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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 9, I90i.
VOL. XIX. NO 37
a runt ohapc cut m or tartar rowata.
Highest Honow, World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Arald linking l'owilera containing
fcluiu. They aro Injurious to health
n. W, DLD 0. H. W I I.BON
BLUE & WILSON,
A horn Mtller'a
"I D. MBIIEDITH, D. V. S.,
80110E0N and Dentist,
IJondiiuurtMi nt Ountef'i atahlra. south
Wilson street, wrataldu, Vlultn. I.T.
White Plymouth Rocks
And Pekhi Ducks.
I'gg for sole; ft. 00 ptr dozen, Si. 15
per id. No other fowls on farm; have
.tree range, ltygs hatch veil. Stock
scorhu! as high as 93 by llcwes, Harris
AIM. FranK Franklin.
llox 00, VlnitB, I. T.
For Sale at $50 Each.
From lu to 10 month old. lilxli graTo, also
Eight Fine adding.
Drivers And flsilillrrs ihi
The Season of 1901
At W. It Raines' livery barn, opposite U.
S. court house, Vinlta, Indian territory.
Senlce fee tio.oo to insure living colt,
payable when colt is foaled, or when the
marc is disposal of or removed fron' Utt
Pasture 81 00 per month. Will feed
grain if desired, nt reasonable rates.
Pedigree furnished on application.
J. N. Walker, Vinitn, I.T
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tho first following will he inserted
at 85.00 ner veur. The verdict ol
men nwninc larco or small hords
Is that it nave to advertiso the
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A SPLENDID LAW
Has Boen Proposed in tho
Chorokoo National Coun
cil to Grant
To LiiuIb nnd Tqwn Lite Follow
ing the Enforcement of tho
Curtis Law that Provides for
the Use of Surface La nth by
Realizing I hot tho Out.lifl hill
will 60 rigidly eflTorced, ecpiclally
that provision lor the allotininl ol
the use ol the surface of the lands
helonping to the Ohsmkee people,
(ho National On u noil intrnd lo
provide for the graining ol tibio
lute (k'fds lo allotments nnd to
In furtherance of that plan the
appended self ccplanulory hill was
yesterday Introduced in the coun
cil by fJnuncilinau Jnines B.
Wnoihtll, of the Delaware disttici:
whereas, it is appr nt that it
Is the intention of the government
of the United Siatvs to put in form
in the Cherokee nation, as noon as
practicable, an not of congrces en
titled, "An Act for the Protection
of the Prnple ol ihe Indian Terri
tory, and for Other Purposes,"
and known ns the "Curtis Act,"
which act provides, among other
tiling", for the allotment of the
use of the tui face of the lands be
longing to the Cherokee people
among the citizens thereof, and
for the sale of town lots.
Therefore be it enacted: By the
National Council that the princi
pal chief be, and is hereby au
thorized and required, upon pre
sonlation to him by any citizen of
the Cherokee nation of his certifi
cote of allotment, to execute, In the
n of the Chorokee nation, uu
der his hand and the seal of iln
Cherokee nation, and to deliver
to each allottee an absolute deed
to tho lands embraced in bis allot,
Be it further enacted: That
whenever any cilizejj' hall have
made the final ttsytncrU Un any
town lot purchafecf by hfni under
AWjTviBionB ot 1119 luriiB not,
and ehtt('a'eistot.'iJVvtol Ihera.
for with the principd chief PdTgauip jobn r 'n,omaB
citizen shall be entitled to an ab
solute deed to said Iol,and the prin
cipal chief is authorized and re
quired to execute, In the name
of the Cherokee nation and deliver
to him such a deed to uuoh town
The Pretty Home of Capt. Lane, at
Chelsea, Burned Wednesday.
The splendid and richly furnish
ed residence ol Captain Lane, nt
Chelsea, was totally destroyed by
fire Wednesday together with the
contenls, entailing a loss of 85,000.
Captain Line had decided to
beautify his residence with iron
ornamentation andG. A. Hinshuw,
of tho Lse Manufacturing Co., of
this city, left on the forenoon train
to superintend the cornice work
and tho placing of othei tin and
corrugated iron embelllshmonta.
About fifteen mlnutee after hla ar
rival Ihe residence caught fire from
a spark from the smoke-house.
The flames spread so rapidly that
but few of the household (fleets
could be saved.
Uapttln Lane carried only 8750
Insurance on the property,
Vinlta Plow Co. entertained
Hundreds or Visitors.
The large warerooms and car
riage repusitoiy of tho Vinlta
Plow company wae gayly deco
rated with Hags and bunting to
dav ond hundreds of visitors en
joyed on inspection of tho eiTjab
llahmenl last Saturday, '')
Represenlativea from Imme
ment and carria
'PiiWMllllBjioia. artd several
jnercfTMifsfrora towns tributary
'o Vinila were interested listeners
Several hundred fdrmnra wero
In the pity and nearly every one
visited tho openinp. Kaoh ono
was presented with a well made
monkey wrrncb which had tho in
IIUU of tho firm "V. P Co ,"
sUtnpcd on thosleel part.
Cooling drinks lemonade, nop,
to was lavishly dispensed and
Manr Stretch was congratu
lated upon tho success of the eplen
Willi their new warerooms Ihe
company have 15,000 equire feel
yl finer fpiice. On the lower floor
all ihe heavy farm machinery nnd
wagonB are 011 exhibition, the nir
rlago repository being on theh r.'
gallery's. A light, but strong and
durable wind mill has been set up
in the east Hide of the building ex
tending through the roof, and tiro
Actual system of pumping is dem
onstrated. The company carry six lines of
goods and six kinds of taoh. Six
mnkeB and styles cf gang and sulky
plows, six of dlso ond shovel cul
tivators, six of drills and harrows,
six ol harvesting goods binders,
rakes an-1 mowers, six kinds of
wagons a ' six makes of buggies
in surreys, phtolons, aanhopeB,
runabouts, carriagea and road
Vinlta Fruit and produce Company
an Important Factor In the
Local Business World.
Tho Vlniu Fiult and Produce
Company have so tapioly increas
ed the volume of their husinefB
since entering Ihe Uc.il commer
cial field that it lias beoome to be
recognized as ono ol the leading
(actors in the trade of Vinitn.
Undertho manigeiucnt of J,
A, Paul business has been' extend
cd until the merchants of neatby
towns are depending on the com
pany to keep iht in supplied in
freeh fruits, vegetables, nuts and
other produce of the ginlen, vine
yard and orchard.
Fresh oranges are arriving daily
from California and Florida bb
well as lemons and other citruB
fruits. The company did not com
mence business in lime to handle
the early garden truck from the
eoutbern countries' but will here
after receive consignment all
kinds, of produce usually handled
by thoroughly appointed commie
The company will handle tho
output of tho Vinlta bottling works
In outside towns. Whon tho local
rate out of Vinlta are rtduood as
they will be ou or before July 1,
the business of the company will
be more than doubled.
Stupendous Job Qlvcn F .filial Den
nett and ills Deputies.
Anaoinnibus warrant containing
RfKYhnampa va tusnril liv TTnilml
Muskogee 0T11J dnv lst week and
given lo Marshal UeniivuVIor ser
... . .--. . .
by Tarns Bixby, acting cbBmafrv
l lt. fV.aao n-,IMn,iBDin. Anal I ft I
ol the Dawia commission, and is
against the Creek full bloods who
refuse to go in end be enrolled.
Tho Dawes commission has been
at Okmulgeo for several weeks
and all (heir pursuaeion failed to
get Ihe full bloods to enroll, and
so Mr. Bixby finally lost patience
and determined upon stringent
measures, so a complaint was
made aguinsl all those full bloods
who refuse to bo enrolled under
eeotiou 21 for obstructing tho work
of the commisBion, and Judge
Thomas, who wtfB holding court
at Pauls Vulley, was sent for and
he issued the warrants. The In
dians are lo bo arrested wherever
louml and taken before the com
mission, and if they persist in ro
fusing to be enrolled they will bo
taken to Muskogee and jailed lo
answer for contempt of pourt.
JUDGE RYAN SHOCKED.
Made to Uellevo by his Agenta That
the Treaty Would be Ratified
Hie interior Department was
notified Tuesday by telegram from
an agent ol the department that
tho GherokePB bad rejected the
treaty which waa ratified by Con
cress at the last session, The
tribe's action surprised tho officials
as all of the latest reports Bent by
their agents which reached tho In
dlan office were so encouraging
that the ratificatlon'of tho Ireaty
was confidently predloted
ry oTthu Interior
Judge Ryan said that the Curtis
pontinuo operative in
u country until Con
d I'Rlslation to take
tVhenaskod if another
be negotiated Judge
hat would be decided
President and Secretary
nilchtWDk. He added thai futurn
aolton would not bu considered un
til the DaweB corauilsalon had
mafle , rujtprt.
Tif.sn .hiXA 1
Thc Following Canes Will be Called
During The Next Session of
The Federal Court to Con
vene at Wagner
June 3rd, 1001. .
Barney Mellor, Adultery.
Henry Vonn, Inl Llq
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11 11 11 11
Joe Vann, Lirceny.
Joe Vann, Richard Armstrong,
Late & Her, a p.
Joe Venn Richard Armstrong,
Larc & Reo S P
George Perry, Dlep Llq.
George Pe-ry, Dlsp Llq." ' .
Doctor Paranlor, Diet Llq.
J. F. Clark, DiBp Llq.. .
Phillip GraveB, Petit Lirceny. .
J. It. 8milh, Dlsp L1q.
Frank Blair, Dlsp Liq.
Fred Barrian, Disp Llq,
Divid Jackson, Dlsp Llq.
He&x Bussey, Dist Peaces
Sam Merchant, Gaming,
Qeoige Tumor, Malicious Mis
chief. Mach Thomas, LircBiiy,
Spec Daniels, Int Liq.
D'n Haas, Carry Weapon,
Eltsha Upton, Inl Llq.
Thomas llernal, Dlsp Liq.
Roscoo Cudd, Int Llq.
Georo Russell, Diap L'q
George Russell, Dlsp Liq.
George Russell, Diap Liq.
George Ru8ell, Dlep Liq.
Waller Thomas, Disp Llq.
Plus Bullook, Disp Liq, '
Will Bange, Int Llq.
Floyd Epps, Murder.
Clem Beaver, DiBp Llq.
June 4, 1001.
Jim Childers, Lirceny.
Ben Willis, Larc & Rc S P.
J. II. Ferguson, Int. Liq.
Lee Lovi, John Sanders, Til
man Sanders, Jack Pearson, Bur
glary it Larceny.
Bill Martin, Old Man Martin,
Destroying a fence.
M. M. Couch, attempting lo res
cue and set at liberty a prisoner
lawfully in custody of an officer.
Jody Tinker, Strli' Tinker, JesB
Tinker, Assault to Mil.
Saris Tinker. Jess Tinker, .
cessory oeioro iaci to asaault o
Mclvin Walker, Assault to kill.
S. M. Foreman, Inl L'q.
8. M. Foreman, Disp Liq.
June 5:h, 1901.
Columbus Phipps, Laro & Reo
W. B. Arlerberry, K H. Arler.
CharleB Mason, laroeny.
Richard Smith, larceny.
W. B Aiterberry. Kelly Artei-
VrC BKArtCrh'Irry, Kelly Arter-
Elmer MoDsvrijB, larceny.
Allen JohMWj(ji- and rec S P.
June ftflt1001. .v(
John Smith, Laodon Smith, laro
& reo S P.
John Smith, laneeny.
Richard MoGeef larceny.
George Lowery; Otiarity Bruner,
Bob Wilson, robbery.
Ed Odum, Jamen HarriB, Gcorgo
Thomas Goylor, liurder.
Jamca Brooks, bueny.
Jackson Vann. lafaeny.
Earl Eazell laroeiA.
George MclBwan,' assault to kill.
Johnson Clmrklav, Jt'urla Chark-
ley, Charley drien-, am Simeon,
dist relg w'rBlip.
Ieaao Johns in, 'ills
June 8lh, 1
Babe Mahar ly, r
Babe MuliarJV A
George Faull.nbi-, 1
& rec 8 P.
June 13b It
Dave Webber, dfr
Jobn Groves, reo a
John L. Sprlngatjhn, 1
pension lee. .
.Tnhn T. Rnrlni'ntf.r.
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pension lee. v
ohn O Wilson, murder.
AVllliara Gouoh, murder.
Frank Gerdner, laro & reo S P.
Frank Gerdner, laro & ren S P,
June Uth, 1001.
Charley Hendricks, five counts
of felonious assault,
Annie Walkingsllck, Dora Se
quoia, five counts of felonious as
Jess Harmon, murder.
June JiiWi, 1001.
Rua Henderson, Joe Martin,
Will bhaw, .murder,
oJ. L. Lacy, embeszloment.
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r Villlnm l'raUia .Sard!
y 1 -AsWHsBsBsCjB'Siai 1
Jim Collin, assault lo kill.
Jasper W. Ilensley, Inl liq.
Jasper W Ilensley, dlsp llq.
June 13th, 1001. '
W. P. Nonweller,intllq.
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i) 11 11 111
Ono Mis. Gallon, dlsp llq,
Don Parker, In', liq.
Don Parker, dlep liq.
June Mth, 1901.
L. II. Tolberl el al, dlsp llq.
11 11 - 11 i
11 n 11 ii,
J. Warren Reed, subornation of
J- Warren Reed, subornation of
3t Warren Reed, subornation of
Dick Luokey, larceny.
June 15th, 1001.
TIiob. W. Triplott, preB fahoccrt
utter false wrll'g
ii ii ii
present false cert
Albert A Taylor, burglary.
June 17th, 1001..
Barlow Redden, murder.
June 18th, 1001.
Frank Iliikey, murder.
John Riddle, dist relg wrshp.
uoy T'oglin, reo 3. 1'.
tiejrco Johnson, larc fc reo S P.
Ton Tinsley, dlep llq
Court Officials Enjoyed a Fishing
Trip on the Illinois River.
Judge GUI returned home last
Thursday having been compelled
to forego the pleasures and discom
forts of a fishing trip and outing on
the Illinois river.
Upon tho adjournment of the
Tahlequah term ot court Judge
Gill, Marshal Leo Bennett, Clerk
C. A, Davidson, Deputy Prosecut
ing Attorneys J. II. Huckleberry
and O. L. Rider, F. D. Adama and
Messrs. W. W. and Geo. W. Find
lay, of Kansas, arranged for a
season of recreation.
Tbo gentlemen embarked in
boalB and floated down the river
leisurely, going into camp early
each evening and fishing while
the' attendants pitched the tents
and rooked meals.
In several places the river benda
abruptly and, the current runs
swiftly. In running such raplda
the party encountered several mis
haps which compelled them 'o get
out and wade. The boats weie
frequently lodged on sand bars
when it was a case of "all parties
get out and shove."
Al ono place where the current
was unusually swift an old log
Btuck out over the water nearly
across tho stroam, as if to impose
an injunction against further pro
gress. Jim Huckleberry was pil
oting the provision boat and he
decided that there was no ground
for the injucllon and proceeded to
turn the boat to escape eervice.
He. soon found that there was
plenty of water, however, and ub
the craft was whirled against the
log and cansized. thl' caDtain was
'Boon Bputlering neck deep in the
miusi ol boxes an.u sacks, while
the cooking tools sank lo the bot
tom," Most of the ,grub,' wsb
rescued and a new supply of pots
and pans were procured at a farm
The party, other than Judge
Gil), proceeded down the river
till Sunday, Tho only discomfort
of the trip, readily forgotten in the
pleasurable memories of tho out
ting,Uwere tbo e confounded little
bugs that are the most persistent
bltera you ever saw. Every one
had a diamond pointed steel bill
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by leocl applications as they cannot
roach tho diseased ponton of the ear.
There Is only ono way to euro deaf
noss, and that U by constitutional
remodlos. Doafncss la causol by In-
flamailon ot the mucuous lining ot
the eustachian lube. Wheu thuTtibe
la Inflamed you havo -a rumblluV.,
sounu or uu ponce. Hearing, ana when
it Is entirely closed, dcafnou 1b tbo
result, and unless tho lulUmajlon can
bo taken out and this tubsrcatored
to its normal condition, hoanhg wilt
ba destroyed forever, nlno casoj out
of ton aro caused by catarrh, which Is
nothing but nn lnllamol condition ot
the inucuoa surfaces.
Wo will give ono hundred dollars
for any c;io of deafnow (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo euro! by
Hull's Catarrh Ouro. Send for circu
lar,, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO.,
$oUI by drngulata, 73c. Hall's Family
riusuiomo Deal. w
HtfRpiftf ami plasterers aro still
Idle UJjfhey cannot proiurosand
for mylari U'he question li becom
ing sorjuMcon8truct'on work gen
enilly If tyM standstill. Work ou
many nuw i&!ni contemplated can
noV bcttjamwecol until tho founda
tions ariaWj( Tho contractors report
thosaud pit upon which Vinlta de
pend", u be fterllowe(i with water.
William Chouteau cauio down from
Kaasai Cj lpa week to look after
l Yli sM'fWMU.
Is to be Bncouraged by the Industrial
Department of the Katy.
'The Missouri, Kaneas & Texas
railroad is turning a good deal of
attention to the industrial depart-ment,-'
said Mr. T.L Peel, indus
trial agent of tho road. "It is ro-
cogni ed as a thing that ia destined
to build up Texas and Indian Tor
rltory and Incrcaeo railroad ton
nags more than anything else, and
the objects of this department aro
lo encourage and aid tho raising
of fruit, vegetables and the like
and the establishment of canning
factories and all kindred industrial
plants, knowing that from these
the company will reap large re
turns in increased tonnage and
"Il has been my duty to look
after the industrial department,
and I am pleased to say that the
country In the territory and Texas
along the line of our road has very
rapidly increased its ncreago of or
chards, truck ond berry farms, and
the people are rapidly learning
that they should not stop al sup
plying the home and nearby
country, but should supply the
middle west and north with frulta
and vegetables, and they realize'
that canneries should supply a
great part of the country with can
ned fruits and vegetables instead
of importing them."
Hunt's Lightning Oil
cure? ca'arrh, ncurabjia, sprains,
cramp colic, diarrhoea, cuts, head
ache, rhumatlsm. Good fur man and
beast. Falling, money returned to
The criminal docket for ihe Wag
oner term of ouurt has loeti compiled
by Assistant Pr sccutlng Attorney
Nat. Rider- Court will convene thero
June 3, and 101 criminal cases will bo
"With oncbottlo or Ueggs' Cherry
Cough Syrup my cough and soreness
entirely disappeared." Ernest Whip
ple, Davenport, Ia. Guakaneed to
cure all thrca'. and lung troubles has
never falle-i, iry It. People's drug
Louis Zeno has removed his grocery
and butebcrshup from Uic cast side to
the law store room In tn Tbowawa
building. In hit oew loeaClon Mr.
Zenu has one of the best arranged
stores la the city. A large tee box or
refilgerator will serve to keop his
meats, vegetable aod perishable pro
visions cool and frosh.
1 will pay the owner ot tbo best
mule colt sired by either ot my eight
mammoth Jacks, f 100. at Vinlta colt
show Oct. 15, 1002, brccdors appoint
ing judges. Alto will pay $100 to own
er of best horse colt a I rod in season ot
1001 by my seal brown hambictonlan
bred stallloc, George O., weight 1300,
height 101 hands, of Hal Pointer fam-
lly, combined saddle nnd harness
horc As s. breeder this hone has
fow equals, and his colts Invariably
shew his pure blood In stylo and finish.
It Is only nccossary to eco bini toappre-
clate his splendid qualities.
To insure colt, $10; 95 August 1st
and fj when coalt Is foaled, with re
D. S. Wakkbk, Vinlta, I. T. It
Mrs. Mabel W. Anderson has been
tbo recipient ot a number ot letters
from literary people from all parts of
the country congratulating bcr upon
tho excellence ot hor recent articles,
especially that oaptluoed "Tho Lovo
of the Beautiful," published a few
General Superintendent Sweeney
of tho Katy pasfoJ through on Thurs
day night's Oyer.
ft msy be true of virtue that " But to
wish more virtue Is to gain," hut it Is
not true that ishing for health brings
Us a step nearer the realization of our
wish Health must be souoht and striven
ir. There are more than half a million
people who have found health, each in
Hie same way, and by the sane means.
That way and means are open tojttK. If
you arc suffering with obstinate, linger.
Ing cough, bleeding of the lungs, bron
chitis, emaciation, weakness, a condition
which if neglected or unskilfully treated,
leads to consumption, begin at once the
use of Pi- Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It never falln to help It per
fectly hrals ninety-eight out of every
hundred who gie it n fair and faithful
Sick persons are Invited lo consult Dr.
Pierce by letter absolutely "ree of all
fee or charge. livery letter is held as
strictly private and sacredly confidential,
ami an auaners are sent In plain envel
pes, bearing no printing upon them
'he experience of Dr Pierce often en
ables him to suggest auxiliary treatment
spcciall adapted to the individual case.
Auuress w K. v tierce, autfalo. N Y
' About cue yrar ajo I
withatlrr, hacking tough
'" A""?'1 Jue.X,r ISO." Ka o lx troublJ
Ihaurr. hacking couffh anilahiirinsihrniioh
my brcaA to Hut I coiiti hardly go about or do
my houe work for tuywlfaud buiband." writes
Mr. Alice tloltou, of St Albans, Kanawha Co,
W Va I Id rur tioubla go on until about
ciaw wouina atQ I tot one o I)
r Dr R v rletct'a
for wb diaKa, and I wrote to the WoiU'
uic paroDnici. i i
DDhlcla. I Inrnril ur .-l t.mNl.
anr reading lb liltlr book Tbey aooo b
t Sledlfal AUflI.tlnn In H mtl llm
;n answer and advtKl tat what to do. f fob
fl liVe i
www inrir auvice ana j soon louniJ
IbtUMofllr K V Mtrce' Colder Medical lAt.
conn iMind .ll-f hv
eow.-y i have nied three bottles of It and now
"Dr Pierce- Plea-ant Pellets do not
become unecilly to the system tbey
uae rel'i'ed of accumulations sad ob.
Not thcrcmncnt of an old
business, can be found at . .
Ed. Lee Manufacturing Co
The Gurney Refrigerator,
Thoroug-hably changable, and is ( fee
iroin Daa oaer, so common
Ice Cream Freezerst
And the most complete
SHELF HARDWARE ,
shown in the town of Vinita at cortect pric:-..
Farmers and Ranchmen
Of The Surrounding Country.
Best Grades of Stock
AJIVisit WillConvince You.
Hy goods you Want t
My prices are LOW. 5
Carries a full line of
iliAiVyitkJ )& JunWlB
wTliO I ir ' if frv'f
wC WWrHalaHaE3l f X ''
PLOWS, HARROWS, HCULTIVAT"-
ORS, CORN PLANTERS.
Everything Use.! by theJUp-to-Date Furmel.
SEE SAMPLES WJFORB BUVINO.
fl, H. Green, Opposite Gireeo Hotel,
AJi Sizes Screen Doors.!!
line of nice new
The . i
I talk for my goods Hq
Af tenvards they talk fo r -,
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