The Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 16, 1901 Page: 1 of 8
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The Chickasha Daily Express
Vol. 2 Chickasha Indian Territory Saturday February 16. 1901. No. 42
s&S&liKSs3.8 For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. e.uM SOTS? m9
ir Mr. Fan is n
In the east where he will meet the
Mississippi Store buyers from Texas
and the Territory twelve in number.
Their combined purchases will be
the greatest in the history of these
At our spring opening we will
show the largest and best selected
stoek of Dry Goods and Shoes
Ladies Gents and Children's furn-
ishings ever displayed in Chickasha.
Tnarked in plain
figures at one price
Ti Mississippi Store
Polite and courte
ous treatmen to
the trade chaiac-
Given Right to Sue Choc-
taws of the Indian Ter-
THE BILL IS INTRODUCED
The Committee on Indion
Affairs Has Reported
Favorable on tho
Bill and it Will
Allotment of lands in the In-
I iuu Territory is tilt long way
off. The- Chickasaw and Choc-
taw have concluded a treaty
with tho Dawes Cosnmission that
is supplementary to the Atoka
agreement and wfaich provides
among other things that the citi-
zenship rolls of the two nations
shall he closed oa September 1st
of this year. 1 here can lie no a!
lotment of course till the rolls
are closed and the rolls cannot be
cloeud till thai supnementarv
the treaty will oat disclose any of
its provisions and it may le that
when the Indiana eo it they will
not tte willing to ratify it and
there will have to bo another
reaty and another delay. Dcni-
That is What ihe Presi-
prior to the time opening thereof
by ihe proclamation of the Presi-
dent yet to be issued under
the provisions the acts of
Congress bereinfore cited are
hereby declared to be illegal
and no person who has hereto-
fore attempted or shall hereafter
attempt to make such entries
locations or settlements prior
to such openings by proclama
tion will gain auy advantage
tbeieby bnt on the contrary
the preference will be given
to those who legally enter upon
reservation after the same shall
have been duly opened. And if
this admonition and warning be
no sufficient to effect the pur-
poses and intentions of the gov-
ernment as herein declared the
military power of the United
state will be invoked to abate all
saeb unauthorized possession to
prevent sucb threat he ned entry
and occupation and to remove
all such intruders from said
The allotment of lands to the
Indiana of .the reservations has
ordered and will be completed as
as soon as possible and procla-
mation will be thereupon duly
made. It is intended that those
abiding by the law shall be pro
tected by u and not those who
disregard it and seeks hereby to
obtain an undue advantage over
their fellow citizens; and all per-
sous now upon said reservations
without express authority are
wsrned to leave the same without
This notice is given by direc-
tion of the President.
A Hitcock. Secretary.
J. B. CLARK. Au't Cash
W. A. liOHABT Au't Cub
J C. Hohaht. Pnwldeat J. A. BonAKT Cashier.
J H Clam. VlcePrenidenl.
Bank of Chickasha.
CHICKASHA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Capital. : $20000.00
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY $ 150000.
Offers to Depositors everj Facility which their Balances Busi-
ness and Responsibility Warrant.
H. P. Surra. President
WM. I km an. VIm-Pim.
Ed. F. Joms Cathler
Citizens National Bank
CHICKASHA IND. TER. .
Capital - - $50000.00.
SURPLUS .... S10.000.0O
B. r. Smith. J. C. Driggtrs Wm. Inman Ed. F. Johns. I. F. Krigtrt
W. L. Savyen. J U. TuttU.
Hanorar Natloaal. New York; National Bank of Commerce
Utreoant and Plasters. Sherman. Tex
Kansas City Mo.
Continental NatlonalBank. St.LouU
In Their Report They Klain the
Intention of the Provision as
(jiving Thorn KigU so
Present Their Claim
Before the Court
Washington. Feb 14 The com-
mittee on Indian affairs of tiie
nV.se has favorably reported the
bill introduced last session
aathorlzlng tho Mississippi Choc-
taws to bring suit against the
Choctaw nation of the Indian
Territory to recover their portion
of the lauds and properly of the
t'hoetaw Indians now residing
west of the Mississippi river.
The committee in reporting the
"The object of the bill is to en-
able the Mississippi Choctaw s to
assert in the court of claims their
alleged right as citizens of the
Choctaw nation to be recognized
in the partition of the lauds in
the Indian Territory.
Washtnnton D C Feb 15.
Alter reciting the clauses in the
ititied l conirros and md HfWl m the Kiovo ami
Indians. The makers 0f p'ouoee resection question
the following order was issued
Now therefore for the purpose
of protecting the public interests
as well is ihe interests of the
Indian tribes and to the end that
no person or persons may be in-
duced t enter upon said Lnds or
reservations where they will not
be allowed to remain without the
petmission of authority afore said
notice is hereby given that all
entries locations and settlements
upon said reservations as the
same hae heretofore been
established attempted to be made
Fresh fraits aots vegetables
and the choicest confections ar-
riving daily at Wood's 3 doors
north of post offioe. Call and in-
The rubber trust should have
no difficulty in expanding.
Pauls Valley Republicans.
The Republican club of Pauls
attey at a recent meeting in-
dorsed unanimously the reap-
pointment of Hon. Hosea Town-
send lor ndge Hon. W. B.
Johnson for district attorney
Casrt. John 8. Hammer for U. H.
marshal Hon. C. M. Campbell
for district clerk and passed reso-
lutions indorsing McKiulev's ad
ministration and home rule for
the Indian Territory and that
none but republicans should be
appointed to office for all the sub
Bread Cakes and Pies delivered
at your door daily. If ycu want
quality bread get it from
ALL WINTER GOODS
This is a money saving to
you. It will pay you to
purchase now even tho7
you nave to lay it asiue
for next winter; besides
We will have some winter yet.
Mens' heavy undershirts 50c kind 40c
Mens' heavy drawers 50c kind 40c
300 Men's hats at a great sacrifice in this sale.
It begins Saturday and continues one week.
Valentines of all kinds.
Remember them for next Thursday.
R.F.Scoffern & Co.
COAL delivered to any part of the city.
Southwest corner j3. P. MOORE
: Courthouse block. Manager.
Baby's First Pair of Shoes Given Away at
THE BIG CASH STORE.
The old Reliable HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE CO.
have instructed us to give Free of charge a pair of Vici Kid shoes
to Every Baby born during this year.
Muskogee Times: It is report-
ell that Marshal Bennett with his
deputies will arm this evening
with the twenty-eight Snakes he
has captured although this is not
positively known. Deputy Frank
Jones came up this morning from
Marshal Bennett's camp near Eu-j
faula and stated that it was Mar-:
shal Bennett's intention to bring
his prisoners up tonight.
We are Daily Receiving new spring Goods such as Dress Duck
Madras and Toile du Nord Ginehams. The stvles are all entirely new
0 this season and very pretty.
Among the new arrivals we have the New Embroidery Albatross
q for ladies' waists and they are right up-to-date. Call and see them.
Remember THE BIG CASH STORE
is headquarters for everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes.
J. G. MAYS Proprietor.
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