The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Monday, October 7, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY CHIEFTAIN
ioc a Week by Carrier.
oc a Month hy MpiI.
.3. M. Marks - - Editor.
II. Lke Clotwokthy
Associate Editor N
VINITA IND. TER. OCTOBER 7
A week ago Lord Kitchener was
asling the surrender of the Boere
:ow he is asking for 25000 more
There ia not one eingle oil or
mineral lease in the Cheiokee na-
Jior) granted under tribal laws that
j not void according to the terms
f the law under which it was
About the poorest and withall
She most uncertain support' a
newspaper ever claimed ia that of
Jbe politician. ' He is an unknown
quantity. One good steady busi.
news firm is Worth a car load of.
jolilicians when it cornea to the
jubstantial support of a news.
A prominent citizen remarked to-
day that open saloons would Dr a
jrood thing lor Vinita. The folly
f a remarklike thisominj; from a
jroprty owner cannot he depcrib
til in English that could go through
)he mi'ila. Whatever changes may
toru to thin country let tho open
jh!oo:i ha kept nul.
'There was never a time in the
Ji'a'yry of the Onerokee people
when they wore the nrriousnees
)hey do now. They are tip against
some extremely hard propositions
and are on the whol lefs hope-
Jul than formerly. With the mai-
ler of citizenship all at loose ends
nd threatening to he overwhelm-
ttl with freedmen claimants and a
thousand other evils no wonder
Ihey are serious.
Sunday hunting is getting to be
a common pastime with a num.
ler of Vinita people and farmers
lout town are complaining that
21 has grown to be a great nuis-
ance. Yesterday the constant fir-
ing of guns could be heard on
every eide from an early hour
throughout the day. It ia a mis-
demeanor under the law and it
romplaint is made to the United
States commissioner the offenders
will be punished and the thing
The daily Chieftain has just en
tared the fourth yesr of its exis
teocrt and is ue of the inetitu'ions
of the town and a product ;f the
nish And hu.-iness enterprise of
one of the very best towns in the
Indian territory. Like its parent
and predecessor the weekly Chie.-
tain it improve with age 'and
each year gets a firmer hold in the
way of business and influence.
The month of September whifb
closed iirf third year witnessed
the high water mark in its businesB
career as Ha receipts were greater
han any previous month. .The
people of Vinita show their appre
ciation of the benefits of a good
daily paper by a liberal patronage
which the paper is strenuously en
deavoring to merit. It is the am.
bition of the Chieftain to note and
help to shape for good the trend of
afiairs in this country and more
particularly in this city.
Stroke Proved Fatal.
Dick Karnes who suffered an apo-
plectic stroke on the street Saturday
morrilii: died without rcyainin;; con-
sciousness Saturday evening. ' The
decedent was an Englishman by Lirth
an I until recently was employe! as a
tiutcher hy'the Zeno Grocery Co.
Previous to coming U) this city he re-
iii'el at Parse-as Kansas Of late he
l:;id l;een drinking heavily and u
nniiibei of empty lemon extract Lot-
tics found in his room tiild the
primary cause of his death. The in-
lenmiit loo!; place yesterday t lie city
meeting l lie ex.uMise.
A 'Stlicli in time saves nine" and-
a dose of liatlard's Ilureliound Syrup
at. tho lK-ginningof a cold will t-ave
you many weary hours and even day
of distressing and narrating cough.
Price Hoc and f0.i at People' Drng
Union League Services.
A well attended meeting of the
Union League was held at the Pro
lix tci Ian church yesterday afternoon.
The interesting services were led by
l)r C. W. Day. The next meeting of
the league will be held the first Sun-
day in November at the Episcopal
Joe Davis Is now occupying his
haudsonic new tonsorial parlor south
of Tost Oltlce where he would be
pleased to see all ofhUold patrons.
All metropolitan conveniences tf
There are over two hundred tele-
phones in u?e in Vinita and the ex-
change Is etlUient enough but the
charges sho ild be reduced. At pres-
ent the rate Is $1.50 for residence and
52 50 fur ofiice: $1.00 for the former-and
$1.50 for the latter would be
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X ytU' s F-il 1)
i ! mmi .. T Tiiniin .m
Wc are in a position at this
time to sliow the handsomest line
of furniture you ever looked at
and our prices are lower than
In Library Tables we have
the finest you ever looked at.
Jn Hall Trees our lino is the
best they make and at tho lowest
Rockers as fine as they are
made and prices can always be
A line of center tables that
leads all others in the southwest
for quality and beauty.
This is just a sample of the
good tilings wo have to show you
when you visit our store.
Sam R. Frazee
Day Phono 110 Night Phone US
I guarantee Velvet Starch to euit
you. D. IlicUs.
t I 1 iU IJi .tn J 'in ' '
As the days are growing shorter it is frequently still dark when it is
time to get up. You'll oversleep unless you have
a thoroughly reliable alarm clock
THAT WILL WAKE YOU
at the right moment. I have clocks that Mill help you get to work
on time they dont cost a great deal and are full warranted.
ONLY 98 CENT5
Other clocks from $2 to $15; when you want a clock come see them.
I' ne and complicated watch repairing a specialty. Motto: Not the
cheapest but the BEST work at all times.
No. 36 Sc jth Wilson St
Jeweler and Optician.
Strik.s a Rich Find.
'I was troubled fr several years
with chronic indie-tinn and nervous
debility" wiites F. JGren of Lan-
caster N. II. "Nil remedy helped rise
until 1 began u-ing Klectric liitters
wiiich did me tnnr' good than all the
inedlcines I ever ued. Tht-y 1 ave
also kept my wife in excl'erit heal'h
for years. She nis El-ctric IMteis
are just splendid for female troubles;
that they urea grand tonic and In
vigorator for weak nin duwri women
M other medicine can take Its place
In nur famil)." Try them. Only 50c
Satisfaction guaranteed by People's
an 1 A. V'. Foreman's drug t-tores. dw
to .1 rJ
Iiuy Velvet Stared
beautiful apron free
and receive a
Wallen & Wll
Blown to Atoms.
The old idci in at the b idy sotne-
tiuies needs a powerful dras
tic purgative pill tu been exploded;
for Dr. iving'a New Life Pill which
are perfectly hartnle-s gently Ktiinu-
late liver and hJweU to expel poi-
sonous tnaUer.cleanse the systiin and
absolutely cure constipation and hick
headache. Only at People's and
A. V. Foreman's drug store. dw
Mrs. 15. Lames sUter of Capiain
White left t iiay for a visit with
friends at Pillion Kansas.
I k C. C. C. I Realty Apr
. 1 ' 11 . . n 1 ... m.wrti. roflf Af Ipacp PI
II you nave anyining 10 bcij ut nsui tu uy -"jr f"p-'ts -"
lands. The Eig 4-C Realty agency will find buyers for anything you may
have to sell or want to purchase. Ofiice in the
Western Hotel Building.
The agency is engaged in a general real estate and brokerage trade mak-
ing plats of lands giving legal descriptions of sections of holdings in each
township executing deeds contracts leases pension papers making col
lections; selling farm improvements stocks of goods; expert accounting and
notarial work. The Eig -C Realty agency is the best euoippec agency in
the Indian Territory to give pood service and reliable information pena.n-
ing tothe CHEROKEE CHICKASAW CHOCTAW and CREEK nations
for the reason that several of the officers have been for a numoer 01 years
in the government service as surveyors and appraisers giving them a thor-
ough knowlege of the official survey and grading of the lands m the several
nations. Give us your patronage and you will get good service at reason-
able prices. All communications should be addressed to the E:g 4-C Rea.tr
Agency Vinita I. T. J. II. Arter president; Davis Hill treasurer; II. L.
Eaker vice president; M'm. Higgins secretary.
Little Is thought and le is known
by the average man concerning the
lives and alius of the 400.00J men and
boys who delve under the surface of
the earth in places of dtrknes aud
danger where hardly a day goe by
without regarding tLe death by falls
of rock coal urfdate or inoie than one
unfortunate miner. An article on
this oubject at once impartial and
vitally iutereung is com litutcd to
The Co-uiopoliiari for October by
John Mitcnell Piesnlent or the
United Mine Worker whom every
one recalls a the man who organized
the miners and carried through to a
successiui termination tne gieai an-
thracite strike of 1900.
The Cosmopolitan for October is
full of entertaining fiction. Thomas
A. Janvier for some lime not een in
the magazine!) itapiiears in The Cos-
mopolitan wita a Mexican Mory of
love and adventure Forfeit to the
Gods." Uret J I arte w hue "condenceii
novels" won t.im so much fame con-i
tributes a sMe-'itting parody of
Hall Cane's "The Christian' Irving
Hacheller write a dint sketch of a
Ittle New York inn "The Shadow of
HarpincsV L. V. Keiubl tells a
qort huninrous ftory of "II iw the
Huzzards Worked a Srell' while CJara
Morris' love Mory reveals her us an
accomplished writer capable of an-
alyzing and sympathizing with man's
A fch'irt while ago The Of mopo ii
tat- published an arfcle ty a well-
known writer under the num de
plume if Uaff.rd Pvkc o-t "Wiat
Women Like in Men" which created
wide Interest not -n!y in America
but also in England. The P.eview o
Ileviews of indon -aid that the
article showed "rare symtathy rarer
penetration and rarest knowle1ge of
woman's niture." In The G-rno-polit
an for Octotinr t he ame authur
riiC!;sse with trili'ance and ken-
rip.s "What Men Lik in Women.
There are few In all the world who
would not care to posses the piss-
rort to a rnan'i or a wmmn'i a!Tec-
tion and it i d-.ubtf.il If truer word j
were ever writlen atftnt a protlem
which ha of-cupiel th1 worll from
tte r Tlir-t 1 ivi f whkl; there any
rec(-rd thin tho-c of thN p dated lit-
TWO PERFORMANCES RAIN OR SHINE
2 AND S O'CLOCK P. M
Great Educational Exhibit
J V.I V . I
m i3 r
J rAYKEE C!LK VIL9 VE5T
Exciting Thrilling Reproductions of Modern
and Romantic History Portrayed by In
dians and Natives of Many Countries.
Cowboys Hunters Guides and Scouts Boomerang Throwers
Mexican Lariat Kings Gaucho Bolus Experts.
1000 MEN AND HORSES 1000
Daring Western Lady Equestrians; Tho Diminutive Stage
Coach The Lilliputian Prairie Schooner and Hundreds of
Other Features for the Little Folks' ' Aramuscmcnt.
Champion Rifle and Pistol Shots.
Bedouin Arabs of the Deserts Russian Imperial Cossack Troop-
ers Detachments from the Amdes of the World Hiding
Shoulder to Shoulder in Dazzling Reviews and Mili-
tary "Evolutions Superb Ilorsmen in the Most
Elaborate Uniforms of Civilized Nations.
10000 Seats For 10000 People
Under Waterproof Canopies that Encircle tho Vast Arena.
Strange and Startling Street Parade at 10
A. M Daily. Don't Miss It.
Proper PrintinTIie Chieftain Office
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Monday, October 7, 1901, newspaper, October 7, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775352/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.