The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 229, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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la strong all over. Jfo man can be
Btrong who is suffering from indigestion
or some other disease of the stomach and
it associated orRans ot digestion ana
when tlie stomach
is diseased there is
a loss of the nutri-
tion contained in
r .1 Ll.l . a
me source ui an j
When a man f j i
doesn't feel just Tv
right when he
doesn't sleep well
lias an wicornfort-
stomach after eat-. r
ing is languid "'"
ncrvoua ami irrita- ;-x-ble
he is losing the 'Ar-
nutrition needed u V I
to make strength! vv y " t
Such i man nee'ls "f -
to use Dr. Pierce' f
r 1 1 . Tlfr.li"il ;.' 1 I I
Ti; ri.rv Tt ciirps :'? '
diseases of t''Vi"?
Gtomach and otner I
organs ot digestion n
1 ... Tt
enriches the blood stimulates the liver
nourishes the nerves and so gives health
and strength to the whole body.
Mr. Thomas A. Swarts of Sub. Station C
Columbus oliio llox ioj writes: "I was taken
very i-k with severe ticaelac-he then cramps in
the stomach and my food would not digest then
kidney ami liver trouble and my back got weak
bo I could scarcely pe-t around. The more I doc-
tored the worse i got until six years passed I
could only walk in the house by the aid or
chair and I had given up to die. Then one of
my neighbors said 'Take my advice and take
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and
make a new man out of yourself.' The first bot-
tle helped me and after I had taken eight bot-
tles in about six weeks I was weighed and found
I had gained twenty-seven (27) pounds and I
am as stout and healthy to-day I think at I
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-
stipation. R. R. Time Table
cjkir7 siot Luia
I ' ' S&O Francisco
Train 407 Passenger 11:35 am
Train 409 Meteor 1:37 a m
Train 411 Oklahoma Express 1:08 am
Train 441 Local 7:15 am
Train 408 Passenger 5:10pm
Tram 410 World's Fair Special 12: a m
Train 411. Kansas City Express 12:43 a m
Train 440 Local.. 8:00am
tAI'1 1 AVssouri Kansas and
J Ttxas Railway
Train 1 Passenger 4:36 am
Trains flyer 10:07 an
Train . Passenger..... 6:lypm
Train 61 Local 1:00 pa
Train2 Tafsenger 1:02 an
TrainB. Flyer 11:04 am
Train 4 Passenger 6:10 p m
Train U. Local.. 11:59 am
ROLL IS CLOSED.
All Delinquents Placed On Doubtful
The Cherokee roll was closed
yesterday under the order of the
Secretary of Interior issued some-
There were about 200 delin-
quents unaccounted for on the
1886 roll and the commission on
its own motion made application
for them and placed them all on
doubtful cards in order that they
may afterward appear and give
further information about them
selves. This checks up the 1896
roll and puts all Cherokee caBesin
the hands of the commission and
ends the field work. ' The com
mission will pass upon all doubt
ful cases in its offices at Musko
It will take about a year to conv
plete the work.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh I
That Contain flercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de-
range the whole system wheo enter-
ing it through the mucous surfaces.
Such articles should Dever be used
except on prescriptions from reput-
able physicians as the damage they
will do is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by
F. L. Cheney & Co. Toledo O. con-
tains no mercury and is taken inter-
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you get the genuine. It is taken
Internally and made in Toledo. O.
by F. J Cheney & Co. Testimonials
free. Sold by druggists price 75c per
bottle nails family pills are the
Sound kidneys are safeguards of
life. Make the kidneys healthy with
Foley's Kidney cure. Sold by People's
Many of the old Force Will be Re-
tained by Marshal Darrough.
At a conference between Marshal
Wm. II. Darrough and the repub
lican executive committee of the
northern district yesUrday after
noon the following were recom-
mended for commissions a8 United
States deputy marshals and office
Chief Deputy Luther M. Ax-
Criminal Clerk Wm. B. Depue
Civil Clerk 0. D Neville.
Jailer James C Wilkinson.
Office Deputy Miami Wm. W.
Field Deputy Miami W A.
Office Deputy Pryor Creek J.
Office Deputy Sallisaw Edward
Field Deputy Sallisaw J. C. C.
Field Deputy Claremore A. J.
Office Deputy Nowata Pies
Office Deputy Tahlequab
Horace B. Gray.
. Field Deputy Tahlequah
Field Deputy Vinita I. L.
Gilstrap G. S. White.
The office deputy at Claremore
has not been decided upon. The
appointments of guards turnkey
and other jail officers will not be
taken up until later.
Grant S. Victor will have the
contract for feeding the prisoners.
If a Man Lie to You.
And say some other salve oint-
ment lotion oil or alleged healer is
as good as Bucklen's Arnica salYe
tell him thirty years of marvelous
cures I of plJws burns boils corns fel-
ons ulcers cuts scalds bruises and
skin eruptions prove its the best and
cheapest. 25c at People's drug store
and A. W. Foreman's dw
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula hi
plainly printed on every bottle show-
ing that it is simply iron and quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure no pay
Wallen & Wilson have a large line
of wrappers worth $1.25 which they
are closing at 80 cents. w
the Scenic Route
Its rails penetrate the fertile St" tea ot
TEXAS and the
ALABAMA and the
it reaches the rich farming lands of Kansas
a Oklahoma the mineral fields of Southern
Missouri and Northern Arkansas the cotton
fields of the South snd Southwest the oil field
ot Kansas and the Indian Territory and hun-
ireds of other industrial places of interest and
rofit to the home-seeker and invetor. And
st but not least it will carry you to the famed
wealth resorts of the Oxarks
Send your friends in tbe.old States on
of our illustrated pamphlets to be had by
lddressing Room No. 726 Century Building
"The Top of the Ozark."
Feather and Fin on the Fnteo."
"Fruit Farming Alnng the Wsco.'
'The Ozark Ipiift."
'There i Something to See A Ion" Ins
X)il. and where to find tt.
The most comprehensive railroad Ikeraturt
for the home-seeker traveltr or investor eva
aiiliihed for gratuitous distribution.
y tj y. m m a
II El Dorado Springs Mo. 15.35 XoSr
round trip tickets good for thirty
dayB. M. K. & T. ? j
We Tell No Secrets. '.j
It is an. opea .secret that Hunt's
Lighting Oil cures every thing exceDt
broken hearts and softening of the
brains. 25 and 50 cents. w:
Buy the Fairbank'sgas
oline engines for allpur-
poses they are the sim
plest most reliable and
economical safest from
fire or explosion.
E. C. Burklih Agent.
Ecmember Thursday night the
ladles of the Methodist church will
give a concert at the opera house.
Don't miss it.
To the Far Norihu)esf
Via Burlington Route. ;
"The Burlington-Northern Pacific Ex-
press" now leaves Kansas City at 9:10
m malritirr direct connections with
ail lines from the east and south. This is
the only through train from Kansas City
itirnnrrli lYif nnrtViwpst tprritorv traversed
by the Northern Pacific railway.Thibugh
sleepers Butte Helena Spokane Taco-
ma Seattle Portland.
The Burl'ngton makes the cheapest
Colorado summer tours ever made such
as $15.00 round trip during frequent
periods of the summer from Kansas City
to Denver Colorado Springs and return.
The Burlington's last Denver .train
leaves Kansas City at 6:10 p. m. arrives
at Denver 3:15 p. in. next uay. ine nay
Express leaves Kansas City at 10:40 a.m.
10000 lakes; scores of the coolest and
best summer localities in the country:
frequent periods of low excursion itours
such as $12.20 Kansas City to St. Paul.
To Itiutr Fi.rji?. r
Low rate summer circuit tours to
Michigan Canada St. Lawrence region
Atlantic coast; rail and lake or all rail.
To Chicago The famous "Eli" leaves
Kansas City at 6 :20 p. m.
To St. Louis Double daily train serv-
10 Describe your trip to our nearest tick-
et agent or to the undersigned; land let
us advise you the least cost and mail you
publications. . '
L. J. BRICKER T. P. A. 823 Main St.
Kansas City Mo.
L. W. WAKELEY G. P. A. St. Louis.
CCM. LEVY Gen'l Manager
St Louis Mo .
That is clear.
Ice always on hand.
Visit the plant and sec it
Vinita Light Ice and
First Published June 4. im
In the U. S. District Court at Vinita In the
Northern District ot the Indian Terri-
tory. H C. ewearlngcr. Plslntiff.
Nettle Swoarlnger Defendant.
iimhlr lSllS. "
The defendant. Nettle SwennnRcr. to
warned to appear In this court within thirty
days and answer the complaint 01 me pisiP'
tiff. It. V. tiwearingcr.
CH AS. A.; DAVIDSON. Clerk.
By T. A CHANDLEK. Deputy.
I. B. Turner Attorney for Plslntiff.
W. Thompson. Att tiny for Dtftndni
Gex & Miller
Livery Sale'and Feed Stable
. Special attention to driving trade.
Wagon Tyard in connection.
Phone No 6. So. Wilson St. Vinita
Afton I. T.
Mrs. S.O. WHIIs.'.Prop.
INice clean rocm? firt-class table
Kates 12 per day.
In front of our store at 4 o'clock we
will send up five balloons with our
name attached to each one. We will
present the finder the following
2d. Set knives and forks.
3rd. Pair Shears.
4th. Ice Cream Freezer. '
5th. Pocket knife.
Be on hand to see whether they go towards
your house. We are headquarters for HARD-
WARE STOVES and TINWARE. The best
that are made. 'i
Darrough Hardware Co.
A full line
terial. It is the right kind.
Say! are you "on to" thej
best plastering material ?
New and better plaster is
being discovered every
year. Masons tell us that
"Acme" is the best now
infuse "Catch on?"
There is scarcely any condition of ill
health that is not benefited by the occas-
ional use of a R-I-P- A-N-S Tabule. For
sale by druggists. The five-cent packet
Is enough for an ordinary occasion. The
family bottle 60 cents contains a sup.
ply for a year.
ire the most fatal of all cUs-
eases. m V0 KIDNEY CUHt IS t
or money refunded. Contains
remedies ' recognized by cml t
nent 'physicians the best id'
IQdnev and' Bladder troubles
PRICK mnA $1.00.
We Are Not
But we Believe in Signs.
See Woodard for your
signs for the fourthshop
north of Frisco depot.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys Bad bladder right.
Sold by Peoples' drug fctore.
of building ma-
I from a solid gold Watch Car .
All that you see oi it ts son 1
gold the plate of sti(Ienin
metal in the middle of the goU
does not de tract tromits teauty
dds strength reduces the cost
Call and see the beautiful
eweTer and Optician.
1 ' ?! .'
I make all the latcU''
styles including phott U
in folders l '
East of railroad crosb
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.