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YlNITA Daily jioliyw VOL. 5. NO. 64. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1902. price iz: i What ths Papzrs Cay. "Hark, from th tomb a' doleful iouod," Sana Powll and Mr Moon 'managed to raie eu3cint bowl one day this week to get the Mood bill mention.! in tb'o aaeo elated press. Purcall Register. It seems that tbs Democratic) senators have a strinj attache! to the omoibaa bill that relieves tha Indian Territory appreltiau of beiog absorbed. Tue echenje ii not public property. Mr. Moon evidently kuew the eituntioo when he said if the otunihua Manhood bill in enacted he hoped t j kuco&s. telly rua ihe gauntlet witlrhia er ritory of Jefiermio measu". From this it would aeeui thai separate terrltorybood would not b en dangered by the preseol omnibus bill, althougn ttio bill at it stands now gives congress the power tu attach at any time portions of the five tribal i. Oiiahiin.4. Sulh .McAiester Oapual. Adair Notes. Misa Suii Hogin i very eic'i with typhoid fever. Jar Warre't 'hai 4hipp9't 39th ei lot of fine hog. Everybody,! hujy celling end buying 0iri-tuii timga, Mise Mabul Sebright it borne for th CoriB'aia vhcuoo, Mrs. J mna D iQcan i spndiiig the Christen vao'i.iu in C;o tnore, Th chiUna a buy proper ing for tn C n-U My" on Cnrist. nuae eve. Mrs. S'mmo'i". who im . very sick witb typhoid fevrria itu proving Quit a numhef "of our chinos visited Caelsea u Sunday. ttVrt for a g-rn.d ititt. , ' Mre Qertru le Liiztv of Mia eouri, i h m vi-i i ter fvher H" Daihini Eomou ays one f our young basin atn baa grtie lo Mh ju -1 for a bsiptnau". . Mr. and Mr. Willard of Batter Sprites are nailing Sir. hi. Arc 3 er ind Sir. Will Pripp The lamina are f ery btny arrang fog for a haby -how nu Nw Year Day. WVwant avarr bfir t cooia. TbeL ti-- II V irkr will hold a Cab 3 i ' t iIoue f',Nw YM afiffii'iiu from 2m 4 o'ai tos ' Dn ai ! two ysjtr a jim t ter for hpfi. X 'nr pri will h, grri ' f it iii ft baby W f r piin-t detf baby and'cyif fiti j iiiieat ob at th b?w:4 Au 'ioji-in of 10o wlf b oi-' 1 ,i-o at to dOQf. LH .-t-'rr htrc'tmi ana Christmas Party. Lal evening a.c her borne on South Brewer St., Miss E1U,h McCleary en- ttrtilned i he pupils) of ber private acnocl, xu I heir pan-nte, by Rlvln(f dellyhtrul Ohrltnjas pttity. ' A beau tlful Chrlstmax tree huriir with pre ems for ber si huUra and the members Of thrlr fumllleii w.n thti center of at- tracth n tot tt.e occdalou. Music de claiuatloint ad sinln in which the pi.pils very creiliably acquitted theiu selves were the chief featurea of the evening-. Q die a number (if friend of ttte vcbool were also present and tart'xjltof tbe Mweeu and delinacle wh!:h auch an occasion afford, and each one went home feHlutf that be bs.1 been well entertained. Loat or Stoleif. ' One Imitation leather telescope 10 tl&, at Ktty depot on the morning of Dec. 23, 1902. Conteutfione Webster dictionary with a little brown back book ub lnlde tuarked on back "Map Sold," 'Denarttueut of too Interior, One pair black trousers, brown leg nine, paten', leather shoes brand "Ed win Ciapp," shirtH, Cullars, cuffi, etc $5 reward for telescope and content Adores W. L. Martin, Townstte Clerk, Mu,koee, Ind. Ter. d68 Christmas Presents. Carvers, i!ver knifes and fork berry pjtm, .ujjar pheile, coffee i-poiio, children a msl, pie khlve tsuliid et, table ipsHin, desertpoui tea KpiidtjM, dresden ware, pocket knives, razir, safety razr.-i, nut crack", scissor, shot jfuns, leggitiK buntiiu -coats coo' htoves bo wjrfuns, sewing machines everytbltut useful aad R.'.cesary nk Uarrouuh iiaraara cin. , CoIIeCfe4l9r Holidays. Twt l J 4l.i?.i priitirina-, i ! Tn l i . Ten icrt. te t r---1' ( jj-mi A iiuiubc of iii''-r aoi exi-rt;-'H?'1 tie-u-"! t wd p!ei-;.i. Ttu M'' ' ' "?d rfj pnperu d O'l. 1 1 l e I nrju- Ize 1, an i 4.1 1 n .?! m d it 4 mj 1 work l neCiiicg' il re-( tt'-e fifth i-t Jannitri'i It i t ii"io thai th mtii":I ii i v -t. I e f ullt'V a' ter the uilidif hta tef-ire. Prof. Parks aeco i't nf bi h, t,S retire f'oni "be M-n ork ut, i back int. t th . w -tie of titi Mnm- rr. We rejret, i i I- ms mm f o-n Mie cn-iil aui th'' iw ii. Ii i4a ri4tteri(f om. vraiulati mi t Hit cb . tbt P if Mo iiiev iii t-tki ii u -iC ii i. an fac ui ! y. Pr f. M i..ei' l a fl i uscaur, and i ib'rii'itiy ac-i i-'tl wttn tn wo l'ij f trie cl .-e. Tha Jh Hil I rfO 0 With HH tirrI. II- r t f-vii ii on wifh ini ili ei Vic-fei'tr b y ti nf hit IIIJI O.llej-C i '? nr i-i'-e 1 r-.- uini'wf o? c- pf'citi "f i.. t. 'i i I .el t"t i. tiiciu A.i.i-I 0i .rttj w rk. c.L liKOWjusa '. A Mysterious Find. Dr. O. J. Byr l started to Falrlanl a few di.vs mnce overland, but finding Hudson Creek pat tvttilng darted back h jme andon driving up tbe bank discovered a gentleman's uold watch hanging to a anall boh On exam lnlnif It he found ic belonged to bis son K'rank and be had 1 t it a tuooi h ego Toe watch wa not at all u Jured. .. '. ' . 4 ,,, ' A Wis Woman. Manager ButUf inform utlat he U npif itUHii wltb the manager "A VVi!e Wooikn" for one nUht: He aay inert? l vt-rf liitie chance lor uch a c-mrta-iy havinif a date open No tuatier, let tbem kni-w we are n ear h We tua-&tch t hem on their return. Yyu wu'. remember, twaa wind that iude Chicau-i. Keep blow- in your h-rn. ' I Oava tw pUc op-ii for wirttn b iy ir young me to wi.rk their way in tbe Willie Hal. -II Cohere. Tt.o-e wi-.bing t fo to M:h(xl h re after the holtdirs- aid rieirirg m pay thetr b bv noug wrk morning eve nings an1 Saturaday-. ill -ee or ad draa ua at once. C L. Hkowkimo . WMdsaaa MeeUag. j ail nietiibers of tbe &l w. A , a e epaciaily requ.i.e1 b pr.;i.t i lbs oieetinir at tbf i.il :ii gnf , . Ye. Ifa Qolcfc; Work. MaJ-Kulc rceivad at I at. nlht an i put up at ib next mora lug. Tu4i.' U irrugn Hardware C . , , ; Cbughs, Coida and Constipation. Few p-'pie realiw wae't ukln eiufh ibedicme otur tu' F .ley - H- atj ami Tar, inat t tiey codi-mim otiate tiica ,r cou-tipalln be- loe ema WHHtre, part icularly r .r :fiiVn r (neP H ine 't Ti r cyi.- ! i o piates Is "afe an t aure a -d w;. . t c .i.Li4ai. solj by l'eopie, iri.jit'.r' dw fou univ Attack. Iff -ii ill i iiat gi od rbj i..uuii tu n.to tier, H'tiN Am In, rf Wlnche-ter, .. .I -a" completely cured t.y Hi Sw Lifo PliU." They W'irK -i .0 r- tu i niauo aim uvr troifile-- fJiire CM(.,uiation, dek headacbe 25o at Peonies and A W Foreman' oru "tore. ' 0w ft-eport rrom the Reform school. J. O. Gl'K SuperinteiHlent, Fruut.)Miwn, W. Va., write; "After trjliili otrirr ariveitixfc'i count) me fliiH. e hvedeci'led t"U oleyV H i.ey an1 Tar .xi-lu vely !n tn Wet V rlma Reform 'eh'-ol. 1 And it tb- m-i-t 'ffeit'Ve and abxoltitely hir.ne-'' Soli by Fe i4a' drurf t te dw Favorite Family Rmedy. I" requ-iitiy wcidoti occur In the houfe'ioli, wnu-h caue ourns cuta. prin and tiruie; ' for u-elnpuch Ca,-HaH ry Snow Liniment has for, at tn " yearn ' htn h co'Htunt favorite famltv remeiy. 2"kv 50o and fl at PcipleV drug ti.re. rtw y-uhy's Kidney Cure ois. fJj!rs and blsdJsr r'j.'. t. No appetite, loss of strength, nervousness, headache, constipation, bad breath, genera! &b!!lty, sour ris ings, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion. Kodol cures Indigestion. This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures ali stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. n f e:3ests wdat rco eat Gives Health to the Sick and , Strength to the Weak; Bottlas onhr. $1.00 Sire hoVlIng 2 times tba trial size, which aeUt for 80c Prepared by 8. C. DtWitt Co., Chicago. We have a big lot of the following qcoCi well worth your , attention while you are IccL! Christmas presents: E-lectric Geal Wraps v Queen Quality, Shoes for V.'c: Portsmouth Iaoc3 fj- 1 Herr Choes for Girls Nice line of Table Linens enc! IT. We still show a fjood accc: t: - - Ladies' Coats airidrjfacLQO oi?. v;i.v,En, ine only Exclusive Eye, Ear and Nose Specialist in the Indian Territory : - .v.,.-;' 1 ve rra:ed and laaaea properly fitted O See at Drug Store. Come and see us to-morrcand we we , will guarantee to save you money on every purchase " P : ' A A Me r c an ti 1 e v C o' D"p a L I Sioliday Ooods 1 ! . AT . '5 r mm .--.. 7 ir - v. "I. - V: - . t 'a --waV 5 1 t Rose's News and Book Stdfcr ; r : Too Numerous to Mention 5 Vs You will have to make us a. visit to see them all. We have a large stock of silver novelties and fancy articles that have been carefully selected. 1 . Diamonds Watches Bracelets All new desigus, and "will need to be seen to be ap preciated. We have all kinds of books and toys for the Children,' This will be Headquarters for Christmas goods. Come and see us. .... foreman 6 3-ewelv anb Bruc Store r "f z l A 1 G Special Sale of Eccl:c. ' s ..Frorri'aQv until 'January ir 1903, : 1 50 Juvenile bboks frQm ,. ! ; 5ct035c.,. ;...-v ; ;200 Cloth-bound' books s . regular price 25c; npv.. 1. c 1 -150 Clothbound bbbks, regular ! v ? 45 Cloth-bound; gflt ede books, ' j regular price, 7$ct ripvv . . , : v. V; . . . vi, . ' 30 Clothbound; - erilt-ede:e books.1 : : Tegular price, 1 .00, riqw ..Vf.i : V 6r v r 2 Onesc; book given 'aiyay with, each: dcl lar's worth of ;goods purchased during this sale. ' .; " . : 1 , ; We are in the book business. Our biV line s-s of, books and low prices on same will convince - t it-- 1 you. voine eany, peiore ine rusn, as you thus be enabled to select the books you want D a r Don't Overlooll Our Christmas., Toys,- Albums, , Dolls and Games. Our prices' on these will plear vz jl: We have,many other things suitable fr -Xmas gifts that 4ve will be pleased to she. you, whether you buy or not. ; . S5 TUrf. RIGHT GOODS ! j Y Rose's News and Boo!: Stor: j Irr Raymond Building. f It 'n i''v!" dru s . r t .