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Daily ress Vol. 1. Chickasha, Indian Territory, J Thursday, October 11, 1900. No. 251 V ,1 WEEKLY EXCESS EUbllihd 1892. For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. DAILY EXPRESS Established January I, 1900. J New lot of these o a UNEQUALED SHOES f 4 on sale at EMERSON'S. FoHtoHlec bujUlinj. PROFESSIONAL CAllDS. DR. R.P.TYE, Physician and Surgeon. Uenldes iloInK a general prmctlce will girt apeeialsttentlon to all kinds ofturverr AIM 6urgeon C- R. I P- T- Co Ofllee corner C'hlckah a.e and Fourth t, V. II. H INTER, Physician & Surgeon. Office Id ClijDruit Store. Residence Tkoae No. t. CHICKASHA. I T. J. E. 8T1SSOV, M. D., Phys.-.jn & Surgeon. CU Promptly Attested day or night. Office Phone m. J4rlu.n-- rtxtM Dr. CP. BROWN, Physician and Sugeon. Office In reaitWce. Cblrk.b. t. T DR. E. L. DAWSON, Physician and Surgeon, Office t PoM Office lru Siore. PHONE ft. Alier Melton. John U Morrl. MELTON & MORRIS, Attorneys-at-Law. Chickasha, Inb. Tee. E7iTAMTLTONr" Attorney-at-Law, REFEREE IS BANKHPTrY.4Rvpniuc Office over Cttlen Hank. J. I). BUI DOES, LAWYER, Real Esmtf. IVnMoti, UpihthI Ajcent nnl Notary Public Office on 4th St. south of Chlijltsslia Avenue U.D. Davldkon. F K. Kldillr DAVIDSON A RIDDLE, ATTORN I ES at LAW, NOTABT PUBLIC IN OFFICE. OOlceln Hourland building. Jhlcka.ha. - . md Tey N. M. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law. .Vflce InCrer Fiupotrtck building.! BEAVERS & SAYER Attorneys at Law, OlBce in rearofCHUcna Hunk. ?hlrkaha, : : - Indian Territory P. B. MONICAL, Attorney at Law. Office one door went of new bank building. CIIAS. M. FECIIHEIMER Attorney at Law. Office in rear of Hank of Chickasha. ' CLARK JAMES, LAWYER. Trias land, for kale or t rsdr, Onico with J D Bridges Chickasha, ;! In1. Ter II. L. GRIOABY Atrorney at Law, Practice, la all court. In the Territories. B. r. HOLUlfU. KEKOKD UON) . IIOLDINQ & BOND, Attorneys at L-w. Offic, Id New Pott Office Building. Chickasha, . . . Ind. Ter 8 P Gilbert. W 1 Oilben GILBERT & GILBERT. Attorneys at Law, DUNCAN. Ind. Ter. Dr. B. W. FESLER, DENTIST, Up Stairs in Post Office Building. STRIKERSCLASH. Some Strikers Attack Men Who Start to theMines an! Quite a Battle Ensued AND STICKS WERE USED. Street Parade and Meetings ; are Being Held to In- timidateMiners who Would Work. I'otUville, Pa., Oct. 10. There was a clash letween strikers and non-strikers at the Coxe Brothers & Co., colliery at Oneida, Schuyl kill county this morning. The strikers endearorcd to persuade men on their way to work to re turn to their homes. When they lefused a fight ensued loth hides using sticks and stones freely with the result that several were injur d, but not seriously. - During the melee two shots were fired. The olhVala of the mine tele phoned to Sheriff Tootle asking for protection lor their men at work.. TRIBAL RULE MUST END. Colonel Breckenridge Says the Time for a Change in the Indien Territo ry Has Come. Vinita, I. T., Oct. 7. Major Clifton II. Breckinridge, member of tho United States commission to the five civilized tribes, in speaking of the work in the Indian Territory, said that tho commit Bion wilt push its work to as speedy a completion as possible but that it will require consider able time to "administer upon OF GRAND OPENING FALL WINTER, GOODS THE BIG CASH and settle up so large an estate as that possessed by the five civilized tribes." In regard to the apathy of the Cherokees in making a treaty Mr. Breckenri Igo said that it was im material to the government wheth er they did so or not. lie said the time had come when it was al solutely necessary for the country to le.'ome a member of the great union of tie states anil that the change fiom tribal government would suiely be made, treaty or no treaty. "Treaties," said he, "have been alxdished time and again when ever public necessitcs demand it, and history will repeat itself in this instance." In reference to statehood he said it was necessary for the Dawes commission tp finish its work before the country be given home rulo in the way of a terri torial or state government. He said, however, it was difficult to get congress to recognize the fact. "Congressmen, said, he, "have an idea that tho commission's duties are important to statehoa.l, when, in fact, the work of the commission has nothing whatever to do along that line. Tho com mission could finish its work as speedily and as satisfactory under a territorial or state form of gov ernment as it could under the present status of affairs." The major is greatly impressed with the natural advantages of the country and predicts a great future for the Indian Territory when it shall have secured a state government. He would not com mit himself on separate or single statehood. fnlmnn Shot from Stenmrr Deck. Steamboat men coiiiiiif; up the strait report Kri at port shooting Knlmun viih miall rities, with a number of hich each vessel is provided. The fish " ere juiiiMi!,' so thick, savs the Seattle rot-lnteincncer, that many were killed from the decks of the steamers. Monograinmed Toodlea. To possess a poodle with the owner's iminognun neatly clipped in its curly liair i the latest thing necessary to complete the happiness of the Londau totitty woman. AND BACKS KAISER. Gamewell who Aided the Heathen Thinks He is on the Eight Plan For China WOULD EXECUTE TUAN. Something Terrible Must be Done to the Heathen : to Bring Them to the Enormityof their ' Crimes. San .Francisco, Oct. 10. Among the arrivals from tho Orient on the American steamer Maru'-fis F. D. Gamewell, to whose ' energy and ' engineering skill the safety of the beleaguered Fekin legations was in a large measure due, as it was owing largely to the effectiveness of bis plans of defense that they were able to hold out against the Chin ese rabble until tho relief column reached them. BLEEDS FROM EVERY PORE. The Straas Dlieaw That la Sayplng the Life of a Mlehlsan t Farmer. Ixren Emmoni, a farmer in I'okaon township, Mich., is slowly bleeding to death from every pore of his body. The disease U a very rare one, and amonfj the medirul fraternity is known lis purpura herafirrhafrea. Last t iiesdny night bl.-ck spots appeared on Mr. Kn. mons' ankle. lie went to a physician. ho found them to be hemorrhages be neath the skin. Since that time like hemorrhages have taken place all over the body and Mr. Knimons is bleedinjr from the roof of the month, the nose, the ears and evtn the slif-hti st scratch anywhere on the body, or a little bruise, will produce blood. This disease gen erally presents itfcelf in a weakened person, but Mr. Knimons has always been possessed of robust health, and thp case Is very peculiar. The r.U-Vear-Old Man. A statistician has estimated that a man 50 years old lias worked C.500 days, has slept 6.IVI0. has amused himself 4.000, has walked 12,000 miles, has been ill M0 days, has, partaken of 26,0(10 meals, eaten lo.OOO pounds of meat and l.OOv of fish, ep gs and vegetables, and. drunn 7.00P gallons of fluid. TH THE BIG CASH STOKE, as usual, right in the lead with the Largest. 1'est, and Cheapest Lino of Dry Goods-, Clothing, iShoea and Boots ever brought to Chickasha. "Wo have the Cheapest . and best assorted stock of CLOTHING IN THE TOWN. ST ORE.. DON'T BLAME THE COOK If the biscuits are not good; It's all in the Flour. SUPREME FLOUR. t- i ii. r- i r i i o De me oesr. riour soia in niCKasna, Or your money refunded. HIGHEST PRICE! HIGHEST QUALITY! WHITEMAN BROS., Sole Wholesale Distributing Agents -for above Flours. AUDMORE, -HOUSES- CHICKASHA. 7 3T-T- C. 3. Campbell. Pres., ell. H. Joii.n.sos, J. T. ACt. Aw't, Cashier, V.J. K. K. W'ootiex, Jii., Vice Pres., Cashier. Ii. V. Johnson, Ais't. Cashier. No. 5431. First National Bank, CHICKASHA , IND. TEH. Capital . . . $25,000.00. DHRECTOR8: .'. .V. llujirland, C. If. H,-sxent. R. Hond, K. R. .Minion, A. L. X.iil, K. K. Woolen, jr., Webb Jlendrix, C. II. Campbell, H. B. JJiuion. Oflers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances, Business and Responsibility Warrant. B. P. Smith, Presiuent, Wm. Inmas, Vice-Pres. uNO.5547. itizens National Bank CHICKASHA, IND. TER. . Capital, - $50,000.oo. B. P. Smith, J. C. Drhjgers, Wm. Iivnan, W. L. Sairyers, J, II. Tuitlc, OCP.EESP:iTEriTT3. Hanover National. New York; National Bank of Commerce. Kansas City, Mo.; Merchants aal Planters, Sherman, Tex.. Continental National Bank, St. Louis ASH REAL CALIFORNIA SUIT FOR S12.50. Keal California Pants 3.50 and 1.00. Can givo you A Good Suit 4.00, 4.50 and 5.00. WE SELL THE OLD RELIA BLE HAMILTON BROWN Shoes and Pools. The best in the World. N DRY GOODS WE ARE STRICTLY IN THE SWiM. A good yard wide Sea Island Domestic 20 yards for -1.0). A good Outing, 20 yards for 1.00. Flannel Do-Laine A splendid goods for Ladies house Dresses v vts. Can give a good Standard Calico, fast colors for 4i cts. Cotton Checks 'M yards for 1.00. Wo can save you money MAYS a 5 IB GUARANTEED J ii i .ii -n tr " C. T. Enwix, Cashier, L N. IiKoCOUues, Ass't Cashier. STORE. r- 4 I'