The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 135, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 18, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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T'ILD EOGS TOUGH CUSTOMERS. To the
toslhrrn Coloriido Iln Some That
ITnLe 'J'lilr.n Wnrm for the
' I niultlatrd Hunter.
The niofct important rule to be ob-
served by the man who hunts wild
hogs in southern Colorado is to be near
h tree otherwise his first hunt muy tie
his last. A northern man who went
after these southwestern hogs was in
clined to Jnnpli at the warnings of his
Yuma Indian guides but his experi-
ence as reported in the Washington
Post proves that the animals fairly
ache to give the hunter all the sport
he yvants. . .'
"When The hunters came upon a
drove Tite one of the Yuma guides
told the sportsman to get his rifle
..ready and take his stand near a thick-
spreading tree with some low-hanging
limbs. He and Paul the second Indian
stepped off to the sides each standing
beside a sapling. Then tbey sent the
dogs into the underbrush and awaited
"Presently the dogs broke out of the
' underbrush and made away as if they
had important business at the other
end of the counly. Closely behind tne
dogs came a big boar foam dripping
from his great tusks and covered with
the Mood of a slauirhterecl dog. me
fired hitting him souarely in the head;
but the boar onlyVunted with rage
"The miide dropped his eun and
swuntr up his sapling without delay.
The boar came on full tilt and struck
the little tree fair with his forehead
The blow nearly shook the guide off.
After two or three attempts to butt
down the tree the boar began work
about three feet from its foot digging
up the ground until he struck a root
then bitine it with his razor-nice teetn.
The hunter then thought it time to ake
a hand. With his rifle over his shoulder
he scrambled up into his'tree and get
ting a good' sight at the boar he fired
but did not briner the animal down. It
took seven shots to do that.
"After the bisr boar had been dis'
posed of Tite and the hjinter thought
of Paul. He was concealed by intervene
ing underbrush but they could hear
his rifle popping. Then the rifle-shota
. suddenly stopped and they heard only
snarls and grunts. When they got
where they had a clear view they saw
an exciting spectacle.
"All the drove except the big boar
had broken through the brush near
where Paul was standing. He prompt-
ly 'shinned' his sapling and there he
was besieged some of the hogs butt-
ing the tree others vigorously under
mining it. He had made good use of his
rifle but he had started out with only
half a dozen cartridges and there were
more hogs than cartridges. If he had
been alone he certainly would have lost
his life for the hogs would either have
brought down the tree or waited till
hunger and exhaustion hod forced him
to loope his grip. Once out of the tree
he would have been torn to pieces in a
"Tite and the sportsman climbed two
trees where they had a elar range and
opened fire. They had plenty of am-
munition and of course there could
be but one issue. But not one of the
hogs there were-19 ran away. Every
one was killed while raging and foam-
ing' and fighting at the foot of one of
the trees in which the men were
perched. When they looked over their
cartridge-belts they found it had taken
more than 50 bullets to dispose of the
drove. Let all three men were ac-
counted good shots."
Monrr of the Market la Not for the
' ' Man Who Ha Merely a
' ' Theory.
The fortunes have been made Will
Payne tells readers of Century in "The
Chicago Board of Trade" not by men
who entered the market with a precon-
ceived theoy as to its course which
" they attempted to make good through
thick nd thin but rather1 by .those
who took things as they came watch-
ing the drift shaping their way from
day to day like prudent merchants
according to the current.
This is confusing to the novice for
the novice always comes in with a pre-
conceived theory. Sftme time ago a
young man with a large hope a mod-
erate fortune and considerable social
prestige was shown the enormouspos-
n'bilities in December pork. It looked
absolutely convincing; but he called
upon a great packer with w hom he had
a personal acquaintance. Yes the
packer thought very well of pork was
buying it in fact. Thus doubly as-
sured the young man bought. The
market went his way and he bought
more. Then the market turned. .The
young man reviewed the convincing1
statistics remembered the word of
the packer and stood stubbornly upon
his line. When he was getingnear to
the end of bis margins he was horrified
to learn that hi friend the packer
had shifted to the other side of the
market two weeks before. He visited
him recalled the conversation and ex-
plained the tituation. The packer
stared. "Do you meanthat you've been
holding 2500 barrels of pork all this
time?" he demanded. "Yes" said the
young man; "acd'I have it yet. Now
what can I d with it?" "I don't
know said the packer "unless you
can eat it."
Democrats of the City of
We the executive committee of
the democratic party of the city of
Vinita hereby call mast contentious
Jo each ward of the city of Vinita to
meet In each ward at 8 o'clock p. o.
on the 30U day of March 190."t for
the purpose of selecting candidates
for two aldermen from such ward and
electing oae member of the Executive
Committee and five delegate from
such ward which iee gates shall meet
In general convention at 8 o'ciocK p
m March 31 1003' t' nominate ;
and elect a chairman of the executlv
committee and confirm the selection
of candidates for aldermen made by
the ward conventions. Places for
holdine the ward conventions to tie
announced later by this committee
F. S. E. Amos
' W. P. Farley
Wm. P. Thompson
We acknowledge a little lateness in receiving our White Shirt Waists but
we believe that those who inspect them will be satisfied that though last we
are not least either in quality or style but are when it comes to PRICE.
England's Costly Nary.
The navy which gives England the
supremacy of the seas costs $155000-
000 a year or a little more tnan tne
United States paya a year ia pea
ions. N. Y. Sun.
Cough Settled on Her Lungs
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her. lungs" says N
Jackson ofjDanville 111. ".We triedja
great many remedies. without relief un
til we gave her Foley'sJHoney and Tar
Sold by Shanahan & Mitchell. dw
Pneumonia Follows a Col
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough
heals and strengthens the lungs and af-
fords perfect security from an attack of
pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. Sold
by Shanahan & Mitchell.- &
Raw or Inflamed Lungs
Yield quickly to the wonderful cura
tive and healing qualities of (Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneumonia
and consumption from ahard cold set
tied on the lungs. Sold byJShanahan &
Residence property In north partjof
Viuita two blocks out; four lots.three
hundred and ninety feet east front;
well Improved nice twelve-room house
barn and other outbuildings; cistern
two wells.!DleDt.y of shade and fruit
trees grapes and berries. Title guar
anteed. Enquire here. dw tf
It Saved His Leg
P AJDanforth of LaGrange.J Ga.f suf
fered for six months with a frightf nl
running sore on his lee; but writes that
Buehlen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it
in five days. For ulcers wounds piles
it's the best salve in the world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by Peo
ple's drug btore. dw
TueCu.eftalu office Is tne place tg
purchase bills of sale.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid
neys ana waaaer rignt. contains
nothing injurious. Sold by .Shanahan
& Mitchell. dw
FOR SALE Soda fountain good
marble by S. J. Burns. dw tf
A Phvslclan Writes.
'I am desirous of knowing if the proa
fessioa can obtain Herbine in bulk foo
prescribing purposes? It has been of
great nse to me in treating cases of dys
pepsia brought on by excesses or over
work. I have never known it to fail in
restoring the organs affected to their
healthful activity." 5oc bottle at Peo-
The Most Direct
Route from either north
or south to the Famous
Health R e s ort and
is via the
37 Styles 37
From Which to Choose
Elegant Patterns in Embroidered Swiss Beautiful Designs in Swiss Em-
broidery Delightful Creations in Mercerized Madras Hearts'
Desires in Silk Grenadine (in Black and Colors) -Gems
in White Lawn .
The Very Latest Creations
for Season of 1903 Prices
75c to $8.48
Knowing the desire of many ladies to have
Special Designs of their own we have se-
cured a choice line that will not be dupli-
cated in Vinita after garment shown is "dis-
posed of without the consent of the pur-
chaser. In this way exclusive designs may
The Leader in
Spring and Sum-
mer Dress Goods
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
SEEING THINGS PROPERLY IS '
Of THE GREATEST IMPORTANCE
Defective or Failing Vision SMSt cESefco?
rectly fitted when these defects are due to Refractive Errors in
the Optical condition of the eye.
I am prepared to test your vision and fit you with the proper glasses so that your eyes if de-
fective from Errors of Refraction will again be restored to the Optical condition of one that is per-
fect. Should the services of an Oculist or Physician be required I will frankly tell ypu so. '
Solid Nickel Frame Spectacles $1.00
Solid Gold Frame Spectacles $5.00 r
South Wilson Street.
Jeweler and Optician.
f How She Worked Him.
Wife You wouldn't want me to
"bave a a FPcrct thnt you d-d:Jn't
know anything about would yon
Husband (suspicions) Xo of
"Will I b-have one arid I s-suppofe
I oupat to tfll you but"
(Ilaru'ly) "Uo (.n. Till me the
"I I bine a wrt lonsinjr for a
new s:aKl.:n sack dear." Chicago
this delightful resort furnished
upon appication to
Passenger Traffic Department
(Firet Published February 18 1305.)
In the United StuU-s Court for toe Northern
District of the Indian Tcrrtory sitting at
Lula llowspr Plaintiff J
vs. JSo. VA9
Ell. Howsir Defendant !
The drfen'lBnt I'l. Howsi-r. to Rjiprsr in
tills Court wit Lin thirl ? dys and answer
the eompia'nt f the p'H "ri it. I."' Hawser.
U) .. A. DA VIl'si N. Clerk.
John R. 7 jrner. Atnirrnej fir Piini:ff.
S. F. Kir vs. it j. for no-rc:lnt D'-ft.
TLU reb. 17. im. - wtf
' Tragedy Averted
"Just in the nick of time our little
fcoy wa saved" writes Mrs. W Watkins
of Pleasant City Ohio. "Pneumonia had
played sad havoc with him and a terrible
cough set in besides. Doctors treated
him but he grew worse every day. At
lensrth we tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption and our darling
was saved. He's now sound and. well.''
Everybody ought to kuow it's the only
sure cure for ccughs colds and all lung
diseases. Guaranteed by People's drug
ore. Trice 50c and f i. Trial bottles
What's In a Name
Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E C De-
Witt & Co of Chicago discovered some
years ago how to make a salve from
Witch Hazel that is a specific for Tiles.
For blind bleeding itching andjpro-
truding piles eczemacutsburnsbf aises
and all skin diseases De Wilt's Salve has
no equal. This has given rise to num-
erous worthless counterfeits. Ask for
DeWitt's the genuine. A W Tore
man. ' flw
Cure Culdst Prot Pneumonia
For saf at TrHr'e's Drug tore.
A Remarkable Case.'
One of the most remarkable cases of a
cold deep seated on the lungs causing
pneumonia is that' of Mrs. Gertrude E
Fenner Marion Ind. who was entirely
cured by the use of One Minute Cough
Cure. She says: "The coughing and
straining so weakened me that I run
down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds.
I tried a number of remedies to no avail
until I used One Minute Cough Cure.
Four bottles of this wonderful remedy
curedjme entirely of the cough.strength-
ened ray lungs and restored roe to my
ncrmal "weight health and strength."
The Stomach Is the Man.
A weak stomach weakens the man be-
cause it cannot transform the food he
eats- into nourishment.- Health and
itieagtb cannot be restored to any( sick
man or weak woman without restoring
health andjstrength to the stomach. A
weak stomach cannot digest enough
food to feed the tissues and revive the
tired and run dowc limUand an dor-
pans of the body. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure c!eanes purifies sweetens and
Urtngbtens the glands and membranes
of the stomach and cures indigestion
dyspepsia sud all stomach trouble. A
W IVr -.an. d'-
Im grippe coughs yield quickly to the
wonderful curative qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. There is nothing else
"just as good." Sold by ShanaLah ti
Finley's Barber Shop.
r jQ We have put In an'sd'tion
Vi al chair and now have four
Tl chairs in operation enabling
r ns to give better service.
You don't have to wait
T. FINXEY Proprietor.
Fine Juicy Steaks
Home Made Sausage
Beef and Pork Roasts
Game in Season
Your order promptly
taken care of
Vinita Meat Market.
MaWfc Kidney nil Biaddoi- Bight
For tale at Ptople's Tr 5 tore.
JOIN THU CROWD.
The New Northwest is increns;ng from
immigration by 200000 people yearly.
This region offers a field ior 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 wooW
business and for farming Jby. irrigation.
The industrial expansion that is riow
the basis of wealth in the East will be
repeated in the Northwest. Give some
thought toward a home in Nebraska or
Minnesota the Dakotas Montana North
eastern Wyoming fNorthern Idaho
Washington the Puget Sound and Col-
umbia River region.
Northwest-Train to Take.
"1 r t Burlington-Northern Pacific Ex-
press' is the only through train into the
Northwest territory in connection with
the Northern Pacific Railroad. Through
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.
You cau reach the Northwest either via
Kansas City St. Joseph or Denver by
the Burlington Route.
To 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 Railroads
at St. Paul or the undersigned.
t. J. BRICKER T. P. A. 823 Main St.
Kansas City Mo.
L.W.tv'AKELEY G. P. A. St. touts.
F. C. SHARON S.W.P.A. 823 Main St.
Kansas City Mo.
(Mellette St Smith. )t
Rooms 1. 2 and 3 P. O. Building. J
Vinita I. 7
DR. L. BAGBY .
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEOr
Office in New Ratcliff Building. Tel
phone 101. Vinita Ind. Ter. J
TAMES S. DAVENPORT !
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 9 and 10 New Halsell Building
Vinita. I. T )
Davenport & Hall Attorneys at Lav
Bank Building Claremore I T
! m i
ATTORNEY AT LAV
And Notary Public. Office in new Ha
sell building Vinita I. T. Will practic
in all the United States courts of the I. T
CHAS. W. DAY D. D. S. i
Sold Crown and Bridge Work a Special
y. Office over F'rot National Bank
- VINITA. L T.
J. WYCRAIQ H. D..
Physician and Surgeon
Office upstairs over Cherokee National
Bant riione zbu.
VINITA IND. TER.-
l ssue o
Gold - II
SUver .'. 1
Lead ... v 1
Gold and silver.-. . .... 1
Gold Silver and Lead 2 r
Gold Silver and Copper . 2
Zinc - ; 1 5c
Charges Must Accompany Simples.
Muskogee Ind. Ter.
l in f;
Joe Davis' Barber 5hoplood-
I have just furnished my shop j"1
with nw up-to-date furni- Deu 068
ture tad have refitted the bath ltort
rooms making of this shop .he Cou
one of the finest in the Indian adopted
Territory. Call and see us. j6 onjy
JOE DAVIS Proprietor118 ad
South of P. O. Opp. Golden Rule f court
HELPFUL Some newspapers prin!ten dec'
matter to fill up spac 8 does D
reading jsasa-V" b
give helpful reading. Thousands w
testify to its helpfulness to them. A
THE FARMERS' he!
of farming written by college profes
pnd others np north on the conditio
that don't fu Texas. ' It U the actual
perience of farmers bere at borne w
have turned over the soil. '
the aim of the Semi-Weekiy NswsVuiita at
r all b
168 Of CI
18 our el:
id in aa i
d to fee
SPEQ AL Hy. tia"n
OFFER. vouXuld Ue! It Uhe'J .
ful to the best interests of jour town The adoj
country. For f 1.50 cash tn advance i
will mail you The Weekly Chieftain r r8 lne r
and the Galveston nr The Dallas 8e" :s to'i'p
pers stop when yo'nr time is out.
FOWLER'S for perm
toptthtcoughand heats lw
Pi r le at People's Drug Purt
i the fu!
1 that It
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