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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1901.
VOL. XX. NO. 12
M ANALYSIS OP VINITA'S tf
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X MnKnmliim Aiilplmid OS parti 1W.W0
a MnRnmtlum UilorlcU 4 0 part l0.on
X Bnl 11 m Ulilorlile ... Bl.t purl 100.WO
M ftndlam L'srlionntt .KB1 purls 10OJO
X UmlPtermlRixl .. . S 3 parti lUO,0Oa
m Sumo nnnl rata applies to each of Hie
m nl u wnlla wlili llltln vailnilon.
DR. I,. DAOnY,
. 1'IIYSICU'N and SUROHON.
Office In New Ratollft Building. Tele
phone 101. Vlnlta, Iml. Ter,
TA51U3 S. DAVBNTORT,
I ATTORNKY AT LAW.
Rooms 9 and 10, New Hnlsell Building,
Vinita. I. T.
Davenport fc Hull, Attorneys at Law,
Hank Ilullalng, Clareuiore, I. T
- 1Ia"s.W. DAY, D. D. 3.
Gold Crown ond Drldgc Work n Special
ty. Office over Ilrst National Unnk
VINITA, I. T.
ATTORNKY AT LAW
,4ii'l Notary I'ulillc. Office In new Hnl
sell building, YlniUi. I. T. Will practice
in nil me umieuaiaics courts 01 me 1. 1.
? nn uiMtrn
inconly Kxcluslvc Bye, Iter and Nose
Specialist in tuHudlan Territory
j 3sL.' LA.. w
Bye treated and cksscs properly fitted
l.ffice at residence
C Best Place in the City
to Oct a Good Meal.
All kinds of menu, Fish and Gam
in Bensnii; Short Orderfl a epeo
tally Frfcli oylers in any
style; nnj thing you may
wnnt in tlin puling line.
(Jood meals 25 conle.
J. V. Sherwood, in Charge Oct i.
Tho National Council and
Largo Assemblage Hear
MATTERS OF IMPORT
Shop ut residence, iiiitdiately ntiih
of urownin Lumber Co., facing the
l'risco tracks. Will do high Rnule
carpenter work rind furniture repair
ing such as book cmcs, secretaries,
p'geon hole work, nnd all other wood
work in carpenter Atjrt furniture line
D. C. BOSWELL.
Cdil und ( xaiiilnc our to -k of
t Wood, Coal and Feed
Ve have ju-t received a car of
Ifindlint! Wo I, a car of
liitvo plenty at
sloy... Now Is
rhaso llil line of
y Ihoy rei heap.
McClure Feed & Seed Co
Latest Styles and
South of U. S. Cour lout:
Inferred to in tho Message Which
Recommends Making a New
Treaty Wilb Government
And a Per Capita
Tablequah, I. T., Nov. 8. Tho
moesago oi Ohiof Bufllnglon to the
national council was road in the
publio square today in tho pres
ence of tho members of both
branches of tho council, tho Dawes
onmmisBion and a concourso of
over 2,000 people
Tho questions of import referred
to in the executive's communica
tion were 88 forecasted in the
Tho following is tho full text of
Executive Department, Cherokoe
Nation, Tabhqunli, Iodtcn Ter
ritory, Nov. 7ir, 1001.
I'o tho Membeis of the National
Gentlemen: You hav nssem
bled to Iranenct such business as
may be necessary for the good of
tho people who have chosen you to
reprcsont them. In the origina
tion of legislative enactments your
will is supreme. In Ibis connec
tion the (Xccitlivo is merely ad
visory, as he can only make etich
suggestions and recommendations
as ho may deem expedient, that
may be put into execution or ig
nored at your volition.
A very grave responsibility has
devolved upon you, for your every
action is certain to be approved or
condemned by your people as it
reaches towards qr recedes from
tho principles of right and justice.
Bairn new from the people ac
quainte you with thai' desires and
nmdt. In the interest of your
e ve and ".oorb having an equal
uharw in Ibis estate, each of yuu
has, no doubt, recently Bought and
obtained the earnest wishes of your
coneiittunls as to the beBt method
to purBue in unraveling the tangled
conditions of affairs oi your coun
try. You bear your commieBionu from
u,pcoplo who truBt and conOdo in
your Integrity and ability and who
will bo disappointed and downcast
should you prove unfaithful to
duty. Your authority eminating
Irom an honest, intelligent and
earnest people bhould inspire you
with a resolution to meet their ex
pectatloiiB in a (earless and faith'
Tho passage or failure of any
matter that may bo submitted to
your consideration should bo pro
coded with a most careful analysis,
so that your actions in such mat
tors shall engage tho commenda
tion of the publio conscience.
Hasty law making is ono of the
growing evils of legislative bodies
and should be scrupulously evad
ed. In order 'that no ill advised
legislation be enacted or no meri
torious measure neglected or re
jected, you should proceed with-
and Furniture Repairing
Carpets laid 5oc a room and up
Ilil' Illdg Hack of Greening'
CORN & COAL
Ddlvcred to All Parts of the City.
Brackett's 4 Mill
C. R. SWANK. Prop.
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tl UK Bum m mVm ST
It is a laudable ambition to reach tuft
top of the ladder of success, Hut many
n man nho reaches the topmost rung
finds his position a torment instead of a
inunipn. 11c lias
health to success.
A man ran suc
ceed and he
strong if he
there is indiges
tion, loss cf ap
petite, ringing in
the ears, dizzi
ness, spots be
fore the eyes or
palpitation of the
heart : any or all
of these symptoms
lxHiit to weakness and
loss of nutrition. Dr.
Vierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery cures dis-:
eases of the stomuch
and other organs of di
gestion and nutrition
T)y perfect and abund
ant nourishment dis
tributed to each vital
organ it suable the co-ope r a-z5Wb
Hon oi an me organs 10 pre
serve the perfect health of
" 1'ur atuul two yfara I uioVml from a very
Ol-llnutr cr.i(llyit()U,"wrilt K K Beeoru,
Kq uf i.i Kiultni Ara, Tervnto, Ualailo. 'I
trird itrvai nmuW-r or tctumllt. vlthut luo-
ccm i diuiiv it iin 1 1 iiittn u. i w wj
fur none Hut I iuuU! not krar muv tolld fovtt III
my rf tuiuch lx a long tltur : felt melancholy
sikI !.')itwcl Could uul lep km fullew uy
Some fuur montV cu a ftUm
WneHt lliol I coullnueil I hi- iucJIcIh 1 have
rtcuHii'itmioi xuur'uohicii biioiksi inwwcry.
cup if u
AfU r a treL'f Ucslmellt 1 had i
ikru Ihrcc lutllM suit am convlucf I ft has
Id my tac acouiipiitiica a pcrniautm cure. I
L-nn Hiim-imtiity rKoiiunciiJil to the thoit
utuU uf dv.DciilLc. IhroMfflioul the laud
The " Common (jemc Medical Adviser,"
iooS large mges hi iaper cover, is sent
I'lcrce, Iluffalo, N. V,
c t delay to the consideration of
bso subjeots ol suoh eminent
J bllo concetn and to which your
attention in some degree will be
invited; tho consideration of nbd
action upon vital interests to the
public should not be deferred until
the cloeing days of council and
then be disposed of amid hurry
Your committees, which aro
charged with tho formulation and
investigation of bills of a publio
nature should begin work instantly.
This will save you the annoyance
of defeating or passing laws with
out the consideration their Im
portance deserves, and may save
you from tho criticism of unduly
prolonging the session of council
and unnoceesnrlly Increasing the
expenses. There is no reason why
the last days of this session should
bo crowded with business if, at the
becinnlnc, you should address
yourselves to your several duties.
With thU Introductory I will
now, In accords::..: itn tno pre
cedents of my official duly, submit
to you a review of publio events of
tho past year that concerns the
interest and welfare of the Chero
kee people, connecting therewith
such suggestions, which, I trust,
will meet with your favorable
Ojw by mo of our aged patriots
are called away by death. As a
nation we should bo thankful to
our Heavf nly Father for his spar
ing mercies and watchful care over
the hundreds who bavo had their
minus entered on the official roster
of our country. I am gratelul (o
be permitted to announce that only
a small number of those who have
heretofore given good and faithful
service to their people, have re
ceived their last Bummons during
the year just closed
Joseph A. dcales was born in the
old Cherokee nation, east of the
Mississippi river, and upon the
dissolution of tribal government
there came to this country. He
received bis education in the
schools of our nation and was a
student all through life. He filled
with credit and distinction the po
sitiuuo J. -'-'- " nrrt'.e. .tk
of the supreme court, delegate,
chief justice of the tupreme court
and executive secretary.
Williatu W. Ouffington was born
in Georgia, and came to this coun
try in an early day. He hod liv
ed beyond the allotted limn of
man over three score years and
ten. Ho was admired for bis ex
emplary nnd consistent privato life
and for faithful end crediluble ser
vice as a member of the senate.
He always met his duty with cour
age and never lowered IiIb eyeB in
the presence of any man. Death
came to him almost instcntly on
the evening ol the extremely hot
days ol the summer of 1001.
Ned Bullfrog wbb ono of those
pure blood Cherokee Indians
whose life reflects honesty of pur
poeo and devotion to country.
0. C. Lipe wob a useful citizen
and had served the nation well in
different official positions.
Under Sec. 13, of tho Act of Con
gress of June 23th, 1803, known as
the Curtis law, the Secretary of
tho Interior assumes the authority
to grant Iobsob upon our lands for
tho purpose of mining minorals
and oil. I was advised by letter
dated July 10, 1001, from the Hon
orable Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs, that tbo Honorable Secretary
of the Interior would after the ex
piration of thirty days from tho
11th day ol July, 1001, that Is ou
the 11th day of August, consider
tho application of tho Cherokee Oil
and Gas company, an Arkansas
corporation, ior tho lease of cer
tain lands in the Cherokee nation.
I immediately addressed a letter
to tho Secretary requesting a post
ponement of notion in order to ob
tiin some data, An oxtenslon of
thirty days was granted, and the
attorneys for the Cherokee nation
submitted the nations brief nnd ar
gument in opposition to tho appli
cation of the said company, before
the Honorable Secretary of the In
terior Sept. 10, last, nnd I also en
tered a vigorous protest against
tho granting of such a lease, which
aocompnnies this message for your
Information. Again the Secretary
postponed action unlit the 7th day
The granting of leases of any
kind at this time would only com
plicate matters more nnd prolong
our dying days. I believe the cit
izens of this nation want to hold
their lands, when it is Individual-
Ized, under the same system and
tenure as the United Slates make
It to her citizens owners of every
eTpe'iafl.; AdSrcS ""B brtiMih as well as above tho
Dr u. V
I surface. During tho ten years
which tills Iohpo has run, which
the Cherokee Oil nnd Gas com
pany now seek to gel possession
of, the paltry sum of .twenly-fiva
dollars has been received by. the
nation as royalty.
Such returns to our common
treasurer does not justify the ro
tating, for a score of years, the
progress and advancement of
thirty-six thousand land holders,
besides Ilia great hardship, the
leasing of this land now would
cftuso double that number of in
dustrious United Slates citizens al
ready in our midst.
Notwithstanding my efforts and
the efforts of (be attorneys for the
nation to prevent the leasing of
our lands, the Interior Depart
ment last month leased to the
Cherokoo Oil and Gas company
eleven thousand five hundred and
twenty acres of land in CooweeB-
I immediately ordered injunc
tion proceedings against tho Sec
retary and his subordinates to re
strain them from issuing said lease.
This arbitrary action should bo op
posed by us in every legnl way
possible, and you should make
provisions to follow it to the high
est courlBof the land.
Among the many milo poats that
mark the progress of our onward
course, there is none more promi
nent than tho educational institu
tions of the Cherokeg nation.
For their inauguration nnd organ
ization full crodit must bo' given to
our far eeoing ancestors, tho real
Cherokee Indian, i
Our schools stand out conspicu
ously as an embodiment of tho
highest and best type, of tho ad
vancement nnd christian growth
and aro lasting monuments of the
spirit of thriltiness of this people.
In our high schools was provided
for, and is tenaciously held, the
idea of separate education for the
Bexes. In these seminaries tho
young men and tho young women
are kopl in touch with the world
without being ruthlessly thrust
upon It to tho detriment of woman
ly gentleness and purity, and man
ly character and strength.
11 is a aoutv" of much gratidce-
lion to wilnett the placing of
young women ai d young men up
on their honor, tlius making Iheiu
ladylike and gentlemanly in their
conduct. Self responsibility is an
nducativn force to the student.
The coureo of study of our high
schools should, step by step, be
made oo equal to that of the cur
riculum of tho colleges of the sur
rounding stateB, so that the Cher
okee youth could acquire at home
the high literary culturo afforded
"by tho best colleges. The prepar
atory department should, in real
ity, preparo for the collegiate
course. Our neighborhood or pri
mary schools can and should bo
made moro efficient. It can be ac
cimplished by tho selection of bet
ter qualified teachers and a close
supervision of school room work.
On our board of education should
be tho best talent our country af
fords and men of Inch moral
There is now in operation, at
the expense of the Cherokee na
tion: Primary schools, 12-1; High
schools, 3; Teachers employed in
primary schools, 128; Teachers
employod in high schools, 13; Ag
gregate attendance of pupils for
fall term of 1000 and spring term
of 1001, 4180; Average attendance
for samo timo, 2417. Tho small
allendanoo the past year is attrib
uted largely to the prevalence of
smallpox throughout the country.
Enrollment at tho male seminary
for tho year 1000-1001, 282; Aver
age attendance, 137; Pupils enroll
ed at tho female seminary for tho
year 1000-1001, 221; Average ot-
Average attendance of pupils at
the colored high school, 3-1. -
This shows an Increased intorest
in our high schools and naturally
raises tho.question of their support
under this additional attendance
Our Echool annutties aro now
Council appropriated lost year
from primary schools', 831,015.00;
For books, $3,000; For support of
high schools, 838,041.11; Salaries
to members board of eduoation and
contingent expense, 82,250; For
international schools for blind
nt Ft, Gibson, 8800. Total appro
priations for eohool purposes 874,
800.11, which is 831,010,15 moro
than our income for the support of
You aro referred to tho report of
tho board of education ior a more
detailed statement of the condi
tion of our Bchool system. Since
the nation baa bsen donlod their
collection it appears that no part
of revenues nnd royalties due its
tin been placed to the credit of
tho school fund.
I hail with delight tho good re
suits that aro being accomplished
at this charitable institution. The
attendants nre treated as sons and
daughters of n well rrgulnted
homo. Superintendent, teachers
and children eat nl tho same tables
and partsko of tho same faro.
Every child is Impressed with tho
iden Hint he or she is there for n
serious purpose nnd must prepare
for future responsibilities.
The much needed repairs on this
building, for which tho council of
1000 niado an appropriation, bavo
not been reported as completed or
in progress, and for information
ooncernlng this matter you aro re
spectfully requested to apply to
lbs members of the board of edu
cation. Availablo funds for support of
Ibis institution annually amounts
to 818,733 96. Total sum appro
priated far orphan asylum last
This institution deserves a lib
eral appropriation for its healthy
The enle of eBtray property under
authority of a law passed by coun
cil and approved by tho president
,Drc. 27, 1000, has produced n very
satisfactory revenue. On account
of the peculiar conditions of our
government, tho enactment of such
a law is n matter of much diffi
culty, and such revisions and
nmendments should be made an
time and experience show to be
necessary and feasible.
The Inw as it now stands pro
vides that property must be adver
tised in some newspaper in the
district or by posting description
of the property in three conspicu
ous places in the district for tho
ionglh of time' required by law.
These advertisements nre mnde in
nine districts nnd in tho English
language only, which many of our
people do not understand. Very
seldom do people Bee lists of es
tray property of other districts
other than th
TIRED OF BlXBYl
Interior Department Said to
Havo Slated Him For
TOO MUCH POLITICS
And loo Little Work on tho Part
Of Acting Chairman of Dawes
Commission, Given as
Tbo Causo For
A dispatch from Washington
states that tho Hon. Tarns Blxby
is slated for retlremsnt from- the
Dawes commission without the
formality of hia oft reported resig
nation. Tho fact that Ibis time the exit
of the ubulquitouB Tarns is not
booked on the voluntary route adds
n measuro of hopo to tho aesuranco
that it Ib true to tho residents of
tho territory who hava endured
Bixby ad nauseam these many
The following recites the causes
leading to the promised exit of
Bixby as n territorial incumbrance:
"One of tbelfirst changes in the
federal officors lof Indian terri
tory will occur in connection with
the Dawes commission. Mr.
Tarns Blxby, acting chairman of
tbe commission, has been schedul
ed for retirement for several
monthBpast. His official term ex
pired tho 10th day of May last, but,
owing to the policy adopted by
President.McKinley of making few
changes'ln federal offices when the
Senate wbb not in session, and tbe
further fact that important work
was pending before the commis
sion, which was desired that Col.
Bixby,'should complete, no action
was taken'at that time.
Secretary Hitchcock and Com
missinner'Jones have been dissat
isfied with the management of the
districts in which I affairs of tho commission by Mr.
' Bixbr for the rait veer, and al
loopvtaie euou omeotions anujyioot Uwe8 rum ra ha bwa
defect I recommend that the law ciroual.d to tbe effect thai bis
lfesiteteti JkJ& jfc & ric m
Big bills, little billsthey're all the same
to us, just so long as they're lumber bill.
No matter what you want from a bunch
of lath to a complete house bill we strive to
give you such satifaction that you will come
Any way, we'd like to see you 'next time
you need lumber. If we can give you a better
grade of stuff for the same, qr less money, that
is what you are looking for, isn't it?
Run in and see us.
Full line of lime, plaster, cement, sewer
tile, paints, oils, etc.
We want your trade wer'e after it.
P. G. Broutoing & Co.
fif tvun nrtrt. ! T "i TTaw TT T , XVf T T r x.t W
First National Bank,
be eto amended as to require ad
vertisement to be made in tho
Cherokeo advocate, in both the
Cherokee nnd English languages.
FT. OinSON MILITARY RESERVATION.
In my Inst nnnunl message I
called the attention of council to
the great damage being done to th
buildings nt Ft. Gibson, formerly
used fur tsilitury purposes by the
United States, but reverted some
years ago to tbe Cherokee nation.
Thero are many substantial houses
among tho buildings that Bhould
return n profitable revenue to us;
but thero Boems to be no authority
to collect it.
I appointed a cuBtodian to look
after tho caro of this property and
collect renlB. No one would pay
anything to him as rental and no
assistance could be obtained to
compel them to pay. Many of tbe
houses are occupied by citizens
and non-citizenB alike. I urge
you to authorize some one to tako
charge of this valuable property
(or the nation, with directions to
protect it, collect rents or to sell
ASYLUM FOR INSANE, DEAF, DUMB
The report of the Bteward of this
institution shows that twonty in
mates have been taken care of dur
ing tho past year.
1 suggest that the appropriation
for the ourrent and contingent ex,
penses of this asylum be made to
begin tho first ot January and run
the ourrent year, thus ending at
the expiration of the term of office
of the steward. The appropria
tions as heretofore mado begin
October 1st and ond tbe 80th of
tbo next September, The appro
priations should be made concur
rent with the term of office of the
The building is Badly in need of
a new roof, and an appropriation
should bo made for that purpose,
The asylum annuities amount to
83,007.35. This sum la availablo
for its support each year.
Amount appropriated for (ho
support of this institution from
October let, 1000, to Oct. 1st, 1001,
82,018,80, including an old claim
of 8180, a deficiency and the stew,
Tbo almost unprecedented
drouth of tho past season scorched,
withered and dried the crops In
many sections of our country.
The clns9 of our people who have
always relied upon the corn crop
for sustenance are now almost
without bread or their families
(Continued on Poge2.)
been called for.
Nearly a year ago Mr. Bixby left
his office and went to Minnesota
to conduct a campaign for tbe
United States sennlorship to suc
ceed Hon. Cusbman K. Davis.
This action, which was taken
without tho approval of the secre
tary, wsb looked upon al tbe time
as n violation of departmental or
ders, which prohibited officials
from taking a prominent part in
Since then other difficulties have
arisen which hive added to the
tension already existing between
the acting chairman and the de
partment. After President MoKinley'a
death the matter wbb allowed to
drop. Recently Secretary Hitch
cock has given tho subject consid
erable attention, and it is admit
ted at the department that a change
will shortly occur.
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in the Cbarokee Hattott.
KOKSSGA y. W. A. GMAHAM, . O. HALL, G. IT. cUPOt. WjttfAlStt.
V VVVV'V'a'tWk. WWSWWT9
Doos a Safe (Jonorat Banking DualnosBi
THE DIRECT LINE
Kansas City and
Saint Louis ....
DIRECT CONNECTION for ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST aniLWES
Reclining Chair Cars-aeals free of extra cjiJ&S ,
Pullman Sleeping Cars. Be sure your ticket readrvi " -the
abovo line. See your nenrest agent for folders,
rntes or other informntion, or address
H. C. TOWNSEND, Qcucral Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Missour
The Negro, Whltmlre, Saya A. M. T.
A's Statement Is False.;
The negro, Oscor Wbltmlre.who
is alleged by Centralia Lodge A.
H. T. A. to have confessed that
Deputy MarBhnl White ndviBed
him to carry nrms qr protection
against the whites of that town,
denies having made the statement-
This morning be made the fol
lowing sworn statement in deuial
of the alleged confession:
"Vinita, I. T., Nov. 8, 1001."
"To Whom 11 May Concern: I, Os
car Whittnlro, the parly who was run
out ot Centralia, on or about tbo 20th
night ofiSopt. 1001, and who have
been shown a statement published In
Tho Dally Chieftain, of Nov. tho Oth,
HOI, charging that 0. S. White, of
dco Deputy Marshal, had advised mo
to carry a gun as protection against
tho whites of Oentralla, I. T, I here
by state that tho statement Is false in
toto. and that G. S. White never told
mo to carry gun nnd that I havo never
told any person or pcraons, or court,
or ofllccr at any time or place that he
Signed and sworn to tbU 8th day of
"Subiorlbodand Sworn to beforo mo
this 8tb day of November, 1001.
SEAL. "N- L. IWDEH,"
Tt will be intereBtlnc to coto
what aotlon the lodge will take
on this denial of the slntement in
corporated in their recent resolu
tions of oondemoalion.
W. II. Tarrant has contracts for
tho erection ot fourteen new build
lngs in Vmlta.
If you want a good watch, one Uiat look welt and m a good time
keeper I can pleae you in both quality and price.
Klin and Waltlmm watches are two of the best watches made m
America. I always have these in stock in many grades.
I guarantee every watch I sell.
and you can depend upon it being just as I tell you. When you
want a watch call and see luy line.
Vine and complicated watch repairing a specialty.
Motto-Not the cheapest but the DUST work at all times.
Na. as. St ltli Wllwn St. Jswsler sndOptfclan.
jTgn T??riTTiKyTniTr7TrJi ;hb si BTi'igeamii 3
L. K. McGUFFIN,
TH0S. T. WIMER, W. E. McQEORQE,
...The Cherokee National Bank...
Ulnlta, Ind. Ter.
. OA3PIT.AX S25,0Q0.00.
W, H, r.airoygli. W. 11. McO.
1 DOS. 1 . n inter.
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GOT A LITTLE EXTRA FEED?
Miiford & Badgett
Have a few extra cows. Prices from 15 P- lerms
to suit purchaser.
The ijjoi Calf Crop is already weaned and for -sale in lots to suit,
Lnst year they brought $14 arowvlt this year will go for !w. 350 hs4
about equally divided between sfteers and heifers. White face pre
dominate. Are at the borne place, at military crossiug of Cabin crk.
Address, Peusacok, I. T or see W. R. Badgc.lt at Viulla,
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