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The Chickasha Daily Express
s "Vol. 1 Chickasha, Indian Territory. Thursday December 37, 1900. NoJT5 w&?bSiY.hi89es For Chickasha First; The Vidian Territory Secorid; The World After. E.ub?i&d h5f 1900 ttiei". Mt,tj.y..MnMMnManiiwMpnnnnnawMws Here's Hoping Your Stockings will all be lull This Christmas. EMERSON, Vhoes and Satisfaction. THOMPSON THE TAILOR. MM. The Chickasha 7 Electric Light and Power company, KiHTS nut m stores andf I. LA reiili net-. I'r ice- application. . . . TOM IRVING, i' Prorietor. Oil l'ntrl acd Mfe fur tbc ft V I SADDLE ROCK : ) m 9? yHUtf. HALS AND EBON ORDERS. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Thirteen Original Colonies. By amember of Sorosis.j Massachusetts continued to drive out her heretics. Kbode Is land took them in. Williams ob tained a grant of land from the Indians and endeavored to deal justly with both the red men and whites. Thus was founded the colony of Khode Island, a state that has no taint of persecution their religion. Vot.;1 by ballot under certain restrict!"- ? became customary in Massacrn w- Vir ginia had her asseml''imposeil of two burgesses elect'or svim each town. Both of these t whi,nJ'B ported colleges withm're crowded, v years from the time a. den bq formed, and MWPhujrttM A Connecticut had a system v" n mon schools inaugurated. .prfoe Plymouth company granted an ex Go to Irwiu's Photo Gallery foi pictures. Any style. AH work Kuaranleed. . Get your Son venter Indian pic lures at Irwin'a Pk'e'o Gallery the argest collection 'in tbe Indian Tor. Warning Order niled Stales eonr In the Indian Ter itntrn District.. Kteruaiy Teroi.lM on her statute look. Roger Wil-1 tensive tract of land in north easi liams cherished a very forgiving spirit, and often put his life in peril for his enemies. Now the grountl was broken by the success of the colonies planted at Jamestown and New Plymouth, it was much easier for others to follow at scattered joints along the Atlantic coast. The Dutch who WN6 after commercial gain established trading stations at sev eral intr, notably, one at Man hattan Island which they bought from the Iudians with gtxxis worth $24. This is the island upon New England to Gorges and Mason w ho induced emigrants to settle in what they styled New Hampshire. Dover was the first town. In 1G45 asbip fromSalem Mass sailed for Guinea, Africa, to fetel back a cargo of negroes for slaves ButtM FiencL Huguenots had at tempted a settlement in Floriua in 1504. Tboy gave the name 01 Carolina to the coast on the nortl in honor of Charles 9th of France. This attempt was unsuccessful bm dunug the century tbe Virginia colonist had made a settlement in ffr For All Kinds of Pump and Wind Mill Fswing Machine work see N. it. Powers, or leave orders si L J. Woods confectionery, third door north of Post Oflice N. B. POWERS. which New York City is now Carolina , and in lt70 a permanent built, where they sell land by the jm)rovenM.nt was made in what is mm, ai lanuious prices. n now South Carolina, at Port Koy Dutch also purchased the Indian liilc to land on ihe Connecticut nver and erected a fort called tbe "House of Good Hope," now Hartford. I i my paer grows too lengthy and 1 will have to condense more freely. As the older settlements in. Ti a i I in population tbe ad venturous onus dared to msh out ami make new improvements in goodly place. Thus Connecticut was settled and became a colony by the sale of the propriatory rights. The Knglish king grant ed patents, and while some of tbe explorers bought the Indian titles to the coveted lands, others seized what they wished and killed off as many Indian claimants as they couliL Tbe Dutch cobnists came to Delaware ami the Swedes to New Jersey. Charles 1st granted Maryland to Lord Baltimore, who formu lated a government for his ooUmv similar to the one Kogcr Williams had set up in Khode Island. None should ' cipim'ssod liecause of Lower? luil 'ant. I E Well. In unsed laAL.) lot uay i C. i t i'KBI.L, Clerk Bt J. W'. Speak, Dt-putr H U (irlKKbjr.atvorus; for plaintiff K M. Heaver., aoorut (or no - resident de fenaant. Warning Order. pla'.ut. mrt in the Indian Ter , February term. 1901 . va. rfa l Colea. defendant Tbe drfeodant. r'latt Cob ear in lint Court In thirty omnluint of tbe plaintiff. I WHneaa tbe Honorable Judge or said Conrt. m d i day of Ueocni'jc HEA1..1 CM OA I I., (irlgaby. at'.oruc fu tl M lleareni, attorney I 't-ndaat, of, tbia it . Clerk. Deputy. tbideol dr j WW READY FOR BUSINESS!!! I lieg 10 call the attention of the people of Chickasha and vicinity that 1 have opened an up-to date Cutting and Tailor ing estabbshmet in this city and respect fu.lv solicit your patronage. My past experience as bead cutter in some of the largest establishments of Kansas City and St. Louis enables me to give you a per fect fit and first class work. A trial will Convince you. L. ROOT. Should be your tailor 3 doors west of Citizens Bank. Prosperity is but auother name reward of merit. tnnnroTr mrmri tut g-g-a-ra-oToTmroTnrre w v -W5 N V jal. The colonies were divided in 17-'!, calling them North and Siuth Caroliua, they always hav ing had two government-, i In 17Liii George SM of Kng.and granted to Oglethorpe a tract of land and erected tbe province of Georgia, in trust for tbe poor, to be open to tbe Jews but not to Papists. Oglethorpe had Ixen impressed with the hopeless con dition of tbe poor people whom Kngland in those days imprisoned for the crimo of debt. He brought numbers of them to bis new colo ny near the pleasant Savannah, Before this date Wru. Penn had offended his father, Admiral Penn, by becoming a Quaker, and .-ui fered imprisonment and other persecutions, but won the king's favor and received a patent for Pennsylvania, to be a haven for the distressed Quakers many of whom had already plant-;; ed scattered colnnies from NewjC Jersey southward along the Cartv'S linn coast William Penn treated it (Concluled on page 4.) a nous , finalB ROBT. L. McQUlSTOR REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENTS.. I T.Qnri Vimio-Vit onrl snlfl Fnr cco ints. blocks, halves, and IM V V w V J V w w . 7 - If puarters, nice ousmess ana oeauuiui residence iois. j Small houses built on sh rt lotice, A tew more $7.00 lots left. Should you w sh to buy, sell, rent or ex- ohauge, call on.... jj. nr Blocks West of the Conrt House. CHICKASHA, v v- ROBT. L. McQUISTON INDIAN TERRITORY. S -:: Henry Schafer, M HOLESU M RLTJJL Liquors, Wines, Cigar b, Beer. HIPPING A SPECIAUY. EL RENO. O. T. Hr Wdi t Car. llowcwife My dear, I see a two- , iumn article in tbe rSnoriar paper abonlbow floor is being adulterated. Husbaod Wcll.Idon't caroler ncel you. We can't git notuin'wroog with our sturaick if we take Dr.OsJdweir Syrup IVpsin. All druggists sell it, or sec K. Ilowerd. 15 .. Iiib Mur Lawyers. . noUtarawerla brick. Cbicknaa. L Wil at Wavhinrto. ar e adTtee to prrwin. nn rtnc in; nnblic tuns. o- GREAT REDUCTION IN CLOTHING. -O- THE BIG CASH STORE PfiOOF AQIINST RUST! PROOF AGAINST WEARS XVeareprou latoKxrra' tnv mow no better. . ai.OO, r: . if I ajv Boat -proof $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Ask to see Warner's RUST-PROOf . I am very much overstocked with clothinp and overcoats. Anyone in need of clothing will find it to their interest to call and examine our stock before buying. I am willing to make an even ex change for the cash, so c " md get my prices. 28 THE BIG CASH STORE. J. G. MAYS Proor.