The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 122, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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traction at Opera House
HOARD anJ Koom Hy .t lie day or week
lit Itlitekstone Hotel. 117-lii
WANTKO-Mi-ii op woritt-n iornl rt'prt-MiJt-tlvt
fur a hiK'li -c 1 1 mittfiziriis. liiri(K
'(iiii.iK-hinK: msIi uri.-H .1 . N. Tr;ti ii'-r.
M Him Washington Fiiuurc New .York N
AH. KUKFI NliTUN will clean your hoime
anil lay your Camels l.iuvi) iirdcrr. at
"trilliy urailuiKiiti a itirniiurn mure.
HOl'SK TO liKNl' Four rotuns. and
slalili-: arms Hit- street from '. Nnian's. In
Uio fusliltmaljlo l Km). JI. t- Milfnril
IIOUsE to Kent Sen Huyrt Hamilton at
of lirowtiliiu Lumber Co. l.n-u
k jt .tWce ol
Tt-l)-Koard and room In private
family by yooiiK uiau. Leave word aliliiK
LOS T Larze spotted ooltiter dn. When
lail two had oti mf collar with br chain
Htt-ehed. Ut'lurti to I on Connor "t rnar-
ttial'a ortice and 'l reward. l-'i-l.T
Jello. Padgett -Sanders.
Noodles at Eadgctt-Saii dels' tf
Commercial club meeting tonight
l'luin Pudding. Padgett-Sanders.
Sweet Oranges. Padgett -Sanders.
English Walnuts. Padget t -Sanders.
Ex-chit f Sam Mates is hero today
from near Pryor Crick.
Canned beets at. Padgett's tlllit-tf
Fresh peas. Padgett -Sanders.
Seven-piece chamber set ftir .?.'!..".". at
Claim fur sale in Oklahoma. Sec
Cami'ltcH-Maris Ilea! KM a to Co. lR'tf
Champagne Wafers i .ailt-t t -;tn-dcrs.
Fine line of fruits and fiv-.li grocer
ies at Vinita Meat Store. !l-lf
Cus Muropulos and Davis Iliil liac
fn'oiie to Kansas City for a day or two.
? Home-dried Apples. Padgctt-San-
Rock Caudv Swup. RadgUt-.'-an
Purge's Celery Sail. Ra.lgCtt-Saii-tlcrs.
Many are getting nady to pi lo
Tahie.piah aiid tile assoon as the land
tiood farm to let near Vinita for
ea.sh. Apply at this olliee.
The Chieftain's telephone is 41 and
tht; pajH-r wants the news.
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Tumblers fr: -v to iVSt h-t M-t
at Puriis". l.-'-t 1"
'"The Ixst is always the cheapest."
Tim Ma jot io Range is Ust and we
ant on to come in and let us teli
'.on whv. Don't get li ft lt-l.':; i
Makes Kidneys end Isiautior nl
l'or sale at People's drug store.
Swift's Premium Jlams and break-
fast liacoii. Iladyett-Sanders.
liny the Singer sewing nuichine; it
s the hot. l!)-tf
All this week at DarroiiKh's. Ma
jestic Cooking Exhibition. You are
invited. Don't get left.
The Owls gave a dance last night
and the Cherokee club will do like
Houseful! of new dishes tin and
granite ware at Hums'. 12:!-tf
Fresh garden and Mour seeds at W
I Davenport's. dtf
Don't fail to see the (Jreat Majestic
Hange bake biscuits in three minutes
all this week at Darrough's. Don't
get left. 10-12.'
Herman Horndolph of Chelsea is
visit ing his sister Mrs. E. M. Stokes
in this city.
Fine sweet potato seed a car load
will will be here soon at. AV. I. Dav
Onion sels garden and (lower seeds
at Padgetts. dll!i-tf
Fresh Tomatoes Saturday. Padgett-
Sanders. Uncle Jim Wilkinson U. S. jailer
was sick this morning and unable to
be on (hit v.
Have j ou read Darrough's adver
tiseineiit. in this paper Don t get
Extra clean biuegras sweet peas
red and white clover and Permuda
grass seeu at J..1. i-ee s.
We take in anv kind of old machines
on the Singer. You can buy them on
easy payments. h'-tf
The Reverend Dr. Scott a Presby
terian minister of Joplin. visited Pev.
J. S. St ubleelicld today.
The Pest meats tine pork sausage
vet! and anything else in the meat
line at mita Meat Store. SH-tf
Co to the Palace Meat Market for
choice meats; tsh and game m season.
Two (ioors east of court house. Sst f
r. Essie Poiidiirant olliee for the
present at Hotel Given. . dll!Mf
. a .. . ' .... w . a I ' -
For sale at People's drug store.
Two tine milk cows for sale. See
J. T. (iunter. P'lMf
Fifty-six piece setof English .semi-
poreelain ware for $.").!)8 at Hums' tf
The ladies of the Haptist church
will conduct an exchange at the Weir
Hros'. grocery store every Saturday
After you see t he Majest ic Range at
Darrough's you'll wonder how you
have managed to get along without
one. Don't get left. 12u-12.'5
The Vinita Art club met with Mrs.
T. H. Finley Wednesday afternoon.
All present enjoyed the afternoon
Mrs. Hushyhead Peterson of Claremore
being a guest of honor. Lunch was
.served at (i p. in.
Remember a set of the best cooking
utensils made of copper steel and
enamel worth $7.T0 given away abso-
lutely free with every Majestic Range
sold this week at Darrough's. Don't
get left. 120-12.t.
A meeting was held last night in
the interest of organizing a country
club. A site on Cabin near the Sul-
phur spring will be investigated
Kidney complaint kills more people
than any other disease. This is due
to the disease being so insidious that
it gels a good hold on the system be-
fore it is recognized. Foley's Kidney
Cure will prevent the development of
of fatal disease if taken in time. For
sale at Peoples drug store. dw
Fort Sale--White Plymouth Rock
cockerels of the U. R. Fishel strain.
Address: Mrs. Z. Pumphrey Vinita
J rid. Ter. 75-tf dw
Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
for croup and whooping cough con-
tains no opiates and cures quickly.
Careful mothers keep it in the house.
For sale at Peoples drug store dw
Doctors til id
A good prescript ion
The 5-ceut packet is enough for
usual occasions. The family bottle
(no cents) contains a supply for a
year. All druggists sell them. dv
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li FOR l
I SPRING . SUMMER
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vSee in Our Clothing' Window
N EW I
Chamber Se ts
Everything in fan
cy ( plain glass
Patronize home people. I. X. Wil-
liams buys his meat at home and
spends his money at home lie keeps
a nice line of all kinds of meats fish
and fat chickens and they are all
txiught. here of our ow n farmers. Vi-
nita Meat Store. fPtf
CHARLES W. DAY D. D. S.
Gold crown and bridge work a special-
ty. Olliee over First National Rank
Viniia. I. T.
T!f rTnt inar-t
of a ': ! of cne;-
r ii'ti !a teg ottiy i
is-v tue t rorx-r coin;
i at anns rSj i.
A mid tegs was r:Xl
not." 1 liy t!ff i '.
it .1 .1 f'.h'Uiv .
;r-s a; .1 ron-
-j nuniat (. ... i-
' lty." Hut wl'.o
J notes the ni.tr-
! ri t'ci wiiii !l
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. l'o i.re en; p:-.a
1 Cri;!.l.-l 'lealtli
tilMti'. a ns';e m-
i sa!:. ; ;-:t tiu'.f.'.uni.
snl Ink of nutrition
tiiats t'j disi.i'e of
j t'.se sto::? ati-l tli-
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irai i. io o 'i i .a' r s
.' Gollrn Melicat Dis-
i coverv cures dist'.-isr
j of lie" sM:r. i;"!t a:i 1
'! o'.'it'r or? mi of d!tretuti
; Rti 1 nti'.r lion. Ite.iit'ilcs
the tt"i- -t no'tr. -.Ilia -tit
VJ of the hxlw
E. A. STijSELEFIELO.O.M.D
Olliee oiiposite post oitice in (irav-Hal-d
sell bid- Vinita
yn. l. hac.py
- PlIVSlt lAN & Si lifiKON
Olliee in new Ratcli.T bid
d Vinita I. T
x. Phone lol
J. W. CRAIG n. D..
Physician and burgeon
Olliee upstairs over Cherokee National
Hank. Phone 2i!
d inita. 1 1 id. Ter.
Otlice at residence: Congregational
Telephone Number 2:i'j
We cure Kheuma! ;-.n. Constipation
Paralysis. Malaria. DiaU'tes disoasos.
of the Eve Lungs. Heart Stomach
! Kidnes etc. Diseases of women: dis-
ea.ses of the PJood and Nervous sys-
tem Dislocations etc. dw
Praz?e Hardware arc!
To t lie ladies: Miss Winnie Mere
dith formerly of Chicago late of
Springfield Mo. lias located in Vinita
with all of the latest methods in dress-
making and fitting using the McDow-
ell system of cutting adjustable form
etc. and will appreciate a share of
your : patronage. Located on South
Wilson st. opposite U. S. jail. dl.l2-tf
;;;ii'c. " ".'events Pncuitionia
For sale at People's drug store.
H. R. Miller & Co.
II. II. MILLER Mauager
Office at Walton Lumber Co.
Vinita I. T.
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ARE NOW ON SALE
and try some of them on. We have all of the Newest
Shapes made by Jno. B. Steton Hat Co. at
i l so ot.iMs
it up m so in 1 ViNi'.'.h an i sm-ngth.
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v.n ! iho.iVw t -t va-.it ti .';.t;:; lit " ;
!) not hi cai .! into tr.t iir.g a sub-
jlm re lor a iitiidow. Any Mlbr.'.itute
o'f.T"il a "ittt f.s jfxl " as "Ckililen
Mtf lir.il I)iwvrry " in a sli.t.'ow of tU .t
d.ven tin V l r t? e " I H ovprv." ! Dm
The C )::i!iion S mi r- Meilioal A Hn'ser
Urae Tu'i'es. in paper cov rs is f-cnt
Granitoid and Stone Sidewalks
Can put your sidewalks iu Cheaper tbau
anyone else in the city
See samp e s of both kinds at Walton
Don't fail to see our stone you will find
none better and none half so cheap
it .Maincy oi aiisasi it arrived
to isit Ids son Dau Mainey
who is very low- with pneumonia.
The U-t is the cheapest: buy the
:er siting nwK'hiiie: i'tJ) down
ind . J.o.1 per muni h. P-t f
Hot bisi'liils ami delicious coffee
serve I free t his week at Darrough's.
sine to se. the (Jreat. Majestic
sua'. Don t get leit. io-iJ.f
We have a few hundred bushels of
si't n 0 ti s ior saie at moderate prices.
PiiiisdiivV l'ai ters.ni. M.'-l.'iO
J. T. Miller lias returned to Alton
fter a pleasant visit with his
father S. Miller tiie shoemaker.
Mtal t iekets good for "I meals at
Whitney's s;;.Vi. mj-tf
If you want gotxl butter and fat
chickens go to F. (I. Cowan. otf
A fresh shipment of Chase & San-
Uirn's t ea and coffee. Padgett-Sanders.
! Fern led Salad Pressing. Pal-el t-! Coffins Caskets a lid Full
isanders. dii:Mf eraj Directors.
I A special feature of the Cherokee j
! ( 'bib's dance toinht w ill be t he music. ;
All ii emiH is wo can no so are re-
! cpifstui to attend.
You can buy it cheap for cash or on
'easy paunelit s t he Singer sewing
j machine. I'M f
..!. V 11.. i- no I Tnr for.. 1 I ...
! cough caused by attack of la grippe. t. f. ckutch FIELD Embalm rjg We have secured the exclusive agency for the MAMHATTOX Shirt the best
; It heals t he lungs lur sue
pie's Drug Store.
1 FARM TO RENT-loo acres more
or less on Rock creek. Address Mrs.
I The Si'.aulding Mercantile Co. st(H'k
! at Muskouee has licen purchast'd by
J. C. MclOhain who will reopen the
! store in a few days.
! Winter coughs are apt to result in
; . if i....i Ti... ...
j i oosu ii. g 'i nil i ii iiiiaau. -tot villi. i
: le soon broken up by using Foley's It atopa the Cough and heals the luuga. !
honey and tar.For Sale by People's Prevents Pneumonia ani Consumption i
' I Me. O. Vachr of 157 Osgood St. Chirr '
wriuu: "Mr wifa had 1. (Tripp .oj it left b
Terr bad couvh on har lune whic
$ 3 . O O
$ 3 . 5 O
dw i im rm rrv.
II F 9 t .-4 . 1 t
Pneumonia fellow La Grippe
but nover follows the uan of
PHI PV'Q Honev
l ULLi O and Tar!
1 known man's shirt in existence. Vou are invited to come in and see them.
3 Ji Thev control many patterns and are usually from one to two seasons in ad-
q vance on their styles.
We have all sizes.
At $1.50 and $2.00
st imps to pav exnrnse of mailing on!v.
Aurcai W. R. V. Pierce Uullalo .
tithcou!hkad h enla lur
For .sale at I'eople's drug store.
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IniMlbacouentna jieiuiiunr.. - -
At Peori"i urug More dw
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 122, Ed. 1 Friday, February 26, 1904, newspaper, February 26, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775437/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.