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The Chickasha
press,
Vol. 1.
Daily
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WEE.EtaKh!5?8Rs , For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory .' Second; The World After. uJR$& ASupaRr;W
OVERCOAT
WEATHER I
Had you thought
about it?
Xortueis and Ice
and Snow ....
and so forth .. . .
Will be here soon
and where will
you be without an
) V Kit CO AT?'
Tho moat complete line of Coverts,
Kerseys, Chinchilla, Iicavers, etc.
-Squfiro yourclf niiast
the weather
See
THOMPSON THE TAILOR.
I'oalollice build til";.
A County Seat
Question Settled!
i.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court
Decided iu Favor of
CordelL
Guthrie, Ok., - Oct. 2o.- The
supremo court decided unani
mously todny that Cordell is the
county seat of Washita county,
and ordered that the next term of
the district court ho held there.
Lawyers representing llh Cordcl!
iind Cloud Chief argued tho' ques
tion in court. In Septeiiher
Judge L. McAtee convened court
.at Ck)inl Chief, Iho oil county
.seat, the Judge 0. F, Invi;i con
vened court, nt Cordell. A con
troversy arose find the two judges
adjourned court pending the set
t lenient of today.
Special Agents Removed.
Washington, Oct. 20. It was
learned at tho interior department
today that the secretary had order
ed Special Agents Hawley and
Reynolds relieved from duty in
connection with the allotment
work in tho southwest. Such ac
tion was predicted in these dis
patches on last Monday. The ac
tion is understood to have been a
direct result of the complaints
which have come to Washington
frequently of lafe in recrciico to
the manner of conducting the
work on tho Kiowar, Comanche
and Apache Indian reservation.
One of the- ' men is alleged to
have hel l religious camp meeting
m lit reservation. It is also re
ported hero 'that one of tho agents
declared without re.-vation that he
"thought tho government had no
right to allot the lands to tho . In'
iliano." This agent stated that
he had "conscientious, scruples
against carrying out the law."
' It is also rcjiorted here that one
of the agents created much dissat
isfaction in his camp by making
every man give him a title in ad
dressing him and also requiring
that the members of tho survey
ing corps passing near him shall
salute him.
Mr. C. F. Nesler, one of the
department insjiectors, has' U-en
place 1 in supreme- control of the
men, and it is understood that tho
department will not assign two
more special agent to the allotting
work. Xesler has lxcn found en
tirely reliable in suAi important
government work and to him will
be instructed the work of selecting
capable assistants in each of the
three ramps already organized.
It is thought that the work will
proceed even better than when
the Fpecia, agents were in charge.
A Big Burrry.
A Burglar Loots a (jrt d Many
Shops and Secures plunder
From All of Them.
Last night', after church an enter
prising burglar took iu the town
and secured plunder from nearly
every house ho entered. 1I t"it M
the city engineer's ofiice an eleva
tion. At the , barber ,hop he got a
hair-cut, a- anolhcY a s'i;.mpoo. At
one of the banks ho gru. the interest
on a balloon ascension tit another
ho ot notice of a j.:v test , and at
the' her took a draft on the water
cooler.' At one groc-Jfy store he
took the cream from n caa of bak
ing powder, at another the flavor
from a ciso of coffee. At one of
the bakeries lie took t be i Ming out
ot the bread. At one- dry goods
store he took the holes from a bolt
of lace, at another ' :took the
"swish" from all silk. ' At a grocery
store he took the condense out of
the milk. At a furniture store lie
took a look out' of ;t "glass, at an-,
other be tok a roll, out of the car
pets. At a hardware fctore he took
a stretch from tliq stretchers. At a
furnishing store he took the jump
from a jumper, and ' at the mill he
took the suction from a pump. At
the ice plant he took a chill. At
one print shop he took a form; from
another he took a pie. At the light
tdant he took a cry,' because he
! could not use the electros iu his
business,
Mott.M Don't be like the burg
lar. rat.roi.ize Tom. He lives and
spends hi$ money here.
The editor has been defined as
"a man who carries a pair of scis
sors in his vest pocket, a lead
pencil in his breastpocket, a note
book in his coat poeket and his
wealth in somebody clse'a pocket.
Ex.
v y-
DON'T
BLAME
THE
COOK
If the biscuits are not good;'
It's all in the Flour.
SUPREME FLOUR,.
IS GUARANTEED
To be the Best Flour sold in Chickasha,
, Or your money refunded. ' ' .
; HIGHEST PRICE!
HIGHEST QUALITY!
-
WHITEMAN BROS..
, Solo Wholesale Distributing Agents for above Flours.
i ARM011E, -HOUSES-" CHICKASHA.
Mrs, M, 8. WESTBROGK,
PHOTGRAPHER.
Takes pictures of Babies with
Patience, and Can make hand
some pictures from common faces. Try me.
fin
y ',; j
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SI. T. CAETWEIOHT,
TO. MCKEAY,
Gartwright & Murray
(Snccessors to CA. Horn.)
MEAT WiARKET, T
Also Dealers in. Cattle, Hogs ami Sheep.
We Kill Only First Glass Czttl
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THE DIG CASH STOKE, as
usual, right in the lead
Avith the -1-argest. Dest,
and Cheapest Lino of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Boots ever
brought to Chickfisha.
We have the Cheapest
and bct assorted stock
of CLOTHING L THE TOWN.
A REAL CALIFORNIA SUIT FOR
S12.50.
Real California Pants $0.50 and S1-.00. Can give you
A Good Suit $-1.00, SL5t and $5.00.
w
ftE SELL THE OLD RELIA
BLE HAMILTON BROWN
Shoes and Boots. The liest in tho World.
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N DRY GOODS WE ARE
STRICTLY IN THE SWIM.
A good yaivf wide Sea Island Domestic 20 yards for
$1.0q. A good Outing, 20 yards for $1.00.
Flannel De-Laine A splendid goods for Ladies hoiiso
Dresses fv ets. Can jrive a sod Standard Calico,
fast colors for -1.1 cts. Cotton Checks
$l.(iO. 'Vo can save vou inonev
va:
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