The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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67 Daily Chieftain
Vinita Official Paper
H. M MeCLIVTOCK
J F MURPHY
Official Paper of Cherokee Nation
For Pubiiahlotf Leaaes and sale of Lawk Allotted to or
Inherited by Fullblood Cherokee Indian.
THE DAILY CKlEJfTAUf
Per week by carrier.
Per month by carrier
Per year by carrier in advance
One month by mail In adranee
One year br mail. In advance
THE WEEKLY CH I Li 7 A IV
One year fly mail In advance
Hit month by mall In advance
Three month by mall In advance
VJNITA OK LA.
If where the
eiitxirlal from t
Chieftain I inser
act statement o
paper atiould be.
iltn be In
fiartleaviUe Enterprise the word
the editorial will serve as an ex-
he Chieftain's Idea of what a newa-
The daily adrarttsin dodgar aod evening tooekex
has hato heard from again. As was to have been ex-
pected. it la opposed to a high school for Davis Hill Is
opposed to the project and the dodger earafally roOeeU
the If ill opinions. The dodger asserts (bat the people
of Vioita declared in the seboei election a year ago
it At they did not care for a high school.
Without having consulted the records and being
therefore subject to correction Trie Chieftain la under
the impression that of the two men elected A.. L.
Churchill stated that he was in favor of a high school as
soon as Vmita could stand the expense while the other
gentleman T. M. Bafflngtoo received the votes of a
large number of citizens who were under the impression
that he was in favor of a high school.
A hich school could be established now without the ad-
ditional expenditure 0f one cent. Therefore The Chief-
tain thinks both Messrs Churchill and Bufflngton should
vote for a high school. Of course they lave their own
idea cn the subject but The Chieftain believes it ex-
presses the opinionof a majority of the people in its de-
mand for a high school at once. If it is not the demand
now. it will be in a few short years and The Chieftain
proposes to keep up its crusade for better schools In Vi-
nita unt" it wins. And it will win: The Chieftain is on
the side of right and progress.
For Sale at a Bargain
Three and one-half acres joi
ing the townsite; good 3-rooi
nouse Darn otner outbuilding
an go very cneap. see
J. T. RAGA
efjiJorses the nifiOHiefia principles or Kepuniicaiiism
because it believe those principles stand for the best
form of government on earth: because the history of tUs
country has been written by the Republican party for
fifty years and because the Republican party lias been
and is a party of achievement as opposed to a party with
high sounding principles in name but in fact a mere dls-
cordant aggregation of oppositionists. Bot the Enter-
prise does not endorse all those who sec fit to style them-
selves Republicans. Neither does it endorse all of the
things that are done In the name of Republicanism.
The editor of the Enterprise happened to be an Ameri-
can citizen before he was a partisan and he expects to
recognize the difference and distinction for some years
to come. Much being the case he will not hesitate to
cmdernn Republicans and Republican politics when his
Judgement tells 'ilm it is honest to do so. And in so
doing he will go right on thinking that he is rendering
his party and his government a much more valuable
service than if he blindly followed whether right or
wrong. Thl explanation Is made In order that all may
A TIMELY WORK
The .v.n'iay Dallas News is to contain a discussion of
state constitutions of the United States written with
special reference to the Oklahoma constitution. The
articles which will appear in eight success! e Sunday
issues of the News have been prepirjd by James Quayle
Iiealey a professor in Brown university and; an author-
ity on the subject. The articles should be read by all
those interested in our forthcoming constitution.
Missouri Kansas k Texas
Railway Time Card
IN THfc NORTH
THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN
NO ALL POINTS BEYOND
K. &. T. GOING SOUTH
S 1 m.. K. T. bpram
No. 3 Ueal Faontn
7:18 p. a
X. 5 . -.--.. FIT"
9:33 . B.
11:10 a. m.
11:30 . m.
12:05 p. m.
A FALSE RUMOR.
A rumor wascurrentyesterday to the efTectthat the
school board had decided to open a ninth 2grade. So far
as The Chieftain could learn however it wasjonly
rumor. A ninth grade could not be established in any
event until Mr. Ford recovers from his illness and the
school board is doing nothing in the i meantime hoping
that by the time he is again ableJ(to work the demand
for a ninth grade will have subsided.
No. 531 Loeal
Departs 1:25 p. m.
M . K a T GOING NORTH
j.Vo. 2. M. K. T. Express
( 12:11. m.
I No. 4. hoexi Passenger
0 'II- . Dl
f No. 6 Katy Flyer
i . D----.VV. I P
.n. o sasi iian
J Arrive 4:45 p. m.
$ rjeparu 5:00 p.m.
J No. 532 Loeal
Arrives x 25 p. m.
J Depans 8:00 p. m.
; M. A. FARTHINO.
Frisco Time Table.
404 8t. Uai Expreu
410 Meteor (St. Lonis
412 Eastern Express
414 Meteor (KC
407 Oklahoma Express
411 Oklahoma Express
400 Meteor (St. Urals
413 Meteor (K 0
i na a m
12 01 a m
8 10 p m
9 06 a m
206 a m
W H Dick At
be set aright
point we deslr
prise is ready t
time nor plact
It In politics ft
urdlesi of his politics. It has no
for t he schemer and fellow who
there Irs In it even though he be a
As was to have been expected the Democrats are
making a big hullabaloo about the result gin Maine.
There Is not the slightest cause for worry for a single
Republican candidate however except for one who has
been voting for the corporatlonslJinstead of the people.
Such candidates deserve to lose whatever their political
d thing but The Chieftain doesn't
(expense of the public schools.
Come in Forenoon j Mow is the Tin)? to Have
While Room'jCool Your
done before the fall rains come.
Expert Tinner in shop.
Repairing a specialty
last of R. R. Crossing
The latest stylet in up-to-date Hair
C'lil.s lit ( 'ohh lintel llarlier shop
On account of the international
convention of the Brotherhood of St.
Andrew at Memphis ( ctober 18 to 21
the I'YIsco will sell tickets to Mem-
phis and return at rate $12. Final ft
t urn limit October 31.
Put Ion BatldinK Phots 200
How isYour Watch Running?
Is it always fast or slow?
Nevery quite on time?
Watcff repairing has al
ways been a hobby with
me to do the beft work
C H. RIEDEMANN
At PtopU'i Drug Store
Any person having backache
kidney pains or bladder trouble
who will take two or three
Pine-ules upon retiring at night
shall be relieved before morning.
The medicinal virtues of the
erode gum and resins ob-
tained from the Retire Pin
hare been recognized by the medical pro-
fession for centuries. In Pine-ules we oiler
all of the rirtues of the native Pice that
are of ralue In relieving all
Kidney and Bladder Troubles
PINE-ULE MEDICINE CO. CHICAGO
For Sale by A. P. OWENS
To the Ureet Northwest
From August to October the Frisco
will sell one way second class colonist's
tickets to almost any point In the
northwest at greatly reduced rates.
For rates routing etc. see E'risco
international Association Of Fire
engineers at Dallas Tex. October I
Rate One lowest regular first class
rare pins WLXR tor round trip. Child
ren between ages of live and twelve
may be sold tickets at one-half the
adult rate. Dates or Sale Oct. fi and
7 190fl. Final limit- Twenty one (21 )
days from dat? of sale. H. A. Farth-
ng agent M. K. &T.
Wagoner County Fair
Come and See Us When You
Public Aeaaeoger Service
Office: GATEWOOD GROCERY
Wagoner I. T. will hold Its first An-
nual Fair September 20 to 20th In-
clusive. Liberal premiums are offer-
ed in all departments and erery-thing
points a most successful meeting.
In connection with the fair will be a
street fair dally balloon ascensions
and all sorts of attractions to please
the people. For further Information
S. R. Cowick Secy
Wagoner I. T.
Selling Out Sale
Fancy Room Mouldings 10c now 4ic
wane r.namei uaro or flate Kail Ue. .5c
Chair Kaii immitation oak 8c now 4e
From 2 l-2c to 50c
All 75c patternN at 50c
All 35c patterns at 20c
All Good Bargains
The Painter and Paper banger
First Door West of Umpire Block
Summer Tourists Kates by M. K. & T
From Vinitato St. Louisand return
From Vinita to Chicago and return
From Vinita to Eldorado Springs
Dates of sale daily June 1st to Sept
30th. 1906. Final limit October 31st
1906. H. A. Farthlnr
Doct o cculd not help her
had kidney trouble for years'
Mr. Retired Farmers
If you have a citizenship claim pen
ding and are not yet enrolled or have
business before the Interior Depart-
ment ...ite Immediately to William
W. Wright registered attorney Cor-
coran Building Washington D. C. !
INE SINGLE DRIVERS
C. A. RIODLE LIVERY STABLE
They Must 60 j
Our prices will sur
prise you. Call and bl
Hickman & Wasmund
STATEMENT OP THE COrtDITIOrl OF THE
International Bank & Trust Co.
At the Close of Business Sept. 4 1906.
Loans and Discounts 9126010 69
Bank Stocks and Bonds 23.384 25
Overdrafts 4479 00
Real Estate 6032 36
Furniture and Fixtures 3739 43
Cash on band 4 due from banks 7511$ 85
Other Securities 3075 60
Total $241840 1
Capital Stock fully paid 8100.000
I ndivided Prflts (net) 3122 M
subject to check $131855 59
Time and Demand
Certificates 6847 56 138703
Cash over 14
.Subscribed h sworn to bef
My commission expiresjam
Public this the stta day of Sept. 1908.
HARRY R. WARNER Notary Public.
Avery - Roberts
SEE US FOR
OFFICE IN SCOTT BUILDING
im Table Af j. Co.
Kansas City I
Wlmer'a Laxative Syrup lor
Dyspedsia heartburn sour stom
Get the Habit
Call Phone 298
and omer yi
swered at al
Feet Swollen to i mmrnae Size
I had kidney trouble so bad that
uld not work" says J.J. Cot of
Hey View hy.. r'my feet were
lien to an Immense size and I was
rom mo. Calls ai
if day or nijrht.
your liver ac-
i to you. It
Sons of Veterans
There's Work for You
All classes of labor may find steady employment in
Top-notch wages ; higher than eastern scale. Perfect climate.
Construction work possible at a season when it ceases elsewhere.
Invest $25 in a railroad ticket
On sale via Santa Fe
Every day until October 3 1
Anwias ale of
bac is uW h
R. J. Kennedy Passenger Agent
The Atchison Tope lea ft Santa Fe fty
I of mi
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McClintock, R. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1906, newspaper, September 13, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774856/m1/2/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.