Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 31, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 16, 1885 Page: 3 of 4
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VINITAj I. T. A I' IU MO 1885.
Local Railroad Time Tabic.
MlflSOUIlt fAUIFtO HAILWAY.
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8T. louis .sjj rnXciaco iiailway.
Kx. from M. I to Tola
PHYSICIAN t SVItGEON.
Ofllco over 8kinnor Bros' grocery
store Vinita I. T.
VINITA C. N.
OfTico rooms up stairs in south end
of Skinner Bros5 building. Oflico
hours from 8 to 11 a. m. nnd from
U to 0 p. in.
Ue..tklllfatljr repaired. An esperlencrd Jew-
eler hat been employed and all work entruatcd
tr him will bo guaranteed. Aarnt rortfcth
Thomat' anil Amonla Clmki and Eluln ami
Walttiara Walelirt Your work Solicited a
WASHING AND HiONING.
Mm. R. 8. IUarJackf t hat employed two com-
Fetcnt women ami U conducllnif a Brit riant
-Mindrj. Work lelt with her will be turned
out In a aatltlactorr manner. Laundry opuo-
tltetioodykoontxlflock yji. P. RASMUS
Tnlilequah Chcrokco Tation I. T.
ATM practice before all tha conrta of the
Cberoltee .tlon nnd tho United Statpt Ila-
irlct court at Fort Mmlth Arkantat. Attend
to all raatlera coming up before the United
mate Indian agent at Mutkoxce Indian Terri-
tory Claim axaintt th. Cherokee .Vail cm and
tnoie of Cherokee cltltcnthlp a tpcclalir
Collection attended to arid prompt return
J.O.Caah Il.D.Mewart. K.n.Orerttrect.
CASH STE ffAUT&OVKItSTKEET
Live Stock Commission Merchants.
OOJee UoomIS Kxcbangu Uulldlnx; up Main
P National Stock Yard Illlnol.
DO YOU KNOW
with Iled'Tln Tag! Iloe I.BAr Vine Out Chew-
Injri JUvr Oiminn and Illack Ilrowu and
Teltvw MJKS are the bctl and cheaict
quality conalderod? tsr
BOOTS & SHOES
TpKACTICAL nOOT AXDMIOK MAKKlt
J- la employed at 8. A Illuejaeket' rant
of the track and hit n good workman atroclat-
cd with him Krery deacrlptlnn of Loot or
hoe work la aklllfully performed and entire
illtfaetlon guaranteed An examination of
the new work turned nut 1 especially lntlted
'Will male It an object for the people of Inlta
and vicinity to dltcontlnue tho practice of
ending off for their cuitom made
BOOTS & SHOES.
MONEY IN EGGS!
Howl the time to begin to tare up and pre-
erre egg for the market when they com-
mand high price later In the year Large
Iiroflt may bo reallied on egg by thl mean
which ha been thoroughly teted and proren
to preterre egg Twelve ilontln and which
any penon can obtain for . Tho cot of the
recipe can be realized If you only
wlili to priicne egg for your o n ute Scud
money by pottofflee money order or exprett.
ArAOroaa OEO. P. PARKS Vlnlto
13IE LIVE STOCK MARKET OF ST.'LODIS
TUB ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located at Baal Mb toil la III.
. Directly oppotlto the city of 8t- Loul Buyers
for all doacrlptlon of Llvo Stock alwaya In at-
tendance and within tho ground of tbg stock
Yard aroallcof Canning Company wltn a
capacity for alaugbtorlng 1000 head of oattla
dally and l'ork Packing EtUbUthmcnta with
a capacity for alatigtaterlng 12000 hog dally.
IIJAAC II. KKOX X'rttMoat
en as. t. Jones sunt.
rTW Only Wholesale Yards in St.
Louis Accosslble by Rail
and Water I
1. Every mUroml ontorliiR St. IOul
is illroctly trilmlnry to tlioso ynnls.
2. Texas nlilppcra mo Infungi"! that
ronnccUon yHU tlipso yards irom tho
Iron Mountain Auouthcrn rallroml etui
bo inndo without cost anil with much
less ulirlnkflgo than to any other.
3. Thesovartls hnvp tlioiiocnllarmU
VautiiRO or being located on tho SI.
Louis side of tho rlvor from which
llyo hutidrod thousand nconlo draw
their1 jirovlslon supply.
I. ftvoryiiacKiiiir nouso in hujouis
Vina at in i 1 1 1 mt lllllAti ai I n 1 1 a .. Ii.ia
f) Buyers of cuttlo hogs und ahcep loth
m 4.h al. lstfhaa-ftu kiAhhiii jal Afl.a..b .Itl.
jut tiiu iiuimu iiiuikqv utiu uaa-turu nuii
wont we at all times represented
JsM'atN oltuptrior in the voutttry.
wa ItaaM rf H rm ajipwMt hre.
tfttrt MKfSMn MtUmui and other co.
umnw fratktuert tbprk
. KHTILL ifcHKNBY fnwi.
ikK-tuUt v UU l.Ttviiiurer.(
Thero aro nlnnty-nlno pupils now'at-
tcndlnn our pulilic ecljool.
An Old Bctllcr Cherokee council is
called at Tahlcqunh on tlio 27th Inst.
Our now school Is now nn assured
fact nnd In a week or two wilt bo In fqll
Nelllo A Ilrowu nt tho Methodist
church nn entertainment of merit
worthy ul patronage
On Sunday Inst llttio Willie tho only
child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson 1'arrls
died after a protracted illness. Tho
sorrowing parents Iiavo tho sympathy
of all our pcopto in their bereavement.
J nek Itogcrg who some necks ago
killed John Davis nt Prairlo Olty has
never been seen thero since. His
family teams and everything movable
aro also none it Is thought to tho
During tho past week the Frisco hotel
has enjoyed n most liberal patronage
At meal time tho largo dining room has
been crowded to its full capacity and
on Sunday and Monday last tho re
ceipts woro considerably over fOO per
day which facts nloue aro a sufficient
endorsement of tho Frisco's cxccllout
And now is tho country publisher
assailed by a new nnd dangerous com-
petitor. Tho old newspaper buctlo
which held Its own for years Is now be-
ing superceded by n spiral wlro con-
traption. This not only cuts oil" n good
uso for which old papers wcro sold but
nt ono houso In tills town It occasioned
nn outlay ot two dollars nnd n half.
A typographical tourist answering to
tho somewhat elaborate cognomen ot
"Michael Ucjasus" struck this burg
last Saturday on his way north. At
Chouteau ho was "horsed" out of the
Pullman (unvarnished) with little cer-
emony and lils pockets searched by tho
conductor and brakcy. Tho Indignity
and not tho loss was complained of.
Cokoreoatioxai.. The stnto associa-
tion for Missomi Is in session this
week at Lamar nnd as tho Ind'.nu Ter-
ritory is anuoxed to that dlstrirt sev-
eral or our pcoplo aro aitondlug. In-
cluded in tho number aro Mrs. M. Cox
iho goes as adelcgato of tho Indies
society of this city Mrs. F. L. Decker
a member of tho same and Ituv. X. M.
Oun Fcuooi.. At tho entertainment
Inst Friday evening somocighty dollars
were realized which proved sulllclcnt to
pay all indebtedness Incurred to that
time. It Is estimated that U0 will
place tho houso In such toudltion that
it can be used l'ight or tin ol our
citUcns those who havo heretofore
taken most Interest havo concluded to
finish this work and do so at once.
Socials. It has neon arranged by
tho Ladles' society of tho Congrega-
tional church to hold a scries of socials.
Tho first will occur at tho parsonnge
on Friday evening of next week. Ito-
freshments 'consisting of coffco and
cake wrll be served. In the courso of
tho evening n collection will bo taken
up. Kvcry cflort will bo put forward
to make theso occasions cnloynlilo and
all our people Irrespective of their
church affiliations are earnestly Invit-
ed to attend.
New Fin. Tho Ciiieptaix takes
pleasure In introducing to Its friends
out went tho now firm composed of
Charley Poole nnd J. T. McSpaddon
who havo just bought out tho M. W.
Couch business nt Chelsea. Individu-
ally tho boys aro very well known
and in their new departure are almost
certain to bo successful. Already
they aro iu possession nnd will pro-
ceed to mako things howl. Will
SUngo who with Mr. Poole was em-
ployed al'l'attou t Go's. at this place
takes a position with tho now firm.
That Violence MATTtn. Tho Mus-
kogeo Journal says: "Mr. Wolf was
hot in a partlclo of danger hero as
anyouo inclined to doubt our word can
ascertain by addressing any of our cit-
izens on tho subject." Tho Ciiieitaix
has unbounded faith in tbo old Meth-
odist doctiiuo of an "honest confes-
sion" and thereforo takes occasion to
admit that it has been "worsted" iu
this Wolf violence matter. Tho Journ-
al was on tho ground and In position to
know tho facts nnd wo respectfully
glvo It up. Wo wcro assured by Mr.
tlon from him that violence was at-
tempted. Select Extertaixment. On this and
to-morrow evenings our people will bo
givon an opportunity to attend ono of
thoso classic entertainments which
throughout all sections of tho country
havo become so popular. It has been
arranged that Nclllo A. Drown nn cml-
nont elocutionist shall glvo two enter
tainments at tho Methodist church.
Tho lady Is very highly ondorsed on
tho merits of hor character imperson-
ations nnd Is said to display romarkablo
talent. Tho fact should not bo lost
sight of that a great deal of valuable
instruction may bo gained by studonts
and their educators. A sharo of tho
proceeds go to tho church.
PiUiniE City. Not nnv nf nnr anr.
rounding towns havo received raoro
nattering nor frequent recognition In
tho past few months than Prairlo City.
To a combination of favcrablo circum-
stances is this fact probably due and
if tho OuiErTAtN can do anything to
neip mo "boom" along It wants to
know it. A rich and nroductlva n?rl.
cultural country augmontcd by tho
stock interosts rurnlsh a healthy and
Increasing trado and uuarautco perma
nency to tho present growth. Among
tno jnoro rctont improvements Is a
new storo building 20xG0 feet Iu sizo
soon to bo occunlod bv Mr. Audrmu.
nndaone-hundrcd-foot platform built
by tho railroad. Tho next prcsslug
need is a depot nod station and wo
hnpo thoy will soon bo sunnllcd. This
would lncreaso business amazingly to
say nothing of tho accommodation
aliordod that now existing. Tho
railroad mall which now ! ikmIvm!
but from Xno direction Is wo under
stand soon to servo ttitjm from both
wnja which will greatly oxpcdlto busi-
ness. On tho whole everything Iu that
locality scorns abouudiug with pros-
perity and thq Omismix hna taken
steps to share tho blcMlue. To that
ed wo have a-ppoiHtud Mr. Sam Mc-
opauuca at m. A. Afpsstrong Co.'i
to act as our afeut Ho U authorUd
to rMNtlVv fcuMrcrintloM. adviUli
and jo work Hid to rtoalpk lor the
m'b 0lvo h!melUfKjMam-
pie oony or tn mtuer. item irau.
(A -itl him VIU. Kit J their wy Into
W. 'II. Italsoll und wlfo went to St.
Miss Jalo Perry of Fort Smllh in
visiting her aunt Mrs. Oapt. Nehns.
Mr. K. O. Stretch is making an ex-
tended plcasuro trip nnd is how in
Mr. lladgctt of Chelopa Kansas
cnwo down Monday for a few day's
lelt with lils son Hilly and family.
Nnt Skinner nnd family will start for
Now Orleans somo timo during this
month to visit the World's exposition.
L. Miner representing Dun's com-
mercial agency was hero last Saturday
renewing acquaintance with tho affairs
of our business mon.
Senator iiuchon of Wyamiotto was
hero this week ns tho ngent-of tho
government for tho purposo of de-
livering tho Ulnck Dob patents.
Col. Tufts his wife and daughter and
Mr. Lon Cass ot Muskogee all dined
at tho Frisco hote'l last Sabbath. They
wcro on rottto home having como In on
tho cast train.
T. A. Stono. the otilk-lnir ndvnnen
agent for Nclllo A. Drown who is to
appear beforo our pcoplo on this and
to-morrow evenings returned from
tho cast yostcrdny. Ho arrangod
dates as fnr as Granby.
"Kvcry dog has his day" nnd just
now the fisherman is absorbing his
portion of tho diurnal period.
Attend tho Xclllo A. Drown elocution-
ary entertainment rtt tho Methodist
church to-night nnd to-morrow night.
Employment Ofjkred. Next Wed-
nesday Is "houso cleaning day" at tltb
Congregational church. It is arranged
that nil thoso Interested will "tnkn their
dinners stay all day aud havo r.n old-
fashioned "bee." If any of tho young
gentlemen ot tho city dcslro to carry
tho water or wield n broim woptcsumo
they will bo permitted to do so. An
occasion lor gallantry is hero offered.
Sk.vsiolc. Tho editor of tjiq Seneca
Dispatch Is a mighty sensible gentlo-
tuait and in his last Issuo pays us the
following compliment which wo nssnro
him is npprcclntcd: 'JTho Ixdiax
CntKtTAiK published nt Vinlta I. T.
is decidedly the best weekly paper that
finds its way to this ofllco and a per-
son would havo to get out a Bcarch
warrant to even find a stale local In
the entire Bhcet nnd wo aro muchly of
tho opinion that tho warrant would
bo returned marked upon its faco 'the
search Is useless and tho warrant dead.'
A great big success to tho CiitcrrAix."
The Propeu Tmxn. In tho Seneca
Dispatch of last week is found the fol-
lowing Item nnd if publishers gener-
ally would ndopt tho plnn suggested
they would bo doing justlco to them-
selves: "Wo love to mnko mention of
visitors cither going or arriving at this
placo but when it takes tho form of
VMr. So-and-so from -- is In town on
official business etc.;' wo think it 'just
a llttio too personal' for tho stomach
of tho printers' devil at least. Wo
thereforo tnko this mothod of Informing
these anxious ones that ifthoy will but
whack up 10 cents per lino for thoso
'personal advertisements' the Dispatch
stands ready to nccommodato them."
Auotrr PAPEns. In Its last Issuo tho
Muskogee paper nttempts to convey
tho impression that it Is something
moro than a "puny attempt" at journ-
alism. Wo hato tu think a man guilty
of wilful falsehood and thereforo con-
cludo tho editor wroto without consid-
ering fully his otntoraents. With a
great deal of prido ho refers tojiis cor-
respondents and well ho may. Ifthcro
is nn institution in Christendom need-
ing correspondents it is tho Ohonp.
John shop nt Muskogco. When it
comes to making comparisons with tho
CiiiirrAix thero tecms to bo no com-
parison whatever. Tho Cuiivtaix
prints moro local news more miscella-
ny nnd moro Inches of reading matter
every week than tho pulled up sheet
nt Muskogco nnd If wo thought for an
instant it was not gotten up In hotter
shapo wo would quit the business.
When nn outfit attempting to run a
nowspapor hecomo absorbed In their
own greatness (get "stuck on their
own shape" so to speak) tho days of
their usefulness aro about over liy
the nld of n mirror tho Muskogco folks
can sco such n picture. They wcro
not only mistaken about our not hav-
ing an nccount'oT tho McAllcster ox-
plosion but wcro ovldcntly so well
pleased with our version that thoy
printed It vcr batim.
CoMMCTBU. Ily tho act of President
Cleveland Fred M. Hay William
Meadow-3 and Mnson Ilolcomb three
condemned murderers havo been
saved from tho gallows. Thoy with
two others Phillips and Dixon wcro
to havo been han'ged this week at Fort
Smith. Information of tho commuta-
tion or ocntenco to Imprisonment for
life was iccoivcd by MnJ. Dames chief
doputy marshal last Saturday night
and without dolay communicated to
tho doomed men. "Arrlvlntr nt llm
cell door" B.tya tho Trlbuuo "all tho
prisoners wcio aileop except Phillips
and nay. Mr. Dames called Meadows
who Immediately aroso from his slum-
bers and came to tho Iron grato of his
cell. Tho marshal then said
'Meadows I havo received news from
tho president com muting your senteqeo
to imprisonment for life.' 'For life?'
said Moadows. 'I am glad of UP
Tho prisoner' received tho nows with
great indifference aud appeared less
concerned thau others prcsont. Day
aud Ilolcomb woro also informed of
tho sorao fact and both expressed much
dollght and thanked Mr. JJurues for his
kindness In Imparting tho nows boforo
morning. Day said: 'It was impossi-
ble for mo to sloop but I can now go to
sleop with llttio trouble.' While tho
conversation was going on Phllllps.tho
fourth mombor of tho uufortuuato
gang rollod about In his bod nnd scorned
Yory nervous and auxlouu to havo his
namo called next whllo Dixon tha last
of the-triug und tho negro was asleep
nun rcswnii Us u no wcrq roauy 'nap-
py nnd hi tho hands of tho Lord."
Phillips aud Dixon will bo hanged to-
morrow unless President Clovpland
shows them tho same clomoncy. 'Hay
and Meadowa are tho partlos who killed
old Fin MbreiB on the Alborty
ptace fust summer wfclle If wo ro
member correctly ltejtoaib km con-
vlctod pt nturdor coiuiwHUhI da tho
Oktelaw nation. Iu Me cam soma
doubt exitHed a to guilt but m to
the otboM there wen uouo whatever.
Meadow to hut buy wfclift Hdy
"i yvv;v j " mnvt (lit- ivgfftt IUU1I
r-Onmpbcll II. Taylor arrived hoio
last Sunday from Washington
Thn pencil crop J$srfar uninjured
by frost and )iromlses to benbundnnt.
Lewis A. Loss of Pntk 'Hill died
of pneumonia at this placo InstiSunday
MnJ. Joel M. Dryan was In out town
a fow days slnco. Ho is looking fresh
and hearty and Is moro hopeful than
ever of tho success of tho old settlers'
Chief Dushyhead last week paid
)oung Lindseyson of Dr. Lludaoy tho
o00 revrnrd ollcrcd for Thomas arillln
who killed J. D. Drowcr in Canadian
Isaac Wolf tho convict who re-
cently escaped voluntarily returned to
prison having had ho says "a big
cprce" and Is now satisfied to sorve out
Thero was Inst week n salo of town
lots by Commissioners vMcCracken
Trott and Drow. Although not drawing
a largrj crowd tho bidding was active
and rapid with prices ranging unusually
John French an adopted whllo
citizen whllo passing along tho road In
the north end of town ono day last
week was shot lrom behind iu tho left
arm. Tho ball shattered tho bono and
necessitated amputation which was
performed by Dr. J. A. Thonfpson. o
nrrcsts havo been mado.
Tho Dapllst church was visited last
Sabbath by two officers of tho Homo
Missionary society Dov. Drs Cooper
and Hayo. Miss Lienor Doudinot was
baptized tho samo day nnd received
into tho church at this placo. Sho
makes tho fifth member or that family
who has joined that denomination
within tho past year.
April 13 18a5. Gin.
Tho issuo iu tho recent city election
nt Neosho according to tho Miner nnd
Mechanic was "hog oufand "hog in."
Oit.ua House. Friday evening only.
Prof. Doulon's Concert and Comedy
company. Carthago and Pierce City
papers speak well of this company
their music being of a high order. To
lovers of good music this will un-
doubtedly bo n grand treat. Deserved
seats only GO cents.
DoiiBEn.- -Jacob Wlnborgor who has
charge of tho railroad water tank at
White Oak just below hero was rob-
bed on Wednesday evening of last
week. Whllo coming up from tho
spring two tramps hold him up'with a
pistol and taking the key to bis house
" went through It" thoroughly. 'Three
dollars only was found. On leaving
they took a shotgun and told Jacob ho
would find it across tho bridge w hero
thoy left It.
A Pleasant Affair. Tho young
gentlemen nnd ladles should bo sure
and enjoy tho social .entertainment of
tho Ladles' Missionary 'Bocioty on
Saturday night. Thoy will havo au
excellent musical entertainment
with sougs both grave nnd gay and
somo fine instrumental music. The
entertainment will closo with n festi-
val at which mny bo expected tho first
strawberries of the season If Texas can
furnish them nnd all tho nlco things
tho ladles of Vinlta knv.w how to pro-
parc. Tho purposo is to raise funds
for public charitv nnd to glvo a
thoroughly pleasant thqo to those
tui irnnn cmuta.
The Spanlih earallcr at underneath a tree
And on hi guitar played a tune here)
The mule wai eweet the word were com-
plete "Mind what I ay and be true dear. "
Cnonra: "Say darling ay when I am far
Sometime you may think of me deart
Ilrlght aunny day will toon pa away
Allndnhat Iasyandbetrue dear."
I am going to the war to the war I mut go
To fight for my country and you dear;
And Jf I thould fall my bleating I'd recall
Upon my dear country and yoa dear. Cho.
And when the war! o'er back I will return
Hack to ray country and you deari
And If I am tlaln you may learch fur me In
Upon the battle-Held you'll find me dear.
Skatiso Dink. Tho skating rink has
been closed up for tho summer and
our young folks will havo to look else-
where for sport. Wo havo left just ono
and If tho dear pcoplo will forgive tho
Ciiiettaik for "springing" It on them
this time we solemnly promlso that it
sha.ll bo tho last. This is it:
Mother may I go down to iLatet
Ye my darling Jnllat
lint don't you try the figure e
For It will turely fool you.
Jutt at you make the lightning whirl
To how your aprtngy mutcle
The boy will tee a foolUh girl
81clgh-rldlng on her buttle
Stock Items. D. 8. Warren living a
few miles below town took flvp head of
Jacks to Sprlnglicld receutly and for
thrcosold received 91800. This looks
llfco a surprising amount of money for
three animals but tbo most rcmarka
bio part la that ono Bold for $1000
From this it will bo scjjn that tho Ter-
ritory has somo stock which any com-
munity might bo proud of. Mr. "War-
rer. has-still sovoral head of theso ani-
mals including Hercules tho sire
which was onco recognized as tho
choicest in Kentucky. liaising mules
is a far moro profitable Industry than
most pcoplo supposo aud ono particu-
larly adapted to this country.... Small
hunches of stock cattlo areforsaloat
prices tiomewhat less than last fall.
Tho causes for tho chungo aro' pre
sumed to bo tho cxtrcmo shortness of
ready qash on top of tho hard winter
aud comparatively low prlco of beef on
tho eastern market. Ono seller has n
bunch for which ho will talto less than
what ho was asking last full nnd ho
has over thirty head of calves already
dropped. Native cows cannot bo sold
for much over ?20 unless they aro
about to calvo and yearlings nbout ?I0
to $12. Two-year-olds about f20. Ono
lot that is for sale is held abovo tho
usual prices but tho bunch has an ox-
tra latjio per cout. ol young heifers.
Somo outsldo parties aro Inquiring
around to sco what can bo dono. Ono
Colorado man was here last weok. Ho
wants to get toiptthor 1000 to 2000 head
todrlvo tu Colorado. ...Jfr.JooIlarrls
visited Qswrto lt Week wnl Inquired
woll Into the eeiUiift priceof Kbtmt
ami nittlejt. thl cm of atoek la k
qttlte Kwd dfwaud and at Ifood uric
hut the fanners want Joug Uee.
Often sates can only be taada at low
prieen. Mr. HwiU took tin a number
of heed eapevllnjj to turn them iitp.
money m iuo V-u.oMha fliarkef in.
Koynoto to Health
Health Is wealth. Wealth means In-
dependence. Tho keynote Is Dr. Do-
snuko's Cough niulLungHynip.tho best
cough syrup In tho world. Cures
coughs colds pains In tho chest
bronchitis and primary consumption.
Ono doso gives relief in every case.
Tnko no other. Prlco 60 cents nnd
$1.00. Samples free. Sold by M Fro-
zco A Co.
A Eoltablo Article
For enterprise push and a deslro fo
get such goods as will glvo tho trado
gists lead nil competitors.' They sell
Dr. llosankn's Cough nnd Lung Syrup
uuiniiec Hie i ne nest medicine on mo
market fur coughs colds croup and
primary consumption. Prlco So cents
und 81.00. Samples free.
Cnro For Piles.
Piles aro frequently preceded by a
sense of woJxht Iu fie back loins and
lower part of tho abdomen causing
the patient to suppose ho has some af-
fection of the kidneys or neighboring
organs. At times svmptoms of fndl-
ttcstlon aro present flatulency uneasi-
ness of tho stomach etc. A moisture
llko perspiration producing a vcrv
disagreeable itching nfter getting warm
Is a common attendant. Wind bleed-
ing Itching piles )icld nt onco to tho
application of Dr. Dosnnko's Pilo item-
eVIy .which nets directly upon the parts
affected absorbing tho tumors allay-
ing the Intense Itching nnd effecting a
permanent cure. Price SO cents. Sold
by M. Frazco & Oo.
C'nr of Corn nt Skinner Brothers'.
Heat Cigars nnd Tobacco in town
nt Frazco & Go's.
S. A. Blucjnckct quotes prices.
Sco h!s hand-bills.
New Goods! Now Goods! this
week at Littlo & Co's.
Try Roman Fovcr Drops n rad-
ical euro for fever and nguo.
Millet will ho sold .'KOlt CASH
strictly. Thompson & HatclifT.
A full lino of Groceries as low
as the lowest aHVtn. Littlo & Co's.
Good Brown Sugar at 20 pounds
for ono dollar. Badgctt & Blake-
ncy. Skinner Brothers nro kent Iiurv
selling Millet. Come before it is
Cnirand sco our largo slock of
Boats nnd Klines TMmWtt Xr
Dry Goods sold for nearly Cost
and for Cash only at Badgctt fc
Skinner Brothers have just re-
ceived two car loads of Big Ger-
Wo will havo a few more Sweet
Potatoes noxt Monday. Thomp-
son & llatclitr.
Groceries chenner at Bluciuckct'n
than anywhere else in Vinita or
Spring Styles in Boots and Shoes
Notions Ilosiery etc. just re-
ceived at Little's.
Buy your Clothing of us and get
coed (roods for littlo innnev.
Badgctt & Blakcncy.
Examine tho nico Gilt Dinner
and Ten Sets with Chamber Sets
at Skinner Brothers'.
Call and get yrjur Millet at
Skinner Brothers'. Millet is
scarco and hard to find.
Wo can now sell Goods lower
than over becatisn wo oll fr
cash. Badgctt & Blakcney's.
Trv Cnrdin.il Linimnnt. nn nnnr.
celled remedy for all pains and
acnes taom dv razee it Co.
Goods of all kinds have been ad
vertised. lint Skinnnr Ttrnllmra
still sell at tho samo old prices.
xiy ivuuiau Vjainnriip llll? llic
great liver regulator blood purifier
etc. For salo by Frazco & Co.
n . n in t?ii .
Skinner Brntlmrs nrn itisl nmv
opening tho finest stock of Queens-
ware over brought to this market.
Tho man who nells fnr CnnVi 5a
tho man who can sell goods the
cheapest. Learn prices at Stcvo
Wo aro still giving moro pounds
of all kinds of Groceries for 81.00
than any houso in town. Tliomp-
son & Bat cliff.
Call nnd examine tho now stock
of Menken's Gilt Queenswaro at
No matter how j'our prescription
reads at tho bend take it to M.
Frazco & Co. A trifle saved on
each is worth while
Ono of tho best assorted stocks
of Boots and Shoos over brought
to Vinita is to bo found at Little's.
Prices defy competition.
Important to Farmers.
Go and sco tho Kyser Rod Break-
ing Plow at Kiffcrfa lunch stand.
J. T Bracket Agent.
Dopot Lunch Stand nnd Bakory.
Best paying business in Vinita
considering capital invested. En-
quiro of Honry Eificrt.
Two Hundred Head of Stock Cattle
. for tale.
Cows Calves ono and two
year old.Helfors. No old ones.
Call on or address L B. Belt.
Our Prescription business is
rapidly increasing but wo nro nro-
pared tq inurcaso our facilities jf
npflcssary yo Uo not chargo fan
cy prices uui amy tua scning prlco
of tha drugs.
W; C Pattok & Co.
W L. Trott tho I.umbor Man
of Vjnita wishes to inform tho
public ' tlint ho has proem od
SllCCial ratoU ivfcr thn illfThrnnt
railroads ad ja thus enabled id
furnish Luutlwr 'lit ef load or
imU low ai low tlppf for cash
Specidl eatej on car Ipiid KU to
any y.nt In the: Uborok"(a miiw
on tho raHnmds.
TuVel a dollar and lialf lit. tho'
AtH. J2. CI-IURctl
Tlraroday e Frldny Eves.
April 16th & 17th
Flrt Appearance In Ylnlln of
In Hrr Own Original
DELIVERED "EH COSTUME"
rj-THE8K ENTEnTAISMF.STS are of that
rliart-VT lilch are alike Inttrnctlre and en-
Itlnlnjr. The npiortmiltjr It nowoffrrnl our
people to apcml an evening pteaaantlr a well
rj-NKMJK A BltOWJf bat trntlmopUta
and rpConimrntlfttlnna' frnm flia tiHtaraita.ut-
of the rattern rltlra nbleli alto tpeak In the
.iar .vim vi utrrrnicnainraenia.
Admlstlon 31" L'ontn.
ciuiarcn 20 tcnju.
j WANTS YOUR HIDES!
Ho Taj the Highest rash I'rlco
fur all Klndi of llldci. Sco him.
I WANTS "YOUR HIDES I
Thl a liniment
should be on linnd
in every household
asit is au excellent
anil prompt reme-
dy for rheumatism
A r h e Neuralgia
Swellings nnd all
other bodily pains
For salo by
Jf. FR.17.EE & CO.
Vinlta. I. T.
Theso nllln will
ho found Ufcful in
all forms oflMliotif
Dyspepsia 8 k i n
Diseases. Count l-
patlon various Ko-
to Purify the Wood
etc. For snlo bv
iniiat 1. r.
Postoffice at Prairio City Ind. Tor.
nrandt on both tlileti
rroii off rlRbt ear and
tauter hair crop In left
Uango nrar I'rtlrle
Postoilico at Vinita Ind. Territory
IToth on left
fl fork. In o a 0 b
Postoilico Locust Grovo Ind. Tcr.
Smooth erop off
rinht eort tpllt
wett or ebon-
Postofllco Vinita Ind. Territory.
crop and tpllt
In left ear nn-
xlne ttjr I n
It a n ch It
rnllea wttt or
Vinlta at the
bead ot l'rror't creek Ilsncn txtwrrn Ptt-
ora and Lightning creeka 3l
PoslofRco Bartlcsvillo Ind. Tor.
Crop and tpllt
In each ear. 'S)
GEORGE "W. OIiARK
Postoflicc Vinita Indian Territory.
Smooth erop In
left ear aplit In
HENRY G. WOOD
Postofllco nt Tahlcqunh Ind. Tor.
. " Ilaneh mil ft trett
aadm or Tahleqnah C.K.uu
bT Ui main rort Qlbton
piont onir to tuii-
yxr rx utFrrua
Post-p'tllce Vinita L T.
WM. llOWELL C
Poaiomce Prairia City UA. Tr.
fvtt varh hip
1.? "f and
lulu4 il; Lk
Tost ofCce Sac and lor InJ. Tcr
. aamd on I1MI1 tide sKifrn oh both (Idea
Varlona ear rnsrla and bid Iirntidt Ilanre
Iowa Itettrratlon Jlor t brand 1 U A on hip
ARTHUJfc DbDaS; ""
Ilanire WolrCreek.xo mllettonth Cortfjtlllt
Post-olllco Uhctopa Kans.
Bmooth crop andundcrlinck in each car
Home brand IK.
Ohorokoo Orphan Asylum.
cronln left car
R. R. TAYLOR.
Post-oflico Vinitn I. T.
Crop oir left
ear and split
"W. T. DAVIS.
P. O. Vinlta I. T.
bln & Duck
G. W. FRANKLIN
Postoflicc at Viliita Ind. Territory.
Two nnderbltt In
left ear and one
in right. Alto
aear on Jaw.
Little Cabin and
on right about-
Adair I. T.
nndctblt In right ear
Ilange On I'nrora
Grand Jtiver Indian Territory.
"W. B. HALSBLL
Post-Offloo Vlaltti. I T.
This brand and mark (crop and un-
derbltoir each ear) kept up on ranch.
Various ear marks and old brands
Horse brand horM-sLoo on loft shoul-
der and neck.
Ran tit on
north 6f TaW
roflt-otliw Vinlta I. T.
X i& T
W II. NOBLKS
Postofllco at Kfffgtofi Kaft&
Hoff) btoa aaaqo.
IVANS HUNTXa WPNaTAlf .
Half llr. ofTatthi tjll bramU.l
nil hn i.i. ami iiii. iwftott ?
OI'trPtNl IMl'i KFtttti
i?o ". Cml u i.miv'
awaal aaaaaaai V JT
aaaeaaaaaaeBH Aa '- " - w
W afMi laT'r
TOW wf. JO!
nf Vvft c vV m u H
b. r vonmnlal .
PosfonkV IhllA IrtU. IV
hJfc ': H't;
fcj..!-. ..T-' T-'T'
ta I. T.
B&oot rrpp in th?
p rlfc the l.-fi
Hanfe Rock crcr 1
i'OBtofflcc Vinlta frid.Telf. .
Horrle cattle br'nd'd 1
I on left aide.
UrSek nln hilleJ I
T. P. TH01
P. O. Vinlta I T:
bin C.tm. aalWl
t W. f. 11ATTT
Pbstomib Vinita I T.
.JlraiiiL hn elthof
filifn T lilt.
Range north fro rd
Postqlfice" Uhoutcan I. T. .
oomu cattle brn'U
V on left aide.
Kar mark Over-
1(iihIp each ear.
Kanpe o- Vtjat'd
Creetr I. T.
Poatofflee OutJltCfi; It T:
of left car.
Range four ntllear
ia. wcai 01 LiieiseK;
PoHtoflicc. Ohctona. KaiiB.
Rani!u oa head-
watorsj (A j. i.lttlf
T. M. OROWJKiLf
ro8tofflco Vinlta Imllaii Tarritory.
tinm waaaett un
Horse braat C H
on left ahottkter.
Range cm Wtaiv-
nee creek II fhilef
J. O. HALL. -Post-office
Vinita I. T.
Underlet la aach
Horse brand samei
on left hi iv
CabiK ad rryor'rf
P. 0. Cooyyah or Chouteau X
Kinci. 6b GfaaA Hirer.
tun rnllea. eat of
u g. yft aRwtir .
Fost-offlcev VIniU'1. T.-
Crop offleft ear nJ o
sjilit la ritht.
Ranoq Oa Jo n i
aortrteaat of VI-
aita I. T. S
"W. H. UASKaK.
Postoffice ViniUt I.T.
Cron off pf
naeUQ Wf CaMa
CreeK aVf ly
J. T. M'SPADDinr
Postoflco at Chelsea Indian Tr.
Clots eeop 0 In imtj
orerbli In rtat. '
1. a. FOREMAN n
PoslflflTcQ (Jowala Ind. Territory
Unilerblt In left nvel
Kanve elht mllW
a. T. 'THOMPSON.
Postofficot Vinita Ind. Ten
V and In aami
ti tit. UIo
mllaM aUMlk Ot
rftllMadir M Hmatt
aaaaVk. ttk.iUa.. - fW
aIB8. JArfat OAPTJJjn
mtorKco ttkiatooar JnaTTer.
IVt. tVt ftStibftalaU
j a- . :. ? .....
nmg9 n Mit
.A fflt W
tri Vrmd4 oa
1-n M una
A (i w catibt
UkMK "1' ( k
um j. ji. im
aaSaB I BaBB
aAaULu .. Hill flaL
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