The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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Chic-kasha Indian Territory Friday January 6 1905
Thanking you for trcide in '04 we wish you a happyprosperous New Year Stephenson-Browne Lbr. Co.
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If you arc looking for sume'limg nice in this line at a little 3
price you can be accomodated ri.ht now at our store. The prices 3
P we are making now will be a pleasant surprise to you as they 3
u will be much lower than you will extect to Cud them.- - - 3
Ladies Tailor-made Suits
all this M-ason's styles in navy
blue black and brown chev-
iot and sere. Our regular
jrice was $i5$i6.3aud$i8.
For the choice of the lot now
Our regular 11.50 and
$12.50 suits now only . . .
Some colors and style.1: as above
One only a very handsome
suit with .o-iuch coat made
of dark colored storm proof
material worth J2S.00. now
If it's a suit or jacket you are looking for 3
it will pay you to investigate our prices.
P. S. Do not ?orget our closing outsale t
of men's suits at cost.
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KITH ICR I'M VATIC OR PUBLIC BUILDINGS. J
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Thiid Street and Chickasha Avenue.
B. P. SMITH rrf.-i.l. rit
W. W. IIOUNi:. Vim IWdent.
the Ciiizens National Bank
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Surplus and Profits $2oooo.oo
Your Business Solicited
H. P. SMITH WM. IN. MAN V. V. 1IOKNK J P. SHARP
J. I'. DKIOUKRS J. C DKKHJliKS KD. F. JOHNS
Accounts ir mrrclumlK crporliop.i nml inliviilnnl gi.licitci!. Every courtesy nxtendl con-
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We have a large assortment
in tight and loose fitting
jackets with and without
stripes in medium lengths
ranging in prices (regular)
from S.oo to 18.50 made
by the Palmer (iarment Co.
(none made better) we offer
now any jacket in the lot at
25 to 35 per cent.
off the regular price.
One only fine Por De Soie
silk jacket worth J32.50.now
One only fine silk velvet
jacket worth $32.50 now
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WM. INMAN Vic PresHont
F.D. F. JOHNS. Cashier.
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Lessees Can Save Improvements
Affects 2000000 Acers
Muskogee I. T. Jan. 5 An
opinion which affects 2000000
acres of land in Indian Territory
was delivered by Judge C. W.
Raymond chief justice of the court
of appeals for the territoiy 111
which he holds that tenants on
Unds upon which improvements
have been placed which enhance
the value of the ground should
not be dispossessed by the United
States Iudian agent. Money paid
to the parents of minors for rental
cannot be returned but the lessee
is allowed to remain in possession
until a reasonable rental of the
land will equal the value of the
improvements he has placed upon
The case which the decision is
based is that of James S. lodd and
David M. Smith vs. J. Blair Shoen-
felt United States Indian agent
and Nitnron N. Coyle guardian ot
William Doyle and Myrtle Doyle
minors. Doyle leased two allot-
ments 320 acres to Todd and Smith
August 19 1902 the laud being
the allotments of his two minor
children. The lease is for a term
of five years beginning January 1
1903 Todd and Smith claim that
they built houses and fences and
dug wells oil the land broke out
ninety-five acres 011 each allotment
and spent $1890 in improvements.
They admit that the leases were
invalid having been taken from
the father who as natural guardian
did not have right to rent land of
his minor children without receiv-
ing anthorit3t fropi the. court and
they ctunot recover the 600 cash
paid to the father. They only ask
to be allowed to hold possession of
the laud until a reasonable rental
price will equal the value of their
The lessees ask an injunction for-
bidding the Indian agent placing
the allottees in possession until
such a time shall expire and Judge
Raymond in his decision grants
For Rent: Furnished or unfur-
nished rooms suite or single
Wells-Bohart Flats. 4-28
UR.W. I PETERS
Physician and Surgeon.
") Office 105
Phones: y Residence 106
) Hospital 143
Ilnn't Rn 10 IIot vm& U)
niatisni or lame back. We can
cure you at home lor less cx-
pense. We cure by removing
tlie cause asthma cured by
raising the ribs and removing
pressure from pinched rei ves.
Drugs will not cure asthma.
Are your bowels constipated?
We can cure you. All diseases
treated without drugs. Our re-
cord our reference. Phones:
Office 381 Res. Dr. C. Q.
Ray over Chickasaw Trust Co.
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A HIGH CLASS
Comedy Presented by W. B.Patton
and Company at the Opera
House Last Nihl.
DESERVED MORE PATRONAGE
Patton the Peculiar Comedian and
His Clever Players Please
Why is it that people will turn
out in numbers to see a 35 cent
show that isn't worth 15 cents and
and will turn down a high class
performance There are not a few
chronic critics and kickers who
continually complain about the
bum shows Chickasha gets. It
must be admitted that we do get
some pretty poor aggregations and
yet w hen a really meritorians com-
pany comes to town people turn
out in very small numbers. As
soon as the price goes up to 50
75 and $1.00 the crowd dwindles
to a handful. The public seems
to forget that if they want a good
show they must pay for it and for
the same show that costs $1.00
here they would pay $1.50 in the
city. If we are to have high class
shows the theater-goers must be
willing to patronize them and pay j
Last night W. B. Patton and his
company presented"The Minister's
Son" to a small house. It was a
high class production. Conspicu-
ously lacking were the blood and
thunder the horse-play the coon
songs and coarse elements. It was
a play and a company that would
do credit to any opera house and
please any audience.
Mr. Patton well deserves the
title the "peculiar comedian" by
which he is known. His droll
humor and the easy natural way
in which he enters into his part
at ence captivate his audience.
His "Simon" was indeen a clever
character. He was ably supported
by the other members of his com-
pany. Particularly praiseworthy
was "Mollie" and the heavy part
"Wesley Coles" was also well d"ne.
'The Minister's Son' ' is a play-
that apparently moves on slowly
and )-et it sustains interest through-
out. The comic and serious ele-
meut are skillfully blended in it.
Same of the scenes are indeed
Tonight Chickasha will have the
the privilege of seeing another
high class production. Shipiuan's
"Twelfth Night" with Charlotte
Burnette in the leading role has
been seen in the best opera houses
in the country. It is Hoped that a
large crowd will be present.
Civil Service Examinations
A competitive examination un-
der the rules of the U. S. civil
service commission for the position
of clerk-carrier in the post-office
ChickasV I. T. will be held on
the 21st day of Jan. 1905 coiumenc-
at 9 o'clock a. in.
Applications for this examina-
tion must be made on the prescrib-
ed form which with necessary
instructions may be obtained from
the. Commission's local represent-
ative at the Chickasha I. T. po-t-office
or from the undesigned.
All jiersons wishing to take this
examination should secure blanks
and fill chem out at once in order
: to allow time for any necessary
corrections Miltox M. Dkarixg
'Secretary Board of U. S. Civil
Service Examiners St. Louis Mo.
4 room house 100 foot front corner well and bain $400.
5 room house 50 foot froni well orchard close in 550.
i block 5 room house well cistern good barn one of
the best locations in the city $2000. block 5-room
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Some men "fire" up when approached about fire insur-
ance. They took out policies with fome "Wild Cut"
company presented a claim when a fire occurred and
could never collect. Now they say fire insurance isno good
Insurance that insures is the kind we deal in. The
standing of the companies we represent is a guarantee
that all claims will be settled with promptness and liberality.
Chickasaw Trust Co. Bank
CAPITAL STOCK 100000
CHICKASHA - - IND. TiR.
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Do your General Livery Baggage and
Transfer Business with
ID. 3. JPlvnt and Son
New proprietors at the RED EARN corner of 6th
and Choctaw. We meet all trains . - . -
Hacks for Line House at all Times Day cr
Boarding Horses Receive Careful Attention. PHONE 426
ID AIL Y EXPRESsf
j FOR THICK 13 MONTHS
JWe furnish you a Mail Box FREE. You
J save money by paying in advance - --w
REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS
Everything in Short Orders the Market Afford.
Sample Rooms on Ground Floor
We have the best coffee.
Z. L. MCFARLAND.
31 1 Chickasha Ave. - - Chiokasha Indian Territory.
Ghas. A. Stevens & Bros.
For made to order
suits ready made
suits waists coats
rain coats Furs and
Blanche Johnston Agt.
Phone 48. Chickasha I. T
ful home and
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When you want a shave-
go to the shop first door
east of Sigmon's furniture
store. Best of accomoda-
ALL TOOLS ARE STERILIZED.
Thorne & Owens
well orch ard and vineyard tx-auti-
good well barn storage room storoi-
orohard beautiful location ?2 000.00.
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Evans, George H. The Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 1905, newspaper, January 6, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732010/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.