The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 105, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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For City Marshal
We are authorized to annouuee C.
A. Murdockas a candidate lor cltj
Just Received Two Carloads
Oak Dimension Lumber
Better and Cheaper
"We Want Your Trade We'er After It."
Miller Geek & Hlller
(Successors to Miller & Co.)
The cash or credit dealers. One
Price to all. Your money
back if you want it.
marshal to the action of the Republi
can oity primary.
Tonight and Saturday partly cloudy
and warmer. &i
I.OO &. $L50
Cut Flowers at Hum's.
J C. Gray has eight good mules to
sell casr or time. 101-Ob
Notice to Our Customers
We are pleased to announce that
Wnlav'a HniiAV and Tar for couirhs.
-colds and lung troubles Is not affected
by Uie JNationai rare uooa auu urug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs and we recommend it
as a af remedy for children and
adults. For sale by all druggists.
The News No Pure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be needed if all
Cough cures were like Dr. Snoop's
Piinuh piira is and has been for 20
years. The national law now requires!
Lino. 11 any poisons euusi iuiaj a wu(ii
mixture it must be printed on the
label or package.
Tone the liver move the bowels
cleanse the system. Dade's Little
Liver Pil's never gripe. Sold by A. P.
If you are Constipated dull or bil-
ious or have a sallow lifeless complex-
ion try Lax-ets just once to see what
they will do for you. Lax-ets are
little toothsome candy tablets nice to
eat. nice In effect. No griping uo
pain. Just a gentle laxative effect
that is pleasingly desirable. Handy
for the vest pocket or purse Lax-ets
meet every desire. Lax-ets come to you
in beautiful lithographed metal boxes
at 5 cents and 25 cents. Sold by Ma-
Harney & Myers.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is anew
remedy an improvement on the laxa-
tives of former years as it does not
gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to
take. It is guaranteed. For sale by
Home made Chow-chow at Jackson
Bro. 91 tf
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
We want you to join the large number of
prudent careful people who for several
years have found their banking- business
with us both agreeable and profitable
UNITED - STATES - DEPOSITORY
Deposits 9300940.oo Capital $100000
Oliver Bagby President J. O Hall G. W. Clark Vice Presidents
A L CHURCHILL Cashier
Beginning - Tuesday
and lasting' till Friday
We Will have our
Special Display of
SPRING AND SUMMER
( Up Stairs at Ratcli fit's)
We have a larger and more com-
plete line than we have ever shown
and we will be pleased to show you.
KENNEDY & SCOTT.
Grass and Flower 5sd.
We have a complete line of nice fresh bulk Seed
of all the staple vegetables together with Blue
grass White and Red Clover and Flower seeds.
We have the celebrated Trumble line of saeds
which are known all over this western country as
the best that can be had.
Red Yellow and White
DON'T MISS US FOR SEED.
FRAZEE HARDWARE COMPANY.
Wanted Girl for general house
work. J. C. Gray. 101-6t
W. J. Martin left last night for
Columbus Ind. where he was call-
ed by the serious illness of his daugh-
ter. A. B. Watson returned last night
from a purchasing trip to Kansas City
and St. Joseph.
Seymour Riddle is in Tahlequah to-
day on legal business.
The fourth number in the lecture
course will be given in the opera house
Tuesday night when Rufus E. King of
New York will deliver his lecture on
"This New Age."
A marriage license was issued yester-
day afternoon to Henry Clay Brookins
and Mrs. Mary Grimmett both of
The chicken pie dinner served yes-
terday by the ladies of the Congrega-
tional chuch was very successful net-
ting the ladies $53.
Miss N. Johnson has arrived from
the east to take charge of the millin-
ery department at The Fair.
Charles Wasmund who suffered an
attack of paralysis some time ago is
not recoverihg as rapidly as his friends
The official board of the Methodist
church held a short session last night.
Wm. McCullom returned this morn-
ing from ShawneeOkla. where he has
been visiting his father.
Jackson Brothers have bought s
new team for their delivery wagon.
Editor Webb of the Kingtisiiur Star
and J. E. Hull also of Kingfisher are
in Vinita looking over the country.
The Fair will open the season with
a display of spring street hats tomor-
row. S. G. Brown of Caasville Mo. ar-
rived in the city last night on account
of the very serious ilhness of his
daughter Mrs. S. E. Wallen.
J. H. Walker of Clinton Mo. is
moving to the Indian Territory hav
ing secured the lease of Miss Mar
garet Highland's farm nearGwendale
M. L. Turner of Oklahoma City
Democratic candidate for the United
States senate has been In town today
making medicine among local pol
iticians. Mr. Turner is president of
the Western National Bank of Ok la
homa City and one of the best-known
bankers in the southwest.
W. 11. Thompson went to Baxter
Springs this morning to look after his
mining interests. He has just
received word that the Irish Maid in
which he is Interested has struck
some of the richest ore in the district.
C. H. Kirshner of Kansas City ar-
rived in Vinita last night. He is a
member of the law firm of Beardsley
Gregory & Kirshner and is financial
agent for the southwest of the Phoe
nix and Hartford life insurance com-
panies. His local agent is in the
Avery-Roberts Investment company.
He is out with C. S. Avery today look-
ing over the country. Mr. Kirshner
was a classmate of Oberlin college
with Mrs. J. E. Pershing.'
All the new Styles and color-
ings. Ample in size and com-
fortable in fit.
The best Patterns sell first.
6et your supply now while the
line is new and complete.
De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve undoubtedly the best relief for
Piles. Sold by the Peoples Drug
Store and Mallarney & Myers.
The latest stylet in up-to-date Hair
cuts at Cobb Hotel Barber shop.
"I bought a fifty-cent bottle of
Kodol and t he benefit I received all
the gold in Georgia could not buy. In
three months I was well and hearty.
May you live long and prosper." C.
N. Cornell Roding Ga 1906. Kodol
for Dyspepsia is sold by the Peoples
Drug Store and MaHarney & Myers.
"I had tried everything for my baby
untill Dr. Lyle recommended Cagca.
sweet. I can truthfully say it is the
heat medicine 1 ever used for babies
Nannie L. Tavlor. Bedford Va. Peo
Drug Store MaHarney & Myers.
De Witt's Little Early Risers scatter
lia.d.'iphft ;ind hil
Rnlrt bv the PeoDles Drutf
Store ana Maiiarney Myers.
Vnr Oatarrh. let me send vou free.
ust to prove merit a Trial size box
f rr Shnnn'n Catarrh Remedy. It
ia a snnw white p. ream v healih? anti
septic balm that given instant relief
to catarrh of the nose ana tnroat
Makes the free test and see Address
iir Shrvnn Rapine. Wia. Larie iars
pO cent. Sold bv MaHarney & Myers.
All The World
is a stage and Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment plays a most prominent part. It
has no superior for rheumatism stiff
joints cuts sprains and all pains. Buy
it try it and you will always use it
Anybody who has used Ballard's Snow
Liniment is a living proof of what It
does. Buy a trial bottle. 25c 50c and
100 Peoples Drug Store w
uon't you waui w m curea oi
catarrahV You can if you will be a
Hyomei outfit ffom People's Drug
Store. Price $1.00; money back if it
Id the Unit
rates Coart for the
' Eliiabeth Hitt I
To the creditor
beth Hitt of Bartl
aforesaid a Bank
Kotici IS HlRI
of February A. D.
Lyon nee Ellzabe
bankrupt: and t
A Stitch In lime
will save nine. So will a bottle of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup always
kept ou hand save many a spell of
sickness. A sure cure for coughs
colds Bronchit'8 and whooping cough.
Mrs. S . Hot Springs Ark. writes:
"I kee a bottleof B Hard's Horehound
Syrup in my medicine chest and
thank my forethought many times.
It has prevented many severe spells of
sickness." Peoples Drug Store.
Spectacles and Eye
YOUR EYES serve you throughjthe work-
ing hours. It is important that these servants
Be relieved of all unneces-
sary strain due
To refraction before the nervous sys-
tem resists the tax.
We tit glasses to relieve all stra4n due to errors
of refraction. Should the services of an occullst or
physician be required we will promptly tell you. .
Nickle Frarre Spfctales $i oo
So id Gold Frame spectacles $5 00
Advice to mothers. Don't let your
children waste away. They can be
strong healthy and vigorous with
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It's
a swift winged messenger of health.
35 cents Tea or Tablets. M. R. Chapman.
There is but one treatment for
catarrh that returns your money If it
fails to cure. This is ILomei and the
Peoples Drug Store sell It in that way
Complete outfits II. oO: money refund-
ed if it fails.
creditor will be held at the offce of the Refer.?
in Vinita t. T.on the SOth day of March A. D.
1907 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at which time
the said eieditors may attend prove their claims
appoint a truitee examine the Bankrupt and
transact inch other business aa may properly
come before aaid meetinjr.
Dina-ia H. Wiloh Referee.
Oliver chilled and Moliue at Vinita
Money Here. Large and Small Loans
Quickly Made. No Waiting.
AVERY-ROBERTS INVESTMENT CO.
Scott Building. VINITA 0KLA
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
a. Busy weorane lor oujy raopie.
Brirtrs Golden Health and Rent-wd View.
A specific for Constipation. Indirection. Liver
and Kidney trouble!. Pimples. Eczema Impure
Blood. Bad Breath Slumrish Bowels. Headache
and UacUache. Its Rochy Mountain Tea in tab
let form. 3S cents a box. Genuine maae or
HciXi'T I)BCO Cohpaht. Madison. is.
3N IUGGET8 FOP FALLOW PEOPLE
International Bank & Trust Co.
A Bank is no better than its management and securities
We loan most of our funds on good Real Estate
Talk don't make a Bank.
We believe in a progressive policy of sound Banking.
We invite all profitable business for ourjBank. Large
International Bank & Trust Co.
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McClintock, R. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 105, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1907, newspaper, March 8, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc776839/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.