The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 115, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 1, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. VII. NO. 115
V1NITA INDIAN TERRITORY WEDNESDAY MARCH 1 1905.
ITJCE TEN CENTS PER WEEK
Tuesday's Session of the Sen-
ate Extended Into Night in
Order to Take Vote.
Washington D. C March l.-The
senate spent almost the entire day
yesterday considering Items in the In-
dian appropriation bill and extended
the session into the night for that
There was quite a lengthy discus-
sion of the committee amendment pro-
hibiting the use of tribal funds in the
iupport of sectarian schools and thus
amended was agreed to. Many other
features of the bill were also debated.
Another feature of the bill was a
speech by Kearns of Utah on the
Mormon church. He charged that the
church controls the politicsand busi-
ness of Utah. He denied in emphatic
terms that he had paid Lorenzo Snow
then president of the church for the
support of himself for senator
At a late hour the senate passed the
Indian appropriation bill and began
the consideration of the postofllce ap-
After the reading of the Indian ap-
propriation bill had been concluded
Baily announced that hn would not
offer the amendment or which he had
. given notice for the admission of
Oklahoma and Indian Terrltory as a
A Mexico Trip
At this season of the year is one of
most delightful trips imaginable. A
good opportunity to exchange the sleet
and cold of th north for the balmy
climate of Mexico will be given on
March 4 and 7 on which dates the M.
K. & T. ll'y. will sell excursion tick-
ets to Mexico City arm return at the
very low rate of one fare for the round
trip tickets good thirty days from
date of sale with stop-over priveleges
In either direction. If you are inter-
ested ask "Katy V agent for Souvenir
Hook let and full Information.
Lot Ont Hundred Dollar.
I. X. Williams proprietor of the
Vinita Meat and Grocery store says
he has been out of Globe Hour for four
i(;iys and that during that time the
buker claims to have lost H0O worth of
trade on that account. Mr. Williams
was offered 10 extra for an order of
Globe flour this morning but could not
till it. He expects a shipment in a
The Beit Cough Syrup.
S. L. Apple ex-Probate Judge Ot-
tawa Co. Kansas writes:. "This is
to say that I have used I'allard's
Horehound Syrup for years and that
I 0o not hesitate to recommend it as
the best cough syrup I have ever
used." 00c and II. 00 at Peoples
drug store. dw
YV'n t Cbarokea Land.
W. 15. Kel'ue returned last evening
from Enid Oklahoma where he had
been on personal business. He re-
ports the farmers of that section very
much encouraged by ttie present out-
look for a good w heat crop. lie says
many Oklahoma farmers are anxious
to learn about the Cherokee Nation
and when they can buy land.
Change 1b Buaine.
Frank Cox is moving his pool hall
into the room heretofore occupied by
the O. W. Annis music store in the
McGeorge building. Mr. Annis Is stor-
ing his instruments and will travel
this summer and sell the goods on the
fit? Ss-;!o JJwJ!-im
INVESTIGATION OF RAYMOND
N. A. OibHOn. Mmkogee Attorney
Says Fnllor'i Doesn't Count.
"The sensational developments in
ttie Investigation of the charges against
Judge Raymond are not all over yet"
said N. A. Gibson of Muskogee I. T.
attorney who was at tha Hotel Bali-
more yesterday. "It is certain that
the Investigation Is not yet closed and
while it is hoped that there may be
no repetition of the sort of incidents
which marked the close of Mr. Fuller's
work In Mukogee there will be things
brought out which will make interest-
ing reading for the public at large as
well as those who are interested
especially in Indian Territory affairs.
It is the desire of everyone connected
witli the case that the investigation
should be continued as under the
present conditions the one conducted
by Mr. Fuller of course cuts no figure
at all. K. C. Journal.
Eleven Thomand Deeds.
Chief W. C. Rogers is here on his
return from Tahlequah where he has
been signing Cherokee deeds. Eleven
thousand deeds have been signed and
are now ready for delivery to the allottees.
Tonight and Thursday Gener-
ally Fair Colder.
The month of March promises to be
a record breaker in the weather line.
This month we are to have heavy
rains thunder storms and killing frosts
during the first half and balmy south
winds and bright sunny days during
ttie latter part of the month; but all
through we will have March-like
weather a fact which many weather
forecasters neglect to mention.
The weather will be favorable tc
v tfgf ducks a greater part of
vw. the month and there
t-JL'.'it will be plenty of wild
game on the market-
March' is Nature's resurrection
month the promise month. With
new-born feveirsh hope tho farmer
sows again his oats. It Is the same
hope that has filled the breast of the
sons of men every spring sir.ee they
learned that in order to reap they
must sow. March comes laughing over
the hills and awakes the sleeping flow-
ers. She waves her magic wand and
the trees start and throb into new
life. She unlocks Nature's studio and
paints the smiling soil with pigments
mixed by the Great Artist himself.
She tills the air with the music of
mating birds and rustling wings. She
fills the heart of man with sun-gleams
of hope and songs of rapture. She
puts a song of joy in the maiden's
heart and the small boy on crutches;
then t here comes a dash of
rain and the maiden exclaims:
"Dog-gone-it I left my para-
sol at home ! There 'goes my
Sunday bonnet! "
It's the month of March regardless
of expense the housewife takes a tidy
tit and cleans the residence. She flrt
takes out the w.ndows and then takes
down the beds she takes up all the
carpets and beats thMn to shreds. She
scrubs and rubs and scoure Impatient
of restraint she washes down the
woodwork and takes oil all the paint;
she taKea out ail the furniture and
turns it upside down; she breaks the
looking-glasses and lacerates her gown;
she may be frail and feeble the bal-
ance of the year but she has iron
muscles when house-cleaning time is
here. There is no task so difficult
that from It she'll shrink she drives
the children out of doors and drives
her spouse to drink. O she's a "holy
Senate and House Conferees
Failed to Agree on Com-
Washington Feb. 28. Theconferees
on the statehood bill were in session
three hours today but were unable to
agree nor is there any hope held out
by the conferees that there will be
any ultimate" agreement.
The house conferees declined to con-
sider the admission of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory alone and it still ap-
pears that the Foraker amendment
which would admit New Mexico and
Arizona as one state if both territor-
ies voted to adopt the constitution is
the the only chance of statehood legis-
lation. One of the members of the
conference committee said after the
"And that chance is one in a thou-
sand." The conferees declared that no
deadlock exists and that considerable
progress was mada in the tentative re-
conciliation of minordetails ofthe bill.
By The Tunic Route.
The pills that act as a tonic and
not as a drastic purge are De Witt's
Little Early Risers. They cure head-
ache constipation billiousness etc.
Early Risers are small easy to take
and easy to act a safe piii. Mack
Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City
N D. sa.vs: "Two bottles cured me
of Lchrcuic constipation." Sold at
Peoples drug store. dw .
Hunting the Wickliff.
Marshal Darroughhas learned noth-
ing definite about the Wycliffs and
says it may be a week or more before
anything of interest develops. He
says a diligent search is being made
lor the Wycliffs with prospects of
A good prescription
XtiO 5-ceut packet is enough lor
asu;4 occasions. The family bottle
(60 cents) contains a supply for 1
year. All druggists sell ttiem.dw
THE WHEEL OF. CHANCE.
Happening Such as Come
Many Persons In Course
"A Queer thing happened to m the
ther day" said a well-known lawyer
eiates the Indianapolis News. "I had
jot out of a street car In NortU Illinois
'.treet and started to walk east to ruy
louse when I noticed sornethiDg bright
In the grass at the edge of the side-
walk. At first I thought it was simply
bit of worthless metal but as it ap-
peared to be something different I
picked It up. It was a lady's locket
with chain attached. It was one of the
ioutle kind and when I opened It I
as astonished to see my wife's pic-
ture. For an instant I wondered who
xus carrying my wife's picture around
aut when I opened the other side there
was my own picture. Then I recognized
the locket as one I had given my wire
wd It was engraved with the date-
When I reached home I held it up and
he shouted for joy. She had lust it two
lays before but had said nothing about
It. Hundreds of persons must have
passed it and it seemed queer that I
ihould be the finder."
"That reminds me of a strange lit-
tle happening" said another member
Df the party. "A few days ago as I was
ralkicg up Pennsylvania street a man
passed me riding rapidly on a bicycle.
When he was 20 or 30 yards ahead I saw
lomethlng fall from his pocket but he
iras out of hearing before I could hail
him. When I picked the package up I
found it was wrapped In colored paper
of a peculiar kind and contained ten dol-
I . J
We have collected and now have in stock
A complete stock ot
vSpriiigJ Wasti Good
At 20 . 25c per yard
IN: Mohair Lustres Eclienne
Crepes Voiles Reps Embroid-
ered Shantung Glace Damascus
Novelties and Horiense and
Pongee SilKs. j& j& j&
j& Champagne Blue and Brown
are the predominating colors.
Every pattern new nobby and anu extra good value.
II Badgett-Sanders Merc. Co.
Vinita's Big Department Store
Two hundred high grade Hereford
cows in calf to Registered Ilereford
Bulls all young cows 25 bulls some
registered a portion of them will be
at the next Vinita sale March 5. Also
some good geldings saddlers drivers
and work horses. All interested in
this please write to me.
d-74-123 M. IIOLDEHMAN.
Cheap fares to the Vest Northwest
South and Southwest via the M. K.
& T. It'y. Seeond-class colonist rates
will be in effect (tickets on sale daily)
March 1 to May 15 and September 15
to October 31 1905 to points in Cali-
fornia Arizona New Mexico Old
Mexico Texas Montana Utah Wash-
ington and Oregon. If you are think-
ing taking a trip call on "Katy's"
agent for full particulars.
II. A. Fartiiiso Agent.
terror" as all men know full well tars' worth of two-cent postage stomps
when in the month of March she de- :n eheta. I left it at a near-by drug
We do not want any of the
Chieftain readers to miss a
single copy and if every sub-
scriber will nail up a box on
the front fence or some con-
venient place it will be of
great help to the carrier boy
and avoid your missing the
paper as frequently the wind
blows them away.
TTIE BEST PLACE TO BUY SHOES IS AT THE SHOE STOBE
MY WIFE SAYS SHOES ARE
writes a gentleman from a near-by town
in remitting for a pair of Shoes sent on
mail order a few days before.
nn n ?
L .1 It. 2 t i ! ' J
jZ? Sell Shoes j&
Which are simply fine for
Men Women and Children
The Shoe Store Grow
A World Beater!
cidi's that she'll clean house.
i store with an explanation. The next
iiu i.tinf ini Mil lay I stopped there to get a cigar and
... . . . ! the druggist said: 'our b
nature will be full of Joyousiuss and
hilarity. The reason for this unusual
exhilaration and exuberosity lies in
the fact that the fruit-killer has failed
to show up during the winter just
passed. The oldest inhabitant never
-"""" knew hiin to fail before. He
. ."."i- Hsti.it I v (rnia around as earl t .
n Hip first of .lanuarv: then
druggist said: 'Your stamps found
iieir owner. A man came In here last
ivening to buy some postage stamps and
laid he had been unfortunate enough to
lose a big bunch of thorn during tha
afternoon. I asked him how It hap-
pened and he said they fell out of hU
pocket as he was riding up street on
his wheel. I asked him how the package
wag wrapped and he described it so ae-
:ura.te!y that I at once handed it over
to him. You never saw a man so ur-
This Coach like cut we will sell
to advertise our bifj FURNITURE
STOCK for the small sum of
lJ !.. Wtw-l t '
P!0 OAKINO POWOIB CO. !
every two weeks unt il the
last of March he happens around and
massacres the fruit attain. He usually
slaughters It piece-mcal. First he! invJuble for Rheumatism.
kills the peaches then the small fruit. ' I fiave Iwen suffering for the cast
then the apples etc. few years with a severe attack of
About the last of the month the rheumatism and found that Ballard's
cut-worns will come out of the cround Suow Liniment was the only tiling
and take off their overshojs and mit-
tens but they will not spit on their
hands and go to work before some
tine in April.
that gave n;o satisfaction and tended
to alleviate my pains. March 24. 1SH'J
John C. Pegnan Kinsman Ills. 2"c
50c and 11.00 at Teoples drug store.dw
SEE IT IN QUI i.
S II O V WINDOW
Time is Here
"We have just received & new line of Mattings Carpets Kugs Linoleums and floor Oil
Cloths. Second-Hand Furniture and Stoves exchanged bought and sold.
First and second
E. O. u tevenson
Furniture Q. Carpet Co
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