Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 246, Ed. 1 Monday, August 26, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. IX. NO. 24G
VINITA OKLAHOMA MONDAY AUGUST 26 1907
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Passed Through Over the 'Frisco
Sunday Evening Made Short
Talk From Rear of Car.
Secretary of War William II. Taft
passed through Yinita over the Frisco
last evening en routa from Oklahoma
City to Jopl in where he delivered an
address this afternoon.
When ifc was learned 'that the big
secretary was to pass through Vinita
several hundred people assembled at
the 'Frisco depot to get a glimpse of
the distinguished gentleman. As the
train which bore the secretary stopped
here several minutes he was induced
to make a short talk. Judge Joseph
A. Gill accompanied Mr. Taft to the
rear platform of the observation car
and introduced him to the crowd. He
began his talk by saying that he hoped
the people of Vinita did not expect
him o make a political speech on Sun-
day and paid a high tribute to Okla-
homi and her great resources and
possibilities. He said this country
has advanced from a barren prairie to
a great and prosperous agricultural
country dotted with beautiful homes
and thriving cities; that our oil nat-
ural gas and thrifty population would
some day make this one of the great-
est states in Union.
Mr. Taft said that his tour of Okla-
home had been one round of pleasure
and that he would hold in fond remem-
brance the opened-hearted hospitality
of her people. He was loudly cheered
as the train pulled out of the station.
Vinita to Profit by a New Industry
Recently Established Near Town
by C. W. Edminster.
Very few if any people in the city of
Vinita know that Mr. C. W. Edmin-
ster who recently leased 140 acres of
ground east of the city has embarked
in an enterprise that is certain to be
a grand success. He came from Ohio
three months ago and settled on this
barren prairie and today he is manu-
facturing cheese that is as fine as the
most famous brands of Iowa and Wis-
consin. Mr. Edminster brought a sample or
the cheese to this office for us to try
and if we know a good thing when we
see it we pronounce the cheese the
genuine article in every respect. At
present he has only a few hoops on
hand and if the demand is sufficient
will enlarge and increase the output to
meet the demand.
This is an enterprise that Vinita
should take an active interest in. Our
facilities for pasturage and good pure
wholesome milk will insure a product
that will find a market anywhere
Mr. Edminster is at present milking
. nine cows the product of which he is
converting into cheese. We should
encourage such enterprises as these
and it 1s to be hoped that Mr. Edmin-
ster's venture will be the stepping
stone to a great industry.
11 HEW ENTERPRISE
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ij DO NOT FORGET THE STORE Z)
J Needs AT A GREAT SAVING.
Enioy these cool evenings in one or our 1
Good tlAlmUULiLD ai a low i rice.
F r u it J ars an d J e I ly G I asses
Nice assortment of Fancy Paper Lunch Sets
Napkins and Japanese Lanterns.
j Our Price are Right on CLOTHES
H CLOTH WINDOW SHADLS Aisv lkuumx
OVERALL : SHIRTS : SUSPENDERS
v7e : L? rome : Fictur
Charles Roach Whose Parents Live
at Locust Hill Seriously Injured
in Owl Car Fight at Kansas City
Kansas City Aug. 26 Charles Roach
of 511 Troup avenue West side and
Henry Horseman of Eleventh street
and Nebraska avenue were stabbed in
a fight on an owl car of the Fifth street
line on Minnesota avenue at i o ciock
yesterday morning. They walked to
the police station and Ppach was sent
to St. Margaret's hospital. The knife
wound in his side is reported to be
dangerous. Horseman is not so badly
injured. The men who did the stab-
bing have not been arrested.
Young Roach is well known in Vinita.
having been raised in this vicinity.
His father Add. Roach lives at Lo-
cust Hill seven miles east of this city.
Charley's many friends here hope his
injuries may not prove as serious as
the above account would indicate.
No Attempt Made to Arrest "Doc"
Barnes for Crime Committed at
His Home Near Tulsa.
Tulsa I. T. Aug. 25.-" Dock" Barnes
69 years old' killed his wife at their
home eight miles southwest of Tulsa
last night. Three months ago Barnes
attacked Richard Lewis who had been
paying attentions to his daughter.
Barnes was discharged after a prelimi
nary hearing. No effort had been made
to arrest Barnes.
A Delightful Outing.
Miss Janie Hall entertained a num-
ber of friends at her father's farm
west of town yesterday. A bounteous
lunch was spread of which water mel-
ons and canteloupes were a prominent
feature. The afternoon was spent in
innocent amusements among which
was stretching a sheet.inthe center of
which was a large round hole.between
two trees and allowing the members
ot the party to take turns at sticking
their head through the hole in the
sheet to be thrown at by all who wished
to try their luck. The guests were:
M'-ws.and Mesdames A. L.Churchill
Lyie Oir of Chelsea P. W. Bonfoey
J. O. Hall and Matt G. Hawkins and
family; II. Parker of St. Louis; Mrs
L. F. Parker jr. Misses Scott and
Kelley Dr. Tylor Bob Hill Pat Ma-
hony Albert Marks Barber Churchill.
W. P. Scott a farmer living one and
one-half miles southwest oi Vinita. I.
T. says: "I used one box of Doan's
Kidney Pills which I procured at the
People's Drug Store. They relieved
me of heavy aching pains across my
Joins and kidneys which had been a
source of annoyance to me off and on
for several years. The pain was more
severe when I caught cold as it inva
riably settled in my back making it
feel lame stiff and sore: Since 1 used
Doan's Kidney Pills I have had no
trouble either from my back or kid-
neys." HAMPERS and BASKETS OIL
DUn EDICPfl UDCPlf jti8a:!
DflU rnlDUU if nLbii. f rat?a nHf'!? $
Heavily Loaded Passenger Trains
Collide Head On Near Tulsa.
Tulsa I. T. August 24. Running
at a high rate of speed the westbound
Frisco fast passenger. No. 408 due in
Tulsa at 2:25 p. m and east bound
passenger No. 412 due nere at 2:55 p.
rn. cama together on a long curve four
miles west of Talsi this afternoor.
Four persons are known to have been
killed and more than a score were in
.The dead have been removed to
their homes. The injured are being
cared for in the city hospital and in
other places of emergency. It is said
that the wreck was due to the failure
of the dispatcher at Sapulpa to issue
an order to the east nound train to
take the siding at Red Fork letting
it go by on order received at Sapulpa.
The crash came about three minutes
Both trams were loaded with pas-
sengers but no passengers were killed
the dead all being trainmen. Both
engines were demoished and the bag-
gage car on the east bound Jtrain and
baggage car and combination coach on
the west b und train were telescoped
and calching fire burned.
D. B STUTTSMAN.
D. B. Stuttsman is the Democratic
nominee for clerk of th district court
of Craig county. lie is a native of
Indiana coming to Vinita In 1001 and
engaging In the lumber business.
Mr. Stutts mm served two terms as
clerk of the district court of Meade
county Kentucky and retired from
office with a clean record. He was
postmaster at Meade for four years
under Cleveland's administration. He
is at present a member- of the city
council of Vinita and is highly re-
spected bv all who know him
Mr. Stuttsman is one of those Demo-
crats who never shirk a duty imposed
upon him. He is a successful business
man and if elected to the office to
which he aspires a fair business ad-
ministration aud faithful discharge of
his duties may be expected. He is
very popular with all classes is a good
mixer and wili carry the full vote of
George White of Chandler wrs
visiting friends and relatives here Sun-
day. sirs. John K. Taylor left today fcr
Tarlton Okla. where she will visit
C S Avery left last Saturday forFoit
Smith Ark on business.
siiss Jessie Neff tf Tulsa who has
beei visiting the Misses Arter re
turned home last evening.
Saturday evening Miss aiay Shepard
left for a visit in Kansas City.
w P Thompson and daughter re:
turned home Saturday evening after
a pleasant visit in Tahlequah.
Mrs. Oldham sister of Mrs. G. S.
White left for Kansas City this morn
ing where she will visit relatives and
friends before visiting her brother in
When there is the slightest indica
tion of indigestion heart burn flatu
lence or any form of stomach troutiH
take a little Kodol occasionally and
you will get prompt relief. Sold by
Mallarney & Meyers and People's
Drug Store. jy
irs A R Bland accompanied hr
mother sirs O N Brown home Satur-
day night for a month's visit we are
triad to hear that Mrs Bland has re
covered from an attack of typhoid
Rings Littlft Liver Pills keep the
system clean the stomach sweet.
Prompt relief for headache and bilious-
ness. Good for all the family. Sold
by A. P. Owens. j 3m
WANTED Six good carpenters at
once. Apply to Joe Wheat Audito-
rium building. 2T.-2U.
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DrLUlIlL I UHulliluLu BUYERS IN THE EAST
OF THE SEASON
If Vnil HTVfn't ;ffn One of our
FEEL EVERY CHANCE
OF THE WEATHER.
A Dad Cack is Always Worse Dur-
ing Wet or Changeable Weather.
Stray Mare and Colt.
One brown mars bald face branded
J. J one J upside down; about Hi
hands high; pigeon mouth; no shoes
on. The colt is a bay between eight
and nine hands high. For information
leading to their recovery I will pay 12.
See or address J- L. Raven
Route 4 Box 50 Miami I. T.
J E Charlesworth and wife waiter
Charlesworth and wife spent Sunday
on the Verdigris river.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbiyn Co. isuiiaio
N. Y. sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Having spent a pleasant visit with
the family of U. E. Chance of this
city Mrs. Mattia Sexton returned to
A.dair last evening.
"Dear Sally" wrote Miranda Jane
Between you the g?.te-post and me
T nwfi mv corrmlexion to
Ilo'ilister's Rocky Mountain Tea. M.I
Pineules are for the Kidney and
Bladder. They bring quick relief to
backache; rheumatism lumbago tired
worn out feeling. They produce nat-
ural action of the kidneys 30 days
treatment $1.00. Money refunded If
Pineules are not satisfactory. Sold by
A. P. Owens j 3m
M. L. Levin M. D. oculist and aur
1st. Office and residence at the Cobb
hotel. IIour3 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
5 p. m. Tuesday's andThursday's for
the poor from 4 to 5 p.m. Telephone
riason Fruit Jnrf pints 40 cts .
qusrtf 45 ct; hall paHon? 6octs.
at Frazee Hardware Co.
Mill and Factory
Sales in All Departments
Choice of All 5Qc Ties 21c
Your Unrestricted ChoL
HOUSE including our line of Silk Four
in-Hands During Remnant S:le "
Corner 7th and
Na Kansas City
v Mi Co.
All Banking Business
Entrusted to Us Whether Large or Small. Will Receive The
MOST CAREFUL ATTENTION
Cherokee National Bank
Paid Up Capital
J. W. OKK TresiileDt LOL'I.S BAGBY Vice President
B. A. Mc FAKLAND Cashier.
What a New Jersey Editor Says
M. T. Lynch editor of ttie Phillips
burg N. J Daily Post writes: "I
have used many kinds of medicines
for coughs and colds in my fandly but:
never anything so good as Foley'
Honey and Tar. I cannot f-ay to
muchin'prof if A. P. Owens
Large Circulars phone
of ANY TIE IN
Ten Year In Bed.
"For ten years I was confined to my
bei with disease of my kidneys
writes R. A. Gray J. P. of Oakville.
Ind. "It was so severe that I cou'd-
not movepart of the tinw. I con-
sulted the very lest rt:edical skill
available but could get no relief unt il
Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended
to me. It has been a Godsend to
me." A. P. Oivesj.
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Hull, E. E. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 246, Ed. 1 Monday, August 26, 1907, newspaper, August 26, 1907; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773609/m1/1/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.