The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, February 23, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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Uc Daily Chieftain.
O. If. MARRS - - Editor
Daily per Week by Carrier 10c
Daily per Month by Mail 40c
VINITA. IND. TER. FEB. 23.
Official Paper of the Gty.
Ester this year comes on
twelfth of April
Let us revive the Commercial
Club. There is something lor it
to do now.
Only eight days until the ad
imimmnnt of Cooerees and no
Senator BurtOD of Kansas was
also mixed up in one of the get-
rich quick schemes.
Yesterday was Washington'
birthday anniversary but it. being
Sunday Monday is kept instead.
Some men are born great others
are born or come to the Indian
Territory in time to get in on the
ground floor in either event they
"-The Chieftain office continues to
be about the busiest place in
Vinita or anywhere else. We are
splendidly equipped now for tak-
ing care of job work on any scale
large or small.
If there is another town in the
Indian territory that is more pros
perous than Vinita it is to be con
cratnlated. Vinita is starting in
on the most successful and alto
getber the greatest year In its his.
tory. .'. . . ' '
Toda is the anniversary of the
birthday of George Washington
lie first distinguished himself by
choPDin a fine cherry tree in his
father's orchard and afterwards
incidentally became president of
the United States twice in succes
sion. All government officials lay
JOIN THE CROWD.
The New North wot is iucreas'ug'.frpm
Immigration by 200000 people yearly
This region otters a field tor farmers
stock raisers miners lumbermen mil-
lers fruit growers and all classes of
labor. The Cody-Wyoming extension
into the Big Horn Region offers a splen
did opening for the live stock and wool
business and for farming by irrigation.
The industrial expansion that is now
the basis of wealth in the Bast will be
repeated in the nrtnwest. Give some
thought towa ' a home in Nebraska or
Minnesota Dakotas Montana North
eastern .vomtne Northern Idaho
Washij gton the Puget Sound Col-
mbia River region
Northwest Train to Take.
"1 r Burlington-Northern Pacific Ex-
press is the only through train into the
Northwest territory in connection wl
the Northern Pacific Railroad. Throui
coaches chair cars (seats free) through
tourist sleepers over this short line and
time saver to the Northwest. Connect
ing train from Denver to Alliance in
connection with this great through train.
Yoh can reach the Northwest either via
Kansas City St. Joseph or Denver by
the Burlington Route.
fo the North.
The Burlington has two trains dally to
St. Paul and Minneapolis reaching the
valuable territory of Minnesota and the
Dakotas traversed by the Northern Paci
fic and Great Northern Railroads. The
Burlington is the main traveled road to
the Northwest and North. Investigate
the Northwest by addressing either the
Industrial Departments of the Great
Northern or Northern Pacific Raili oads
at St. Paul or the undersigned.
L. J. BRICKER T. P. A. 823 Main St.
Kansas City Mo.
L. W. "CVAKEIEY G. P. A. St. Louis.
F. C. SHARON S.W.P.A. 823 Main St
Kansas City Mo.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the
couah caured by attack of la grippe. It
heals the lunus. Sold by Shanahan &
....... - .
AT LAND OFFICE.
Today is observed as a national
holiday and the land office
Dead at Ninety-six.
M F. Fortner father of Dr B. F.
Fortner died at the homo of the lat
ter in this city Sunday morning Feb.
22. His ailment was perhaps only
the general breakdown of old age. Mr.
Fortner was nearly oinety-eix years
old and had been remarkably bale
and hearty and bad never been much
of a Bufferer from disease. Deseased
was born In 180S and remembered the
Battle of New Orleans in 1815 and his
father was an American soldier and
took part in that victory that made
'Old Hickory" Jackson famous and
Dresldent of the United States. Mr.
Fortner bad been a consistent mem'
ber of the Sooth Methodist church
from his early manhood and was also
a member of the Masonic fraternity
but on account of old uge had nob af
filiated with the order for many years.
The Interment will take place at
Pryor Creek ou Tuesday February 24
at which place bis wire was burled a
few years ago.
Mat reuses; and '-Fallows
We have the largest and best assort-
ed line of Pillows and Ilatresses evdy
shown in vinita.
The most reliable preparation for kid
ney troubles on the market is Foley's
Kidney Cure Sold by Shanahan &
R. R. Time Table
The Air Felt Mattress.
Are the best made strictly guaranteed
to stay soft and in good condition long-
er than any mattress made.
Pillows From all Kinds
Of feathers made up in plain and fancy
ticking. Good mattresses and pillowo ;
make good beds.
Yours for Business .
&r ture Company 7
While the Register is not mak
ing any positive predictions in
statehood matters it does look as
tboaib the chances are decidedly
against the passage of the Omnibus
bill. Those wise old owls posing
as democratic senators seem will
ing to follow Quay to almost soy
length balking only at bis modest
request that they out their own
throats by the adoption of a clot
ure rule. Not so very long ago
. those same senators were striving
to keep Quay out of the senr'.e
charging him with all manner of
disreputable methods in obtaining
his seat yet today they submit
themselves blindly to his lead and
aid unquestioningly in his moet
daring schemes to make state?
solely for the personal aggrandize-
ment of himself and friends and
to give Dennis Flynn a show to
get into the United States Senate.
The democratic senators are not
strengthening the party ic this
territorv by their present attitude
toward us. The people of the In-
dian Territory regard themselves
as human beings of at least average
intelligence and tbey do not look
kindly npon those who treat them
as mere political chattels to be
kicked about at the will of schem-
ing tricksters and allowed no voice
in the disposal of questions materi-
ally affecting their future. Pur-
cell Register. 1
I hereby waive all responsibility of
debts contracted by anyone but myself
d!20 ' '". ' EowiBD Ko&x. j
A Thou.and Dollar rnrown Away
Mr. W W. Baker of Plainview Neb.
writes: "My wife had lung trouble for
over fifteen years We tried a number
of doctors and spent over thousand
dollars without any relief. She was very
low and I lost all hope whe a friend
suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar
which I did; and thanks be to this great
remedy it saved her life. She is stronger
and enjoys better health than she has
ever known in ten years We shall
never be without Foley's Honey and
Tir and would ask those afflicted to try
it." Sold by Shanahan & Mitchell dw
Mothers can safely give Foley's Honey
and Tar to their children for coughs and
colds for it contains no opiates or other
poisons Sold by' Shanahan &
Foley's Honey and Tar is best for
croup and whooping cough contains no
opiates and cures quickly. Careful
mothers keep it in the house. Sold by
Shanahan & Mitchell. dw
Strayed or Stolen.
One blue-roan colt white strips la
face right hind foot white scar ou
right front foot; will be three years
old this sprlnu. 5 reward for return
of same to J. B. Fekeman
w27 ' Two miles East of Spavlnaw.
Nearly Forfaited hlsLlfe
A runaway ' almost ending .fatally
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J.
B. Orner Franklin Grove HI. For four
years it defied all doctors and all reme
dies. But Bucklen'S Arnica Salve had
no trouble to cure him. Equally good
for burns bruises skin eruptions and
Piles. 25c at People's and A. W. Fore
man's drug stores di
DeWltt'a Wltoh Hazel Salve.
The only positive cure for blind bleed
ing itching and protruding piles cuts
burns bruises eczema and all abrasions
of the skin. De Witt's is'the only Witch
Hazel Salve that is made from the pure
unadulterated witch hazel all others
are counterfeits. BeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is made to cure counterfeits are
made to sell. A. W Foreman. dw
Saint Louis &Qd
Train 407 Passenger .............12:05 pm I
Train 409 MRtmir.. - 1:17 am
Train 441. Local l:6am
Train 408 PassenKer 4:50 p m
Tram 410 World's Fair Special 12:41 a m
Train 440 Local 1:06 a m
MV 1 AVssouri Kansas an!
Train 1. PaRHAnfrA 4:1ft a TO
Trains Flyer........... "H
Train s passenger v
Train si. Local v a.
')"' '. NORTH BOUND.
Train i. Passenrer K:I9 a It
Train 9 'iyer "
Train 4 Passenger 11:04 a m
Train 60. Local 11 :S a m
Frazee Hardware and
1 (irniftire Company...
Tuesday February 24
Coffins Caskets and Fun-
T. F CRUTCHFIELD Embalmer.
Mrs. B. W. Evans Clearwater Kan.
writes " My husband lay sick for three
months; the doctors rtated he had quick
consumption. We procured a bottle of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup and it cured
him. That was six years ago and since
then we always kept a bottle in the
house. We cannot do without it. For
coughs and colds it has no equal." 25c
S Qc and! 1 at People's drug store. dw
The New Frisco Hotel has
been opened in the old
Bachtel building half a
block north of the Frisco
Board by the Day or Week.
..... . . . 1 . 1 . 11 1 1
Will be pieasea to nave an
old customers come and
Load of "y3 Dra- )
Special WmMM : matic
1 Scenery 11 AO I lShWi iMltonTsl Climax- ;
A Host I - (M7 1 Q g -
J ffa a f Pasyi ' )) ( Roaring f
Hwmm 114 r .
Clever Comedv- -
Special- )) "W. ' Situa-
ties . . . I 'Ww7k?crbTmfMfffir7ryDyYAnfTr; SJ tions ...
FRED RAYMOND l
Presents his Famous Domestio Comeda Drama r
THE MISSOURI GIRL
A Strong Metropolitan Cast Includinrj Many of the old Fav
orites. Specially engaged The Ozarlt Quartette.
One Minute Cough Core gives relief
in one minute because it kills the
microbe which tickles the mucous mem'
brane ' causing the cough and at the MRS.
same time clears cue pniegm draws out
the inflammation and heals and soothes
the affected carta. One Minute Coi t-li
Cure strengthens the; lungs;warc off 7 en O ClTOCerV Co.
rmlAsa and ti.vrl
Q. A. WHITNEY
pneumonia and is d harmless and n ver I
failing cure in all curable cases of coughs
colds and croup. One Minute Cough
Cure is pleasant to take harmless and
good alike for young and old. A. W.
Kidney complaint kills "more people
than other disease. This :'.S due to the
disease beingso insidious thatit gets a
good hold 00 the system beforejit is
recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure will
prevent the development of fatal di-
sease if taken in time Sold by Shana-
han & Mitchell. ' dw
Strayed or Stolen.
One red four year old male branded
bi on right nip; two black rour year
old steers branded SZ on right hip
and scissor brand 00 left hip. A lib-
eral reward will be paid for informa
tion leading to their recovery or$25
fordetentloD of thief.
wJ7 Sam Zkko Spavlnaw I. T.
Chemists Assayers and
thlle to I
T will be worth your
buy your fresh meats and meat
of all kinda from us. We 01-1
Thoroughbred White Plymouth bor orders oromDtlv and have every-
Rock Chickens one dollar each. Eggs thing you can call for In a first-class
meat maraei. t resn oroceries mi
Mays on band.
Gold tl 25
Silver 1 35
Lead 1 85
Copper I 1 60
Gold and silver . i. 1 60
Gold Silver and Lead 2 23
Gold Silrer and Copper 2 85
nune : l so
Charges Must Accompany Samples.
sixty cents for 15 fl for 30
Mrs. Kate Fkanklin Vinita.
P. O. Box 00. w37
Some newspapers print
jjnzrz:iEruh Fin?y's Barber shP'
l 3tm Cldsi i . aveaU Paeysseela
For aale at People's Drug Store
We have put in an'ad'Vtion
DT7 A TMKrr Much of this is really
harmful reading It is
the aim of the Skmi-Weekly News to
give helpful reading. Thousands will
testify to its helpfulness to them. Ask
THE FARMERS' 'bJ
California Low Rates.
Beginning February 15th the M.
X. & T. By. will sell Coloulst Tickets
to Calitosia at very low rates viz.;
St. Louis 130; Kansas City 125. Tour
ist Car through to Sao Francisco
Wves St. Louis each Tuesdav at 8:32
p. m. Ask any Katy agent-or address
James Barker Gen'l Pas. Agent
M. K. & T.Rj; 202 Waiowrlbt Bldg
St Loui. 2
Vy .1 .1..:- i . t . I - . wt- t-rf many it
?nY . . . ... utrtl l lism i not
Yon don't have to wait
cha!" n opewUon enabling o farming ne by conege professors
r 4 N u to rive better service. .A .. i . mitin.
tbat don't fit Texas. It is the actual ex-
T. FINLEY Proprietor. perience of farmers here at home who
nave lumea oyer me ou.
I PI f '?ft AT Tf wnn or nnt fnlrlntr lh
IT Pnvne C F rVcrco chieftain
J 1. fiXy IIC V C OFFER you should be. It Is help
ful to the best interests of your town and
country. 1'or f 1.50 c Jh in advance we
will mail yoa The Weekly Chieftain and
and the Galveston or The Dallas Semi-
Allotmeuts surveyed in any cart of the Weeklv News for 12 months Both pa-
Tsrritory. Write me. 1 pers stop when yonr time is out.
nuskogee I. T.
W. I. Davenport & Sons
Successor to L-lP.jGarrison.
t 'i .... .
Salt Flour Etc.
We solicit your patronage with an up
date stock of Groceries '
W. I. Davenport & Sons.
Call and see us. Phone 146
Photos. The best is the
cheapest. Get perma-
nent photos artistically
made at FOWLER'S east
of R. R. crossing.
j. w. craiq n. D..
Physician and Surgeon
Office upstairs over CheroteeJN't'on
Bank. Thone 23.
VINITA IND. TER.
Fine Juicy Steaks r'
Home Made Sausagf!
Beef and i'ork Roast
Game in Season !
rour order promptly
taken care of
Vinita Meat Market'
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, February 23, 1903, newspaper, February 23, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773867/m1/2/: accessed January 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.