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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO
VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1901.
VOL. XfX. NO 50
M caiEiFTAii ,
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Of Resignation Said to Have
Been Sent to Washington.
Aa his Probable Successor as Act
,ing Ohatrtnun of the Dawes
Commission, but the tit.
.Loulenn Claims to Hare Re
eeivo'd no Tip.
which the insurance ciiiupmiie
mny pptxify, if tliy desire,
bui approximately every fifty fei'l,
provision will bo matin fur Imft
(itliidlimt'iil. The Hhove will 1)0
2 12 inches exlra co'lon rubber
lined; 212 inch uoxzlca vvlttu one
inch spellings will bo used; five
hundred feet of (his hose will be
provided on reel oarts at the juno.
tion of Illinois avenue and Wilson
slreot, ready for immediate at
taohment. There will also be
kept at this point, hook", laddors,
rubber buckets and other flro
fighting aparatUB, and a volunteer
flro brigade will bo trained to
handlo the same.
CI Ckl DV M IP UTi "' First NrtlionHl bank has been
I LL.VV U I IllUN I called
While Many Sad Creditors
Lament Their Doparuro
El Reno, Ok., Aug. 7. The ap.
pointment of Colonel D. P. Dyer
of Si. Louis, member of the draw
ing commission, to succeed Tarns
Bixby us nc'lrg chairman of the
Qawcs cominission to the Five
Jivilized tribes in the Indian Ter-
3? It '(oryB more man n prouauiuiy,
7j it according to the statement of a
X rl man lately from St. Louis. Bixby's
resignation is said to have been
io Washington for the past two
trebles, lie is now in Colorado on
a two months' vacation. Colonel
Dyer was asked to day if there
rrae any truth ia tho rumor.
M do not know that Mr. Bixby
has resigned," ho leplled. "As
to my appointment I bavo never
discussed (lid subject,' havo not
tyeen offered tho place and do not
know that I would be selected if
there should be a vacancy.
Colonel Dyer is known, to be a
close personal friend of decretory
E. A. Hitchcock and to enjoy his
highest confidence and esteem.
When Bixby tendered bis resigna
Honfionythe Dawes Commission
about a year ago Colonel Dyer's
St. Louis friends organised to ee
cuie his appointment. He was
.sited whether he would accept
the place and he replied that be
, ...j . -i... wi-t't.in iheat'
otlice not vacant. J tie oAW
Colonel Iiyei"ri friends to secure
Ibis appointment was traced back
runlJl the evideuce wad conclusive
Itbat Secretary Hitchcock had (n
sjpired them with the assurance
that ho would bo glad to uso his
influenco in naming Colonel Dyer
as Bixby's successor.
Colonel Dver has Inntr bren it
ban Republican leader In a Democratic
t of T Btal " ''8 v6" in Chicago,
ords ' waa onc tl,e Republican nominee
the . j.10T governor ot Missouri ana is a
, s man of ability and wide ajepari
. ,fioco in public affairs. As United
t 3tateB attorney for tho ftistern
Jf aIhIa! .-. I ItflAtf! tA Mu
luimriu. vi iuicouuri ii u ran uuwa
4rad convicted the loaders of tho
footed St. Louie "Whisky rlug."
Rings With the Eloquent Appeals ot
tho Indian tor Justice.
o; I "W
f IRE PROTECTION.
, fon I
reiori of system Submitted to the
Board of Fi'.'C Underwriters.
The following plans for a sys-
ietn of water lines, to be used for
f.re pro tact I on, have been submit.
1 by 8eo'y Parker of the Com-
':ro4ivl club, to tho Insurance
nanies. A map showing the
.wit of the different business
' Awas also submitted as a
'v, Jthe reduction of insurance
y ji win follow ilia comple
,ttr supply will be from
well Immediately op
tsoo depot, which ex
uppiy ior a pump
capacity, and which
t minute; a main of
(1 will connect this
vlxfxf piston pat
apaoity, 130 gal.
e. J his pump
by boilers 160 to
r; the Average
pressure 'in ro
BDd night will
This boiler will
tunil Joe plant,
will be tfiojja bo
ftter supply and
ecessary MII bo
pump at a mo.
fill be transmitted
fo tho business
tty (.about a blook)
pipes instead of
(the plan in vogue
oi running plpos
fibrongh large build.
e will ha irpfirly
!'Bp from freeing, or
janJ, or both .if lie.
en vr.i :Wlnt,
Editor Chieftain: I spent two
dayB of lost week, Thursday and
Friday, at the full-blond masB
convention on Spavinaw, In Saline
district. The atlendanoo wa large
and from all parts of tho district.
The prevailing complexion of the
crowd was full-blood. A few white
men wero there with their fam
ilies. It waa pleasant to notice
how fully in accord witti tho In
dians all these wjiftp men were,
both in friendship and sense of
Tho jollities of the oosasion
were left in tho hondB of tho boys
and girls; the older people, the
mon and women, took care of the
dignities and proprieties.
It was a boauliful place, a bot
tom land plateau, sbadod by for
est, and skirted on two oidos by
the flowing, rippling, limpid
waters of the Spavinaw.
One beef a day was roasted on
tbs bank of the creek; a platform
for public speaking was erected,
lodged against the trunks of the
trees, Thero were no seats, the
audience rested upon the ground
around and nn all sides of the
At noon the call was made tinii
a procession marched by the huge
fire of broiling beef and oaoh per
an ink went snatched up a
alj$LL0T Suad be,D ea,6H
Che rtikJyTo ' aoTymn. IteJduTrii;
multitude. Tho raii wns'eeriouB
and gravo. In his remarks he
dwelt mainly upon lha psiufu
situation of his country and bis
people. He raid tbe United States
in passing tl;p Curtis law had
dono the CberokerB a grpdl piepe
of injuBtica-r "But they aro not
all to blame." Said he. "Our own
head men, the men that we have
trusted have managed badly, and
led us Into this bad condition.
Tfceir foolish uianaemsnt hae
given ,or nation a fead name ond
offended the United States, and
that ia what has done the mis.
chief." The chief closod bis re.
marks by exhorting the peoplo to
be careful as to the men ihey are
to select for tbe next counoll,
It was curious to notico that
there was not a single mixed blood
Cherokee statesman anywhere to
bo found on tbe grounds. There
was only one candidate for oflico
there. Where were these menT
Ttieso people etiowed a groat
want of Information in reference
to the condition of their publio
arum, inoy Had heard about a
Curtis law, a minora wrong and a
townsite wrong, and a groat many
other wrongs, but they had no
definite idea as to tho true nature
and beating of these wrongs. One
aged, boneBt man, a full-blood,
said to me: "I want understand
these things' I asked him if tbe
Principal Chief, or some opp who
made tbe treaty, or some candl.
date for office had over explained
them to him. He said: "No, they
don't say anything about it."
TOO 9A 8TKE.
Tho Eratwhilo Proprietors of tbe
Western Hotel Took Thoir
Nocturnal Flight, Leaving
Naught but Unpaid Bills as a
Thero wbb no joy, some break
fast and much wrath in evidence
in the Western Thursday morn,
ing. Thero was also a suggestive
vacuum, caused by the moonlight
exit of Mies Gertrude Ruble and
Tho cyole of time was mov
ing rapidly on tho first-day of the
month, when promises are some,
times cashed and sometimes re
newed, when not too badly worn.
Henry and Qcrtio had a stock that
had been reupboUtered. and
passed up to their creditors so
many times that they feared tbe
shock that would follow, if they
set them up again in new dress.
Tho question of uash had a mor
cenlnary jinglo that grated harsh
ly on their sensitive natures.
Thero was but one recourse and
that was to bie themselves "Far
from the uaJdlng crowds ig
noble strife," and hie they did,
Tho crowd is still mad. Await
ing tho initial note from Robert
Lybrand'e nasal trumpet, that has
".Iwps been the Bignal for every
body in and fights out, in the pop
ular hosllery. fJortio' quietly col
lected her feminine impedimenta,
while 'I-1 ry "d a heavy stunt on
A weii $'.'. i r-glleotion of hand
bags, i hern ore no s-tl good
bjefe, ' a i.- t waa the deire of
the d .r i f ones to fscape any
. or baggage grab-
for liext TtieMtny Id ehcta
cashier Io euccefd W. E. Ramsey,
who resigned to nccepi iho" pni-l
'lo.i of treaurer of n trust com
pany at Mu-kugni.
Willie Oivens was bitten by a
mad dog about five weeks ago.
Last Friday hydrophobia devel
oped and tbo boy died in great
agony on the following Tuesday.
Ho was 12 years old and a son of
8. Oivens. W. E. Ramsey.
FIRST NEWS ITEM
Comes from Pen ot Edrle Rogers and
Is Very Warm.
MiesSabrinaLucky found a hen's
nost with 10 eggs about ten days
ago. 8ho placed them in a paper
sack on the safe and threo chick,
ons wero batched and since then five
mpre were hatched. All eight of
them aro living. How is this for
worm weather? Edhie RooEns.
Murders and Cutting Affrays
Reported Daily From
FORCE OF MARSHALS
Out After Guilty Ones who Havo
Been Enjoying a Carnival of
Crime That has Resulted in
Four Murders During the
Secretary Hitchcock Qranto Request
of Chief Uufflncton for
ouiei uumngton received a
message from the secretory of the
interior Thursday announcing that
the chief's request for an exten
sion of time In whiph to prepare
an answer to tho potition of the
Cherokee Oil and Gas Company,
for a lease of oil and Gas lands,
bad been granted. This extends
the lime until Sept. 11th, aod
gives the Cherokee Nation lime to
prep-.ro and file individual pro.
test, in addition to the general
denial of tbo claim of the com
pany, which will bo made jy the
attorney of the'nalion.
SPEED TO BURN.
yinlta jorje( Roxey. Stirs MR Clotjds
of Dust for'Chelsea. Rival.
b ', 'jtyaiah
t have tot
,t i 7, TlrB!
flMt'ltmett wr toward JfSbkam
James Honnessy and Wm Tlbbils,
night clerk, and cbrf. reeneotlve-
yt or the deserted hostelry, were
encountered. There was fjre in the
Hennessy optic and a twitching
of the Tibbite bicope. There was
ofiT in fho heart of Henry, and
tears In Ibc v 0f flertio. Tbe
tears, however, could no. quench
the Henneasy conflagration, or
slay tbo congealed upper cuts in
tbe Tlbbila biceps, so Henry
purchased peace, by casbins the
claims of I) Id forgotten employees.
ajicjt ero iiicu auoweu to board
tbe 1J:-J5 Katy for Kansas and
The hotel was closed-Thursday,
under foreclosure proceedings, as
everything Jpft ip (,p building is
Several of Iho merchants trusted
Henry too well and are heavy
loBers through their confidence,
wbilo the hotel heln nii-o
ly overlooked, in the haste attend
ing meir late employer's exit
The matelt speed contest b
fweentlm Vinita horse "Roxey"!
and the Ot)li- horse, "Nix, '
which was run at the ruee trat
Saturday, reemled in a processkn (
with the Vinita burse escorting
Jess Lonagan killed In a drunk
en brawl near Illinois Station
Disemboweled in a knife fight
with "White man" Martin, near
Big Creok, died Friday.
Cut in fight at picnic near Miles
P. p., Wednesday night. Walker
stabbed through the brain will
die. Summers severely injured
ahitit body; recovery doubtful,
unknown man killed in
dn5tn orgy at Quapaw Friday.
Tats is the record of crime ro.
pBJtad to the Marshal's office in
Ittftaciiy durine tho nast week.
tero-ai other points in tbe Terri.
torjr each day has produced Ha
story of wanton murder, that baa
afhM s page tp tbe bloody record.
OttpUia Wbito Friday received
a dtajwlcb from A. W. Abrams, a
bunker of Baxter Springs, report
ing crowd of drunken men nod
wosjon opgagod in an orgy at
Qunpaw tbat'bad already resulted
in one man ueing snot. The epl
di-atf- of orciaa be taxed tbe for.
i. inn m.-. m.trmL
IB... .V.1 HB .. I .. UAr 1
fhai' afQcto its limit, am! vey
avafcb! (ffBjty is cut after ;tbe
'..'!r- U. wn8 hare beeu rqnniug
',ipbaut the Territory.
', '... isaaliona of the carnival
la tna rro;-
inchus at Iho eight post, but
bard. A link was let out
wmo-uaoo. given by the if l UlllinM
--.-. Iltln. ii.ll.. Ill I iiinntviuut
. -y , iSKhTiriHI lrf"IJ1VMT"illt.ilhiii mm
Jii Ji bsjrtraMditk.leaLMUYri ilVJC jbi' j
i iireatairtaliaTd'inTiPn f,.i'.'
ingH.t ioflsofcrops by tho drought.
Tbi r theory i8 that the men bYP
beer, ade Irritable tbrouoh thn
Iom of tbelr year's work and have
wceurss to the. knife or gun on tho
M.t(h.xt (m.ahm.-sI' it.
prompt arrests and vigorous proa
cut'.on, Ow. reputation of tbe
Tmitory wlU soon bi inimical to
ite pBent recod as a law" aWqa
lection of tue;Jnon-
Jloxey'e" leathers at the mid
ilatlon, and jp the remaining
eight, be dished up lengths of
daylight to the ChelBea enrinter.
A large contingent of Vinita sporls
Your Summer Journey.
If you wish to Investigate the mln
oral wealth and fruit orchards of Ar
kansas and Missouri, sco the rich
farms ot Oklahoma and Indian Ter
ritory or ko on a summer outing, tako
the Frisco line. Kor health, wealth
or pleasure wo surpass all others. Ar
rangements hav! been made whereby
wo can now sell tickets through to
Vclivllle, Ark., tho center of tho rich
est mineral district of Arkansas and
Missouri.' Bummer rates, to Eureka
Springs, tho famius hcalth'rcsort, aro
on, and tickets limited to ninety dars
can be procured at nny time. Wc aro
right In lino on cheap rates to De
troit. Michigan, Lo.ilsvillc, Ky.,Mcm.
phis, Tcnn., St. Pari , Minn., Mllwau-
i i'iom viiiiviuuaii j.. can uran
Cisco, Cal., Buffalo, it. Y., Washlne
ton, v. u., and all other Important
points. We will ilccm it a pleasure
11 ukuiu mm jou on any contem
plated trip and will uso our best en-
dcivor to render courtoous treatment,
assuring you of a satisfactory journey.
Any otUcr Information wilt bo cheer,
fully given by tho nca-cst Frisco
agent or drop a card to u: her of tho
unacrsignen. u. if. dunn,
Dlst. Pass. Agent, Wichita, Kas.
Gen. Paas. Agent. St. Louis, Mo.
Low Rate Excursions
all Summer via
The Burlington Route.
During tho coming summer the
Burlington Route will havo In ctfoit
tbo Very lowest cxcnrglnn ratoi tm.
havo ever been made. Tho general
plan qr tnc.e rates, destinations, etc.,
Is so varied that tho public should
ask their nearest ticket ai?nnt, far ri.
laus, ur oito no us i do ravor to write
ior ruics, acscripiivo matter, etc.
CHEAP SUMMER TOtTRS wp.ot
Dally to Colorado. VTt.iii nnri nio
Hills, alio Homcscckcrs' excursions
orcry two weeks to tbo whole west
WJEAr EXCURSION EAST
Very low round trip rates to tho Buf,
falo Exposition, tho Seashore, Ad
irondack!, Canada, Michigan Lakes,
Mackinaw; a thousand eastern ro
wiw; unoiaifcs anu r-au trips cast
via.of Chicago, Detroit, Clovclaod.
OnEAP EXCURSIONS NORTII
Evcrydar to St. Paul. Minnn-.tv.ti.
and Lake Superior resorts; tho cool,
est rccreativo country.
Ask for the Burlington's Summer
cutiuu ruig cirpuian.
personally conducted every tVcdncs
day from St. Louis, every Thursday
from Kansas City and St. Joseph.
Wrlto ub for rates and printed mat
tor describing tho proposul trip.
LJAB.niCKS'v . w Wakkley.
Tr A- e?..,ul? 8t- Oca. Pass. Air-t
MiH,':,,y' l0- St. Louis. Mo.
The "SoMb Bend"
Is the Best One on Earth.
. N. Green
Has Just Unloaded
A Car of Them. .
I IT PAYS FARMERS!
TO BUY THE BEST.
They last twice as
long as common one
A recent report of tho Interior
Department Bbowe that there is
$33,317,055 in tho UnifBLl States
treaaury to the credit of Indian
tribes, drawing interest at four
and five per cant., making an an
nual income ol $1,040,458. The
Indiana-of Indian Territory bold
lands worth about $10,000,000.
Tbo land of the Maind Indians is
Indian millionaires orpnpHack.
ing, either. Dr. Oonbyathekba
is president of an Insurance com
pany with a reserve of 83,600,000
Big Buffalo is worth a million, or
oloao to the mark, And there are
many Indiana with property valu
ed at from 5100JOQ to fGJfJo.PQP
The Katy road has Inaugurated the
teguu fiuHay summer excursion
rtMfto.lJrrimi!t utiu uu rhnr
Homcseekers Sacrificing Their Ef
fects lor Transportation lioe.
fir, and Mrs. Van ptport have
returned from ft week'a visit with
relatives at Vinita.
ChaB. 0. Wilson lias moyed his
family from his farm buck to town.
J. 0. Crawford and wife left to.
day for Siloarn Bprlngs, Ark., on
a visit to Mrs.vCrawfordH parents.
Several MiamUes were in Vinita
Wednesday of ti8 week on busi
ness, , political and otherwise.
Wore is progressVig rapidly on
tho addition to IfoWliamB' build,
Ing since tbo rain. Nfben com
pleted this will be aVbandsome
threo story Blructure,50 x 120
Tho railroad bridge soW the
Neosho ia about compleUd and
traok in laid within two roLs ol
Gjiami, we had hoped to We
tne p-isoo tralps u JVJiaml bihe
end of this week, but Iron canVnt
be had for a few days. Thero
som tail, of Miami being made
El Reno, Ok., August 4. Hun.
dredB of horaeeeekers who failed
to draw a claim in tho new Kiowa
Comanche country are selling their
tents, horses and wagons at c
sacrifice in order to reach their
homes. Many others who have
camped on the borders of tbe land
for months, expecting that it
would be opened by a 'run." are
destitute, and already suffering is
apparent. Hundreds are drifting
ouuin .owarus tne projected towns
of Anadarko, Hobart and Lawton,
hoping that something may turn
up. M"any merchants and pro
festjonal men drew plalnjB, while
hundreds of needy have found
IhemselvoB without either the
hopedfor land or money sufficient
to purchase necessities.
Of Recently Opened Lands Drawn
by Returning Mlssourlao.
WILL BUILD TO SELL.
Kansas Capitalists roj-oso Buildlug-
Another Territory Railroad.
Parsons, Kan., Aug. 3. Henry
Hudson, a prominent citizen of
Pberryvalo, Jan., was In the city
Thursday and organized a com.
pany that will build a new rail.
road from Coffeyville, Kan.,
through Barlleaville. I. T.. .ml
then on through Lawton to Okla.
uuujb jy, wnere mo road will
"The water IsalkMI, Boda, cln
muu an' gyp; the Bile is aaa and
red ints, an' tbe hull country will
do a noss grave yard befo tbs
winter is done."
This is the picturesque descrip.
tion that R. R. fyisaell ol I,a-f
ronce oounly, Missouri, gave this
morning, of the' recently oneced
The disgusted Mleaourlan was
enroute horae.on foot, having sao.
rigcej his team, by bis desire "to
be shown," what kind ot aoteage
Uncle 8amuel was dealing out for
With his remaining worldl
pOBsessioiiB strapped on tho long
bltck tubes of an antique shot
gun, he passed through town this
morning, stopping long enoueh to
aeltver his opinion, and when last
and positively heals
cuts, vrouuda, scalds,
sa, liurns, spxcj
p- Furtj -ear, a. thl jrfi-,,,,. w
nude for sate by tbe gj-t Qnuui phyv
SiCian pr, ScUUj. Todav there rr
wore of It sold than of any other healinr
.u.4SUl. n lne grea. antiseptrc rf.
lieTing and curing household salve ol
this country. No oticr equals it Jt
co-ts a cerHi at your dealers or br mail
f.rspaiJ. This is a remedy that will pay
you actual dollars and save suffering by
keeping it constantly in your house, for
occasions so often occur when if instant
application ts not wade of u proper re
lieving, curing and inflamatlon prevent
lop remedy, time is lost, subsequent
.w-oidohle suffering caused and perhaps
doctor y Us mado necessary by delay nnd
neglect. Get a box at once and insist on
having Oegga' fJerman Salve.
People's Drue 5tore.
Maryland (asaalty Company':
HEALTH INSURANCE POLICY.
Gives the Most Protection jt jt jt
J ot For the Least Collection
Hence it is the "Acme' of Perfection.
It pays $25 a weok for 52 wooks when ill with nny of tho
following disoascs :
Yellow Fever- -Acute
division point, espeolsly so boJ oonnept wtb the pboolaw Okla.
cause of her water and fee elmplo horaa and Qui. railway? A f e
U,,e' ' building the road tho l!
1 tone work la about com-lproposes to sell it to the Mlssnnri
pleted pr tlie highway bridge.
nuuut .u.'juvr uusneia of co
has been marketed in Miami witl.
in tbe past three weoke, tho prii!
Kansas and Texas railway com.
pany, II llio inner wishes to pur
If the "Katy" will not purchase
& nM4d U ,B 8a!d l!l the
M8MrtU try to Induce the
isiureTO --.' JCFear'osd to buy iUahditls
HomtorthB Memphis officfatlBafd ih.hih nhM.Jl. -.,!
came n on their special tralnJto do r..y it . .. i. ,:'.?.
evening ,:.l rmtV p.. ., .n niii. tb-j la.j.-. , ur...
;iair4vV. Kansas iitv a ki
i LiMllnn rt .!. ......... .1 "" V M -
- -t"--' ".jj u ni" 'iifciuro ui'bitp,
lUsPfi-ght tn Mtmi
Beeu, was scratuhlnrr anltninra
. . --
irom tbo Katy ties that stretch
awsy towards the north.
Chance to Make Dollar.
Tbo Dally Chieftain will pay ono
uuuar io me Doy or sin undor Of teen
years ot age, who sends In tbo best
tocai nows item any tlino boforo and
Includlnc tho 1Mb day of A ik-h-,1 w-
do this to encourago our youthful
friends to observe and report happen
ings of loottl interest. It l not al
ways the most lengthy item that Is
tho best, Tho little two-liner may
contain more real news than a half
column. Tell your story In plain,
simple language, using tbe com
moncfit words you qsii oomtoaod.
Sows must be oloan, and not offen
sive to aoyopc, and above, all, must
botruo. Don't be backward, but
wrlto out your .toms and Bend them
orbrlogthcmio.ortell 0,0.04 to us
orevtho telephone. tyrpxUtya will
pvpiiv inii niviivt,-? jjoj many,
no. j '--j ,i8-ic;iijtr -.3
mtsmiroHii t:.r M
There la Something- to See7
...ALO.NO. TMO... I
The Only Scenic Route txtween
St. lonis or Kansas City
ANp P01NJ3 in
"The Southwest and
I-Mtellrfllafldol Lead and ZL10
RUra RtsUtirtat and C. Car 3.
' VlA t!niakl. f- ..Tr -.1
" m tvwl SA f-jtalv rtva
AH nod.ro Cnvtal-rs fW C.tt,
p&nuaiicafly bliud br'pottt
-vuuum rromium isiu, loss than 3 cents rt day. Propor
tionately smaller proiniums for smaller bouofits.
For a Policy or an A j;ncy, call on or address,
Joseph pt Scoff, . - . general flgenf.
VINITA, IND. TER.
Tbe 5t. Louis
Tht Grt Rcpublle.r-
PPtr of Arrjerlct.
Tn; Ortt rtcwspaptr
of tbe Worl4.
Twice Every VeeK-One Dollar a Yfs
Uno2ndTtffilatX0,L0fA -rhl-wide. It Is
tion, Issued in semi-eeldV cUonT ob, r.,V,"u.c " ".-i" ?"? ?
A 7eae resort lh yir VotrmL Hcatt
"-i. iur uia oars or. L
Oatsp ntea at lUtuaM,
Train 203, Ooloc East .5:58 p. m.
q.?v $! Lm? Kansas City,
SnrlnBflcld and all North and
Train 207, GolngVest.. 10:80 a.m.
For Oklahoma City, Sapulpa.
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