The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 130, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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I wish to inform my friends
that I have control of the
Singer sewing machine and
will be glad to receive a call
anyone thinking of buying a
machine. The notes and
accounts of the Singer Co.
have been turned over to me
and those wishing to make
payments can pay or send
same to me and get their
Fair tonight and Friday.
T. A. Chandler is in St. Louis.
The hens are threatening to set.
Lib Scott left lat night for Colora-
do. Sam Zeno is in from Spavinaw to-
day. Work on the new bouses is going
No one can be found to complain of
Time to start tbe tomato and other
Prof. W. E. Rowscy went to Musko-
gee last evening.
Judge Don-Carlos went east on the
Frisco last night.
There are not so many ducks as you
leard there were.
Oats are selling at 35 cents at the
feed stores today.
Good work horse and pbaeton for
sale. Apply here.
Miss Jennie Martin went to Clare-
more this morning.-
Kev. C. M. Cgppedgs came in from
the south this morning.
Any quantity of chattel mortgages
now on hand at this office.
Finetolleispecialties the ladles will
find at People's Drug Store.
Daye McNairn. has been quite sick
for two days but is out today.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Emmet Ilea this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Strange came In
from Chelsea yesterday evening.
Marbles is now the the ganie-with
"la-lo" for an evening bill of fare.
Will be here all summer but not at
present rates. Cab. $1 doz. Photo car.
The Shakespeare club meets with
Miss Ethel Gooaykoontz this evening.
Team waeon and harness for sale
cheap. Enquire at this office d&wtf
J. II. Bartell of the O. K. Meat
market.is in Coffeyville thisafternoon.
Bfter tbe Storm
Now that old Boreas has had his blowout
and has sobered up we shall enjoy the spring
weather all the more and so will the house-
wife. Soon will come the time that the wife
delights in and the husband dreads house
We are prepared to supply all demands.
Chairs are alwavs in demand at such times:
and we'll say nothing else about the good bargains we
have to offer you save this come and see for your-
self; we'll abide by what you decide.
JE lib fUbfno Jfurniture o.
flh?D yoii intent Ibe b?sl....
come to Burn's and order the White: We
keep a full line of needles for all machines
even the Thimble.
Cyrano watch chains latest out. Also
a full line of clocks pocket knives and
' razors. ' .
. Fine cigars and summer drinks.
Nineteen emigrant wagons passed
through the city this morning going
. Judge Springer goes out every noon
in good weather for horseback exer-
J. II. Arter left this morning for
his ranch about six miles north of
The Eastern Star will serve refresh-
ments tonight after Initiatory cere-
monies. Found A bunch of seven keys.
Owner can have same by calling at
Tbe Drive Whist club is having a
meeting this afternoon with Miss
A new consignment of Singer sew
ing machines arrived at the Singer
The telephone service Is to be ex-
tended so that everybody who wishes
can have one.
The Episcopal folks have received
today a good number of prayer books
Walter Fears Judge Springer's
stenographer came up from Musko-
gee this morning.
There is a strong demand for low
priced dwellings such as would rent
for about $5 a month.
Mrs. Belle Burris left this morning
for Mineral Springs Kan. to visit her
father who is very ilL
Mrs. C. L. Ilarnage will be in from
Talala this evening to visit her moth-
er Mrs. Joseph Hunt.
A mule buyer from Oswego will beat
W. G. Williamson's barn Saturday to
buy a lot of good mules.
Beginning with tomorrow night the
Daughters of Rebekah will meet once
a week every Friday night.
A. L. Churchill leaves Saturday
night on bis second trip to tbe mar-
ket at St. Louis to buy goods.
We have the drugs and the time to
put up every prescription written in
the town. Foreman's Pharmacy.
Mrs. Amos received two fine bull
cochin roosters as a present from her
father-in-law t Freeport 111. yester-
day. A dog that showed signs of hydro-
phobia was killed yesterday evening
iu tbe neighborhood of the A. M. E.
Strictly pure; those are the only
kind of drugs we sell the only kind
any druggist ought to sell. Foreman's
Dr. Wells Geo. Beatty Postmaster
Dibblls Dr. Crawford T. S. Remsen
and Birt Hampton all came In from
Mrs. Carllo. mother of Rev. Carlin
formerly pastor of the Baptist church
here came In this morning en nute
for Aurora Mo. '
Found Monogram watch charm or
bangle; this office. Parties describing
property and paying for this notice
can have same.
Miss Hattle Franklin came home
this morning from Peirce City where
she has been visiting the family of
A new brick blok on the cor-
ner opposite Badgett's t the west
would rent readily the store rooms
Miss Willie Skinner leaves this
evening for her home at Adair after
a three weeks visit with relatives and
friends in the city.
B. F. Fenk has taken a contract to
build a culvert at the muddy draw on
the east side of the track south of
tbe Katy stock yards.
Charlie Poofe G. A. Uawsdn and
perhaps others will be in from Chel-
sea this evening to attend the meet-
ing of the Eastern Star.
This office finds itself short a copy
of "Sequoyah the Modern Cadmus."
Please look through your books and if
you flud it kindly return.
This is the time of the year when
nearly every family wants some favor-
ite receipt tilled for roan or beast.
Bring to People's Drug Store.
. Mrs. A. E. Ball and son Carl of
Wagoner who have been visiting her
sister Mrs. J. J. Cloughley.leavess to-
day for Joplin for a few days visit.
Dr. Fortner was called to Sapulpa
on professional business this morning
and will stop off at Clareniore to see a
patient on bis return" this .afternoon.
If you want good laundry work
done telephone number eight or take
your package to the Excelsior steam
laundry. Low prices good work and
quick delivery guaranteed.
C. P.Howard and family of Des
Moines Iowa have decided to locate
In Vinita and have taken possession
of the Thompson hotel east of the
Six O'clock Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bartett gave a six
o'clock dinner yesterday. Among
those present were Dr. and Mrs. Fort-
ner Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Halsell and
Mrs. W. G. Nelms.
Lewis Muldrow says these warm
days remind him that It is about time
to go fishing but that be thinks a
heap more about work and is longing
for a good hard job of real work.
The Odd Fellows of this city are
going to decorate their lodge room
with life-size portraits of the charter
members and also of the past grands
as soon as all the photographs can be
G. W. Miller was in Aftou yester-
day and said that a dozen hay men
were waiting anxiously for cars to
ship hay in. The case Is the same in
Vinita and we understand there is a
scarcity of cars all over this vicinity.
For Medical Treatment.
Rev. Leonard P. Davidson a Pres-
byterian minister from Tulsa arrived
yesterday evening with his wife who
is in poor health and will be placed
for treatment withDrs. Fortner &
Another Red Wagon.
The Jumbo gave an order yesterday
to Joseph Hunt for a Jumbo wagon.
The order was given to the Spring-
field Wagon Co. with instructions to
make as good a wagon as they could
To Bridge Cabin. '
A subscription was started this af-
ternoon to build a bridge over Big
Cabin west of town. Jim Tittle head-
ed tbe list with 15 and J. J. Spencer
followed with $2.50. The probable
cost Is estimated to be about 11000.
Cobb McNairn and Walter Cornat-
zer went over on Grand river Tues-
day. While driving along the road
their team became frightened and
ran away. The boys kept their seats
and finally stopped the team. Tbe
buggy was somewhat damaged.
The ladies' missionary society of
the Presbyterian church met at Al-
drlch cottage this afternoon. A large
attendance . was present and a very
interesting meeting was had. A
number of visitors were present and
refreshments were served.
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I The Inside of
Cl SllOO B B
is rometimes deceptive. We let your
taste select the outside and we guar- j
. antee the inside. This is why Rat- j
; cliff's Foot form shoes cave gained j
sucti a reputation in past years. -
We are Showing on
our Job Counter
300 pairs of shoes former $4.00 $3.?o
and $3.00. Your choice for ten days
at $2.50. We arealso showing in
our window the
Seltz Top Notch
and we have
Get Shoes that are
Any shoe will give a certain amount
of wear and
E. N. Ratcliff j
I riercantile Co. j
f .-a the latest style
-8.w gabbles anb
-si.j.cj iivtv KVvv j
at J. W. Martin's. It will pay you to examine his stock
before buying elsewhere. The very best you have in iT
mind at J. W. Martin's you will always find.
Best turnouts in the city. Horses boarded by
we.eic nr mnntn at
call. Near U. S.
cut a pair of them open fe. y
shoe on the market for $1.50. Ex-
amine them and you will soon be
convinced of their superiority.
possibly a little satisfac
tion but this is not what the average
shoe buyer is seeking. Usually a
man wants all the wear and satisfac-
tion out of an article that can possibly
be got. Such you will find in our
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- W. flARTIN.
W. B. RAINES'
-'has frond riVs at all time;.
mennoh u ritc f.r
courthouse. Phone 24.
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