The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 263, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 23, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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wahs at the separate state convention this week ft ith
p.cliibition on one wintf and tl.e fuliblooJ Cl.erokees on
the other the Col's. flight was somewhat impeded.
oje Daily Chieftain.
0. M. MARKS Editor
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Duly er Week by Carrier. J Cents
:Ui.r Month by Mail V.V.V.V.V.V. .ia 44
VINITA I. T.
A. P. Murphy lets see wasn't he elected to congress
f rom one of the hill districts of Missouri?
Now that the Separate State convention lias subsided
1 18 peace conference over at Portsmouth may proceed.
Judge Thomas declared in a speech at the separate
K'ate convention Monday that he was a teetotaler. This
!i;ay be jvcent but if the judge will stick to it a great
u iny friends will be gratified.
Itobt. L. Owen was the spokesman
M. K. & T. Special Kates
Special summer tourist rates to St.
Uu is and Chicago data of sale June
to September 30 1905. Vinita to
Chicago $27.60 for round trip. Vinita
to St. Louis 17.30.
nochi ctimmp.r tourist rate to El
tie . -ado Springs Mo. Vinita to Kldordo
f-prings. ana return m aay limit uw.
! day limit .35 dat e of sale daily
J une 1 to September 30 1905.
It is a pleasure to take Dr. Dade's
Lsttle Liver Pills and enjoy their tonic
fleet upon the liver boia Dy a. r
Miourl ValleLefigae Standing-
Won. Lost Pet.
Til tcVoirrr IA !." .722
I'trsons 51 37 .55
Muskogee 4S 42 .533
Fort Scott 44 43 .50
V?bb City 42 4S .4i7
VINITA -38 52 .422
Tulsa 35 52 .402
South McAlester -31 56 .300
Frisco Time Table.
410 Meteor (St. Iui JSJSm
41 1 -Meteor (K C - - U iH m
4 12 Eastern Express - 510 p in
i ) Meteor (St. IxmU - 1 S3 a m
4.1 - Meteor (K C - lMm
411 Oklahoma Enprosi - 1201 p m
W H DCK Agt.
i Missouri Kansas & Texas?
I Railway Time Card s
THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN
J 8T. LOUIS
K ANSAS CITY
J JUNCTION OITY
S IN THt NORTH
ND ALL POINTS BEYOND.
M.. K. &. T. GOING SOUTH
M. K. & T. Eipresa
4 03 a. m
5 Katy Flyer -
r . .... . U . I't
Nu 3 Local Passenger
I.St p. m
: Ni. 531. Way Freight S
1:15 p. m. i
K- & T. GOING NORTH
S o. 2. M.. K. & t. Express
J 11:3 p. m. J
i No. i. Local Passenger-.
9:50 a. m
' 6:30 p.m. J
5 No. 532 ay t reiht
1 2:00 p m
H A. FARTHING.
The Most Direct
Route from either north
or south to the Famous
Health R e s ort and
mm 1 1
Is via the
Inscriptive literature concerning
tlji delightful resort furnished
t.. -i appication to
Pxs'.engtT Traffic Department
A Oood Night's Rest
T e greatast tonic on earth is a good
:' it's rest. Resiles nights and the
;ib!e exhaustion of a hacking
;h are dread gangers of the poor
; iurartive. But wliy this fear of
i :!.t when a few doses of Dr.
iii-e's German Syrup will insure re--e:;;g
slep ent irely free from cough
r ij;ht sweat V Free expectoration
i the nwrnf:g w made certain hj
- :.j German ?yr:;p. It has cirwd
!.'! i t ion for forty years. Ttial
. ;p. l:i? littLies VjC At Wl-
i r l.rug store. dwr
V'ANTE! Mtn to learn car ber
.i hj. Few eaks complete. Posit-
inrHhtir;i top naes j ai l grad-
. . Can earn expends Lefore fin-
W Vi'ri'e t-'-hir. Mo!er Tirlr
-;e. 1 1. V.'ortii 1 Z-W
and of course that
be some other way
for the Ketoo-
First pabllnhed July 23 lttOS.
In the United States District court at Vinita in
the Northern district of th Indian Territory.
Gussle Brown. Plaintiff. )
vs. No. 2330.
Louis Brown Defendant )
The Iefendant Irfnis Brown is warned to ap.
pear in this Court within thirty days and answer
the com plaint of the Plaintiff Gussie Brown.
July 27 1905.
('HAS. A. DAVIDSON. Clork.
K. B. DAVIDSON Deputy.
Jas. S. Davenport. Attorney for Plaintiff.
G. B. Dennison Attorney for Non Eresident
1'irst Published July23 1005.
In the United States Commissioner's Court at
Vinita in the Northern District of the Indian
Jos. P. Seott Plaintiff J
vs No. 3557.
John H.JHarland Defendant. )
The Defendant John H. Uarland is warned to
appear in this Court within thirty days aud an-
swer the eouplaint of the Plaintiff.
Ordered at Vinita this 27th. day of July 1905.
WADE S. STANFIELD
t'nited fctates Commissioner.
Mr-Cullorh & Probaaeo. Attorneys for Plaintiff
Ueo. P. Fogle Attorney for Non-Kesideut Defend-
ant. Th Big Baxter Reunion
The 24th annual reunion of the
Inter-State Reunion Association will
be held at Reunion Park Baxter
Springs Kansas August 28toSeptem
ber 2 and will be the grandest and
biggest ever held. More than a hun-
dred noted speakers have been secur-
ed and the amusement features will
be of a high class. For privileges or
information of any kind write to
Chas. L. Smith License Agent Bax-
ter .Springs Kansas.
Quick Relief For Asthma Suiters.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords im-
mediate relief to asthma suffers in
the worst stages and If taken in time
will effect a cure. Sold by Peoples
Drug Store. ' dw
"I had diabetes in its worst form"
writes Marian Lee of iJunreath Ind.
"I tried eiRht physicians without re-
lief. Only three bottles of Foley s
Kidney Cure made me a well man.
Sold by Peoples Drug Store. dw
Having bought out Messrs Burkhal-
ter & Churchill we are in a position
to write all kinds of insurance. It
will pay you to see us before insuring.
25i-t Butler & Uoxfoey
The Only Way.
There Is no way to maintain the
health aud strength of mind and twdy
except by nourishment. There is no
way to nourish except through the
stomach. The stomach must be kept
healthy pureand sweet or the strength
will let down and disease will set up.
No appetite loss of strength nervous
ness headache constipation baa
breath sour risinirs rifting indiges
tion dyspepsia and al! stomach troub
les that are curable are quickly cured
bv the use of Kodol Dvsoeosia Cure.
Kodol digests what you eat and
strengthens the whole digestive appa
ratus old by Peoples Drug store aw
Football at Norman.
Xorman O. Aug. 23. The outlook
for the football team of the university
of Oklahoma this fall is brighter thtn
ever before. B. C. Owens has been
secured to coach the team Owens was
assistant under Yost the Grst year he
was at Michigan. The schedule this
year is the heaviest we have ever had
including Haskell Indians. Kansas
university K. C. Medics. Washburn
College Texas University and a num
ber of practice games ending with the
Terribie Swedes of Bethany on Thanks
giving diy. The team only looses two
m. 'J A- A..' K ivs i
At Pople a lruz Store.
Will cure any case of Kidney
or Bladder disease that is not'
beyond the reach of medicine. ;
GIVEN JP TO DIF. i
B. Fr'! !?'4 N. Viremia Pt Enl!1
J' 1. wrn : ' f-i-r r- er f. jars 1 vtf tr.. '.-"-l
n n a s laney and b iuer $ tiwuoo. J j.t I !j .
od was nnabj to vnrir. Tnrm ;.h-si-"iaii 'a '.el
tbnprilli'r'o op to a a. Fo.
t. si"' t "r th r-- .t ri-;i and tv. t"
k'f r ire --t r- -! s- t t- ' "t tak .:-f i9
wrcK.U L . 1 Wifceci.re.jr cureL''
Tw Clit SO Cents and J1.C3
to dode taxes is manifest everywhere
includes Viriita. There will have to
of reaching the holdings of some men
than simply putting them under oath. The board of
equalization has a hard task.
Tlie dream of Indian supremacy In the event of state-
hood for the Indian Territory Is Impossible of realiza-
tion. In the first place two states will not be made of
Indian Territory and Oklahoma. Should such a thing
happen however the domination of the Indian by blood
would prove to beau impossibility. The Indian is now
outnumbered about five to one in the Indian Territory.
The average Indian leader in each of the five tribes is in
bad odor among his own people as well as all others
who have ever come In contact with him and Ids polit-
first Published Aung. 9 1905.
Uni ted States of America 1
I ndian Territory s
Northern District j
Before Wade S. Ktanfield Unitod States Com-
missioner beeond enmmisHiouer's district North-
ern district Indian Territory sitting at Vinita.
Indian Territory Aug 9 lui5.
Wilson 4 Davia Plaintiff. 1
O. W. Moore Defendant j
The defendant (J. W. Moore is warned to
appear in this court within thirty davsand an-
swer the complaint of the plaintiff" Wilson &
Witness my hand this the th day ot August
1905. Willi S. HTANriiei.D
t'nited Wtates CommiHsioner.
Mefulloeh & Prohaseo Attorneys for the non-
resident defendant. .
Foley' Kidney Cure.
"Will cure Bright's Disease.
Will cure Stone in Bladder.
Will cure Kidney and Bladder Dis-
eases. Sold by Peoples Drug Store dw
SCHEME THAT WAS SPOILED
Central Feature a Portrait Which Met
with a Disastrous
It was thoughtful of Parkinson to
have a life-size portrait of bis Aunt
Jane when she wrote announcing her
Intention of paying them a visit Aunt
Jane Mrs. Ferklnaon's father's gister
was agod. and wealthy and otherwise
entitled to delicate attention relates
the Chicago Dally News.
It was a pastel portrait well execut
ed and handsomely framed. Mrs. Per-
klnaon burst into rapturous praises
when it came home.
"It is Aunt Jane to the life" she said.
"How pleased she will be! But why
didn't you have glass put on it?"
'The man wanted me to" answered
Perkinson "but somebody has told
me that pastels are better unglazed as
glass kind of spoils the effect So act-
ing from artistic motives I bade him
leavo out the glass. It looks better this
way don't you think it does nowT"
"Why yes I suppose to" said Mrs.
Perkinson doubtfully. "But Isn't it
likely to get Boiled?"
"Oh there's nothing to soil it" re-
plied Perkinson. "It may get mellowed
with time however and take on that
soft warm tone that's so becoming in
such works of art."
"Very well dear. You're an author
ity on such matters" said Mrs. Perkin
son. "Where shall we hang it?"
"A great deal depends upon the hang
lng of a picture" declared Perkinson.
"In order to get the besteffects one must
carefully study the advantages of loca-
tion and light Now where would you
say Is a good place?"
"Why I think over there by the win-
dow near the bookcase" said Mrs. Per
kinson after a thoughtful survey of the
"Good. We'll hang it there."
After many admiring looks at it In its
new position they left as Lena entered
to dust the parlor. -
A few minutes later Lena sought Mrs.
Perkinson with alarm in her face and a
particolored dust cloth clutched In her
"Oh Mrs. Perkinson the new picter!"
Mrs. Perkinson rushed Into the parlor.
Hearing her utter a shriek cf dismay
Perkinson quickly followed her thither.
nerving himself for the worst
It was an appalling eight that met
their eyes. All that was left of the
psstel portrait of Aunt Jane vras a few
smudgy concentrlo circles showing
where had passed a dust cloth wielded
by a vigorous but lndlscrlmlnatlng arm.
"Oh I'm so sorry ma'am" explained
the tearful Lena "It was such a kveer
picter for when I did try to wipe it
clean it did all come off."
"Oh dear!" mourned Mrs. Perkinson.
"It certainly did not take long to ac
quire a mellow effect" said Perkinson
bitterly. "I wish I had hold of that
chump who advised me to leave out the
glass. Lena you are a good and faith-
ful servant but evidently you are unac-
quainted with the peculiar properties
of these works of art commonly known
Just then the doorbell rang. It was
Hearts of cold-blooded animal will
beat for a comparatively long lime
after deaih or removal from the body
(if kept cool and moist) because of
powerful internal collections of nerves
known as ganglia whose automatic
impulrfps caube the regular contrac-
tions of the muscles. Similar gatiyiia
exist in m.n and othor warm-blooded
animals but their artion ia less pro-
longed. Scientists have ascertained
that a turtle's hart will tat after
removal if put on a piece of glass
kept cool and moist and covered with
a bell jar. I believe U has teen known
to b'at 36 or even 4S hours; 12 or li
hours is a common record. - - -
. 50 -
Frazee Hardware & Furniture Comp'y l
At iSCHLIECKER'S JEWELRY STORE
The proper care of the Eyes -will save all the worry . and misery that neglect of
them will surely bring.
Correctly fitted glasses will relieve all eye-strain caused by error of refraction.
I am prepared to test your eyes and fit you with the proper glasses. Should the
services of an occulist or physician be required I will promptly tell you so.
NicKle frame Spectacles or Eye glasses . . . $i.OO up.
Solid gold frame Spectacles or Eye glasses . . $5.00 up.
When you need Glasses call and see me.
26 SOUTH WILSON ST
Where Happiness Is hound.
Don't look for true happiness In the
mansions of the Tery rich where high
priced physicians are called in to doc-
tor everyailment. But seek it and find
it too in the comfortable homes of
the middle-classes and so called poor
where Greens August Flower is always
used to keep the family healthy to
cure all stomach troubles whether In-
digestion constipation dyspepsia loss
of appetite bilious attacks or torpid
liver. Trial bottle August Flower
25c Big bottle. 75c. Wimer Drug
Account summer tourist rates the
Frisco will sell round trip tickets to
Eureka Springs Hot Springs Ark.
and Eldorado .Springs Mo. at rate of
one fare plus $2.00. Tickets on sale
daily until September 30 1905. Final
return limit 30 days from date of sale.
Extension may be obtained on these
tickets by payment of the difference
of the rate at which the tickets are
sold and the regular 90 day rate. For
further particulars see Frisco agents.
C. Unger 211 Maple St Champaign
111. writes: "I was troubled with a
hack ing cough for a year and I thought
I had consumption. I tried a great
many remedies and was under the
care of physicians for several months
I used one bottle of Foley's Honey
and Tar. It cured me and I have not
been troubled since." Sold by Peoples
Drug Store. dw
DLCOD WILL TELL.
It takes lots of vitality nervous force and
strength to win a race. Blood roust b
pure and (rood.
Without gnod red blood a man has t
weak heart and poor nerve Thinness o'
the blood or anemia i common in nu n
and youiiu women and all those who work
indoor who do not fret enough gixA ox
yitc-n in their lunsrs consequently have too
many white blood corpUMlt s
Keep the erves nourished the heart
trcne the head cool the stomach vigorous
the liver active with a tonic which has
ttood the test of time and has a wide re pit
tation such 1)1. 1'ierce Golden Medical
Tonic contiatinir of large portion of
alcohol iron or cod liver oil rio mt brinf
the desired changes in the blood becauw
they do not enttr the svstem and are not
aUsoibed inl" the blood with the e rer
tion of the aii ohol. w hich shrivels up the
red blood co-piiM-lrs when it d'rs come in
contat t with them. Therefore dn not allow
the dealer to insult your intelligence by
telling you he has something n t! r than
Dr. I'u-rce liolden Medical Ili-covery.
The edit of ma;ltn? only "The I'eoplc'r.
Common S'-nse Medical Adviser." irj.As Urge
paes is sent fffe on receipt of twenty oe
one-cent stamps for the piper cover' d
book or thirty -one stamps for the ciotl
bound volume. Address I)r. K. V. l ierci
Buffalo N. Y.
hor constipation the true sev-ntific enre
is t'r. Pierci's Plta'ant I'ell-ts Mi'd.
barnis jet sure. MootLtr .iM can com
pare nlh them.
We are giving more than 50 per cent off on a
large assortment of the best makes of
Granite and Enameled
- Cooking Utensils.
See the goods and prices in our show window and
you will be convinced of the bargains we offer.
Spectacles and Eye Glasses
Jeweler and Optician.
hi untnuntt t
Vl CAPITAL I
1''e want your Account.
U'e want to get acquainted with You.
We will appreciate your business iarre or small.
We offer every accommodation consistent
m with safe Banking.
The Cherokee National Bank
Vinita Ind. Ter.
The Best Place to Buy
They are Drawing
Are the Prices at
Wright-Morel Shoe Co's
. t ... JJ
A dollar or two off a pair of shoes is something
tangible not the faked up and down figures you
get elsewhere but a reduced price in earnest.
The are shoes to fit
Blanco the Best White Polish
PART5 OF THE
tub - mu m mW
) SURPLUS J I
Shoes Is at the Shoe Store.
you and prices to fit a
any old Price.
Shoe Store Grow.-
If (wii-siliio fenil
your order in before
It. (to a. m. o driver
can take it oa
regular delivery trip
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Marrs, D. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 263, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 23, 1905, newspaper, August 23, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775886/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.