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I). Jt. MARKS, Editor And Fnbllshcr
H. Luk CtOTTTonniT,
ViNiTA,!. T., July 17, 1002.
The oil pirates m among the
most consistent eneuilss ol the
treaty. The allotment provision
of the Curtis Act, would be tu ct
acceptable to them
Willi the ratification of the
treaty, the moBt serious nhslruo
tton to the clevfltipracnl of thr
Cherokee Nation will h- remove)
An ura of rt-ronrkabln pinxperity
After the allotment bill la rati
fiod every .Vor3ko citiztn
dies will leave lit par' of the Itib. I
estalo lo bid inmlly, according to
the laws of descent and distribu
Too national party ia grooming
Robt. B. Ro8a for prinolpal chief.
Tne nominating convention mots
the flrst Monday in August ui
Tucker's spring, west of Table
It behooves every Cherokee clti
tn to find out the numbers of the
land he expects to take in allot
ment for himself and family. That
no mistake bo made, it will bo
wise to obtain the proper plats be
fnro the time for filing arrives.
' The opposition to the treaty !b
rapidly losing strength as tho peo
pie become acquainted with the
provisions of the measure. A
campaign of education is all thr.t
is nececsary to effect its ratifies.
Hon by an overwhelming majority.
The Tulsa correspondent ol the
metropolitan press has launched a
few more railroads, and if ha can
settle (he disputes arising over
right of way and depot grounds
within the city limits will Boon
make his town n great railroad
Tho general belief ia that the
sentiment in favor of the allotment
bill is growing among the Chero.
kee voters. There ia only one pos.
fllble contingency that could de
feat It, and that is tho organlia.
Hon of tho fullbloods against it.
If the fullblood vote should go boI
idly ngainat it, it would, in all
probability, be defeated.
Tboro Is loss real cause for alarm
in tho railroad claim than in any
other reason yet urged againit the
pending allotment bill. In the
event of the extinction of the In
dian title, the lands would have to
become publio lands of the United
States before Ihe railroad could
nope 10 oniorco their claim, audi
under the pending bill the litio. w
to be vested in the indivldu,alaiidl
guaranteed uy the government..
Marion Holderman of Ruoij
ranch near tho Kanaaa, lirjrt
peruaps the king, of al v
oeesive load, holder- , ex'
kee n-tion, v .' Cher"
hipQQoniftf nl. 7A man Ia
b' ,u pending allotment
Hill an Inn
, ... nrouuuu luuv Jk id
VI?1 b -a neraonal intereste.
t. . i it i.
renta' an ia recelvin8 moxr
lot' overy year lhBa B" lhe ttl
.nenta of hie family will amount
Tho citlien of tho Cherokee na.
tion who desires a settlement of
tribal offaira, allotment and land
titles, should become a missionary
in the lntorest of tho pending bill.
Explain the measuro lo your neigh,
bora and secure their Co-operation
in carryiug the election on August
7. There has not been a belter
treaty offered, and if this one is
rejected it will leavo the Cherokee
people in a rery unsatisfactory
IUportB from nearly every eeo
: lion of the Cherokee nation indl
cate unmistakably that the allot
ment bill is going to be ratified
with. practical unanimity wberUbo
Alectlnn comes on. Therefore the
opposition that has developed is
confined to those whose personal
Interests will be injured by the
i'nhanoo from a common to an in
'dividual title to the land. It ia
r . .1 L-l ..! It.. f..ll
blooda will take but It is certainly
As their interest to vote lor me
' The bright halo of prosperity
bangs over the Cherokee country,
end with tho ratification of the
treutv bill the entiro nation will
loom up from tho stagnant condU
lions' of chaotic deoay. Jivery man
who believes in progress and the
cvrly upbuilding of this beautiful
B'jd fertile country should get out
and Work to make the ratification
of this bill practically unanimous.
Lit the malcontents, croakers,
ktiookcra and aoroheada join their
ietiYn ohuui llio carrion crow.
My hU, dusters hud whips at Lee
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Beginning. Monday, July 28th,
And Continuing for Two Weeks.
During this sale we mean to clear out
our entire stock of summer goods.
We will oflfer them at prices that are bound to
make them go. We have no shoddy stuff to offer,
but all clean, this season's merchandise, at prices
just exactly what they cost in the markets. Visit
our store during this sale and we will show you the
best selected and cleanest stock of merchandise
EVEJEt OFFERED AT SPECIAL SALE IN THE
July Heather demands cool
dresr,1Djf ftDd y0U Can afford it at
euo a prices as we mention below.
600 yds 30 inch figured latvo
Sheer quaLitles and neat patten, e
-worm oc a 1 3 l a cents the yard
10 pieces mercorized batiste 30
incbep wide in all the new shados
f 'olors 5n stripes and Persiau
eff'octB north 8133 at012onts
l'ae yard. .,
7 ple',en I.! 'UmltleB very neat
and dainly patterns, every piece
bought for this eeaeon'a Belling
and worth 10s at 8 cents thoiyard.
10 pieces Primrose Batiste and
Shamrock dimities, there are
more yards of these two brands
of wash goods Bold in the United
States than any other four brands
made on account ol the wearing
qualities and exquisite colorings.
Thoy are sold in every city at 18e
In our cleaning up sale they go at
11 cents the yard.
Dotted Swiss MusllnB, very
popular this feason in Persiau
and black aed white effects worth
15 and 20 cents at lie the yard in
our July sale.
Printed Foulards in Satin effects
vero desirable for party oi street
dreeseB In a variety of colors
worth 35o. In our cleaning up
Bale at 21 cents the yard.
Heavy welt PK desirable lor
for Bulla or separate skirls in blue
lavender and small figures worth
15s at 7c the yd.
200 yds black brccaded eilke for
full suits, skirts or wbUib from 21
to 25 inches wide and worth 1.00
and 1 25 Wo offer ohoice of any
pattern in any quality at 05 cants
Black Bilk Malao sklnlng 27in
wida bo popular this aeason for
dresa worth 1 25 at 80 osrits the
Right in the beginning of the
season will slaughter them by
selling them at exactly oobi, pur
Take advantage of this sale and
get your supply of percalea the
best material for wrappers and
and chlldren'a school dresses.
All 15 cent qualities go at lOo
All VI 1 2 cent qualities go at 9o
All 10 cent qualities go bl Oo tho
37 inch crash skirtings, wash,
ablo worth 20 cents at 10 cards
4LJE5jnfiaararaiajMAji, -' .--...jw --
IWIO " " ' ' ' '""
CO inch Turkey red damask,
worth 35c, at 20c the yard.
OS inflh unbleaoh linen (pure
linen) worth C5c, at 15o the yard.
72 inch satan damask, pure lin
en, 5 patterus , worth 1.25 and 1 00
at 80c the yard.
3 bolts towel crash, worth 6 1-2
oents to go at 4o the yard.
All fans go at li than ooat.
2d and 85c fans at ISa.
15e fans for 10c
10c fans for 7o.
6c fans fur 8a.
'o have some good values In
shirt Paiste lelt and at Hum
prices they surely wont laat long,
white iUid colored
S.OOaU'te for 2 00
2.50 wniiW or 1.60
2 00 w tisls for 1 86
1 50 waists for 1.06
1 00 anp 1.26 waUU for 79s.
Carpets, Mattings, Rug,
Cur carpet department ia the
largest in the Cherokee nation
and our patterns .are this aMon
styles. Note these prioei:
Brussels :arpeta worth 1.00 and
1.25 the yard go at 06e.
Tapsfltry oarpaU worth 76 aod
90s go-at 60a
Yard 'wide Ingrain oerpeta
worth 05c go at 55b the yard.
Ingrain oarpets worth CQa 50 at
Ingrain carpeting worth -4 at
Buy your fall earpetiug during
All lummir ooreU at ooat.
30 pairs royal Worewier corsets
worth 1.60 und 1.76, broken sia
will be ofi'ured in tub sale at76o
Men's Spring and
17 60 suits, High art $13 50
10 60 suits
at 1 60, 2 00
12 00 suite
7 50 suite
5 OQ suite
Mon'a linen su'te
2 50 and 3.O0.
Flannel and orath suits at cost.
Boys' and ohildren'fl apring and
summer auila at ooat.
Men'a lipen pants at 604, 75o
and 1 00.
Boys' linen knoo nanls 60c for
BoyB' 25a kneo pants for 18o.
18 ii JL V KH JL I
Boys' linen suits nt 50a, 75a and
1 00, age -1 to 14.
Boys' blouio wnista 75 and 50a
qualities for 25o.
Mothers' Friend with belt, age
9 to 14 at 25s.
Men's spring and summer pants
for 8 75.
5 00 pants go for 3.75.
4.60 pants go for 8 50
4 00 pacta go lor 3.00.
8 60 pants go far 2 Go.
8 00 pants go for 2 10.
2 50 pants go for 1 85.
3 60 pants go for 1 60.
1 60 pants go for 1 10.
1.00 pants go for 79.
Job lot of man's hats for 81.00
Straw hala at one half pjice.
Men's 50a shirts, with or with
ut collar, for 89s.
loi shir la, two oollars and cuffs
detaohed lor 60c.
75a shirt, no collar, with cuffs
detached for 60s.
75a shirt, with collar and cutis
1.00 golf shirt, "Emperor braud
6O0 bleached drawers, double
eeat for 860.
'The new "Pint: Pong" and Car.
nation tijg' for 2oa.
In our south olothing window
we have two lota or shoes, one 5.00
t 2 50, and a 4 00 value at 2.00.
In blaok and tan.
A good plow shoe lace rcilh cap
loe for 90a.
Another plow shoe, oil grain
and kip for 1 00.
Hamilton Brown Highland calf
for 8 00 shoe for two weeks at 2 50
Hamilton Brown 8 00 vici shoe
new toe, for two weeks at 2,50,
Selx 8.00 viol shoe for 2,50.
Belt 2.60 vici shoe for 2.00.
Men'a dock shoe, G to 1, 1.50
value at 1 06
Same io low out, Otoll, 1.50 val
ule at 1 06
Boys' duck shoes, 3tc5, 1.25
value at 96c.
Same, 18u2, 1.00 value at 85o.
Men'a canvase shoe, Gtoll, 1.00
value at 860.
Boya' canvMi elioes, 3to5, 90a val
ue at 76o.
Hamilton-Brown viol Eagligh
well 2 60 shoe at 2.00.
Same in plain and cap toe, 2.00
value (or 1 00.
The Prices arc only for
the two weeks during the
sale. So come early.
We have decided to run
possible. To do this the following: arc only a few of the great sacrifice prices will make during tne saic.
DoiVt miss the Greatest Bargain Sale Ever offered in Vinita.
All 5 and Oo prints nt 4$c por ynrd
All 0 rind 74c lnwiiB 5c por ynrtl
All lOo lnwns nt. '. 8J0 por yard
All 121c nnd 15c lawns nud dimity at 10c por yard
Ono lot of COc and GOo silk at flOo por yard
Four or fivo pioccs of COc wash goods will closo at 8O0 por yard
Ono lot of lnco nt half prlco.
Embroadcrios and ovor-lacos at 20 per cont discount.
Wo liavo a nico lino of wator silk braids which wo
will closo out at ono-lialf prico.
A largo lino of notions in tho way of bolts, bolt bttok-
los, hair ornamonts, eido combs, Indies' gartors,
etc., which wo will nbsoltttoly closo nt onolinlf
tho regular prico.
Ono lot of '1 nnd 5o ribbon, now Oo por yard
Ono lot of 71 and 8J8 ribbon, now Co per yard
Ono lot of 10 and 12c ribbon, now 0c per yard
All 20 and 26o ribbon, now ISc per yard
Vo havo a now nnd comploto lino of underwear
at tho following prices :
Ono lot ladios' vests
All 15c vests at
Bleach muslin undorwoar at 20
In moil's undorwoar, all 25c gnrmonts now 20 conts
In mon s uticldrwoar, all 00c gnrmonts now in cent
Largo lino of mon's, ladies' and children's 10c hoso 8c pair
Largo lino of mon's, boys' and ladios' collars 60 each
Ladios' wrappors, worth $1.25, to closo at 7Cc each
Ono lot of cotton check, worth Gc, now -lc por yard
Ono lot of cotton check, worth 10c, now Gc por yard
In tho shoo and slippor lino wo will soil ono lot of
During this sale we will
Remember we will still be
V CUTIOUM J
V MAT. Niim
Red, Rough, Oily Skin
Mauoxs or PeorLB rn Cunanu
.pr&serrlng, vurifjlng.nnd beautifying tlio
tkln, tor cleatuloit tho scalp ot crusts,
Boolef, and Jan JrufT, niul tho Hopping ot
falling hair, tor softening, wlittenii)ffnnl
toothing reil, roagh, nud soro hands, for
babjr rashtJ, ltchlngn, and chafing, aud
for all tho pnrpososof tho toilet, hath, nud
nursery. Millions ot Women uso Ctrrx
ccnA Soap In tho form of hat lis for nnnoj
lng Irrltatlom, Inflammations, and cxcorU
atlonj, or too free or offensive perspiration,
In the form ot washes for ulcerative weak
nesses, and for many tanatlre purposes. ,
Complete Treatment for Humours, )
ConiliUncof fence iu6oAp(25o.),toclcanto
the skin of cruris aoU scales, and soften tho
thickened cuticle; Ci'TICUKA OIMTmkmt
(Uo).,to Initantly allarltdilnfr.lnCaranutlon,
and Irritation, and ootlie ami heal j and CUTI.
cunA JtrJiOLVEST 1'illh (Mc to cool and
cleanse tho Moo.l. A Sikolb Set Is often
sonclcnt to euro tho lOTCrcit case.
CoitomA ItrJOLTETT TiLui (Chocolata
Coated) are a new, tasteless, odourless, eco.
nemleal tulntltnto for the celebrated liquid
CiTicuiiA ItEsoLvtxT.OO iloses, price, S5c.
SU Iknmt hnt ths ill. BrltUk Dnxll V-f.
CSiiruHiM M . ImM. rtsth Dptl S IU d U
t-H, 1-uU. Until Uro jlid Casn. Coir, tof
ret. DhM, U. a. a.
Vacation tlrao Is bcrc and tho
children arc living fairly out of doors.
There could bo no healthier placo for
them. You need only tu guard
against tho accidents lncldqntal to
most open air sports. "So remedy
equals DeWltt's Witch Hozcl Salvo
for quickly stopping pain or remov
ing danger of serious consequences.
For cuts, scalds and wounds. "I us
ed DoYllt8 Witch JIuol Salve for
sores cuts and bruises," Bays L. D.
Johnson, Swift, Tex. "It Is tho best
remedy on tbu market." Sure euro
for piles and skin diseases. Ilcwuro
ot counterfeits, A, W. Foreman, dw
Purchasers can bo found for a ;ew
desirable rosldenco lots at reasonable
prices not high prlcos. Enquire at
Saves a Woman' Life,
To have given up would have meant
death for Mrs, Lois Oragg, of Dor
chester, Mass. For years she had en
dured untoldmlsery froma severe lung
trouble and obstinate cough, "Of.
ten", she writes, '-I could scarcoly
breatho and sometimes could not
speak. All doctors and remedies
failed till I used Dr. King's New dis
covery for consumption and was com
pletely cured." Suflorers from
coughs, colds, throat and lung trou
ble need this grand remedy, for It
never dliapponlts.Oure Is guaranteed
by People's, drug store and A. W.
Excursion (0 Joplln, Alo.,
Sunday, July 27, via M. K. & T. Rail
way. The "Mew LI I no" Is now open.
II for tbo found trip. Special train
eavps Vi)lta ot (jgq, a. m.
Foley's KWnoy (Jure purifies tho
blood by Btralnlng out Impurities and
tones up tbo wholo syrtem, Oures
kldnoy and bladder troubles. Son) by
People' drug store. dw
'JSJSTaiSAP !"' -
out our entire stock of Dry
. 60 oach
por cont discount.
prices for produce.
in town but must close this stock of dry goods and shoes
dollar's worth of it will be put in the
Map Showing (Irnd.
Mayor Parker has received from
Engineer Hollon a topographical map
of Vlnlta showlnif the new crsde
level as recently surveyed by htm.
Accompanying tlio maps Is a memo
randa chart, explaining the mariner
of obtaining the established grade.
Tbo work shows grout thoroutihnets
and the map ure marvels of detail
showing tho exact topography of all
the streets and alley within the new
survey of Urn town.
Jailer Wilkinson had 25 boardors
registered with him this morning,
and sleeping room Is at n premium In
Deputy Marshal Trail of Clnromore
brought In Jess Johnson, charged with
assault to kill and O. W. llaynlo an
alleged fugitive from Justice.
Davo Iilvluschargod with assault to
kill was brought In by Deputy Mc
Glnnls ot Kowatu.
Charley Jackson, tho alleged train
wrecker was returned from Nowata
having been committed by Commis
sioner Gitluly athU preliminary hoar
lng yostordity tu await the action of
the grand Jury.
Lewh Hean, a negro was brought tip
from Muskogee to answer u charge of
Bronchitis For Twenty Years.
Mrs. Mlnorvu Smith, nf Dauvlllo,
III., writes, "I had bronchitis fur
twenty years and neer got relief un
til 1 usod Foloy'M Honey and T.tr
which Is a suro cure." Sold by I'o
ple's drug store. dw
Do Not Forget the Excursion to Jop
lln, Mo .
Suuday, July 27 via the M, K. & T.
Hallway tho "New Line." jfl for the
Un Man Llo to You.
And say some uther salve, oint
ment, lutlon, oil or alloged healer Is
as good as llucklcn's Arnica sulve,
tell him thirty jears of marvelous
:urc ot pllos, burns bolls, corns, fel
ons, ulcers, cuts, scalds, bruUM aud
skin eruptions prove IU the but and
cheapest. 25c at People's drug store
and A. W. Foreman's dw
J. I). Lewis Ellen Mullen, Sullisaw
Harry II. Turnsr Maud Foster,
W. It. Wlnsoll-Hertha M. Spencer,
Goorgo Ilell-Jenule Derlnger, Chou
teau. W. II. Johnson-Myrtle Lange.l'rjor
Tom Clndle-Maggle Adams, VlnlU.
a. It, Uass, of Morgantown, Intl.
had to got up ten or twelve times
In tho night and had severe baokaebe
and pains lu the kldueys, Wm cured
by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold
Peoples drug store. dw
Rev'. P. R. Jones Resigns,
kov, h. u. Juiioi lias rwlgned as
rector of St, John's church, tho reslg
nation to lake ollsot aftor Illshop
Urook's noxt visitation which Is ex
pected In, about tbrco weeks. Itev.
Jones will go to Lehigh ubout Nov
ember 1st as rector of St. Andrew's
church at Lehigh aud St. Peter's at
Coalite, Tho resignation ot the
brilliant young divine Is greatly ro
grcttod by tho members ot St. John's
but they fuel that ho Is entering upon
a larger Held for tho exorelie of his
No False Claims.
Tlio proprietors ot .Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advorllio this as a
"suro euro for consumption." They
do not claim it will oure this dread
complaint In advancod cages, but do
positively assert that It will cure In
the earlier stages und never fulh to
glvo comfort and relief In the worst
cases. Foley's Ilonoy and Tur is with
out doubt tho greatest piroat and
lung ifjiijcdy. (cfuio substitutes.
Sold by Pnnnle's drug store, d w
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prm cats pneumonia.
Sold by Peoples' drug ef re
Goods and Shoes within
Missos' slippors and shoos, worth
Ono lot of slippors and sltoos, worm ?i, now "0ftl,u' l " ,
Ono lot slippors and shoes, worth 1.G0 and 1.25. . . .$1.00 a pair
Ono lot of ladios' shoes and slippers, worth 2.00 and
2.50, our prico 1-fJ n I'";
Ono lot of mon's shoos, worth 1.25 and 1.35 .1.10 a pair
Ono lot of mon's shoos, worth 1.50, now i i'
Ono lot of men's shoos, worth 2.00 and 2.50 1.60 pr pair
Ono lot of men's hats, worth $1, our prico 80 conts
Oiio'lot straw hats, your choico for on. "1.
Boys' gray wool hats, worth 30 to COc, now -c oac
All 1.26 and 1.50 hats going for 1-10 each
20 per cont discount on mon's and boys pants.
In tho dish wnro lino we will sell tho largest plain wlnto
teacups and saucers for
Ptnln wltitn nlntflH
Wo havo fivo dozen glass lamps, worth 35c, now. . . . .
Iu tho cltiMtrnro lino wo havo an ologant assortment,
Consisting of sugar bowls,, croam pitchers, fruit
stands, spoon holdors, bttttor dishes, worth 2o lo doc
a plaoa, your olioico for
IN THE Gi OCERY SIDE WE WILL SELL
J.IUIIUB jjui jiumiu
Raisins por pound
fi pounds oat moal
10 pounds rtce
0 pounds Navy boaus
7 pounds No. 1 Rio Ooiroo for. i
All Oalifornia canned fruit. worth
pay the highest possible
new store. 1 lus is a casn saie
Any lack of Iron In the blood shows In the face.
Pallor Is the slim. Pallor also means much
more: It means a starred nervous system, a de
btlliated condition of the Tltsl orpua. poor cir
culation and Impaired dilution. Tho nerves,
tho muscles, and all the orsons of your bodr wi
their energy and all the materials for their re
pair from the blood. Pallor shows that all
these are loslne vltalltr Notndar should be
lost In restoring the richness and purity of Ihe
Wood. dctlroT-ectltbr taking tho kind of
Iron rour Mood reaulres. The Iron In Dr. liar
ter's Iron Tonlo Is tbo perfect kind. It goes
from yourstomach dlrecUy Into the blood with
out any change. An hour after you take It, It has
become part of your blood and Is doing good.
buUds up the nerro and muscular tissue, aids
low digestion, enables you to get the good of
tk food yon sot, aad makes you well from bead
to toot. It Is n sure euro for all aSHello&s re
lite from Uapurs blood, aueh as scrofula,
piandes, blotches, ktdiray disorders, raeussa
Usm. gout, djrspepsla, female weakness, cte,
Badorssd by eminent physicians for nearly
The (oUowiac Is sae of thousaads of similar
tssUmoslsls we kSTe reeelrsd. eonvfiielng ert
dsswo Uut Dr. Harter's Iron Toole does all that
la slrtseed for It:
Montcotserr, Ale.. Dee. It 190!.
"Our family has used Dr. Harter's JMletaes
for years, and I think Dr. Harter's Iron Took Is
tho bast medlelae I bare ever takee."
Mrs. Ii MrQueee-Carter.
m South Hull Street.
(11,000 ruriatte Out akevs ttiUmoalsl is f tauiai, )
Brery bottle ot Dr. liar
ter's Iron Toole has our
"Crescent" trade-mark on
tho label. DoB'taeceota
suDttituie insuion ur. iiarier s.
Afjtit enlt h
THE DR. HARTER MtOIClSE COMPANY
Itllicn ftlia cf Ot Ittrtcff't Wild Clxrry ISlttn.
S4 mIm tU kun llf llulir LMUmi.
TOR SALZ EVXRYWIIEHS.
Poisoning the system.
It Is through the bowels that tho
body Is cloansed of Impurities. Con
stipation keeps tliOfO poisons In tbe
system causing headache, dulocs,
aod melancholia at first then un
sightly eruptions and finally tcrlous
Illness unless a remedy Is applied.
DeWltt's Little Kurly ItNcrs prevent
this troublo by stimulating the liver
and promote easy, healthy action of
f owels, Tlico little pills do not act
violently but by strengthening tho
the bowel enable them to perform
their own wirk. Never gclps'or dis
ress. A. W I'Vroiuun. (w
Treat Your Kldnsys for Rheumatism,
When you aresullerlng from rbeu
mutism, the kidneys must be attend
ed to at once so that they will elim
inate the uric acid from tho blood,
l'oley's Kidney Cure Is the most ollec
tlve remedy tor this purpose. It. T.
Hopkins, of Polar, Wis,, says: 'Af
ter unsuccessfully doctoring threo
years for rheumatism with tho bott
doctors, I tried Foley's Kldnoy euro
onil (toured mc. I cannot speak loo
highly of this groat modlclne. Sold
by Peoplo's drug store. dw
To a Higher tirade,
The following pupils have been pro
moted from the thlid tq tho fourth
grado In tlio public schools:
Nooma Allen, Plum a Allco, Mary
Ualontlne, Viola Iltllt, Ioy Chapln,
Laura Cox, Mabel Cross, Lois Cham
berlln, Garlnml lircnnoman, Ilcrbort
Ilakcr, Alt Cobb, Ralph Ohamborllo,
Kenneth Dixon, Willie Powlor, Prod
Qutcwood, James Hill, Dola Camp
boll, Mary Cobb, Olara Hughes, Molllo
Jlousely, Ruby Kuhn, iMyrtlo King,
Lottlo Markbam, Margarita McCluro.
Allio Qiiilllan, Kdna Rogors, Evallat-
cilir, Kdlth Skinner, Iieiilo Dcuprco,
Ada Alton, Cluudo Mooro. Luclan
Maddux, Willie Mode, Loon Snider,
Thura Thomas, Ellis Thomas', Robert
Tltt,lc, Jeff Woodall, Hen Wooda.ll,
When Othor Aludiclnes Have Palled.
Tako Poloy t Kldnoy euro. It has
cured when ovcrj thing olso has (lis-
pulntd. hoftl ly. Peoplo's drutt
.(lore -). dw I Phntnorr-sinlicr. .sT
ore f dw
the neltt Thirty Days if
75o and 85c, for. .50c por pair
J4q por SOt
' . qq
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20c por can for 15c can
out. Positively not one
New Lumber Yard. -
On August 1, tho new Ilrlnson &
Patterson Lumder Yard will opm
with well sclt'ctod stock of 1 iw and
short loaf yellow pine, ui their stsnd
opposite the Prosbylerljn church A
full line of s.Hli and doors, ami sarh.
house spcclaltlc-; lime, sand, cement,
and tho celcbratod Acme plaster, as
well as everything carried uiually In
a well equipped
lumber jard. We '
have bought from tho bct
tlia south and south-cast, aud at tho
cheapest price, before tho advance,
and will be prepared in ullcr you the
best material at rock bottom values
Incidentally, we hanrilo grain of all
kinds, for which wo always pay tlio
bet market price. Scales, In front
of our lumber oDIce. Wine IrMtodgct
acquainted, and swap a fow lies atuut'
the soil, climate, or lust pumpkin
crop, bofore wo get busy "flggerlu"'
the bottom out of price,
dw IIRINSON & PATTERSON.
Colds are somitlmc mure t-ublc-some
In ktimmer tlidiiln wlh.u. It's
so bard to keep from adding t thtru
while exiling oil after oxerel-c. U1.0
Minute Cough Cue euros 11 1 once.
Absolutely safe. Acts Immediately.
Suro cure for coughs, oolds, croup,
throat and lung troubles, A W.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you talto Grove's Tasii-lo s
Chill Tonic became the formtili Is
Dlalnly piloted o-i every buttle Miou
lug that ti Is hi in ply Iron and quinine
In a tasteless form. No cure, no pay
$1.00 lixcurslon to Joplln, Alo.
Sunday, July 27. Special train leaves
VlnlU at 6.21 a. ra via the M. K 'k
T. Railway. Sec Ihe agent.
Two Bottles Cured Mlm.
"I was troubled with kidney com
plaint for about two years." writes
A. II. Davis, of Mt. Sterling, la.,
"but two bottles ot Poley's Kidney
Curo effected a permanent cure. Suld
by People's drug store. dw
Foley's Honey nud r
(orchlldrcn.satc,surc7 No opiates.
Sold by Peoples' drag store.
Mother Always Keeps It Handy.
"My mother suffered a long tlnio
from distressing pains and general 111
health due primarily to IndlgostloD,"
saysLi. W. Spalding, Verona, Mo.
"Twoyoarsago I got her to tryKo
dol. She grew bettor at unco and
now, at tho age ot seventy-six, eats
anything sbo wants, remarking that
tbo fears 110 bad effects as sho has
herbottlo of Kodoi handy." Don't
waste time doctoring symptoms. Oo
after the cause. It your stomach Is
sound yourJjcalth will bo good, Ko
doi rest the stomach aud strengthens
tho body by digesting your food. It
Is nature's' own tonic. A. W. Furc
ruan. ' dw
We are authorized to anbounco tho
namo of James Danlol as a candidato
for a seat In tho national council from
Dolawaro district to (ill tbo vacancy
caused by tho death of Andy
Try the new drink at J. S. Querns'.
I make all the latest
styles including photos
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