The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 191, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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Chickasha Indian Territory Thuudav. August 18 1904
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Long Term of School
Assured by Action of Council-
School Board Gratified
The finance committee of the
city council met yesterday and
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In the Scott Jones Addition
to the City of Chickasha.
Lots and Blocks
Terms to Induce
Beautifully 1 -;atul on Smith West Hill
overlooking the city. Finest of water to
to 1e had at a depth f twenty feet.
Warranty IXcds with cvtiy purchase.
Purchase for the next thirty days only
25 jut cent cash.aud 25 per cent. one two
and three years with interest. If pur-
chaser preftrs can pay all cash but no de-
ductions w ill 1e made.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
WE ALSO HAVE FOR RENT SOME
nice residence proj-crty in I he city of Chicka.-.ha. We have bargains in Homestead and Indian
Allotment land... Absolutely .ill rentals will Ijo collected in advance and proceeds placed
as ir the owner.- instruction'-. Public Stenographer and Notary Public in office all times.
Will Not List Property Listed
With Any Other Real Estate
Scott- Jones HeaS Estate Co;
A C. ADAMS.
C. T. LRWI.
Bank of Commerce i
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A. C. A HAMS
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Your HiiHiiH'SH NoIii t !.
See I). P. Saycr at Lank of Commerce
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Greatest Aid to Coolicry
With least labor riv! trouble it makes
hot-breads biscuit and cake of finest
flavor light sweet appetizing a
assuredly digestible nnd wholesome.
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Union Ceoier Items
Mr. and Mrs. Thonn; arc visit
ing their parents at Noble Ok.
Mrs. Ya;er and daughter visited
with Mrs. Willis Tuesday.
Miss I.ce Irvin Ii i id is visiting
in Chickasha this week.
Virgil Willis is home again. lie
iiys "there is noplace like home."
His many (jiendi are clad to sie
Mi.s Anna White was married
Sunday to a Mr. IJoswcll of Chick-
asha. Her many friends wihlur
ill the happiness this world affords.
We hope she will remain near lis
as we would regret to Khmj so esti-
mable a young lady from our midst.
Walter Dawson visited with liar
vey Widdifit Id Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaek.' attended
the protracted meeting at Freeman
hool house several days last week.
There was an ice cream supper
at . J. paw-sun's lat ic. . A-
bout sixty were i-resent and all
had a pleasant time.
The lnj'le Transfer and Storage
Co want to pack store and haul
your goods. We have a piano
truck for moving pianos that is
up-tO'date. lieu in need of haul
ing or draying of any kind call up
VJ ir ca)l at our office 2;?4 C'ucka-
SI44 Ave. H-i4euce iWuc sy3. tf
agreed on recommendations as to a
school levy. The following com
muuication from a member of the
board expresses the sentiments of
the board in regard to the matter.
JCditor Kxi'RKSS: The action of
the finance committee of the city
council in recommending a levy of 7
mills for operating exenses of the
public sch jols is extremely grati-
fying to the school board and will
be to all who are interested in pub-
lic education. If the recommenda
tion is adopted by the council as
it doubtless will lc it assures a
sevuii and probably an tight
months session this term.
The question as to the length of
the term has Ixen often put to
mcmlxrs of the board and their in-
ability to give a definite answer
has ltd to a more or less general
impression that the term would be
very short and some of our citizens
are contemplating moving or send-
ing their children away to school.
To all interested and to the public
generally' we desire to announce
that this is unnecessary as we will
have as before st-itedv seven and
jierhaps . eight months of good
school. The 4rard will Bestir itself
to see that ay departments are filled
by as conipt-tent' teachers as can
be obtained . and we expect people
jieople to-move to Chickasha to
send their children to school.
Everybody get ready for school.
D. B. Kmj.kson
Member of Board. -t '
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:ltraL'ts picparcd in this orlice arc full and accuiate. Ivvery-
thing effecting pioperty is set foi ther
Investors and others :will find these
ii of the greatest value. The imj-ortant jiointof all deeds etc. f "1
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are clearely set foith.
Our terms are 'mode-fate.
! Chickasaw Trust Company
S AliSTK ACT ' IU'PARTMEXT.
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Petitions - are lciiig circulated
among the country people south
and west of town asking for the
establishing of two free rural de-
livery route There is good reason
to lelieve th.it these two routes will
be established and probably .two
others north and east of town.
While the country jieople are
getting free delivery why shouldn't
Chickasha have it. The office
here is entitled to it by the amount
of business done. Every year the
receipts far exceed the expenses of
the office. At least five city car-
riers could Lie maintained at sal
aries of from 600 to $900 a year
and this amount of money kept in
the town which is now sent away.
It is true that the lack of sidewalks
offers an obstacle to seeming free
leliveiy but those who know
claim that if the matter were taken
up by our citiens in th proper
manner this obstacle would net
prevent us from securing it.
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Mrs. T. H. l-ast met with a
vetyseritus accident Tuesday af-
ternoon. She came in from he;
home in the country and drove up
in fro.it of brown's drug stoic just
as it K-gan to rain. In her haste
in alighting from the buggy her
foot slipied as it struck the edge of
the walk and . he fell. The large
lxne in the lower part of the left
limb was fractured. She wascar-
d in the drug store aiu! cared
for. Owing to the nature of the
injury the lone was not set at the
tunc. Several physicians wen-
ailed in this atoin"uti and the
bone was st. She is resting as
well as tmild le exjiected.
Mrs. Maggie Iceland and family
have gone to Sulphur Springs I.T.
and will visit there for two weeks.
Wanted 10 teams to haul brick
and stone. Iti juire of G. G. Zimmerman.
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- date' agency that has the companies and can give you what .
? you pay for namely Protection. Don't wait until you have )y
ff a Fire to find this to be loo true but act on it at once and
fp place your INSURAXCH with us. If in need of a Loud at y
Ij'i any time drop in and see us we can make it for you and save -y
ii you the ciubarrasmeiit or asking your friends to execute it.. Y
jt We make Loans on Real Estate.
I DWYER & SMITH 1
0fr'ct" Citizens I.oan and Trust Company building rear of
liv Citizens National liank.
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t ABSTRACTS of TITLEi
I Miller & Payne ATionsFT
'V.iA Comj.kte vSel o( Vp-to-date books.
Abslraetsof Tale Fin mJ.ed on Short Xoticv and .it V.iuu
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; Don't Buy Proper! Without First Having the Title
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HOTEL MIDWAY i-l
311 Cliickas'u Avenue.
REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS
Everything- iu Short Orders the Market Affords.
nip! Roc ins on ground fleer We have the best Coffee. 11
Z. L. MCFARLAND I
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XIatk Kim entered the Ko';erts
tusiiics Cclkge today.
THE YELLOW BARN
Livery Fee 1 and Sale Stable. Crncr of Eighth Street and Chickasha
Avenge. Si t-cia'.uieution given to boarding he-r-es. o o o o o
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Evans, George H. The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 191, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1904, newspaper, August 18, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730939/m1/1/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.