The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 14, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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of what they eat. A visit
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F. h. CHILSON
S. A. COBB
Jun. Am. Soc. C. E.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Room 13. New Halseil Building
ourveys wine Aiiosments Located.
Waterworks. Sewerase and riennrni
Engineering. All work Guaranteed.
Unconscious from Cronp.
"During a sudden and terrible attack
of croup our little girl was unconscious
from strangulation." savs A. L. SDafford
postmaster Chester Mich. "and a dose
of One Minute Cough Cure wms adminis
tered and repeated often. It reduced
the swelling and inflammation cut the
mucus and shortly the child was resting
easy and speedily recovered." It cures
coughs colds lagrippe and all throat and
lung trouble. One Minute Couge Cure
lingers in th thrruit ind r)ict ..I An
able the lungs to contribute pure.
L. 1.1 ! 1 . . .. .
ucttiu. -giving ixygen to me Dio a A.
W. Foreman. dw
Bunding a Nw Town.
The opening i'e of lots will take
place t 12! p..ft Text J inoart 12.
1903. Low rata excurslona Jai aary
aoth TUthi M. K. & T Ry. One
fare nlm 2. fortte round trtr: tick
et good 21 days. The opportunity
for buslne and ir.ve-ttueot are un-
equale. For fu'1 I u format io address
G. P. A.. M. K. &. T. E.. St T-mu
Chas. E. Hagerty
j Postofflce Box 364 VlnltJ r. T.
-r Allotments Located Lots Staked
' od Grades Given. Special Attention
' Given In Hoiiiirtarj- DWputes. Mai s
r nd Blue Prints Made Readable
Bast Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin. Sunt Citv Water
Works Shnllsburg Wis. writes: "I
have tried many kinds of liniment but
have never received much benefit until
I used Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheu-
matia and pains. I think it the best
liniment fen earth " 23c 50 and $1 bot-
tle at People's drug store. dw
New Century Comfort.
Millions are daily findimr a world of
comfort in Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. Il
kills nain from burns scalds. cuu
bruises; conquers ulcers and fever sores;
core eruptions salt rheum boils an1
felon-"; removes corns and warts But
pile cure on earth On'y 25c at Peoples
and A. W. Foreman's drug stores dw
You Know What You Aft Taking
Wben you lake Grove's Tateles
Cbill Tonic becnue the fo-tuol t
Blaiiily Diluted III tfrV llittt. Lnva?.
itu' that It. "iiiiply iron and 'j:.i-
m a 1 nt-tt-it-.-- f trm. 'n PLirM I
Blue grass seed at Ed. Lee's.
White clover seed at Ei. Lee's.
Pryor Farley Is in ILnsas City.
Bermuda grabs seed at Ed. Lee's.
Ed Lee's knives are good knives tf
Lake Moore is here from Weleetka.
Ed. Lee's scissors'are good scissors.
Old papers at your own price at this
Allotments for fifty Cberokeei
Spill id a a Riggs Friday night at the
John Anderson went to Pryor Creek
Curtains to fit any buggy at Bruno
J E. Duncan (Rett Cloud) is bere
from Rose I. T.
Fresh fruit and candy at the Silver
Tbree detirable lota and houses for
sale. Apply here.
W. H. Kornegay came In from
Miami this morning.
Laprobes and horse blankets at
1 t at Lee Barrett's'.
Dr. an2 wrs. u. jrrayeef left this
morning for liatlsis City 1
G. W. Tyner of BaSOna la here
looking after his allotment.
W. J. Ward and Jobo G. Batlef
came Id from Chelsea last nigbt.
Lucleo Woodall and Robt. Klx
were bere from Centralia today.
New line of picture frames and
molding at.Suiiley & Graffunder'a.
S. A. Cobb la surveying and platting
some land adjacent to VlDlta today.
Window glass at Fore-
Spillman Riggs should have a full
bouse Friday evening at tbe opera
Visiting caids printed with our cew
type faces "Engraver's Roman" are
Take jtmr clocks to Charley Hart-
man to be flpalred First door north
of postofflce. 63
Horace Adams a HfoGtng citizen of
Chelsea is among the lam office
Contractor Grant polled tbe (own
today In the vain quest of a njao
Mrs. Geo. niggins bad tbe misfor
tune to fall this morniog-sustaining
some painful injuries. v
Mrs. El. Chouteau is recovering
from a severe and somewhat pro
tracted attack of grippe.
W. G. Goddard and wife and Mrs.
Wasaoa came duwo last nlgbt from
VYassoo to get numbers.
Mrs. C. L. Haroage and children are
bere from Talala visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hunt.
SpUlman Riggs the distinguished
lectu.vi will be at the opera bouse on
Friday irht ot next week.
Dr. A. M Clinkscales will soon
vi.-it Sanantonlo Texas 00 an ex-
ceediugly ioterestlug errund.
FOWLER. th norma-
nent Dnotographer for
Dr. Wimer Ed. Lee and W. R. Mc
Georna will leave for not Springs to-
oigut to spend a few weeks recuperat
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can
always be prevented by the use of Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold .by Shanahan &
Ji. A. Cobo and Chas. Ilagerty civil
engineers of Mnskogee have opened
offices In Vloita and uave cards In
Cnerokee citizens contemplatiog
leasing their allotments wben tbey
have filed on them will do well to apply
to this office. '
Two nood residence lots on north
Side of 'Frisco track" near S. N. Rat-
cliff's reMence for sale at bargalo.
Frank Williams. Drotrieior of the
Cobb hotel will take bis little son to
Hot springs tonight for tbe teoeflt of
Tbe annual election of officers and
directors of the First National bank
yeet-rday resulted in the re-election
of all the prei-eot Incumbents.
Tlie People'sjdrug store has put to
ajnew line of cpectacles gold aluml-
nun aud steel frames. We make no
charges for fitting glasses to eyes.
Hot drinks ate now being served at
the People's diug store. Hoi choco
late tom'aio bouillon aod clam bouil-
lon' are a few of the most. popular
Do not let our competitors ml-lead
you by telling you tbey are selling 1 be
AineriL-a ueui lenctng. we are toe
sole agents for the beat hog- fence
made. Da rough Hardware Co.
The prevention of consumption is en-
I tirely a question of commencing the pro-
per treatmeut in time. Nothing is so
well adapted to ward off fatal lung
trouble a Foley's Honey aud Tar. Sold
ky Shanahan & Mitchell. dw
JL li M
The Christian Endeavor Socletv nf
the Presbyterian church will serve
dinner Saturday Jan. 24. Place to be
L. L. Duckworth filed on his al
lotments yesterday aud left on the
evealog train for bis home near
bliuaru Springs Ark.
H. S. Lebr President Ohio Normal
University says "Mr Riags has few
equals on the American platform."
At the opera bouse Friday evening.
Tbe Amerlcao Lyceum Union says
that Mr. Rlggs who is to lecture at
the opera house here E'ridav evenlnu
of this week has peculiar ability as a
Mrs. E. W. Lawrence was severlv
burned at tbe Western hotel yester-
day. While cleaning a pair of kid
gloves with gasoline one of them
Ignited burning bcr hand badly.
While Mr. Rlggs lecture is largely
humorous it is not exclusively so. for
in It be deals with many Important
out neglected truths belonging to tbe
avenues of every day life. Mr. Riggs
will lecture at the opera house Friday
BobTittie's arm was cot broken as
reported In yesterday's Chieftain but
tbe shoulder joint was thrown out of
socket ' Dr. Fortner was called and
reduced tbe limb to its place. Tbe
wound is exceedingly painful but uot
Tbe Toledo. Ohio Commercial says.
"Mr. Biggs made his second appear
ance In Toledo la-l nlgbt. His lecture
aod entertainment pleased every
body. He was greeted by a packed
house." Mr. Rfggs lectures at the
opera bouse in Vlntta Friday evenloe
01 this week.
Utr 7 77-
Here Now H
A Wim Woman .
The brilliant musical comedy farce
By Wilfred Clarke tbe talenteJ au-
thor or "Ob! Susanab!" will shortly
be seen at the opera house with a re-
maikable Mrong cast beaded by
Marie Lamour for several seasons a
prominent member of Augustin
A True Fish Story
is seldom heard but a
satisfied customer is
he who buys
and supplies here now
Roasters Carvers Bucll'sStoves
Military Land Warrants Wanted
And Sddieri' Additional Home
stead claims. If you have either
send particu'.afs to R. II. Kelley
Bajrd BMg. Kansas Citv. Mo. and
see what he will give. ;Beward for
Icronuatiou. Commission to agents.
Tbe Qoldea Square.
Something of Interest about the
wealtu in oil gas and mineral lands
In Southwest Missouri Southeast
Kaesas and Iadian Territory traver-
e1 by the M. K. T. By ; free i n re-
quest. Aidres Jakes Bakikr
Gen'l Pa.s. Anent M. K. & T. Ry.
101 WalBwriKht Blg. St. Louis.
Darroug'K Hdw Co
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 14, 1903, newspaper, January 14, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774003/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.