The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 209, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 7, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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MOUtiKS TO KENT One 8-1 (join tioueu to
rent witti oi.e halt acre iMrdn. Apply here.
A WAM'KD (ilrl for general
V Mrs. L i '. I'urker.
WANTED Two traveling s ilmrae.'i: r
er month and expenses. t.i A'H-'i'U'H Cider
t u. M. Louis Mo. "Ul-'J
FUR KKNT-A neat thri't
Appiy In VV. II. Depue.
All kinds of salt fish at Zeno's. tf
All kinds seed potatoes. Zeno. 33-tf
W. W. Dudley went to the country
The Ov Is had a pleasant dance last
See the line of floor oil cloth at Fra
Grayson Wills was in from White
fi Chas. Keys of Uig creek was in
V WAN 'ft: I) UliitiiB room Klrl. Experience
if not necessary. Mem Restaurant. 204-'.iHt
I LOCAL NOTES'
I i town this morning.
The Chieftain will print your job
I Fred Itenick is assisting at the Jum
f bo grocery store.
Train service on all the roads is be
in?: gradually restored.
For fresh garden seeds of all kinds
'Yo to Zeno. 23-tf
' IJadgett-Sanders sold thirty crates
!. of strawberries yesterday.
f Charlie Poole and Henry Clark were
I l.-e from Chelsea today.
A new line of leather novelties at
y 'ople's Irug Store.
').. .... .....
Mrs. James Kt-11 returned to
t home at Chelsea this afternoon.
The Neosho river is two feet over
the wagon bridge at Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Khea are visit
ing at Mammoth Springs Ark.
Special prices on dried fruits this
week at Empire Cash Grocery UOtitf
Fred Walker and Mr. Seals were
down from Afton on business today.
Michigan double strength pure ap-
i pie vinegar at Empire Cash Grocery.
Mrs. W. J. Sims and little daugh-
ter Emma are visiting at Chelsea.
' Bed room In Gray-Halsell building
fio rent at 5 per month. Apply here.
I August Schliecker Is home from a
I tvTo weeks business trip to Cape Ger-
1 irdeau Mo.
"t; ' Johu S. Thotnason anl L. B. Bell
iere among the arrivals from Table-
'q ;ah Inst night.
I Try our Kenwood club cheese. Gen-
' t nine Xew York full cream. Empire
i Cash Grix-ery. 2'tf
Miss Luciie Adams of Independ-
I eiice Mo. is visiting the family of
! Kev. J K. Pershing
j rr. Kvie BonduraM. physician and
) surgeon. Phone tN Empire block
Vli.it a I. T. 13-tf
i A tiUiiiher of teachers have U-en
kept aay from the Normal at Tahle-
.uh on account of high water.
No K'ood health link- the kidneys
are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes
I the kidneys right. Sold by People's
J drug store. dw
i II. M. Williams turned his horses
I loos to irraze while he fished a few
days ago and they st rayed away and
18 lias not seen them since.
Mi-vs lona Miller will do your fancy
dre-. making at reasonable prices.
Come and soe me at my home on South
Smith street. l-tf
Twenty-two carloads of potatoes
passed through Vinita yesterday go
in west. They were shipped by the
Jersig Produce Co. of Houston Texas.
Highest market price paid for coun
'y produce at Empire Cash Grocery.
I am prepared to supply all of Madam
file's remedies at my home. Mrs
j j U. C. V. Reuaioa.
...' For the C. C. V. Uenniun at Nash
...t Hie Tenn. June K IT and is the
''t'r.. K. & T. will make the following
urates: Going and returning via Mem
his Tenn. W.n.'i: going and return
ig via !t. Louis. ?). o: point via
iernphis and returning via M. Louis.
:: . M. E. II klms Ag t.
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j Lit4 K cbp ur your mney bck.
fa h'i x. Tit vrinina fc't;t itimttJ C l 1!.
J 3t-T..n Remedy Co. Ch:cro or N.Y. jgfl
and have the Ice Cream wagon deliv
er what Ice-cream ycu want.
No Ice Cream
delivered on Sunday unless ordered by
Vmita Ice Cream Co
B. H. Hester was over from Chelsea
on business today.
No old goods everything new at
Empire Cash Grocery. 20(itf
Miss Jessie Daniel is at Tahlequah
attending the Normal.
If you want a cab telephone Webb
Brothers. 'Phone 82.
Foreman McClellan passed through
today enroute home from Springfield
Try a sack of Our Choice flour; every
sack guaranteed to be as good as the
best. Zeno. 33-tf
Lafavette Keen brother-in-law of
J. Newcomb was visiting here today
enroute home from St. Louis.
I). B. Stutsman Is having a new
sidewalk put down in front of his resi
Cream Crisp the best of all break
fast foods try it. Empire cash gro
Blue Ellis of the Badgett-Sanders
mercantile establisement is taking a
two weeks vacation.
J. C. Starr Ewing HalsellandCapt
G. S. White came home from Tahle-
quah today via Monett.
If you want the best meats you will
find them at Zono's both homegrown
and Kansas City meats. Phone "9. tf
Butler Bushy head was here today
en route home from Columbia Mo.
where he has been attending school.
On the first indication of kidney
trouble step it by taking Foley's Kid
ney Cure. People's drug store dw
For picnics and lunches use Libby's
canned meats. They are the best
Empire Cash Grocery. 2oitf
On June 9 the Katy will make a
rate of 7.t0 to St. Louis and return.
Good on all regular trains. 2o4-123
Herman Killibrew is in from Checo-
tah visiting his parents. He will leave
for TarsoiiS today to have Ids eyes
Miss Winnie Meredith is prepared
to do all kinds of fancy dressmaking
at her home on South Wilson street
opposite C. S. jail. hiO tf
Mrs. Wilbur of Muskogee a sister
of Mrs. Wade is presiding over the
latter's home during her visit to the
It is said Homer Needles has offered
his resignation as clerk in the allot-
ment division of the land ortlce at
Albums showing views of the St.
Louis World's Fair can be bought of
the Katy ajsent for 2.5c These albums
are a!solufely free from all advert is-1
Miss Claudie Little returned last
night from Tihlcniah where she had
been to witness the closing exercises
of the Female seminary.
Chionie bronchial troubles and sum-
mer coughs can be quickly relieved
and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar.
People's drug store. dw
Fred E. Smith of the Midland Sav
ings and Trust Company of Denver
Colorado is in the city to organize
branch office for the company.
Lee Webb had a runaway today that
came near being disastrous. The
bupiry tongue came down and the
team became immanagable and threw
the driver out bruising him consider
W. T. Wade and wife and Miss May
Bluejacket were unable to get off to
St. Louis yesterday on account of the
train service and left at 10:4" today
over the Frisco. They will be gone a
w eek or more.
Ed Benard and little daughter
Lallah arrived yesterday from Pais-
selville Ark. to visit friends here
Miss Lallah will spend a week visiting
Helen Anderou while her father goes
It. E. B. Frayser went to Miami
this afternoon to see about the toll
bridge in which he is a stockholder
and which Is in danger of ling wash
ed away by the high waters of the
Tax on Babie
Kxtreme hot weather is a great tax
upon the digestive power or babies:
when puny and feeble they should lie
given a few doses of hue s C ream
Vermifuge the childrens' tonic. It
will stimulate and facilitate the di
gestion of thlr food so that they
soon become st rong. healthy and act
ive. L')C at People's drutr store dw
During the summer kidney irregu
larities are often caused by excessive
drinking or be.ng overheated. Attend
to the kidneys rt once by using Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure. Sold by People's
drug store. dw
To mountain lake and seaside re
sorts. On sale beginning June 1st. See
Katy's agent for particulars.
C. Brandon formerly of the
Miami Herald was in the city Thurs-
day with a view of locating here.
Mrs.n.A.Abney and children visited
her mother Mrs. J. C. Trott in Vi-
Miss Pvosa Smith of Seneca visited
her sister Miss Alice here Sunday
L. II. Storm of the firm of Deed &
Storm is in St. Louis this week buy-
in goods for their fall and summer
Miss Maggie Allen of Oseuma spent
Sunday In the city the guest of Miss
W. II. Curtis and T M. Beynolds
purchased the Alton telephone ex
change yesterday consideration $3500.
Rev. J. L. Duncan preached in Fair-
W. II. Kornegay of Vinita one of
the leading legal lights of the North-
ern district was In the city Wednes-
day. The work on Dr. Jas. R. Dawson
and Bros' three story brick and stone
building is Hearing completion. This
building will be one among the best
three story buildings in the Cherokee
nation 50 foot by 100 feet deep.
The work on the M. h. church new
brick church has been commenced
and will 1 ready for use about August
1st 1!)04. It will add greatly to the
improvement of Main street and also
to the city.
Miss Lola Ward left for Tahlequah
Saturday to attend Normal but re
turned home Sunday on account of
the washout on the railroad.
The Cumberland Presbyterian par
sonage is near completion. They also
have the foundation in for a large
Henry R. Livingstone who has been
an invalid from the effect of paralysis
for the past three years Is growing
more feeble and it seems only a mat
ter of a short time until the end. Mr.
Livingstone is one of Afton's leading
citizens and himself and family have
the sympathy of the community in
their sore trial.
Darrongh Hardware to Sell.
Messrs. Klinfeltner and McCaskill
the former of St. Louis and the latter
of Joplin are negotiating for the pur-
chase of the Darrough Hardware store
ith good prospects of a trade. The
Stevenson I urniture establishment
may also change hands going to the
Van Stuart and wife came down
from Miami today to attend the fun-
eral of Mrs. Louise Fisher which will
take place tomorrow.
FRISCO TIME CARD.
IT'-. 'live un and after Sunday April 241j4.
FKISCO GOING KAST
Train i'.l. Meteor Kanst'ity 12:41 a h
Train 41-2. Eastern Kxoreas :I5 o m
Train 4!4. Meiriir .1 :oA a w
rin4i ifxm 7:itO:i
Train 41 f Kamas City Accom 3.00 d m
rsisco OOl.MJ WKS1
Train 41. Meteor 1:00 am
Train 411 Oklahoma Ex press 11:50 a m
'1 ralo 4IS Meteor 1 :5 a m
Train 41.). Texa 8:1.1p m
Arrive Vlntt i
Train 417. Vinita Accoru 11:40 am
W. H DECK. Local Agent.
The World's Greatest
The World's Sweetest
Sale Greater to tlii) World's Mnct
ci Otter SMe Soaps.
Sold Wherever Civilization Has
Millions of the world's best people
use CaUcors Soap assisted by Cnticora
Ointment the great tkin cure for pre-
serving purifying tnd beautifying the
skin -r cleansing the scalp of crusts
scales and dandruff and the stopping
of falling balr for softening whiten-
ing and soothing red rongh and sore
bands for baby rashes itchings and
chaflngs for annoying Irritations or
too fre or offensive perspiration for
ulcerative weaknesses and many sana-
tive antiseptic purposes which readily
suggest themselves to women espe-
cially mothers as well as for all the
purposes of the toilet bath and nursery.
CuUcura Soap combines delicate
emollient properties derived from CuU-
cura the great skin cure with the
purest of cleansing ingredients and the
most refreshing of flower odours. No
other medicated soap erer compounded
Is to be compared with it for preserv-
ing purifying and beautifying the skin
scalp balr and hands. No other foreign
or domestic toilet soap however
expensive. Is to be compared with It for
all the purposes of the toilet bath and
nursery. Thus it combines In one soap
at one price the most effective akin and
complexion soap and the purest and
sweetest toilet bath and nursery soap.
SVd thntufhrot th rtifn IUlat 90m.
liB fonw l t : Cotf-l P i. I. ft v-ftl of k
inonal fine. lv: L4tVn. fr Chartof
l N'l '''. I U d ! tVx iU.it n iv lo.uB-
fctt' A P3r Vm4 k Own Cp . PrOM.
Er. N. FLatcliff Mer. Co.
International Bank and
We Solicit T5he
Savings Deposits 0
3 Per Cent. Paid on Saving and Time Deposits
We have safety deposit boxes to keep your valuable papers safe from fire or burglars.
Call and see our vaults.
We also have an Abstract department equipped to show
J. W. ORR Alanager.
A CAR OF GLOBE
Best in the Market
Try it if you have
not already j j
Where Do You Buy Feed?
Here is the
get it only
per hundred. Flour
and Shorts in pro-
portion j ' jt
Vinita fleat Store
H. R. Miller & Co.
Granitoid and Stone Sidewalks.
Can put your sidewalks in Cheaper than
anyone else in the city.
See sample's of both kinds at Walton
Don't fail to see our stone you will find
none better and none half so cheap.
II. R. MILLER Manager
Office at Walton Lumber Co.
Vinita I. T.
We are making a strong: bid for the
ladies' $2 50 shoe business and have
crowded the iine until we can show5
you 18 styles in this priced shoe and
slippers. All leathers welted and
turned soles. We can surely please
you in style the value we guarantee
OF VINITA IND. TER.
Business men and
Clerks and book-keepers ;
Mechanics and laborers ;
Sewing girls and housekeepers ;
Married women and single women ;
Young people and children.
Northern District Court Dates.
I VINITA -
TA H 1.F.QCA H :
Third Monday la March.
First Mor day In March.
Fourth NonduTlin November
Fourth Mondy la February.
First Mondsy in Keeemhsr
Second Monday ! March
Second Monday to December
Ihlrd Monday In April
First Monday In Jinu iry
F;rt Moad tr In ADrii
DAVIDSON Sec'y and Treas.
professional men ;
you just how your title stands.
A. K. WILDER Cashier.
$1.25 Per Crate
are as cheap as they will be this sea-
son if you intend preserving any
leave your order at once. You will
get Nice Fresh StocK.
Don't forpet we handle only Kan-
sas City corn fed
Our large new refrigntoris in place
iinu we are prepared 10 lurmsh you
meats that you can eat without a
frown. Also spring chickens.
of all kinds are fresh and reasonable
in piice. We respectfully solict your
patronage guaranteeing full weights
and every thing as represented.
We pay cash for country produce.
Curd Grocery & Market
(Weir Bros old stand. Phone Kit.)
Joe Davis' Barber Shop
T have just furnished my shop
with new up-to-date furni-
ture and have refitted the bath
rooms making of this shop
one of the finest in the Indian
Territory. Call and see us.
JOE DAVIS Proprietor.
Sonth of P. O. Opp Golden Rnle.
Strawtarry Carnival at Naosho
Jnna 9 d iO.
For above occasion the Frisco will
sell excursion tickets to Neosho and
return at rate cf ll.To fsr round trip.
Pates of sale. June Pth and 10th. Final
return limit June 11.
W. I. Deck Agt.
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