The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1900 Page: 3 of 4

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Pays fur
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Sewing riachlne.
A.M. Brock flgf.
WANTS.
Wnnt ml a not to exeoed five line will be
Inserted In thin column nt Hie rule of two
lnat-rtlims for 10 emit or on. week (d (liijrit)
for 3 cum. If you wnnt to buy or sell or
trmlu. or hitvo (nt or found any tiling neod
bolp or witut work It will puy you to use
column.
Two houses and lots for salo on the eiutt
side at a burnuin; iipply here.
A colored girl to do home work wan led;
enquire htiro.
Ilouso to rtut; apply hero.
Ulrl wanted; see Mrs. W. 0. Patterson.
Nurse girl not under 15 years old wanted
In small diuilly. Good wukus will be paid
to the right sort of girl.
The Vinita photo enr Is now for sale rent
or louse j see J. H. B. Fowler.
Lost gold dollar pin dated 31; suitable
rewurd. Kulili Green. mlw
A ten dollar bill was lost on the street
about Friday night. Finder will please
leave the same at this office and get reward.
Lost near or in ths M.K. church a small
gray pink lined collarette. Finder will
jjleuse report to this office. Seward.
Lost pocket book A small red-leather
purse co i tabling two fA bills and 1 bill; re-
turn tot 's office and get reward. lw
A resident lot 110 by ISO feet In block west
of E. N. Katcllff's residence; price ISO.
If your paper is not delivered regu-
ularly make complaint promptly by
'phone or otherwise to this office.
We will esteem it a favor and will
try to insure better service.
Buggies for f45 at Lee Barrett's.
Saddles for $2.50 at Lee Barrett's.
All the latest in furniture at Ming's.
Miss Byrd Ironside will go to Welch
tomorrow.
See those ak rockers at Ming's for
S100.
First-class shoemaker at Lee Har-
rett's. The bojs did not tear up the town
much last night.
Harness $28 all hand made at Lee
Barrett's.
Have your teeth tilled at Griffith's
jn the Hill building.
Claude Shelton went to Claremore
pn the belated Frisco today.
For sale-uur frame building 20x40.
Vlnlta Plow Company.
Those mantle folding bed at Mings
are just what you need
W. P. Mayes and Simpson Melton
of Grove were here today.
Have you seen that picture molding
at the Ming furniture store?
See those new side boards at Ming's.
They are just what you need.
Mrs. Frlti Ellis and children left
.today for Texas to remain for the win-
der. See our window of pictures; they
are chpn at Ming Furniture Co
Sufferers with malaria will find
Collins aue cure an unfailing remedy.
Mrs. Ellis and children left for San
Angelo Texas today to remain.
All kinds of tin work roofing and
Repairing dune at Bruce Cameron's
jtln shop.
All kinds of vegetables and fruits
and the nicest meats In town at Vlnl-
ta meat store.
A good sized trunk was perchcl
atop of Steve Hill's barber pole this
morning.
A wagon came uncoupled Id Bull
creek at noon ye8ierday and came oear
going down stream.
John Oskibon received t train of
cattle this morning from Texas over
"the "Katy."
Sore eyes. Dr. Jackson's Iadian eye
salve a certain cure for weak and In-
amed sure eyes. Price 2.x;. dw
All the streams have been up.
Ttanis coning luto town today are
ct half-fide.
Send 4c for The Daily Chieftain
and keep ported duiirg t!;e regular
f.eion of the Cherokee council.
Char Newman lt a ta!ual d"g
jeMonldy unlertte fci-f of a Fr;?co
frcU tr&in.
Out of Ice for the seasou. Miuiy
thanks for your liberal patronage und
will be on haud. early next spring. S.
J. Burns.
Mr. and Mn. U. M. Haltoin have a
nice boy at tbelr home who made his
appearance Sunday.
Look out for malaria. It Is season-
able now. A few doses of Prickly Ash
bitters Is a sure preventive. Chap-
man & Brlggs. dw
Cleanse the liver and bowels snd
regulate the system by using Prickly
Ash Bitters. It creates and sustains
energy. Sold by Chapman & Brlggs.
Ads for the Dally Chieftain should
be sent In before noon on the day they
are expected to appear.
Irregular bowel movements lead to
chronic constipation. Prickly Ash
bitters is a reliable system regulator;
cures permanently. Sold by Chap-
man & Brlggs. dw
The entertainment last night at the
opera house was very good but was
not very well attended.
The kidneys are small but Import-
ant organs. They need help occasion-
ally. Prickly AsU bitters is a sue
cessful kidney tonic and systen reg-
ulator. Sold by Chapman & Brlggs.
G. W. Mayes returned from the St.
Louis cattle market this morning.
Ills steers brought $3.85.
Herblne sweetens the breath.bright-
ens the eyes and clears the complex-
ion without the sllghest 111 effects
whatever and Insures the natural
bloom of health. Price 50 cents.
Teople's drug store. dw
Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian
church tonight at which time a re-
port of the delegate to presbytery will
be made.
Collins ague cure is without doubt
the finest medicine it has ever been
our lot to come In contact with. In
addition to Its chill qualities It is the
finest liver medicine we have ever
taken. We know whereof we speak.
The telephone number of the Chief-
tain Is 44. Call - us up and give us
news items. This applies to ajacent
towns as well as Vinita.
White's cream vermifuge removes
moves the unhealthy tissue upon
which worms thrive; It brings and
quickly a healthy condition of the
body where worms cannot exist.
Price 25 cents. Peoples drug
store. dw
Charley Hartman's jewelry sign
was transferred from the front of the
Foreman drug store and hung up at
the First National bank.
Many people are suffering fearfully
from indigestion or dyspepsia when
one single bottle of Herblne would
bring about a prompt and premanent
cure. A few doses will do more for a
weak stomach than a prolonged course
of any other medicine. Price 50cents.
People's drug store. dw
A. L. Churchlil has resigned his
position with the Jumbo store begin-
lng Nov. 1st. W. T. Wade succeeding
him as manager of the business.
For all fresh cuts or wounds either
on the human subject or on animals
Ballard's snow liniment is excellent;
while for corn-busker's sprained
wrists barbed-wire cuts and sores on
working horses it cannot be too high-
ly commended. Price 25 and 50 cents.
People's drug store dw
Frank Little had cattle on the St.
Louis market yesterday. His 711-
pound cows brought 13.00; 979-pound
steers $3.50 and 900-pound steers $!.
55.
The key to health is in the kidneys
and liver. Keep these organs active
and you have health strength and
cheerful spirits. Prickly Ash Bitters
Is a stimulant for the kidneys regu-
lates the liver stomach and bowels.
A golden household remedy. For
sale by Chapman & Brlggs. d w
John Kimberlln traveling for the
Esty piano company spent yesterday
arid today in Vinita. He is collect-
ing on pianos that were sold on the
strip.
Nothing so thoroughly removes the
malarial germ from the system as
Prickly Ash bitters. It gives life and
action to the torpid liver strengthens
and asibts the kidneys to properly
cleans the blood gives tone to the
stomach purifies tbe bowels and pro-
motes good appetite vigor and cheer-
fulness.Sold by Chapraan.lBripgs.dw
Mrs. George Blakency Mr. and Mrs.
Ox Mr J. C. Anderson and perhaps
others are going out for a three day's
camp Bear where tbe stomp dance is
going cn.
Asthma. Sure cure Crosby's Sued-
ii-h asthma reme-Jy. Trial package
mai'd free. CIIgs Eros. Meiicioe
Co. St. LouK dw
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Fall and Winter Styles Wow Ready !
Beautiful Ideas.
New Creations.
Perfect Fitting.
All Seams Allowed.
E.N. Ratcliff Mercantile Co.
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Ladies who take pride in clear
white clothes should use Red Cross
ball blue. Refuse Imitations dw
Halloween has passed and nothing
of a serious nature has been reported.
Tearing up the town and injuring
property Is foolish and expensive and
we hope it has been discontinued in
Vinita.
There is probably no disease more
distressing and annoying than piles.
Tabler's buckeye pile ointment Is
dally curing cases of years standing of
Inching and bleeding piles. The cure
begins on the first application a little
perseverance makes the cure com-
plete. Price 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes 75 cents. People's drug
store. dw
Faulkner-Foreman.
David J. Faulkner of Hanson and
Miss Jennie Foreman of near Clare-
more were married yesterday. The
bride is a niece of our townsman Dr.
A. W. Foreman and Is a graduate of
the female seminary at Tahlequah.
The groom Is a member of the nation-
al council.
Astray bugify is reposing in a bottom-up
posloion on south Vann street.
CLOCKS!
A clock should be MORE than a timekeeper.
It should combine BEAUTY and ATTRACT-
IVENESS with accurate timekeeping. I have
not a clock but what looks well and keeps
good time. When you want a good clock call
and see what I have.
Every Clock Guaranteed.
Fine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
Motto -.Not the cheapest but the BEST work at
all times.
AUGUST SCHLIECKER
Jeweler and Optician
DISCOVERY
KEEPS jf?58!
YOUR IW!!!
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STOMACH V;
Purity to tht y -
BLOOD -
Ufi to the LL'SGS. YC
Milne's Arithmetic
Ray's Arithmetic
McGuffey's Readers
Franklin's Readers
Baldwin's Readers.
Everything for
Town and Country Schools.
Grace Patterson.
You Know Better
But there are some peo-
ple who don't.
Some don't knowwhere
to get good rigs.
BUT YOU TRY
GUNTER'S : Livery : Stable
And you will be satisfied he is the best.
Photographs....
FOWLER.
Legal Blanks.
The Chieftain
Has moved to South Wilson street jus rhattl mnhgt. per do
south of U. S. court houe. 'i hrr.ke iH. '
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perniRnent photos photo buttons.
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