The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 131, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. IX. NO. 131
V1NITA OKLAHOMA SATURDAY APRIL 6 1907
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
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Machinery Defective Says a Lawyer-
Speculation as to the Outcome of
Greer County Suit
Guthrie O. T. April 5 There is a
persistent rumor that the Oklahoma
election board as constituted by the
constitutional convention to name
election machinery and canvass the
vote of the first election is preparing
to hide out in case Judge Burford
grants an Injunction against the board
in the Greer county division case.
There is a strong belief that the
court will issue an injunction in the
Greer county case. The convention
attorneys are planning if this is the
result to apply to the United States
supreme court for a writ of prohibition
to restrain the Oklahoma courts from
interfering with the proceedings of
If this fails then some believe that
the convention will seek to have the
election board resort to the plan of
getting out of the jurisdiction of the
court and going ahead to prepare for
A prominent attorney has stated
that he considers it doubtful if the
United Statessupreme court will grant
a writ of prohibition in the case.
The discovery has been made that
the election ordinance passed by the
convention fails to provide for the
members of the election board ac
knowledging their appointment or for
subscribing to an oath of office. This
in the opinion of some good lawyers
invalidates the election ordinance and
makes inoperative the whole election
plan of the constitutional convention
unless this defect is remedied when
the convention reconvenes April 16.
Washington D. C. April 6 Tarns
Bixby in an interview yesterday an-
nounced that under no circumstances
would he resign while under fire. No-
thingjshort of removal he said would
make him sever his official relations
with the department at this time.
He intimated strongly that once clear-
ed of the charges his resignation
would be forthcoming shortly thereaf-
ter. W. II. Scnuirz.
Andy Williams met with an acci-
dent Friday evening at the Vinita
Plow Co. where he was assisting in
unloading a carload of mowing ma-
chines. He was handling a heavily loaded
truck and some of the boxes falling
from the top of the tounge which in
coming in contact with Mr. Williams
legs broke bothbelow the knee.
Guthrie Okla. April 6 There is
much speculation In Republican cir-
cles as to who will be elected chairman
of the new state committee. The com-
mittee and chaliman will be selected
at a state convention to meet some
time early in May.
Jake Ilamon the present chairman
is a candidate for the place. Some of
the party leaders here declare that he
cannot be re-elected. Two candidates
prominently spoken of are James Cot-
tingham of Guthrie and O. A. Wells
present secretary of the committee.
Wells is clerk of Judge Dickinson's
court at Ardmore. Politicians here are
predicting that neither Wells or Cot-
tingham will get the place. If it is
decided to give the chairmanship to
the Indian Territory side Wells is
likely to be the man with Whiting
of Enid for secretary.
Governor Frank Frantz has selected
Dr. Hugh Scott his secretary to
manage his campaign for the gubrna-
natorlal nomination. Delegate B. S.
McGuire is for Frantz while Jake
II amon's following is inclined to sup-
port either noward or C. C. Jones of
Oklahoma City. Governor Frantz is
arranging an itinerary and will speak
in every town in the new state.
AN OIL MAN
WILL RUN IT
TELEPHON E 330
If You Will You Gar)
save money on Millinery although everything has been
advancing lately. We are turning out better values in
Hats and at a lower price than ever before. It is all in
knowing how. It is the same with everything else
ehroughout this store.
EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN RUGS
Did you get your share of that 5c lace and embroid-
ery! New Belts Collars Back Combs Pillow Tops
Glass Vases Plates and many other articles.
Washington April 6. Secretary
Garfield proposes to put a practical
man in charge of the oil and gas busi-
ness of the government office at Mus-
kogee. The oil and gas fields in the Terri-
tory are developing so rapidly tiie
government agents at Muskogee claim
they have too much to do. All leases
and royalties will be handled from the
An oil man will also inspect the
books of the pipe line companies and
gaugers' reports to see whether the
Indians are getting a royalty on all oil
Tomorrow at the Churches.
Scraper streec between Illinois and
Canadian avenues. J. E. Pershing
pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.;
preaching 11 a. m.; Christian. Endeav-
or 7:00 p. m.; preaching 8:00 p. m.
The 6ubject for the morning service
will be "The Christian Law of Com-
pensation." Subject for evening ser-
mon "The Basis of Atheism." Good
music at all these services.
Remember he evening service be.
gin at 8;00; Christian Endeavor at 7:00
A cordial Invitation is extended to
Corner Illinois avenue and Thomp
son street. Eev. George A. Fulcher
pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.
preaching 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.;
prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
Subject ior morning sermon -xne
All Attracting One;" evening "Our
. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCII.
Illinois avenue and Smith street.
Rev. II. F. Moore pastor. Sunday
school 10 a. m.; preaching 11a. m.;
Junior B. Y.P. U. 2.30 p. m.; B. Y. P.
U. 6:30 p. m.; preaching 7.30 p. m.
Report of the Condition of the
Cherokee National Bank
OF VINITA IND. TEB
At the Close otlEufdneBS January 26th. 1907.
TiOimn and hisramita $7Hm 6Ji
Citv Warrant ''-"I '
it ij Hrimla b.x- w
I. s. nu . .
Five Per Cent Fund A-51
Overdrafts - '";!:? .V.?
Furniture and Fixtures l.WUUU
Cftsh and Due From Kaiiks
$iU ('.HI M I
DemrnJ Loans 21 r i.21 2 8S
Total $1(171179 03
The above Statements Correct.
In:an TskkiT'ISY. '
Capital Stock $'Jf.OUU 00
Surplus 5000 00
Undivided Profits (net) 2;i'2 04
Circulation 6250 00
Deposits 69116 9il
K. V. McSPADDEN Cashier.
T V Mcnsdden Cashier of the nnnve nnmra i-biik iv smrmmy nni ujk. ui
." ' .'..! : t)lunt of mv knoffledueandilxdirf.
above statement is true I
Sworn to lidJsi'.bscribedlt.eforfCmtlils.:
R V. MrSPDPEN Cashier.
31 day of Jan A. I). HM1?.
KARIiJ J-MOOUE NotiwY Publ:
My Comm!sslon:expires;May 7th 1910.
CORRECT -Attest: Seymour! RiddleV.r. Farley f. W 'Orr Dlrecvrs.
South Thompson street and Canad
ian avenue. Rev. A. J Williams
pastor. Bible school 9:45 a. m.;
preaching 11 a. m.; Junior Christian
Endeavor 2 p. m.; Senior Christian
Endeavor6:30p.m.preaching 7.30 p.m.;
prayer meeting vveanesaay i.wv-
Thompson street between Illinois and
Canadian avenues. Kev McCu hough
pastor. Teachers' meeting 9:15 a.
m.; Sunday school 9:45 a. in.; preach-
ing 11 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m.; Epvvorth
league 6:30 p. m.
ST. JOHN'S EriSCOPAL.
Sundays 9:30 a. m. Sunday school;
10:.'i0 a. m. service and sermon.
Fridays 10 a. m Litanv; Saturdays
7 p. m. Choir Rerearsal.
Sunday April 7 Rev Henry B.
Smith Archdeacon will be present
and Holy Communion will then be
Right Rev. F. K. Brooke Bishop
will bo present in the near future to
administer the rite of Confirmation.
A THIRD TERM
Washington April 6 Pres.dent
Roosevelt is belived to be seriously
considering the advisability of enter-
ing the race of a third term to head
off the "Ilearst-llarrlman-liockefeller
the next congress
al convention or which it was stated
on authority at the White House
Thursday he claims ample evidence
is at hand.
It was further authoritatively said:
"They are gathering up the lose
ends but the movement will flatten
out. It is apparent in Ohio and Penn-
sylvania; in fact it extends across the
entire continent. The scheme was
thoroly divulged at a present dinner
and reached the White IIoupo thru a
a friend of the president. The scheme
of the people behind the movement is
to buy newspapers public men an oth-
ers who may assist the opponent of
the president In their work."
t-llarrlman-liockefeller J 1 1 I I 1 1 kl I r r
rarc!:iKllingand lnJurng a Number of Peo
ple and Destroying a Great
Deal of Property.
Musicians to Locate Here.
Prof. Verd G. Gaston and A. Horse-
fall the former a prominent violinist
and latter a slide trombone player
both of Parsons Kans. were in Vinita
yesterday and together with Miss
Graper pianoist and Roy Franklin
cornet furnished music at the opera
house last night. Music-loving people
of Vinita will be gla 1 to learn that
Prof. Gaston is contemplating locating
in Vinita as is also Horsefall and an
up-to-date baud and orchestra will be
organized something the town Is very
much m need of. Butler & Ilartman
who will have the management of the
auditorium when completed have as
sured Prof. Gaston of orchestra work.
The musicians went back to Parsons
this morning but will return to Vin ita
next Monday or Tuesday to remain.
Grof. Gaston may also give private
violin lessons to those desiring same
He is a finished musician.
New Orleans April 6 Probably fif-
teen lives were lost today by a torna-
do which swept across portions of three
gulf statea and was traceable for 300
miles. The tornado moved from west
to east cross! g the southern extrem-
ity of Louisiana and Mississippi-and
striking into Alabama for a short dis-
tance. Tortious of four towns were
devastated and damage approximating
$500000 was done.
The tornado began at Alexandria
La. soon after 1 o'clock Friday morn-
ing instantly killing four persons
there fatally injuring three and
seriously injuring thirteen others.
Soon after daylight it neared the
Mississippi river killing five persons
at Jackson La. while at Bayou Sara
La. at least a half a dozen others
were reported killed. There was one
fatal injury at Jacksou.
The tornado next appeared at Car-
sou Miss. where great property dam-
age was done. About noon near Sel-
ma Ala. the Inhabitants saw whirl-
ing clouds in the air and and the
Helm's colored minstrel troup ar-
rived in the city at noon today and
tills afternoon gave a band concert on
the street. See them at opera house
High Life In Gotham.
"The way them New York folks act
Is dreadful curious" said my aunt
Betsey. "They lew say an Mrs.
Demillion Is at home on a horse. I'm
glad she P.: n't one ou whom I call for
I calculate I shouldn't kn w exactly
how tew act." Harper's Weekly.
Or Alice In Wonderland.
The stories in the magazines are
making the literature of childhood
very dignified and intellectual in
comparison. Have you read story
in a magazine In six months as Inter
esting and instructive aa Puss in
Boots? Atchison Globe.
Strange Grave Decorations.
Unique among cemeteries is that 6f
L'Ouedel-Kebir Algiers in many of
the graves of which are dozens of
medicine bottles. The natives of the
territory bury with the deceased the
bottles which held the medicines used
In the last illnes3.
Evolution of a Summer Resort.
Summer resorts ko through throo
stages: First people go there to
enjoy themselves; secondly people
go there to divert theinse' js; third-
ly people go there to flaunt them-
selves Jhen the place is fashionable.
WE WISH TO CALL YOUR
ATTENTION TO OUR
AND TO THE DISPLAY OF
Lace Curtains Portiers Room-Size Rugs Small
Rugs Matting Linoleum Floor Oilcloth Etc.
IN OUR EAST WINDOW
We have priced each article in the window and a look will convince
you that we not only have some excellent values but that the patterns
and styles we show are rigfht up-to-date.
1000 yards of Japanese
Matting -worth 35c a
yard for 25c
Tyle patterns excellent
quality only pr ydG5c
of Axminster arjd Wilton
Velvet dozens of beau-
tiful patterns to select
from. Prices $2 and 3
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INGRAIN ART SQUARES
Size 9x12 pretty pat-
terns each $5.00
INGRAIN ART SQUARES
Size 12x2 each $7.50
Axminster a n d Walton
Velvet 9x12 room
size rugs.$lG.50 to $25
An extraordinary large as-
crvfmorif of-wl r;in 1 cur .1
values at each price
to $3.00 .....the pair
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McClintock, R. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 131, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1907, newspaper, April 6, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775344/m1/1/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.