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Our
Millinery Opening
Will be pulled off
Wednesday, October 3rd,
Should you need a winter lid, and
we are sure you will, it wiU pay you
to attend this opening.
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Everybody invited to attend whether
you want a hat or not. We will try to
make it as attractive and pleasant as
well as interesting for you as possible.
Styles this season are more beautiful than ever and prices to
suit all. Attend our opening and we will show you not only
the most attractive lino of Millinery, hut also the largest and
Lest seleeteddine of Dry Goods and Clothing in Chiekasha.
Thanking you in advance, AVo are, "for good quality at low
, prices," Yours truly
NEW YORK STORE.
DEWS & FREEMAN, Proprietors.
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Lines under tills lit ad will be received at tbe
rate of Due Cent u lint;, (Hue. contains about
words) per day no advert itinera reieived Ur
Jess iliun ten cuts. fi!ny curitain any ina;.ter
tt lusl. found. Klrayed. stoe-n. ior sale, to n lit,
or tor any uuriise, without display lines.
ijlt SALE A (i.'O.) YoL'Ni JF.lt ii:
I Cow with culf ut bercide. liuj-ilre ul tin :
A liAK(iJNT. I.oIk 7 and H. IJloelt . tvvoreoiu
ilhuu-.e. two lots, food sbed atld Weil; 31, inch
Milehcll warou and rood team. Must sell ut
once. (i. L. lieieher.
ll'ANTEIJ TO TKAI'K A NEW 1st CLASS
It isiliKle seiutd I'heaton for a two heated
one. liiquiriat ibis oliieo.
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rANTKI) TO DUY A Cool) MILCH COW
M Kmiuiro. S. T. (iLASS at K. I. lepot.
A SNAP, if taken at onee very
cheap, a rooming house One
of the best locations In the
the city. Eleven rooms, good cis
tern, storm cave, three lots, shade
trees, enquire at Erin House, cor
ner Kailroatl street and Kaus-as
avenue.
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SPECIAL ATTEXTIOX GIVEX
TO ALL WORK.
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tie G hickaslia Daly Fxpress,
A. M, PAW80N, Editor
Wm. F. Ghanlee, IJuslncss MnnnRcr,
Published Every Afternoon, Except Sunday
Instructions About
Town Lots.
Entcrd at the Chiekasha I'ostellice us Second
Class Mall Matter,
SUJSSClilPTIUN KATE,
S ogle Copy....' Five Cents
l':r Week Fifteen Cents
1'er Month.-.; Fifty Cent?
Per Quart (three months) i .
Per Year.. Five Dollars
Weekly Express, per year II (
The- Letter of tlio Department
Relative to the Ardmore Plat.
The first bloodshed in the jjreal
coal strike came Saturday, when
miners and troops clashed. Hilar
tial law has been declared. This
is a very bad beginning and does
, not augar well for the ending
There is a good big sere over the
return of the plat of Ardmore sent
into Washington. The fear Unt all
lots must bo of uniform a'v.c, and
no one person can get more than
one, unle hk iii vs it. There need
be no worry. You will get none
unless you buy them, and besides
all of this there may be another
ruling before our limo comes. The
interior department is just taking
an education on Indian territory
affairs, and has yet passti tnc ruth
ments. Don't get uneasy.
Hadn't Chiekasha Ought to
Take a Hint?
A well backed movement is on
foot to build a $7000 hotel in
Manguiih" - This is a much needed
improvement and as Mangum bug'
iness men are in the habit of get
ting what they go after in the way
of improving the town wo expect
ed to see work commence on this
building soon. ilangum Sun.
This May be Meat.
We find the following iu tueliyan
Advocate of last Friday, and plead
guilty to not knowing anything
about it. c are not posted on a
non-partisan convention at South
McAlester, nor can we tco how a
non partisan convention or any oth
er kind of a convention at South
McAlester can have anything to do
with the question mentioned:
Kyan, I. T., Sept. 21, 1900
lo whom it may concern:
A;tr telephone comunicalion
Willi most of the Koek Island town,
T, L. Wade of the Chiekasha district
and myself of the lfyan district,
eacn oi wuoui were elected executive
committeemen of our respective
districts by the South McAlester
non-parnsae convention liaye deem
ed it necessary that some concert of
aclion be had in protesting agaiust
the locating of the 480,000 seres of
pasture land u Comanche country
along the Kock Island railroad. Iu
order that this may be done we have
decided to call a meeting at Duncan
Oet. 8, at 4 p. in., and beg that each
town will send at least one rcpre
eenlative.
L. T. Ill'SlSKLI.,
Executive Committeeman 4111 Com.
Dist.
Department of Interior,
Washington September 11
To the U. S. Indian Inspector for
the Indian Territory, Muscogee
iSir: Ihe department is in re
ceipt of a commuuicatiou of the
7th inst from the acting coninns.
.doner of Indian affairs inclosing
a report dated the 1st from tin
Chickasaw townsito commission,
transmitting a plat of the townsite
of Ardmore, and also a list of the
owners of improvements in said
town
The acting commissioner states
that the plat was transmitted i
rect by the commission and that it
is stated in its report that its re
port relative ta said plat will bf
transmitted through jour office
The acting commissioner also
states that the plat is not trans
initted by the Indian ollice for tb
departmenl'a approval, but for its
inspection in regard to a great
number of lots of "excessive size
that have been laid out by the
commission, and he invites attei
tion to a few of said lots, viz:
BIobk303, C00x33J feet, sched
uledns one lot to Monroe Wheeler
Block 413, 380x405 feet sched
uled as one lot to V Y Whitting-
ton
Block 125, 400x370 feet, sched
uled as one lot to J M Sheldon
Block 12G, 400x300 feet, sched
uled to said Sheldon.
Block 431, lot3, which is sched
uled to the Chickasaw Compress
company
Block 450. scheduled to Ard
more Oil and Milling company
Block 4C9, scheduled to same
company
Block 100, scheduled to A J
Wolverton
iiock I4j, lot 1, scheduled to
W. B. Johnson
Liock 2i, scheduled to John J
Stolfa.
Jdock 1, scheduled to J. D
Rainwater.
i-iock 01, scheduled to M. II,
Key
i5iock bo, scheduled to the
same party
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1UC uqmnmcni.s attention is
a so invi'ed invited to the fact
that in many instances thedimen
sions ot lots are not eiven. and
the acting commissioner states
that iu his opinion, where the lots
are of regular shapo the width
and depth should be indicated',
and where they are of irrezular
6hape all dimensions should Le
given
He also calls nttnetion to de
partmental letter of July 1, IS90,
relative to ihe size of lots in the
town of Sterrett, and to the de
partmental letter Aug, 18, 1900,
instructing you to direct the
townsito commission at South
McAlestor to survey lots in that
tewn in accordance with the in
sU'uetions contained in said letter
of July 1, 1899, which directed
that the maximum size of rest
dence lots should bo 100x50 feet
and the maximum size of business
lots 25x150, or as nearly that size
as practicable, ''having regard to
all the interests of the parties
residing in the town," and hav
ing "due regard to the conven
leneo oi jui uie parties iu the
astablishnient of alloys and
streets."
The acting commissioner rec
ommends that the plat be trans
mitted to you with directions to
instruct the townsito commission
to subdivide the blocks into lots
i:i accordance with the directions
contained in said departmental
letter of Aug. 18, 1900.
As suggested by the acting
commissioner, you were advised i
by wire on the 8th instant to
make no report on he report of
the Ardmore townsite com m is-,
sion until further advised by the
department.
Entertaining the views contain
ed iu the aciing commissioner's
letter, a copy which is inclosed
herewith transmitted for cornet
ection in accordance therewith.
It is observed that streets have
not been extended through a num
ber of blocks. Possibly in some
cases satisfactory reasons can be
given for this, (but apparently no
sudioieut reason exists in such
cases as blocks numbers 04, 77,
ll'l, 249, 257, 303, 30G, 431 i
432, 492. 493 and 528 ) You will,
therefore instruct the townsite
commission to change he surrey
and plat in this particular, unless
in any case a change will deslroy
valuable improvements, such as
buildings. Fruit trees and like
improvements would notbe deem
ed snlliciently valuable. If, in
any instance, an exception is made
to this rule, the commission must
make a report as to the facts.
You will advise the commission
that the map is not on too small!
LOST Ladies gold link brace
let. Tinder please return to Sad
dle Ilock restaurant and get reward.
a scale for photolkhographing,
but where it is indistinct as to
figures and lines ii should be
made plain.
You will have the plat submit
ted to the department at the
earliest date practicable.
Respectfully,
B. A. Hitchcock,
Secretary.
IS NOT APPROVED
The Tow nsitc Tlat of Ardmore
Has Dcon Kcturned to the
Coiiimissun Subject t)
Instructions.
. R. TAYLOR,
.TIN SHOP
3rd. St, Cpnosite PoMcs.
CHICEASHA, IND. TER. g
The piat of Ardmore recently
sent Washington for approval by
the interi u- department, has been
returned to the lowus.ito commis
sion without approval.
The plat Ayas received here last
evening and a visit to tho townsite
commission ollice today failed to
lovelop any further information,
as Col. Johnson stated that ho had
received no instructions.
However J. George Wright,
ndian inspector, is in the citv
from Muskogee and when seen by
a reporter stated that the plat was
returned on account of tho size of
lots in
lave to be made to conform h
the department rulings in reran!
to the size of lots l.efore the same
would be approved by the depart
ment. Headers of the Ardmoreite will
remember the provisions of tho
department instructions in regard
to the size of town lots, which
were published just before the
plat was sent to Washington.
These instructions provided for a
uniform size for lots and fixed the
dimensions, both for residence nnd
business lots, and it scciih from
what Mr. AY right knows of the
matter that it will require some
TJUe most complete stock, "
Tiie best selected stock, -The
largest stock, and the
Oldest Dry Goods House in the City.
CHICKASHA, IND.TER.
Mr
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We Must Sell Goods.
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CROSS .& CHEANEY.
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If we can't sell at our Price,
W e will sell at Yousr.
Call and see us, no
Trouble to Show
Goods. ;
ed 011 account of tho size of ik'j HL , 1) r-i -Ardmore
ami that it would $ Sfcra j
) be made to . conform wi li b kjLTfeSl Wtt&
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AND
Poliie Attention.
We find that they are material
aids in making sales, combined
with popular prices for superi
or groceries, we think ne have
a combination that is hard to
beat. Orders called for nnd
delivered.
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time tc get the plat in a shape
which will meet with the approval
of the department.
Mr. Jonnson says that if the
department insists on its instruc
tions as to size of lots it will re
quire an enlii-3 rc-survey of the
town. Ardmoreite.
Ranges, Cook" "Stoves and Heaters
that wid burn eiii.tr Coal or Wood. All kinds of Hardware, Tumps
and Windmilla for sale. Tining and Kepairs a Specialty.
With one of those nobby hats and
double breasted sack suits, together
.with .1 pair of our vici kid shoes,
you are dressed up and no one hurt
fniaiimlly. New York Store.
The RobinsorIouse,
A new IJooniirg nnd Lodging House, where rooms can bo
l had by the day, the night, the week, or month. Open at
all hours, rfoy or night. t IVices rcasooabld. Guests will bo made com
fortable as posbibl . Clean Bi ds, At the same stand, but the same old
man' Robinson, Manage,
MILLINERY
The Ladies of Chiekasha and Vicinity
are Cordially Invited to an Opening of
Millinery on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3,
I will be able to Show you the nicct-t
display of Millinery ever tl.own in the City.
Store Iloitm two Doors East
of (ir:ind Avenue Hotel
KING UP
THE
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1900.
MISS LIZZIE COPELAND, 1"
PHONE 136
National Feed Store
For Feed of all Kinds and l'rouipl Delivery
JJAGCJACE to any part of the City
S. P. Ingram,
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SiaoKe Ficliers Pi'eininm Be Cigar.
v, aauu j.viuuot union Made
f. cm- Aou will hU "iii. They aro (Quality Goals, ant
Ho
Try
hen you s uol.e 'cm ) ou are encouraging a home enterprise.'

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