The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 27, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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b Spoil a Good House
iumvcij wonnoi paini.
MOUND CITY CO.'S
Horso Shoo Brand
contains no adulterating or chr an.
filing material ami raiiuot be ohl
asrhcap per Rallon ai those that
do. Yet it coats less to use than
the Inferior kinds because fever
Kalluni will spread further than
ten gallousof cheap paint and still
look best and last font'ont. Every
can guaranteed absolutely. We
make our own linseed oil and know
every ingredient to be the purest
P. 0. BROWNING
Otaltr In lumbar Lath.thlnglM Mound
Cltjf Paint and Oragg Varnlahai. MovaC
City Paints aboliiUi guarantaat
The Dawes conituinBion with al
ol ltd parapbauftlia arrived in our
city Saturday morning and their
tents were pitched on the Valley
right of way near the reHidence of
Charles F. Godby and the opera
hotiHe wan arranged for bunineHB.
Promptly Monday morning they
opened up for business and they
accomplished one of the best first
day's work since they have been
out 320 persons being enrolled
and J'J placed on the doubtful list
and happy is he whose record was
1 I !
uioau uiiu wuose eviaence was
abundant to sustain all the ques
lions asked. The roll will not be
a faulty one from a lack of vigi-
lance upon the part of the com
mission to sift out the lull facts in
the case of each applicant for en-
Their work seems to be highly
satisfactory to the Cherokees. and
if it pleases them we do not know
rirtiuiiiib n ni . aicKlnley u
Vice-President (deceased) W.lU.'rya acting lDat flBy One 6186 haS a right tO
Secretary of treasury'.'."..'." Vijn'an j. Gagel klClt SBl their methods.
There has been a good attend-
S!!lW::::::SXti all week and while there has
Berittry or interior E. A. Hltcheoclt hflfin
no rush there has been
keep them grinding. Since last
Kecretaryof fiurlciilliire 1 Aril siu Wl laiftri
KvAVlllO W U1UT Cllluf JuNtlre anAiiffk av U..l i .11 i
Commissioner Ind. affairs W. A. Jones WfirlnHrl v the
inn. Biteiit forlnd. Ter....J.BlulrSlineiifult ' ' vi u. w.ihu-
1IIU. 1 INOeeior J. eipnriru Wrlol.t loH lln anma hn Kn I til
Kuvonuulnswctor Frank 1 rfl v" DU"1D J UD wuooiiuo 01 VOffl
missioner jNeemes who has cone
inaian Territory Courts. in 1 1 nnia
...... . . . . I " -... W
norwiepn District Joseph A. tilll Judge!
Leo E. Dennett marshal; C. A. Davidson.
nlitrlf . P I. M.ii... t.t.......n.. rr ..
kogee.bepteinberaud Januarys Miami. Oct- j trie Commission Will be taken from
and Aprllj Wewoka. November snd April: I next IhUrsday NOV. 1 Until Nov.
Wagoner. November and M nrcli. Vlnli. lut . . ... ."
Monday In Deeeiuber andiid Monday lu May tni When Work Will D8 rBBUmed
Houthom nisi Hnsea Townsend. judge: at)d continued here until Friday
.Wbf'H..?'B.'!f' Uomwer Vftv. 111
An important ruling was made
this week. When a name aDnears
Amended Census Notice.
Nowata I. T. Oct. 19 UM).'
The Dawea comiuiribion issued
the following notice today:
Amended census notice Cherokee
nation. The appointment of this
commission at Catoosa from Mon
day November 12 to Friday No.
vember 16 inclusive is hereby can.
celed and the said commission will
remain at Clareruore from Monday
October 22 to Friday November
16tb inclusive and at Chelsea
from Monday November 19th
until Friday November 23d in
elusive. Take notice: That this
commission will not be at Catoosa
but for the time heretofore allotted
to CatooBa (from November 12th
to November lGth inclusive) the
commission will remain at Clare-
more. T li. Nkedles.
C. R. I3KECKENRIDQE
Oct. 22 1900. Commissioners
The ladies wonder how Mrs.
manages to preserve her youthful
looks. The secret Is she takes Collins
ague cure it keeps the system In
perfect order. dw
W j JS.
-y 'yf f -r -r
A SLUGGISH DRAIN ....
Is cxuud by Imperfect Dittioo sod Disorder
la ths Ufa kni Bowtk
SICKLY ASH BITTERS r
r -w ' (f" s.
f y v. J'k v. w
"V "V W W . i JT ; 4
CHAPMAN &. BRIGGS Special Ajrents
IS A DOOM TO BRAIrt WORKERS
It porific the bowels stren jlhem and ttguhics the
Ihrcf aid dig-estion promotci vigor of body
cheerfulness and mental activity.
SOLD BY ALL 0RU0QIST8.
PRI0I 11.00 PER BOTTLE.
Oliver Baifby Pres.
J. 0. Hall V-Pree.
W. P. Phillips Cast
An adjournment ol the work of
Central Dlst. W. II. H. Clayton JudKei
?duF"j;." " clerki J.'.Grudy. marshal
J. H. Wllklns. proaocutiiiK attorney
Capital Tahleqnah. Tlios.M Bufflngton.
prlnelpal cblef; WuBhlrigton Swimmer sec-
ond chief j Jos. M. Lubay treasurer; J. T.
l'arks. executive secretary.
Cherokee Board of-Health.
B. F. Kortner M. D.. Vlnlta: F B. Fits M.
p. Muskogee; D. H. Burk M D Webber's
J. R. Sheehsn mayor; J. F. ;Ledbetter.
marshal; W. H. Drew recorder.
Couneilmen! L. 0. Couch. I). T. IT all G.
W . Miller J. S. Davenport L. B. Bell
Joseph H. Butler postmastor
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11
s.m. and H:UO p.m. Westminister League
t8p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday eve-
Ulngs. W. T. King pastor.
M E CHU11CH SOUTH.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. W. T. ntum.
yisn. superintendent. Junior Li agues p.m.
Senior League S:45. Prayer meeting Wed-
.i.cuiuKo hi. v.iu. rreaeniog at 11 a
Bi. and 8:15 p. m. M. L. Butler pastor.
t-reacningatll a m. and 8 p. ni. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting at 8
o clock on Wednesday nights. Baptist
uuvi'n cynry .sauuam at 7 p
m. W .0. Patterson pastor.
leachers' meeting 2:30 p.m. Sunday school
Sp.m. Class nieotlng :ao p. m. Preaehiiig
7:80 p.m. H.J fool pastor
A. M. K. C1IUKOH
Sunday school every .Sunday afternoon at
:S0. J.l! Uleks superintendent. Pleach-
ing every Sunday at 11 a. m and 7! p. m.
Class moylliig I'riday evenings. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evenings. Hoard meet-
Ing Monday evenings. T. 11. Tyson pastor.
FU1ST BAPTIST CHUKCH COLOHED.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8. p. m. Sunday.
Sunday school at 9:45. a. m. Prayer meet.
'"I' Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7:S(i;
B. W. Hautb Pastor.
Masonic. Vlnlts Lodge No. fi. F. &
A. M meets Hrst Satunliiw nlrit (n
.each month In Masonic hall Halsell
u.....k. llt napuian w. M.;
Charles Hunt Secretary.
AKru.tl'APTEtt No-18- Meets sec-
OBdlriday night in each month In Masonic
nail B. i iortner high priest; W. L.
SSP'-Zp. gDD Fettows. Vlnlta Lodge
fV.No. s. I.O.O.F. meets each
--.vr Monday night in Odd Fellow hall
. In Halsell huildlng. O. M.llal-
"""i . v. masierson s eeretary.
Vinita Kncampmknt Xo. 11. I. O. O. F.
wm aitrrnaie i nursoay niglits In Udd Fel-
lowshall J. P Scott CP.; A. G. Master-
KsTHiRKKBFKAHl.oixirNo.fi Meets ev-
ery Friday night in odd Fellows hall. Rox-
anaWard N. G.. Ada O'fhea. secreury.
i 3 .
Kkiohts or 1'VTHiAS. Thlalphlan
i.uiikc iio. i. iv. oi r. meem every
t i uriuay nisiii in masonic ha 1. E
T. VV f A '
M.oth.; W. fc. Dugger. K.of K. A S.
Fratihkal Aid Aso-iatio.'. No. er2
W'ts every second and fmirlh Wednesday
aiirht In meh month in Vil Feilow !
Olive Martin president; M. M. Fdrmston
Bio abiw I'ost Ko. 1. Ind. Ter G.
A. B. 1. I. Clirkf nl-Htd.pt cmir Bder;
John W itrren HO.suOnt : l.. Warren qor-
prnnwr. "is fcrst tur.)lT In -b
B 'Mh at 1 et k p. to. in lei'ted ttsies
on the 1S80 roll as a colored per
eon they will have to prove thei
citizenship from their mother's
Up to Thursday night 862 had
been enrolled here thirty-one re
jected one hundred and seven.
teen put on the doubtful list and
thirteen dismissed for want of jur
Up to Saturday night 18000 in
round numbers had been enrolled.
Neoga 111. Oct. 14 '99
Pepsin Syrup Co. Monticello 111.
Gentlemen:-! feel it my duty to
express to you my gratitude for what
your wonderful remedy has done for
me. I was completely run down with
a complication of stumach disorders.
For ten months I could not work: and
was treated by three eminent physi-
cians. One insisted upon operating
on me declaring nothing short of an
operation for appendicitis would cure
me. A friend induced me to try Dr.
Caldwell's syrup pepsin and from the
first dose I began to improveaud have
not had any trouble since. I have
gained 25 pounds in weight and am
enjoying the very best of health. I
never fail to say a good word for Dr.
Caldwell's syrup pepsin for I know
what it has done for me it will do for
others. Gratefully yours
Sold by People's drugstore. dw
Centralia'i Postmaster Dead
Mr. Jameson postmaster at
Centralia died last week. He
was buried by the Woodmen of
the World at Ruby. Sovereigns
Inglis Talbutt and Hill of the
Chelsea camp attended the funeral
and assisted in the rites. Mr.
Jameson was a valuable man in
community and in leaving this
earth his family has a token that
his life was not spent in vain.
He had a policy in the Woodmen.
Dawes Commission Dates.
The following are the latest re
vised dates of the Dawes com
mission for enrolling citizens of
the Cherokee nation:
Bartlesville From Monday
October 8 to Friday October 12
Nowata From Monday October
15 to Friday October 19 inclus
Claremore From Monday Oct.
22 to Friday November 16 inclu
give. .. . ; .....
Chelsea From Monday Nov.
19 to Friday November 23 in-
Tahlequah From Monday Dec:
3 to Friday. Dec. 22 inclusive.
The commission to the five-
civilixed tribes will stand adjourn-
ed from Thursday evening Nov.
1st up to and including Wednes-
day Nov 7tb 1900. Work will
be resumed Thursday morning
Nov. 8th 1900.
T. B. Needles
' C. R. Breckenridge.
Claremore I. T. October 24 1900.
Hitter fighting does not neressarily
mean personal aluse or usavory re-
marks. Keep your temper. Work
for your party and Hand by your con-
victions wrk all night and (alk all
day if you End It essential to jour
success. It will irritate you and
cause dyspcpMa but you can find re-
lief for that Id Dr. Ca'd well's rfpiD
syrup which is guaranteed ty Pet-pies
The key to health is in the kldnevs
and liver. Keep these organs active
ana you nave health strength and
cheerful spirits. Prickly Ash Bitters
is a stimulant for the- k dnevs. remi
lates the liver stomach and bowels.
A golden household . remedy. For
saie oy tjnapman x isriggs. dw
I"ro(crea 'In Spain;
fipain is undeniably progressing.
Tlie fine old Iberian temper is un
broken. Xo longer drained of her
young1 men to maintain a colonial em
pire and free from the annual ex
peuse of $1000(10000 which it was cost.
ng to retain the colonies Spain is
prospering. The government asks for
a loan of $200000000 and the Spanish
people subscribe $(iOO()0O00O. New fac.
tones nre ueing omit even eieerrio
cable works; electric traction is being
nt rod need in the .Spanish cities and
at Madrid such is the increased ac-
ivity in business and travel two fine
new hotels are to be built at once.
Iverv improvement known to modern
hotels will be introduced. To-day
Spain onee. more thriving is buying
heavily of machinery and sending
large orders to the United States.
Financial Herald City of Mexico.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Capital $100000 Surplus.1150
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in
the Cherokee Nation
A. L. Churchill
B. F. Former.
W. U. KorneKiiy
E. B. Frayser.
E. N. RHtcllff
W E. Halsell
Does a Safe General Banking Business
o. W. Cli
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Tb 31ob Priotinsi Co. 5t. Loui o.!
Antoniflhllr on Knitllnh Farm.
The automobile is to be turned to
practical nccount by the farmers of
Kent Kngland. Every year u large
part of the fruit crop rots from hick
of transportation the railways not be-
ing able to meet the emergency and
the plan is for the farmer next year
to take things in their own hands
starting1 motor cars round the or-
chards during the evening and night
and bringing the day's pickings to
1fl.TisJon .by the early morning. S.' Y.
VINITA MEAT STORE FO
a fine eteak a c!oe roat f. eeh
sweet lard pork and mutton
freeh fruita and vegetables.
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
Off e ll Iff H'Mil P.! ff . TIMIi. .T
"lit rretir e t t r'i1 ii Oirt
" Warning Order.
In the United 8tates court at Vlnlta In the
nortnern .District of tlie Indian Terrltoy.
Frank Uto. plaintiff 1
sarah Uto defendant )
The defendant Sarah Uto. is warned to
appear in this court within thirty days and
aiiBwer the complaint of the plaintiff Frank
Octobor 7 1D00. Chas. A. Davidson clerk
(seal) By T.A.Chandler.deputy.
J. 8 Davenport.
Attorney for plaintiff
- O. D Neville.
Oct830d Attorney for defendant
In the United States UlBtrlct Court at Vlnlta
in tne Northern District of the Indian
Delia A. Still plaintiff I
vs VNo. 13S9
Harry T. Still defendant j
The defendant Harry T. Still is warned to
appear in this court within thirty days and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff Delia
a. eini in tins action lor divorce.
Oct 8 1900. chas A: Davidson
I S Davis. Olerk
Attorneylfor Pl'ff . T. A. Chandler.
S F l'arks. DeputI
Attorney lor uei t ucuwia
JR. L. BAGBY
Office In Raymond bulldinR. Telephone li
Residence Aldrlch cottage Telephone 110.
Vinita. Ind. Ter
In the United States court for the Northern
district of the Indian Territory at Vi-
nita. I. T.
David D. Berry plaintiff I
Minnie Berry defendant. I
The defendant. Minnie Borry. Is warned to
appear in this court within thirty days and
answer the complaint t the plaintiff David
Oct 18. 1 SOO. Charles A. nvllnn
John B Turner. Clerk.
nAttornev for nlalnliff. 'T.l Clmniili..
Joslah Davis. Demitv.
Attorney for defendant. OlnSlD
HJlLZ OKI HUNDRED MILLIONS A TEAK.
THE WONDERFUL KEDICISE.
They relieve DiFtrw from Dv?pep.
In !:.tion and Too Heart r Kat-
i.ig: arj a r rf" t rfrnf-dr for Pizzi-
r '". N.Mwa Irowf!inp(v Tarte
in the M(ii:th. CtrntM Tongue Tain in
the Side. TOKITD LIVL14.
They Ecgulate the Bovrcls.
They Cure Sick Headache.
A Sin do One Gives Edict
QHAS. W.DAY D. D. 8.
Gold crown and bridge work
A Specialty. - ..
Office over First Nat' Bank. VINITA I 7
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A rm "4 y H--'nt f P A S t wUL feot bs
ei it p i' -
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF '
KATY CII110 CP
OFERATEO BY THE CCMFAf'
- Fifty Ccr-rr.
Atf of Us it in 1' rri.fj.
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