The Tahlequah Arrow. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 3, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 19, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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tiitc atthow: tahlkyraii, indian territory.
..A Serial Story of People
Who Come and do What
They Do and how 1 hey
"1 ht'lOIM. "
Don't Hi* h kniu-ker.
Si-hIh books hi Hudson'* Bonk Store
R B Llui-ti w*s In Mu-kngee, Tun#
A nice line of fans ttt Green's Rtrket
A cHSe of small pox is reported at
Houston Morgan whs in Muskogee,
Dr. J S Vitt 11 in wus in Muskogee.
Sm Urdu J'.
George Hutrlien was in Fort Smith
Build more tiiiusKf—the people d>'
Tahlequah farmers have so fat ff
W. P. Thompson came in Thursday,
Next Monday is Cherokee special
S. S. Stephen*, of Wagoner, was
Tahlequah need< more house* at a
a moderate rental.
K.n rent—a (food piano Apply lit
Male and Female Seminary souvenir
tHhl ti> a' Hudson's.
Dr. Joel Mave*, of Pryor Creek,
was here Wedi e^iiay.
Ciliaundrled white shirts only HO'1
encli as t lie Ri e H i ve.
i: N. lintel IT of Vinita, was in
Shin B-trr of Musk'>g°e. was in
(•nod ti t clsss ilouhie front overalls
at 46c, at the Bee Hive.
Miss .icssie Ren ire I o visiting Mrs.
J. C. White, in Oolagah.
Do not. fail to see the latest ir mil-
linery at Mrs, Sharp'*.
Flinch at Hudson's Book Store, also
hlgh-el&S* game hoards.
Office Deputy Marshal Horace Gray
was in Muskogee Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt VanLueven were
in Muskogee Wednesday
Wholesale flour and meal at Foster
& Luster Bros., phone "2.
Henry Walklev was here the first of
the week from Claremore.
Get a free ticket to the big show—
Lawrence-W.vly Mer. Co.
Attorney W B. Chase has returned
from Vinita to Tahlequah.
Captain Wm .Jackson, of Wagoner,
was in Tahlequah, Tuesday.
Rom, unto Dr. and Mrs R. L. Fite,
a boy baby Monday afternoon.
Suspenders what others sell at 25c,
we sell at 15c at the Bee Hive.
Born: unto Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius
Thorne, the 10 iDSt., a girl baby.
Miss Kldee Starr has gone to Pryor
Creek, where she will teacb school.
Low quarter shoes, to $2 50, go
now at $1.50 per pair at the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Maggie Hill has gone to Little
Rock to attend a commercial college.
Butler Bushyhead has gone to Colum-
bia. Mo., to attend the State Univer-
Master Irwin Pitchford, who has
been sick some time, is rapidly recov-
C. D. Markham has put in a sidewalk
in front of Ills bis property on Main
Ex Chief S. H. Mayes was here Wed-
nesday from his home near Pryor
•lohn Comingdeer was in Tulsa the
iirst of the week, returning home,
Messrs. George Smith and Roy Pal
mer of the land office spent Sunday in
The republicans of Tahlequah will
endorse a candidate for the postoffice
Bankers inks, guaranteed not to cor-
rode the pen, on sale at Hudson's in
Be sure to buy a few pieces of that
souvenir china at Hudson's before the
stock i§ broken.
S. W. Ross, of the Arrow force,
has been quite sick at his home near
Park Hill, this week.
Foster & Luster Bros, keep a full
stock of feed, such as hay, corn, chops
and bran. Phone 2
Ladies will find the handsomest mil-
linery of the season at Mrs. Sharp's
on north main street.
Files, rasps, saws, braces and bits,
etc., at half price.—Green's Racket
Howard Ferguson, the literary
genius of the Tahlequah land office,
will soon retire from duty.
The young ladies of the Female
Seminary, are preparing to reorgan-
ize their basket ball team.
Homer Needles, of the land office,
has returned from Kansas City, where
he spent a few weeks vacation.
Ross Daniels has been nominated by
the Downing* in Tahlequah district to
again make the race for council.
Street Commissioner Yeager is doing
some splendid work by putting in stone
culverts in place of the old wooden
"Thelma"—the new perfume—have
you ever tried it? If you have you
will use no other, Sold only by the
Cherokee Drug Co.
(! W. Renge has been looking n
the oil lands near Bartlesville.
Call at the Cherokee Drug Co 's hikI
gei a wf. iff of "Thelma" Absolutely
the best (terfume made.
Torbett Brothers, the Tahlequah
contractors, will soon begin woi k Oo a
$5 000 churcl. in Prairie Grove.
,1a*. L. Walker, of Coowrescoowee
district, was here attending to business
before the land office Wednesday.
The Crystal Springs Water Works
Co . will have stveral car loads of ma-
terial In Tahlequah in a few days.
The innovation in the east is
'Thelma,'1 the new perfume. You
ciin get it of the Cherokee Drug Co.
M'-sJanie Hicks, of the Woodall
school. cunie in Saturday, to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hicks.
Furnished room for rent on Depot
■<treet. two blocks from opera house.
D. II. T.. care of Hudson's Bookstore.
Miss Florence Louise Over came in
Wednesday, from Springfield. Ohio,
where she has been spending the sum-
There are a hall dozen applicants
after the editorship of the Advocate.
The selection will be made in Ni •
v em her
With every cash purchase of $10
worth of good* at the Lawrence-Wyly
Mer. Co., you get a free ticket to the
On Seiilembe- 2K Tahlequah people
will i!ne * their iirst railroad show.
The exhibition will be given In the
base ball r*• k.
Solid American silverware, guaran-
teed for oiiu hundred years, and made
hv Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co., for sale by
Knight & Bennight.
Henry Starr, who is possibly one of
the most extensively advertised Cber-
okees. was married in Muskogee, Tues-
d y to Miss Ollie Griffin.
ft E. Starr brought an ear of corn to
the Arrow office yesterday which
measured tweb inches. He says he
ha* forty acres just like it.
J. H. Huckleberry, assistant prose
cuting attorney for the Northern dist-
rict, was here attending to court buji-
ness yesterday from Sallisaw.
On account of the storm Tuesday-
night the local Pythians failed to put
on the rank work. The team will corn-
plete their labors next Tuesday evening.
The people of Vinita would be com-
pelled to provide a private sanitarium
for Marrs of the Chieftain if that in-
vestigation should fail to material-
Miss Beatrice Oliver, who was for
some time a saleslady at the Boston
Store, has accepted a position in one
of the large dry goods stores in Iowa
for the winter.
While the investigation fuss is on,
the Tahlequah land office force con-
tinues to grind out allotments and ap-
pear as natural and easy a a "coon"
in watermelon season.
The Seminary boys are beginning to
turn their attention to football. There
are some splendid players at this
school and no doubt they will make as
good a -ecord this season as they have
in the paBt.
The committee of citizens who have
been appointed to look after the poor
in Tahlequah, are doing some splen-
did work by securing shelter and food
for unfortunate women and children
in our midst.
There will be morning prayer and
sermon at the Episcopal church, to-
morrow morning at 11 o'clock. Sun-
day school at 10 o'clock and evening-
service at 7:.')0. All welcome. Rev.
L. H. Snell.
The Moler Barber College, St.
Louis, Mo., wants men to learn barber
trade. Their free catalogue explains
how they teach it quickly with little
expense. Their offer an excellent op-
portunity. Write them.
Rev. Walter J. Pack will take for
his theme on Sunday morning, "The
Joys and Sorrows of a Minister," and
in the evening, "Dying Regrets." S.
M. Boyce will accompany the music
with his cornet and J. T Atteberry
will accompany with his trombone.
All are cordially invited.
HtlL DfitSSfD aj*WEU PLEA*
Aat ™' vvfAOtw* or
HP APT **} ARROW BRAND MIOFS
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!!
We have just received 73 cases or
$2,397.00 worth of the celebrated
Heart and Arrow Shoes,
every pair warranted solid sole leather
insole and counter, at prices as low as
they can be bought for at St. Louis, New
York, Chicago, or any other small town.
Remember the brand and take
other. Thev make vour feet fflad to
plta&e the women5
Remember we carry a
complete stock of the
Mayfield Woolen Mill
OFFICIAL CROP REPORT.
Issued by U.S. Weather Hureau.
(For the week ending Wednesday. September !•.>
Cherokee, Northeast portion.—Dry
and windy with scattered thunder
storms; corn drying up, some late corn
beneQted by rains, over other locali-
ties damaged by drouth; plowing is
in slow progress, with ground being
placed in order for wheat seeding,
which is now in progress with prospect
for an increased acreage; cotton damag-
ed some by drouth; baying completed
In good condition; water becoming
scarce, but stock doing well.
Northwest portion.—Recent rains
placed ground in fair condition and
plowing for wheat is in progress;
early corn being gathered, late corn
benefited by recent rains and promises
a fair crop: grass good and stock doing
well; gardens improved.
Southern portion.—Weather dry
with warm days and cool nights, show-
ers on the 10th; crops in fair to good
condition: cotton looks well but boll
worms have commenced and caused
considerable damage; picking is in
progress with first bale marketed on
the 11th; corn is in good condition and
made, but acreage is small.
A Free Ticket to the Show.
The Lawrence-Wyly Mercantile Co.,
will give a free ticket to the big show
in Tahlequah, on Sept. 2S, to every
one who purchases of their store to
the amount of $10 in cash. This offer
is now open to all. Their stock is com
plete, their goods are all new and
stylish and the price is right. Call
and ask tbem about the plan.
A Brilliant Dlnplay:
The new millinery store in the Long
building, owned by Mrs.Sara S. Sharp
has been formally opened for the fall
trade. MrB. Sharp is an experienced
artist and her selection of goods has
captivated the ladies of Tahlequah.
The display is simply grand and every
piece of goods is strictly up-to-date.
Remember the place—the Long build-
ing, north main street.
A Boy's Wild Utile For Life.
With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for life, 18
miles, to get Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, W. H. Brown, of Leesville,
1 nd., endured death's agonies from
asthma; but this wonderful medicine
gave instant relief and soon cured him.
He writes; "I now sleep soundly
every night." Like marvelous cures
of consumption, pneumonia, bronchitis,
coughs, colds and grip prove Its
matchless merit for all throat and
lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Crew
Bros' drug store.
All persons or firms are hereby noti-
fied that the occupation tax is due
and payable on or before Oct. 1, 1903,
and that I will be at my desk in Rich-
ards & McSpadden's store for the pur-
pose of receipting for same. E. M.
Ilroalas uu Speed's Trull,
It is reported that the administra-
tion of Horace Speed, United States
attorney for Oklahoma, Is being investi-
gated by H. M. Brosius, inspector for
the Indian Rights association. It is
alleged that Brosius did not receive
the expected encouragement from
Speed in his investigation of condi-
tions in the territory and the state-
ment goeB so far as to say that Speed
is blamed by Brosius as endeavoring
to "block BrosiuB's game." Mr.
Speed has been engaged recently in-
vestigating frauds in Southwestern
Oklahoma which resulted in twenty-
one indictments. It is stated by his
friends that Mr. Speed was not anxi-
ous to take up Brosius's matters until
so advised by the department at Wash-
ington. It is said that Mr. Brosius's
Investigation of Mr. Speed is based
on the fact that while engaged in
private practice Mr. Speed entered
into a contract with the Pawnee coun-
ty commissioners to collect $,"i0,000
back cattle taxes, receiving twenty
per cent for hi^ fee. The taxes were
collected but later the county officials
have attempted to cause Speed trouble
by claiming the fee exorbitant, there-
fore illegal. It is said that one of the
commissioners who gave Speed the
contract now holds a position with the
Dawes commission through Speed's
influence and on this point is based
Cemeteries are Appraised.
L. W. Buflington, accompanied by
another member of the Cherokee town-
site commission, was In Sallisaw last
wc k. They are visiting the various
towns and appraising the cemeteries
laid out for each of the several towns
in the Cherokee nation. After they
have appraised these cemeteries and
the same is approved by the secretary
of the interior the towns will then
have to pay the appraised value of the
Churchill not Involved In .Scandals.
The officials of the interior depart-
ment deny that Prank Churchill, one
of the Indian inspectors, has been in-
volved in charges growing out of the
Indian scandals. Charges were filed
against Churchill, but they state that
these charges were presented early in
the spring and were Investigated by
the secretary personally. The charges
were that Churchill had purchased
land at Sulphur, Indian Territory,
which had belonged to the Indians,
and that he had taken advantage of
the opportunity to buy the property at
a'greatly reduced price. The Investi-
gation of the charges showed that
Sulphur was an Incorporated town
and that the land was not Indian land,
Churchill has been working in the
Territory, with headquarters at Sul-
phur, and had bought a lot in the
township at the earnest solicitation
of the citizens thereof. Furthermore,
this lot was bought for a friend a phy-
sician, living in New Hampshire, who
was in ill-health, and whom, it was
believed, the climate of Indian Terri-
tory would benefit. The two story
house was put up on the lot by Mr.
Churchill for his friend. The physici-
an did not go to Indian Territory,
however, and when he finally made
the decision not to go and not to take
the property off Mr. Churchill's hands
the latter sold it barely coming out
even on the deal. This was what Sec-
retary Hitchcock found when he in-
vestigated the charges against Mr.
Churchill, and the Inspector was
given a complete vindication. Sec-
retary Hitchcock regards Churchill
as the best man there is in tbe office,
but he will not recommend him to Mr.
Charles J. Bonaparte, who will con-
duct the coming investigation, unless
Mr. Bonaparte requests that he be
J. P. Thompson went to Grove Wed-
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CIGARS M TOBACCO
DAY and NIGHT
BROWN DRUG COMPANY
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