The Chelsea Reporter. (Chelsea, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 10, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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cut price shoe sale at the people's store*
OUT PR/OE ON CLOTHING AT THE PEOPLE S STORE.
I Bank of Chelsea,j
CHELSEA, IND TEB.
I ^ bank owned by Ike following iffinoiUtnc citizens:
i J. T. Mct pa<Men, Milam Sc McIntosh, C. L. I>ne, J. Strange, C. A. ,
| Davis, W. F. HcSpaJdcn, W. H. 'Jtark. Mr*. J. C. VcST-i<l<lr«, J. M. Sharp
I C. W. Poole and John D. Scott, who assure you of its perfect safety. We I
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YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
M8MOTW/Ll.y «ni | _
| J. T. McSPADDKN, President. W. G. MILAM. Vice-President.
JOHN D. SCOTT. Cashier.
When The Cosmopolitan, in-its Ap.it ' +++*<Vy<X><>+0000+<>
number, publislied an essay, at on if O
. . __ once
clever and philotophic, on "The Ideal
Wife." a demand Wi a created for a pipfr
on "The Meal IIusl>and" by the sauit
author—LavinU Hart. The Auguse
Coamopolitan contains an essay on this
subject—on which few people agree—
which it certain aot only to prove widely
interesting, hu' to cause lively discussiou.
In the sauia number Mrs. VanRknssk-
, J.AKR CHUOHR (Jfl.lHN GoRDKN) tells
' the story of the life f the Trench wife
with all its trajfic commonplace narrow-
ness. "The wttneu of small capacity
I puts up with, aud, perhaps, does much
|,J 'owards maintaiug present conditions,"
" ( says the author, "but these are wo • en
^ of brains who die at an early age of no
disease known to doctors, but simply
! from utter weariness."
| LOCAL NEWS.
Fffefflass cigars at Rvser'a.
J. M. Sharp'went to Foyil Friday.
Get shaved at Cqghill's barber shop.
•Gasoline at Ryser's aj cts. per gallon.
'Archibald Bonds writes Fire Insurance.
'When in Chelsea stop at the Chelsea
New up-to-date line of mens shirts at
New line mens furnishing goods at
Mrs. P. Fisher was very sick the first
■of the weak.
Mis« Maggie Scudder went to Vinita
The estray sale here last Saturday was
Mrs. Fannie Akiu, of Vinita, visited
here this week.
Home made bread and pies always on
hand at Ryser's.
James Cotton was on the sick list the
first of the week.
A. K. Graham was over from Catale
Strange is clearing out lawns and em-
broidries at coat.
The sale at S. P.. Snider's Thursday
was well attended.
Go to the Gem Confectionery for all
kiuds of ice drinks.
Everything is first-class and up to-date
at the Chelsea Hotel.
Go to Ryser'a for ice cream and all
lrinds of cold drinks. —
Atty. J no. T. Brown went to Vinita
Tuesday on legal business.
This Bacon, of. Now ata, was here
Weduesday and Thursday. m
I)r. J. J. Hendricks, of Centralia, spent
'the first of the week here.
Mrs. P. D. Henry was in Vinita Satur-
day transacting legal business.
James White, Bryansvitla, Ind., says
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve healed ruu-
. ning sores rn both le«s. He had suffered
M. L. Dodds returned from R1 Reno'6 J««rs. Doctor* failed to help him
Thussday, where he has been to file on
the claim he drawed in fncie Sate t>
Tlios. Arlington returned to his home
at Clarksville Ark. Wednesday. Mr. Ar-
rington made many friend* while here
who will regret his departure.
M. F. Matheaon was in town Saturday
and Sunday. Mark ia now traveling
salesman lor the Noyes & Norman Shoe
Co, of St Joe, Mo., aud is enjoying a
Dr. J. W. Rone, the popular physician
of Chelsea, was in the city Tuesd iy to at-
tend a meeting of the medical board of
pension examiners, of which he is presi-
The following from Chelsea enjoyed
an onting on the Verdrigris river Tliurs.
day; Clia*. Trickey aud wife, S. A.
Bowers and wife, Joe Johnson ant wife,
Mrs Talbett and Mrs. Dr. Talbett.
If the r.ctiou of your l wels is not easy
aud regular serious complications must
be the final result. DeWitt's Little Kar-
ly Risers will remove thia danger. Safe,
pleasant and effective. C. L. Lane.
Eruptions, cuts. burns, scalds and
Get DeWitt'i. Accept no imitations.
A camping party left last Monday
morning for Grand River to spend the
week fishing and hunting. Those who
composed the party were: Misses Eli*,
Liv.ie and Maude McSpadden, Gertrude
Da. is, Sarah Clark, Allie Milan anc Net-
tie Cox. Messrs Brown. Morrison, Jim,
Bartley, Charles and Will Milam, For-
est, Theo and Lysle McSpadden, Ralph
Cox. Will Dale. Roseo Foster, Joe Hen-
ry and Marvin Betche r. Chaperoned by
Mrs. Joe McSpadden, Mrs. Henry and
In cases of cough or croup give the
little one One Minute Cough Cure. Then
rest easy and have no fear. The child
will lie all ryht in a little while. It
never fails. Pleasant to t ke, always
safe, sure and almost instantaneous in
effect. C. L. Lane.
J. W. BISHOP,
Fine Watch Repairing
Eyu if ted Fr«.
Lmhi tiraaad to yoar order.
- CHELSEA, I.T.
ONE MORE CHANCE
D. G. ELLIOTT.
Dawes Building, Up Stairs.
The following is the climate and crop
reports of the Cherokee Nation for the
week ending Aug. 5.
, , ! Local showers improved condition of
sores of all kind quickly healed by De- late corn over the northern portion gen-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain cure
for Piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be
sure you gtt the origiual—DeWitt's. C.
Miss Mattie, daughter of W. F. Paris,
of Catale, met with a painful accident
last week in which she severely laceraled
her foot on a pain of broken glass. She
withstood the pain bravely and will soon
eratly, but localities still suffering, and
everything burned np; grass improved,
and stock doing better; water scarce.
Over the middle portion corn ia entire-
ly burned up in places; some early corn
may make a half crop; the weather dur-
ing the week was very hot and dry.
Over the southern portion heavy rains
on the night of July 30th. relieved the
drouthy condition, and greatelv improv-
ed condition of cotton; late corn l>euefit-
From a Character Sketch of Tom L.
Johnson in Frank Leslie's Popular
Monthly for August.
Turn Johnson had and opportuuity to
attend school until he wis 16 years of
age, then family reverses compelled his
giving up efforts to obtain an education
to aasist in keeping the wolf from the
door He beg in w.irk in a Louisvil le
rolling mill office as an errand biy. His
alertness soon attracted the attention of
one of the officials of the Louisville
Street Railway Company, and he was
given a clerical ^oaitiin at #7 a week.
Two years later he was Superintendent
of the road.
He waa married when about 20 \ cars
bi of age. "What have you with which to
support a wife?" his prospective father-
ly. Win. Lee, the great Throat and long in-law asked. "These two hand*," was
Specialist, and Fy# and K t Kxpert will the reyly. It wis characteristic,and it
he at tlte Chelsea Hotel Aug. nam) I). won him hit wife.
To Tub Public: I have recovere
from a very severe attact of the smallpox
and I thank my friends for their kind-
ness, Jfor I was well cared for by my
friends. I extend my heartiest thanks
to my doctor for h's close attention. I
can recomend Dr. lifer as a good <S:tor
in a bad case of smallpox.
Mrs.- Adauns Poinmkxtkr
Mrs. R. J. Cotton died at the home of
her son-in-law, Dr. J. W. Boi>e, Sunday
morning at one oclock. at the age of 64
years. Funeral services were conducted
at the M. K. Church South by Rev. A.
M. Belcher Suuday afternoon after
which the remains were laid to rest in
the ChelseA cemetery. Mrs. Cotton's
home was at Grove Springs, Mo. She
was in Chelsea visiting her sou James
Since then I have beeii entirely cured of
my old complaint. I recommend them." I
C. L. Lane.
CARD OF THANKS.
Editor RkpohTer: We desire to
thank the goo I people of Chelsci for)
I their great kindness shown us during
Herbert Cox, of Vinita, was here M011- the iUnesa of our mother, Mrs. Colton,
day visiting hU brother Claude. | who dicd Ia;,t ^Hay njKht.
Everything is first-class aud up-to-
date at the Gem Confectionery,
Tbe little son of Rob't. Bryant was re-
ipbfted sick the first of the week.
J. W. Bishop aud Adam MaGill made
•flying trip to Claremore Sumlav.
For first-class accomodation at a reason •
•ble price, go to the Chelsea Hotel.
The soda fountain at th e Gem Confec-
tionery is in perfect runuiug order
The politicians pnt in long hours last
Saturday working for political favors.
Messrs Leach ami Bif hop, of Claremore
attended the estray sale here last Satur-
'«• to Ryser's for ice cream and cold
'drinks. Opposite Vounger's photo gal-
•Dr. Win. Lee will be at the Chelsea
'hOtel Monday and Tuesday, August I a
Mrs. J. W. Coghill is spending the
week with her mather, Mrs. Ice, east of
Misses Cli*rt kee ahe Clara Couch
gave a partly tb their friends Thursday
Mrs. C. E. Stephens returned Sunday
fiom a visit w:th her parents at Neocla-
Strahge has jlist received a line of the
°'lU>yal Worcbeter" corsets. The best
Dr. Bone reports a girl at the home of
). Vineyard, Tuesday. Mother and child
0.1 Ang. 15 Vinita and Shawuee O. T.
'Cross bats for the championship of the
J. S. Davenport was here from Vinita
Monday having business with the voters
'•f this precinct.
C. V. Rogers and two daughters, of
Claremore, arrived Tuesday ti> visit rela-
tives here thh week.
Charley Clark returned to his home in
'Ottawa Rafts., Snaday affer a months
"visft with relative* here.
Y r. Taylor received word from Vinita
thurs-Uy that hi* mother was very aick
He left on the evening train.
Andy and Oreu Hall were over from
their farm* near Adair la*t Saturday trad-
ing with Cheliea's merchants.
A large assortment of the very (test
quality of fruit jars cheap at Milam ti
McIntosh Hani ware Co.'* store.
Robt. Fleftli t wasfn town Tketday
•iid informed us he had disposed of
heard of cattle at a good price.
O.O. Buck, Beirne, Ark.. say*: I ed riiZ " nl. r , . " ,>eUefit-
as troubled with constipation until I ! n . 'm.J! !ng K«rdeu*. potatoes,
,ught DeWitt's Little £rly RUers. «*r
Rki.ativks. Three Months' Service FRKE.
Dr. Wm Lee.
Distinguished Throat and Lung
Surgeon, Eye and Ear Expert,
Who has enjoyed such wonderful suc-
cess in Japan, Europe, New York an,I
this Territory, will be at the Hotel Chel-
sea on Monday aud Tuesday
AUGU8T 12th and I3th
Two Days Only,
and every fonr weeks thereafter.
All invalids who visit the erti^nt
specialist on that date Will receive'tht^e
months service free. Hi* long experience
ami daughter Mrs. J. W. BoAe. About fti the largest hospitals iu the world en-
ten day* before her death she was Attack- [ ables him to successfully treat all chron-
ed by a complication of stoniache aud j ic diseases, such as bronchitis, asthma
heart trouble which medical skill could 1 consumption and rheumatism sleepless-
not alleviate. She lea-es three sons and ness. brain and nervous exhaustion par
Monday, Aug. 19
WILL 1IAVE A
AT RATE OF
Tickelts limited to ten days'
from date of sole ar.d^good return- j
ing on any regultfr train within i
This is a gentle hint to give you I
an opportunity to make your prep-
Watch this space for full par-
ticular;, or make yourself kno<vn
to either of the tiudersigued by
postal or letter.
B. F. DUNN,
District Passenger Agt.
Gen'I Passenger Agt.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Then Is Something to Seo
- . i
The Only Scat Route between
St Louis «r Kansas City
AND POINTS M
The Southwest and
LjsetotteLaidtf Lead aad Zoe
taurant and <
■equated ia A
feet raaca-t tbe mar Ymmd. Kane
£SS>aia££ « •
TIMt OF TRAINS AT
207 Pass, goinj; west,
10.S Pas*, goinj; east,
241 Frt. going west,
240 Krt. going east,
Sena toot fri"T.ch fa tho pld States i
P?S Pr ^nrill'Uitrated pamphlets, to be |
"Tlii Tap ctthc Ozirttt."
'Ttafrcrt and F.as on the Frites "
"Fr*t Farmtat Ai« |tte Frtita."
' Tht 0?arU
"Thm is Saa.«LiiM u Cm hnj the
I I'> II. Hex I IT Co., J'lJIJtfi.
% Meals ■( all hotira.
^ Meal Tickets $315.
£ Eir,flla Mttsl, 20 ceqti.
| The leading caterers of tlte citj Al«i line of Fancy Crcceriea.
i Ed. Lee M<mn/acfuring Co
i' Vinita, Inp. ter.,
Make Everyttiiag in th
Sheet Metal Line .....
Roofing. Guttering, Ceiling*. Awnings, Taftfcs of all kinds,
, for all purjwses, Bath Tubs, Bath Tubs, Cornicer. Skylights,
Window Caps, Well Tubing. Flues, 5moks Stacks, Creetings,
j Ornaments, etc., from special plans, I'nmps and Supplies.
To My Lady Friends
• bave the fln?Rt line of Spring and
Summer Qoods i ver br< ugbt to
Calicos. Percales Linens and
j Crashes, Lawns, Shirt Waists,
J Under wear, liihhons. Laces,
Call, we will be pleased to show
tA-em to you and wi 1 not get mad
if you do not buy* but when ycu
see th«m I am sure you will pur-
chase, for they are within reach
of p11. Yours for Luck.
L. B. DAWES.
two tlaughers to mourn her untinely end
all of whom were present at her bed-
side, except her you ngwtjdaiighter. Tbe
berieaved far ily have the heartfelt sym-
pathy of the entire community.
P. T. Thomas, Sumtsrville, Ala., "I
was suffering from dyspepsia when t
commenced tuVing Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. I took several bottles and can di-
gest anything. Kodol Dyspepaia cure
is the only preparation containing all the
natural digestive fluids. It gives weak
stomachs entire rest, restoring their nat-
ural condition. C. L. T.une.
alysis, neuralgia, headache, Gts. St. Vitus
dance, tnmor, skin diseases, including
freck'e*, pimples: tllcers salt iheuni, etc;,
also, heart, stotftach and kidnevyliseases
netvous dehllty, effusion of ideas, aver-
sion to society, loss of memory, energy,
etc. Disease, of the Eye and liar are
are quickly aud permanently cured bv
an original and never fading treatment.
Cures guaranteed wheu others have fill-
ed, but he will not accept incurable
cases. He will examiue you thoroughly,
free of charge, and if iucurable will frink
ly and kindly tell you ao.
\ ouitg men who have lieconte victims
of solitary rife, that dreadful habU ttiat
Sweeps fcitft'ially to an untimely grave
thousands of young men of exalted tal-
ent and brilliant intellect, may call with
Take one candid thought liefore it is
too Itfte. A week or a month may place
V°ur case beyond reach of hope. Re-
mSttilier It costs yon nothing to consult
this eminent specialist, therefore the
most humble in circumstances can afford
to avail themselves of his vast experi-
ence Catarrh, and Catarrhal deafness
is positively cured by his new method.
Dr. I.ee gives special attention to the
diaeases of ladies. Merit rewarded. Hia
cures :>re uncqualed in the history of
science. Ills remedies will pnaitively
aud iiermaneutly cure female -titrain
The doctor can lie consulted in hia
parlcr at the Hotel Chelwa.
Office hours from 9 a, m. to S p. ft.
The doctor will make nioHtlily viaita
intend that a
shave at our place
shall give you pleasure.
It shall be a short oper-
ation end a pleasant one.
Our specialty is sh.lving
not conversation; our
wotk shall Tpeak for
itself. liife us a call.
Almost Like Magic
k 1 The way we remove offending teeth from
11 sorely troubled months. Long exj<-ri
J> enCe. skill and modem instruments en-
^ able us to extract teeth painlessly with-
a out the ire of gas, unless its use is de-
• sireil. Our system of filling, cleaning,
J etc , cause no pain or inconvenience to
• ; the pnt tent ami the teeth made and fitte«l
• by us are equal 1:1 appsarance and oper-
• ation to the natural teeth.
DKS. T VI.Bl'TT & HUFFMAN.
lip Stairs I it th*
Chelsea, lijd. Ty.
raja, tba oaly ea&artla wortby ot
laaste — .
6art health tor
Uklng CueareU. th. oaly <
aoUc. by aaaatbU neop4* "
OH. W. owlm, Balm, liua
OUM OONHTIPATION. ...
NOTICE TO PUBLIC.
Don't pay Chas. Jones any money for
work done in my shop. He has no mon-
ey ilue him. All debts paid to hiui will
not be accepted by uie.
D. P. Bazk.
KERF YOUR BOWELS STRONG.
Constipatiou or diarrhoea when your
bowel* are out of order. Cascareta Can-
dy Cathartic will make them act natural-
ly. Genuine Tablets stamped C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. All druggiats, 10c.
jj C. L. LANE, THE DRUGGIST,
■ proprietor op
The Corner Drug Store
is wcll. supplied
WITH FBESH, FOBS D9DG3 IND IIDICINES.
.ALSO a pine line of
Polite clerks constantly in attendanc.
C. L. LANE.
IDER AGENTS WANTEI
in each town to ri<le and exhibit a sample iooi"model
.^a,m!'actnre- vcu CKH "*ke $10 TO
WE£IC tesi'jes hcvir.g a \r!ieel to ride for yourself.
9G! CLaruteed $10 is $19
'08 & 'S9 lotbls IS. $71« $!2
■uav buchI r < net*.... ^
We ship aiiy" rVe"Q N "ji PPROVA\ ta
anyone u.:/wut u etnl >1 -pos I ia aJrc/Kc oad uikAr
10 BAYS m* TRihL, ZsOt
no riafc la ordering from us, m y>u do nr.t to -tj
a cent if the bicycle dooj not Mitt you.
lift BIAT nilV a «unt jun k v .Ilifn, rwt
WUHUI UUI fAC'Oiy Kku «r..i . j.. rt,.i
This Ujetal otter has oerei bees .Aj.-'I -Uj tr . ru.iMiirjj
the qaality of cur hr«K
a leliablc p<raua in eseh lawn to dlr*.n «t Vt % |B
—• hicjTle. Wnteuu) lut ft** aUli|ww<;
J. L. MEAD. CYCLE CO.. Chicago.
Nerves that Die
Fer lack 6f nourishment are just as dead as though they wot
severed with a knife. In either case the base of supplies has
been interfered with. Nerves that need wmiishiw make their
wants known through headache, backachs, loss of appetite, indi-
gestion, fluttering of the heart, irritability, sleeplessness, and gen-
eral weakness. Feed _ the hungry nerves, bald diem up and
make them strong and vigorous, full of vim, vitality and now,
with -the great nerve food and tonic, Dr. MMcs' Nervine.
"I doctored al
'la the ooOntry for
sarc •« all. a was Nocpivw, uvrruus,
food I ate was not properly dlfeet^
had palpitation of the heart and I
muscW After takfeif two bottles 01
quiets the aerrous Irrltatlta, sMsralates tH
and Oltothe blood wlthjStSUmSii
Weak and run-dowaeonaltkms. OnltalHsL
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