The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 131, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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is so perfect in its make so
simple in use that begin
ners in cooking may work with it
successfully. It makes home baking
easy and makes nicer better food
than the baker's. Nothing can be
substituted for it in making quickly
and perfectly delicate hot biscuit
hot breads muffins cake and pastry.
Prick baking powder Co.. Chioaqo
The Proof Ll In Vlnlta Tetimony.
It Is nofc hard to prove the claims
made for Doan's Kidney Pills. Scores
of people in Vinlta testify to their
merit. Surely the evidence from
friends arid neighbors plain state-
ments of their experience Is better
proof than the testimony of people
residing in some far awav place. Head
the following: Daniel Duncan farmer
living three miles west of Vlnlta 1.
T. says: ''1 procured a box of Doan's
Kldey l'ills at the People's Drug Store
and used them. They cured me of too
frequent action of the kidneys back-
aches headaches and dizziness. Oil
and on for three or four years I had
sutfered from heavy pains through my
olns and kidneys which were often so
vere that 1 could not liend over or
rise from a chair without putting my
hands on something for assistance.
The secretions were too frequent and
I often had headaches of a severe kind.
Doan's Kidney Pills cured me of these
troubles and there has been no recur
For sa'e by all dealers. Price 50 cts
Foster-Mllbum Co. Buffalo N. Y.
sole airents for trie united states. Re
member the name Doan's and take
AN OIL WELL
OR GAS WELL
Why can't Vinlta have an oil or a
gas well? One hundred men taking
one share each at $23 a share will get
the well. Any one wanting a share in
such an enterprise should give hi
name to J. A. Wiso secretary of t he
the mother who has bought one of
y trap oop sujts for her bov what she
thinks of it and she will tell you that in all her
experience it is the best garment her boy ever
wore. Wouldn't have any other brand.
It's what the mothers think and do that
counts more than what we say in our advertis-
ing. But it's only fair to suppose that it's the
way the clothes wear and the way they look
while they are being worn that wins the favor
of frugal and critical parents. The patterns
the style the fit and the way they withstand the
test of wear are the qualities which commend
the XTRAooon brand above all others.
"By the way. Aunt Sally" said
young Mrs. Billings and the fact that
she stopped rocking to 6ay it was a
sign of its importance "there's a
question I've been saving to ask you
sa soon as you came and it was all I
could do to keep from writing it. Do
you remember 'Lazy Dora?' "
I "Do I remember her?" The active-
J looking black eyed woman sat erect
j "Could I forget her? Of all the sbift-
j less good-for-nothing girls I ever saw
and I've seen some!
"Sakes alive!" she added turning
to the neighbor from the floor below
who had run in with her mending.
"You'd need to see her to believe she
was true. My niece and I gave her
that name Just between ourselves and
it fitted. We knew her in Idaho when
my husband was doing a piece of ea
gineering out there and we were
boarding with her mother a sensible.
Industrious woman as ever was.
"There was plenty for Lazy Dora to
do but no Bhe'd lie abed until time
to dress for dinner that was at nooa
and then she'd appear and talk to
the men young engineers you know
After that she'd lop down and read
novels or sleep until evening when
the men were home again. Then she'd
come to life in earnest. My how
she'd sparkle! I used to blink
couldn't believe my own eyes ehe was
so different from' the daytime Dora."
"And Auntie" Mrs. Billings wedged
In "do you remember the young en
gineer who was so crazy over her?"
"Do I? Rufus Chandler was hit
name. Poor man!"
Mrs. Billings laughed eoftly. "You
see auntie had an eye on him for me
he explained to the neighbor from the
floor below. "She didn't know at the
time that I already had my eye on
Jack Billings and it went hard with
her to see this other splendid young
man throwing himself away. She was
always cornering him and telling him
what good pies I could make and how
Little Russian Suits have large flowing
sailor collars trimmed with silk braid and
have silk ties to match t he fabric select
fancy cheviots and plain
servos ages 2 1-2 to 10
years. All handsomely
trimmed. Generous value. . .
JUMBO MER. CO.
I had kept house for my father since
was 14 but it was no use. Rufus would
slip away at the first sound of Dora's
slippers on the stairs. And Aunt
Sally would shake her head at me in
private and say; 'Just wait till they're
married. He'll find out hl3 mistake.
Just you wait!' "
"I was perfectly right too" Aunt
Sally persisted. "If he ever married
her which I hope for his sake he
didn't he's regretting it."
"Aunt Sally" announced Mrs. BI1
lings impressively "he did marry her
and they're living in this building
now in the flat right over us."
"You don't say! Poor fellow!'
"And he's blissfully happy."
"Then maybe he's made enough
money to keep her in idle luxury
"No; he's hard tip. He's told Jack
about his financial troubles but h
says Dora Is the bright etar of his life.
They can't even keep a servant."
"You don't mean to eay that she
does her own work?"
"No; he does her own work. He
makes the beds and gets breakfast
and washes the dishes before he
leaves and he always brings home the
provisions for the dinner he's going
to cook at night. Yes and he's rigged
up a wire frame to hold her book so
that she can read without getting
It's all true. Sotnetlmea she mas
ters energy to meet him down on the
front steps and then ha puts down his
parcels end carries her up two flights
of stairs and come3 running down
again after his meat and vegetables
looking as if she'd given him a king
"Yes indeed" the neighbor said.
I've seen that often." .
"Is she sick?" Aunt Sally sniffed.
"No more than she was when we
knew her auntie. She's Just too choice
and rare to be allowed to exert her
self. She did have a touch of rheuma
tism in her shoulder a few months
ago ana since men ne nas aressea nor
In the morning and done up her hair
That's a fact. She told me herself.
And one Saturday afternoon Jack
went up there to see Mr. Chandler on
a business matter ana ne coumn i
make anyone hear when he rapped
The sewing machine was going and it
made such a noise needed oll'sg.
course and at last Jack pushed open
the door and there wa3 kufuj chan
dler down on the floor working the
treadle of that machine with his
hands while 'Lazy Dora stitched a
For the land's sake! What did
Rufus Chandler say to Jack?"
He came in the hall to tr.lk busi
ness so that Dora wouian t De wor-
ried and before he went back he
laid: 'Billings if ever a man was
privileged to live with an angel I am
that man.' "
"Well I never!" ejaculated Aunt
Sally dropping bark into her chair.
What I'm getting at Aunt Sally"
Mrs. Billings went on "is simply thl!
I was brought up wrong. I mend and
sweep and dust and clean far Jack
Billings Just as I always did for fa
ther but do you uupposo I'm an ex
alted nntrol that it's a privilege to
live with? No indeed! I'm Just a
good ordinary wife doing my duty;
that's all Think how you used to say
Just you wait' and then fce how
Rufus Chandler adores her after being
married to her seven years! I say
io's tremendously clever and I'd like
to take lessons of her."
Eun'.eo Billings!" Aunt Sally re
vived at this heresy. You don't moan
word you say. Just you wait Rufus
Chandler isn't telling all he thinka."
-Chicago Daily News
Boys' Ozfords Ladies' Oxfords
Misses' Oxfords Children's Oxfords
AH the Late Styles and Leathers as well as
We Sell The
McCall Magazines and Free Fashion Sheets
The Store Where a Dollar Goes The Farthest.
II First Published April S 1907.
In the United States District Court at Vinlta
in menoruiern .instrict or tuo Indian Ter-
ritory Sarah H. Barnes Plaintiff. 1
v" . No. 2C32
Amos o .Barnes uorendant )
une Defendant Amns J. Barnes is vimul tn
appear in mis court wunin ttnrty days and answer
mo complaint oi me riaintjn Baran J. Barnes
uaieu April iw.
Chas. A. DAVinsON Clerk
E. B. Davidson Deputy.
Martin & Austin Attorney for Plaintiff
Wilson N. Smith. Attorney for non-muidnnt n.
The great editor had thoughtless
ly fallen in love with the young ladj
whose contributions he had frequent
ly returned. He wrote her a letter
in which he stated that his heart had
been In her possession for some time
The reply staggered him:
"Sorry" she wrote "to have kept
the article sent in by you so long.
Are you sure you inclosed sufficient
postage for its return in case it was
unavailable? In returning it we
wish to thanjt you for your consider-
ation la offering it and to assure you
that our rejection implies no lack of
merit in the article itself simply that
we have already on hand more ar-
ticles of a like character than we can
use for some time to come.
"MISS EMILY BROWN."
BE GOOD TO YOUR WIFE
A police Justice was trying to im-
press upon a prisoner who was to tes-
tify o-i hi3 own behalf the solemn
nature of an oath. Assuming his most
pompous tone the magistrate thus
"Prisoner at the bar! In taking this
solemn oath to tell the truth the
whole truth and nothing but the
truth take care that you do not al-
low yourself to be tempted to commit
a willful perjury. Remember that the
eyes of an all-seeing providence and
of the village constable ue upon
"What are you looking so gloomy
"Oh I'm just home from the race
"Why you told me before you went
down there that you had picked a
"Yes but I er guess I picked
him before he was rii e."
And make her happy by buying her the Best Wash Ma-
chine made and guaraateed.
fiicliman g Wasmunci
The Jealous Wife.
I don't see why she isn't happy
with him. He's certainly very at-
tentive to licr."
'That's just it. She argues that ht.
couiiin t dp so attentive to cer n ne
hadn't had a lot ef experience with
some one else."
This morning's cst Ikiudu
passenger was an lsour late.
fiiven Up to Die
B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St.
Evansville Ind. writes: "For over
five jears I was troubled with kidney
and bladder affections which caused
me much pain and worry. I lost flesh
and was all run down and a year ago
had to abandon work entirely. 1 had
three of the best physicians who did
me no good and J was practically given
up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was
recommended and the lirst bottle gave
me great relief and after taking the
second bottle I was entirely cured."
hv not let it help you lor saie by
Your brain goes on a strike when
you overload your stomach; both need
blood to do business with. Nutrition
is what you want and ?omes by tak
ing llollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
33 cents Tea or Tablets.
The News No I'ure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be needed if all
Couch cures were like J)r. Shoop's
Cough cure is and lias been for 20
years. The national law now requires
that if any poisons enter into a couch
mixture it must be printed on the
label or package.
Orino Laxati -e Fruit Syrup is a new
remedy an improvement on trie laxa-
tives of former years as it does not
gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to
take It is guaranteed. For sale bv
Don't consider lightly the evidei ;
of disease in your system. Don't ta.4J
desperate chances with ordinary met
icine. Use llollister's Rocky Moul
rn Teh the reat specific. 35 centA
Tea or Tablets. M. E. Chapman.
Stomach dosing does not cure rN
Urrh Breathe Ilyomei and if1
medication reaches every spot wh J 5
the catarrh germs are present. Pt '
Drug store sell on a guarantee.
JfJii1?? tTr e? everythingformy bat i
untill Dr. Lyle recommended Casco
wcCl. i can trutnfuJly say it is t'l .
best medicine I ever used for babieC
Nannie L. Taylor Bedford Va. T(
Drug Store Mallaruev & Mvers.
Don't you want to be cured a
catarrah? You can if you will be
Hyomei outfit ffom People's Dn!
Store. Trice $1.00; money back - if I
?et quick relief irom r -Shoop
s Magic Ointment .hememb
it's made alone for Piles and itwor
with certainty and satisfaction. Itr
inc. naint!)). tirntniiilntr rx-Min ri
disappear like magic by irs use. Ti
it and see! Mallarney & Myers.
Advice to mothers. Don't let yc
children waste away. They can t
strong healthy and vigorous wi; "
llollister's llczkv Mountain TPa. It
a swift winged messenger of heal! t
35 cents Tea cr Tablets. M. R Cha !
man. f -
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