The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 5, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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Do you take in ;goods offered for sale?
Is it in the price or the quality or both?
If it is value we have
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That will certainly please. The quality is the best and the designs are attractive. Our method is to sell at as low a profit as we can afford and not at as large a
profit as we can exact. Come and witness that we are by far making the largest and best offering we have ever made in all classes of Furniture.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS . '
FRA2EE HARDWARE & FURNITURE COMPANY.
THE DRILY CnlEFTfilH
ioc a Week by Carrier.
40c a Month bv Mail.
I). M. Marks - - Editor.
H. Lrk Clot worthy ;
VINITA. IND. TER.. DEC. 5.
Official Paper of the Gty.
Pmidtnt Ronpevelt in his talk
on trust might have aairl that
trusts like Indian? are only good
under certain conditions.
The statehood situation will not
be complete until the introduction
of another "let-us lioger-a little-
longer" bill by P Leland goper.
The South tMcAlester Capital's
report of the eirgle statehood con-
vention at Clartmore is about the
silliest tbiDg seen in public print
in many a day. '
When Becreiary " "Hitchcock
turned Bob ; Owen down in the
matter of tbe collection of the $4-
000000 Cherokee claim he did at
least one good thing.
A glance at the map is sufficient
argument to convince any right-
thinking member of Congress that
there is no sense in the double
statehood talk indulged in by some
Of Cattle Need Not Be Recognized by
State Authorities. ; - -
Tbe repubiicais 61 Oklahoma
are considering calling a conven-
tion to go on record as t what
they want in th governmental
line. The resolution no doubt
could be condensed in one word
It tbe bill reported by tbe Sen-
ate committee on territories blocks
tbe way of Oklahoma to separate
statehood it will hv rendered
the Indian Teirn -ry e iooet valu-
able service v.i hmgait wver
Within h 'r v "iiyn me G r-t
the new year ni fr- nod ii
should bebovr ev-iy bueinura man
and in fact every individual lo b
gin to straighten up accounts. It. i
always well to b-sjm ine no ynr
with a clem) stii u)iii Uniit-oi
all that ie 'Hi- p-y urvu
owe and ttus rv-i rieri..
The Clarciuore ioKl" ciauln cd
conventiou lr "''y m nu'i
aa a bill fof th iI:li--io;i yl ttc
Indian Terr. tor. - (Jutxli'iun et
one stata tat loiiiiO ivir Niu'ng
members of botti houi- "t Omi
grees.' . This would b l gicl
outcome of a very complicated
matter and would be highly grmi
fying to the maeec.
Report from th Reform School.
J. G. Gluck ' superintendent
; Pruntytown W. Va. write: "After
tr;ir.tf all o'hf-r adve:ti&ed c(!U?h me-
dicines we have decided to use'o!ey's
Hooey aol Tar exclusively In the
West Virginia Reform School. I fiod
it the most effective and absolutely
baniileas." Sold by People's drug
j tore. dw
' Don't farnet tti Pick minnics at
' or hou-"" Friday f n h t.
The deoifion of the Cnited
States Bupreme court that certifi-
cates of inspection by the United
StateB Bureau of Animal Industry
arn : pot sufficient to insure the
shipment of cattle from state to
stale regardless of local inspection
au4 certificate5 1 has' greatly dU
turhed the cattlerreQ of the Soutbt
The National Live Stock Asso-
ciation baa been following the mat-
ter closely and has taken steps to
secure legislation which will en-
large the powers of the federal in-
spectors in this business.
The giat of the supreme court's
decision was that in tbe act of es-
tablishing the bureau of animal in-
dustry Congress did not specific
ally authorize it to certify cattle
as sound for the purpose of inter
state commerce but confined the
proper powers of that bureau to
investigating and stamping out
contagiou3 diseases. .
Where the state inspectors work
in harmony or do not demand an
additional certificate the federal
certificate has been sufficient hut
under the present law as con-
strued by tbe supreme court the
federal certificate is absolutely
void if objection is made by a state
and an additional local inspector
and certificate are demanded.
The live stock association thro'
its attorney Jude Springer will
present a bill to the present ses-
sion ol Congress which it hopes to
have acted upon speedily the ef
ft-ct of which will be that but one
-i tificate is required that Iroua
" f United S'atea bureau of ani-
in 1 Industry.
It beini at prent in the power
each flats i dr-mnod a c addi-
nal certith nt thi cattlemen
ntend ihi amm'" in transit
is tough a i licul er oi Mates are de-
3 ed and th-stiipper put- to un--essary
trouble and expense.
G VV Green Keleo;'; Sm Zeno
Spavinaw; Lee Todd Alois; John
Menenga' Kelso; Jeff D Sexton
Cleoraj J F Madisirti Big Cabin;
Lee Wifliams Kelso; J M Smith
Nevada Mo. Wyman Thompson
Kelcbum. - . '
The name of the new bank bus
not yet beftn determined but it
will probably be either iht Peo.
ple'a National or Farmers' ' Na
tional .Bank. . .
'Tbe' officers will probably be
'president Ft Mi Smith; vice pres-
ident J. P. Scott; cashier J. M.
Smith of Nevada Mo. brother of
F. M. Smith.
A Cold Wave. .
Tbe forecast yf.Htidden chanuen In
the weather serves notice that
hoarse voice and a heavy couta may
Invade the sanctity of health Id your
own. borne. ' Cautious people have a
bottle of One Minute Cougb Cure al-
ways at hand. E. II. Wise Madison
Ga. write-: "I am Indebted to One
Minute Coutfh Cure for ruy present
good health and probably my life"
It cures couh" colds" lanrjrte bron-
chlti'i pneumonia and all i.'uat and
lung troubles. One Mifnite Cough
Cure cuts the phlegm draws out the
inflammation heals and soothes the
mucous membranes and strengthens
the lungs l A. VV. Foreman dw
T.t t:.; KtM'hiJ i'i Viniia About
lb.? Fust of tbe Year.
.-r Nin.jl Bnk is to be
g uttti i'i Vinit in tim to he-
jj'i. buirifi ihn fir-t d the year.
T- rMi.iiHl ''ck will b 825.(JOO
..! u-f hnm f the new institu-
it.ti will pr'disrily h nn Wilson
A partial list uf th stockholders
given below snow that the new
btnk will have its share of the
business of Vinita and tbe sur-
rounding country. They are as
follows: Geo E McCulloch Geo
Kapp J A Leforce J P Scott G
M Martin E C Stretch F M Smith.
Newt Williams. W II Venters F
G Cowan Joe Harris G A Whit-
ney C A Tvler John W Webb of
Vinita; S G Wills' Whit- Oik;
thousand Dollars' Worth of Good.
A. II. Tliurnes a well known coal
operator of Buffalo O. writes. "I
bare been afflicted with kidoey and
bladder trouble for years passing
gravel or stones with excruciating
pain. I not. no relief from inclidries
I hcgaii lakiiikt E)Uey's Kidney Cure
Iheu tbe result was surprising. A few
do es started the brick dust like fine
stones and now 1 have no pain across
my k'dneysand I feel like a new man.
It has done.me a $1000 worth of good.
Sold by People's druir store. " dw
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests all classes of food tones and
strengthens the stomach and diges-
tive organs. Curei dyspepsia Indi-
gestion stomach troubles and makes
rich red blood health and atrength.
Kodol rebuilds wornout tissues puri-
fier frtrenirhens and sweeten the
stomach. U v. G. W. Atkinson of
W. Va. says: "I bpve used a number
of bottles of Kodol and have found it
to be a very effective and Indeed a
powerful remedy for t-ti mach ail-
ments I recommend It to my friend? '
A. V. Foreman. dw
Saved At Grave's Brink.
"I kii'iw I wsiii'i loon awo hav ben
in ny iiMf.' ' wi it-' Mr-. S II N.-u-t-iuii.
ot DsMtur A'; "irir' u" k ' "
lM;en for Kiei'irn- hitt-r. For lu-i"-year
I -oUWhcI untold nvO 'V ii im
I. lie wnr-1- fnrmii' imlUfSt.io i er-
l.rish io irvli "id b wH dy-m.-'a
Itut I fl Si-eller.. medicine 1 ' me t
world of tiuiKl. Since iihihu M. 1 ;in
eit heari-lly nd tiave irame-i :5
pound." Fur ii.diifectt'in Ii-m of mi-
petite toiunch. liver and kidney
trouble Electric Hntercarea p'lMtive
guaranteed cure. Only 50c at People's
and A. W. Foreman's drug stores dw
Coughs Colds and Constipation.
. Few people realize when taking
cough medicines other than Foley's
Honey and Tar that they contain
opiates which are constipating be-
side being unsafe particularly for
children. Foley's Honey and Tar con-
tains no opiate Is safe and sure and
will not constipate. Sold by People's
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N vl few days now dear old Santa Claus will make his annual
visit to our homes bringing- many useful and pretty presents q.
as remembrances of friendship and love j It is' a great big task
for him to remember just what each little pne Would like there
are so many nice things you know and so many different wishes
of.the little ones that' The Golden Rule feels like helping &
3 him a bit by finding out. what '.ill the little people' in and about Vinita
H would like best for him to bring them. The way we are going to do it is p.
to ask each boy and girl who is not over twelve years of age to write v
Santa Claus a letter telling in their own way what they would like to have
JOY Vlll IblUl-tJ. nutl Ik lO vvi JLHll vv want it pui 111 an ujviul ciiiu
The letter can be brought to the Golden g.
Rule store or mailed to us if you live too far K
away and we will print it in I he C hieftain
so that Santa Claus will be sure to see it.
Now we want you (if you are not too old) to
write a letter and to write it at once because
this is the busy season with the Christmas
Tree man. We know you will do so when
addressed in just this way?
TBI COLDSH BDLB.
we say that we are going to give
rises for Hlhe MiceM
Yes and good ones too so get your paper and begin Writing. See r
For the Nicest fetter
Written by any boy or girl not over
twelve years of age addressed as above
tilling what they would like for Christ-
inns and what they would do with them
or why they want them we will give
Five Dollars in Gold.
For the second best letter a cash
prize will bo given of
Three Silver Dollars.
For the next best letter we will give
One Silver Dollar.
These letters will be placed in the
hands of impartial judges who will care-
fully examine them and whoever they
say u entitled to the prizes will receive
them. Do not forget to sign your name
to your letter telling also your postoffice
address and your age as nge will be
considered in determining the result.
We know there are many little ones-
who would like to tell Santa their wants
yet perhaps they cannot write very well.
A printed letter would do just as well
and the nicest one sent in by any boy or
girl not oyer seven years old will receive a
Special Prize of One Dollar
These letters will be considered with
the others so there will be an opportu-
nity to secure two prizes.
Joints to rvemember.
Sign your name give age and address
address the envelope just as indicated
and deliver to the GOLDEN RULE in
person or by mail as soon as possible.
Wo want you to have a Merry Christ--mas
and will help you. If you want to
see how come to
The store where the dollar goes the farthest.
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 5, 1902, newspaper, December 5, 1902; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775390/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.