The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 5, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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; For a nice. .v.
Pure apple vinegar at Halentine's
Single harness $6.50 at Lee Barett's
Nice fresh country honey at Balen-
tines. Putter and egs wanted at Halen-
tine's. Spring chickens at Cowan and
Telephone the Vinita Meat
Store No. 48.
L.F. P. Nessel.
si Y Y i vi a 1 J.
For Kunt--A two
Loat- Two cows with cal vc: one cow dark
i red l color with crinkly horns; branded
i circle "N;" one about 4 year old. the other
; older. Any information lead niir to recovery
of same will be liberally paid (or by Bteve
T.'na. Ui.ln T ...1. ).... r.ill iin n. u1
j tIJl L I . . I I J(i I V 1 1 1' II 1 1 1 1 1 111 Mill I ..II VI I HU
f J drei Charlie Uodliy Ularuuiore. I. T.
t ;( Tor Salo Northeast corner lot. cloHe In
I lilirh and drv : trees well two room house ;
f ! runts for 5 Desirable property ; price. fW)
t ; charlesworth.
f I WantedGood Klrl for ireneral housework
i I Oood waus and nfi-ady place to ritfht party.
i i Address W. 1. Jlrllton euro uatcun-uai-
I sell Grocery Co.
II EDGAR SMITH
(Mellette . Smith.)
H ' . ATTORNKV-AT-I.AW.
I i Rooms 1. 2 and a. I'. O. Hnildinir.
t ' Vinita I. T.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
jt lOfflce in New Ratcliff Building. Tele-
Vi phone lor. Vinita Ind. Ter.
: j TAMES S. DAVENPORT
l ) ATTORNEY AT LAW.
; 'jj Rooms 9 anl io New Ila'sell Building
1 VINITA. I. T.
i-avenport Sc Hall Attorneys at Law
Hank Building llaretnore I. i
i f tyt ii. kornega
VV ATTORNEY AT LAW
J Ami Notary Public. Office in new JIai;
5 sell building Vinita I. T. Will practice
in all the United States courts of the I. T.
CHAS. W. DAY D. D. S.
Sold Crown and Bridge Work a Special- I
T. Office over Ivt National Bank
VINITA I. T.
E. A STUBBLEFIELD.D.M.D
OfflceoverEstlln Furniture Co. Gray-
F.leA!.MA!f1L?.y.L?J.!J.:-T-t railroad opening
Miss Willie Trott went to Afton last
Fly nets dusters and whips at Lee
J. W. Skinner was here from Adair
Mayor J. S. Truitt is here from Af
ton today. .
Fresh Htapla and fancy groceries at
Nice line of visiting cards latest
styles at this ofllce.
Homer Clawson ba9 been quite sick
for the past few days.
Attorney Edgar Smith went to
Muskogee this morning.
Gasoline stoves all sizes; coal oil
stoves all sizes at Ed Lee's.
Pure cream at Padgett-Sanders
Mer. Co. Fresh every day.
David Santee and family moved
back to Wagoner yesterday.
When you want bargains In bale
ties go to Darrough Hardware Co.
Bruno Graffunder will buy your
second hand stoves and furniture.
Good farm within five miles of
Vinita to trade for town property.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Carpenter have
gone to Bloomfleld Mo. on a visit.
Dr. Feazell Surgeon Dentist
Office in aymond bulldlngr. 35 tf
Only a few nore days until the
Golden Rule will be ready for business.
Only G45 dozon for 1-2 gallon Mason
fruit jars at Darrough Hardware Co.
Darrough Hardware Co. has some
nice rugs that are being sold very
Forlawns lawn mowers lawn hose
lawn sprinklers lawn rakes at Ed
Miss Delia Cross went to Kansas
City yesterday to remain until Sep
Mrs. A. B. Shelton went to Chelsea
this morning to visit Mrs. Tom Mc-
Ice cream freezers that are ahead of
the old kind and at the same price at
Mrs. Fannie Nichols and little
daughter Jeft today for Flagstaff Ari-
zono to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P.Thompson went
to Tahlequah last night to attend the
500 yards 30-inch figured lawns
sheer qualities and neat pat- Qp
terns worth 5c sale price. . . 2
7 pieces Irish Dimities very neat
and dainty patterns ever piece
bought for this season's selling
and worth 10 cents during this Op
sale the yard for. . . Ol
20 pieces Primrose Batiste and
Shamrock Dimities. There are
more yards of these two brands
sold in the United States than any
other four brands made.on account
of the wearing qualities and color-
ings. They are sold in every city
at iSc. In our clearing up 1
sale they go the yard for... ' v
10 pieces Mercerised Batiste 30
inches wide in all the new shades
and colors in stripes and filp
Parisian effects 8c value
Dotted Swiss Muslin very popular
this season in Persian and black
and white effects worth 15 1 1 r
and 20c the yard. This sale. . 11 y
Printed Foulards in satin effects
very desirable for party or street
dresses in a variety of colors.worth
35 cents. In our clearing up O 1 p
sale the yard at L
Heavy welt P. K. desirable for
suits or separate skirts in blue
lavender and small 'figures 7 r
worth 15c the yard at ' v
Permanently located. Office at
Webb Bra-;' stables Soutt Wilson
Make your wants known through
the Daily CiiiektaIk and you'll find
anything you seek.
When you want spring chickens and
the very freshest best of vegetables
I'ne only Exclusive Eye Ear and Nose
Specialist in the Indian Territory
street. Ofiice phone 82 Residence telephone Cowan & Smart.
phone 69. Hospital for patients. .c k'irlr
makes kidneys and bladder right
Sold by Peoples' drug store.
If you want to sell your property
and want to sell it quickly list it with
too Vinita Pveal Estate Agency.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure al 1
diseases arising from disordered kid
neys or bladder. Sold by People's
Mrs. Mitchell of Memphis Ten nes
see who has been visiting nor sister
Mrs. Wm. M. MelleUe returned home
J. G. Simmons charged witb carry
ing concealed weapons was brought
in from Pryor Creek by Deputy Mar-
shal Bigger yesterday afternoon.
For good ice leave orders at
Foreman's Drogf Store 'phone 16
V EAR ck
Eyes treated and glasses properly fitted
Ofhce at Drug More.
R. H. GILLESPIE
' Office 'over l'ostoflice.
J Fhoue 20.7.
N. L. ESTLIN & CO.
Dealers in High Grade Furniture.
Day Telephone 168.
Stock complete and up-to-date.
Coffins and caskets.
Night Telephone 224.
butter and eggs at Balen-
trio most h"Mng er'vo In tha world.
We Are Not.
bee Woouard lor your
signs. Shop north of Fris-
i co depot.
But WC Believe in Signs. r SI. George Davis will.'con-
duct the business.
Mrs. J. A. Thompson and mother
Mrs. David Taylor returned from
Eureka Springs Ark. today where
they have been visiting for the past
Foley's Kidney Cure Is a medicine
free from poisons and will cure any
case of kidney disease that Is not be
yond the reach of medicine. Sold by
Prtfinln'a rlriiiT cfnra y) ...
1 llltiKC .til UlCbL I Manv nprsnnt In this rnmmiinittr nro
Styles including photOS suffering from kidney complaint who
in folders could avoid fatal results by using
Fa;t nf nilrmri rrn;;- Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by rco-
pics' arug siore. aw
l'OWlCr Co. will allow25 percent
Jl 1 Ull J I 1 W III guvUO
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewin a practicing physi-
cian of Smith's Grove Ky. for over
thirty years writes his personal ex-
peilerice with Foley's Kidney Cure:
"For years 1 had been greatly bother-
ed with kidney and bladder trouble
and enlarged prostrate gland. I used
everything known to the profession
without relief until I commenced to
use Foley's Kidney Cure. After tak
ing three bottles 1 was entirely re
lieved and cured. I prescribe it now
daily in my practice and heartily re
commend its use to alt physicians for
such troubles. I have prescribed it
in hundreds of cases with perfect suc-
cess. " Sold by People's drug store dw
OtivER B.-.G2Y Pres.
J. O. Haix V-Pres. W
L. Chapman AssistantJCashier
P. Pbti.mm. TushiM- W
First National Bank
VINITA INDIA NJTERRITORY.
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in the Cherokee Nation.
OLIVER BAGBY B. F. FOR7NER E.B.FRAYSER A. L. CHULHILL E.N.
RA TCLIFF H'. A. GRAHAM . O. HALL G. if. CLARK IV. E. HALS ELL.
uoeiasaisuenerai canKins tsusiness. 4
(First fublishod July 22 1902.)
Id the O. S. District Court af Vinita In the
Northern District of the Indian Terri-
licnjamln F. Johnson Plaintiff I No.
Sarah Ella Johnson ct al. Defts. I Equity.
The defendants. Ida Allen. Eva A. Pres
ton K.lx'rt Johnson. Arthur Johnson and
Wllbnr M. Johnson are warned to nppcar
In this court within thirty days and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff Benjamlu V.
Johnsuu for partition.
By P. M. FOKD. Deputy.
J'reston S. T)avls. attorney for plaintiff.
I)nnls H. Wilson attorney for the non-
inley's Barber" Shop.
We have put iu an addition-
al cliair and now have four
ti v cnairs in operation enauung
r ns to give bttter service.
You don't have to wait.
T. FINLEY Proprietor.
l-k GET U YOI R
Cleaned at Watson's
new process makes them new.
. r '
" i That is clear.
h Z3 Free from
JwLZ burned oil.
ire the 'most fatal of all dis
5 KIDNEY GURE 1$ l
cr money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by cmi'
ncnt physicians as the Best for
Kidney and EIadd:r troubles
PRICE 50c anJ St.CO.
Gex & Miller
Livery Sale and Feed Stable
Special attention to driving trade.
Wagon 'yard in connection.
phone No 6.
So. Wilson St. Viiiit
Ice always on hand.
Visit the plant and see it
Vinita Light lc;
Foley9 s Hone;'
'cr childrea.sa fe 5 nr. -
S''-d by Polices' tirujf 4
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