The Tahlequah Arrow. (Tahlequah, Indian Terr.), Vol. 17, No. 31, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 2, 1904 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SOUVENIR COLD DOLLAR
Tabl^qCiab Local and Personal
©oin$5y ©omirt^5 and ©oin$5 in <h« ®,lV
in FtvfUevllle Hat-
(;. A. Ufi' wat
The Arrow Is prepared to print yoar
.John Drew wan over from Kort (ilb-
Steve Tebee wan over from West-
Three more day* 'till election, then,
- "I told you no."
The great card game, "Pit," at Hud
sous, price -iO cent*.
MuikogM h i' n:t; pupil* enrolled
In tier public
Mark Bean, of Stilwell, wax a Tah-
lequah visitor Tuesday.
.1 C. Starr, ol Vinita, was transact-
ing business here Monday.
MIns Ida Allison has accepted a po
ullton with the Hook Store.
. .1. S. Davenport, of Vinita, was here
Wednesday attending c< urt.
Port Gibson Is to have •; new brick
building for school purposes
Muskogee has paid the balance of
on the O. A C. C. bonus
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys
and bladder right. Don't delay taking.
Old paper*. In any quantity, for sale
at the Arrow office, 20 cents per hun-
The mayor of Nowata assessed lines
amounting to IH'5 al one session last
A splendid assortment of ihfse high
class detective stories al 15and 25cents
The surest mid safest remedy for
kidney and bl dder diseases Is Foley's
The last meeting of the city council
uud r the present administration will
be held Monday.
"1 need the Money," the latest title
in the John Henry series of books on
Hale at Hudson's
Foley's Kliluey Cure If taken In
time affords security from all kidney
and bladder diseases.
A. D. Morion, the Ramona oil man,
has been In the city for several days
looking after oil leases.
Will Meeks, who has just returned
from the Philippine Islands, has been
visiting friends in the city.
Miss Mae Todd, who has been at-
tending school in Muskogee, was visit-
ing In Tahlequah this week.
Miss Annie Nedry was over from
Westville Sunday, where she Is teach-
ing school, visiting her paienta
(}. W. Long left Tuesday for his
home In I.eachtield, Ky.. after a stay
of several days here on business.
A clyll service examination to secure
eliglbles for the railway mail service,
will be held In Muskogee April lit.
Judge W. A. Chase was at Tahle-
quah during the week on business con
neeted with leasing oil land.—Nowata
Foley's Honey and Tar contains uo
opiates, and wi'll not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. He-
Mis J. 11 Singleton, who with her
husband conducted a hotel business in
Tahlequah for a long time, died at
Greeu Stapp, a photographer from
Wagoner, has rented the Hudson build-
ing on South Main street which he will
occupy-as a studio.
Solid American silverware, guaran-
teed for oun hundred years, and made
bv Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co., for sale by
Knight & Sennight.
Those two great selling novels, ' Mv
Friend Prospero," by Henry Harland,
and "The Dellvurance," by Ellen Ulas
gow, ou sale at Hudsons.
Charles O. Shepard, of New York,
has-been appointed chairman of llie
Choctaw townslte commission to sue
eeed Dwlght Tuttle, resigned.
Mis* Ora V. Kddleinan, founder of
Twin Territories tnagaxln-. will be
married next week to ( Reed,
a Kansas City newspaper
The Paula Valley S has
reached the Arrow exchan*.. table
The Sentinel is a neat, newsy paper
and deserving of hearty support.
C. C Walters, of Muskogee, was In
the city Tuesday. Mr. Walters has
been connected wltti the Democrat, but
is now wllli a trust company Ir. Mus-
John W Masoer, of Tahlequah, has
moved bis family to Westville uud hc
oeptcd a position with P. J. Dore, as
<alesman. Mr Masner appears to be
a gentleman and the Wigwam wel-
comes this family to Westville.—V\ cst-
A number of those regular $1.50
copyright books on sale for a limited
time al II O0 each. Among the titles
left are: "Truth Dexter," Miss "Pet-
ticoats," Janice Meredith," "Castle
Craneycrow" and "Tbe titer an I City.'
Hudson's Hook Store.
rinrat i:i ni|ilr ol Muilvru Coining Art
Yel 1'rinlureri — Cftii H Obtained at
First National Hunk
(liroillo It Tour lilt Is ('urol.
"For ten years 1 had chronic bron
chills so bad that at times I could not
speak above a whisper," writes Mr.
Joseph CotTman of Montiuorencl, Ind.,.
I tried all remedies available, tu
with no success. Fortunately my em-
ployer suggested that I try Foley's
Honey and Tar. Its effect was almost
miraculous, and 1 am now cured of the
disease On my recommendation
many people have used Foley's Hone)
anu Tar, and always with sitisfac
tion." Crow Hros., Druggists.
To l'njr Off Crorlc llelit.
The Creek nation has an indebted-
ness of about 76,WH>, which, while it
is small, Is also very annoying and
has the effect of putting Creek war-
rants ten per cent below par. The
Creeks have plenty of money in the
United States treasury with which to
pay this indebtedness, but the pres
luent vetoed a bill passed by the last
council, looking to that end. 1 be de-
partment of tbe interior, however, has
asked congress for the power to expend
$76,000 of-Creek money now on hand
for that purpose.
t'nurrh P«rui«bfiitly Cured.
Nasal catarrh, catarrh of head or
catarrhal deafness. No cure, no pay.
All druggists are authorized by the
manufacturers of Hunseu's Catarrh
Cure to refund the money where it
fails U) cure any cise of catarrh no
matter of ho* long standing. One ap-
plication gives ease and rest. Hun-
sen's Catarrh Cure la not a new dis
covery and is the only catarrh remedy
sold on a positive guarantee—no cure,
no pay. Price f>0 cents.—Crew Hros.
tluu'l I.Iks Mrxlro.
A car load of Kickapoo Indian?
passed through Sunday on the!1 way
back to Oklahoma. They are complete-
ly disgusted with Mexico. One old
brave said, -'Me no like Mexico,
cause too hot. not good place. Me
never leave Oklahoma agate. ' The
squaws spent the ilay selling bead
trinkets about town, while the men
sauntered about looking at the show
indows.—South McAlester News.
The late uolm Issued from th • United
States mint at Philadelphia to com
niemorate the Louisiana Purchase Ex-
position and known as the I„ouis!aua
Purr ha se G old I i.illar have been pro
nounced by nuls cnallsts the IInest ex
am pies of moder-n coining art. This
coinage, which will live as a metallic
memorial of lli^ great World's fair
of I9jI, whs proviiled for by a epecllio
act of congress, which also limits
thoir Issue to 2-"50,000 pieces. Tbe en-
tire coinage wll 1 be delivered to the
Kxposltlon cum puny and will repre-
sent a part ol t be government's gen
eral appro print, im of IC.ouO Ov0 for
These spt.*clHll designed coin* are of
two types; lwt obverses having tbe
same obvers': 1 i.'i,UOO bear an excel-
lent likeness ol Thomas Jefferson, the
government fat I cr of the Louisiana
Purchase. The other Ti"),000 pretent
the prolile of W llllam McKlnley, th*
governmont fattier of the Louisiana
Purchase Kx|)u lllon.
A number ol these nuismalic gems
have reached our city and are being
shown and sold by the First National
Our Trade Increasing.
Why is our trade increasing Because ours is the
cheapest place in Tahlequah to buy Furniture. 1 he
people have found this to be true. For instance, where
can you buy a
Solid Oak Bed Room Suit for $16.00
but off of
Phone 14 ARTHUR JONES ,,hone 't
At the Myers Hardware and Furniture Company's old stand.
When Kanter Coins".
A good many people do not know
when Easter Sunday comes. This year
It falls on April 3. The establishment
of the christian festival of Faster,
typical of the resurrection of the Lord,
was a matter of much controversy in
the church for centuries, but was final-
ly established by the Gregorian calen-
dar adopted by the Roman church in
1752, and Faster is always the first
full moon on or next after March 21,
which date, is the beginning of the
Every farmer knows thai
some plants grow better than
others. Soil may be the same
,ind seed may seem the same
l)ut some plants are weak and
And that's the way with
children. They are like young
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow big
and strong while others stay
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
easy way out of the difficulty.
Child weakness often means
starvation, not because of lack
of fiK>d, but because the food
does not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feeds
and gives the child growing
\V hatever the cause of weak-
ness and failure to grow—
Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right.
Send lor Irr* sampl*.
8 \4l * IWiwnc, Chemists, itlst , Srw York
juc -uj ft am; all druggist*.
IMrksehr-Nt Cure, No * jr.
Your druggist will refund your
money If DeRoll's Kidney Pills fail to
cure any- kidney, liver, bladder or uric
acid trouble or any disorders du<i to
weak kidneys, such as rheumatism,
lumbago and Bright'# disease. De-
Hell's Kidney Pills is a new discovery
and is the only kidney remedy sold on
a positive guarantee no cure, no pay
I'rice ec nts I 'rew Urns.
Wmimii AccumMl of Murder
Mrs. Sherry Spann, wife of a car
pooler of McAlester, has beeu arrest-
ed for the alleged murder of of Josepl
McKay, who was found dead by the
roadside near South McAlester last
week. She denies her guilt and says
she will prove an alibi. Witnesses are
said to have bem found who saw two
persons on horseback near the scene
and a few uainut's later a veiled or
masked rider rode hastily away. Mo
Kay was shot three times and slabbed
In the back with a dirk.
U Qrtpp* Own H« I'nnil
When la grippe is in the air, extra-
ordinary precautions are necessary to
ward It off, or having contracted it the
greatest care must be taken to cure it
perfectly. Hansen's Pine Tar Cough
Honey is an absolute cure for la
grippe. It removes every vestige of
la grippe and leaves the system strong
against Infection of any Sort. Price
•J5 and -W cents.—Crew Bros.
I'ntlls Tm Cans Sfttlnl
The celebrated case of VV. H John
son vs. Jack Kl lis and I'rank McMur-
ray, Involving" tbe collection of the
Chickasaw cattle lax, was tried a few
days ago and resulted in a verdict for
the plaintiff fjr* the return of the taxes
paid and ford araitges to his cattle for
being removed. The Institution of
this suit In l OI caused the secretary
of the interior to issue an order to
remove Dorset Carter, an attorney of
Purcell, from t he limits ol the Indian
Territory. TUeeasehas been on-the
docket for three years, and the trial
was watched w ith much anxiety by ail
cattlemen and business men in the ter-
ritory, It being- lhe first jury trial in-
volving this «jiiestlon that has ever
been held in the Indian Territory.
Itry< n<l KipreMlonl
O. W. Farlr wo, Fast Florence, Ala.,
writes: "For nearly seven years I was
afllicted wlili Inrra of skin disease
which caused r*> almost unbearable
itching. I could neither work, rest or
sleep in peace - Nothing gave roener-
manpnt relief until I tried Hum's I ure.
One application relieved me: one box
cured tu?, anil although a year has
passed, I lia ve stayed cured. I am
grateful beyond expression." Hunt's
Cure is guara rtleed for all itching dis
eases ol the Ftcin. I'rice 50c.
Si'creiiiri'ii Order Met Anlde
Among tin amendments to the In-
dian appropri ation bill passed by the
senate is a provision directing the sec-
retary of the I nterior to withhold from
sale the Irregular tract of land con-
taining 78.fiS acres within the exterior
boundaries of the proposed townslte
of Sulphur, in the Chickasaw nation,
and excludeti from the townslte by
order of the secretary of the interior
October 30,1000; also the tract of land
lying south of and adjicentto the
above tract, containing in the aggre-
gate l:i acre*. The land and Improv-
ments shall l>c appraised and paid for
by the Unite*] States government and
tjecome part *>f the reservation hereto
fore established at Sulphur.
ll ilnr<i'« I lore hound Syrnp.
Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy
cough, oppressed, rattling, rasping
and dillieult breathing. Henry C
Stcarnx, Drug!!'Shullsburg, Wis.
writes. May 20, 1D01: "I have been
selling Hal lard's Horehound Syrup
for two years, and have never had 8
preparation tliat has given better >-at
isfaetlon. t notice that when I sell a
bottle they come back (or more. 1
can honestly recommend It." 2">c, ;">0c,
$1.00, Sold by Crew Hros., Druggists.
JOE'S POYAL CAFE
Ladies and Giiitlemen
Up to d*te Restaurant and short
order. Banquets and private
suppers at short notice.
Ticket for 21 Meals for $4.
Ticket for $3 50.
JOE L. GIBBS. Jfl
Two Doors North of Arrow Office
ecclesiastical tear. fher fore, the
earliest date up"n which Master may
ojcur is March - i. If the full moon
should appear ou Match 21, Kaster
then coni'.s on the following Sunday.
The latest da'e upon which the lestival
may fall Is April 2." . In 1881 and 1878
Enter fell on Match 22, but very few
of us now living will ever see It occur
that early, as It will not happen so
soon during tills century. In 180<i It
fell on April 2.1, nr.d will do so again
Tim Iu«vltHl lt! Bod.
Many a clever fellow has hit the
celling try log to sustain iiis reputation
as "a good fellow." They re all right
so lorg as their dough holds out, but
when the fringe decorat;slhe bottom
of their pantaloons and their hair
geeks the gladsome sunlight through
the tops of their hats they are very
apt to get the icy slare and the frez'n
mit. even from the old '"soaks wh ise
very tanks thsy've helped to tickle.
It IU*tt«ra Not.
No matter "the name, no matter tie
place: If you are t lllicted with that in-
t ilerable, often xcruclallng Itching
sensation, you want a cure and want it
quick. Hunt's Cure is an infallible,
and never failing remedy. It cures.
Only 50j per.box and strictly guaran-
For all kinds of Marble and Granite work,
Tombstones and Monuments, Iron Fencing
and Lawn furniture. Located on North
Main Street, Tahlequah, Indian Territory.
D. B. THOMAS, PROP.
P. O. BOX KQ. 77.
* i -j?
II, „| -- to—,«
Libbey Cut Glass,
Art China, Stationery,
Office & School Supplies
HUDSON S BOOK STOPE
That is what we can give and you will want, when
a cold north wind thistles around the corner
of your house and you find your coal
bin is empty. We carry
Best Quality Domestic Coal
I . I
II Weights on our new scales guaranteed. i
Tahlequah Lumber Co., j
R. A. Witherill, Manager.
| Telephone No. 43. North Main Street
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