The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 234, Ed. 1 Monday, July 23, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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ONE CENT PI It WORD FIRST INSERTION MAI I CENT PER WORD
FOR EACH SUBSEQUENT IN5ER I ION
One Cent a Word; Twenty Words 20 Cents
BOARD AND ROOM.
k I Ml'.- I
bsL service. Rates
One black mare I) years old. Brand
N on right shoulder; shod all around.
Owner can have same by paying for
this ad and keep. Call at Chieftain
office for further information.
Eat one of King s Dyspepsia Tablets
after each meal and you will notsuffer
with Indigestion. Sold bjiA. P. Owens
Daily Report of Current Prices
Quotations furnished by the Vinita
Country buttr 104c
Eggs per doz 10c
Hens per lb 7c
Old roosters each 10 to 15c
Springs per lb 10c
Broilers per lb 15c
Turkeys per lb 7c
Geese per lb ; 5o
Ducks per lb 7c
Guineas ench 15c
Wool per lb 15 to 35c
Green salt hides per lb 7 to 91c
Dry flint hides per lb 15c
Daily ..Main market quotations fur-
White corn per bu. .
Yellow corn per bu.
(J. b. Ilurhnns tastlttes alter four years
!. B Burhans of Carlisle Center
N. Y writes: "About four years ago
1 wrote you stating that I had been
entirely cured of a severe kidney
trouble by t aklng less than two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Cure. It entirely
stopped the brick dust sediment and
pain and symptoms of kidney disease
disappeared. I am triad to say that I
have never had a return of any of
those symptoms during the four years
that have elapsed and I am evident ly
cured to stay cured and heartiely re-
commend Foley's Kidney Cure to any
one suffering rrom kidney or bladder
trouble." Sold by A. P. Owens.
Try a little Kodol For Dyspepsi
after your meals. See the effect it
will produco on your general feeling
by digesting your food and helping
your stomach to get itself into shape.
Many stomachs are overworked to the
point where they refuse to go further.
Kodol digests your food and gives your
stomach the rest It needs while its
reconstructive properties get the
stomach back into working order.
Kodol relieves flatulence sourstomach
palpitation of the heart belching etc.
Sold bv People's Drug Store.
I Only one
I jBjB !Biiiin Eievatcd
If.j l D. i i t r i
Have YOU ever been in CHICAGO?
HELP WANTED MALE
Wanted At once traveling news-
paper solicitor. Apply Chieftain.
MONEY TO LOAN
Money to Loan Both private
and company money. Lowest rates
quick service. T. E. Englehart.
HOUSES FOR RENT
Sanitary Plumbing steam and hot
water heating. Nipp Bros
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
For Sale Land and city proper-
ty. T. E. Englehart.
Disturbed the Congregtlon.
Kidney complaint kills more people
than any other disease. This is due to
the disease being so insidious that it
gets a good hold on the system before
It Is recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure
will prevent the development of fatal
disease if taken in time.
A. P. Owens.
"Several years since my lungs were
so badly affected that I had many
hemorrhages" writes A. M. Ake of
Wood Ind. "I took treatment with
several ulivicians without anv benilit.
I then started to take Foley's Honey
ana Tar andmvlungaarenowassound
as a bullet. 1 . ecommend it in ad-
vanced stage of lung trouble." Foley's
Honev and Tar stoDS the cotiirh and
heals the lungs anb prevents serious
results from a cold. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by A. P. Owens.
A sweet breath adds to the joys of
a kiss- You woldn't want to kiss
your wife mother or sweethaart with
a bad breath. You can't have a
sweet breath without a healty stom
ach x ou can't have a healthy stom-
ach without perfectdigestion. There
is only one remedy that digests what
you eat and makes the breath as
sweet as a rose and that remedy is
Kodol for Dyspepsia It Is a relief
for sour stomach palpatation of the
heart and other ailments arising
from disorder of the stomach and di-
gestion. Take a little Kodol after
your meals and see what It will do for
you. Sold by Peoples Drug Store.
Wimer's Laxative Syrup tor all
It.vspedsia heartburn sourstomach
billlousness sick headache and all
troubles originating fom the stom-
ach and liver. To keep your liver ac-
tive means good health to you. It
adds tone and vigor to to the digest
ive organs and stimulates the liver
and kidneys to healthy action. If not
satisfied after using one-half return
and get your money back. We guar-
antee every bottle to do as we nave
stated above Sold by Wimer Drag
Was In Poor health for Years
Ira W. Kelley of Mansfield Pa.
writes: "I was In poor health for two
years suffering from kidney and blad-
der trouble and spent considerable
money consulting physicians without
obtaining any marked benefit but
was cured by l-'oley's Kidney Cure and
1 desire to add my testimony that it
may be t lie cause of restoring the
health of others." Refuse substitute.
Sold by A. P. Owens.
Salle Si reel Station.
fate by M K &T
From Vinita to St. Louisaud return
From Vinita to Chicago and returu
From Vinita to Eldorado Springs
Dates of sale daily June 1st to Sept.
30th. IBM. Final limit October .ilst
UKXi. H. A. Farthing
is out of order. You go to bed iu
bad humor and get up with a bad taste
in your mouth. ou want something
to stimulate youj liver. Just try
Heroine the liver regulator. A posi
tlve cure for Constipation Dyspepsia
and all liver complaints. Mrs. b-
Ft. Worth Texas writes: "Have used
Heroine in my family foa years. Words
can't express what 1 think about it
Everybody in my household are happy
and well ana we owe it to Heroine
Sold by People's Drug Store
A hundred years ago the best
physician would give you a medicine
for your heart without stopping to
consider what effect it might have on
the liver. Even to thlsgooddaycougl
and cold medicines invariable bind
the bowels. This is wrong. Bee's
Laxative Cough Syrup with Honey
and Tar acta on the bowels drives
out the cold clears the head relieves
all coughs cleanses and strengthens
the mucous membranes of the throat
chest lanM and bronchial tubes. Sold
by A. P. Owens.
War Against Consumption
All nations are eudeavern to check
the ravages of consumption the
"white plague" that claims so many
victims each year Foley.s Hcney and
Jar cures coughs and colds perfectly
and you are in no danger of consump-
tlon. Do not risk your health by taking
some unknown preparation when
Foley's Honey and Tar is safe certain
In results. The genuine is In a yellow
package. Sold by. A. 1J. Owens
It is always well to have a box of
salve in the house Sunburn cuts
bruises piles and boils yield to De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Should
keep a box on hand at all times to pro
vide for emergences. For years the
standard but followed by many im
tators. Be sure you get the genuine
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Sold
by People's Drug Store.
The old time method of purging the
system with carthartice that tear
gripe grind and break down the walls
of the stomach and intestines lssuper-
seded by Dade's Little Livor Pills.
They cleanse the liver and instead cf
weakeninri build up and strengthen
the whole system. Relieve headache
biliousness constipation etc. Sold by
A. P. Owens.
W. 11. Ward of Dyersburg Tenn
writes: "This Is to certify that 1 have
used Orlno Lexative Fruit Syrup for
chronicconstipation and it has proven
without a doubt to be a thorough
practical remedy for thD trouble and
it Is with pleasure I offer my conscien
tous reference." Sold by A. P. OwenF.
During l he summer kidney Irregular-
ties are often caused by excessive
drinking or being overheated. At
tend to t he kidneys at once by using
Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by A. P
When applied and covered with a
hot cloth Pinesalce acts like a poultice
Best for burns bruises boils eczema
kin diseases etc. Sold by A. P. Owens
best con 'h
Drug SU re
like Kennedy's Laxativt
Par. The plersantest and
Nvrup io lake because
opiates. Sold by Peopla's
u learn about thi
t. I. & P. Rv. and
L R. R.
r-asy walking k
( tht tire
ENTFUL VOYAGE OF A
Encounters Most Singular Conditions
in the Red Sea Decks Two
Inches Deep with Pow-
New York. The log of the Ger
man steamship Schonfus from Cal-
cutta which docked at South Brook
lyn the other day tells a story of
Btoim experiences of a more varied
character than is often encountered
by China traders of modern times in
a single voyage.
With the exception of the time the
steamship was in the Suez canal it
had only one day of good weather
from the time it entered the Red
sea the succession of disturbances
it encountered ranging from a sand-
storm in the Red sea to a hurricane
as it neared this coast and winding
up with the strong westerly blow
which compelled Capt. Denker to an-
chor off Liberty island before he could
safely dock on the exposed Brooklyn
side of the bay.
The Schonfels left Calcutta Janu-
ary 29 touched at Colombo Febru-
ary 5 for 24 hours reached Suez the
18th and Algiers the 2Cth.
February 16 while In the Red sea
the ship ran into a sandstorm which
lasted for two days covering I the
decks several inches deep with a
fine powdery grit and keeping the
officers and men who had to be on
deck continually sneezing and cough
"We first noticed the sandstorm
early on February 16" said Chief Of
ficer Diedrich Kloppenburg. "Ahead
of us the air was dense with a thick
yellowish mist which at first we
thought to be smoke-laden fog. When
we ran Into It every man on deck was
set to choking and sneezing. It was
like running through a light smoke.
You could discern objects in every
direction for a considerable distance
but everything had a yellowish tinge.
"We had to keep all cabin ports
closed and every time one passed In
or out of a door a
ud of the fine
. and covered
i little wind at
air was com-
yellow sand siftei
everything. There was
the time and the sea
tively smooth but the
pletely surcharged with
the fine grit.
10 a severe
ito the after-
Evidently there had be
sandstorm just before
that point and we ran i
'Aicsr leaving Port !
continuous rough weatl
storm alter anotner which Kept our
decks awash and the shin laboring
heavily all the way through the Medi
terranean. A peculiarity about these
storms was that one would be
ly cold with biting freezing
and perhaps the next would be
summer gale high wind
nt as not
coming fr"m a
the Storm King got after
He came at us from the
the northwest and the
one blow after another.
was rolling and laboring
these successive storms
with high dangerous seas continually
breaking on board until we were
nearing this coast on March 14 when
the wind died down for a few hours.
But before midnight It broke out
again from the eastward and by the
16th was blowing a gale. We made
the Delaware breakwater In that gale
and were safe in shelter during the
worst of it in which this coast was
dotted with distressed and stranded
"Tne 34 Lascars in our crew of 63
had no clothing but their customary
native garments of cotton and the
first thing wi.en we docked they sent
a messenger ashore for' heavy flan-
nels before they would come on deck
to clean up ship. We are fortunate
me through r
tnd no damag:
Suction of a Train
peril of standing too near
railroad trains was shown
Y. on a recent afternooi
ert Coward deputy cc
was caught in the sue
Boston express on the
New Haven & Hartfo
dragged 40 feet and ins
It is not an unusual tl
sons to test the sensat!
ing near a train passim
rate of speed. Ihe train
was going at the rate of
hour and the displacemc
uch a case is terrific ca
ot it tho immediate vl
even strong men Fomet
ime and See Us When You
Want to Telegiaph.
Prompt and Courteous Service
Public As3er)je'' ..Service
Office: GATEWOOD GROCERY
Oil Up Ihoiie 21
The Latest and I
It Lunch Sets
In Vacation Time
you will thoroughly enjoy the
quaint pioturesqueness ot
The beauty of its surrounding
hills and green forests and the
tranquil atmosphere of the
whole place will suit you exact
ly if you seek a quiet ideal
place for a vacation trip.
Since the discovery or its
now famous Springs thousands J
nave received Generics irom tne
healing waters and have gone
away eloquent testimonials of
their curative properties.
To Induce You to Go
exceptionally low rates will be
in effect d
u ring tne bummer
about train service etc. write
W. S. ST. GEORGE
General Passenger and Ticket gnt
WAINWRIUMT BLDO. ST. LOUIS MO
First published June !23 11106
llefore Thoinfts J. Farrar lnited States Com-
lnissiuiiei' Second eiimniiHsioner's district. North
ern district Indian Territory at Vinita.
vs. Xo. 37.')! .
I N. Williams. )
The defendant 1. N Williams is warned to ttu-
the complaint of the plaintiff f)avis Hill.
June 21 V.m.
TieMr in this. vl within tliirtv rivs uml nnvuA
Thomas J. Farrai.
United States Commissioner.
W. P. Thomptn attorney for Plaintiff.
Warlord N. liebout. attorney for Xot). resident
First published June l!0(i
Before Thomas J. Famu . United Smtes Com-
missioner. Second ninimi.-iicin r's district North-
ern district at Vhiitn.
6 ;. Yost plaintiff
f N. Williams defendant. I
The defendant I. X. Williams is warned to ap-
pear in this court wlthli thirty davs and answer
the complaint of the pi ilntiff O. d. Yost.
imey for Plaintiff.
tiny'.ord N. Bebolit
First published June j:t 1900
. X. Willis
! .Int.- -M l'.KHi
DR. J. V.
Physician and Surgeon
Office upstairs over Postoffice.
Phone 269 Vinita Ind. Ter.
Physician & Surgjicon
Office in new hat cliff bldg. Phone
Vinita. L T.
C AMDNDSON M D
Physician & Suuobon
Phone 233. Calls answered day
or night. Office in McGeorge
Cures all kinds of female trou
bles Rhematism Stomach trou-
bles Headaches Lung or Heart Dis-
eases Blood diseases.
Office room 7 Barrett building.
Th nnlv nxAlnalvA five fiar anrl
nose Specialist In Territory
Eyes treated and glasses properly fitted
Office at drugstore Vinita
L LEVIN M D
Practice limited to diseases of
the eye. Office with Drs. Fortner &
ii. c. McCarthy m d
. THY8ICIAW & SURGEON
McGecrge Bl'dg Phone 233
C A. STUBBLEFIELD D. M. D.
Office In McGeorge building Vinita.
CHARLES W. DAY D. D. S.
Gold crown and bridge work a special
ty. Office over First National Bank
Vinita L T.
Vinita I T
Office Room Halsej.1 Building
EDGAR SMITH Mellette & Smith )
A u T
Rooms 4 5 and 6 Halsell building.
Vinita Ind. Ter
JHEO. D. B. FREAR
ATU'UKiS JSV-AT-ajA W
Room 11 Burlington Building
Vinita I. T.
HAS. B. ROGERS
Attorney at Law
Office second floor Halsell block.
Attorney at Law
Foreman Huildtng Vinita Ind. Ter.
GAYLORD N. BEBOUT
Room 4 Barrett-Iiuttington Building.
V mita 1 l
STARR & PATTEN
Rooms 46 a fi Leader Bldg
Vinita 1 T
CHA8 J Kapplir
CHAR H Mk KILL AT
Compiler ' Indian Laws
KAPPLER & MER1LLAT
Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law
Practice before nil Courts ConRreai Government
Office Bol d building
Washington I). C
"LEST YOU FORGET"
When in Muskogee stop
at the popular
NORMAN HOTEL lOSH WOkmulgee;
How is Your Watch Running?
Is it always fast or slow?
Never quite on timer"
Watch repairing has ai-
vctva I.. .11 a I will
C. H. RIEDEMANN
At People's Drug Store
FINE SINGLE DRIVERS
C. A. RJOPLE UVERY STABLE
Where you will land is an item to consider.
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McClintock, R. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 234, Ed. 1 Monday, July 23, 1906, newspaper, July 23, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774115/m1/4/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.