The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 178, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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SELLS BY THE POUND
Just like your grand mother
used to make. Also a line
of pickles that are the best
ever brought to the city.
...F. P. Nessel.
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Dining room girl wanted at Hotel Green.
Found Pocket hook.
tUte "ad"-und get It.
Call here pay for
For Kent New 4-roorn house-
Cherokee National bunk.
LostMark Water Spaniel small wltli
ray about the nose. On. tusk broken. Will
imy for lnforoiutioii. Mrs. II Balentlne. HI
8trayed One brown mare 18 hands hljrh
bell on; one yellow mule two years old
yokoon. Will pav for Information. I. a.
Cats Vlnlta. dlTHwSS
Park for Bale Swain's park on the east
side is for sale. Contains 5 aeres set In
trees and grafts has been well kept and is a
Hoe place. Bee John Swain. 61d-w38
Lot and Two Rood residences on same lot
(n north part of town wlluin three blocks of
depot. Apply her
Lot for Sale Corner lot east of E. N. Eat-
cllll's residence. Bust reiideacs lot in the
.city for sale. Apply here.
For 8ale--Splendld f rm about 7 miles eait
of town. Uood dwelling and tenant house;
300 acres; S0 acres in cultivation! 100 acres
in grass. Apply here.
Afreets Wanted Life of T. Dewitt Tal-
tnago by his son. Kev. Frank Dewitt Tal-
niaKO au) associate editors of .Christian
Herald. Only book endorsed by Talm:ie
family. Enormous profit for agents who
tick (julckiy. Outfit ten cents. .Write im-
mediately Clark & Co.. 2:2 H 4tli St. JPhila.
ia. Mention this paper. 100-ml.
I.O. R. M.
Uufflngton Tribe No.
22. I. O. E. IS .. hold
Council Fire at I. O. O. K. hall new Halsell
block southweat corner Illinola avenue and
Wilson street. Hunting grounds of Vinita
every Saturday's sleep 7:80. All chiefs
cordially invited. U.K. Ittdenhour Hacuem
1). 1!. Mondler. V. of It.
rrr. li'Wded Yarfl Worked
MlllJj and conditioned. Pup-
VNJ pies raised and prepared
for field work. All diseases of the
dog treated." My inane and distem-
per cures arc the best and my condi-
tion pills ar.d worm medicine never
fail. Young does for sale.
Geo. Higgin Vinfta I. T.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
OfBce in New Ratcliff Building. Tele
phone 101. . Vinita Ind. Ter.
JAMES S. DAVENPORT
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 9 and 10 New Halsell Building
Vinita. I. T.
L avenport & Hall Attorneys at Law
Bank Building Claremore I. T
ATTORNEY AT LAW-
And Notary Public. Office in'new Hal
ell building Vinita I. T. Will practice
in all the United States courts of the I. T.
CHAS. W. DAY D. D. S.
Gold Crown and Bridee Work a Scecial-
Vl.lliA 1. I
Office over Estlln Furniture Co. Gray-
Halsell building Vlnlta I. T.
i he only Exclusive Eye Ear and Nose
Specialist in the Indian Territory .
JSyea treated and glasses
OfBce at Drug
f DRSJiYEBS AND flYERS
i W OSTEOPATHS
i Treat both acute and chronio
diseases successfully chronio
and female diseases a specially
Consultation and Examination Free
Office over Vienna Cafe Vlnlta.
Best Place in the City
to Get a Good Meal.
All kinds of meats Fish and Game
in season; Short Orders a spec-
ialty. Fresh oysters in any
style; anything you may
want in the eating line.
Good meals 25 cents.
5tarkey & P.cvercomb Props
Stawberrles at Burns' racket.
Freshest strawberries at Bums'.
Mrs. Wm.Welr'ii visiting at Afton.
Milk crocks and churn9 at Balen-
Frazee & Co. for White Mountain
G. VV. Green of Kelso was In town
Frazee'a for good goods and low
A complete line of water coolers at
Burns' Racket for your straw
Mrs. Dr. Witner is visiting friends
Dr. Ilaynes was In from White Oak
Mayor Parker returned from Nowa
ta last night.
Basil Nail drove in from Pensacola
Morning Glory Coffee 20c per pound
Egyptian tissue for pretty valets at
Mr. Verity of Chouteau was here
today on business.
Tennessee sorghum 35 cents per gal
on at Balentine's.
List your property with the Vinita
leal Estate Agency.
Garden vegetables are coming the
Jas. Thompson returned from
Afresh lot of qucensware just re
celved at Balentin's.
Rob't McClure returned from St
Louis this morning.
' Mrs. Josie Hall Is going to Musko
gee on a visit Monday.
The White Mountain goods are im-
ported by Frazee & Co.
Choir rehearsal at St. John's church
at 8 p. m. this evening.
Sam R. Frazee sold a line range to
Edgar Smith yesterday.
Mrs. C. L. Ilarnage returned to her
home at Talala yesterday.
P. L. Soper is expected home from
Washington Tuesday next!
We will buy or sell your property.
Vinita Real Estate Agency.
Miss Antoinette Brook of the col-
lege went to Wagoner today.
Our stock of furniture Is always
complete. Sam R. Frazee & Co.
Rev. P. B. Hicks went to Chelsea
today to hold quarterly meeting.
More of those beautiful presents at
Balentine's. Come and see them
Sylvester Brahl.of Springfield Mo.
was visiting friends here yesterday.
Fine Canvas breakfast bacon and
bacon and salt meat at Balentine's.
Mrs. J. C. Anderson and children
are visiting in the country this week.
Dr. Feazell .Surgeon Dentist
Office in Raymond building. 35tf
Mrs. Rob't Ironside will spend the
sunnier In Colorado for her health.
Attorney J. M.Givens.of Muskogee
was registered at the Hotel Cobb to
Furniture Tarnished carpets laid
mattresses made over at B. Graffun-
Many attractive designs in Mexican
stamped leather belts at Lee Bar
Tbe Globe Cabinet is now on exhi-
bition at the Singer sewing machine
Especially low prices on muslin un-
derwear at Badgett-Sanders Mercan-
It will payyou to buy muslin un-
wear at Badgett-Sanders Mercantile
You never heard of any one using
Foley's Honey and Tar and not be-
ipg satisfied. dw
Attorney James Glvens of Musko-
gee is attending to some legal busi-
ness here today.
See tie pretty Applique and Ga-
loons for trimming at Badgett-Sand-ers
The members of the Vinita bar are
pricing saddlebags preparatory to
riding the circuit.
A number of Vlnlta people will at-
tend the dedication of the Methodist
church at Adair tomorrow.
Judge Denison arrived from Galena
today to attend the term of Judge
Gill's court beginuing Monday.
All ladies and gentlemen are Invit-
ed to call at the Singer sewing ma-
chine office and see the Globe Cabinet.
Largest and Best Line of Trimmed Hats
Shown in the Gty from
It will pay you to call and see them before
buying Millinery department
N. L. EBTLIN &GO.
Day Telephone 168. Night Telephone 203.
High Grade Furniture of
Coffins and Caskets of all kinds Every DeSCriptiOll.
Embalming a Specialty. Open Day and Night.
Fine Bed Room Suits Parlor Sets " Dining Tables Side Boardsj Chairs
Rockers Couches Lounges Center Tables Writing Desks
Picture Frames Picture Easles Etc.
Mexican stamped leather belts at
II. B. Durant and wire of Wyan-
dotte are registered at the Cobb.
New Valenceinnes and Torchan
laces at IBadgett-Sanders Mercantile
An additional door has been placed
in the commissioner's court to im-
prove the ventilation.
Parsons Kansas street fair and
carnival May 14th to 17th. Round
trip via Katy 12.15.
John F. Warren the Adair banker
merchant and stockman was trans
acting business In Vinita today.
The Indian Chieftain $1.00 a Year.
Oliver Bagby Pres. J. O. Haix V-Pres. W. P. Phix&xfs Cashier.
W. L. Chapman Assistant Cashier
First National Bank
are sold ;xclusively in Vinita at
THE RAMBO STORE
For years this corset has been
recognized in the east as the most
perfect fitting corset for fat and
lean people on the market.
We also have the largest stock of
in the city and our prices are lower
Our notion department is replete
in all lines.. You will save money
if you buy from us.
Ram bo Store
Halt block south of post office.
CAPITAL $100000. SURPLUS $20000
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in the Cherokee Nation.
OLIVER BAGBY S. F. FOR7NER E. S.fRA YSER A. L. CHUCHILL E. N.
RA TCUFF H'. A. GRAHAM . O. HALL G. W. CLARK IV. E. HALSELL.
Does a Safe Cenerai;Banklng Business.
of all kinds promptly and properly
done at this office. Prices always
consistent with material and work.
CHIEFTAIN PUB. CO
Plain and Ornamental Engraving
When you have any work in the above 1 nes that
you want done call and see me.
Fine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
Motto Not the cheapest but the BKST work at all time.
26 S. Wilsonrst.
August Schiiecker f
Jeweler and Optician f77
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 178, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1902, newspaper, May 3, 1902; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775348/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.