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D. M. MARKS. Editor
Wl.at would Ju.-Vs Thc:::asd3 were be sa co: rt-ss a.'ain? facetious:- asked an excbar.sri.-. Build ai.otl.er navy mayhap. rsa;' per Week l..y Carrier. Ttxy't y.oj.tli by Mail... .10 Cents .4) Cei.ts ..No. 4 Saturday VINITA, L T. The st; arale state perm l.as tot been traced to the EKs J'l no. Just stop and thiT7oFtLe generous e'er ca j-o the single staters by the non-staters: Th.y say t-ey caa f rove that a majority of the people of this ter-.-tc'ry want separate statehood, and they want to prove it Ly -t a joint debate with us, and then leave it to the voters in this way: They will appoint all the election jj.-J.-es and clerks; make all the rules for hoidic the e -ectkc: will not permit "J 10 vote 00 counlJ seatS T c-'tirressxea who will not vote for their bund of state-lA- and then, finally, they are to do the counting and announce the result! For gall that certainly takes the cake. ncldc&ville Times. It is not al ways a wise thiw when a couple cf pen get ready to leave a town in quest of greener pastures to pro claim It from the housetops. For the last six months the public press from Chicago to Muskogee has been filled with interviews, editorials and news items to the e"-ect that Yiaita was soon to part company w ith two cf her distinguished sons. Now, these are fine fellows, and we regret eicevdinfely to see them go, but really they have fared well at the hinds of Vinita people, and especially have the newspapers been charitable, to say the least cf it. The whole world knows, or ought to know about the exodus of these gentlemen, and it's time to stop the noise. They were here on salary as Federal Sclals, and one cf them accepted a home as a present from the good people of Vinita. , Let the foolishness stop now. . If scitt of the frosts the separate sUters are meeting in the northing district could be transported to New Orleans the yellow fever would soon cease. The Indian Territory has its grafters, its separate staters and its wild-eyed promoters, but feels peculiarly happy and contented when it thinks of Jef Davis and poor old Arkansas. ' 1 X-M" w Colonel Amos Ewing is quoted ia the Events as giv ing voice to a few oracular utterances at Enid several days ago, among w hich w ere these choice bits of political philosophy : "I believe in the machine politics as laid down by William MeKinley and enunciated by the peer less Mark Hanna. I believe that the way to make a po litical machine strong is to whip everyone who does not belong to it. When they are dubbed good and plenty they may sneak into camp, but they will never sneak in as long as they are placated. The 'placater' is contempt uous. 'Stand by your friends,' is my motto, and 'to hell with your enemies.' Ihus can powerrui organizations be built and made permanent as the everlasting rocks. Fight, and if you lose, arise and fight again. Some time you will win, and in winning will be glorified." Colonel Ewing can lay undisputed claim to being the Falstaff of Oklahoma politics. There was and is no reason for Amos E wing making that break. No one will ever question his loyalty to the McKinley-Hanna machine. He's built that way. "Birds c a feather Cock together." In effect, the spoutings of Amos will convince the wavering ones that the consign ment cf the machine to the demnltion bow-wows is in order. It is said that while some men were cheering each for his respective country, a drunken vagabond shouted: '-Hurrah for hell!" 'Good," says the Irish man, "every one for his own country." n.t K. & T. special. Special summer tourist rate to El 5orado Sprirgs, Mo. Vinita to tlidordo 5 - r r..-s- and return 3d day limit t-S-30, fdav limit l'i.35. date of sale daily, June 1, to September 30, 1905. iSpec'ai summer tounst rates to ht. Lcuis and Chicago, date of sale June 1, to September M, 1SK6. inita to Chicago, !.T.' for round trip. Vinita to St, "Louis, 817.30. Citiien.hfp. . If vou claim citizenship rights ana are not on the rolls or have business before the Interior Iepartment, write immediately to W. W. Wright, regis tered attorney, Corcoran bidg, 'VSash ij.tcn. b. C. t- To Whom It May Concern. I do hereby solemnly swear that I have traveled through Chetopa, Vinita Tc Isa and Muskogee; that I find the Midway restaurant in Vinita sets up the best meals I ever ate. 2-r.-i'S W Chastaix. Feet Swollen to Immense Size. "I had kidney trouble so bad that I couii not work," says J J Cox of Valley View, Ky., "my feet were swollen to immense size and I was cvr.f.r.el to my bed and phvsicians were unable to give me any relief. My doctor finally prescribed Foley's. Kid ney Cuie which made a well man of me." At People's drug store dw Ilinshaw lias moved to the building oa South Wilson street, formerly occupied by Joseph Hunt. Phone 76. MEN The Oklahoma City Barber college teaches you the trade in from 6 to S weeks and guarantees positions. Write for terms. 117 S. Robinson, tf Cured Hemorrhages ol the Lungs. Several vears since my lungs were sa badlv a'rlected that I had many hemorrhages," writes A M Ake, of Wood. Ind. I took treatment with several phvsicians without any bene ft. I thin started to take Foley's lionev and Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a buhet. I recommen it in advanced stages of lung trouble." For sale by People's drug store, dw " Ilinshaw for plumbing. Phone 7tJ. :-;) FEEE BUS To and from the depots f or a:l travelers. Royal Hotel 4jtft Doctors Could Sot Help Her "I had kidney trouble for years," writes Mrs Raymond Connor of Shel ton. Wash , "and the doctors could not help me, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure, and the very first dose gave me relief and I am now cured. I cannot say too much for Foley's Kidney Cure." At People's drug store, dw lYashy Literature Barred from Traill Libraries of Eastern B&ilway. The action of the Pennsylvania Rail road company prohibiting the sale cf lurid novels and detective stories on its trains will be heartily approved If the public as bein? a step in the way 3f true reform. Cheap stuff that we call Literature is turned out by the whole sale. Years ago, when the dime novel first made its appearance, the authori ties undertook to put a ban on its sale, and did accomplish much in this di rection. The yellowback was there upon discarded and succeeded by more pretentious publications, clothed ia better langauge, but every bit as vicious in influence. The popular ap petite was so strong that it overruled all protests, and the circulation has grown apace. How to check the current has Ions been a problem for the moralists. Min isters have thundered their denuncia tion from the pulpits. Social purity leagues and other organizations seek ing to elevate the human mind have waged incessant warfare, and yet little progress has been made. The great newspapers have deprecated the ten dency and have pointed out the dan ger ahead, but their advice has appar ently accomplished little In the way of reform. But the Pennsylvania Is applying a practical remedy, and if it enforces the new rule, it wi'.l have accom plished a great good. It is hoped that oiher railroads wi'.l follow its exam ple, and that the movement just begun will spread to every book shop in the country. But to accomplish this there must be a public awakening. The de mand for trashy literature must be killed. Parents must guard their children against its pernicious influ ence and keep the stuff out of their homes. u I! I; IF YOU VANT THE MOST HALIHHJL AND THE PUREST MANUFACTURED YOU TILL ALWAYS USE 7 Mil PiOIIB FURTKEPJ.IORE The Results Obialned From lis Use Are Always Uniform and Satisfcctcry. You Do Not Meet wTlrh the Failures Li Baking o Common in Other Fran is. AND NOTE THE Fi'ICE. r- ounces fop Bo IV.ITATICNS ARE WORTHLESS - REFUSE TKCffl. SAVE THE .COUPOr.Q J i 1 Two Dyspeptics If you are too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of muscle stivr.h. If you are too lean the fatproducin? fo&cs that you eat are cot properly dijeswd and assimilated. Lean, thin, stringy people do not have tnouzh Pepsin in the stcrr.ach, while fat people have too much Pepsra and col enough PancreAtlr.e. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure esntains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach, and in exactly those proportions necessary ta enable the stomach and difeshve organs to digest and assimilate ail foods that may be eaten. Kodol is not enly a perfect d:gestant, but it is a reconstructive, tis sue building tonic as we!L Kodol cures Indigeslxn, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach. Heartburn, Palpitation cf the Heart and Constipation. You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach, rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh. lo,. fcou kfr.fi 1 torr( C.IWitt I c.,oirt r l I For sale by People's Drug store. RAILROAD DANCER SICNALS Distant Sign for Every racing Point Advisable on High-Speed Tracks. The existence on a high-speed track of a facing point without distant sig nal protection stands out as a great element cf danger In an otherwise ex cellent roadway. The thought of it, says the Railroad Gazette, must be a horrid nightmare to any officer who is responsible for it. and who reaiJ intelligently the records of the past. A lunatic may easily derail a train tj other means; but from any reason able public standpoint it Is into'.er able that any rai'.road company run ning trains at high speed should give the lunatic such an eay way cf carry ing out his designs. One can r?a ii j imagine a mind so disordered that I faring point switch wo-ild be a dis tinct temptation to work de.-T..c.ioa. But human traicwrckers ai ibe existence of the cancerous switch u now made known to all th? won!, and the liability of the same innocent em ployes to neglect their duty ia e.t ra tion with sui-h a switch is a!o kr.wi to a'.l the world. How many n'hr such switchos f-x!.t on that road? Wits men of the best grade, with a coin'rj fre from fops, ana wi?h & t-r... view for the eninn-.an, the iiab.h'j to disaster tram t-iUcr.t rz -.;.'a- -ment of a switch is. isdee 1, rem'-'-; but when one rf.-"ts f r a r.,i.r-i.l on the low ct cf i:-ant f icT.ai? sr.l on the torril r. "s cf a s:r-2 ra:lrc-rit. occurrine p-rha; s ,t." is 2 ' i.r 5;i years, the sa' -'t "ion f . ', In that word "run'-'e" t irr.s to ah'- la cr.o's mcith. The fa't ma ! 1- wa rr.a le with ail the twitch's ?; :' ; or a'tn !-d ly p lal wa'chrr.'n. What was d'.r.e to safin:arl the f cal trains r-r th-t year is ft. r-pc.re-l. B"t what c.zht to te 'lte ' sif- c-:ard sii trains is m j.'..n , t .- :! 'y L'-f s'a'ir.e have s i - i I s-i-sal fir every fa-. .r.s ; lit. VllCIV. Iw wv TT4, Ol 2k Meal ttmmnuuvuviu:uuuuuuwjw THERE IS NOTHING MADE in the Eance Une that riU equal the Quick Meal in Working Quality, DuraliUty and Beauty. What more can you ask for if you are looking for a Range! Don't Fail to see our line of Quick Meals from $35 to $45 before buying a cheaper Range at a higher price. ? Frazee Hardw're l Furnit're Co PHONE 116 11 A ij rYRUS S. AVERY Real Estate Investments Office in Cherokee National Bank He. McCarthy, m. d. Physician & Sckgeox Office Pbone Xo. 2i3. Residence Phone "o. 83. Office in McGeore Buiidinj. Viiiita, L T. Earl t McCarthy d d s DENTIST Office In McGeorge-Foreman Building Vinita, I. T. CDGAR SMITH, ( Mellette & Smith ) Attorney at Law Rooms , 5 and 6 Halsell building, d Vinita, Ind. Ter ML LEVIN, M D Tractice iiatsted to diseases of the eye. Oiica with Lirs. Fortner & B?gby. 0 C AMCNDSON, M D PHT6IC1AX & StTEfiEOX Phone 233. Calls answered day or night. Office in McGeorge building. D R. J. V. CRAIG Physician and Surgeon Office upstairs over PostoiEce. Phoue 2- a Vinita, lad. Ter. DR. L. BAG BY Pdysician & Sun c eon Office in new Ratcllff blg. Phone 101 Vinita. I. T. DR. TIMER Ttie only excltisive eye, ear and nose Specialist in Territory Eyes treated and glasses properly fitted OfCce at, drugstore, Vinita CHARLES W. DAY D. D. S. DENTIST Gold crown and bridge work a special ty. Office over iirst rationai liantc, Vinita, I. T. AW FOREMAN M I) PnvsiriiV & SUKOEON" Office in Foreman-McGeorge Building Vinita, I. T. EA. STUBBLEFIELD, D. f.L D. ncMTTCT LVILX 11J1 Office in McGeorge building, Vinita. Phone 141. QHAS. B. ROGERS Attorney at Law Office second floor Halsell block. TAMES S. DA VENPORT I ATTORNEY-AT-LAV? Rooms and 10 new Ha'se'l buildir.g Vinita, I. T. Davenport & Hall, Attorneys-at-Law'j d Bank b: Ciareuore, I. T. NEW OAK LEAF HOTEL ; Nw!y famished aid tt--J ap K-aiy to aeectuxo-Jate tt.e j utuc. MEALS and LOWING ht rec-nable ', TLn Iluncis Avenue. , i. L, BtTK-iAtst?., Prop. J Fim pcblishftd Aug. IS, IS. Warning Order. Ia the rnitd Stm Wttrirt wort mt Vluit, ta lie Northern puirlct of the Indi&D TemWrr. Agnea Btraet, pUiotiS ti No. 25i5 Wlliium Wyly;Bnie, defe-ndioit Tht Wfenduit, Wiilif- Wyly Bwnow.i" wnH! to pper ia tiu - .thin tnirijr 1t and cwcr lhtmm;W .' . .J finmuBguf barn Autul 15, 1LX..). CHAS. A. DAVIT'S'), Clerk. E. B. DAVIDSON, D. C. S. F. Fartl, Attorney fur Plaintiff. W. P. Thoni ijn, attorney for nen-reaident de-fDdanU DAVIS The Tonsorial Artist FOUR CHAIRS Upstairs Ratcliff Buildine HUGH COOPER MERCHANT TAILOR Suits madejiu the best possible style. Cleaning and Pressing a specialty. Raymond Building For Old and Young WIMERS Diarrhoea Remedy Sold on Guarantee. This Rercedv has no Equals for llaby Teettiing and all forms of DiarriiOea. Sold at Wimer Drug Co. Chaj J Kapft.cr t'4u.i-ir "Ic-Ufca Laws C'RAfl H MlBILLAT KAPPLER & MERILLAT Attorneys nd Counsellors-at-Law lMprt!Bit and tVmiEijMion. In.imn fa a ipe:a:ty OS, E-ond bui.diiijf WasblBftn, D.C. too Iba cough avoal tiea.lt luntl For Sale by Peooples Drug Store. Y'S m i prices. Geo. :ESL.Evpp 5hipper of HAY a GRAIN Long DUtance phone !". Storage Capacity 5000 T Will cure any case of Kidney cr Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach cf medicine. CIVEN UP TO DIC B Ppixrt, N. Virginia St., KnrH!l. U J, w -.: "f vrr f.r yar I waa tmnh:4 w.u a kdce? and bsn :e- a Section. 1 lt ne asd tuguc.t t,i trorir. Thr llieiaJl faued t" he.p rr aad I was .reo bp too. Foiey k.-i'T Cnra v ili reoimrrati ld ana tb firrt b,jU. ra m cml re-et and aer taitia u aacoU ixAUa 1 waaeuurai euravi." Two Six 50 Cents avnd f 1.00 For sale at People's drutf store. At People Uruu Store. Frisco Time Teble. EAST BOUND 4TO Meteor ffit. Lcrala H t p na 4UMetecrKC - 11 J p ra 412 Eaatern fcipreaa I'dpn WEsTBOCND 1 4.1 a m 5 'tt a ni Ut-Spm W H Dick, At. 409 Meteor (St. InU 413 Mr (K C 411 Ukiahuina Expreaa Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Time Card S ST. LOUII JOH'OAOO J HANNIBAL J KANSAS 0!TV J JUNOTION CITY J IN THE NORTH THE BIOHT TRAINS BETWEEN SAN ANTONIO DALLAS FORT WORTH MOUJTON GALVESTON IN TEXAS 0 ALL POINTS BEYOND. M K. & T. GOING SOUTH E. k T. Eipreaa t:uo a. i 950 a. i a No. 1. M i N. 5, Kty riyer S No. 3, Lcl Faaarnin- : No. 531. War Frtifht 1:15 p. m. i 2 M-, K- a T. GOING NORTH J t No. 2, M., K. T. 7ipr 2 2 11:34 p. m. Ho. 4. Loral l'ai ; 1 50 a. m. 2 So. 6, Ktr Fiyer 2 t j:30 p. m, t 2 No. 532, War Tnijht 2 2 00 p. m. S M, A.FARTHINO. t 0 7:32 p. m m A rent. J IMMlimUlMIIIUlll! The Most Direct Route from either north or south, to the Famous Health R e s ort and Springs of SDLPHOR, I. T, Is via the Descriptive literature concerning this delightful resort furnished npon appication to Pat enjter Traffic Department FRISCO SY5TCM 5aint Loul ""Y Signet Rings $ We liavc the prvi.t r,o,.l ' or K"uin or Uio GvlJ. The Price, $1.00 and Upward Vebuy tbem by ei:lit andr.ocne can hell cbeaper and Furnish Guaranteed Goods C H. RIEDEMANN. Fine Tatca RfCiiring. PEOPLES DRUG STORE At CHLIECIiER'vS JEWELRY STORE Spectacles and Eye Glasses TL T.r.'-r care of tho Eye.s will save all th worry ami misery that neglect of tL-rr: will !;;: Iv l.rir.. C',rr-t!v lit'.-l a -'."! will r-iev nil eye-strain canse-1 by error of refraction. lV"i''''"r"l to v-f-i vour evc atvl fit-you with the proper glasses. JShouM the 5.,rTi .-v-'of cu CH-.-ulkt or phy.-ioia'a W re-iniml, I will promptly tell you so. NicKle frame Spectacles or Eye glasses . . . $i.OO up. Solid gold frame Spectacles or Eye glasses . . $j.OO up. VTL-iJ vo i n '! GIa-c5 call and .-ee me. 29 SOUTH W tSON f- T AUGUST 5CHL1ECKER, Jeweler and Optician.