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The
Chickash.a
Daily
Express
Vol.1 Chickasha, Indian Territory, Tuesday, Deceember 11, 1900. No. 302
wW4Wis For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. E,tab&YJEaf.9oo
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TW- A
DATE OF OPENING
Committeo Takes Prompt
Action and Names the
6th of August as
the Time for
tho Rush.
A WISE MAN
A wise man always pais a fiiir
price for lii uliOHH. 1
Hi knows that vv'Iihu a live tlollnr
elme is nff'-i ed for mlollar ami a half
it in not, (i five dollar fthi.
ilo'in't expect noine.iliiii for
nothing.
Hi- knows that our ulioes and our
prici-s are exactly right, and i ht
our $3.50 shoe re the. hesi $3 50
shoe in lown
EMERSON
Shoes nnd
Satisfaction.
MONEY IS APPROPRIATED
Urgent Deficiency Bill Will
Cover the Necessary
Cash to Complete
the Alloiments.
TO RUSH ALLOTMENT
MAY BE A. GENERAL flE UP.
Telegraphers Said to Have
Compacts With Other
Railroad Orders.
SANTA FE HOPEFUL, i
Despite San ni tit View of'ieneriil
Malinger, I rains lire Sti ugjlwg
I'lider Difficulties nn 1 l lie
Ageu a are Hunting
for - Opciators.
Galveston, Tex-, IVc. 0-H.c
Telegrapher.' srike on the Santa
J;'cj8tein of rn lroad i to ncu.e
humane conditions of wrvite and
against proposed reduction in wuge.
on llic Gulf line
Union meeting are. being held lo
day on all parts of the nyatein and
reports iudicate that employes in
other department will offer their
assistance if necebsnry. Telegram,
tonight from all parts of the Aunt
son indicate tbat more than 90 per
cent of tbe men are ouV.
This strike was the only alterna
tive, arbitration having been refus
ed bv company official. The pro
posed reduction of wages on ibe
Gulf line and annulment of wage
schedule is the beginning of a syste
matic efiort lo reduce wages of all
employes and abolish schedules.
M. M. Doli-his.
Matter is Scheduled to Corao up
and .Ihj Acted' LTj)on by (Jon- '
grefs Ik'tor tbo Holiday
Adjournment.
Washington, Dec. 10 The
eomuiltiee ou Indiau sffairs of the
house has net a limit within which
the Comanche, Kiowaand Apache
reservations thall be thrown open
i io eeuieiiieni ny irarnitiir a oill
M-tting the opening lor Angust 6,
l'JOl, or light months from the
GAi of December, 1900, and
authorizing au appropriation Mif
fleient to enable, the secretary to
complete the allotments and re
survey the reservation.
jpin fwt Allotment.
The discussion of conditions In
the Indian country of the South
west by members of Congret-s
since the assembling of the house
laxt Monday ban centered largely
about the opening of tho Kiowa,
Comanche and Apache reserva
tion. Delegate 1-iyan as u
nouueed iu these dispatches sev
eral days ago, has a bill iu
routcmnlation which will provide
for dividing the reservation in
counties, naming the county seats
and appointing county officials
Every means of forwarding me
work ot survey and allotment baa
been discussed, and thera is gen
eral npproval of the conduct of
Int-pector Nesler, who had charge
of I he surv eying parties, aud of
Vhij. Rxndlett, the agent in charge
of i he Indians. . ' " ' ! ' '
So much confidence: is felt io
their eurnestness iu pusiiax the
work to completion that Delegate
Flynn says provision will be
made by law for them to make
I he allotments. This is taken "by
those who watch matters ' il Jhe
southwest as an indication on
sincere desire to have the country
opened up as soon as possible.
It has always been the custom
to have the alloting done by spec
ial alloling agents. This plaa
makes it possible to distribute
Home very good patronage. The
change proposed is complimen
tary to the inspector aud Indian
agent, as it indcates a great de
gree of confidence in them.
. j
A $40,000,000 Chris i mas Pres
ent- 1
At last the wht tax is to be re-j
dnced and a little matter of 10,-!
000,000 is to be dropped off to re-1
mam iu the pockets ot the people1
who have cheerfully and nn-i
grumbliuly paid ibis tax from the
begitiuing, but will now be glad
lo have it removed. The new
schedule will leave ol tho tax
that every day citizens Lave to
pay. The item of hank checks
which produced $7,000,000 will
be dropped, and promisory notes
will not have to bear a stamp, ex
press receipts, telephone and tel
egraph messages, and convey-
ftmces will no longer have to bear
a revenue stamp, and a poor mail
can mortgage bis row or get mar.
ried without having tnrnatriu,tJ
mm f the. tax ou cigars "a-iltf"?,
000,000 ou beer win ue .uwvv-
off and it is the intention oi tuu-
cr,88t0 rush the bin maims
the change tnrougn m t
present it to the American peopie
for Christmas present.
Just the Battie m CbickaBha.
Speaking about that ditch just
0n.ith of the Ueglbier
Alderman Walker should get
after bis brother aiaermau
have it "removed." Then wnen
that it accomplished there are
many other places Jnst like it
"only more so" that needs atten
tion. Purcell Citizens,
r-r ir . r isri
'4
Purchase a home in your young days
That your old age may he passed in comfort.
ROB'T. L. McQUISTON
Will open his Land Office 4 blocks west of
Court house till he finds a location to suit. !
Land Bought. Sold and Exchange.
Small hou.es built on short notice; rents collected; property
looked after and necessury repairs kept up. Should you wifh
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, Ezcbang-or Rent.
Money advanced on property placed in my charge. Monet to
Loan. If yonrare thinkingof purcliasiug lots or a home, chII on
onr Blccis West cf the Court Eonsc. . ROBT. L. McQUISTON,
CHICKASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY.
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CiiLSUUJLJlJUlJtJULAJUlJL u. IllSLM SULSLSLSiSiSULSiSLSiSJLSL'
C. B. Campbell. Pres., II. II. Johnson,
R. K. Wootten, Jr., Vice Pres., Ca-sUier.
No. 5431.
J, T. Aust. As8-t. CuBhier,
M. F. Johnson, Ass't. Cashier
An Omaha court granted a wo
man a divorce the other day, bee
ause her husband, probably in-! J
adverte.ntlv. retired with his mu-lji
ddy boots on. Poor husbands are FlRST NATIONAL BANK,
being slowly but sorely stripped $25,000.00.
of their privileges. J 1 -, - . . . . JT
oniror-iM, iiiu, i tn.
DHRECTOR4:
R. M. Bourland, C. If. Bessent, R. Bond, E. B. Johnson, -A. L. .Vail,
R. K. Woolen, jr., Webb Utndrix, C. H Campbell, . B. Johnson. .
CORRESPONDENTS Importers and Traders National Bank, New York; Am
erican National Hhiik. Kansas Cltv. Mo: Boatman's Bank. St I-nuls Mn- riMiwn
t"1"'
As an exchange suggests, there
is hardly a married man, except j
editors, who does not carry in his
We violate "no' connue
. i .,o.o ta MISS fluuu
gay uer
V- CJ , , .
.. . f IJhi Mllfl mil.
Wilkes Williams, m -r- i
and that her picture or
the silver dollars wnicu -
use.
Deputy Madsentame in touay
from Chickasha with S A. Ken
ncdy who was committed by'
Commissioner Tayneona charge
of rape.
Lee Strahan was released today,
having served out bis sentence.
There are now only fifty prison
ers inthejail.-Ardmoreite.
I need one line to fill this bole,
J. A. Boharx, Cashier.
STKBLISHED 189-
J.BCLAilK. Ass't Cash
W. A. Bobabt, Ass'tCasa
Bank of C hickash a.
CHICKASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY.
ital : $20,000.00
'.NDIV.DUALRESPONS.BILITY.SISO.OOO. -
' offers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances, Busi
ness and Responsibility Warrant.
I I need one line to fill this bole.'
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Mail Should be Delivered at
Door cf Every Eoime m
the Land.
Washington, Dec. The 1
nnnuat report of Charles Kmory j
.Smith, Postmaster General, to j
the I'resideut of the United Mates j
emphasizes tne importance of the j
extension of the rural freedeliv-j
cry system, aud gives an exhaus
tive view of the operation of the
.system, And gives careful esti
mates of the cost of extending it
over 1,000,000 square miles of
territory.
Dee. 9. Jim Jef
fries, cbnmpion heavy-weight of
'the world, Is to fight his next bat
tle at Cincinnati iu February.
William A. Brady, the champion's
manager, accepted an offer today
from Herman Witte of Cincinnati
for a contest with eitner uus
lMiblin cr Tow Sharkey, to take
place between the 1st and 14th of
February. .
Go to Invia's Photo Gallery for
tktuie. Any style. All work
guaranteed.
GREAT
REDUCTION
THE BIG
CASH STORE.
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PROOF
"bust.
CLOTHING.
Uon to stK-n . - - . it
We can fit you nan, -
wish, a liner qi"J-""
you
-lit
$1.25, $1.50, $1-75.
A.k to see Warner's RUST-PROOT.
-o
I am very much overstocked with
clothin? and overcoats 7
in need oi clothing will find it to
SS? 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.
THE BIG CASH SI
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