The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 106, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 6, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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Want wis not to ooul llv llmm will be
InitertKl In tliW cciluiini ono wm' (Siinyn)
tor A'mtiii- l( yu want to buy orit.-ll or
irmlo. or Imvu b t or louucl unyililiiK. 'ij
bi'lp or wmit worn It will uuy you to uo
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lioiuui iirlviio fmnlly. UK-KM
For Siils -Two Ki'iHtiid-liaml buKKli'".
upon ton wltli Hhiift. oilier lop biiKtry with
polo (ml doublu liurmms. '.. Hruwur. luu-A
l.osl n book "Tbo Hon of HiiKiir" by Hull
('alnn. Tim nuiiio of MlrtH Marlon Uruon I
wrltton Itt tbo volnmo. l.ravo ollbor ut thin
olMi'o or I'i'unl.'s ilruir stori). lul-Uo
WiiIim1-A Km) I Rlrl to help In mnull fmn-
lly for lior li Jiiril titiii no lo wbool. liU-lllo
Btruy miilo One brown or bliirk mulo
aljmillu bunds IiIkIi flush .slim red ubout ti n
ynr old. i-iirt imlnti'd lit top Sulliilil.
ruwiird. J. T . Uuiitcr. dn Iwk.
I'or Hiilc-A (rood ipilot work mnru will mill
" fur cash or on ilmu 1'i lcn I'io. Apply ai tbe
Clik-ftulii ollli'u for furlliur Infornmlluu
Ulrl wanted to do uuncrul bouae work. .1
II. Hlierttr. --H
Oood jtlrl wanted to do Konorni housework ;
Hood wanes. Apply here. lutl-lllu
Lost Gloves between W W Miller's and I)r
I'Virtoer's s pair of nearly new driving
gloves. Leave at (.'blefluln ofllee or at Mr
Millur'aandK t reward. lui-ilc'
If your paper Is not delivered regu-
ularly make complaint promptly by
'phone or otherwise to this office.
We will esteem It a favor and will
try to insure better service.
H. J. Pool.
V. C. Nichols
Estimates Given on all Kinds
Building : and : Repairing
Neatly done at reasonable price; res-
idence 1st door south Uadgett's store.
Collars $1 at Lee liarrett's.
Mrs. Shields Crockett Is quite sick.
Saddles $2.50 at Lee Barrett'.
Side saddles $ at Lee Harrett's.
K. H. Shields went to JSapu'pa this
Work bridles 75c at Lee Harrett's.
Whips and robe cheap at Lee Har-
rett's. M. E. Mil ford went lo Kansas City
Lap robes and saddle blankets at
See those tine top busies at Lee
Edward Wolf returned toGwendale
See tlie bargains in machines at
A. M. P. rock's.
J. C. Starr returned to Muskogee
Valentines frjtn one cent up.
James Mehlin is here Trom Alluwe
attend iiii; court.
Wire and nails always in stock at
lowest prices at SamR. Frazee & Co.
C. V. llogers returned to Vinita
last night to attend court.
Have you seen that line of nickel-
plated ware at Sara R. Frazee &
Miss Kitten Collier returned to her
home at.Gwendale this morning.
Children never cry very loud for It
but they do like Dr. Caldwell's syrup
pepsin. Ask People's drug store dw
Mr. J. iu. lux of Adair was a
charming visitor to YinUa today.
For nickel plated granite anti-
rust and tinware see Sam. R. Frazee
Mrs. J. 11. Caiselowey is convales
cent after a severe attack of Illness.'
In order to L'et soma pictures out of
Vlnlta people we will give 15 pictures
for tlio price or 1 ao.en tins weeK.
George it-Hughes. liMl-107
Dr. Frank Duckworth came up from
Clareinore last night to attend tho re-
ception at Dr. Former's.
A full line of guaranteed cutlery
when you need the best. Sam
Fraiee & Co. 101-tf
Mrs. J. H. nurckhaltcr and children
went lo South MeAlister this morn
ing on a visit to relatives.
Neatly dressed men are un Index to
a neat progressive city. John II.
Mauls ckii tlx you out. Seo him. Pat-
ton builblng up stairs dw
DnrroiiL'h liros.' Hardware Coiunauv
shipped a line stove to C. It. Collins
the new merchant at Adair yesterday.
John II. Mauls makes extra pants
to perfection. See him. Cleaning
mending and dyeing. Young men
should see the suit Orium Club plan.
Patton building up stairs dw
J. W. Sherwood will ouen his new
restaurant In the spacious room the
first door west of the Cobb hotel
When naln or Irritation exists on
any part of the body the application
of Ballard's Snow liniment will give
prompt relief; price 2o and oOc. Peo
ple's drug store dw
W. T. Kreitz. the hustling sales
man of the Benedict Paper company
of Kansas City was Interviewing Ins
Vinita customers today.
You cau help anyone whom you Hud
suffering from inflamed throat laryn-
geal trouble bronchitis coughs colds
etc. by advising the use of Ballard's
Ilorehound syrup; the great remedy
for coughs and colds; price 23 and 50c.
People's drug store. dw
A freight' traio over the Frisco road
passed through this city just before
noon today with 18 car loads of s teel
rails for the DciiisoQ extension.
' There is probably uo disease or con
ditiun of the human system that
causesmore suffering and distress than
niles. Tabler's Buckeye pile ointment
cures them quickly without pain or
detentiou from business; price 50c in
bottles; tubes 7oc. Peonies drug
The corps of surveyors who have
been at work locating town site lines
In Vlniia under Civil Engineer Fish-
er will leave tomorrow to lay lines at
Are vou nervous run down weak
and despirited? Take a few doses of
Ileibiue. It will infuse new energy
new life Into the exhausted nerves.
tue overworked brain or muscular
system and put a new face on iifeand
business; price ."0 cents. People's
G. B. Wolf has returned from Port-
land Oregan and will probably re-
main. He has been away throe years.
His wife is now at Chicago but will
join him soon.
Nervous children are almost! always
thin children. The "out-door" boy is
seldom nervous. White's Cream Ver
tulfuge is the best preventive of ner-
vousness. It strengthens the system
and assists to that sort of flesh which
creates strength and power of endur
ance price o0 cents. Peoples drug
store. . dw
We claim to be up-to-date in pho
tography. All kinds of new and pop-
ular mountings with near artistic
prints on same. Prices as low as con-
testant with good work. George &
During tho past month there has
been at least twenty advertlsments
for help Tor general housework. Most
anyone cau find employment when
ticoded ny reading the want ads. of
the Dally Chieftain.
. A letter was received by Mr. F. M.
Chilson today from Dr. Bell former-
ly of this city written at San Marcus
Texas. Dr. Bell states that he Is
compelled to again move his residence
on account of his health which Is
Southern Swine Breeders' Aeso.
elation Memphis Tenn.
For this occasion the Frisco line
will Bell tickets to Memphis and
return at one and one-third fare for
the round trip on certificate plan.
Moore's pilules are a guaranteed
cure for all forms of malarial ague
chills and fever swamp fever malar-
ial fever bilious fever laundlce Bll-
jusness fetid breath and a tired
listless feeling. They cure rheuma-
tism and the lassitude following
blood poison produced from malarial
noleonlng. No quinine. No arsenic
acids or iron. Do not ruin staraach
or teeth. Entirely tasteless. Price
60 ;ents per box. Dr. C. C. Moore Co.
310 North Main street St. Louis Mo
Sol I by People's drug store. dwly
Hust Stop lining Coal.
The Horse Pen Coal Company will
tomorrow be compelled to cease mtn
itig operations. The corporation has
been mining near Collinsville and
today a peremptory order came from
Secretarv of the Interior Iliicbcock
for DeDuty Marshal Pies Thompson
to serve an injunction upon the offic-
ers of the company and to compel
them to stop mlnl.-iu coal.
Don't let the hand of time paint
wrinkles on vour face. Keep young
by keeping the blood pure and the di
lutive organs in a healthful condl
tion. Herbine will do this. Health
is youth disease and sickness brings
old age; uriee 50 cents. People's drug
ITCHING BURNING AND SCALY ERUPTIONSlOF
THE SKIN SCALP 'AND BLO0D.WITH
LOSS OF HAIR "
CURED BY CUTICURA
The osnnlalnR Itching and burning of the skin na In Eczema;
tho frightful scaling as in psoriasis: tho loss of hair and crusting of
the scalp s in walled head; the facial dlsligurement : as In pimples
and ring worm; the awful suffering of Infants and tho xmx e ty of
worn-out parents as lu milk crust tetter and salt rheum-all den.an 1 :
a remc.lv of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with
them. Thnt CUTICURA remedies are tmeh stands proven l.evond all
doubt. No statement is made regarding them that is not justilled by
the strongest evidence. The purity and sweetness the power to ar-
forf SJdiate relief the certainty- of speedy and vnt .cure
the absolute safety and great economy have made them the stand-
ard skin cures and humor remedies of the civilized -world.
Complete Treatment $1.25
The treatment is simple direct agreeable and economical and Is
adapted to the youngest infant as well as adults ? ry ?se.
I'.athe the affected parts -with hot water and CITTICLKA. SOAI to
Cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften
cuticle. Dry without hard rubbing and apply CUriCLRA vixi-
MENT freely to allay itching irritation and inflammation and
soothe and heal and lastly take the CUTICUItA RESOLVENT toj
coo Ld cleanse the-blood. This sweet and wholesome treatment
affords instant relief permits rest and sleep in the severest forms ;
of eczema and other Itching burning and scaly humors of the skin
scalp and blood and points to a speedy permanent and economical
cure when all other remedies and even the best physicians fail.
Million of Women l'e CUTICTOA HOAP. assisted by CTJTICTrRA OINT-
MF.NT fur "eautifvnTth" akin for the atcr-ln of fallln hair for .soften Injc and
thi BEST akin and complexion soap and the BEST toilet and baby soap in the world.
Baps in SEiii MacMnes I
Mr. Payre of Denison Texas is
now employed at Badgett's grocery.
Low prices on barbed wire and nails
at Darrough Hardware Co. dw
Charlie Killibrew is now working in
the grocery department at Badgett's.
The Darrough Hdw. Co. makes
special prices to Blacksmiths on mat-
erial. " a
i'i.. tl- 4A Cnlna rilnh nt0ft4 W I til
1 I1C III UI3 Ottviv v. v. --- a
Miss Ida Beatty next Friday even-1
log at 8 o'clock.
Call on Darroiuh Hardware C. for
all kinds of hardware goods carried la
a hardwire stole. dw
Mrs. Eads who reside on the East
side gave birth this morning to a
healthy girl baby.
Have your old dirty clotties cleaned
mended and rrC!e(1 or yur extra
pants made by John U. Manis Patton
The meetink'S conducted by Rev.
Wolfe are still continued. His subject
for tonight is "The First Murderer.
G. A. Roberts of Llntner 111. suf
fered four years with a wad in his
stomach and could not eat. He lost
65 pounds. Two bottles of Dr. Cald
well's syrup pepsin restored his appe-
tite cured bis stomach trouble and
todav he is well and hearty and says
he owes his health to Dr. Caldwell's
syrup pepsin. People's drug store.
Geome & Hushes the CofTeyville
photographers are here and opened
for business. They are in a tent one
half block south of the post office. J.
D. Hughes has charge of the branch
at this place and is said to be an ex-
At this season we would perfer to
be in a building to a tent but as a
building is not to be obtained we will
open la a tent. Tent photographers
are looked upon with suspicion as all
they usually make are failures and
trash. We can and do mak4 nega
tives with good lights and good back
ground effect in the tent. Come and
i see us. George & Hughes.
A pretty marriage ceremony was
performed by Reel or Jones yesterday
afterncon according t'j the rite of the
Episcopal church at St Johu's the
contracting parties being Mr. J. t
Claussen of Miles and Mrs. Penshee
Says Me Was Tortured.
"I suffered such pains from corns I
could hardly walk" writes II. Robin-
son Hillsborough 111. "but Bucklen's
Arnica salve completely cured them."
Acts like magic on sprains bruises
cuts sores scalds burns boils ulcers.
Perfect healer of skin diseases and
piles. Cure guaranteed by People's
Drug Store & A. W. Foreman. 25c
'Where is fly Boy Tonight?"
I can't tell you where your boy
is tonight- We saw him the other
night in company with about 20
other boys throwing rocks at a
poor blind man. Your boy did
not seem to be the leader but ne
with the rest of them treated the
old man very badly. I noticed
your boy walaed up in front of
him and asked him it be wanted
a nickel the old man remarked
"Yes son I wact a i.ickel" and
reached out his hand. And your
bov whom you had learned at
your knee to say "Now I lay me
down to sleep if I die betore 1
wke I Drav the Lord
mv soul to take" instead of giv
ingtheold man a nickel pushed
a lighted cigarette to his hand and
burned him. Then all "the boys
laughed. I also saw your boy
peeping in at the church windows
and he and a great many others
sitting at the church door making'
a art.ni. rlflnl of disturbance. His
companions belong to some of the
best families in the town and
while their fathers and mothers
are in the church worshiping God
Almighty your boy was upon the
outside making all kinds of vul
gar remarks. Yes I saw him and
I beard be and his companions
using all the latest clang phrases.
For instances "I am up against
the old man now." "I am the
hot rock." "I'll be enicker." "I
would emile." "I am he real old
jamboreen." "You know it."
"Talk it loud partner." "Bathe
his head with hot chth." Yes
your boy was there. Exchange.
1 New Home 5-dr drop head $15.00
1 No. 9 Whelr & W 5-dr bx t 12.50
1 Eldredge "B" box top 12 50
HnmB box tOD 10.00
1 New White 5-dr box top $12.50
1 New Urnwn 5-dr box top 12.50
2 Singers 3 dr box top each 12.50
1 New Florence box top... 10.00
All Newly Repaired; Guaranteed in Good Condition.
For a Few Days Only.
Don't Miss this Chance.
A. M. Brock.
Established la J892.
Incorporated In 1893.
J. C. OLSON A. M. - - President.
A Ilio-h-Grade Business College.
Railroad Fare Paid.
Students may Enter at Any lime.
Oliver Kagby Pres.
J. O. Hall V-Pres.
W. P. Phillips Cashie
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Capital $100000 Surplus .
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in
the Cherokee Nation
Does a Safe General Banking Business
Stoves 1 Rangesl
The most complete line of Stoves
and Ranges ever seen in Vinita
will be found at our store. Every
stove guaranteed in every partic
ular and the price is always right.
Sam R. Frazee & Comp'y
Superior Cook Stoves.
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