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The Chickasha Daily Express.
Vol. 1. Chickasha, Indian Territory, Friday, October 12, 1900. No. 252 WEEKLY EXPRESS Established 1892. For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. r . u9JLT .EXPRESS Established January I, 1900. New lot of these I A NEW RAILROAD BRANCH. 1 mum J -- r m M5 UNEQUALED SHOES on sale at EMERSON'S. Poslollice building. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. R. r. TYE, Physician and Surgeon. Besides doing a general practice will give iipecliil attention toall kinds of surgery. AIM Surgeon C. R, I. P. Ky. Co. omce corner ( hlcku-ha ave.no1 Fourth .1. V . II. M INTER, Physician & Surgeon. Oftlce In City Droit Store. Resilience Phone No. 6 CHICKASHA. I T j. e. stissoy, m. d., Phys...jn & Surgeon. Call. Promptly Attended day or muht. Office I'none 97. Kesfdrnee Phone 80 Dr. CP. BROWN, Physician and Sugeon. Chickasha. I. T Orncc In residence. DR. K. L. DAWiOS, Physician and Surgeon, Office at Pont Office Urn Siore. PHONE 21. E. HAMILTON, Attomey-at-Law, RKFEKKK IN OANKKPTCV. NOTARY PUBLIC, OIT.ce over Cltlten. Hank. J. D.. BRIDGES, LAWYER, Real Karate, Pension. General Agent and Notary Public Office on 4th St. aoiilhof Chickasha Avenue 11. U. DavUliion. K. K. Hlddle DAVIDSON A' RIDDLK, ATTORN I ES at LAW, NOTAHV rt'IlLIO IX OKK1CE. onice In llourlund building. Thlckasha. - - - Ind Te'l N. M. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law. IIBce In Carey & Fltrpotrlck hulldlnc.i BEAVERS & SAYER Attorneys at Law,. Office In rear of Clilien. Hank. tThlckasha, : : Indian Territory I 13. MONICAL, Attorney at Law. Office one door et of new bank building. rt is Reported that the Choc taw Contemplated Meet ing the El Paso at Texline. Beaver, Ok., Oct 10. It is reported here that the Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf railroad has made arrangements with the El Paso & Northern ruilroad running from El Paso, Tex., to Salado, N. M., to connect with that road at Texlino. The Choctaw will build to Texline from Weatherford, Ok., and the El Paso road will build from El Paso to Texline. The whole length of line to be built is about 400 miles. Of this the Choctaw will build 300. Work on the road from Weather ford west will begin in a fewer than thirty days. America as a Naval Power. A bulletin just issued from the office of naval intelligence at Washington shows that the Unit ed States ranks four in the ton najre of its navy. Not counting olsolete vessels, receiving, train ing and sailing ships, the displace ment of American men-of-war is 113,525 tons. Russia has nearly 100,000 tons more; France has million tons the best of llussia, while Great Britian has 1,825,- 000, or more than her three clos est rivals together' In coast defense and special service-vessels the United States leads the world, Fifteen years ago America was lencath notice as a naval jower Her vessels were obsolete types of the Civil war period and were ridiculed by foreigners. Since that time the United States has come into the front rank of nava powers, let no outcry is now raised against "nayalism.' At tirst complaint of that sort was made. It was asserted that an increase in the navy would le subversive of the principles of CIIAS. M. FECHIIEIMER, Attorney at Law. Office In rear of Hank of Chickasha. CLARK JAMES, LAWYER. Texas laads for sale or I rsde. Office, with J D Bridges Chickasha, Ind. Ter, 11. L. GRIGSBY . Atrorney at Law, Practice. In all court. In the Territories. H. F. HOLDING. KEFOKD UOND HOLDING & BOND. Attorneys at Law. Offlce In New Poat Office Building. Chickasha, - Ind- Ter Altfvr Melton. John l. Morris MELTON & MORRIS, Attorneys-at-Law. Chk kasha, Ind. Tee. 11 FOilbert. W I Uilbert GILBERT & GILBERT. Attorneys at Law, DUNCAN. Ind. Ter. Dr. B. 'A'. FESLER, DENTIST, Up stairs in Post Office Building. the llepublic. This objection has died out and congress may be de fended on not to stint tho navy. It is strange that one form of armed strength should evoke so much fear in the United States while the other is regarded with complacency. Of course, the battle ship Kearsarge cannot le ued to suppress a riot in the coal gions. But the regular army soldiers have been used for .such purposes with the greatest infre quency. Such instances as the Chicago railroad strike and the troubles in the Coeur d'Alene are rare. A leading argument against a regular army of respectable size is that it would encourage war and conquest. If the possession of an army would have this result, how much more dangerous is a power ful navy? United States ships cruising in foreign waters might frequently bacomo involved in dif ficulties. The very presence might le a temptation to seize new possessions. ' Yet no cry is made of the danger of a well equipped navy to the llepublic. The truth is that neither the army nor the navy constitutes a menace. Nobody really believes that Amer ican institutions are threatened because the navy ranks forth among the powers and there are eleven pounds of war ship for every man. .woman and .child. The fear that an army of 100,000 men, one soldier to every 750 of the population, threatens the lib erties of America is just as groundless. K. C. Star. Another Andree Story. Mineapolis, Minn., Oct. 9. Harry S. Knappen, a newspaper men in it. This, he explains, was Andree' ill-starred Polar expedi tion. ; ( J . Denfcon, Tex., Oct, 7. The Chickasaw council has adopted a resolution calling on the secretary of the iuterior to prescribe rules and regulations in accordance with the Atoka treaty, whereby the Chicka&- ws can get hold of the coal and asphalt royalties for school funds. The Chickasaws find they cannot run their schools any longer, as they did last year. Mary had a little lam ; She tot it from her mother. Now Alary says she'll b3 gojd, And doesn't want another. Thisis not the greatest show on earth advertising more than it iul fills; neither is it a snide, run by drunken and bankrupt proprie tors, and preceded by a lot of cut throat! and a horde of gamblers, but Is a ' legitimate exhibition of stupendous and startling wonders, including bands of Indians, wor riors, squaws and papooses, brave scouts, roving cow boys, cunning Mexicans and vaqueros, a herd of buffaloes and long-horned Texas free street display at 10 a. m. This is an opportunity which should not he missed. Seats for 10,000 people under waterproof canopy. man, returned this morning from a perilous trip to the Hudson Bay country, in which,with nine white men and eight Indians he sailed 500 miles up the east side of the great inland sea. Mr. Knappen was assured by Eskimos whom he met that a "sky boat had come in to the region on the extreme north east shore of the bay two years lcfore; that it came to the ground, and that the savages who inhabit that country had killed the white Neoga, 111., Oct. 14. "J9. Pepsin Syrup co., Monticelo, 111 Gentleman: I feel it my duty to express to yon my gratitude for what yonr wonderful remedy baa done for me. I was com pletely ran down with a complica tion of stomach disorders. For ten months I could not work and was treated by three emi nent pbysiciaus. One insisted upon operating on me, declaring nothing abort of an operation for appendicitis would enre me. A friend induced me to try Dr cald well's Syrnp Pepsin and from the first dose I began to improve, and have gained 'io pounds in weight and am enjoying the very best of health. I never fail to say a good word for Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp Pepsin for I know what it has done for me it will do for others. 3 Gratefully yours.J CHARLES CURUY. Sold by E. Howard. .CJL -45 DON'T BLAME THE COOK If the biscuits are not good; It's all in the Flour. fc SUPREME FLOUR. IS GUARANTEED 5 To be the Best Flour sold in Chickasha. Or your money refunded. HIGHEST PRICE! HIGHESTQUALITY! 5 WHITEMAN BROS.. Sole. Wholesale Distributing Agents for above Flours. ! ARDMORE, -HOUSES- CHICKASHA. V V I C. B.Cakpbiix. Pres., oH. B. JOHgsoit, J. T. Aust. Ass't. Cashier, U R. K. Woottem, Jk., Vloe Pres., Cashier. U. F. Johnson, Ass't. Cashier. J J No. 5431. J First National Bank, CHICKASHA, IND. TER. Capital . ".' . ...... . ' $ 25.000.oo. DHRECTORt: R. M. Rourland, C. H. Res.ient, R. Bond, K. R. Johnson, A. L. .Vail, R. K. X'ooten,jr.. Webb Htndrix, C. B. Campbell. H. B. Johnson. Oftera to Depositors every Facility which their Balances, Business and Responsibility Warrant. m m m m m m m m m m m m m m 9 B. P. Smith. President, Wm. Inmas, Vlce-Pres. N0.5547. C. T. Ehwin, Cashier, I. N. Descoubes, Ass't Cashier. Citizens National Bank CHICKASHA, IND. TER. Capital, - - $50,000.oo. BIRECTOES. B. P. SmitK . C. Dthjgtrs, Jf'm. Inman, . - r. L. Sawytrs, ' J, H. Tutile, OOX13RX:ST0r33ElTTS. Hanover National, New York; National Bank of Commerce. Kansas City, Mo.; Merchants and Planters, Sherman, Tex., Continental NationalJUank, St.. Louis GRAND OPENING OF FALL WINTER THE BIG CASH STORE. AID GOODS THE BIG CASH STOKE, as usual, right in the lead with the Largest, Best, and Cheapest Line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Boots ever brought to Chickasha. Wo have the Cheapest ami best assorted stock of CLOTHING IN THE TOWN. A REAL CALIFORNIA SUIT FOR $12.50. Ileal California Pants $3. 50 and 1 .00. Can give you A Good Suit $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. w E SELL THE OLD RELIA BLE HAMILTON BROWN Shoes and Boots. The best in the World. ,N DRY GOODS WE ARE STRICTLY IN THE SWIM. A good yard wide Sea Island Domestic I'O yards for $1.00. A goal Outing, 20 yards for $1.00. Flannel De-Laine A splendid goods for Ladies house Dresses cts. Can give a good Standard Calico, fast colors for 4$ cts. Cotton Checks -30 yarda for $1.00. We can 8a ve you money THE BIG CASH STORE. J. MAIS ProDr