The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 288, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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all wi J jm-iitMMif tii..i.
WE'VE GOT IT:
Anything you call for in the
cold drink and ice cream
soda flavor. Best of canclie3
THE KANDY KITCHEN
We Will Have
NETTA TETTA BRICK
( Orders taken Saturday only)
Vinita Ice Cream Co.
Old papers forsale l'ostofilee Ilook-
Globe flour is the best at . N. Vil-
Leu IJarrett now has a first-class
boot maker. 216-tf
Zeno has the best steaks and the
freshest groceries. 27.'!tf
Chickens butter and eygs always
on hand at Zeno's.
Fresh fruit and vegetable at the
Vinita Meat store 23!Hf
Nice Juicy tender steaks at the
Vinita Meat store. 239-tf
In. McWiiliams of Miami spent
last night in Vinita.
If you want a cab telephone Webb
isrotiiers. 'I'hone f2.
Those new linen finish calling cards
lre trie correct thing.
I P. S. James of Miami was a pleas
liint caller this morninsr.
J Chief Deputy Marshal W. I. Depue
iias returned from St. Louis.
Butter CrihD biscuit arid tiv nVlrvIr
cake at liaduett-Sanders. tf
.Ir. lirown. brother of Mr s F.
g "aHin wasnere louav iromi assviUe
I A three (lays' picnic commenced to-
day at Okoee. several Yinitaits driving
Mrs. Madjfe Kins" will do all of your
fancy dressmaking at herroomsat t tie
IiUackstono hotel. I'hone 140. 271-8
Dr. Kssie lJondurant lady physician
iiiifl.suweorj. I'hotie LNUKmcire block.
Voorn S V.'ui'U I. T. 204-tf
Dr. 11-vsie Ikmduraiit entertained
he missionary society of the Chriv
ian church this morning.
The IWptist Youiiif People will give
ii ice cream social tviiitftit at the
loine of Mrs. ). D. Neville.
Harry Mitchell was feeiinir ii.di.
Jjsed yesterday afternoon and left
st night for his home at Seneca.
Miss Kdith McCarnell. who has been
Issilinjr her aunt. Mrs." ('. J. Cronin-
fs r left today for her home in Texas.
Avoid serious results of kidney or
gladder disorder by taking Foley's
i(i:iey Cure. People's drug store dw
ijTha First Xatloiwl Hank of Chelsea
fich of the stock of which is owned
I this city has contracted for the
ctlon of h new building.
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
aiMieu lor enronic throat troubles
d will nosltli
'5 Alness and all bronchial diseases.
tt 'ise subst Itutes. For sale bv l'eo
e's dm store. " dw
! 1-K I! f. Ir....l 1 . . .
'iiu .mil son arrived
?f.i.v from he Soto Mo. and are
(i.;-ts of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kapp.
tr. Ireland has teen here for several
ijs and the family expect to make
ifiita their home.
A set of stringent rules have been
warded rrom Washington govern-
g the admission of attorneys to
a-tiee tefore the Townsite commis-
si. They will be published in to-
ol row's Chieftain.
J;s. Taylor of Kcudallville. Iud.
H seriously diseased with kidney
4 bladder trouble for 20 years. He
fed every known remedy without
jch benefit until he used rineules.
lis new discovery cured him. Sold
V. 1. (wens.
e's Laxative Honey and Tar
.!' Is o.T pneumonia anil strengthens
I Ostein generally. Croup and
imping cough disappears before its
t as snow tefore the sunshine of
trig. Sold by A. I Owens.
!;' Honey and Tar is different
in all other remedies offered for the
ft' of coughs lung and bronchia
uhies. It moves the bowe's gentlv
ss croup whooping cough and colds
tie nK'hr. Sold by A. 1'. Owens.
Pretzelettesat Uadgett-Sunders. tf
Country honey at the Vinita Meat
store. 27.lt f
Taylor Crutchtield is very sick with
Noah Zane las been held In thesum
of 1200 to answer a charge of aggra-
Emmett. the twelve vear old son of
Marshal KIdenour is quite sick with
with bilious fever.
.Captain Wilkinson wlto has been
suffering from an Infection of a
scratch on his hand has managed to
stop the spread of the poisoned blood.
The new firm of Roberts & Martin
! who succeeded to the business of L.
P. Garrison have purchased a team of
valuable horses for service in making
deliveries In the country.
That awful eriiiding stabbing Dain
! in the back is from the kidnevs. A
dose of Plneules will cure it over
night. Plneules is a new discovery put
up In a new way. A sneciflc for all
Kidnev and rtiadder ironM s Sunlit
by A. P. Owens.
is very essential especially this
weather. Buy your eatables
fi'om a clean fresh stock. We
now handln homo trrown frosh
Meats. They are fat and clean-
II 111 S. 11 1
ly nanaiea. quality ana quan-
tity go together1' here.
Best of all
We .will not be any higher in
price. We invite your inspec
tion of our
and respectfully solicit a trial
order. Call ns up. Phone
1 G4 . Pro mpt deli very .
Curd Grocery & Market
( vveir Bros old stand.)
J L If 11
3331 guy. ysggy"
We have the biggest line of Youth's
Ii and Boy's Suits Hats School Shoes
to select from ever shown in Vinita
r- V-"-; J: Y-!
9- J- lvl ?
ILLINOIS BOYS CROW CORN
Thousand of Young rnneri Bro-
lutloulzing Agriculture to
W. B. Otwell was reldent of tht
t'armer" ln.itituia of Ma'oopen county
Tb thought struck him that if tha
farmer boy throughout his county
could ! Induced to take an Interest
la ths effort MaeooiMn county would
producs the flnet corn in the world.
He persuaded the institute to offer
prize for the best ten ears of cora
grown by Macoopeo county farmer
boys says M. E. Cunclff. In World s
Work. Each boy made application to
Usra and received a package of slect!
sed Yello- Dent and Boone County
White. Hundreds applied.
In ih fill tha boys snt In their
corn. Th prize a bicycle was award-
ed. Mr. Otw-ll went down to see the
boy who won expecting to find him the
son or a prosperous farmer. The bo
proved to be the H-y ear-old son of a
poor widow Inhabiting a llttie prairie
cabin. All summer rhe )rv hmA
"toted" water from the well to hi torn
patch in bucketful Ilia Industry had
been remarkable. He was invited io
the next meeting of the Farmers' In-
stitute. Mr. Otwell lifted him l.rv.n a
table. "This' said he turning to th"
assemmea rarmers as he pointed to
the little barefoot vounssier in m.
blue Jean overalls "is the boy who
won the prize." The cheers that greet-
ed the boy were louder than thou
which later on greeted the governor of
tne state when he came down to make
Kor when these contests had contin-
ued freveral years the governor became
Interested. Mr. Otwell had conceive!
the Idea of extending the contest to che
boys of tha siate and showing at St.
Louis the corn they produced. The
governor subscribed. So did oher cit-
izens. One offered a tt.ono iiiUioi
cow for first prise. Other prizm were
onered wagons aud plows and win!
mills. Seventet-n thousand boys wrote
for seed and Information. Two farm
wagons would not contain all the let-
ters. The s'ate went into wild enthu
siasm over corn.
And now return to the world's fair
palace of agriculture. i (he Illinois
section is a mountain of hitRe. yellow
ears of corn row upon row tier upon
tier of little symmetrical Dvramlds nf
'en ears each. Before each pyramid
Is the photograph of the Illinois farm-
er boy whose corn it la The selected
output of .ooo Illinois boys Is repre-
sented. Can you Imagine what this
meansr night thousand boys aroused
to a pitch of enthusiasm for scientiSc
farming. Seed corn enoiiKh to p'ant
the whole Illinois corn beit. If a boun-
tiful crop sprang from the fertile soil
last year a more bountiful crop will
leap forth this year.
AFTER THE STORM
you will know how ranch the roof
leaks and what repairs are necessary.
W can tell before the storm and
if you wisli to avoid the ri.sk of dam
ajje to ceilings and walls better per-
mit up to submit an estimate and ef
feet REPAIRS at once. A dollar
paid for tinning work now may save
ten dollars worth of property later.
F. M. YOUNG
Tinner and Plumber Vinita I. T.
FINE SOAPS PER-
OF NEW JEWELRY
i p. m
Foreman's Old Stand
Youth's Suits $5.00 to $12.50.
Youth's Suits $3.00 to $7.50.
Boys' 3-piece Suits fingle or double breasted
plain or fancy colors $3.00 to $6.50.
Boys' Suits the proper thing: for school 52.00 to
Boys' school shoes
Boys' hats and Underwear
I'-'i"1 1 sSJ"W iem& .mm
' T7 TTTT
We have only a few of our handsome home savings banks which we are
giving; to our savings depositors
The Cobb Hotel
is now me leaning shop in the
town. Everything- is strictly
first-class. We are prepared
to do anything in the tonsorial
line. Give us a call.
FIN LEY and HAWKINS.
Open a savings account at once and secure one before they are all
gone. Savings accounts may be opened with a deposit of $1.00 or more
and interest is paid on all money deposited. 3 per cent interest paid on
savings accounts and time deposits.
International Bank and Trust Co.
Capital Fully Paid $100000.00
Alfred Orendorff President. J. VV. Orr Vice-President and Manager
C has. A. Davidson Serrprnrv A L w:u
1 j vvuuci vdMuer
Set clover Is now in prime condi
tion. Cut the &ta!ks tie in bunrhes
and hang heads down In the sun to
dry. When quite dry cut off the blos
soms crumble and tie In Japanese
napkins to be used for sachets In tha
linen drawer. Washington Star.
Will euro anv'rasrt rf TTiM
cr Hladder di-oase that is not
beyond tha reach of medicine.
GIVEN UP TO DIV.
t. Spi(rl. !: X. VIrair.iaSi. ETTi!U.
In.!. writn: "t-or oier fmr r 1 w. irmllsl
ILh a Lwim.w n n.l L.i.. j.... 1 . .... ti
ml wianii.i. . i.. ..... ..... . i i
tt hlp rn uU 1 vat trivKu up to FiiWi
Kiiln-y dm wm rwniniml4 r.n i th t:rl
b-ttl me r-wt rrh- m l ftr lk;aj ih
cond UtlS 1 dentimly ture l."
Two Sixes 50 Cents and 51.00
M '!'!. Drug Store.
. r. ; I 1 .
Our entire line of Straw
Matting Remnants will go at
Pound cold boiled flsb to a iaata.
moisten it with a little mayonnaise
sauce; add some hard-boiled egg if
you hae It. lay a lettuce leaf on it
and cover with a second slice of bread
and butter. Stamp Into dainty shapes
and serve. Boston Globe.
One cupful of pineapple juice and
pulp three-fourtfxs enp of anRar the
Jolce of a lemon. Cook all together
until thick. let cool and ptad ou
lady-flngera or spange-dropj : res to-
$:ber ia iira Hoosehold.
An improvement over all
Cough Lung and Bronchial
Remedies. Cures Coughs
Strengthens the Lungs and
Gently Moves the Bowels.
Pleasant to ths taste and
good alike for Young and Old.
tttit L':.:':i Ci CI!:i;3. U. I. i.
Sold by A. r. Ow.a
This is a rare chance for you to buy at less than wholesale and
you better come early as we only have about 500 yards and it
will not not last long at these prices.
Furniture (Si Carpet Co.
.mwmwMmm 1 -. . I " ' '
aonETHi.Na new for
We hae ju.st oxned up one of the largest and most up-t-o-date
Music llniscs in tleClicrokee Nation. We have in stock a tine line of
I'iatios O-var. Vio'.iiis (luitars Mandolias."" Accordions Harps
Strings for all kinds of Instruments. Ako a full line of cases repairs
and sheet music. We are not. from Missouri but we are bens with tba
frooiis to s!ow vou. We are located tbree ri.xirs north of court houa
in MeGeo-e building
'r Sa' af r;r'' T':. r
Vinita I. T.
O. W. ANNIS
H. R. Miller & Co.
Granitoid aud Stoue Sidewalks.
Can put your sidewalks ia Cheaper than
anyone else ia the city.
See samp'e's of both kinds at Walton
Ucc't fail to see ear stone rou will Sad
none Ivettet aud none it'f so catwg.
II. R. MILLER Mtaa-er
Olce at TYiUoa Lusibir C.
Viaiu I T.
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 288, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1904, newspaper, September 8, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774604/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.