The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 110, Ed. 1 Monday, February 11, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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IN THE PULPIT.
Interesting Topics Discussed
by the Various Preach-
Were Especially Well Attended
But the Snow Prevented Many
Persons in the Evening From
Occupying Their Customary
The sermons deliveied from tha
pulpits of the several houses of
worship yesterday were interest-
ing impressive and convincing.
The words ot the ministers were
attentively listened to by good
sized audiences. At the
CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST
Rev. Father A. F. Versaval chose
for his text: "The Seed is the
Word ol God." (Luke 8:11.) The
speaker grew decidedly eloquent
at times and his well rounded
periods and apt word picturing to
illustrate his points carried con-
viction into the hearts of his audi-
ence. Among other things Father
Versaval said: "Sexagesima Sun-
day's gospel offers to our medita-
tion the parable of the sower.
Unlike other parables it is inter-
preted by Christ Himself. The
Bower is the minister of God's
word; the seed the divine word
itself. The greatest part of this
seed was lost; some lell among
thorns; some withered on the
rock; some was trodden down on
Wherein lies the fault?
First: Not in the eteu: The
divine word is the seed and can-
not die or vary. "Heaven and
earth shall pass away hut my
words shall not pass away ) Mark
Second: Seldom in the sower:
our numberless institution- Sun-
day schools instructions sermons
and missions testify that the min
islers of Christ fulfill their mis
Bion: "Go and teach all nations."
Third: Principally in the soil:
"The hearers of the word."
(Rom. 11:13) Tho?e on the way-
side are the Christians who hear
"Pull up!" That's the counei very
often given by a well meaning person to
- ' a friend who
down the road
And when the
" I can't
man is perhaps
of that phrase.
' I can't."
perance i only a form of disease and
there may come a time in the progress
of any disease when it can't be stopped.
That 's what we mean when we talk of
'galloping consumption." It's like a
horse running away with us. We can't
Strength will stop the wildest horse.
Strength is the great necessity in the
stopping of disease. Ir. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery has cured thounds
who had obstinate cough hroncb'.U.
w?ak lur.gs spitting of biood emacia-
tion and similar ailments w hich it neg-
lected or unskilfully treated lead to con-
sumption. It cures by strrnsriht-mns the
lung and giving them power to thro
'"I had !Tti tr-.i:VH anth brorch'ti nni
catarrh of the hrin : . -r. : I- i " v---
couch avi at time crrt &i .-'.if in brraTh-
inr " wri J w. II wrrt-.. 1-1 of B:taX
Hanrrk Co.. Term. ' A tnion r 'h- Urp.t jt.v
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the word of God but will not be
Those upon the rock are those
who will not live up to it.
Those who fall among thorns
are those who give themselves
away to pleasure ambition and
love of mouey.
Let us remove those obstacles
that we may hear tne word with a
good heart; that keeping it we may
bring forth frnit.
Rev. C. SlubbleGeld delivered
two excellent sermons at the Bap-
tist church yesterday large audi-
ence greeting him on both oc-
casions. His morning topic was
The Mission of the Church and in
the evening Dr. Stubblefield spoke
on the relationship of the pastor
and the church. Both sermons
were intensely practical and
scriptural and the teachings were
evidently appreciated by his
Rev. Stubblefield returned to his
home at Ardmore today. The re-
vival meetings he has been con-
ducting in this city have been pro-
lific of great good. Dr. Edwards
of South McAlester will continue
the revival meetings to be held at
7:30 each evening.
Be in Style.
Don't lauyn at fashion; don't dis
courage ambition; don't hinder pro-
gress; try to he affable; look on the
bright side; strive to be happy; enjr-y
lire: keep healthy which you can do
by using Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin
according to directions. It Is an abso-
lute cure for constipation indigestion
stomach troubles and sick headache.
People's drug store. dw
TO RAISE POULTRY.
Mike Gabbert Commences Business
by Trying to Make Ducks Perch.
Court Officer Mike Gabbert is
having new coops built prepara
tory to raising fancy bred poultry
in partnership with C. C. McKin-
Ben. The gentlemen will deal in
just as many eggs as the chickens
will lay for them.
Bailiff Coverdale says he wishes
Mike much luck in his new ven-
ture but that he has not much
faith in his ability to raise poultry
because Mr. Gabbert spent the best
part of last night attempting to
force ducks to perch the same as
"Mike" he says "would set a
duck on the perch but when he
let go of it to place another the
bird would fly to the ground. He
kept that up for several hours but
never had two ducks on the perch
at the same time."
Should a Man Be Vain?
Certainly lie shuuld. He should
have ambition to look well and feel
good which he cannot do unless he
digests bis h cel. Dr. Caldwell's syrup
pepsin aids digestion clears the head
keeps the bowels regular an1 makes a
man feel at peace with the whole
world. Try it. People's drug store dw
Creek Warrant Steal.
Inspector J. W. Zevely has returned
l Muskogee from Washington to as-
sist in the prosecution of the remain-
ing Cree warrant case which was
set for heiring before Judge Thomas
today and which iuvuives an allege i
f MJ.OOO jeal.
Working 14 Hours a Day.
There's no ret for those tirelos
little wotkers Dr. King's new life
pills. Millions are always busy cur-
io jt torpid liver jaucdice biliousDCjs
fever and ak'ue. They banish sick
I hea lache drive t ut malaria. Never
(grit or we.ikcn. ."iuall ta-te n:ie
1 woric wondtrs. Try them. Z'-c at
! l'e ; le'-drug store arid A. W. Fre-
I Southern Ewico Breeders' Aeeo.
I ciatlon ilempcis. Teen
J February 7-12.
I rr to.- otCii-i'tn th FrisCvi line
J wi-l ki! t:ck-t to Men.piiir id
' rct'jn. a 1 o.f ai ! or.e-thir.l fare f r
I tb ro"it.i trit 'n crtifxite j. in.
d ti I!. .V.
t' " ! -r;
I! I A k
e 1 4 i i
Can give you quick and perfect
service on any bill of LUMBER
no matter how large. Let us
figu'e with you.
We Want Your Trade.
We'ra After It.
Commissioner Ind. affairs W. A. Jones
lnd. uiteut for Ind. 'ier....J.Klalr SbceDfelt
IdU. luspector J - George Writtut
Revenue iosutdor Frank C. Churcltlll
Indian Territory Courts.
Northern District Joseph A. Gill judge;
Leo . Ueunett. marshal; C. A. Davidson
in.kx P I. juimtr itttorupv. Tprma:Mus-
k..- l.Twi 1-. 'I ulilpufiiih. ftrtober
. An.n. tc.. ' Vn..ml unri Aurll:
Wagoner roverooer ana aiaruu; mhils. k
Hon aay in ueceroper .putu muuuaj m
.1 m. Uu.na OWndOnri tllHfTP
C. M. Campbell clerk. JoliD S. Hammer
marsoai; w. p. joudsud. tierK.
nvntral mat. W II. H. CluVtOD. judEfi
Ed lannin clerk; J.P.Grady marshal;
J. U. Wilkina. prosecutmi? aiiorney.
r.nitdl T.kluiiiuh Thns W . Rnfllnf'tnil.
principal cbiet; WaahiDgton Swimmer sec-
inat utei; jus. .u. iiiay. .rciwuicr n .
'arts esecutiva secretary.
Cherokee Board of Health.
B. F. Former. M. D.. Vinlta; K. B. Flte M
D. . Muskogee; D. 11. Burk 51. D. Webber's
J. R. Sheehan. mayor: J. F. Ledbetter
marahal; W. H. Drew recorder.
Councilmen : L. V. Couch u. 'i. nan u
W. Miller. J. S. Davenport L. B. Bell.
Joseph H. Butler postmaster.
Sunda school 9:45 a. m. Preachine at 11
.m. and 1-iU p.m. Westminister Leagne
tap. m. Prayer meeting Thursday eve-
i.ngs. W. T. King pastois
11 E CHl'BCB. SOCTH.
Sunday school at 9:45 . m. Charles W.
Day. superintendent. Junior Li-asne S p.m.
lenior League S:4o. Prayer meeting Wed-
teeday eveuinga at 8115. Preaching at 11 a.
u. anj I:.n p m. C. L. Browning pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. snd7:80 p. m. Sunday
school ut 10 a. m. Prayer meeting at 8
o'clock on Wednesday nights. Baptist
young People's Union every sabbath at 7 y.
m. W .G Patterson pastor.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Preaching at
ll:0u a m. and 7:S0p. m. Theodore John-
A. M. E. CHUBCH
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon at
2:S0. J. C Hicks superintendent. Preach-
ing every Sunday at il a. m. and 7!St p. m.
Class meeting Friday evenings. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evenings. Board meet-
ing Monday evenings. T. H. Tyson pastor.
FIBST BAPTIST CHURCH COLORED.
Preaching at 11. a. m. and 8. p. m. Sunday.
Sunday si'ht! at ttii-'i. a. ro. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday and Friday evenings ati:Si':
6. W. llAKTd. Pastor.
ST. JOHN'S CHUBCH EPISCOPAL.
Rev. Frank R. Jone.. Reetor Hon. W M.
Mellette sr.. warden: Hon. W. H. 1 itibllls
jr.. warden. Regular servicesin thiscburch
on Sundays as fallows: Sunaay school at
10 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon at 11
a - m evening prayer and sermon at 4 p. m.
On .aitit.' days a service will l held at 10:30
a. m. unless occurring on Sunday.
Maokic Vinita Lodge o. 5. F.
A. M meets firt Satunlay night In
eai h month in Mascnic hall. HaKe'.l
'baiiding. w. L. Chapman. W. M.
Charles Hunt. Secretary.
Rotal Abch ChAPTrR So. lx. Me"ts sec-
ond Friday aisht la each month in Masonic
hail. B F. .rtner. high pnest; W. L.
- oijd Fellows. Vinita Louie
V-No. lis I.o. O. F. me-ets each
Monday nctit in ldd 1 enow hail
inllal ll l.uiidir.g. G. M. Hai-
tom. Ji . G. ; A. G. Mastersoo. ecretary.
Visita F.sCAMPiirjiT No. 11. 1. O. O. F.
Meet alternate 1 hursday nighta in odd Fti-
lowt hail. J. P. Scolk C. P.; A. G. Master-
Fstfir Kebfk ah Inn.iNo. S Meet ev-
ery 1'r.iiay inght in od-i fr-;i" VhA Hix-
aua V. aru N . G.. Ada OM.ea. secretary
Ksr:.T or Ptthi. Ph'a'fMin
; i.-e t 14- K. o l. ne-t every
ijt. t-Uy right to Xi-im'.- Lii'. ..
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No ft Klyer ...j lo isaro
ko! a7rrlKhi'aii'.i Aooomiuoilitaiia.l''P
So. Mo. Ka. T-a..pr.a ...!I1P
No 6 Flyer U p
.no." Us. frlbt aai'l'aocommodauoaii 10 l
The Chie ftain
Chattel niortgagta. per do
Charokee (led. " .......
Chattel Mort. aalea "
Lien notes (a mortgage) per do
Hills sale. '
Bill Sale (Cherokee) Mort) per doi...
Bills Sale short form " ...
Prommlsaory notes per SO c
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OF 8T. LOUIS.
The St. Louis National
Stock o Yards.
Located atEast St. Louis. 111.
Dlrantl nnDoalta tha eltv of HI. Loalt. Bay-
rs for all description of Lira Stock alwava in
attendance and within tha ground of the
Stock Yanlt la a Beef Canning Company with
a capacity for alanghtlrlng S.UW heaii of cattle
daily anil Pork Packing catablltbmenti havr
a capacity for slanghterlng 12.000 hoga dally.
C. G. KNOX Vice Prea.
C. T. JONES. Gen. Mg'r.
h. W. h BAKE. Ass't. Oen. Mgr.
MTJEL HUNT. Gen. Agent for Teiar
BAnnd Indian Territory.
Have your ChiWreo'a Clotrjes
JAMES 8. DAVENPORT
Rooms S and 10 new Halsell building
VINITA. I. T.
Dareaport k Ball Attoriejs-at-Law
OfflceFlrst Nat'I bank bldg. Clann tre.
QR. J. O. TAYLOK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Residence $ . L. Chapman.
-y H. KOBNEQAT
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
Office In new Halsell Bld'g. VINITA. I.T
VliI practice in all the United States Court
AagD of the Indian Territory.
R. L dAGBY
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Raymond building. Telephone 101
Residence Aldrich cottage. Telerhone 110.
Vinita. Ind. Ter
BALE O.VE HUNDRED BILLIONS A TBAJL
TH2 WONDERFUL HEOICIKE.
Th?r relieve Distress from D-Fp'p.
sh liidigestion and Too Hearty E.it-
irg : uro a perfoct remedy for Dizzi-
ness. Nnusea Drowsiness Bad Taste
in the Mouth. Coated Tonpjuc Fain in
the Side TORPID UVEIt.
They Regulate the Bowels.
They Cure Sick Headache.
A Single One Gives Belief.
Arf f bd bMl'b that Ri-P-A'5-S will not bea-
51. 1. '"I- A lo tr i cenift.
r-f.v i hxA t U dniaftetn wio r wining
r -h-- w-rtlK If A -v- en tb frkc
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"TIIK liniMNCTON - NORTHERN
rACU'lC i;XI'Ki:SS" K.mtas Citv or
Dtnvrr to l'ujjt-t Sound Portland Mori
tana Washington and entire Northwest.
Duily throunh train ol conches chair
curt tourist and standard sleeper and
NO. Is; niornintf train Kansas City to
Nebraska Denoer and I'aciiic Coast via
scenic Colorado. Weekly California ex-
cursions personally conducted.
NO. 33; latest night train Kansas City
to Denver; night train for Nebraska St.
NO. at; noon train Kansas City to
Omaha .St. Paul; through sloetcrs.
NO. j6; famous Chicago Kli; dining
and buffet library cars chair cars and
NO. 16; St. Louis fast night sxpress.
NO. 42; fast morning train east.
Write for descriptive matU-r rates and
L. J. Bricker L. W. Wakeley
T. P. A.. KlMaln St. Oen'l Faa'r Ag't.
Kansas City Mo. SI LouisMo.
St Joseph Mo.
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PRINCIPAL CITIES OP
KATY CHA1B 0
OPERATED BY THE COMPAN'
There is Somctting to See Along the
The Only Scenic Route between
ST. LOUIS or KANSAS CITY
and Points in
and Far West.
THE LINE TO THE LAND OF
Lead and Zinc.
Riilrotd Rcstmrnt ind Of: Car
Service sneqtuled ia America.
AH modern conveniences for comfort
A perfect resort the year round.
None so convenient for this prt of
the country. Cheapratesit alt time
TIME Or TRAINS AT
Train 2i7 1H:I2 a. m.
Train 'J"S ::.".? p. tu.
Train 2 H 1- T- n-
Train 2.1 4 ' p. in.
Train 241 ".00 a. ui. Local wct
!. n. Walker L.al Artr.t.
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litcratur-; fort:.c'i:or.-;- ; Vor rav-
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gratuitous c.stri;. :v. ".
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 110, Ed. 1 Monday, February 11, 1901, newspaper, February 11, 1901; Vinita, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc776776/m1/4/: accessed September 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.