The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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NUTS FRUITS HOT
DRINKS FRESH BREAD
PIES and CAKE.
FINE LINE of CANDIES
FOR NEW YEAR PRES-
ENTS IN FANCY BOXES.
GIVTi US YOUR ORDER.
Kandy Kitchen and
Second door south of Postoflice.
Ufntta Conservatory of
IU. IU. tflora prln.
rUlaell KM. Over VotrUc
j AH b-nche$ of Mu-
I sic taught in urtiul-
l Iv giidod counts.
! ua&tt direction of
CU or private instruction. Forcat-
alogue and further information call at
conservatory or address
WALTER W. FL .RA Principal
Vinita Conservatory ot Music
Vmiia Ind. Tc.
Not until I o'et to
Where I can g'et
f.lissouri. Kansas &
t'l Texas Railway.
J. 5 TIME OF TRAINS
Visit a. I. T.
THE RiGNt TRilS OETfttEM
I LOCAL NOTES
Dr. (J. 1). Meredith returned from a
professional call to Catale last night.
Dr. Essie Bowlurant lady physician
and surgeon. Phone 280 Empire block
room 8 Vlni ta I. T. 204-tf.
T. L. Soper returned from Atoka
E. O. Stevenson will buy your sec-
ond hand furniture. 89tf
II. A l'aul was here from Muskogee
this morning returning on the flyer.
Phone 54 and get some white elk.
Roberts & Martin. 74-tf
J. F. Brown was among the Coffey-
vllle visitors in this city this morning.
Furnished Rooms to Rent Apply to i
Mrs. L. E. Hutchens West Illinois
Edward Dowell was up from Chelsea
Cab will answer calls at all hours
day or night. E. M. Stokes 'phone
P. W. Watklns of Chelsea was vis
iting friends in this city this forenoon
Special Council Moating;.
A special meeting of the city coun-
cil Is being held this afternoon. Tho
object of the meeting was to consider
the question of setting telephone and
electric light poles along the streets.
Some trouble has already arisen In
this connection and the council hopes
to settle the question as soon as pos-
sible. A Night Alarm
Worso than an alarm of fire at night
Is the brassy cough of croup which
sounds like the clldren's death knell
and it means death unless something
is done quickly. Foley's Honey and
Tar never fails to crive instant relief
and quickly cures the worst forms of
croup. Mrs Jt'. u. uoraier or Mann-
ington Ky. writes: "My three year
olJ girl had a severe case of croup;
the doctor said she could not live.
got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
the first dose gave quick relief and
saved her" life." Refuse substitues.
For stld at Peoples Drug Store dw
Dan Russell the mau who has been
suffering with brain fever at the fed-
eral jail the past week died yester-
i. fJii it l . -H - i
Owing to the storms preventing; many
i from attending our Great Salvage Sale
we will continue the same prices this
day afternoon. He will be buried at
16 lbs granulated sugar 81.00 Satur-the citv cemetery this afternoon.
IN THE NORTH IM TEXAS .
HD 111. liUiflt"M
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day. Roberts & Martin. Phone 54
Dudley Ellis manager of the tele
phone exchange at Tulsa is in Viulta
If you want a cab 'phone 40 day or
C. II. Hesscr of Muskogee was a
at the Cobb hotel guest last night.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the
cough caused by attack of la grippe.
It heals the lungs. Sold by Peoples
John Williams is an Afton visitor in
Mrs. O. Masteis is quite sick with
The most reliable preparation for
kidney troules on the market is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Peoples Drug
Mrs D. II. Wilson has been sick the
past few days.
Miles Chastain was discharged from
tha Jail today under $1000 bond.
Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption if neglected. They can
soon be broken up by aslng Foley's
Honey and Tar. Sold by Peoples Drug
Bert Chandler will return from
Mrs. Clarence Preisig returned to
her home at Big Cabin last night.
Mothers can safely give roley's
Honey and Tar to their children for
couglis and colds for it contains no
opiates or other poisons. Sold by Peo-
ples Drug Store. dw
Wm. Thompson has a ick boy.
Dr. L. Bugby drove to the country
Coal is selling at fourteen cents to
day a reduction of one cent per bushel
from the selling price of yesterday.
Kidney com pi int Kills more people
than any other disease. This is due
to the disease being so insidious that
it gets a good hold on the sstem be
fore it is recognized. Foley's Kidney
Cure will prevent the development of
fatal disease It taken in time. Sold
by Peoples Drug Store. dw
J. P. Scott was in Oswego jesterday
lleber Skinner and Prjor Farley re-
turned this morning from Vian where
they had been for several days on busi-
nea Theheullh'anJf radiance and strength
of I he great pine forests are condensed
hi Pineules a new discovary put up
in a new way. A cure for all 'kidney
bky) an 1 hl.id kr diseases backache
lumbago and every form of rheuma-
tism. I'inciilcs rid the system of im
purities Sold by A. P. Owens d
Harold J. Bryan and Armstrong Mc-
Carty of Salem O. who hare been
visiting at Muskogee for several weeks
are in this city. They are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Depue.
Dr. B. F. Fortner returned last
night from Talala where ho had been
on professional business.
Fok-y's Honey arid Tar is best for
croup and whooping cough contains
no opiate's and cures quickly. Care-
ful mothers keep it in the hou. Sold
hv Peoples Drug Store. dw
N. Rich was among the Chelsea-
it t s in this city today.
A letter received by Harry Mitchell
this morning from Charley i!son at i
1'awine . T. states that he is going
to Western Texas in the near future
to seek a location where his failing
health may !c improved.
A good prescription
The 5-cent packet is enough ior
usual occasions. The family bottle
(bo cents) contains a supply for 1
year. All drutrtrists sell them.dw
Mrs. S. R. Frazee is suffering with
an attack of la grippe.
Geo. Lee a telephone lineman has
been transferred to Atoka as local
ManZau is the Pile Remedy that
reaches the spot and stops all pile pain
instantly. If "you suffer with blind
bleeding itching or protruding piles
and want to be cured it is only neces
sary to use ManZan the great pile
cure. A. P. Oweus. d
Miss Emma Hayes
with heart trouble.
;rrs Is threatened with
Is quite sick
To cure Constipation and Liver trou
bles by gently moving the bowels and
acting as a tonic to the liver take
Little Early Risers. These Famous
Little Pills are mild pleasant and
harmless buteffective and sure. Their
universal use for many years is a
st rong guarantee of their popularity
and usefulness. Sold by Peoples drug
The two-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Thompson is quite sick
Mrs. Chas. B. Rogers has been very
sick the past several days with the
grip anfl other complaints.
Am You Restless at Night.
And harrased by a bad cough;1 Use
Ballard's Horehound Syrup it will
secure you sound sleep and effect a
prompt and radical cure. LVc 50c and
$1.00. Sold by Peoples Drug Store.
It is understood that Bark Cle ve-
land has won his contest on the coal
lauds at Timber Hill.
W. R. Badgett received a telegram
this morning stating that Ins brother
had left Torokah Kev. for this place
to look after his mineral interests
One of Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets
after eating even if you can eat but
little will digest the little' you do eat
and cure Indigestion dyspepsia sour
stomach belching and weak heart. A.
P. Owens. d
Reece Killebrew tleliverymau for
Crosser & Sexton is threatened w ith
Yesterday was the bauner day for
the tax collector; total receipts for the
day amounting to . ."5TS.
Cut prices on ail canned goods Sat-
urday. Kolwrts & Roberts. Phone 5i
J. K. Taylor of the Taylor & Webb
larn is in lied with the grippe.
A son was born to Robert Zimm and
wife yesterday morning.
Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar is
an improvement over all cough lung
and bronchial remedies. It acts on
the towels drives the cold out of the
system cures croup whooping Jcough
wards off pneumonia and strengthens
the lungs Bee's Laxative Honey and
Tar is tli best cough syrup fo- chil-
dren. Tastes good. Sold hv A. P.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson living
southwest of town are both sulTering
I Dr. Fra.pe is on the sick list.
is laid up with the
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FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR Is in
a Yallcw package. Kefu-u suhstltutea
Prtparavd only by
Fiy A Ctmpiny CMcc.
; Rdward Daugherly and wife art the
i parents of a little daughter Ikuii ves-
Sam Ficklin. who has been in bed
for twelve weeks with typhoid fever.
Is now able to sit up and is thought
to tie out of danger.
A young w idow who raised a magtiili-
icent monument over her late hus-
band inscribed upon it "My grief is
too great for me to bear." After her
marriage to a second hutantil urx.;n
her attention lx:itig ca'!ed to the in-
! script Ion slie amended it by adJir?
'the 'vcr-i '-jlcne."
MODERN CREEKS' BELIEFS.
Peasant Classes Still Hold to Old-
Tims Superstitions A Few In-
stances Where They Occur.
"Some of the superstitions of the ohl
mnhological religion still prevail
among the peaaant classes in Greece"
said Dr. George Horton In the Wash-
ington Post. "Nor are tho educated
classes without such beliefs such as
that harm ensues from looking at the
moon over the right shoulder the belief
in the three fates the evil eye the vam-
pires and the nereids is general.
DreBsed in black aad appearing as old
women the fates are supposed to come
down from Olympus-three days after the
birth of a child and to hold a meeting to
determine its fate. Consequently a
table containing many dainties is set
out for their Invisible enjoyment. Es-
pecial caro is taken lest the old ladles
be enraged at not having enough good
things to eat No woman desires to be
left alone after her child is born believ-
ing that the ugly old women may be-
come ejalous and wreak some awful
vengeance. Smut is therefore smerged
on the faces of the youngsters bo that
this Jealousy may not become excited. ;
The young Athenian women frequently ;
go to the ancipiit tombs near Athens
and calling upon the fat's bee them to i
-evea! the identity of th.ir future hus-
bands singing: 'From the io- nf Olym-
pus where are the fates where is my
own fate?' "
Brimson - Patterson
LONG AND SHORT LEAF YELLOW
PINE SHINGLES PLASTERING
MATERIAL ETC. BRICK OF ALL
KINDS. GRAIN BOUGHT & SOLD.
ENGLISH CLING TO LUGGAGE
Britishers Show Antipathy to Being
Separated from Baggage
While on a Tour.
Perhaps the straEciKi raet about the
English on their travels is their antip-
athy to being separated from their lug-
gage. Tho systtmof registration of the
continent an-1 the checks of the Tnitec
States are known to them but pater-
familias believes in seeing for himself
that tho various Hems are labeled end
put into the van. and if a chango ot
trains is Involved his anxiety in spite
cf all assurances knows no bounds. Nor
have the railway companies ecjoycJ
muck support in their efforts to intro-
duce sy stems of collecting and delivering
baggage. Possibly the motor car may
do something to lr.;ak down this preju-
dice and people will icorn that their
treasured personal belongings can be
sent from place to place without their
own supervision and then less cum-
brousand antimiattd methods of dealing
with them will he adopted. For it can
hardly be claimed that tlie four-wheeler
or railway omnibus to the London
terminus. th haud-porterage. th la-
beling and all their attendant worries
are in keeping wit h the faellitira enjoyed
by trayxlers in other n atters.
A reat event will be our offer-
ing of Fancy and Staple Groceries
for the coming week.
in pure foods and all table sup-
plies. 1 he good housekeeper will
rejoice at the quality and prices of
all our groceries. Fancy meats
and potatoes the' best procurable.
Meat & Grocery Store
I0RTH PACIFIC COAST
mm W CM!
M v 1
ms m mum SMt mam
An knproveneat over ell Conjb
Lntg and Bronchial Remedies.
Cores Cecghs Strengtheaa tba
Lcrs gcatly E3Tf the Eawela.
Fkasant ta the taste tzl pod
aliie fir Young aad Old.
tnmf Iff'.' TVlt BtStCISI C 5CkMs ( 1. 4
Sold lay A. 1. Owen.
Very Low Rates in Effect
Daily March ist to May 15
MANY ROUTES FROM WHICH
r'u'l in.".oriii.;t inn en n-t .'t
GEO. II. LEE G. P. A. LktU Rouk. Ark.
S. M.NALLY Dir. Po. Aji.
OW'ir.oTii City. O. T-
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1905, newspaper, February 10, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775195/m1/3/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.