The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 5, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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Local Railroad Time Tablet
' Ml "HOUlil KANSAS TKXAS:
Wo. 1 SI. K. ft T. Bipro
No.:i. Ifnnlltl St.L. AT. Ex
8)0. S7Fr(iiKlitnit Accommodation
4:18 a m
0:on p m
1 M p m
"No. 2 Ho. Ka. A Texutxpraaa. ...
k.4Tax.tt.L.A Hannibal fix...
No. AS freight and accommodation
lO.'M p m
10:!! a m
T. LOUIS A SAN FRAKCI8C0 KAILWAT.
Train Mil wet mall.. 19:01 p
Train 206 at mall 3:36 p
Train weat local ... 1:00 p
Trrin 240 east local 6:80 a
John 0. Honors of Chouteau. Is In town
The child of Dr. R. O. Owen Is reported
' Louis Cohn he of Rochester tonic fame
'is In town today.
Miss Jessie Daniels Is visiting In Fair-
land this week.
A. M. Brock returned from a business
rip to Wyandotte today.
Mrs. William Vermebren Is expected
borne from CotToyrllle In a few days.
Mrs. W.T.Brady of Tulsa Is visit lug
friends In the city.
Mrs. J. M. Boling of Claremore will re-
main here for a few days visiting friends.
Miss Electa Davis will remain in the city
for a few days visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. John Connolly of Falrland. has been
visiting her sister Mrs Daniels of this
Attorney John B. Turner and wife have
engaged rooms at the Cobb hotel for the
James D. Lynch left for Tahlequuh this
morning to be present at the session or the
(Cherokee council. .
O. W Oreen living at Kelso fjve miles
away was In town today for the first time in
' two months and he was about the first set-
Fair tonight and Sunday;
j with frost tonight.
"..The minstrels tonight.
'Good gloves from 25c up at Burns'.
First class shoemaker at Lee Barrett's
Cotton batting 5c the roll at Gray's.
People's Drug Store-that's Shana
That dollar hat at 8. 6. Cobb's Is a
cold drinks and fruits all right at
See that line of 60c overshlrts at
A good selection of gents' underwear
Eill Dugan and Pipor Ueidsieck clg
i are at Gray's.
Joe Wade came up from McAIester
feteel express wagons at $1.25 at
For a good smoke try "Eill Dugan'
-cigar at Gray s.
Want some engraved calling cards?
Come to this office.
nmoKers examine our cigar case.
"People's Drug Store.
Bring all your turkeys and hides to
' the Vinita Meat Store.
Chickens and turkeys dressed to or
der at the O. K. meat market.
learn harness collars and pads all
Jkinds. Lee Barrett's harness shop.
For bargains in ladies' and children's
"Cloaks don't fail to see S. S. Cobb
Lap roDes ana iiorse blatikets; nice
line just opened up at Lee Barrett's.
xne nam wagon sold by vinita
Plow Company is always popular
A good second hand buggy for sale
at a bargain. Address box 207 Vinita.
jresn - hominy flake barrel oat
meal sweet and sour pickles at Gray's
.or beauty and style don't fail to
iee those shirt waists at S. S. Cobb's.
Jt pays to grind all the corn you
leefl. Vinita Plow Co. sells the mills.
Have you seen those ladies' and
men's shoes for one dollar at S. S.
The largest line of ladies and nilss-
s cloaks and capes in town at S. S.
Best assortment of buggies in the Cher-
okee Nation. Will be sold cheap. Lee
Eight day clock strikes every half
hour at $2.60 worth $4.99 at Burns
J. he sabbath school lesson for to-
morrow will be found on the Inside of
At S.S. Cobb's you will find the
prettiest lines of ladies' dress skirts
A big prairie Are went across from
the railroad to Bull creek just above
the cemetery this afternoon.
Ed Campbell is going to feed 2000
iiead of steers at Ajluwe Dick Eey-
oolds 300 and Jim Mehlln 100. .
- See our celebrated Martin saddle
mado by C. N. Martin himself at low
est prices; east of Katy track. '.J.- W
A man up at Kelso wan out with G
W. Green's shot gun when one of the
barrels busted. He was using dyna
A prescription left at the PeoDle's
Drug btore is sure to be filled with
fresh drugs of the stremrth the nhv-
A sample line of tablets that will lie
sold at 50c on the dollar no two alike;
come early and make your selection.
i oreraan's Pharmacy.
D.G. Morris and some of his neio-h
bors have been down several days this
week from the country below Coffey-
vuie attending a law suit.
We are manufacturing all kinds nf
ouggy narness single and donhlp.
cheaper than the cheanest: past nf
iiaty track. J. W. Martin.
ueorge bheets the gentleman who
tunes about all the eood nlanns in
Vinita will be here next week. Leave
orders for tuning or repairing at
crocks music store.
Lost oh the street last Wednes-
night a lady's black cape blue silk
lining. 1'jease leave at this office and
Mr. Kyle of the Vinita Music
House has sold out his interest to A
m. Brock and will move his family to
A horse at the Thompson restaur
ant east of the track was frightened
by the Bring (at the negro) Thursday
night and horribly cut on a wire
T. A. Montgomery of Bartlesville
accompanied by his daughter came
over yesterday. Mr. Montgomery is
an old friend of Judge Thomas hav
ing known him in Illinois.
ihereisa noticeable difference of
late in the arrivals on the Frisco train
from the west. Since the extension
of the road a great increase in travel
from that direction has resulted?
Beach & Bowers made a parade on
tne streets of this city one of the
coldest days last winter-and had a
big audience that night. They are
here again tonight and you will en
joy their performance.
By the burning of his store at Ruhv
the other Dight Art Masterson lost
about flOOO above his insurance
which was $1800. The only thine he
savea was a saddle. Whether he will
resume business or not is as yet unde
Wm. Vermehren who has made
the butcher business a profession has
opened the O. K. Meat market and
will keep everything usually found in
a first class market. Telephone 36
and what you order will be nroiutitlv
Andy Adams had very bad luck one
aay recently. He went to the coal
bank for a load of coal and on his wav
back he broke his wagon. He thpn
borrowed a wagon from another man
and drove as far as Cabin creek and
broke it down.
Wanted A set of books to keen bv
experienced and competent bookkeen-
er with the best gilt edged references
or will take off trial balance balance
sheet or straighten up crooked books
on contract. Address G. W. T.
At the Hotels Today.
Jos. A. Beaky St. Louis.
E. II. Brown Kansas.
C. C. Knight Monett.
C. B. Campbell Monett.
Mrs. J. L. Baugh and son. Chouteau
J. It. lludnall. SDrinefleld.
S. F. Parks.
Chas. Teators Springfield.
Rye Carter Paris. Texas.
W. F. Dlshman. Snringfleld.
J. T. Hersha Springflold.
Joe McMucker. SDrinirfield.
W. R. Johnson Springfield.
Meal Fullcrton Springfield.
E. Akers Monett.
S. E. Camp and wife SpringOeld.
G. Hayden Ishplming Mich.
W. H. Watkins. Afton.
H. W. Graves Neosho.
L. P. Davis Kansas Citv.
Zinsmelster Syracuse New York
Ueo. H. Campbell Parsons.
J. L. Baugh Chouteau.
John C. Rogers Chouteau.
W. L. Davis St. Louis.
Mrg. C. E. Ellison.
D. C. Gideon Globe-Democrat.
G. E. Hallett city.
Geo. B. Orr Mt. Vernon. Mo.
J. W. Woodard Ft. Smith.
E. G. Richardson.
O. B. Riddle.
W. J. Gambill Welch.
W. L. McWilliatus. Miami.
Carl P. Giles Dallas.
M. R. Williams Kansas City.
M. II. Furth St. Louis.
H. Lisander New York.
C. B. Lynch Tulsa.
J. C. Pettigrew Muskoiree.
John Franklin city.
James Eagan Kansas City.
J. S. Leforce.
S. S. COBB THE BARGAIN 8T0M. S. S. COBB
Have you bought your winter Cloaks and Capes? If
not it will pay you to visit us before buying as our line is
complete in prices styles and beauty. Also a beautiful
lino of Children's and Infants' Wraps. In fact we are
in all classes of Winter Wraps Clothing and Dress Goods.
REMEMBER In our grocery department you will
find everything fresh and now. The best the market can
afford. All goods delivered free to any part of the city.
I am yours for low prices and bargains
VINITA IND. TER.
S. 5. COBB.
Opera House Monday Nlcrht.
Chase-Lister company surely prove
that 30 cents buys more amusement
and pleasure than 75 cents at other
times-Iowa City Daily Herald.
The above company has been nlav
ing to prices of 10 20 and 30 cents for
the past five years. It has played in
all the cities of the northwest and is
considered one of most successful at
tractions on the road. This Is the
same attraction that has played Mus
kogee and Parsons to packed houses
for the last three years. Toeverv
patron attending the Chase-Lister en
tertainment Monday evening who is
not satished the management will
gladly refund the money. On that
evening the beautiful four act come
dy "The Harvest Moon" will be nre-
sented. Seats now on sale at Foie-
BYRD-ADA OPERA HOUSE VINITA
SATURDAY... . f
BEACH & BOWERS'
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT FOREMAN'S DRUGSTORE.
PRICES: 50 35 AND 25 CENT5
Call and See our Line Shoes.
There is None Better for the Money.
Calves 813 Each.
A. Ihompson from near Alluwe.
who was in town this morn Inc. re
cently sold two last spring calves for
26. They would in former years have
been worth about 7 pnrh ir
Thompson's observation Is that corn
is not nearly so good a yield as most
farmers anticipated before putting
me wagons into the he d to rather it.
He looks for the price to reach 40 to
ao cents by April.
Ad Roach has received two exceed-
ingly One Shropshire lambs for breed-
ing purposes. They were shipped by
express from northeast Missouri and
had been on the road about three dava
and were in excellent condition. Mr.
Roach is a progressive stockman and
farmer and has introduced a great
many blooded hogs sheep and other
stock into his neighborhood.
Lost on the streets of Vinita. Fri
day evening a ladies' handkerchief
with a drawn work border in points
about two or two and one half Inches
In width. Bring to this office aod get
About Low Prloee.
Because the Chase-Lister company
charges but 10 20 and 30 cents it Is
not fair to assume that it is an inferi-
or attraction. The Ciiieftaik h!is
reason to believe it to be an excellent
company the equal of those reper-
toire companies who have heretofore
demanded 35 and 50 cents. Low prices
are coming to be the rule in a L'rnat
many places notably so in the cities
ana mere is no good reason a com
pany which plays "the states" at
"popular prices" should demand
double price in this territory. Mr
Lister states that if tliev apt
house" Monday night he has no mis-
givings about the balance of the
The Latest Up-to-Date Styles
A Plaoe For A Boy.
Wanted competent boy to drive thi
delivery wagou and solicit ifrocerv or-
ders. Jumbo Store.
A Fine Minstrel Show.
Beach & Bowers' minstrel company
appeared at the Belle City opera house
last night and were greeted bv a i?ood
sized audience. It was without ex
ception the best minstrel nerform
ance witnessed in Racine for the past
tea years and the Journal believes
that every person who saw the ncr
iormance last evening will verify the
statement. It was reflned to a hiirh
degree not a vulgar joke or saying of
any kind being indulged in by the ar
tisU. Not a single stick can be Doint
ed out in the entire company. Ra
cine Daily Journal. This company
will give a performance at the opera
nouse iu this city Saturday niht
Seats are now on sale at Foreman's
. Bat Corn Went Up.
A corn buyer purchased a larra
quantity of corn from narties near
Big Cabin sometime back contracting
It at 15 cents a bushel. The purchaser
made a payment but now the owners
of the corn refuse to deliver it at the
stipulated price. There may be liti-
gation caused by the rise In corn.
Rev. Daniel Rogers who nreachps
at the Baptist church tomorrow was
Mrs. Graper's pastor in Illinois and
the lady la going out to hear him
At Rock Bottom Prices.
Special Bargains in Women and Misses Shoes.
VINITA SHOE STORE
Second Door North Postoffice.
OUVE R BA0BY Pres.
J. 0. HALL Vict Pres.
W. P. PHILLIPS Cathlv.
First National Bank
-Virjita Ird. Tcr.
B. F. Fortner
E. B. Frayser
E. N. Ratoliff
M. E. Milford
W. H. Kornegay
W. A. Graham
J. O. Hall
W. E. Halsell
G. W. Clark.
Docs a 5af General Banking
Was tbe first National Ban
Chartered in th Cberok.e
Nation and is the Gibral-
tar tmon th Banks
the Indian Territory.
L. C. COUCH
Livery Feed and Sale Stable
EAST SIDE TRACK.
Best place in tho city to get your Livery
or board your horses.
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 5, 1898, newspaper, November 5, 1898; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775668/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.