The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 135, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 18, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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w vjw Up0n us when
all lines of spring goods are eagerly
sought for. We have inaugurated a
Grand Sale of WHITE GOODS that
will by far eclipse anything before. Our
immense line of White Goods has beentarefully selectedfpiece by piece until the nobbiest
ine of new and up-to-date Novelties has been purchased by u.s and we are proud ot our
ine of Oxfords waistings Tissues. Muslin" Underwear and Embroideries. Read and note
the items' below: . ' ' :
Sj White mercerized oxfords in plain and fan-
3 cy weaves.newest novelties QfirA ftOr
of the season; price. ..... . T0 PV?
r 20 inch fancy oxfords in stripe and 4x4
w checks; these goods are mercerized C Op
in flip xnrn anH hpautifii 1 nriVf1 JJj
Kb 30-mch plain and stripe colored and white
basket weave in all the latest pat- ARr
3 terns; price of a large line.. ...... Tv
532-inch novelty mercerized striped batiste
beautiful floral design also; Ofln f a ORp
j goodsworthy ofexamination-vv'
Never in the history cf ready-majde muslin
underwear have the patterns been so dainty
and beautiful as this season. .
Fine soft muslin skirts trimmed AQr
with wide lace or tucked bottom Vv
Soft cambric skirts.heavy double QQo
& ruffle tucked and embr'd bottom uu
Extra fine cambric skirts with deep em-
turk p mhrnidpred inertinf . . VtiUw
Everything shows a great advance in these
new garments that make them very popular.
Drawers made of cambric muslin extra Otp
fine and lace trimmed..;. . . . . . .
Drawers of fine cambric tucked and 7 FJp
embroidered with extra heavy flounce
Drawers made of fine soft cambric and trim-
med with fine valencennes lace and QQp
White Lawno and Dimities
Our stock of lawns and dimities is ' full and complete K20 pieces
fine shear lawns in stripes checks Tiairlme stripe; price gQp
5. ioc 15c 20c to. ................
Dimities in checksstripe fine and medium grades all new Qgp
goods; price ioc 12c to . .v. y
We are pleased to show the newest crea-
tions in our new spring muslin gown. For
neatness in design and quality they are un-
surpassed. Made of cambric muslin V shaped necks
with ruffle and tucked yoke.embroid- ARp
ered inserted full regular size.. .... .Ty
Gowns of fine cambric muslin V shaped
neck hemstitched tucked yoke and QQp
trimmed with lacei. COO
Gown of extra fin cambric square yoke
empire neck with hia'vy embroid- CO Kf
ered front ribbon taped neck.. PfaUv
io pieces Hamburg Embroidery in neat 1 p
designs for edgings. ................. ' "
25 pieces Nainsook and Swiss embroideries
2to 5 inches wide.; new designs are 1 Hp
worth I2 to 15c at..... .'. ;J. .yf..
12 pieces Nainsook and Swiss embroidery 4
to 6 in. wide heavy bugle - designs 1
beaded edges worth 20 to 25c.
15 pieces Persian lawn and Swiss embroid-
eries beaded edges and bands extra OP -special..............
) . ...
5 pieces Flouncing 16 to 20 in. wide Af
extra heavy value up to 60c .T'viU
32 in. Cambric a very
soft fine muslin; we
have placed on
this gale for 8 1.3c
36 inch Beckley Cam-
bHo fine soft finish
no better qunl- '
ity made. 12 l2c
10 pieces long cloth
in 12 yard pieces very
fine and (shear. Bolt
price 1 $1.25 $1.50
Cut price 12 1-2 c
Tlhe Juambo SHore P Viind& fed- Te.
Cya Daily Chieftain.
D. M. MARaS - - Editor
Dally per Week by Carrier.
Daily per Month by Mail. . .
VINITA. IND. TER.. INARCH 18.
Official Paper of the Utrv
Tbe Ozark & Cherokee Central rail-
road baa been transferred to the Frisco
System including tbe Dexter route to
Tbe conscientious independent
voter baa been and is the Balva
tion of the American government.
To him is due tbe swaying of
elections from brutal majorities to
a safe conservative working force.
Tbe political landslide is never
brought about through tbe strict
Tbe town of Vinita has never in
its history had an abler or more
active set of municipal officers
than the present one. The com
mercial and all other interests are
quite safe in tbe bands of these
men. Yet from one certain quar-
there has been constant criticism.
AT LAND OFFICE.
Number Filed Yesterday 77
Cards Issued 6085
Total No. Filed up to and In-
cluding Tueaday Men. 17 3637
Tbe number of substantial citi-
zens in proportion to tbe whole
population is greater in Vinita
han perhaps in any other city in
the territory and tbe secret is
4heir absolute independence in tbe
matter of politics. There are more
men in Vinita who don't care a
hooter what a man's politics is so
long as he is a reliable man than
in nearly any other place of tbe
fizoofit. - '
Last year Ibe rump faction of
the democratic party in Vinita de-
clared the enly way to get candi.
dates in the field in an election
was the primary election. The
disaster that overtook them last
jpring-was of some use it seems
inasmuch aatbe primsry has been
abandoned and the convention in.
ptaiied in Hb place. The number
of good citizens who will iollow
thette partisans to defeat ia dimin-
iLtd even from IbM year.
The necessity for paved streets
Is manifest to every observant
citizen in Vinita. r Tbe con-
slant heavy traffic on the streeisis
too much for dirt roads. It is a
great item of expense but the
city would as well get ready to
meet it. It will prove to be a
matter of economy to do It right
at thestart. Sewerage will also have
to be provided and it should not
be neglected as the health ot the
community is largely dependent
TURN ON THE LIGHT.
Tbe power and authority vested
in a grand jury is very imperfect
ly known or appreciated in the
Indian territory and perhaps
throughout the country. It is
really a body above the court it
self and is not subject to tbe dicta-
tion of the prosecuting attorney or
even the judge on tbe bench. In
Minneapolis not loeg ago in tbe
investigation of the boodlers of
of that city when the prosecuting
attorney attempted to shut off the
investigation the foreman of the
grand jury ordered him from the
room and proceeded with the in
vestigation which resulted in the
conviction of a number of tbe of-
fenders and the exile ot the mayor
who is even now a fugitive from
justicd. The scope and purposes
of the grand jury are imperfectly
understood by our citizens as a
whole but the wisdom and efficacy
of the grand jury system is com-
ing more and more to be appre-
ciated. There are a certain class
of crimes committed in which it
seems well nigh impossible to
reach tbe offenders and tbey go
tmwhipped of justice and the body
politic stands helpless. Not long
ago some deputy marshals went
out from Vinita and in seeking tbe
arrest of an alleged borse thief
shot to death an innocent and un-
armed citizen who happened to be
Htonninc at the same place. So
rr 4 o
far as any one seems to know tbe
boy that was killed never commit
ted a crime io all his life and bad
never been even accused of crime.
The friends ana relatives of tbe
slain are tbusfar unable to get tbe
matter before a grand jury. If
these officers were justifiable in
what they did and that ia not im
probable that matter should have
the calcium light of the grand
jury thrown on it.
The Dawes commission is quite
an expensive luxury to the nation
at large TheSouth McAlester
News has figured up thejexpenses
of that body for the past year at
$278975.43. This includes salar.
ies of commissions $20000. Sal-
aries ot employes $182965.42.
Subsistence of the employees 'en.
gaged infield work (20689.56.
One day last week one of tbe
Canadian Valley girls cooked din-
ner for ten men and after washing
her dishes attended school that
afternoon. Notwithstanding eucb
occrrances as.this some folk back i
East wonder whether Oklahoma'
is ready for statehood. Times'
So Sweet and Plaasnlg In Taste! '
Mrs. C. Peter 6a5 Lak St. Tope-
ka Kan. speaking of Ballard's Hor-
hound Syrup; says; "It has never failed
to give eutire satisfaction and of all
cough remedies it is my favorite and !
must confess to my many friends that it
will do end has done what is claimed
for it to speedily cure a cough or a
cough or a cold; and It is so sweet and
pleasing in taste." a5c 5OC and $1 bot-
tle at People's drng store dw
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time if neglected is
liable to cause pneumonia which is so
oftenjatal and even when the patient
has recovered the lungs are weakened
making them peculiarly susceptible to
the development of consumption. Foley's
Honey and Tar will stop the cough heal
and strengthen "the lungsh nd prevent
pneumonia. Sold by Shanahaa &
Get permanent photo-
graphs at FOWLER'S.
A DoUlaar Hilt. '
It should be remembered in cooking
fresh vegetables that a high degree of
neat continued witiiout intermission
until the vegetable is cooked produces
tne best result. If vegetables are to be
boiled see that the water in which they
are placed is actually boiling' and is
kept at that temperature until the veg
etable is tender. If the water needs
replenishing use boiling water add-'
ing no more than is absolutely neces-
sary. X. y. Sun.
Hk Cakes for Dessert.
Take a pint of boiled rice and wash
ia a bowl till smooth. Mix with it
two well-beaten eggs a pint of salt
a Dint of sour milk half a teasnnnn.
f ul of soda dissolved in a few drops
of water and sufficient flour for &
batter. 1'rv on a hot criddlp. hut.
ter when hot and sift sugar over
them. A dust of nowdered
with the sugar is a good flavoring
for the rice cakes. Serve immedi-
ately. Detroit Free Press.
The MornJagr After.
"Ira! Get up!" Mrs. Gayman called
shaking her sleepy husband. "If you're
going down town with Asa you'll have
to hurry. Asa's up."
"Aces up?" replied Gayman sleepily.
"You win the money. I neTer did have
any luck." Philadelphia Press.
. I'mly ureat Mind.
Fudge There goes a man with a
Judge He don't look it. In what
"lie minds his own business and
that's a great mind." Baltimore Her
R. B. Time Table
AVjsourl Kansas an4
Trlu 1. Pmin per 4:13 a m
TraloS. riyrr. 9:4m
Train X. pnainnger I it p tn
Trulaul UmmI I:t0pn
rralo 2 Ps..tfr 12:19 an
rralni. Flyer -M a ID
Truln 4. Pa(iiiri)ter 11:04 a tc
Tram 6". L.H!al ... . .. ..1 I'M am
Zeno Grocery Co.
i is on ii
Chas. E. Hagerty
With Joseph P. Scott.
Pottoffice Box a64 Vinita I. T.
Allotment Located Lot Staked
and Grades Given. Special Attention
Given to Kouodary Dispute. Mapa
and Blue Print Made at Reasonable
S. A. Cobb J. P. Walker C. E.
Jun. Am. Soc. C. E.
Cobb & Walker
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Vith F. L4BorckhalUr .
D'i a (jeoeral engineering business
In all parts of the Territory. Work
fullv jfuaranieed Offices Muskogee
I. T.. Vinita. 1. T. Correspondence
a ui. . f?.nrv T.lniL Travarala tka
Btatea and Territories ot
TtXMM AMO riCt
Bsdueed rates la edect all tbe rear M
The FrfMO System operates wfde-vewlbulal
lectrie-llfrbtad trains. All cafe car and dining
fcal U under the msnaeeateni e Frt4 Harrey. .
Tim ot trails M
VISITA. GOISO WEST
r ruin 407 FtMenger ..11 OS pre
Trsla Ueteor 1:17 a n
Train 441 Local i IM a m
408 Paftseni-er 4:M p m
Praia 410. World's Fair Special 12:41 am
Train 440. Local l:(am
' For detailed Information In regard to
train service rates etc. apply to
J. O. LOVERN
District Passenger Agent. JopUo. Mo
ire the most fatal of all dl
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best lor
Kidney and Bladier troubles.
PRICE 50c aoi $1.00.
At Popleg Drug S4or.
fT Twill he worth your while to
I I huy your f reh meats and met
of all kinds from u. We fll-
your order promptly and hae every-
thing you can ca'l for in a flrt-class
meat market. Fre9h Groceries all
w-iya on band.
Fraz?e Hardware and
Coffins Caskets and Fun.
F CRUTCHF1ELD Embalmer.
Brinson & Patterson
Opp. Presbyterian Church.
. C!ass Picture and
Wis hav a t? g stock of Wall aper. lat-
est htt'rs s!Yle. On requ.st w;lll
all !ih a-oiles. Weealltor and de-
liver p tef.ii. Kor painting psprr-
hanf'i'it aiJ 1erorstlng wo aro had-
qnait". Woo uard Paintinrj
: 1 Dec. Co.
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