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The Chickasha Da
E Vol. 1 Chickasha, Indian Territory, Monday, D ceember 24, 1900. No. 313 WEEKLY tX PRESS PiU ilishert 1892. For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After. Established January I. 90O Here's Hoping Your Stockings will all be lull This Christmas, EMERSON", Shoes and Satisfaction . THOMPSON THE TAILOR. The Chickastia Electric Light and Power compaoy. on application. . . . , TOM IRVING, Prorietor. Call (Yalta! aa aa tar tho r . . f SADDLE ROCK: i ! i I v MEALS AID SHORT OEDEBS. OPEN DAY AND N I GMT. Tatka Slaying Chusraua. Vieua, Dec. 19. Massacres of Christians by I urkish soldiers in the domain of the Saltan have been resumed. In Macedonia the scenes which horiifled the civiliz ed world during the Armenian trouble of a few years ago are, it la stated on the authority of Austrian representatives, being re enacted. The Austrian Consul at Salou en, Macedonia, sends the detiuite information of t mass acre. He states that Christians io the districts of Ipek, Uostlvsr and Qlljaa are terrorized; that uiasharr-'s are of daily occur rence, aud tbat there is no secur ity for life aud property. Kigbteeu villages, the Consul reports, have been completely destroyed by tauatio MuliuIoimum The native Curieliau prieala were tortured aud many eouverls killed. The Consul estimates tbat more than 300 Christians thus fur have been slain. Appeals o the Turk ish authorities to check these new horrors have met with no re- spouse. Anlmors, Deo.. XI. Acting un der orders from IndianAgentflhoen felt, Copt. Jack Kills, chief of the Indian police, Wednesday aigbt ejected Joseph Wtiw, a mrchant of this city. Wti-s was taken to .Uinesville and releatsd. He re turned home today. Tue police said he refused to pay the tribal 1 pet cent tax. Queen Victoria does not say much in her speeches, bat it mast be remembered that efa have to be re eleeted. Crucified Every Christiana. Vieuuaa, Dec. 20 Further de tails of the massacre of Greek Chris tisos in Mseedonit by Turks have been received from Salon ica. It is said that outrages more horrible t an those inflicted upon the Ar menians a few years sgo were com mitted. In the village of Bitush in Northern Albania a horde Of Mohammedans crucified everyChris tiai male, fixing tlism to trees with stskes driven through bands and feet. Many of the women were carried off to Mohammedan harems. Children were cboppca op before the parents' syet, At Gunu, south of Bituoh.woLien were tortured before the eyes of the buabauds snu fathers, the men were terribly mutilated, having the r ears, fingers, toes and limbs cut off snd many children were drowned, MERRY CHITMAS To One and All. May old Santa be liberal the stocking brigade. Henry Schafsr. WMLEStLE AX RETAIL Liquors. Winos. Cigars, Beer. SHIPPING A SPECIALTY. EL RENO. O. T. All men imagine lbs they talk less than women, bnt coy more. Lots of men, as a matter of fact, talk a good deal, but any absolute nothing. A letter from Jack Stillwiil, ones of Auadarko, and well known here, dated Cody, Wye., to Dan Peery of the K Reno Globe, says be Is not dead, His many friends here will be glad to know that he la net. Worse Than Ever New York, Deo. 21. A dis patch to The World from London says: Midnight The general outlook in the political clubs of a wide spread rebellion in Cape Colony. This is believed be to the cause of the Lord Salisbury's gloomy speech on Tuesday. Tbesitua'lon is regarded with deep alarm, as it i: feared that Lord Kitchener's supplies nre in danger of being cut off. Lord Kitchener is said to bave sens a dispatch demandini 30,000 more mounted men as essential to tne security of the British posit ion io Booth Africa. No preeii cable scheme for provHiug these reinforcements has yet been framed by the war attic e. oar BlocU West of the Court House. CHICKASHA, v v v ROBT. L. McQUISTON.5 INDIAN TERRITORY. :: v v IjE njt p o b 8 a s s a ssBflfljUUUtjjL 6 f THE FAIR. i s A NEW STORE Of the bigff OradaAg Outfit beev Tbofreding outfit railroad contracting Inn of Qtpceh ajari Lee that baa boaa stored la theU tssssense wart house here si use t m completion the workefonthaMeogusseatea sion will bo loaned in a few daya aud moved, preen meWy to the new Book Island extension frees Twelve cars were broagit in last night and the work oosssneace at once. Granite Enterprise. This may be coming to Chick aahn, bnt wo have no definite news to that effect. Tne ligns point to an early bnilding of the sols Valley branch. Santa Claus, Scoffern & Co., Christmas is, nearly heae and it is hard to decide what you want for so and so. When you see r mammoth stock most artistiely arranged yon tfan determine in att artistic manner. Come early ami get what yrju wantkefore they are all picked over. You have only sit more days to DECIDE. Santa Claus, Scoffern & Company He IHdn t Cart. a two f paper erated. cr need about bow Hoar is being ad Husband Well.Idon't cart you. We can't git nothin'wrong with our stumick if we take Dr.Caldwell's Byrup lVpain. All druggists sell it. or sec K. Ilowcrd. NOTICE. The rcguiar annual meeting of the shareholders of the First Na tional Bank will be held at its bank m g rooms alChickaslia on Tuesday, IheHth i'sv of January, 1901, be tween the hours of IU and 4 o'clock. II It. Johnson, Cashier. than all Is :m and ad "hot stuph'' goods this , tiecsusc we pd 'em too. THK FAMOUS COCBBAX. Sec the Glassware Mobley is giving away with a purchase of $2.50 or more of groceries bought at one time. Wanted A woman cook all winter position. Address "A M' ear? of this office- -o- THE BIG CASH STORE GREAT REDUCTION IN CLOTHING. -O- PROOF I8I1NST RUST! PROOF AGAINST WEAR! We are proa vioo to such a Wo out St yon yuH wiaii, a line $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Afifc to see War not' s RU6T-PROOF n' at ten ao holler, l .no, or. tf I am very much overstocked with clothinp and overcoats Anyone in need ot 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. 1 l . r m, THE BIG CASH STORE. J. G. MAYS Proor.