The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 115, Ed. 1 Monday, February 23, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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IATE DRESS DETAILS.
FiuU nd Faucle ot Ike l-'HbIo
utiles .Now 'luklntf (be 1' r "J -Iniae
Reports from Pitiis show tliut great
latitude characterises the styles for ia
and outdoor cobtumes this winter. In
evening; dress especially there i
walked utile tv and style reports the
Brooklyn . ugie.
bilks Kutins and moires art worn by
trides though the guests at the wed
dings hardly realize the fact for they
are completely hidden by soft gauzes
orerkid with luce. Classic bands of
orana-e blossom often supersede the
ehaplet of old days.
The mothers of brides are beginning
to adopt more or less of a livery name-
ly a thick Irish or guipure overdress
with just a suspicion of gray or some
' Every month lace dresw gain in
weight and importance says a fashion
oracle. Lace is worn by everybody and
no wardrobe of fashionable women
should be now without a Louis XIII.
collar. They appear to go well with
Henry IV. hats. Henry IV.' reign just
preceded Louis XIII.'sv his epoch being
from 1589-1610 Louis XIIL'afrom 1610-
1643. Some new and handsome tortoise
tihell combs and coiffureoraaments are
adorned with peacocks fashioned from
gold and enaaiels.
Old fashioned cameos are utilised
for belt pins with artistic effects.
Cairngormsare returning to fashion
especially when surmounted by an en-
amel heart or crown The golden tint-
ed ones are especially appropriate for
wear with brown costumes.
Cymric design in gold and salver
with a touch of color in them are be-
ing applied in England and abroad aa
pendants for the neck as brooches
bracelets even buttons and their
beauty is often enhanced by tie intro-
duction of opals pearls and turquoise.
Velvet strips in black and white or
brown and white check effect are used
with artistic result as trimming for
plain colored wool gowns.
The moonstone adorns some new
cuff buttons- and sleeve links
Flower fans are much in favor with
debutante. The mounts are of moth-
er of pearl ivory or gilt and the fan is
composed of violets tiny rosebuds and
other varieties of small artificial blos-
soms. There are very pretty necklace
made of three chains- of gunmetal
strung with large pearls. Gunmetal
and gold are also blended in many of
the fashionable chains and coral or
crystal and coral. ;
READY WITH HER REPLY.
Waltrru WJio Bad the Gift of Hand-
ing Out Jut What Wi
"The conversational versatility of
your American girls astonishes me"
said the Englishman who was ap-
proaching the close of his 'first
month in New York relates thVMail
and Express. "Not only do .f.find
that in society the young wo.-nen
have quickness of perception and
readiness of repartee but I have
found that in the downtown restau-
rants where girls aTe employed as
waitresses they are extremely handy
with their retorts."
"Been trying to jolly 'era a bit
eh?" said the college graduate who
. was finishing off in Uncle Jim's Wall
street office. '"' " t
"Not at all not at all!" replied the
Englishman hastily. "My observa-
tions are based on what I hear them
saying to other men. The girls are
quite bright y'know."
"What led you to think them other-
wise?" said the American citizen.
"I did not look for the quality of
glibness in girls of that class" said
the man from London. "In eating
places on the other side the wait-
resses never talk to you not even
after you have been going to the
restaurant every day for months.
Here in New York it is vastly differ-
ent. And they seem to know where
you are from too. .
"I went to my usual restaurant to-
day. There was a new .girl at my
table and the one who usually waits
on me was a sort of assistant head
waitress. She came over to the girl
at my table before I had a chance to
tell what I wanted and said:
" 'Bring the gent a rasher of bacon
two eggs underdone a toasted muf-
fin and tea. Is there anything else?'
and she looked at me. I said that
would be all right and remarked
that the weather was chn nreable
and what doyou think she rvvid?"
"Something equally bright. 1 sup-
pose" remarked the college man.
The Englishman eyed him a mo-
ment. "I wonder if she was pok-
ing fun at me?" he said. "Well she
ust answered: 'We have so many
oreigners Sn New York We have to
oave all kinds of i weather to' suit
'em. This 1s not onr day for Eng-'
lish weather but I hope you won't
get tired waiting for your turn.'
Three green peppers two large on-
ions one button garlic five ripe to-
matoes (or one can) one-half tea-
spoon of salt paprika to taste. Boil
tomatoes 15 minutes. Cut off the
top of peppers and remove the seeds
and wash in cold water. Then chop
peppers onions and garlic fine and
fry in butter until tender. Add these
ingredients to the tomatoes. Then
add nine eggs beaten together. Cook
slowly stirring all the time until
they form a thick white mass forve
on platter with buttered toast.
it Mrann m
Aii Atchison mtn
awsv up the hiildcr.
who lian rlimbed
is about to lose
his lirinl il)r.titfi looking down at a
woman. 'o!;ion Globe.
Twenty thousand illustrated poet
cards pass through the Brussels post
It costs the government of British
India about 33.50 per square mil to
protect the forests against tire.
Forty pounds has been offered as a
prize by a Vienna confectionery com-
pany for the best translation of the
English word "cake."
The Jlohammedan law against al-
coholic drinks lias recently been made
more stringent in Constantinople on
account of its general violation.
One consequence of the Belgium
anti-gambling law is that cth the
gama of loto has been prohibited in
the fishermen's public houses at Blan-
kenberghe near Ostend. k
Boresa Xolompar a notorious Hun-
garian gypsy woman who had acted
as a receiver of stolen property nearly
all her life has just died at the age. of
A rich Chinaman at Wellington New
Zealand has given $50000 to pay for
the transportation to China of 6000
bodies of Chinese who had not left
enough money for sending their bodies
STRENGTH OF PAPER MONEY.
Government Trwaaarr Expert Ex
plain Why Oar Banknote
Are So Teach.
"The way some cashier pay out
small bills in exchange for large must
make other men aa tired as it wearies
me" remarked an observing busines
man to another Waahingtonianaa they
watched the cashier of a fashionable
uptown cafe pull at and atrip the ones
and twos in exchange for a ten as
though he were pulling a piece of mo
lasses candy over a hook and hated to
'It does" acquiesced his friend who
happened to be a United States treas-
ury expert. "The way some cashiers
jerk snap and pull at bill as they pay
them out is utterly absurd. The old
adage about pinching a silver dollar
until the eagle ccreain pa lea before
the way the up-to-date flip cashier
jerks the long green ha handles.
"I will give you a factthatis not gen
erally known and I doubt if ever pub
lished and that is the weight a new
treasury single Bote and four notes
in a sheet will sustain without DreaK-
ing. Director Meredith furnished me
with the figures and they may be ac
cepted aa official end accurate.
"A single treasury note measures 3j
inches wide by 7 inches long and will
suspend 41 pound lengthwise and 91
pounds crosswise. Notes are printed
four to a sheet the latter measuring
8'i inches wide by 13 long. A sheet
will suspend 108 pounda lengthwise and
177 pounds crosswise.
"It will be observed that a single note
will sustain crosswise 13 pounds over
double the weight it sustains length
wise while in the case of the sheet the
crosswise sheet is short 39 pounds of
double the sustaining power of the
The cashier had interestedly listened
to the treasury expert's explanation of
the weight-sustaining and necessarily
resisting pow er of w ear and tear of our
paper money and then he said:
. "You see it is this w ay: Bills stick
together see and we cashiers have to
make up any shortage out of our own
pockets and that's one reason why we
snap and jerk the bills so hard so we
will not pay out two for one as might
be done. Again a $2 bill Is frequently
mistaken for a $5 and vice versa and
by counting out our money as if it were
drops of our life blood we are less
liable to pass out one for the other."
The tw-o gentlemen paid their ac-
count and agreed as they passed out
that the cashier's excuse was lame
and that it was a good thing for the
rest of the public who handle money
that the breaking strength of our
treasury notes is so high or there
would be nothing left of them after
they had passed through a dozen cash-
SOMETHING ABOUT HAWKS.
Taey Arc of Great Value o Farmers
fa DHrtroflng TVoxlona In
x aecla and Mice.
The hawks belong to a great bird
family known as Falconidoe which
also includes falcons eagles kites
etc. and which lias 350 branches or
species distributed all over the w orld.
Of these about I!5 species are found in
North America writes K. II. I'.aynes in
Woman's Home Companion. Some are
migratory while others remain in one
locality the whole year round. Kxcept
in the migratory seasons when certain
species may be tun Hying iu scattered
flocks which sometimes extend for
many miles hnk are solitary birds
as a rule flying singly or in pairs.
They become greatly attached to par-
ticular breeding grounds and return
yearafteryear to the same bit of wood-
land often Jo the same tree where
they will patch up the old nest which
has perhaps beenoccupied by squirrels
during the winter. They are more
over very constant in their affections
some species being known to mate for
life. The food of hawks consists in the
main of small mammals insects rep-
tiles and batrachians which they cap-
ture and hold with their powerful
claws and tear to pieces with their
hooked bills. As destroyers of mice
and noxious insects they are of great
value to the farmers and even the upe-
cies which occasionally carry off game
and poultry have a handsome balance
of good deeds tc their credit. Intelli-
gent men are tow beginning to recog-
nize the fact end with other thought
ful people are losing patience w ith the
thoughtless ones who still persist in
killirg these w h ired servants many of
which are savir.g for th ir murderers at
least a lear.
A splendid' value Smoking
Jackets all wool hand-
somely faced regular $5.
value only .......$ 3-5
Full length L o u n gi n g
Robes regular price
$8.50 to close . . 550
Special prices on Underwear
Wool Dress goods etc.
V The Store where a
Solid Gold Rings.
Our line of Solid Gold Kings is so large
that it is impossible to give a description
of each style so we mention only a few
prices: 1 ; .
Large solid gold set rfng $1.50 to.. $15.00
Gent's solid gold ring $3. to.. 15 00
Plain solid gold rings $2. to 1000
Child's solid gold ring .50
When you want anything in the Jewelry line call
and see what we have.
Fine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
Motto 1 Not the cheapest but the Best work at all
South Wilson Street. Jeweler and Optician.
WANTED To urcha-e
ment f ir one near Viuita.
The Weekly Chieftain
and the Gioba-Democrat
or Republic $150 ayear.
ScreeneT lump McAlester criiil
Wjlt'.o Luul! Yard rhnne'242
The purchasing public is aware that
it is late in the winter. It is also aware
that it can new buy Overcoats and win-
ter goods at prices far below those asked
during the season. The reason is obvious
we do not want to carry any over until
next season. To move them we quote
the following :
All $2 to $14.00 and $15.00 Over-
coats your choice for .$10.00
All $9.00 $10.00. and $11.00 Over-
coats your choice for 7.50
A splendid value in a good heavy
and warm Overcoat at . . . 3 18
Only a few left to close out.
This don't half tell it. Our new line of mat-
tings and Carpets is one of the finest everseen
in the 'city and we have all the latest designs. In
fact anything you want in the Furniture line
WE'VE GOT IT. Call and inspect the
goods and see for yourself..
E. O. STEVENSON
(Successor to N. L. Estlin (Q. Co.)
The uauy Chieftain is
read by more people who
buy goods in Vinita than
any or all other medi-
ums; and itreaches-them
every day in the week.
Kakea Kidneys and Bladder RIeM
Kor a!e t People's Dreg Store.
Winter Odds and Ends.
2 pairs all wool Blankets
white regular price" $7
2 Comforts large size cot-
ton filled Silkaline and
and Satine covered ex-
tra quality regular price
$3.00 to close 2.25
2 Comforts large cotton
filled silkaline covered
regular price 2.25; to
close at. 1.75
Solid"gold2Brooehes $3 to $30.00
Other Brooches from 50c to 3.00
Solid gold cuff buttons $2.50 to $7.$o
Other cuff buttons 25o to... 3oo
FOWLER the perma-
nent photographer for
Lease contracts that
will stand legal fire at
this office. tf
Window glass at Fore-
Texas MiJUnd Ral Iroad.
Tbe Texas Midland Railroad au-
nounccs the following rates in effect
from points on )t line: '
Annual Meeting Atlantic States
Paeker-t Assn. Western Packers
Canned Goods Assn. and Canning
Machinery and Supplies Assn. Wasb-'
ingtuu D. C February 9-H rate fare
and one third on the certificate plan;
Annual Meeting Department of
Superintendence of the National Ed-
ucational Assn. Cincinnati Ohio
Feb 24-28 rate fare and one third on
certificate plan. .
Meeting United Mine Workers of
America Jan 19-20 and Joint Meet-
ing of Operators and Miners Jan 29
Indianapolis Indiana rate one and
one third fare on the certificate plan.
Meeting State Convention Y. M
C. A. Lampassas Texas March 14-17
rate convention basis. .
Suuny South Shooting Tournament
Brenbarn Texas Jan. 26-31 rate one
and one third fare on the certificate
Biennial Meeting State Senate
Order of iPretorians Austin Texas
February 17 rate fare and one third
on certificate plan.
F. B Mckat 6 PA
Terrell Texai. -
(Mellette Smith. )
Rooms 1 2 and 3 P. O. Building.
Vinita I. T.
DR. L. BAGBY '
Office lii New Ratcliff Building. Tele-
phone 101. Vinita Ind. Ter.
TAMES S.DAVENPORT :
ATTORNEY 'AT LA W.
Rooms 9 and io New Hair Building
Vinita. I. T
Davenport A Hall Attr .-ys at Law
Bank Building Clareore I. T
ATTORNEY AT LAW 1
And Notary Public. Office in new Hal;
ell building Vinita I. T. Will practice
In all the United States courts of the L T.
-HAS. W. DAY D. D. S. g
Sold Crown and Bridge Work a Special-
y. Office over Firt National Bank)
VINITA. f. T.
ine only. Exclusive Eye Ear and Noae
Specialist in the Indian Territory j
Byes treated and glasses properly fitted
Office at Drug Store.
GEO. W. LOUTTIT
. Attorney- and
.. Councilor at Law
V . VINITA IND. TER.
Office up stairs in Raymond Building
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD O.M.D.
OmceoverEstlln Furniture Co. Gray-
Halsell building Vinita. I. T.
Veterinary j ?
Permanently located. Office at
Wehb Bras' stables: Sontb Wilson
street. Office phone 82 Residence
phone 69 Hospital tor patienU
We Are Net .
But we Believe in &.
See Woodard for your
signs bhop north ot rnr.
Joe Davis' Barber Shop.
I have just furnished my shop
with new up-to-date furni-
ture and have refitted the bath
rooms making of this shop
one of the finest in the. Indian
Territory. Call and see us .J
JOE DAVIS Proprietor.
South of P. O ; Ow-. r-olden Rule.
The Most Direct
Route from either north
or south to the Famous
Health Resort and
Descriptive literature concerning
this delightful rcsoi funa.shed
upon appication to .
Fssengrer Traffic Department
1'RISCO SYS1 HM
Wfli I. T
is via the
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