Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 280, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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" THEIR BANK "
International Bank and Trust Company
VliilTA 1. L
Mb lafAllE Sill lies
Start right and be right by buying the old reliable
Champion Howers and Rakes
Coffip where you can buy a complete outfit to
mane hay. We have the best Hay Presses on
The Eagle and International
Something new. Everybody wants one of thern.
Come and see one of the most up-to-date stock of
implements you ever saw.
BUGGIES that cannot be beat. We can save you money
on everything you want in tne implement ime.
D. S. WARREN
South Wilson Street.
Quick Changing Extraordinary.
Sienorlna Fatima Mlris who is cre
ating a sensation on the Italian etage
will shortly appear In London. Single
kanded she haa produced "The
Geisha" representing herself ail the
IS principal parts and changing her
coitume 1T3 times. Her performance
lasts three hours and at no time Is
she off the stage for more than ten
seconds. She has a marvelous voice
and can sing soprano alto tenor and
barytone. The critics declare that
Signorina Miris who is only 24 years
of age Is Siddons Nellie Farren
Florence St John and Fregoli rolled
Into one. At present she Is perform-
ing at Bologna a piece entitled "La
Grande Via" In which se makes over
one hundred changes of costume.
D O Y;0 U
In the Latest and Most
Up-to-Date Manner . .
Having just received a large lot of the latest
style new type we are prepared to do any
thing in the line of Catalogue Work Blanks
the finest Stationary Big Bills or in fact any'
thing you want that anybody can print
Cal: Tel. 44 forjobman
From U1 points In OklaJhoma
Doaly to October 31 1907.
Through Cha.tr Car a.nd Pullman Tourist Sleepers-
Stopovers at Williams for Ground Canyoni
Ash Fork for Prescott and Phoenixj
and at many other points.
Block Slfne.1. Harvey MeaU.
AN SAN JOAQUIN VAll.IT.
R. J. Kennedy Faaang-er Agent
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Delightful Summer Outings
I can suggest any number Ji delightful trips to Lake
Mountain and Seaside Resorts at a very nominal cost
Plan your vacation trip nowtell me where you are think-
ing of spending your vacation and I will gladly give
'CTVT J ou Partcu'ars' Write me to-day.
) I x W. S. S T. CEORCE.
St. Loait Ma
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J -v 'ry r. f
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Yl!(l-.A i.U unj Petail t) tiler In
Ilorstii (Si. Mules
tl AWN pJIONIi i '' !
COki:SPOM)L.NCE SOLICIT L70
North Wilson Street
VINITA - I. T.
To Clean Window Shades.
We have all heard the Btory of the
woman who told the new mam 10
wash the curtains meaning the lace
nnps and came Into the kitchen Just
in time to discover the newest window
shades melting in the boiler. But we
do not all know that when shades are
merely dust soiled the surface can be
freshened by the application of hot
corn meal. The shade should flr&t
be spread out flat on a large table and
the meal rubbed in with a circular mo
tion of the palm. Then if rubbed gen
tly with a soft dry cloth the meal and
the dust it has absorbed will be re
moved without leaving any trace of
either. Country Life in America.
"Fu Ju" Brooch.
A brooch which is unique . called
"Fu Ju." Is worn by the Chinese as a
charm for long life happiness and
success. "Fu Ju" has been worn ana
worshiped by the Chinese people for
nearly 4000 years and is implicitly
believed in by them. The men wear
these pins on their caps and the
women wear them in a number of
ways usually as brooches and as
pendants on chains. They are being
imported for American wear in
brooches scarf pins pendants and
hatpins and will probably prove ex-
tremely popular judging from the
present vogue of Chinese articles.
What She Should Do..
They were interested only in their
own affairs and didn't seem to care
who heard them. "Gave me the icy
elbow on Main street yesterday didn't
you?" he began. "Cross my heart I
didn't mean to" she replied. I Just
didn't Bee you. "But you looked right
at me." "Can't help It I didn't see
you." "Huh! Well if you didn't you
ought to go to one of these octogenar-
ians and get yo ir eyes fixed."
As to th Scorchers.
"Do many 'end.- ance race' autos
pass here?" asked t' e city boarder
peering down the rc.il. "Yeas stran-
ger" replied the old 'arroer. "They
are all endurance race s to us." "To
you?" "Sure. It is an endurance test
of patience to keep from b'azing away
at them every time they run over a
cow or scare a horse."
Put His Foot In It.
"That's a beautiful photo of you."
"1 am glad you think bo then you'll
be willing to exchange that ugly one
you already have for it." "I'd rather
keep it U is so much more like you."
J. W. MUSSER'S
( Successor to S. L. Kill. )
Good Work and Artesian
South WiUon St. - - Yiuita Ok:.
The Sterling Clothing is
the ideal ready-to-wear
popular priced gar-
ments i very garment
guaranteed as to icorfe-
mnnship fit & material
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Popular Priced Suits
$5.00 to $8.50
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H Let us fit your boys for school. We give him fits for I
$1.00 to $10.00 t
The Store Where a $1 Goes the Farthest
ggm ' ls
We Have a Number of Good Farms
for sale atprices that are reasonable. Sefojwrite orphone
RAG AIM & CQMT
HILL D U I L DI N G. PHONE 19
Mr. and Mrs C. L. Vv'ashburn. of
Nowata who have been visiting
friends in this city returned to their
home this momiDg.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will hold a rumage sale soon.
S. G. Victor of Afton washerethis
afternoon on business.
First Fuljliehed Aueast 30 1907.
In tbe fniteJ Htntes l'mtrict Court at Vinita
tn the Northern Tietnct of tbe Indian
Lr.tie EliIaleth rvia. plaintiff i
William Irf-e I'avis. if fenlat. '
Tb deffmUnt. Williura LP Povin is warned to
mrint!iia!urtwitl'in thirty day and an-
ir t'i rompiaint of the plaintiff L-utie
t;u!i'"rhIaVa- .Cb. A.IvidnCWk.
Bj E. V. Davidson. lpnty.
John B. Tnrnrr. Attorney for Plaintiff.
T. D. B. Frear. Attorney for on Kesident De-
fendant. A-Jirost 29. 1WT.
Boys' and girls school hats and caps
50 cents at The Fair. 2C2.
The Best Gas Heaters
on earth at
EFllll IOC. ft WEEK ! HINSMAWS
Low rate? Money ready as soonj as papers are
We write all kinds of bonds.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
See us for our list of city and country property.
Written in strong companies.
A VERY -ROBERTS INV. CO.
NEXTVTO POSTCFF1CE. VINITA .T.
Two $10 Ball's Eyes $6.00
Four $5 Tlexo - - 3.50
One $2 Browning - 1.50
These Goods Must Be Sold and
These Prices Are Below Cost.
nr. . 4
Cleaning - Parlors
We will cull and pet your Clothes
to be cleav.ed and pressed and
deliver I'netn promptly at very
W'e rieke Specialty of Cleaning Panama
r.rir:-your work mukstoJ. C. Gray's
Mule tlani. lie will buy tlicm. 2CHf
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Hull, E. E. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 280, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1907, newspaper, October 4, 1907; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774062/m1/4/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.