Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 21, 1886 Page: 3 of 4

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IMeMfured at this placet
See end fbiacencr ' without a bo
tot and In need of onl ;
Ice skating has (been Indulged to
aotne extent within fSwoek.
Patent folding cot fcJr mI Enquire
at W.W. Miller ACofls.
Home of the Fort Biaalth papers aro
endeaTorlng to purify tuo "aocloty" of
tht town. "
Call find aiarnVno oar line of fancy
colored bill heada-ihTery nleo Indeed.
Pei rait blanks b(Urt in book form
with atub kept in tnocfc at this ofllco.
Tbo city parks ha.te been levied up-
on yesterday to tatlaVy the Tlttlo judg-
ment. Bob ntakeney bad k fine a lot of game
eprcad out tail Mondays evening as we
rereaw. . T
Oeorgo WingQeld wWo resided below
kre on Cabin died aotme days ulnco of
jmwmonla. J
A parly was glron at) Mrs. Honry Elf-
Anl'a on tbe 13th in lienor of Mr. U. O
JMUer. of Tablequah.
The union rollglous! moetlngs begun
the first of tbo year if loied tho latter
part of last week.
There aro 601 pupils') at tbo Indian
school at Carlisle reiimylranla rep-
resenting thlrty-slx trljbes.
Th thortnometer reifi-Veted 13 below
ero during the cold spWl of last week.
Further west 18 degree! below report-
ed i
nocarof a frelgli
which contained stock
the first switch north)
Hon. I
t train ono of
wore recked at
of Gibson eta-
Bend 25 cents to this oce for a
pamphlet giving many of the Cherokee
UadltioDS entitled "Oherokoe Antiqul-
Hm." f
Teunmy Knight who lost a leg by the
ears some weeks ago is tble to sit up in
bed and is doing as wMl as might be
expected.
The adrertlscmentof qren A Ola-v
appears In this issue itead it over'
and recollect tbo firm when in search
o( bargains.
A brother of L. A. Byrd wm arrested
at Chelsea ono day last week and taken
tt Ttatt. On .rhat charge on inform-
imievuiuuut r. t j
' ilhorehlof suffoiicg to:etsirbTYeton
otYbee4d weather hajfoen scarcity of
water and difficult Ja keeping tbo
'rtat-rrea5C'1
' ' Or Bifei iU-ttl-owttfro-r; fsLurse
' wetfto- iot eaiaing tutt gentlo--tibb
semt in.DtiTenitnce- in RelUug
around for a days.
The misr attempted tbe feat of
opening a powder keg with a match the
other night at Ualentiuo's store woke
up a full grown surprise party and no
mistake
The Ladles' aocloty of thu Congrega-
llcna! cburoh will hold a social Tues-
day evening nert at Mrs. Bagby's. Be-
freebmenta wilt be served. Everybody
Is Invited.
We have 'w etoek a f4 thousand en-
vejjejpes of a Itght grade suitable for
hotel use whfeh will bo closed out
printed or rot tt very low prices. Ask
for figures.
McFaddM'e Boston Double Uncle
Tool's CaWa company vrit give ex-
blMtlou at H. .feHK house) to wurrow
night H(i ft on sal .'X. Kiaiee'a
drug store-
A company has beeu formed to ope-
rate a statm fury between Tort 8wlth
and this nalKu TheSebastlan county
court has ktu .sked( for a license for
that parp we.
A uieab r I locomotive kept a freight
train atan4itg on theMloaouri Paclfli
traek for a number if hours last Bun-
day rjornjaic rod until relief came
from rar&.
The hoi number of Vick's Floral
Guide Is a Uauty and no mistake. It
Is sent free to customers and for ten
touts tot'l ho address Jaraes VleV.
RochMtr New York.
ItMd In .n issue the "special no-
tlt" of YV . C. Patton S Co. Their re-
quirements are teasouablo and should
be acceded to without delay by the
parties the have accommodated.
To fill the vacaucy caused by tte
death of Clark doing rinake senator of
Bail district Young Deer of tbe
national prty. and Jackson Downing
of tbe DermLag )arty are as rumor-
ed euhditlatee.
Kueston Stoith brought in a number
of geological filinens a few days ago.
Tbe eollbcvtem embraaed a specimen
from down ou the Hali.saw which is
tMtrlypn"ltajJ. A day coming when
.Uu minora) industries of this nation
will be of Botntllng Importance
Judge 8ut dispatcher two culprits
to tlie nUoua! prisn last week.
Or. Colbora for barnlnt the pralriegot
thirty daya w. Nod IlAmmol for hog
euallsg wiu servo a jeis's time. Tbo
docket is av larye that an extra session
af eourt will probably bn held within a
short time.
Jo tho matter of the 0m Moore es-
1ato an air ' was takJn (nm the do-
ctsion of t' sant to the secretary of
me intan) 'ere me -former's decis-
ion was r rsed. Tlily Rvc( the de.
eeaned's fn inrrrjono-hai'. t0 Almeda
Taylor and one fourth eachS. .NeUon
nud Mlcbitel H'ro.
fhlnui 10' peddler named Rack
mis ar?- ;d one day last week
I iHaUU forbflnirdrtinV- and
ii
peace. Oa fiatnrdav
. drov. to t.nJ. ..
elMlOrVirtaavertbDav
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Chit I'ooU and Will Strancs raid Vlnlla
a Tlilt Aandiy.
Mr. r.ttljohn a Certh mrohnt wai
hr Tncidi.
A J. HteVof flentoatllle Aaksntti
In th 1117 Tneidky en hit way horn from
weiUrn Knt.
O. O Boiler Ki. of Tahteqaah wm In
tb city a nnmbtr of dr Ut wtit and dating
hli itajr called on the Cnutrri
Agent Owtn w In town Utt Kondajr
Like the wind h goeih where be lltletb bnt
the eonnd of hit bottneii we hetrd not.
-Jndge Watt Btirr called dnrlnf hit official
rlilt to thie plaoo last week and renewed hie
allegiance to tbe orer popnlir people!' paper
J 7. Moore general agent for the "Per-
sonal Hemolre of V 8. Ortnt" was here
Tnttdty on bit way tonth In the Interest of hit
book
-Mitt Xmna Wilton ten for ber homo In
Carthage Bonder to tbe regret of ber frlendt In
Vlnlts rneny of whom aeeompsnltd ber to the
train
Oeorge Heraddrn ahead of tbe Unele
Tom's Csbln company was a caller last Mon-
day. Uo to the opera honse to-morrow night
and see his show.
T J Mcbbee clerk of the Delaware dis-
trict was orer thle week and before tearing
ordered cf the Cntimix a supply of blanks
printed forma In hit office. A book of one
hundred blank pcrralto which weketp Inctoek
were on the Hit.
I.kml Lorn. Lottors of administra-
tion Issued by tho former district Jndgo
to Mr. YY. O. Patton of this placo up-
on tbe citato of 8. J. and Susan Itogors
were revoked by tho presont district
judge Mr. Btarr last Saturday. Tho
hoirsof said estate it appoars lodged
a complaint boforo Judgo Btarr that
Mr. Patton was not a legal administra-
tor or that his appolnlmont as such
was irregular or that it was not by
their consent that ho was so appoln tod.
Tho court ruled lot the circumstances
bo what they may Mr. Fatton out of
tho premises.
A IIuinkd Town. A suit haf been
begun in tho Fort Smith court by
Georgo II. Rudy against the Frisco
railway company for breach of con-
tract. For a consideration it Is alleg-
ed a station was built on plaintiffs
land twelve miles from Marysville and
tbo company agreed not to establish
another nearer than that point. A
thriving littlo town sprang up when
another dopot was bullt'three and one-
half miles distant and the agent and
operator moved. Number two soon
laid "Rudy" in tho shade and its pro-
jector acks redress.
.Tih.Pabt YiAn. With the beginning
oTjtbo year 1885 W O Patton Sc Oo.r
uPjroprictpra oflho largest mercantile
establishment in 'this nation closed
down on the credit 'system. A glance
through tbo past twelve" months baa
been highly gratifying. Tho Hues were
not draw as close as might bavo boon
ptoT as close Mr. Patton assures us as
tbey will bo hereafter. II o considers
a point !n the; business career oMiM
firm bat beea reacbedjthrc tbc.r can
rar"ao-topiportUHltl for rreeHt
ana 1 rant oy k. ai inoy uo hoi man
as nuwy sales tho goods will be on UtV
sht'lves and that such a state of affairs
is mt ch more satisfactory than to have
a Ion.; Hat of accounts. They have got
tho buildings and the goods and com
petition has no terrors. Mr. Patton
when tbe season opens will not con-
lino himself to tbo storo but intends
getting around over tho country and
looking aftor his ftock farming und
other matters.
Tiibib and a Half akd Costs. This
was the awfal penalty alUxed by his
honor Mayor Trott last Monday morn-
ing on two of our worthy towns-people
Jack Blevlni and Mrs. OfloWa. Jack
had uuthotrghtedjy picked up a piece
of board and converted tt into fira.wnod.
Mr. Unoldj sseatlnrf him in Rnmm'a
wvm shoplna moralngiB Mi4?Uy and six monitor bldhoundB
atse ted ownership to aevdboinlaaV Hh tbo Boston DoubIa. Uncle
cmlered its rMtoratinn n el. .l Tnm Cabin
wfinifi tttlrAn. jnrrlniUtMlittni.. I.
belonged to Balentino and tf tho velom
an wanted It sbo most go aflef
Unkind words and uncompllmeaf
pltbets were pasted when Jack pM
np a wagon spoke and bnt for tt
terferencoof tbe bystanders It lei pre
sumed would have used it for items
purpose beside that originally intend-
ed. Marsbat Knight appeared at tbts
janeturo and with but brief delavNike
parties were arraigned in cewri.
violation oi tbo peace ordlnaace
adjudged to have been commttle4 my
both and both woro assessed bssWe
tbe costs $3X. I
.. i ii ii i y
A Tatar im Tbovm. L "W J KeHlHl
gives the partleli taeli wk4ei
occurred at Adair tM ttsaeaffo; m
well as or tk thlefa ejtr. Mr.
Marks had working at hit bay camp at
the station named a mm oatll-ed Jen-
nings who with his wife AWltke cook-
lnt; and ran tho mess. Oa we SOth of
December tbo pair took thllr depart-
ure for the aouth. WfiltHeouely
Otto Ueckman the hay eeasu feteman
as well as agent Fay ot ilXj Missouri
Pacific missed property irelng a
hundred or so dollars la vWe. Jen-
nings and his wife M afterward ascer-
tained presented for panagel two tick-
ets made out from Adair to 1 Paio and
return. They left the treJalthe first
day at Euraula and on the olforting
which happened to bo "Ohlck' War-
ner's run proceeded on their Journey.
No atop-over check having been isjeued
tbey wero informed that the rate of
tbe company forbid their pas).
Jennings in reply selel aatsif 'had
told bim tbat'he coaM atop aet aay-
where. This lKst Cxeited Mr.
Warnot'c susplcloa aad at the next
station be telcgrapfaed back Vq know if
ay naa maao such a statemSvi to tbe
parties to whom he had sold the El
raeo tickets. The reply was
that no
such tlckots had been sold
When
tbey reached DeU.o. 3;
Was
arrestod vaster t sWttte
R'a
crime to brMc astsa m
'kto le
Mate it kaytacA aiViiaSlib
uncovered vsmkiih
uc bVSIaIau hmA
liAn iini4 nST.1 rA.- .tt . " . "
At tho uro lnieVv uujou. -
ninBn was boaaU 0vor 4 W new It -Bci tll jolly co(
Vtll. It is prbAbl that ha lk.. (EltHh Carolina sla
" . ;" " TToie ae weaj
t0f"'eAproM.ulIoufeviaV
feJCi' .1
waver
'IBe !"' oil
oau tick
Ikdiak CmnrTAifti Perhaps some of yonr
numerous raadtTW maybe Interested In know-
ing that we hare moved away from Vlntta after
a pleasant sojourn of Me rears at that place
and will for the present make onr headquarters
at Tolls.
We find tbe.people here very kind and genial
and a few evenings strioo they gave ns a sur-
prise In the sbjpe of a donation party compos-
ed of many of the good people of tbe place
Onr rooms and alto the roomt occupied by the
leschere In the tame building were Ailed
with this fatppy compsny and our larder was
filled with good thlnge enough to make nur
hearts hsppy for many days.
This Is I think a very bealthr place aetbe
wells are sll free from alkali and the country
dry and rolling.
The Inhabitants are "marrying and giving
In marriage" as tbeyuiJln the days of Noah
before the flood and occasionally we have a
death though the latter are few and far be-
tween. I have bad the pteature of mtrrylng tererat
ptrtles sine my arrival hsrei among them Mr.
Maun of VTealaka to Mitt Utttr Crowel of
TpltsialeoMr Oreott to Hits Madeline Hodge
and I am Invited to be present and officiate at
another wedding next Thursday evening over
the river in the tied Fork country.
The school under the cere of Mrs. Stene-
elpber and Mitt Ida Stephen! It moving on
very nicely and bids fair to become qultepopu-
tar with both the Cberokets and Creeks at
well at with tba Otaget and wbltet.
I ttltl retain my connection with the church
In Vlulta and will continue to do so until an-
other man can be found to take charge of that
work.
Weshsllbegtad to hear from ourfrlendeat
any ttms and will be glad to attlttln furnish-
ing ltsms of news from IhU part of the country.
Yonrs truly. W. P. HAwnrn.
A RcIIablo Article.
For enterprise push and a dcslro to
get such goods as will give the trade
satisfaction M. 1'raieo & Co. tho Drug-
gists leads all competition. They sell
Dr. Ooeanko's Cough and Lung Syrup
becauso it is tho best Medicine on tho
Market for Coughs Colds Croup and
Primary' Consumption. Price CO cts.
and J 1.00. Samples lroo.
Keynote to Health.
Health Is wealth. Wealth means In
dependence. Tho Keynoto is Dr. Bo-
aanko'a U0113I1 ana Lung Syrup tho
best Cough Hyrup in tbe world. Cures
Coughs. Colds Pains In tho Chest
Bronchitis and Primary Consumption.
Uno doso gives roltcf in every case.
Take no other. 1'rlce GO cts. and $1.00.
Bamples frco. Sold by M. Fraxco A Co.
Cure For Files.
Piles aro freqnontly preceded by a
sense of weight in tho back loins and
lower part of tho abdomen causing
tho patient to supposo ho has somo af-
fection of the kidneys or neighboring
organs. At times svmptoms of indl-
sostlon aro present flatulency uneasi-
ness of tho stomach etc. A molsluro
like perspiration producing a very
dlsagreenblo Itching aftor getting warm
is a common attendant lilind blood-
ing lKfrflBg. piles yield at onco to tho
application or Dr. Dosanko's Pile Rem-
edy .which acts directly upon tho parts
affected absorbing tho tumors allay-
ing tbe intense itching and effecting a
permanent euro. Price 80 cents. Sold
by M. Kraaee & Co.
BU8IHE88 LOCALS.
-Nw shoemaker widjiv jobd one;
PJenty'6rAfple8; I'oUtncj Oh-
ions Turnip ncd Krai.itiM Laleii-
tino'e.l Coal r.!ui
We
eoel on hand at Ba-
entina'ri am
will bo delivered to
any part of tbe eity.
N. Skinner A Ce. have jurl re-
ceived a lot of Bsckwhcjc tlour.
Try it.
Good goods and low prices vill
catch tho trade. N. SVinucr & Co.
are proving this every day.
Take your boots and shoes to S.
A. Bluejacket's an.fl have them
repairedoy a pracwral wo.kman.
minSilfl f
2-nt mnnrteA Trinh ' trick. (lonK
Coal!
ruitv
At tho hou-. nf J. Kvint-
12 1-2
cents per bushel
t..wo
your or-
dors at Skinner's store.
We nro receiving ncv goods
every week. We shall keep every-
thing in our line and allow nopno
to mako lower prices. Skinuer fe
Co. tho grocers.
A Shoemaker in' Town.
0. A. Bluejacket has secured tiio
services of a numbor ono shocrnak-
. Ho can bo found at tho grocery
wre. uivo mm a can.
There Is a shooinaker at S. A
heegncket's who is competont to
wake a Dairofbootsorshnea in tlin
laighf st stylo of tho art and guar-
anvee mom to givo sauslaction.
mo linoroxeo aioai Market is
for sale for cash. The trade in
cludes two markets in town and
tho slaughter houso. This busi-
ness is a good and payinK ono and
a hotter investment cannot be
found in the Cherokee nation.
Prescription!.
Our Proscription businosa i
rapidly increasine but wo oro pre
pared to increase our facilities if
necessary. We dp not charge fin-
oy prlcoa but only the soiling price
of tho drugs.
W. C. Pattox & Co.
SPECIAL NOTICE
ye aire determined lhat all
f our last year's accounts
shall be closed up and that at
once this is imperative call
ana settle in some manner
even though it be by nste.
W. C. PATTON ii CO.
A panicular foaturo represented
by tho Great Iloiton Double Undo
Tom's Cabin in this city is tho ten
colored plantation singers. They
are tho Lest in tho country and
will introduco tho creat plantation
.festival and Mississippi steamboat
coon nuartotto anil
slavo singers and
post oi now ana
original novel.
ttatcharautefiatlooftho South bo
i the war.
At-tho opera he
metering About Biiisdneee!
W- If. Patton
wish: it :PL.A.x:isrxry understood
TI-XAT THEY I-IA.VJB
MORE CLOTH NIG
Boots
Slioes
Caps
Etc. Etc.
Than all other firms
Having no personal use for
LOW nICEIS
Will proye an incentive
Oiir Large Biy G-oods Stock
Is more than up to its usual standard.
In Xiadios Dress Goods -wo can offer
a very extensive line to choose from.
OTTIR. 3D:RTTC3- IOTJSE
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Wejjre also occupying -a Leading
Place in fche Kanks f " "-w.
Place in
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i'wiu
OECEJP FOR CJJUpCTJIiB
nppjy to ovcryminE ivo
tjioining 11001s onocs
y particular attention. Kespoctfully
Vit". o. 2PjaLO?a?c3r
Houso to rent or sell enquire of
David Taylor.
Bids Solicited.
. Sauna iK-OTa. Jajt. 111866.
Prnnna.lfi for(HJnrlrin? the
Chir.bie30rntia.n Artvlum vritli
Sour.iwBelTliSrsSidlbeef. will be
reesMvad at SSaUna C. N. February
1 ISM. Tho pork and beef tu bo
corn-fed and delivered in such
quanties as may bo equivalent to a
monthly ration iho Hour and
meal to bo first quality; the first
delivery may be for two month's
supply the second for thrco
month's. 1'aymcnts wilt be made
as supplies aro delivered. In lieu
of pork bids will bo received on
salt pork or bacon which may bo
received after February 15th.
J. F. TnoMrsos eupt.
McFaddcn's Boston Double Un-
do Tom's Cabin is a mammoth
company composed of twenty-fivo
performers ten colored plantation
singers two imported Irish trick
donkeys and six monster blood
hounds. Tho version of the drama
as played by this mammoth com-
pany is new aud novel introduc-
ing many old-timo southom scones
characteristic of tho sunny south
representing the great plantation
jubilee festival tho Miseinslpi
steamboat and leveo scene the
South Carolina iubilce plantation
singers songs dances specialties
and a host ot now and original
Ideas nvr producod by any othor
oorapany. At tho opora houso to-
morrow night.
ST. LOUIB
cr asrazoKT
8TOOK
aT3L3LXS
Tho Only Wholeiale Yards in St.
Louis Accessible by Eall
and Water I
1. Every railroad entering Bt. Louis
is directly tributary to theee yards
2. Texas shippers ato informed that
eonnectlon with these yards from the
Iron Mountain A Southern rallroaO can
be made without cost and with much
less shrinkage than to any other.
3. These yards bavo the peculiar ad-
vantago of being located on the fit.
Louie sldo of the river from which
five hundred thousand people draw
their provision supply
4
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ivory
packing
liar buyi
house in St. Lonis
baa a regular buyer stationed here
Buvora of eattlo. hoes and sheen both
for the UBe market nd eastern ship-
ment a at all times represented.
6. ajsyeemfoK and convenience these
yards heBp superior in tho country.
Two Hants fit aateot cars approach here
liotel teierrph offices and other oon-
octinau on tno promised
cniiflni. rresi.
I1MJ U . "
IKK Sunt
A.MBAY.
Treasurer.
& Company
in Vinita Oombined
it they are determined that if
it shall "go a-flying I '
'
ahead of all competitors In
. .
fclie Banks I"
aecp. cm q wayoargaini
nais ana uapb .rn vtjf
s oo. v jusrxj-3k
JT. O. MoSPADDEN
Postoiiice Cholsea Ind. Ter.
nmooiu mvp
on tight ear
B1 tpiit tn
left ilance
1'rjor'e creek
near croetlnr
or A 41--U.
nn rt A u-nn-nv -
Poatoffico at AHuto Indian Tor.
bivj un eui-
der hair crop
la eteh ear.
. Haace-Al-
la we.
Soldonljrfor
tatpment.
JOSBPH HUNT.
Postouice Vinita Ind. Territory
crap awl split
lalaatearVVs-
uroi iiii
sum taer la
!!
I. AND fc O ATTXjB Oo
rlllo. Kan. and National
Stock Yards Illinois.
Ear mark WfMKSM
llnf la bob. KSiaSlI
Some martej ...
Hair-breed eat- Mljf
tie all braad-d QK
oa Itn a-a-a-aa
side and hip.
Tax as steers all
road -branded
9 on tbe near
lde Varl.
one ear-mtrka llanca- Comanclia tonatypool
gTV. FRANKLIN.
Poatoffico at Vinita Ind. Territory.
iwo nnaarout in
left ear and one
In Mtbt. Alio
tear oa Jew
llanf e betrreen
Utile Cabin and
IIonerrel
rBJCaHi Horse
LflV9sl brand
on rl(bt shoul-
der. TIEUYE Sf OCKIABIET OF ST.L0UI8
IHR ST. I.OT0ISNATIOXAI.
STOCK YAEDS
aUMl at Kaat UC "UxtH m
rXrtotl7crp-MttotlejofaHTuia. BaTM
foralldeeerlptloqotlJve Stock awaaalaae
sP--Vi
fc
Undance and within tat frouad of tka Stook.
Tarda areaBoef OwuloeT Oosttwiuy wtOt a
capacltr foralaecktortna: 1.000 basat of enle)
dally and Pork recking- UtUXJtUkmmM "fplsa
a cpolt fur alauihterf nr; VSW kos-a sMiy.
ISAAC K.vtMl JTOeat
TOWKSKtfO fc KOMTT.
Post-office 8se nd tor Ike!. Ter.
eSSgeT plSsi
I f f ' II
Came on both sides Same on both sldee
various ear marks and old brand. Range
Iowa Reservation Horte brand I O A on hip
JOHN WBISTI.BR
Postoflico Sac & Fox Agency I. T
tWov offrltht ear and
erotr and vndnr hair
rroposr left. Kant;eoa
Sao and Fox reeerva-
non. uaiiir or taie
brand are told only for
thipmtnt. H
ARTHUR DODCtV
ColToyville Kansas
Rente Wolf Creek V) miles eeuth Coffervllle
QB0RQ13 VT. OliARK
Postoflico Vinita Indian Territory.
neoomcrop in
loft ear. split In
rlzhti denlap
Uanfe I.jneU'S
l'ralrle.
EDWARDS ORUTOHFIBLD
Postoflico Locust GroTO Ind. Ter.
f Smooth wop off
f 1 rifUx ri split
Hr1 lr left.
eBtaMBJMB&. Banco 10 anllea
SHSHiSSS9 chen-
fit " "
Oberokee Orphan Asylum.
Mark smooth
cropinieitear
anda nnderbt
llwaVaBaTv lu rKu
LW
S. H. MATES
Pottofiico 8alina Indian Torriory.
Swallow fork
and nnderblt
In one ear and
over slope In
tba other.
Tonne eat'
tie banded 81
and notch on
nose Baehor
cows' tall cnt
off Kanieon
Wolfexeek !
S. T. FOREMAN
Postoflvce Oowala Indian Territory
Old brand
Kew brand
Fresent mark
TTndpT tlone and over Mt la
taeh ear Kango on Bine creek three miles
north of Ooirala. -
J.H.BARTLB3
PoBloffice Uartlcsvillo ltd
Ter.
. w uroi
Crop and split
la etc!
cu
ear 30
W B. HAL3Kl.t.
Post-officef VinlU 1 T
to.
brand and mark (en
on each oar) kept up on raueh.
Yariona ear marks and old branda.
Ilorso brand horse-shoo oo left shoul
der and neck.
Ran oh on
Bird Creek
eight mile
north of Tula
I. T.
M. -W. GOUOH.
Postoflico Cholsea I. T.
t-TB.
mirmrm
JlajjA
SfJaBaSSSSBPaaT -mmr Sistlaf SSHBl """I wel
aSaiSBSBlBmTSBiHSBTsisflBB bB ork
PfBtTaTflaB laVsV fBBBBBIjM aHM ear
1V""C' BeVpaafljH bbbIbbbbSI
iik -S.
urop .on
right ear
ana sttm-
i low fork In
in
NATHANIEI. BKINNFR
Post-offico Vinita. I. T
. under-
i each
.w.v .
ear.
Kango
-On Ver-
dlgra'sia
m. woit
of Ohet-sea.
WM. HOWELL
Tosloffico Prairio City IntU Tw
Also vn..
K!
H ftieWvSi?8SP3 i
PtSBW-aiSaHsalsaiSaiSaiB ZaSaaaaV. 9lK j flL
HKH aTTHBiajtl satifli: Si
'VroSpTo - I
pc4t-orvt8Haii m m c
lkW . A ?"2oofh arel W r
JpBkHsaHaflaA Ieftl W
W. II. NOBLKSXi'l 'ft 11
Poctoffice at Kings4ott ili jL . 3
mmr j!i.ZzhMT A-A J
e)fBBBBBBBBJBBBBJBBa la ear. ; VsSsm -.-''ri
.J. jti . j all
J. O. HOAJt ' ' lySft' J'i
Postoffice Adair I. 7. B a
- Swa41oWjrr 'Hifil m
JtWsap aaderblt In I ck elaSBiPl "
atsesatalaBE nnderslope In 'ellLjsMWrd J
I t Siys ssaKss fleyBeju V -uE
0'. A. THOMPSON "1 WMl '
Postofflte Vinita Indian Tei II
enPjaBaV mllf.- from Vt ittriOfe .Mar.. HI
KZV Branded on. IpIMsbW fsAWk
WtMMMMMM ""P right tu tpmMKkiiiW. um
mBBBBBJBBJIW brand. SjUBmiW M
k "T j' W
"W. Q. NRLMS j '" iMlK IR
Postoflico Vinita Indian Tojrlloyw v
" X" . Kaeho R X eeeasdalS ri
ejafcr SRetn mllet -r"":rjsWtw IE
Kmm Vinita. nHsfiifT 1?
Wm mm i
l.d. flint" m'- btMV I
Postoflico at Prairie City In 1. TSfEIg 1
"N I Brand on bo.t'sMflHBK J
Msjr crop off risht ew ejBgx V i
eSBBastaaatJtiBlsV nnderhalf erailnafRS I
fmmMmMmMmWw lutnfs star naflBPjf K S
IrTT .Ml
1 . . atMmfb la
Fostolfice Chouteau I. "t
aomo cattle
T G on left aide.
a.ar mark UvasK.
slop in each ear.
fl
Kaniro on lfrvs i
ereeki.T.
Mr
FRANK BIIiIirNQBtJaA.
Poeloffico at Vinita Ind. Territ
Both
t-f-eaaYTnlla I Ti "wj
iM
IM
Horse brand
on left biiv
RsriKC lletn
Cabin and I'rys
creexs.
inmi a Tataxma
IT. t-Cioyyah or ChoHtoany XJl
-x
ItVl arnfer'ela
Vi "Ofen-
hiirrttji.ir.
MSSa
Uaaei mLunti
ten miles j
lijars Creei
a. vr. ORiunr
TMt-office. Vinita I. T
tf rnnnsTla-kft a;
split iu fijhtf v
Range Ot Jjstj
ereekei(jh
aortheaat
Bita1.5 '
W. H. MARKTWt
ir
PoStofGco Vinita I2V
Ctob 07
undor half
I ...
' Manfa-O
1
.CM.
0
J. T. at'SPADDBN
V
Ponloffce at Chelsea Indj- it
...V- v.v W Pi
VIWI. H Xt .
ltsnee sU will
of Chelsea
I
J. A. FOREMANj
Postoffice Oowala Ind. Tt
Underblt
orvrblt In Urt
Bene azkt
norrn til
u
O. T. THOKPJsXJXI
Postoffice VinitaIevJ J
Jlfesr bjMiuI.1
and Hi iAii61
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ft
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