The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 59, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 18, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
VOL.5. NO. 59.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 18 1902.
PRICE PER YEEII r
Will Sleep Through the Holi
days and Be Resurrected
at the Opening After
Want Delay and la Gaining
Strength Oklahoma in Fine
Position No One Qaeetiopa
Her Right To Immediate
Save for the wire pulling on the
part of the ecore or more organiza-
tions from the territories and the
parly pressure which the republi
can senate oligarchy can bring to
bear all statehood matters will rest
until after the Christmas holidays.
Senators Quay and Beveridge en
teredinto ao agreement yesterday
that Senator Dillingham's speech
would close all discussion until
When congress convenes after
the holiday recees opponents of
statehood must be prepared to take
up the discussion. It was appar-
ent yesterday that it would be im-
possible to secure a quorum of
enators the rest of the week to
hear speeches. Senator Dilling-
ham talked to empty Beats. Sena-
tor Quay wants to epend as much
time in Florida as possible during
the holidays and it was therefore
easy to patch up an agreement be-
tween the opposition forces.
Every delay in the statehood de
bate gives the opponents of the
hill an advantage. The various.
committees there from the terri
tories are thoroughly disgusted
They came to Washington under
the impression that the fight
would be over before the holiday
recess. If they return home for
the holidays now they will have
traveling expennen piled upon
them and if tney remain Washing
ton hotel bills will swell expense
accounts bavond all reasonable
The statehood fight is no nearer
solution than at the beginning of
the session. Quay has the votes
but all the advantage of parliamen-
tary position and senate organiza-
tion is with the opposition. New
Mexico and Arizona have been
If the omnibus bill fails the ter
ritories will have little hope ot
statehood for years to come. They
are derided by a part of the eaater n
pre8 and unfair comparisons are
made against them in the senate
As for Oklahoma it is in a better
position than ever before. No one
questions its right to statehood
and compliments of the new terri-
tory are heard at f7ery corner.
Whatever may haf H to the om
nbua bill Oklahr admission
to statehood in t .r future is
inevitable. Ej Speech made
in Congress or"'1 'tatehood bill
proclaims thf jsion of Okla
homa. It 11 in no way be
decided tv-'' '?feat of the omni-
S9? p paOingham'a speech
wh led the Senate for two
labored effort to prove
) utirsio lf Mexico and Arizona were
O t' for statehood and that the
inspect for a speedy change in
t conditions was remote. The view
point of the Vermont senator was
provincial. Westerners in the
galleries not identified with the
territories were not infrequently
provoked to laughter by some ot
h'S statements. Friends rf Arizona
and New ;Mxico wer indignant
V a jti submitted remarks which e.ud
things in a forcible Western ver-
caeular that would have alarmed
the New England eenalor if lie
What the Papers Say. J
Foi the tirnt tim in her history
the neuro tikes a piece beside O e
white man n the gmna jury in
Ardmore. Iwa eonn ot Ham are
on the Bait. plane with white men
parsing judgement ' "Hr ("how.
man. Wm tni why r(-eui g
AUori"v Jo'nH'in forbad tti pu Is
lication of the gran I jury li-t this
Tri Ardmorile y vry truly:
"Miiskogfe with he' great politi
cal pull inserts politic intoevmy
thine. A.meetiua '" nVtriocrts
has been called to nominate
member for her school board If
there Is any place where politics
should be omitted it is on the
school board. Elect cip)bU ma-
terial regardless of politics if you
tvmit to make a success of your
LOBSTER CLIMBS TREES.
Inland lea Capture of the East !
dia Inland Tbat Are Fond of
In the Eat I ndiun islands is found a
curious lobster uliicli climbs trees. Al-
though jt prefer a home on land It at
times feels a longing for the water
where it goes to moisten its gills; and
here th eggs are laid and the young
are raited on the coast where they
have the benefit of Rait air always
good for children. But most of their
time is ispeut inland living at the root
of trees where they have burrowed
deep hollows which they carpet lux-
uriously with fibers stripped from co-
They come out of these home at
night to climb the palm trees for al-
though it seem funny to us their
climbing is quit a scriou business to
them since it is-in this way that they
secure the cocoanuts of w hich they are
so fond and on which they live princi-
pally. To get at the content of the nut the
lobster first teare away the fiber which
covers the three "eyes." (You mutt all
have- noticed those black spots on om
end of a cocoa nut that makes it look
like the wierd face of a monkey.) It
hammer away with its claws at thesa
spots or "eyes" until a hole is made
when it extracts the" kernel by means
of its smaller pincers. Sometimes af-
ter drilling through t.h perorated
"eye" it grasps the nut in its claws and
breaks' it against a stone.
STUCK 10 HIS EYEGLASS.
Th EnglUh Diplomat Wore It Een
Whra Ho Was Capsized la
Recently a party from the embassies
at Constantinople went to Inspect the
international lifeboat service on tho
Black sea coast. At one of the life-
saving stations they thought they
would like to test the conditions of
life-bokt work so clothing themselves
in bathing costumes and cork jackets.
they each took an oar in a lifeboat to
the huge delight of the Turkish boat-
men. One of the secretaries of the British
embassy is never seen without an eye-
glass and is said even to sleep with it.
On this occasion he was faithful to his
eyeglass and solemnly embarked in a
cork jacket and eyeglass. All the prop-
er exercises were gone through aud
finally the boat was capsized and
rightedagain by its own crew. As they
crept out from under the en prized boat
a howl of surprise came from the
Turks for the secretary's head ap-
peared with the eyeglass firmly fixed
in its proper position its owner tak-
ing it as a matter of course that it
should be there.
A Cold Wave.
The forecast of sudden changes in
the weather eerves notice that a
hoarse voice and a heavy cough may
Invade tho sanctity of health iu your
owi home. Cautious people have a
bottle of One Minute Onugb Cure al-
ways at hand E. H. Wise Madison
(3a. writes: "I am indebted to One
Minute Cough Cure for my present
good health and probably my life"
It cures coughs cold lagiippe bron-
chitis pueumonla and all throat and
lung troubles. One Minute Cough
Cure cut the phlegm draws out th
ntlaramation heals and soothes the
iiuiiiMis membranes and strengthens
the lungs. A. W. Foreman. dw
ONLY A LITTLE CLIP.
Am lasrealoaa Device for IloKlaa; Pa-
yer Which Haa Beeome Yerr
could have he.ml them.
A short time ago someone put on the
market an ingenious device for hold-
ing sheets of paper together. It took
the place of the pin says the New York
Press. By "short time" is meant a
matter of some five or six years. To-
day there are more than 20 different
kinds of clips selling from 60 cents
per 1000 to 25 cents per 100 and con-
siderable capital is invested in their
manufacture. The same general prin
ciple is followed in all and it is as
sumed that each improvement is pat-
ented. Corporations have been
formed to make nothing but clips aud
competition ii lively. The . original
patentee will no doubt become a mil-
lionaire though he may moke only one
cent on each 1.000 sold. It is tin- t-int-
le dirt-cheap invention that brhurs
e Viiir returns something' so inex
pensive that all th? millions of us
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests all classes of food tones and
strengthens the stomach and diges-
tive organs. Cures dyspepsia mdl-
kifbtlou taotuacli troubles and makes
rich red blood health and strength.
Kodul rebuilds wornout tissues purl-
nee btrenghens " and sweetens the
stomach. a Gov. G. VV. Atkinson of
W. Va. says: "I h?ve used a number
of bottles of Kodol and have found It
to be a very effective and Indeed a
powerful Iremedy for sU roach ail-
ments. 1 recommend it to my friends.1'
A.. W. Foreman. d -
1 housand. Dollars' Worth of Good
A. II. Tburnes a well known coal
operator of Buffalo O. writes. "I
have been afflicted with kidney and
bladder trouble for years passing
gravel or stones with excruciating
pain. I got no relief from medicines
1 began taking Foley's Kidney Cure
then the result was surprising. A few
does started the brick dust like fine
stones and now 1 have no palo across
my kidneys and I feel like a new oiao.
It has done me at 1000 worth of good."
Sold by People's drug store. dw
me ; Ho ootiwe
Favorite Family Remedy.
Frequently accidents occur in the
household which cause burns cuts
sprains and bruises; for u-e In such
cases Ballard's bnow Liniment has
for many years been the constant
favorite family remedy. 25c. 60c and
fl at People's drug tore. dw
"yyE have recently added the Stacy Adams
& Company's Shoes to our line of Shoes
making it the most complete line of Men's
Shoes in this city. Wear Stacy Adams Shoes
and you will have the satisfaction of knowing:
that there are none better made out of leather.
Come and look over our fine footwear. You
won't find any that will please you better. Call
early before the stock is broken. We have anticipated the wants of our custo-
mers whose minds are worried over the question of a suitable Xmas gift and
we now suggest a pair of these shoes. We have a great many other things
here that suggest themselves to us and will no doubt appeal to you.
per pair . .
M e r c anti 1 e
C o m p a ii y ;
is oiremsni s
Rose's News and Book Store
Too Numerous to Mention
You will have to make us a visit to see them all. We
have a large stock of silver novelties and fancy articles
that have been carefully selected.
All new designs and will need to be seen to be ap-
preciated. We have all kinds of books and toys for the
Children. This will be Headquarters for Christmas goods.
Come and see us.
ALBUMS. BOOKS and
We also have a very big lino of cloth bound
books by the best authors from 17c to $1.25. Come
early and select the titles you want before the line
is broken. Our endeavor is to get a liberal share
of your patronage during your holiday shopping
therefore we have marked our prices down and if
fair dealing and low prices is what you are looking
for we are confident we will get your trade.
Our Motto: Sg55Sl
Rose's News and Book Store
In Raymond Building.
mum b Quuununnniunz
5 Ou v M Bagby. Pres. 2 J. O. Haix. V-Pres.
W. P. Phiiaips Cashier.
First National Bank
VINITA INDIAN TERJtlTORV
CAPITAL $100000. SURPLUS S jo 000.
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in the Cherokee Nation.
OUVERBAGBY B. F. FOR1NER E. B. FRAYSER A. L. CHVLHILL E.N.
KA rCUFF W. A. GRAHAM . O. HALL G. W. CLARK W. E. HALS ELL
Does a Safe General Banking Business.
i-ns. Shop north o!
1 rnv!'V v ?
' I ':: l- (is-..
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 59, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 18, 1902, newspaper, December 18, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774771/m1/1/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.