The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 80, Ed. 1 Monday, January 22, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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hlE VINITA DAILY CHIEFTAIN.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY JANUARY 22 190.
PRICE TEN CENTS PER WKEK
L. VIII. NO. 80
II The Great News Items First In The Daily Chieftain The Associated Press
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Hire boutnwesx in ine unp
ihe Storm King- Railway
w Traffic at a Standstill
jto. Louts Mo. Jan. 22-A blanket
jBleet two inches thick covered the
pund this morning with the temper-
nre sixteen degrees above zero
feet car and railroad traffic is badly
layed. Telegraph communication
kh Chicago and points east was very
r during the early morning ana
idenly ceased altogether at eight
Block. At telegraph offices it was
jted that communication was being
fleeted east of here is a slow round-
put fashion but the service was
jl.y interfered with on account of
Communication with the East was
established till 11 o'clock. At
t hour Chicago still remained
ansas City Jan. 22 Close to zero
th high wind and at some points
it snow were weather conditions
lay in this part of the southwest.
fhe coldest point reported by the
il weather bureau was at Dodge
ty Kansas wnere ine rnermomeier
listered two above zero.
it Kansas City Oklahoma City and
jhita it was twelve above. Topeka
listered nine above. Predictions
for zero weather general over this
jnowstorm is general throughout
in southeastern Kansas a blizzard is
fing street car traffic is suspended
all trains are late.
uth McAlester I. T. Jan. 22
part of the Indian Territory is
y In the grip of a genuine bliz-
d. A blinding snow storm driven
a high wind raged since last night
ftlng the snow badly and bringing
traffic to a standstill. The storm
Ji8 worst experienced for years.
New York Jan. 22-Telegraphic
pnmunicat ion with Chicago was cut
at 9:35 this morning. Just before
i wires went down news was receiv-
that a terrific sleet strm was do-
; much damage within a radius of
evenly miles of Chicago.
bicago Jan. 22 Chicago is cut off
jpm news of the world today on ac-
lunt of sleet storm which prostrated
res in every direction. Business is
rtailed greatly by the stalling of
Ireet car lines the sleet forming on
lils. Hundreds of thousands of peo-
e are seriously affected by the tie up.
Lincoln Jan. 22 In eastern Ne-
ttska this morning it is one degree
Sove zii A hard wind but no
I Ft. Smith Ark. Jan. 22 Sleigh-
here today first in Arkansas for
es Moines Jan. 22 Zero all over
Iwa. High wind damaged the wires.
St. Joseph Jan. 22 St. Joseph is in
grasp of a blizzard.
OF LIVES LOST
Rio Janerio Jan. 22 Brazilian tur-
at ship Aquidaban was sunk at Port
lacarepagua. south of Kio Janero as
the result of an explosion on board.
It is reported that three hundred of
the crew perished and only one officer
1 A neglected cough or cold may lead
lo serious bronchial or lung troubles.
lont take chances when toleys
loney and Tar affords perfect security
serious effects of a cola reopies
City Council Makes Contract
With Electric Light Co.
At an adjourned meeting of the city
council Saturday night an ordinance
was passed contracting with the Vinita
Electric Light Ice & Power Co. for
thirty-one arc lights for the use of the
city to be of two thousand candle
power of standard inanfacture and
modern design. The lights are to
burn on the Philadelphia Moonlight
Schedule and to burn all nights when
needed or when the moon is not show-
ing or does not give sufficient light.
The city hall and tire department is
to be lighted free not to exceed
twenty-five sixteen-caudie power
lamps. The price to be paid for street
lights is $6 50 per calendar month
each. All over thirty-six such lamps
are to be charged for at the rate of
$6 up to forty lights. The franchise
is for nine . ears from the 21st of last
November and the company has until
May L 1906 to insU 1 its lights. The
city reserves the right to purchase the
plant at the expiration of the fran
chise at its real value at that time
but does not bind itself to do so.
Improvement Over the Present
Schedule of Twelve Hours
Washington Jan. 20. By an order
Issued at the Postofflce department
today a new fast mail service through
the Indian territory and into Texas
will be established. It will embrace
about one thousand miles of territory.
The Missouri Kansas & Texas at an
early date will install a fast train to
connect with tha Frisco at Vinita I.
T. and operating in conjunction with
the Houston & Texas Central and
Western Texas mail .'ill leave St.
Louis at 2:45 o'clock in the morning
over the Frisco and arrive ut Vinita
at 12:30 o'clock the same day.
The Kansas City mails will be car-
ried on a Missouri Kansas & Texas
train which will have left Parsons
Kas. at 11 a. m. and will be waiting
at Vinita for the Frisco. Leaving
Vinita at 12:45 o'clock the train will
reach Deuison Tex. at 6:15 p. m
with stops at Wagoner Muskogee
South McAlester and Durant L T.
At Denison the mails will be difided.
A portion will leave over the Houston
& Texas Centra! at 0:30 p. ru. arriv-
ing at Houston at (i.10 a. m. and at
Galveston at 8 a. m. The second
batch of mail will continue over the
Missouri. Kansas & Texas reaching
Fort Worth at 8:55 p m. and San
Antonio at 8 a. m. It was said at the
Postofflce department the new sched-
ule would mean an improvement over
the present schedule of from ten to
twelve hours for 3ome of the Indian
territory and Texas points. The date
for putting the new schedule into ef-
fect nas not beer decided upon.
It is difficult to cure a cough or free
yourself from the discomforts of a cold
uuless vou move the bowels. Bee's
Laxative Honey and Tar acts on the
bowels and drives all cold out of the
system. For croup whooping cough
colds and all lung and bronchial affec-
tions no remedy is equal to the origi-
nal Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar. A
Liquid Cold Cure. So.'d by A. P. Owen
Many children are poisoned and
made nervous and weak if not killed
outright by mothers giving them
cough svrupc containing opiates. Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar is a safe and cer-
tain remedy for coughs croup and
lung trouble and is the only promi-
nent cough medicine that contains no
opiates or ether poisons. Peoples
Drug Store. dw
Suspected of Having Looted
Dale Bank of Four Thousand
Dollars in Currency
Oklahoma City Jan. 22 -J. A. Mc-
Farland a prominent business man of
Dale was arrested on the train at
Choctaw Junction today by Sheriff
Grace on suspicion of having been
connected with the robbery of the
bank at Dale Sunday morning. Mc-
Farland was formerly vice-president
of the bank. Yesterday reported rob-
bers broke into the bank safe and es-
caped taking with them four thous-
and dol ars in money.
Hopkinsville Ky. Jan. 22-A mob
of three hundred Sunday took Ernest
Baker a negro from Trigg county jail
and hanged him from a beam on the
city scales near the court house at
Cadiz. Baker attempted criminal as-
sault on an eighteen year old girl
"Ham an' Nix is Coming."
Gordon & Gilbert the two happy
boys will appear at the Opera House
January 29th in the latest musical
gayety 'Hans An' NT." The two
jolly comedians have apparently found
in this play an entertainment entire-
ly suited to their peculiar methods.
It is reported to be one of the funni-
est amusement offerings of the day
and is said to abound in attractive
musical numbers of the most catchy
type. Gordon & Gilbert are assisted
by a thoroughly capable company.
City Marshall Notice.
Owners of water closets and out
houses who have not complied with
the city ordinance condemning all
such places not connected with sewer
and water are warned that they are
subject to arrest and that the Jaw
will be enforced. These places in the
blocks included in the ordinance must
be removed at once or prosecution will
H. E. RiDKNiioun City Marshal.
No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con-
coctions are taken into the stomach
when Hyomei is used. Breathed
through the inhaler the balsamic
healing of Hpomei penetrates to the
most remote cells of the nose and
throat and thus kills the catarrhal
germs heals the irrilated mucous
membrane and gives complete and
Hyomei is the simplest most pleas-
ing and the only guaranteed cure for
catarrh that has ever been discovered.
Complete outfit 91; extra bottle 50
For sale by People's Drug Store.
A Life at Stake.
ny friends of G. H. Hausan
L. E. & W. R. R at present
ima. .. will be pleased to
ring Foley's Kidney Cure
jommwnd to all especially
vho are usually similarly
Peoples Drug Store dw
Indigestion is easily overcome by
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be-
cause this remedy digests what you
eat and gives the stomach a rest al-
lows it to recuperate and grow strong
again. Kodol relieves Indigestion
Belching of Gas Sour Stomach Heart-
Burn etc. and enables the digestive
organs to transform all foods into the
kind of rich red blood that makes
health and strength. Sold by Peoples
Drug Store dw
A Liqud Cold Cure.
For coughs and colds no remedy is
equal to Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar the Liquid Cold Cure. It is
different from all others bet er be-
cause it expels all cold from the sys-
tem by acting as a cathartic on the
bowels. Gives strength to weak lungs.
Affords immediate relief in Croup
Couglis Colds Whooping Cough etc.
Children love it. Sola by- Peoples
Drug Store. dw
S.iow and Northwest Wind for
Last Twenty-Four Hours
A storm of unusual severity has been
raging here for more than twenty-four
hours. The snow began falling Sun-
day noon and has continued ever since
with high winds from the northwest.
The snow is drifting badly and travel
from the country lias practically been
suspended. Reports from the north
indicate that the wires are not down
nor railroad traffic intertered with. It
is dc-idedly the hardest storm of the
winter and stock will undoubtedly
Washington Jan. 22 In the Su.
p me Court a motion was made for
advancement of hearings in Seua-
tor Burton's ease. Motion was made
by solicitor general Hoy t for Govern-
ment and concurred in by ex-secretary
Carlisle in Burton's behalf.
"Red Sunday" Observed by a
Strike in Russia Several
Killed by Infantry
Warsaw Jan. 22 The anniversary
of "Red Sui day" was observed here
by the strike of factory employes.
Detachment of Infantry tired on a
number of Socialists. Several were
St. Petersburg Jan. 22 Everything
quiet here today.
Algecira Jan. 22 -Moroccan confer-
ence today adopted tive out of sixteen
articles contained In the report of the
committee on contraband arms.
Backache is never known to those
persons who tnke an occasional dose of
Pineules The value of the resin ob-
tained from the pine tree has long
been recognized in the treatment of
diseases of the bladder and kidneys.
One dose of Pineules will give relier
and one bottle will cure. Sold by A.
P. Owens Druggist. dw
Inducted Into Office With Due
i Waahlnirfnn .Tun 99 TCnaivn Ghas.
T. Wade charged with the responsi-
bility for the explosion of the gunboat
Bennington in San Diego California
harbor some months ago has been ac-
quitted by court martial.
Judge Luman F. Parker Jr. was
installed into the office of Judge of
the northern district Saturday after-
noon with due ceremony Judge Gill
administered the oath of office and
Judge Parker was escorted to the bar
by Judge G. B. Denison the oldest
member of the bar at this place and a
personal friend of J udge Parker. The
regular term of court opened at No-
wata today Judge Parker on the
OF CITY OF
Washington Jan. 22 -The State De-
partment Is in recelptof a cablegram
from Guayaquil Ecquador announc-
ing the surrender of the City of Guay-
aquil. Capt. G. S. White has secured the
general agency for the Natural Hen
Incubator with all Its utilities brood-
ers coops egg-producing formulas
lice and mite formulas etc. See him
or write for Information. Also agent
for the best Poultry paper published.
Capt. G. S. White
68 lmo Vinita I. T.
These are the terms during: our
Big Reorganization Sales
Saturday Jan. 20 to Saturday Feb. 3.
So Follow the Crowd
Ours is the most complete stock to
Badge! t Sanders
After February 1st
VINITAS BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
l S iBi lJi Wk $1 ft H jB WA M $A fflh I
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 80, Ed. 1 Monday, January 22, 1906, newspaper, January 22, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775739/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.