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The Chickasha daily express. (Chickasha, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1899-current, October 30, 1900, Image 4

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their race against the whites, but
all far abo.re the blanket Indian
of the reservation.
They come quietly and peace
fully to the enrollment places,
making of the enrollment days a
sort of picnic. Most of them,
even the fuliDioous, wear mo
dress of civilization. One of the
men who will become a citizen of
the United States is Zeke Proc
tor, a Cherokee and a bad Indian.
Several years ago he killed seven
men near Westville and shot the
deduty marshal who tried to are
rest him. As a rule tne fullbloods
are docile and even kindly, bnt
they have not the ability or
energy of the halfbreeds, and it is
probable that tbey will soon be
come extinct. At present the five
Tribes are the plutocrats of the
American Indian race. What they
will be after they have come into
their full heritage is a problem
npon the solution of which may
depend the government's treat
ment of all its other wards-'
Should this scheme of naturaliz
ing these Indians prove a success
it ma? be repeated with other
tribes.
i riCL
And So They're Engaged
Sb. Homme, .f MldramoMff
Lunchon Ui Town.
TIIE hud waiter prfed a button
in the wall and rose-colored elec
tric bulbs blossomed like ilowers upon
the ceiling, filling tlie great dining
room with soft, still radiance and allow
ing the white tablea Burrounded with
ornate high-backed chair, now elo
quently empty. The air from the av
enue stirred the lace that screened the
open windows and made the blooming
marguerites in great high tubs about
the room move on their fragrant stems.
It was barbarously early for dinner,
but ridiculously late for luncheon, but
it had suited the mood of the man and
the maiden who had met by accident
and had been spending a delightfully
11 nch a peroneal day in town. Ilesides
that there were trains to be taken bark
to a fashionable resort, where break
fasts, luncheons and dinners made such
informal meetings as this quite impos
sible. So, as the girl said, it was all
the more fun. They were not even
dressed fordinner and the head waiter,
who was punctilious in such matters,
giancea somewhat disapprovingly at
the girl's linen shirt waist and her
bamboo hat with a pouf of blue, tilted
down over her brows. The man was a
well-dressed, well-tubbed specimen.
The room was almost deserted excepf
for those two and the occasional cackle
of a waiter was all that broke the si
lence except their own discreetly-lowered
voices. A small Kast Indian man
picturesquely turbaned and robed in
white came toward their table bearing
a chafing dish upon a silver tray from
wnicn he served them noiselessly with
rice and chicken while a waiter poured
wme jnio wo pale greenish classes.
The service had all the dignity and
importance of a rite.
The girl's face took on a look of in
lense satisfaction as she tasted the first
morsel. Ashersun-kiwsed hands moved
over her plate the man thought that
sue was one or the few women who at
gracefully. As a rule, they were too
noncnaiant or too enthusiastic. But
this girl's appetite had all the repret-
eiuu ui a uuse.
"Isn't it funny?" sh iaid
"Kunny?"
I
NEW STORE.
LOW
NEW GOODS
PRICES!
40 in Novelty plaids, 35c
36 in French Opera Flannel
Pink and Green 40c
Very Heavy grade of Onting
Flannel fine patterns,. .. . 09c
Fine line of 32 in Brocaded
Worsted, 12'c
Near silks in all shades,. .. . 15c
Shaker Flannel from 6 to 9c
36in Madras Cloth 12-Vc
28in drpss plaids in all shades, luc
A very fine line of rugs and center
pieces.
Our Linen Department.
Red Table Linen from 16$ to 30c
White Table Linen. . . 25 to 55c
Very fine Cotton Crash,
brown and bleached,. , 5c
Very fine line of Xapkins.
2Jx30in lace curtains 40c a pair
Lace Fillow Shams,. . . .20c per pair
Fine line of Cotton and
Linen Towels,. ......
Bed Spreads,full size, from 75c up
Carpets and Window Shades..
Gents Furnishing Goods.
Fine line of inotled half-hose, 10c
(worth 25c)
1 Case of Fedora and Crushed
Hats, $1 OO.worth 81.50 to $3
Gents linen collars, standing
or turn down,. ......... 5c each
A very fine line o( heavy
winter shirts at a very low price.
Call and see our line of ladies'
walking bats, up-to-date. . . .
School bags, bookstraps, rulers,
slates, lead and slate pencils. .
Our line of Capes and Jackets are
all up-to-date.
Ladies' Union Suits in gray
or white Onetia. . . . . .at35c a suit
Ladies' Vests. . ; 15c
Our line of Stationery can't be beat.
Websters Unabridgtd diction
ary, leather bound. . . 12.00
Websters Pocket dictionary 10c
School Tablets from 1c up
A very fine line of stationary
from 5c a box up
PENPOINTS, INK AND MUCILAGE AT A VERY
LOW. PRICE.
A Very Fine Line of Ladies' Belts, Stock Collars and
Neck Wear All Up-to-Date.
Proorietor.
CHICKASHA AVE.
I JAG
CALL AND SEE US.
M
"Why, of course, it's too funny for
anything! To think of our meeting
"tt.urm, oi ail places, at church!
Tell me why do you go to church?"
io Kin time. I suppose. Then the
music there is admirably good and the
eernions
"Admirably short 1" mm
j "Exactly! Why did you go?"
"I always go. It's become a fcabit
with me. lint it is the very last place
I should have expec ted to see you. It
is a remarkable coincidence that we
should have drifted there. Don't you
think things happen oddly at times7"
"What kind of things?"
, "Coincidences for instance?"
"I'lease don't call our meeting mere
coincidence. I call it the result of an
educated mind wave."
"Mind wave?"
, "?Ta..brain eurrU 1'ovl know
in India"
, ".T,1.'L', wh", 3"ou S hunting lions,
isn t it?"
".No tigers In India."
Ilut you hunt lions, too don't you?"
., " "ac' 1 one a run once,
though." i
"Oh, how perfectly lovelyl Tell me
about it."
"It wouldn't interest you. You ee, J
I was running first." l
"Ha! ha! ha!"
"Funny, wasn't It? Well, la India,
where they live on this sort of things
rice and chicken"
"And sauterne?"
"r well no animal food you un
derstandthey get their soula culti
vated to such an extent that they can
communicate with each other across
long distances."
"Anybody can?"
"Oh, you must be educated tip to it.
An American doesn't take to it as
quickly, but the natives believe in it.
It is a part of their religion. They can
perform all sorts of magical trick. I
have no doubt that the man who cooks
this the little chap in the turban
talks without words."
"I noticed he didn't apeak. And do
you know as he moved about to still
tnd quiet I iult felt-
"Jarred?"
"No chilled just as though T r.
under a spell. He has such mysterious
eyes. Did you notice?"
"Never notice men's eyes. .Waste of
time."
"Ha! ha! ha! I wish he would come
In again!'"
"He probably will.''
. "Hush!"
"What?"
''!lhereheoooje8! Ha has another
dish."
"Good!"
"n i iet ns pretend to notic. Yes
as you were saying. I ouite airree with
you, that the day has been a pleasant
one-Tiut what would people think if
mrj came in and found us dining to-gether-at
five o'clock. I, in a saUor
iiui you
"In a sailor hat also "
"And Chappy"
"Twenty miles awn v!"
n... : ... , . . '
"Ul " ' naun t met sh-h! He's
f""' " "3! -ever Ple a yllable
" , Ih" 18 notjier of those
r"" loous! the same, but different!
I wonder what it is?"
"Suppose we ask him ?"
"No, it might break the k1! Ti,
on the card. It must be there some
place." !
hr er er Here it it
ry of Enchantment.' "
hat do you think of that?"
"I think he's a wonder."
"Bnt it is getting more mvsterimn
con t you think so?"
Neoga, 111., Oct. 14. 99..
Pepsin Syrup co., Monticelo, 111.
Gentleman: I feel it my duty
to express to you my gratitude
for what yonr wonderful remedy
has done for .me. I was com
pletely run down with a complica
tion of stomach disorders. For
ten months I could not work
and was treated by three emi
nent physicians. One insisted
upon operating on me, declaring
nothing short of an operation for
appendicitis would cure me. A
friend induced me to try Dr. cald
well's Syrup Pepsin and from the
first dose I began to improve, and
have gained 25 pounds in weight
and am enjoying the very best of
health. I never tail to say a good
word for Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp
Pepsin for I know what it has
done for me it will do for others.
Miss Annie D. Wibley,
Trained Nurse,
Buy Hunter's cream flour at W.
W. Horn's.
South 3rd Street.
CHICKASHA, IND. TER.
'Visit our Bargains Counters,
New goods arriving daily and the
sale goes on at The rair.
Dr caldwell'sSyrupPepain is now
for sale by L, Howard.
The Cur-
G. SMITH,
CITY AUCTIONEER...
Will sell ajjj kinds of property a
auction, at any or any plate.
J. P. Kennemur,
CONTRACTOR and BUIL
DER. Money saved is
money made. Shop north
of Red Barn.
Cuickasua, " Ixd. Teh
OR B, B. BROWN,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office in Chicliusha Drug Co'a &juk store, 3rd
door east of Bank of Chickashs,
J. Ft. HARRIS,
agext M,,l;;1yLifc
JEtna Accident.
Ileal Estate. Contracts and Lrawi drawn up
Inleical form. Ortlce In Cblckiutba Drug
Company's store.
sj Gratefully yours,
CHARLES CTJRIiY.
Sold by E. Howard.
Dr. Walter Penquite.
Specialist in diseases of theEye
Ear, Nose and Throat. With my
new and Improved method of
treating chronic trachoma (granu
lated lids) cures result in from 10
days to 2 weeks, which formerly
required months and years. Treat
ment is painless no burning or
cauterizing, or scarifying; no con
tracting or shaving ot hus as re
suit of treatment. I am thorough
Iv equipped to perform all snrg
ical operations; cataract, strabis
mus (cross eyes) end all other
operations performed. Myopia,
Hypermetropic, Presbyopia, As
tigmatism and all other aneoinal
ies of reflection corrected by
glasses accurately fitted. Office at
residence, corner Washita and
Iowa streets, opposite Christian
church. Office hours, 9 to 12 a m
and 2 to 5 p m. Phone No. 122.
' Scale books at the Express of
rice in any quantity from one to a
dozen.
t r -n ir t t
W. IVi. WOmaCK, Spend your cash at E V Hoi
lino-swnrth 'a. and fave monev
i o '
jjeaier in
Staple
and
Fanou
Next door to Citizens Bank.
PHONE 95.
CHICKASHA, IND. TER.'
Groceries
We have for a long time desired
to obtain a strictly Pure Baking
Powder that we could sell reason
able and have contracted with an
eastern factory for the genuine
brand named "Perfect'' and will
sell it at 25 instead of 50 per pound
J. A. Wake, Jk.
12-3m. W. W. Hohne,
POWERS & BAGBY,
onlracters
lders.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
and
1U UK LJZ
( Con
Buil
To First Voters.
Yoa are young men casting
a i , ii i .
your nrsi oauoi. e cougraiu
late vou. We also call your at
tention to Dr. caldwell's byrup
Pepsin for coustipatian, indiges
tion. ISick headache and stomach
trouble. At E. Howard's.
OVERCOATS, quilts, and
blankets. AH first quality.
McGaughy Bros.
An amateur can catch a o0-pound
cat with a seine bought of Mobley
just as easily as an expert
Book and Vlap
OF TIIE
GomanGhe
Reservation
Made from Personal Observation
and Actual Surveys of the
Ground, and Can be De
pended on as Abso
lutely Correct.
Streams are Shown just as They
Kzi8t, School bections are
Marked, and an Accurate
Accurate Description of all the
Lands Given.
THE BEST BOOK
In print of this Reserva
tion, and the most Reliable. The
book has 50 pages and large map.
PRICE 50 CENTS.
Sent to any one postpaid on re
ceipt of price. Address,
D. P. SMITH,
Chickasha, I. T.
Or for sale at Carruthers Bookstore.
D. P. SMITH,
ARCHITECT
and Civil Engineer.
Plans and Specificatiens Accurately
Drawn.
Office two doors WcstGrand Arenuf Hotel,
Do not get scared if your heart
troubles you. . Most likely you suf
fer from indigestion. Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure digest! what you eat and
gives the worn out stomach perfect
rest. tIt is the only preparation
known that completely digests all
classes of food; that.is why it cures
the worst cases of indigestion and
Istomach trouble after everything
else has failed.lt may be taken In all
conditions and cannot help but do
you good. Palace drug store.
It is quite natural that the
canon should be num oered among
the big guns of the church.
No other pills can equal DfcWitt's
Little Early Risers for pronptness
certainly and
Drug Store.
efliciency. ' Palace
Go to Irwin's Photo Gallery for
pictures. Any style. All work
guaranteed.
The Busy Bee.
Gilbert and Russcl proprietors.
Meals at all hours. Open day and
night. Short orders any time.
Beds on the side..
Sporting goods at the Fair.
THE GICKASHA
TELEPHONE GO,,
A. J. DENTON,
BRICK.
t Contractor
and Builder.
...
Infill place a phone in
your residence and
keen same in re
pair for
5Q Per Day.
Phone In place of bus
ness 2.50 per
month.
Eg' Imntos
oo Application.
1 "f
CU1CKSBA 1 T
YOU
ARE INVITED
To Call and Inspect
My Line of
Pianos,
Organs,
Sewing
Machines
2fo Old, Worn Out Second-band
Cheap-John, Stencilled goods to
show you, but the
FINEST
line of New Musical
Goods by the best
makers in the United .
States.'
Call and Sec My Line andConvince
. yourself that these assertions
are true.
Prices Reasonable.
.TERMS TO SUIT YOU.
F. 1, DENTON,
Office and
Sales Room
At v
"THE RAIR."
Opposite Stone's
Grocery Store.
Henry SGhafer.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL
Liquors,
Wines,
Cigars,
Beer.
SHIPPING A SPECIALTY.
, EI RENO, O. T.
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