Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 129, Ed. 1 Monday, September 19, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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HJVERY article of merchandise you'll find in this store is here because it repre-
iLd sents in its own way our idea of service to the public; tested for the pur
pose bought with that idea sold on the understanding. It would be foolish of us
to put forward our efforts personally to serve if we were offering merchandise
that didn't serve well.
"lJ 'Mil VO
The great wealth of our new fall merchandise is a
part of this idea; you are served by having a big as-
sortment to select from; all high quality. The chief
attraction of our remarkable display in our ladies de-
partment is our showing of these hand-tailored Wool-
tex suits and coats our own special patterns produced
for us by these greatest of all good clothes makers.
Original styles in authentic fashions distictive models
in new weaves and colorings. The best looms of the
world have been drawn on Engligh Scotch Isle of
Harris Belgian. Germany and our own American
weaves are shown.
We'll show you the finest and largest assort-
ment of Ladies Suits and Coats from $15 to
540 that you ever saw
Our Brilliant Displap of Ladies' Ex-
quisite Autumn Millinery is Receiv-
ing Much Praise from Everyone who
has Viewed it.
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W-'LJ' i'i4 i .
tyles in Men's and Young
Come prepared to see something a bit different something a bit niftier than you've been used to seeing a big artistic col-
lection o! the liveliest snappiest Suits and Overcoats ever designed for men and young men. See our special "Two-Button"
Suits-a particular new style of cut that's going to win the hearts of the smartest dressers. See our athletic shoulder suits
with full chest effect and cut-in waist; our conservative styles for older men; our special weaves in brown tan gray blue.
Never before in this city have you been shown such a beautiful line of high-grade suits and overcoats ranging in price from
Everything That's New in Hats and Furnishings
for Men: and Boyj
No Trouble to Show Goods.
You'll Not be Urged to Buy.
THE STORE OF THE TOWN
Corner Opposite Psstoffice Vinita Okla.
Retailer of Everything Ready-to-Wear
for Both Sexes from the Cradle to
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER
Ku!erei an ftncond aiana matter Alltlt 3
1 l poatofflc at Tiulla Okla.. uodar Act
of Miurch.3 K
D. M. MARKS PKINTINO CO.
Per week by carrier . . ( .jo
Per motitta by carrtsr.. . .44
P yow by earner in adruo .8.00
One montb by tuatl Id advance.. .-..... .40
Tbree moottia hf mail In advance-.-...... 1.00
One year by mall la adyaaae 4.00
Vinita Okla. Monday 8eptember 19.
MISSION OF THE NEWSPAPER.
A good newspaper la the grandest
temporal blessing that God has given
the people of this country. In the
first place all the people read the
newspapers and the newspapers furn-
ish the greater proportion of the read-
ing to the people. They don't read
hooks. The old people look for deaths
the young look for marriages the busi-
ness men read the business and finan-
cial columns and those who are un-
employed read the want advertise-
ments. Great libraries make a few
intelligent paen and women but news-
papers lift the nation into the sun-
light Gaffney Ledger.
CRUCE'S PITHY PARAGRAPHS.
When I am elected governor of Ok-
lahoma I want It thoroughly under-
stood that Lee Cruce will be gover-
nor. In politics I am an optimist
You cannot cast your ballot by
Government of and for the people is
only possible so long as we have gov-
ernment by the people.
We will deserve Just as good gov-
ernment as we demand.
The slogan of "more business and
less politics" Is often the battle-cry
of the trusts.
McXeal stands firmly planted with
the standpat element of the republi-
The Oklahoma constitution stands
forth as the model constitution for
Education is the Implacable foe to
oppression in all the earth.
The democratic party has given Ok-
lahoma the best educational system
The farmers oi this republic are its
defenders In times of storm and stress
and make possible its unparalleled de-
velopment in times of peace.
When elected governor I shall sur-
round every honest man and every
hones? corporation with the protec-
tion of our laws.
A thief Is a thief I care not where
nor how he operates and all thieves
should be imprisoned.
The per capita cost of state govern-
ment in Oklahoma Is the least of any
state of equal size In the union.
Government by the people is im-
possible with the election crook at
sway. Put him in the penitentiary.
McXeal Is the tool of the railroads
and made affidavit In their favor
against the two-cent rate.
The laboring man has more protec-
tion under the constitution and sta-
tutes of Oklahoma than under the laws
of any other state in the union.
1 5f I .
Hi I f r
Thli Ubl on viarjr
EEP a Wooltex coat
in constant service if
you wish and if the
lining should wear
out within two sea-
sons we will put in
a new one without
Opposite Postoffice Vinita Okla.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 129, Ed. 1 Monday, September 19, 1910, newspaper, September 19, 1910; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774767/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.