Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1887 Page: 3 of 4
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Send to W. L. Sly Ohetopa Kansas for Drugs of all kinds at Bottom prices. Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes etc.
VixiTA Inn. Tr.a. Junk 23 1887.
Local Railroad Tirao Tables.
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-IORTNKR A B.VUIIY
PHYSICIANS & 3URQE0NS
VINITA C. N.
Offlco 1 1' lUymond bnlldlug room 10
A W. 1'OHEMA.N
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
QrOfficc In front room of Skinnor
Ilatcliti & Go's building upstairs.
VINITA IND. TER.
T II. AKIN
Allorney-al'Laio and collector of
OrftcK room 5 Oiteru Houso block.
Vo-Wlll pr&ctlco beforo nil tho courts
of the nation. Particular attcutlou
jrfvea v citizenship case. 015
ST. It BJETJirLL
llencral Inioranre Agent.
Corf cspou dun co Solicited.
Opera Houe J I foci; Vinita I. T.
I) ELI. 4 TAYLOR 52
A TT011NE YS-A T-LA V.
J. M. Hiat. ... Echo I. T.
J. M. Taylor Jit. . Chelsea I. T.
Commissioner of Deeds for tlio slate
of Kamia. Will ncknowledo deeds
unci inner lustriiinuuts mid take depo-
altlons and ulU'lavlts to be used In tlio
atato of Kansas.
Particular attention given to tlio
prosecution of pension and tlio collec-
tion of foreign claims. Also claims
ugalust railroads lor stock killed Ac.
Am In tlio ltc.il Kstato business. Par.
tics IikvIiik farms or town property for
nsIo will plcabo give mo a call.
Ullleu in Opera Ilouso lilock
VlMTA ... IHI). TKIl.
n C UOUM.XOT
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W.
Will practice la the ITultrd State and fitatn
jnff-Oflloo Port Smith Arkansas.
QIi located npiKjilta lbs Optra houee.
A a mi abate auil a neat haircut guaranteed.
PROP'R 0. K. BAKIU.R SHOP
Bfir First-class work-only. -a
First door cast of Frisco Hotel
Vinita lnd. Tor.
--..Tint Clai Photograph Work. -:-Thirteen
years oxperlonco with city
trade. Territory pcoplo aro invited to
give me a call.
Uhotupa - Kansas.
FUENITUKE. SEWING MACHINES
Twelreyeara experience a an Undertaker.
Makea aapeclallyofembaliiilug 8-0
T 1). & G. II. Sr.VSOLr!
Watches Clocls& Jowolry
All Repairing done jn a skillful
mannor amlacunrantco Riven. Aro
prepared to do tho most difficult
work on tho Finest Watches. Our
stock of goods is complete Orders
from tho torritory solicited. 23
Thle powder never varlet. X marvel of
parity strength and wlioleaomenett Mora
eunoiuictl than the ordinary Vlpdt ami can-
not be aohl lu coiiiielltlu
ltli the multitude
afluw teat thiirt weight alum or phoaphalo
oaw.Urt Sulci UHlvli rtne
VdWKsaCo loo Wall St N Y
ilucklcu's Armra Salro.
Tho boat salvo in tlio world for Cuts
Bruises Sores Ulcers Halt Ithctim
Fuvor euros Tetters Ohapnod llands
Uhllblalns Corns and all Hklu Krup-
tiunv ami positively euros Piloa or no
nav rcnulred It Is u'naranteed to clro
juirfectsnllslactlon.or mniioy refundocl.l
Price 2J cents per box For nalo by W.
X!aJ!ili'.'H iS.Ju.. ... -- -Lfta'Jlul
lion. 8 It. Mayo was ou oar streets lait
8. A. Itlarjaeket lias gone to Hot tyring)
J G Caeh tha stock eommltalon man
came In Tueedey.
-Ilcr.IIulllngerand family left for their
Hon. Henry Cbamberi cams In from the
wct yeelerday on hli war towardtTahlcuah
tllttrlct Clerk Carry cama over from Al
luwo yesterday. Ha wat accompanied by Joe
W T WMtaker of Fryor'e creek w'tnt
through Tuetdsy with two can of stock lor St.
IttT. Char lea Jonrneycake was In tha city
Moodayonhlt way to Muskogee to vlalt the
Mr. and Mra O. W. Franklin darted for
Kanaai City Inat Saturday for a ten daya' vial t
at Ibclroid bomo.
Mr. and Mra. Oweni ofXcoiho harabcen
lltlng at Ur. Vf. O. Wllllama' the two
lauici celng alitera.
Dr. V Jt. Kite who for soma llltle time
lias btan Tltltlng at 8irlngllild cama In Toe
day and hu gone borae toTahleqaab.
Bar. J. . King Tctnrned from York Penn.
lyirania laitsatnMay. Mm. King though
mucb IroproTcd la health was not yet able to
Mlim Janle and Tllanch Hall of St
Loula twoTeryeatlmabln young ladle) are
Walling relatives In thla city. Thty arrlred
Turaday with Mr. O. VT. Green their coualn.
lion Chief Iluahybcad waa hero reatcrdar
on lilt way to attend a political meeting and
prpuably make a aptcch at Carey'a Kerry.
II wm arcompanlcd from hrre by Iter. A. N.
ani? Arthur Chambrrlld. ThechlafneTer aji-
peared more affable or In belter humor. Later
In the campaign be promltct Ui A speech at
Mrs. Judge Mayes Is dangerously lit.
Tho sale of Thomas Mooro's olTects
occurs July 2nd.
A National barbecue will bs held to-
day at Carey's Ferry.
Houtbwcst City proposes tocclebrato
tho fourth of July "proper."
Qoorgo Robert Rlakcney woight
nino pouuds roached hero last
Tho colored people have another bap.
Using on hand for next Sabbath at
Tho trial or Georgo Cochran for
xnur.lcr has boon act lor tho 29th lust
Tlio Louisiana Lottery syudicatobas
suspended business. Tho Juno draw
lag took (77 and paid '.'0 dlvldouds.
J. T. Vann and Miss Klorenco Har-
ris of Pryor creek were married i-
Chouteau lastSaturday hy Judge Keys.
Tho comer stone of. tho A. M. E.
church at this placo will bo laid with
appropriato services on tho third of
Acouploot new campaign pictures
came to tho surfaco yesterday which
siiowod tho lUbbltlu a decidedly fag
geu out condition.
A 4th of July celebration will bo
held at Abo Mceks' placo fonr miles
northwest of this place. Pryor creek
will also celebrate
Tho appointments of Hon. It. Bunch
to speak In tho upper districts will Iks
arranged at Carey's Kerry to-day and
wo shall print them nuxt week.
Thomas Bluejackot places an adver
tisement with us this week llo Is do-
ing a nlco little grocery business east
of tho track anil deserves a liberal sharo
of the patronage
Rev. Daniel Rogers of tho American
Board Homo Missionary socloty will
preach at the public school house- at
Vinita on Saturday night and Sunday
Juno 25th and 20th.
A number of ladles and gentlemen
from the city went out last Friday to
witness tl.o round-up at Kat Skinuur'a
range on Pawpaw. Tbero were about
4000 cattlo In the hord.
Judgo J. U. Mayes speaks at tho fol-
lowing court bouses on dates specified :
Going Snake July 5th ; Flint July 7th ;
Sequoyah July Oth ; Canadian Jnly
lltli ; Illinois July nth ; Tahlequab
July 10th ; Saline Jnly 17th.
Oharlcy McClcllan reports a little
meeting of sevontoon persons out on
the Vordlgris and all for Bunch. We
tako pleasure in printing everything
that is neVs and this Is reported as a
Too Wxix Kkowk. R. M. Roberta
says of our "Insinuations" in regard
to tho Imtnaterializing list of subscrib.
era promised tho purchasers of tho
Journal that ho and tils brothor "are
too well known to caro to notlco." We
presume what bo is trying to say is
that tbey are too well known for It to
do any good for hem to refute any
accusation as to personal integrity.
Thk MasxuamLxwu Uasi. In
special circuit court (or Coowecscoo
woo district convoned on June 20th
tho Matkhatn-Lowit lurubor shipping
caso carao up. Markham falling to ap.
pear bis bond was declared forfeited
and his bondsmen citod to appoar on
tho second Monday in September to
show cause why samo should not be
paid. On motion of defeudant tho
rases against O. W. Lewis were con?
tinued to the second Monday In (Sep-
tember owing'to the absenee of It. L.
Owen a witness.
Yimita I'becimct. Tho Downlngllos
of Vinita precinct Delawaro district
held their primary convention for se-
lection of delogatos etc. last Saturday.
From all ucconnts a "monkey and par.
rot" timo was had. V. Y. II. Foreman
was rnado chairman and T. R Knight
secretary. Tho delogatos selected to
represent tho precinct In tho Lan
drum's spring convention next Satur-
day woroT.lt. Knight L. P label)
V. Y. II. Foroman Ose Dick and Lus-
ter Foreman tho latter colored. Tha
delegates woro instructed forOlaudo S
Sholton for clerk Thomas Bluejacket
and Joseph F. Thompson for council
Thomas Jd.DulJlngtou for sbcrlll. '
DixtwABK Natiomau. An eilromo-
ly quiet and orderly convention vras
bold last Monday at KUuscr's Ferry
ou Grand river. Romo Seven was
chosen as chairman and Mr Taylor
school teacher as secretary. Tho
ticket noiniuatod Is as follows : For
senators Oocliilnta and Duvo Lan
drum ; councilors Jonloka Sue!) of
Ilouoy creek ; Sam Russoll of Spav
inan j John Miller o( llorso creek ;
Swoetwater of Drowning creek ; A.
Foreman of Taylor precinct; James
McLaughlin of Ketohum precinct i
judge F.d Carej ; sheritr Y P Hon.
derma) solicitor Lou Svou ; clerk
T- J. McGhoO. Beef and good humor
Bunch Bald to b Ilaklag a (le liae rolltl
cat and tlaarrtl 5ewa
There la contlderable alcknaia In the conn-
try. As tho election approacbea the cacltement
Harreatlng wheat la orer and the oat bar-
-Soma of onr cltltene aay that Kabblt Ilanch
It aura enough running for principal chief.
A great many walnut loge were inn down
therlrcrtoFt. Smith during the late rlae.
Itor. Ill ea and family will leave un the nrat
ofJnlyfora two months' vlalt with reMllvta
Frank Vore and U. K. lllackatone-wlll
leave for St. txula In tho morning with Irving
Vore where tbey will place Mm In tho Insane
aaylum for treatment .
Charlea M. King a railroad contractor
from the Valley railroad was In town Satur-
day ruatlln "canaryt" lor -cunatrnctlou
ITf.JtS FKOX FMsfT
The lllalr Merdcrt'aae roalponed Actlte Ooed
Teaiplara-IletlTallata at TTerk.
Mra. E. VT. Ilafflngton dlcdon laat Sunday
A protracted meeting baa been In pregreaa
at New Hope In this dlatrlet thla week.
A lodge of I. O. U. T. ha been nrvanlted
al Flint through the oxcrtlona of II. M. Adair.
Sam Adair la allll very low with typhoid
pnoumoula. Double aro entertained or hla re-
covery. Judge It. W Walker haa been retained for
the dafonae of lllalr J. K. Welch and W. N.
The trial of lllalr for the murder of Chrlatle
cama up before Judge Drew laat Monday but
on account of abaont wltiieaace waa poalponed
io tne itiB Inal.
To-day the leih baa been set br the Na
tional party for the nomination ef dlatrlet
onlcers. There la qnlto a wrangle over placet
and about one-tblrd or the party want nomina-
tions. June Ittb 1SOT. rno-aoxu-rmtico.
Deatrat aal raraoaal lattlllgaece Oleaaad by
Fourth of July It at hand.
Our city well nerd) repair).
Mlaa Ada Archer It on the tick Hat.
11. J. Daattle'e child bat been quite tick.
I. I. Dledaoelk making tome nlcelinprove-
raanlaon hie lota.
C. XT Tomer waa a pattenierouSuuday't
ti. It. Merkt aaaletant agent went to Far-
Agent Qolna took In the fair city of
Oawego Kantat laat Saturday
John Warren eonalgned four cart of fine
cattle to St. Loult Saturday. J r. tccom-
Our ptibUc tehoolt doted Friday laat and
Its ttachar Mlat Lain Toole baa returned to
Vinita her borne
The eonfraencement exereltee at theCbero
kee orphan aaylum were a grand tacceaa In
every roapeet and an honor to Its tuperlntend.
tut and hla atalatanla.
Jane 10th 1W7. Sqcinai
frox tiii: ini-Aims.
A Few Bel Xta Aroaad Talaa Bat Sot So Star
Among the company of men engaged In
working tha Ueorge Ferryman farm waa ons
Fete Wetner a bad white man who conceived
the Idea of being a dtaperado on a tmall scale.
At It always tbe caae tbero were a few aofl-
beaded Imitative fools that follow auch men
as this Weaner. The drat thing done wat to
quit work and begin lawletaoeaa byateallng a
revolver from Moto ferryman. Time armed
they began vlelttng the honae whore they had
been employed aud ateallng what food they
wanted After awhile thla grew too tame and
they began ehootlng the degt aronnd the houte
and the aecond time they were on thlt kind of
a raid thty packed all the loote grnb they
would need forarcgnlarcampalgn Theythot
two doga who were around the bonae and en-
tering the kitchen began making thlngt lively
for all that were at home. The workmen were
all upttalrelnbed but on hearing tbe racket
they dred a abot down through the door and aa
luck would have It shot tbe ruaa Weaner
through the body whereupon they made tbulr
eacape Wetner waa dually captured on Caney
In tbe Cherokee nation brought back to thla
place and than taken to Muakogee to appear
before Commlealoaer 1 una. It wat thought
that there were three or three men but only
one baa been amated io far while tbe othtr
two not being wounded made good their
etcapa on tome etolen bortct
a onxat XAXY ueoo XOLXt lit Tl'LaA TXT
With two churchea Methodlat aud rretby-
tirian and a Toung Men'i Chrlttlan Aaaocla-
tlou how could It beolhirwliot MayOod
blett all thlt cbrlatlan work.
Tha acbool at thlt place hat now beta In tuo-
ccitful operation for over two yeart. It big an
two yeart tgo by a short tprlng term under the
care of Mr. Haworth and Mln Ida Stephen!
It waa then adopted by the Board or Home
Mlaalone In New York and began the fall term
with Mrs 8. J. Stoneclpher and Mlaa Stephens
at teachers and the lattyttrMrs 8ton::!phT
with Mrs Llndaey as aaalatant teicher Thlt
tchool haa made very rapid progveat in all the
branchea taught. The doting exerelaee laat
rrmay evening June 17th did credit to all
theacholart and ttaobtrt. Nolwlthttandlng
the fact that the principal Itaeher wat abtent
on account ortlcknett Mra. Llndaey wat equal
o me occatiou ana management. The rail
term will begin September lat by which lime
tbe building will be much enlarged and Im.
IX HDIIX AT DUl'BT. -
re Caectatri Xatllled te Ut Credit or Ike Flrel
Noam SrxixoriBLD Mo.1
June Win 1M7
Editox CmirrAiKi I thought It might be or
laterttt to the readera of the Chlertaln to know
what laurelt an Indian hat won hire at Diary
college. Tbe flrel Indian to graduate from the
college though there have been many who
bare done excellent work here It rater Hud-
ton of the Choctaw nation who graduated
lait Thunday Ills oration waa very good
wat well delivered and rieelvtd greater ap-
plauee than any other I tend you a pro
gramme or the commencement esirelait and
alto one or the concert pvjrammct of the
Drury glee club whoas tinging wat one of tbe
pltatanteet feature of tha whole commence-
ment. Mr Hndaon. at yon will lie wa flnt
tenor Of oourte uaa your Judgment about
mentioning thla In tha paper but l ooourred
to me that It might be o( Interest hince t
write. Rnptclfiilly yocra
Ada A. Deans.
XXTK1CT FatOn A BBHHIT LITTLI X.SSAT
Oa "Wm" Benl ky Mlaa Radlt Alhereek at
the Cetaniaciaiat Kitrtlitt
It It tald that a woman cannolreaion. That
It a mltlake. Women gtva a good niton for
everything. Juit aak a woman why or where-
fore and tha will Invariably antwet"bieauae."
Could anything be more eonelnetva ?
Women are not admitted Io lb order of
Mnons or Odd Fellows i and why rreyf De.
cause they say ehe will not keep a stent
Or court the will not If a thing It good It
ought to ba told that the ftettatt number
may bo benefited thereby aud lr II ta bad II
ought to be expond Woiuaa bar decided
thst both thus orders should be denonnctd a
was that people ta sacred will wh were
"neither bot nor cold " There It ao inch ob
jection howtvor to th mtiatonary aocllytbal
gTtat aad good orfanliatloa which any woman
with atblmblacadatongaaeanjola. Andtuth
timet as they bare eewlng aad talklngl What
would tbe heathen of Boreroboolacha do with
out tbe warm mlttew and conifer tere mils
tldltl and match tafei mad by thtlrdeft
Sngerat Then over their tta-the crowolgg
fcilur of the day they discuss everybody'
right and wtouga Alt women would like to
be arrayed la "purple aad flu llnaq tad din
tnmptloutly every day I know whereof I
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BO AXaRU BtGI
Thlt wat a redectton that arote In rny ml ad
at I alond over the open caaket In which teem-
etl lobe twcetlytleeplng the remalnt of Dora
Spradllag to yoong to beautiful In death
waa the. Her featuree In llfetoexprcatlveof
a high order of Intelligence and lovellnett
were In a repoae to calm and awtet that the
itemed to be but dreaming. The band of
affection had placedtln hert warm and wblte
at alabaater and thaptly aa w anppoat the
angtlt have abono.net of white flowert. la
tweet profualon otbert lay about ber perton.
and In their Innocence and pnrltr exprttaed
that of the dead. Had tbebten placed In the
natural position of the young while atteep the
would have appeared
"Like one who wrapt the- drapery of bis
Around him and lie down to pltttanl
Dora wttalwayapltatant and lovtly and.
gavtpromiteoran nnutual lire. For many
ycart the hat been a ttudent at the Indian
Unlreralty under the Immediate care of Prof.
liacouo She bad pataed the eonrae prttcrlbid
for the graduation ufltudenla and In a few
dtyt more would bar been commencement
day. New fleldt of life were about to te open-
id before ber but an eternity Instead. Can
we aay It It not for the bttt t
He who looka Jnat aeroei the way
Where every llfe'a daylight eloete
Whether with Sprlng'a blooming reaes
Or Aulmn'a leaf or Wlnttr't (now
Feelt that he knowt or good H knowi
It the break of another day.
That thli ever changing dliplay
la but little more than a dream
And of evtntt thlt turbid ttrtam
Deglnnlng ab where? and ending
Ah where t and forever wending
It not a rett teine to-day.
That aome time we'll aletp ae we aay
And weary would have It night
While the eun It blgb warm and brlgbti
We'll wake from aleep to Sod
That all we aaw and left behind
Wat nothing but a dream that day.
Wonder why we have slept that way
Think we'vebeendrearr.lng nothing more.
And to tomeone who bad gone before
To eleep will with to tell oar dreamt
About the ttrange aad unknown loeatt
We beheld at we tlept that day.
Ilelievo It wtre a dream'a dlaplay
When we thought It waa more than aleep
It wee to cold calm and deep
In which the lay and sorrow's tiara
We'll think were ttrange aa wtre the feart
That made lad our dreaming that day.
A Tiry latereetlag Collection ef Jene 5tee
Sunday waa the wirmait day ofthtaeaaon.
D. L. Denny thlpped a car of cattlt Sundty
-John Ward and wire Sundayed In tht
U W. Katea iblpped two cart or tittle
O. W. Emereon wat np from Cetoota Sat-
Clartrooro prcienla a iplmdld openlag for
a good hotel
Quite a number or our cltltene an attend-
ing court to-day.
Col. William P. Hoai pitted through our
town Saturday laat.
Mra. U. W. Eaton was th guitt or Un.
C. D. Ward Monday.
Farmera are about through cutting their
wheat In thla locality.
It. P. Llndaey left Monday afteraoon for
Maakogea via Chouteau.
M. II. llalrd paaaed through onrtown Mon
day en route for Muakogee.
Sim Thornton loft thla evening for a few
dayi vlilt to Cbcrryvale Kanaaa.
Joel Daugb candidate for dlatrlet clerk
wat with ut Monday morning a ehort time.
Dr Llun attended tha ball a't Cbeltea laat
Frldaynlght. He report! 'having- a iplendld
D. M. Hauae apent Sunday la tht country
on tome or tbe Mill north of here. Dr. Linn
wasn't far off.
George Nipper baa ordered the building
material tat his dna rttldioee wblcb will toon
T E. Smiley came up from Tolia Than-
day and remained with ue colli Friday wbta
be took tbe atare for Coffeyvllle.
Mra. David Home returned Saturday from
relrceClly Mo. where ahekaa been vlalllsg
her mother tbe paet six weeki.
Dr. Chamber! hat been complaining r
being tick for teveral dayi We are glad
however that be la allll able to be around.
lateral or tht elite or onr town attended
the plc-nlo given by tbe pablle tchool at
Oowala lait Friday. II was a suecia la every
-A. U Emmons rams np from Cost creek
BanJay and was with ns atverat boart. Me It
apltaaant aud entertaining gentlemen who
we are always glad to meet.
Claremore will celebrate the Fouith ef
July. Money haa already been aubaerlbsd to
buy a flnt beef for a barbecue aad a general
good time Is anticipated. All are cordially In-
vited. Swluge and refreebmente of a temper-
ate satare will be provided la abundance.
June tilt 1M7. Iicca.
CLAIXAXTS TO CnXBOIKt CTriZX.1SB.lF
Ferkldlf a I Kahe Aey letynveattat or Bxtr-
tlet aay rrlillesee.
Uxiotr Aqxhct I
Mcixooaa Iso. Taa JuntJOth lusl. (
Notlee It hereby given that bo ptraone en-
tering tht Cherokee nation tfter tbt ltth day
of AugnttlM claiming eltlsenihlp la the
Cbiroke nation will be allowed to make aay
Improvement npon tbe public domain est
timber bay or exerclae any other privilege ef
eltlieaahlp until tbey shall have been admit
lid by actor the Cherokto national council
bot tbe lawa for Ihe protection of'the Cherokee
publle domain will be itrlctly enforced by thlt
offlc Under the dectilon of tbe tuprtme
oourt the right or the Cherokee nttlon to d-
termlnt whom II will admit te cltlsentblp I
reeognlied and any per eon tvho now euttn the
nation before belag admitted to eltlieaahlp
dote eo at hie own rlek and la entitled to ao
condderatlon. Take due notice aad govern
By order of the honorable eommUsloaei ef
Indian affairs. Beepeclfully
U. L. Owaie
United Stste Indian Agaat.
L01T STnlllll OB NTOLIX.
Each notice not exceeding nrrr wunns will
be Inesrled two week under thla heading for
BTUAYEI) OK8TOI.EX-SI0 Iteward-Froru
the bom of llortct Adama near Alluwe t.T .
one dun mire with foal i heavy set; branded
oiilhelenjaw andahoulder wllba tmall cir-
cle (O) alaowllh Ihe roar I al-year-oldalud
aortel colt not branded. Iwlll give lo for
Information leading to recovery of tame.
-U llonaca Auam Allow I. T
8TIIAYED One S-yaarold man AlvmA
Tesat pony marei ba Team brand on lift
iii uu an jorvouruer ui ngni ey a aiuau
while dim over tbe eye. but not blind.
Started off In weeteru direction fruia Stnecai
had un leather halter with elrapk le thod all
'round. Uberal reward will be paid for de-
II vary of puny at Seneca UolUr Mill.
fap't lluberA WkSUUlngLltaioct;Co
STIIAYKD aiA Rerd Ton iviiil.. ..
Tallow inaret tlaytari nidi floraea neaei about
ltMorlAbandsblgkiwIllbrlag a colt neat
ii. an oinar it a vay mare about time
height) epollu rorebetd) 8 yean old. Saddle
marka on both. Addr&A Mala n.mi.i.
Uittopa Kaasa. awkt. '
BTRATED One bav lioeit. 7Tara nld
onlertahoulder and lagi BLoa right aide of
Beck. Onebluehoree iaytaraeldi cellar aad
saddle marka. Melh U handa klxh aad wore
letthir hallerei rotoe of balk ley ea left aide
Laat tatn on Pawnee nr.ak Alh..l.w.ll
for Inform t lion leading Io recovery.
au-u ai vv HCkUaai VlulU Ind. Ttr.
8TKAYEU OR STOLF.K-From M. M. Bill
our milt weal efCltrimort oat f-yesr-old
lev mare mnlat hrindarf St on vljrht ahAnirfM.
one bay yearling hone wnl branded thtaarao
a win pay wrorany inroranauon leading loth
recovery of above mulct.
lira i milled Jan
M at Jttu..
Dluejacket lias a store now conduct-
July 2d 1887.
Every porson buying ONE DOLLAR'8 worth oi Goods from us- gets
a ticket for one chance at tho following priics.S
One SilVer Tea Set Worth
One Suit Clothes Worth
One Pair Shoes Worth
These Prizes are now oii exhibit-
ion at our place of business.
All persons holding tickets nill be required to havo them in tho storo
at the timo of tho drawing othorwiso they shall not be counted.
HJIf you can't como bo suro and send your tickets-
. ' N MiW iittattiiiiiiiiniii SamL .cAM
lES ILT El IK Sz B 1ST 3
MUSKOGEE IND. TER.
Self - Binders
And aB-u.ild.a:is lSL-ti3-ljs.
in our Line Writ
W. W. Miller & Co.
Hay Rakes Hardware Stoves Tinware
Grranite Iron and Stamped "W"axe Tin
ITruit Cans Ice-cream. ITreesiors Uana-
mooks and Oroqxiet Sets.
Pitched from Texas to tho Territory.
Saddle and Harness Shop.
Can be found first door oast of
Patton's dry goods etoro with
ono ot tho
BEST SELECTED .STOCKS
Evnr In this country. I havo
been in tho business in Texas '
foe fifteen years and will du-
plicate EVERY STYLE AND PRICE
Bought in any market. All I
ask is a trinl beforo purchasing
your outfits and I will con-
vince you that I Menn uhat I
say and tay uhat I Mean.
J. B. Stevens & Co.
.s "TitWrfl . -arr s tV -tT T V ! .Jp
Implements of all Kinds.
for Price Dbfore Pu
a. B. Stevens fbTJETwfiT.uuw.
afl.l. kaBafiUjCaJaaal Wk
U "m. BBMvfiC-l-BPs'twatBP W
fiNiTA JRU6 Store
PBAZHB ft TiOTT K'ng'ri.
Drugs & Medicines
Oils Etc. Etc.
A Full Lino of Druggists' Snndrfe
Will be Sold at said Homo
for a Living Profit.
Wo sure aaoHs Giving our CJoocLb
.way STei-t&eH; sure tare Oi-
te-rije.gr -to xsaSko cur
Customers Rich With Snide
Jewelry and Jim Cracks
But "W1U Qtve You Tour Mon-
ey's' Worth Every Timo
For tbe OABH.
Especial Attention Given to Orders
for Wall Paper. Full lino of
Samples on Exhibition.
Vinita Drug Store.
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1887, newspaper, June 23, 1887; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70973/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.