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The Chickasha Paily Express.
Vol.1 Chickasha, Indian Territory, Saturday, Deceember 8, 1900. No. 300 w.EtaKbSXhE.5?8R9E2s.s For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. EmbilK&oo A v fiMAN; a 4 THE THING 18 OFF THE KIOWA - RESERVATION OA . .0 I The Alloting Agents in the KiowaRoservaticn are Not Even Drawing Their Pay JUST HOLD YOUR GRIP ! Jl wise man A wise man always pais a fair price for Ins shoes. ' lie knows that when a five dollar shoe is offered for a dollar and a half it i not a live dollar shoe. lie docsu't expect liinj for nothing. 11c knows tlmt our shoes and our prices arc;, exactly right, and that our I;'. 50 shoes are the best $3 50 shoes iu town. EMERPON Shoes and Satisfaction. i ro el rem km mm. Reduced Rates to El Reno and South Molester and Return. Money Has Given Out and Work Stops Entirely, But Congress Will do Something. STOPPED DECEMBER 6. The Law Kequirtd That Allotments be Completed by the Clh of the Present Month, Hence it is Hung up Until Con gress Acts. The Hock Island will oiler rale of one face for the lound tup from all B atious in Oklaioiia and Indian yrritones to LI P.ono and return, -(.count Oklahoma Statehood Con vention to be lield at South Mo Alestcr, December 10th, 11th and 12th, 1900. Tickets on sale from Chickasha on Olh, 5"th, 1 1th add P."Ui; got . to return up to and including De ' cembcr liUi, 1003. Call ou Mr. J. F. Kiuneilj for in formation in full. Word win out from Ancdarko y ialrrday that the allotting agents hud cased work in the reservation The law required that the idlut mints must he made by December C.h and as the work ha-, heeu pne cultd o tdovvly that tin appropri ation run out and as f consequence the work ceases.. Strength of Woman. It is said that the Huiliu . ordi rs of the Kentucky w ere very simpt?, only three letter, "CO. D." A good many wise mea think it is just ni easy to run AguinaMo out of the country as it is to ran a metropolitan newspaper. "Did you ever m ike a ceu'lury rnu on your wheel?' "Xo, but I expect to make one in a carriage to Convention ball December 31.'' An Early Appropriation Will no Doubt be Made to Bush Allotment IT WILL BE NECESSARY The Money Has GivenOut and the WorkMustStop Unless More is Furnished. WORK TAKES MONEY rs rtnnrjTririrrinnnri It Requires a Large Force of Men and Corihiderable Time to Put tne Indians on Their Sev eral Allotments. f Jr . -ir , , m M I I " EJ JT ft 14 J - QL1 W w .MJL Purchase a home in your young days That your old age may he passed in comfort. ROB'T l. McQ0lSTON 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 wish to purchase a home and and haven't money, come and see me. Mortgages raised and loans extended Purchase a home and your clear 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 3ell, Exchange or Rent. ' Money advanced on property placed in iny charge. Monei to Loan. If yourare thinkingof purchasing lots or a home, call on 4 f "Strength iu woinau is admired p by a strong riiati always," write t Ileleu Wuttersou Moody in the ( ,ceiub r Ladies' Home Journal vi)f course, I mean by the phrae i 'strong tnaii' a man who has f nuoie experienced of life. It occasionally happens that very young man of real ftreugtb of character fall the victim in early life to the fascinations of a dinging, sweet, inetlicieut crra ture, us David Copperfield did to bis Dora. Hut the older and the stronger aud the wiser a man is. (he more he is sure to admire the i deep strength of character iu V woman that springs from the T A ill-. liirge auu easy aoiuiy 10 ao inings A well." The thriftiest farmer's wife yet is reported from Vermont, where the farmer was forced by her to throw his pipe away and smoke bams. 4T have always found when it Citnes to a little temporary aid," 8 lid the Impecunious Youth and Distant Relatives are jretty close." Washington, Dec. 7. 'I he most. important legislation relating to Lao territories which is likely to engage congress at the present ses fcioa is to furnish the interior de partment means to complitJ the kilo meat of the Kiowa, Comanche ami Apachu reservation, to as to throw it orpn to settlement at as emly a date as possible. The f-ecretary of w artoday sent to the senate .reports of the (Sal vestou storm. The board finds that 41,500,000 will be necessary to repair the jetties at Galveston and SGj,00 for the repair of the I'razos river jetties. The boird place the loss of life at 5,000. The dotnage to fortifications . is placed at $902,000. It must have cost a fabulous sum. to insure the life of King Humbert of Italy for $000,000, of if the rate on crowned heads is proportionate to the risk. World's (bampioD. "I tried many remedies to cure piles." writes W.R.Smith.ot Lathan, III., ''but found no relief till I used Bucklen's Arnicr Salve. I have not beea tioubled with piles since.'' It's the only champion pile oure on earth and the best salve in the world. 2;jc per box.suaranteed !v Brown ACo. our Elects West cf llie Court House. CHICKASHA, 3ft ROBT. L. McQUISTON.Xj INDIAN TERRITORY. " "if" r- - is. " "J Thcro ha, bee;: n greet sb'iig.i ter of deer in Michigan- 5,0(10, of them in twenty two days. If J th season bad been lpnger the: story would have bpcn stronger. A Clear Complexion, Is a sign of good health, which is quickly obtained by use of ltex Tea. It parities tl:e blood, regulates the kidneys and liver, and enres con stiiWiotv V 'UK'1" nre fl,,'licr ized to refund the money in any case where Rex Tea fails to do it C. It. Campbki.l. Pres., J. T. AusT. Ass"t. Cashier, U. P. Johnson, Ass't. Cashtor. what is c'.aimed for it, per package. Price 25c 1 2fov9 lv i x. H. H. Johnson, K. K. Woottes, Jit., Vtee Pres., Cashier. No. 5431. First National Bank, Capital . . . $ 25,000.00. CHICKASHA, IND. TER. DHHECTOK1: M..V. Itourland, C. If. fosstni. R. Bund, R.F.Johnson, A. I. .Vail, J. A'. H'outen.jr , Webb llcndrix, C. H Campbell, U. B. Johnson. CORRESPONDENTS Importers and Traders National U-vnk, New York; Am prk-ari Nntiuaal Hunk. Kcsas City, Mo: Uoatinua'8 Jibuti, St Loui., Mo; farmers and ilecliaiiies Jlatik. Kort Worth, Texas.' Our patrons, irrespective of the size of llieir accounts, will reeelve careful xnX consiilerote attentioa. and liberal accotamodatloa wiil be extended them uijoq accept able collateral. Of course, Marjorie, only sen sibly men will agree with you in politics; but it is deplorable how few really sensible men ther ore in the world. OV TARE XO CHAKCEs when suffering with a cold. Lagrippe, or Neuralgia by taking Bromoline. as it will cure any case in one day. All druggists are authorized to re fund your money in any ease it lails to cure. Price 25 cents per package. Remember the name, Bromoline. ov9 ly Ask and receive. Our George. )94 3 S ',)393',)3'':' J C Oohakt. President. J. A. BoHART, Cashier. J. B Clark. Ass't Cash J. H. Clark, VicePresident. W. A. Bohabi, Ass't Caslj Bank of Chickasha, CHICKASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY. Capital, : : : $20,000.00 INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY, $150,000. Offers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances, Busi ness and Responsibility Warrant. I Aspire to the church A .-teeple. H The football here now steps lowu from his pedestals.' jpody prtts it olf until the last; itiimte. ; Some people are too lazy to B 'jve IVotprlutd in the eunds Never measure prosperity by : I .pearaiices: l.ots 01 tellows :1 boiiov,-a a i.iikvl to have siio; a ; hiiied. ' One of the crying metis of the ; iinsct year of the 'dneteeth ceti- try is "The People's Private! .iiiiiiige lor cuwumeu Lnnsi- as presents. fonhidering the grest number "" .j'elgian hares, it is strange how tV piipic Lave i-aleu theui. Vrhaps the Belgian here is pure- o GREAT THE BIG CASH STORE. REDUCTION II fn A nriTTTTiTiri J. xi. y,L , v.li tiVU C ' '. 5 v r. li 1 LVii'lia it luXt'd a YEY ar j-T'u,d to cvM o-j r c-.TPtot k rs' at ' : n iiotitobUt.h a c:.':-. i. Y,: 1.11- ro o...e:-, V.'aean f. y-v.i h.-.atl.t v.r... 'y ti a l.rf, cr, i! &t $1.25, SI. SO, SI. 75. AsX to see Warner's RUST-P.IOOF. I am very much overstocked with clothing and overcoats. Anyone in need of clothing will find it to their interest to call and examine our stock before buy I am willing to make an even ex change for the cash, so come and get my prices. 1 m r 1 n It i I s:n retjuired taste. The scat of war in the Philip" ues is so old that it needs patch- THE BIG CASS i s i orEbJ MAYS Propr.