Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 9, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 10, 1887 Page: 3 of 4
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Bend to W. L. Sly Qhetopa Kansas for Drugs Of all kinds at Bottom prices. Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes etc
Vinit.v. Ind. Tr.y Nov. 10 1887.
Local Railroad Tmo Tables
uissotim p.Ci?io uailway .
i Jtniu i f. i r'lti aii i
Vo Bd7 XI. IC. AT.Hvprete 7 JUn.m 7itp m.
Xo.M3.St. L. A Tea. Ki 111 .4im Ilia ni
No.Wl.Ilaiib'lSt.L &T s on in (i m
10 17 i. in
"0 MM. Tex.ASI h.Kt
Xo. Ml.T 81 h.AIII'bex
Kp.MH.tok Ki Vo.
ST. LOUISA BAN FHAIUilU'O UAILWAY.
II. 4 Vim
Kc. Trom Bt 7. to Tulsa
I II .mam
IAIIUIVK I UII'AKr
i(ii in. I SiWpnt
Through eoach fiomSt. IociU lu'lul.a.
e J. THOMPSON
Vlnltn. - - - Ind. Tor.
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS .
VINITA C. N.
Ofrlcolit ltsymond building room 10
PII YSIOTA N .6 S Ulia EON.
CQrOlHco in front mom of Skinnor
ltatelill it (Jo's building upstairs.
Bnrelal attention given to locating nud collect-
iue claims llr perseverance honor aud
luteirltr 1 tii to merit palroiiajio.
Chontoau - - Ind.Tcr.
T II. AKIN
Vlnlta Indian Territory.
Office: room 5 Opera llonso block.
Yta.VIU practice lie for o nil tlio courts
of tlio nntton. Particular attention
given to citizenship cases. ' 616
P ELL & TAYLOU
A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W.
J. M. IIkii. - - - Kcliu I. T.
J. M. Taylor Jit. Uliclsoa I. T.
'JllOS 11. IlAUXKS. WSI. II. SCLllEtTC.
OincocornerofUreon and Harrison Ave
tOKT SMITH AUK.
Criminal buslntit In U. i. Court a specialty.
I OXA'I HAN (lOUE " " r
Commissioner ol Deeds fur tlio atato
of Kansas. Will acknowledge deeds
n n J o:lier instruments anil lake depo-
sitions mill utlkdavlu tu bo used iti the
state of KuiiSHf).
Also U. 8. Gommlnsioner for tile
Western District of Arkiuiyiii to nd-
lumiHtcrontliH. take denojltlons and
ticknou ledge all legal instruments in
Particular atloutloii clvon to tlio
. prosecution of pension and tlio eollec-
tton of foreign claims. AIho clnlins
Against railroads lor stock killed Ac.
Am In tlio lCunl Estate business. Pur-
ties having farms or town property for
sale will please givo mo u call.
Cfll co in Opera Homo lllock
Visit. ... Isu.Tmt.
M F. WILL-IAMB
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER.
Itcpalr Work a Specialty
M3r At Thou. Bluejacket's Storo
East of Track
VINITA - IXD.TEU.
T II. UKOVEIt
-; Firit Olau Photograph Vork. -:-
T'llrlcon years oxporlonco with city
trade. Territory peoplo.nre invited to
cite mo a call.
. Cliotopn Kansas
rURHITURE SEWINO MAUHINES
Twctrn e&ri pxiierlenra ah &n UmlsrUker.
JUkri icUlty orcinblnilnK o-tl
For Bargaiaa in CTaxrclsy
Go to T. II. KNIHEIUJ'.S.
Largest Line of Watches
in tho city mid tlio bost.
rork on Fino Watches a Specialty.
Hcinombor tlio plao :
". R-. 3viSm315HG'B
In Gdm I'iiaiim.vuy
CHKTOI'A - - KANSAS.
I Absolutely Pure.
I. . I.AW.Iail BIKIIdtl ! t MSMnl rtt
It itrtnglh urn MrhuteaoKiitoMi Mure
ioiulc than Uit oiMuurr knU t.. can
I. A iaI.I I SI OAtMtiat It litis ttllk Ibri It I til St. I A
wisyi'l iu vvih'iimvi ! anu iiiuismh'iv
low Uil ihrtrl ijht Itm or i..u4iiaiftt
..!.. .li Ht.lt. It. .. tl b-At ll.u.
il MUIH WM WH Vl ll USIViny
psuC4 J'jO Wall 61 H X Sit
Iisy Dnoot) 05ieG4 ihrfn ji.tj
A Tfritcrr vwy o.v the I
vriufnwfi. Vt oay jtu Ti:nn ytv
Nnl Skinner Is oroatlng a.now barn.
Kl Adair's llltlo girl Is very sick nlth
IM Ciiinmlns Is laaruiiij the tinsmith
trado at Miller A Go's.
J. O. llnll tins loll two horss. Soo
nutlcu tinder proper lieadinp.
John Wouvur lost a child this
week Willi mombraiiootis croup.
. Q. W. Oreun places boforo our read-
ers n now advertisement this week.
Wllllnm i.illlo brbughtip ')Co head
tjf cattle from Texas n few tlnys ago.
Our oorrespondonro will bo found es-
pecially inlorestliijr this woek. Head
rd lo eolicct subscriptions for this
.1. 0. Hall lilts already received n
part Of tho Texas cattlu whloli liu will
Messrs. Koynolds andfjanjIersloKotli.
or with the wituossos In tho Wilis' cat-
(lo caso have t'ono to l't. Smith.
Lewis ltulston's eldeil daughter
Jlias I'rnnees has been very slak with
typhoid fevor. Sho Is now soino bol-
ter. In this Issue. I. II. Alley of Alton
places his advertimucnt of 1'oland Chi-
na swiiio. Ills hogs uro Mrtulnly flno
Thii Missouri lUpublionu not satis-
fied with Its Territory correspondents
has sent a gentleman named Itoy
. On Tuesday as Int Skinner was run-
ning a etcer his horso fell and brokoits
leg and had to bo shot. Mr. Skinner
escaped witli a few bruises.
Ono of U. W. Green's milk cows was
killed by a.psssengor train Inst Sun-
day morning on tlio Missouri Pacific
about 50 yards from tho depot.
Hon. 1 U. Adams secretary of Kan-
sas SUto Historical society has our
thanks for a copy of tlio fifth biennial
report to the board of directors.
Tho repairs and reconstruction of
tho Frisco in this territory seem to in-
dicato the early extension of that lino
westward probably ill the apring.
Nm ton J. Price M)ttnmtr at Xoo-
nho dludoti Wodnosduy of last week.
Ho was forty-soven yours of ago and
became a resident of his town in 1333.
A now ttiru-tablo husjust been built
by tho 1'rlsco company at this place
and uotv bridges orculvorlH aro being
put all along tho lino from Seocca
tjevornl persona who placed their
business cards in the fair premium list
have not yet paid for the sau'io. Thoy
are duo this office and we should be
Very much obliged if settlement was
made xt once.
A prairie firo was purposely started
last Saturday on Duck creek by two
Seneca men. Had not a uumbsr of
tho neighbors been on band at ones
that whole- country would hnvo been
Several of our juvenile musicians
were out on a serenadlug tour Satur-
day t.lght. Not being experienced at
tho business thoy wore in too groat a
hurry and not away" before refresh-
ments outild be prepartii).
Anyone deairiuj can oxclmnge cord-
wood for one or any number of those
Hue Duroo-Jursey plga that wnro shown
alho fair. They aro kept upon'O.
W. Green's farm on Rig fjttblu though
particulars may bo obtained at this of-
Mcry K. Shulze and Samuel K. Sim-
mons rharged with tho murder of the
former's husband an aecouut qf wliieh
lias been previously given aro to bo
transferred to the Kort Smith court.
They are temporarily hold by Com-
missioner Noale ol Hiq Kansas court
pending tlio Isstto of the requisite pa-
pers for their removal.
Itttd Traluor who Ih thought to bo
a doiliuearuata and about whom so
many snusatioual stories ato published
in the papers wus upon tho atreols of
Tahlt-quah last ueek. Not a prisoner
was ho of Deputy Muishal Cole but a
poBse aruwd and equipped lor bus!
uesa. Dud Is not half as bud na some
ieoplo icprosont him to bo.
FoitT Smith O'uuut. -Jitukion Stow-
aft charged ith murder died In jail
last week. It is a remarkable fact that
noaryovry prisoner that dies In Jail
is vliarged wlih murder. .' Deputy
Isboll placed four men In jail last
uGck. S. II. Hooker a charged with
assault James Itlcharda with robbiug
a storo til Kufiiuln and Sauk Vnnu sua
Handel Lovely with murder. The too
last named nero drunk und slioottng
rOsklesely on tho streets of Kort Gibson
and killed a railroader. Goorge
Smith aged thirteen was found guilty
of "Involuntary manslaughter." His
victim was Martha A. Smith a god
uloven. Tho testimony shunod that
sovernl children were playing together
throwing water upon each other Ac
and that tho boy without counting
cousaqtienros polutod n gun at .Mar-
tha and pullod tho trigger tho coma-
qttences bolug futal. It is likely the
youth lll bo aunt to a reformatory In
stitution fur a few joars.
0. L. S. C IlOokH havo uome.
are exiiect&d to bo at work. Tho
coullvo ooiniuUleu huvo asslguod extra
ainounls oficadlng to make up for tho
uionllt ofOatobur lost. Tho reading in
U. S. History oxtonds to Fioucli and
Indian war 135 pages. In tho Chiiu-
tauiimn tho four toping given out will
be read and roportod upon lor tiu two
mouths Ootobor and Novuuiber. Tho
following program has beau adopted
for next Tuesday ovuulngi
7 I' m. C. h. H. O. mottoes Ulrvlu.
7.01 Scripture. In voaatlou.
7;tts-U. S. History Miss Music (live
minutes for supplementary rumarks
mid reports by tho circle after ouoh of
these special reports on tho reading.)
7.20 -Flour Making Mr. lllakuuoy.
7:10 Itnptibllcau tloverninent under
V H. Oonntltutlon Miss Grlllln.
7.55 llts'lory uud I.lleruluru of Far
)Jat. Mr Whvat.
HilO Current Atucriia.il Literature
I fi 2o lteccss
b Xi Huainras mouttoif
0 IV OrcnwcnttoTrxi lit Batnntay
I!c Jnoftb. Wllllami crciiclita nth
thin cltr latt Friday.
-Mill Jtfhnion from Ohio libera on a tit-
It tolier coutln Jim
WIIIlo Thorapton or Taliltqtult wot op
tho laltir part oflaat uredk
Chief Juitlco Uajts nil In tho cltr ''
lutiilayoa tUmiay to Fort Smith.
Y.C ration anJ Sam Hall Hill riart for
Texnj tliM Wfrlc toparohatocntllo
-Ool licit C S Shtlton nml Wlll Howell
Itarteii TalilfjnaliworJ lait frlilay'eTonliii;
Dr. F II Fits carno up from Tahlerjnali
lad Thunday and went to SprlnxOotd that
V Jlumsarncr ono of tho lively Ijoju
nallan moilo lili first visit to Vlnlta
Iter. A f. Chamberlln Ihtorprolcr for
tlio council left for Tahlon.nah on Satnrday
Mr. t.aro nho went to 81. 1uliilsrlnxthe
cunlon retnrnod last Sunday alitl It Lack at
tilt carp liter bench.
Taylor foreman and Otti trey wero amoag
our luim.roui callera last Trldny. llotb. are
now nlth tho law makers.
That Vf llurke a I'nlteil Stales pension
osamlner. Is malting an nSrlal visit tu a nuin-
t.rofroliiu In this territory
Mr. Charlna llnber or tlio Huber Mtlllntr
Co. of Seneca was In the city a few honra
Tuesday on Ms way twToaas.
Tom llowlo. Dick riolds Solomon Conn
mid Honrel! Cohb made up a wagon load nhlili
stLtted turTaliluiuah Inst rrlday.
Mrs. Mamta Ingram and Mra K. 1'. llnill-
al 11 nlth their children anil Master Ilalph
Ureen baru gono to Sprlnflsld on an extend-
Iter. I. W. Hirers p'raldlng elder of the
Cherokee district hat detormlned to make
Vlnltn tile home and will mots lilt family
hero almost at onco.
U V. IValker.membarofcounellirromlhe
northsrn part of Coowoeaoooweiu'lstrlctcarao
In last Friday to look at our now qnartors and
renew hit subscription.
W. K. Ilalttlt returned from Texas last
Saturday after a montliaahMnc. That eoun-
tryand Its people he belletos to be worse on
than at the close of the war.
C K rinncy oommerclot agent for tho
Hoe Una with headquarters at Kansas City
was hero several day recently looking up
business for lUs company.
Uobt. J. T.uniay of Echo was In the drat
of Uie week nud renewed his nlloglanco to the
Krcat moral newspaper of tho Inlan Territory
lie wants to keep rally posted on tho doings
of oar net local legislators
Iter D N.Allan now stationed at Vort
Gibson was back among bis old friends Satur-
day and iinntlay Two cotton gins uoetstes
arorunulng all the tlmeat Olbion Wilch as-
a'lts In making business Tory good. Aboat
ten bales are lurued out per day.
Wm M.Mellette i:T ono of tho promi-
nent attorneys or fort Smith was among our
Wslturs last Friday llcroro leasing bo dl-
reotoJ the Insertion of tho Arm's professions!
card In onr columns irhero It will hereafter be
fouad. Any leagal holiness Intrusted to
tlarucs & Mellette Is In safe hands.
A Mr. Thompson Ismoilng Into the Aid-
ridge pi aeo
Mrs Cromwell and Mrs. Ford aro Improv-
Mr. Cromwell's tiller and two children
are vltltlng at Catoota.
Ur (teed onr enterprising merchant Is
bolldlng an addition to hit huuse.
- Mr Dach and Mr. l'oroman departMl for
Tah!euah one day the past week.
Almost over day somebody mores Into
Calooaa or wants to Well comoj build your
Louses and bewme residents.
Itsv. Xorthwood a minister of M. K.
oaurch south praehel at our Softool house
Sunday morning and evening.
I). I.. Denny ihlpped'on Saturday fourteen
ears or eattl lost l.onls. Ulad that Satur-
day laohvaon In place of eundny.
Mr Davit It loading a ear nt thl wrltlngi
inoilng t Claroraor VTe think ho It miking
a mistake bnt his plaea nil! soon bo flllrd
Not only Is a church going tip bnt also a
parsonage which assort us of always basing
a preaotitr The eboroh It to bt ostd for
school and for all others nho want to praeli
when It It not In use by tho renldent minister.
Not. 5 lea?. Siano.
cotr m; i. ruAimooiu.
Hllh the aid or "Tno ftoji" Ike "Chltfttla"
Covrrt a Sin Held.
Tho Chtrokeo council convene! today.
M. Aplltlog of this pralrlt hai tuipendtd
work on the utw railroad.
John Foley leave for Kaniai City Tburs-
dsy next on special business.
Thomas Giles a well knona druggist of
fouthu est City died last week.
Loan Seven the newly elcctod solicitor
has had quite an attack of fovtr but la alonly
mendlug np again
Several or the t'ralrlo boys l.fl for Table-
quah to lake In the council and see the great
change after tho now chlef'a Inauguration.
Several of tho farmert aro (uslly engaged
marketing their grain at Stneca a dlttanca of
twenty-six miles. People say neuetd rail-
road denn tho tine
Tho elite of the Pralrlo gathered at an
oarly hour last YVedne.day tvenlng at the
hindtoine resldeneo of Wllllau l" Mayea and
tbore spent the ironing In a geutral aoelal
way. Vocal and Instrumental inutle wot the
moat Interesting psrt of the programme. Miss
Chliham. of Verikllea Missouri renderid
some cicullsnt mu.le assisted by Ulss Smith
while John Clay and Joseph Kstes bandied
thslr violins to iijaxfsetlon. A vote of thanks
wero tendered Mrs. Mayes forfaters and hos-
pitality. Sot. 7 ISW. Twollovt.
lilt CUKKK S0TLS.
Tfco Uralhir faille lleii logi IViutell and
lisaallful wtather. Indian summer Is
here In all Its glory. Too lovely to laitt dry
Lots of matt for all the hogt but mott of
the firmer havo thelr'a In tho peas They
say It Is "not healthy" for them to run at
large Just now. What a pity.
Moclmeu'e faens nre gronlng long when
tbty think of getting lliolr poereattloa drtuk
oflw water with the thermometer bubbles
around toro Not much alcknesi now among
bonis but losses havo been severe the past
aiimmvr. Ur Jamot Martin counts over la)
hold lost. Someonucrt uf smsll herds have
lost their little all.
All Is quUl and everybody busy If noth-
ing else Is te hi done we can out aid haul a
walnut log and till It for a song orittvalae.
Won't the next generation think wo wore
"trvtli" wheu we let these fine old nut-bear-log
trees go Air a pittance! Saw mill a but-
ilnacxjunolt mljhl!hnngethelliinlir law and
we wl mako hay vihlle the tun shlnos. That
Is to say wo will not ba obliged to drive
aarutt lite state Hue In the night when we are
Well I guest "L'ncle Joel" will toon
"get there." and the "angutt body"ofcuu-
ell will mtet.fiill of rMolvct to do good fur tho
country at largo. I.st eery one be true to
his trust fur this Is truly a critical llrno In the
history of tho Cberokuia IaiI thorn lay aside
personal prejudice and pull for the tight and
shove all lok to our e-lutallonal lulcre.lt
not forgetting that wo are sadly In need or a
stealer nuinbur of primary ichooli especially
In Coonceteoowi'O district The past admin-
istration seems to ha4 bad a craitp In Its
inane op in rgaru to tciioois anil list a urunn
.man It tlicupht the peuplohadlt too We
look loChlerMlyes lotsVotho kluVs out for
ua and make us alt as happy si a big tun
Home lad Ter Nov 3. lfc;7 JrritsB
ooiTti.A isn iuni:M0HBS0Tm.
A Itiattt of IlieflolsjJ Coinlagi an4 7lotngs of
Tno I'roiprreut I'onimaalllts.
S. T Foreman will remove to Vlnlta to se-
cure bolter school privileges for his children
Mrs. Host Tittle of Vlnlta Is visiting her
sitter Mrs. Williams at Mr. Geo. Katon'a.
Mrs. 1) K Allen and family Tlsltol tho
family of John F. Allen on tho Ueney last
Mra. Williams mothsr of Mra. George
laron fell down a stairway and hart horstlf
severely last rrlday.
Hot. li. N. AlUn returned from Fort Gib.
eon last Thursday and proposes to movo Ms
family there this ncik
1'reachlng at tho acliool homo next Sab-
bath. Tho children msct at 10 o'clock and
practice tinging beforo Sunday school.
Tho I.adlea' Missionary society wilt mitt
at the school lionsn Saturday the lltlr at 2
c'clockp.m. II Is hoped all the ladles will
J. F Fortune agent fur the stationery
flrmofnuvtun ASkluner. St lxuli mndn su
uiisucccssliil trip tu Oott stalest Irlday tho
partle he wished to tee all being absent.
MtJ I.tpe Is back at home again but will
soon havo to go to Kort Smith ae a nltnett In
that spring poisoning case which occurred
on his place last summer. (Julio a nn.nber of
thecltleeiisof Oowataaro summoned as wit-
noitoeln tint case.
Mr. Llndiey has returned from hit trip to
IttT. A. D. Jacke moredto this Uurg last
M. 1) Woodson and Dr. I.lnn aro baek
from their hunt. They had plenty offan.
Hots. Crawford and nvans have been hold-
ing a series of raeetlugt at West rolnt school
Mr. Ilosenthal Is pushing the anbterlptlon
for the mission scJiool and finds (rreat eneonr-
agemi.it. The preaching at Claremore will be at 3
o'clock next Sabbath . l'lt-aso note the change
of hour and Le present.
Some cases of alckacss here Just now. Mrs.
f.lndiey has been quite alck for over a woek.
Mr Tceeo Chambers Is now on tho sick list.
Nov. 7 1W7. 1).
TbeSens am! floi.Ipofa Thrills; Conmialty.
Com gathering Is about over.
W. J. McK'ie Is having a well dug.
Will Gott has his stable covered at last.
The atorage prlteof coru In the district Is
tnenty-flvt cents per bushel.
Tlio trial of lilalr lasted eight dayt and
resulted In a verdict of acquittal.
The vi He of I. 8. Sandtra la Ijlng very 111
at their residence In this district.
ftobt McLemura member elect to the na-
tional council Irom this district It very tick.
The buildings on thufsrruof llsm Martin
were eHtlrtly destroyed by Are oue day thla
A white man living on J. K. Wclcb'a
place waa thrown from a wagon during a ruua-
u ay ono day last week aad bad hit leg broken.
JarauNaktdheadhat bion on trial this
week charged with horse stealing. At this
writing no conclusion has lieu reached In the
-A strange Incident la related In connection
with the death or Mra. Land which nas re-
orted last week. Her death occurred about
So'clock. It Is said about a hair hour before
her dsmltc a bird came and sang wry snestly
on the house top
Nor.S 'ST. I'lKi-noio-rceuco.
Tilt! AUAIII SIIIOOIm
Canstt for the Xcn-AlteaJaara of I'cjl.-
KuiToaCniarrAix. "Fralo" osndenseshla
statsmiutsaoai to fit them Into a rtnt-sholl.
1 admire his composition and power or coming
to tho point but th' -o are some statemontt
whieh It Is bttter to expltln. Fur lnstsnce
he said: "The aohool at this place Is said to
be dying from the fatal disease of non-attend-auee
" Men are at liberty to render opin-
ions ss they cbooae and tome night suppose
that the tiaehsr It Incapable of performing bis
work. Others may say the non-attmdanca Is
csossd from eleknesa or carelessness on the
part of tome patron i Anyone It not far
from right In entertaining tbe last two tup.
potltltnt and oipeelally the last en. No
neighborhood la Cooneeteoonee district
needs to maintain a good school mors than
Pryor Creek and none I dare say Is mero
careless and Indifferent generally speaking
than. Ibis one Last spring when the present
teaehercame bore every one was determined
to keep the school going Some of thsm are
eudeavorlng to support tho school) others are
Injuring It by simply neglecting to send their
children. The tescher 1 can safely say has
the gaod rl'lofevtry one In the community
and any non-attendance or anything elto of
the kind cannot Justly cast any accusation
upon him Kvtry patron here bat to tome
extent bad the advantagei of an education
wliieh ahonld bo tn Inducement tolheratotvnd
thiiryoutbt totchool. Tho world Is too far
advanced In civilisation to allow cnyon to
grow up In Ignorance! cud lu bearing distance
of tho school bouse too. No country can be
found v hero tbe youug have a freer access to
school facilities than oura When we cannot
help knowing this no can hardly bear tho
Idea of so many children running riot over the
country and growing up aa Ignorant and crude
as the other animals Hut If thoy don't at-
tend school here Ills not the fault of the teach
er Nobody has said It Is but I simply speak
that no one may form a mistaken Idea.
Nov. S 1W. StqcoTAit.
The practice by tho people of Colley-
villo of depositing all thoir dead cat-
Ho and other refuse across the lino hi
this territory is bolug stopped by the
UASTS lOB SALL I.0VT hTltlltll hTOLKS
(Kaeh nolle of tbe oharacttr Indicated not
exceeding rirrTuoNiw will be Interted two
wevks under this heading for rtrrr casTt).
LOST -lllaek Shepherd fuii abont fear
month old. white stresk In fo Flsder will
be rewarded by leai lug at Skinnor. tUtella A
Co's. imo it. l itrttitiu..
LOST A bay work horse U heads blab.
ID) ear. old saddle ami harftet Wsrks nsd
on halttr. IaA on the loth last Wlllatyror
InforinttloH leading to recovery
7-S Joeil liAOuiiHHrY vtuila Ind. Ter.
BTKAYEI) One dun ware Ulatg face
black maae and la .1. II haodt high Ojeart
eld. Spanish brand on left thigh Also oao
Cliestnut sorrel mare IS)( hands high 9 or It
years old branded h I) on If rt shoulder. Will
pi IS etch far Information or return.
7lf Jai A LKroiu.it Vlnlta I. T.
STItAYhD A dark brawn mare pony bald
tin npainiu urnim sun n u wi leu uiu mar
havo sor V oujani Will pay a reward of M
for Inrorniatleti - Adure.t
atf U K. LtroNoa Vlnlta Ind Ttr.
ST ll.Yi:i-I0 Itew anl-Ooe S.rwir.elil ni.
ley I tllrty brnwnt llhaiult hlxhi iinallapol lu
furelieadi little ithtle on ono hind tuoti ha
hranili ' Was last iwu at Jim llall'a about
Msroliltth Will tayIOrnariiror the till
malorlnairmatloii that will unable mr lu get
II. UK L 11 llKH. Vlnlta I. Tr.
STRAYUn OK STOLKN.-Ono rod
and while pldOd cow 5 years old. no
marks or brands has a brass knob on
one horn. Win pay $3 for tho returu of
cow u Vlnilalf btrayed. If stolon will
pay $50 fur arrest and conviction of tho
thief und return of cow 11. II.Thott.
ST8AYLI) OH STOI.KS-Ono
k hnrte. II 1-1 hands hltrl.. 10 v.r. olil.
Ilrandetl on kit hip ;ti.
inr tunu iinr.n wisii ubui lace u uanua
hltcti. b jrart old liramlo-l on left shoulder
ri.V. on left bin 1 HI. Iloih in iroml hk. i.rt
i i...-.- '.21
uai.t race u uanua
Oct V(l. A liberal roward will be paid for
them etf J O HALL. Vlnlta Ind. Tor.
Klul.KX -lli) It. ward stolen Tuesday
night Ott ti IM7 from 8 T. Vf cut on I'rjor
Creek t'ooweotcoowee district two llaht roan
mans (Ine IS aud uttier n. hands high.
Smaller onu has light ttvteny on right should-
er has small white spot nn Inside or right
thlgil has large kutet and waa thud behind
alx weeks berure stolen 'lb other has scat
on oulttde of Ion hind foot Just abare hoof and
baa vnry sore neck Mares wero not brauded
whentloleil A. reward of v 00 will be paid
for recovery f marea and snu.nu for thUr or
SllJWfuruoUi X WEJI Adalr.ludTer
Blakonov in iii tho hi do luincf ft.
o o "o o o d o o "o
A CAKD TO
P3r If you nro a good judgo of goods n closo buyor cud t&a
S3r want anything in tho Dry Goods Clothing Boot nnd a
r" Shoo Linos wo want to sco you. Wo havo a lino of Dry -a
tQr Goods thut cannot fail to suit you and at prices that no TJiS
tfi?" other liouso can innkc. Wo havo a very cxtonsivo lino of Ta
2r Clothing that wo arc soiling well just como in and sco "a
fOnhow wo aro selling it. In Boots and Shoos wo load them "T&a
tSr all. Wo dosiro to call spceial attention to our Hamilton- "Tea
CSr Brown S2.G0 Shoo for ladies nicost and best goods in -o
l tho market for tho money. Itcmcmbcr tho placo &i
BA.DGDETT & GO.
West Boom Raymond Block
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All accounts on our books which arc passed
duo aro this day closed.
And from this date jiosiiitYij no item will bo
charged to persons whoso accounts aro not sot-
tlatl on the first day of each month.
Vory Kospectfully '
SKINNER RATCLIFF & CO.
Novombor Oth 18S7.' '
TiHS.SPACE IS RESERVED FOU
Said nLi vJScSaVWaJsJaoy
At Patton's Old Stand.
olo oq qjdjdpjd
FALL & WINTER ANNOUNCEMINT Of
CHOUTEAU IND. TER
BY SQUARE AND HONEST DEALING WE HOPE TtK
MERIT THE PATRONAGE OF THIS COMMUNITY.
Full Line of Ranch supplies Always on ML
HA choico assortment of r
ATS & CAPO
When in need of anything in
this lino givous a call and wo
STOVES 0" 'all d winter stock of
Clothing is complete. Wo so-
lleotcd suitable goods for our
. I customers. Call and examine
Our stock pf Grocorics is fresh jx tt lJVf f?ATrPC!
and selected with tho greatest X1UX JuJlT.LliiLN J O..
I enre. Everything that is usu-
i ally kept in a first-class Grocery i
j storo can bo found in our storo. '
New and Seasonable Dress Goods.-
n?tLe Best ZFloiar
To be had in the country. It is from tho Celebrated Imperial Mills'
at Sweet Springs Mo.
l-XA.l.DAV-tVPvE STOVES T-IWAJSE.
FrankTurpln 8. II Fott. J 61. Moody.
TURPIN FOSS & CO
.For the purchase and sale of
KJ-OHee Exchange UulUllng.-ta
E. ST. LOU9S ILLS.
jJWT-Made on Consignments.
Wo refer to Q. W. Green Vinlta I.T.
G G DALY & CO
To Coipnwi and Cattle Shippers :
Wo would respectfully call your
attention to our facilities for tho
salo of Indian Cattlo and solicit
your shipments. Our now man in
tho cattlo department Mr. K. A.
Griflip is vory popular with buyers
and is giving general satisfaction !
toBhippors. Wo attend to all
sales personally and can guaranlco
you highest market prices and
prompt cash returns.
You will find it to your interest tu
Cv C DALY A CO.
Nationa? Stoch Yimht
frr-m TT A - r'IT
V .11. XTJLXX. V OJJ i.
Boots and Shoos
Embracing several of tho most
popular brands and will soil
Tlio Pheasant Hill school is opon
for day scholars. Board in private
fumilius on rcasonablo terms
Tultiun Only $ I Per Month.
lfouso commodious and furnish-
ed with good desks.
Miss A. O. Bodino of Mansfield
Ohio an experienced and accom-
plished teacher in charge.
Cash Stewart & Overitreet
No. 15 Exchange Building.
ITc-tionjil Stools Tor-da
East St. Louis - Illinois.
)East of Tiiack(
Has a Nice Lino of Staple and.
Fruits and Vegetables Always.
Kept in Stock.
All dosoriptiona of Country Pro-
duce including Hides Furs
and Wool bought and sold
WGivo Mo a Call."f
EA8T SIDH OF TRACK)
Staples and Kanoy
Flour Feed It ProvWout. ';
MAKES A SFBOIALTY 0 fMl-
Oil X-rmay Ximaiylm
1 1 ate lu c I lit; ml to tti.r fowhi naivni o trnoatJ
liifL i - 11 .ouar rH'l
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 9, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 10, 1887, newspaper, November 10, 1887; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70993/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.