Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 40, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 14, 1888 Page: 3 of 4
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Vinita Ind. f r.n. Jukij i-t1l88S.
Local Railroad Timo Tables.
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Bf. I.OUM ft SAN FRANCISCO KA1I.WAV.
Ex from St. I. to Tnlia
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Through concli from St. Iotils to Tnlta .
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Ylnita . . Tml.Tcr.
TCOKT.IBlt & It.UJItY
PHYSICIANS A S Ulia EONS
VINITA 0. N.
Offlcs In Kaymoml building room 10
A ". FOKKIIAX
I'll Y SIC I A N A S URGEON.
WrOnpo in front room of Skinner
lUtclifl &. Co's buildinp upstairs.
VINITA INI). TER.
J T. IUYIH
Residence on Military romt near Sul
phur Springs. Uallr attended to day
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Fractal attention given to locating and collect-
ing claims. Ilr perveveranco. Iionor ami
Integrity 1 M9 to morlt patrnnaga.
Chouteau - - Ind.Tcr.
T II. AKIN "'
Vlnltn Indian Territory
Offiro: room 6 Oporn llmiso block.
iuWlll practice hoforo nil tlioconrts
or tho nntion. l'ltrtlonlar nttontion
Klven to citizenship cases. 01 C
T)E!L & TAYLOU r-
A TTORNEYS-A T-LA IK.
4. M. Dui.. Kclio. I. T.
J. ll.TATi.onJn. Cl.elaoa I.T.
THOU II. llAIINM. . M.ailLETTE.
A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W.
Office cornur of Urci'ii nnd Garrison Arc
FORT SMITH AUK.
Cttmtnal liuelneaaln U 8 Court a apeelalty.
JONATHAN UOUK '
Attorney-At-Law nud U. H. CommlK-
klonrr for Civil Uiislncvs.
Commissioner of Deeds Tor tlic fol-
lowing states In till) Indmr Territory :
Kansas Misaonri AikuneiiH mid
Will Rcknrinlptleo Deeds adminis-
ter oaths nm lako dt-positiona to le
need In Hip above states.
Special attention ulwn to tlie rol-
Icrtlon ol forulqu claims nnd lor Block
killed aud daiitvvgta hv railroads.
Ollluo hi Oparu llouao Mock.
Vinita - - lsn.Tan.
IIpalr Work a S infinity.
BSrAt L. L. Cniiohfiolil it Co's
Store West of Tr.iok.
VINITA - IND.TEU.
-y L. IIKNTON
Houto 6ign and General Painter
Paper Hanger Cto.
Wall paper an J window thadei kept on sample
VInltn : : Ind.Tcr. 77
PLASTERER & CISTERN BUILDER
Vinita - Intl. Tor.
Vinita Ind. Ter.
Ono iloor eouth W W Miller's Hardware
HEALS AND BED 20c EACH
Hoard by the week 83.50.
rT-KvarjthiiiKflr.t-olata. Ulv ma a rail.
30-33 Miih. Cook Manager.
a XIUIKSON aTWaIIiiANIi
Organs Sowing Machines
T"UmU'rUUnif-'iubolmlntf a 8llty.
Chotopa - - - Knnsas.
n T. HHKJI.VN
Parnlture Coilins Sowing Machines.
Thirteen yrart spil'iiru ai an nnjurtaker
alaVetaapvtlalty orinlialnilng 731
Tlil lintrilrr noicr Ynrlf
A man el r.r
iiurltr arui:tli an. I wiiio
emiiMi. ai titan mo oviiina
not It aotJ in toiniietitiun v
ii lnmry kiiitU aiin ran-
iln.it with Ihu multlliitln
(tflow I it niott vrviaiit slum or pluiUal
tio lets bodl only ui raui I! i.At Jlisi vi.
PuKPKUM 4-"jW1I K I l
P t ROYAL K;'.!! J 1
w.iMttJrthirw tgitiiwihwi muiMijafia
Mow down llio woods.
Vliorola tho atroot apriuklir?
Mlaa Emma Ilccl: Is llio fortunato
posHesaor of n now plnno.
C'nliin crook lnat Bntnrdny had
tlio iipponrnnco of amnall Inko.
Homo intcrcatlrift correspondence
crowded out this wock on account of
arriving too Into.
Mrs. M. 0. Hawking brought ns In
n bunrTi of rr.dlshos tho largest ono
weighing two pounds.
Mr. O. W. Franklin received a now
tip-right piano lnat wook which Mill
liercnftor decoralo his home.
Our readers should not fail to keep
ancyo on our "Iluslneas Local" de-
partment. Thoro's millions in It.
Wanted Tho address of a laundry
in tho cltywhcro soap and starch aro
used. Address "Kox" euro of Chief-
tain. Tho Uhelopa Statesman announc-
es that Hon. P. O. Matthows of Vlul-
ta will deliver tho oration In Oliotopa
on tho 4th of July.
J. O. Hall shipped six cars of cat-
Ho to St. liuli ovor tho Frisco laat
Sunday. Tlioy woro an cxcoptionably
nice looking bunch.
Flotch McOomb who wont out to
his brother's somo timo ago with his
four limbs in a sling was abla to walk
back last Friday night.
Tho Vinita delegation havo return-
ed from 81. I.011I1. They report a
ploaeant timo a largo crowd nnd an
The recent blockada had tho effect
of making tho hotel business good and
tho proprietors or tho lfttols and eat-
ing housos worn all happy.
Wo acknowledge" an invitation to
tho fourteenth commencement oxer-
cises of Drury collcao at apriiigGcId
which occurrod Juno Oth to 1 1th.
Tho small boy's bathing stilt Is
not changed Irom tho ono ho woro last
summer. It is tan color with occa-
aional frccklo dots.by way of diversity.
Tho Congregational folka olwrved
ChlldrenB' day last Sunday vtltli tho
usual exorcises viz appropriate songs
and recitations. Tho church was doc-
orated for tho occaaion with green
boughs (lowers etc.
Tho growing demand for prairio
bay indicates that it is becoming ono
of tho important industriss of our
country and tho operation .in liny Is
becoming n very paying business.
Mako hay while tho sun shinos.
Tho building commltleeof Gallo-
way collogo adrortlso this weok for
bids ou brick. Mr. Legg llio archl-
Uct of St. I.ouis will bo hero in a few
daysTfith tho plans and specifications
mil as aoon as possible the work of
construction will begin.
Tho phantom social Tuesday night
proved to bo a very Interesting one.
Uclng something out of tho ordinary
lino it draw n largo number of enthu-
siastic patrons and a pleasant evcnluit
was spent by all prcecut. The receipts
amounted to $10.15.
--Dr. Wall who for a long timo haB
been BulTeriog from weak lungs start-
mi last week (or Colorado overland
but on reaching Big Cubiu creek was
auddonly atncknn with dysentery aud
compelled to return. Iliscasola con
sidered very dangerous.
ltev. J. C. Softon of Obotopn wng
a northbound passcngorou last Thurs-
day's train. Ho had been through a
considerable portion ol northern Tex-
ns and sayA that cotton jind corn aro
not so far ndvanccd thero afin tho vi-
cinity ol Eufatila In this torrltory.
Micaes Maud and May Rogers
Kilo ami Gortio Foreman nnd Minnie
mid Vickio l.lpo passed through Vini
ta last Thursday on thoir way homo
(rotn school. Miss Maud Kogors has
been attending tho Howard Fomalo
collcgo at Fnyolto Minouri while tho
other young ladies aro from llurroll
Instltuto at Muskogeo.
J. II. Akin was appointed by Chief
Mayes to represent tho Cherokco na-
tion in tho McClcllan cnttlocaeo beloro
Agont Owen. This caso Is creating
a groat deal of interest on account of
tho national questions involved and
tho ton thouantid dollars' worth of cat-
tlo at slako. Jim is to bo congratulat-
ed on his appointment.
IIcayy U.uxs. Tho hoariest rain
which has visited this section (or a
number of yours fall hero last Fiiday.
Within a few hours from tho timo tho
storm com in en cod tho rivors wero
overflowing their bauks In many pine
ei fences wero carried oil" nnd bo-
tneon horo aud Ohctopa (l'o railroad
bridges woro swopt away and nil
trains wcro abandoned. For a short
timo tho Missouri i'acillc business was
trensforrod at Vinita and sent ovor
Uallm Hack. Two of tho prisoners
McFioId and Cokor who mado their
escape from Deputy Iibelt'a custody
last Weduoaday morning were over-
hauled near Olarcmoro last Friday
night by Mr. Isboll and posso. It ap-
pears that tho guards had neglected to
properly chain tho prisoners tho night
provioui and in the early morning
tboy quietly departed. At tho water
tank west of town their ahackles were
found and flvo miles this sldo of Clare-
tnoro tho prlsonors woro run down.
Duncan the olderly prisoner who
made hiaeacapo at tho same timo haa
not been heard from; MoFlold aud Co-
ker claim that he was asleep whon
they lolt tho camp. Mr. Isbell how-
ever expects to havo Duncan safely
chained huforo many days as hois tin-
I nuie to niovo very rapiuiy or iravoi
Dxitii in I.iniiT.siKo During Fri-
day morning's storm Mrs. Johnson
Ldula was struck by lightning and in-
stautly killed. Tho family roaido nt
Houry Uallurd's furni ou llorso crook.
It beoina that Mrs Louis had beoit do-
ing somo outdoor work and 011 roturn-
lug had occasion to ontor tho tippor
story of tho building whon tho bolt of
lightning utruck (oaring tho houso to
piiiceuulul killing Mrs. I.ortls. Other
membura of tho family wuro more or
loss bruisuil by falling timbers. Mrs.
Lewis was known as a most osllmablo
Indywhohhd tho canlldeiico ami to-
loom of 11 largo rlrclc of friends all of
wliuin oxtetid llmlr sincoro aympathy
to the heart-brokeu husband mid chil
dren who hnvo so mulduuly been de-
I lived of wifoond motlior Tho bo.lv'" '" "inuwr auiaouri nr win u
l iniu ui iioniui iiininer 1110 ooay ... .al.0Tln-.... .1.... ...... ..
(-vaa removed to Vmita nnd buried on
i 1 -
tho lull lut t unday ttftornoyn
-Mra lltnry ElirMt la Tltltlng frland In
-lira Ida II all of Spilngntld K vtntlng
It. n. Knight and n. I matin? araln
Carlliags tlda wrrk.
IJlMta I'flnllne and Julia l'atton rtlaratil
from UnikOKta tilt wtok
llr. Johnaon Thotnpton anit aon Joifpli
returned to Ii!'; beae In 1 ablcnuali Sunday
tloliert Lynch who bra lien vlilllng hit
motharln JIsjitIIIo Arkaniaa roturnad to
Jtra. I.. I.. Cratchflatd It -rtaltlntr at har
old home In Jaokaburrongh Tcxaa and will
b abtent teraral weelta.
lion Martin or Rprlngrtold vliltad with
Ma brother Out ol thlt tlty for a few daya
and ratnrneU homa laitlbnriday
Mr. J. T. MoSpaddin and wife ratornad
laat Bnnday from St I.onlj atopplng orer
night In VInltn to visit frlenda here
Mra. I V Unmmlna and Mra J. E. Camp-
bell earn In from Allntra Toeiday Mm.
Campbell returning the day following.
Mlitea IlaboTbompton and l'annlo I'arka
irhohafa been attending tchool at Fayette
Minouri arrlred home the latter part of latt
Kdward Choutean a aon of W M. Chou-
teau cam In from Kanina City laat Thuri-
day. Althonghbllndhola well educated and
a Bne muilclan.
Mr.'nnd Ur. U. K Mlllord are OCT on an
extended trip. They will visit In a number of
ttatea and will attend th Chicago contention
bofor they return.
Uoe Denny returned from St Iula lait
8unday. Doc w learn hat bloomed out In-
to a red hot polltloal apeaker and made a
nmnbtr of tpeeehet while In Bt lAnlt.
W are pleated to not that Dr. Oalloway
aftar a ten week't tltg In hit tick room
made hit appearance down atalrt for the Crt
time latt Sunday. "Rlehard It blmtelf
Monday's llaso Hall Unino Won by tho
An enthusiastic audionco witnessod
the opening game of thosoason at city
park Monday between the Vinita and
I'rnlrio City teams. The Prairio Citys
arrivod about noon and proved to be
a healthy looking nine so much so
that after tho home club had talcon
ono good look at them thoy felt dubi-
ous and until tho first two Innings wcro
played it was tho general impression
that Vinita could not play hall. At
litis point tho "rtravos" went In for
goro or glory taking tho lead in tho
third inning which thoy held through-
out. Tho following is tho ecora :
Walker a. a 1
Crocket r. r S
Ilea. i.:r 1
Walker 0 ". S
Crocket tb 1
lllley.sb . 1
Crocket 1 b 1
Aeuff c. f 1
Total : IS
Trott.l.b '. 2
Sheltnn a. a t
Doyla p 4
IIcCrary 1. b 6
WrlKht e f ..1 a
nndltall r f t
McDonald I. f J
r-rentlca 0 1
Ilatler.S. b (
Innlnrt-v 1 S 8 4 S 6 7 8 9
PralrUCtty: t 0 0 9 3 S 1 I 1-13
Vinita 3 0 A J 1 5 S 0 -94
Tho principal features ot tho gamo
was tho heavy batting of Trott nnd
Wright for the homo team and tho ex-
cellent catching of Itoas in tho fH Id
and Walker behind tho bat for the
visitors. The gamo was umpired by
The Prairie City club is a gentleman-
ly lot of boys who playad bard and
took their defeat good nntnrcdly while
tho "ilrnvos" hnvo covered themselves
with glory nnd wo will carvo thoir
names lu undying marbio and place
the slab over tho front door of tho now
college on tho hill
The gonoral idea Is that 100 miles
makes littlo differenco in tho advance-
mout of ttio soason. A trip to Fort
Pcott will disabuse tho mind on this
point. Hero corn is up to tho waist
nnd much of It "laid by" whllo there
It Is from three inches ton foot high.
Mr Llndtey It to ba found at home now.
A vacation tauool will ba taught In the
new church by llev. McClellan.
Tho new Tietbytei'lan church at Clara-
more wilt b dedlcatod next Sabbath June
17. Her N. W. Illll.D. D.wlll preach the
aermon at 11 a. m. Scrvlcei will begin on
Friday Night and will beheld on Saturday at
11 a in nndSn m 1 Sunday at 11 n. ru.3 p
m and 8 All are Invited to coma and bring
wcltniledbaitele. l'rovlaton will bo made
for dinner on tho gronnd l'reaehlng by Rove.
Miller and Allan and we liopa to continue th
meeting afttr Sabbath. The church building
It eubitantlal at etteaUdby tho lata ttorm.
Junt 13 m. J.
-Jemea Van Votten la wll again.
J. A. Foreman took a trip to St. Ifnlt
Charley Foreman It to be found at the
S S. Stephen taught latt wtek for bit
Chlldren'a day vxtrcltet on 8abbath want
off all right.
Joolletn wat at horn latt Sunday lilt
All get rtady to attend the dedication
at Claremore noxt Sunday.
The Sunday lohool picnic ftlltJ becauio of
tho heavy raln Saturday.
TIckeli are now glvan th Sunday tchool
acholara. Stnd your elillartn to th Sunday
Jnul9 ISM. D.
J K. St It foreman of notion CI vlee
Th lumber la on th ground for our black
Mors rain. Friday and ISatnrday w bad
thehardoit rain of the aeatoa.
J. W. 8Uor.tr wat on th tUk lilt a day
r two latt week but It abont again.
Chat Sthaverhaa hit new haute ou th
Whltuey pltc compltttd and hat moved
Mr. Sklnuer hat tttVtl off a farm Jutt
aouth of the Smith farm on the will ild of
a n. Itlaiiardton U down with a uvar
attack of th flux but I oenvaleiclng and w
truil will toon bo out again.
J W Skinner haerimoredhlifumllyfiom
Vinita to Adair and It tafoly domlcllid lu th
ttstlon houto furmtrly osoupleil by Mr. l'anl.
Dr. Uarretaon hat teulvid bit new mower
nnd rak and la balling hay near l'trry twitch.
Thallr. opta tMlp awi ears of hay during
Thar will be no earvleta at th Unlvirtal-
lit church next Sunday Jun17th aa Htv
Uark wlllueabatnt preaching a fuiicral tor-
i .-.-.-w . ... .
w a o
SPKClil TiM.KlJl'AlI touRKsromxci.
"OImbII" llltet Ik llatl-ftptrlal Meiilent of
Coitt-A lty PleaSadatnly
Dimtiet ly Bl Vchaolt aad Charthit The
lllttk rue i Ullllag I Cinndlia
On evening not long i.lnee at William
(bitter known 11 "Uiirnlt") aon of Triatnr-
r llobeit lloia wea riding ont home hla
horao itnmbled and fill with Mm. The horje
nil badly bruited about th head wldlo
"nitcult" striking on hli head recelvnl
inch Injurlei that he came back to tho doctor'!
thop for npalra. lllabrnliei and cute war
Ther wer two ipeclal leiitona of Tahle-
qnah district court thla past weik Judge
John Wolf prattdlng tlm flnt btlng on Mon-
day the 4th to try Jno Iltalr for larcany. In
atoalluga hone It will b recollictrd John
waa very badly thot tome month! ago Imme-
dlattly aftorthnonof ex-Jnnga W. Walker
wat killed tllalr waa with him and the enly
living wltncn and It Ii anppotcd th Inten-
tion wat to get;hlm out of the way He lay at
death'a deer a long while and attonlibid
verybody by getting well that It he It not
well yit bnl It abt lobe ont viry ploarant
day. Thlt trial for hone atiallni! waa pnt off
until the Uth hut biciutaof the abttnee or
an Important wltnett for th difinn.
On Wodneiday Cth court again convimdto
try Grant Heaver larceny bone aliallng
After court openad It waa atcertaluid that the
can overreached th Jnrltdletloii of dlttrlct
court the damages being aitetittl at over
100. Th cat wat thennt for trial biforo
bit honor Oeo Jlingi circuit judgo. I am
told by on whotayahaknowa and who ought
to know that thtro hai been torn great mil-
tak or blonder and that whin thecaiacomie
up for trial It will ba found that the damagea
are not (too and It will b refund back
to the dlttrlct court for trial.
Mra Henry Corel wife of Chief Mayea'
Interpreter bai bun In poor health for aoma
tlm. and expected to go to Vlnlla thla latt
weik for treatment by Dr. Fortner but ski
wat too feeblo to nndertako the trip.
On Saturday John Onnter one of the atto-
elatei forming tho cltltenthlp commliilon
court rocelved a dispatch from hit brother
Uoorge that hli wife died at their home after
n very abort ilckncts on th night before.
George Uunter It a member of tho lower
home branch of th Cherekee national coun-
cil. John eayi It leaet hit brother with flv
mall children to care for They inrily bar
lb aympathy of all frlindi.
W hava bad heavy ralnt which ralnd th
tmallatreamato raging torrenti and ayatn
irloutly Interfcrrcl with work on th brick
yard entailing a Ion of not leu than IS Coo to
20000 brick alto effectually Interrupting and
ttopptng work on thaniw building for there
waa not a brick laid In th walla thlt latt
wnk. Th ncond kiln Ii new rtady and
"they aay" the brick It of much better quali-
ty than thcta or the flnt kiln now In the
01 flnt thlngi (vegitablei or frnltt) appln
green corn piachea and obirrlm may bo men-
tioned. Tho peaches came from Texai.
Yqur correspondent bat been Informed that
th Preibylcrlan tchool will not be rnovd
from her to Claremore or anywhere ell but
thero will bs loon ereoted a commodloui
tchool building here and It Ii lobe ready for
tb mil ichotl teuton.
Work on enlarging of tho Pretbyterlau
church will soon commence. When comput-
ed It wilt b th fineit and largnt church
building In the territory.
On latt night 10th wat held In the Treiby-
tirlan chnrch th regular meeting of the
"Catherine nrowu" aocUty prldid ovr by
Mrs. Mlllor John Rots who with A. X.
Chambirlln of Vinita rcprtteatid at dele-
gatet tb I'reibyterlan work among thaCher-
okenat thereceot grand gincral ammbly.
In Philadelphia gavo a report of hit trip etc.
Mri. Jane Stapler who accompanied the dele-
gation alto gava a rnoit Interesting ittttment
or tome thlngi the wltnened and wat partak-
er or. Thlt brlngt np your eorreip'ondent to a
remembrance of hit "raalti" ln ittttment
glvtnln Hit week'a Cnixmis In which be
Ignorantly and Innocently gat credit wrong-
fully. In caylni that tho tiOO for helping to en-
large th Pretbyterlan church hore wat aecur-
nl j th delegate! l'.on sud Cbambcrlln
when at he waa anbiequently Informed
"thy knew nothing about It and had no
hand lu It at all" at It was secured by Mrs.
Stapler and our daughter Annie who went
from Philadelphia to Mew York and there
befere the committee and the board plead 10
earneitly and effectually ai to ncuri for ui
that tplendld donation Yon did t'je ladles a
very great Injuitlci last week and I want you
to apologize and axplaln In ynr next letter
and give credit where It belonga Nov lit.
Editor! am always ready to mak tb amende
honorable and I want you to print tuoio ex-
act wordt for I don't want again to ba ballad
In public on the ttreet and atked to "Go right
along with m and face Mre Miller with that
tateinint for the never told you any inch
thing." Print It all.
Of altlzenthlp court procsadlngi tbirt la bnl
one case to report Th only one preientid
thlt latt wnk John Black living In Delaware
dlttrlct adteriely for claimant utterly failed
to establlth Cherokee blood but did establish
an alliance to "blood" of a race of people
much more akin to applicant's nnao than to
the Cherokee people Thlt can waa managed
by th celebrated belligerent lawyer and
litigant the ltev laaao Mode who haa II gor-
ed to prominently In our Delaware court tha
put four cr fle yesrt. He baa been debarred
from practicing In tho courta of that dlttrlct
beeauioha will not pay a fine Impoied by ax-
Judge Clark for carrying a plitol. Judge
Wyly attornoy for tb nation permitted (him
to topreaent thla "lltack" cata before the
court Tho trial lasted two dayi. A number
orwltntiiet were Introduced and Attorney
Mode took roll and preclio notes or everything
and many wer ready to listen to a powerful
and elaborate effort from the learned attorney
nut all were doomed to bitter disappointment
for he didn't spread himself wort a centl
Tho evidence waa 10 plain and "Black" tha
rate wai merely aubmlttid without a word
from tho heavily feed attorney. II waa re-
marked by iome one "Thal'a tha moilicn-
ilble thing Mode erordld In hli llf."
On the th tbehlef received a dlipatch from
Canadian district to the effect that a terrible
tragedy had Jutt been enacted In aald district.
William Drew had thot fatally Metier tha
national tollcltor. and although hlmitlf
wounded had aurcoedej In erecting hi ca-
cape acron th Arkantai river and yeatirday
William Venn the ihirlff of th dlttrlct with
three mm left Tahlcqnah In purmlt or tha
f ugltlv who It I said was met and recognis-
ed near thlt place ou Saturday while making
lilt waT north towarda ba'.ln. Particulate
of tha affray have not yt developed. Sheriff
Vann aald Sevier eouid not live being thot
clear through the bowelt.
June IS IMS Ocnicxa.
Fall term opona September Jlh INd. Hoard
for atudtats tl 00 er week. All or latt yean'
toaehere ro-engagtd. Mr McCarthy will vis-
it th towns eal and sonth of Vlnlla early In
August In th Interest of lhoiiol.
It. F Foarxin
Secretary Hoard of Directors.
Died alleraihort lllneti at hir home near
Alluwe I. T on the 6th Inslaut Mra. Cora
I... wlfaofW. V. Carey In her isth year.
The aohject ot this notice for her many vir-
tues will i sadly mined by her many rrlsnds
and relatives for ah had been a good and
loving wife a kind and affectionate mother
aud a devout and ateadfast Christian. 8u
died at she had lived lovwlby all who knew
Iter In ber latt moments tha felt that her
slu wer rorglvcn and that a horn In heaven
awaited her at a reward for th exemplary
life ah had llvod Her married Ufa embraced
nearly eight yrara. during which tlm two
daughter war bom to Mr. th older little
llunnlo died raor than a year ago breaking
ono link In their little family chain which
was remembered by the mother for In her
lait momcutaah tpokoof ecelng bar darling
child hovering around herdylng bed ready to
aecompauy her to bearon. Tho younger little
Slum it lost than four yeara old and Is left to
go throngh thlt cold and frtcndlcit world with-
out a motlut'a love aud cart Th bereaved
husband has tha aympathy of the entire com-
muuity for lilt great and tad lota and alt hop
that th aching void In Ida heart wHlrectlr
consolation rent the fact that what It hit ion
will ba her elPWk) gaio A ' J
Warmer - : - :
Makes us think of
Thon llio question that naturally follows is. wlicro is the host and
cheapest pi ft co to got thorn? That question is easily
answered. It is a well-known fact that
;$ adge ft
SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY FIRM
In tho Torrltory.
"We carry the
TO HE FOUND IN VINITA.
Wo havo largo lines of Dry Goods for llio 8ummor Trade. They
aro away down in prico and away up in quality. In
For inon youths and boys wo lake tho lead. For summer wear
wc havo a largo lino of Alpaca Scorsuckor and Flannel Coats and
Vests that aro stylish and comfortablo. Thoy nro all that could bo
desired. Wo havo nlso a very full lino of suits of all grades and
BOOTS JSTTD SHOES
We tako tho iaad by a largo majority.
Wo havo tho finost lino to bo found anywhere In low bIioos and
slippers wc havo a great varioly to select from. Thoy novor fail to
plonc. Wo still keop tho Ilamilton-Ilrown Shoo Co's. $2.50 Shoos
lor ladies tho best shoo in the world for tho money.
III II TO Wo always please
111 tlA I u nobbicBt and our
Largest slock of Summer Undorwoar in
ALSO LARGE LINE OF TItUNKS AND VALISES. In fact wo
havo everything that our compolitora havo and a great many
things that thoy haven't got.
Remember tho name and plnco.
W. R Badgetb & Co.
West Room in Raymond Building
T 3E3 "77"
io m 1 1 n
Again to The Front With a Complete Stock of
GENERAL MERCPIANDISE ! ! ri
An dor o daily in reooipt of Fresh Now Goods. Our stock of
Boots Shoes .- &&
Glass anjl Qugonswaro
Tin and "ypodonwaro
Is not surpassed by any houso in this country. Wo nlso hnndlo
Lumber Sash Doors
Lime Cement Salt-
Flour Bacon Lard.
Aha O it atr f rflArt4o 4rtH 4IA
rttu vyiumi nuuiita iui
WAGONS JOHN DEERE PLOWS 39JS&
iiimtiroTiiiP MgniniitDW . ra.'vKon two cht'dreu rUheJ la the
nunvcoiinu lHWrnrc.?ecenlly. i .J.V. K.veria mm wir uAmy
- "W"e3tlxer I
coolor garments for
VV JL-J-gLjcR.. :
Our styles aro tho
prices tho lowest.
tho city nnd tho
VINITA I. T
Chouteau I. T.
)JLfntlrl DriHt'iuinnit U ITTOI1 T? I
uiu avunu ...n.uni.uu WM"VtrHotel at
( xq wm
Dry GOODS Etc.
-)Edst Room in Raymond IIouso.(-
Old Stand of Vim.;am Litti.k & Co.
This is to call tho attention of tlioso intending to purcliate good? d
any kind to my exhibition of the largest und best
selected stock of
Dry Goods Boots Shoes Clothing;
Hats and Groceries
Ever brought to this market. I will not offer an inducement in nnjf
ono articlo as I intend to
Soil thorn all cheap aliko.
W. W. MlLLEE & CO.
General Hardware Dealers
1 Car Ui of Dalit Hay State
1 Car Load Standard Mowers
A.nd Sullty Ralcos:
SO Dozen Screen Doors
30 Doron Window Screen Frames
Large Lot Screen Wiro all widths
Ico Cream Freezers Water Coolers Hammocks
Ono Nest of Canary Bird Cages
One Nest of Mocking Bird Cages
And man' other arlicloa oi this character too numerous to men
tion which must bo eohl boforo tho season is out.
Ono Car Load of Acmo Hay Rickora and Sweep Rakes.
Theso Machines arc of tho Latest Improvement and
Will pay for themselves in ono month.
Wo aro also agents for thi
OTT f TVTT'IOJSr IMLGJZmSIIUm.
SKINNER RATGLIFF ii CO.
Benj. McLean & Co.
KANSAS CITY MO.
rirt-n ai on m on
V-'J-i.rw w J
Goods arc handic-Ll" tZfa u
figured at hlgllOfla-eorMoDouuld andwllU ft'la
r" "..r.i... i
.cJnowlnB aigoa p.. " -
be bad been disturoeu
nnrt tno rlalox
.e Ih. lUtla
AllltTa prlion.r war. mora or
.leJinvirihaavaoU and but lew
alpt atur the dUturUice
K QkTMw adawfWBnwlWBl.js
VINITA I t:
Come and sees
fct fvT.! l 1 ted.M
- s. uu tw wa-A-w ctlOtt Of
.. -r.;i nt thaWAter '-ti'
- Trcr " :;. nd hefor;
tt-wMw":ST. tta ie-
aecUon eruahed Into '
vraa oauiy ---
car aa '
wrecked the. Utur W
- - .".
loaaev """ kil
of thorn tawSSlM Md
oceurr.0. - 2aAtal)ato
a tarnu maw -'
tu .coad i vr.! ie :
B.' VL'.::";-.r fir iuu -cTie. r. r ..
np ius uu v. --.- Ma I cut j -- -tiblo
to bit ouarur "'! 'IaliUrllrol ?? '
i vm "" '
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 40, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 14, 1888, newspaper, June 14, 1888; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71024/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.