The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 229, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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H ardware & irurn i t u r eCo m pany
Wholesale and Retail
Hardware Furniture Coffins and Caskets.
SAn R FRAZEE & COMPANY.
Phone Nfghtn'8 We respectfuly solicit your patronage.
THE DAILY CHIEFTAIN
loc a Week by Carrier.
40c a Month bv Mail.
D. M. Marrs - - Editor
II. Lkb Clotwokthy
VINITA. IND. TER. JULY 2.
Official Paper of the City.
The eagle should give an extra
trill in the territory in celebration
of our temporary emancipation
The one who patronizes the
public fountain on the Fourth will
feel more patriotic on the morn-
ing of the "5ih" than tha o k- w! -.
celebrates with firewater.
Wm. II. Darrough is tsspntially
a man and there is n atty
weakening fibre in his makeup.
The northern district is fortunate
in having puch a man in charge
of the marshal's office and he
should be accorded every support.
Given By fir. Walter Charlesworth
At the Home of Mr. and firs.
J. C. Anderson Last Night.
j No more popular appointment
" could hava been made than that of
James C. Wilkinson as jailer.
"Uncle Jim" is not only a most
capable officer but is also a sterl-
ing man. He has earned the con-
sideration be has received by the
most faithful performance of every
duty that has been intrusted to
Walter Charlesworth entertain
ed a few of his lriends last even
ing with an informal dance at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. An
derson. Though the affair was
impromtu and rather in the man
ner of a "surprise party" yet it
was a success'so far as the enjoy
ment oftheguests were concerned.
Those present were: Misses Ger
trude Taylor Byrd Taylor Fannie
Knight Dewdrop Hill Grace
Fortner Jessimine Lahman.
Meseers. Fred .Ratcliffe Edgar
cliff John Greening F. D.
Adams Harry Mitchell Bernie
urns Walter Charlesworth J.
Several Officials In the New Western
Judge Charles Raymond of the
western district assumed his of-
ficial duties yesterday. He an
nounced the appointment as clerks
of courts of Mr. Charles Wilcox
and Prof. Bain who is an instruc
tor in the Creek schools. Mr Wil-
cox will go to Jiiulaula and rrof.
Bain to either Okmulgee or Sapul-
pa jno otner cierus nave been
Thomas Sanson was sworn in as
commissioner and given a leave of
absence for thirty days at the ex-
piration of which he will be sworn
in as Master of Chancery and will
resign his position as commissioner.
'Now that Mellette has been ap.
pointed and will move to Musco-
gee the Times respectfully asks
the Vinita Chieftain not to "jump
on" nim just because ne lives in
Muskogee. Muskogee Times.
Mellette will receive naught
save the most sincere sympathy
from the Chieftain. It would in-
deed be cruel to "jump on" a man
who has been sentenced to four
years residence in Muskogee.
July Twin Territories.
The July Twin Territories (pub-
lished at Muskogee I. T. by Mies Ora
V. Eddleuian. One dollar per year
is undoubtly the best yet. This ma-
gazine has made wonderful progress
in the last six months under the
present management. From a thirty
two page magazine it has increased
to flfty-two pages and is becoming
more and more attractive. The July
number contains over twenty halftone
illustrations several stories numer-
ous poems well written articles etc.
Tbe cover page is a rich dark red
printed In black tbe frontispiece is a
restful scene ou tbe Canadian and
the paper used throughout the maga
zine is of an excellent quality. The
single copy is well worth ten cents.
Until the 7th day of July I am au-
thorized by the street and alley com-
mittee to collect $3 street tax from all
men from 13 to 45 years. All who are
to pay will please leave money or meet
me on the 7th at the People's drug
store and 1 will be there to receive it.
Please be prompt in tbis matter or
you will be reported to the mayor..
J. J. Spenckk
President Lands On Burton's Politi-
cal Solar Plexus Again.
Saves a Wo man's Life.
To have given up would have meant
death for Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dor-
chester Mass. For years she had en-
dured untoldmisery fronia severe lung
trouble and obstinate cough. "Of-
ten" she writes 'I could scarcely
breathe and sometimes could not
speak. All doctors and remedies
failed till I used Dr. King's New dis-
covery for consumption and was com-
pletely cured." Sufferers from
coughs ccld throat and lung trou-
ble need tbis grand remedy for it
never disapponite.Cure Is guaranteed
by People' drug store and A. W.
M. K. &T. Fourth of July excur-
ions one fare for the round trin
Tickets on sale July 2 4 and 5 limited
to July Tth.
James Shaw-Mrs. Suie Machine
Samuel Whitem Ire-Rosa Johnson
Bert A. Morrear-Daisy B. Lj'.lis
Senator Burton of Kansas is net
particularly joyful these days.
Alter losing out in the marshalship
fight; after being refused by Teddy
the privilege of shaking the presi-
dential hand he has now to en-
dure the defeat of his friend Pete
Foley for the postoffice at ParsonB
Burton had backed Foley for
the place but the cancelling ma
chine will be run by John J. Bense
who does not drink tbe same
brand as Burton.
If you suffer from sick headache
palpitation of the heart heartburn
costiveness flatulency sour stomach
or bad taste in the moutn you have
stomach and liver trouble. You
should not delay but go at once to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It positive-
ly cure constipation dyspepsia lirer
and kidney troubles. 50c and II at
People's drug more w
If you want good coffee try Henley
& Klnsella's at Balentlnes.
Colds are sometimes more trouble-
some In summer than in wiiiter. It's
m bard to keep from adding to them
while cool lot! off after exercise. One
Minute Cough Cure cures at Once.
Absolutely safe. Acts Immediately.
Sure cure for coughs colds croup
t-hroat and lung troubles. A. W.
Bronchitis For Twenty Years.
I Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville
111. writes "I bad bronchitis for
twenty years and never got relief un-
til I used Foley's Honey and Tar
which is a sure cure. " Sold by Peo-
ple's drug store. dw
"On July 3rd the Crescent Hotel
at Eureka Springs' opens as an all-year-'round
resort under the manage-
ment of the Frisco System. Exten
sive renovations and Improvements
have been effected which will make
the Crescent Hotel the equal of any
hostelry to be found in the south
No False 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
posittv6Iy assert that it will cure in
the earlier stages aud never fails to
give comfort and relief in the worst
cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is with-
out doubt the greatest throat and
lung remedy. Refuse substitutes.
LAHMAN GROCERY CO.
Successor to E. N. Ratcliff flercantile 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. f
When yeu watt spring chickens and
tbe very freshest bast of vegetables
telephone Cowan & Smart.
Sold by People's drug store.
Vacation time is here and the
children are living fairly out of doors.
There could be no healthier place for
them You need ouly to guard
against tbe accidents incidental to
most open air sports. No remely
eouais DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
for quickly stepping pain cr remov-
ing danger of serious consequences.
For cut scalds and wounds. "I us-
ed DeVVitts Witch Hizel Salve for
sores cuts and bruises" nays L. B.
Johnson Swift Tex. "It Is the best
remedy on tbe market." Sure cure
for piles and skin diseases. Beware
of counterfeits. A. W. Foreman dw
SAVE THp WRAPPERS
They are Valuable.
Made by Peet! Bros.
If your watcfy needs repairing bring it to me s
and let me put it in order for you.
Fine and complicated watdi repairing a specialty.
Motto Not the cheapest but the BEST work at all times.
'26 S. Wilson St. Jeweler and Optician
of all kinds promptly and properlj
done at this office. Trices always
consistent with material and work.
CHIEFTAIN PUB. CO
Mother Always Keeps it Handy.
"My mother suffered a lone 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
be 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 It
sound your health will be good. Ko-
dol rest the stomach and strengthens
the body by digesting your food. It
is nature's own tonic. A. W. Fore-
man. s dw
A Job loi ladies and misses' slippers
at Wallen & Wilson's worth $i and
11.25 per pair closing at 91c per pr. w
Keep it) Toucb Witb 5ir?t Louij
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 229, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1902, newspaper, July 2, 1902; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774461/m1/2/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.