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The Chickasha Daily Express.
Vol. 1 Chickasha, Indian Territory, Friday, Deceember 14, 1900. No. 305 wf,ubVyshe892SS For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. g,tfa!KiiiJ ASStf wo i DAINTY Tl I I I Those New, Patent Leather, 3 Bar Strap, French Heel, Evening Slippers, AT L EMERSON'S, i TTi r Are the Swellest That's Happened, fa Chickasha T Greenhouse, rnUNc I'lutl - CUI HOWUM on isali' ut hII times. Orders from a h- ! Inure rl 1 t't promptly. 1'ricen an low aw cmu ! Intil eaewhi r-. Mrs. Johnston & Brown. (ri-1-uiionM at Dr.JoliiiMou'.s Keaidi'tiee. Bl TSY BKK REST A 13 RANT MEALS AT ALL HOURS. SHORT OMDCNS A SPECIALTY OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. G, GILBERT. Judge T. C. Hnmplm , of South Mc Hester, who welcomed the delegates to his town, sal ) his address of welcome. 1 "There are people io 8o( s MoAlester who are in favor of siugle statehood. There are in favor of doutile Btatebood, sud 1 aiu sorry to say, there are some who favor no statehood at all They are like the Arkansas col gregutiou. Tue preacher preach ed a very eloqueut sermoa in Sunday, uud iuvited all who want ed to go to heaveu to stand op. Nobody stood, lie was poztled, scratched his bead and asked all who wanted to go to the other plaue to staud up. Nobody stood. The preacher was more puzzled thau ever, and standing awkardly hi the pulpit, his perplexity show ed iu his face. A member of the congregation seeing it, sought to relieve his miud sud rising said: 'Unother, you probably don't un derstand our people. Tiiey ain't ready to go uowht re. They doirt want to go nowhere, Arkansas is goad enough for them.' That ir. Lbs way some ol our people are, they would not quit South Mc Alerter to go to heaven, and of t'oume the other place has uo attraction for them " ear- 1 1 ix not so much wliat ueotili- ,'veas their eantliilitiea for get ting' that weighs them in the hal unee of worth . Carnival of Crime. Guthrie. Ok., Dec. 13. A nival of crime seems to be raging over Indian Territory. No less than 10 men were killed in the last week. They make a startling a ii) when grouped. A negro named Johnson was killed Thorspay, near Berwyn. J in Rivers, another uegro, is in jail there to answer to the crime At Muscogee. Thomas Owens shot and mortally wounded Moan Wiles last Monday. Owens sur rendered. At Checotah Robert Gentry, a prominent cattleman and a direc tor in the First National bank, was shot and mortally wounded Moudsy night. It is not known who did the shooting. Information reached Mnscogee Saturday that a negro named Will Williams shot and killed an Indian girl named Cboska. A message from Heagan, Cbick. asaw nation, says news has just reached there of a killing near Albambra. it is said Lon Polk, ou wlios, farm Day has lived this year, went to the place to collect his reut. went eollec this rent. A Hued and l'olk shot Day, killing him iustanly. A telephone message has been received by City Marshal Ryan I traeks, mangled beond reeegnit froui Cbotesb. stating that jini iou. He bad a gnu hoi wound in I . . . I L I . I . ib back one natia ana possimj umrm wn s-r j-snrsririrx-irx-inr-irx-n nmrit. n XTOTKTX-irK-x-xTrxTor)t-)rKTrxTrTor XTOOnoot K vmnrinrs &KTfYVKYtTSTTSTTn 0 SS"l . WU-.-MWWWW-WVV- - WWVWVVWWWWWWWW.'WVW. to the place to A quarrel en- NOTICE! Purchase a home in your young days u That your old age may be 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 houses built on short notice; rents collected; property looked after and necessary repairs kept up. Should you wifb 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, give me a call. List your property if you wish to Sell, Exchange or Rent. Money advanced on property placed in my charge Monei to Loan. Ii yourare thinking of purchasing lots or a home, call on ROBT. L. McQUISTON.ii our Blocks West of the Coort Bouse. CHICKASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY. V .. IF ?r QULfckJUUUJbUlAAJU Simon Vit!klngtick, of qnah w'xs a member of the statehood convention at McAlester yesterday. Mr. was also present. Cane The man who lives within his income, and saves a little, no mat ter bow small or large may be his income, is the man who makes parties have also been money. The man who saves nothing, no matter how small or how lar) e bis salary, stakes nothing. MHIHIlliniHMlll J SADDLE ROCK j liuAmCiiinl A certain amount of dignity is j a commendable th'ng for an in dividual. Too mnch of it, makes the individual a cad. MEALS AND SHORT OBEERS. I D. tuot famishes the latest ex ample of marrying in haste. The coortsbip lasted two weeks, the honey-noon 24 boors, and the grass widow mourns the loss of 1700 as well as a bashsnd. Neat bud been shot in tl and arm by Tom Douglas. He will die: At Muscogee Jim Scott and L. Butler, tullblood Creek Indians, have been lodged iu tbe United Males jail ou tbe charge of ing Peter King Saturday. King was a fall blood Indians and was foaud dying in tbe road four miles east of Okmalgee. Other arrested. charged with implication in the killing. Newa cornea from Chelsea that a man n.nned Fincher was show ing new Winchester shotgun to a friend of bis and accidentally discharged it. His ( year-old sou was eating sapper in an adjoiniug room and the charge passed through tbe partition and struck the boy in the head. He died instantly. At Wagoner on Monday morn ing tbe dead body of Eli Peel was found lying near the railroad ;onld not he located. physician, who certainly know VVlial was best for an invalid blue, -Struck a life-saving caper By prescribing wall paper . ... Of s cheerful and sunshiny hue, i And be went to Town mend's and was fitted out with Mm proper tint, and the invalid U doing business as usual. Mark Twain wasn't humerouB when be said: "It's not tbe slanders that hart a man: it's the troth." NOTICE. Tbe regular annual meeting of the shareholders of the First Na tional Bank will be held at its bank ing rooms alCbickssha on Tuesday, the 8th day of January, 1!01, be tween the boars of 10 sr.d 4 o'clock. H B. Johnson, Cashier. H. K. Johshoh, J. T. ABsT. Ass't. Cashier. ruhuT. a. F. Johnsoh, Ass't. Cashier No. 5431. C. D. Campbell. Pre . R. K. WOOTTEM, JB., V First National Bank, Capital . . $25.000.oo. CHICKASHA, ind. ter. DHSICTOSB: K M. Bourland. C U Htsstnt. H. Hond, IS. R Johnson. A. L. Xail. R. K. Woottn.jr , Webb Hendrix. C R Campbell. H. R. Johnson. CORRtSPO4DEN TS lmjorters sr.d rraders National Hank, New York; Am CUv. Mo: Boatman's Uaok, St Lou!. Mc. 1 .irjer jrth. Texas. Our pal reus considerate atte able collateral. ir accounts, will receive careful and ion will be extended them upoa accept M l'n-sident. , VicelTestdent J. A. BonAar. Casbler. J. B Clark. A-t Casn W. A. Uoh akt, Aas'ttWi Nature loses nothing, the scientists Bay this Is a sort of sop thrown to those with ugly faces. What is not shown with out is contained within. ISTIBLISSID !. Bank of C hickasha, CHICKASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY. Capital. : $20,000.00 INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY, $150,000. OfFers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances, Busi ness and Responsibility Warrant. J OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 1 '- . atf .. l He Gtiickastia Flectrin LiLTht and Power company, Jt K'HTS put in stort uodl . I u reswlaamaa. Prices on rplicatioa. ... nm, jL Prorletor. Call OrotraJ sod ask tor Uw- t TOM IRVING. -sV V- Henry 8ohafer. VMUULE 1 RETAIL Liqnors, Wines. Cigars, Beer. ILPPIKG A SPECIALTY. EEs RENO. o. x. O- GREAT REDUCTION IN CLOTHING. O- THE BIG CASH STORE mm1! RUST. PROOF AGAINST WEAR! .We can St you h yon wisii. a liner , -at onr cuirtoraers' attsn We know no better, one!;, nt 1 K. or. it IX AH are Ruat -proof $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Ask to see Warner's RUST-PlrOO. I am very much overstocked with clothinp and overcoats. Anyone in need of clothing will find it to their interest to call and exainine 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 STORE. J. G. MAYS Proor. m m s I i