The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 253, Ed. 1 Monday, July 24, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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ill ; CLEANSES THE LIVES AND BOWELS
aid romms tex itjtm to
CHAPMAN & BRIGGS Special Agents.
Our business shows people are finding out we are pushing to the
FRONT with the best of goods THE VERY BEST goods that
last and at a price the people can afford to pay. We are sav-
ing many persons many dollars we'll do the same by you.
Finest line of buggies harness whips fly nets lap robes in the
.city. Come and see.
LEE BARRETT Vinita.
Oliytn BAQBY. Pru.
i. t . HULL.
Opit&l $100000. Surplus $16000.
First National Bank
B. F. Fortner
E. B. Frayser
E. N. Ratcllff
M. E. Mllford
W. H. Kornegay
W. A. Craham
J. O. Hall
W. E. HsIseH
Q. W Clark.
W. b. KAIINCS
I CAN HELP YOU.
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Phone 16.
VINITA nAT STORE
P.M. HARMON Prop.
including Beef Pork Mutton.
Fresh. Fruits and Vegetables in
ta i p;ir ..Aiir rwAor with
us for a Sunday Dinner. Fresh
All kinds of produce wanted. '
Hides Etc. V . '
ksbt mvAonro mum.
W.P. PHILLIPS Cathit r
.Vinita Irjd. Ter.
Does & 5af Gerjeral BarjKioc
Was the first Natiouz.1 BarjK
Chartered io tr? CberoKe
Satioo ar4 is the Sibral-
u tar arnoov tb B&pKs of
Tba loiap Te-r!torv.
Any time you're in a hurry for a
good rig with or without a driver and
wb will send it to vou Dromntlv. We'll
. . 1 I V
send you a dirty looking outfit that
you don't want but a clean neat rig
that's good enough for any use.
Cab to meet all night trains. Leave
orders with us. v
Bread and Cake every day.
Highest price paid for Eggs
Pbont No. 43.
Miss Jaule Hall U much better.. .
Mrs. Ed MIDer Is on the Hick llst.
Mrs. G W. FrankJIn In reported
quite 111. " 1
The Boston painless demist have
come to town.
Tom BufflriKton went to Tahlequah
Jftss Corn Blackmer If Ciareraore
is visiting In the city.
Summer lap robes fly nets and dus-
ters at Lee Barrett's.
Strangers are noticed on the streets
and In the stores every day.
Those lap robes at Lee Barrett's are
beauties. Go and see them.
Miss Itoxle Spencer returned from
Wbiteoak Saturday evening.
Our cigar case is the popular one of
the city. People's Drug Store.'
The Daily Chieftain Is proud of the
rapid Increase in its ciiculation.
If you want fresh drugs buy them
of a 20th century drug store: Peoples.
For a week the street sprinkler
man's services have not been required.
First class shoemaker with all
kinds of repairing done. Lee Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson re-
turned this morning from Southwest
Red Cross Ball Blue delights the
laundress. Large packages only 5
cents. Aug 16
The late rains have emphasized the
need of some drainage system and a
Copies of the Vinita ordinance hook
can be obtained at this office; price
B. I. Blakeney went east last even-
ing In the interest of his packing
Mr. Churchill was glad this morn-
ing to announce that has little girl
Ladies who take pride in -beautiful
clear white clothes should use Bed
Cross Ball Blue. Aug IB
Mrs. J. M. B. Fowler and the chil-
dren returned last night from their
visit at Oliiremore.
AH the best chill tonics and hot
weather medicines at the ever popular
People's Drug Store.
Rut h Parks of Tahlequah visited
with little Sadie Thompson Saturday
and is now visiting at Afton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Strange came in
from Chelsea on last evening's train
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond.
J. II. Clawson formerly editor of
the Chelsea Reporter passed through
last evening on the east bound train.
The new dormitory will be about
40x50 feet square and two stories
high and work will begin upon it
Miss Josie Duncan of Tahlequah
visited in Vinita last week leaving
Saturday evening to visit her sister
Mrs. F. M. Crowell of Afton.
He eats heartily in the hottest
weather who uses Prickly Ash Bitters
It keeps his liver stomach and bow-
els in perfect order. Sold by Chap-
man & Briggs.
"Rough Rider'' "Vinita Flyer"
"Smoke" and "Catchey" are four
brands of cigars made in our city by
Wru. McCowan. lie has bought prop-
erty here and deserves encouragement.
If your brain won't work right and
you miss the snap vim and energy
that was once yours you should take
Prickly Ash Bitters It cleanses the
system and invigorates both body and
brain. Sold by Chapman & Briggs.
If vou want to buy. sell or exchange any
thing hire help rent property secure a
situation or get married low or find any-
thing you cud profitable use tills colunjn.
Price: 24 cent a line foe each insertion no
transaction lor less than lu cents. .
A house and lot near the roller
mllis for sale.
A two room house east of mill to
rent $3 a month; cash in advance.
A house and four or Ave lots east of
the roller mills for sale; price (500.
A house and lot in the southeast
part of town for sale rents for 16 a
month. Will take $400 tor It. '.
Good pasture with plenty of grasr.
water and shade adjoining town
Terms $1.00 a month In advance.
Fob Salb. -Large convenient
house eight rooms "across from Fris
co depot.1 Price reasonable. Apply
at this office.
For sale a lot 15u by 300 feet with
1 room house good barn moke bouse
and other buildings and good fenced
garden. A bargain for some one
wanting property in Vinita. irice
A Country Baled by Women.
The feminine element in ' pro-
testing America that longs ' for
equal suffrage might gain their
desires by emigrating across the
seas to the little country hemmed
in by the Alps. i
A whole town in the Swiss
mountains has suddenly come
under jetticoat government. This
is in the canton Tieino where
itern necessity required that the
women should be allowed to vote.
So many of the men had emi
grated to seek for work that the
municipality was without voters
and could not make laws and
The commune of Melano hav
ing especially suffered from the
dearth of men and all parish bus
iness having come to a standstill
the parish council has decreed
that during the months of spring
and summer the emancipation of
the women has become a neces
sity for the discharge of public
business; that therefore in de
fault of deputies of the male sex
each member of re parish coun-
cil may be represented by a wo
man member of his own house
hold the women having the same
right to vote as belonged to the
duly elected but mainly absentee
council of males.
In consequence of this measure
the commune of Melano is at
present administered by a coun-
cil of wives and mothers assisted
by a frw aged men and invalids
who are stated to form the op-
position. The) liberal pres of Ti-
cino approves this new form of
government while the Catholic
organs are strongly opposed to it.
The Growth of Xew Tort.
It estimated that New York
will have a population of 400(1-
000 within less than five years.
The statistics show that in addi-
tion to the enormous iminlgra-
gra'L.n to New York there were
duri-ig i'-c hist quarter 15000
dea'.lis and 18.000 births- The
population is being increased by
more than 1000 a week. The ta-
bles show an increase in the
number of births among the for-
eign born as compared with na
tive born population. Among 12-
000 births reported for a quarter
recently only 3000 or 25 per cent
were of native-born parents and
75 jer cent -were children either
of foreign-born parents or hav-
ing one foreign-born parent.
Muriate of Potash.
Where potash only is required
it its much cheaper to purchase it
in the form of muriate which
will yield fifty ier cent of potash
than in the kainit or German
potash salts which have only
from ten to fifteen per cent of
this mineral. Wood ashes con-
tain potash in varying degree
that from fruit trees in bearing
sometimes having as much pot-
ash as six or seven per cent. But
the wood ashes also contain
some lime and r.ome phosphate
which make them more an all-
around manure than the potash
taken from natural deposits can
And Then Camo the Deluge.
Mrs. Anderson: There'B one
thing I want to say to you. John
Mr. Anderson: Only one I'm
In luck tonight. Generally yon
have a dozen. Louisville Jour-
A Hero in His Way.
Brown: Jones has a great deal
of moral courage-
Jenkins: Has he?
Brown : Yes. The other night
his wife thought there was a bur-
glar in the bouse and Jones own-
ed up that he ..would rather not
meet ttat bunrlar. fuck.
farmer' ynnnstocK think ft mn'tha
lock he la so proud of. But at a matter of
fact the stock owns him.
I. Me is the humble
after them better than he look after him-
self and feeds them before he feed him
self. That is why
it so often happens
that just about the
time that Parmer
reached the place
where he can take
things easy he
No class of peo-
ple have been more
tive of the tonic
properties of Dr.
than farmers and
stock raisers. They
have found it pre-
vents as well as
cures disease. It
keeps the stomach
in healthy opera-
tion stimulates the
organs of digestion and nutrition and in-
creases the secretions of the blood-making
glands. The use of " Golden Medical Dis-
covery " at seasons when the strain of work
is greatest keeps the system in perfect
working order and prevents the break
down which comes from over drafts on
' I used ten bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and several visls of his
Pleasant Pellets ' s year ago this spring and
have had no trouble with indigestion since."
writes Mr. W. T. Thompson of Townsend
Broadwater Co. Montana. "Words fail to tell
how thaakful I am for the relief as I had suf
fered so much and it seemed that the doctors
could do me no good. I got down in weight to
i nounds. and was not able to work at all.
Now I weigh nearly 160 and can do a day's work
on the farm. I have recommended your medi-
cines to several and shall always havea good
word to say lor Dr. Pierce ana nis medicines."
- Golden Medical Discovery "contains)
no alcohol whisky or other intoxicant.
A single item of medical knowledge
when life is at stake has a value past
computation. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Aaviser nas 100s pages 01 price-
less paragraphs. This great work is sent
absolutely free on receipt of stamps to pay
expense ol mailing only. oena 21 one-
cent stamps for paper-bound edition or 31
stamps for edition in cloth. Address Da.
K. V. Pierce Buttalo N. Y.
This is my tenth year in Vi-
nita photographing the peo-
ple. 1 keep constantly io view
that the people want the bet
and most permanent; and
such phots are the kind 1 try
to make. I can make pictures
as cheap as you can get first-
class permanent wofk in this .
part of the country. Can fit
you out with enlarged pictur-
es cheaper than you can get
them anywhere. . Come and
and see for yourself. A Ibx20
crayon for $1.50.
Vf. J. Tyg?
Bills carefully posted or distribted
Bush & Gerts' Piano $
Singer Sew'g Machine
Cash or Easy
J Monthly Payments.
A. M. BROCK. I
Lots sold on commis-
sion. Can buy or sell
improved or unimprov-
ed property in Vinita
and save you money.
Can find purchasers for
those who have
Can find desirable pro-
perty for those who
- want to purchase. In
short we bring buyer
and seller together. .If
you have property to
sell or want to uy
Vinita Real Estate
V :d ina. Tt
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 253, Ed. 1 Monday, July 24, 1899, newspaper, July 24, 1899; Vinita, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773333/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.