The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 100, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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NUTS FRUITS HOT
DRINKS FRESH BREAD
PIES and CAKE.
FINE LINE of CANDIES
FOR NEW YEAR PRES-
ENTS IN FAN'iY BOXES.
GIVE US YOUR ORDER.
Kandy Kitchen and
Seoond door south of I'ostofliue.
Dintta Conservatory of
IU. IU. flora prm.
tlalMll Block Over ioloili.
AU benches of Mu-
ncmught in cirtiul-
lv gilded coufw i.
cder direction of
Cha or private instruction. Fur cat-
alogue and further information call at
conservatory or addres
WALTER V. FLvRA Principal
Vmita Corucrvatory ot Munie
Vinita lad. Te.
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Not until I get to
Crosser Ql '
Where I can get
fiiisscuri Kansas &
f TIME OF TRAINS
THE BIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN
IN THE NOrtTH
AND ALL POINTS: RfrOXO.
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Miss. Wtn. Kobbins Is sick.
S. (. Ell Is over from Ruby.
Mrs. Johnson Falling is quite sick.
The Eatcliff Mercantile Co. are in
D. G. Elliott of tbe Golden Kale is
Mrs Geo. Knapp is bedfast with
C. L. Howard was here from White-
oak last night.
11. L. Harvey was down from Par-
sons this morning.
Jim Uufflugton was hero from Ca-
toosa last night. . '
Mrs. J. II. Butler Is sick and unable
to be at the postolllce.
Preston Davis returned from No-
wata last night.
Grant Victor returned to Afton
Joe Hilderbrand was here from
Chelsea last night.
M. F. Herd was in the city from
Whlteoak last night.
Walter W. Show is among the Ciare-
ntoro visitors In this city.
II. P. Sexton of Coffeyville was at
the Cobb hotel this morning.
Pw. L. McWilliams was In the city
from Durant this forenoon.
F. S. E. Amos returned on the (Iyer
last night from Muskogee.
Phone 51 and get some white elk.
Roberts & Martin. 74-tf
G. A. Whitney has sold his restau
rant ac Tulsa and will engage in the
P.ob Williams of Duraot Democratic
national committeeman fur Indian
Territory was here today enroutehome
Furnished Rooms to Rent Apply to
Mrs. L. E. Hutchens West Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clegg of Miami
are vititing in the city.
Mrs. Gus Nichols and little daugh-
ter Irene are visiting in Chelsea.
Cab will answer calls at all hours
day or night. K. M. Stokes 'phone
Andrew Miller of Jennings O. T.
spent last night in this city.
Notwithstanding the bad weather
corn is still pouring into this city In
K. O. Steveason will buy j our sec-
ond hand furniture. S'Jlt
Jessie Ilcxlge and Charlie Ross of
Hush) head were among our visitors
Dr. Essie llondurant lady physician
and surgeon. Phone 20 Empire block
room 8 Vinita I. T. 204-tf
Miss Chessie Hughes went to Min
eral Kans. last evening to visit a
l(i lbs granulated sugar $1.00 Satur
day. Roberta Si Martin. Phone 04.
Dr R. J. Harvey an eyo specialist
of Parsons Katis. Is here looking
after business and may conclude to
If you want a cab 'phone 4(i day or
M. C. Faulkcnberry elitor of the
Miami Record-Herald passed through
this city last night en route home
from the press meeting at Muskogee.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the;
cough caused by attack of )a grippe.
It heals the lungs. Sold by Peoples
Dr. C. D. Meredith received a letter
tfxl.iv from Trof. Ed. Mockel. of Star
City Ind. Mating that he would be
here to take up his work as band in-
Htructor week after next. He has
been delayed by sickness.
The motit reliable preparation for
kidney trouieson the market is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Peoples Drug
T. M. RuRington Jno. S. Thomason
and Pert Chandler returned hust even
ing from Tahlequah where they had
been on business with the land office.
Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption if neglected. They can
soon be broken up by using Foley's
Honey and Tar. Sold by Peoples Drug
Store. . dw
Miss Lucile HufCngton who has
been stck for several dajs. is much j
Mothers can safely give I-nicy's
Honey and Tar to their children furl
coughs and colds lor M contains no
opiat cs or ol her poisons. Sold by Pen-
pies Drug Store. dw
Miss Willie Trot I entertained a
numticr of young folks at her home in
the cud pari of the city last evening.
To cure Constipation and Liver trou-
bles by gently moving the bowels and
acting as a tonic to the liver take
Little Early Risers. These Famous
Little Pills are mild pleasant and
harmless buteilective and sure. Their
universal use for many years is a
strong guarantee of their popularity
and usefulness. Sold by Peoples drug
Mr. and Mrs. George E Harris will
leave tomorrow for Cassv!!j Mo. to
visit old friends.
J. A. Wlliiams w ho has been quite
sick for the past week is reported
some better today.
Are You Ketles at Night.
And harrased by a bad cough? Use
Ballard's Horehound Syrup it will
secure you sound sleep and effect a
prompt and radical cure. c oOcand
$1.00. Sold by Peoples Drug Store.
Mrs. T. T. Wlmer has been confined
to her home by sickness for the past
The Northern District convention
of the Christian church will meet at
Wagoner next Tuesday. Several dele-
gates from this place will attend.
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
G. Y. Denham of Oklahoma City
was here today looking after business
for the Remington Typewriter com-
II. A. Calaway delivcryuian for F.
G. Cowan's grocery is unable to be at
work today. j
ManZan is the Pilo Remedy that
reaches Hie 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 Manan the great pile
cure. A. P. Owens. d
Capt. II. C. Luey is unable to be- at
his post of duty today owing to sick
George Gates will leave this evening
for Ids old home in Indiana.
A good prescription
The 5-cent packet Is :ough tor
usual occasions. family bottle
(60 cental contains a supply for 1
year. All druirirists sell them.dw
The New Cobb hotel is making
some handsome improvements in its
dining room in the way of ornamental
paper and designs.
A. S. Baker returned
last night after a short
visit in this
A !M gut Alarm
Worse than an alarm of fireatnight
is the brassy cough of croup which
sounds like the cildren's death knell
and it means death unless something
is done quickly. Foley's Honey and
Tar never fails to tive instant relief
and quickly cures the worst forins of
croup. Mrs P. L. Cordie'r of Mann-
ington Ky. writes: "My three year
old g'irl had a severe case of croup:
the doctor said she could not live. I
got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
the first dose gave quick relief and
saved her life.". Refuse substitues.
For sale at Peoples Drug Store dw
Mr. A. L. Churchill lias recently-had
his home elegantly papered with the
very latest and tlritst patterns. The
work was done by an artist.
F. M. Lewis returned from Chelsea1
last night where he has been selling
Cut prices on all canned goods Sat-
urday. Roberts & Roberts. Phone 54
Miss Maud Lewis is at Whiteoak as-
sisting Ktllgore & Williams in their
Bee's La.tai.ive Honey and Tar is
an improvement over all cough lung
and bronchial remedies. It acts on
the bowels drives t lie cold out of the
system cures croup whooping ;cough
wards olf pneumonia and st rengthens
the lungs Bee's Laxative Honey and
Tar is the best cough syrup for chil
dren. TiLsies good. Sold by A. P.
F. M. Dunham editor of the Sul-
phur Journal of Sulphur I. T. was
among our visitors last night.
I Owingr to the storms preventing: many
f from attending: our ureat aivag:e bale
I we will continue the same prices this
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J hrec lines tn this column Uvo
limes for tc seven words make a line.
Cash must accompany order. Xo ad
taken for lcs-than 25c
WHY IT PAYS
TO ADVERTISE IN
It is in its 2d year.
It has a aally and weekly circu-
lation throughout the two territor-
ies which are soon to be the Dew
It reaches all the inland towns
and goes where t he drummer and
agent cannot go.
It is eagerly sought after by
prospective settlers in this country:
joople looking for a home a posi-
tion or a business opening.
An ad in its columns w ill work
more effectively and persistently
than any personal solicitor you can
employ. It. will work longer hours
asking no pay for overt ime.
The Chieftain is the best adver-
tising publication in this latitude
at this time and will continue to
lie chief and best for many years
Brinson - Patterson
LONG AND SHORT LEAF YELLOW
PINE SHINGLES PLASTERING
MATERIAL ETC. BRICK OF ALL
KINDS. GRAIN BOUGHT & SOLD.
WANT Hf Expo riwNMHl travel ir ni!'miu) to
sfll crock. fry pisnwHrt ami tinwarf t thg 'nral
tiro tr;ili. Kftrtniis rM(uireil with Applica-
tion. Thmuas Bros. Baltimore. Mil. 9
MEN Tbt Okiahoroa City Harber rolloce
teaches you the harbor tnult in from t to H w
al Kuarantoob puiiit-ns. WriM1 for UTtns. 1 17
H. Kolitu-soii. S.s-tf
WASTE! Kelifthie eneretit solicitor to t;ike
nnlor in Vinita ir onfTws tta etc. Liberal
cip!urais-itTj : all ;ikk1s uarHatt-ii. Addr" T"
Co. care ricftatu. i-it!
M Ks Lcona Suiltli of St. Louis ar-
riv.'il in this city Lust nijht for an ex-
jiendol visit with Mrs. (ico. Kaip.
j I'olcy's Jioiii'y uiul 'lav ;s U-t lor
! croup ar.'i whoopiiti; couh contains
! no opi:itc. anti curts quickly. Care-
jfn! mothers keep it in the hou.-e. Sold
by Tootles Prujr St.cre. dw
Uov. J. II. Sl.'trk of Montezuma
Iowa was a gt.e.st voter jay or IUv.
In J. Ter.
R. A. . 1-ORHMAN
PHYSICIAN and SUGEON
ouiice -McGoorge I'liidin?. Besi-.leuce
A ureat vent will be our offer-
ing of Fancy and Staple Groceries
for the coming week.
in pure foods and all table sup-
plies. The yood housekeeper will
rejoice at the quality and prices of
all our 'groceries. Fancy meats
and potatoes the best procurable.
Meat & Grocery Store
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NORTH PACIFIC COAST
Mis. Hruno (ira!Tunder and children
arrived home today from New York.
; where they had btvn on
a few necks'
U i 1 1 ((Uiinlninl nmri iii-ii!)!. ;
. " .i j . j' Randolph Cook
t!i:i'i iniv ot her disea-. I his is due- 1
to the iliv(.;ks; being so insidious that
it gets a good hold on the system 1k-
fore it is recognized. Foley's Kiduev
('ure will prevent the development- of
fatal disease it taken in time. Sold
by Peoples Irug Si ore. dw
llrounuig Lewis of the Willie Ilal-
s 11 college was called to the sick led
of his mctlitrat '.airland yesterday. bm anij bladder diseases backache
W. T. Wade is in St. Louis purchas- J lumbago and evcry frmj of rlienma-
ing tli spring and summer stock for ' tisw. Pineules rid th. 'system of im
( hs J. ORIGINAL
Tlieheaithjuidfragr.iiice audjst rcngth
of the great pine forests are condensed
in rineules .1 new discovery put up
In a new way. A cure for all (kidney
! y ii f
i AND i fV
! gtt.10 m . e
the Jumbo store.
purities. Sold by A. P. Owens d
An improvement over all Cocg!i
Lung and Bronchial Rernediea.
Cares Cocgbs Strengthens th
tunes gently notes ths Bowels.
Pleasant to the lasts azl goal
aliie lor Young acd Cli.
ttmt it r.xrai roiciM catu4.. 1.4
Sold tsy A. 5. Owens
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Very Low Rate in Effect
Daily March ist to Alay 15
ROUTES FROM WHICH
10 MAKE A CHOICE
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GEO- H. LEE G. P- A. L;.t'e Rcxk Ark
J. S. McN'ALLY Div. Ts. A
C -a C;y O- T.
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 100, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1905, newspaper, February 11, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc772985/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.