Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 267, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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V1NITA OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1907
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Three Negroes are Shot and One
Slashed in Muskogee Yester-
Muskogee Sept ID-Sam Wiley a
negro was shot through thebody about
4 p. m yesterday by Wm. Grim-
mett another negro In a gambling
row which occurred in the negro Uno
joint' on north Second street opposite
the court house. A quarrel started
over gambling and Grimmett finally
drew his gun wounding the other.
Both men were at once arrested by
the police. Wiley's wound Is serious
but he will recover.
Frank Mayes a negro restaurant
keeper yesterday shot Pear Davis and
Allen White negroes. Davis and
White had had dinner with Mayes
and afterwards an argument arose
over the price of the meal the
men objecting to the price. Mayes
grabbed a revolver of 38 calibre and
took a shot at each one of the men
the bullets' strimng Allen and White
in the left leg. The men were not se-
riously wounded and will recover.
i' Mayes was released.
Because a negro called him a very
insulting name and then tried to bite
a chunk out of his arm Charles E.
Smith a waiter at the Walhalla laid
the side of the negro's head open with
the back of a bread knife and clipped
the top of his ear off yesterdar after-
noon. Smith was at work chopping
celery when the trouble arose with
the negro. Sutton attacked Smith
and sank his teeth into the white
man's arm. Smith reached for the
bread knife and with the back of it
struck his assailant a terrific blow on
the side of the head. His face stream-
ing with blood Sutton rushed into
the street and hunted up Capt. Ed.
Thayer asking him to arrest Smith.
Both were arrested and Smith wes
released on bond.
MON RLVER5T0NE '
Recently Elevated to the English
If you should talk about Baron A 1-
verstone in this country it is quite
likely that few would know the man
that was meant. Formerly and bet-
ter known than Baron Alverstone he
was Sir Richard Webster Lord Chief
Justice of England. When this emi-
nent jurist was counsel for Mrs. May-
brick in 1880 he madd a hard fight to
get this woman out of an English
law's clutch. Persistent in his be-
lief that she was innocent of the
charge of poisoning her husband he
has many thousands of friends in
America. The same thing can be
said for "The Irish Senator" which
had a run of 233 nights at the Strand
Theatre London before being pro-
duced in this country that it has
made thousands of firm friends in
America during its tour here. It will
be seen in this city before many days
( and "Wise is the man who knows
' what is best worth knowing and does
what is best worth doing."
CARRIE NATION GETS
PINCHED AT WASHINGTON
Washington SeDt. 19.-Mrs. Carrie
Nation was arrested yesterday and
locked up to answer to the charge
in police court today of disorderly
conduct. Mrs. Nation refused when
requested by an officer to stop lectur-
ing to 200 men from the step3 of the
' postofflce department-!
Reports from White Oak precinct
. indicate that the constitution was de-
feated in that precinct by a vote of
53 and prohibition by OS. White Oak
precinct is composed largely of negroes
aud.the vote showsthe class of people
who' opposed . the constitution and
Marshall Stevens is seeing the Chel-
sea fair today.
Topeka Kans. Sept. 10-11. H. Huff-
man a telephone cable splicer for the
Independent Telephone company
while at work at the top of a pole yes-
terday received a heavy shock from
electricity and his hands were burned
oil tg the wrists. He fell from the
poll and may die.)
Craig County Election"Returns.
Complete returns from all the pre-
cincts in Craig county give the candi-
dates on the Democratic ticket the
Shelton.... ..' 102
Christian .' ..226
For County Commissioner-
for the Constitution
Against Inhibition 5
K. D FICKLIN
First Treasurer of Craig County and
the man who led the Democratic ticket
Curiosities in Divorce.
Some curious facts appear from an
International table of divorce statistics
that has been published in Paris.
From this it appears that the little
cosmopolis known as Switzerland is
pro rata most prolific in divorce the
numbers being 40 per thousand mar-
riages. France follows with 21 and
Germany comes next with 17 per
thousand. In France divorces have
Brown fiom 1879 in 1S84 to 14092 in
1904. It also appears that nearly twice
as many women are divorced as men
on the ground of misconduct not that
men are more virtuous but that they
have more opportunities of conceal-
ment and women are readier to forgive.
India's Sacred Trees.
There are many sacred trees of
India which enter largely into the re-
ligious life of the Hindoos. Chief
among these is the sami tree and the
trembling peepul. Nearly all the
higher hills and rocks in the plains
are crowned each by 4 temple shrine
or sacred tree. The peepul is known
as the king of trees. It 13 the most
holy and the three great spirits of
the Hindoos dwell therein. The wor-
ship of the tree is the worship of the
triad Brahma Siva and Vishnu. Al-
most every Indian Tillage has its pee-
pul tree with a raised platform or al-
tar around it. The devout remove
their shoes before it and make obei-
sance before proceeding on their way.
"This Is one of our greatest show
places" said the man who was show-
ing a friend about hi3 town. "Why it's
only a vacant lot!" replied the friend.
"Sure; but that's where the circus al-
ways shows when it comes to town."
Yonkers Statesman. ..
Guthrie. Okla. Sept 1!). Final cor
rected census figures give Oklahoma
Territory 712141 an lucre so of 81
par cent since 1900 and Indian Terri-
tory 61)2001 an increase of 70.7 per
cent. The whole state has 1414012
79 per cent increase.
DkVis Hill Pres. J. E. Buffiogtoi? OsWr L. W. Buff loorj 7.-Pree.
Vinita National BanK
Capital Stocll $110000.00
(Largest in CheroK Natiorj)
Solicits Your Deposits and Your Loans
Population of Oklahoma Has In
creased Seventy-nine Per Cent
in Seven Years.
HON. JAS. S. DAVENPORT
Congressman elect fiom the Third
Congressional District "A Man of
the People" a Democrat of undaunted
courage and the man who does things.
"Jim" will be heard from after he
SEES MISSOURI "DRY" STATE
The Prediction of Senator Peck of
Sb. Louis SeDt. 19. Missouri saloons
are doomed according to Senator Jo-
siah Peck of Atchison county who is
in St. Louis. In the recent session of
the legislature Senator Peck intro-
duced a resolution providing for the
submission of the liquor question to
the voters. It was defeated. He pre-
dicts the entire state will be dry in
''A majority of the members of the
next legislature will be committed to
prohibition" said Senator Peck.
"Outside of the large citins the prohi-
bition sentiment is growing. The lid-
lifters in St. Louis helped the cause
wonderfully this summer by calling
attention to the violations of the
Four of the five counties in Senator
Peck's district are "dry."
H STEADY Oil
Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole
Body Make You 111 Languid
Sick kidneys weaken the body
through the continual drainage of
life-giving albumen from the blood
into the urine and the substitution
of poisonous uric acid that goes broad-
cast through the system sowing the
seeds of disease. Loss of albumen
causes weakness languor depression.
Uric poisoning causes rheumatic pain
nervousness nausea crick in the back
gravel and kidney stones. The prop-
er treatment is a kidney treatment
and the best remedy is doan's Kidney
Pills. Great Vinita cures prove it.
J. II. Fly farmer living seven miles
northwest of Vinita Indian Territory
says: '-For several years I had been
troubled off and on with my kidneys
and back. The secretions were ir-
regular In action and there were burn-
ing sensations in passing them. Of-
ten I had to get up five or six times
during the night breiakng my rest
so that I awoke in the morning feeling
tired and unrefreshed. I had a gre.ti
deal of pain in the small of my back
which was aggravaten considerable if
I stooped or lifted anything. I heard
about Doan's Kidney Pills and pro-
cured a box at theSPeoples' drug store.
I commenced their use taking four
pills a day and I noticed an improve-
ment from the first. A continuation
of their use relieved me of their dif-
ficulty from the kidneys and cured
me of backache. I heartily recom-
mend Doan's Kidney Pills to all suf-
ferers." For sale by all dealers. Price r0
cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
Kemember the name Doans and
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