Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 14, 1889 Page: 4 of 4
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IUB OKLAHOMA. UILL.
wnrl1ensj of t&o OprlEwor
Passed by tho Houbo.
JMw ilio I.anits Are to lie Open.it Tor Set-
Mcmnnt S.etlons Reserved For School
4 rarpoee A Commission to He
FoltOTrJnif l th Springer OHahmn.
1!H crh en hat passed tho Honsa of Hcpre
tentative! and Uotr atvnltt the action of
A bill to organize the Territory ot Oklahoma
and for other purposes
Ih it tiuittrtl if Iht Knott an lleu if Ktprt.
lintat.ttl BftU Cntltd Blatli Amtrle In
Brcnoir 1. That nil that part of the United
Btat-s included within tha following limit ex-
.rept uch portions thereof aa It herein tier
esprrss y esr mpted from the orcrat'ons ot thlt
acl to win Dounded on the west by tho Btato
of Tokos and tho Territory of Sew Mexico) on
the north by tho Btatn of Colorado and tbo
Btnlo of Kansas on tho east by the reserve-
Hon occupied by the Chrrokeo tribe 6f tndlant
etl of the Htntty-slxth Meridian of wett
longltodo. and by tbo Crook Blmlnolo and
Chloktisavr reservations and on the -south by
tho Creek Slrnlnole and Chickasaw reservations
and tho Bute of Texan comprising; what It
known aa '.ho TnM e Land Strp and all that part
of the Indian Trrrtt-y not nctuallr occupied by
the Sro etvldzcd tribe. It created Into a
to-enorary (ro.cmmcn' by thonnme of the Ter-
ritory of Oklahoma Trended That nothing in
thli act shall bo construed to Impair the rights
of persons or propertv or to Impntr any patent
w or right of occupancy of land now pertain-
Int; to the Indian in tald Territory under
tho lawa and treaties ot the United
States executive orJer or otherwise or to In.
rluile anT.l-rrltorr becupted by any Indian
tribe for which title hut beon eonreed by
patot or otherwise from the United Btates or
to which uch trlba my be entitled by law ex
ccutivo order rlcbt of oecupaney or treaty
without the ronton! of said lilbe. or nny f-rl.
tory which by trettyor nercement with any ;ru
dlan tribe Is not without the consent ot said
trior to be Included within tho territorial llmltt
of Jurlsdle Ion of any State or Territory; but
nil such territory shall be exrepled cnt ot the
boundnrlot and commute no part of the Terri-
tor of Oklahoma until said tribe shall slguiry
its astent to the President of the United Biatet
o bo Included in the said Territory of Okla-
homa except for Judicial purposes as provided
herein rrtontrcct the authority of tho Govern
toent of tho United States to make an regula-
tion or enact anr lav miDecllnr man Indium-
their lands property or olholr rights which It
wonld hare been competent to mako br enact It
this act bad never pasted.
Srsa . That then shall bo a Governor See-
retary Legislative Aascrsbl-v Bnpremo Court
Attorney and Marshal for said Territory who
shall b appointed and selected under the pro-
vlslons of title S3 chsptcr I of the rented
statutes of tho United States relating to the
Government of all the Territories The pro
villous of tald title shall hare the same force
and ttleel In the Terri u7 of Oklahoma as In
olbor Territories of tho United Btatesi Tro-
Y.ded. that tho Le-tslallvo Assembly and Dele-
Kate to tho Itoute . Rpresenlatlrcs shall bot
be elected until the President shall orderi
Provided further. That no eerson shall lA m.
titled to TOto at the first election or to be
elected to any om.ee who hu not been a bona
.Boe resident of sMd Territory for tlitr dan
j ttreTlous to ssld election. And prorlded tufther
that rbe Ooane I In said Territory shall eontltt
oi iniriecn meraMrs ana the House of lltpre
sentatlves shall consist of Irrcnty-slx raembera
which may be Increa od to thlrti-htne.
Sec 8. That tho Coninitutlon and laws of
the United Slates which are not locally Inap-
plicable shall hare the same force and effect In
raid Territory of O lthoma aa elsewhere In the
rnltrt States Provided that nothing; In thlt
net shall bo construed to Interfere with the
local governments of any of the Indian tribes
which may now be provided for by the laws
and treaties ot the United Slates or which
may exitt In mnlorraltr thereto: And nrovlded
further that tbo Bnpremo Court of the Terri
tory snsu nave ur suction and shall embrace
all causes or action erlm-t and offenses arts n
-within the limits ot the Territory organised by
thlsaKt and all laws heretofore passed grant-
ing Jurisdiction to United States courts within
the limits of said Territorr are herebT reDealed
but cases now pending shall be prosecuted to
their final disposition therein the same as If
wis net had not been passed.
Era i. That tho section ot country lying be
tween the Btates ot Kansas. Colorado and
Texas known as the Public Lan I Mrtp. Is
hereby declared to be part of the publlo domain
of the United States and shall be open to
seltlemi nt under the opcrai-on ot the Home
stead laws only except as otherwise provided
In this act: Proilded that the sixteenth am
thirty-sixth sections of land In each township
anu oo reacrvea tor Siiiooi purpotca.
Bra B. That whenever the Creek an-l Rnmi.
nolo tribes of Indians shall signify their assent
to tbo provisions ot this seotloa In legal man-
nrr 10 ma commission pionaea ror In this ae
and the President has Issued his proclamstron
fixing the tlmo as nrorid-sl hcrel . the Onnreu
pled lands ceded to the United Btates by said
tribes under the treaties ot June II ISC and
March 21 1-Co shall be open to settlement ex-
cept the sixteenth and thlily-slxth sections In
eaon township which shall be reicrred for
scnooi piloses una snail bo ditpnscd of to
actual settlers only. In quantities not to exceed
ICO acres la ousre form to each aettler at the
prlco of II a per acre All nersors who am
heads of families or over twenty-one years of
ago anu bo are cm ions ot tne unllod Btatea
or have rctldod lu lha United Btates for two
years and have declared their Intention to be-
come citizens thereof shall be entitled t-bo
come actual settlers OQSDcblaod. An accurate
account shall bo kept by tho Secretary of the
Intei lor of the money reeclred as proceed i
of tho sale ot such lands. The Commission
iieminau-r createa lor this act Is hereby uu
tborised to confer with tho Creeks aad Km.
icolcs to ascertain whether said Indians are
entitled to any further compsmitlon than that
uereioioro pauiorsaia unoccuplel lands. If
asm wommmion tuait una mat further com-
pensation should bo paid said Indians they
may. by negotiation with said Ud ana fix the
amount of such addlllouul compensation not to
excosd the aum of f 1 ss per acre less the cost
of sal aud the amounts heretofore paid ssld
trtbos In tho purrhue of said lands i and any ad-
ditional aum agreed upon by said Cnmmitslon lo
be paid said tribes fur said lands as provided
hereto shall be placed to the creditor aald
tribes in the treasury of the Unit d btates.
Bra ft. That whenever tho Ci Tokeo t lbe of
Indians shall signify their assent to the pro-
ltlons of this section. In legal manner to the
Commission provided for in this act and tho
Jt'rrsiacni nes issued Els proclamation? fixing
time as ucrciu proriaca. tne unoccupied
ii ui iu lauua west ot tne mnety-alxth
i of weat longitude ceded to the United
i by the said tribe of Indians bv the treat.
ided July 19. Ia63. iliatl ba nnnn in tti.
i- exrepi me sixteenth and thirty slith
vctUmsof said land which shall be retenod
for school purposes and shall be disposed of to
actual settlers only. In quantities not to exceed
joo aeres in square lorm to each settler at the
price of ll. per acre. All persons who are
heads of families or over twenty-one years of
ago ana woo are cuitena or tne united Stales
or bate resided In the United States two jesrs
knd have declared their Intention to become
i-ltisens thereof shall be entitled to become
actual settlers on such lands. An accurate ru
count shall be kept by the Secretary 0r the In-
terior of the money received as proooeds of the
sale of tald lands and said money shall be
placed to the credit of the Cherokee Indian tribe
In the treasury of the United Stales after de-
ducting the cost of the sale by the Unltsd Stales
and tho amount heretofore appropriated and
paid lo the Cherokee tribe as pari compensa-
tion for ssld unoccupied lands Provided that
nothing Id this act shall be construed to author-
ise any person to enter upon or occupy any of
tho lands mentioned In this or the preceding
section for tho purpose of settlement or other-
wlo until after t e ssld Indian Ir'bes and the
Commissioners herein authorised have con-
cluded an eg reement to that retool as provided
heroin and laid the same before the President
of the United States who la thereupon author-
ised and required Is Issuo his proclamation da-
daring such rellnqulihed lands open to settle
men. aud.fixeg the time from and after which
such lands may be taken. Any person who
may enter upon any part of tald lands contrary
to the provisions of this act and prior to the
time Csod by tho President's proclamation.
shall not be permitted to mako entry upon any
lands or lay any claim thereto In tald Territory
Sea 7 That the President may at such
tls.es as he may deem It necessary dire t land
olSeee lo be oponed In tha Territory of Okla.
hnsia. not to eseeed four In numb r and may
nominate and by and with the smoe and con
seat of the Senate appoint tbo uau' orBeert to
eouriueilba business of aald (and offices) and
the CotBmUf I'jner of the. Oeoeral Land Office
-"hisH when directed by the President cause
the various portions ot tald tapdt to be prop-
erly surveyed and subdivided where the ssme
has not already been done. It it hereby made
tbo duty of tho Commlsalouer of the Oeoeral
l.aiidOMo'i to carefully examine each claim
taken under tho provlslona of this act before
Issuing a patent to the eialmanti and If It shall
pjr-iar that aald claim was not taken In good
faith he Shall refuse a patent and declare all
Ht proceedings beloro had la tuch case to
be fcttl) au4 void) and al persons settling
m teats under the protislons of this
Mt ftfell Ire ' required to select the same
In astwsww tana as near m may be and t
saalattn a continuous personal resldend of
4rat yM Mm Uvad gd to (iprevt) ad
misuse ssn easan -or sshm perista w atssv
JBssessiessMgtgJitgk ssttV IssM
Ut4 Jw bsws-e t.
talalng IIIM thereto! bat payment for.lsnd
where payment It required to be tttlde by tiili
act shall be made In four rquat ii.sUUmenu
under suoh rules and regulations as msy be pro-
scribed by the Secretary of the Interior as
follows t Tha first payment shall be made
within six months from the time of entry the
second at the expiration of one year from date
ot entry the third at the expiration of two
years from date ot eutry and the nasi payment
shall be made at tho expiration ot three years
from the date ot entry) Provided That there
shall be reserved publlo hlghwnyt four rods
wide around every soctlon ot lan In said Terri-
torr tho section lines being the center ot said
highways) but Bo deduction shall be made In
the amount to be paid for each quarter section
of land by reason of such reservation.
Br.a & That the procedure In aiplleatlons
entrlM cent stl and adjudications under this
acl shall be In the form and manner prescribed
under the homestead laws of the United States
and the general principles and pro'tstona ot the
homeitead taws except as modified by the pro-
visions ot this act. shall be applicable to all
entries made hereunder and ho patent shall be
lasued to any persons who Is not a ctllten ot the
United Slates at the time he makes final proof
sad payment. Final proof and payment ex-
cept In oa'eeof contest shall be rasds within
three Booths after Ihs expiration of three years
from the date of entry and In default thereof
or In default ot the payment of any Installment
ol the purehate-money when due the entry
shall be liable to cancellation and the money
pstd thereon shall be forfeited to the United
States. I-andi entered under tho provisions ot
this act Shall be liable to taxation after the
first installment of the purchaso money shall
have been paid) but the ssme shall not be
subject tb any Judgment or lien obtained upon
Indebtedness contracted or obligations Incurred
prior to the Itsue of psients therefor nor shall
auch lands be sold or contracted tobeao)d
leaaed or contraetod to be leased conveyed
mortgaged or In any manner encumbered prior
to final proof or payment and the record there-
of made In the offire of the regtiter and re
ceiver ot the dlalrlct where the landittocaieai
and any sale lease conveyance br mortgaee
mado executed or contraetod for prior lo such
float proof payment and record shall be abso-
lutely null and voldi and all assignments
transfers and mortgagee of unpatented land
entries shall bo at the risk ot the aaalgnees
trantferrees and tn'rtgagces who shall have
no recourse agalnat the United Btatea for any
failure of claimant's ttlle before Issue of
patent t Provided That the provisions ot Section
KM of the tlevlacd Statutes ot the United
Sipies entitled "Hornet lad?" shall not be
modified or changed by sri; thing In this act.
8 a-a t. That whenever iny portion of the
lands oponed to settlement by provision ot this
act shall be occupied or town etto purposes
and tha ecretary of tho Interior Is satisfied
that they are occupied In good faith and a e
Decenary for such purposes the ssld Secretary
Is hereby authorised and directed to eanae
patents to be Issued therefor under such rules
and regulations as he may prescribe til any
legally organised company occupying arid eh
tllledto the ssmv upon the payment in cash of
ti per aero tor tho lauds so occupied The
money so received for each town site except
such amount aa may be required to be paid to
the Indian tribes at provided In sections 5 add
tot this act. shall be held by the Secretary ot
tho Interior at a separate school fund for the
benefit of the people ot t uch town and aball be
expended uHder htsdirectlon for tha erection ot
school buildings and the support ot stacols
therein) Provided. That town Bites actually oc-
cupied on the public land strip at the date ot
the appiMrll- of this act by not less thsn one
bttndred bona fide Inhabitants shall be patented
to the legally organised company selected by
said Inhabitancy said site to embrace the
atiount of land prowled by law) Provided
further That all (talents Issued for town sites In
the Tefrilofy of Oklahoma shall contain restr.
rations for parks and other publlo puri-otes
embracing In the at grrgate not less than ten or
more than twenty acres but no deduction shall
be allowed on this account In the amount to bo
paid for tald town sites as p oYided In this sec-
tion and patents for such reservations shall be
Issued to the towns respectively when organised
Sea 10. That alt lands In the Territory ot
Oklahoma not embraced In tbb provisions of
sections 4. & and 8 of this act. which are hot re-
quired by law treaty stipulations executive
orders or rights oi occupancy for the use of any
Indian tribe of which may be relinquished as
aa Indian reservation shall be open to settle-
ment under the provisions of this act) Pro-
vided. That whenever Indian lands are pur-
chased by lbe United Btates with 'the consent
of the Indians and opened to settlement In said
Territory the President of the United Btstes
may Ox the price to be paid therefor by actual
settlers which price shall In no rase exceed
ll.z per acre and the proceeds aball be held
for the benefit ot the Indians concerned as pro-
vided In sections 5 and I of this act.
Sea 11. That the President ot the United
States Is hereby authorised and directed to ap-
point a Commission to bo composed of five
persons not more thsn three of Whom shall be
members ot the same political party whose
duty It shlal be to open negotiations with the
Creek. Semlnoles and Cherokees for the par-
rots of securing tbo consent of said Indians so
fur as It may bo neeetssry to tbe provisions of
section 5 and section a ot this net. The Com
mission It authorised to enter Into such agree-
ments with (aid Indian tribes as it may deem
necessary to accomplish the purposes ot this
art and shall submit the same to th President
tor hit approval or rejection. The compensa-
tion of the numbers of said Commission shall
be at the rale ot 110 per day; and th y shall also
be allowed. In addl.lon thereto their actual
necessary trarellng expenses stationary and
pottage. They shall have power to appoint a
secretary who shall receive a compensation ot
Is per day and such allowances for traveling
expenses as ha msy actually Incur.
Sea It That It shall be unlawful tor any
person for hluitelf or any company association
or corporation la directly or indirectly procure
any person to settle upon any lands opened to
settlement by this Act with a view of their
afterward acquiring tllli to said lands from ssld
occupants; and tbo parties to such fraudulent
settlement shall severally be guilty ot a mis
demeanor and shall be punlihed upon Indict-
ment by Imprisonment not exceeding twelve
months. Or by tine not exceeding one thousand
dollars or by both such fine and imprisonment
In the discretion of the court
Sxa IS. That all leases of Ism's belonging
to the United Btates or held In common by any
ot the Indian tribes within the Territory of
Oklahoma as organised by this act. Including
the Cherokee Strip weal ot the ninety-sixth
degree of wost longitude whether controlled
by persons corporations or others except such
leases as are held for the purpose of cultivating
the soli strictly for farming purposes are here-
by declared void and contrary to publlo policy:
and it Is hereby made the duty of the President
Immediately after the passage of hls act to
cause the lessees of said lands and any other
persons Illegally occurring the same to be re-
moved from aald landa.
8rc.lt. That tbe act ot Ongrets approved
July as 1M4 granting landa to the Btate ot
ICanaas to aid In the conatructlon of the ICan-
sas A Neosho Valley railroad and Its extension
to Ited river and an aet of Congress granting
lands to the State ot Kansas to old In tbe con-
struction of the southern branch of tbe Un on
Pacific railway and a telegraph from Fort
Riley Kan- to Fort Bmltb Ark. ap-
proved July W i960 or any other acts
of Congress so far at they relate
to lanJa granted In said Indian Terri-
tory and the Publlo Land Strip exoept for thr
right of way and necessary stations as now pro
vlded for by law are hereby repealed: and all
or any rights to ssld lands are hereby forfeited
to the United States and no railroad company
now organized or hereafter to be organised
shall ever acquire any lands to aid la tbe con-
struction of Its road or In consequence of any
railroad already constructed either from the
United Btates or from any Indian tribe or from
any Territorial Government within the limits of
tbe Territory organized by this act.
Sea I. That neither the Legislative Assem-
bly of said Terri tory.'nor any county townsalp
or city therein shall bare power lo create or
contract any Indebtedness for any work of
public Improvement or In aid of any railroad
constructed or to be constructed nor to sub-
scribe lor or purchase any shares of stock la
any rallrosd company or corporation.
Bra IS. That the provisions of this act shall
not be applicable to lands lying within fie
limits of what Is known as Greer County until
tbe question of title thereto between tbe UnltM
Stales and the Btate of Texas shall have ben
finally determined In favorer tae United Stati a.
The House adopted au amendment to lbe
UU as follows!
It Is expressly provided that the rights of
honorably discharged Union soldiers and sailors
in the late civil war to make homes on Die
publlo lands under the existing Homestead
laws shall not in any degree be Impaired br the
passage of this bill.
Mixed the Ilodies
Htr Yobk Feb. 7. By a mixture ot
tbe bodies In tbe morgue 'bat of Editor
Guslar F. Fredericks of the riltsburgb
Vollcsblatt was taken from Iiellevue
Hospital to Hart's Island yetterds- for
inienoeiiC in the potter's field. It was
only by aotlve work of the fi lends of tbe
dead editor and by telegraphing to lbe
Island that the burul there was prevented.
Ur Fredericks vo at prominent German
of Pittsburgh and lind been under treat
meat at Bell-rue Hospital for Brlgbt's
dietaie and died there Bunder. The
tuemberi of Lincoln Cotupaur branch In
this city of thsBcbeulieulJund of tvhlcb.be
was a monjDtr tiaa made arrangements at
lbe hospital to take charge of th funeral.
When the uudeytsker called at the hospital
tie learned that lb body had been taken
ou tbe city's It'nwor to be bnrksl let Ism
potter'' ttsld. lb anlstk radrie I
MttwaWftlJ Is pettfMMM tit fklaa4
HOME FARM AND GARDEN.
A ilttto lit rt tlmo rind often b n
(root! rulo to follow in olltnj" carrlngo
If polled plants roqulro forllllzorrj
thoy should bo nppltod aparlngly nnd
Smisnfjos fried tipple? Inlckwhoat
cattos nnd bnkod potatoos U a homoly
bill of faro for breakfast but It' (rood.
If tho bulbs of cortaln flowers start
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SK Bnil0LC0l Lh ?S
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Novor put a ploco of furnlturo Into
ft room maroly bocauso It Is prolty nnd
will fill up. Every article should havo
its rent or npparont use) as a gcnornl
thing the OOossory plocos will occupy
nil tho space that should bo allotted to
Oyster Macaroni. lloll macnronl
In a cloth then put In h dish soosoncd
with btiltor popper nnd salt then a
layer of oysters until tho dish Is full.
Mix somo flno cracker crumbs with a
beaten egg nnd a Ilttto milk Sproad
over tho top and buko.
-Tho collar can not bo whitewashed
too ofton. It not only renders It clean
light and cheerful but assists In pro
vontlng decomposition As woll as dls
Infecting It to a certain oxtont. Tho
purification of tho cellar is tho most
Important inattor of houso work In
tho nintor as tho cloanor tho collar
tho loss liability to disease
Biscuit nnd gingerbread roqulro n
quick oven; flour broad a slow one.
Fruit CAkd roqUlrcs mttro tthd slower
baking than plain cake. Cookies
want a quick oven and ctoso attention
or thoy will burn. For brown broad
a hot oven nt first nnd a slow nnd
Btoady flro after It lo heated through.
Applo pies should bo bakod slowly.
At ono tlmo tho Idea provallcd
that houso plants woro Injurious to
health but It Is now thoroughly ex-
ploded nil ot tho best authorities con-
sidering tholr presence beneficial. Tho
surroundings that ngrco with plants
aro favorablo to health and If thoy do
not flourish it is doubtful it human be-
ings will. The nlr nnd work In n
grcen-houso nro often prescribed for
consumptives. American Garden.
It Is seldom convenient to smoko
houso plants and tobacco water may
bo used for Insects Instead standing
tho pots lu tho bath tub or a spacious
sink. Tour boiling wator upon cheap
tobacco dilute it to tho color of weak
ten. Lay tho pots upon tholr sldos In
order that tho under surfaco of tho
leaves may bo reached. Froqucnt
drenching with water only will keep
red spiders In subjection. Amorlcan
Cold or hard wator should novor ' Australia attlan n larb'o oho Bomo-
bo used about plants. About blood times sevoral foot In lenth nnd havo
heat Is tho proper temperature for tho Deon 80on climbing trees. Somo casts
water. Most plants nro Injured by too 'ouad In India nro n foot in length
much heat. For a genoral collection 10 worms avidontly llvo In comploto
of plants 65 to 70 degrees of heat In darkness; but It is knowil that Kt
daytime and 45 to 60 degrcos nt certain times and under certain con-
night is nbout tho proper tomporaturo. dltlons thoy nro luminous so that a
Frosh nlr should bo given ovory day stato ot things may oxlst underground
when tho thermometer Is above 30 do -
frees in tho shade out of doors.
COST OK WHEAT-RAISINQ.
Interesting Information Obtained
northern Dakota and Manitoba.
Just what It costs to raise a bushel
if wheat on frosh pralrlo soil is u very
olastlo fguro dopendlng very much
upon tho season quality of soil and
tho way you sot about It. I know
cases In which tho flguros range for
work only from fifteen cents to $1.00
a bushel. Somo land ownors find It
most profitable to contract with a push-
ing man having say three or four sons
all pulling ono way and working with
a will and I think It n good way for
all parties. I glvo examples of this
method from two points nearly threo
hundred miles distant from each oth-
cr and porhnps somo ono oUo may
contribute his share In a country
whore within a year or two wo tnny
look for 100000000 bushels of the
best hard whoat in tho world such
details aro of raoro than local lnterost.
Tho first oxamplo Is from Dickey
County D. T. and Is nothing special
as to yield. In fact I know much bet-
ter results that it ay though In this
man's case tho absenco of frost and
the Old Hutch boom havo mado him
for this season an exceptionally fortu
nato oxamplo. Samuel Glover says!
Icsme here la thesprlngof JSAS. The first
season I hired 19)0 acres broken and backset
the next season Sa:res and the nextllM acres
more. Until this year I have bad almost all
of thlt lsnd farmed on shares. I psid for break-
ing and back-setting and loated it for one-half
the grain at the threablng machine. I fur-
nished aeed and paid ball of the threahlng the
renter doing all the work.
Tbe last year I fsrmed SO seres In wheat
near Glo-er near Dicker County with the fol-
lowing result: Received 15rJ) bushels wheat
from 9X acres which I have sold as follows:
1I.5T0 tmiheli No. 1 Hard alius lismw;
387 bushels No. I Northern at Sl.'8. lutiU;
Wl bushels No. t Northern at I LOT t-UIJO;
Total IIS7S.J Cost ot production inula d
Ingaeedand hauling HITiOJ; net profit IIS-
m; average net per acre I13.3J.
A large portion of the land f srme 1 on shares
yielded as well as the above t have bad 1900
acres cropped three years JJ0 acres two years
and 100 acres one yesr and my profits front
farming this land have been more than twice
tbe cost of the land and all Improvements In-
cluding breaking and backsetting. Much of
this land was poorly tU ed and d d not pay as
well at If it had been properly farmed Many
of my neighbors can show belter results per
acre thsn I do.
My next example is from tho Fortago
Plains tho very choicest wheat land
In Manitoba and noarly three hundred
miles duo north of DIckoy. This land
is nearly flat uevor luxuriant vegeta-
tion but full of mineral plant food
scarcely over touched by frost In
. A .
It does not readily run
to woods and is full ot staying power.
Messrs. Campbell who on this land
havo raised tho very high average of
thirty bushels per aero for flvo years
in succession finding thoy woro too
much ongrofsod in grain buying to at-
tend proporly to their crop havo
hired tholr next season's crop to a
good working farmer who with his
family of grown-up sons Is a model
man for a new country. Tho land is
nil fall plowed In good shapo and tho
sood upplled Tho contract is for
twonty-two and a half cents por
bushel and tho work Included is sow-
ing harrowing harvesting threshing
and delivering grain at the olovator
say threo or four miles distant.
This I think a fulrly good prlco for
tbo renter nnd with an average crop
he will come out woll as ho can start
Immediately after soedlng to breaking
on his own account and will havo
every hour of his working time
profitably employaL Tho oaso of
working and proximate cortalnty of a
good crop are strong points in his
favor while tho land ownor from ono
crop will collect tbe prlco he paid for
tbo land a few yoar ago. As I havo
already written this la tbo sunny tide
at wheat farralag. Tho man who has
raised Ave hundred or ono thousand
acres f straw to burn may now take
Dm Spjr -Con Orsngo JTudd Fwor.
Australian Specimens That Attain a Length
I Several Feet
In wandorlhp; through tho Holds In
tbo early tnorninrr wo often seo lltllo
lioaps of nowly disturbed earth and
1 occasionally catch glimpses of reddish
'or pink bodlos quickly withdrawing
In Uttlo tunnels In tho sod. Thcsn nro
i tho earlhwortns considered Iho
humblest ot nit animals! yet. as in
Bigniucnnt as tnoy seem tnoy nro
1 Among tho most valuable aids to tho
' agriculturist Wo inay nppreolato
. "y -"Un a Held j. tJlm in
J Producing country making
soctlon down through tho o.irth for
several foot when If carofully done
wo shnll find innumcrablo tunnels
farmed by tho worms leading hero.
therd and ovorywhoro. In fact tho
upper Crust of tho earth Is an endless
mazo of srtocts lanos and nvonuos. A
naturalist has ovon nttemptod to cal-
culate thoso numbors of Ilttto workers
alld has cdmd to tho conclusion Hint
they nvorogo 100.000 to tho aero; and
In especially rich ground in Now
Zenland it was estimated that thoro
wcro 048480 in a slnglo aero. This
Vast body of trornH is continunlly nt
work bcrlng this way and that dom-
ing to tho surface during tha night
nnd rotroatlng to a grciitorddptllsdur-
Ing tho day; and it is nt Onco ovldont
that their tunnols constitute a system
dt Irrigation and ventilation for tho
upper crust in other words rain
Instead of running off enters tho
holes and so ponctrntos tho earth
thus being hold for alougor tlmo. Air
also finds Its way below tho surfaco so
that Iho homos Of tha lltllo creatures
constitute storehouses for moisture
Hut this is a very smatl part ot tho
work accomplished. Tho worms nro
in leaguo with the farmer aro in fact
his unappreciated assistants upon
whoso endeavors depends much of tbe
success of his crops Thoy nro con-
tinually swallowing tho earth and de-
(losltlng It tho silracd tthd working
it Over and over. If I tjhould ask my
young readers to cstlmato tho quantity
ot earth brought to the surfacd in a
single nerd id a year 1 fear thoy would
not place tho amount as high as Mr.
Darwin who states that tho vogotablo
mold thus transported In somo placos
amounts to ton tons an acre. Think
bf HI If your ton-acro farm Is In ono
of theso farming locnllttosi the-o silent
TrorkorDay to tho number of a mill-
ion havo plowod up about ono hun-
dred tons otcartl. for you giving you a
Tho worms not only carry all this
material to the surfaco but they drag
vast quantities of loaves and othor
htatter down that sor'rd td enrich tho
soil arid rendor It cnpablo of producing
larger crops. Tho earth-worms of
1 ' which wo havo no conception nnd
tho tunnols of these Uttlo creatures may
do Drigntly Illumined. Living Light.
A New Car Ventilators
A car ventilator cdmblnlnirllehtness
ot construction with strength Bufllclent
to ri-Blst tho heavy currents produced
by tho car's rapid motion has Jlong
boon a desldoratum. In a dovlco re-
cently brought forward to meet this
want and tho vnluo of which Is claimed
to havo been fully proved by numer-
ous tests a collar Is fitted in tho sldo
ot tho car which is mounted to turn
tho inner ond of is cylinder havlngcnps
on its tnncr nnd outer ends; tho inner
end of tbo ventilator bus a slotted
register with regulating rod nnd kcep
or extending within convenient reach
Of an operator. Two small pipes lead
toward tho outer ond of the vcntllnt-
W cylinder first diverging and then
converging at an anglo and open Into
tho sldo of a largo plpo tho outer end
' which has a flaring mouth tho In
ner end having a collar rocolvlng tho
inporing nozzlo of a smaller plpo
which has an outward flaring mouth.
With this construction tho register
bolng open tho nlr currents passing
outward from tho car moot at an anglo
at tho outer end of tho small pipe
forming a fanIlkc stream completely
surrounding tho tapering nozg'o
through Which nlr la passing according
to tho speed of tho trnln and thus In-
ducing a very strong draft through the
ventilator. N. Y. Sun.
Ir you want to bo cured of a cough ass
TJalcs Honey of Horebound and Tar.
hko'ttXoothacho Drups Curo la ono minute.
Tr-ziiBl a considerable difference be-
tween a key on tho seaboard and a C on
the keyboard. Ocean.
Fob any case of nervousness sleepless-
ness weak stomach Indigestion dyspepsia
relict la sura la Carter's Lltllo Liver Filla.
Wiiex a girl It bont on getting married
she stands stratghier than ever. Ken-
tacky Bute Journal.
Tua best known remedy for consumption Is
Oxygen Cure. Wri to IJr.Clejiiwrt Cincinnati.
A rst-r centrally located may double a
man and thus naturally Increase bis sighs.
THE GENERAL MAflKETS.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. It
CATTLE Shipping steers. ...I in U m
3 W O
i itaiivD raws
noas-aoodto choice heavy.
4 si) a
No. x soft
OATH No. S
KlXlUit-I'atenls per sack...
II UTTEK Choice creamery.
CATTLE Shipping steers...
II utchers' steers....
CATTLE Shipping ateera...
UOaS I'aeklngand shlrping..
KLOIJH IVIntor wheat M
PO tllt .. ..........
CATTLE Common to prims.
jrLOUIt Good to clioloe.
sSMtC ) .. tt M n 7S
T j..y . i
randdrn'a itnz of Kvlli
JfoveY contained a worse ono than rru.le.rlrs.
KxtlrpatO it when It ftrat shows llsbydra
head. It you don't It will wind lis sinuous
length nbout you and perhaps in the end
crush you. Hostctter'a Btomach Hitters an-
nihilates nnd prevent It. Bo It docs dyspep-
sia constipation liver complaint. kidney ail-
ments rheumatism nnd nervousness. You
cannot aeleot a prompter lonlo and alterative.
How iwcoKMitftXT somo bleu are to bd
sure I Thosamo man who will cheerfully
pay a dollar and a half to hear a woman
whistle his been known to threaten In-
stant annihilation to tho office boy for
doing tbd aolf'inmo thing. llottoo Transcript.
Alwats avoid harsh purgative pills. Thoy
first mako you sick nnd then lenroyotloonatl-
patcd. Carter's LI ttloMvcr Tills regulate tbd
bowols and mako you welt JJoso ono pill.
A ttiHb to hand affair courting In tho
dark. liurltiiRtoa Froo I'ross.
Tna TitltnxT. " llroum'i JJroncnfcil
Troefiei'' not directly on iho organs of tho
voice. They havo nn extraordinary effect
ir. all disorders ot tbo throat.
A rsrtsoH who sorvos us through flro
and wutcr tbo Cook. Tho Viuoyardlst
U careful j prei-ared from SirprllU Dandelion
Mandrakt.Dock rip!wAJanlpr ilorrle nnd
other welt known and Taluablo vegetable remedlei
br a peculiar combination proportion and procoit
W.nt W Itood't BariaparlUa ou rati to power hoi
potiaitcdb other" mMlMnHi
Is the beat blood parlfter. tl earas B-rotuls Sail
llbeum Dolls rimple. atl Humors Djspepsla
biliousness 8tck llestlnehe Intjffesllon Oenersl
Deblllt- Catarrh Ilheumstlstn KlJner and IjT-r
eotnplalni. overcomes that tlrei! feetlnf. Creates
an appetite strengthens the nerves and bullda up
tha whole system.
If aa met peculiar andunparatleled soccer a at home.
Bo-h Is Ita popularity In Loif-ll Mas where It la
made that whets ne'shhcrhoodseretaklnt list the
same time and Lowell drm'tlltl sell mora of
Hood'a Sarsaparilla than ot all other aarasptrlllal
or blood purifiers. It la sold br all dmnlsta. II i
air for IV. Prepared onl br C. L 1IOOII A CO
Apothecaries Lowell Mass
IOO Doses One Dollar
The gentleman on the left took "Mercnrr Potash
sndBarttperllla Mixtures which mined his diges-
tion and gave bin mercurial rheumatism. The
gentleman on the right took Sirirfs Sfccirto
IS. 8. 8.) which forced out the poison and Jbulll htm
np from the first dose.
SWIFTS SPnctriC Is enllrtlr a v-tabl medl
do I and Is the oillr rusdlctne whleh " ev-r cured
Dlood Poison Scroruls lllood Humors arid kindred
dlsesses. Vend for our bookson mood and Skin dis-
eases mailed free. T11K8W1KT SPECIFIC CO.
Utili w a 0!
Toenjor Iicnlllioueshotild havo rce-
ulisr ovaenatlotia every mesa y four
-. Tbe cvlln bolls mental and
physical rcsmtlne; from
aro man-r nnd aerlone. For the euro
or Hil.CQininoll trouble Tut t'a Liver
ricgAiuly kiiirur fonfiHt
For nny ono of OO
tnoici; het-j or
Vcoelable or Flower Seedi
lloiti Shrubs Grape Vlnej
Fruit Tree Ele.
FW et fltmile. v senil nostuald
an J guarantee -of a arris M
38 Packets Choice Flower Seeds Co Boris. .
prlco tl 80 for tl.CO
30 Packets CholcoYcgxitaMo Seeds 30 sorts l.(J
lSIirorbloorhluz Itoscs. 15 Ijcnutlful sorts 1.V0
II Geranium" it snlondlil sorts. 1.W1
lJCnrnallonm lJck'Rimt sort... . l.lfl
LiUrupo Vines! sorts our choice l.W
For tbo othor 51 sets nnd 1001 thlncs besides
(man-Ntwnnil Hare) too our OiiAKDErni-ia
Cataloocb 10 pturcs sent free to all who
wish to purchaso cither Seeds Plants or Trees.
Alt others wishing It should remit tho cost SOo.
Ours Is one of tho oldest lartrctt and most
rcllabto nurseries la tbo U.S. Ktb Tear Si
gTwnboup" Too acres.
THE STORRS & Hf.nRiSOH CO.
Palnesvlilo L&ko Co.. Ohio.
thli your rninxDS
Ladies' Homo Journal
Is to bo made linTTHIl and l.Anoin. It
can ba bad now for onl) SO Onla mrrtari
another year It will coat fl.UU. We
shsll donhlo the rilce becau- we cannot atford
to furabh ao sood a jawr as tho Jorn-rsL Is to
be for k-es than uno Dollar but vt e shall itonble
tsTnlue and rive you more of It for your
money. AOK.M'H can make IsutidrttU of
dollars focurbig subjcrlptlons at
Half Price up to July 1st. 1889.
We offer them food ray for esery tutivcriber m-
cmednd aa s& --.-. totlioKrecnwro
extra Prti-of atJOULP shall cD(l ui tho
largest number : 6iou for tbo ireond lar(r-tt
in and ao on. Samplo copies and posters will
be furnished eo that a great densnd can bo
created In any neighborhood.
CURTIS PUBLISHING CO.
OF PURE GOD LIVEll OH.
Almost as Palatabloas Milk.
The rely preparation of COD '.ITER Oil thai
eaa b. tsktn rradilf and toleratsd for a Ksf tlrae
hr dtllrata slaejarha.
itn ib a Br.wrfiT rot mTRrnrTiov.
M 111)11 UllH iHHIIIINH IXAHlll llkjf.
uu. iiLbiiiiV. (iiKiiis aM 'in km r1 IV.
Llti6li. .-.I sll h'AliliVu lii-Utllljf.li's Or
lilll Dill. Tit is r-srrfllons In Us r-aults.
' J-r-acnbtd snd emionuui by tbo best .'bstelan
U the cotm trits of the world.
VmrHmlm Uf .11 Slrwasl.l.
. arBnd for Pannhl.t n .si lig lll-aa-.s. Ad-ara-a.
acoXX Ju iioU.MAeHr lurk.
I fiM Tiratw alas fat Rsrtsr ltln llnMats-ai
BIVKN AWAY to iQtndu ibem. t
vcrj Lur eb r baya frota to Ot I
uat artr under hor' frac itt4H
j-ares Sal Itai alaMta Sv S-.A-. sHdla-i a-a.t
. aiaf -a vr rW wsaaiaa" pssti
! mlnirfur hh.ktl Hmtsul Bint l Itiat
-I1. I r M r nU DRPWftTFR
sftsTaiaUS ts rirSE a-Wf asMtaa-Aa(t
I Ely's Cream Balm
Gold in Head
aXT BROS H tvarrra It. V. X.
irjuaijv ijiii -
Curei sll Olssatei Peculiar lo Women I
Hook to "Woman" Uailso kbis.
BUADrlKI.U IIEGL'LATUU to ATUUSTA. OA.
bou ar Atii Uul'uouis.
WflC! 2 tr&r-tKJt2.
a.u. a as. J - - afi -
j-t s r'T7T-rJi"s. -T'.r'T7..:.-iTiir
. a--- ---- Hasiss Ji.s-a s.Mvr .----a
Tiff t P
And Hypophosphltes af Lme& Soda
r tUrawai Bs4.v-trli.j CMm on v- Ut W ba.
Q& Ahrii j 1 Uw fatttot ibi lu t tut.
n$lM6 aa ycfftuClca forUrgr ybJalo
liM toucan wm unor taora if yu wai4l
Urn Caulorua aJoot It. Oyttl fb) acrn U
viowLef at-ulsv 1or room of cM atoraortra
BiafaUt. ff f rrlchl tralu
r TRADE pjgaiMP MAWK.1
C0NQUEI.S PAIN HEAL9 CUBES
At firitoaiiT axd DritxkS.
Till CHARLEs A. VOCEttR CO. SslUmerl Mi
a rosmvE odre ron indigestion and Ait
ttomi.-a TreaUsa Arlalag TharatrensV
ft V not nrrtMrfy in $tock or tt wfd I $nt bf
M-Ktyfft qftS rt$ (dsWriliJV) in ttampi ba
$tni oh ttelpt ft 9ftnt 0 tarn p.
THE CHARU3A.Vad(URG0.. Hslllmere Bd.
COD LIVER OIL
With Kitfa'ct Of Malt and Compound Sjrop of
llfpophosphltes. CtlfcS fMnsamptloa Dronohltls
Conghs Colds rlcrofule and all tvamng Dlsessia
It la iss pleasant and -mlntabla id fas- mi
lUatrengthenlnaettVeU ai-acsslvaaat lmm.
It tinea tint come sip to assert Itself semi
tie-i!niisllr ntttr belnaawtsllo-ved as .til-
er Krautsldrt rerlistnly itis.
It nirentpfna-leeralf 110113 and Hfjrs.
CI.K. It pnrinea tne asiooa iswa pnsieai.aasa
-niai- In welsht svhlla tAltilitr ttj
It Is n (run llmiilslon th-only one tfiat.W
nltritya rendy. nlsvnys isllke isnd that neves'
has -.(bleu.vnmmy ami ar-nsy .! is ia.
lop to npCtlhel"ATI!:.VT'l HTOMACII.
It la used In all the leading IIo-ltal.
Ilia prescribed by the sn.al .mtnenC pays!
etaws In tU. Ualteil Htates nnd Canada
Asa. roar Urnggtal for It and take no other.
rf. A. aiAGEI3i CO.i latvronoo SIft-.
J. I OiSE In "M.
Portshl. PtatlonarT and Traction Engine" BET
All ATOUH. Itorse l'owerTread rowrand
JAtV Mll.l. lchlna-y. tlf-MrMii rouj-suos
-.i a us tais nria ni a rn niu.
v&A CTr VasCcr Evttlt:otisvirrf Wn(
cuaJjVUaUCTi i - wa-y- -i-as
la Iks Il'.t -g -.(
is ana si
JII0 1.M S.
lias l. IB
nw J& -ie
Oornsnsi. on lb. UJIeTi e( artry shot. l-rJlV
roardrahr ror rarvo'arloi Tip Shot If lis do- nul
kscpth-niBenUtouavBdw-wtllriinilshrov a patron
ranlpt 11 prkv C. II. 1-tlll.u A to .M3 lit
"Religious Mew York"
rrofnts-slj; una betsutlfallr IIIuKratrd. fhowlnc th
tiiuffJiss et th Jw CtithuliM iinq rrottiit.t
unit fin t-ortrilt of oro of lh hadt ot tha
rhoirhej ot the MttroolU nnd telling bnw fit
Worker worlitp from lha Jw to ihtJ Chrlptisrt
Kc.ont.atss. ThU artkl In liewprttVt Motuhir
MmtailnaforM reh no-r rJj) U Tr PptrH
roabrtbIUr.Crios.lirtrn. (tm batter ihtun
IHandiT TMtttoNi'W Vnrk noitnlllbo of great I n
ioreii7 snTerr niemoero inaiamur. -loernuarin
will tiridll0tettlasirntbaiiewtrraeilii "Ytiung
slHptn nt VttirS (liandivomaf illuttralxl) In tba
Urcli Damtvr It ! ft wnn4arful numbtr Aak
your Newt4 alar for It or ami cant lilba
puL-lirher a IV Ji:.V.l.NtJH l)i:Mmi't'I
lft r.at 14th trl New Vark
KTIiJal TUtt tlttl saty ksM Mat
will ba optofl
bead i kyreirlsv
irrtA mill for
tiera tsf ilia ron n fry nnj a but C'lleetlua f photf
Jirapltic ftv iff Ok lib' una. m D 17 EfM illrer
qt.tr aaDdjUrarnilht' Aitdreae llowa k Hamilx-.
OkUhomi Ctty. tbdlaa Terrliorr
I lUntuu-tssb iproausl 01. tshstr-M. hu f'r
rn-" ivaair-Ml l-lrt-ri' jn for pnnllnr raiaW
ItSdrfrfti T. J. KkINlt( Coiambai Kin
riiu 1 tuu r-n f
AilTtrs. free Illcb-
rti referpn.e laoiiaf
jbarlancti hna t tamp for 40-paeo iMank. Addreif
W. T. rirXfaRKlLO itUrawr kl Up Wskl1e . C.
tSAMKTMU Isaiifttnsy ttavM f t rttaV
I 7a vita a fr tn t
I Ml Mf feMl tf Mvptt
W tfcu ss)ts-t au4 1
tit la Mr 1ii rMisai
ItniMii WartifJCarOtyf riitu-.
Pintinnial Manuficturms Co. Cincinnati. Cm.
OKLAHOMA: ft. AV.C
VSrrlastr law itrjtt pup from Jaieat L H luriara.
D s ni -asiirrs
atial aahrf 1(1 sTsts la.D(L llttCrli)llon CslVlrl
-" "- ------ - - w-: '77 . - T....L " -. aa s 1.
LiFwcmit co a ricn. bo iuiu imp. 11 vr i-
In.bei AIITwfHHlalBoor Mimpi Addrei
kaocb 1'owtU. ijLaarul ra- Kanuu (Jur. Mu.
w ikWBiaiU A()drM pf ji F1TZ0
sUsTf BEIT rill.
riTZfiEHAin U a.
Claim Agtiey for .Vttniik'ldUra.l04llanaiUfllii4.
I KABMtawni ia
irBtun I rill four Clout hi La
svMrru ta tnlia-1 btRtu.Cai.adu or
ffi HI atl'iiCit for Irn rauta In fllvrr or i'ieim.
Adilrwi Mal. A K Kakh en" Ho j JI Kam City. Mo.
flud thai Fiao's Oar.
(BiliT. IMS ssi?ssrjsftSi est
Bl 1-lJLWJU.ypalao cutuai Uosrss-
1I1YANT & STnATTON RSSWi.a"r2
Ebala Ms. llss 0O Studtata Vnrlr Ora-laalsa a-s
accsnt.l is gsulag ryosiUnu. tt.nd for Circular
U AIIIC nnr' rxiaeplBSr.nmiuMp irtth.
ElUfTin matle. tbarih.ad .ta. thoroochljr Uoiht
mall Ursula rs In Hllirl COLLS.JS. S.W- I.
Elini nVMCHTfrall-rlllabls.isar AS-
Cm I LU I drasalrfiv.il Alnnra. iw s.ris a-
M-staa mia rarss ki - i-st-
WIIEK WIUTINO TO AIIVEUTISKIIS
f I rase say you sat. I lie Advertisement la
wid U a i pma ilsUTr an
I llaWTRgK'iiS3ggsl O
II a M-r Jr"liCiVl " "
Lsvael t lu ' JPfjQ aiM atasSswlassTsa
s"'H V Nl-vyVAsraivyrTt-i m
i is'iiiwc t
a" 'swsca--l--j-9SUaic vtswaS"
rM """i-i) "'
h i ir V2 x
Ji . . . y3(M
. '. "
HATIONaL STOCK TAHU5 gySaSSfBS!
.-. - S-.TS A TTTl
rostotTioo nt Giielecfi lnd. let.
llrASUrd en l.ri
Itsngs n mils
eorln M Oewsla
n Verdlrrla fir
J. W. BKINNDIt
P. O Vinita Inilian Territory.
On left side
Horse lirsnd the
derhlt lelt .
north of Vlnlta.
PnRtoinci). Vinitn. Inil. Tcr.
...-.. .-.... ...
i;nuer iibiichm- - "
on left side
t!n-H un White "nk
eight miles sooth-nest
J. o. no a an
Adnlr lnillnti Tcirltory.
nnderhlt In rUht esr
nnderslore In left.
llanjs on Triors
J T. M'SPADDEN
PobIoiTco ftt Chelsoa Intlinn Tor.
- f t'leae crop off left esr
ji--f orerhlt In right.
t r . iitl. iianiri six uuiiinm
'tA-t75.irtiv.i.irv' or vcuta.
w. n. MAUKUU
Postofllco Vinita I. T.
Crop off of lelt ear
Hang. On Ilia Cabin
a. w. anEEN
fostol!lcc. Vinita l.T
split in rli-Mit.
ItuiiKO On J one
creek ellit milci
liurtlu'rint of VI
nlto l.T. 29
PoslolTtcc BnoitFoxAiii'iicy I. T.
-v cropon riEiarar sou
tJ-rv-a eru and umlrr hall
T-rr .mA-l.n If.. ...in
Eao and rox rcsersa
Hon tattle or this
brand are sold onlv for
J. O. HALL.
Post-otlice Vinita l.T
Horse brsnd ssme on left hip L'nlfrhll Is
rarhear Uana-Uelweea tslla and 1'rroi
cri-ak f -s j
I W. H. HOBLEa
PoBtofilcJ nt Kinj-sjton KatiPas
Ilor.e brsnd same.
vicx-V lload lrs ad
In esth rar
II. n. Ii..lr.r
lllgrt-cl.. C. tt. tflt
B. B. FltAVSBIl.
Postofllco Vinita lnd. Ter.
crop ol Writ
wire la rlrkt
l.'sltla or thli
Ir for ship-
milts se V
nils aa Cable
a.t aadUmtana; crcsks l-W
m. 7. oouon
Cholstu Indian Territory.
Crop off lbs
larr laik ;
" NATnATTIBL BKlNrrEIt
1'ost-olOce Vinita l.T.
& -On Ver
sea. GEO. NIFPEIt
Pofit-OlTlco Clsicmore lnd. Ter.
Ss. g WSllow fn
1L light aid.
O. W. FRANKLIN
VJnila Indian Tcrrilor
rsrmsrislBB'srh'ls in ltrt.es. In nn.
sight shoulder. Kanf Wlwtui Lllll. ftfcli
Wut Hunt creek . T"
i&foiLrnris j rivi (tSi
f-X5l "-I rX'I!vy5
fcsi v JiV)VBBaWBfsaVlh.
-. .ntvff KXPl-ntl-MRR t Jt'rs
-TT. ' ..f ..rinPI ACTIVB Kxrnsiann.in "?.
Am prtmpt oitnion.
Cliouleau lnd. Ter
Clrrlsen nselt elth
nr'rvrtTl W. aLARK.
I'ostoIlico.VJnila Indian Territory
Mt&'Si'H snil 1'rjor .
PUX.SsMi Ilor.e l.rsnfl u ii Mil
sjfcJWri-'TKJI shouldif or thigh.
L left esr. spill IsCT"
.t. ti. rmwATJDB.
P. 0. Vinitn Indian Territory.
Crop snd spill
right o-ar b It
I a r t Home
branded J 11 on
Also Mime ' on
left Jaw II on
side K nn hip.
Postofllco Vinita lnd Ter.
Tlrand on hip oralda
Kar mark crop off laf
and crop and nndsr
niarks & brands!!
O. II. MoOLELLAN
Poatollico Oovrnla I. T.
A fev cows sr.l
l.lrf lima a
J??-rrniini A few rattl.
in. mi ntf-a. buwmi-
s5lf sl.fi fiaVYfl m llori. brand.
-n-JJ.K .-S.. U.WI. .11-1
ltsnclion Laner on Itfl aids.
W. E. HALSBLL ""
Postoliice Vinita lnd. Tcr.
Itsng. on Rti-1
Crr.k 10 miles
X K ofTalss.
Cattle or thr.
brand are sel-f
only for shlp-
Is snthorlsrd U
sell but mjsalf.
Will par -y
Ilorara biandt-1 Vlth'horaeahoo on left shoal.
lersndueck Romshsv. ou thigh. 7-13
B W. ItlDEH
Ciiehca Indian Territory.
Crop snd split' la
ten; swslloiv fork la
ea fr r a
R. Jl. TATLOR
PostolHco Vinitn I. T.
(Smooth crop fa
left ear amlcroa
and aiillt In the
Mime cattle I
Hang on I-o-enst
mil s se of Vi-
J. A. THOMPSON
PosloiTicc VinUaIndiati Territory
. ? Ilanga at
Ti.. head timbers
sJ-fM-.r'tg or fawpaw
if RW-ls.1 . L Ul'-'V .III mil.!
Crop and to.
esllts la Ian
branded j t.
A. "W. HOOTS
Tulra lnd. Tcr.
on ahnnldrr aavl
It a n e e o sr
D. n. MATEO
Postofllco balina Indian Territory.
and apder bit
la one earead
over alope la
AIo 1 lirai.onl.it aid. .rid O on Kit lasr: a
feiv brandsd J IV K ea siAa.
Chorokoo Herd Poland Chinas
J. IL ALIEY. Proorietor.
APTON . . 1ND. THR
I has. for aalsannmbrrof t. Sa. pigs at
war. arartfsn In th. west snd from ss aew
td ssreslora The are all la good ttirirtl
condition aud th. malts sr. read-for mmIm
Cetts.poBdenee aud hn..etlan tollelled
J II. ALU.!- Alton lud Tat.
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET OF ST.L0U13
j: wz: riffin
THE BT. LOUIS NATIONAL I if
STOCK YARDS ' t
a.cata4 at nasi If Lottie til.
Dlre.iloppfalie the MlfcfBLUuls. B-smat
foralldaao-lpUoaofLIre Btoek alnaj-inaW
teodsnee and wlikla Ik grouads of las I HeeU
Tants areaDeef Caanlnc Coespsa what g
capacitrfortlauthterlnf M heM af easlsa'
ally and 1'ork 1'aaklng tasUbifaaraeatts Wtsk
a capacity for alauffcurle Ut to aUMr.
ISAAC m. tmx t
CUli T JOKM UL
"" ' "F' f "
7. ri!f. T"
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 14, 1889, newspaper, February 14, 1889; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71059/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.