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See those sample g-loves---Ladies,-10,
25, 50 cents.
Also' children's worth three
times what we ire selling"! I
tjiem.for. . , I -
I will be in Vinita December 1st.
Save your pianos for me. Leave or
ders with A. M. Brock. G. W.Sheets.
Commencing Nov. u
Observation sleepers daily between
St.. Louis and San .Antonio, adding
another unrivaled feature to south
west travel via the Frisco line.
The New Beatty Building;.
The new Beatty building t be oc
cupied by Gus Nichols will be com
pleted next week, and. he expects to
open up for business about next Tues
day or Wednesday.
Presiding; Elder Located Here.
Kev. P. B. Hicks, presiding elder for
this district, Is in town and will oc-,
cupy the Elder's parsonage near the
College with his family. Bev. Illcks
is a good preacher and au excellent
gentleman and he is very welcome to
At the Downing caucus held at
Tahlequah last night, the nomina
tions were as follows: Medical Sup
erintendent Orphan Asylum, Dr.
Mitchell, of Pryor Creek; editor Cher
okee" Advocate, George Hughes, of
Tahlequah;' Board of Education,,
Thomas Cariyle and Waito Woodall.
1 Flower ihow.
The ladies of the Baptistehuieh arc
giving a flower show aiid serving re
freshments at the church. Beginning
this afternoon they will con Lin no till
Saturday' evening. 'Admission 15c
for the afternoons "and each night.
Oysters wilt be served at 25c. The
public is cordially invited.
Slier ilf's Appointed.
Chief Mayes appointed and ccnnjis
sioned John Parks of this city, and
Buff VVvlv. of Tahleciuah, to act. as
marslia Is or sheriffs to serve subpoe
- nas and other papers necessary in
making the filial roll of Cherokee citi
zens by the Dawes commission.
Their duties wiil be to act under the
direction of the attorneys represent
ing the Cherokee nation. The work
will begin about next March.
Regular Tourist Sleeper.
One of these popular cars will leave
Kansas City at :05 p. m., commencing
November 5th, and Sunday of each
week thereafter via the M., K. & T.
Ey for San Francisco without change.
Eoute via the M., K. & T. through
Parsons to Waco; S. A. & A. P. Waco
to Flatonio; So. Pac. Co. Flatonio
through San Antonio to California
points. " The equipment will consist
of tourist cars of the most approved
pattern with the latest improvements
and comforts. For special rates, etc.,
covering this excursion, apply to any
local agent for Information.
Robbed the Orave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject, Is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk
en, tongue coated, pain continually in
back and sides, do appetite gradual
ly crowing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up. For
tunately a friend advised trying Elec
tric Litters; and to my great joy and
surprise, the first bottle made a de-;
cided improvement. I continued
t heir use for three week, and am now
a well man. I kn jw they saved my
life and robbed the grave of another
victim." No one thou id fail to try
ti j. c.:.v ;r , l-:.,h,u -. ;,t a.
W, foreman's and reple"drug 'tore, j
B B B B B
KILLED AT .FOOTBALL
Victim was Fred Ratcliff's
; John Allen, Drury's greatest
football player, left Springfield
to join the Christian Brothers col-
lege team at St. Louis,, and was
killed, or so badly injured last
Saturday that , he died Sunday,
never regaining consciousness after
receiving his injury on the grid
iron at the Sportsman park, St.
Louis. Hd' was a college chum
and 'room mate of Fred Ratcliff,
and a big strong young fellow.
The Drury team is about to dis
band on account of the sad mis
hap to young Allen.
THE EUCHRE CLUB.
Hiss Carrie Ooodykoontz Entertain.
The Euchre club held its weekly
meeting at the home of Miss Car
rie "Goodykoonlz yesterday after
noon. Members and invited
guests present were; Meedarnes
J..C. Burckhalter, C. 0. Berry
Capt. Nelms, R. M. Swain, John
West, W. M. Mellette, J. C. An
derson, G. V. Miller, Dr. Bell, J.
13. Turner, J. A. Crockett, and
MiSses Myers, Nell and Fan Byrd,
Mabel Miller, Roberta and Rebec
ca Campbell, Hatton, Franklin,
Ashbrook," Ironside, Browning,
Hill, and Mrs. Chilsoti". " Refresh
ments of Rus&ian salad, chocolate
and " cake were served, and the
regulation good time was had by
ABOUT TWO GIRLS.
One Came to fleet Her Father the
Other to get Married.
City Marshal Bud Ledbetter re
ceived a telegraphic message this
morning to arrest two girls on the
Frisco train when it arrived from
the east. When the train came in
the two damsels got off and the
marshal proceeded to interview
them, but decided not to interfere.
One of them came here to get mar
ried, and the other met her father
on the street. The story of family
troubles' and - separation with all
its corresponding sorrow, accounts
for it all. As they had not via
lated anv law they: were" allowed
to go their way.
Represents the Cborofcees.
' Hon. W.T. Hutching will leave
tomorrow for Washington. He
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goes there as attorney ior me
Cherckee nation in the matter per
taining to leases. The Cudaby'a
are after an 80,000 acre lease in
the Cherokee nation and the Cher-
okees are fighting th matter. The
case is to come op before the Sec
retary oi the interior on the 23rd.
i VijU. t cXtlidtie d in in 'U mue
town I rc j cr'T. J.H. Akin. d!3-18
Who Sells fTp
ll it's paint you want good
paint, strictly pure, made nf lead,
zinc and linseed oil, and the neces
sary color and dryer; just that and
nothing else in it, no adulteration
or cheapening material, all this
guaranteed and sold Subject to
a chemical analysishere it is. -
Its the cheapest paint on the
market; Dont judge by the gallon
price, but-by the cost-ol 4he job
complete, which will always be
leas than than when so-called
cheap paints are used, because it
goes so much farther and lasts
so much longer. Ask for ''Horse
Shoe Brand," and take no other.
"We give the guarantee and proof
of purity; what more can you ask?
P. Gi Browning,
PHONE ao.' "-
Judge. Don Carlos Commits Several
James D. Fletcher., was , held
today -charged with arson. He
lives on the H; L. Hill farm hear
Bluejacket, within a bhort distance
of another renter named Cavin
with whom he had had trouble,
and the evidence showed that the
defendant had threatened to burn
the barn and had waited until the
entire crop was gathered and put
in the barn. The evidence is all
circumstantial but so strong that
the judge held him in $1,000 bond,
which was not given and he will
be sent to jail this evening.
N. M. Reece wes tried yesterday
charged with burglarizing the post
office at Ottawa in the Quapaw
country., He ws also, hejd and
committed in default of bail.
The case of Jesse Hogtoter and
Young Duck Josiab, charged with
stealing hog", will be investigated
Judgment was today entered
against E N. Ratcliff, Ed Sbana
han and A. M. Clinkscales, bond
men for Nailian Lovrll, charged
with cu'ling timber on the public
d imain of the Cherokee nation.
That Awfal Sickness.
With the tide of summer travel
still. turning ocean ward, 'and- the
question "Are you seasick?" be
coniing ifie r-''l engrossing ques
tion cf the da;'; f -u observations
of an Atlantis fa captain ju-e
tim'y arid fl interest. -.
"A great . ..-r passengers,"
safe'tkis rr.'cr vso knows, "ccme
aboiud loU.vJ with rr.xiicines for
the prevents gC r:ssie-:vis, but
I never kiicw air,-Jiingr succeed
yet except careful dlttjng. Wo
men are more su'-.-, let to seasick
ness than men, but, on t-ie other
hand, they stand it better. A wo-'
man isn't so much torturi by the
pangs. as she is words by . the
prospects of becoming dishevel
led, baggard and draaafci'..' She
fights to keep, np appurances as
long as she can hold r.p her head,
but a man give3 up'at ones and
makes a great : : rcpoo . and
takes to his bsrth. There he
gruuibles and "z oans"until.he,j it
well enough to go on deck tain.
"When a.wcstti Laally ttiea
to her room, tue ; warily asks
three qnestio-s. FSivt, whither
people ever die i; (wasic'rxesfl,
then how many ,.ca we ax from
shore, and lastly, wben shall we
"Is yonder building the deaf and
dumb aarlum?" aaked the searcher
after information. "I think It mvtt
fee a dumb asylum," replied the oce
who gives information wim difficulty.
"At ait eventa, although I have, livtd
near here for year. I have never heard
it speak." Plttaburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
THE "KATY" FLYER-
Through sleeping anil chair can
St. Louis to Waco and
Route. Ko change of car?.
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i Eor ladies, misses and infants. ; Although prices 1.5
, have been advanced by all manufactures partloularly on 1 ;
cotton goods, we have not Cone so and you will still hnd
our prices the lowest for the best grades of fine goocl. f j
Child's and Misses heavy, fleeced lined union suits 2jo x
each; child's and Misses extra heavy fleeced lined union
suits, well made and full sizes, 50c; ladies heavy union .Xj
suit, extra quality, worth 75o for 50c per suit; laches ex- ?
tra heavy fleeced lined, jersey ribbed vests and pants,!-
silk trimmed, pearl buttons for 50c per garment or $1.00
per suit, worth 75c per garment. i
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You're not so
that you can do without
colo mornings suggest a stove, vv e liiim a
heating and cook stoves which you should sec. The
price-is reasonable.. 1r7- HIV. IVEill03r
Spectacles and EyeGlasses
accurately fitted to suit all eyes that enn l.e benefitted by
L'hisses. I use only 1 he best lcne and tit, ttum-fiame
and all to suit YOUR eyes. Do your eyes pa n you?
Does the print blur when you read? Thee are only a few
df the tnanv symptons indteatinu defective visum, and
permanent relief can only be obtained by the use of prop
erly fitted glasses. When in need of spei-tac'es r eye
p lasses call ami see me; Satisfaction and perfect tit guar
.Altruist bclil leckoiy
Near 1'ost Ofliee
NEW LUMBER YARD.
N account of the partial destruction of our
t 1 stock of lumber by the recent tire, and the
& delay in adjustment of loss, we have decid
ed to close out everything now on hand and -put
i.ianew stock. We will build new sheds and
otlice buildings, and a stock of lumber never
equaled in Viniia. In our present stock there is
Considerable tirst class lumler slightly craned
which will be sold much below original cost.
WILBURTON LUMBER CO
are Hailv pxnectinc the arrival of a lot of
new and handsome furniture recently pur
chased. With its-arrival our store will
present a sight seldom seen in towns much
larger , than Vinita. We will save you
money. Try us.
E. M., fling Furniture Company.
CbiHi Beans and
Our Groceries are
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Just this. It will be to your
advantage to consult us before
hnvinpr that new furniture. We
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DrkdFruitj of all Kinds.
Fresh. Try Them.