The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 245, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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BURLEY'4 OLD STAND . 4
3?T3resi Bread JDctily. j
i- All kinds of cakes pies rolls etc. at Hny time. ' i
- Special attention slven to cake and pastry orders. ?
Threatening weather tonight;
showers In the northern portion.
Dr. Clinkscales bits a very sick little
N. A. Gibson of Muskogee Is in
Jeff McGhee the sage of Fairland
is in town.
Jeff Parks and T. J. Adair are up
John Franklin returned from the
west lost evening.
Miss Florence Harmon went to
Welch on a visit this morning.
John JI. Connolly came in from
Fairlaud today to attend Chapter.
Miss Bertha Hayward left last
evening for Evansvllle Ind. for a
two months visit. The Daily Chief'
tain will follow her.
Ming -Is going to St. Louis tonight
and Churchill is figuring on follow-
ing him up about the time he has all
good places "spotted."
Judge John R. Thomas is cut in
the Creek country on a hunting and
fishing expedition with B. F. Lis-
sauer the polite and companionable
inventor of "mist."
Frank Armstrong was killed in the
Ofleld bend of Grand river yesterday
morning while herding a bunch of
cattle. The particulars of the homi-
cide have not yet been ascertained.
Armstrong was a son-in-law of Ii. J.
Lundy of Horse creek.
TOWN LOT JUMPING.
A Short Cut to Possession
Tbe first case of lot jumping in
Vinita occurred recently and today
it was recoveied in rather a novel
way. John L. Bates went to Alas.
a j-eur ur iwo ego ana Jelt bis
business in the hands of. J. B.
lurner. Among other items of
property was an unimproved town
lot in the northwest part of Vi
nita. Some time ago M. M. Ed-
miston took possession of the lot
dug a well and put a fence around
it. Today Mr. Turner took a force
of men with axes and chopped the
fence down cutting the posts off
at the ground. They also cut the
wire in pieces and piled the posts
across the well. Mr. Turner said
in explanation that he could bare
accomplished the sam purpose
with an injunction but he did not
know just how auick.
MARY JANE WAS AT TULSA.
etove jest at the bilin pint an one
extry little chunck of fire would
have biled it over an I believe
that the lick William would hev
hit the feller would hev been the
extry chunk. How thankful I am
that I got a good grip on him just
when I did.
. I don't believe very many of the
Tulsa boys hev been changed frum
nature to grace but every ont of
em will be before they will hev
me fer a specktater to another one
of their games.
Mary Jane Bramble.
GOSPEL VS. CONDUCT.
of odds and ends
Robert Sullivan a first class tinner
of Nevada Mo. came down yesterday
and will work for W. VV. Miller tak-
ing the place of Bruce Cameron. Mr.
Cameron's hand is getting along very
nicely but it will be several weeks
before he can work.-
Llssauer a Plagiarist.
An Item in a Kansas paper says:
"Kansas towns are selling six tablets
for a quarter. Drop one in a glass of
cold water and you have a glass of
beer. The tablets are made of malt
and hops and make a more refreshing
drink than Uie glucose stuff sold as
First Corinthians 15th chapter
tells us what the gospel is. Is it
susceptible of various meanings?
viz-crooked and straight? Em-
phatically it is not. What then is
meant by the straight gospel?
There is but one answer
There is a disposition of the hu
man heart to evade the truth. Let
those who preach the gospel be
honest enough and frank enough
to say "Come out and hear us
preach the gospel and compare
our preaching nay compare our
lite and conduct with not our
Not only must we paeach Christ
but we must live Christ. This is
the gospel Christ's life reflected
in the christian's life. What is
the christian's path in this world?
Mr. Edditer: Mv feelins to. He is to follow his master to im-
day couldn't be told nor sung I itateHim in all things. Did be
am that happy and urateful. Wil. assert His rights? Did He enter
iiara has been spared to me after te courts? Did He try to regu-
passinthiu the firy lurnirs 'ate the world? Did He not refuse
it all cums of my very friendly to arbitrate when appealed to to
feelin's to the base ball boys here divide property?
William knows how I feel towards "Judge not that ye ' be" not
em an desirin to promote my hap- judged." When Peter in mistak
oiness. that man will en to nlmnut en zeal used the sword as he
eny lenths to make me happy he thought in defense of his master
is that devoted to me. He said the he was tenderly corrected by th
other day that if I would make U!nte command "Put up thy
Her Presence Probably
f We have about 6 dozen corsets in' numbers
jihat we don't intend to keep in our stock any
longer. So in order to close them out we will
Sell them very low.
p" They range in in price from 50c to $1.50.
The 50 and 75 cent quality go for 2? cents
I each-. j
The $1.00 and $1.25 quality go for 50 cents j
The $1.50 qualitv go for 75 cents each. j
Sizes from 18 to 27. j
Get my Prices
They are Cheaper.
Royal Arch Masons.
O. L. Conner and Isaiah Hollis came
in from Fairland this afternoon and
in company with H. C. Miller will
pass the Royal Arch tonight. All
companions are urged to be present
and may be assured of something be
side bread and water for the refresh'
nieut of the inner man when the ex.
.. ' MuM Have the Park. ?-';-:v-"
Th Frisco right of way although
sttewo with .Taste material and rub.
bili at present wfli be divided into I
beautiful park and the " othef two
squares covered witlj commodious apd
convenient warehouses The demand
of wholesale houses and distributors
for space is making ft difficult for the
railroad company to please everybody.
OUR BOYS AT CLAREHORE.
An Exhibition Game Provided
Forming a Pick-up Nine.
Our base ball boys reached
Claremore about 9 a. m. on the
local yesterday and were hospita-
bly entertained. Joe Lahay Lee
Comer and others showed them
around and exerted themselves to
get up an exhibition game for the
champions. The Claremore club
could not on such short notice be
gotten together but they made up
a nine of four Claremore boys
three from Blue Creek Dine and
borrowing a Vinita battery. A
very pleasant exhibition was giv-
en witnessed by about 150 spectators.
enuS off of my eggs an butter to
pay our way on the railroad track
to Tulsa be wood take me to see
the ball game there.
So lovin that man es I do and
havin an idea that he wus a speak-
in one word fur me an two fur
himself I got all the butter an
eggs I had together and by sacri-
hcin a couple of duzzen fry in chick
ens I got the money. After seein
the games I hev an the gentleman-
ly way all the players had I felt
that the money would be invested
well. But as the poet somebody
sed "Alas for bumans and their
hopes." We went wilb a hole
mess of men an it wus real pleas
ant ridin on the cars but I must
say the pleasure ended there.
Oh that ball game! It most
gives me the nervis prostration to
think of it an bow near I cum to
loosin ray William. I bad seen
Vinita and Krebs and Vinita and
Aurora and one or two others but
them ruff riders at Tulsa wus most
the deth of me. Them men down
there acted an anticked dredful.
They sassed our boys perlectly
awful an hit one of em with a ball
an most nocked the breth of life
out of him. An a smart sassy fel
low called my William a ole hobo
jest because he hollered hurray
fer Vinita. .The fellow sed some
very ugly words about William an
all the rest of the Vinita bovs.
You see William wus a soldier in
'61 an he ain't the man to stand
up an take Bass off of eny of em
an I knew it. So when I see Wil-
liam a Grin up an his mouth a
shuttin titer an titer an his fist a
bwoid into its sheath for all they
that take the sword shall perish
by the sword."
Two bootblacks met on a corner
when the larger began in true
Billingsgate style by tongue lash
ing to abuse the smaller. He soon
exhausted both his vocabulary of
vile epithets and his breath.
When he had paused the
"Are you through now Jimmy?"
Holding up his finger he quietly
said "Jimmy you are all them
things you called me."
The Spirit of Christ says "Be
yecourteoua." Those who receive
this gospel in sincerity and truth
will be exponents of His grace.
We are now handling a full and complete line of ice
cream freezers refrigerators ice chests Blue Flame
oil stoves screen doors windows and everything you
need to make your home comfortable.
Buck's Stoves and Ranges a Speciality.
W W. fllLLER.
PERSONNEL OF THE VISITORS.
Milton in his immortal Paradise j dublin an nndublin I knew the
Lof t says that Ratan entered the I best thine I could do wus to git
garden of Eden in the form of j him away Irom there which I did
"wist" t tempt our first parents; 'l the help of providence.
!i fin... That has been a goodi There ain't enrjy tellin what
v.-hile'acro but history is about to' woulda happened if William had
Their Standing Should Have Com
manded Some Little Respect.
cat itself here in
the Indian hit that feller. The whole
crowd wus like a pot of water on a
Tulsa heard Vinita was coming
with a whole car of people in-
cluding her ball team. Here is a
list of those who got off the train
the day of the ball game exclusive
of the players: J. 0. Hall Geo.
Nidifler Tom Buffington J. F.
Ledbetter L. W. Buffington Wm.
Little W. C. Wright L. P. Isbell
R. L. McClure Frank McClure
H. J. Collins T. A. Chandler J.
R. Thomas B F. Lissauer H. M.
Smith Wm. Little Jr. J. J.
Ryan P. G. Browning J. S.Thom-
ason Clarence Preisig Felix
Ridenbour Mack Billlngslea Sam
Motley Gus Muropolis Fred Rat-
cliff R. I. Blakeney the latter be
ing picked up at Catoosa. Two or
three persons named will be rec-
ognized as not residing at Vinita
notably Judge Thomas and bis
hunting companion B. F. Lissauer.
Novelties ip Watcb robs:
The latest novelties in Watch Fobs for
Ladies and Gents. Sterling Silver
Chain Bracelets Friendship Hearts.
AT THE BEE JEWELRY STORE?
Fine and ConiDlicated Watch Renair- 1
ing a Specialty. Motto Not the
Cheapest but the BEST work at all t
Jeweler and Optician. 4
VV." .".-. .-
Things of Every Day Need.
Never before have we had such an elegant stock of ROCKERS
We have chairs of every style size and price. Everything
disirable is represented in our store. We are complete house
furnishers and make a specialty of cheering up homes. Before
buying elsewhere visit our store. The price will be right.
E. M. MING FURNITURE COMFY
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 245, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1899, newspaper, July 14, 1899; Vinita, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc772933/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.