Close
Sept. 1067 1067-68
Oct. 993 990-91
Dec. 980 973-74
Jan. ' 978 973-73
Spots 1275.
GRAIN
Chicago Open Close
Sept. wheat 80i 793
Dec. wheat 80 bQl
Sept. corn 52 oil
Dec. corn 51 51 5
Sept. oats 341 33 i
Dee. oata 36 353
Sept. pork 1362 1375
LIVK STOCK RECEIPTS
HOGS
Chicago 32,000; strong.
K. C. 4,000; strong.
Omaha 2500; .strong.!
CATTLE
Chicago 23000; steady.
K. C. 7000; steady.
Omaha; 3200 steady.
FIQL'KE UT THE INTEKEST
od $5,000, or any sum, st 4 per
cent aDd it will repreeeut the
earnings. of that sum when depos
ited in
Tbe CHICKASAW
flit' ST CO. BANK.
This hi.-dilutioii ia establirlifid
on a sound 6uancial bsei. Fusi
ds is done in a careful, otitiv
ative manner which ensure?
absolute settinty for deposilorr.
TRUST Co
j;rn. teii,
I i if i i II V
- Jn T
1 II If IPS.
If u Telephone would save you
a half dozen trips a day it
usually savea people from three,
to tlx times that many wouldu't
tt lie an economical iuve&tuient;
A telephone in your house or
place of business cunts you let
than 10 cents a day. Six tripi
a day would cosd you not le,p
lhan ten cents curb, or a tottd ol
60 cenls. In a month this would
foot up tbe enormous total of $18
counting Sundays and all. But
soiue biuiness men " use their
phone 100 or more times a day,
Tbey co'ddn't do without it.
We'll install your phonefor
vou in a dav s notice. Uur local
exchange and toll 8 stem have all
been overhauled and placed m
first cIhbh condition. We guar
antee good service; prompt, cour
teous at'.cnliou. All you have
to do is '-ring up central".
Don't you think you
had better install a
phone?
TOPEKA -ELREHO
TELEPHONE CO.
LIGHTS
Thio sweltering weather is too
hot to think if binning kerosene.
It licuLs up your bonne, draws
bugs and ltiht'cls, the ltrcczo
makes the chimkky smoke,
and the whole effect is di.-agiee-
nllo generally, Hcfidea, it is poor
light. Why not try Electricity?
VVo will wire your house ami put
in your lights wlulo you wait, and
at reasonable figures. Once
tried you will never me any
other light.
THE COOLING
BREEZE
Winch comes from our new
system of Electric Funs is just
What your need to cool your of
bee, your bedroom, your parlor
or your home. This in a new
improvement, and wo are install
inir inriHi, motors, etc., every day
Bettor get one yourself. When
you can keep cool at a nniall cost
aud poBbibly ward off a spell of
sicknenis, it is true economy to do
so. SEE LS FOK KATES.
Chickasba Electric Go.
I'ower Ilouse South First street.
Phone 200
SOCIETY CARDS.
UHlCKAStiA CHAPTER,
. No. IT. R, A. M.
j7 Maau oo Ihe Sail sod 4tn Monasj
ot each month
. Hamilton, H. P
R. K, ScoiriBN, Seoteir
(IIKKISIIV LODGE NO. 5
ANOIIM OnDKK Chitid Wobkmim
Meets every Thursday Dlttbt In new A. O. TJ.
W. All members and visiting brothers
Invited F. J Couroier, Keoordtr
J. S. Tatmsn, M. W.
EVEKIiRKEN RKUEKAH LODGE NO, 13
Meta 1st and 3rd Ttauraday nlhu of eaet
monin.
Carrie Wlillamson N. G.
Mrs. Delia Payne, Seo,
U.B. CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
Metlst and 3rd Wednesdayof each mouth
In 1, O. O. F. hall at 7 S) p. m.
J. B. MoOUIRK, I'rea
L. K. MILLER lire.
MODERN WOODMKNor MK.HIOA.
Meets every Fr!da o,i,bt In A O U W Hall
VlBUIns mfmbero cordially Invited toattrno
N H rofrs. J S Talinan.
Connil cloii
CHII KASB CAMP NO. tl. W O. W.
NrptK the nri and third r'rldHV nlk-ht o
each month J M. WanMaint. ton. com,
J. K. b roili1uer, Clrrk.
Washita ai.i tv l,or,eNo
4'4 KillKhUof I'ylblas.
M'-ols rrv Monday nlyht
'n U,r t allr Hi.ll, or Ken
hll t"liiittiv's fiirnllur
.tore. Kit'ny bntlh'Mtur
dm lly t leco), d .
C M. M'Tcan,
t hntcihn Cipro.
J Howard Miller.
tUllKA'-HA Lol-
HU.H.
A. F. A.M.
Kgniar meet 1 rp
3rd Moodsy nigh'
of fa':b month. J
P. Otlniort. W. M
R, F. Scoftr, brc
CHICKAJ-HA LOOOE NO, 2. 1. O. O. F.
Mccia TiKSday nlshi
A. Height. B-cf.
- ' --i tllMOLA Y COMMA N DERV
'' t No. , K .T.
f '
Ween o the flnt Monday
i n'ght ol each moatb.
M. M BlATEBi., E.O
R F P r.yriRK, Recorder.
Those w.fbicjr some beautiful
diecriptive iirinted iLBtUr of Col.
orado should call on A. C. AVil
on, rioco sgeut, who will tke
leisure in furnishing .tie. Also
r-member thf cbeup rales via tLe
Fiisco tni tbe Short Rout.
68
mi
f
HEALTHFUL FOODS
It i a difflnnlt qut-stion with many housewives what, to
KJiiily th table wiih during the hot ammr muntbs. Tbe
s&mti old things get tiresome and don't taste good. Lot us
htlp you at.
OUR FRUIT COUNTERS
Are always we!! so pplicrt with tbe latest, freshest, moat seasonalple
goods. Fruuaud vegetables are always palatable in tbe cummer, no
matter u it the aiae of the irjermometor. Dome and order aoine.
SPOT CASH GROCERY CO.
Santa Fe-ThB
National
EncjmDment
San PrancisGO
GOL0RRD0 FLYER
ON THE SANTA FE.
Daily to Pueblo, Colorado Spring ami Denver.
Pullman observation and drawing room
sleepers chair car library 6nioktng car.
Leaves Newton daily 12:06 a. in.
Arrives Colorado next forenoon.
Through eleeper Oklahoma City to Colorado
Springs on train No. 18.
Qulcli luxurious oonven'ent popular.
Another fnt Colorado train leaves Oklahoma points every morn
tutf via the eaata le. LOW KATE KXcL'HblONS all bummer.
Jst for free copy of "A Colorado Sunimer'';
it tells all about rotation outings in Colorado.
F. C. ri'Stn.. Commercial Ages,'.,
Oklahoma City. O. T.
This is pretty hot weather to chase around
and get 'all warm" when you can get a
... MESSENGER ;:.
TO DO IT. FOR YOU.
ph one 43 WILL BRING ONE TO YOU
Notes carried. . . .10c.
Parcels delivered 10c.
Going To
Parties in Need of Anything in the JVli icir I inn
will miss a great Opportunity if they I Avlol 11111
I fail to Purchase while the Great Closing
$450 Pianos at . $375
$400 Pianos at . $325
$300 Pianos at . $255
Organs at the came discount
50c theot music. 5c to 25c
$25 Washburn Mondolin $16
$27.50 Harwood Mandolin$18
$25 Harwood Guitar at $17
$5 Mandolins at . 2.75
Don't Forgot
Next Doer
F.
310 CHICKASHA
DfflGlal RoutB
Special tram with Department
Comniandet and staff will leve
Purcell 7:00 a. m., Oklahoma City
8:10 A. MM Guthrie 9:20 a. m.,
Perry 10:28 a. m., l'onci City
11:45 a. K.,' Wjcdward 8:30
A. m., Alva 10:52 a, m., Ulack
well 10:00 A. m., August 11,
1903. Through Sleepers and
Chair Cars to Los Angles or Si-n
Francisco. Special will ttop at
Santa Ft Albuquerque, Iled
lands, etc. The Bame oppor
tunity to visit var.ous sections
accorded on these tickets. 1 ass
engers have privilege of return
ing via same route or via any
other direct route, without extra
charge. To return via 1'oitland
will cost $11.00 additional.
Very low round trip rate has been
made for 'this occasion. It in
your opjortunity to viit Cali
fornia at a pleasant season aud at
minimum cost. Will you seize itf
Apply to undersigned for fol
ders, descriptive pamphlets,
space in sleepers, and full par
ticulras. F. C. O'NEIL, Commercial Agt,
The A. T. &H. V. lly.,
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Quit
t n
This is Guaranteed to be a Genuine, bona fide Quit
Note my prices on standard goods.
.50 Mandolins at
Guitars
0 at
$4 Guitars go at . 2-75
$30 Graphophoncs at 22.50
The 20.00 tyno at . 15.00
Tho 15.00 kind go at 12.00
Records and supplies at the
same rate.
to Come Early and Get First Choice.
Remember tho Place.
to Cunningham, Edwards & Boyd.
Ml. DENTON
AVE.
Upend ft I'lsHBiUit half hour or fit
under the cool elenlric fna at th-
HtiailliL'ut. Billiaids. pool, bowl-
i g iin-1 all kinds of iced drinks of
ibeatason. A noe liue of cigars,
soda water, lemonade, ginger ale,
Ur. 1'epper, tbe uuest mineral wa
ters ou the market. Pleasant com
tinny, congeniil companions,
prompt courteous attention. Grspg
A Howard tbe proprietors, will
treat yon riht. dtf
Oft
THE SAVING HALF
of tbe family is generally the
feminine members. Mother and
tbe girls can usually put by a few
dollars out of their allowance.
The most secure and convenient
place for women's accounts is
The FIUST NATIONAL BANK
The management pays particu
lur attention to the requirement.,
of lady ciiHtomers andcan give
thorn valuable assistance in mat
ters liiiiim ial.
iii-;'"i' i.iu
ALL OVEIt TOWN
people arc talking alioul tbe qual
ity of our
SODA ATE Li
and praising it highly. Many
walk long distance to dr.uk at
this fountain because they know
I bat here can be obtained bev
erages of undoubted purity and
delicious flavor.
Our syrups are made from tine
fruits, nuts, etc., and high grade
sugar. Apparatus is scrupulous
ly clean.
BROWNSON'S PHARMACY
219 Chickasha Avenue.
Tehus or Tub TJ. S.Cocht.
The following dates ("r terms of court have
been aNi.ounod by Juowe lowuw'tid lor the
southern District of Indian Territory:
Ada. September 28 to October 17. 1603. 3
ireelta. Ftbruary i. to Kcbiuary il, liti, '4
week--.
TlMioM'Nr-o October 19 to 31. IBC3, 2 ecks,.
March 1 tOiOlfC, 3 week..
Cbick ash a November - to II, 1J03, tfwecka.
Match ii'! to ApnlS. lwi, I weeks.
Ktah. Novtttnbfr lti to -I, 13(0, ) week.
April 5 to to. 1IM I week.
PitcrEM. - November i'3 to SP, 1903, 1 week
April U to 17. 104. 1 eek
Pauls Vim.it -Novemhf r 30 to December
W, 1SI3, 3 weeks. April IS to Muv 8, 1MH. 3
vieekb.
Ahdmohe.-Oece-mbf r i. IBo3 to February
IJ lm. ; weeks May 10, liU, to ;
weeks.
1
iusmess :
Out sale is on at
Business Sale.
$1.75
worth 7
to $8
. 4to$5
store
CHICKASHA, I, T.
,tllllttOliMllt' O
m
m
None UctUr Tbun
The Cllllkatkp
CLUB
HOUSE
GOOD5
We are careful to always
till your order just as you
want it, and deliver it
promptly ; that's why we
please our uipjy patrons to
well.
Our well arranged stock
makes buying eatiy.
Mascot Grocery
Soccef.Mr to
Clary Uroctry Compuny.
Exclusive Agent- for
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee.
m
t
? 320 Cbiclaslia Ato. Fte93
m
m
HMi41Hlill MM
Cold TIRE Seller
One Set of Tires Shrunk
ON THE WHEEL
whilo you wail iri 20 minutes.
Shop two doors fast of tbe Grif
fin hotel - postothco block. .
J. A. JiOKNKP., Prop.
II. E. P1UCE, O. L. GKEEli,
Sec. Pkks.
Gommercial Club
Come yourself, bring your
fiiendx, wend tho ttrangcis.
A welotno to all.
Office In Pasicmlnt Of Fibsi
National 15a kk.
PROF. MOORE
Violin. Mafidolin antl Gnilar Instrcctor
AND PIANO TUNtn
Satisfaction guaranteed. Leave
order at Denton 'a Mnbic Store.
ij urn 1.4
Done Neatly by
GEO. S. BROWN.
405 Chickaoba Avenue.
OING LONG.
Chinese Restaurant
Short Orders a Specialty.
R.egula.1? IVTcjrvlB 2Bo
Wants, For Sale, Per Rent, Ltc.
WANTED
WAsren Washer, Btarchcr and
La lies' Clot tits Ironnr, hI odco.
Central Laundry, ill Chickasba
Avenus. 2 t
Waxtfd 50 cords of Cotton
wood; Good prices paid. Call at
Maltresa factory for particulars.
(1 1 wit
row h"l: J3
While Plymouth liock Cockerels
for (ale, bed bird in this couu
try. See Scott Jnnc. 37 ltf
For Sole. A 4-horse ttcum boil.
eritha two-horse eugn.e. Seo
Ray iron.
FOR RENT.
Tbe Express ha a good mifur.
nisbed ro'ira for rent over its otlice
Tbe rooui suitable d r !!ice
purpnfit, a elreptng pparttuertf,
or can be divided into two roonm
aud used fcr light lionet-keeping.
Call at thia rttlce for pariicnlasr.
For Kent,, Two roc, me over the
Cliickaw Trust Co. Hank. Ap
ply to Ibitry Whitensn Bt his
.Uice. if
For Rent One or two ronijia
over Daily Express office, luqaite
at this cfll cp.
For Kent. Good larye room,
for office purpoRt-a or light bout-e
keeping, above Daily Express of
fice. Call at Express office .for
pat tit ulars. dtf
MISCELLANEOUS.
Warranty deeds and ol he
legal blanks for eale at ibis of
fice. TAKEN UP
On JuV 23, 19(13, one black now
pig, three months old, with no
marks. Owner can get animal
within ten days by paying for th;a
notice, fori! nri r.l her PThcntHy
T, A., fcbsrp, 827 South. Sejocd
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