Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 25, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 4, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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ST. I.OUI8 A SAN FHANC1SCO 1UII.WA T.
Kk. from St. I. to Talis
Through coaih from fit
O J. THOMPSON
VlnlU. - - -
ABaiVK I DrltT.
. . I 4:49pm.
Louie to Tulta.
ThoVlnltabaktryhaiifi now baker.
Tho public BchooL buihTinK is to bo
tho Oiiikftain's "roll
Mr. tiim Hall In now employed at N.
Bklnnor & Go's grocery house
Vlnlta's business Ic good now and will
improvoas tho season mlvnnceB.
John II I'rlco was commissioned last
Saturday as postmaster at Locust
Tho Oherokco (tamo law has gono
IntoolTecland buying has consequently
-V LIVER MOIST
PHYSIO J AN 4 BURGEON.
Oflico oyer Bkinner Bros' grooory
storo Vinita I. T.
VINITA C. N.
Office rooms up stairs in Boulh end
of Bkinner J)ros building. Offico
hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from
J lo G-p. m.
Js-Oflico Rooms on Second Floor
oi tho Opora House
VINITA IND TKR.
T? C UOUDHtOT
Will prctle la the United SUtee tad (tits
jwOffloo Fort Smith Arkanerta.
T V. WYLY
TTIll practice In all tti court In thli 5atlon.
Special attention girt n to Criminal eaa. Z7
P. 0. Address Maysvillo Ark.
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W.
021 p. Ht. If. W. pclfle Building
Wasiiiuqtoh D. O.
..tJ"WIll praetlea before the Supreme Court of
the United Statu Court or Clalmt Supreme
Court of the Illilrlct or Colombia aud will
lata caiet agalntt tba Government.
"Vinita Ind. Ter.
Oily Frst-CLati nne Between Par-
setu and Ilonlion.
Rates S2 Per Day.
A. G. GREENWAY Prop.
Largest Nursery Stock in Ark.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Shrubs. Plants Vines
is3"Pormanont Agont at Vlnlta
I. T..-D. M. Man-B.
Dr. S. J. Thompson has been qnllo 111
n number of days this wook bulls Im-
proving. Jonathan Uoro now lives at tho
llalsall place three nuartors of a Lille
Robinson whosworo that tho 'Mar
Has robbed him of 80 has bcon con-
Rev. Mr. Tucker from Atoka Is at
present occupying the Presbyterian
pulpit at this place
Tho Fort Binlth Times says tho con-
demned prisoners aro about thojolllest
sot In tho United States jail.
Tha Oherokco titrip Livo Btock asso-
ciation mealing has bcon postponed
from tho 12th to tho 23rd Instant.
Up to tho 25th of this month thoro
had been SC9 permits issued in Coowoc-
scoowoe district slnco January 1st.
W. W. Dudley and somo of his asso-
ciates havo decided upon opening a
general wood jobbing shop in this
A private bop was glvon at the opora
houBo last Friday night and all de-
clare they had "tho finest kind of a
It Is confidentially given out that
within a week or so two mighty nlco
young persons residing in this town
will becotno one.
Uran has raised seven cent 8 per hun-
dred pounds and milk has followed suit
and climbed up a nlckol por gallon;
tbjrty cents now.
Tho Btockmcns' meeting was post-
poned to tho first Monday in April. At
that date arrangements for tho round-
up will bo perfected.
Tho reporter and a couplo of chums
wont out duck hunting last Friday. As
amattcrofcourso tho CiincrrAtx man
had to kill tho ducks.
Tho chances aro against a poach crop
this season. Tho warm weather of
December and tho cold of January Is
said to naro brought ruination.
Col. Sumner post commander at
Fort Reno has had a bridgo built over
tho Canadian connecting Cheyenne
and Arapahoo agency with tho post.
Thirty-seven bran now "star" sub
scribers in February. Wo appear to ho
reasonably popular. If "Cousin Dan'!"
was still on earth to abuse us our meas-
ure of happiness would bo overflowing.
W. I) Ulark on old gcntloman who
for twclvo years lias resided at Jim
Hall's has recently bcon very sick. For
nearly a week his recovery seemed
boubtfal hut yesterday morning ho
was somo better.
Burr CoMraOMiBRD. Tho slock yards
along tho lino or tho Mlssonrl Paolfic
in this territory htlvo been taken
charge of by tho company. Tho law
suits which have been ponding lor a
long nmoin roiaiion to tlio samo wcro
compromised last week. There is a
prospect that business at 'ho yards
at this placo may bo revived.
His Bacoxn Visit. "Ono of tho crand
Jurors" says tho Fort Smith Tiroes
recently went Into tlio United Mates
jail for tho second tlmo in his life.
His former entranco was at the end of
two six shooters as a prisoner of war.
Ho was a confederate scout and was
captured on one of his raids and placed
tluro for safb keeping. Ho says tho
pliico 'ooks JuBt as it did In '02."
A niciAMisT. On Tuesday Biul Kcll
United States marshal arrested Charlos
Darling and look him away at onco.
A couple of years or so ago Darling
carao to this country andlnthosummer
or U53I married the widow Schrimsher'a
daughter then a moro school girl nt
Yorcester academy. Darling camo
from Dcntonvlllo Arkansas to this
place but is said to havo left a wifo
somowhoro In northeast Missouri.
Skkdadld). Tom Wicket a jail con-
vlct at Tahlcqnah mado a break for
liberty a fow days ago. Ho "sloped" full
handed having borrowed without his
consent tho horso and saddlo of the
high nherlfl tho hat of an ozecutlvo
secretary tho wifo of anothor darkey
who had borrowed tho saddlo and hat
of a married lady of tho town and on a
horso hor husband borrowed for her of
tho assistant treasurer sailed away
with her gay Lothario In search of
Wii.Mam LiiTt. Tho firm of Wil-
liam Littlo &. Co. has undcrgono a re-
organization within tho past week and
tho "Co." has been discarded. 0. 8.
Shclton lias disposed of his Interest in
tho establishment and is now at leis-
ure Wo trust howovor his tempera-
mont will not permit him to idle away
much valuable time. Walter JJy water
who has bcon In charge of tho books
and finances leaves tho house and wo
beliovo Mr. Hill assumos thoso duties.
Tlio firm enjoys a liberal Bharo of the
trade of this vicinity and thoro seems
to be nothing In tho way ot its contin
left latt rrenlnE for
MajM wunpTneadaj- on a
(r Dr. Tebor will toon Itira far h.r n.v.
home In Texae.
4-Mre. F. W. Ilolllnxerbat been confined to
her room byelckneea
lion. I). VT. Ilaihrbttd wae htro yeitcrdar
enroote for Waililngton.
-E. 1 MoWattr l now night operator at
the Mlneonrl l'acffle !epot.
-lllieC II. Myen wai called home to St
Louie lait Saturday brthelllneieof her mother.
Mlnee. Miller Chapman and Conrtner
who attended tbe ball on the Ir-enty-eeeond
all departed Saturday
-Sire W. O. tVllllame' eliter Mlti Hen-
derenn will become a pupil of Worcester at
tbe beginning of the tprlng term.
Kdward CrotebfleldandW II Noblcawere
among tho out-of-town membere who rama
here to attend tba etock meeting latt Monday
Adam Clark trader at Shawneetown wae
hereToeday Aftereomedelaj andennoranea
hit arm hat been glTen an extentlon of atTetal
tnonthtln which toelotenpttt affalri.
Mr.Morlan.wbofora long time hat been
expretimeiiengeronthe rrlieo hae left the
employ of tho Adamt company and returned
to hit home In St. Loud latt Saturday.
-R. C. McClelland repreteatlnga St. Lonlt
homewaa here yeaterday telling a etock of
boott and ahoet to Iladgett A Dlakeney. He
wat formerly a Carthage man and an acquaint-
-Col JametM. Dell wat In from Echo latt
Saturday for the flrtt time In monthe. He It
watehlng the current of public etenta with at
much Interett at arer and we eipect will from
time to time in the future xlre our readera hit
conclutlona on tome patting mattere ae they
may arise. The gontleman'a well known
ability will tecure for bit xlewi tbe reipeet
of all bit acquaintance!.
Illne Klder of Tryor creek wae In latt
Saturday The Ciiixxtaix ha taya eultt him
to well ha wlthed wa could get out two ltiuet
week. Ifereryone of the CiiiirrAiifi' ad-
mlrtri and frlenda would attltt In tecurlng
nubtcrlberi and butlneil It would not be long
until wa could get out another Ittue or make
the pretent one twice at Interesting. There It
no limit to tho excellence whleh may be at-
tained by a newipaperSlf the financial meant
are at hand.
Something About Business!
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TOWN8HND ft PIOKJrTT
Post-offleo Sac and Fox Ind. Tor.
W. C. Patton & Company
"WISI-I IT PLA-INTiTT TJISnDERSTOOID
TPIA.T TEEETT HAVE
MWA MLU I miNU
Than another firms in VinitaS Combined
Ilaving no personal use for it thVj aro tfetormlned lliat if- - - - J
Chief Dushyhcad wass ummoncd
by J. W. Smith deputy United
States marshal at this place to bo
in Washington City on tho 10th
inst. When will thistroublo end should
be the exclamation.
Dr. Harwood for a week past has
been conducting a very successful
aeries of meetings at tho Congrega-
tional church. A number of conver-
sions are reported and a great deal of
interest is manifested.
JOHN D. SAF.IttS & SON
Vinita I. T.
TTaf 9-2akin(r and Repairing Done In
nORSESIIOEJNO A SPECIALTY
Shop Juit aattof Mo. Paolflo track.
II. JI. EDMONDSON
Watera-Plorco Oil Company
or bt. Louis 110.
latlttt attention of retail deaUrt to the Sgurea
at 11 preparer to giro on
Coal Oil nil Grades;
Painters' Oils nil Kinds;
All Lubricating Oils.
A waraborie bat been erected here and the
kaitnettwlll be conducted on butlnett princi-
11. II. EDMONDSON
Frisco Hotel Vinita I.T.
Wo aro determined Hi at all
of our last year's accounts
shall bo closed up and that at
once. 1 tits is imperative uau
and settle in somo manner
oven though it bo by note.
W. C. PATTON & CO.
Tb nrjTnHej' Gtrmn u
ImumI Sfureit ud Befit.
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3.0OO IUmUUone a
whou i-ieiara uiiery.
Q ITEM WboIeMla lrlea
ilrf4 o muwauri on all Rood Air
peraonval or flunlly uae. Telia liow to
ante r ul cjItc exmet ooei of rerr-
Uilna; ran nee drink wear or
tuT fan wltlu Tbeae IITVAI.VA1ILI:
HOOKS contain Information tlwud
front lha markaU of laa world. We
wilt mall a copy FKBB to any ao
drMe upon treelpi of 10 cte. to defray
xiwnao of inalllua;. 11 u baex froua
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
SIT d Mia Wasaala Avenae CUeai IB.
You are allowed a Ave trfal afMHw ftiyt of tba
ne of l)t. Ura'e llelalirtMVolia(a 1WII wlin
Klectrlo lHUeii(orT ppll"e. for tbo ppenlr
tll'f and iwrmaneiil cure uf brmDttiiHiitm4
nt YUalUv and Atonfekxf and all Llndrad IrouUc.
Auo frrrnanriHbvr du.aM. Complete natorm.
jtljif.iw llnnhnojil'riiareoler'! .
Ifnri in llanalih
It MAT? "'ff'm
1 mt9tj&tB Sni
Froapccts for tho baby show in con
nectlon with tho next annual fair
aro stilt favorahlo. If tho competitors
will do their aharo tbo Chiiitain will
bco that tho premium Bare not wanting.
Uivo tho babies a chance.
A two-yoar-old red and wblto heifer
branded wlfii parallel bars marked
smooth crop olTriglit and slit and under
bit in left car has been running with
abunch cattlo near town. By paying
for this notice owner can learn partic-
ulars. During tho past week J. Q. Tnfts
United Slates commissioner lias ex-
amined and committed William Lynch
aharged with assault and Lcaticheo
Mobo Manley and Noah Mliley charged
with introducing. James Martiu lar-
ceny was discharged.
"Doc" Arnold after a sojourn of a
couple of years or so iu tho houso of
correction' returned to this place
Tuesday. As ho showed a disposition
to bo hostile tho agent dircctod his
immedtato expulsion and ho was com
pelled to go ILat noon.
"Billy" Badgott ceased Ills labors at
Green & Clark's last baturday. Fred
Walker who for tho experience ho has
had is a "rustler" has been employod.
Tho clerical forco at this establishment
will now consist of Henry Clark and
tho party named. Mr. Green intends
to give the business much rooro of his
attention than heretofore.
TnArriKa Fish. Tho Fort Smith
Times says a party from tho territory
recently brought a big lot of fish to
that town and on being questioned as
to how and whero ho got them ho said
ho Just picked them up. Whon tho
rivor was highest last week ho went to
the mouth of a slough whero tho water
had backed up and throwing a trco
across from ono bank to tho other
drovo stakes In tho bottom of tho
slough thus making a borrlcado cloar
across and whon tho Water receded tho
ObIi could got no further than tho pall-
aado whero they were left to tho
amount of several wagon loadB. Tho
neighbors gathered from all around
and just helped themselves.
A New Kntwibihb.--T1io firm of Bad-
gott A Blakonoy has been rovived and
within ten days will odor to tho public
an entirely now stock of dry goods
gentlemons' furnishing goods boots
shoes hats caps notions etc. Thcso
gontlcmen havo secured tho cast room
of tho Haymond block now occupied
by tho hardware busluoss and by tho
fifteonth thoy liopo to bo opon. A por-
Hon of tlio stock has already been
bought and Mr Uadgutt visits Bt.
Louis this week to coucludo the pur
chasing. -Tlie-boys am fyllof crtjtutj
eUirrr.iM(artlwlth afalf uoasuro of
fmAhmmiM tMje4 niM
ClIKUOCEK PnilONBR OAPTUIIKD.
Tho Springfield Herald of last Friday
said : Tom Ross a CrceK negro who is
charged with horso-atealing from
Henry Starr tho BherlfT at Tahlcqnah
a short tlmo ago was arrested by Unit-
ed States Deputy Marshal Rico Wed-
ncsday night on tho oastbound Frisco
train near Pclrco City. Ross was serv-
ing a prison scntonco of five years at
rahlcquah for robbery and recently
escaped having served over four years.
United States Commissioner Jones has
committed him to Jail to await action
from Tahlequah authorities. Ross'
wife who is a Cherokco accompanied
him to this city. y
Tub Stock Association. Owing to
tho email number of members present
last Monday to attend tho annual moot-
ing of tho Chcrokeo Slockmons' asso-
ciation very littlo business was trans-
acted. At tho suggestion of Judgo
Clark tho president Joseph Hunt was
unanimously chosen vico president
and tho meeting then adjourned to tho
first Monday in April. At that tlmo it
was agreed tho round-up could bo ar-
ranged while now to do so would bo
impossible. The chief purposo in tho
election of Joseph Hunt (beyond the
fact that ho is a good man for tho
place) was to havo an ofllccr always at
hand in cao tho president was absent.
Judgo Foroman the secretary arrived
on tho afternoon train accompanied
by Charley McClellan but tho meet-
ing had previously adjourned. Every
posslblo cllort will bo made to secure a
gcnoral attendanco at the coming
mcotlng April Sth first Monday in
that month in order that definite ac-
tion for tho futuro may bo taken.
Cleani. 1 1 Hast Out. Somo time last
summer v r citizens up on tho Kansas
lino caimod tho arrest of sovoral parties
who had been stealing cattlo. W. II.
Nobles was one of tho principal suffer-
ers as well as ono of tho most activo
prosecutors. His loss from this source
is thought to exceed one hundred head.
Somo of tbo ofTondors taken to Fort
Smith got thrco and fivo year senten-
ces and ono of their numbor tried at
Eureka Greenwood county Kansas
got sovon years. Tills man had taken
several head of cattle belonging to Mr.
Nobles to Hint point (whero they wcro
recovered) and honco tho stato ot Kan-
sas claimed Jurisdiction. Frank Mc-
Kco and James Mooro companions of
the tbiovca sent up last soason are now
under arrest and their preliminary
trials occur next week in Lnbotto coun-
ty. If bound over they will bo turned
over to tho federal authorities at Fort
Smith where a conviction is not so dif
ficult to Bccuro. It is proposed to break
up cattlo stealing in this region at any
Somxwhat SinANOB. Thrco weeks
ago L. W. Bufiington leccivcd a dis-
patch from W. II. Tucker of Indian-
apolis Ind. directing him to send a
team lo Coody's BluO and bring In tho
body of Cyrus Tucker. A metallc caBo
was rent out horo In which the remains
of tho father wcro expressed back to
tho son. The man It appears had been
dead somo littlo tlmo but whon ox-
humed the features wcro perfectly re-
cognizable. Ho camo to this country
a fow months ago married a woman
considerably younger than htrasolf
aim was living ott Charles Armstrong's
placo. Somotlrao h.eforo hisdoathMr.
Tucker waa seen with cjulte a sum of
niouoy but when ho died his wifo de-
clared they wero destitulo and would
not provide a decent suit in which to
bury htm. This circumstance and n
number of others (whether sufficient
to justify or not wo do not know) gave
rlfo to tho opinion that everything Is
not as It should ho. If thoro aro reas-
onable grounds for suspicion wo trust
tho allulr will bo fully and thoroughly
J. J. Atkins Chlof of Police Knox-
vlllo Tonn. writes: "My family and I
aro beneficiaries of your most excellent
medicine Dr. King's Now discovery for
consumption ; having found it to bo all
that you claim Tor it doslro to testily
to Its vlrtuo. My frionds to whom I
have recommended It pralso it at every
Dr King's Now Discovery for Con-
ntirnntlnn la iviinrnnfmfvt tn ... rj...ii
Bmrsji&eror throat' ObeA and'
eiaecaiatas roa rtaariar.
The CniErTAis It reatonably modett but un-
der the pretent elreuraitaneee we hope our
frlendt will pardon na for tblt little burtt of
enthutlatm. Our tubicrlptlon Hit It booming
and there eeemt no help for It. Below we glre
a Hit of namea of partlot who hare paid nt
money on tubicrlptlon during the patt month
S. A. Bluejacket VInltai
-' AM.. ..
S 8. Stephent
C. Vf. A. Lynch "
Aug. I.ubbet '
J. H. Akin
J. M. Qotiett
J. W. McCrary '
Darld M.Barrett "
J. I Hult
ThomatK. Pottell "
D. M. Marrt '
T. Dawton "
Martha A. Hopper '
Donnlt Hlckt '
W. E. Haltcll "
8amuel Cornatier "
A. C. II. Aliens
W V. MIlieT Co.Tf" ; '
J. Ooro cK 4J
J. M. Tborapeon Coodrt BluiT
0. 11. ArmitronrSA"'!'.
W. WrneMRTu1taT;-' . -.
M L Ilalrd
0 W. Poole
.Ten. Cochran "
A. V. Edmondton Maytrllle Arkj
J. M. Dural ITalrle Cltyi
J S. Harris Mntkogeet
Powel Kaper Cboutenuf
John Uon Locutt Grorei
John Hunt V llnti
Iter. J P. Thompion Sallnai
A. Llndtcy Enraulai
J. II Bennett llartleiTlllei
L. J Keefcr Uartlotrlltet
P. B. Klnnlton Chetopa Kai
Hugh Campbell "
J. Jl. Harlln South wet Cltyi
J. Y. Clelland. Birmingham Ind
K. E. Adair El Cajon. Cal
C II. Hedglen White Oak Mlebf
Frank Baxter Elgin Hl
ITl Keyt Wauhellau I Tt
Herbert Kneeland Slloam Sprtngt Ark
Mitt Mary teoiler Cincinnati Ark
11 K.BuUlen& Co. Chicago IU
Humphrey Medicine Co.. N. Y
J. E. Uuckman Atalltta lat
tV. V. Dunn Conaianga Tenni
J M. Jonet Henrietta Tex
Henry Hayden. Alluwei
W. T. Pane
Namea marked thus are new to our booka
or bare not taken the paper of lato ycare. Tho
Hat comprliet flny-elgbt namet thirty aeren
of which are Kiw anucrunxM. Tblt la bona
Ada In erer particular (no one week aubtcrlp-
tlont) and we cordially Utile any doubting
onea to call and examine our booka. We feel
proud and we don't care who knowa It.
i ciao to tu rrauo
I hare retired from tbe arm of William Little
A Co. and having been reatonably ancceiiful
I deem It not Improper for me to thnt publicly
exprett my gratitude thereat Mr treatment
hat been unlrertally courteout and I hope no
man can truthfully aay I hare erer acted
otherwite toward him. My beat wltuee are
with the new firm and I be'tpeak for Itt mem-
ber the contldcratlon heretofore itiown.
Temput fuglt. "
Three more weekt thli ttrm . .
Worcctter wat beaten Iu tbe debate with
Plcaiant Hill literary.
Latt Friday afternoon wat monthly rhtt-
orlcalt. Quite a number of rltlton were pree-
ent. Theexercltet were enllrcd by aomo very
excellent rnutle and I)r Harwood made an
addreat at tho cloie that Interrtted all.
The board of trntteet held a anectal meet.
Ing In the principals ofilce Saturday anernoon.
It wat voted nnanlmoutly that the pretent
teaching force It Inadequate and that the
Home millenary Society be aiked to Increate
tne (acuity by lue appointment of Mr. I. M.
Dyer for the coming year. Tho atandtng com-
mlttea waa completed by the election of Dr. B
F Fortner a member of the executive com-
mittee I ii. Bell of teaehen' eommtttco and
A. C. Haymond of property committee
tuc Knooi itiCHia.
Bro. McCrary handed na the following letter
with tho requeit that It be publlihed:
Khoxt Couxcx Oxroao CU. . Feb. 11 lsse.
DiiH lluo 'McCaauT- It It with great pleat-
ur that I announce my itife arrival at tblt
place yetterday evening Handed la Atlanta
early Monday morning atayed with lira.
Htrophlll until evening then came out her.
Thla morning I went out and viewed the tur-
raundlng. I am Jutt delighted with the placa
and people. I have not yet met T)r. Hopklnt
he being away on builneet but I bava teen
teveral or tho other officer of the college and
everything eeeiua very favorable I found Col.
Hemphill In every Toipect a gentleman! took
breakfatt and dinner with him yetterday. I
found "Mack" well and doing well. Ha wai
glad to tee me aud I think we will get to room
together I am rooming with Mm at preeent.
I have not yet been examined but I think I
will he able to go In Hack' date in everything
moit without It la Oreek. and probablr ahead
pfhlm In tome other ttqdlea What I am be-
ninoinureexiranmaxeunnext aummer va-
cation The wonder that I have aeen line I
left lulta are Jntt beyond detcrlptlon and I
bop tvhall never regret the day I Uft I have
fuundevcrythlnrjutta you told me and If
any itllltrcnce a little better I did not have
any trouble- In the loeil In making every con-
nection on the road It la warm and pleant
hero and I thli morning put ou a aummer anlt
-turning more at preteuti will
Hill A WAnl tit AttnnS.B.Min...
" " " --. ..M.M.
Will proTe an incentiro it shall "go a-flying I "
Our Large Dry Goods Stock
Is more than up to its usual standard.
In Ladies' Dress Goods we can offer
a very extensive line to choose from.
OTTIR JDTVXJG- ECOTJSE
Is vf list it always has been far ahead of all competitors In
We are also occupying a Leading
Place in the Baniks I "
Butato our bareains in
and'Caiis wo call
particular attention. Hespcctfully
same on hnlh .til. . n ... .m..
Varlon ear marka and old brandt Itanga
Iowa tteiervatlon Horte brand I O A on hip
' JOHN" WHIStEbK.
roslofUce Sac JiFgx Agency I. T.
Crop utt right ear and
crop and tinder half
crop oa left . Itange on
Sao and Fox roierva-
tlon. Cattle of thli
brand are aold only for
PostoiTicpVinita Iti Teri
W. O. PATTON St CO.
lOBi-omco vinita i r.
firaooth crop in staf
Horses branded Mf
samo on th left
Range Kock ntktk.
oeoroe vr. arjAnrc.
Po8tofRcc Vinita Indian Territory.
ra left ear tpllt In
Postoffico Locust Grove Ind. Tcr.
Smooth crop off
right ear tpllt
weit of Chou-
Ohorokoo Orphnrr Asylum.
and nndorbl I
8. H. MAYES
Postofllco Salina Indian Territory.
and under bit
In one ear and
over tlope In
tle banded g
and notch on
note Bmh of
eowa' tall cnt
otr Itange on
S. T. FOREMAN.
Postoflico Oowala Indian Territory
apply to everything wo keep.
Clothing Rodli7Shoes Hats
c3 oo. v jLjNria?uSa..
ALL KINDS OF SUPERIOR FARMING IMPLEMENTS
HJHHi$ ItiHiBBBBBni aaaaJaaaaaaVaVSSr "
I KtB aaEaaaaaaaM aaalPIaaaK
r Er ff uCfiBlP -
DEVOUR. Q A.XiJEH 33"3T
W. W". MILLER & CO.
iioru. mm i
write uealn loon
mm ion would nevcrra
Ten taoaeaant tUaai tat
A. A. ENGART & CO.
Ato tho Firo Insuranco Agents for the
Indian Territory and represent
a largo line of rcllablo
Old and Fire Tested!
During the pait four yean they have paid fur
thirteen dlOirent fire in the Indian Terri
tory amounting to over 140000
Among tbote benefited art Capt F n. Sev-
en. Mra. Stroekey Farmer it McQnarie of
Mutkogeei F. M Fox. J N Allen aud Wm
II Alnawortu tddoillobt. Blaekitone Web-
ber Fallai Worcetter Academy of Vinita and
many othera In the five aatlont.
Writo our oWco at Muskogeo through
which all HONEST losses aro
promptly adjusted and paid. 0
JOHN R. PRICE.
P. 0. Cooyyah or Chouteau I.T.
Mark under ilope one
ear over tlop
lunch on Qrand Hirer
Uu mile eat of
Pryort creek twitch.
G. W. FRANKLIN1
Postoflico at Vinita Ind. Territory
Two underbill In
ail ear ntl viae
In right Alto
I-lttle Cabin And
J. C. MoSPADDEN.
Postoffico Chclsen Ind. Ter.
off right ear
and epllt In
of A. Al'.U
Postoflico at Alluwo Indian Tcr.
y Crop and un-
ft dr half crop
in ii.cn ear.
luwe. Sold only for
Postoffico Uartlesvillo Ind.
Cron and anflt
la each ear. -SO
VT. n. Nwr.iwq
Postoffico Vinita IndiauTorritory.
Ifanet ma T7taV ...
pnu mlletiouth of
Old brand New brand.
Preient mark Under ilopn and over bit In
each ear Itange on I.lno creek throe mllea
north of Oowala n
Postoffico Vinita Ind. Territory.
crop and tpllt
tlno tag la
milee weit of
Vlnlta at the
head of Pryor'e creek Bang between Try-
ail Uxhtnlng oreeke Jl
W. E. HALSELL
Post-office Vinita I.
This brand and mart: (crop and nn-
dorblt ou each ear) kept up on ranch.
Various car marks and old brands.
Horse brand horso-snoo on left shoul-
der and neck.
north of Tula
M. "W. COUCH.
Postoffice Chelsea I. T.
ers' trop on
fe right' a r
V5r4jf3AaaaaaaaBBaak. "! awal-
KaHjfaB9aBaBa9f!V9ft low r'k
I'ost-omce Vinita I. T.
digro'alS ro. west
Wo Jiavo in atoi
voioiwa oi a. ll h
nil f aaiVl'-'riaSaT-aa M
Postoflico Prairio City Ind. Tcr.
ion each tide
ou each hip
rostoffico Clareraore Ind. Tcr.
0 On ten
Mil Sjtal Salop in tbe
S35tfllS. ?rZSSM w Range on
iWrSrMEjiu'. JL IE3KM na
i ueiuuiuu oi ivingston. jrvniai
n n a d hrm
in eaen ear.
J. O. HOGAN
Postoffico Adair I. T.
nnderblt In right ear;
Range On Pryat
k J. A. THOMPSON
PostoiTice Vinita Indian Torrilory
jiange ai neaa ia'
br of Pawpaw eight
mile from Vinltg.
Ilrandtd on bint half
Top right and aptltla
Postoffico at Prairio City Ind. Ton
Bra u on both aldeef
crop o. right ear aad
Raags hear rralrl
V 0 on loft sidu. .
Ear mark Ove
ilCPO tn each ear.
Kongo on rnror'a
FRANK. BILr.TMrHT.B A
Postoflico at Vinita Ind. Territory
Both nn Imti
fork la aoH
lunch on White Oak
J. O. HALL
roat-offico Vinita I. T
underbit in eaeh
Jlorso brand sxuner
Oabl jut W'b1 -
W Pf i
VM. LTTLS Na1
rostoliico Vinita Ind Ter1 i .
Ear mark crop off left
nmi crop ami aader
COMANCHE LAND & OATTIiB C7
Evansvillo Kan. and National
ibtoctc Yards Illinois
Half breed eat-
'" I branded
id and hip.
on the near
ou ear-mark ;ilange Oimaache county pool
O. VT. OREEN
Post-offleo. Vinita I. T1.
split in right.
Range On Joaat
northeast of Yi
nlta I.T. W
VvT. H. MARKER.
Postoffice. Vinita I.T.
Crop off of left tit
nuder half crop La rlgst
Kauge On Big CaaM
J. T. M'SPADDEN
Postoflco at Chelsea. Indian Ten
Cloie crop off left rl
overblt In right.
Jiang six roilW
J. A. FOREMAN
Postoffico Oowala Ind. Territory
uuuazun la 111 ar
ovarblt In th right.
Hang eight mil
Q. T. THOMPSON.
Postoffico Vinita Ind. Ter.
and la ml
ed br Alllaon I
or crk 10
railroad H M Hurt
O. M. McOlnllnn.
Postoffico Oowala I. T.
a. rw eow
ar branded oa
len ld thut'
A fw rattle
on left el
"- -If I
Ranch on Caney
a. H. LBWIS
Postoffico CJioutcau Indian t r.
un nip or tin. JUf
caret alio epftt mi
under bit la ilakt. &.J
lar hit in left Sotaf
branded L. King at
moott uf Pryor araek.
it and we aid nt
HBNRY O. WOOD
Postoflico at Taliloiiuali Ind
of lADUqaa) a lha
Sell Mil- to
J"fP w InpJP
ULUir HMd KM kl
r&L-rCk - V
tWUnesaW W a
I nnM wr nnt .
" ..' wuw nm
akowa me Tell n
lm34IA.-V' - 1 f
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