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The Chickasha daily express. (Chickasha, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1899-current, December 24, 1900, Image 5

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LOCAL NEWS.
Roge-James, owe t th enter
prising foil blood Choctaw Indians
in this vicinitv, lives on 8tlt creek,
ami has been bulling him nie
fii'u-f . and then dug a well. Id
doiag this be had to go 100 ftet
before finding water, and when he
-did be founo is abundance, but ao
salty as to be unfit for use. He will
test it by boiling and thinks it is
strong enough to manufacture salt
frva. He will report the result.
Lewis Mean" is at home from Ft.
Worth for the holidsys. 'Tis said
that the cadet uniform ia rery be
coming to Lewis.
Mr. Will Hazlewood and Earl
Hale leave Sunday forObickaaba,
I. T., where they will apend the
holidays with their sister, Mrs. J.
P. vTbatley, and family. Vernon
Tetae) Globe.
Misses Lulu and Minnie Ryan,
eousitiH of Mrs. Cunningham and
Mrs. Dora Parmer, are guest at
the Cunningham home, for the
holidays. Tbey are daughter of
Dr. Hyan of Oklahoma City.
Mr. F. J. Stewart, the reliable
"Jinnie, "comes in today to square
wcounts with the Express.
George King made a trip to
Fort Worth recently.
Mrs. N. H. Kiiik made tbia
ottlce an apprecitaed visit today.
A letter from her daughter, Misa
Oilic tajs that abe arrived at btr
1. Munition in Naplea, Texaa, all
right and waa having a flue viait
Arrested toitay? K. F. Scoffer u
A Co., and tried befor Judge Com
lelion and fined fl.UO and cost for
selling goods chcape than any other
liouse in town. The Fair.
Yor take ao chances when
uflering with a cold, Lagrippe, or
Neuralgia by taking Bromoline. as
it will cure any esse in one day
All druggists are authorized to re
fund your money in any case it
tails to cure. Price 25 cents per
package. Remember the name,
firomoline. Nov9 ly
One look at our windows will
convince you. Phone 60.
Boys If yon want to win you a
home give y our girl a package of
W M Pent mi's fine chocolate and
reams.
Co to Woods confectiouery
store for the best eandies, fruits
nod cigars, two doors north of
Cmerson hop alore
Mrs. lieu Hamptou is convales
cing from her recent illness, and
whs able to lie ont driving for tbe
first time in (so weeks.
GRAND AVENUE HOTEL,
Mis.
ne Neville Is at
rt Worth for the
Mr. Bert Barefoot is at home
for the holidays, from college at
Austin, Texas.
Mr. k Descouibes has been
very ill at bis home in west Chick
MM for a week past. Ike hus
m boat of friends and all regret
is illness, and hope to see bim
Ml again in a short time.
Misses Bessie and Flora I've
came home from Fort Worth,
Saturday morning, and will riv
main dnrtng the holiday vacation.
QeOrga -Davis, au old time
Cutckosba boy, came in last night
from Phillipshrrg for a holiday
visit with his brother, Hoy and
and improved wonderfully. He
ays Pbllliipsburg is all right, but
..1,1 PKInbaah i hpnta the world.
ig her
Mrs. .'. h. MorrU
Mioses Lfiia and -Mint
of Oklahoma City, are tl
Chiiatmaa Dinner Menu, 1900,
CHRISTMAS DAY. 100.
Soap. Cma Toawlo.
sjauaaSftis Poisiocs.
Olives,
Celery.
Radishes.
Leltuce
Swcrtbreads. Bruited Wtlh Musbreom.
Muuju Cream Puts. Asprrus on Toast.
Prime Lois of Beef. Yorkshire Pudding.
Slutted Wild Turksf . Cranberry Sauce.
Roast Ruckus Pis Apple Sauce.
Salmi of Duck, a la American,
yuuil Pie.
Mashed I'uUtocs.
Browned Potatoes.
Sl SI with Bacon.
Cumlied Yams.
French Slaw.
(ireeu Peas.
English Plum Pudding. Bird and Wins Sauce.
Pumpkin Pie. Mince Pie.
.California Strawberries. Whipped Cream.
Assorted Cake. Orauges. Hannnnas. Grapes. Mlted Nuts.
(,ffee
Tea.
sweii Milk
Butter Milk
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Christmas Presents
at the Clothing Store
Oxford Mufflers,
Silk Hankerchifs,
Neck Ties (up-to-date;)
Satin Suspenders,
Night Robes,
Fancy Shirt,
Gold Cuff Buttons,
Fancy Sox,
Imported silk lined
Kid Cloves,
Over Coats,
Fine Shoes,
Suits,
Collar and Cuffs,
Underwear.
Headqnarterrs for Fine Goods for Men.
Respectfully ,
CLAY DONOVAN,
MORGAN & GRIBI
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS.
Now is the time of the year when you don't
know just what to buy for your friends.
Come and let us help you. Perhaps we can
give you some hepful hints.
Suggestion No. 1. For Men in the single class.
Ladies' Gloves, handkerchiefs, parasols, Ice wool
facinators, drawn work and Battenburg goods;
Fine shoes, slippers, fancy jewelry and sterling
silverware.
Suggestion No. 2. For Men in the married class.
A fine dress pattern, pair of lace curtains, a silk
skirt, half doz. or. fine hose, handkerchiefs, tailor
made skirt, pr of portairs, silk dress pattern, a
nice carpet or ingrain art square, and don't f rget -"Queen
Quality" Shoes for women.
Suggestion No. 3. Young Women, single claes.
A nice Monarch shirt, ties, Collars;cuffs; Umbrela;
fine fancy half hose; linnen handkerchiefs.
Suggetion No. 4. For Women, married class.
Nice pair of shoes, night gowns, underwear; sus
penders; shirts; ties; collars; gloves and you
know we have everything made to please the
Girls.
Suggestion No. 5.- -BE SURE AND CALL AND
SEE US.
MORGAN & GRIBI.
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1 II (Jriffln received just about
(he finest Christmas present of
any man in Chickusha. Mrs.
Griffin presented bim a handsome
big boy on Saturday morning at
6:30. Just a little before Christ
mas but he received a royal wel
come all the same. Mr. aud Mrs.
t.ntliu are receiving congratula
tions on their bappiuess.
St. Lake's Episcopal I'hnrcb.
The Christmas service and ser
mon will be held on Christmas
service and sermon will be held
on Christinas day at half past ten
in the morning.
KETOKT
INDITION
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. (So. M3I )
AT CHIC KASHA, Ind. Ter.
At the Close of Business,
LOOK HERE
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FALL
STOCK IS
ATTRABTING
HUGH
ATTEITM
AND IT DESERVES
it too, for certainly it
is not only the best
that we have ever
shown,but also super
ior to any other in this
locality.
No dealer will show
better styles in Fall
Dry Goods or quote
lower prices.
We always invite in
spection and compar
ison and in every in
stance can offer good
inducements to trade
here.
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tt half past seven o'clock.
Mrs March aud Miss Clara
March wtre in town shopping and
laha. L T.. will hold its rwratarl
11 endorse!
GhiGkastia
Greenhouse,
PHONE 48,
Plants and cut flowers
on sale at all times. !
Orders from a dis-ll
tance tiMed promptly. J
Prices as low as ran lie I j
had csewhere. '
! Mrs.
& Brown.
Greenhonse at j
Dr.Johnston's Residence. 11
DR. J.P. NASBORO,
E,ve, Jblar,
'ose,T'hroat ,
and Oatiii-i-lx
SpeeiuliMt.
CANCER CURED
JNo Cutting.
10 ear sp
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BUSY BEK
A U R A
R E S T
The Robinson House,
MEALS AT
ALL HOURS.
SHORT OHDCRS A SHECIfcl-Y.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
G, GILBERT.
! all hour
loroing
nd tbe
Walt
as possil
some '!

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