The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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DR. L. BAG BY j
Physician & Surgeon
Office in new Ratcliff bldg. Thono 104
Vinita. I. T.
IIARLES W. DAY D. D. S.
GnXd crown anr triage work a special
lir. OtSoe over i'ir&l National Bank
Vinita I. 7.
kR. I. V. CRAIG
Physician and Surgeon
Oilloe upstairs over PostofBc.
Phone 209. Vinita Ind. Ter.
ATTORNEY . AT -LAW
Rooms 4 5 and 6 Halsell building
d Vinita Ind Ter
TAMES S. DAVENPORT
Rooms and 10 new HalseU building
vmiu i. x.
Davenport & Hall Attorneys-atLaw
d Bank bldg Claremore I. T
Joe Davis Barber Shop
I ha . just furnished my shop
with new up-to-date furni-
ture and have refitted the hath
roomi making of this shop
one of the finest in the Indian
Territory. Call and see us.
JOE DAVIS Proprietor
South of P. O. Oop Golden Role.
Office at residence: Congregational
Telephone Is umber 299
We cure Rheumatism Constipation
Paralysis Malaria Diabetes diseases
of the Eye Lungs Heart Stomach
Kidneys etc. Diseases of women; dis-
eases of th Blood and Nervous sys-
em Dislocations eta dw
0. A. WISE.
Typewriting - Reporting.
Muskogee Ind. Ter.
HAY . GRAIN
CHAMPION SHOT COMING.
Oh of the Beat Shete la the United
States Will Here.
Three lines in this column two
times for 2$c seven words Make a line.
Cash must accompany order. No ad
taken for Uss than 25c
WHY IT PAYS
TO ADVERTISE IN
It is in its 23rd year.
It has a aaily.and weekly circu-
lation throughout the two territor-
ies which are soon to be the new
It reaches all the inland towns
and goes where the drummer and
agent cannot go.
It is eagerly sought after by
prospective settlers in this country;
people looking for a home a posi-
tion or a business opening.
An ad in Its columns will work
more effectively and persistently
than any personal solicitor you can
employ it will work longer hours
asking no pay for overtime.
The Chieftain is the best adver-
tising publication in this latitude
at this time and will continue to
be chief and best for many years
a. w-.n ff .MltiMi1 Mvalin. lilMmU to
WAfini' " -
nil eroekorr rlaaawan end unwarato the general
. .- . HAniM with nntla-
Uon. Taomaa Broa.. Baltimore Hi. 9S-MI
1.1-11. I"'-"- i.'. i. o C
laarhM ran the barber tradu in from o to 8 weeka
- j.. . . . . it.
aad oarant poaivioaa. nui. re..
Frazee Hardware Company rceived
the following letter from W. II. Herr
one of the worlds champion shots:
My company has asked me to visit
your town and shoot with your club.
I will be in Muskogee for a few days
about Saturday Feb.' 11 and can get
to your town Tuesday or Wednesday
kindly write me at Muskogee and let
me know when you can get the boys
out tosiiooU Very truly yours
W. II. IlEKE.
Cures Without Stomach Dosing-
Hyomai Cure Catarrh by Simply
Breathing The Peoples Drag Store
Cefund Mun-v it It Fails to Cure.
w i wr?rk nu.hl. ainerretiR eolieitor to take
order' in Vinita I re eoffeea teaa etc. Liberal
rommlMion; all goodi guaranteed. Address Tea
Co. eare chieftain. o-
RUSSIAN CAVALRY BARRACKS
Long Distance phone 2"9.
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD.D.M.O
Offlce in McGeorge building Vinita.
W. B. McDaniel. M. D.
Big Cabin lad. Ter.
Physician and Surgeon.
Carle Aeawerea Day er Nlfhlt.
O. C. Amundson M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Thone 233. Calls answered day or
night. Office in McGeorge building.
rhe only exclusive eye ear and nose
Specialist in Territory
and classes rjroDerly fitted
d Office at drugstore VinlU
City Cab Lirie
CALLS A X SWEREI T A T.'A LL
"IIODU.S-DAY OR N1GILT.
Office 'phono 40 Residence
The Soldiers ' Quarters Are Plainly
Furnished and Kept Scrupu-
Near the woods across the plains
a number of low wooden buildings'
that looked like sheds and which were
an inmnsnifuioua that thev would have
been unseen had not the music of tie
hni?! attracted the casser-by. says the
Newark News. The officers' quarters
were in front quite apart from the mes's
barracks which were ranged in a
straieht row with the stables bebintt. 1
The rooms were filled with hundreds 01
little beds each bed having a ham mat-1
tress one pillow and a coarse woolen
blanket for covering. Underneath thu
bed the springs do not give was the
rldlpr's box containing his kit. All
through the room at regular intervals
there hung the picture of the czar who
colored chromoa of the heroes and saints
in picturesque attire. j
The ceilings were very low and Aha
windows few and far between tut every-
thing Is kept scrupulously clean. The
kitchens In back have large brick ovens
where the black t.-ead is baked Bnd the
huge pieces of meat are cooked. Largs
copper caldrons shining like suns are
always on the stove making soup for
the Russian army observes two fast days
every week Wednesday and Saturday
when lentil soup nd black bread com-
prises the dinner. Ti:e favorite drink of
the soldiers is water with rye bread
soaked In it. which gives It a delicate 1
flavor and quenches thirst Their day
is filled with drills and work when they
are taught to ride their horses and fight
with or without them. At night the
regiment takes a walk before turning in
and es. they walk the soldiers always
sing the sad melodious songs of the
The Mammoth and the Mosquito
CHAS. B. ROGERS
Office second floor Ifalsell block.
YOU TRAVEL-0R WILL
If not wsjr thf-n fcrmsonow Tbri is qnali-
! rn ra-lmar travel m in evryt'jin
TTaWk. trs:t vrd tira r th erjtia.v lb
M. K- T- H v t tct tjuautv. I wn-nt yo ft
Jkoow of it Ttt it ftnd b conviDd. At tci
t.meof the ?ear yea r prfhhy thinkms
fcnont a winter trip. I sdejwI th fa.f o"t
of 1ft. fMoA Bton kU-U Metor i ai.r r
nsa r Uit fejt rr-xriy T-rrt a
nifc ft"d envsronnsfnt ra riaitp thfm. 1
have t-nm xv? urxrtrUm l;Trtlure -nt
tfc r.'rt ttiM I d lik n fc-nd v..rj. May
if I'ri mi.-r to yoa. ht if ihi i irr-
v-.:"h!. fir p m a Un at "i i H W y-t u-4 f
gita viU ;i t tt.-Srf inrttrTnaUf'M. 1
nrf frm indarri-Mf" "o in tr.
of r' and t-.r"v-s.n K-' tfcat I d
ii's i- '! m know oDovsi. U 'd-y
TA'hil h3 roreff to ptt in tb'jiian'is ol
yfar v.otni'; lird'y rrediblr-. Frimitiv
man a wcaliiit-j; in comparison to morirrn
man era a til to c-onqurr the huge rooti-
ters of tboiisands of tears Ago nirb a
the .'. ini to-d.iT thrv are dtad
forerT ret the rrjorjito and fir haf
nevrr bfi'n coaqu'-r'-d. It is ntm- t'me
for the scieatUl lo devise methods for kill-
ins? the moquite and Bf . o that they will
p i to join the uiamm'ith and the jncoster
liiarrit The taosquitoes and flies ate dan-
irerou eoemi' o man because they rjutad
rootatfton Thr mo(iiUo of'.rn rarites the
eetm of raa'a-ia ltb b'( bile The house.
Bf iiirtad? ft mm of di-as- over otr ftunl
These bac'.enil eme. ever buntim for
the weak rt. find a place in cor Mood
and then we uRer ftotn np rataira coo
um')tioo. or milaria
Ur R. V. rietrr. chief ten Urtz rihr.i-
cian to the Invalids' Hotel and SoTtr'ral
Institutes! Buffalo. N V . h -There
would te ih fnp epidemics the irninsof
cenumjit:-o. or nulan.i would find
piare in tb- human fcononir :f tb l!ocd
were pure. if '.he lurrs h-.Tt and clhet
Orjri"'' were ! .?ci f'Kl'i I'ood P'WSOn
nhiniid not be allowed In srmmulate in the
rxKir; to be sad- it is be't to take a f rri
bija'ive at lift once a week " Such a
eiretaWe laxative a !' I'lerrt: 5 P'.e-ait
Tellcts contaiu oolhicc wbulicciu;d fc:rn
Far p.'i-s the blo"l ib ! r and a a
tM;e bi.:!.U-r .ml ! f-.r lln.--w aift'd
i roi.ghs. :!' '-a 1 -h ri !.'Birr will
h:'.'! :.' up .: ' 1 lb..- I- I' ;'e's
f .oldi a ;ji it Inx-ox-r T. is i nv d-
ir' r.e n: .V i 1 ' r ' v ' r.. - ' n
witcoat the u-r .f ; li.-l
iir pi'nc- '. '..! v is--' ts -r r
on s- . ..1 1 f wr ' - ' 1 ' 1. '
A long stride toward solviug the
mystery of curing catarrh was taken
with the discovery of Hyomei. In
fact the percentage of cures by this
treatment proves it equal to the lina!
The folly of taking medicine into
the stomach to cure catarrh of the
nose throat and lungs has been real-
ized by physicians but not until Hy
omei was known had they a practical
remedy that would obviate stomach
A complete Hyomei outiit costs but
1 and consists of a neat pocket in
haler that can be used anywhere with
out attracting attention a medicine
dropper and a boi tie of Hyomei. .Ex-
tra bottles of Hyomei cost but 50c.
Breathing nyomei through the in-
haler every particle of air that enters
the nose throat and lungs is charged
with a healing balsam that soothes
and alla.vs all irritation kills the ca-
tarrhal germs and enriches the blood
with addii ional otone.
The Peoples Drug Store has so much
faith In the power of Hyomei to cure
catarrh that they are selling it under
their personal guarantee to refund the
money if it does not give positive re-
lief. A Genuine Bnrleaqne.
The Kmvs ai.d Queens Burlesque
Comedy conipa.ii wio performed at
the opera houe last night is the first
of its kind ever presented in Vinita.
When this company was called bur-
lesquers they were about is properly
named as possible. The entire per-
formance except the songs of A Lon-
hara Bell and "Seminole" the popular
song rendered by one of the ladies
was a geituit.e burlesque on a show.
The style of the show was patterned
after the faiinus Standard theatre.
Means the ability to do a good day's
work without undue fatigue and to
rind life vcrth living. You cannot
have Indigestion or constipation with-
out its upsetting the liver tnd pollut-
ing the blood. Such a condition may
be the be.' an. quickest obtained by
Herbine 'he b st liver regulator that
the world "usev- r known. Mrs. D. W.
Smith writes. April 3 1902: "I used
Herbine an tind it the best medicine
for cons' i.-ati ti and regulating the
liver I eve- "d." Price 50 cents.
At Peoples Jg Store. dw
W. W. Be nett special Indian in-
spector wit . lasbeen hearing intrud-
er cases in his cit) for the past few
days will implete the docket set for
this place tomorrow night. So far an
exceedingly light business has been
done probably owiug to the very dis-
agreeable weather. This commission
will hear cases in this city every
month until the entire number of
cases are satt led.
The Su-shine of t-pring
The Salve th I cures without a sear is
DeWitt's Wi.ch Hazel Salve. Cuts
' Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disap-
! pear before the use of this salve as
! snow before the sunshine of spring
1 Miss II. i- Middleton Thebes 111.
! says: I was seriously aaiicted with a
! fever sore that was very painful. Ie
Win 'a Witch Hazel Salve cured nie i'
i less than a week." Get the genuine i
Sold by Peoples Drugstore. dw
Cow ia Ponwd.
One red milch cow with horns has
been taken up. Owner should call on
Marshal Ridenhour at once.
Give Your Stomach a Rest
Your food must be properly digested
and assimilated to be of any value to
you. If your stomach Is weak or dis-
eased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure- It
digests what you eat and gives the
stomach a rest enabling it to recuper-
ate take on new life and grow strong
again Ko.ia.1 cures sour stomach gas
bloting. heart palpitation and all dig-
estive disorders. Sold by Peoples drug
YlVfJ hile you can not get about is a jjood time
vjrXarV to make ud the SDrinc and summer wear
that you will need later. We have recei-
ved a preliminary shipment of Embroi-
deries that we confidently believe will com-
pare more than favorably in fabric pat-
terns and prices with any other lines
shown in Vinita. In fact we are proud of
the showing and invite a careful inspec-
tion before buying elsewhere. Of course
we have all the widths from the little
narrow fellows at 3c the yard to the wide
ones for corset covers. In the latter we
show some elegant patterns at 25c the
yard. The intermediate prices are 5c 7c
10c 15c igc the yard for edgings and in-
sertions to match. If not convenient to
call personally drop us a card or call up
Telephone No. 190 tell us about the
width you want and the price you desire
to pay when we will take pleasure in
sending you samples.
Uye Golden IFLuale
The Store That Accommodates.
1 At SCHLEICKER'S Jewelry Store.
Solid Gold Rings
When you want a good ring-a solid gold ring either plain or fancy set
' .... . tk til ! 11 lew s-v kw S
ring that will always wear wen you 11 nnu imcc.
Plain! solid gold rings at prices from 2.00 Gents' Solid gold sot rings at prices from 3.00
ro ;. $10.00 to fl'"
ladies' SolldJGold Set. Rings at prices from Solid gold rings for the baby
$2.00 to 13' onl'
-a A Cnntti Vilcrn trppt
jk j 1&J aUUa-ll " 1 I lr at w we
all L iiui iiiuit iu. iuu its in..; - -"
plicated watch ropairin a sp'Malty.
Motto: Not the Cheapest but the Best Work at all Times.
! w w j-m a Bv 1
JEWELER and Ul' 1 icia.x.
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Hereford Cowa. j
Two hundred high grade Hereford i
cows in calf to Registered Hereford :
Bulls. a'J young os T bulls some J
registered a F'r.:on of them will be;
at the r..;s.t. Vinita sale March . Al.so
some jro'xJ g-?!dinrs. sadileri. drivers'
and work I.tv-s. Ail ir;tr?"l in I
this ' i !.
i-Tt IZ" M. llol.Wf.MAN. 1
Says wc are to have an early spring. Early
spring means early need of seeds lkttcr buy
Sweet Peas and Lawn Grasses
Right now. I have the largest stock of reliable
liver shown in Vinita. Come in and
look them over.
J. T. RATCLIFF ISBL
J. T. Ratcliff
M 1 JJ V fl fJ
C C) aN v'l C vM tM
v1) vM VM & S t'l
Jt. Louis. MO
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