The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 255, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 2, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
;Tinr Til-ATI f T PMTlfflT 1 II
I"'11" "' - . - . ..... - . 1 - i ''. .I.. i - f" - :
VOL. 4. NO. 255.
VINITA IND1 IN TERRITORY SATURDAY- EVENING AUGUST 2 1902.
PRICE PER WEEK 10c
THIS IS NERVE.
-Arkansas Seriously Discuss-
ing the Absorption of the
Shoo repairing at Lee Barrett's.
In the Territory Looks Good To
the Poor Old Neighbor and
Some Strenuous 'Courting
la From teed
"It's all very well for Abraham
Hut It's pnettytough on Mary Add."
Just what Inspired the poet to
break into ong witbthe foregoing
couplet is ofeecored in the myster-
ies of rag-Uoa literature but if be
lived in thie day nd hour it would
be credited to tbe wooing that is
being indalged in 'by Arkansas.
For some reason sentiment has
never beeo . associated with our
eastern neighbor. Tbe mention
of Arkansas baa always brought
visions of pioe iorests some rocks
rasor backs and "white male."
Bat now it bos assumed tbe guise
of a young Lookiovar coming from
the wrong direction to win the
queen of tbe eoctbwest. It may
be however lb dowry of taxable
property which inspired the fol-
lowing dream esade public in the
"The citit ens of Arkansas take
kindly to tbe proposition to annex
the Indian territory. Many were
not aware that5Q000 natives of Ar
kansas have selected the territory
as tbeir future home. Among
these 50000 citizens there are
some of the beet men in the ;coun
try and all are desirous of ad
vancing tbe territory to tbe plane
of greatness to which her natura
resources recommend her. They
would be delighted to have the
territory annexed to Arkansas.
Tbe same is true of white citizens
who came from other states. They
recognize that if annexed to Okla
homa tbey would have to over.
-eeme many difficulties which have
long since been passed ia Arkan
tu. It is always beet for a new
territory to be annexed to an old
atate In this particular case Ark-
ansas has the advantage of all
others for the reason that heHawa
are already in force in tba terri
tory. The people are educated to
their observance and are familiar
with our institutions. It is easy
therefore to realize what an ad
vantage it would be to these peo-
pie to be annexed to Arkansas.
Nor would this statu have a great-
er population than she could easily
manage. With tbe territory an-
nexed Arkansas would still be
smaller in area thin many other
states. At present Arkansas has
a population of 1311000 while
tbe territory has a population of
392000 including Indians. We
should have a total of 1703000
or less than 2000000 population
if we had the territory. Arkansas
has a gross area of 52850 square
miles while tbe territory has only
an area of 32400 square miles. Add
tbe two together and we should
have an area of S5250 square
miles which is less than Montana
with H6.0S0 square miles Nevada
How it has Sse.n Revived
An ancient ro si-Hod' of poteor.iijtf
criminals win to t..vo thorn W tnvjil-
iovr quantities fif hull's blood. Bull's
Mood is really no poison at alii. Yet
thj prisoner usi:aliy died in pgony
rimsiM by tbo angulation or Laulen-
ing of 1li Lull's blood In the etom-
anli. 'Thj pressure of tins .w.lld mass
on tfceiltal organs almost Always rc-
That's like "S-ndlfrestion. 3f your
frwul alorsn't digest it. remains in a
hard Jiuup In the stomach. Gases
form-which crowd other organs. Many
cases ;il swp.pwed heart disease are
r!ueoiodirttion. . .
This trouble is removed ;by the ma
o! such a prffpr;tion a iCofloJ Dys-
upsia Cure -wdi-h gives the stomach
IK-rfect restfcy digestin-what you eat
without the ffTmach's aid. The food
twydmip the body. The est restores
Ujo -fltanaark tLo health.. You don't
have to diet. '
il')urim iJw? last lew jwrnrs my stom-
utii was in such -oontfiUon that I
ryii!ldiPt retain the food I ate." writes
U-.nry Williams vt Bwwnvllle Mo.
"TwomathajroI commenced taking
Kn-dtil DypepHia LHrre. A few bottles
live mred ut entirely I can now cat
EMdeBf anything I want."
Kodol JDyspepsia Cure
Cares nil Stomach Troubles.
Prt-pnronly1)r E. C. DnWrrr & Co. Chicneo.
Titn tl UotUe4jufitulaK tlmi-tlie 6(t. sf.
CuresKckJy. "That's what it's made for
S'id by A. W. Foreman.
e to 1:
5aDderS Mercanlile Co..
Sau? lip Yoiir Money
For our BIG CLEARING SALE. It begins
Safdrday Jiily 26 Ending Safiirday fltig. ?v
The features of this sale are Low Prices on all
Summer Dry Goods; Low Prices on Millinery;-
Low Prices on all Low Shoes and Slippers; Ex-
tremely Low Prices on Men's and Boys' Clothing.
Hats and Furnishings. Y j!
Visit our store during- this sale. We will save
you money on every purchase.
Badgefl-SaDfJePS Mercantile Coi!
Dr. DAVID B. MORGAN
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
Of Swanscy Wales late of PhilatJelphia Pennsylvania.
Permanent Addres FAYETTEVILLE ARK.
tr . fuiiv t
traveling in Amer-
fully treats all dis
eases of horses
mules and cattle
lie takes up rup-
ture and cures wa-
ter seeds. He op
erates on colts with hernia removes all gristly growth; cures lameness in bone
spavin ring bone blood and bog spavin.
If you want to keep fat slick horses fix their teeth..
How to know when your horses' teeth are not right. He will turn his head to
one side while chewing will spill food from his mouth and slobber; have swellings
or lumps on the jaw or running sores on the jaw. All big head or big jaw comes
from bad teeth. Tossing the head fighting the bit champing the teeth lolling
the tongue starts suddenly stopping short shying driving sideways lunging
and running away are some of the bad habits caused by the mouth being out of
condition witn colic indigestion ana niue ooudu.
Cure all these habits and prevent and cure all these diseases by putting the
teeth in perfect order. It is not the amount of food a horse eats that makes him
fat but the amount of food he digests. 1 successfully operate on old stallions
ridelines and colts. 1 have with me the Twentieth Century Horse Book for sale.
Every fanner should have one. Remember all EXAMINATIONS FREE at my
office. Will be in .
VINITA SATURDAY JULY 26
For Two Weeks at Couch & Raines Stable.
with 110700 square miles Wyom-
ing with 97890 square mile
Oregon with 97030 equare milee
and two-tbirda less than Texas
with 265780 square milea. Ark-
anaaa would then be about the
size of Kaoeas and Minnesota. It
ought to be unnecessary to say
that the Indian territory should be
come a part of Arkansas. Indeed
there is a part of this country that
was originally detached from this
state and it should come back to
us as a matter of simple justice.
Our delegation in congress should
have do difficulty in reclaiming
their own. Let us make the effort
and the results may repay us two-
Milk crocks and jars at Balentioe's.
We are authorized to aonouoce the
name of James Daniel as a candidate
for a seat in the national council from
Delaware district to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Andy
Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferer.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords Im-
mediate relief to asthma sufferers in
the worst stages and If taken in time
wfll effect a cure. Sold by Peoples'
drug store. ' dw
Vlntta Lodge No. 5 A. F. & A. M.
will hold a stated communication Sat-
urday August 2 at 8 o'clock P. M.
Work in the Third Degree. Members
are requested and visiting brethren
fraternally invited to attend.
T. J. McCain W. M.
E. J. Hunt Secretary.
Good laundry soap 7 and 10 bars for
25 cents at Balentine's.
ALL KINDS OF BILLS
Big bills-Little bills.
Any kind of a bill just as long as it is a
Lumber or Building Material bill. '
That's our business and that's where we
shine. We can give you a closer set of
figures on that lumber bill you're going to
buy than anybody arcund here and give you
better grades to boot. We are cranks on
quality and believe the best is none too good
for our customers. Consequently we offer
only the choicest grades of stock manufact-
ured and guarantee- you absolute satisfac-
i tion with anything you buy here from a
bunch of lath to complete house or barn bill.
Besides having the largest and best assorted
stock we keep it all under cover so when you
come here for building material you won't
get dirty warped and weather beaten stuff.
And say 1 Just give us your ear a minute
longer. Owing to the unprecedented demand
for building material this year prices are lia-
ble to be much higher than they are now. So
you'll be showing a streak of wisdom by buy-
ing what material you need NOW.
See the point ?
P. G. Browning & Company.
Vinila. Indian Territory
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 255, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 2, 1902, newspaper, August 2, 1902; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773652/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.