The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 208, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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Now located in Ray-
A.M. Brock . flgf
From now until June 1 The In-
dian Chieftain and the Kansas
City Journal will be Bent to any
address a whole year for $1.10.
Fair tonight nnd tomorrow
Dr. Ovveu Is nick.
Spring chickens at Cowan's.
Gray will buy chickens and egg.
Mrs. Ward of the Jumbo store is
The purest freshest drug's at Fore-
luans. ' 1
Dick Martin is here from Pensacola
today. . '
E. L. Jlalsell and wife are now in
Fine siisps aud perfumes People's
The census enumerators begin work
Watch repairing guaranteed at
Jirlntf us ail your chickens and eggs.
John C. Gray. 1 '
in town toduv.
? . -n.. . uirii i .
'SCansas last night. '
W. E. Ilalseil returned from St.
Louis this morning. .
i Brock today received three elegant
1-EixH Xr. (ltvt. ninni
No other place like ours for drugs-
'People's drug store.
' Tames S. Davenport returned from
Fort Smith this morning.
MU Nel! Jennings went to Kimball
Kan. yesterday for visit.
' Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian
-church tonight at 8 o'clock.
Fresh string beans beets peas and
new potatoes at F. G. Cowan's.
Davis Hill and J. B. Burckhalter
went to Wagoner on today's flyer.
J. O. Hall went to his ranch In the
western part of the territory today.
The very best of everything in the
drug line at the People' drug store.
Mr. Amos and family are moving to
the Pattou hou-ie near rt.I.lSktkeney's
The Odd Fellows hold their semi-
annual election of olllcers next Mon-
day night. -
lied Cross ball bine is the best in
the world Large 2ox package costs
only 5 cents.
Strawberries finest of the season at
four boxes for 25c. Badgett's grocery
A ill Drew returned from a two
woek' visit at Tahlcquah and vicln-
) it v last night.
The sweetest freshest meats in the
city can always be found at the Vini-
ta meat tnrK
Wariif(l-All the chickens and eggs
that ci'ine to Viuita; highest market
price at .1. C. Gray's.
John L. Walkef came in frniii Tulsa
Wednesday and is peudmg a few
days with home folks
Mrs. Henry Wortman and children
went to Adair h.st evening to visit
Mr. and Mrs Jim IUx.
Wheiecanl get a nice beefsteak
for breakfast? At the Vlnita meat
store the bet in town.
... 1 J 1 k I M k a I 1 1 I jf i M 1
Phone No. 66.
Wo can furnish you the
w mtf. Try our Pancake Hour
T; have a mot excellent lino; we will be pi ad to
4 1 ' trv them. FRESH HERRI F.S EVERY DAY. p
3 T. M. Black rUiP-s on stand.
If.you wish to have beautiful clear
while clothes ask for Hod Cross ball
blue. Iter use Imitations.
Judge Gill returned to Muskogee
last night to reopen court in tho trial
the Creek warrant fraud.
Our health giving preparations are
unexcelled they tiro the best and do
their work well. People's drug store.
Itev. II. J. Poole left this morning
forTalala where ho will tomorrow
take up his duties as census enumer-
ator. The strawberry season for this sec-
tion Is about over tho' the supply
from north of us will continue for sev-
Tho closing exercises of the Sacred
Heart Institute take place at the op-
house tonight at 8 o'clock. Reserved
seats 35 cents.
With plenty of suuihine following
tho recent heavy rains It will be an
easy matter to see the farmers'. dimes
change to dollars. '
Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin Is guar-
teed to cure constipation indigestion
sick headache and stomach trouble
People's drug store. d&w
Mrs. Gaitber Chandler and her
sister-in-law Mrs. Wright went to
Adair last evening to visit relatives
returning this morning.
OklahomaCity defeated Tulsa Tues-
day by a score of 8 to 4. Hatteries:
Oklahoma liotirlln aud Weaver; Tul
sa Howell and McCrary.
Mrs. Fox Dannenberg of Chelsea'
is In the city attending commence
ment exercises at the Sacred Heart'
institute. Her daughter has been at
tending schoo! there this term.
Purify the sewers of the body and
stimulate the digestive organs to
maintain health strength and energy.
Prickly Ash Bitters is a tonic for the
kidneys liver ntomach and bowels.
B'or sale by Chapman and Briggs.
W. C. Patton has purchased a pretty
home in Transylvania county North
Carolina at which place he and his"
wife will spend the summer. They
will leave the latter part of June.
t Sour stomach fullness after eating
and flatulence are all caused by Im-
perfect digestion. Prickly Ash Bit-
ters corrects the disorder at once
drives oat badly digested food and
tones the stomach liver and bowels.
For sale by Chapman and Briggs.
A wreck on the Katy uear Blue
jacket last night in which four cars
were derailed caused a delay of five
hours In the arrival of the 4 o'clock
south bound passenger this morning.
The ladles wonder how Mrs. B.
manages to preserve her youthful
looks. The secret is she takes Prickly
Ash bitters;Mt keeps the system in
perfect order. For further particulars
call on Chapman & Briggs. dw
Frank Decker was lr charce of the
sleeping car from Kansas City to
Washington D. 4C.( that carried the
Shriners to the Imperial Council last
week. W. P. Farle- of this city was
the territory representative.
Mrs. Chas. B. Smith of Topeka wife
of the representative of the depart-
ment of justice appointed to assist
in the prosecution of the Creek war-
rant cases who has been spending a
few days with her friend Mrs. P. L.
Sopcr of this eity left for Topeka this
Alone in mid ocean or on the train
In the house or whilo at youroiliee
duties youare subject to disagree-
able results from irregular or exces-
sive diet. Dr. Caldwell's sprup pepsin
cures positively constipation indigest-
iiin sick headache and stomach
trouble. Sold by People's drug
Frisco Homeaeeker's Excursion
Homeseekers tickets on sale May 1
and 15 June 5 and 19. For further
Information call on or address nearest
agent. Biiyan Snyper G. P. A.
B. F. Drss D. P. A St Louis
1 M I 1 I i t k 1 1 a I M 1
best breakfast food in the v
with some of our "Clover" mi:
H la not only beautiful women who
hung over the mirror in the mormnir.
AnxidiiH women who are watching the wast
iiifi of their beauty stand betote the mirror
mm noic me.
by pain about
body and in
have by the
use of Doctor
scription been entirely
delin'nt the progress of. the cure marked
by brightening eyes reddening cheeks
and rounding form.
Woman's general health depends largely
upon the local health of the organs dis-
tinctively feminine. Irregular periods in
maidenhood followed after marriage by
debilitating drains and the common con-
sequences of motherhood inflammation
ulceration and displaced organs ruin the
general health. These conditions are en-
tirely removed by "Favorite Prescription"
the body blossoms in a new beauty and the
mind is entirely freed from gloom and de-
spondency. "Favorite Prescription" is not a
stimulant containing no alcohol or whisky.
" In Oclotier 1SS9 1 gave birth to a baby and the
treatment I received at the hands of the midwife
left me with female weakness" writes Mrs.
Cordelia Henson of Coalton Bovd Co. Ky. "I
had no health to speak of for three years. I had
another baby which was the third child. My
health began to fail and I had three miscarriages
so I found myself completely worn out. I had
so many pains and aches my life was a burden
to me and alsofto all the family for I was nerv-
ous and cross and I could not sleep. Just after
my last miscarriage (in 196) I was taken with a
severe pain in left side. Had four doctors come
to see me but at last I found I was slowly dying.
The doctors said I had liver lnng and uterine
trouble. I was in bed for months and when I
did get np I looked like a corpse walking about.
I commenced to take Dr. Pierce's Oolden Med-
ical Discovery. ' Favorite Prescription' and ' Pel-
lets' and ever since then I have been a well
woman. At mv monthly period now I have no
pain. My cheeks ate red and my fee is white
but before it was as yellow as saffron."
Oklahoma Dental Co.
Dr. G. F. Dean dentist manager of
the Oklahoma Dental Co. with head-
quarters In Oklahoma City willbe at
Hotel Cobb Vlnita Friday June 1 to
8 900 prepared to do all kinds of
dental work at prices within reach of
the people. But remember that he
Is not a "cheap John" workman and'is
not doing cheap john" work. By do-
ing a large business and buying his
material in large quantities he gets
the very best goods for the least
money. Then by having the latest
and best appliances and methods he
is enabled to execute the most perfect
work on the shortest time and at a
price far below the man who does
business on a small scale. Therefore
be Can and will do your work for less
money and still realize a good profit.
Do you want to know something
about him? He is prepared to show
you letters of recommendation' from
the very best and i.iost widely known
people in Oklahoma.
For eleven years he has been located
in Shawnee nnd Oklahoma City and
the facts that he was for five years
president of the Tentorial Hoard of
Dental examiners of Oklahoma and
that he represented Oklahoma at. the
"World's Fair Dental Congress" at
Chicago In 1S93 attest that the doc-
tor is a dentist of high standing; and
a high standing in any business can
only be attained by giving satisfac-
Ills painless method of extracting
teeth is a wonder. He can remove
our teeth with tin discomfort what-
ever. He extracts thousands every
year. Hereafter he will visit Vlnita
every three months of which due no-
tice will be given. This 3rst visit lie
will make extra low prices in order to
introduce his high grade work. Don't
fail to see h i in at once. At Hotel
Cobb June 1 to 8. L
CHOCTAW ROUTE'S EXCURSIONS.
Biennial meeting General Federation
of Woman's Clubs Milwaukee Wiscon-
sin. Tickets on sale June and and 3rd at
one' fare plus two dollars for the round
trip. Tickets limited for return passage
until June tlth with privilege of extend-
ing until June 30th.
Biennial convention of the National
Republican League of the United States j
St. Paul Minn. Tickets on sale July
14th 15th and l6tb at one fare plus two j
dollars for the round trip. Tickets are ;
limited until July 21st ' for the .return j
Uaptist Young People of America In- j
dustrial Convention Cincinnati Ohio j
Tickets on sale July 10th nth and 12th !
at one fare plus two dollars for the round !
trip. Tickets 3imited for return passage I
uutil July 17th with privilege of extend-1
ing till Augrst 10th. j
Knights of Pythias Conclave Detroit '
Mich. Tickets on sale August 25th 26th I
and 17th at one fare plus two dollars for 1
the round trip. Tickets are limited till ;
SepU5th for return passage with privilege
of extending till Sept. 14th.
For any information regarding the
(diove named rate call on or write C 11.
Hart. G V. A . C. O. & G. R. R.. Okk-
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V. iv'-.v O T...rJ.I . M : 1:
and Dressers at
w Lome m ana looK at our mock vve nave nr eieam nm; oi i
-S! Rockers. Dawn Chairs Etc. See our prices before buying. !-v
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.. ... . . . .
Has the latest and best
There is one on exhibition on the let south of the courthouse
and George Franklin Joe Harris Dan Warren and others have
already purchased machines.
In order to introduce them the first thirty machines manufac-.
tured will be sold at $45.00 EACH. After this they will be sold
higher. They will save $3.00 a day over any other hay stacker
made and are six points ahead of any and all other stackers.
.. .TO CONSIDER....
When you place an order for job printing Quality
is usualy the first point considered next come Price
anH TimP TUIT rUICTTAIW is hettrr able
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to do your work skillfully cheaply and promptly than'
any other institution in the Northern district.
We solicit a trial at your next order
The Daily Chieftain
The following kinds of approved form
'' on sale at
Chattel mortgages per dox :..3fec
Cherokee deed. ' 25c
Chattel Mort. sales 25c
Lien notes (a mortgage) per doz 50c
Bills sale " Kic
Bill Ssle (Cherokee Mort) per doz 2tic
Bills Sale short form " 25c
Renewal affidavits. 2-"
Prommlssory notes per 50 25c
Receipt. " 250
r till'" 1
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for Kansas city
....AND ST. LOUIS
aim Mil iHitnt s lii
For FT. SMITH. ITTLE ROCK
A HOT SPRINGS
and all mint in Louisiana Ar-
kansas and Tcx. Elegant da)
coirtics mid !'ulhiii Hnffpt Sleep-
H. C. TQWNSEND.
Pu. Tt Ac- ft .'i. L'.it
those New Folding; Beds
... .. . .....
MING FUR. CO.
40c a Month
R. R. Time Table
MISSOURI KANSAS A TKXAtt
tfo.l.M. K.A 1 Express (4:16 a no
No.:!. K.innlljul St.L. A X. ix .... 5:42pm
No. S. Fiver 10:14 am
No. Si KrHght and Accommo'lmWir I 1.45pm
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No. 4 Tax. St. L.& tlannllial Ex. ..
No. 8. Flyer
lo. fih. freiftl'l M'd accommodation
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Trin :Wil i''. 14:47 p. m
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 208, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1900, newspaper, May 31, 1900; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc776693/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.