Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 215, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 14, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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REAL K .STATE SAL
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For h-xm to I'nr-k H'njHehoM (J.xhIs
Contractors and movers of
HOUSEHOLD GOODS and
Office i 3 North Thud Street
Next door to Daily Express
We have a City Delivery which
g's out twice a day 10 a. m.
auu f j. 111.
Platform adopted by the Oklahoma
statu democratic convention:
We the representatives of the demo-
cratic party of the slate of Oklahoma
in appealing to the citizenship of our .
We favor the development of every
form of manufacture for which our
natural resources so well qualify the
state. 's .
We pkoVe the passage of a roac
In the mat:
er of the
To all whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that I the
le jn ! underside 1 Lester L. Price admin-
state for their sutmort. do respectfully ; law that will enable the people
submit these priciples of self govern-j each county to provide themselves a ; Oration of the estate of Elmer John-
nient for which we stand and which; good system of roads. j son deceased on the 11th. day
ire of special interest to the cam-
We recommend the education of the:
i of September 1007 apply to the U.
IS. Court Southern District of Indian
absolutely essential to the ! f
Territory at Chickasha for authority
Rock Island Transfer
Cr Storage Co.
Contractors and Movers of
Hea?y Machinery Household Goods
Pianos and Safes
Light and Heavy Transfer
DADDY KUNK Solicitor.
L. DEuP Manager.
Kreitz Undertaking Parlor
.. Tornado Policies
At Reasonable Rates are Issued by
Johnson Building Phone 300
On all Kinds of
" Remember ;
7-1 C7 .
H. K. Wl-STLAKK J. A. CAMPBELL
WESTUKE & CAMPBELL
Centra! Contractors tor Cement
Sivkv" aiks Easement Floors
and All Kinds of Concrete
Work. Phcnc 493
OFFICE: Room 7 Short & Ismert
ClkLishs. - Indian Territory
as our platform.
In this .splendid organic law we have
carried out in perfect good faith every
pledge made by us to the people of
the state. We have made a constitu-
tion that takes the most advanced
ground of any organic law in exis-
tencejwhich not only protects the right
to life liberty and the pursuit of hap-
piness of the citizens but a constitu-
tion for the protection of the property
of the people against the stealthy
hand of ingenious modern monopoly.
Wo believe that as soon as possible
uui practicable the lands held by the
state for educational purposes should
be soi l upon terms that shall be ab-
solutely fair to the people of this state
preserving the preference right to the
lessees guaranteed by the enabling act
and to the end that such lands should
become taxable and made more
valuable and productive by the actual
We. believe that the funds derived
from the sale of such land should be
fully preserved and invested as pro-
vided in the constitution .
We believe that the present state
schools should be maintained and that
other necessary state schools and in-
stitutions should be established equit-
ably throughout the state.
('"id and Asphalt Lands
We f.ior the purchase of the se-
gregated coal and usphalt lands at a
a fair price to ho agreed upon by the
jtate authorities and the Choctaw and
Chickasaw governments subject to the
'approval by a vote of the people of
I thin state before the contract of pur
chase shall become effective.
We favor the fullest develonment of
nich lands in the interest of the
schools and charitable institutions and
the product of cheap fuel for the peo-
ple of the state.
We favor the immediate sale of the
surface of such segregated coal and
asphalt lands in small tracts to actual
Wo strongly oppose the passing of
the timber land and other natural re-
sources of this state into the hands of
the great monopolies.
of Chickasha Indian Territory. It be
ing the intention to self'said real es
tate for the purpose of paying the
debts of said Elmer Johnson deceased. 1
All persons interested will take no-
tice and govern themselves accord-
ingly. LESTER L. PRICE
Administrator of the estate of El-
A. L. Herr. atty. for administrator.
a P. SMITH. Preaident.
W. W. HORNB. Vice President
We believe we snoutf nr.ve the right development of this state and to the! t t to-v;t-of
local self-government immediately ; continuance of supremacy of the dem- j j fi ' . .. . 0(!
vvunout denial ueiay or evasion. j ocrauc party. e jneu.e me ii j
We belive the people of Oklahoma 1 to vigorously promote in every rea- j
should and will condemn at the polls j sonable way our pub!1.- school system
the efforts of those who are trying I so that this state shall stand in the
to defeat statehood for our people. I front ran kin the educational column.
We submit to the people of Okla- j Ecenomy
homa the best state constitution that! We pledge the people of this state
has ever boen written and in asking I an economical an ! faithful adminis-
tlie suffrage of the patriotic citizen-! tration of its affairs and that the
ship of this state wo firmly stand state taxes shall be as low as pos-
upon this constitution in its entirety . sible for the conduct of a state gov
ernment properly administered.
We approve the resolution of the
constitutional convention of March 1
1907 pledging the enactment of a law
at the earliest possible date during
the first session of the first legisla
ture providing for separate coaches
or accomodations and waiting rooms
for the negro race.
The question of prohibition has
been removed from partisan politics
and has been left to a vote of the peo-
ple in accordance with the principle
of the referendum.
Fulfillment of Pledges
In the .constitution which we sub-
mit we call attention to the improtant
fact that we have faithfully carried
out every pleJge made the people in
the last campaign. We unreservedly
endorse the action of the democratic
majority in its faithful compliance in
drawing the constittuion in accord-
ance with our pledges to the people
and we pledge that the democratic par-
ty if now entrusted with power in the
administration of the state govern-
ment will faithfully enforce execute
and cany into effect every principle of
sai dconstitution as adopted by the
people and a strict enforcement of ev-
ery law enacted by the legislature of
We hereby express our allegiance
to the great principles of government
aivornted by the national democratic
party upon which we believe the fu-
ture welfare of this republic must
We reaffirm our allegiance to that
greatest living exponent of democratic
principles William Jennings Bryan
and endorse him for our presidential
nominee in 1P08.
We emphatically demand the reason-
able and proper control of transpor-
tation and transmission companies and
the supervision and control of all en-
itcrprises engaged in inter-state com
We favor the improvement of the
waterways of the Missouri valley and
the establishment ow water transpor-
R mnul of ?..V:t;..ia tat:on wherever praet-.ca! throughout
We believe the people of this sover-the Union
eign state should have the full meas-j We believe that the patriotic ele-
ure f liberty enjoyed by the citizens .monts of the republican party are no
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It cures r
name or place
lieves one box
anteed to cure.
King ul ad buil
ompt'y any itch-
One application re
is absolutely guar-d-w
FOR LEASE COO acres of goo
farm land six miles east of Waurika
I. T. See Elmer Terrell Chickasha
I. T.T at Terrell's Clothing Store.
7-2.' d & w
. I. Pellplio
New and Second Hand
428 Chickasha Ave.
Cabs Furnished on
Short Notice Day
0. K. WMUl CO
LEE & SMITH Proprietors
(Til INMAN. Vice ptiwM.-..!.
t:n. v jrpvr.. w-iu-.;r
i Citizens 1! 011 M
CHICKASHA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Surplus and Profits $45ooo.oo
Your Business Solicited
B t. SMITH WM. INMAN W. W. FOR MR J.P. fHAKP
J. F. DRIGGERS J. C. DRIOGERS KD. F JOHNS
Account of merchant. on3nitiona and iiwliviouai. solicited. Hvery eourtay .ittendnl con.
latent with conservative tenV.iruj.
The Pleasure Resort
Pool Billiards &
"Yen Can't Loss Us."
L E. Emanuel. M. D.
J. 0. Wharton. M. D
Bargains in Buggies
Two carloads recently received: Joseph
W Moon Kibling Columbus Ohio makes.
"You Know these rjoods"
Call and see them
Buie Gr Wallace
318 Chickasha Avenue
of other sovereign states.
We believe that the various federal
bureaus established in this state
longer able to control or influence
that frreat political organism. We be-
lieve that the machinery of the party
DBS. EMANUEL & WHABTON
( to 12 a. m.
to 5 p. m.
to 9 p m.
!! Stair West of Midway
6 4-1 m
should be immediately terminated and j has fallen under the insidious influ-
that the basis of this bureau govern-. ence of the great plutocratic power
ment the restrictions on the sale and j and organize 1 monopolies of this na-
!ea? of land of our citizens should be 'Hon.
If You Want to lis llealiliy
Yoa will have to watch what you drink in hot weather.
The heated season is here
Drink Distilled Water
25 pounds ot ice costing 12 1-2 cents
of distilled water
our ice is made of double distilled aad filtered water.
Yoa caa get nothing purer-
' FRANK BROWN K.
We have added New and TJp-ta-Date
Machinery to our Plant and
are able to do any
Machine or Foundry Work
We make a specialty of Sash
Weights Structural Iron Work and
Job Work. Blacksmith Shop in
connection. See the Nix Corn
Stalk Cutter which we manufacture.
Robert J m Baze
PHYSICIAN and SUHGKON i
Special attention to Ey Fur Nosp Throat and
General Surcery Office over Brown's
. . .Prutr Sture. .
OfTire Phone P24
Pc-fthh'nce Phone 556
II. L Grigshy
Office in Terrel Building
8 1.1 Sm
A u I affarfv ii 11 fi rl
m mi Luilutifl ml ft i
Special attention devoted to Chron-
ic & nervous diseases and diseasesof
children. Rooms 6 and 7 Schluter
Building. : : PHONE 199
Miss Kate Remington
TEACHEH OF PIANO
RESIDENCE 1208 IOWA AV.
W. A. HOPKINS
has moved to his new
location JI3 South
reniuved summarily except as to home
;teads of full-bloods; and we favor
the immediate settlement of all tribal
affairs and the immediate distribution
of all tribal funds.
We believe that the estates-of those
mentally incompetent of whatsoever
race should be protected by our state
probate courts. We will take care of j
our own defectives of whatever race
or color and will not rely upon the
federal government to discharge this
proper function of our own state.
We believe that it is of the greatest
importance to the development of our
cv r"c ta rvA pnrfvt "ifnty sd
assurance to invested capital ard that
where complete security is afforded
capital will gladly seek investment at
the lowest rates of interest.
We draw a broad line of distinction
between capital invested in honest en
terprises and predatory capital engag-
er in tconspiracy against the proceeds
of labor of the American people. We
oppose the crafty corporations which
artfully contrive to destroy compe-
tition and thus fix arbitray prices on
the necessities of life and on those
things which are produced by our own
people. We do not intend to encour-
age predatory capital in this state. We
do intend to protect our people in the
proceeds of their honest labor. We
favor especial care of the protection
in the rights and interests of the la
boring people such as the tradesmen
and worr.on Mid children of this state.
We favor the steady development of
all our natural resources and espec-
ially of our oil and gas rei'jns.
We denounce and eondemthe na-
tional republican party for the lavish
use of moneys belonging to the peo-
ple of Oklahoma in the reclamation
service in other states and pledge
our members in our national congress
to use their best efforts to require the
clamation service to use the money be-
longing to Oklahoma in Oklahoma.
We belive that the vast contribu
tions of money by these special inter-
ests have given such interests such
power over the republican party that
a remedy for national conditions un-
der which the people suffer is impos
sible through thit party.
We appeal thercfr to evnry grtd
city who places patriotism above
commercialism happiness and the wel-
fare of the great body of our produc
ing class above the enrichment of the
few; and who believe in local self-gov
ernment to join us in a holy crusade
for the restoration of the people to
We enjoin upon the advocates of
democracy that they treat with sep-
cial respect those of our fellow citi-
zens who by environment affiliation
or by other reasons have heretofore
affiliated with other parties and we
urge them to use only sound argument
in appealing to their reason and to
use the force of courtesy and kind-
ness in persuading them to join us in
the great task of restoring to the Am-
erican people their rights to the pur-
suits of happiness.
tU W'lS Li fLi .r i a ..-'1
!T- ATT 7 Tlf T3T I
Ft ford Bond Alger Meft"
Bond & Melton
Suite 1-2-3 i;'rst Ntitiona'
E. F. Short Lawyer
Money totoan on r.l ar.d peracnal aecurity
SUno;raph and Notary in offleo P!.on. tot
ROOMS 10 AND 11
Reiki enc.i 1 'hone-Ei'-'-
Office -Ismert Building next to
- Contractors of all Electrical Construction Work. Estimates
plans and specifications furnished. Moters dynamos and ail
S elc.fical apparatus installed. Wiring and fixture work bell
;i work sign and window decorations a specialty. Electrical Irons
i svmuj uiuvu.kiv ti.uiiQ nu lucuitai cienricai appliances for
commercial and family use in stock. Wholesale dealers in wir-
ing material of all kinds. Prices right and orders promptly
r4 filled. We kindly solicit your" orders.
If a burn or a bruise afflicts you
ruhit on rub it on.
Then before you scarcely know it
all the rouble will be gone.
.EAREFOOT & GHB10HAEL
Rear of Chickasaw Trust Com-
John H. Vonable
Rooms 5 tni 5 Terrell buildiisg-PtoBs
449. Notary Public and Stenographer
TAYLOR & LINN
ia Do a Onrral Lw
Office OiMKwital Mid-
Br. ":rtla EI-&3
Diseases of Women anJ CliilJrea a
specialty. 313 Ckkkask Ars.
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