The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 111, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 18, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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MISS IDA M. SNYDER
Treasurer of tho BrooKlyn East .nd Art Club.
II I I larf-iea are jgeucr-
II LI ally the beginning
' of a woman s trou-
bles. With the vitality at a
loir ebb the blood weak-
ened tho digestion disor-
dered (he goes about Pale-
faced hollow-eyed and nag-
Surd a piteous contrast to
blooming health of
her former self. But over
1 .000.000 women have found
health aaain br taking Wine of Cardui
Ass regulator of the menstrual periods
Wine of Cardui has never been known
to fail. It has seldom failed to restore
perfect health even in the most persis
tent and aggravated case of weakness.
Miss Ida M. Bnyder of No. 6
trm btreet Brooklyn H. X. Has n
Wine of Cardui and she says it hel
Hist lia M. tnyitr.
II - I. Ml-
her Into a new lite Health to Miss
Snyder is worth a great deal. She is
an attractive young woman with intel
lectual attainments ana sne occupies
the position of Treasurer of the Brook-
lyn East End Art Club. This position
marks her as a person of intellect cul-
ture and refinement and it speaks highly
of the respect and trust her fellow
women have in her. She writes t
women would pay more attrition
to their health we would
have more happy wive
mothers and daughters and
if they would use more Intel
ligencc in the matter of medi-
cines observing results they
would find that the doctors'
prescriptions do not perform
the many cures they arc given
"In consulting with or
druggist he advised McELres s
Wine of Cardui and TW-
ford's Black-Draught and so I took it
and have every reason to thank him for
a sew life opened up to me with restored
health and it only took three months to
cure me." '
Ton way secure the same relief as
Hiss Snyder if you take Wine of Cardui
as she took it. Thedford's Black-
Draught is the companion medicine of
Wine of Cardui and it is a liver and
bowel regulator which assists greatly
in effecting a cure. If you take these
medicines according to directions the
relief and cure is simple. Some cases
art cured quickly and others take longer
because the disease has run longer.
Remember how Miss Snyder took Wins
of Cardui and has health. The same
medicines are offered yon to-day.
million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
Try Our Line
Of Breakfast Foods
If you do not use any of those try them. They tire
fresh and will please you. Try our flaked rice and
order your groceries of us if you want prompt de-
livery. TAYLOR & LAWRENCE
j TELEPHONE RATCLIFF'S OLD STAND.
jOpera - House
Two Jolly Rovers"
A play of Pure
M - . . -
v;ryinf positively more
i Illfjtvclfes Specialties) than
ismy company on the road.
I ' Superb
Military Dand and
i Pricea 35. SO and 75 centa.
! As well as your
Before buying your gro
ceries and feed come and
Chas. E. Hagerty
With Joseph P. Scott.
it office Box 264 VlnltI.;T.
Allotment Located Lot Staked
and Grades Given. Special Attention
Glpn to Koundary Dltputes. Maps
ann mue rrint Mflo at Reasonable
Chemists Assayers and
Gold $1 23
Silver 1 at
Lead . 1 23
Gold (Silver and Lead . 3 25
Gold Silver and Copper 2 23
Zine..' 1 30
Charges Must Accompany Samples.
Muskogee Ind. Ter.
Copper...... ...J... ....
Gold and silver 1.:
Some newspapers print
matter to nil up spare
F. H. CHILSON
3. A. Cobb J. P.
Juo. SB. Soc O. E.
Walker 0. K.
Cobb & Wfllkei-
Civil Cnfineert and Surveyor
V bo a
Vita F. L BurckaalUr
genera! engineering business
. . " 1
1 17 guaranteed wuil-cb -lus-ogee
1 T. Vioita 1. T. Correspondence
J. W. CRAIQ H. D..
'hysiclan and Surgeon
Dfflce upeUitt over CLeroVeeNtfo"a;
Bank. Fhone Vi.
VINITA IND. TER.
RFADTMfT Much of this is really
IVllALy liNVj htnnfnl reding. It
the aim of the Skmi-Wevklv Nhws tt.
give helpful reading. Thousands will
testify to its helpfulness to them. Ask
THE FARMERS' h f
DEPARTMENT not tbe theory
of farming written by college professors
ana others up nortn on tbe conditions
tbat don't fit Texas. It is the actual e
peri f nee of fanners be re at home who
hare turned over tbe soil.
SPEC. AL If yd Bot u!n the
Uff CK. yon should be. It Is help-
iui q ui ocst lnieresis 01 your town ana
country. Forfl.50 cash in adrance we
will mail you The Weekly Chieftain and
fld tat Galveston or The Dallas Semi-
yrecaiy News tor iz months. Botb pa
pers atop wtiea 7 oar ante ss our.
White clover seed at Ed. Lee's.
Bermuda jrrass seed atEd.'Lee'n.
J. I. Morning went to Welch today.
Blank bills of sale at this office.
Pryor Farley is in Oklahoma City
attending a meeting of the' Shrlners.
EdLee's knlres are good kDlyes. tf
J. J. Speucer is sick with rheuma
tism and Iagrippe.
Ed. Lee's scissors are good scissors
Mayor Parker made a business trip
to Pryor Creek last night.
Buy your coal from Walton Lumber
Unlike other magicians Durno is a
comedian and humorht.
Old papers at your own price at this
Come and see Duruo at tbe opera
hou se Thursday afternoon and even-
If you don't get your Chieftain tele
phone the efflce. '
New York World Sept
says "Durno is an attraction of much
"Job printing" did you say? The
Chieftain is the place.
Mc Alester and Chelsea coal at Wal
tun Lumber Yard. tf
T. T. Parks is here from Adair vis-
iting his brother Sam Parks. '
M7neytoLoan. Short time small
amounts. W. J. Clemens. dwtf
Three desirable lots and houses for
sale. Apply hee. '
Judge John R. Thomas of Musko
gee Is here today.
Laprobes and horse blankets at
cost at Lee Barrett's.
" Will Robbina went to Muskogee on
Tbe Cnieftain office is the place to
purchase bills of sale.
Mis Maggie Wbittaker of Pryor
Creek is visiting Miss May Bluejack-
et. Screened lump McAlester coal at
Waltoo Lumber Yard phone;242 tf
Mrs. Ilayter aged 70 years fell yes-
terday breaking one of he tower
limbs near tbe thigh and sustaining
other painful injuries.
Visiting cards priated with our oaw
type faces "Engraver's Roman" are
It has been suggested that the
proper thing to do now that tbe town-
site commission has done its work so
promptly would be to give them a
One dozen flour sacks for sale for 25c
at the borne bakery. Just tbe thing
for tea towels. tf
Mrs. Tom Parks returned to ber
home In Adair yesterday after a short
visit with her sisters Mesdams J as.
aod Chaa Webb.
If Nat Emmons will go to the post-
office he will get something he
Tbe Mao Francisco Call Nov." 6
1898 says "Tbe work done by Durno
compares more than favorably with
tbat of the late Hermon and Keller."
Judge R. J. Hill of Independence
Kaonas and a friend of Judge Denl-
on spent yasterday In VInita on legal
We received this week our line of "High Art
Suits from ... .$10.00 to $20.00
Young men's "High Art" suits ages 15
: to 19 $10.00 to $15.00
In worsteds cheviots and unfinished worsteds. This is
the prettiest line of men's and young men's suits we haye
ever shown in Vinita
Heavy winter suits and overcoats 20 per cent off.
Men's heavy trousers 20 per cent off.
Hamilton-Brown new spring shoes for men and boys.
Selz Royal Blue shoes new spring line received this week
Eagle shirts new spring line at$l. 00 and $1.50
D. Jones & Son's shirts new spring line.
Prices.-. . 50c 65c 75c and $1.00
These are all dependable goods and at the
' prices we are asking are great values. Call
and examine them and you will agree with
E. N. Ratcliff Mercantile Co.
A Most Fatal Gift
Would be the power of foreseeing
events. This would destroy hope. A
knowledge of the future would unmake
happiness. There are of course some
things about the f utnre we do know. If.
for instance a lack of energy ambition
and loss of appetite shows itself we know
it will be followed by serionsjcomplaints
if not checked. Often liver and kidney
trouble follow quickly. In any event
Electric Bitters will restore you to health.
It strengthens build up and invigorates
run down systems. Only 50c. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed by People's and tA. W.
Foreman's drug stores. dw
Watch St. Louis.
The greatest World's Fair the world
has ever seen will be held at St. Louis
in 1904. To keep in touch with the
work of preparation for this grear
World's Fair and to get all tbe news
of all tbe earth every reading person
should at once subuctibe for the great
newspaper of St. Louis tbe Globe-
Democrat.' It stands pre-eminent
and alone amen American newspa-
pers and acknowledges no equal or
rival. lis circulation extend to every
state and territory of tbe Uoton to
Canaoa and Mexico and to every pa 't
of tbe world where there are readers
of tbe English language. It ought to
be in your home during tbe comiog
year hee advertisement elsewhere
in this loxoe.
Lies in the buyinglthe best of
Dining room girl aod
wanted at Hotel Green.
Gex & Miller
Livery Sale and Feed Stable
Special attention to driving trade.
Wse-on vsM in connection.
phone No 6 So. Wilson St. Vinit
Photos. The best is the
cheapest. Get perma
nent photos artistically
made at FOWLER'Seast
of" R. R. crossing-.
WANTED To pinchaoe an allot
ment for one near Vinita.
What comfort In the thought that
you have a Cole's Hot Blast stove for
they are coal savers. V
Foley's Honer and Tar cures the
couch caured by attack of la rrtnoe. It
heals the lnnirs. Sold bv Shanahan
borne money to loan on short time
n small amounts. See Jno. Camp
bell at EatcliS's store. dll5
Tbe new quarters into which the
Vinita National bank has moved this
week has an old-fashioned fire-place
where wood is burned and is about the
most home-like of any place In town.
Durno appears the fuu begins re
moves his gloves they vanish; then
waves his wand birds appear in mid
air fiowert can be seen growlLg a
small bowl of water Is produced from
a sua nanaaercmer men a large one
containing two palls fall.
Foley's Honey and Tar is best for
croup and whooping cough contains no
opiates and cures quickly. Careful
mothers keep it in the house. Sold by
Shanahan & Mitchell. dw
Miss Inez Greenleaf of Bloom Bed
la. cousin of Mrs. Sam It. Frazee
and Mrs. Corrle Hays of Kaboka
Mo. Mrs. Frazee'sslster have return-
ed borne after a pleasant visit here.
Bud Brewer returned today from
Herodsburg Kentucky where he was
married last week to Miss Marie Clin
ton of that place. Mr. and Mrs.
Brewer will make their borne in
Vinita. Mr. Brewer was accom-
panlel home by his brother who
will visit here.
A Weak Stomach
causes a weak body and invites disease.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures and
Strengthens the stomach and wards off
and overcomes disease. J. B. Taylor a
prominent merchant of Chriesman Ter
says: "I could not eat because of a weak
stoma-h; I lost all strength and run
down in weight All that money could
do was done hut all hope of recovery
vanished. Hearing of some wonderful
cures enected by use ot Kodol 1 con
eluded to try it The first bottle bene
fitted me and after taking four bottle I
am fully restored to my usual strength
weight and health." A.W. Foreman dw
The Coming Country.
No section of the country Is coming
to tbe front as rapidly as the Indian
Territory. From the Land of tbe In
diau It Is slowly but surely being
transformed into the White Min's
Paradise. You know what Oklahoma
has done the Indian Territory is
bound to outstrip Oklahoma. Write
for particulars. t JAhes Barker
Gen'l Pass. Agent M. K. & T. Ry.
201 Wainwrlubt Bldg. St. Louis. 1
A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away
Mr. W W. Baker of Tlainview Neb.
writes: "My wife had luflj trouble for
over fifteen years. We tried a number
of doctors nd spent over a thousand
dollars without any relief. She was very
low and I lost all hope whea a friend
suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar
which I did; and thanks be to this great
remedy it saved her life. She is stronger
and enjoys better health' than she has
ever known in ten years. We shall
never be without Foley's Honey and
Tar and would ask those afflicted to try
it." Sold by Shanahan Mitchell dw
To Care a Cola la One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quiuioe Tab
lets. All drusslsts refund the raonev
0rove s slg-
If it fails to cure. K. W.
nature is on esch box. rc.
Kidney complaint kills more people
than other disease. This is due t3 the
disease being'so insidious thatjit gets a
good hold on the system before;t h
recogniied. Foley's Kidney Cure yti'i
prevent the 'development of fatal -sease
if taken in time Sold by Shana-
han & Mitchell. tlw
When you want to refurnish your
kitchen come to see our
Biick's Stoves Ranges
Granite ware Tinware Dust pan
Broom Oilcloth Linoleum
Wooden ware Cutlery Lamps
Hatch safes. Etc.
Our variety is choice and our prices
Darrough Hardware Co.
The house that makes you money.
w ji a
Brinson & Patterson
0pp. Presbyterian Church.
StOf tlk COOffk an. hls lani
V jr sale at rccVs Drag Sore.
ut th cca Ltd of 43
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ctnt physicians ts the Best fcr
tliiaey and Eladier troullci
PRICE 50c aai J1X3.
At People'i Druj Store.
mlv Cbieftatn 10c
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 111, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 18, 1903, newspaper, February 18, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773094/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.