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The Vinita daily chieftain. [volume] (Vinita, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1902-1913, December 19, 1902, Image 3

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If You Want Your Orders
Delivered P ROFl PTLY
Bring Them to Us
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mSUALLY people like to
know the surroundings
of what they eat. A visit
to our store will convince you
that everything we have is
fresh and clean. See our new
line of China for the holidays
.Local Syii725?.
I TAYLOR & LAWRENCE
.' TELEPHONE 66 RATCLIFF'S OLD STAND. I
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Holiday vStale
AT.
VIMER DRUG CO.
Perfumes, Toilet Water, Soaps
Fancy Box Paper, Shell Boxes
Smoking- Sets, Souvenir Cuff
and Collar Boxes, Decorations
for Christmas, Tables, Orna
ments, Toilet Sets, Pipes and
High Grade Cigars, Clothes
Brushes, Hair Brushes. Our
Line Cannot be Excelled
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.-
EDGAR SMITH,
(Mellette & Smith.)
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Booms 1, 2 and 3, P. O. Butldinif.
Vinita. I. T.
DR.L. BAGBY, - . -
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
fflce In New Ratclifl Building. Tele
phone lor. ViniU, Ind. Ter.
DR. WIMER,
ine only Exclusive Eye, Ear and Nose
. Specialist in the Indian Territory ,
TAMES S. DAVENPORT,
"ATTORNEY AT LAW.
tooma 9 and io, New Halsell Building,
VINITA. i. .1.
Pavenport & Hall, Attorneys at Law,
. -a uank Building, ciaremore, i. i
H. KORNEGAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Public. Office in new HalJ
ell building, VimU, I. T. Will practice
In all the United States courts of the I. T.
HAS.W. DAY, D. D. S.,
Vrf rSDENTIST.
Sold Crown and Bridge Work a Special
y. Office over F;t National Bank
VINITA. X. T.
DR. COSTON DODSON,
Osteopathic Physician,
Up etiirs to Rsymond Bldg.
Hours 3 to 5 and 7'to 8:30.
Consultation free Telephone 263.
Residence Pbone No. 241.
Eyes treated and glasses properly fitted
Office at Drag Store.
E.A. STUBBLEFIELD.D.M.D.
Dentiat.
Office over Estlln Furniture Co., Gray
Halsell building, VlnlU, I. T.
Oold Cane.
The gold cane that will he sold at
auction by the HaptNt Lumen a
donation from President Roosevelt.
The Raztr N quite a success. Re
freshment will be erved this evening
nd tomorrow!
. IV. CRAIG. M. D..
Physician and Surgeon.
ice upstairs, over' ClierokeeNational
Bank,
; VINITA, IND. TER.
nerfluous hairs, small tumors and
i blemishes permanently removed
.ectricity. Sprains, joint troubles
rheumatism successfully treatej by
o-Therinal method.
' 5 trted',without me of kojfe.
Levy-Beatty.
Married at the parlors of the West
ern Hotel la-t night at nine o'clock,
Mr. J. L Heattir snl Miss Pearl Lew
of Talala. Ry. J. M. Gross performed
the ceremony.
A Great Nuisance.
It Is no uncommon thing for people
coming and going acro the Frisco
tracks at the depot and the switch
Just north, to be compelled to go
around a freight train or stand around
In the mud until It Is moved. Just a
few evening ago, and is not uncom
mon, that a train of cars had the
street "blocked" more than thirty
minutes, and the people living north
of the depot are getting tired of such
c4'iiessne8 on the part of the train
men.
Foley's Money and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.
Sold by Peoplts' drug store.
Santa C ans Is'at Fra.ee'c.
Gingerbread at the Home Bakery.
Ed Lee'n scNsors are good scissors.
Leavd u.kiers for Santa at Frazee's.
AU kinds of rubbers at the Golden
Rule.
( rictures rrHiuea ao iiruno uranun-
dcrV. ,
Lee B. Evvlng of Nevada, Mo., was
here today.
Home made cioriie, all kinds at
the Home Bakery. ,
A few of thoe elegant pictures left
at Fra.ee's.
Mrs. A. T. Ingram was here from
KeNo today.
Curtains to fit any ouggy at Bruno
Graffunder's.
W. 11. Nobles and wife are here
from Edna, Kans.
Window glass at Fore
man's. Good Luck Cats for Christmas at
The Golden Rule.
The 5th car load t-t furniture since
Aturutt at Frazee s.
Senator Davis of Deleware district
is upending a few days here.
See the new lite of home made
candies at the Home Bakery.
J. S. Davenport went to Ada this
mornlr g on business.
Sets t he larue sssortment of holiday
goods at Fcople'sdrug store.
Miss OUve Gray will spend the holi
days at Aurora, Mo.
Smiley & Graffuoder will buy your
second hand furniture and stoves.
A new llneof Morris chairs just re
ceived for Christmas at Frazee's.
II. M.Smith and his bride are spend
ind their honeymoon In Kansas City.
Fresh candies, strawberry, choco
late: and cocoanut at the Home
Bakery.
Wm. McCrusry of Denver, Colorado
Is in Yinlta vis'ting friends and relfr
lives.
Go to RaraseyJ&Gerlacn's and buy
your bugity and get that set of har
ness free.
Mrs. Delia Crosi received a present
today of a large box of mistletoe from
Okmulgee.
What comfort In the thought that
you have a Cole's Hot Blast stove, for
they are coal savers.
J. W Crlsn and Chas. Patterson of
Eina, Kansas are transacting business
here this week.
A Christmas present of a nice set of
harness If you buy your buggy of
Ramsey and Gerlacb.
W. T. Lemon of Kinsas City;
brother of Mrs. J. II. Arter was visit
ing In the city jesterday.
A complete new line of furniture
specialties for the holiday trade. Fra
zee Hardware & Furniture Oo.
Money Ho loan In sura from 15 to
100 on short tlms. See J. R. Camp-
hell, at Tcit.cl Ill's store, dtfw
FOWLER for perma
nent photographs,
nirdeo Trott came In this morn
Ingfroru avetteville University to
spend the holidays with home folk
Let us name to you what we have
that will make nice Christmas pres
ents. Frazee Hardware & Furniture
Bob Neff, the Oklahoma politician,
delivered a lecture at Fairland last
night under the auspice of the Fra
ternal aid society.
A kidney or bladder trouble can al
ways be cured by using Foley's Kid
ney Cure In time. Sold by People's
drug fttore. dw '
The People's drugstore has put In
a new line of spectacles, gold, alumi-
cun and steel frames. We make no
charges for fitting glasses to eyes."
FOWLER has two large
skylights and is making
photos as good cloudy
weather as when clear.
Don't be Impose 1 upon bv taking
substitutes offered for Foley's Honey
and Tar. Said by People's drug
ft.' re. dw
Phil Reuter will have charge of ti e
Cherokee land office to be opened heie
Itniiary 1st. He la company with
II. B. Smith win here th' week mak
ing final arrangements for the occu
pancy of the oiHce.
The plans and specifications for the
Uoited Stales Jtil at this place have
at last been received after a long de
lav some where along the line. Bids
will have to be mailed Ibis evening In
order to reach Washington in time to
be considered t he 22nd.
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I Suggestions for
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A Timely Topic.
At this season of cougtis and colds
It Is well to know that Foley's Honey
and Tar is the greatest throat and
lung remedy. It cures quickly and
prevents serious results from a cold.
Sold by Peop'e's drug nf.nro. dw
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QhrlsimsLS Presents
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The largest stock of dolls in Vinita
1 Oc to $2
Wedge wood pitchers, 7Rp
eadh. I 0j
Wedge wood plaques Q t
each ........O JU
Bronze Statues CQ
-each... J)O.JU
Terra Cotta Plaques t 1 RH
each... 4 I uU
Russian Bisque vaces QRp
each ' OUu
Wrought Iron Mirrors 1 ((
Pretty Medallions O tZ p
each. J.....O JU
Ten Pin Sets for . Q K 9. R Hp
children eacii OJ .Ot JVb
Um"r:!f!9...50c to $5
A Set of Furs for Ladies 2 f0 $20
A Set of furs for children 1 OC i. C
from... .... . ... I .0 TO 0
A Fine Dress Pattern O X- OOC
from L TO 4d0
A,''i;.;:r 1. 25 to $45
A niceair portieres 2 50 $g
A Nice Set of Table Linen including
ai.-.2A0 to $7
A pair of dress kid 1 j. 1 7 C
glove8from .4)1 TO lt0
Aptmf.Gr!t.?.'..25 to 50c
Waist pins, belt pins, belt buck
les, fancy combs and many other
toilet articles any of which will
very acceptable as a Xmas present.
Any one of the above items can be bad in our store
at prices as reasonable as good qualities will justify.
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PiredacHioiniS.
Rain from November 10th to December 15th -mud 18 inches deep till 19th ;
then dry, cold weather until Dec. 27. Money plenty from now on; everyone happy
from Christmas until January 1st, and general prosperity hereafter. Santa Claus will
employ 999 deputies to distribute Christmas gifts. If any worthy person is neglected
it will be on account of some inexperienced deputy, as there are enough presents at
BURNS' store to supply all. Everybody wanted to come in and see, and hear music.
Singing and playing drums, tops, horns, violins everything to make a good time.
Five cents well spent will please some little tot. You can please in proportion by
spending more liberally, as Christmas only come3 once a year, and it won't hurt to
empty your pocketbook and give it a rest ; everything needs rest. Just imagine your
best girl looking sad on Xmas day, when other girls are showing their presents. Say,
Jim, don't forget to buy your wife and the little ones a nice lamp, some pretty cups
and saucers, a cake plate, knives and forks, gloves, dress pattern ; get her a nice bill of
groceries and see what a nice dinner she will get you, and maybe a nice pair of shoes
or a hat, a shirt, tie and collars, or collar and cuff box, tie box or smoking set or a
muffler, and when the snow comes you will be fixed to go sleigh riding without catching
cold. We want all kinds of country produce, such as chickens, eggs, butter, turkeys,
potatoes, onions, goose, ducks, etc., etc., in exchange for groceries, queensware, glass
ware, china, tinware, dry goods, shoes, hats, shirts, gloves, and everything else to be
found in a first-class general merchandise store.
Little Dolls
Big Dolls
All Sorts of Dolls
Pianos
Doll Swings
Dining Room
Furniture
Go Carts
Cradles
Beds
Dishes
Trunks
Laundry Sets
Irons
Stoves
Blocks
Games of all kinds
Books
Drums '
Wagons
Horses
Trains
Trolley Cars
Dogs
Jumping Jacks
Banks
Violins
Banjos
Foot Balls
Anvills and Sledges
Boats v
Grocery Stores
Watches, Etc.
Mw is ftlfoe Tifrnm
To make your selection from our large line of Holiday Goods. Make
that wife of yours a present of a nice Rocker. If you don't think enough
of your own wife to get her a present, get one for somebody else's wife.
We are certain that her husband will not object. We haue just received
an elegant line of Rockers that are going to be sold mighty chap.
Come in and get prices on Furniture of all kinds. O, yos, those
Morris Chair, too. See 'em. t
EV3 it JLilTS jJ.
Undertaking in n!l its branc's
Telephone: Day 165. Night 'J 24.
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