The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 111, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 8, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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One Side of the Main Business
Sapulpa suffered a big fire yesterday
afternoon Ihe east side of the main
business block being burned begin-
ning at the old opera bouse and ex-
tending south. The opera house had
been cut into rooms which were oc-
cupied one as a law office others as a
gambling house and for other institu-
tions closely allied thereto. Joe Den-
ton grocery store one of the princi-
pal ones of the city was in the block.
The other places were: a saloon the
Whittaker drug store a fine one a
new building completed yesterday by
Tony Clay and Tony Reedy the up
per part of which had been leased to
the city the Harrey hotel Hines gro-
cery and feed store and we believe the
Last Night's Play.
Hoyfs Comedy Co. last nightat their
second night's engagement presented
"La Belle Marie" to a good house
The play and performance was up to
the standard of the company's excell-
ence. The costumes were ranked
among the finest ever seen upon our
stage. Miss Claiie Sumers in the
dual role of Jean Ioglesides and '"La
Belie Marie-' handled two difficult
parts with the skill of an artist that
she is. Pete Raymond as "Stubbs"
kept the audience in roars of laughter
and Fred Hubbard as "Waupingee"
was immense. The rest of the cast
divided honors. Tonight "In Old
Kentucky"1 that beautiful comedy
drama of the south will be the play.
A feature of the performance is the
famous racing scene and the falling
bridge. 'ew and up to date special-
ties will be introduced and satisfac-
tion is guaranteed or money refunded.
Ladies will be admitted free again to-
night if accompanied by a paid ticket.
Saturday afternoon at 2:15 a matinee
will be given for the benefit of the
ladiea and children "The Fatal
Wedding" will be the bill. Saturday
eight a pig and possum will be pre-
sented to the one holding the lucky
The Knights of Pythias had a
"spread" last night at the close of
their installation ceremoaies to which
fifteen brave knights sat dov.n as
brave as that occasion demanded.
Good cheer and a feeling of encourage-
ment prevailed and a determination
to yet put the lodge back on solid
ground was manifested. Yinita ought
to have a strong efficient lodge.
Miss Lula Cecil and J. E. Iierg-
strom both of Big Cabin were united
in marriage at the parsonage by Rev.
M. L. Butler this morning. Miss
Effle Hoffman and a gentleman came
up with them and were witnesses of
the event This is the fourth couple
Mr. Butler has married this new year.
The Masons Will Attend.
The body of Jas. Lewis will be sent
to Chelsea this evening on the delay-
ed Frisco train. It was first arranged
that the Masons should go out with
the body but the train being so late
they go tomorrow to attena the fun-
eral and assist in the. burial ceremo-
nies. New Singer Agent.
A. M. Brock has been appointed
agent for the Singer sewing machine
at this place by A. Jackson of Mus-
kogee In charge of this territory. Mr.
Brock knows this country "like a
book" and although originally from
Missouri will not have to "be shown."
Gone Back to Chetopa.
Arthur Chamberlin went back to
Chetopa this morning to assist in tak-
ing care of H. W. Goodykoontz Mrs
Chamberlin's father who while do-
ing well because of his weight re-
quires considerable help to nurse.
A Night EariyT"
The weekly prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church will be held to-
night Instead of Thursday on account
of the entertainment to be given at
the academy tomorrow night by "The
Cliff Jackson's Double.
' IX Prof. Pitts of the Bells resem-
bles bis picture he is likely to be mis-
taken at Muskogee for Cliff Jackson
and he can easily ride over the Katy
on its attorney's face without the
CapL White sold a deer dog to a
party near Foyil last week and yester-
day received a venison ham from the
man which the Captain thinks is
evidence that tte dog isa'J right.
. ill. uiuva
And Singer Sewing 4
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Fair tonight and Thursday: not so
Mrs. Joseph Hunt is quite ill.
AH cough cures at Foreman's.
Fresh nxlk cow fur sale cheap. En-
Miss Sen'-ra 'ii ay is threatened with
Eugene Wilkinson of Chelsea is in
the city today.
"eil York's baby about two years
old is very s.ck.
Mrs. L. L. ' Bruwn came in on the
Katy last evening.
D. C. Parker ret urn (xi to Pry or
Creek last evening.
W. A. Graham came up from Pryor
Creek this morning.
The Frisco train from the cast was
five hours late today.
A son was born to Capt. C. II. Tay-
lor and wife t hi? morning.
Want a family receipt tilled? Take
it to Foreman's Pharmacy.
G. W. Miller came home on the
south bound Katy last night.
Latest styles lowest prices: come
and see our work. Photo car.
Gentlemen if you want a gooil
cigar come to People's Drug Store.
Miss Tot Foreman is able to be out
again after being ill the past week.
Fur Sale 5oo tons of hav in stack:
address Fred L. Kelly Yinita. jtnf
Louis Colin the Rochester tonic
king of Wagoner is in the city today.
Prescriptions left at Foreman's
Pharmacy receive the attention they
V. W. Morris aged .j.'i years living
near West Point died last evening of
Wanted A good competent girl for
general house work. Apply to Mrs.
W. T. Wade.
Miss Mabel Miller is quite sick and
unable to be at her place at the
Jumbo Store today.
Miss Cora McNair of Pryor Creek
came up tiiis morning and will be a
guest of Miss Pearl Drew.
Mrs. Eugenia Thompson leaves
tomorrow for Tahlequah where she
will teach in the Seminary.
Chief Deputy Hubbard took a dozen
prisoners to Muskogee last evening.
Deck Tittle being among the number.
Perry Brewer attended court here
as a witness last week and went home
to Fort Gibson and died the first of
Mrs. Bidwell the daughter of
Johu Matney is dangerously ill with
pneumonia and young John also has
It's the lot of mankind to suffer
from disease. We are on earth with
the medicines to cure them. People's
Reserved seats oik general admis-
sion 3oc on sale at postoffice look
store for the Bells Feb 9. -at Wor-
The sale of 'juru'' it is said has ac-
tually ceased in Yinita and for the
first time in twelve years. It is per-
haps only temporary.
Mrs. Myatt Mr. Trot. Morrison's
mother at the college has the grip
with pneumonia complications. Be-
ing advanced in years her case arouses
Judge Springer went to South Mc-
Alester last night and will hold court
there today and tomorrow will pre-
side at the Muskogee court and will
open court here again Saturday.
The National Hotel L. J. Fish
proprietor is located third door south
of United States court house on west
side of South Wilson street. First
class accommodation guaranteed.
wed 1 wk
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take laxative bromo quinine tab
lets. AH druggists refund money if
it fails to cure 25c. The genuine has
L. B Q. on each tablet w 8 may
The Hoy t Company Mascot.
A member of Hoyt's Oniiedy com-
pany who is not on the bill and yet
is entitled to his share of praise is the
mascot "Ted." Ted is a little dog a
cross between a Yorkshire and Scotch
terrier. He i-ame into this world
about a year ago inKe York and
was presented to Mr. Raymond by a
friend. For many days TeTs life was
despaired of and be enjoys the dis-
tinction of being raided on a i title.
Ted is oue of the most intelligent ca-
uines on earth. He considers it bis
duty to each night. just before the
curtain is rung up to ee that all the
actors are on hat.d. lie will goto
each dressing room and beg to be ad-
mitted and then smell around look
wise and go back to h!s m.i-icr's trunk
in which he always lie- while the
play is in progress. Should all the
actors be in their places Ted jump up
in the trunk well satisfied. Should
anyone be ab-eut he becomes worse
than a manager on a tirt-night and
does his best to explain in logulogy"
to his master that all Is r.ot well. He
goes with the bill boys and bell- dis-
tribute the bill? and will bark iti front
ofaduoruntil someone shows up to
take the bill from the boy. He cau
let one know when he wants a drink
or is hungry besides doing numerous
other trick. Ted is the pride the
pet and the mascot of the coti:pa;y
and a hundred dollars coal cash would
not buy him.
An Attempt that Failed.
An ineffectual attempt at iuairi-
mony wa made today the parties
being O. II. Baker of Welch and MSs
Bertha Ohlson of Afton. Y. ap-
plying for a marriage licen-e Mr.
Baker let drop the information that
the lady was but 17. As be b;. 1 neg-
lected to secure evidence of the eon-
sent of the father olie Obl-
sou. and as that gu!le:nan
was not present. ClerK An-
derson declined to issu'i tl.e li.vi.-e.
With the thermometer down ab"ia
zero it was a pretty cool thing to d-
but Mr. Anderson-the heartless
thing told the young man he must
go back to Afton and sec: re evidence
of parental consent.
The second concert given by "'i'l.e
Mendelssohn Club" under the direc-
tion of Mr. Burbank was a u.w.
The soloist of the evening was Mr.
D. W. Pitts. IIi rendition of S:ir;;
ate's. "Faust Fantasie' even sur-
passed the expectation of the audi-
ence: tuere was not a point o! i:.t?rer
or beauty in the work t hit w;e !..:
brought to the notice of the i:;Mi-
plainly. His careful work was w .riiiiy
applauded and he re-ponded with ti.e
enjoyable encore number. Wiea :::w-
ski's Legende." Birmingham. (Ala.)
Age. at Worcester aca icmy chape!
Tbursdav. Feb. 9.
Capes an6 Gloahs. j
There are a few left and the j
prices have been greatly re- t
ducedat & i
Has on display a beautiful lot ff
We have just gotti n 411110 a lai'gv
. EMBROIDERIES AND LflCES
The Big Hat
Was cun-picuousiy a'o-enl inui Ihe
opera house last evening. Thank.
girl: you're just too sweet for any use.
Our neck is improving and with the
lilierai use of DeWitl's witch hazel
salve we think it will soon be ail
right again. So after all. there is no
serious harm done. Fuktcxate.
YOU CAN TELL
A chicken's age by the
.teeth your teeth not the j
( chickens. That's if your
teeth are in good condition; j
t if not have them cleaned i
I the cavities filled and the ;
old roots crowned. Cleanli- 5
ness is next toGodiiness and j
he who expects to wear a 85 :
gold crown here or hereafter !
should beed this warning:
you do not waste money on j
your teeth if the work is j
done right; il not you soon
know it and so does everyone
else; work speaks tor itself. I
Call at my effice and I will j
give you a book on the care I
of the teetb and the names j
cf 800 people in Yinita and j
surrounding country. They 1
will testify to the work I j
turn out. Most of these
people you know; they were
all strangers to me before
they came to my office. They
innlnilil initffad mini.lAD i
IUUUUQ iuucfc .......... . .
I doctor and lawyers.
W.J. IRVINE D.D.S.
Office Boom 44 and 45. Western Hotel.
C. H. TAYLOR & CO.
Collection and Real Es-
tate agents. Will sell rent
or exchange farms and
Which will be ready for insjn itiuii
tomorrow. We have a beautiful line
of Underskirts and Xipht Gown.
Call tomorrow and sec these .d.
J. C. GRAY.
SabMes an6 Ifoarnese
Made and repaired livery
thinj in first-class style. A
Good quality of Goods car-
ry the day. You can always
find this true if ou look at
J. V. Martin's stock east of
the Katy track. Call on us
when in town and be con
Cook's Book Store
1HAS. W.DAY D. D. S.
DR. C. D. MEREDITH
Gold crown and bridge work
A SiiecUlt jr.
Office over First Kf Bask.-V1SITA. I. T
pORTNER & BAOBT
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
VINITA C. N.
Office over First National Bank
iiooms i z mu J.
Typhoid fever and all kindred ailmensti
prevented and cured by the use Begg'tj
Little Giant Pills. We keep them l'eo-i
pit a drag store.
Vetinary Phyiscian Surgeon
Also vaccinal calres for prevention
black-leg. I'rrmauenUy located. Vinl!
Inillua T.rrlw nit i
If You Are Particular....!
Want a good shave or Done tbe
plaoa to go is Wtu. II. Martiu's
Palace Barter Shoi
OUT Opposite Post Offiec
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 111, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 8, 1899, newspaper, February 8, 1899; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773234/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.