The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 100, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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K. J. HARVEY. M. D.
Will be at t fie utilise rf Hrs.Kortner &
liagby one week.
KITT1NO OF OLA8SK A SPECIALTY
liafcreure: IKx lur of thu dty.
DR. L. BAG BY
THYSICIAN & StJUUEON
Office in new RatclitI bldjr. Thone 1W
Vinita. I. T.
CHARLKS W. DAY I). D. S.
Gold crown ano1 t.'e work a special
ty. Ofllce over First National Bank
Vinita I. 7.
kR. J. V. CRAIG
Physician and Surgeon
Office upstairs over Postofllcc.
Phone 2t9. Vinita Ind. Ter.
( Mellette k Smith)
ATTORNEY -AT LAW
Rooms 4 5 and 6 Halsell bunding
d Vinita. Ind. Ter
TAMES S. DAVENPORT
Rooms and 10 new ITalseU building
ViniU I. T.
Davenport & Hall Attorneys-at-Law
d Bank bid)? Claremore I. T
Joe Davis' Barber Shop
1 hat . just furnished my shop
with new up-to-date furni-
ture and have lefitted the hath
rooms making of this shop
one of the finest in the Indian
Territory. Call and see us.
JOE UAVIS Proprietor.
South of P. O. Onp Golden Role.
Office at residence: Congregational
Telephone Number 299
We cure Rheumatism Const ipation
Paralysis Malaria Diabetes diseases
of the Eye Lungs Heart Stomach
Kidneys etc. Diseases of women; dis-
eases of the Blood and Nervous sys-
em Dislocations etc. dw
HAY (a GRAIN
Long Distance phone 279.
Ofllce in McGeorge building. Vinita.
V. l. McDantel. M. D.
Big CebtB Jed. Ter.
Physician and Surgeon.
Calls Amwered D r NiKht.
O. C. Amundson M. D.-
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 233. Calls answered dav or
night. Ofllce in McGeorge building.
The oulv exclusive eye ear and nose
Specialist in Territory
Eyes treated and glasses properly fitted
d Otlice at drugstore Vinita
E. n- 5TOKES
"HOURS-DAY K J I IT.
Otlice 'phone 4;--Residence
Sunday school 10 a. m. D.M. Marrs
Preachcng 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
by Rev. G. W. Snodgrass the pastor.
Junior Christian Endeavor 2:30 p.
Christian Endeavor 0:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:.'f p. m.
ST. JOHN'S KV1SCOPAL.
Rev. 11. D. Raldwin Rector.
Sunday School at 10 a. in. Robert
Morning prayer and sermon 11 a. in.
Every one cordially invited.
(ATHOI.lO--CIU.UCII OK HOLY GHOST.
Father Charles pastor.
Regular services On first second
and fourth Sundays in each month:
lo:;!0 a. in. High Mass and Sermon;
4:oo . 111.. Kosary and lieneuiction.
On week days Low Mass at H a. m.
( ; N G R V.O A T 10 N A L CHURCH.
J lev. James E. Pershing pastor.
Services every Sunday.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Mrs. R. M.
Preaching at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m.
Junior Endeavor 2:30 p. m.
Senior Endeavor 7:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30 p. m.
A. G. Washburn pastor.
Preaching morning at 11 o'clock;
Sunday school at 10 a. m. K M.
Junior Union 2:30 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. (i:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
You are cordially invited to attend
all of t hese services and worship with
METHODIST CHURCH SOUTH.
II. II. Watson pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m. D. B. Stuts
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. 111.
Junior League 3:00 p. m.
Senior League 4:30 p. m.
Prayer meet ing every Wednesday at
All are cordially invited.
Strangers will meet with a hearty
KIRsT CliitlSTIAN CHURCH.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. W. M.
Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30
p. m. each Sunday.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
ing. Ladies' Aid every Thursday evening-Christian
Endeavor meets Sunday
t ti:30 p. m.
Church located on east side of South
Park: Randolph Cook minister. Resi-.
deuce corner Smith street and Dela
ware Ave. "phone 224.
KtAL ESTA'J E TRAKSfE KS.
Deed and Vatente Recorded in the
Northern DUtrlot Cherokee Nation.
Amanda O and David M Marrs to
J B McManus lot 1 blk 4 Marrs ad-
dition to Vinita; $180.
Fannie Sjieppard to J R Garrett se-se-nei
sec 34 tp 27 r 2oe; $42.
Amanda O and David M Marrs to J
B McManus lot 14 blk 7 Marrs addi-
tion to Vinita; $100.
Thomas A and Marie L Chandler to
E W Cox lot 2 blk 133 Vinita; $100.
Warren M Ice to A J White lot (i
blk i Chelsea; $110.
Maiy and VV B Mabry to Samuel G
Victor si sw-nei & sw-se-uel sec 24
tp 25 r 19e; $300.
Mary J Beck to J M Bay I ess 20 acres
wl se-nwi sec 16. tp 23 r 17; 30 acres
ei ne-sw J und ne-se-swl sec 21 tp 27 r
22e; 10 acres nene-swj sec 20 tp 24. r
Lydia White to Edward D White
n sw-sel sec 1 tp 27 r 2le; $300.
Minnie Hurl (nee Jolinsun) to John
S Thomasou nw-sw-sei sec 2S tp 23 r
Martha Vann to same nw-nw-nei
sec 33 tp 28 r 18e; $37.
Roswell Mackey jr. to Samuel G
Victor sj se-swi & s 20.11 acres lot 2
seo 19 t p 2"n r 20e; 500.
Same to same se-ne-si sec 14 tp
5tiu r 23e; $02X0
Mary and W B Maby to same nw-sw-sv.
sec 14 tp 2Hn r 21e; ilOO.
"Now that Luschman is married I
suppose he's gotten rid of ail those
beer steins he used to have around his
"Oh no. His wife keeps them full
"Yes full of temperance tracts."
O vr Your Stomach a Ket.
Your food muit be properly digastcd
and assimilated o be of any value to
vou. If vour stomach is weak or dis
eased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure' It
digests what you eat and gives the
stomach a rest enabling it to recuper-
ate take on new life and grow strong
again Kodal cures sour stoma"h gas
blotimr heart palpitation aud all dig-
estive disorders. Sold by Peoples dni
Two hundred bigh 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 sale March 5. Also
some good geldings saddler drivers
and work horses. All interested in
this please write to me.
d-74 12 M. Hoi.dkkman.
He Was Real Eude.
She Yes this fortune teller claims
to read the past present and future
from a lock of one's hair.
He In your ease did she require
past present and future shades of your
hair? Chicago Daily News.
I I Y;'
Backed up by over a third of a
century cf remarkable and uni-
form cures a record such as no
other remedy for the diseases
and weaknesses peculiar to
women ever attained the pro-
prietors end makers of Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
now feel fully warranted in of-
fering to pay $500 in legal
money of the United States for
any case of Leucorrhea Female
Weakness Prolapsus or Falling
of Womb which they cannot
cure. All they ask is a fair and
reasonable trial of their means
of cure. All correspondence
held sacredly confidential.
If you require medical advice
don't fail to write Doctor R. V.
Pierce who will tiV vou the
best advice possible. Address
Buffalo N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
are a ladies' laxative. No other
medicine eauals them for gen-
tleness and thoroughness.
hile you can not yet about is a good time
to make up the spring and summer wear
that you will need later. We have recei-
ved a preliminary shipment of Embroi-
deries that we confidently believe will com-
pare more than favorably in fabric pat-
terns and prices with any other lines
shown in Vinita. In fact we are proud of
the showing and invite a careful inspec-
tion before buying elsewhere. Of course
we have all the widths from the little
narrow fellows at 3c the yard to the wide
ones for corset covers. In the latter we
show some elegant patterns at 25c the
yard. The intermediate prices are 5c 7J2C
10c 15c 19c the yard for edgings and in-
sertions to match. If not convenient to
call personally drop us a card or call up
Telephone No. 190 tell us about the
width you want and the price you desire
to pay when we will take pleasure in
sending you samples.
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The Store That Accommodates.
At SCHLEICKER'S Jewelry Store.
Solid Gold Ring's
When you want a good ring-a solid gold ring either plain or fancy set
ring that will always wear well you'll find it here.
Plain solid gold rings at prices from $2.00 Gents' Solid gold set rings at prices from 4.3.00
. t0 10.00 to 1 i.O1
Ladies' Solid JGold Set Rings at prices from Solid oid rings for the baby
$2.00 to -j-00 on'y AK
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When you want anythmf? m the Jowolry lino can ami s.'. vnat i- .n .
plicated watch repairiiiic a specialty.
Motto: Not the Cheapest but the Best Work at all Times.
i 4.h WiUnn Street. JBWELEK and OPTICIAN.
I J -
CHAS. B. ROGERS
iifl.ee second floor Haise'1 blCK'W.
YOU TRAVEL-OR WILL
If rot torisy. thfo tomorrow. Tbr i qunli
ify m raj)a TravM m in everythmc 1.
Trafk. tnun- and tiiTj .rp the Ptiums. The
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fcr.ow ot it. Try it and be cnvnfsl. At Ti:t
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wtut mid tnvironin'Ttt can 'jsak tuin. i
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Yoi Can Be Cured.
No. U Cedr Temca.
Hot ttrmmua AU. Apri a !.
Wbei I wm CrMmuTifd I fonnd tht m etrtnirth end
hceJth m crduJIr dinnuihiti(t. I becanw mttoim
and lirlteMr end wu In bd end lowliM Un
aT ot trtry month end bd intne brmnn down pein.
My honbend bed tbt bwt pbyici.n f"r me end I ol
liie medicin lor nwly four roonih bat I reduu! gr
wtre bed V-M etreujtb end hwuif 1 wee uneW la ie
my bi eteil. . L1 . it .
A fn-n4 who wee renin on me bMirht m e boMl of
v:n.f i .mui end wee eo kud in iie uretee the 1 tola
W.1.1" pifS -Ufbt. I bed e4 tb. beUJ. I Xl t.i
end evrenilu end I cere eoi sea
ii k e la il ejcntti.
Tieiitiiii 6t. Afmi' Berarrr
Mm. Finm gan Led HtiW Wpe of Ucuee she knew ti.el ewry
tia.8 the had tboee fpeli ct in"ru trail u Serin with ttvient b. nnp
dowfl pains th. ji xrkcr. And firry month tb pn wa prowipf:.
rt'Jt Mr. Fini.pcau curfi br Wine of Cardji. J-Le in now
that tliere ero ff vr Furam wbo would not be c'ad to lv Use ba-'Jj
kLe ta. And any woman who ha the dril lann duwn pain
. an bave the tme r'!ipf.
Tou ran be fr from ni-utroal insr'j!ariu if ywa tk &i pjrt
T.vei.1 wme. WLt don't on take it wn yn what it I'M don.
for othrrs? S:urt a'Wtle of Wine ct Car.i"i t af.
Tn-r Hnip-Ut hit fl.M bo'flt.
Says we are to have an early spring harly
spring means early need of seeds Retter buy
Sweet Peas and Lawn Grasses
Right now. I have the largest stock of reliable
Hver shown in Vinita. Come in and
look than over.
J. T. RATCLIFF . Grocer
J. T. Ratcliff
40 ef & iM it-J i(
v if. f vM t!f i!K' 4.'
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.