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Tfc2 Ct!:hs!:! Da!j Frprsss. A. ML. 6irw. a. F Guim Kut&am Kuxn. ft w&t CT Tm Cc Jtr WtM - rftM Oss Kt hu.. rj-.r bu f -inT !Uc Jt Jw Tw T:t D2 Weei.j Ex- J I 6TATEH00D RTS0LTJTI02M Fsrt&Ast to dre<d call, tke itizL of Wagoner and vieiaity cw-t at tie major's oSe Star 17 tigtt, October 20 at efght o'clock, for tbe pGrpose of eoo tierrtng the organization of a leazce lookicz to tke BLioa of Gklabocut asd tie Indian Terri tory eider one Sute government. On broUob, WtUiBglon H. Meigs tu elected temporary chairman sd Charles Cffssit&ck temporary rreurj. After the object of tie t&eetiog Lad been stated by the chairman, a motion tu made thai tbe chair Appoint a committee oa constitu tion &d bj'awi. TLe chair ap pointed as tack committee C. E. Cutlf, E. D. Jaibo s.d 3. II. Thigpcn. After short rece. tke coca cdttee oa constitution arid by la reported tke folio wing con stitution: cosmrcnos of the league or II5GXJE rrATEHOOD PE&-XOTEE. Section 1- This organization ka:i be known as the...... League of Single Statehood Pro moters. Sec 2. TLe object hereof are: (a) , to effect a union of the Terri tory of Oklahoma and Indian Territory nnder one government: (b) , to educate the public mind upon tbe advantages and benefit to be derivf d frota such ncionc), to hasten the admission into tbe Union of States the two Territo ries as one State; (d), to promote 'home role' and nch other Fed eral legislation by Congress as, with jast and righteous adminis tration of oar laws, will result in the greatest good to tbe greatest Lumber of onr people. Sec. 3. The officers shall be: a president, a vice-president, a sec retary, a treasurer and an execu tive committee of fire members, f which the president shall be ex- officio chairman; all of whom shall bold office for .one year and until their suecessrsare elected and in stalled. Sec. 4. Elections may be by Lfcllot, viva voce or otherwise as a majority of the jsembers present may decide immediately before taking the poll, and tbe parlia mentary rale and regulations governing the deliberations of this League Khali be those last enforced in the House of Eepre- sentative of the United States. Sec. 5. The funds of this Lea gue shall be raised by voluntary donations, held in trust by the treasurer and by him paid out in cucb sums and for such purposes as may be voted by a majority of the members present at any meet lug. The League snail hold re gular meetings on the ...day of each Sec. 6. All male persons over the age of 16 years shall be eligi ble to membership, and all such persons subscribing to this con stitution snail thereby become members of this League. Sec. 7. This constitution may, at any meeting, be amended, mod Ifi d or suspended by a three fourths majority vote of the mem bers present. MEMFJEItHIIIP 1'LEDGE. i Sec. 8. We, the undersigned of I. T., aod withy kereby pledge ourselves t abide by tke above aad forego- ibf eoittitctioo a&d by all koa rbl asea&s to Ubor to advance tke eacM of tke aoioa of Okla- koma aed the iLdiaa Territory a&d tkeir epftdy admiaiioa i&to tke Uoion m one State. Oa motion, tbe eoostitatioa im a&o!oolT adopted m read. Tko ekair declared fiomicationa for preideat of tke league to be ia order, w teres do o Uoa. C. E. Cte was otkanimooaly elected pre&tdeot. followed by tke elee tloa of Hoa. W. I. Hoot at vice pmideaL Wellitrio H. Mdgi as secretary, aad Fred haiklLtoc as treMorer. Ater tk election of efScers, Prtaideat Caatlo appointed tie follow is g txtea'dt committee tapt H. F. Jones, A. F. Parkia- sod, J. C. Caaarer, D. Jarb&e. I. C. B. Uadeer. Foilowicg tke organization, tke followiiig reaolotioos were pre sented by Meigs and unanimously adopted:. -J" : . . Tke Oklahoma Indian Territory Single Statehood Resolutions adopted by tke T)"agoner League of Singlo Statehood Promoters, after the origanixatioa of said League, Oetober 20th, 1300. . Whereas: lodiaa Territory and Oklahoma are contiguous terri tories having, climate, soil, pro duets and resources of an allied and supplemental character, the surest, strongest foundations for the bomogenious state govern ment; and tbe early development of the boundless resources of the o if united under one govern ment would be assured: and Whereas: Oklahoma is a dnlvi organized territory of the United States having enjoyed thereunder the blessings and benefits of no parelleled progress and prosper ity, till she is now almost ready for admission into the sister hood of states and Whereas: Indian Territory presents conditions and ills no precedented in the history of ler ritorial government in the United States, baviDg a population of 400,000 people, with no self gov ernment whatever, a population sufficient to entitle us to two Reprecanatives in Congress but having none: a people without political status and denied all political rights, whose progress is retarded, whose business is demoralized and whose future, as long as the present conditions exist, is without promise; and - Whereas: We believe that In dian Territory with area of 30,000 Bqoare miles and Oklahoma with iOo YoU Want a Wagon PiPn I l 111 1 TEXAS DISC Built of second growtlt Hickary and vonnf? ,burr oak, with proot poxes, ana a score or other advantages over oxner wagons. If so-. call and se& the New Cap Utah Fordry ground, try our PLOWS.; fill-. We are keadqaarteri for .Majestic Eaogea and Greai Western-Stoves; uuncan. I. T. tory into the Union as one State! I k. woor: i, Vto. , i r.i!e, J f im. j as its paramount object aad airn There being do farther busi ness the League adjoarned, sub ! ject to tbe call of tbe president. WEJ.LI5GT05 H. VlElGS, Secretary. DO YOU SMOKE? Fischer's Pri-mium Cigars, if not why not try them; Ibey are tke on ly baud made 5 cent cigar on this market, made of finest quality of tobaccos, as sweet as a nut. They please many smokers maybe they wil please you. See that you get Fischer's Premium when von &k . - tor mem her, 38,000 square 'mile with a combine population of 800,000 souls, united and admitted into the Union as one- state would by the rapid developement of its rich resources, its swift and surely great increase in popnla tion and material wealth, become a commonwealth of power and prestige in the Nation the last and fairest of Columbia's daugh ters from the Louisisana Pnr c iase; therefore, be it Resolved: By the Wagoner League of Single Statehood Pro moters, that we favor the union of Oklahoma and the Indian Ter ritory, the timely admission of the tiro into the union as one state, ad we hereby pledge our selves to work to this end till such union is an accomplished fact, be it further Resolved: That we call unon and urge all persons in the twin Territories, favorable to tbe cause of single statehood, to join us in the organization of these Leacues in the various cities and towns, under Ibis or similar constitution, Come and see our line of mens and boys bats, we bear tbe people say when they look in the window how can they sell them &o cheap from 22c to 2.50. Tbe Fair. An amateur can catch a SO-pound cat with a seine bought of ilobley Just u easily as an expert Neoga, 111., Oct. 14. '99. Pepsix Svecp co.,Monticelo, 111. Gentleman: I feel it my duty to express to you my gratitude for what your wonderful remerfv has done for me. I waa com. pletely rua down with a complica tion of stomach disorders. For ten months 1 could not work and was treated bv th Tff Ami. nent cbysicians. One Insist iA upon operating on me, declaring nothing short of an operation for appendicitis would rnr me. A friend induced me to try Dr. cald- weu s yrup Pepsin and from the first dose I bei:an to im Drove, and have gained 35 pounds in weight ana am enjoying the very best of neaun. x never fail to say a good word for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for I know what it h done for me it wtll do for others. Gratefully jours.' : chari.p.h rrfBBT. hold by h. Howard. School supplies of all kinds, the best and cheapest in town. Tab lets from lc to 10c. Pencils 7 for 5c and better ones. The Fair. m m m First .National Bank, , , , ChUCKASHA, ,IND, TER. , 5 Capital . $25,000.00. : DHmcTOKt: . - R. JT. BonrTaU, C. B. Resmnt. X. Bond. S. B. Join, J r Ya;t 0fler t( Depositors every Facility which their Balance, Business and Responsibility Warrant. 1 B Cum. Am i csM W. A. IIumabt, Ah i Ch KtTXBLItHEO !. Bank of Chickasha, CHICKASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY. CaP'tal. : : : $20,000.00 INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY, $150,000. Offers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances, Basi Bess and Responsibility Warrant. ' B. P. Smith, t'mmim, Wm. !. Viee pre. C. T. Ekwis. Cuhlrr. N0.5547. Citizens National Bank CHICKASHA, IND. TER. Capital, - - $50,000.oo. B. P. Smth. J.C. D riggers, r. luman. , V.L. Satryer, J. B. Tittle. Hoorer KatloaaL Kew York; Nitloaal Itaok of Commtre. Ki City Mo UercbaDUad Plnter, SHermio. Tex.. Cooltoenul NjUoaaijritok. Bt Looii ' RING UP PHONE DO. W. L. Mobly is headquarters for all kinds of sporting goods. as fishing tackle, guns, ammuni tion, etc., etc. W. L. Mobly has a fine line of staple and fancy groceries, and has them at prices that are right. Don't i-oreret the Bi? . . " C3 uasn store when vou want Boots, Shoes andfilothincr TJia lav eest stock in Chicka sha to choose from. J G. Mays. Have you seen the large assort ment of men's hats, strictly up-to-date. "The Fair." I Dougan's j'Feed Store For Feed of all Kinds and I'rompt Delivery Cor. Chickash a 4tk Sts., Opposite Jleat Market. E. S. Dougan, PHONE BO. ' : uH"rop; O. J". G-T?, A-V DEALER IN Feed of ii Hit 2J CbBaii a! the Cfeesnsst. fr " ivuu ivui uiiiuui :j all Kinds. IV OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. vl i vl i vl i i ii l vJ l i vi 1 A i i Ju vA vi i l vi 4 nilLlTTEinOS tlVES TO ALL WORK. 2 tlLTANIZED TANKS A SPECIALTY. W. R. TAYLOR, .TIN SHOP & 0. 0. 00 g 3rd. St, Cpposite Postoffice. CHICKASHA, IND. TER.