The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 106, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 6, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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Terrible Disease Fastens It-
self on Its Victims
IS VERY PREVALENT.
Morbus Sabbttttiuus Attacks Lnrgp
Numbers of Citizens But is
Only Painful For Few Hours
at a Time and in Cuscd by
Church BelU Ringing.
Two prominent clergyman of
Vinita informed the Chieftain' ihni
the disease known to the profex
eion as morbus BaobattictiK ha
apeared in its most dangerous
and malignant form in this city
and that there is not lees than 100
cases right now of the wornt type;
It attacks only church members.
They take it pudiJenly Sundoy
morning after ln-aklnnt. They
have it every Sunday.- The attack
lasts till 15 minutes Hlter 11 a. m
then the patient gets up and eats
and talks and laughs.
In the afternoon he feels all
right walks and talks and per-
haps goes driving eats a hearty
Bupper. But befpre church time
has another bad attack and stays
at home. He is all right Monday
and don't have any more attacks
till next fcunday. There is no
remedy and every case is hopeless.
No need to get alarmed or call a
doctor. It is more apt to attack
the head of the family than other
Burpee's Seed Annual.
The quarter-century edition of
Burpee's Farm Annual issued by
that fine old Philadelphia freed
house of W. Atlee Burpee & Co. is
received. For a quarter of a cen-
tury this firm has enjoyed h liberal
patronage from lovers of fine veg-
etables fruits and flowers through-
out the whole country and from
the islands of the sea. "Burpee's
seeds grow" is chrystalized into an
epigram familiar to every home
where culture expresses itself in
the production of the best in flow-
er plant and fhrub
Ask your tjrocer fur Uerl Cross lia II
Blue. Larue two ounce package five
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN
or other Intoxicant or .Narcotic.
A TRIE TEMPERANCE MEDICINE.
THE KATY STATUS.
Railroad Official Believes Road Will
Consolidate With Others.
A prominent railroad man who
passed through Vinita on nis way
south this forenoon and who for
reasons of policy does not desire
to have his name quoted was asked
by the Chieftain what effect the
big railroad deals in Wall street
would have on the Katy. He re-
plies: "Concerning the Katy railroad
whatever arrangements may be in
contemplation for changing its
status and affecting its relations
with other southwestern lines no
t'efinite and aulhoriiativu state-
ments are yet forthcoming. That
its piesent independent position
will be changed there are many
confident predictions by high
authority but what form the plans
will take is not known.
"The building of the Kansas
Ciiy Southern materially affected
the Missouri Kansas and Texas
both companies controlling routes
from Kansas City to the gulf.
Since the reorganization of the
Kansas City Southern however
the former's keen rate competition
has been materially modified and
both properties have been doing
well. Any extension of the com-
munity of ownership principle
now practically in existence by
mutual interests of the controlling
powers of the Kansas City South-
ern tne .Missouri Kansas ana
Texas and the Missouri Pacific
will it is believed unite all three
Night Was Her Terror
"1 would cough nearly all night
long" writes Mrs. Clias. Applenrate
of Alexandria lnd. "and could hard
ly gen any sleep. I had consumption
so had that if I walked a block 1
would couyh frightfully and spit
blood but when all other medicines
failed three $1.00 bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovery wholly cured
mo and I gained OS pounds." It's ab
solutely guaranteed to cure Coughs
Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all
Throat and Lunj Troubles. Price
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at
People's Drug Store and A. W. Fore-
man's. From Big Cabin.
The hay market is dull.
There is a great deal of hickness
among the people here.
Wm. Coflett has the smallpox.
There has been five cases of sick-
ness and two deaths in this family
in the last twenty days.
Rev. Russell held funeral serv
ices over the remains of Mrs.
Yonce and John Coffett at the
same hour Sunday.
Big Cabin has a building boom
on. Three stores two barnB two
dwellings and a Woodman's Hall
have been built in the last thirty
The citizens here prefer the
Curtis Law as it stands to the
treaty as amended thinking the
80 acre clause an infringement on
their property rights. J. H. D.
Masters of Men.
The Saturday Evening Post an-
nounces for early publication a
twelve part serial story of love
and adventure by Morgan Robert-
son. Masters of Men is a power-
ful tale tf the new navy.
The central figures in the story
are a rich orphan who has entered
the navy as an apprentice and a
young ensign frerb from the naval
academy. The author lead his
two heroes through a maz of ad-
vemure by land and sea.
This romance may fairly be
called the best work of the beft
writer of sea stories in the coun-
The Dawes i'iuniiion hi fixei
the follow ing dates and ri'.ae for the
enrollment of Cherokee Freedruen:
Fort tiiWn April I to ."0 Inclusive
Vinita May 6 to .
NuaU May 23 t June 2" 1 - i.
Can give you quick and perfect
service on any bill of LUMBER
no matter how large. Let ue
figure wilh you.
We Want Yotor Trade.
We're After It.
Commissioner lnd. affairs W. A. Jones
lnd. Htfent for lnd. Ter....J Blair Shoeufeli
lnd. Inspector J. UeorKO WrlRlit
Revenue inspector Frank O. Churchill
Indian Territory Courts.
Northern District. Joseph A. GUI. judge;
Leo K. Bennett marshal; U. A. Davidson
clerk; P. L. soper. attorney. Terme: Mus-
kogee September and January; Miami. Oct-
ober and January; Taulequali October
and April; Wewoka. November and April;
Wagoner. November and March; Vinita. 1st
Mouday in December and Jd Monday In May
Southern Dist. Hosea Tpwnsend. Judge;
O. M. Campbell clerk. John 8. Hammer
marshal; W. B. Johnson. Clerk.
Central Dist. W. H. H. Clayton. Judge;
Ed Fannin clerk; J.P Grady marshal;
J. H. W'llkine. prosecuting attorney.
Capital. Tahleqnah. Thos. M. Bufflngton.
principal chief; Washington Swimmer sec-
ond chief ; Jos. M. Lahar. treasurer; J. T.
arks executive secretary.
Cherokee Board of-Health.
B. F. Former M. D . Vinita: F. B. Fite M.
D. Muskogee; D. H. Burk Si D. Webber's
J. R. Sheehan. mayor; J. F. Ledbetter
miirfthut: W. H. Drew recorder.
Couneilmen: L. C. Couch. I). T. Hall G.
W. Miller. J. S. Davenport L. B. Bell.
Joseph H. Butler postmaster.
Eundav school 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11
.m. and 7:30 p.m. Westminister League
13p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday eve-
l.ngs. W. T. King pastor.
!. E. CHCBCH SOUTH .
8unday school at 9:J5 . m. Charles W.
Day. superintendent. Junior uasne S p.m.
lenlor League S:45. Prayer meeting Wed-
aesdav eveulngs at8:15. Preaching at 11 a.
n. and 7:30 p. m. C. L. Browning pastor.
Preachinu at 11 a. m. and7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting at 8
o clock on wcmestlay nignis. uapusi
Voung People Union every sabbath at 7 p.
m. W .G.Patterson pastor.
8unday school 10:00 a. m. Preaching at
11:UU a. ra. and 7:30 p. m. Theodore John
A. M. E. CHURCH
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon at
x:so. .i.c hicks superintendent rreacn-
Ine everv Sunday at II a. ra. and 7'.S u. m.
Class meeting Friday evenings. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evenings. Board meet
ing Mouday evenings i. 11. lyson pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. COLORED.
Preaching at II. a. m. . and 8. p. m. Sunday.
Sunday school at ft:.1 a. m. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7:SU;
U. W. H A.RTS. Pastor.
ST. JOHN i 8 CHUHCH EPISCOPAL.
Rev. Frank It. Jonra. Rector Hon. W M.
Mellette sr.. warden; Hon. W. H.Ubbllls
jr.. warden. Regular servicesin thischurch
on Sundays as follows: Sunday school at
10 a. in-; morning prayer and sermon at 11
u. in.; evening prayer and serrooo at 4 p. m.
On aa'ntV days a service will be held at 10:30
a. rn. unless occurring on Sunday.
VS. each l
Masonic. Vinita Lodfje No. 5. F. &
meets lirst :?alurU;ty night in
month in Masonic hall. Halsell
bin.. I inn. W. L. Chapman. W. M.:
Charles lluut. Secretary.
Eotal Akch ChAPTER No. 18. Meets aec-
ona Friday night in each month In Masonic
hall. B. F. ortntr. high priest; VV. L.
Odd Fellows. Vinita Lodge
18. l.O. O. F. meets each
Monday night in Odd Fellow hall
" Wy ' t II. . i . 11 ..... U U . I
torn. N. G.; A. ii. Aateroo. ecrelary. - :
VlSlTA E5ICAXPMENT Jio. 11. I. O. O. F.
M-ls a Hem ate Thursday nights in odd Fel-
luws hall. J. P. fcott U P.; A. U. Master-
Esther Kebtkah L.'txjE No. 6 Meets ev
ery fridny flight in .Kid r eilows hail . Hox-
aua W rd N . Ada uhea. secretary.
V KsirHT or Pythias. Phlalphian
L"de o. 14. K. o r. me.'ts every
i l u dny refill In t:ionl haii. E.
C' M.'of F.; W.t.Dugger. K.ulK.ib.
Fratehal Aid Astm-iatios. No. in.
V.-t vei y eod and fourth WedneMi::y
n tiit in hi h uim.ih 10 t"ld Fellows l.aii.
uuve Urt:n. president; M. M. Eomiston.
PI KIT V CHAPIfK No. in. . F. S..
n.et -rT tirt T"1 lliirl Thurso ;iy at 7
p. in. in M aoi m- iHi i. Anna K. ainls. W.
M : iir ? I'agr. H - P.: KUn aM.
SwaiB. s-ot ret ary.
Wlicn )ou H't to buy l.luiia'. a-k fur
Ci '-' ht'.l I'iae. Lare a:iae
R. R. Time Table
No.l.M. K. T. Kire
No .1. Il'lnnlbal St.L. T. Ex ....
No. 6 Flyer
No. n7 t H'lutilanil AocomiuodaOon
4:18 a m
IS. Up nu
Mo. Ka. Tiaaeiprea....
T-i. Ht. L A Hannibal tl...
t i n .......
til : P IB
10:4tt a m
I ft :4 p m
10. las is
. freight and aocomniodatloo
Chattel mortgages per doi
I K... .1.....1 '
Il.i.tl Mitrt. hkIm -OC
Lien notes (a mortgage) per do oc
Hlllsaale. " JC
Rill Sale (Cherokee Mort) per doa c
Hills Sale short form " 20C
Himewnl RlUdaVltS. " .. .' '
Prommisaory notea. per 50 itfjc
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OP 8T. LOUIS.
The St. Louis National
Located atEast St. Louis. 111.
Dirsc.tlv onnoalte the city or St. Loola. Bay-
Arm for !! dnanrliitlon of Live Stock always In
attendance and within the gronnda of the
Stock Yarda la a Beef Canning Company with
a capacity for alangbtlrlng 8.000 head of cattle
dally and Pork Packing establishment! have
a capacity for slaughtering 12.000 hoga dally.
C. G. KNOX V Ice Pre.
C. T. JONES Gen. Mg'r.
' L. W. hBAKE Ass't. Gen. JIgr
MTEL HUNT. Gen. Agent for Texaf
SAind Indian Territory.
Have your Cb'Mreo'sICIotbes
JAMES S. DAVENPORT
Booms 9 and 10 new Halsell building
VINITA. I. T.
Darsnport A Hallittornen-at-Law
OfflceFlrst Nat'l bank bld). Claremor e. I
QB. J. O. TAYLOB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Residence W. L. Chapman.
-y H. KORNEGAY
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
Office In new Halsell Bld'g. VINITA l.T
Will practice In all the United Statea Court
AugK or the Indian Territory.
JR. L iAGBY
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Baymond t uPdinp. Telephone 101
Kesidence Aldrich cottage. Telephone 110.
Vmita. Ind. Ter.
BALK OKI HUNDRED KILUON3 A TtAML
T'!3 WONDERFUL MEBICiHE.
T!;ey relieve DistreRs from Drsrp-
si.i. Indigestion and Too Hearty Eat-
ing: are a perfect remedy for Dizzi-
ness. Xausea Drowsiness B:ul Taste
in tiie Mouth Coated Tontrue. Pcia in
the Side TORPID LIYEIt.
They Eegulate the Eowels.
They Cure Sick Headache.
A Gingle One Gives Eeliet
1 r f bnd bi' h tbftt R I wia mot benv
:it Iv- hvl of all dT-uv:sti wV an wilting
a .f rpTi'-M BBrvJirin at modermt proCk
ri.-y bnin pi.a rd prrk-lir ifr.
r jriTff r-iif. Ar"f no tubtlmtc
- -r. it- w r) R i p A -s or. th rctt
i4 50 YEARS'
i Taace Mrr
An"ne Tirf!r:j a vtHi nr! fl.-'-rir-n itst
Cal'ti? a.-'rt.n f.i.r f f'rif.n freiiw!ipr ui
ir.r : i fr a' t fate' ' ' I -ri'iriPv
t.-n "TricT 11 ifriiiki. lliiiiik on I'au-ll
WT 1'. l't 1.-nry f.r -tl r M v p! er t .
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Daily through train of coaches chair
cars tourist and standard sleejwrs and
NO. 15; mornintf train Kansas City to
Nebraska Denoer and Pacific Coast via
scenic Colorado. Weekly California ex-
cursions personully conducted.
NO. 3y latest nifjlit train Kansas City
to Denver; night train for Nebraska St.
NO. ii; noon train Kansas City to
Omaha St. Paul; through sloepers.
NO. 56; famous Chicago Hli; dining
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' NO. 16; St. Louis fast night axpress.
NO. 42; fast morning train east.
Write for descriptive matter rates and
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A perfect resort the year round.
None so convenient for this part of
the country. Cheapratesatal! times
TIM C OF TRAINS AT
Train 207 10:12 a. 111.
Train 2'S .":." p. 111.
Train 2)0 12:20 p. m.
Train 2:SM 4:00 p. ni.
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 106, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 6, 1901, newspaper, February 6, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775258/m1/4/: accessed February 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.