The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 223, Ed. 1 Monday, September 10, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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Chickasha Indian Territory Mpnday"': September 10 1900.
For Chickasha First; The Indian Territory Second; The World After.
Established January I 1900.
IT'S A FACT
It is all Leather
It is good Leather
It Looks Well
It Wears Well.
All Styles and all for $150.
Shoes and Satisfaction-
NEW MONITOR LAUNCHED.
Tbo Wyoming Hulls br he t'nlnn Iron
Work. Raocee.folli' Flo.ted Ohrl..
teaed br HIM flattie Warren.
Son Francisco Kept. U. The 1'nlted
State monitor Wyoming -a sue
csf ully launched at high tlilc this
morning; from the shipyard of the
I nion Iron work in tha presence of
thousands of enthusiastic people
lined along the shores or crowded
on excursion steamer. The event
had been made a feature of thu scinl
centennial celebration of California'!
admission to the union. Miss llattie
Warren daughter of I'tiltcd State!
Senator Warreu christened the vessel
by breaking the usual Imttle of wine
and exclaiming "I name thee Wyo-
ming." When the vessel's steru
touched the water the' Svectators
ent tip a mighty yell which how-
ever nn noon drowned in the din
made by score of steam whistles.
CENSUS PIOURES PADDED.
Fiplanatlon of Wbf the population of
Maeola X.Ik Showed Sorb a Redoe-
tloe from Tbel of IM9B.
T.ineoln Keb. Sept. P.The rensu
figures allowing a decrease in Lincoln"
population of nearly IS.ooO cauw-d lit-
tle BHtonishment here an the people
were forewarned whpn the bulletin on
Omaha allowed a tumble there J of
nearly 40000. The present figure of
Lincoln are considered fairly accurate.
Those of ten yeara ago were padded
almost 20000 as wna almost every city
' of importance in the old First con-
gressional district. From 100 to 105
there wa a ateady decreaae In popula-
tion due to hard times In Nebraska
rrop failure. For the labt five years
the growth has been markel and the
city to-day ha more people than ever
PROMOTION FOR DAGGETT.
Of h Cbaffee Re eorameade Additional Roe-
er for tbe Uallaal Colonel of Ibe Four-
teeath lofentrr Re In China.
Washington fiept. 9. It In believed
hat the president will acoept the
recommendation of fien. Chaffee and
promote Col. Aaron S. Daggett of the
Fourteenth infantry to the vacant
brigadier generalship which will fol-
low the retirement next Monday of
t!en. Joseph Wheeler. If this is dotw
fien. Chaffee' will be only temporari-
ly set back in his own advancement.
Psggett having indertaken to retire
nd thus create another vacancy u-
n bis promotion
Cities Shew Lares Inrrente.
Washington Sept. 9. The censiif
fvufeau has tnbiiluted the returns from
H cities. Tliese show a population ot
14044711. This is nil average increase
In population per city of U7.0O pel
rent. The same cities in WM) had a
population of lll.V)04." making a to-
tal gain of 3.4(M6rtC.
A Man In the Ca.o.
Oltninwa la. Sept. 9. MrK. Charles
Kuiin. of lielta lias been placed in th
Keokuk county jnil at Sigonrney.
charged with the murder of her hus-
band whose death occurred Tues-
day. There is naid to lie a man in the
Mew Hotel at Fie.lilor Fptlrn.
Kansas City Mo Sept. 9. A stock
company lias been organized to build
a big- hotel on th; site formerly oc-
cupied by be Kims hotel at E-icelsior
Springs. The hotel will cost about
5100000 anl will contain 200 rooms.
Croker Will Hare Control.
Saratoga X. Y. Kept. 9. Every del-
egate who has arrived here predict I
liat Itichard Croker has the upper
Jiand in the contest for the control
ot the democratic state convention
Jt is said to-night that out of 4J.r
rotes In the convention Mr. Crokct
) yi)l control ?77.
State Department Getting Ready to
Present Another Proposition In
the Chinese Troubles.
COMMISSION TO ADJUST SOME PHASES.
la the Uracil me the United State Trmm-
pnrM Are Hauling llulldlnc Material to
the Army la China Which Indi.nte.
That American Soldiers Will Remalu
Tbere for at Lea.t Sis Mouths.
Washington Kept. 9. There is rea-
son to believe that the Chinese nego-
tiationa hove now reached another
crisis and developmeiita of impor-
tance are exnected. the nature of
which ia not possible at present to
even outline. It la apparent iiiui
he atntv di'imrtnient ofticinls are (riv
ing a good deal of attention to the
discussion of the personnel or n com-
mission to adjust some of the phases
al least of the Chinese trouble and
proceeding. It is again seated thnt
LI Hung Chang is still at Shanghai
and unofficial ndvices that reach here
indicate that he is not likely to lcart
I'ekin notw it bat a ik ling reports to th
I'ocle Ham to Mr In Cblnn.
Scuttle. Wash.. Sent. 9. The gov
ernment transport tioodwin now at
Tacoma. is loading building lumber
for the troops in the orient. She will
come to Seattle to complete her cargc
.t vmnoo fact ttikinc also 000 doorr
nnd soo windows anil then will sail
for Ta k u. China. Ibe war depart
ment is to establish a cantonment or
mnnrarv oost at Tnku. This point
i. th ontrr uort of China and all
supplies for American troops where
must pass through Ix-Iore tieinerj.
Local ofticers of the army-believe that
.Moment of lunder indicate
.-miles of settlement of Chi
offnira or the continuance of tlif
war Amerlcnn trimps are to be kept
in China for at least six monms
Ma Have Heen Killed.
Washington. Kept. 0. The state de
i.arrnienl is In receiid of lebgiutl
r..m Tonsul Fowler at ( he Voo umlei
date of Heptemlwr S. atniing he bad
reieotedly urged the governor nl
couriers to I'no Hng Fu and ag.li
asked yesterday. The governor now
replies' tint not one foreigner is in
l'ao Tinir Fit. He U unable to gel
..f- of missionaries' fate until thi
.l.l. nr. riterminated by hi Hunt)
fnn.. who eXDCCts tO L'O north
West and Northwest Quiet.
Washington Sept. 9. A telegrntr
iiner Rnckhill. dated
Rlo.ic-hni. fieotemlier 7 states that
"misaionaries arriving from the west
northwest report oiuet every
where oloiitf the routes. Only foul
northwest province! iniilcote signs ol
tien. Shaw Konr'n.lrd for lonire.
Watertown. X. V. Sept. . AlViert
D. Shuw was Friday nominated by
the republicans of the Twenty-fourth
dikti'lct for corgrcts.
ill in ws. iinyiiitinii
THE BIG CASH
Roosevelt Had an Audience of 2000
of Them Addressing Them as
"My Fellow Dutchmen."
OLD KEN YELLED; DUTCH SALUTES.
Till. Set tbe Crowd Cheering and the Vice
Presidential Kominee Remarked That
"the Dutch Are I'rettw Well In It This
l Vent" Tbe Governor Spoke at Sooth
Dend Ind. Saturday Night.
Holland. Mich.. Sent. 9. Gov
Roosevelt began the closing day ot his
final tour tliBough Michigan by ad
dressing on audience composed
wholly of Hollanders and their de
scendants. In the Holland city park
2000 people were assembled. Presi
dent KolU-n of Hope cullegx presided
nnd referred to the fact that Roose-
velt came from Holland stock like
themselves and said "Oov. Roose-
velt wa bom a Dutchman." In ac-
knnwleding this sally Roosevelt
smiling opened his address with:
"My fellow Dutchmen." This aet
the crowd to cheering and some of the
old set Hern yelled Dutch salutes and
Roosevelt responding Ruid: "The
chairman of your republican state
committee came from the Dutch
stock. The. republicans of Minnesota
have nominated a Dutchman for gov
ernor and counting myself in I think
the Dutch are pretty well in it this
nt Crowd at Sooth Hand.
8011th Rend Ind. Sept 9. Since
dawn throngs of people poured into
the -itv and a vast assemblage greet
ed (iov Roosevelt when he arrived
over the Michiirun Central railway.
Tie city was decorated .throughout
with the American colors nnd pic-
tures of McKinley and Roosevelt. A
reception committee headed by Con-
gressman llrick hud gone to Niles
Mich. (in a special train to meet Gov.
Roosevelt and escort him to Indiana.
Rough rider and marching clubs pa-
raded through the city to the rail-
way station and escorted Gov. Roose-
vent to the stand erected for the oc-
casion. - Frltrhard Presided at Allesaa.
Alliyan. Mich.. Sept. . The Alle-
gan Hough Rider club mounted met
Gov. Roosevelt at the station and es-
corted hiui over the mile drive to the
courthouse square where o speaker's
stand was erected. Gen. E. R. THl-
chaid who commanded the Michigan
troops which captured .lefTerson
Davis in IKfi.l presided. Fourteen
young ladies wearing "rough rider"
hats and carrying flags threw flow-
ers at Gov. Roosevelt when he finished
his speech and then escorted him
back to his train.
Will Open t'p Ihouaanda of Acres
1'oplar "Hruff Mo. Kept. 9. Thf
work of draining 6000 acres of land
in Butler county began yesterday.
All the swamp land in tbe county
will lie drained opening up tliousanilf
of ncres to settlement and ca'isiuf
their value to advanco.
Gen. Ian Hamilton Has Cleared the
Way for Buller's Advanco
ROBERTS HEP08TS BURGHERS SPLIT UP
Most of thef.ou. and Store. He Say. nave
Keen Snt to Krnxer'a Fo.t Tberon
the lloer. cont Who llernllod Consul
General Stowe'a Train Reported Killed
London Spt. 9. The following dis-
patch has been received ot the war
office from Ixird Roberts: "Helfast
Pept. 8. Ian Hnm)ton succeeded in
turning the Boers "'right flank clear-
ing the wav for Ruller's advance.
Dundonald and Hrokelhurst occupied
I.vdenbura- Thursday. The Iloers are
split up and going northward and
eastward. Most of the guns and
stores hove been sent to Krugers-
dead Rotirs left on the field it is be-
lieved that the- body of Theron has
Krugcrsport Is u small town nhout
20 miles north by east of Lydenbtirg.
Commandant Theron of the Doer
nnny was known as a great scout..
It was he who commanded the Roer
flying patrol that derailed and burned
the trairt carrying I'nited States Con-
sul fitowe nnd flying the stars and
stripes near Hon!gspry.it eurly in
Pretoria Has Aao'her Report.
Pretoria Sept. 9. It is stated that
Gen. Dewet has joined Theron in the
neighborhood of Johannesburg and
that the total Boer force there num
bers 1500. The enemy i holding a
position In the high hills south of
the town. A considerable force is now
in pursuit- The Boers have no artil-
lery. The Contention Not Valid.
Topeka. IHn. Sept. 9. Judge Hook
of the federal court has ordered the
commissioners of Stevens county to
levy a tax to pay a judgment of $".-
000" for defaulted interest on $$2000
Improvement bonds issued In .
The commissioners contended that it
w ill be impossible to pay either prin-i-fnnl
or interest as nearly three-
fourths of the land in the county has
been solil for taxes.
H'van fcpeaka nt Milwaukee.
Chicago Pept. 9. William J. Bryan
accompanied by Mayor Harrison and
other prominent democrats and the
Cook county democracy left here at
11:20 Saturday over the Chicago Mil-
waukee S St. l'nul for Milwaukee
where Col. Brvan made an address in
Will llt.contlnue the Charge.
Chicago Sept.. 9. A commit tea from
the Kansas City board of trade con-
ferred with ofticinls of the Santa Fe
system here concerning the $2 switch-
ing charge upon grain cars at Kansas
City. The Santa Fe oflicials agreed to
discontinue the charge temporarily.
THE BIG CA
THE BIG CASH STORK as
usual' right in the lead
with the Largest Best
nnd Cheapest Line of
Dry Goods Clothing
Shoes and Boots ever
brought to Chickasha.
W e have the Cheapest
and best assorted stock
of CLOTHING IN THE TOWN.
fi 14 M -J
If the biscuits are not good;
It's all in the Flour.
To be the Best Flour sold in Chickasha.
Or your money refunded.
Sole Wholesale Distributing Ap-ents for above Flours. -
C. 3. Campbell. Pres. all. B. Johnson J T. Attsx Ass't. Cushter 2
R. K. Wooi-rss Jr. Vice Pres.
First National Bank
R. .V. Hourland. C. H. Jtrssent. K. Bond E. K. Johnson A. L. Kail
R. K Routenjr. Webb Hmdrix. C. B. Campbell If. B. Johnson.
Oflers to Depositors every Facility which their Balances
Business and Responsibility Warrant.
11. P. Smith President
W.V. Isman Vtcc-Prcs.
Citizens National Bank
CHICKASHA IND. TER.
Capital - ' - $50000.oo.
. - BIP.ECTOHS.
B. P. Smith J. C. Driggen Win. Inmun
W. L. Sau-yen. J If. Ttittle
Hauovcr National. New York; National Hank ot Commerce. Kansas City Mo.;
Merchants an 1 Piaai;rs. S'aermia Tex. Co:ula!ntu! XaiIobiI Baak St. Louis
A REAL CALIFORNIA SUIT FOR
Keal California I'ants $3.50 and .(. Can give you
A Good Suit ft. 00 4U-.50 and 65.t'.
E SELL THE OLD RELIA-
BLE HAMILTON BROWN
Shoes and Boots. The best in the World.
N DRY GOODS-- WE ARE
STRICTLY IN THE SWIM.
A good yard wide Sea Island Domestic 20 yards for
1.00. A good Outing L'O yards for $1.00.
Flannel J )e- Laine A splendid goods for Ladies house
Drosses ts. Cun give a good Standard Calico
fust colors for 4 cts. Cotton Checks "0 yards for
t.0. We ofin save you nitiney
G. MAYS Piw.
IS GUARANTEED J
13. F. Johnsok Ass'l. Cashier.
C. T. Krwin. Cashier
I N. JDescomhes Ass l Cashier.
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Dawson, A. M. The Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 223, Ed. 1 Monday, September 10, 1900, newspaper, September 10, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731305/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.