The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 150, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 30, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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COMMENCING MONDAY APRIL 4
SgW oods-Brig'g's Co.
Presenting Popular Plays at
Special Scenery Polite Vaudeville
Band and Orchestra
HKK-iHM AK I.VU --Ao uji-tn-diiU dress-
inler. will iruiiruntee all wort;; H perfeel
(jt Aiily ' !' Mlllei . South (Smith nt.
near J. M- Jones'. ;W-liI
All. HUl'KiNUTUN will rleitn your bonne
ami lay your carpm. Leave orders lit
smiley firatluiiuer'it furniture store.
1VA.MKII-Plain sewlnir. Aim. Mlnshall.
iv a v I l'l!MiiNRtft!r for branch office we
trluli to locate lore In Vlnlta. AnUress with
r-ferenees. Morris Wholesale House frn
(11. iiiiuer. "'"
V WAN 1F.D-A Jersey bull. App'y lo W P.
lit It KhST 1-JJ acres of land 91 In cultl-
vatlon. A ImrKtia. Km S. J. Ilurui. Hij-1
fUU HALK A reentered black a(trtle
stallion comma' J yearn old peiilrre fur-
DM.ed on appl Icatlon. L. WALLKU. Mil.
1 X. 12 miles ..irlu Of Vlult. H.-1M
Kouma for runt furolahud or unfurnlshod
wHIi or without board. Annex Hutu!.
Mrs. J. H. Hodman. i ? M
WANTED A renter for b 8-room house
nd hif acre irnrdea. four Dollar month
Apply .bore. J4W-1M
Cows to lo mod mllli cows with
younK calves r rice .. a-n. Apply hern.
Fresh fish at Weir Pros. 1-9
Fresh Oysters any style Whitney's.
Corn beef lmnie made at Weir Pros.
0 ives in bulk at Weir Pros. 12'J
J. E. Titter is here from Ramona.
Fresh Oysters any style Whitne.v's
Fresh sauer kraut at Weir liros. V2U
Fresh Oysters any style Whitney's.
Fresii cabliage at Weir Pros. 132-t f
Ir. K. I!. Frazier went to Ft. Smith
Al' kinds seed potatoes. Zeno. 33-tf
Fre-ili Oysters any style Whitney's.
1 Piamlied cherries at Weir Pros. 12:i
Candies and nuts at Weir Pros. 121
J. I. Morning made a business trip
jj.'o Miami last night.
Fresh Oysters any style W hitney s.
Trumbull's .seed are g'od seed. Ed
Lee has a full line. UVtf
Tl.e small child of Mr. and Mrs Will
U't ir lias the measles.
All kinds of watch ami c! ock repair
ing di.i.e at Foreman's. Ps-tr
Garden wtds of all kiiuKat Weir
For fivsh garden seed of all kinds
go to .. no. -3-tf
See t he line of floor oil cloth at Fra-
J. M. Kcnickand Chas. S. Davis of
Neosho were hi Vinita this morning.
Ice cream at Silver Moon restau-
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at
i'eir Pros. 1-'
Now snd airain there i au itm in the
newepnpers cuicerning the birth ol a
nunv t.Sv so small that a quart cup
hoi U It OMiitorUMv. If the article told
all the f-M it would nrohably tew also
of a mother who iu weaWs and n.ist-ry
ha l l.K.ktsi forward to the baby's advent
with shrinking and fear.
To have Sue. healthy children the
mother must be Lcalthy and it is the
of mothers that the
use of Dr. Pierre's
tion not otilv pro-
motes the mother's
health but also
pvii hir strength
to give her child.
plishes these results
the nerve promot-
ing a healthy appe-
tite and civiiiL' re
freshing sleep. It increases physical
vig'ir and pives great muscuUr elasticity
o t!. it the habv's ad'-ent is practically
painless. It is'the best of tonics for
-I r'i.!!v rwnmrnr) rvrre's Favorite
V" ; " "w'rt. Mr. J. W.ti. Stephens.
rt!.nil-r!ai.l Co. V. 'ltfn tn
thirl !! l-'i wi l.rn I Nnilej. He
in ti l.n-t . hikl and has tn fr.n birth nnd
I u' f i very much lf tliml I ever (ll.i l-(nr.
i K.-i!-.!in;i 'v lvi exjieri.int mothers to
nr int - a 01 ite iTc-i. ni'tkia.' "
. t ...... futlv warranted
1 1 in ofTcritis- to pv J.vx. 111 legal monev
I J of the t nite i Suites for nnv case of
Le-.-ti'.e.i. l enn.ie vveaanev-. f
if or Filling of Womli whicb he cm-
' :oi cure. AU he aks is a fair and
li re.Vnable tri.il of lus means of cure.
isereintwimng looS. pages is sent fro
on receipt stain;.s to pay exjR-rse of
Wiling enh: Send ;. one..t I'impi
for lie c'.ol i-luiitl voimne. or f .y i
I.; (nr iite uv in t.arr covers.
'.'.r'ess Dr. K. V. Pierce Buddlo N. Y.
All kinds of salt fish at Zeno's. tf
Will Miles went to Joplin on the
"bob" t his afternoon.
Pumpkin Yam seed sweet potatoes
at Weir Pro's. ( 134-tf
A new baby is reported at the Iiome
of W. C. Wright today.
The Chieftain prints note heads at
$1.30 a thousand.
If you want good butter and fat
chickens go to F. G. Cowan. 5tf
The Vinita base ball team lias ar
ranged to play the Oranby Wo. team
at this place May 1st.
Hoes rakes and poultry netting at
Ed Lee's. 135-tf
The best evidence of spring is the
iniin of street fakirs and Vinita is
certainly not missing of the evidence.
The Chieftain print envelopes good
XXX ones at $a.oo a thousand.
Fresh garden and flower seeds at W
I Davenport's. dtf
The news for the new Presbyterian
church arc expected to arrive next
Watch and jewelry repairing at
Soda water and Ice cream at Peo
pies drug store. 14Mf
Full and fresh line of Trumbull
Garden seed at Ed Lee's. 135-tf
F. P. Hutchinson is expected to ar-
rive this evening to play baseball with
the local team this season.
Fine line of fruits and fresh grocer-
ies at Vinita Meat Store. 84-tf
The Chieftain will print your Job
I handle all kinds of feed. Give
me a trial K O. Cowan. 5tf
John Chanuke a fullblood Chero-
kee arrived from North Carolina to-
day enroute to Grove where lie has
Ueiiu's fivsh bulk kraut in great
(ltiantities at Garrison's. 130-tf
The Chieftain prints law brief at
65 cent a page
Let t uce onions raddishes and beets
at Weir Pros. 132-tf
Mrs. Geo. MeCulloch went to Kelso
tliis morning to assist 'the Sunday
si-hool at that i.laee with its Easter
Extra clean biuegrass sweet peas
red and white clover and Permuda
(rra-ss seed at Ed. Lee's.
ir. Essie Pondurant. physician and
surgeon. Phone I'-" r.mpire mock
Vinita. I. T.
Just received a or of S. P. Hour
the beat on ths market. L. P. Oar
Rev. L. C. Wolfe of the Haptist
church went to South McAlester on
today's flyer to attend the territo
Trv a sack of Our Choice flour; every
sack guaranteed to I as good as the
lu.u Zinn 33-t.f
Th tM'st meats tine pork sausage
veal and anything else iu the meat
line at Vinita Meat Store. iH-u
Just received a carload dI bran and
thorU mixed half and half. Send me
n.r nr.Vr and cet eood feed. L. P.
Ir. W. J. MckiUriek of St. Louis
will conduct the dedication services of
the new Presbyterian church Thurs
day evening Ap:il 1.
If you rant the best meats you will
find them at Zeno's. Ixith homegrown
.ji l.'mww ii v meats. Phone tf
New line of bottled pickles relish
horse radish catsup and olives at
Weir Pros'. l"-tf
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the
kidneys and bladder right. Contains
nothing injurious. At Peoples Drug
The Chieftain prints good 14-pound
ruled letter heads in the best of
atyle at $3.50 a thousand.
Horace Gray brought three prison-
ers to the jail from Tahlequah last
night who had leen sentenced in
Judge Gill's court.
Col. L. I!. Pell is of the opinion that
gas can be found at a reasonable depth
ta s.iili of town. In the art e-
. ol f i.-h
sian eu 11e.11 ins 10. e.
I jj is part owner there is a strong flow
j (lf n;lt ur;tl gas.
! The P.eV. F. K. Prooke. Lislsop or
; l)kl:l).onia alKj Indian Territory will
j Mondav cven-
- . - 1
' ns at 1:M o'clcck to adnmuster the
rjte pf coiilirmat ion. I'iV-HS
The fruit is not killed.
A. C. Patterson went to Chelsea to-
day. Lun1a.11 F. Parker jr. is in Wash-
Painter Walker is re-papering the
Silver Moon restaurant.
W7. L. Trott returned from Afton
on the Joplin t rain today.
Orrin Rider returned from Talile-
(juah over the Frisco today.
There is to be an advance iu freight
rates on all the railroads on April 1.
Farmers sav this is an unusually
dry spring and the oat crop is an es
W. H. Tarrant has gone to New
Mexico to build a ranch house on W.
E. Halsell's ranch.
Otto J. Lewie proprietor of the
New Gem restaurant left over the
Frisco Tuesday evening for a short
visit to Joplin and Kansas City.
A company of Xew York capitalists
headed by Geo. F. Sringfellow of
Harmon & Stringfellow are in the
city looking out for investments. This
firm has a quarter of a million dollars
invested in Joplin properties.
The Nashville Students and Prof.
P. G. Lowery's concert band enter-
tained a fair sized audience at the
opera house last night with a very
creditable program. The special feat-
ures were a cornet solo by the leader of
the band and the singing by Miss
Pearl Crawford the colored prima
Lewis Raloton Dead.
Lewis Ralston died yesterday at his
farm on 1 Iorse creek fifteen miles east
of town. He was an old settler In this
country and a successful farmer. In
terment will take place at the Horse
crees: cemetery near where deceased
RATS IN COLD STORAGE.
The rrraturr. Gradually Ilrcoine Ac-
riiKtnmrit to the Extremely
When cold storage was first intro-
diued into this country the chilly stor
age rooms were absolutely tree trom
rats and mice. The temperature was
PTit considerably below the freezing
Volet and !n the cold surroundings rats
nd mice were unable to live.
In time however says the Atlanta
:oastitution the rich stores packed
w?.y thtre proved too tempting for
thievinir rodents and they began to
ninlic inroads into tne com atoruee
r.ioms. at Gr.;! paying a hurried call
.nd as soon ai they had taUen a few
nibbles rushing with a shiver out into
Gradually however these visits
wfre lengthened and became more fre-
QM'Tit. not. without ronsiuerame mor
tality 'amor.? Ihe rats but in the ena
there ?rew into heins what is known
ns t!:e "cold storare rat." This ani-
m!!l has m ither tail nor ears both
bavins: bf-en frozen for his ancestors.
repulting in their total loss to the
families of the first intrepid pirates of
Tliese earless and tailless cold stor-
age rats are perfectly at home in a
temperature below the zero mark.
They thrive on wintry atmospheres
and very probably if they were driven
out Into the warmth of a heated room
they would suffer a great deal and per-
haps many would perish.
This. I thinl:. Is one of the most
striking examples Of how the animal
kingdom in tle wise economy' of na-
ture can adapt Itself to the most se-
Weill I nklnil.
"Yes" admitted the female who was
carrying weight for age. "I've seen 23
"Pardon me" said the brutal roan
"but how old were you when you be-
gan to see summers?" Cincinnati En-
quirer. ISot a Virtue.
The patience of those who sit down
and wait for a dead man's shoes is not
R. R. Announcements
VinPa's Time Tables
rsisco GOWNU WKST
'ln 4 t. Texus fcx
l:li n m
Trln 411 (ikUtii
Iruln Termiiil ...........
j . Texiu and Okla City...
r-' u 111. t.oe.ftl
t- UISCO GOING KAST
T'lk'O 41". Meteor Kansas City
Train 414 St . Louis
Triiln l. K!is!is City Aeeotn....
TlHlO 4IIS St. 1-Ouls
Tmln 44il. L.ocl
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11:40 a ni
il Mi a m
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To Oklahoma City ami Guthrie Is row
open. I'rnm Uns:is City the "lvaty" In
the b inn line 1 ruui t iih iihh. i
short Mne und from St. Lou's lacks but
a few miles of beinir the ni(t direct route
to this prt or OkHhnnin. The count -y
trsversetl Is one ot the best farnilnK ills-
trlrts In AmerlrH supportluir a number
of thriving towns wnieh will irrow In
tironilnenee raplJiy with Ihe advent of
the railroad. Here the prospective set-
tler and investor will finii au exceeding-
ly Men opBortunity.
For a eon.plete map i tiktalemi:. ana
Inillaii Te.rltory kiiU Interesting Infor-
G. T. A .M. K. ft T. Ky.
Katy nuildlnK. St. Louis Mo.
What becomes one may be decidedly unbecoming to another.
In selecting our stock of MILLINERY we tried to get enough
different styles in hats to suit everyone.
There is a hat here of some style to please every woman at
a perfectly satisfactory price.
Er. N. Ratcliff Mer. Co.
International Bank and
We Solicit Ce
Savings Deposits 0
3 Per Cent. Paid on Saving and Time Deposits
We h av safety deposit boxes to keep your valuable papers safe from fire or burglars.
Call and see our vaults. " -in
We also have an Abstract department equipped to show you just how your title stands.
J. W. ORR Manager.
Patronize home people. I. N. Wil-
liams buys his meat at home and
cnmuis his monev at home. He keeps
a nice line of all kinds of meats fish
and fat' chickens and they are an
bought here of our own farmers. Vi-
nita Meat Store. 8Mf
Meal tickets c?d for 21 meals at
Whitney's $3.50. 122-tf
and you should look
We are ready
usimibo Mercamtliie i
Si4l j0 . m. ted M -Utf w
. . Alike . .
" '" " uni miiwiaaaaiMiiii i
Hats will be shown you
with much pleasure.
111 a aTaalM "
OF VINITA IND. TER.
Business men and professional men ;
Clerks and book-keepers ;
Mechanics and laborers ;
Sewing girls and housekeepers ;
Married women and single women ;
Young people and children.
Do you want the best of flour at the
cheapest price? If so try "Dinner
Party" Rich and Rare" and 'Tndia-
nola." Every stick guaranteed by Rea
& Read Mill and Elevator Co. D. T.
Hall agent near Frisco depot.
I am prepared to supply all of Madam
Yale's remedies at my home. Mrs.
Will be on Display
our stock over before buying your
to serve you with the most artistic headwear
ever shown in Vinita. Notwithstanding- our su-
perior styles our prices will be found
IrL X Gr SI T
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W W Ifcfa
i wo Women
& aV WWW tf.V-tfWatti' mmt0
A. DAVIDSON Sec'y and Treas.
A. K. WILDER Cashier.
Congb Settled on Her Longs
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her lungs" says N.
Jackson of Danville 111. . "We tried
a groat many remedies without relief
until we gave her Foley's Honey and
Tar which cured her." Refuse substi-
tutes. For sale at People's Drug
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 150, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 30, 1904, newspaper, March 30, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773742/m1/3/: accessed May 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.