The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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to save $1 worth of paint.
MOUND CITY CO.'S
Horse Shoo Brand
contains no adulterating or cheap-
ening material and cannot be sold
as cheap per gallon as those that
do. Yet it costs less to use than
the inferior kinds because seven
gallons will spread further than
ten gallonsof cheap paint and still
look best and last longest. Every
can guaranteed absolutely. We
make our own linseed oil and know
every ingredient to be the purest
P. 0. BROWNING
Dsslsr In Lumbar Leth ShlnglM Mound
City Paint and Graflj Virnlihss. Mound
City Ptlnta absolutely guarantied.
The Children Were in Fancy
Vrestdont Wm. McKinley
Vli-e-l'resldeiil (deceased) W.l'.tfrye. acting
Secretary of state John Hay
Secretary of treiiHury Lyman J. Gae
Secretary of war Ellhu lioot
Pontniiiatur-Uanrriil James A. Clary
Secretary of navy JolinD Lonir
8earetaryif Interior E. A. Hitchcock
Secretary of agriculture lames WIInoii
MelvllleW. fuller Chief Justice
One of the merriest of Hal-
loween parties was given last
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. II. J. Blakeney in honor of
their eon George. About forty-
five invitations were sent out and
all but a very few responded by
1 .'rl Croninjir Darkey.
Ross Bndgett Chinaman.
Harden Trott girl.
Wilton Ratclifl hobo.
Bob Ratcliff Bailor.
Henry Ward DeSoto.
Always Make love
to your wife. Remember she is just
as sweet and dainty now as when you
used to hold her by the hand and look
Into her eyes and tell hersho was your
only love your heart's delight. Half
the petulance and distress that makes
you so Irrltablo comes from indigest
ion. You con cure It by taking Dr.
The house was quaintly ilium- Caldwell's syrup pepsin. It Isguaran
Commissioner Ind. affairs W. A. Jones
Ind. uiront for Ind. Tcr....J.l!airrthoenfelt
lad. inspector J. (ieorp Wrlifht
.Revenue inspector Frank 0. Churchill
Indian Territory Courts.
Northern District Joseph A. 0111 judge;
. Leo E. llennett marshal ; U. A. Ilavldson
clerk; P. L. Sopor attorney. Terms: Ah
koaoe. Beutember and January: Miami. Oo
. ober and January; Tahlequah October
and April: vvewoka. Kovember una April;
Wagoner. November and March; Vinlta. 1st
alonuuy m Doceinlier anuiiu Monday in may
Southern Dlst. Uosea Townsend. judge;
0. M. Campbell clerk John S Hummer
marshal; W. U. Johnson. Clerk.
Central Diet. W. If. H. Clayton. Judge;
Ed Fannin clerk; J. P Gnuly marshal;
J. H. Wllklna prosecuting attorney.
Capital. Tahlequah. Thos.M. BufHngton.
principal chief; Washington Swimmer sec-
ond chief; Jos. M. Laliay treasurer; J. T.
Parks executive secretary.
Cherokee Board of-Health.
B. P. Fortner M. D.. Vinlta: F. B. Kite M.
I). Muskogee; 1). H. Burk M J). Webber's
J. R. Bheehan mayor; J F. JLedbetter
marshal; W. H. Drew recorder.
Councilment L. C. Couch. D. T. Hall 0
W. Miller J. 8. Davenport L. B. Bell.
Joseph H Butler postmaster
Bunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11
a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Westminister League
t13p. tn. Prayer meeting Thursday sve-
Uiugs. W. T. King pastor.
M E CHUKCH SOUTH.
Sunday school at 0:45 a. m. W. L. Chap-
wan superintendent. Junior LMigneS p.m.
Senior Leaguo 3:4T. Prayer meeting Wed-
nesday evenings at 8:15. IVeaching at 11 a.
an and 8:15 p. m. M. L. Butler pastor.
Preaching at II ft. m. and 8 p. m. Suuday
school at 10 a. in. Prayer meeting at 8
o'clock on Wednesday nights. Baptist
loung i eopie n uulou every sabbath at 7 p
u. W .U. Patterson pastor.
II. E. CHt'HCH.
Teachers' meeting 2:31) p.m. Sunday school
8 p. in. Class meeting 8:.to p. m. Preaching
7:a0 p. m. U.J. Pool pastor
A. H. E. CHUHCH
Sunday school every (Sunday afternoon at
J:)JU. J.O Hicks superintendent. Preach-
ing every Sunday at il a. nr. aud 7'.S p. m.
Class meeting Friday eveulngs. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evenings. Board meet-
ing Monday evenings. T. 11. Tyson pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH. COLOKED.
Preaching at 11 . m. and 8. p. m Sunday.
Sunday school at :45. a. ni. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday and r riday evenings at 7:u:
h. W Harts Pastor.
A Masonic. Vinlta Lodge No. S. V. &
d i A. M meids first Saturday night In
W each month In Masonic hall Halsell
x building. W. L. Chapman W. M;
Charles Huut Secretary.
Rotai. Arch CIiaptcr No. 18. Meets sec-
ond Friday night In each month In Masonic
hall. B. F tortner high priest; W. L.
. Odd Fellows. Vinlta. Lodge
( jNo. l. l.o.O. F. meet each
.i'' Monday night in Odd Fellow hall
In Hnls. ll building. O. al.Hal-
tom S.O.j A t. Maatersoa. Secretary.
Vihita Encampmut No. It. I. O. O. V.
IfeeU alternate Thursday nights in Odd Fel-
lows hall. J. P. Soon C P.; A. li. Mitster-
Ftrh Kiam ah Loihii No. Meets er-
try f rid ay mght in odd Fellow hail. Koz-
ant Ward. N . ti.. Ada O'Shea secretary.
Kwmwra nr Ptthi a a. Phiulnt.fnn
ni: No. 14. K. of t. inert J every
V i I ij. -okj r'eM in Masonic hall f.
W. hire. .C; AuftiM Hrtuiwker.
Si.olr.; W.S.PugKtr K.ofH.AS.
rmTtmil Am AeooATio. No.
V-i-s rxfty MrB3 and fourth WtsOn.-sn nj
-rht 1" h moi.tfi in t";il Feltnwa toa.i.
().it Martin president; at. M. lUrrl!ton
f9 t"in l'"T n 1. IV p. t4. 1r .
A. R. T. L. t'iir v-r t?.! ...! c-w roaidr;
J- fn W jrr.e it K B Hfrt-n (.-
t r an tirt .ii; rHi tn h
prifc 1 cifnk p. tn. in I Bi! Suii
inated with candles pumpkin jack
lanterns and pumpkin lamp gloves
whose grinning and grotesque
faces peeped out from every nook
In the dinning room apples
hung from strings to "bite as you
passed through." On the table
were placed old fashioned "pig-
aa .J 4 1
gins" cut irom pumpKins ana
filled with nuts and apples. ; Some
of the nuts contained written for-
tunes from kernals. A plate of
flour with ring concealed furn-
ished amusement for those who
tried their luck biting for same
Rob't Ironside Jr. being successful.
Fortunes were told by Miss
Byrd Ironside with a glass of wine
and water and concealed in the
corner bv a closed screen a "real
Gypsy" fortune teller told your
fortune free of charge. Hidden in
the same room was a key a penny
and a thimble with this injunc-
tion to the seekers: "Who finds
iLe key will travel far who finds
the penny riches will find and
who finds the thimble will be an
old maid." Itosie Mellette found
the thimble and Goode McGlasson
fortunately found the penny and
kev. After fortunes were told and
the search completed all the girls
one by one jumped over a lighted
candle but fortunately not one of
them extinguished it. A portion
of the girls and boys then indulged
in a cake walk with Mabel Bagby
as "judge" who awarded the
prizes a dainty candlestick to
Eva Mellette and a pretty match
box to Harden Trott
Mrs. Blakeney and Miss Goody-
koontz were assisted by Mrs. J. C.
Anderson and Miss Byrd lion-
side in entertaining the children
and Berving refreshments which
consisted of salad and wafers can
dies and stuffed dates
The evening was one long to be
remembered by those who were
Each guest at departure was giv-
en a tiny pill box with the written
prescription: "Take one before
retiring." -The boxes contained
little candy pellets which were to
be eaten and dreamed over.
Following is a list of the ju-
venile guests and costumes worn:
Mabel Bagby GypBy fortune
Anna Tibbils Japanese girl.
Bertha Thomason Night.
Pauline Kelley Alice in Wond-
erland. Gladys Anderson Flower girl.
Helen Anderson Butter-fly.
Lucile Milford Chinese girl.
Mary Badgett Night.
Eva Mellette and Nellie Smith
Rosa Mellette Red Ridding
Susan Smart Flower girl.
Jack Smart Sunflower.
Bertha Sherer Autumn.
May Carter ghost.
Flossie Carter ghost.
Mata Stevens Irish Biddy.
La May McGlasson.
Roy Franklin Plantation coon.
Lewis ThomaeoD clown.
IlUfeh McCIure tiamp.
Willie Carter dandy cIowd.
Will McCiare ghost.
Reed Mw3!aff n ghoft.
Bert IroRfide gbest.
Wi'1 EirJ Turk.
teed by People's druf store.
A Delightful Social Affair Given
One of the most unique and beautl
ful eutertalnmcnls of tho seuson was
given at the pretty home of Mrs. A
W. Foreman last evening. The spaci-
ous rooms resplendunt with snow-
white curtains and colored lights
bidden In lanterns made of ghostly
faces presented a scene not soon to
be forgotten. At ten o'clock a row of
phantom-like figures was formed in
line and each gentleman selected a
partner from these after which the
white masks were removed and a
hearty laugh indulged in. The guests
were then shown Into the dining room
which was illuminated with colored
lights and an old-fashioned candy
pulling took place. The time passed
too quickly. The charming hostess
who is noted for her hospitality has
given many social affairs remarkable
for their novelty but her friends all
agree that this was the most success-
ful party ever given. Not until a late
hour did the guests depart for their
homes each one expressing themselves
that they had never spent a more
pleasant evening. Those present
were: Mrs. Sample Miss Cora Sample
Miss Davles Mrs. Bradly MissZunolt
Miss Nettie Duncan Miss Myrtle
Crockett Miss Barton Miss VanPelt;
F. 0. Harris Dr. Bagby Mr Adams
Fred Young Boyd Gillispie Prof.
Dugger and Al Trogden.
He Pooled the Surgeons.
Ail doctors told Renick Hamilton
of West Jefferson 0. after suffering
18 months from rectal fistula he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed; but he cured himself
with five boxes of Bucklen's arnica
salve the surest pile cure on earth
and the best salve in the world. 25c
a box. Sold by People's and A. W.
Foreman's drug stores.
(i DON'T FEEL RIGHT...
Do you wake up in the morning tired and unrc
freshed? Do you perform your daily duties j
languidly? Do you miss the snap vim and f
energy that was once yours? If this describes
your condition you are in urgent need of
Your trouble arises in a clogged and torpid oonditlon of tho liver
and bowels which if allowed to continue will develop mala
rial fevers kidney disorders or some other troublesome
disease. THICKLY ASH BITTERS drives out all
poisonous impurities strengthens tho vital
organs promotes functional activity
good digestion and vigor and
enercv of bodv and brain.
t ) SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES. ( r PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. (
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Amended Census Notice.
Nowata I. T. Oct. 19 1900.
The Dawes commission issued
the following notice today:
Amended census notice Cherokee
nation. The appointment of this
commission at Catoosa from Mon
day November 12 to Friday No-
vember 16 inclusive is hereby can
celed and the said commission will
remain at Claremore from Monday
October 22 to Friday November
16th inclusive and at Chelsea
from Monday November 19th
until Friday November 23d in
elusive. Take notice: That this
commission will not be at Catoosa
but for the lime heretofore allotted
to Catoosa (from November 12th
to November 16th inclusive) the
commission will remain at Clare-
more. T. B. Nfedles
C. R. Bkeckenridge
Oct. 22 1900. Commissioners
A Famous fainting
may be worth millions ora blgpump-
kin may take first premium but Dr.
Caldwell's syrup pepsin brings more
Joy every day as it becomes better
known and more generally used for
constipation indigestion sick bead-
ache and stomach trouble. Get H at
Pecp'.e's drug store. dw
Dawes Commission Dates.
The following are the latest
vised dates of the Dawes com-
mission for enrolling citizens of
the Cherokee Dation:
Chelsea From Monday Nov.
19 to Friday November 23 in-
elusive. Tahlequah From Monday Dec:
3 to Friday. Dpc. 22 inclusive.
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Oliver Bagby Pres.
J. 0. Hall V-Pres.
W. P. Phillips Cashle
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Capital 8100000 . Surplus $1500C
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in
the Cherokee Nation. ...... ..
A. L. Churchill
P. F. Kortner E. B. Frayser. E. N. Ratoliff
W. H. Kornegay ;W. A. Graham W E. Halsell
Does a Safe General Banking Business
G. W. Clai i
J. O. Hall
KOUNDLAPS BRING 3-4c PREMIUM
Mrs. M. J. Moore Sold Rouudlap and
Square;Cotton With That Result.
Mrs. M. J. Moore a business woman
of Yalobusha County Miss. who con-
ducts two plantations on which she
makes 100 bales of cotton a year Au-
gust 15 last wrote to the Oakland Gin
Co.; "During the past season I had
the cotton raised on my place near
town ginned at your gin and put up
on your roundlap bale press but all
the cotton raised on my Yocona plan-
tation was put up in the old fash-
ioned square bales. Believing that the
price of cotton would be much higher
in the spring after the shortness of
thecroDwas fully realized than it
was bringing at the time it was
ginned I concluded to hold and did
not sell out until late In the spring.
"1 put my roundlap and square cot-
ton on the market at the same time
the grades of each being the same and
sold both lots to Messrs. Harvey
Black & Co. their bids on b Jth kinds
being the highest made. I gut 8
cents for my square cotton and M
cents for my roundlap cotton.
"I watched the cotton markets
btre very cartfully during the ( i-t
sea naLd the roundlap cotton al-
ways brought a premium of from 1
rent to I rent more than the square
W.ei oftl-a!ne fcr1e "
C-.-lIin afc-ue cure
f uiractff J.
w-rks ti e
M X & T Reduces Rate in Indian
Ever since the construction of the
M. K. & T. T.y. through the Indian
Territory its local passenger rate be-
tween stations in the Indian Terri-
tory has been on tho basis of rive cents
a mile. The customary rate of pas
sengcr fares on railroads except in
sparsely settled country is three
cents a mile. The population of the
Indian Territory has grown rapidly
there has been a large increase of
passenger traffic on this account and
the Katy officials recogniiing the
wants of the people and the Justice of
so doing have voluntarily arranged
to reduce the local passenger rate to-
a basis of three cents a mile. This
raduciion will take effect about Nov-
ember first. There will be great re-
joicing among the residents along
the line of the M. K.&T.
To be always happy use P.ed Cross-
ball blue; refuse Imitations. dw
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 1, 1900, newspaper, November 1, 1900; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773633/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.