The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 295, Ed. 1 Monday, September 16, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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ICE COLD DRINKS
ICE CREAM SODA
J. S. OBORN Proprietor
: Frazee's for the best goods.
Feed of all kinds. Phone 73.
f Side saddle for $0 at Lee Barrett's.
' 16.00 buggy harness at Lee Barrett's.
Beans 5c a pound at L'alentlne's.
Judge Gill opens court at Wagoner
A new line of picture moulding at
Mrs. Carl Bradley is numbered with
Mr. Baber went to Henryetta this
Nat Rider was up from Muskogee
Baby buggies at cost at Ming Fur-
For Rent a nicely furnished roam
Thone-'S. ' 293
Full leather collar for $1.00 at Lee
Best grade of bacon and lard at
Buy your school bioksofEl Hose
Corn chops bran and thurts at F.
ltbt grade of flour f-'.O'J per 100 lbs
' Storage room for furniture at Swain
Guy Franklin I confined to his
home quite 111.
John Parks left fur Tulsa on this
Chickens and butter always on
;hand at Ccwau's.
Fre-h cheese bjlogua and dried
beef at IlalcnttueV
Col. E l Brown of D:iwmii Is regis-
teied at the Cobb.
W. C. Gatewood was visiting friends
In Adair yesterday.
Attorney Wm Mellette went to
'Wagoner this morning.
Trie best bar J wheat flouron earth
Old Glory at Cowan's.
Fresh oyters in any r-tylc'at the
Silver Moou Kcstaurant.
Cul. Pliny L. Soncr honored Vinlta
with his prepense yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zenu came In
from Spavlnaw this morning.
Miss Maguerltle Camming returned
from Srrlngfleld this morning.
'ju.irt can furjputtlng up fruit for
pal ut DarrougU Hardware Co.
Arbuckle and Lion coffee two pack-
ages fur2-" tents at IUIentiuc's.
See those V side a Idles all Cali-
fornia hklrling at Leo Barrett's.
Atlas oat meal for Mb; at Ibi'.cn-
tlne's. Coupon In etch package.
Firio line of weet cakes anl crack-
ers hire and fresh at Ba'cntine's.
High gride gan to let to rcr -i
tlei irtif". I':rr.uh llarlwar.' ('.
J. V: h v.-; - i r A !.: r. :it y. r- 1
: -.y wish 1 N d.u. tl.ttr .'li-s I; i'.-
Mr.. A. M. IVhb .f A .'.sr. U
-nr. h' ii r .!; -.Mil r .'!-. .1. 11. (. :r-
(:. .cry. i
Get)iir irpt turiit.1 ;u 1 it '
do u agai.i f.r winter. Si!n & J
GraCiiri ler. j
Uev. I; nt rctun c l from MUmi
this morning where bo has I ivu luld-
1 n . meetings.
Constable .Sirams left fir Miami
this morning to attend th3 Commis-
A Bsc of stoves equal t? any in the
Southwest can be found at .Sim II.
Mrs. Mary Elliott who has been ill
for several weeks is In a very serious
A aire water f-et given away with
oerytlO. worth of t"j..!s bvught r.f
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Arter cr.tcr-
i air e 1 a number f friend at Ciut r
ittt.?Ctbb II -tcl Saturliy in ft n -f
f Mr. arl Mr. II. C. Im;tt. w br
c.V-r-iU-l the 4'th a'.'.ivcr-iry it
i.c:r wc iJ.r.j -n that 2 jy.
Pure apple vinegar 30 cents per
gallon; also vinegar 20 cents per gal-
lon at Patenting's.
The best place to eat if you are
hungry and want a good meal is .it.
New Gem Restaurant. 25c.
Rev. Yokley of Billings Mo. who
has been holding meetings here left
this morning for Bristow I. T.
Edward Rose the Jeweler is get-
ting In new goods every day and is
getting ready for school trade. 295
L. B. Bell Jas. S. Davenport and J.
C. Starr returned to Fort Gibson this
morning after spending Sunday at
Why write? You can now talk to
Galena Joplin Columbus Baxter
Springs and Weir City over the tele
Are you hungry? Go t ) the Gem
restaurant. Everything good to eat.
25 cents a meal. Short orders a spe-
cialty. Mrs. Eugenia Eubank and Miss
Flossia Carselowery went to Afton
yesterday where they will teach la
the public school.
II. II. Lybrand Is again occupying
bis desk in the court bouse after a
mouth's confinment at Muskogee In
the clerk's ofllce.
Get your certificate at Ratcliff's for
bread contest. Remember there are
three prizes. Bread must be in by
Thursday at 9:30 a. tu.
We have the most complete line of
Hardware and Furniture ever brought
to Vinlta. Remember tie pluce.
Sam II. Frazee & Co.
The new Racket store In Raymond
building is the cheapest place for
notion stationary and school sup-
plies. Ei R')e the Jeweler. 2'jS
Mrs. Elaney Lewis deputy supreme
oracle of Royal Neighbors in the In-
dian Territory left yesterday for
Miami where fcbo will organize a new
A message from W. II. Tarrant at
Kansas City states that bis little boy
taken to the hospital there a few days
ag) has grown worse and may not re-
cover. Modioli gow ns Tor fall and winter
will I designed by Mrs. Perry Bee-
son and MM A!ha Mmsball at Mrs.
rlackotone'. on WiUon street north
of Fri-co tracks. tf
THE ELUSIVE LOBSTER.
Sorer That Are Mrlt- Trltli Copper
Tag lr the Government
Several hundred lobsters hav been
traveling uiKut in Buzzard' bay and
it neighborhood recently with metal
tups attached totluir roses this meth-
od being adopted by the United States
fish commission for the purpose of
finding out omothing us to the meth-
ods of migration adopted by these
fruntacenn nnd also nt to the speed
t which they make their journeys-.
In spring and rurly Rummer large
number of egg-bearing female col-
lected from the shores of Conneotieut
JthooV Inland and aoiUhern Massa-
chusetts are brought to the hatchery
at Wood's lloll. where the cgp rc re-
moved and Incnhntctl in glass jar.
Then the animal nre rcttirneJ to the
ocenn. Incidentally about .V0 of
them not long ago were marked with
copper tag bearinjr consecutive num-
bers and a rciue( that they be re-
turned to the commission snv the
Philadelphia Saturday livening Post.
One iliJV:'uby encountered wax that
the Cncks nnd portur-e who own
a crent many lo1.'er pot In that vicin-
ity id.ov.ed a tVi lii.atioti to rciern
-. t i-s prcf. rt 'v -r i y-' ! '1 "' s"'"!
v.iit'.-- th :i- t hirriro. '-vt r!!. !: ".
? nvv tl.nt an stV:M h s'.-r l:
f r (
n fur a sji
f r t 'il 4 '. '') .f I'.e b.'.-l. rf liV
rr;-t.' 1 returned t;.e'r try ar.d
f. -r.i'd t'tlr vny to jv.-r. It ') " a
fc vv ueeis. Tl.H' it I .bvi'ristl.at the
fv:t rtcrri!.iti n of 1bi valuable
crr.-tat rrui nt all event in a commrr-
eial rns cannot Jon:r b deferred.
Not much of importance wni r.-ecr-taincd
a to misrration. but tbedata
obtained ecned to Indicate that h.h-
rters hare a homhij; Instinct that ii
to ay. a tendency t return to the
locality to which they have Wen no-
customed. Kvidenec on this p4nt was
f rcure 1 by l.l-cratirsr the animals at
rarioua points distant from places
There they were caught. For illus-
tration when a lobster caught at
Wood's lloll and released at Gay Head
1 reef pt tired at Wood' lloll it eems
a if only a hominr impulse could ac-
count for the momcrt. Snth in-
tar.ces. in f.?r t v ere ri'Uierou.
It wi'I surprise most pt( pie to b ars
that on declared by the cx-pcrts thi
lobster I rcir.arl.abe for th swift-
r.es of ii s 1oaj;io 'on 1 fir? fil by a
flexion of its all-.nf n to shoot 1 ack-tc.-trd
ihr".'1! te wsfr viih r.-tcn-
fe ' in a s- f -r. i.
Don't buy your "Patent Leathers" until you have seen Ratcliff's line;
and "pats" are the popular things to buy for this fall. The men in fashion
will wear them. We have never had so strong: a line so many kinds and
such good ooes. 1
Edwin Clapp's price. $5.00 and $6.00
Pingree & Smith's price $5.00
Hamilton-Brown's and Sefz's at. $3.50
Young: mens patent leathers 3 to 5 1-2 . " .$3.00
In all new toes and widths. Our lines of patent shoes for ladies and
misses ase complete. We shall be pleased to show these to you.
n r-f v-'f r '. m7?x? .v
Court Session Adjourned.
Judge Gill has ordered the esslon
of court at Miami adjourned until
October 14th Instead of October 7th
as heretofore announced. This was
made necessary by the large docket
that will confront the Court of Ap-
peals when It meets at South Mc-
Alester Oct. 1st and which could not
be cleared In tirneto allow Judge
Gill to sit at Miami before the new
The Fraternal Aid will meet at I.
O. O F. ball Thursday night at 8
o'ch tk. New members notloitiated
aie expected to attend and all mem-
bers are urged to be present.
Gex Sc Miller are In the Thompson
barn formerly occupied by Spalding
Bros'. Will run a feed yard and also
hive t-ome nice uew livery rigs.
Joe Davis Is now occupying his
handsome new tonsorial parlor south
of Post OtTlce where he would be
pleased to see all of bis oi l patrons.
All metropolitan conveniences tf
The general standard of measurement
for womanhood is "grown-up-ness."
When a girl is emancipated from school
and arrives at the dignity of trailing
skirts and elaborate hair dressing she is
i - i ... . !
a yoa;:r; woman.
k rots nothing
of such s'.nr.d-
ar.U. v.1-c:i the
is anoe or ney'ect It
results In lo-.n
years of after
perceive the evi-
dences of func-
raeni m youug tr-ris tuuuia juv'luj.u;
have them legin the use of Pr. Pierce s
Favorite I'rescnption. It establishes reg-
ularity tranquihes the nerves and toi.es
up the whole system. .
Mr tmiSIs ta-1ed dnrinp rnr pr:hod.
rritr Miss Flora I. rw. of i7 Howe Strret
Akron. ).. "tmt did prot Knout until isyj.
-rri at evrr tnonth'r ptirxl w-ih t'TnMe
:. he im'stion ot the pm anl f9'" n
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(ne oxt'r wti'id tt-:t me "me tVine t.tt 1 rpt
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s Frank Harmon Prop'r.
Jr1.) Everything That is Kpt in an
Fresh Bread Cakes
On Wednesday afternoon and evening we will have our tirst
jrrand opening of rail and winter Millinery. We will at this time
make the grandest display of ladies' misses' and children's bead
wear ever shown In Vluita. We have hats ranging In price from
$ 1 to $50 and can suit the most fastidious. We have elegant
hoods for the bahy nobby hats for the little miss something per-
fectly swell for the young ladies and a tine bonnet for the older
ladle. Uemember Wednesday afternoon aud evening 18th.
Rambo Millinery Company.
THE BEST TERRITORY
Sam lEtLidon Td otjot
; Will t-clivcr ioo.to all i-tris
- You need not le careful ia your own judgment in buying jewelry
here. Just suit your own pleasure and take that which' pk.ies volt
and ?.sk how well
I can reccommend the article.
If it's gocxl quality I will be able to recenmiend it h'ghlv. I uar
ar.teeall the goods I sell for they are just what I clairi'lorthem.
When you wint anything in the jewelry line call and see nhatl have
I'ne aid complicated watch rcp'-irirg a specialty. Mottc-: Not the
cheapest I ut th': l'LST vnk at all tiru s.
No. 26 Stith W !so St.
ita "eat H arket.
Meat Market-.-. Nice Fresh Line of
Canned Goods Fruits Con-
fections Ggars and Tobacco.
Pies. Prompt Delivery.
The Best and Cheapest.
DAILY THE CHIEFTAIN
of ihe city.
Jew tier aid I pt;c
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 295, Ed. 1 Monday, September 16, 1901, newspaper, September 16, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775942/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.