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it i I 1 ? , If You Want Your Orders Delivered PROflPTLY Bri n g Them to Us mSU ALLY people like to know the surroundings of what they eat. A visit to our store will convince you that everything we have is fresh and clean. See our new line of China for the holidays S i TAYLOR & LAWRENCE TELEPHONE W RATCLIFF'S OLD STAND. Seats Now Selling Local S&yiijgs. Its over. Picture frume I a; Rriin'i Gruffuri- f erV. ' ' Curtains . 1 tit, any wiggv nt Hiudo jrafTunderV. Window glass at Fore- .-nan's. ; Fresh fruit and camly hI the Silver Moon restaurant ( I A tool client that U worth 13 00 for S2.00 at Fmzee's v 1 Tool ches-H fr o a. a big ill ) count at Frazee'. Buy your fruit cake Ir Chrltiuas ) at Home Bakery. dfi7 Freth cinnamon rulN every day at Home Bakery. c)67 , Fresh buns baked hi Home Bakery every clay. d67 Everything fiet and oral at Home Bakery. . dC? Every kind of , cakes, cookies, jelly oil. lesatHote Biikery. 067 -.rv I hone delicious ,Um bn at- I Home New Bakery. c67" line 111 picture iratues ana ! molding at Smiley X GrsffuiiderV. If you iut something good to eat go to Home Bakery two door south of t'Oi-tofflce. 067 See iboce nice txxe if candy at Home Bakery, 10 door south of postoffice. i dC7 FOWLER for artistic photos. . Foley's Honey and Tar natively cure all throat and lung diseases. Refuse -ub-t,itute. gold by People's drugstore, dw Hot drink ia now being nerved at the f :'ipif diug store. Hot choco late, tomato b uillon and clani bouil lon are a Tats of He moat popular beverages. r We teceU ;J today only, Cole's original XI jt Blast stove.: the rea coal savers. If you want one speak before th-; Mtijufact1 Do not 1 , jou by tei; r all guue. ' Ed Lee - ' .). t competitors mislead t you they are telling the 1 1 America tt'd fencing. We are the I sole agents for the best hog fence e? made. Darr. uth Hardware Co. J-j Duy cno of those self r basting roasting pans to "Yoast your turkey In. Fra- zee Hardware a. Furni ture CO. 1 ; s OPERA HOUSE; 3 Nights, com. DEC. Xmu Matinee at 2i45 company In ap-ta-data Caawdjr-Drama and , btgb clata Vaudeville X-MAS MATINEE Peck's Dad Boy Children ioc, Adults 15c Thursday Eve. Foul Play SSIS0 15-25-35c at the Postoffice We wish you a Happy New Year. Frazee Hardware & Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Barrett were here from Clareroore yesterday. Dr. C. P. Rhode of Shawnee, O. T, ii a guest i f Mis Byrd Ironside. Ben C. Choteau, of Mustang Creek, is very sick with a stomach disorder What comfort In the thought that you have a Cole's Hot Blast stove, for they are coal savers. A. L. Churchill has reoeived a car load of stone for a s'dewaik In front of bH residence property. Trains on the Oztrk & Cherokee branch of the Frisco from Fayette vtlle are running Into Muskogee. Thirty three and one thrld off on those doll baby buggies and go carts at Frazee Hardware & Furniture Co. Thirty three per cent off on chil dren's Desks, doll baby buggies, go carts and boys tool chesti at Frszee's. Some children,' desks left which we will close out at 33 per cent dis count. Frazee Hardware & Furni ture Uo. ' ii , ' , You cao buy anything we, have In the way of toys at two-thirds of their real'value , Fraze Hardware A Fur niture Co. - ' , ' George Cole has rented part of Mr. Harigett's farm at the Military cross ing of Cabin Creek and moved there from Basil Nail's place. If you didn't buy something for the children before Christmas cme and buy It now at a 31 per cent discount. Frazee Hardware & Furniture Co. bin. Edwin Choteau has been very 111 for the past ten or twelve days, baa been threatened with paeu uionia, but Is now getting some getter. We have quite a lot of useful toys left owing to bad weather and roads that we are going to offer you for the next week at Just two-thirds of their real value. Frazee Hardware & Fur niture Co. LOST WATCH-Between the Sil ver Moon Restaurant and J. S. Oborne's residence a gold case Elgin watch and chatelaine pin with "Blanche" engraved on case. Return to Silver Moon Restaurant and get re ward R. II. Foster, 3H S. 21 Street, Salt Lake City, writes: "I have been bothered with dyspepsia or indiges tion for 21 yean, have tried many doctors without relief, but I have found' a cure in Herblne. I recom mend ti. to all my friend, who are af flicted .hnt way, and it Is curing ihera tin." 60j av People's drug store, d w BM. A. Ilowerton is vhitlng friends In Vlnlta, Charley Killibrew spent Christmas with his parents. Uarve Smith returned yesterday from California. Geo. Green Is spending the holidays with his parents. Wm. Howell and L. D. Long are down from Oseuma. II. M. Smith and wife are home from their wedding trip. Miss Mabel . Morrow is visiting friends at Mound Valley, Kansas. Miss Bertha Ilayward spent Xmas In South McAleater with W. J. Wade and family. Miss Mluta Foreman is home from the Female Seminary at TalequaB for the vacation. A kidney or bladder trouble can al ways be cured by using Foley's Kid ney Cure in time. Sold by People's drug store. dw Don't be Imposed upon by taking substitutes offered for Foley's Honey and Tar. Bald by People's drug store. dw FOWLER for perma nent photographs, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cathers of Cberryvale arrived to3ay to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morning. Mrs. Cathers Is a sister of Mr. Morning. The People's drug store has put in a?new line of spectacles, gold, aluml nun and steel frames. We make no charges for fitting glasses to eyes. The Vlnlta Oil, Coal & Gas com pany has placed on tne market a limited amount of stock to be sold at reduced rates to VI n Ira people only between now and January 1st, No shares will be sold after that date. 67 R. J. Wright of Carthage, at one time a merchant here bad the mis fortune to lose by fire his entire stock of goods amounting to 114,000 with about $3,000 Wednesday morn log, Mr. Wright is a nephew of John Campbell of this city. : ; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Raymond en tertained with a very pretty Christ mas dinner. , The dining room was decorated with mistletoe and lighted with candles. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Strange of Chel sea, Will McCrary and little daughter of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Cham- plan ai d Miss Champlan. 1 FOWLER has two large skylights and Is making photos as good cloudy weather as when clear. A Splendid Attraction. The theatre lovers of Vlnlta who were not present at the Opera house last evening missed one of the best attractions of the season. The whole performance was good in every detail, The company carried a hearty line of specialties, a good sized audience was present notwithstanding the cold weather. Tonight "Vendetta" will be presented. Special scenery and new specialties. Sad Case of Destitution. . There Is a woman and two little children 1q a room over the Vlnita Cigar factory In a pitiable condition. Sbl7enng with the cold, without even a stove and without food and very thinly clad, they are in need of imme diate help. Some generous hearted men threw In and purchased them food Wednesday afternoon but all the way they have to keep warm Is to. hud dle about a stove pipe that passes through the room from below. Charley's Aunt and Jane Reaped a rich harvest from their American tour and certainly took their audiences by storm. There seems to be more finish to comedies written by English authors. And, by the way, "A Wise Woman" was first produced at the Strand Theatre, Lon don, where it had a phenomenal run of 233 night, and was the hit of the season. They come high, but we muNt have them. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. " Digests all classes of food, tones and strengthens the stomach and diges tive organs. Cures dyspepsia, indi gestion, stomach troubles and makes rich red blood, health and strength. Kodol rebuilds wornout tissues, purl fief, strenghena and sweetens the stomach. Gov. G. W. Atkinson, of W. Va., says: "I brve used a number of bottles of Kodol and have found It to be a very effective and indeed, a powerful remedy for stcmach ail ments. 1 recommend it to my friends." A. W. Foreman. dw Palatial Barber Sbop. Joe Davis has caught the spirit of the times and got a Vlnlta move on himself by purchasing the finest set of barbers' furniture perhaps ever shipped Into the territory. The outfit consists of four chairs of the very best and latest make with mirror, marble top fountain, and every thing usually found In a city barber shop. Vlnlta la to be congratulated on the posession of such a swell tonsorlal parlor. Joe has a good patronage and deserves It all. RAT i n 1 . 1 1 1 ; n i i 1 A Christmas Tragedy - "This shall be a sign unto you: you shall find an Infant wrapped in swad dling clothes and laid in a manger." Luke 2:12. . 1. The scene: A battered tent made out of rags, pitched on the side of the FrankCox coal bank, 8 miles west of town; an old bedstead with two blankets; twobioken stoves three boards for a floor, two chair and a bare table. - 2. The persons, The father ab out 40 years old, hurt in the mines, and suffering from typhoid malaria, with out doctor or medicine. The mother ragged and hungry. Four children ranging between 4 and 9 years with out clothes or food. Two blankets to cover the whole family! 3. The conversation: In , the tent. I suffer! Iam cold! I am hungry!" All around: "Merry Christmas 10 you." In heaven. "Peace to men of goodwill." Subscription for the relief of Mr. Selmore and famiiy: A cot, mattress sheets, pillow cases, 2 quiltv Un known; 4 suits of chlldrens under wear, one gown for sick man, Jumbo Store; One dollar, Sam Frazee; One dollar & box of candies for children, J. O. Martin: Bedding, E. N. Ratcliff; Chlldrens' clothes, Edgar Smith; Chll drens' clothes, Mrs.Swain: Food Sup- Dliea. P and Tim Shanahan; Medi cines and Prescriptions filled free of charge, Peoples Drug Store; Stub Davenport, one dollar. Miami Jurors. The following Jury list for the Feb ruary term of the United States court for the Northern district of the In dian territory for the Miami term has been made public. Grand Jurors S B. Dobson, William Harned, Jere rnish Hubbaid, A. J. Peery, Joseph Demo, J. F. Williams, Collls Ironsides and Fred Jarrett, Miami, I. T.; James Jarrett, Seneca, Mo.; J. R. Woolard, Ottawa; Silas Armstrong, Wyandotte; F. M. Crowell, R. F. Abney, Af ton; Willis Harbour, Quapaw; John II. Cohony, FalrlBnd; and W. E. Jones Grove. Alternate Grand Jurors Frank Counor, Fairland; Thomas Primm, Ellas Trigg, Stephen Blair, C. P. Williams, J. E. Jackson and John D. Allen, Mlama; Riley Bing ham, Quapaw, Riley Wise, Ottawa. Petit Jurors Daniel Newby, William Peery, J. E. Morris, Monroe Cole, A. J. Blackburn, S C. Davie, Thomas Peckham, J. F. Robinson, Peter Lott, V. S. Price, J. O. Slmpsoo; Sam uei Vaoata, Harry Moore, Frank (Ro per, Daniel Bouraiso, J. F. Parkinson Miami, I..T.; John Sbubert, Baxter Springs, Kas; Dee Hollls, Clark Rath er, Ottawa; Thomas Walker, D. A. Harvey, Wyandotte; Frank Garrett, Quapaw; Carroll Moore and O. A Smith, Fairland. Fruit cake at nnme Bskery. d67 ii'-RTA T O L-l F F i Big Reduction in Furs, Cloaks, and all Ladies' Ready-made Garments for One Week at - . Champion Christmas Shoot. The championship sbo it at North park Christmas afternoon was pulled off according 10 ctieilale. Chief Buf fiugtouand Ed. Lee, the champions choee tti line up as follow?: T. M. Bufflngtun, 15; W. C. Wright, 17; Chas. Webb, 20; Norman Crittenden. 21; Jack Michael, 11; El. Lee, 17; Sam Rldenhour, 20; Marlon Maddox, 18; Cy Coruatzjr, 2!; Dr Oliver Bagby, 18 Wei) Bi;fflntj:oti, 15 Second Bho t: T. M HufflriKto... 14; W. C. Wright, 18 Chas. Webn, 16; Ciiuenden, 20; Trolt, 9; Micnaels, 13; Lemen, 19; Ed Lee, 18 Rldenhour, 23; Maddux, Z2;Corna z-r, 22; BadDy 11; Web BufllDgton, 13; Coley. 8 At thl-t J km ture Ch ef Bu flngion reiired f imi trie OYM wlrn cold feel ami Lee hilariously claimed the cliaoipioii-hip. The ''gunfes-t" Cliiweii whIi free 1t-ill ten bird bho'', winch rc-m te I at fol o.-: Riflenrmui 8;. Kirnif'i The tirt rnii.d reMil'ert In a victoiv f-r Lee side iiy a m:. . ! of 109 lo 84; e'nfl, Lee'-bum h nciie 1 122 ti he op;-o-i-ti(i'. wire 'if 109. KING'S ANCIENT FAMILY. Something- About the Forebeara of the RcUcnlno: Monarch of . the Spaniarda. The king of Spain comes of an an cient family, that of Bourbon. It is traced bock to Robert the Strong, who died fighting the Normans in 866. The direct anceeitry of th Spanish house, Bourbon-An jou, is considerably young er.'.having at its head Louis XIV, king of France, who was born Sep tember 3, 1S38. The immediate ances try of King Alfonso dates back to Ferdinand, prince of Austria, bora October 14, 17S4. He married in 1801, Princess Antoinette Theresa, a daugh ter of Ferdinand, king of Sicily, who died shortly after the marriage. Asecond marriage was contemplated with the eldest daughter of Luciea Bonaparte, but thi so enraged th Spanish people that the king had to abdicate. May 8, 1S08, saya the Wash ington Times. He reumed the Spanish throne again in March, 1814, and then married Maria Isabella, daughter of King John VI., of Portugal, who died four yeara later. Ferdinand's third wifa was Joseph a, daughter of Prinoa Maximilian, of Saxony, who also died, and a f ourth wife was Marie Christine, daughter of King Francit I., of Sicily, who became the mother of former Queen Isabella II. Since then the an cestry of King Alfoiuo is of snfficiest modern data to preclude repetition., A Collrae Tell. Mr. Brown There goes that college yell eg". in. I do wish, those boya would make their noise a little farther away from this house. Mrs. Brown Why, John, what ar you talking about? That isn't a col lege yell. It is K&lghbor Jones' dog. The family bare gone away and left fcim alone in the house. -Ah, indeed? .But it certainly sounds Just like a college yell." Boa ton Transcript. xrA A STRANGE CITY FAR1L One In. New Yorlt That la Operatea j by Chinamen Who Sell i Vegetables. There is one kind of farm in New York that is not at all common, that has never existed- in any other city so far as I know, in ancient or modern times. It is situated, oddly enough, in about the center of the 317 square miles of N?r York, so well as the center of a boot-haped area can be located, ays Scribbler's Magazine. m Crors Thirty-fourth street ferry to Long Island City, which really doea not smell so bad as certain of our poets would have ns believe; take the car marked "Steinway," and ride for 15 or 20 minutes out through dreary city edge, past small, unpainted rnan- ttf n.f fisvnnlit? tpTlPTnTlt. find sad vacant lots that eerve as the last . esting place for decayed trucks and overworked wagons. A hundred yards or so from the highway will he seen the first of the odd, paper-covered houses of the colony of Chinese farm ers who earn their living by tilling the soil of Greater New York. At short distances are the other huts crouching at the foot of big trees, with queer gourds hanging out In front to dry and large, unusual crocks lying about, and huge baskets, and mattings all clearly from China; they are as different as what could be bought on the neighboring avenues as the. farms and farmers themselves are different from most Long Island farms and farmers. . Out in the fields, which are tilled in the oriental way, utiliz ing every inch of ground clean up to the fence, and laid out with even di visions at regular intervals like rice fields, the farmers themselves may be seen, working with Chinese imple ments, their pigtails tucked up under their straw hats, while the western world wags on its own way ell arouni them. This is less than five miles from the grass-covered parade ground of the Waldorf-Astoria." ' They have only three houses among them, that is, there are only three of these groups of "rooms, made of old boards and boxes and .covered with, tar paper, but no one in the neigh borhood seems to know just how many Chinamen live there. The came sleep ing space would hold a score or more over in Pell street. Being CMnamea, they grow only Chinese produce, a peculiar kind of bean and some sort of eilad, ar l these large, artistic-!;; :J taelcrj, seen only inChinaor Chinatown, wl.' ! they call something that soundj Lie "moncha," and which, ona of Cn told me, bring two cents a pound from the Chinese merchants and restaura teurs, of Manhattan. For my part, 1 was very glad to discover these far ts, for I had always been perplexed to ac 00 not for the fresh salads end pre a vegetables, of unmistakably dine origin, that can be foued in eoos la New York'" Chinatown. Sieves Trr Old Z?aa;Uh Fernm. Eight hundred and twenty-two years was the aggregate s?e of 11 p-y-sors who died recently at Yarmouth, II land. Albany Argvis.