The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 99, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 4, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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Uhe Daily Chieftain.
I. M. MARRS.
Daily per Week by Carrier. ......... 10c
Dally per Month by Mail 40c
VTNITA. IND. TER. FEB. 4.
Official Paper of the Gty.
The Frisco System took formal
charge ot the Ozark and Cherokee
Central last Sunday.
Ex-Senator Heary L. Dawee
chairman of the commission to tbe
five civilized tribes is reported
dying at bis borne in Maesachn
The decision of tbe United States
Court of Claims in the Delaware
case if affirmed by tbe Supreme
Court will add 157600 acres of
good allottable land to tbe area of
the Cherokee Nation
The Indian Territory is not so
muob concerned as to what syndi
oate absorbs its railroads as it is in
tbe question when are we to have
a railroad commission or other
agency that will help our car eer.
Every visitor from the states
agrees that we are going to have
an overflow of immigration very
soon. Let every well-wisher of
Vinita see to it that just as many
prospectors as possible are located
in this town or vicinity. .
The victory just won or the
Cherokee Naticn in the Delaware
case by attorneys W.T Hutchings
of Muskogee and Hemphill of
Washington D. C is a monuuien
to the untiring energy and withal
to the legal ability of these gentle
AT LAND OFFICE
Number Filed Today 5
Cards Issued.... 486
Total No. Filed up to and In-
t eluding IFeb. 3 i 1333
Number on Call ............ 75
JUDGE GILL'S COURT.
"He who first shortened the
labor of copyist by device of mov
able lypes was dif-banding hired
armies and cashiering most kin
and senates and creating a whole
democratic world He had in
vented the art of printing.
Ex Inian Commissioner D. M
Brownirg died at his home in East
St. Louia Monday. Judge Brown
ing was one of the most efficient
Indian commit-sioners the govern
merit has ever had and he gave
special attention' 10 Indian Terri-
The Delaware have shown ex
treme folly in 'allowing Dick
Adams and a coterie of shysters
and lobbyist at Washington to
inveigle th'-1 :" ("-iiivt n
the Cor.)ke v
have (never i- iuru liiat tbe
wares on the original roll
as '''registered Delawares"
entitled 1G0 acres of land but the
suit has involved the rigbts of the
living since they sued for 157600
acres or 100 acres for each regis
tered Delaware living and dead
There is no end of corn and consid-
erable st.ieked hay still in the f;ointry
and if the car famine keeps up Is
-likely to be for tome time to come.
Bidett & Milfi.ird have 170 ton on
the Jue Nipp place prt or all of
"which is fur sale liem a dozen miles
from town (here will he a good labor
bill in biiing and hauling it and of-
fers favorable inducement to some
niiiti wis ti a big nut tit.
A Night Alarm.
Worse than an alarm of fire at night
is the brassy cough of croup which
founds like the children's death knell
and it means death unless something is
done quickly. Foley's Honey and Tar
cover fails to give instant relief and
quickly cures the worst forms of croup.
Mrs. 1'. h Cordier of Mannington Ky.
writes "My three year old girl had a
severe case of croup; the doctor said she
could not live I got a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar; the first dose gave quick
relief and saved her life." Refuse sub-
stitutes Sold by Shanahau & Mitchell. dw
Call of tbe Docket.
Lewis Fair introducing liquor
plead guilty sentence suspended
until next term of court bond
Addison Stuart using mail for
illegal purposes plea guilty fou
indiotments sentence five years at
bard labor and fine $10.
Ezra Martin Pat Coyne Geo
Jenkins and Orville Kimmer dis
turbing public worship jury trial
George Glenn disturbing peace
John Han liquor jury trial
J E Cloud assault to kill trans
ferred to Sallisaw.
John Wright cutting fence dis
J Q Richards larceny dis
John Berry and Oacar Terry
transferred to Claremore.
J E Elliott liquor 6 charges
plea not guilty.
Lucien Buffington larceny plea
guilty fine $50 jail 90 days.
Manny Downing Mitchell Lnoe
et al. introducing liquor sentence
fine 325 each and coats.
W Leach obscene matter
through mails 5 years reform
Jack rowers disturbing peace
$25 and costs.
Wm Kuhn liquor plea not
guilty 2 charges.
Jack Michaels liquor plea
Geo Willis liq plea of guilty;
fine 825; allowed to Btand on pUa
as to jail sentence.
John Kirk same.
Joseph Franklin larceny sent
to reform school for five years. '
Kid Wilson larceny plea of not
Bill Buzzard larceny.
Tom Jones murder on call.
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute because it &u;s me
microbe which tickles the mucous mem-
brane causing the cough and at the
same time clears the phlegm draws out
the inflammation and heals and soothes
the affected parts. One Minute Coufch
Cure strengthens the lungs wards off
pneumonia and is a harmless and never
failing cure in all curable Cases of coughs
ccIUs ana croup un jvumue cougn
Cure is 1 le asanf to take harmless and
ood alike for young and old. A. W.
Freh fruit and candy at the Stiver
New line nf picture frame find
molding at Smiley & GraffunderV
Bills nf oale that will stand the
tent of tbe court for nale at tbiaoffice.
Cures Coldai PravaaU rawot.i
For ale at People' Drug Store.
The most reliable preparation for kid-
ney troubles on the ma' ket is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Sold by Shanaban &
Mothers can safely gl ve Foley's Ho' ey
and Tar to their children for coughs and
colds for it contains no opiates or other
poison Sold by Shanaban &
Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption if neglected. They can be
soon broken up by using Foley's Honey
and Tar. Sold by Shanaban &
Mitchell. - dw
Hot drlok are now being ervd at
the People's d'Uir store. Hot choco
late t'imsto b 'Ulllon and claw bouil-
lon are a fe nf ine most popular
Foley's Honey and Tar is best for
croup and whooping couwh contains no
opiates and cures quickly. . Careful
mothers keep it in the house. Sold by
Shanaban & Mitchell. dw
Are You R8tless at NIffht
And harassed by a bad cough? Use
Ballard's Horehound Fyrvn it will se
cure you sound sleep and effect a prompt
and radical cure ac 50c and 81 bottle
at People's drug store . dw
sunidl Winre Good"
The season for fencing: is nearly here and we want to f
say to you that we are in a position to supply you ...j
vvitri anything you need in this line and our price is
guaranteed to be below competition. j
Three Car Loads in
Elwood Hog Fencing all kinds of Barbed Wire in-
cluding Glidden Waukegon and Eagle. Poultry
Wire all heights and different meshes Remember
we are the leaders.
Yours for Business
p Yi Hardware (Si ' Furi; j
r ture company
Mrs. Laura S. Webb
Vice-President of Women's Democratic Clubs of Northern Ohio.
HEBE ABE MANY
sickly women be-
tween the ages of
45 and 65 but thero are
very few invalids over 55
and 60 years of age. The
change of life coming to
a woman near her forty-
fourth year either makes
her an invalid or eives
her a new lease on life. Those who
meet this change in ill health sel-
dom live ten years afterward while
a woman who lays aside the active
duties of womanhood in health sel-
dom fails to live on in happiness
years after she has passed 60. This
is truly a critical timo. - 1 :
Mrs. Laura S. Webb of Toledo
Ohio recognizes tho change of life
as a dangerous period and Bhe also
has faith in Wine of Cardui. She
writes: ? . J ' . I
' "As I had always been troubled more
or less at the menstrual period I dreaded
Mrt. Laura S. Webb.
the change of life which was
fast approaching. While vis-
iting with a friend I noticed
that site was taking your
Wine of Cardui and she was
so enthusiastic about it that I
decided to try a bottle. I ex-
perienced some relief the first
month so I kept on taking It
for three months and now I
menstruate with co pain and
I shall take it off and on now
until I have passed the climax. I do not
dread it now as I am sure that your
Wine of Cardui will be of great benefit
at this time."
Wine of Cardui is the remedy to
re-inforce a woman against tho shock
that comes with tho change of life.
It re-establishes healthy functions
after years of suffering. In doing
this it lias saved thousands of suf-
ferers just in time. Do not wait
until suffering is upon you. Thor-
ough preparations should he made
in advance. Begin the Wine of
Cardui treatment today.
WINE of ARM.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
W. I. Davenport & Son
Successor to L.JP.'Garrison.
. General Merchandis
Salt Flour Etc.
We solicit your patronage witH an
date stock of Groceries
W. 1. Davenport & Son.'
Call and see us.
The Easy Pitt.
DeVi'itt's Little' Early Risers do not
ripe nor weaken tbe system. They cure
biliousness jaundice constipation an&
inactive livers by arousing the secre-
tions moving the bowels gently yet
effectually anj giving such tone and
strength to the glands of the stomach
liver and bowels that the cause of the
troi'bte is removed entirely. These
famous little pills exert a decided tonic
effect upon the orpaus involved and if
their use is continued for a few days
there will be no return of the trouble. A.
W. Foreman. dw
Teachers or pat runs of all sub-crl;-
tioti school . either cltiz-sn or non-
citizen located in Coo .veesciiowee ami
Delaware districts will please t'ive to
the undersigned. the nsute and loca-
tion of the subscript ion kcIiuoI in their
neighborhood the name and pnstodiee
address of the teacher and the number
of (Mipils attending nch school.
S. F. Parks
Member Dep 11 tiuent of Education nf
the Cherokee Nation Vinita I. T.
A Thousand Dollars Thrown Aw .y
Mr. W W. Biker of Plainview Neb.
writes: "My wife had 'lung trouble f r
over fifteen years. We tried a number
of doctors and spent over a thousand
dollars without any relief. She was very
low and I lost all hope when a friend
suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar
which I die; and thanks be to this gre.it
remedy it saved her life She is stronger
and enjoys better health than she has
ever known in ten years. AVe shall
never be without Foley's Honey and
Tar and would ask those aTiicted to try
it." Sold by Shanaban & Mi'chell. dw
A M Ost Fatal Gift.
Would be the power of foreseeing
events. 1 his would destroy hope. A
knowledge of the future would unmake
happiness. There are of course some
things about the future we do know. If.
for instance a lack of energy ambition
and los3 of appetite shows itself we know
it will be followed by serious'couiplaicts
if not checked. Often liver and kidney
trouble follow quickly. In any event
Electric Bitters will restore you to health.
It strengthens builds up and invigorates
run down systems. Only 50c. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed by People's and A. W.
Foreman's drugstores. dw
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church postponed its
meeting that was to have been held
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. C'ha.
E. Labtnan until Tuesday afternoon
OLivkb Bv; v. Tres ' J. O t'AUt V-Pres. W. P. PHIlAfS. Cnsbier.
First National Bank
. VIN'ITA. INDIAN
A ' 7 AL iior)otK s
Oloest and 8tiingest Nation
M.IVfik BAGKY. HF.FOtnyhK K.'B hkAYSEK
HA TCUFF. '. A. GR4 HA V. . O. ..
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SURf'l US tioooo
u tin Cherokee Nation
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S3 1 TDM i Relieves Instantly. Heals
UVJIVl 4-7 without lcavir.3Uj:ys.car. Jk
CI PTCStops the fcleediri?. KL'ls the'PaoC ITc.t
wU 1 O Bicod foion. Heals quickly. ' :
nni TfQCQStops tba Pa'n Prevent Sw.. '
DIv'L-' lOilrO Draws out the Inflammation. M
C SfSoBOo ilOOJ10TTrIlS. ' ALLOOODDBraOWTS. I
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.-
The only positive cure for blind bl ced-
ing itching and protruding piles cuts
burns bruises eczema and all abrasions
of the skin. DeWitt's Utlie nly Witch
Hazel Salve that is made from the pure
unadulterated witch hael --all others
are counterfeits DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is made to cure counterfeits are
made to sell. A. W Foreman. dw
Mrs. 1$. W. Evans Clearwater Kan.
writes ' My husband lay sick for three
manths; the doctors rtated he had quick
consumption We procured a bottle of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup and it cured
him. That was six years jtgo and since
then we always k"nt a bottle in the
house We cannot do without it. For
coughs and colds it has ud equal." 2jc
f)()c and $1 at People's drug store. dw
Watch it. Louis.
The greatest World's Fair the world
has ever seen will be beid at St. Louis
io lMtl. To keep la t mcli with tbe
work of preparation for tli yre tr
World's Fair and to g'-t all t he news
of all thite.ut b ever? readn person
should at once ubetioe fr the vrreaf
newsps ik r of S'. L mis the Giobe-
Deruocrat. Ii stands ire-einlrier.t
and aloi-e anient! American m'w-pi-pern
and ncka'iwie.1HH 00 enl or
rival ltscirfulat inn extends to v rv
state and territory of the Union to
Canaoa and Mexico and to every part
of the world where there are render
of the English lantruak'e. It outfit to
be in yniir home during the cotuitin
year. See advert Demi'tit e!-ehere
in bhis l-ue.
R. Time Table
S&irjt Louis aijd
1 rain ptssenm-r VJf :fft p m
t rMn Mk'teur 1:17 am
' ruin 41. Local 1:5 m
OOI VO EAST
1tD 4I. Pass-ns:fr l:fB
rum t . World's t air Spueial 1 -: 4 1 a m
1'ritln 44'J Lueitl I:iam
Missouri Kansas arjd
$ Txas Railway
. Bourn hoc si).
Troin t t'ussi-iiKPr 4 1". ft m
l riciu 5. Flvrr 45 m
Tr:iln 3. Pusscititer l 3 p m
Train 6J Loc il V.uQ I' n
NOKTU HOC SI).
frii'.a S Pansonpcr li:1!a it
I roin 6. Fivr :'.'.' rn
Train 4 f assenK'T ll:(4 a n
frajn (ft. I.ocul II At a m
What comfort In the thought tbat
you have a die's Hot I'.last 'ove for
they are coal savers.
T will be wrth your while to
tiy your frch meats and meit.
all kinds rroni u Vie nil
vourordr promptly and have every
thing you can call for in a flr-t-cl-tss
meat market. Fresh Groceries al-
ways on hand.
S I G K
A Fete Day for the Laclic
The Slost Pcrfcft and Cornplfto 3Iintrv Organiz;:
....A Host of European Novelties
I iTV Bij Laughable Vaudivillo 1;
IKJ and Specialty Acts. k .j
Cflebritios culled from tho ranks of.-the AVorld's foroi i
artists. Jlore than any. other i u?t tvl wOrganizat ioi $
A Galaxy of
or- -TIIIRTY-FIVE PEOPLE- ri
CjD Lauded by the Millions.
Not a Cheap Priced
25 50 and 75;
At OPERA HOUSE.
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 99, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 4, 1903, newspaper, February 4, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773603/m1/2/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.