The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 112, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 25, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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Three lines in this column two
times for 23c seven words make a line.
Cash must accompany order. No ad
taken for legs than 25c
WHY IT PAYS
TO ADVERTISE IN
It Is in its 23rd year.
It has a daily and weekly circu-
lation throughout the two territor-
ies which are soon to be the new
It reaches all the inland towns
and goes where the drummer and
agent cannot go.
It is eagerly sought after by
prospective settlers in this country;
people looking for a home a posi-
tion or a business opening.
An ad in its columns will work
more effectively and persistently
than any personal solicitor you can
employ. It will work longer hours
asking no pay for overtime.
The Chieftain is the best adver-
tising publication in this latitude
at this time and will continue to
be chief and best for many years
WASTED Experienced traveling talMman to
11 crofkorjr Kliwswara and tinware to the general
tore trade. Kefereiipwi miulrrd with applire-
tiuu. ThuniM JJroi. Baltimore lid. vH-l'il
II EN The Oklahoma City liarber Collj?e
teat-hea ym the barbitr trade in from 6 to S wa
and ((oaranteea ponlUun. Write for trm. 117
fl. Kobinaoa. bS -If
MALKHBI.P WA.NTI-Maa to travel. Kefer-
rnitm euuird ; Salary 1"21 jer weeki etpeiirwa
advanced. J. i iiiegler Co. H2S iJearboou St.
Ointta Conservatory cf
IU. XXX. flora prin.
Alclrkh Cottaira Illinois Ave.
I Ail bnochei of Mu-
Iv graded courwi.
under direction of
Qau or private instruction. For cat-
alogue and further Information call at
conservatory or address
WALTER W. FLORA Principal
Vinita Cofiiervitory of Music
Vinita Ind. Te.
To show you our
nice line of Meats...
... and Gioceries..;.
Grosser & Sexton
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cores all Cough. axpeia Colda from
tbe system by gently mo vino tba bow la.
Sold at Drug Store.
E. A. 5TOKES
CALlis ANSWERED AT ALL
IJOtRS DAY OH NIGHT.
(Vlice 'phone 40 Residence
I phone 275.
I JL. I iy ORIGINAL
At 3f rorement oyer all Cough
Inn and BuzOAtl Remediet.
Ca- i.3 Coaghi Strengthens till-
js gently mofea tha Eo-arela.
j . 'asaist to the taste and gm
Ci ! for Yoacg and Old.
I ;old for A. P. Owm.
Tonight and Sunday fair.
Grant Victor returned to Afton
C. D. Gunter who has been visiting
relatives here the past few days re
turned to his home at Slloam Springs
Ark. last night.
K. O. Stevenson will buy your sec-
ond hand furniture. 89tf
M. G. Mauser came down from Ga-
lena last night.
J. A. and A. M. Gammon are among
the visitors here from Chelsea.
One of Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets
after eating even if you can eat but
little will digest the little you do eat
and cure Indigestion dyspepsia sour
stomach belching and weak heart. A.
P. Owens. . d
J. D. Scott is among the Chelsea
visitors here today.
T. II. Craiir and A. E. Davis repre-
senting the Mail and Breeze of Topeka
Kas. are In this city today.
Phone 54 and get some white elk.
Roberta & Martin. 74-tf
Misses Halle Thompson and Daisy
Byrd will go to Tahlequah tomorrow
to complete their filings.
F. M. Francis of West Plain Mo.
is transacting business here today.
The most reliable preparation for
kidney troules on the market is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Peoples Drug
Now lei the birds and flowers come
M. O. Gabbertsolda fine Kingsbury
piano yesterday to Oscar Brady of the
Ilatclitf-Sanders wholesale house.
If you want a cab 'phone 46 day or
Have you noticed the Chieftain's
premium for the hcu.t kept lawn?
Who will have the best kept lawn
in Vinita this year ?
Foley's Honey and Tar is best lor
croiiD and whoopimr cough contains
no opiate and cures quickly. Care-
ful mothers keep it In the house. Sold
by Peoples Drug Store. . dw .
Plant your trees early.
Ilorseosraptusand jackotypes printed
at the Chieftain office.
Sow your lawn grass now.
Cab will answer calls at all hours
day or night. K. M. Stokes 'phone
Geliua Ketchum of Welch was a
guest at the Green hotel last night.
The Music club will meet Monday
afternoon Feb. 27 at 3:30 with Miss
Dora Franklin. A ll members are re-
quested to attend as business of Im-
portance will be discussed.
Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption If neglected. Tr.sy can
soon be broken up by using Foley's
Honey and Tar. Sold by Peoples Drug
Attorney Preston Fogle went to
Miami last night on business.
E. C. Day Of Morrlsonville 111. is
iu this city looking over prospects.
J. 15. Graves is here from Neosho.
Dr. Essie Bondurant lady physician
and surgeon. Phone280 Empire block
room 8 Vinita.1. T. J 204-tf
Cabin creek is said td be very high
and still rising.
Mrs II. M. Smith v ent to Fairland
last night for a visit with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman NidifTer.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the
cough caused by attack of la grippe.
It heals the lungs. Sold by Peoples
T. I). Pilsue of Weleli Is a visitor
in Vinita today.
E. O.'Stevenson returned last night
from an extended visit at Arkansas
Mothers can safely give Foley's
Honey and Tar to their children for
couglis and colds for it contains no
opiates cr other poisons. Sold by Peo-
ples Drug Store. dw
N. P. Johnson and daughter Mws
Margaret are visiting in Ohio.
The city Orchestra practised last
night at Prof. Flora.s conservatory.
Dr. Geo. II. Branliam of Wetumka
I. T. will arrive in town tonight to
visit his son's wife who is sick at the
home of her father. J. S. Bumgarner.
ManZan is the Tile Remedy that
reaches the spot and stops all pile pain
instantly. If you suffer with blind
bleeding itching or protruding piles
and want to be cured It is only neces-
sary to use ManZan the great pile
cure. A. P. Owens. d
Attorney Geo.E. McCulloch returned
from Tahlequah last E ight.
Joe Scott returned home last night
from Tahlequah and Muskogee.
A wire message from Ed;;ar Smith
today states that the statehood pros-
pect is quite favorable.
A. L. Churchill is here from St.
Louis for a visit with his family.
LeRoy Neal a prominent attorney
of Chetopa is in this city today look-
ing after professional business.
Owing to theextremely small attend-
ance the Commercial club meeting
was not called to order last night.
Judge Gill returned from Washing-
ton this forenoon.
Thehealth andf ragrauce and strength
of the great pine forests are condensed
In Pineules a new discovery put up
In a new way. A cure for all (kidney
blood and bladder diseases ; backache
lumbago and every form of rheuma-
tism. Pineules rid the system of im
purities. Sold by A. P. Owens d
Emmett Skinner and wife are here
on a visit. Mr. Skinner came up from
Texas and Mrs. Skinner came down
from Kansas City on the evening train.
W. M. Oskison returned last night
from LaJ unta Colorado.
Immigration Agent Greve of the
Frisco System is looking ' over this
liee's Laxative Honey and Tar Is
an improvement over all cough lung
and bronchial remedies. It acts on
the bowels drives the cold out of the
system cures croup whooping cough
wards off pneumonia and strengthens
the lungs. Bee's Laxative Honey and
Tar is the best cough syrup for chil-
dren. Tastes good. Sold by A. P.
Col. L. B Bell returned home from
M uskogee this morning.
A. G. "Wilson a prosperous farmer
from beyond Grand river is here and
is unable to return home on account
of high water.
Clarence Starr wlao has been very
sick tor the past two weeks with pneu
monia is reported better.
Pineules is the name of a new dis-
covery put up in a new way. A cer-
tain cure for all kidney blood and
bladder diseases and every form of
rheumatism. Pineules relieve back-
ache and kidney pains permanently.
If you need such a remedy let us show
you the wonderful Pineules. Sold by
A. P. Owens. d
G. W Zinke will re-open his Kandy
Kitchen this spring or as soon as a
building can be procured. He leaves
today on a short visit expecting to
return ready for business.
Capt. White is very low and fears
are now entertained that he may not
N. S. Waldrop of Adair is here to-
day on business.
' Kidney complaint Kills more people
than any other disease. This is due
to the disease being so insidious that
it gets a good hold on the system be-
fore it is recognized. Foley's Kidney
Cure will prevent the development of
fatal disease it taken in time. Sold
by Peoples Drug Store. dw
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neimeyer of
Pryor Creek changed trains here to-
day en route to Chelsea to visit
Chas. Robinson living south of town
is quite sick.
Mrs. Sam Parks is under the doc-
Eex Walker came down from Nar-
cissa this noon.
Preston Davis returned today noon
from a business trip to Miami.
Frank Byrd and family are here
from Fairland visiting his father Dr.
O. J. Byrd.
Ora Smith went to Chelsea today.
J. Y. Stokes of Chelsea who has
been visiting his son E. M. Stokes
in this city for several days returned
to his home this noon.
Dr. C. D. Meredith made a profes-
sional call to Chelsea today.
ir Tor WMT to Kffw
WHAT A1XS YOU
tba V. S. snail will bring you th. brat ncdics
advice for only the cost ot writing
matertait and stimpt.
Many people owe their present jrooJ
health to the fact tbat they consulted Dr.
Pierce by letter E'v'"(t h"" " possible in-
formation about their condition symptom
etc and received in return good medical
advice which coil them nothing. Write to
lit R V. Pierce founder of the Invalids'
Hotel and Sureical Institute Buffalo N. Y.
Di Fierce by no means ccmnnes himself
lo prescribing his well known medicines.
He tells yo- in the mot common-sene
way what ails you. what you ought to do
what line of treatment should be followed
out in your particular case and if your eass
dors do! indicate the need foi this proprie-
tary medicine he tells yoc plainly and
frankly uhft yon do need and the best
possible method of improving your health.
Dr. Fierce treats many chronic cases at a
distance through the mail and all you bay
to do is to write him your symptoms.
THjnnjr Tuvtwo vesrsof married life T haTt
not had good health." write Mrs. Daisy Rnttl-
nard. 0 N S Esplanade Avtnue Lesvrnworlh
Kans. ! w- a'' run-down and my husband
f4 bi to write to Dr pieice I g-oi an early
reply telling me what the trouble was. I com-
menced takiny Dr. fierce' Favorite Prescrio-
tion. and also the 'Pleasant Pellets." and now
can sav that I feet like a new woman. I all
my work and ' a not feel tired out like I eed to
I have taken eisjht bottles of the ' F-o'ite pre-
scription ' It makes one feet well and strong
Dr. Pierce' Pleaant Pellela ear duuti-
Bess and atrk headache.
'P fiawes Mew Spring' fiats sP
Soft arid Derby
.00 1 f7 I $9 00 1
1ST SEE CLOTHING WINDOW "J
MERCANTILE COMPANY I
Two hundred high grade Hereford
cows in calf to Registered Hereford
Bulls all young cows 25 bulls some
registered a portion of them will be
at the next Vinita saleMarch 5. Also
some good geldings saddlers drivers
and work horses. All interested in
this please write to me.
d-74-123 M. Holdekmav.
A good prescription
The 5-cent packet is enough lor
usual occasions. The family bottle
(60 cents) contains a supply for 1
year. All drucgists sell them.dw
Good for Traveling Men.
. Katy Sleeper leaves Parsons 2:10 a.
m. Ready for occupancy 10:00 p. m.
' ' served Popularity.
Toc .oation and Liver trou-
bles by Bont'iy moving the bowels and
acting as a tonic to the liver take
Little Early Risers. These Famous
Little Pills are mild pleasant and
harmless buteffective andsure. Their
universal use for manv years is a
strong guarantee of their popularity
and usefulness hola by Peoples drug
W. P. Thompson will leave for
Washington D. C. this afternoon and
will remain forthe Inauguration March
A Friend In Need.
Do you know of anyone suffering
with consumption? Then tell them
that Dr. Bosehee's German Syrup will
cure them and you will be a friend
need. German Syrup is a reliable
specific for cure of consumption. It
has been mating marvelous cures or
consumption throughout the world.
for fortv vears. Croup couglis colds.
bronchitis and all throat and lung
troubles are soeedily cured by German
Syrup. Trial bottle 25c. Big bottle
oc. At V liner Drug (Jo. dw
Dr. Day leaves for St.. Louis and the
If you want your furniture uphol
stered or repaired call at E. O. Stev-
enson's Furniture store. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. 89tf
Fine Property for Sale.
Four lots and good two story resi
dence on northside near college. The
block is ISO feet by 300 feet. Within
five minutes walk from business por-
tion of town. Enquire at this' office
for information. 107-112
Frisco Time Table.
410 Meteor 14:41 a m
411 Eastern Express :20 P m
414 Meteor 12:S m
4"9 Meter-.. :! B
411 "tklshoma Express 14:10 p m
liMeteor 1:13 a m
Outee Bagbt Pres. J. O. Hall V-Pres. W. P. Phillips Cashier j
first IRattonal Bank
VINITA IND. TER.
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in Cherokee Nation
Oliver Bar by B. F. Former E. B. Frayser
W A . Graham I.O.Hal' G.W.Oatk
SUHPLU8 22ooo J
A. L. Churchill W. H. Komeray
W. E. Halsell
DOES A SAFE IGENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Brinson - Patterson
ILuimlber ' .
LONG AND SHORT LEAF YELLOW
PINE SHINGLES PLASTERING
MATERIAL ETC. BRICK OF ALL
KINDS. GRAIN BOUGHT & SOLD.
UIATiYE crash rss.:2.
Tb sonuln '
FOLEY'S HONEY nd TAR li in
t Tallow package. Refas mtitOnu
Prpard only by
Falay A Company Chloaf.
IF YOU WANT THE MOST HEALTHFUL
AND THE FUREST MANUFACTURED
YOU WILL ALWAYS USE
The Results Obtained From Its Use Are Always Uniform
and Satisfactory. You Do Not Meet With the
Failures in Baking So Common in
. AND NOTE THE PRICE.
ounces voi Que
IMITATIONS ARE WORTHLESS REFUSE THEM.
SAVE THE COUPOrJS
Ih famous ttl3 p'Zs.
For sale at People' drag store.
C!-at l;at yoa est
For Kale at Peoples drug store.
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