The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 178, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 3, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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Sidling v.$ SlU'-3-
At the s'.art in a Jong- race the advant
age often appears to be with an ouisuier.
But the race is won not in starting but
in slaying. The quality which wins is
st.ivin" Tower. It is so in the race of
life. Staying .
power wins anil
as a rule the lest
staver is the man
with the best
is ' derived from
food which is
When the food
eaten is only part-
ly ii-;e:ted and
is a loss of nutri-
tion which means
a loss of strength
and the general
result is physical
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
gives strength and staying power be-
cause it cures diseases of the stomach
and other organs of digestion and nutri-
tion. It enables the perfect digestion
and assimilation of the food eater. and
so strengthens the body naturally by the
nutrition derived from food.
"I wa trouble! with inrftpestion for about
two years." writes Win. Bowker. Esq. of Julia-
etta 'Latah Co.. Idaho. "I tried different doc-
tors anJ remedies but to no avail until I wrote
to you and you told nse what to do. I suffered
with a pain iu m v stomach and left side and
thought that it would kill me. Now I am glad
to write this and let you know that I am all
right. I can do my work now without pain and
I don't have that tired feeling that I used to
have. Five bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med-
ical Discovery and two vials of his ' Pleasant
Pellets' cured me."
Accept no substitute for Golden Med-
ical Discovery. There is nothing "just
as good" for diseases of the stomach
blood and lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Pellet3 are easy and pleas-
ant to take. A most effective laxative.
First published April . 1903.
United 8ttes. I
n dlan Territory s.
Northern Dlst.. t
In the r. 8. District Court in the Indian
Territory sitting In nnd for the Northern
district thereof at Vinita.
Alien-West Com mission Co. Plaintiff
L. C. SinnettA Co. Denfendants.
The defendants. L. C. Blnnett and James
"W Blnnett. a partnership doing business
Under the firm name and style of L. C. Sln-
nett and Company at Mnnett. Oklanoma
Territory are warned to appear in this
court within thirty days and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff. Allen-West Com-
mission Company a corporation of St. Louis
CHAS. A. DAVIDSON.
Dec. 8-1901. C. Clerk.
By B n. LYBKAND L. L.
Preston f? Davis
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Attorney for the non-resident Defen-
First Published April 19 1902.
In the IT. S. District Court at Vlnlta in the
Northers District of the Indian Terri-
tory. Lottie Johnson plaintiff
James Johnson defendant
The defendant. James Johnson is warned
to appear in this court within thirty days
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff
CHAS. A. DAVIDSON. Clerk.
By R. II . LYBKAND Deputy.
(Seal) April 16 1902.
G. P. Foele. attorney for plaintiff.
Walter Humphrey attorney for defendant
Several three-year-olds and a
number of yearlings. They are the off-
spring of our thoroughbred males. Will
be sold for s little more than they are
worth for steers. Would exchange two
or three yearlings for others of a differ-
ent strain of blood if quality and condi-
tions were equal. Addres
Badgett & Hilford
At ADAIR I. T.
Or inspect the stock in pasture near that
If you act quick.
Nat Dickerson at the Tucker place on
Mustang (Okoee P. O. ) has a bargain on
some cattle for a quick turn.
including a cow and calf.three cows a 3-
year old steer eigeteen steers that will
be two years old this spring and summer
and balance heifers the same age; twelve
or fifteen will have calves this spring.
Good colors grade and native at that.
No Arkansaws but raised on the prairie.
Owners of these cattle wish to turn
them quick and will make the price an
inducement. d78 w39
There is scarcely any condition of ill
health that is not benefited by the occas-
ional use of a R-I-P-A-N-S Tabule. For
1e by druggists. The five-cent packet
j;nough for an ordinary occasion. The
.amily bottle 6o cents contains a sup.
ply for a y?ar. d-tf
Methodist Episcopal Church South
Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching
11 a. m.; subject "Ideal Woman
hood." Epwortb League 4 p. m. 8 p
in. Dr. W. ti. Palruore of St. Louie
will preach. The young folks of the
city are requested to come out.
St. John's Church Fifth Sunday
after Easter. Sunday School at 10 a
ix Celebration of tbe Holy Com
munion at 11 a. ru. It being the first
Sunday In the month. Sunday service
will be conducted by the Hector. No
Presbyterian Churcb May 4th
Sunday 6chool 10 a. m. PreacbiDg
11 a. m. subject: "The Heart of
Jesus Touched." Junior League
p. to. Chrit-tian Endeavor subject
"Prayer a Necessity." Matt 26:36-46.
Prayer tueetiuf Thursday evening
TAo. There will be no evening preach
ln.r as the congregation is invited to
unite with the Methodist people and
listen to a sermon to young people by
Dr. W. B. Pal more.
Bapti9t Churcb Sunday school 10
m. Preaching 11 a. in. B. Y. P.
U. 7 p. ni. Sermon 7:45. Come and
be with us In our worship.
The Rt. Eev. Theo. Meershoot of
Guthrie Ok. bishop of Oklahoma
and Indian territory will officiate
and lecture at tbe Catholic church
tomorrow at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. A cordial invitation is extended
Stand Like a Stone Wall
Between your children and the tor
tures of itching and burning eczema
scaldhead or other skin diseases.
How? why by using Bucklen's Arnica
Salve earth's greatest healer quick-
est cure for ulcers fever tores salt
rheum cuts turns or bruises. In
fallible for piles. 25c at Peoples' and
A. W. Foreman's drug stores dw
riarrlage License Not Used.
Clint Cochran of Chelsea was here
today and informed a reporter for
this paper that the marriage license
obtained at the cleik's office here in
his name last week was without bis
knowledge or consent and that he did
not expect to use it.
What is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer: It Is made pom a prescrip
tion of a leadiDg Chicago physician
and one of tbe most eminent in the
country. The ingredients are the
purest that money can buy and are
scientifically combined to get their
utmost value. dw
Raided Gamins House.
Deputy Marshal Chandler raided a
negro joint in tbe northeast part of
town last night and arrested Amelia
Barnes a negress on the charge of
conducting a gaminghouse. Sixteen
decks of cards several sets of "bones"
and other gambling implements were
Piles are not only most painful but
also very dangerous as the inflamed
nodules are very apt to take on ma-
lignent action and cancer of the rec-
tum Is produced. They should be
cured. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-
ment will cure the most obstinate
cases. Price 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes 75 cents. For sale at Peoples'
In the write-up of the opening of
the new hotel at Claremore in yester-
days daily Chieftain the name of Hy
Jennings was inadvertently omitted
from the list of those who spoke at
the banquet. Mr. Jennings always
speaks well and made a very happy
Bpeach on that occasion. He was the
first speaker of the evening and re-
ceived perhaps better attention than
any other speaker of the evening.
When the liver fails to secrete bile
the blood becomes loaded with bilious
properties the digestion becomes im-
paired and tbe bowels constipated.
Herbine has a direct action on the
liver and excretory organs and a few
doses will cure any case of biliousness.
Price 50 cents. For sale at Peoples'
Drug Store. dw
Attorney D. II. Wilson returned
from Jfowata last night where he
had been In connection with tbe
Soldier estate case.
Commencing May 4th the Katy
will inaugurate their Sunday excurs-
ions. One fare for round trip be-
tween points north to Oswego and
south to Wagoner.
LIST OF JURORS.
The following ia a list of tbe
grand and petit jurors selected by
the jury commission to serve dur-
ing the May term of court:
W H Darrougb Vinita I. T.
W H Curtis Afton.
F B Kenniaon Kennison.
T W Clyne Kuby.
L S Robinson Big Cabin.
Turner Edmonson Maysville
George Thornton Eagle.
F W Propp Adair.
Author Dodge Delaware.
George Mayes Pryor Creek.
Geo W Mowbray Sr. Tulea.
John D West Spavinaw.
W II Doherly Grove.
S L Johnson Okmulgee.
B F Harrieon Wyandotte.
N D Hufft Sapulpa.
ALTERNATE GRAND JOBORS.
Wm Howell Oseuma
I N Williams Vinita
C Hayden Chouteau. i
John G Light Talala
Omer Stroud Welch
Geo W Harland White Oak.
J L Denbo Catoose
F M Sanger Claremore
George W Henry Tulea.
W P Ringo Ringo
W E Roberts Nowata
M Henry Chelsea
Lon Conner Fairland
M L Paden Centralia
D A Wilson Bluejacket
L P Ballard Ketchum
J L Bumgarner Spavinaw
G H Warren Adair
D G Thompson Adair
Joe Titawortb Nowata
F M Overlees Bartlesville
Sam Leforce Vinita
C R Sanders Miles
R EjDelozier Adair
Percy Walker Ogeechee
John Conley Fairland
H R Gill Afton
R P Armstrong Bluejacket
Chas Hawkins Catalee
Walter Hunt Eatella
N B Rowe Rose
Andy Hair Rose
John Cavalier Locust Grove
M Waehan Pryor Creek ;
D B Hadden Pryor Creek
David Key Pryor Creek
Louis Lasley Lenapah
Robert Fry Fry
W J Boone Collinsville
Lee Clinton Red Fork
Chancey Owen Tulsa
Chas Tyler Woodley
Sol Ketchum Okoee
W C Smith Oolagah
G W Trenary. Caynga
Frank JohnBon Sapulpa.
A Lesson In Health.
Healthy kidneys filter the impuri-
ties from tbe blood and unless they
do this good health is impossible.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound
kidneys and will positively cure all
forms of kidney and bladder disease.
It strengthens the whole system dw
Most women with female weakness
suffer fdreadfuly from !pi!es in addi-
tion to their other pains. They may
be cured by using Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment. Price 50c .in bottles
75c in tubes at Peoples drug store. dw
If you will make inquiry it will be
a revelation to you how many suc-
cumb to kidney or Madder troubles in
one form or another. If tbe patient
is not beyond medical aid Foley's
Kidney Cure will cure. It never dis-
appoints. - dw
Our refrigeraters are selling fast.
Come In and see them before our line
is broken. We have all sizes. White
Mountain and Wonder freezers. Dar-
rougb Hardware Co.
Don't despair because you have a
weak constitution. Tbe vitalizing
principle of Herbine will assuredly
strengthen it. In every drop of Her-
bine there is life. There is a stimulat-
ing regenerating power unequaled in
the whole range of medicinal prepara-
tions. Price 50 cents. For sale at
Peoples' Drug Store. dw
The Jewel Gasoline stoves are on
record as being the best and longest
lived than any other made for gale
by Sam R. Frazee & Co.
fW it PI
. 5 so
IlifilLYisa w o 3 cr YW1
m Sgo. 'v
Darrough Hardware Co
Best Meal in the City 25c
nort Orders a Specialty.
First Door East el RatcIUT
Gex & Miller
Livery Sale and Feed Stable
Special attention to driving trade.
Waeon yard in connection.
Phone No 6. So. Wilson St. Vinita
Arton I. T.
Mri. S.O. Willis Prop.
Nice clean rooms first-class table
Rates $2 per day.
Foley's Honey and Tar
for child ren.safe.sure. No opiates.
h FEW REASONS WHY
allthebest people go to Fowlei
His photos are the best.
Mis photos are permanent
iis prices are reasonable
Ais photos are of the best material.
His money is spent with us.;
His styles are the latest.
Go to him for your photos.
Established 1S89. :
South of U. S. Court House.
MISS FAY LEE
President of the Shakespearian Club Kansas City
44 Your booklet came to my
home like a message of health
when I had suffered with
headacBe backache and bearing-down
pains. I was weak
nervous and hysterical and
had not consulted any doctor
thinking it would pass away
ia time but instead I found
that the pains increased and
were more frequent. I de-
cided to try 'Wine of Cardui
and in a short time was much
improved. It seemed to act like a charm.
I kept tip the treatment and the result
was most satisfactory. Words fail to ex-
press my gratitude for the suffering that
is now saved me. I am ia fine health
physically and mentally. I can only say
thank you' but there is much more ia
my heart for you.
EARING-DOWN pains are the
worst that women know. Jf
votare suffering from this trou-
ble you need not be uncertain
about it. The pains in the abdomen
and back that feel as if heavyweights
were.pullinfT down on the nerves of the
ptomach are "bearing-down pains".
They may not be particularly severe at
present Cut thry are growing worse.
That headache which nearly drives you
distracted now is caused by the terrible
Hit Tat Ltt.
R. R. Time Table
iJTl IH mi I I " -
tTl V San Pmncisco
Train 407 Possenger 11:35 am
Train 4W. Meteor 1;2' n
Train 411. Oklahoma Express .1:0 a m
Train 441 Local 7:15 am
Train408 Passenper 5.10pm
Train 4!0. World's r'ulr Special l-':h a m
Train 41i. Ksnsns City Express 14:43 a m
Train 440 Local tcuoara
MiAiirt KncAs And
Train 1. Passenger 4:.T6 a m
Trains Flyer 10:i)an
Train S. Passenger 6:W P "
Train 61 Local 1:45 pri
Train 8 Passenger 12: a n
Train 6. Flyer. 6:50 pni
Train 4 Passenger 10:51 a n
Train 60. Local .....11:59 a m
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ire the most fatal of dl dis-
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or mcricy rdnnCzi. Contain?
0 - j
nr;t pri73ichn5 cz U" ccct ;of
nervous tension . The nerves
soon bopin togive way under
the strain. You perhaps jump
at any unusual disturbance
or laugh or weep hysteri-
cally r.t no apparent cause.
That is what .Miss Fav Lee
cmi North Seventh Street
Kansas City Kansas was
coming to when she rescued
herself by taking Wine of
Cardui. "The Wine made
her a strong healthy woman
again as it has made a million other
women strong and healthy. By induc-
ing regular menstruation the entire
system is relieved of the terrible wasting
drains. The ligaments which hold the
womb in place are strengthened by a
healthy flow and that organ is returned
to its normal position. Returning
health is the result. This is what
Wine of Cardui has done for thonsands
of the best women in America.
If you need advice write The Ladies'
Advisory Department The Chatta-
nooga Medicine Company Chattanooga
Tenn. describing all your symptoms
freely and a letter of advice will be
sent you. Secure a $ 1 .00 bottle of Wine
of Cardui from your druggist to-day.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine cf Cardui.
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