The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 13, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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The Giiickastia Daily Express.
THE TEXAS STORE."
make this the greatest Money-Saving Sale ever known in tl
1(S lbs l L sugar
One lot choice brown coffee worth :iOc
10 liars nod
The Choctaw extension from
Weatherford for 84 miles will be
work is to
ite and Tinware at
x? per loo lbs ar
ioOO0 lbs high patent flour worth $2. lo for
other lines at very low figures. Goods del
oz. 10 cent cans Bak:ng I'c
11)8. Our own brand N
ptly Vouc patronage t
The little enow we had the oth-
er day wont hurt an ad planted
in tbe Express. The snow was
good for the farmer the farmer
reads the Express and the ad
gets in its work. See!
The Oklahoma Times-Journal
of yesterday says the surveyors
will start at once on a new line
of railroad from that city to the
southeast. The road to the south-
west seems to be in the soup.
The Express circulation con-
tinues to grow each week show-
ing a handsome increase over
that of the week before. It en-
joys today a larger local sircula
tion on tbe basis of percentage
of population than any newspaper
in the Territory barring noue.
AH of of wbicb shows that tbe
people appreciate a good news-
paper and are willing to give their
aliout the country received a more
vivid impression than before of the
thrift and the enterprise of the
territories. The string of towns
on the Atchison Topeka & Santa
Fe railroad through Oklahoma
and the Indian Territory areequeal
if the- do not surpass any similar
number of towns of the same size
anywhere in the country. Thro'
Oklahoma the farming country is
cultivated much more largely than
in the Indian Territory because
of more settled conditions and the
greater number of people but the
entire body of Isnd between Texas
and Kansas has reached a point in
its development which certainly
entitles the people to a prompt
consideration of their demands for
Towns six and eight years old
with good business buildings pret-
ty homes and fine schools sur-
passing those of many towns of
eiieal size that have been in ex
iatence for years show how well
the settlers in that new country
Tbe Choctaw and Chickasaw. ' huV l"iklL The banks are full
Ti . a I
have made a treaty with the Dawes (OI I1one- Jl waa lne quem
Commission but they are afraid comment of Kansas City men dur-
f or the con ten U of the treaty to be iinK the trip that the stocks of
made known for th?fear that some goods in the stores were larger and
"citizen' of the tribes will kick j 'selected with better judgment than
the fat into the fire. A treaty th t is any they had ever seen liefore in
concealed from iiublic aaze is a Iabm. nf mrMinnaJlaa
To Reach a Mans Heart
Via the stomach is a trite but true saying and the ladies of Chick
ha prove it by demanding the celebrated pure Baking Powder
named PERFECT. It is as pure as chemistry can make it
every ounce tested by chemists. It makes good bread f om any
flour and makes it light and healthy. It leaves no residue in
tbe bread and you are free from indegestion and sallow skin
caused by cheap impure goods.
Remember it wi 1 be sold at 25 instead of 50 cli per pound.
Demand the pure named PERFECT.
-No Ioiipstion or Sallow Skin.-
Staple and Fancy
GOODS BOOTS AND
good thing to watch for at a rat
hole. It is not safe for the people
to be planked up against a conceal-
ed treaty all of a sudden it might
United States Marshal Ben-
nett of Muskogee is in recipt of
a letter from the department of
Justice at Washington informing
him that the Attorney General
has overrule :1 the decision of the
Comptroller of the Treasury re-
garding the fees to lie allowed
deputy marshals witnesses and
jurors in certain criminal cases in
the Indian Territory. The de-
cision of the Comptroller prac-
tically nullified the criminal laws
in force in tho Indian Territory
as it allowed the deputy marshals
no mileage for arrests made at
places remote from the places of
holding court and allowed wit-
nesses only ftOcts. per day and no
mileage for attending court. They
fared even worse under the de-
cision as they weie allowed only
$1.50 for rendering a verdict
and no mileage. The effect was
that if there were twelve men on
the iury they received only 121
There is probably no section of
land anywhere in this country that
is more completely utilized than
that extending from the Kansas
line down to the Canadian river
along the Santa fe rail mud. h
ery acre seems to 13 in cultivation
or in profitable use for pasture and
for hay. There certainly has nev-
er been any other area of land so
well developed as this while still
under a territorial form of gov-
ernment. These territories constitute a
part of the southwestern empire of
which Kansas City is the business
emjiorium and for that reason the
people here are deeply interested
in putting forth all the effort in
their power to help the inhabitants
of Oklahoma to secure state gov-
ernment which means an acceler-
We have just received a supply of
McAlester Fancy EggCoal
In the Market for heating and cooking stove
We handle our coal with a fork and burn our slack under our boilers.
Chickasha Milling Do
A new frame house on west
hill 30x32 feet with 4 large rooms
lined with shiplap canvassed and
papered Kitchen 8x12. Ser-
vant's ioom and wash room at-
tached. The house has two large
and two small closets well ar-
ranged. Frame Imrn 28x33 feet with
room for 3 horses crrriage cow
Before R. V. Sooilern. Mayor of tle city o
Chickaxha. Indian Territory
Clay Donovan Plaintiff. I
Mrs N C.IIran. Defendant I
and feed room- Hay overhead.
ation of tho growth of wealth and A good storm cave lined. Dug
happiness for the jieople.-
-K. C. j well with gwxl pumps. Chicken
j house 8x12 feet. Sidewalks
ct and if no verdict was
ached they received nothing
le decision applied principally
the United States Coramission-
" courts in the Territory and
most of the inhabitants in the
wless element its cUect was
ost damaging. The decisi n i f
io attorney' general will he
died with delight by the people
the entire Indian Territory.
A. W. AUSTIN If. ). D. 0.
Specialist in all Chronic Diseases
and Diseases Peculiar to women.
IVniianently Located in this city.
Chk kasha I. T
O ld over Ctttaeai National Hank
fruit trees etc
W.M. F. GRANr.KE.
ThU January. 14 1901.
K. K. HVOVrr.RX Mayor
by appointed attorney for
In the U
John K P
lted State Court In tbe Indian Ter-
ihem dUtilct. February term. lu.
drick plaintlf. 1
idant. Beroice i'edrirk. Is warned to
Job H Hons!? 7
Hand R Adams Dayton (). writes:
tonUsta' The requirements
of the last society season with late
hour promiscuous eating and ir- j
regular habits left me a physical
Wreck. Sick headaches incliges-i
linn and a sluggish condition ofl
the organs ware my daily torment j
until I tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup!
Yours trnly a household remcdv
' BaRflRaarPal& JErflEsar ' taaaeui
In the United Stote Cnmllnn
tbe Indian Territory. Seuihern lit.
W. S. Thaeker Plaintiff.
Cheap Excursion Rates
On June at Ji
Mug. a. tick)
Two Prosperous Territories.
at the Mini
best line of cigars
A fnll line of the eel-
A Stick n.-y cigsra.
The Latest Song
How it goes is always or Inter-
est to some but the condition of
one's heal lit should be first in the
line of conaHerntion. If you take
Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp Pepsin you
can't have indigestion or stomach
trouble. That iscertain. Sold by
the liiowii Drug Co.
will be .told by the
Return Limit Ori ji coo
BEST LINE TO DENVER
only direct line to coloiado
apead your oral
Robt. L. McOuiston. t
REAL ESTATE AND
5J Land Bought and Sold.
2 List your property with Jf
IROBT. L. McQUISTON. 2
This Space Belongs to
watch for it next week.
Of Furniture Just received.
We carry the largest assortment
of any house in the city. . .
A full line of
. . GOODS. . .
and will furnish a
One door west of Carey brick.
u m ni 7ivpn!
n. in uuniuu v
o OnM m
For tbe latest cheapest .tnd
handiest clothes reels go to
1 Barrier and Miller.
t W THOMPSON A. G. P. A-
t ohn 82batlan G P. A". Galeae
IOO A WEEK.
Pay for all the news in the Express.
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Dawson, A. M. The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 13, 1901, newspaper, February 13, 1901; Chickasha, Indian Terr.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728801/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.