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Vol-1 Chickasha, Indian Territory, ? Thursday, Deceember 6. 1900. " No. 298
wOJhE.5i89.8 ' For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. ifJnoo
Senator Fairbanks Intro
duced the Bill in the
A, wise man always pais a fair
price for bis shoes.
He knows that when a five dollar
shoe is offered for a dollar and a half
it is not a tive dollar shoe.
lie doesn't expect something for
He knows that our shoes and our
prices are exactly right, and that
our $3.50 shoes are the best $3 CO
shoes in town.
Shoes and
Never hit a mau when he's got
you down.
''Movements," for some strange
reason, are always "on foot.''
Beza: God's word is an auvil
which has worn out many a hammer.
Sotuetitnes a mail gets so pol
ished that people cud eee right
through him.
A Danish proverb eats: A
lean compromise is preferable to
a fat lawsuit.
It is an awful hardship to the
gossip that there are onjy two
uidea to a story. . i
l'les, my boy," Baid the parent
to. his son, who (jus leaf ag borne,
"even young trees must braneh
out for themselves.
"I have always found when it
t omes to a little temporary aid,"
said the Impecunious Youth and
Distant Kelativea are pretty
No Reference to the Indian
Territory Being Taken
in on Single Siate
. hood.
An escaped luuatie whiled away
liis time in Raciue, Wis., by tak
iug the civil service exam in a ion.
incidentally he took the highest
A mun may be assured that a
girl isn't taking much interest in
him when she fails to put a post
script to the letter that she writes
Oklahoma Supporters of the Mov
meut to Make the Two Ter
ritories One State Adopt
Washington, Dec. 4. Senator
Fairbanks of Indiana introduced
inte the United States Senate a
bill today to admit Oklahoma as
a state, with two representatives.
The usual provisions for a consti
tutional convention and the
grants of lantis for state institu
tions are made. ' '
Guthrie, Ok., Dec. 4. Senator
Fairbank's measure providing for
the admission of Oklahoma with
her presents boundaries, into the
anion, does not meet with the
approval, it seems,' of Oklahoma.
It is to gnard against the budding
of a small state that the present
agitation regarding single state
hood, that Is, a state composed
of both Oklahoma iuhd the Iudian
territories prevails, 'it pointed
out that while there are thousands
who want a state of Oklahoma
alone, or separate, statehood, the
leaders of this movement are for
the most part politicians. They
argue that the Indian territory is
weathy and can well. bear the bur
dens of taXatiou. Shortly before
leaving for Washington, Delegate
Flynn, is an interview, said be
favored a etate of Oklahoma with
in her present boundaries, with
out waitig for Congress to attach
Indian territory lands as allot
ments are made. It is believed
here that Mr. Flynn is interested
iu Fairbrnk'a meaenre, since the
bill introduced today is thought
to be along the same lines as the
statehood bill introduced in con
gress last year by Mr. Flynn.
The Barnes administration is
emphatically in favor of single
statehood and the governor's
adherents will a' tend the South
McAlester convention in force.
The passage of Fairbank's bill
means the deposing of Barnes.
Acting Governor Jenkins paid
this evening:
I believe the Fairbanks bill is
what we want enacted1"
Charles Filson, spokesman for
Governor Barnes during the bet
ter's absense, said.
"The Fairbanks bill will hardly
pass. It is based on Flynu's
measure and prescribes a small,
ungainly state. So far as as two
representatives nre concerned,
tnat is about right and iu accord
ance with the congressional ap
portionment. However, with oue
big state made of Oklahoma ai d
Iudian territory- the reapportion
ment would give the new state at
least six congressmen."
Citizens of Logau county, re
gardless of party affiliation, selec
ted delegated here today to the
statehood convention to be held
at South JIc Vlester December 10.
O II Fegan, Kepublican, wae chair
man of the meeting and L G Nib-
lack, Democrat, secretary. One
jesolption was passed- It was
read: "We want' single state
hood."' ..'-"4
.The following are the officers
elected by the ! OO F last night
M F Cheaney, X
f J CKiintaerlyVG
I ; R8to5T O, O P Brown,
L S to Jf G, W A Bohart, '.
A'Haight, RS. ,
Don Rose, F S.
Jas McGauguy, treas.
M V Baker, Chaplain.
J K Stro9nider, Warden.
John Shehan, Con.
R S to V G, J E Nichols,
L S to V G, S Monroe,
0 G, W M Edwards,
1 G, Henry Frey.
IiS 8, Ike Descombes.
L8S George McGaughy.
J W Brown, trustee for three
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i NO I Ge l
Purchase a home in your young days
That your old age may he passed in comfort.
Will open his Land Office 4 blocks west of
Court house till he finds a location to suit.
Land Bought. -.Sold and Exchange.
Small houses built on short notice; rents collected; property
looked after and necessary repairs kept up. should you wie h
to purchase a home and and haven't money, come and see me.
Mortgages raised and loans extended. Purchase a home and
your dear little wife will beautify it. Should you wish to buy,
sell, rent or exchange property of any kind, gie me a call.
List your property if you wish to Sell, Exchange or Rent.
Money advanced on property placed in my charge. Mone.i to
Loan. If yoarare thinking of purchasing lots or a home, call on
onr Blocks Vest of the House. ROBT. L. McQU!STON,f
to Cure Malaria in 4 dayB,
Take Qumoria. All diuj-gmis are
authorized to refund the inuney in
anyase of chill9feveror malaria
it (ail to cure. -Price 50c per
package. ; Tov9 ly
Mens boy's and chil
dren's! clothing J and
overcoats goiag at
Jialf price at the The
Big Cash' Store.' Cdme
and get a bargain. ;
J G- Mays. ,
Elite clothing, Raymond's and
Miller's gloves, Budd and Blake
neys perfect form shoes and T. & J.
hats all for men at the
We have sold more "liot stuph''
in wools and woolly goods this
week than all lastyar, because we
had 'em and advertised 'em too.
When you want your racers or
driving horses shod, go to Simpson.
He d(K the work himself don't
depend on hired help. Satisfaction
C. B. Campbell. Pres., H. B. Johnson, J. T. AnsT, Ass't. Cashier, f
R. K. Wootten, Jr., Vice Pres., Cashier. U. T. Johnson, As't. Cashier - Z
No. 5431.
s First National Bank,
S Capital . $ 25.000.oo.
-v- Bou'rland. Ct H. Beistnt, R. Bond: -g. B. Johnson, A. L. Xail,
2 R K. WooUnJr., Webb Hendry, C. B Campbell, U. B. Johnson.
CORRESPONDENTS .Importers and Traders National Bank, New York; Am-
erton-N.uionalBaBk.KanaasCltf. MiK Boatman' Bank, St Louis, Mo; Fanners.
J and MecUanic-s Bauk. r'vn Worth. Texas. " - ' n , - y ' . iji
Oi Onr patrons, Irrespective f the sizrfof their accounts, fM teeeive careful and i 1
considerate attention, and liberal accommodation will be extended thum ufott accept- I
J able collateral, 1 . . . , t , a,m
(5 J. c. Boh art. President. J. A. Bohabt, Cashier..' J.B.Clark. Ass't Cash
J. H. Clark, ViceFresiaent. W. A. Bouaiit, Ass't Cath
Bank of Chickasha,
Capita!, : : : $20,000.00
Offers to Depositors everv Facility which their Balances, Busi- ;
ness and Responsibility Warrant. " i
. At the Jackson day banqnet
Mr. Bryan expects to again per
form his great act of surrounding;
a keynote. Perhaps he will use
Mr. Tillman's tuning fork. -
If a bloody razor is to be con
sidered evidence of a murder the
average bachelor boarding house J
on a Sunday morning would fur
nih f owe awful mysteries. .
The Boers are holding a big re
vival, not eutirely given over to j
religion. Last reports indicates:
that 400 more of Bobs's brave!
little men were gathered into the.
fold. .'"j
' If it wasn't for those long red ;
gashes, l)e Llvcrus'a face wonld
look as if curved Irom nmrble.'' ,
"Yes, he carves it himself; I've
tried to make him go to a barber,"
i . - . - . ;
That young woman hns got
enough cerise ribbon ou bur cor
sage for an off-side play, said the
staUart cennter of the Mohawks
'Why, what do you mean!'' Off
side playt Five jards of course.
A few more steam whistles to
1 he choir industrial is what Chick
nsha needs and must have within
the year of 1901. ;
A woman cannot be a society
leader and make one nun happy.
J f fhe sccecds in society she fails
t home. f ' s
... i i
We are proud to call our customers' attcn
iion to such a corset. Wo know no better.
Vecait lit you handsomely at SI. 00, or. If
; ou wish, a liucr quality All are ltust-proof
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75.
Ask to see Warner's RUST-PROOF.
I am very much overstocked witii
clothing 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 come and
get my prices.
J. G. MAYS Propr .

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