The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 209, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 7, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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Telephone No. 292 Prompt Delivery
Ready for Business
EMPIRE CASH GROCERY
HUBBARD CD. GREEN
New .Store New Firm New Goods
Complete line of Staple and
Fancy Groceries at Prices
that are Right.
CIGARS CONFECTIONS FEED
W. I. Davenport & Sons
Staple and Fancy
With every Dollar's worth you buy you will receive a nice
FAN free. Call and see us.
Cheap for Cash
Library Anociatioo to Entertain.
The ladies of tlie Library Associa-
tion Lave decided to give a lawn fete
on Thursday evening of this week at
the home of Mrs. W. E. liaise. Ice
cream and cake will be served. A
donkey for the children will be pro-
vided and an evening of fun is assured.
Let all who want to aid the ladies in
maintaining the public library attend.
Vinita Attorney Wed..
A few friends of M. M. Edmiston
are known to the fact that he will
wed Mrs. Eunice Pasco of St. Louis
this evening at the home of A. J.
Neimeyer St. Louis president of the
Monarch Lumber Co. After visiting
the Worlds fair Mr. Edmiston and
wife and Miss Verna will take rooms
at the cohere dormitory for the sum
mer and board with Mrs. Gatewood.
Editor Dick Arrested.
C. J. Dick editor of the Fort Gib-
son Demophone has been arrested on
a grand jury indictment charging him
with criminal libel. The action was
Drought by J. S. Holden of the Fort
f'il ii- 1. mi . 1 .. . 1
vjjusuij x osL. ine two carried on an
exceedingly bitter newspaper fight for
some time and the arrest of Diclf is
the culmination of t he trouble.
Who Goes There?
U. C. V. REUNION
Nashville June 14-16
VERYILOW ROUND TRIP RATES
It WJK''W: rl
St. Louis may be Included in return trip at small
Full information on request.
I GEO. H. LEE G. P. & T. A. I. S. McNALLY D. P. A.
Lit'U Rock Ark. Oklahoma City
Missouri. Kansas &.
TIME OF TRAINS
Vinita I. T.
THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN
IN THE NORTH
AND ALL POINT8 BEYOND.
No. 2 Express (Jail) 12:19 a. m
No. 6 "'Katy Flyer" gtopi at
Important points on'y . .dally 6:2-2 p.m.
No. 4. Mall and Kxprets.. dally 9:15 a. m
No. .V. Local... ex. Sun. 12.01 p.m.
No. 1. Ex preen dally 4:15 a.m.
No. 5. "Katy Flyer." stops at
Important poln's only ..dally 9:45 a.m.
No. 1. Mail and Express. .dally 7:27 p.m.
No. 57. Local ex. Pun. 12:01 p.m.
The Most Direct
Route from either north
or south to the Famous
Health R e s ort and
is via the
' nil ' ' 4M . .
Descriptive literature concerning
this delightful resort furnished
upon appication to
Passenger Traffic Department
The I. O. O.F. Elect Officers.
At a meeting of the I. O. O. F. held
ast night the following officers were
selected for the ensuing term it be-
ing the regular semi-annual election
meeting: John Webb N. G.; J. TV.
Cunningham V. G.; Capt. F. J. Bar
ret and Dr. J. W. Craig trustees; T.
TV. Cook secretary.
New Officer Elected.
ihe local Masonic lodge at a meet
ing held Monday night elected the
following officers to serve for one year:
August Schleicker W.M.; TVm. Simms;
S. W.. Henry Miller J. TV.; Tom Col-
lins treasurer; J. II. Butler secreta ry
Hot Weather Weakness.
If you feel fagged out listless and
lacking in energy you are peahaps
suffering from the debiliating effects
of summer weather. These symptoms
indicate that a tonic is needed what
will create a healthy appetite make
digestion perfect regulate the bowels
and impart natural activity to the
liver. This Herbine will do; it is a
tonic laxative and restorative. II. J. I
Freegard Propr. Grand View Hotel
Chaeney Kan. writs: "I have used
Herbine for the last 12 oears and no-
thing on earth can beat it. It was
recommended to me by Dr. Newton
Newton Kan." 50c at People's drug
Cheap Rates Over the Katy. (
Sunday excursion tickets on sale
each Saturday after 9 p. m. commenc
ing Saturday Aril 30 one fare for the
round trip to all points where the reg
ular one way fare is $1.50 and less.
Eeturn limited to Sunday following
Saturday on which tickets are sold.
ill be on sale each Saturday until
TO WORLD S FAII
The M. K. & T. has announced day
coach excursions during the World's
Fair at dates given at different times.
iicwets soia u per cent or one way
fare for round trip which makes the
price from Vinita to St. Louis and re
turn $7.55. First date of sale of these
tickets May 21 return limit seven
days from date of sale.
Was Wasting Away
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts of Salem Mo. is instructive.
I have been troubled with kidney
disease for the last five years. I lost
flesh and never felt well and doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief.
I inally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and less than two bottles coir. f lately
cured me and I am now souui ar. J
well." People's drug store. d
The Pleasures of Outdoor Life
Made possible by the warmer weather-
will be greatly increased by the right kind of footwear.
Our line is well assorted the latest approved patterns
arfd prices in keeping with our motto.
Ladies will be interested in our showing of Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Slippers and Low Shoes.
Ladies' Shoes $1.00 to $3.50
Misses' Shoes $1.00 to'$1.75
Children's Shoes 75c to $1.50
Uye (GoMeo Rusle
"The Store Where a DOLLAR Goes The Farthest"
1 -u II.
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; ti.e t
World's Fair Excursion.
For above occasion Frisco wi.'l ell
excursion tickets to St. Louis and re-
turn at a low rate of I7.;0. Tickets
on sale dune 9th only. I inn. return
limit June l!th l!X4. Not in
parlor or sleeping cars.
W. H. Deck. Aji.
At : Schliecker's : Jewelry : Store
We have added many new patterns to our large line of Solid ('old Kings
all of which we sell at a uniformly low price based in every instance upon
their actual worth. If you want a MJOI) ring of any kind plain engraved
or set ring our very complete stock will afford you the moi-t gratifyiug ftld
for selection. " "
Plain Solid Cold Rings from 82. OO to 810.00
Ladies' Solid Gold Smt Rings from 81. 50 to 815. OO
Ladies' Engraved Bnd Ring's from 91. OO to 85. OO
. Cents' Solid Cold Ring's from 83. OO to $15. OO
Solid Gold Ring' for the Baby only 50c
South Wilson Street. AUgUSt Schl.eCkei Jeweler and Optician.
n st ran;
1 ..ic smut
Rj pa nee h;
U'e or !o
J 1 i'c l t
I l'cr at
s:vf ? .
it. r than
I n! :t f
BAIN & WEBBER
Also carAnclior rWvie iut received.
Call aod see them hef'ire rmyiritf. Wi:i
(ive you I etter fal'ie f ir y.tjr morey
VINITA AND CHELSEA.
For sale at Ftcp'e's drug store
BADGETT & MTLFORD
P. O.VIMTA. r. T.
l"U U 3 R
C3 CO On r'.sbt hip ni :ie near hck.
C'fs eJ younrer cattle 3 M i
All Oilier cuttle re t:lj-if n :-d mixh '
left ht:Oiiaet or ioe. Vo-itrr ' ottl
mrk(Hi under h:f crop rljijt :. j ncdro;t '
World's Fair Rat..
F.ound trip tickets on sale daily from
April 15 to Nov. 15 l'.tl final Return
limit Iec. 15 1!W4. at J17.30.
yjii saje aany April ij to .Nov. 20.
return limited to 30 or no days. 14 40
Onsaledaiiv. April 27 to N'rv. 25
1W4. return limit 15 davs from H.it
01 sa.e 1 . .
M. E. Helms. Apt..
M. K. Ac T. K'y.
A pood prescription
The 5-cent packet is" enmii for
usual occa.s;ons. The family bottle
(OO cents) contains a sappy for a
year ah dn.-pjrists sea them dw
WEBB BROS.' D
attended day and
e meet ail trams.
So. Wilson St. Vinita I. T.
Pasture on Rorir Crek.
Jea'iqaar'er are atfirm. t M
tit of cubio Crc. Hri trie;
If you have kidr.ey or ):i
b.e arrf do r.ct l.- Foley
Cure yon will have only
blade for revult. a- ;t
cures al! f&rrs cf kidr.ty ar. 1
diasts. Fecp.'e's dr.p &t.:e.
The Cobb Hotel
o5 Barber Shop
Is now the leading shop in the
town. Evervthirir is strictly
first -class. e are prepared
to do arythiiitf in the tonsorial
line. Give us a call.
FINLEY and HAWKINS.
R. L. I; AG BY
I'llYSICIAN & SUIH.EOM
Office in new Batcliil bid;. I 'hone 101
d Vinita I. T.
Makes Kiviaevs aad biaddr VQta
For sa e at Fecplt's d"ip t?i.
Fcr i'e tv Fe-p t dr g s'crt.
H. F. WATSON
Cleaner and Dyer
Vinita 1. TV
Ladles i!kt and 5atin Centf Weir
ol all kiadt.
(Mellette & Smith)
Booms 1 2 and 3 rostoWee building
d Vinita I rid. Ter.
ine only exclusive eve. ear and nose
rpeciai-t in lerntory
Eyes treated and pla.ss-s properly fitted
a C):l:ce at drujrstore. Vinit
- f.ot lilt
PJIABLES W. DAY I. D
ni.i 1 1 1
'u.i 1.1 iron iim ifnufe work a S-Oia!-
"n-ce over nrt ational Bank.
a inita. I. T.
E.A. STUBBLEFIELD. D.M.D.
Ofiice rpp's.fe rton'ce in Grav-IIal-d
K-ll b.dh' Vinita
J. W. CRAIG n. D..
Physician and Surgeon
CSce ursrairs ov-r Cherokee National
Vinita ltd. Tcr.
TTn n v t- . f t r
Booms;) and 10 new I!n!se!l bui:drv? lr
Vinita I. T. ; W'MM
Davenport & Hall. Attornevs-at-Lu''1"'1 joint ;
d Bank hid Ciaremore I. T. f L rs aff r
ITry A L 1 r.i 1'. 1LUMLEY
Koa.t U and 1(1 AtUntlc Kai;d!i:
WA?HINGfON. I) f.
Spe. ln ;tm'n tlven to ennt.teii
nefi.re the Lan.l Oft..- .n! ... ....i
riEOBGE W. GBEEN. M. D I
BIIYSICIAN AND SCBj
Vt.MTA ISO. T'T
Office over P.O. Bcs. Hotel Gre-
Office at residehce: (Vru:rej:atiori
i arvinnc". inita
Telephone Number 2.:i
We cure B'itunnifivm Cons'
I'aralvsix. Malaria. r!ito h
of the Eve. EiiiiL'v n :lr'
Kidneys etc. Di-avs i.f wr.ir.pii-
eaes of the Blcod arr'IXfrvous
tm Ioslocaf ions etc. c
J To Se
O'-t a Kat
t-ed in co!
I . ' i mU
I v -nd
1 ' ny alb
W. B. McDanlcI M. D.
Big Caliia. 14. Ttr. '
Physician and Surge
Callt Aairtd Dy r Sight .
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 209, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 7, 1904, newspaper, June 7, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774825/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.