Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 249, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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f.lilford-Berger Shoe Co
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Ladies' - and - Children's
65c for SI. 00 Shoe
85c for SL25 Shoe
S1.00 foi $1.50 Shoe
$1.50 for $200 Shoe
A DOZEN STYLES
JUST IN "
PRESERVO Worh Wonders uith Patent Leather Shoes; 10c.
Soectacles and Eye
YOUR EYES surve you through the work-
Ing hours. It la important that these servants
lie relicvedof all unnecei-
To refraction before the r.ervous sys-
tem racists the tax.
We Ctjglasscs to relieve all strain due to errors
of refract ion. Should the services of an occulist or
physician be required we will promptly tell you.
'!ck!e frame Spectales Ji go
"VM i Chid Frsme Spectacles s.oo
Low rates Miicy n-ffly ;i.
W.!.vn! all Kiti.l.!: Ih-i..!-.
RBAL BSIVVfB BARGAINS
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YOU Lin i UUij'yjis i auuA i'A-d 1 1
if we lcxc;di$taxce mimost.
IS A FACTOR IS VOIR DUS1SL5S
Every Conversation Closes a Transaction
DAY RATES WW. :-: NIGHT RATES LOWER.
Tphnhone and Telenravh Co.
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IN CLOSE TOUCH
The Officers of this Bank keen in close touch with
every detail of the business. lJy so doing they secure
correct methods and acceptable service to their pat-
rons. Your accounts solicited.
p VS1TID STATES DEPOSITORY
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Tuesday c;texUr3 Ll-el-u-ic'.
V.'friiifcadij S;texir 4. I leusc::'
Valley Schxl IIc-..
Thursiay September 5 I tci-'.l
Hill fcchccl Hcu-.
Friday SectexlerS Carter s Sc!-.!
Msy Fever and Summtr CaiJ
Victixs ci r.ay fever eip.: tr.ee
great teneft by takin? F.'ey a I?
and Tar as St step- dl-rc-.t breath
ixxediately ar.l Lea 3 t.le iL-'ixed
air passages and even it it shcuid fail
to care yon it will give initar.t re.ief.
Th fffinuine la In a vel'ow caskae. i
a. p. oxxs. ! i
If you have kidney acd llaJJer
trouble and do not use Foley's K; iriey j.
Cure you will have ocly" jourself to
llaxe for results as it positive. ycur.s
all forxs of kidney and bladder d:v I
ease. A.. P. OirE.vi.
The bite3 and stinh'3 of insct3s..ri-
barn cuts burns and bruises relieved- j
at cfcce with Pine salve Carbo.'ied .
Acts like poultice. Drawsout inSam-i
mation. Try it. Price 21c. Sullby'
A. P. O sens. j3na ; j
Man Zan I'ile Kemedy coxts put up
m a coiiapsioie iuue wilh a uutiis.
Easy to apply rii.t where the sore-
ness and iriflaxation exists. It re-
lieves at once blind bleeding Itching
or protruding piles. Guaranteed. A.
P. Owens j:x
The best remedy for backache weak
kidneys inflammation of the bladder
is L'fcWitt's Kidney and Madder Pills
Their action is prompt and sure. A
weekX'treatment for 25c. Sold by Ma-
JIarney & Meyers and People Drug
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is sold
under a positive guarantee to cure
constipation sick headache stoxaeh
trouble or any form of Indigestion
If it fails the manufacturers refund
your money. What more can any one
do? A. P. Owen's.
The bites and stings of insects sun-
burn' cuts bums and bruses relieved
at once with Plnsalve Carbolized.
Acts like a poultice. Draws out in-
flammation. Try it. Price 2c. Sold
by A. W. Foreman. a
Dade? Little Liver Pills keep the
system clean the stomach sweet.
Prompt relief for headache and bilious-
ness. Cood for all the family. Hold
by A. W. Foreman. a
Sun r. cr c uRhs and colds jield al
once to !t'is Laxat tve Cough .Syrup
coi.t aii'erv hfijio and tar but no opiates
Children li.-e it. Its Uxatlvefpalities
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recomrnend it to n;oihers. IIoars-
nt'tvs. cougl.se r"up) i(dd;.jtiick:y. -Ki-ep
iron hand. N-! 1 by A W Foreman a
Abrah m Liacom
v. :n a man who a."
tain d the l.'ghust '
gt in the I'i;t!-'.t
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SMD liEART GiSME
Will Open Sept ICth.
Complete Grammar School
Music Art Elocution.
Terms on Application.
TEL. 27. VINITA. I. T.
"Dear Sally" wrote Miranda Jane
Between you the gate-post and me
I owe my'complexion to
nollister's Uccky Mountain Tea. M.
THE approach of the School Sea-
S son calls for Active Preparation.
Our several departments provide a
wide selection in each to properly
furnish the Boys and Girls with
Suitable Apparel. Whether it be
Hats or Caps for the head; Shoes
Rubbers or Hose for the feet or
Clothing Underwear or Suitings
for the body we are ready with
Buster Brown Shoes for Boys and
Perfection Clothing for bovs big
and boys little.
The Store Where a Dollar Goes the Farthest.
A high grade corps of teachers
A Regular Course covering four years
A Preparatory Cozrse covering eight years
Has added one year's gradz to its coarse
lias electric lights gas en artesian ictll
lath rooms etc.
Has this svmmer spent over 'viP.'rcJ
dollars in improvements
Expects to prepare boys and girls or
Expects to devchp Christian character
Exrexte t'i'r:' ?. t& stiirtdard cf cd.iccti')n
Willie Malsell College
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rjec 23 i uiifofi per fcrm $12.00
Tuition in Primary Department 8.09
' Jan2 Tuition in Instrumental Music per term 12.00
VL'IVTFO TFPIf Ws of Piano per term 2.00
iid ' Board per month including fuel light androom 12.50
Payment of Tuition in Advance. Payment of Board monthly in
Mar. 31 advance. Fcr Catalogue or further information cprly to
SfS Ji DR. G. P. FERREE Pres. Vimta I. T.
Dr. C. P. Ferree President
Frcf. S. P. Duke Vice-President
C. P. Ferree A. M. M. D.
Professor of Philosophy
S. P. Duke A. B.
Professor of Mathematics
Imnnctta Holland A. B.
Professor of Latin and English
Lacile Campbell B. S.
Frofesscr of h'odern Language end Science
Nellie B. Ferree
llrs. I'D. Fence Matron
nnzie Leue il.om.
Lcr.dcn Ccrrser:r.lory Mus:c
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Hull, E. E. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 249, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1907, newspaper, August 29, 1907; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774395/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.