The Tahlequah Arrow. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 43, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 5, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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I NDIAN TKlut ITORY.
THE ARKOWI TAIILKUI'A •!
LOCAL, PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
The Uufaula (jazette has been sold
to the Eufaula Journal.
Warned—At once, 200 cords of wood
Tahlequah Holler Mills.
A great many of the normal teacher*
will summer in Tahlequah.
The Stapler's on Saturday nights
keep their general 9tore open until
Tahlequah sidewalks are hardly
wide enough these days to accomodate
The school for the blind, located at
Fort Gibson, closed for the summer
Farm products will be accepted by
the railroad company in payment of
John Wilson, Jr., brought to the
Arrow offices cucumber 10 inches long
and 9? incbes-in circumference.
M. II. Brown, of the Brown Drug
Co., went to Cooweeseoowee this week
to look after his farming interests.
Hope and wisdom are both contain-
ed in Cheatham's Laxative Chill Tab
lets. Try them. 26cts. Nocure, no pay.
One firm in Sallisaw paid out $15,000
for potatoes this month. The potatoes
were shipped to the northern markets.
Karl Bolt, charged with the killing
of .lames Holland at Westville some
time ago, has been released on bond.
Mayor Cunningham is doing a better
business than most people these days.
Bis best patrons hail from the railroad
A. D. Brown, who has the contract
to put in the foundation for the depot,
will apply enough of it to pay his rail-
road bonus. Others might profit by
There is more catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro-
nounced it a local disease, and pre-
scribed local remedies, and by con-
stantly failing to cure with local treat-
ment, pronounced it incurable. Science
has proven catarrh to be a constitu-
tional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Ball's Ca-
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the market.
It is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct
ly on the blood and raucous surfaces
of the system. They offer one hundred
dollars lor any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Addres, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A republican newspaper will soon
be started at Sallisaw by Barry Con-
nelly. It will be printed in the Star
The Holdenville Times says that
most of the Jersey cattle shipped from
the north to that place last winter, (
Miss Bessie Howard and Miss Kmma
Scott came up from Fort Gibson
Thursday and attended the closing ol
the normal school.
Tahlequah Is Hooded nowadays with
dagos and Greeks. They are a trouble
sotne set and as fond of firewater and
Peruna as a fullblood Indian.
City Marshal Wyly is fully able to
handle the rowdies in singles, pairs,
or crowds, as he successfully did last
Saturday liuring the Greek trouble.
Pretty tough to scratch for a living
and relief also Bunt's Cure will cure
you of itch, tetter, ringworm, itching
piles, eczema. Guaranteed by all
While Tahlequah will celebrate the
completion of the O^ark & Cherokee
Central about July 2.">, it is generally
understood that no free barbacue will
What'sthe trouble with your back,
old manV Rheumatism? Too had, too
bad. I advise you to use Hunt's Light-
ning Oil. It is said to be a wonder
B. Lee Comer has accepted a position
with the S. & S. packing company of
Kansas City as traveling salesman,
and will enter on his new duties in
about teu days.—Messenger.
Mayor Parker of Vinita, has invited
'.'resident Roosevelt to stop with them
on his tour through the territory.
Parker is an uptodate official and !s
tbororonghly alive to the interests ol
Frank Bines and John Hendricks
of Fort Smith, were arrested in Web-
bers Falls one day recently by City
Marshal Long for soliciting orders
for a wholesale liquor house in Fort
E. Levi Cookson, of Illinois district,
is mentioned in connection with the
Cherokee chieftaincy. Wolfe Coon
may be brought out for assistant chief
if Cookson is successful in securing
J. J. Sevier, one of our most pros-
perous Cherokee farmers, came in to
see u-> Wednesday morning. In speak-
ing of the crops, Mr. Sevier said the
prospects were tine, although corn
was needing rain. While he did not
claim to be a potato raiser, he harl in
just a little less than an acre and dug
105 bushels from the patch.—Webbers
At Chelsea recently the following
marriage* were recorded! Harrv Mor-
rison and Miss Ella McHpadilen; Chas.
Culp of Chelsea ami Miss Irene
Thompson of Vinita; Charley Live and
Miss Johnnie Drake.
Don't become discouraged, but use
Simmons' Liver Purifier (tin box )
Many imitations ol the original, so be
careful and r*"e that it's "Purifier,"
and manufactured by the A. C. Sim-
mons Jr., Medicine Co.
Watley Goat, who lost a foot at
Holdenville recently, isout again, feel-
ing frisky as a kid. Watley isn't the
Goat who made his children the "butt
of ridicule" by naming his little boy
Billy and his little girl Nanny.
Laugh and the world laughs with
you, have chills and you chill alone.
Cheatham's Laxative Chill Tablets
cures, gives an appetite and strength.
Most convenient chill tonic on earth.
Can carry in the vest pocket.
"Pap," l>;wis Nelson, an aged
negro, died in Tahlequah Saturday
afternoon. "Pap,, was one of those
typical southern negroes and was well
liked by all who knew him. Be was
buried by charitable citizens Sunday.
The secret societies of Tahlequah
will no doubt tako part in the railroad
celebration. Few towns in the west
ca-i boast of more and better organ-
isations of this kind than Tahlequah,
and they are all composed largely of
the best people in the community.
Everything comes to those that wait,
evenjnow and then aches and pains,
rheumatism, catarrh, neuralgia, and
everything that hurts. Bunt's Light-
ning Oil keeps off everything except
old age and death. Try it. 25 arid 50
cents. Satisfaction or mouey refunded.
Chas. Boss, alias Chas. Vanwinkle,
who was arrested in Tahlequah sev-
eral weeks ago and charged with the
larceny of some cattle in Lewistown,
111., was unable to give bond, and is
now in jail awaiting trial. Boss, part
ner plead guilty to the charge and has
been given a term in Joliet prison.
"Illustrated Tahlequah," price ten
cents, by mail twelve cents, is a big
advertisement for the town. It shows
fine pictures of the Male and Female
Seminaries, as well as many business
and residence engravings. Send a few
copies to your friends in the states.
They can be bought at the Book Store.
Judge Gill, in a letter to Kstray
Agent Leach, states that he did not
declare the estray law void as stated
by a number of Cherokee nation
papers. The law is alright and Mr.
Leach will proceed as usual with its
execution. It has proved of immense
advantage to those who have stock
strayed, as a large per cent is recover-
ed through the reporting and adver-
tising of such stock. It also proves a
good sourcc of legitimate revenue to
| the nation.—Claremore Progress.
CUT RATE DRUGS
No Rents, No Expense <ii\• Benefit to the People.
Three Cakes of the best Toilet Soap for 25c
International Poultry Food, sold elsewhere for not
less than 25c, we sell it for 20c
All Tinctures, 2 oz 15c
Largest bottle Sweet Oil, Castor Oil or Turpen-
tine in town for 10c
Quinine, full weight, per oz 50c
Everything Else in Proportion.
TAHLEQUAH, I. T. =
| R Prescription Work a Specialty B
The editor is happy. He received
word this week that a man who has
been owing for the paper a long time,
had just been sent to the penitentiary.
If we can learn the name of the judge
passing sentence, we shall make him
a lifetime subscriber. It is a fearful
lesson to delinquents.—Claremore Mes-
Secretary Hay's poem, "Little
Breeches," was frequently attributed
to the late Bret Harte. A young lady
once said to him: "I am highly pleased
to have met you, Mr. Harte. I have
read all your poems, but L have en-
joyed 'Little Breeches' the most."
"Pardon me, madam," Barte is said
to have replied, "but you have put the
'Little Breeches' on the wrong man."
Von Know What Vou Am Taking
When vou take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle show-
ing that it is simply iron and quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 60 cents.
While the rate has not been official-
ly announced, yet it is understood that
the Ozark & Cherokee Central will
make the round trip rate from either
Tahlequah or Fayetteville on the day
of the celebration and the following
date for *1. The Fayetteville, West-
ville and Prairie Grove people, as
well as others, will nave their excur-
sion on the day of the final opening
of the line, while Tahlequah people
will be given an excursion the day
Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces
and muddy complexions, which are so
common among women, especially girls
at a certain age, destroying beauty,
disfiguring and making repulsive fea-
tures, which would otherwise appear
attractive and refined, indicate that
the liver is out of order. An occasion-
al dose of Herbine will cleanse the
bowels, regulate the liver and so es-
tablish a clear, healthy complexion.
50c at Crew Bros.
" HAUlii A iIf I
.♦.Our new store building is to be completed about September first, and we intend to occupy it just as
soon as it is completed. Our present location is taxed to accomodate our ever increasing trade and the
large stock necessary to properly supply it, and the removal of this stock is now engaging the serious
attention of the firm. There is entirely too much of it to move, so we are going to make PRICES
that WILL MOVE it for us, and quickly too. Beginning from date and continuing for sixty days
we will make LIBERAL REDUCTIONS on our entire line of Dry Goods—Men's and Boys fine
Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Millinery, Novilties, Dress
Goods, etc. These goods are all seasonable and will not be found elsewhere at the low prices that
will obtain during this Removal Sale. We will be satisfied to move by this method, and every buyer
will be more than satisfied, both on account of the high grade of the goods and the price thereof.
Watch for our ad next week, as it will tell you more about it; in the meantime, however, if you
should need anything in our line, come around, for we will SAVE YOU MONEY.
RICHARDS & McSPADDEN.
r Note: We are making special reductions on all our Millinery Goods. Inspect our line.
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Hudson, Waddie. The Tahlequah Arrow. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 43, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 5, 1902, newspaper, July 5, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc137518/m1/3/?rotate=90: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.