The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 143, Ed. 1 Monday, March 24, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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THE DAILY ? ) CHIEFTAIN.
VOL.4. NO. 143. V1NITA INDIAN TERRITOllY MONDAY EVENING MARCH 24 1902. PRICE PER WEEK 13
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BAY MARCH 25 1902
AFTERNOON AND EVENINING
You are cordially invited to attend this display dt We will have with us on that date
Mr. W. F. Mills representing the
CORTICELLI SILK COHPANY
A agents for the Branard & Armstrong: Silk Mills one of the largest silk mills in the United States. This is a rare
zL chance to supply your wants with the best there is in silks direct from the manufacturers.
2 We will be pleased to see you Tuesday afternoon and evening.
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On Frisco System was In-
augurated with Iterest-
ing Ceremonies Yesterday.
TWO NEW TRAINS
Arrive in Vinita on Time After
Cutting Several Hours From
Old Schedule to Kastern
At exactly 12.33 this morning
the World's Fair Special" which
had been speeding from Texas on
its initial run came to a top at
the Frisco nation.
At 1:27 a. m. the "Meteor" the
new west bound time annihilator
came rushing in from the east on
time to the minute and the new
last train service on the Frisco
system had become a definite
factor in Vinita's communication
with eastern and western point?.
The new service was inaugurated
with interesting ceremonies at
loth ends of the great system.
Prominent officials of the road
and a large assemblage cf people
were present when the throttles
responded to the touch of the en
gineers and the ponderous wheels
that were destined to cut hour
from the old running time rapidly
gathered epeed and were soon
ru?hingover the rails in their race
At cr.e minute p? s 12 o'clock
the new time card published in
another column of the Chieftain
took effect on the entire Frisco
system. The Frisco with the
opening of the new line now baa
two entirely separate tracks to
Texas and baa become a danger-
ous factor in the greal shipping
resources of the Lone Stai state.
By the new service Vinita re
ceives an additional east and west
bound train and is put in very
close communication with all east
ern and southwestern points.
With this additional service six-
teen passenger trains on the two
roads run cut ot Vinita each day
which is a suggestive commentary
on the gr. wing importance of the
THESE YOUNG LADIES
Have Won Places on the Honor Roll
of the Female Seminary.
The following is a list of the
students who have won a place on
the honor roll of the FemaU Sem-
inary lor February IW2:
Senior Gulda Barker 90
rih Ballard 98 Bula Edmonson
IH Bird Faulkner 97 Mary Eider
93 Lucy Star 98 Lala Ward 97
Genobia Ward 9S.
JuNtons Kflie Duckworth 93
Carrie Freeman X Elizabeth
Morgan 9G Maud McSpadden 9G
Lizrie McSpadden 05 Susie Scott
97 Grace Wallace 85.
SoruoMor.Es Francis Bushy
head 93 Eunice Chamberlain 9S
Amanda Morgan 90.
Fkesemen Daisy Armor 97
Mayme Butler 99 Mary Crutch-
Geld 93 Lillian Cox 97 Lenallar-
csg" 97 Mina Johnson PS Maud
Meig 93Sallie Morgan 97 Anna
Martin 90 Msry Hfcllsnd 79 Min-
r.ie Xidifler 90 Ethel Martin 03
Br ssie SkiJmore 9' Martha Wal-
lace i'S. y
Fixtii Ghai k Kulh Ballard
Cora Brown 97 Lena Harmon 96
Fannie Holland 93 Minnie Hoi-
land 98 Maggie Paden 9-3 Nadia
Rigg 96 Edith Stover 99 Lizzie
Sanders 95 Mary Sullivan Elva
Ward 93 Bertha Patrick 96 Josie
Meigs 99 Lelia Eaton 97.
Fifth Grade Hope Bowman
95 Carrie Duncan 95 Lizzie Fra-
rier 96 Susie Price 93 Alice Snell
C5 Lydia Snell 95 Abbie Cham-
berlin 96 Jessie Dick 96 Dora
Early 96 Roeie Lundy 96 Nola
Monroe 96 Lucile Freeman 96.
Primary School Caseie Costen
96 Katie Duncan 96 Anna- Mel-
ton 95 Alma Mayfield 96 Sarah
Runyon 95 Birdie Snell 95 Susie
Beck 95 Corda Crittenden 98 Su-
sie Gourd 95 Lottie Williams 96
Celie Welch 98 Irene Beck 95.
To be Attempted Again on the Arkansas.
Tbs steam barge "Kittie Clyde"
which was purchased by C. E.
Turner and Erne6t Cook of Mus-
kogee to carry freight between
Fort Gibson and Choska has ar-
rived at Fort Smith from Cairo
The vessel was over nine months
The arrival of the boat has oc
casioned a great deal of discussion
among the river men many con-
tending that it can be run only
about two weeks during the year.
The barge is in command of
Capt. W. F. Cotton who years
ago run a boat between Fort
Gibson and Little Rock and who
is confident that the present ven-
ture will be a euccess.
La pripj-e coughs jie'd quickly to
the wonderful curative qualities of
Fo'cj's Ilonry an J Tar. There is
nothinz ele "ju-t as pool." For sale
. Vou farmers and cattlemen I Are you
jjoing- to build or make any repairs soon?
Are you looking for "just right" prices?
If you are just remember we have the
finest and best assorted stock of lumber
and building material in this section and
we can save you money on whatever you need.
We want your little orders as well as your big
ones and will try just as hard to please you on a
fifty-cent sale as on a fifty dollarone. Our stock
will surely please you because it is the
satisfaction -giving kind. Full line of
lime cement plaster drain tile paints
oils etc. Drop in and see us next time
you need anything.
We want your trade; vere after it.
P. G. BROWNING & CO.
VINITA IXD. THR
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 143, Ed. 1 Monday, March 24, 1902, newspaper, March 24, 1902; Vinita, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774928/m1/1/: accessed November 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.