Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. TWELVE, No. 297, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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jTflw iJ ?;vy Furnishings
ALWAYS make it a point to select
that which truly combines the features
of convenience beauty and lasting service.
The most casual Inspection or compatison of our
display will convince you that quality variety and
price considered this store is tire logical place to buy
The Finest Form lure and
Rare editions and delicate bindings at well as valuable
book of all kinds should always be stored in llie dust-proof
non-collapsible units of filb!Vlrnil Bookcases which we
now how in many different styles and finishes to harmonize
with tny interior or decorative scheme desired.
Call i wikJ vud.y f OMT tatpl Art CultK" illiwlraliint
lutiiy U-.iti.lul l(.iie .&iy r-J.tf-ftlii .mi a ey ol
LttlliluU W M.Ut . Uwtkt " i lKJ iXuB JiA U t KUoU"
Ostermoor ant! Seely
I THE MAJESTIC THEATER.
I MOTION PICTTJBE3.
ii Three reels 3200 feet Sitting Cull
lithe hero of Custer's Lust Fight.
I! The most stupendous and spectacu
lar Indian photo play ever produced
Five and Ten cents tonight.
"Pat he's weekly" the animated
newspaper of current events.
This week includes a scene along
the boulevards of Paris. Sbu'.vi:g all
the late styles In dress for the ladles
Three other pictures two comedy
and one drama.
Mack and Mack comedy singing and
talking artists. This Is a new act
so lie sure and see them tonight.
Claycomb S Anderson
Furniture arc! Undertaking
a5jfc;r ''S'-V- 'SSnr"iini rf.rTl n"tiir ' V i"X .Erie 'XIImIIJT'
THE KOZY THEATER.
South Third street between Kansai
Bud Chickasha. W. C. Blackaton.
Special feature- tonight
The Mother A picture that touches
I'reeilla's Airil Fool Joke A good
; All t'nexppcled Peivew A viligraph
; I f Picking An educational film.
j Illustrated song "All That I Ask Is
i Love" Hy Leroy Crady.
; Spot Light Song "Red Pvosn Rag"
j Hy Leroy Crady.
i 6 and 10 Cents.
! Free turkey every night ihis week.
Venison "at Stone Market.
L. D. Stone the meat' market man
went to the Penqiilte pasture today
where he superintended the killing of
the large deer owned by Ike Harness.
The meat of the deer will be sold dur-
ing the Christmas holidays.
Police court necora.
Four charges of law violation were
recorded in the police court last night.
.1 Semerns was lodged in. jail on the
charge of being drunk. Jos Smith
was fined $5 for fighting Clayton
Tr.ylor waj given a fine of $5 on the
same ehargo and Hodge Bailey was
lodged In Jail on the charge of bo-
C. A. Young a boilermaker helper
was injured last night at the shops.
Tie was accidentally struck in the
right side with a sledge hammer hy
a fellow workman. The injury was
painful hut no hones were broken.
The man was taken to the emergen-
cy hospital where his injuries were
Calbraith Gets Contract.
T. J. Calbraith has been selected
as the supervising architect for the
erection of a $501100 dormitory for
the Texas Presbyterian College at
Milford Tex. und left for that place
to confer with the committee and
to complete the arrangements. Mr.
Calbraith will be accompanied by Mrs.
Calbraith son Clenu and Miss Pul-
ler who will spend the holidays visit-
ing friends and relatives at Hillsborn
Waco Dallas and Pan Antonio.
iliristmas Gifts at tlie Eaa-
!LtS SUf'C X -5 J1
; MEET ZYBSZKO
Beautiful and Useful
Electric devices for Christmas pres-
ents are as attractive as cut glass and
as useful as a sewing machine. If your
wife has no Electric Iron get her one
now If she knows the blessing of an
iron get her a Toaster a Percolator a
Hot Plate all designed to promote her
convenience at meal time as much as
the electric Iron has done on ircning
day. The following denleis can supply
O. S. Penny. G-G Chickasha Ave.
Chickasha Electrical Supp'y Co. 419
Why not make it an Electric Christ-
mas. Chickasiia Light Heal & Power Go-
31 7 Chickasha Ave. Thone 100.
Wichita Kan. Dec. 21 Final ac-
ceptance of the challenge from Zybs-
zko to a finish match in this city
some time during the first week in
January was wired to Zbyscko at New
York City yesterday by Cliarles De-
llvuk the well known mat man of
this city. Delivuk wirei! that he will
take on the big man for the ljout and
will at once arrange for the Forum in
which to stage the encounter.
The match can rightfully be said to
be for the championship of this coun-
try as Zylwszko has recently disposed
of Wi-siergaard. Oruerman and Dr.
Holier considered the three men
strongest in the mat game in this
country at present excluding of
course Champion Frank Cotch Zybsz-
ko is much heavier than Delivuk
wtighing about iy to Delivuk's 1 (IS
but the latter says he sees no harm
in trying conclusions with a big man.
even if he does lose.
"I think I will be able to keep him
busy for a while anyhow" said Mr.
Delivuk in talking of the match "and
anyhow it is no disgrace if I am beat-
en hy a man with as good a reputation
as hp has. I have wrestled in some
pret'V ftist (nili"eini.ni jn p0c ou
we!! up toward the- top. Zybszko Is
no heavier than Harry Fans! and I
Clink T f-n inrprocl V-T! fOT a Wl'.llC
I'll sine Ktve hi in nil I can. you can
depend oil that"
X-MAS GIFTS AT THE
Ladies 75c silk scarfs
Ladies $l.0o silk scarfs ...
Ladies $2.00 silk scarfs --
Ladies $2. fid silk scarfs
Ladles 75e velvet bags
Ladles $1.25 Suede" bags ..
Ladies $1.50 velvet bags
Ladies $2.00 velvet hags
Ladies $.l.00 velvet hags ..
Ladles $11.50 velvet bags .
Ladies $-1.50 Tapestry hags
Ladies $5. '10 Tapestry bags
Ladies 75c leather bags
Ladies $1.25 leather hags .
Ladies $2.00 leather hags ..
Ladies $2.50 leather bags ..
Ladies $-.50 leather bags .
Ladies $1.00 leather bags
Ladies $C..(I0 leather bags
Ladies $10.00 leather bags
Ladies $15.00 leather bags
DEEDS TO LOTS IN THE
OIL FIELD DELIVERED
Deeds to the lots !n the Rock CrceK
Oil and Cas fields south of town were
delivered today to the persons who
have invested in the field. R. M.
Cochran and an office force have been
busy for the past two weeks getting
the deeds in shape' for the delivery.
The first stock holders' meeting will
be held Friday night at the city hall.
PERMITS TO WED.
Marriage licenses were issued to-
day to Mlns Mteus and Cora Horn
both of Mineo: Wm. H. Xoland and
Vada Johnson botli of Cement.
FOR RENT A good piano cheap
for the winter to some responsible
family. Address Piano in care of Dal-
ly Express. 1 2-2 1 -fit.
BIG REDUCTION LADIES NECK
Ladies neckwear 25c
Ladies neckwear ...3Cc
Ladies neckwear - . 50c
Ladies neckwear 75c
Lames neckwear $1.00
Ladies neckwear . $1.25
Ladies neckwear $1.50
Ladies neckwear : $2.00
Ladies neckwear $2.
75c Fancy hat pins . 50c
75c Brooches ..50c
50c Brooches 35c
CHILDRENS AND LADIES
75c Sweaters 45c
-1.25 Sweaters 90c
$1.50 Sweaters . $1.20
2.50 Sweaters .-$1-65
:!.'(! Sweaters . $2.40
$4.00 Sweaters $3.C0
$5.00 Sweaters $3.60
$f.5i) Sweaters $1.20
$S.5U Sweaters $5.70
Ladies Silk II one 1 50c
Ladies Silk Hose ...75c
Ladies Silk Hose $100
Ladies Silk llo-e $1.25
Ladies Silk Hose $1.50
Ladies Silk Hose . $2.00
Ladies Silk Hose . 42.50
Hattenherg Center Pieces and piano
scarfs$2.oo $2.5n $::.oo $::.5o $;.od
f 1.50 $5.0(1 and
BEAUTIFUL LINE MENS FANCY
AND SILK HALF HOSE.
25c to 70c.
Metis fli.nii fancy vests $1.50
Mens $1.0(1 fancy vests ...$2.00
Mens $2.5o fancy vests $1.
Mens $'l.5o fancy vests . $1.75
BEAUTIFUL LINE TIES 25c to 50c.
Mens fancy knit gloves 50c
Mens fancy knit gloves 75c
Mens Mocha gloves $1.00
.Mens Kid gloves $1.00
Mens Kid gloves $1.50
Mens and women suit cases an
bags from $1.00 up.
Ladies house shoes
Ladies' Vouse. .shoe
Ladies house shoes
Ladies House shoes
Mens house shoes
Mens house shoes .
. ... ..90c
. $1 10
Mens houso shoes . $1.25
Meijs house s;iOi-S ..$1 '0
Mens house shoes ' $1.75
Mens house shoes $2 50
Mens smoking jackets SC.C0
Mens linen initial heudkeci'biel's 25c
Mens linen initial handkerchiefs 3:ic
Mens linen initial handkerchiefs 50c
In X Mas boxes 5nc kind .....
Men Silk Miil'I'h'i-s
Mens silk mufflers
Mens silk muffler.-)
fii.f.o Furs ;
$7.5o Furs .....
$2500 Set Furs
:i5.0n Set Furs
i;5.0ii Set Furs
575. Oil Mink Ret Furs
Ladies silk waists $:!.5) to $5. GO
Ladies tailored waists iv'e to . . $5.00
Ladies silk pettieoat $2X5 to .48.50
.... .$ i.o j
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Peie De Vore will spend Christmas
in the city as the guest of his sla-
ter Mrs. J. U. Abercrombie.
Howard Cook will begin work In
the Abercrombie grocery In the morn-
ing to assist during the holiday rush.
WORK WILL SOON START
After you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills and you'll quickly enjoy their
fine results. Constipation and indigestion-
ranlfh and fin? appetite re-
turns. They rngu'a'.c stomach liv-
er and bowels and impart new
9?To!nrh nn deefv To w'mto cv-
tern Try them. Only 25c at Hrown
A full sized house broom for
Tied with 4 rows ' of stitch-
ing straw a little rough but
A 5-tie broom with better
The Little Cash Grocery!
K. M. O'Brien Prop. 522 CUix. Ave. '
Bring some elfan white ran to the
Express office at once. Hiyl-t-tt cash
WE'VE GOT THE
WE'VE GOT THE
The two essentials of a Christmas Dinner.
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I REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS:
LUNCH 'COUNT. C Ii ALWAYS OPEN .
The Midway Cafe Open Day and Night. .
311 Chickasha Avr J. S. Jone? Propr.
on't Blame the Cow
IT MAY BE THE FEED
II TE will all buy something for Christmas. It is a (lay that we feel like giving. Let us
V offer some suggestions for these presents you arc going to give. These arc useful
andgood things that are appreciated:
Ladies' Suits Ladies' Misses' and Children's Coats Sweaters
Hosiery Suspenders Ties Scarfs Shoes Bags.
We can give you these floods In the Holly Boxes.
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TCN OIL C0MPANYv
If your cow a not givinij
TRY' CHI CO
Pronounced by all to be th
best and cheapest feed on
the market. It mahej goo I
milch cows from scrubs.
For sale by all
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. TWELVE, No. 297, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1911, newspaper, December 21, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730992/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.