The Reporter. (Chelsea, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, September 26, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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JY A. R. & E. MILLER.
Entered In the poU clTice st CM«t
T., as ffcond claw mail.
S/.OO A> Y^AR.
PI ICN E
Chelsea has been buisy buik'ing
houses lor the pait two years, and
still thpre ;s a demand tor houses
to rent that exceeds the supply.
M.ist every day tlure are pecple
lotiitivS -n Chelsea who hive tried
other terrioral towus. There are
also lots of people coming here di
rect frctu the states not earing ♦'
experiment with other towns.
During \he coming year In-
dian Territory will (experience a
.change such as was rover dreanud
of b^ any < ^'ier .new country,
iydiau Territory is a much better
country in many respects ^hau any
heretofore opened and conse-
quently much more w^ll be ex
pectcd of it.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
There are a number of subscri-
bers whose subscriptions to the Re
porter have expired, and unless
you settle up or make some ar-
rangements your name will be
taken from the list and the account
placed in the hands of a collecting
ageiKV. We do not wish to part
with any of our readers, but need
t ie money to make some improv-
ments in the oSce. We cauied a
forge number '6n our 1 o&ks through
th; drouth last year and now that
we have good crops it is time to
pay up and make a new start.
F. C. and American
The Reporter would like tc
know why it is that about nine
tenths of the papers in speaking ol
Indian Terrkovy, always speak of
t as the Indian Territory. It is
Iu^t the same as saying the Okla-
homa, the Texas or the Ksinsas.
The name is Indian Territory,
vithout any and, if, but, the 01
•.nything else. Let's stop it.
To the faimcrs we will say,
•pug your farm products to Chel- j 4^9
ea and vou will b • treated right.
The merchants here hayc put in
argcr stocks of good:; than eva
,>efore in the- histuy of the town,
which wiH enable them to sell
phenp?r than ever. You will re-
ceive more for your p-cduce, but-1
It r, eggs np$l Ihc-ttopk here than
at any of the ix,!gLboring towns.
There never was two people who
could cgrte on everything. For
instance, here sauie of cur people
want water-works and fire protec-
tion am} doiit want Any street im-
provenjei t or sjde-fyalks. Oi'ters
,vant the iinprovtaieuts and don't
want to furnish the merchants
with any fire protection, neither
5:de realising thr^t their iuterests
are mutual, arc! t*. Etiut or injure
plther is an injury to
"Will «U fr Ok®
demands of th#
This gusr nt*
with every pair
ed after four
■wecKs' trial if
corset is not satis-
LooU for these Trade
Marhs-tHe siins of qual-
ity—on label of bo* •nil •
inside of corset.
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION
All lands of,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
AT CUHLSEA, I5IJ>. THE.,
At the close of buish'ess, Septem-
ber 15, 1902.
Loans and Discounts ,615 45;
Overdrafts, Secured and
unsecured ' 492 85
y. S. Bondis to secure
circulation *' ' 6,25000
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 351 56
Banking house furniture
and fixtures 1.4*4 3A ;
Due from National Banks : 4
1145 a m
2:03 a m
Kalamazoo Corset Co.
M A ft £ * $
Chelsea, InJi.ni Territory,
4ti I.oc..l Freight
471 Okls. I*ast Freight
11 j World's I'air Special
412 Kansas City Express
• • • Ltcal Freight
yi K. C. Stock Express
The Frisco System is now oilering
somv very low rates for all points west,
all parties wishing to go west will call
on a>. eut or address IV F. Dunn, District
Passenger Agent, Wichita, Kans
J. F. Ti bbs, Agent
(notresetve agfents) 574 281
Due from approved re-
reserve lafefe'tVts 30,52214'
Checks aud other cash
Notes of other National
Fractional paper cur-
rency nickels, cents 5 67 !
Lawful Monby Rbsekybd in
Specia 37° 6°
Legal-tender notes 1,000 00
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5
pei cent of circula-
tion) 312 50
Total 64,477 66
Capital stcck paid in $25,00-) 00
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
paid v 1,685 o;
National Bank nctes
outstanding 6,250 co
Individual deposits sub-
ject to check 31.542 64
total 64.477 66
State of Indian Territory \
County of Cherokee Nation J ss
I, N. B. Dannenburg, Cashier of
the above named bauk, iio solemnly
' 8'1 o * m *swear that the above statement is
13:^5 p 111 lri,e to l'le «y knowledge
•' 3 and belief. N. B. Dannenburg,
4:2* p "i Cashier
ii:s9 p in Correct - Attest:
"SiS C. W. Poole
9:52 a ui J. \V. Bonk.
Subscribed and sworn tc before
me this 20th day of September
1902. Archibald Bonds,
Screens, Porch and
1^. H Lindley, General Manager, will alw.iys be at the Lum?
bet V'ard, ready to wait on you.
P. Q. Browning & Co.
The Famous Cafe.
ALL KINDS OF COLD DRINKS ALWAYS ON HAND.
> ! I *
Our tables are furnished with every-
thing the market affords. Your
BOARD BY THK DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
The Famous is open all night L
BARNEY & MILLER, Props.
While there i< 1 ureal deal being
said al<out a ter.:uriul exhibit at
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
in St, Louis in I9°4t practically
nothing is being done. It is a
matter which should not for auy
csuse, be permitted to go begging,
ar.d it now devolves upon the com
inerciai clubs, boards of trade and
other organizations to take the
matter up and carry it to success.
It would be a lasting shame upon
a laucj as fair as Eder aud as boun-
teous as Canaan to permit the
World's Fair to be held aud not
bi represented.—Tahlequah Arrow
The Cherokee nation has been
more blessed than any other sec-
tion of the Twin Terntoriei this
year. The rains were sufficient
over the greater part iu the spring
to make a good corn crop, and the
farmers will have enough corn for
their own needs and some to sell.
The wheat crop was good and the
oats crop was excellent. The po-
tato crop was great and the cotton
crop is now coming in with a fine
prostect. The peach crop is fine
and the mellon crop was never bet-
ter; the api'le crop is better than it
has been for some time Corn,
kaffer, sorghum, millet aud all the
forage crops are all that could be
desired. Takuigall into consider-
ation, this country is certainly in a
J. T. Brown. R. E. Miller.
Chelsa Real Estate AgJy.
Qfficc in Kuhn Building,
CHELSEA, I. T.f *
All property placed in our bands will be adver-
tised free of charge. Property listed wit 11 other agents
will not ba accepted by us; wj caumt atfjrd to advertise
property tl):it other ageqts are handling. We are going
to do a straight and legitimate Real Estate business
or none at all. We want to handle your property, but
we want to handle it in a straight business way, we
would be pleaded to do business for you if our metho Is
are satisfactoi y.
BROWN 6k MILLER.
f COAL COAL#
Colonel A- J- Blackwell >yil| furnish
Fine, Large, Lump Coal to the people
of Chelsea aud surrounding country at
the low price of eight cents per bushel,
delivered to any part of the city. The
country people will haul their own.
A. J. Blackwell.
HOME OR FARH!
SHELVL KENT INTEREST ANU
Co-operate wi'h others irider the
rational, safe and liberty-
winning plan of
Hbrne Purchasing Co,
State Hank of Chicago, Depository
<5.00 per month will give you
title to a fi.roo ho::ie or faiui any-
wlieie in the L'nited States, or will
pay of! a f J.ooo mortgage on your
p!ace in 16 years and 8 months.
Vou pay us tio profit on the
property, payments less tha;i rent:
110 interest This is pcrfect co-
oucration. We conn the fullest
investigation. The officers arc-
well known Chicago business tnd
professional men. The treasurer
is under ample bond.
JNO. T. BROWN.
KUHN BLOa CHCLSet. T.
C. L, LANE, THE DRUGGIST,
The Corner Drug Store
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