The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 288, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Recorded in the Offlo of ilia Clerk oi
the Second Recording: Districts
Vinita Indian Territory.
r.hprnkfip. Girl Said to Have
W" VI W'-ww
Been Forced to Needless
A si range rule was put in force
Tuesday at the Cherokee land office at
Tahlequah which tlie following will
Augusta Blevins applied for her al-
lotment and the card on which she
was enrolled was made in December
1000 at which time she appeared to
be fourteen years old but she was
taken before Bruce C. Jones who
ordered her to go to Muskogee to give
testimony concerning her age before
lie would permit her to file. She went
tn MusboL'ee with her witnesses to
Drove her age and upon arrival there.
the Commission apparently knew
tmthinc of such an order. This was
the first case of the kind and the tea-
- tlmony v.-&3 taken since the girl was
aiready at Muskogee but the Com
mission will it is believed put a stop
r.n i !Ph fnllv. now that the full im
part of Jones' ruling is understood.
What is strange about the case is
that when the mother applied for her
land the girl was nearly of age and
the mother asked the Commission to
permit the girl to file for herself after
she reached the age of 18 years which
sheldid July 4 1904. Trie mother after
wards asked to be allowed to file for
the girl but was not permitted to do
so because the girl was of age and a
separate ticket was furnished her for
Augusta Blevins in this instance
being a poor girl was compelled to re-
main four days longer than was nec-
essary on expenses and had to go to
Muskogee and take a witness with
her at an expense of fifteen dollars or
more on account of this apparently
frivolous idea of Mr. Jones. It ap-
pears that this order did not come
from the Commission but was made
by Mr. Jones of his own volition.
This class of testimony is usually
taken at the land oftice. The aplli-
cant or allottee goes before a law
clerk and makes oath as to age and
that ends it. In this instance the
testimony could have been taken be-
fore a law clerk at the land ofllce in
ten minutes and that would have
ended it were it not for the unwind-
ing of red tape.
It Is the duty of the Conimissitm to
fcee that this needless expense to
Cherokee allottees is stopped at once.
Don and Walk Mitchell to Samuel
liidifler wj nw-swi and ej nw-sw-sw
and wj ne-ne-swl sec 28 tp 27 r 23 e:
F J Smiley and Curtis and Alta M
Pettibone to Bruno GratTunder lot 11
blk tu Vinita; Jim
Edward Webber to Aaron Webber
nj sei sec 9 tp 27 r 18; :i(0.
Jonas Kagsdale to Fred Dubois se
nei sec 8 tp 24 r 23 and ne-ne-sei sec
8 tp24 r23; $15.).
Ellis and Rebecca Webber to Aaron
Webber si sel sec 9 tp 27 r 13: $400
The Big Tent Show.
Tonight the Nye Company will pro-
duce the celebrated p!ay "Diamond
Dick" full of sensational climaxes and
strong comedy scenes. The prices are
the same 10 cents for children and 25
cents for adults including the best
seats. The moving pictures tonight
will consist of the great pictures from
Lewis Morrison's "Faust" and Buffalo
Bill's Wild West Souvenirs will be
awarded again tonight. The concert
last night showed the moving pictures
of Barnum & Bailey's circus and Ni-
agara Falls and was pronounced by
many to be the finest pictures ever
Special coach excursion to Kansas
City and return. Fare from Vinita
8.10 round trip. On sale Sept. (i813
1.) 20 22 27 and 2! 1904. Good to re-
turn 7 days following date of sale.
II. A. FAirrnrxo Ag't.
A number of capitalists of Steuben
tille Ohio who are Interested in the
production of oil ha ve notified their
friend J. A. Orr that in response to
his invitation they will soon visit
Vinita and later the oil fields of Indian
Every part of the mucous mem
brane the nose throat ears head and
lungs etc. are subjected to disease
and blight from neglected colds. Bal
lard's llorehound Syrup is a pleasant
and effective remedy. 25c 50c $1.00.
W. Akendrick Valley Mills Texas
writes: "I have used Ballard's Hore-
ound Syrup for coughs and throat
troubles; it is a pleasant and most ef-
fective remedy." For sale at People's
drug store. ... dw
Doctors Could Not help Her
"I had kidney trouble for years"
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner of Shel-
ton Wash. "and the doctors could
not help me. I tried Foley's Kidney
Cure and the very first dose gave me
relief and I am now cured. I cannot
say too much for Foley's Kidney Cure."
People's drug store. dw
Coach Excursion World's Fair.
Frisco will sell coach excursion
tickets to St. Louis each Tuesday and
Thursday during month of September
at rate of $9.20 for round trip. Tickets
limited seven days from date of sale.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the dis-
eased kidneys sound so they will elim-
inate the poisons from the blood. At
People's drug store. dw
Snocial West Bound
Colorado and Uta
SEASON OF 1904
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
Remarkably low rates-excellent equipment
information an1 rates address
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agent
5. E. LOWE
Traveling Tass. Agent
VISIT YOUR OLD HOME
For a week or so this fall. See your old friends: talk over
old timfs with them: tell them what vou are doing in the
r.reat Southwest and if possible induce them to come
back with you and look the ground over.
On September 0 13. 20 27
tickets will be sold ai
and October 11 round trip
ONE FARE PLUS $2.00
To nearly all Indiana and Ohio
tinations in Kentucky. Tickets
from dare of sale.
points and certain dea-
good returning 30 days
i'ull details from your nearest Rock Island
Geo. H. Lee J. 5. HcNally
Gen. Pass. Agent
T i vision Pass. Apt..
( H I A I'OV ( "lT . O.T
FTh Twice-a-Wesk Republic and
The Modern Farmer.
To trive every reader in this terri
tory all the campaign and election
news and an excellent farm journal
we will send upon receipt of twenty
cents the Twice-a-Week Republic in
eluding The Farm Visitor from now
until Hecember 1 1904 and The Mod
ern Farmer a farmer's family news-
paper from Dec. 1 1904 to Dec. 1
Tins is an unprecedented oner you
cannot afford to miss. Send 20 cents
at Once and net regularly the news of
the day the campaign the farm and
home. Be sure to address all mail to
The Republic St. Louis Mo.
Sample copies free. Where both
papers are not desired subscriptions
for either separately for the term
stated above will be accepted upon
receipt of ten cents.
Plump cheeks flushed with the sof
glow of health and a pure complexion
make all women beautiful. Take a
small dose of Herbine after each meal;
it will prevent constipation and help
digest what you have eaten. 50c. Mrs.
Wm. M. Stroud Midolthian Texas
writes May 31 1901: "We have used
Herbine in our family for eight years
and found it the bestmedicine we ever
used for constipation bilious fever and
malaria" People's drug store. w
Second class colonist fares daily
Sept. 15 to and including Oct. 151904.
San Francisco Sacramento Los An-
geles San Diego Cal. and Phoenix
Arizona and El Faso. From Vinita
5. Continuous passage from start
ing point to destination. Stop overs
will be allowed in California except at
San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Also very cheap colonist tickets on
sale to many points in the northwest
daily Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 1904.
New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
M. T. Lynch editor of the Philips-
burg N. J. Daily Post writes: "I
have used many kinds of medicines for
coughs and .colds 'in my family but
never anything so good as Foley's
Iloney and Tar. I cannot say tooj
much in Draise of it." Sold by Peo
ple's drug store. dw
load) Excursion to Kansas City.
September 11th Frisco will sell
coach excursion tickets to Kansas
City at rate of $7.(10 for round trip.
Limit seven days from date of sale.
Tickets must be executed at Kansas
City before returning for which no
fee will be charged. Joint agencies
at Union station open day and night.
W. H. Deck Agent
World' Fair Excursion.
Round trip tickets will be on sale
via M. K. and T. Ry. for all trains
arriving at St. Louis September 4 or
before noon Monday September 5
Labor Day). Round trip rate from
Vinita $7.00. Tickets good to return
within one week. See Katy's agent
and go to the great fair.
II. A. Fartiung Agt.
A good prescription
The 5-cent packet is enough for
usual occasions. The family bottle
60 cents) contains a supply for a
year. All druggists sen tnem. aw
Used for Pneumonia.
Dr. C. J. Bishop of Agnew Mich.
says: "I have used Foley's Honey and
Tar in three very severe cases of pneu-
monia with good results in every case."
Refuse substitutes. For sale at Peo-
ple's drug store. dw
Summer Tourist Rates to Galveston
On each Tuesday and Thursday the
"Katy"' will sell round trip to Galves-
ton at one and one-third fare for the
round trip. On sale during August
and September. Good to return t;0
days from date of sale. ' See us if you
want to go to Galveston.
II. A. Farthing Agt.
Notice to lake Depositions.
In the totted Stales Court for tin; Northern
District t Vinita
Lucy Buckskin. Plaintiff.
George ""ckskln Defendant.
To George Buckskin-
Vou stp hereby notified thst dryosltons of
witnesses to lie rad In evidence In tne above
entitled cause on the purl of the plalntllT
win be taken before A M Ktrden. master
In chancery. In his oflice Id Vinita. 1. .. on
the 4th day of October. 14 between the
hours of s o'cl.wk in the forenoon and 6
o'clock In the aftnerniM .i. and t hat the tak-
ing of said deposit loim If not completed on
said day will be continued from day to Wry
ut the same place and between the same
hours until completed
JOHS B. ICTXER.
Alto-ney fur Plaintiff.
First Publlihed September S. ).
(Ursl Published Sept. i. !!.)
In the United Ftates Court at Vinita. In the
Northern VM let of the I ndlan Territory.
Ediths Mallei. Plaintiff.
vs. Ho. 213
Marcus L Mullen Defendant.
The defendant. Mnrctn L Mullen. is hereby
warned to appear tn this couit within '
days and anewer thuxim pla.ot of the plain-
tiff. Kuitba Million.
Ordered at Visit this First (lay of Sept..
CHA. A. DAVIDSON f lerk..
E. B DAVIDSON Deputy.
Johs B. Turner. Attorney for Plaintiff.
S. t'. Parks Attorney for Bon-relient Defendant
Z I MSSALlf. I rz
Z1NE; PRICE be
PATTERNS ARE READY
SALE AT OUR PATTERN
ALSO Mi CALL'S MAGA-
Sugar 17 lbs. 1.00
Fresh Vegetables Fresh
Fruits all kinds of Coun-
try Produce. Try our .
II. and K. Coffee
mornings. It will brace
you up. Kansas Seal and
Premium Flour good for
cakes and light bread.
Cox. Bros. Old Stand.
Phone 73 Prompt Dclivdrv
m.wgj wssgfmj-x 3Lia a-;g
To announce that we will now
close out all refrigerators ice
cream freezers gasoline and
oil stoves and hammocks at
WANTED Mes to learn barber trade.
Short tlma completes. Can nearly earn ex
penses betore nmsnmt. oreriai nouce-
ments to distant appln snts. Write forcata-
lofcue. Molor Barber College. St. Louis Mo.
FOR RENT---rootn house on South Wil-
son at. handy to tusin-ss section: $7 a
month. See M. K. Mtlford. !M-if
FOR KENT Tne house vacated by Mr.
Pherer weft of Juris Ktanfl-ld home is for
rent or sal. LRrse lot fruit tree water
etc. Call upon P. C. Berkland.
j. vv. CRAia n. d..
Physician and Surgeon
Office upstairs over Cherokee National
liank. Phone 2i9
d Vinita Ind. Ter.
This extraordinary opportunity
lasts only one more week.
Remember that we give rebate
checks with each cash purchase
Our prices cant be beat. Come
and see for yourself.
VINITA HARDWARE CO.
Successors to Darrougl; Hardware Co.
3 I letter 1.
W. B. McDaniel. M. D.
Bl( Cabin las. Ter.
Physician and Surgeon.
TAMES S. DAVKNPOIiT
Rooms 9 and 10 new Haisell building
Vinita I. T.
Davenport Si Hall. Attonieys-at-Law
d Bank blajr Claremore. 1. T.
(Mellette & Smith)
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
Rooms 12 and 3 posfoffice building
d Vinita. Ind. Ter
Crur.LES vr. pay .. n. s.
Oold trcTtrt an i-:Uln work a peci&I
tv. !1 c orer Ki'f Nairn! I ' ".
t ....LIGHT UP....:
The very Latest in Electric Lighting Meridian
Lamps White Light High Candle Power Low
j press ni
; fore the
P lias eve i
r from pr
i ny t lie i
'lie at tor
4 pended ft
fit the c
....See it in Cherokee National Bank Window..
R. L. 15AGBY
Office in new KatcliflVA'. Tlmne 101
Vinita I. T.
only eiclusife Te ear and nose
sper-islist in Territory
Kres frnt"1nd ftev prcier'v fitted
( will b sii
i harnient c
t It will a
WIIJSON. ien f
OSTEOPATH; a comply
iiuiis or i;
Oft'.ct at residence: t'onjrregationa' ihisleudso
l'arsonape. Vinita Word. circ
Wecure lilirnmat im. Coast Ipat ic "uu-
PaiAhsiH. Malnria. liiltes d sn Ut will n
of the f.ye I.xuk. lieirt Stomsrt 3mjtie(j
Kidneva. etc. I!sa-. of women; iVsjon to
ase ( f t e R:.h1 aini Nrtiu:s " ' . .
I'. i e ' t fr.
4 a u in $'Hn
rVr iAUwj-o wX
4 Offer t ftri:;c:t.
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 288, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1904, newspaper, September 8, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774604/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.