The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 146, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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O IP IE -L . 3E3C O TT S JE3 !
One NigHt Only
' Tuesday March 29
With P. G. Lowery's Famous Band
3V Colored Artists featuring S. A. Lucas tlie Comedian and
f 1 Miss Pearl Crawford the Prima Donna. Band Concert and
Jf Cornet Solo at 2 p. m.
Prices only 25 35 and 50c. Bradley's
A B. Htlf KINUTUN will clean your hoie
and lay your cnrpets. I.ttve ordnrx tit
SmlU'y & Uralfumiur's furulturo store.
WAMKD I'liiln sewing. Mrs. Mlushail.
WANTED Munnifiir for branch ulllco we
wish to locut lirre in Vliiltd. Andres with
rffen;n:8 Murrls Wholesale lloub euro
tills uaper. i:-tf
WANTKE shirt waists to lannrtry also a
limited number of wuuhlitgs at Aniif build-
WAN TKD First elm enlnrnd girl fur
homework. Apply to Mrs. W .X. Wa.d U'J-lw
FOR KENT Two front rooms furnished
with or without board. Annex flldK. 144-
WANTED For Vlnlla a Rood hustler (a
ugrni and collector for Incluatrtal Health.
Accident and LI fa Imuranca on weekly or
monthly premium pli'ti. Good contract to
no aiienl. wrlt i he Western Llfu and Acci-
dent Company 6al Coullneulal HulliiluK
Deovtr Colorado. 144-H6
WANTED Two traveling salesman: 7.1
lr month and expense Los Angeles Cider
Co. rit. Louis Mo.
WANTED-A Jersey bull. Apply to W. P.
LOST COAT A coat belonging to Harney
MarrH was lot. yesterday ufi.;rnoon near
south park. Finder will leave hro and get
FOK KfcNT 123 acres of land Win culti-
vation. A bargain. .See S. J. Hums. 14tS-M
W are authorized announce Henry E.
Rldenhour for re-election to the olllce of
city marshal subject to the action of the
We are authorized to nominee F. J Bar-
rett lor re election to the olllce of Kecorter
subject to the action of the Democratic
I respectfully annouacu myself a candl
date for ('liy reasurer subject to the de-
cision of the Democratic primary. E It.
Fresh fls.li at Weir Bros. 129
Fresh Oysters any style Whitney's.
The republican primary eieetion is
Corn lxef home wade at Weir Pros.
O ives in bulk at Weir Pros. 1211
Dr. F. li. File of Muskogee was
here this morning.
Flesh Oysters any style Whitney's
Fresh saner kraut at Weif' Pros. 12"
Mrs. P. L. So jut Is suffering with a
severe attack of neuralgia.
Fresh Oysters any style Whitney's.
Fresh cabUige at Weir Pros. 132-tf
Miss Iona Miller is assisting at the
Golden Pule for a few days.
All kinds seeil potatoes. Zeno. 3."!-tf
Fresh Oysters any style Whitney's.
Chas. A. Davidson went to Mus-
kogee this morning on the llyer.
Prandied cherries at Weir F.ros. 12J
Candies and nuts at Weir Pros. 12!)
Three room house to rent at SI a
Fresh Oysters any style. Whitney's.
"I hid scrofula and
eiT-ip--as fr eight-
een years until I
OF Dr. i.erc's Golden Melical Discor-erywntt-
Mr. Milery Koons of Q'icfn
V. Va. v When 1 commenced to take
this tnc'li I weighed one liumiml
mil tlurtv -j-mndi. I have taken six
bottles of' Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and three vials of his ' pleas-
ant relicts' and am j;lad to say I feel
hke a new man. I now weigh one hun-
dred and ieventv-five pounds. When I
had ti' l one bottle of the medicine I
could feci it was helping me. I realize
Dr. I'icrce's Golden Medical Discovery
is the beit medicine on earth "
Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Dis-
covery purifies the blood and en-
tirely eradicates the poisons that
breed and feed disease. It cures
scrofula eczema erysipelas boils
pimples and other eruptions that
mar and scar the skin. Pure blood
is essential to pood health. The
weak run-down debilitated con-
dition which so many people ex-
perience is commonly the effect of
impure b!..l. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery not only cleanses
the Mood of impurities but it in-
creases the activity of the blood-
mV;r. f-iand:- and it enriches the
bod tvit.h nil abundant supply of
pure rich blood.
Free. Dr. Pierce's Common
Sense Medical Adviser is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of'm.iiiin- :.''. Send 2t one-cent
stamps for the book in paper cover?
or -i :..-. ?s for the cloth-bound
volume. Address Dr. R.V. Fierce
TbiiTaVi N V
All kinds of salt fish at Zeno's. tf
Pumpkin Yam seed sweet potatoes
at AVeir Pro's. 134-tf
L. B. Campbell went to Chelsea to-
pay for the Patclif-unders Grocery
Dress goods gale Badicett-Sander
Mer. Co. I43"tf
Trumbull's seed are good seed. Ed
Lee has a full line. 135-tf
Geo. Punier cashier of the Okmul
gee national bank is visiting friends
All kinds of watch and clock repair
Ing done at Foreman's. 12S-tf
Lettuce onions raddishes and beets
at Weir Pros. 132-tf
Col. Pell is giving not a little at-
tention to the work of tree planting
in the south park.
Soda water and ice cream at Peo
pies drug store. 146-tf
Full and fresh line of Trumbull
Garden seed at Ed Lee's. 135-tf
II. P. Campbell was here from
Welch today purchasing maple trees
to plant on Welch property.
Fine line of fruits and fresh grocer-
ies at Vinita Meat Store. 94-tf
1 handle all kinds of feed. Give
me a trial. F. G. Cowan. Otf
J. O. Secrest who has leen visiting
Ids sister Mrs. E. X. PatclifJ left to-
day for his home at O.ona Texas.
Heinz's fresh bulk kraut in great
quantities at Garrison's. 130-tf
If you want good butter and fat
chickens go to F. G. Cowan. utf
C. C. Depue or Oklahoma Is a guest
in this city of his brother W. K. De-
pue. They spent today in Muskogee
Garden seeds of all kinds at Weir
For fresh garden seeds of all kinds
go to Zeno. -3-tf
The Commercial club will meet in
regular session at their rooms tonight.
All members are requested to be pres-
ent. See the line of floor oil cloth at Fra-
See ths 2$ and 30 cent UrcfS goods
at 19c at Uadcett-Sanders. 143-''
Ladies of t he Congregat ional church
will have taster eggs 011 sale at their
exchange'' the Saturday before
lee cream at Silver Moon restau-
Fresh garden and (lower seeds at W
I Davenport's. dtf
Mrs. A. C. Patterson and sister will
leave in a few days for a visit at Par-
sons after widen they will go to Mo-
nett Mo. to reside.
Watch and jewelry repairing at
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at
Weir Pros. 12!
The father of Charles A. Davidson
returned to his home at Cleveland
Ohio yesterday after an extended
visit here with his son.
1$ and 30 cent ttourrtte suitings
on sale at 19c a yard at Badjjett-San-der
Mer. Co. M3-t'
Extra clean bluegrass sweet peas
red and white clover and Permuda
grass seed at Ed. Lee's.
Early next week the second install-
ment on lots sold by the townsite
commission last November will be
due 25 per cent of the purchase price.
EJutJrecclvcd car 01 S. P. I.our
ttte b:al on 1 lie market. L. P. (Jar
Cecil Long and wife returned from
their honeymoon trip to Kansas and
have embarked in housekeeping in T.
F. Thompson's house. opposite P.
Try a sack of Our Choice (lour; every
sack guaranteed to 1 as good as the
best. Zeno. 33-tf
Pev J. E. Pershing and family will
bo here tomorrow to remain. The
town as well as the pastor's congre-
gation will be glad to welcome the
gentleman and his family.
Dr. Essie Pondurant physician and
surgeon. Phone 20 Empire block
Vinita 1. T. 13-tf
Reports from the mountain streams
in the Cherokee nation say that fish
are biting in the Parron Fork and
Illinois rivers. There are lots of pan.e
fish In these streams and the club
memliers who have houses lu that sec-
tion are petting out their fishing
J. O. Wolf has had the care of the
postotlk-e building for over six months
for which the government pays him a
neat lit tle sum. lie also has the care
of the First National Punk building.
The best meats line pork sausage
veal and anything else in the meat
line at Vinita Meat Store. 94-tf
The announcement of grades for
sidewalks in various parts of the city
are In most instances a surprise if
not a disappointment. There appears
to be far too many "F" (fills) on the
Just received a carload of bran and
shorts mixed half and half. Send me
your order and get good feed L. P.
George Nidiffer visited his ranch on
Pawpaw creek yesterday twelve miles
northwest of town. lie reports a good
rain in that section and says oats are
up and getting green and the grass
If you want the best meats you will
find them at Zeno's both homegrown
and Kansas City meats. Phone "9. tf
Nelse Olson Miss Etta LaneTeton(
Pay Paldridge Miss Kate Walton
Another Good House.
Mr. Young of the Perry Lumber
Co. has bought a lot from AV. P. De-
Pue on Canadian avenue and will
erect a good house thereon. It is the
corner lot where the tennis court was
Leave for Montana.
Jess Harlan and Harry Iligley left
last night for Oswego Kas. where
they will spend one day and then go
from there to Livingston Montana.
These two young men are starting
out to make their own way in the
world and their many friends wish
them much success.
Stolen Valice Found.
A large telescope filled with under-
clothing that would fit a woman and
child was found broken open in the
Ix'd of the creek at the Frisco crossing
of Pull creek east of town this morn-
ing. The valise had evident ly been
stolen from the train or from the
depot platform. The clothing was
clean and fresh laundried and that of
the child was for a girl five or six
years of age. A tablet and a quantity
of envelopes were found among the
It is stated here by parties who
ought to know that there is little
likelihood of the Cherokee land otlice
opening lefore the present session of
congress closes one or probably two
months. In the senate have len in-
troduced two amendments affecting
Cherokee lands that will not be dis-
posed of until the session closes and
it is not likely that the land office
will be opened tint i! they are out of
the way. One is relative to the pay-
ment of Delawares for improvements
and the other is relative to a segrega-
SKIM HUMORS "
Speedily Permanently and
VHEII ALLELSE FAILS
Complete External and
Price One Dollar
- In tie treatment of torturing disfig-
uring itching scaly crusted pimply
blotchy and scrofulous horoors of tha
skin scalp and Mood with lo of hair
Cutlcura Soap Ointment and Pills have
been wonderfully successful. Even the
most obstinate of constitutional hu-
mors such as bad blood scrofula. In-
herited and contagious humors with
loss of hair glandular swellings ulcer-
ous patches in tha throat and mouth
ore eyes cop per-coloured blotches as
well as boils carbuncles scurry sties
nlcers and sorvs axis' ng from aa impure
condition of the blood yield to the
Cuticura Treatment when all other
And greater still. If possible. Is the
wonderful record of cures of torturing
disfiguring humors amon? infants and
children. The suircrlnj which Cuticnra
Remedies have alleviated amon the
younj and the comfort they have af-
forded worn-out and worried parents
have led to; their adoption in countless
homes es priceless curatives for the
skin and blood. Infantile and birth hu-
mors milk crust scalled head eczema
rashes an i every firm of Itehl32 scaly
pimply skin and scalp humors with loss
of hair of Infancy and childhood are
speedily permanently and economically
cured when all other remedies suitable
for children and even the best phy-
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0 Two Women
What becomes one may be decidedly unbecoming to another.
In selecting our stock of MILLINERY we tried to get enough
different styles' in hats to suit everyone.
There is a hat here of some style to please every woman at
a perfectly satisfactory price.
Our Tailor-Made and Dress
Hats will be shown you
with much pleasure.
Er. N. IPLatcliff Mes. Co.
Sj pr fcu 4stf
C. A. DAVIDSON Sec'y and Treas.
International Bank and Trust Co.
OF VINITA IND. TER.
(Business men and professional men ;
Clerks and book-keepers ;
Mechanics and laborers;
Sewing girls and housekeepers ;
Married women and single women ;
Young people and children.
3 Per Cent. Paid on Saving and Time Deposits
We have safety deposit boxes to keep your valuable papers safe from fire or burglars.
Call and see our vaults.
We also have an Abstract department equipped to show you just how your title stands.
J. VV. ORR Manager.
A. K. WILDER Cashier.
Patronize home people. I. N. Wil
liams buys his meat at home and
spends his money at home. He keeps
a nice line of all kinds of meats Dsn
and fat chickens and they are all
bought here of our own farmers. Vi
nita Meat Store. 94-tf
Meal tickets good for 21 meals at
Whitney's $3.50. 122-tf
Do you want the best of flour at the
cheapest price? If so try "Dinner
Party" Pich and Pare" and "India-
nola." Every sack guaranteed by Pea
& Pead Mill and Elevator Co. D. T.
Hall agent near Frisco depot.
I am prepared to supply all of Madam
Yale's remedies at my home. Mrs.
Cough Settled on Her Lungs
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her lungs" says N.
Jackson of Danville 111. "We tried
a great many remedies without relief
until we gave her Foley's Honey and
Tar which cured her." Pefuse substi-
tutes. For sale at People's Drug
Fashion has decreed that the woman who is "it" shall wear 3 Silk or a
Pongee Coat as a street wrap for afternoon and evening.
Don't overlook the natty garments of this kind we are showing in Taf-
fetas White and Tan Cicilians and Pongees.
Prices $4-50 to $10.50
We have also a nice line of Spring Waists only one of a kind which
should interest every woman in Vinita. Prices range from $1.50 to 57.50
J uinnalb Mercantile Co.
Leaders of Ilirfh-Grade Goods at Lowest Prices
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 146, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1904, newspaper, March 25, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc772916/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.