The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 131, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 6, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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ascrilji'd liy tin' people to the motives of corpora-
tions. Oklahoma Statu Capital.
me Daily Chieftain
. Vinitu's Official Paper
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X M. McCLINTOCK - --Editor
I. F. MURPHY BuJne MnKer
Official Paper of Cherokee Nation
For Pul.lisliinjr Li ases and Sales of Lands Allotted to or
Inherited by i'ullblood Cherokee Indians.
VINITA OK LA.
''Alfalfa Bill" Murray made a speech at Man-
um O. T. on April iird. in which it is said he
; "roasted" the Oklahoman and stated that he once
paid a note for Lee Cruce the Ardmorebanker
I who is a Democratic candidate for governor of
5 the new state. Murray is working in the inter-
' st of Haskell of Muskogee.
The loader of the socialists says that the
Roosevelt agitation is a great help to the cause.
Mr. Roosevelt will be in some doubt as to
whether he ought to take this as a compliment
or throw a brick at the fellow w ho said it. Tulsa
j President Winchell of the Rock Island road
says that he takes no stock in the talk of panic.
"The current of prosperity has not been checked.
I It is a mistaken thought to ascribe the actidns or
j ;onduct of railroad managers at this time to a
'! letermination or a desire for retaliation. It is
j wthing of the sort. The same good faith which
e people for their motives must in turn be
FRANTZ AND REEVES.
As a running mate for Governor Frantz as a
candidate for governor of the state of Oklahoma
Muskogee has in General Ira L. Reeves an ideal
candidate for lieutenant governor. General
Reeves was a gallant soldier wining his spurs
as a regular army officer first in Cuba and
then in the Philippines. Desperately wounded
in a hand-to-hand fight with four bolomen in
Luzon he was invalided home and placed on the
retired list with the rank of captain and at that
time was the youngest captain on the retired
list. Frantz and Reeves would stand for Repub-
licans and Republicanism and make an invincible
Mothers endorse it
E. C. DeWITT & CO.
Children like It
Sold by Mallarney and Meyers and People's Drug btore.
iVERE WORKS OF ART
3EAUTIFUL FOUNTAINS BUILT BY
Water Fop Them Carried Through
Aqueducts Whose Ruins Are Still
Standing Quaint Legend of
the Fonts Gala at Siena.
In tho days before water systems
j.vero brought to perfection only tho
j lch wre ablo to liavo private pipes
I 'ntering their houses or conned Ilia
S hem with tho public fountains. Those
J.n tho middle class Bays the Uoatiry
I MaKtt.;i:? sent their elavoa to the
J.'ouutaiu to bear home on their Bhoiil-
f lers hiiKO Jars of water to.mippiy the
j laily needa while tho conation people
J .-arried it fcr theiiiHelvos. ;
j A long procesdlou could be Been (
j Doming wnd evening winding its way
j io and from the fountains. Kveu to-
1 lay In soino parts of Home one sees
I wains girls carryini; an old water jar
j to the fountain or In some village
! f tho Abruzl others with two jars
I -uiHpeuded lrom a wooden yoke across
1 their shoulders.
j The water for the Roman fountains
J -ame through the mighty aqueducts
I which stretched aloiiB the Campagna
1 md of which ruins mav to-dav be been
standing grim and splendid ngalust
the blue Italian sity.
The Kmperor Agrippa alone built
700 fountains decorating 400 of them
with marble columns and 300 with
i statues and each Roman emperor
The new Telephone Directory is being prepared for
the printer. We want your name to appear correctly.
Any change you desire gotify the manager.
Lots now on sale and going fast. Now is your
chance to buy. Terms $3 to $5 per front foot: one
third down one third in one year; one third in two
Years; 6 Per cent interest.
SEE US AT ONCE
J. T. RAGAN
Ue Choicest Residence Section in
the Best City in Oklahoma
Cures Biliousness Sick
Headache Sour Stom-
ach Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to take
Laxative Fruit Syrup
FOR SALE BY A. P. OWENS
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions cf
pimples and blotches.
It is guaranteed
A Rapid Fire
with broiler has been in
constant use for 30 days
and has used less than 30
cents worth of gas. The
Rapid hire line has the di
rect action ovens.
TELEPHONE a TELEGRAPH CO.
MusKogee Excursion April 14 '07
Tim following are adult and cbilds rate to Musko-
I -iwins to have endoavorod to outdo K Ree April 14th: Kates for round trip from Vinita to
nuuot uonuunu r i Muskogee and return $1.00. For time of special train
see my unis.
Parsons Han. April 26 '07
Kighty-eighth Anniversary Celebration Independent Or-
der of Odd Fellows. Open rate of fare and one-third for
tho round trtp. Tickets on sale April 25th and 2Cth with
final limit of April 29th '07.
Special one way second-class Colonist fares to Cali-
fornia Arizona New Mexico Old Mexico and Texas
points March 1st to April 30 1007.
To San Francisco and Los Angeles and other Cali-
foria points $23. To Mexico City and Xew Mexico points
$24.00. Date of sale March 1st to April 30 '07. Tick-
ets limited to continuous passage.
Also have on sale to Isortwest from Viuita to Bil-
lings Mont. $20.00 Ogden ; Salt Lake City Utah $22.40.
Helena Mont. $22.40 Portland audSeatle $27.40. Tick-
ets on sale March 1st to April 30th inclusive.
Special excursion rates April Mav June and July
1D07. To Mexico City Mexico from Vinita I. T.$42.10.
Date of sale foi first excursion April 25th to May 18th
'07 inclusive; final limit July 31st '07.
Second excursion June 8th to 15th '07 inclusive
final limit August 31st '07. Third excursion June 20 to
July 12th '07 inclusive. Final limit September 15th '07.
II. A. FARTHING Agent.
I One of tlic juo-.t iunarl;.ib;o is tho
1 i' onto GuIm at Siena. I he carvings nro
In white niaihhs tho subjects taken
from the lUble. Tho water cool and
pure from a Boring 18 miles away
is eo limpid that the reflections with-1
in Its depths are almost Illusive so '
perfect are they. j
There is a quaint little tale connect-
ed with this fountain. When the foun-;
tain was first built there was great j
I rejoicing in Siena for it was tho first j
lurire ivimlittT trt he lirnneht into tho
nj anu use pevipie weie wnu nun
joy. So much jollity and gayety went i
on over the affair that they named It!
the Fonta Gala j
Just at this time there was dug up
rifar tho city a wonderful statue of a;
pagan goddess find tho people raised
the statue which was ravishlnsly j
beautiful to stand above the fountain.
That year men said tho evil eye had j
fallen upon Siena. ;
Enemies lurked at her cates and bo-
nicpod her walls. Within there was
ft rife rapine and murder until tho
streets fairly ran with blood. At last !
they murmured. j
"Surely" they cried "we have
placed a heathen g.xldess nluive our
fountain and therefore Is heaven sore
displeased and misfortune 1ms been
sH'nt upon us. Let us tear down this
pagan thing and good will come of It."
Forthwith ihey removed the beau
tiful statue and with much ceremony
bore It outside the city Rates. Then
desiring to lae it where it would do
them the most good they carefully
"with thrifty hatred." burled the stat-
ue upon Florentine soil hoping to
transfer their own bad luck to their
No one knows where the statue is
Tiow but Fonte Gala still stands her
water as cool and fresh as when the
eld Sif nese first rejoiced at her bull I-
International Bank & Trust Co.
A Bank is no better than its management and securities
We loan most of our funds on good Ileal Estate
Talk don't make a Bank.
We believe in a progressive policy of sound Banking.
We invite all profitable business for our Bank. Large
International Bank & Trust Co.
J. W. Orr Manager. Seymour Jones Cashier.
1st Door west Empire Block
For sale 40 acres of oil land la sec-
tion 7 27-13; six producing: wells best
in the section; average royalty about
$250 per month. P. II. Holland Cen-
itralia I. T. . d82-tf
Tliey scowled and look sour from morn
They never would agree;
Now they are healthy happy and
They both take Rocky Mountain
Tea at night. M. R. Chapman.
Wanted Person to travel in home
territory; salary $3.50 per day and ex-
penses. Address J. A. Alexander
125 Plymouth Place Chicago 111.
Low Rates. No Commision. Loans Examined and
Closed by Us. Money paid as soon as papers are
AVERY-ROBERTS INVESTMENT CO.
Scott Building. VINITA OKLA.
Suits made in the beat possible style.
Cleaning and Pressing a specialty.
LAW 0 WIS!
"I Br.d Cisrarrta 10 tfood that I wnnld not b j sS
without tliem. I tii tronbled . Rrent deal with ! ?H
toriid liver and headache. Vow unea taking ' i j
CaarareU Oamly Cathartic fftel ?ery much better f
1 ahall crtainly recommend them tn mf frienda A
aa the best medicine 1 have ever seen." I
Auna BkiIdoI. Osbora Mill Mo. 3. fail River Mas. ' Si'
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