The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 150, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 30, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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THE ORPHAN HOWE.
Its House Cleaning Time
Is just as
J f- house as
J J brush and
NORTH PACIFIC COAST
Very Low Rates in Effect
March ist to April 30 '04
HANY ROUTES FROM WHICH
TO HAKE CHOICE
1) GEO. H. LEE G. P. &
Nf vJ Little Rock Ark.
Nc handle an up-to-date grocery line;
Excellent grades that are fresh and fine.
n staples the best teas coffees and spices
Reliable qualities popular prices.
Best brands of canned goods always on hand
Richest of goods for a first-class demand
Or vegetables nice and fruits of all kinds
The best on the market at Weir Bros.you'll find.
Here in our market are choicest of meats
Everyone's pleased with our good things to eat.
Right prices are here proving it true-
Spending money at Weir Bros saves money
Phone 164 2 Doors North Court House
The Most Direct
Route from either north
or south to the Famous
Health R e s ort and
mm 1. 1
is via the
Descriptive literature concerning
this delightful resort furnisher!
upon appication to
Passenger Traffic Lepartment
for the cleaning of the
time of all times to us all.
much a part of cleaning
soaping and scrubbing.
come to spots that soap
will not remove use the
put up in small cans for family use.
iniormation on request
T. A. I- S. McNALLY D. P. A.
Missouri Kansas &
M.'.K Texas Railway.
TIME OF TRAINS
Vinita I. T.
THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN
IN THE NORTH
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND.
Jo. 2 Express 1all: 12:18 . ra
No. "Katy Flyer'' strps at
Import an' 7 nts only .. dally :22 n.n.
No. t. Msh. ' d Expr-..da1!y S:4ra m
No. !W. Lrwl r'un. 12.01 p.n.
So. 1. ExpriM !'' ''' 4:1-1
No. 5. '"Kiity KlTfr." M-p-. sit
lm.i'tart po'o's iiy..fWr
N.. S. Mail an.! 5 ; rf --i. . il'y 7 T. p.m.
No. l.'c-vil 'A. r. 1.' fl
Some Interesting Item from that
Institution of Learning.
The sore-eyed pupils are diminish-
ing la number as spring approaches.
Mrs. tfallie Mayes called a few mo-
ments on Tuesday evening to see
some of her kindred.
Uncle Dave Whitaker left last night
for Chillocco where he will place one
of the Whitaker orphans in school.
II. liruce Garrett and wife attended
the sacred musical concert at the M.E.
church south last night and they re-
port a very interesting program.
Miss Belle Blake of Vinita came in
Tuesday morning as an employe of
the home. She will have charge of
culinary department. The lady comes
to us highly recommended.
Moses L. Alberty and wife have re-
signed their positions and will return
to their home at Chouteau. They
concluded that they would be better
satisfied at home where they can have
their pigs and chickens and can enjoy
that pure fresh air of home life. While
we are sofl'y to have them leave us af-
ter something over a year's faithful
work yet vks trust their move will be
attended with much peace and happi-
ness. If the school should remain here un-
til the end of this term there will be
only two months more to stay. When
that time comes for the pupils to have
a vacation it is expected that all who
can care for their .children for a few
months will come for them so there
will not be so many to move. Of
course there will be some who have
no place to go and would be better
off at the home. These will be cared
for as when school is in progress. It
is now believed that by remaining here
until the end of the term the school
can be moved with less cost and when
the vacation is over all can come to
the new orphanage and it will be
ready for the school in all its different
departments. Knowing the great-
heartedness of Mr. Whitaker we do
not feel that we are intruding too
much on his good nature to ask him
to bear with us a short time longer.
A Severe Cold for Three Months.
The following letter from A. J.
Nusbaum of Batesville Ind. tells its
own story. "I suffered for three
months with a severe cold. A drug-
gist prepared me some medicine and
a Dhvsician prescribed for me yet I
did not improve. I then tried Foley's
Honey and Tar and eight doses cured
me." Refuse substitutes. For sale
by People's Drug Store. dw
Resolution of Respect.
Whereas. God in His wisdom and
love has taken from our midst to her
eternal home our beloved sister Al-
Therefore Be it resolved:
First. That our Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society of Vinita. has lost
one of its most devoted members and
her family sustained the irreparable
ln nf a lnviriL' enmnanion and mother:
and although we mourn the loss of one
whose olaee cannot be filled we feel
that we can say with her "all is well"
and submit to the will of our Heavenly
Resolved second. That we extend
to the bereaved and broken-hearted
husband and other members of the
family our tenderest sympathy ana
pray that the loving Savior who binds
on the broken hearts and promises to
comfort those who mourn will be
with them in their crushing sorrow.
Resolved third. That u copy of these
resolutions be tendered the bereaved
family: be spread v. jaw the minutes of
this society and a copy be furnished
the newspapers of Vinita Indian Ter-
ritory and the Western Christian
Advocate for publication.
Mrs. C. L. McClvke
Mrs. W. T. Wade
Mrs. Lee Barrett
Dangers of Pneumonia
A cold at this time if neglected is
liable to cause pneumonia which is so
often fatal and even when the patient
has recovered the lungs are weakened
making them peculiarly susceptible to
the development of consumption. Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar will stop the
cough heal and strengthen the lungs
and prevent pneumonia. lor sale at
Peoples drug store. dw
Marriage License loaned.
J. T. Brooks-Lula M. Johnston
John Garland-Nora Byers Chelsea.
William L. Ilarlan-Lucinda Ballard
A. L. Maloney-Bessie A. Davis
A Physician Writes
'I am rk-sirious of knowing if the
profession can obtain Herhine in hulk
for prescribing purposes? It has been
iof great Use to me in treating cases of
clyspepia brought on by excels or
overwork. I have never known it to
fail in restoring the organs a:TetvI.
to their healthful activity." :. Lot-
t le at People's drig st ore. tivT
Fort Salk White Plymouth B :'k
o.K'kerels of the '.. B. FUht-l "rain.
.VI. !--: Mrs. Z. p;n:Thify. Virata.
1-. i. T. r. "'!?.: v
is now ready and
spring and summer wear
. j s
We Receive Subscriptions
Fashion Sheets FREE j ;1
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Herald and Presbyter
"The leading Psesbyterian
paper in the United States"
Subscription price $2.50 per
year sample Copies Free.
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422 Elm Street Cincinnati OhioE
Brick and Qran
done in the best possible style
and at reasonable prices. Those
having such work to let should
figure with me. Phone 34.
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
0. ST. LOUIS.
1 he St. Louis National
Located atEastSt. Loois. 111.
Directly opposite the clly of St. Lon!. iluy-
rs ror sll lieerrlption ol I.Itb swxrs lpys IB
U(otlsnce ml wlthlo the srnun.U of the
9 nek YaTils Is s B-f eaonln fimpsny wfi
s parity fr slsnentlrlne 3.' ii-a.l u. rstti
lily. snd Pork PsoHnn e8(t.i!.ntieois if
t cstsci'.y for lsabtnn 12..i nom dliT.
C. G. KKOX. Vice pr-
0. T. JONES Ge Mir.
L. W. rvRAKE. Ass t. Gen. Mgr.
iAMCFL HCNT. Gen.: AKent for TelU
nd lndln Terrttcr. i
Office at residence: Omgrt-gat ional-
Telephone NumUr ?.'.
We cure Khemnat ism. Coiit ipat ion
Paralvsis Malaria. Iial'es diseavs
of tl.'e Kve Lungs. Heart. Stomach
Kidnevs. t-tc. I N.a.ses of women: dis-
eaes of the P1m1 and Nervous sys-
tem Hislooat ions etc. dw
H. R. Miller 6: Co.
Granit-'rid one SWewalVt.
tan put your si.le la'.k in Cheaper than
nf!t:e e'e in th". c;ty.
See samp e's of tw.th kind t Walton
T urrihpr Co
I)n t fr.l to f e our Moite. you wi'.l finJ
tiore 1-t'ttf r air! n.i;e lia'.f f-o cheap.
II. R. MILLEi:Mana-cr
I OiTice at V.V.tfii Luni'cr Co.
Vinita I. T.
shows the latest
W. I. Davenport & Sons
X5he One Price Cash iStore
For everything that is sood to eat you
will find it here. We would like to have
your next order we would appreciate it
very much and quick delivery to any
part ot the city. We are selling1 at a low
price give us a trial. You will nd it the
" cheapest place in town
W.I. DAVENPORT & S0NS
& XShQ One Price
DR. L. BAG 15 Y
T'nveir-nv t SriiOKON
Otllce in new Patch!! Udtf. Phone 101
d Vinita I. T.
(Mellette & Smith)
ATTOI1N KY - AT - LAW
Ilooms 1 2 and 3 post o nice Ltiildinp
d Vinita. Ind. Tor.
The onlv exclusive eve. ear and nose
Specialist in Territory
Eyes t reatcd and plas-vs properly fitted
d OtTice at drugstore. Vinita
CIIARLKS W. DAY I. I. S.
Cold crown and hrid:e work a spccial-
tv. ( KV.ce over First National Hank
d Vinita. I. T.
Of'ce opi'site post office in Crav-lTal-d
' fit-ll lKlr Vinita
J. W. CRAIQ H. D..
Physician and Surgeon
fiflice iij-st.iirs over Cherokee Nat ional
Pat.k. Ph'i -:' :
d Vinita. Ind. Ter.
tvmf.s s. iavi;np( u:t
I atto!;m;v-at-l aw
r.ooms '.' a.d 1" r.ew H.-ilsell Imiidh'i
::.:-a. I. i .
I'a'if. ! r .v.- Hi1' At t-'-rrK ''-La--v
d lU.li t-'V t .tIVi:tV I. T.
ii. - II
designs for late
Cash Store. v?
Pneumonia follow La Qrlpp
but never follow tha of -
It Hops the Conch and heals the lung j
Prevent Fneumonia anJ ConaumpUoa.
M.Q. VrHKK. of I'A O St. Chicsr
TTitn: "Mr wif. hnj Is rirp so4 it lft hf
with Try bd r.ii; rn hr lt;nr wtidfc
loui'l llot 1.VDI11 cori cooapl.M'."
At Peop!r$ Drug 5tore. dw
Praze Hardu.ar? and
Coffins Casketsand Fun-
eral Directors. "
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.