The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 201, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 30, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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Chickasha Indian Territory Tuesday August 30. 19C4
DAILY EXPRK..-;S 'T O i!
He Can Sell
In the Scott Jones Addition
to the City of Chickasha.
Lots and Blocks
beatitiitilly hv.it. d on South West Hill
"vi i looking then!)- 1mih.nL of water to
t" !' l i l at a ill pili of twenty feet.
Watianty iJi-.l-. with cveiy purchase.
Terms to Induce
Purchase for the next thirty days only
25 per cent cash and 25 per cent.1onetwo
and three years with interest. If pur-
chaser prefers can pay all cash but no de-
ductions will be made.
Wright First Indian to Have
aWc Have Tor Rent 100 Acres Creek Bottom Land Close
VJE ALSO HAVE FOR RENT SOME
Id (. H -".!( tu t' pre
Allotment laud ..
as pi 1 tin. own. 1 -
; '!) in liucityof Chkkaha. We have bargains in Homestead and Indian
Absolutely all rentals will le collected in advance and proceeds placed
in u actions l'ublic Stenographer and Notary Public in office all times.
Will Not List Property Listed
With Any Other Real Estate
Scott Jones Real Estate Co.
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C. T. fcRWIN.
Bank of Commerce
OICO. V. I. ADD
C. T. I KW1N'
P. B. BRIDGES
V. E. CECIL
Muskogee Aug. 29: Brooks
Wright a quarter blood Indian of
Wapanucka Choctaw nation has
the distinction of 1eing the fir.it
Indian of blood in the Territory
given the right to sell his lands.
Indian Agent Shoenfelt received
yesterday from Washington an ap-
proved ' application removing
Wrights restrictions. This is not
only the first but it is the only
application which has met so far
with the approval of both the agent
and the Secretary of the Interior.
Accompanying the approval of
Wright's application were about
250 others which ihe agent had re-
commended be disapproved. Col-
onel Shoenfelt's position was sus-
tained in every caee.
The agent transmitted today by
mail 250 ; recommendations asking
that that number of applications
be approved. Not one was sent
containing favorable recommenda-
tion. However this is only com-
pliance with the policy the agent
; has pursued from the beginning
j But the land buyers still hang
on and are daily sending in peti-
j tions askiirg that the restrictions
j upon the alienation of lands by
full-bloods be removed. The agent
says their nerve is unparalleled.
The Indian appropriation bill
which contained the provisions for
the removal of restrictions upon
the sale of Indian lands became ef
fective on May 22. A portion of
the same section removed the re-
strictions upon all f.eedmen.
Talie a Receipt f
j I'or all money that you pay out and some people think if they
t 1 Ret possession of the property that they pay for it is not
M necessary to look up the title. Some people lose their Real
Kstate in this way even after a large payments have been made
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HOTEL MIDWAY 2
311 Chickasha Avenue.
REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS
l.ii tiling ill Skoit Oidvrs the Market Affords. f3
. . . n.r UV have the best Coffee. 9
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Z. L. iViCFARLAND.
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B. P. SMITH
Noth.n- MimoLs like Success. Therefore when you are
'.1 inM..r insmai.ee 1 careful to place it with an "up-to-l
.te" a-'.u v that has the companies and can give you what
uinly Protection. 1 Wlul U1H"
t be too true but act on it at once ana
r INSCRANCH with us. H nl" a 1onrt dl
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and see Us we can hkikc h iui m nvi
naMiieiit or asking yom
u pay ''ii' in
I'ne to find
r anv time fir p m
fi oii the cinba
Wc make Loans on Real D Kstate
fJX OiT.ce in Citizens Loan and Trust Company
' Citizens National Lank.
DWYER & SMITH
building rear of
WEST HILL HOSPITAL;
Special attention to Obstet-
rics and Diseases of Women
and Children. ....
DR. W. L PETERS
Phvfticlan and Surgeon.
"Around Jerusalem on a Douk
ey" by Chas. G. Murphy of Ok-
lahoma City. This very popukr
lecture is given at the Congrega-
tional church corner of Ninth St.
and Texas Avenue. The lecture is
full of fun and facts bearing on the
life and customs of the people of
Palestine. Mr. Murphy has just
returned from a visit through th s
land and will in his lecture give
some of his experiences. He will
wear during the address the cos-
tume of an eastern shepherd which
he brought with him from the hills
of Judea. Admission only 15c;
children under 15 years 10c. You
can't afford to miss it.
Records are kept about Real Kstate on purpose so that it
can be looked up carefully and so an abstract of title can be
made that will let any one know whether their title is good or
not. We make them and our charges are reasonable.
Chickasaw Trust Company n
J ABSTRACT DKPARTMlvNT. H
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Cheansy Bottling Company
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ON THE MARKET
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CHICKASHA IND. TER
g New Goods! New Fall and Winter Goods for Everybody 3
E We are daily receiving the greatest and most coniplete stock 3
E of Clothing Boots Shoes and Dry Goods ever opened 1 3
Er up to the trade of Chickasha. - . -
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SPECIAL FOR MONDAY:
About 500 new Fabion Skirts for Fall and Win-
ter. If you want something handsome new and up-to-date
theyare the finest line of skirts ever brought
We will have a big di.-.piay of Ladies Misses and Childrens fancy caps for
Monday- Also the biggest bargain ever offered in Chickasha in Ladies White
Kmbroidered Handkerchiefs. 20c quality for ioc. Don't miss the above.
W. W. HORNK
J. G. MAYS
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Evans, George H. The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 201, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 30, 1904, newspaper, August 30, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727326/m1/1/: accessed July 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.