The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, February 23, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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LOCAL NOTES j
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Of Breakfast Foods
If you do not use any of these try them. They are
fresh and mil please you. Try our flaked ricq. and
order your groceries of us if you want prompt de-
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Will be held at St Louis In 1904. and the greatest St. T.i ;n
be indispensable daring the coming year. Subscribe today.
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Ouvaa Baobv. rrea. J. O. HaIX V-Pree. W. P. Phizaim Cashier
First National Bank
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in the Cherokee Nation.
- directors; j
OUVERBAGBY B.F.FORINER. K.B.FKAYSER A. L. CHVLHILL E.N.
MA TCUFF W. A. GRAHAM . O. MALL ti. W CLARK If. B. HALSKLL.
0 Uoea a Safe General Banking business.
Brinson & Patterson
0pp. Presbyterian Church.
S. A. Cobb J.
Jud. Am. 8oc C. E.
P. Walkek C. E.
Chas. E. Hagerty
With Joseph P. Scott.
Allotments Located Lots Staked
and Grades Gives. Special Attention
Given te HoBodarr Deputes. Map
and Blue FrlnU Made at Reasonable
Cobb & Walker
Civil Engineers and Surveyors.
Vita F. Lr Burckhaiter .
Do a general engineering business
lo all paru of the Territory. Work
fully guaranteed. Offices Muskogee
I. T. Vloita. I. T. OorresrMin(ii.nr
(Tlrit Published February 18. 1903.)
Io the Unltod States Ooart for Iha.NortberB
umtrlctor tba Indian Terrtory. aittlnr at
lula Howner Plalntls: ! "
Kd. Howser Defendant
"nuii mm aTl and un
Tb defendant d. Bowser to appear In i
CHA8. A. DAVIDSON. Olnrlt.
theaomplalntof the plaintiff LuU Bowser.
Miss Forest Killiorew is sick.
Have you ever seen the Ellwood?
White clover seed at Ed. Lee's.
Bermuda grass seed at Ed. Lee's.
Blank bills of sale at this office.
Ed Lee's knives are good knives tf
Ed. Lee's scissors are good scissors.
P. L. Sharp came up from Adair to
Buy your coal from Walton Lumber
Mrs. W. J. Strong is here from Chel
Old papers at your own price at this
B. P. Ellis went to Coffeyville yes
Mrs. AI. Berger returned from
We are talking about Ell wood bog
John Anderson is visiting bis family
Mrs. Ida Garetson of Adair Is In
Wilton Katcllff returned to Chelsea
J. L. Cunningham was down from
Aftoo today i
B. U. Burnett was here yesterday
If you don't get your Chieftain tele-
phone the office.
Rev. M. L. Butler came up from
Rev. L. C. Wolfe returned from Sa-
pulpa last night.
Measles are in towo; about fifteen
cases are reported.
S. T. Davis of Starvilleis hereto
file on his allotment.
"Job printing" did you say? The
Chieftain is the place.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Trapp went to
Topeka this morning.
M cA lester and Chelsea coal at Wal
ton Lumber Yard. ; k' tf
Three desirable lots and houses for
sale Apply here.
Laprobes cod horse blankets at
cost at Lee Barrett's.
The Cnieftaio office ia the place to
purchase bills of sale.
Ellwood hog fencing is the only
right good bog fence there is made.
The M. K. & T. Is building a tiding
south of Cabin creek two miles south
of town. ; .... ... -
.Visiting cards prlated with our new
type faces "Engraver's Roman" are
the latest. " " '?;.
The furniture for the Farmer;' Na-
tional bank has arrived and Is being
put in place
Mrs. Smith mother of Mr Smith
the stonemason has a dangerous case
J. O Secreet of Ozona Texas
brother of Mrs. E N. Katcllff is visit-
ing lo the city.
II. Connon and Miss EmmaEtterof
Miami are visiting Misses Belle and
Prof. Barakat will deliver a stere-
optican lecture .at the Methodist
Why Is Ellwood the best hog fence
made? Prazee Hardware & Furniture
Co. can tell you. i
Cbas Ilunt and wife went to Kansas
City last night they were accompanied
by Mrs. E. Crawford.
What comfort In the thought that
you have a Cole's Hot Blast stove for
they are coal savers.
Emmett Skinner went to St. Louis
last night to buy spring goods for the
Katcllff Mercantile Co.
Some money to loan on short time
In email amounts. See Jno. Camp-
bell at Ratcllff's store ' dllS
W J. Wade and W. T. Wade went
to St. Loula today to buy the spring
goods for the Jumbo store.
A few friends were pleasantly en-
tertained at the home of Miss Mollte
Blackstone Saturday night.
Mrs. M. H. Frogge ' and children
leave today for Missouri where they
will make their future home.
There are all kinds of gilrs but
"The Missouri Girl" Is the best and
will be seen at the Byrd-Ada Onera
An Unusual Showing: .
In Materials for Spring
And Summer VV listings Zephyr Ginghams the
prettiest patterns ever offered for 10 cents the yard.
Golf suitings desirable for the comfortable Shirt
Waist Suits at 15 cents the yard.
Imported Madrass cloths the softest and
smoothest fabric shown this season Domestic and
Mercerized finish neat patterns 20 25 and 3$ cents
per yard. -
Fine Batiste patterns suitable for waists and
dresses at 25 centVthe yard.
Fine Tissues Tuilus and Oxford suitings all
cotton material. Entirely new ideas this season
35. 5o 65 and 75 cents per yard.
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w)M frs lsw
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What is Ellwood?
Blue Thompson has moved from
Cuetopa down here.
Miney to Loan. Short time small
amounts. W. J. Clemens. dwtf
We have just unloaded a car load of
the Ellwood hog fencing the best hog
fencing .made. - Prazee Hardware k
Go to Webb & Morrell for your dray-
ing. Business calls answered day or
night. Telephone 271.
If you are going to do any fencing
this spring don't fall to see the Ell
wood at Frazee Hardware & Furni
ture Co. '
Some of the most novel and Inter-
esting specialties ever witnessed will
be seen In "The Missouri Girl" which
comes to the Byrd-Ada Opera House
You will wait a long time before
you see a more complete production
than "The Missouri Girl" which
comes to the Byrd-Ada Opera House
Feb 24. - . -
There is much complaint among
citizens of Vlnita on account of the
lack of mail facilities at the post of-
fice. The number of lock boxes Is in-
adequate to the demands of the
Joe Haseell died at his borne in
Adair this morning of pneumonia.
He was one of the petit Juror In
Judge Gill's court which closed Sat-
urday and bis death was sudden hav-
ing left here last Tuesday morning.
He leaves a wife and several little
' A Weak Stomacn
causes a weak body and invtes disease.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cuies and
strengthens the stomach and wards off
and overcomes disease f. B. Taylor a
prominent merchant oi Chriesman Tel.
says: "I could not eat because of a weak
stomach; I lost all strength and run
down in weight. All that money could
do was done but all hope of recovery
vanished. Hearing of some wonderful
cures effected by use of Kodol I con-
cluded to try it. The first bottle bene-
fitted tne and after taking four bottles I
am fully restored to my usual atreng th
woight and Health." A. W. Foreman dw
The success of the carpenter depends upon
the quality and up-to-dateness of his supplies
See our Spring StockPrices right -Quality
high and variety large.
Malie a list of your needs and then come
here. "We can supply every one.
Livery Sale and Feed Stable
Special attention to driving trade.
Wagon yd in connection.
phone No 6. So. Wilson St. Vinita
Seeking a New Home? I
I Why not try the great Southwest?
Low colonist rates on the first and
third Tuesdays of each month. Ask
for particulars and literature. Ad-
dress Javes Barker Gen'l Pass
agent M. K. Jfc T. Ry. 101 Walo-
wrlght Bid?. S;. Loui. 3
John R. Turaer. Altorrm fnr Pii..iiv
8. K. Parka. Att'v. fnr nnn.H.MA.t r.-.
This Fab n. iwa. "
A Most Fatal Girt. . for filing at the land office In fact the
wouia oe me power of foreseeing office was practically deserted a
events inn would destroy hope. A I tlon of the day.
knowledge or the future would unmake
happiness. There are of course some I
fa : 7. "!TV celved m r Hardware
"Biumon a. Furnttiirn Cn.
House Feb. 24.
Saturday there was few applicants
The largest shipment of hog fenci-
ever snippea to vinita is the one re-
We want to lease all the
good farmlngr land we
can get and will pay cash.
Five year "agricultural
leases are what we want.
Those having such lands
to offer will do well .to
call at The Chieftain of
fice. Vlnlta Real Estate
Agency. : -
REST FOR THE
"With one of our
easy working rotary
Don't buy until you
have seen our big
line. Special prices
And your strength
Buy a Wheel and
you will save much.
Our prices are low.
See us for one this
and loss of appetite shows itself we know
it will be followed by serious'complaints
if not checked. - Often liver and kidney
trouble follow quickly. In; any event
Electric Bitters will restore yon to health.
It strengthens builds up and inviiroratta
run down systems. Onlv 80o. St;0fa.
tion guaranteed by People's and A. W.
foreman urug stores. dw
To Cure a Cole In Oae Day
laice L.axauve uromo Ouiuine Tah-i
Ab Perrymac of Tulsa and Mrs.
Lucy Ferryman of Red Fork were
married Saturday afternoon at the
Simon Walklngstick and Sam
Foreman of the land office force took
advaotage of the le;ai holiday and
visited their friends at Tablequah.
Judge Chas. W. Raymond and his
court stenographer D. F. Dickey
help at Hotel
WANTED To rent tw it three unfur-
nished rooms. Mrs. J. T. Knu. djjs
LOST -A trunk from ll ? Kr'Hfo depot
aquara top. line do r Kinder will
please notify J. W. Cunr r sh.vm.
WANTKD WORK-Can i .'(.in. En-
quire at 8tuckr Restaui 1 t.?n Cobb
and Green hotels. dl!6
let. All dm. 1st refund tne money were 'Cfflstered at the Cobb Sunday
If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig- anroute home to Muskogee from sa.
nature Is on ech iwx. 2c.
Bli'km!lh wanted at J A!itra R.
W. Moore Estella. I. T. dll
WANTED Men ft lea n Whr trade.
Ad van tses of steady pr'l . ( ntrt lo-
strucllons. lecturna. etc V i lmlt to
time. Tools diplomas. Sa . . and
position eiven prini ri'-i - ' Writp
today. Moier Buroer Coilei i. !. uls. dU9
DeWitt's Little Early Risersadornot
gripe nor weaken thejsystem. Theyjcure
buiousnesa jaundice constipation and
inactive livers by arousing the secre
tions moving the bowels Igently yet
euectuaiiy and giving such tone and
strength to the glands of the stomach
liver aud bowels that the cause of the
trouble is removed entirely. These
famous little pills exert a decided Itonic
effect upon the organs "involved and if
their use is continued for a fewjdays
there will be no returnjof the trouble. A.
W. Foreman. dw
atop th cou;la avnd havl lanji
For sale atJPisople's Drug Store.
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At People's Dnif Store.
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, February 23, 1903, newspaper, February 23, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773867/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.