The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 229, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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For a nice. . . .
Telephone the Vinita Meat
Store No. 48.
...F. P. Nessel.
WANTED Teams to haul hay.
SVantml -Dining room girl at Hotel Ureen.
A two roam house to rent for $4.00. Bee J
" For .rent. Three room house. Apply to
r. vinoriidguj. v
A Rood si-rand hand bicycle for (alo at a
trarRala ut liarrouKirs tin snop. zzt
f fj. P. Smart lias it loo four-room bonne
fr Halo. Uood sbudi'. jrooii water and it a
.'imvenient Diane. 1'rlce reaaonaliie. .ee
hliu for a ar?atii. "
1 Stray black now weighing about 9'JO pound
(With nine pl: marUd crt) oir of riRht ear
email split In left. Been at mj place since
lnne 1st. Fault' owaing aiiio may pay
charge and get hot;. l. v. Marks.
t l'or Sall-Uood farm 10 miles northwest of
Vinita! tioO acres under fHiice. nearly all
nd locust posts three and four wire: ioo
n-ri'S liroku out. (iooJ new four-room
'to uno. R'XKl new barn. 41x.V) feet. Young
ichard. B1 wll and block water Price
1VW. ApiilT hero.
Tor Sale Two houses and loU in buslnes
F-.-tion of Vinita. One lot .'0x1 u oii7"xl50
tit. Also mom ciesiramo resilience proo-
i l y In the citv. containing four low each
.f.ii iiKi font. liood vronm house two walls.
i4.d barn and ouiliiMi.se lino orchard and
Mneyatil. Apply nt-r.
DR. h. BAGBV
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office in New Ratcliff Building. Tele
phone lot. VimU Ind. Ter.
.TAMES S. DAVENPORT
J ATTORNEY AT LAW.
tioomsoand io New Halsell Building
j Vinita. I. T. .
1 avenport & Hall Attorney at Law
Hank Building Claremore I. T
ATTORNEY AT LAWj
And Notary Public. Office In new HalJ
sell building "Vinitai I. T. Will practice
in all the United Stej courts of the I. T.
CHAS. W. DAY D. D. S.
Soul Crown and Bridge Work a Special-
'y. OJice over I'rt National Bank
VINITA. I. T.
E. A STUBBLEFIELD.D.r.l.D.
;-.'j:TlceovcrEtIlo Furniture Co.Gray-
; ' Habell bulldtnjr Vinita. I. T.
i tie only Exclusive Eye Ear and Nose
Specialist in the Indian Territory.
I : . treated and glasses properly fitted
Office at Drug Store.
V)r. R. H. GILLESPIE
L ly Assistant
1 lione 2a"u
Best Meal in the City 25c
fhort Orders a Specialty.
First Dor;Ct ! Ratclltt'
i SILUER MOON
i CE CREAM PARLORS
PURE ICE CREAM.
J. S. Oborn Proprietor
rV good let leave orders at
f ore rn's Drug Store 'phone S6
'M-U George Davis will con-
.-ct c business.
Concert tomorrow night. 1
Fresh hams at Balehiine's.
Shoe repairing at Leo Barrett's. ;
Single harness JG.50 at Lee Barett'8:
Butter and egg9 wanted afc'Balen-
tine's. Machine oil kept In stock at Balen-
tine's. . .. ' M
Spring chickens at Cowan and
Miss Bertha Hayward Is visiting iu
Fly nets dusters and whips at Lee
Mrs. S. It. Crockett is visiting in
John Bellutte was here from Clare-
Judge Johnathan Gore was down
from Bluejacket today.
Gasoline stoves all sizes; coal oil
stoves all sizes at Ed Lee's.
Miss Daisy Armor is visiting her
aunt Miss AUie Williams.
Pure cream at Badgett-Sanders
Mer. Co. Ffesh every day.
Henley & Klnsella's best Java and
Mocha blend at Balentine's.
Try a Ping-pong. The popular
drink at People's drug store.
Fresh lot of 5 an'-' 10 cent counter
goods on hand at Balentine's.
Miss Cora Ravencroft left yesterda7
for her home In Ohio on a visit.
Fresh buttermilk daily 15 cents per
gallon delivered. Telephone CO.
Dr. Feazell ISurgeon Dentist
Offloe.ln Raymond building. 35tf
a a n n e r
trio most hMng r vo in the world.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Stcwartof Miami
are the gue.ts of relatives in the city
For lawns lawn mowers lawn hose
lawn sprinklers lawn rakes at Ed
Lee's. ' .
Miss Pauline Kelley will recite at
the lecture at the opera-house to-
night. ' h : ' '
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Parks are rejoic-
ug today over the advent or a
For the festive tly Ed Lee has the
new process iron screen tne kind
that lasts. "
Ice cream freezers that are ahead of
the old kind and at the same price at
All up-to-date refreshing drinks
served at Soda Fountain. People's
Jewelry repairing and engraving
promptly executed at lowest prices.
Itose the Jeweler.
Mrs. L. M. Fitzgerald and Mrs.
Thomas Melns of Denison are visit
ing Mrs. Wt T. Wade.
Have your clocks repaired at Chas.
Ilartioun's. He will deliver or call
for them at any time..
Tonight and Thusday scattered
thunder 6howers. Occasional high
winds this afternoon.
If you want good coffee try Henley
fa Klnsella's best Java and Mocha in
stock at Balentine's
Rev. J. M. Porter was In our city
today enroute for Elrcno to aitend
the district conference.
The People's drug store is thorough
ly equipped for tlllina: prescriptions
promptly and efficiently.
Col. Frank Churchill who has been
stationed at Sioux City for some time
has been ordered to St. Paul.
If you want a first ciass job of
plasterirg you'll have to get "Acme"
riaster. Perry Lumber Yard.
Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds prevents pneumonia.
Sold by Teoples' drug store.
The Darrough Hardware Co. is go-
ing to send up three bailons at 4
o'clock Friday. See their new ad to-
day. The Christian Endeavor Society of
the Presbyterian church was pleas-
autly entertained at the home of Dr.
and Mrs T. T. Wimer last evening.
Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the
blood by 6trainlng out impurities and
tones up the whole syrtem. Cures
kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by
People's drug store. dw
Peden Tolbert will become a mem-
ber of Marshal Bennett's field force in
the western district. There is not a
more capable officer in the territory
than Tolber'. and his many friends
are sorry to see him leave Vinita.
MUtakes Are Costly.
You cai make no Mistake by using
Hupt's turo frr itch tetter ring
worm an.1 iti-hing riles. No cure no
pay. . V w
I N. L.
Treat Vour Kidneys for Rheumatism.
When you'are suffering from rheu-
matism the kidneys must be attend
ed to at once so that they will elim
inate the uric acid from the blood.
Foley's Kidney Cure is the most effec
tive remedy for this purpose. R. T.
IIoDkins of Polar Wis. says: "Af
ter unsuccessfully doctoring three
years for rheumatism with the best
doctors I tried Foley's Kidney cure
and it cured me. I cannot speak too
highly of this great medicine bold
by People's drug store. dw
Foley's Honey and Tar
forchildren.safe.sure. No opiates.
Sold by Peoples' dr.i' store.
When Other Medicines Have Failed.
Take Foley's Kidney cure. It has
cured when everything else has dis-
appointed Sold ly- People's drug
Two Bottles Cured Him.
"I was troubled with kidney com
plaint for about two years." writes
A. H. Davis of Ml. Sterling. Ia.
"but two bottles of Foley's Kidney
Cure effected a permanent cure. Sold
by People's drug store. dw
Poisoning the System.
It is through the bowels that the
body is cleansed of Impurities. Con-
stipation keeps these poisons in the
svstem causiog headache aumess
and melancholia at first then un
sightly eruptions and finally serious
Illness unless a remedy Is applied.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers prevent
this trouble by stimulating the liver
and cromote easy healthy action or
owels. Thes-e little pills do not act
violeutly but by strengthening the
the bowels enable theui-to perform
their own work. Never gripe or dis-
tress. A. W . Foreman. dw
We offer till July 4th. 50 pairs ladies' shoes broad and
narrow toes laco and buttons made fine kid stock and
worth 2.00 every pair we sell them at 1.25 the pair.
Ladies' Oxfords in Black and Tan.
25 pairs ladies' fine oxfords black and tans lace and
southern button styles a splendid value at 2.00. The
price on them is 1.25 per pair.
You can fit your children out in shoes in our store of a
good quality for the same price you pay for cheap ones .
One lot consisting of about 25 pairs children's shoes
sizes from 9 to 2 in tans and black lace and buttons very
fine soft stock that are worth 1.00 and 1.25 a pair the .
price on the lot will bo only 75c the pair.
A big lot children's shoes in small sizes that sold for 75
and 85c the pair. The entire lot goes at 50c the pair.
in High Grade Furniture.
Stock complete and
Coffins and caskets.
For Sale2nd Hand-As Good As New
1 8 II. P-Fairbank Morse portable gasoline engine.
1 G II. P. Fairbank Morse partable gasoline engine.
1 5 II. P. Fairbank Morse stationary gasoline engine.
1 4 II P Fairbank Morse stationary gasoline engine.
1 2fc II. P. Fairbank Morse stationary gasoline engine.
1 H H. P. Fairbank Morse stationary gasoline engine.
Well drilling outfit.
C L. PULVER Carthage Mo.
For the next
We will sell -
Call and get a
For our Cosmopoli-
tan pattrrns ioe.
Halt Mock south of post office.
& GO. '
Night Telephone 224.
tj June 2Sth
aim cuuiiii; ouiui-
day luly 12 inclu-
sive I will sell
1 Spectacles Notions
Cjj Books Stationery
Dishes. Etc. regardless of
cost. EDW. ROSE.
Jeweler and Qpticitn.
St. Louis and return J! 275. Chicago
and return f 19.40. Tickets on sale
June IGth 17th 21st and 24th limit-'
ed Sept loth. 11. C. Lewis
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 229, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1902, newspaper, July 2, 1902; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774461/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.