The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 5, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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j Dort Scrape
' and hack with a poor razor. A good one
the extent of our line of CUTTLE RY it
must be carefully examined. It consists of
a fine lino of table kitchen and pocket
Frazee Hardware and
is not expensive. We have them from $1
up. We carry the celebrated Clauss razors
and shears under our own brand.
Fr&zee Hardware aipd
I Day 11G.
Furniture Comply. gj us. - . Furniture company. g
THE DRILY CHIEFTAIN
ioc a Week by Carrier.
40c a Month by Mail.
3). M. Marks - - Editor.
II. Lkb Clotwoiithv
VINITA. IND. TER.. AUG. 5.
Official Paper of the City.
Vote for title!
Neal England of Afton is
preaching the gospel of ratification.
The statement that the oil com-
panies favor the treaty would draw
a wise smile from the Celtic phyei
egnomy of "Mike" Cudah;
TREATY OR THE CURTIS LAW?
Under the' above caption V. L.
Trott has issued a pri.Ud argu-
ment against the ratification of the
pending treaty which in a way .ia
unique. It ia an illogical master-
piece; a flimsy tissue of puerile
repetitions of exploded misrepre-
sentations. A complete analysis
of its weird assertions would oc
tupy time which they in no way
deserve. One of the most grotes-
que features is the assertion that
the treaty is favorable to -the oil
tompanies. No one knows better
than Mr. Trott that the oil leases
were granted under the provisions
of the Curtis Act and that the rat-
ification of the treaty will invali-
date those unholy instruments and
drive the oil pirates out of busi-
ness. The most bitter enemies ot
the treaty are the oil men and the
. only consistent campaign that is
being made against its ratification
is being conducted by their Bgents
with their money. A fact known
to all and ot which a man as con-
versant with Cherokee affairs as
Hr. Trott must certainly be cog-
nizant. It is this "beneficent"
Curtis Act which has thrown the
treasure vaults of the nation wide
open to these professional looters
which Mr. Tiott wildly appeals to
the Cherokees to accept in lieu tf
a measure which makes each citi-
zen steward of his own. Probably
the most flagrant misrepresenta-
tion in this most marvelous col-
lection is found iu the repetition
of the assertion that the treaty
grants each alternate section' of
land to the railroads. Mr. Trott
sould have employed bis time to
better advantage when he wrote
that paragraph by coming to this
office and receiving a check for $100
by adducing proof of his assertion.
Mr. Trott well knows that there is
a standing offer from this office to
pay the sum of $100 to anyone
who can fehow where the treaty
tontains any such illegal provi-
sion. The entire document 11
woven out of just such palpable
ierepresentalionH . No ore doubts
the sincerity of Mr. Trott's oppo
sition to the treaty. But it is an
apposition born cradled and nur
tured in prejudice. A prejudice
"irhich seeking gratification would
loudemn the Cherokees to a delay
in the settlement of ttuir affairs
mtil their estate 1 has dwindled
lway under the blighting touch of
the corrur tkr.iU who have grown
Trealtby at th ir expense.
Statement of Their Condition at the
Close of Business July 16th.
The abstract of the condition of
the national banks of the Indian
territory at the close of business
July 16 shows the average reserve
held at 19.05 per cent against
19 87 per cent on April 30. Loans
and discounts increased from $6.
562900 to $7137187; gold coin de-
creased rom $188427 to $173032
total specie from $888331 to $370-
445; lawful money reserve from
$527240 to $517963; individual
deposits from $5574980 to $5398
Wednesday Aug. 6
Co. will allow 25 per cent
off on all white dress
Ex-Chief C. J. Harris after
studying the treaty is working
hard for its ratification.
His Sight Threatened.
"While picnicking last month my
11-year-old boy was poisoned by some
weed or plant" says VV. II. Dibble
of Sioux City Ia. "He rubbed the
poison off hi hmds into his eyes and
for a while we were afraid he would
lose his sight. Finally a neighbor
recommended DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve. The first application helped
him and in a few days lie was as well
as ever." For skin diseases cuts
burns scalds wounds Insect bites
uevviu's witcn uazei salve is sure
cure. Relieves piles at once. Beware
of counterfeits. A. W. Foreman dw
Views on Ambition and
"Dyspepsia" wrote Eugene" Field
''often incapacitates a man for endea-
vor and sometimes it extinguished the
tire of ambition." Field was a dyspep-
tic himself. Though a great man
despite this handicap he felt the
blighting effects of the. disease all his
life. Thousands suffer similarly
A weak tired or diseased stomach
can't perform the process of digestion.
It needs rest. . If forced to work it
will grow constantly weaker. If it
gets rest it will soon growst roner ngn 5 n.
.Such a preparation as Kodol Dyspep-
sia Cure will give it just such a rest.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dots the- stoni-
.if'i's work. Jt digests what you eat.
Don't diet. Dieting is neither more
p.or less than partial starvation. .Star-
vation never Ix-nctlttcd anyone. If
yju take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure you
need suiTer the pang-neither of indi-
gestion nor of starvation. -Equally
"ood for children.
"I consfdt r "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tlio sn-
CJiorof any prt'pavntioii for the previntiou
mil euro of lysi)i.i" writes Mrs. C.vo. f..
Unburn Ante Jiruoswick Co. Ya. "Alout
thi-co years u:-o I suffer- 1 spells of tlio most
oxcrutiutintf misery. 1 tried many remedies'
Im t pained only temporary relief until I used
Kodul Dyspepsia Cure. I bnvo not liadan nt-
t.iek since and whenever I feel symptoms of
a spell a bottle of Kodol Dvsixusiii Cur
sets mo right."
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Cures all Stomach Troubles.
Prepared only bv E. O. DEVrrr.lfcCo..Cliteii!n.
The $1 tx)tUe contuins "yt times the bOc size.
Don't need a
You need plenty of oxer-
cise in the open air ? See
us for reliable bicycles at
D. Adams Appointed To the Flrat
Judge Gill yesterday appointed
F. D. Adams United States Com-
missioner and Van Stewart con-
stable of the first judicial district.
Commissioner Adams will hold
court at Miami.
O. H. Graves was appointed
Udited States Commissioner at
Pryor Creek in the fifth judicial
district with J. H. Harris as his
dtWtt'S Wircn fiazci SMW
A certain Cure for piles and skin diseases.
Sold by A. V. Foreman.
At Muskogee I. T. Round trip 12.00.
Tickets on sale August 4th and -5th
good until August 7. .
II. C. Lewis Agt. M. K. & T.
Foley's Kidney Cure
Will cure Dright't Disease.
Will cure Diabetes.
Will cure stone in bladder.
Will cure kidney and bladder diseases.
Sold by People's drug t.tore. dw
We are authorized to announce the
name of James Daniel as a candidate
for a seat in the national council from
Delaware district to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Andy
Darrough Hardware Co.
Soggy Sanders has announced
his endorsement of the treaty
and is working for its ratification.
Thos. A. Martin-Mary
It. 15. Carlile-Purcil J. Foreman
John M. Doherty-Cora Humphrey
Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords im
mediate relief to asthma sufferers iu
the wort stages ana if taken in time
will effect a cure. Sold by Peoples'
drug store. dw
The flight of time is most conveniently recorded in a home
by a good clock. I have them in all sizes and many styles.
Good Nikle alarm clocks only 98c.
Eight-day clock strike and alarm $3.50.
Handsome Porcelain clocks 8-day S.a0
When you want a clock or anything in the jewlery line call
and see what I have.
Fine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
Motto Not the cheapest but the BEST work at all times.
2d S. Wilson St. Jeweler and Optician
Look Pleasant Please.
. Puotogr.ir.lnr C. C. Harldu of Ea-
ton (). can do ho now though for
years lie duldn't becau-e he suffered
untold agony frum the worst form of
indigeston. A'l physicians aod medi
cine failed to help him till be tried
Electric Pinery which worked sjch
wonder for tii.n that he declares they
are a godsend to sufferers from dyspe-
psia and stomach troubles. Unrivaled
fur diseases of he strimicri liver and
kidcey they build up and give new
life to the whole system. Try them.
Only L6i. Guaranteed by Peoples and
A. W. Foreman' drugstore?. dw
W. II. D.jherty was here from Grove
Hunting Dogs For Sale.
Several Betters and pointers for sale
in condition for faii bunting.
Vinita Ind. Tcr.
"I had diabetes in its worst form"
writes Marion Lee of Dunreath lud.
"I tried eight physicians without re-
lief. Only three bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure made me a well man."
Sold by Pejple's drug store. dw
Elks' Meeting Salt Lake City Utah.
Round trip from Vinita $7.40
Ticket on sale Aug. 7th &tli and fith.
For further information t-cc Katy
"I was troubled with a hacking
cough for a year and 1 thought I had
consumption" say C. Unger 211
Mapie ."St. Champaign III. "I tried
a K'eat many remedip- and I was un-
der the care of physicians for several
rn(ii)th. I used one bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar It cured me aud 1
have not been troubled since." .Su d
by People's dru store. dw
Good' laundry soap 7 and 10 birs for
A full line of building ma-rg
terial. Xt is the right kind. 5s
Say! are you "on to" they
best plastering material?
New and better plaster is
being discovered every
year. 'Masons tell us that
"Acme" is the best now
in use "Catch on?"
ut ccrnj ad liaienune s.
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