The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Monday, October 7, 1901 Page: 1 of 4

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VO.f . .4 NO. 2.
Race Against Time to Terri-
tory Points Between the
Great Systems.
Arouses Katy Official to Strenu-
ous Efforts and Faster Train
Service Will be Established
Between Kansas City And
The Territory.
As a result of the plana of the
'Frii-cu passenger department to
estb!i-h fast train service between
Kue&H City ami Oklahoma In
dian territory and Texas points
the managt merit uf the. .diss ouri
Kansas & 'lVxas railway is cousid
fcrii; a rearrangement of train t-er-
vice Hilt) the two territories ur
Aithnu-'u the Miami-Alton "cut
off ives the 'IV. .-. i yu ia a lu.e
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It (Jo v i ve uiiu ri:iu u etui ici '
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1UUIC II. U.l'l UmJ .
torv end Ttx.H than the Kty.
Coupequ-mtly t iauer rutd is in
a position to combat any pa-te: gr
move that the former line may de
cide to unke. At i'r ris-a the
Katy train ltavea K&nta-t City al
9;0u at night arid connects al Far-
eons with the through train which
arrives there al 2:10 in the nam-
ing. However this ia net the
Katy "llyer" as the fast train to
Texas arrives at Parsons at 8:30 in
the morning. .Such & rearrange-
ment may bo made that the Kan-
sas City train will connect with
the "flyer" at Parsons inslcad of
the tlowtr train. It is expected
that the through train to be Cftab-
li;hed by tb 'Frisco will be a
night tram out of Kansas City.
Not only will the Katy" teke
steps to improve the train itrviee
out of Kansas city to points in Ok-
lahoma Indian territory end Tex-
as but the ifat.ta Fe and Ruck Is-
land roads are cxp' tnl to shorten
present fthedules as a result of
the 'Frier) it-curing a elrter
route. The "cut- fi"' gives the
Frisco a line ct;.-uler.ib!y eh -ru r
than either the Snis Fe or Rack
Island into Oklahorca and Texas.
As toon as the schedule of the j ew
'Frisco eervicu i- announctd the
other three iQ'vU that pratlically
enter the srue ttruory wiil pr.ib-
e':y mke clr.; accurtlsngly.
In anaeuiii at;-.I tati w-..meir aii-
tucut the digcMi.'ti i wMk lh:
makijirf of o lur. f.-.h and
out of f'jf d i iuij't rfit o th;it lie
patient it weak wan nervous and
djpci tic. Tui c.ndigo.Q can 1 c cor-
rect c J by taking a cuur-e of Itcrb!ae.
l'ricc 50c at IV . i ' c" 2rur store d-w
A. F. Chamberlain Is the chttur'.vti
turnip raiser of this e:lion. Nt-
witbUanaingr the lon drouth ha has
a fine patch of thcai !i hi gardca ia
the wclcro i art of town.
Cora-buskers" grained wrists barb-
el wire-cuts burn truiscs severe
laceration an 3 external Injuries ( t
aoy kind arc iomjlly an4l ban--?
cured t-y arpsjir Iialiard it.'w
Lin I'll eel. I'rico Z"c asd 50 c at lo-
p'.e'a Drug Store. dw
Ba Velvet Starch a r 1 receive a
lautifat trron free. Wal'.en Wii-
Qangof Young Hoodlums Drink Boozs ;
And Get Courage. ;
A gang of the young hoodlums
who loaf around the strrets by day
and work up courage on 1 t-runa
and other brands of booze by night
broke loose last night and attacked
several negroes who were return-
ing from church.
The first victim of these would'
be bad men was a negro named
Fergurson employed aa a cook by
Dr. Oliver Bagby who was at-
tacked near the First National
Bank. As the negro failed to show
light the gang worked up enough
courage to stop the long range at-
tack with rocks and used their fista
on the frightened man. Aftjr b-
ing knocked down a half dozen
times he escaped from the gang
and made his way home minus
his coat and badly bruised.
This ea-y victory supplemented
by mere booze resulted in increas-
ed courage and a negro named
John Itos-i wa selected m the teeo
ond victim.
Daring the melee a couple of
shots aid to have bt-en fired by
IlofS tapped the couraj'e of the
rnl and they to..k lo their he-Is.
Constable Chandler later
rented Tom Moi.hau one of the
hrro s and 1 ktd him up in the
citv jiit. Other arrests mil be
msd a! soon tliw iiieiabers of
th -.!:. who nx" ki ovvn. can be
ltC ilr J.
Jude (Jill when i'. formed o!
the part that Mona -liau had play
ed in the trouble ordered him to
be brought into bid court this alter
noon. A suspended sentence for
assault to kill is tangtng overhim
and it ia thought that the court
will sentence bira to a term at Mus
kogee this afternoon.
HnJIay LooWInj For Man Who Can
Transform Rabbits into Beef.
After examinh g Use appetites o
the federal prisoners at Muskogee
during the past vteek Kmo. I ind
lay has returned to Kansas and an-
nounced that if he can get a proper
assistant he will take the contract
nf f-fdini7 them.
He wants a mar who can make
the well muscled kickers of the
long-eared jack garnished with
alfalfa look like a filet Chateau-
briand. No other need apply.
The Kansas drought ration will
also have his attention. He ha?
t at til that hi 1 1 m i a ton Vftlnal!
to keep tab on the molar ftrrkts
of the jail b;rdt: and wants the as.jechaol 31; attendance in the four
fci-Unt to be man of die crttion j echco? obo.
who will see that they do not work!
Vueir ivories ovettisu.
He has sot discovered his man
s yet.
Just One Dottle.
Scatnsnnn Ks. N' v. 1? I'.-' .
pej via Syrup Co.
Mootieello Hi.
Sir: About three m-.nth a:o I
had occaMr. t ' ue -otje. r.;nfc' for
; i u?t; . v. j v. " - . - i
Your money back If Velvet Starch
doe5 not please you. Mrs. r.a.eo.u -We
have seen the frail Infar.t w Vr.
conUpathn. One tMtle of I'r.Ca!cl- f H City jt-steraay. Jie i.rougnt ois
wells ?yrup Trp.n a all. I hive j dn Pome who has been la the bos-
ten dofns buinf with your Sraii.. f0r somc time fcr treatment
over a year ani fin it like your imnrovel Sn hea'th
icioes jr. Stable and rlear.t. j m-ca iruprovci la heatn.
T'n c KEEXF;h j The Excelsior Steam Laundry will
Sold ty iVarur - ing general family laun-
. I dry work next week and will be p.eas-
the faint struf'e forexstcoce ncr.r
ilrr.t ended resuscitated ard ro i '
strongly the tse of White's Crc--"ernjlfcge.
Trice C? at Per;'.
I)n: Stcre.
$4$ '"-Ty
As' i
sal- '-S
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Attendance at High Schools.
The following is the report of
Prof. Benj S. Coppack United
States School Supervisor for the
Cherokee nation regarding the
classified attendance at the national
high schools:
High echool department Male
seminary seniors 8 juniors 7
sophmores 23 freshmen 32. Fe-
male seminary seniors 11 juniors
15 Eophmores 22 freshmen Si.
Orphan asylum sophmores 4
freshmen 9. Colored high school
sophmores 3 freshmen 9. Total
19 seniors 22 juniors 52 soph-
mores 84 freshmen or 177 in the
high school department of the four
schools. Intermediate Male sem-
inary C Female seminary 79;
Orphan Asylum 37; Colored high
school 9: total 1SS. Primary
mlw seminary 50; female semi-
nary CO; Orphan asylum 107;
colored high school 13; total 220.
Number in each school mala sem-
inary 183 female seminary 211;
j orphan asylum lor olorea bigu
Happiness defend vOry touch on
the c- t.d it i .n of the liver an 1 kid-
'' neys. The i' of life make but little
it::f-rcssion tn thofe who c digestion
in t ..J. -You can regulate your liver
and kidnevs with Herhine and enjoy
health and touvaocy of stirits. Trice
50c' at People's Dru Stcsre. d-w
Y.'. II. Tarrent returneJ from Kan-
el to give full iuformation in regard
t - rA r ?r . in all tb.pir ratrnns ana
..wv- - - -
l.'M who are icteres'c-d. tf
dlllcnaire arrctite with a scant
"k : has made many a dyspeptic.
'. C .Idwcll's Syrup PepjiQ will cure
- -ia. Sold by People's drug
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(jUARAN I hh.
Percival B. Palmer
and Company.
The Palmer Garment
We guarantee every garment bear-
ing ovr registered trade mark to he
made from durable cluth thoroughly
sponged and prepared before manvfue-
luring: lie garautec the trimmings and
lining to ')c strong and durable (jiving
eipuaUg satisfactory near to that of the
We guarantee the vorlmanship to
be. of the higest ordir and every gar-
ment cut and 'made in uell vent'daft d
roomts where the dkM approved re gala
tioa for sanitation- are employed. We
will replace any garment which ivth
ordinary care dns not prove satisfactory.
Manufacturer of Cloak J Suits & SMrU.
W. R. Badge!!.
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11:2 PER
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1 P. G. BrofflniDg & Co 1
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100 F

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