The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 110, Ed. 1 Monday, February 11, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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Want ads nnt til oxctiud tlvo linns will be
limm-lc'il lu llils iMiluniii cum wei-k (I) iluys)
for S uiMim. If you want to buy or noil or
triolu. or Imve lnMor found luiymmK inwii
help or wunt work It will puy you to uo
I'or Hiilu-K Rood i it lot work rnurn will null
for chhIj or on tlmo 1'rloe $.'10. Apply HI Hie
Ulilofiulii oMIco for furlliur Inforuiiitiiin.
Ulrl WHiited to do Kunerul homo work. .1
XI. Sluircr. i-lW
Lout Oloves between W W Miller's knd I)r
I'ortuer'M pair of nenrly new driving
KloveM. I.euvu ut Chlcfliilu olllce or nt Mr
Millar's and it t rewin d. luu-ilu
Htruy Notice-Taken np lit my pliie one
bluek sow w til rop off left and miderblt In
rlifliteur. Owner ewi Imve sunon by provlnic
property und piiyliiu for feed uud tills notleu.
A.M. Ilrook. lus-.Sl
A (rood work team and a lot of furmlnii
tools for sale by V. 1. Newman. lon-Wc
Wblte lrl wanted to do general linusc-
work. Mrs. J. 1' . ( liurlesw )i tli. S-Wo
LotYoun bird dou-Ilond nnd eurs
black mid bluck spot on rlubt shoulder
ollierwlsu white. Liberal reward If left at
my residence. G. W. Miller. s-l:l:
If your paper is not delivered regu-
ularly make complaint promptly by
'phone or otherwise to this office.
We will esteem it a favor and will
try to Insure better service.
H. J. Poor..
W. C. Nichols
Estimates Given on all Kinds
Building : and : Repairing
Neatly done at reasonable price; res-
ilience 1st door south Hadgett's store.
West's bread at Cowans.
Ed Couch of Eagle was in town
Ilobes ut cost. Lee Ilarrett.
Attorney Truitt of Afton is in
Cowans for Country produce.
Revival at tha Baptist cluirch to-
night. Headquarters for feed Cowans.
P. L. Soper went to Muskogee last
Collars and culls at Lee Barrett's.
James MeliUu of Alluwe is here at-
Team bridles and whips. Lee Bar-
rett. Missllebecca Anderson is visiting
relatives in Arkansas.
See the . bargains in machines at
A. M. Brock's.
Attorney Win. Mellette went to
Colilnsville on business today.
If you have anything to sell bring it
to 1'. 0. Cowan.
Mr. a ml Mis. Cmrence 1'reislg ar-
rived yesterday from Paris Tex.
Buggies at your own price. Cut! and
see them. Lee Barren.
Revival services will be continued
every night throughout the week.
Wanted Twenty shouts weight 7.
to 100 pounds. Bee Barrett. 10(S-t;t
Claude Cox and daughter Miss Net-
lie were over from Chelsea yesteid.iy.
l'iesh Fish and oysters a specialty
at ttie Cobb house lunch counter.
Nat Rider assistant prosecuting at-
torney returned to Muskogee today.
Mrs. Dennis Hicks is selling choice
groceries at the lowest possible prices.
A. K. Freeman spend Sunday in
Vinita and went home to Catale this
Wire and nails always in stock at
lowest prices at SaniR. Frazee & Co.
J. W. Thatcher a well known far-
mer living near Kelchum wan in
tow n today.
The Cobb house restaurant and
lunch counter has reopened for busi-
There was fcood attendance at all
the Sunday schools and churches Sun-
The Darrough Hdw. Co. makes
' special prices to Blacksmiths on mat
Attorneys Talbot and McCiure of
Miami are repieseuting clients before
Judge Gill's court.
Ask your grocer fur Red Cross Ball
Blue. Large two ounce package five
Moulds for making counterfeit
nickels for 1100 and quarters for
were found near Ogccchcc I. T.
Will pay 30 cents for bones 20c for
tastings fur three weeks. Top price
fur hides all the time. Bluejacket
Ricket Sure. jaal-tf
Call on Darrough Hardware Co. for
all kinds or hardware goods carried In
a hardware store dw
Wulker Sample brother of J. II.
Sample of this place passed through
Vinita yesterday enrouto fur St.
Have you seen (hat line of nickel-
plated ware at Sam . Frazee &
A full line of guaranteed cutlery
when you need the best. Sam E.
Frazee & Co. 101-tf
Dr. Edwards will conduct the revi-
val services at the Baptist church to-
night. Everybody Is Invited to
Navo several first class second hand
Machines going at redlculously low
prices. Closing them out. A. M.
Rev. C. Stubblelield who has been
conducting reyival serylces for several
weeks returned to Ills home at Ard-
The place to get u nice lunch day
or night is at the Cobb house lunch
Mrs. W. J. Strange went homo to
Chelsea this morning after visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ray-
mond a few days.
Have your old dirty clothes cleaned
mended and pressed or your extra
pants made by John II. Manis Patton
A. S. Nottingham was over from
Eagle Saturday. While here he met
his old friend W. II. Thompson of
Little Rock Ark. whom he had not
seen for 17 years.
If you want a bargain come in and
price oueof those second baud Sew-
ing Machines. They won't last long.
A. M. Brock.
There Is absolutely no truth in the
rumor that Emmet Rea will act as
grand marshal of the proposed parade
to be given St. Patrick's day March 17.
For nickel plated granite; anti-
rust and tinware see Sam. . Frazee
The grand jury at Muskog"e will
today commence an investigation of
Crazy Snake's recent "revolution." It
is stated that some 60 fullbloods will
be indicted for conspiracy.
Are you nervous run down weak
and despirited Take a few does of
Herbiue. It will iufuse new energy
new life into the exhausted nerves
the overworked . brain or muscular
system and put a new face on life and
business; price 50 cents. People's
M. A. Sultser is here with a carload
of buggies from the famous Spauld-
l.ig manufacturing company of Grin-
nell. la. These vehicles are of
superior make and are finding ready
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m n Fin7fP r?n
To Open Your Purse!
You'll be Glad if You Do and Sorry if You Don't.
TAinfAOC Itichiliou brand extremc-
I OlllcIXUGd ly nice solid meaty fel-
lows all of perfect ripe-
ness with a perfection and delicacy of flavor to
surprise you. You can have them here at 15c
a can or $1.75 a dozen.
llichilieu brand; wo wouldn't offer
vOm you anything else because none oth-
er is as good. This well known qual-
ity needs no praise ; sweet and luscious grown
in the state of Maine and canned next to the
farm. Only 14c a can $1.50 per dozen.
Dri.ri cr Richilieu brand grown in June and
r Vttb canned as soon as picked ; all the
'juice and flavor of the pod canned
for vou as nice and tender as if taken from the
garden ; Early June variety 20c a can or $2.00 a dozen.
" This is to appeal to youa intellect as well as to your purse.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
Telephone No. 21.
If r JPfc
MBO STORE I
There is probably no disease or don
dition of the human system that
causes more suffering and distress than
piles 'fabler's Buckeye pile ointment
cures them quickly without pain or
detention from business; price oOc in
bottles; tubes 7oc. People's drug
The Chieftain acknowledges an in-
vitation to attend the wedding and
reception of Senator J. R. Hastings
and Miss Elizabeth Shelton at the
home of W. V. Hastrtigs at Tahle-
quah on the 20tb inst. The popular
young people will enter the married
state with the best wishes of a host
of acquaintances all over the Chero-
Don't let the hand of time paint
wrinkles on your face. Keep young
by keepiug the blood pure and the di-
gestive organs in a healthful condi-
tion. Herbiue will do this. Health
Is youth disease and sickness brings
old age; price 50 cents. People's drug
Controversy Over a Will.
Judge Gill rendered a decision
this morning in the case of Frank
Godfrey and others against George
Finley fansferred from Miami f he
action pmin&ted from a distiu te as to
the Interpretation of the will of Allen
m . . I J
Zeda. Judge uui louna ior ine ae-
fendant but stated that the plaintiffs
were heirs-at-law but are not the sole
heirs. They were awarded $5 each
the amount that was previously ten
dered them. Ninety days was given
to the plaintiffs in which to perfect
Neatly dressed men are an index to
a ueat progressive city. John II.
Manis can fix you out. See him. Pat-
ton builbiug up stairs. dw
Low prices on barbed wire and nails
at Darrough Hardware Co. dw
A Talented Company.
. Probably no audience that ever as-
sembled in the local opera house was
more amusingly entertained than that
which laughed at the ridiculous situa-
tions and clever comicalities pre-
sented Saturday night in the farcical
three act skit: "Lend Me Your
Miss EthelT ucker and her company
of selected performers had won their
way to the hearts of the Vinita
amusement lovers by their entertain-
ing talent in the presentations or
rill ..r.rl VpiflllV II iuht. So well
were they received that the' matinee
Saturday was well atteuueo an un
usual occurrence for Vinita.
Miss Tucker is a finished actress of
a great deal more than ordinary tal-
ent and she has a charming demeanor
on t he stage. Miss Lizzie M. 'Pay lor
Miss Yirdeu and Miss Kate Cameron
each won econiums of praise. The
hiM-rUavoumr lady of great prom
ise possessing a rich voice and attrac
tive presence and is not oy any means
the lesser member of a remarkably
Little Pauline Virden a pretty
miss of nine or ten years sang.dauced
and cake-walked with a charming
grace and naivette demonstrating
that the child has had remarkably
i: i - luhli.li rnnihined
with her juvenile sweetn-ss and mod-; ?
esty makes her greatly admired. The j
gentlemen Allen Kelley LewVirden j r
G. Bert Rodney Frank linn lilted.
Taylor and K. Sunipter Smith need
no especial mention. They are clever
and their talent together with that
of the ladies has won for the com-
pany the title of "The best repertoire
Stoves 1 Ranges
ry.iSs.. - . - -
The most complete line of Stoves
and Ranges ever seen in Vinita
will be found at our store. Every
stove guaranteed in every partic-
ular and the price is always right.
Sam R. Frazee & Comp'y
Superior Cook Stoves.
THE RIGHT MOMENT!!
In these short days it is frequently still dark when it is
time to get up. You'll oversleep yourself unless you have
a reliable alarm clock that will wake you at the right moment.
j I flave Clocks that Will Help Yoti Get to Work "on Time.
They don't cost a great deal anil are tully warrantee oniy
Moore's pilules are a guaranteed
cure for all forms of malarial ague
chills and fever swamp fever malar-
ial fever bilious fever jaundice HU-
msness fetid breath and a tired
listless feeling. They cure rheuma-
tism and the lassitude followiug
blood poison produced from malarial
poisoning. No quinine. No arsenic
acids or iron. Do not ruin stamach
or teeth. Entirely tasteless. Price
50 :ents per box. Dr. C. C. Moore Co.
310 North Main street St.. Louis Mo
Sol I by People's drug store. dwly
One brown or black mule about 10
bands high fresh sheared about ten
years old ears pointed at top. Suit
able reward. T. LUNTKk.
l-'ine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
MOTTO Not the cheapest but the BEST work at all times
t AUGUST SCHLIECKER $
f JEWELER UND OPTICIAN. s
South Wilson St. Vinita.
Pittingcr & Shields...
Who were burned out last week can
be found on South Wilson street sec-
ond door south of Madden .Iarre'1 &
Gee's big new store.
MING FURNITURE CO.
We have a line of Bed Room Suits
which we will close out at a big re-
duction. Anyone needing a nice suit
can save money by buying from us.
The best solid oak suit in the world
A Large Line of Coffins and Caskets.
Embalmers and Funeral Directors.
Ming Furniture Co.
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