The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 241, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 17, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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Our stock quickly every piece of furniture
PST in it is marked at an "easy going price". The
p old rule small profit and quick sales holds good
here all the time. .
Frazee Hardware apd
Just now the quick movement is on in
and perhaps the price has something to do
with it as we are making prices to move the goods
in order to make room for the three car loads we
have coming the '18th of August. Remember we
are the leaders.
Frazee Hardware and
THE DAILY CHIEFTAIN
loc a Week by Carrier.
40c a Month by Mail.
D. M. Makrs - - Editor.
H. Lsb Clotwobtht
VINITA IND.TER.. JULY 17.
Official Paper of the Gty.
The oil pirates are . among the
most consistent enemies of the
treaty. The allotment provision
of the Cartis Act would be most
acceptable to them.
The opposition to the treaty is
rapidly losing strength as the peo-
iple become ncquainted wUh te
provisions of the meaoure. a
campaign of education i !l that
is necessary to effect he 'tintica-
tion by an overwhelming iu J ority.
The esteemed Leader is still
very Bore over the city election
that took place last April It
lead to inglorious defeat on that
occasion a httndiul of misguided
people of every political persua-
sion .and insisted on calling its
ticket democratic when in fact it
bore no more resemblance to the
democratic party than a rocky
mountain burro bears to a mefm-
mouth KeUucky jck. -'
There is lens real cause for alarm
in the railroad claim than in any
other reason yet urged against the
pending allotment bill. In the
event of the extinction of the In-
dian title the lands would have to
become public lands of the United
States before the railroad could
hope to enforce their claim and
under the pending bill the title is
to be vested in the individual and
.guaranteed bv the government.
President Yoakum has an-
nounced that the Frisco road is in
do way interested in the enter
prise known as the Denver Enid
and Gulf and that no further ex.
tensions of the great system are
contemplated at present. Presi-
dent Yoakum after referring to
tbe great amount of track absorbed
by the Frisco this year announced
that the road would now take a
PoUoning the System.
It is through the bowels that tbe
body is cleansed of impurities. Con-
stipation keeps these poisons in the
system causing headache dulness
aod melancholia at first then un-
sightly eruptions and finally serious
illness unless a remedy is applied.
De Witt's Little Early Risers prevent
tnis trouble by stimulating the liver
and promote easy healthy action of
owel. These little pills do not act
violently but by strengthening the
the bowels enable them to perform
their own work. Never gripe or dis-
ress. A. W .Foreman. dw
New Lumber Yard.
On August 1 the new Brlnuon &
Patterson Lumber Yard will open
with well selected stock of long and
short leaf yellow pine at their stand
opposite the Presbyterian church. A
full line of sash and doors aod sash-
lime sand cement
Acme plaster as
and the celebrated
well as everything carried usually in
a well equipped lumber yard. We
have bought from the best stocks In
the south and south-east and at the
cheapest prices before the advance
Several New Teachers Appointed By
At the meeting of the echoo
board yesterday afternoon the fol
lowing teachers were appointed:
Prof. VV. S. Dugger principal;
"Miss Stella Davies 1st assistant;
Miss Fannie Mae Browning 4th
grade; Mies Dimmie Byrd 3rd
grade; Mrs. Athey 2nd grade;
'Miss Anna Lyons primary de
There was quite a spirited con
test for one oi the positions and a
great deal of interest has been
manifested fcs to the result.
W. O. White was appointed
principal of tbe colored school
with Henryetta French as his as-
sistant. City Council Meeting.
The city council met In extra session
last night to discuRs tbe issuance of
bonds to cover the purchase of the
public school property. Mo action
was taken the council adjourning un-
til Monday night when tbe matter
will be taken up.
Rev. Joe .Shelby Riley of Durant
-will begin a series of meetings at the
Christian church Sunday night. The
meetings will continue nightly for
several days. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
Feasted on Fish
The fishing party which visted E I-
wards Lake Thursday returned today
and report most wonderful success.
The catch was so large that several
hundred pounds of fish were returned
to the water. Among those who en-
Joyed the sport and tbe big fish fry
which followed were: Mr. and Mrs.
T. T. Wimer Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
Gabbert L. K. McGuflin W. II. Dar-
rough David Stutsman Rev. L. 0.
Wolfe A. E. Freeman Dr. E. S. Stub-
blefield; Misses Miriam McGuflln and
Edna Stutsman. .
and will be prepared to offer' you the
best material at rock bottom values
Incidentally we handle grain of all
kinds for which we always pay the
best market prices. Scales in front
of our lumber office. Come in and get
acquainted and swap a few lies about
the soil climate or last pumpkin
crop before we get busy "nggerin"'
the bottom out of prices. -
dw BRINSON & PATTERSON.
Colds are sometimes more trouble-
some in summer than in winter. It's
so hard to keep from adding to them
while cooling oil after exercise. One
Minute Cough Cure cures at once.
Absolutely safe. Acts immediately.
Sure cure for coughs colds croup
throat and lung troubles A W.
ihkkens at Cowan and
The JuDior League of the Presbyte-
rian church was responsible for a very
pleasant surprise to Rev. and Mrs. J.
S. Stublefield last evening. The young
people had collected a number of very
useful donations in the shape of gro-
ceries etc. and last night descended
on the parsonage in a regular old-
fashioned pound party. The evening
was most pleasantly passed and the
"pound party" was voted an unquali-
When Other Medicines Have Failed.
Take Foley's Kidney cure. It has
cured when everything else has dis-
appointed. Sold by People's drug
Mrs. Browning and daughter Miss
Laura Stevens Davis Hill and family
Henry Ballard and family and S. J.
Burns and daughter Lillic left last
evening for Klaus'iFerry to spend a
few days fishing.
Mrs. W. II. Kornegay will give a
swimming party tomorrow evening to
a number of her married friends.
There are many this mummer who are
appreciating mid enjoying her gener-
ous hospitality with her swimming
There willitea meeting of the fire
department this evening to discuss
some important matters pertaining
to the department. All members are
expected to be present.
If you want to sell your property
and watit to sell it quickly list it with
tne Vinita Real Estate Agency.
cottage is ncaring
Mother Always Keeps it Handy.
"My mother suffered a long time
from distressing pains and general ill
health due primarily to indigestion"
saysL. W. Spalding Verona Mo.
"Two years ago I got ber to try'Ko-
dol. She grew better at once and
now at the age of seventy-six eats
anything she wants remarking that
she fears no bad effects . as she has
her bottle of Kodol handy." Don't
waste time doctoring symptoms. ' Go
after the cause. If your stomach is
sound your health will be good. Ko-
dol rest the stomach arid strengthens
the body by digesting your food. It
is nature's own tonic. A. W. Fore-
Street Commissioner's Notice.
All parties who fail to respond to
the warning notice of the street com-
mission to pay street tax will be pro-
secuted without del ly. Warrants will
be issued at orjec. 1 am directed by
the mayor to enforce this ordinance
to the letter. J. J. Spencer
No Fals8 Claims.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this as a
"sure cure for consumption." They
do not claim it will cure this dread
complaint in advanced cases but do
positively assert that it will cure in
the earlier stages and never fails to
give comfort aod relief in the worst
cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is with-
out doubt the greatest throat and
lunc icmedy. Refuse hubstitutes.
Sold by Teonle's drug store. d w
Transfer of Real Estite.
Bert Chandler lias purchased the
residence property of W. L. Chapman
which adjoins his residence. The lot
Is 73x200 feet improved with a mod-
ern residence and carrle an interest
in one of the artesian wells. The
purchase price was $IG50.
LAHMAN GROCERY CO.
Successors to E. N. Ratcllff nercantlle Co.
We want your trade
We want to deserve it
We want you to feel that your
dealings with us are satisfactory-
not sometimes but always.
We know what is wanted in
the way of prices prompt
deliyery etc. and we are pre-
pared to give satisfaction.
Call and See us or Ring66.
LAHMAN GROCERY CO.
If your watch needs repairing bring it to me
and let me put it in order for you.
Fine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
Motto Not the cheapest but the BEST work at all times.
26.S. Wilson St. Jeweler and Optician
MMira WiffiE2 EBBS
1 Lumber Co....
from a solid gold Watch Case.
All that you see of it is solid
gold the plate of stiffening
metal in the middle of the gold
does not detract from its beauty
adds strength reduces the cost
Cal' and see the beautiful
Jeweler and Optician.
A full line of building ma
terial. It is the right kind. H
Say! are you 4 'on to" they
best plastering material?
New and betted plaster isg
being discovered everyj
year. Masons tell us thatCI
"Acme" is the best nowG
in use "Catch on?" M
most fatal of all di
rni rvJO KIDNEY CURE It I
fULLI O u2r2!iie?j Kemeij
cr money refunded. Contain!
remedies recognized by cmlf
nent phyddans as the best fof
rCiinev and Bladder troubles
PTJJCK SOc. VU00.
Purearp'e Tincgar at Iialentine's
Best Meal in the City 35c
Short Orders a 5peclalty.
FlrtlDor;E.ft .1 RatclM.
We Are Not
But we Believe in Signs.
See Woodard for your
signs. Shop north of Fris-
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