The Tahlequah Arrow. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 3, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 19, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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TIIK ARROW: TAllLKg .\ti 1 Vl l A> TK.IiRITOK^ .
Wm. IH. Cravens. *am'l M. Kutherford,
Albert 1- EnflUh.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MUSKOGEE, - I. T.
WILLIAM F. RASMUS,
Kooiiir So I aii'l - ivrr Loiter Bro* *t >re,
appoalte Opera llouae and IT. S. court t>nlliliu ;
TAHLEQUAH, Cherokee Nation, IND. TER.
John K Thoma* Wm M Harrison
.1 antra A N aa«)
THOMAS, HARRISON & VEASEY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
TAHLEQUAH, - IND. TER.
Offlct'i In Kirat National HuiMinjr
t. W RKN'tfK
A W SWH'I
BEXGE tV SlYETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Practice In all Courts. City Property
nod Lease Holdings.
OfKoe Upstair In Center Building ,
ol Lawrence-vVyly Mercantile Co.
TAHl.F.yi AH, iSO TEH.
Kennerti S. Murchison Frank J. Boudinot
Murchison & Boudinot,
Attorneys at Law.
Practiae before tf e Depart i**u laof ti:* Uovern-
meut and all rntteil States Courts
OF PICK IN FRENCH BUILDING
Tahlequah, - - Ind. Ter.
Wm. II Craven*. II. S«tth«rford
.'es L. Damage
CRAVENS, RUTHERFORD &
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
J. B. TOKBKTT D. H . TOKUKTT
Contractors & Builder*.
Furnish estimates and plans for pros-
pective builders. Office and shop
in the Bushyhead building.
West of the Commercial Hotel.
9 A Cobb. J P Walter. C. E
Jnn. Am. Soc. C. K
COBB cV WALKER
General Engineering work done in any
part of the Territory.
MUSKOCEE, I. T. VINITA, I. T.
H. U. HI.AKK K. W.BLAKK
BLAKE & BLAKE,
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS,
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Town aad Country Call* Promptly Answered,
tie*. Phone < Office In Stapler Hid*
A. D. BROWN
BRICK and STONE
TAHLEQUAH, I. T.
Estimates cheerfully furnished
on any kind of brick and
Own and operate the onk brick
yard in Tahlequah.
DUTCH IN SOUTH AFRICA.
ire Better u Farmer* aad I'olltl-
• laa> I'Uk the Kifllak. MM
• a Writer.
The Dutch are PeUer u.eu on tli<
land Uiau the EutsUh. Mr. Khoor-
aflirtued it as strongly a Heujauili
Kidd. Not only ule they belter mei
but they are much cleverer p«,Iitici..iii.
write* VV l" Stcai; iu U KjUii> et
axiua. Dr Gordon ^pri^g, the pit-
eut premier of lap* CoH'tiy, ltdi ii ■
last year that the rough Dutch lata,
era from the back couatry I. ,. ucl. .
natural intuitive genius t> r ( lit ■ .
that after three weeks in parlluuui.
they could gne point* to auy ilrilisi i
member who had baen iu tint hou t I
Not only are they beMer men ali
rniint! ou land, not uiilt art they abler
poiiticiauk ail round in the hou r o '
IMtrliuttici'.t, but, lat I* far n ,,r* ta
| porum;, they are tetter breeder* ol
| men I he tlrilisii coioui t. follow ilij.
! the exampo f the Krenii.ii.au ai >: th*
Nt« KugUiuder, ahrink* trout ti t
primal ta L of multiply it:g at,ti increa*
ing aui repletHM mg the earth. I ht
Dutch cradle ia tieveren.pt). If the
hand that rock* the crauir >waj the
world, it ia not leas true thai the race
that (ilia the cradle will posses* the
world. Hence th* de tiny of South
Africa seems tolerably certain to b
that of a federation ->f sclf-g overniug
state*, preeminently Duu-li. which wil
or will not be sheltered by the utuou
jack, according to the readineaa of thr
imperial goverumeut to reognue
that it haa uu authority over African-
An First lent Coutlltlou.
B. S. CopiKx-k of Tahlequah. School
Sup rviaor of the Territory, was here
last Saturday looking after the educa-
tional affairs. He made thij office a
very pieasant call, and we f"i«nd him
a very interesting conversationalist on
educational n alter*. He said every-
thin:; was iu excellent condition for
splendid schools in Flint District ths
year.- Stilwell Standard.
A Trtpple HaiixliiR.
Smith, Brown and Jones hang iheie
hopes of recovery upon Cheatham's
Laxative Chill Tablets. They will be
around soon shaking hands with
friends. 25cts. No cure—no pay.
Tahlequah is boasting a little and It
appears that it is entirely justifiable.
An electric light plant, waterworks,
and free schools, certainly entitle the
good people of that otherwise enter-
prising city to fe-'I just a little elated.
— Wagoner liecord,
Huekleu'a Arulca Salve.
Has world wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve,
lotion, ointment or balm forcuts,corns,
burns, boils, sores, felons, ulcers, tet-
ter, salt rheum, fever sores, chapped
hands, skin eruptions: Infallible for
Piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c at
Crew Bro's., Druggists.
Great activity ia now Iteing dis-
played in the extension of Interna-
tional telephones. Bros.-els and I.on-
ion and l'aris nnd Hume are alrend;-
•onneeted. Negotiations nre now
•rojjre.ss between the lto«si*n lint1
Jerman governments to >fi11 further
enlarge the area of international
telephones by a direct line connect-
ing St. Petersburg and Berlin.
Ileaven lletp I R
In our troubles, but use Hunt's cure
for Itch, Tetter, King worm, Itching
Piles and eczema. Guaranteed.
The I.umber Question
When you judge lumber you must be careful to consider many
things. The important point is the quality that makes it ri^ht.
The Price Means Much
But the best at a high price is better than the inferior at any
price. We'll show you lumber that solves the question.
ROUNDS & PORTER
PHONE 19. J. L. BROWN, MGR.
In effect J IT I.T I, IBM. Snbieet to change with,
out notice. All trains daily.
west bound STATION
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Why a Circuit Drawn Crowd*.
By this tltne almost every person
living in this city and throughout the
adjacent territory for many miles
knows that the great Sells & Downs
Show will exhibit in Tahlequah. Nlon-
dat Sept \!v The Sells Dcwns
Show is a circus, and an up-to-date
circus. Every detail connected with
its presentation of a lengthy but novel
program is carefully executed with an
eye single to ihe satisfaction of the
circus patrons. With it may be seen
twenty-live clowns, wbo are ably as-
sisted bv cl rn pigs, clown dogs,
clown mooke • and clown donkeys.
From the entrance of the "Kube"
clown when its doors open, the farewell
salute by the grac< ful prince of fools
during the ract s, the little folks are
sure of wholesome arausem *nt.
While the Sails <v Downs Show has
usual drawing power of a circus, it
also possesses unusual magnetism in
the way of securing patronage, be-
cause of its unequaled popularity.
The old time a.'id regular circus goers
always notice something new and re-
freshing about the Sells & Downs
Circus. New and novel features, which
are far above the ordinary, predomin-
ate io the Sells & Downs program,
while it is very noticeable that the so-
called ''old" or ordinary acts have
been carefully elevated and improved,
so much so that even what have been
considered common and worn out acts
have been raised to a plane of merit
and attractiveness almost as high as
that of the feature of features. The
result is inevitably the same in all
cities, the patrons of the Great Sells &
Downs Show are agreeably surprised
and delighted. Nobody complains of
seeing "the same old thing'' when
leaving the tents. The "same old
thing" is never with the Great Sells &
M hat la Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do know that it is under strict
law. Abuse that law even siightly,
pain results. Irregular living means
derangement of the organs, resulting
in constipation, headache or liver
trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills
quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle,
yet thorough. Only 25c at Crew Bro's.,
Dtedi to Allotments.
According to the Cherokee agree-
ment deeds to the first filings on allot-
ments will begin to be issued the first
ol October, nine months from the date
of tiling. Persons who Bled on their
allotments during the month of Jan-
uary should receive their deeds in
Is practiced, but don't swap off Hunt's
Lightning Oil for a worthless article.
Ask your druggist or merchant for a
free sample bottle.
■'The poor fhall never eea«*e out of
thy land, therefore I command thee,
saying, thou shalt open thine hand
wide unto th; Vother. to thv poor,
and lo tnt needy in th* land."—
"He that hath pity upon the poor,
lendeth unto the Lord, and that which
he hath given will He pay him again."
— Prov. lt :1 T.
A joint committee appointed by the
city council and the minister's associ-
ation respectively, consisting of II. C.
Fuller, Dr. E. W. Blake. Otis Luster,
Kevs. G. T Thompson and J. E. Saw-
ders, to arrange a plan of systematic
relief for our worthy poor. The com-
mittee was called to meet at the office
of Drs. Blake & Blake on Thursday
night, and otgani/.ed as follows: R.
C. Fuller, chairman: J. E. Sawderrs,
secretary; Otis Luster, treasurer: G.
T. Thompson and E. W. Blake, com-
mittee to investigate the worthiness of
those reported needy. A committee
consisting of one from each of the
live churches, was appointed to solicit
funds to carry on this wor k. Money,
provisions and clothing will be solic-
ited, and when entrusted to the com-
mittee every precaution will be taken
against imposition, and the real con-
dition and merit of -?very case will be
thoroughly investigated. Thus all
chronic mendicants, systematic beggars
as well as those really deserving help
will be referred to this committee of
investigation. This will protect our
merchants, business men and private
citizens from promiscuous solicita-
tions for help, and contributing to un-
worthy objects, many times.
Let all our citizens freely cooperate
in this worthy enterprise. J, E. Saw-
S. A. Read, Cisco, Texas, writes,
March, 11th, 1901: "My wrist was
sprained so badly by a fall that it was
useless; and after using several re-
medies that failed to give relief, used
Ballard'-" Snow Liniment, and was
cured. I earnestly recommend it to
any one suffering from sprains." 25c,
60, SI.00. Sold by Crew Bros.
To whom It may conern: Take not-
ice, that proceedings will be Instituted
at once by resident taxpayers of the
incorporated town of Tahlequah,
to set aside and have declared null
and void an ordinance, passed by the
town Council of the said town on Aug-
ust '.'1st, MHII! and designated, ordi-
nance No. 59, wherein a contract is
entered into with one W. B Reos ,
Ills heirs associates, or assigns, for the
contruction and operation of a system
of waterworks in the aid town of
Tahlequah Indian Territory.
Take further notice, that in the
event such ordinance is declared null
and void, and inoperatirp, by the
decree of a competent court, a clause
therein, guaranteeing the payment by
the said town of Tahlequah, of inter-
est on certain bonds, now proposed to
be issued by the said W. H Reese,
his heirs, associates or assigns, will
be ordered likewise null and void.
Take further notice, that the ones
tion of the validity of a certain chattel
mortgage, executed by the said W. B.
Reese to secure the payment of said
propo-ed issue of bonds, will be raised
by the proceedings hereinbefore refei-
Now, Therefore, you are hereoy ex
pressly notified and warned not lo
purchase or receive or dispose of for
value, any of the said proposed bonds,
upon the faith and credit of such
guarantee of interest by the incorporat-
ed town of Tahlequah or upon the
validity of said chattel mortgage as
aforesaid. Jess# L. Harnageand James
A. Veasly, Attorneys for Pliantiffs.
HI* Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera an<l Diarrhoea Remedy,
"R L. Byer, a well known cooper
of this town, says he believes Chamb-
erlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy saved his life last summer.
He had been sick for a month with
what the doctorscall bilious dysentery
and could get nothing to do him any-
good until he tried this remedy. It
gave him immediate relief," says B.
T. Little, merchant, Hancock, Md.
i For sale by Cherokee Drug Co.
R. C. FULLER, Pres. J. W. PERRY, Vice-Pres. C. B. REINEY, Cashier.
THE CHEROKEE NATIONAL BANK,
TAHLEQUAH, INDIAN TERRITORY
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
This institution guarantees absolute safety to its depositors and offers ever,
accommodation consistent with conservative banking.
DIRECTORS: J. W. PKRRY, If C. FULLER,
j T. J. ADAIR. WADDIK HUDSON. C. D. MARKHAM.
W. T. RICHARD
It. K. MeCOLLUM.
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PAMPHLET FORM, BY MAIL
..HUDSON'S GOOK STORE..
TAHLEQUAH. - - - IND. TER.
Kansas City Southern rsilwsy at Westville for
N--i*tio. 'o|,|in. Pittsburg. Kansas City and '
all point,, north sod west; also Texafkana.
Shreveport and all poiuts south.
Close conneetion is made st KayetteTllIe with
Frisco train No. 6 for llooelt, Springfield,
kansas t iljr, St. Louis and and ell points east
also with Ni, 1 for Fort Smith, Pans and all
I points l-a Texas.
Trsin No. I male-close connection it Mus-
kogee tor all point* on or reached by the M
K. AT U.K.. and tft Okmulgee*. I. T. for all
points on the Red Rlrer division of the F risco,
i <dishorn;* City and poiuts in Oklahoma Ter-
Thrwc.h ticket* to all points. For farther
| information apply to or addrea-i
J r STATU KM, Local Aesut.
CHEROKEE * DRUG :• COMPANY
w e have the largest and best
line of Papeteries, Stationery
and Tablets ever brought to
Tahlequah. Call and convince
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