The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 283, Ed. 1 Monday, October 1, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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You see from the way
this suit looks what
perfect tailoring does
for clothes ; no mat-
ter what the attitude
the coat drapes right.
That's what we offer
Perfect tailoring all
wool correct in stvle
You can pay $5.00 for a Child's
Suit and be no better satisfied than
with one of our
AP M. ffL. a. PH M.
( and firnaranteed to
f'hold their shape as
long as they last
h your fall suit is here
you can look at it and
I not be urged to buy.
Hart Schaffner &
$16.50 TO $25
Copyright 1906 by
Hart Schaffner isf Marx
Same Styles in Less
$5 TO $15
FRANCIS J. GILHORE'S
KeSts only MONDAY OCT. I
In a Repertoir of High Class Comedies and Dramas.
Sixteen PeopleSpecial Scenery.
The theatrical event of the season. Don't fail to see every
performance of this excellent company.
High class vaudeville specialties after every act including "Little Tobie
Stark" the cleverest child artist on the stage Clarence Oliver Mr. Francis
J. Oilraore and Mr. Edw. C. Yager wit his illustrated songs.
PRICES 25c. 35c 50c.
Forty - Two Piece Dinner Set
FRIDAY. OCT. 5
"67e Ring' 0 Tramps"
A Yankee Doodle Comedy in Four
Big: Laughing; Acts
FUNNIER THAN A CIRCUS
An Entertainment for Children from 6 to 60. A
Comedy With a Plot Mounted with Special Scenery.
Musical Singing and Dancing Specialties.
The Show You Have Been Waiting For Introducing
the Favorite Comedian
Supported by a Carefully Supported Compaq.
PRICES 25 50 & 75 CENTS
The Chieftain lias just received a
limited supply of colored constitutiori-
al district voting maps. These maps
are sold at 2.5c each and are well worth
the money. Subscribers to the Weekly
. Chieftain who pay 11.00 in advance
for one year's subscription geta map
t free. Mail orders should be aecomp-
j anied with 5 cents extr? to cover post-
Cures Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia
Colonist rates to California New
Mexico Old Mexico and Texas points
on sale dally from September 1 15)06
to October 31: fare from Vinita to
California points and New Mexico
and Arizona points $25.00. Through
Pullman car service from Vinita to
San Francisco leaving Vinita I. T.
at 9:33 a. m. every Wednesdays. See
Orma lirown spent Sunday In
G. P. Fogle visited his niece in
Fresh Candy every hour at the Sil
vermoon Candy Kitchen.
Sanitary Plumbing steam andhot
water heating. Nipp Bros.
Try some of those cream carmels at
the Silvermoon Candy Kitchen.
I. H. Hitchcock returned this morn-
ing from a long visit in Afton.
A marriage license was Issued this
morning to Oweu E. Leighton and
Miss Myrtle Peery both of Welch.
The Tweutieth Century club will
meet Wednesday afternoon at the
3 o'clock with Mrs. .1. It. McDonald.
For a good easy shave or a stylish
hair cut or a good hot or cold bath
try the Joe Davis liarber shop in the
Scott basement next door to the post-
w; it' .1 t . L. t i i 1 1 i 1 1 i
Miss I ijjm . Lue assiauauu (jumiu..
of the city schools who has been ill
during the past week is much better
today and will resume her work tomorrow.
Fern age t wo years and live months
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Akin
died last night at the family home on
West Flint avenue. Burial in the
city cemetry this afternoon.
WINNER FOR AGENTS Health
and accident insurance on popular
monthly payments. For liberal terms
address Continental Casualty Co. 021
Exchange bldg. Denver Colo. 288
E. H. Smith president of the new
Miami Trust & Savings bank leaves
this evening for Miami where he will
henceforth reside. The new bank
will commence business the first of
FOR SALE A printing plant for
country weekly newspaper and job
office consisting of type rules slugs
two presses imposing stone paper
cutter gasoline engine etc. For part
iculars write or call on The Chieftain
L am in communication with a large
number of farmers and business men
who want to locate in the Cherokee
nation. Anyone who has farm lands
or city property to sell or farm lands
to lease from one to five years should
list it with John W. Pyle room 3
Leader building. 284 d&w 2t
Jane Hopkins Suits
New full line in today.
E. N. RATCLIFF MERC. CO.
Foley's Kidney Cure
ttakes kidnevn and bladder right.
For the International Association
of Fire Engineers at Da'las Texas
October 9 to 12 the M. K. & T. will
make a rate of one lowest first class
fare plus $2 for the round trip $10.90
from Vinita. Dates of sale October
6 and 7; final limit 21 days from date
of sale. E. M. Ashbrook agent.
Georgia Home Coming.
For the Georgia home-coming at
Atlanta October 10 and 11 the M. K.
& T. will make a rat of one fare plus
$2 for the round trip. Dates of sale
October 8 and 9: final limit 30 days
from date of sale E. M. Ashbrook.
In connection with one way colon-
ist rates to California and Mexico the
M. K. & T. will run thru sleeping car
service St. Louis to San Francisco.
Car leaves St. Louis on Train 5 the
Flyer Tuesdays of each week. E. M.
New State Fair
For this occasion the M. K. & T.
will sell round trip tickets to Musko
gee for $2.45 from Vinita. Dates of
sale October 1 to 0. Final limit Oc
Kansas City Horse Show
October 0 to 13. Rate of fare and a
fthird for round trip. Dates of sale
October 14 to 20. Final limit Oc-
tober 22. E. M. Ashbrook agent M.
K. & T.
Dallas State Fair
October 13 to 28. Rate one first c lass
fare plus ffl cents for round trip.
Dates of sale October 11 to 24. Final
limit. Oetoter 29.
Will give $5.00 for tho best
six ears of corn left at our
bank before Oct. 15th and
$2.00 for second best. The
corn must be grown in the
We Have Aoi?ey to Loan
and Want Your Deposits
open for business at the
Fresh Candy every hour.
Taffy Caramels and Choc-
olates manufactured b y
our own candy maker a
specialist in his line.
LIOE HENDERSON Prop.
A week replete with music
Mirth and Sight-Seeing. Twen-
ty Blocks of Illumination.
Round Trip from
On Sept. 30th to Oct. 6th the
M. K. & T. Ry. will sell tickets
at one first class fare plus 50c
for the round trip good return-
tng to and including Oct. 8th.
Priests of Pallas Parade
ouslv decorated vehi-
Grand ball in Convent
Ask M. K. & T. Agent
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of ManZan will srive you
immediate relief. Sold bv A. P. Owens
$1 TO $6
5V?e Furniture Man
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE LINE OF
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Furniture and Stoves
Call and See Our Goods and Get Our Prices
CWif IT'V 5" dT f Vinita' Foremost
1&& LU Home Furnishers.
Account Trans-Mississippi confess
November 20 to 23 Frisco will sell
round trip tickets to Kansas City at
rate of one fare plus $2 ( $7.0 ) . Final
return limit November 28. An ex-
tension of return limit until Decem-
ber 18 can be secured by depositing
ticket with joint agent at Kansas
City on or before November 28 and
payment of $1.
It is a well known medical fact that
pine resin is most effective in the
treatment of the diseases of the blad-
der and kidneys. Sufferers from back
.tche and other troubles due to faulty
action of the kidneys And relief in the
use of Plne-ules. $1.00 buys 30 days
treatment. Spld by A . P. Owens. 3m
Tone the liver move the bowels
cleanse the system. Dade's Little
Liver Pll's never gripe. Sold by A P.
We are showing many new Watches and Watch
Novelties such as 8 day watches and calendar
watches. Watches in solid goldgold filled nickel
and gun metal cases for Indies and gents at prices
From $3.00 to $75.00
Elgin Waltham. Hampden and Rockford
watches in nearly all grades at prices
From $6.00 to $75.00
When you want anything in the Jewelry line
call and see what we have.
Schliecker's Jewelry Store
a6 South Wilson St. Vinits Ind. ler
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McClintock, R. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 283, Ed. 1 Monday, October 1, 1906, newspaper, October 1, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773032/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.