The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 8, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1891 Page: 3 of 4
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inita Inij Teh. Oct. 21) 1801.
Local Ilallroad Tirao Tablet
MlsSOUItt KANSAS TEXAS.
1M. li ft T imprest
3 llanh'lfit I.. A'
4 T. 8t.L Alll'bcx
. . Mo K Tex ox
.y freight unit accom
ln:l. t m
LOUIS & SAN rilAKCISCO RAILWAY.
!. St T. toSiimlna
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rl AKMVK. I IISI-AUT
Lnnls exhrn-. . . I 2iMmm I ri. litem.
trnnimodatlon .... ....' I 3 1 1.' inn.
VbrxiiRli coaches from 61. Lonlsto Sapulpa.
ANSA8UTV IT BMITIIJtSOUTllKttNllY.
din No 4 lf(rt.lo!illn 7iii0 o nf. Neosho 8.1
Unit nrrlvmg nt Sulphur Springs nt 1 1 '1.1 a m
ln .No J Hives Joiilln Dili i m .-sentiiooin
llm. arriving at sulphur springs at 8:10 p in
rain No 1 leaves SnlimurSnrlnirs at :A0a m
ifrlvlngal Neoshus II a m .Inplln V 4U am
air. .mi 3 eaves uii inrsur nits at li ooiim
striving at Neosho 3 41 p m Joplln A UO p m
iMial Snm'sv tram leaves -Inplln 7.11 a 1.1
NeotlnS 4 a in. arriving atflulnhnr Snrlnae
at li) If) a in Returning leaves Sulphur
Sprlniis at 4 ftOpm arriving at Neosho 0.1.1
li in .Foi'TIn 7 nop m
Jvsln Nn 2 connect with Frisco coming
9Mh Train Nn 1 connect with Frisco go-
gtoulii li w liusil.u.r ai A.
uiiA tiimitii iiiitKtToiir.
K Church South I W Hirers nastori
ibliatli school at 10 00 a m.i preaching at 11
Hit Mil7p m i prayer meeting every wed-
.iit.v ..Anil. iMnhtnnlnn aafvlrn MPPf
eTresojtcrlan lliurcli I) N Allen pat-
rt preaching inndaye at II a m ami 7 p.
i.l annuay tcnooirtius m. prayer rnce-a-Thursday
W RESIDENT DENTIST.
pitiiln. - - - Intl. Tor.
lVjorriR nortliortst corner Opera house
'VUKlMilt Is IIAU1IY
tPIIYSICIANH & SURGKONS
VINITA C. N.
Onlc-j in now nttton building
'j-U. A. M. OLIHKSOAIiES
jftlYSICIAN and SUIIGBON
VINITA. 1. T.
flmer an alalrt In Itarmonil hnllJInu. ltel-
itenoe Juitaoulli nf the t'rUco Hotel.
rues aao timer iiecini irouuiea aci'vcimij.
II. C0M.1NS 31. 1.
j U. S. KxAMININO SOIIOKON
3 llureau of l'eniloni.
Falrland : : ma. Ter.
r.NUS 8 17
PHYSICIAN & SU1CGHON.
Vinita - I. T.
Calls iiromntly attended to night
li:i)I'0U) M. IK
I Al TUiN I. T.
As iitluiulud to at all hours.
MTKI) STATUS COMMISSION!:!!
PianT Division Inii. Tku.
Vinita lnU. Ter.
Said L'ommualoiier'a Jurltillctlon extrmU
vnr theiountrr nccmileil liv the Inillan trlhea
n the ciuanair lnilian axenry. ami all that
art of tin i UiTokm' i.ounlrr elor the nine
y ilitii mernliaii amlaltthe Creek ciiiintry.
Ixx-ollli io iK'tnry puhllci tak depoiltlom
acauowlnlitmoit m ileeOi. niortKasea. etc.
solomnuet m.irr1aget hat nil the iHiuera of
xoinrniftMunpr oi nrcuit cuun in criminal cat
til Jflrlnllc lion tiitlicainoniit ofdoil In elill
eases louri ueiu ai iimia iimi. ler. aim
l.eiiilaily except nuixlajn. Alio ilrpuly
.uf niarriaac ncenma
'o tiiinimli i er ol the Court of Claim
I.IIAIII.a II . JIA'OX
IT nllcil Stair CommlMloiU'r
e.'mr 1-lrAt UlTlton Intl. Ter.
itV H K0lX:UY' A.M. LL.il.
i VINITA I. T.
V Will practice la all the U 8 court for tho
f Jiullan Territory. Collection looVel after
It l all liii.lnj. itrninntlr attemleil to. V'Sfi
f ;f UmlSTOS tc .NOHiVOOD"
!' J LAWYERS.
M. M. Kdmiston MtisUojee 1. T.
A II. NonwooD. Olii'lseu I I
r It. HELL 8 18
Vinita T. T
Vractice in circuit nnd district tourtB
of Dolnwaro and Oooweoscoowee nnd
supremo court of Cherokee nation.
r OKA THAN (lOHi: and F. M. SMITH
Fltonieys-At-Law (lenernl Collection
nnd Loan Agent".
Will practice In ilio U. S. Court.
Vi-iita lm. Tku.
Jonathan Gore Is alio I Commissioner and
I ommlisli tier of lleo.li for the stsle-s ol Kan-
isi. Jlluoarl. ArKni-ta nnu lexa u-ii
PllYoll CltKKK I. T.
NOTARY PU1JLIC lnt JUD1-
Ml Iii'eds. Mortgages. Affidavit. Derntt-
' ) linns turelin to hood and all legal Instru-
Jtenla aexnoivieugeu Auiuuriioil iu inKcep-
' lli-allou for marriage licenses ami writs.
KIX k TIHHILS
fvinii'A i. j.
ATTfillNlSVH AK'II prill Vfilf.l..
i V1L...W ....' wvw..v...-
ORS AT LAW.
Collections inul gonurnl
ITVi T. linilMAX Clielopn Kan..
parlor anil Bedroom Furniture
The Urged stock In southern Kausss
WOOD A MKTALIO COFFINS.
rrsrllesl Lmbaliner. Telegraph orders at-
tended promptly. 4
sT. O. VXjXjID3J"
Hat Just opened In tho IV.lonlc llulld
jug a nicely stileclol stork or
and an examination of price Is Invited
Alto lu connection a full slock of
J100KS i AND j STATIONERY
All lb. LA'lKiir KOVkLSby the most
popular authors of Hie w oild icU
FfCflli brend ftt tlio Hon Tonf
I'ccn:is walnut j etc. Intllng.
Tnltli-qunli Is now tliu Mecca
OouitC'l proceedings noxt week.
Will gropes (lontlful and doad
Dr. U I In keel hitvint; a stablo
Dr. Krnreo lias looms in Hie Kay-
"Woatlicr loo flno" wns tbo Jmlg-
ment Inst rJiimlny."
It. 8. I'rnthcr lost soven stnuks of
liny by flro lust ncek.
Aluron Ilnrlln is sullcrinnsoveroly
with n ilropntcnl nllectfon.
Fnirland and Jlclnlty is bosulged
with Ilia Insiirnnco nijcnls.
Nlco fresh bread nlwnyson hsnd nt
J. h: l-'llppln's Hon Ton bakery.
It Is so dry that wheat is snld to
bo dying In the ground in places.
Wyman Thompson Is preparing to
plact an orchard of -1000 npplo troes.
Tlicro Is iioabateinonlin tlio build
lug boom which Vinita has been enjoy
tinest line ol Jadlcs' shoes over
brought to tho Territory. 15. T. Iron-
side. Jim Hall's now houao adds a groat
deal lo tho npp'caranco of "quality
Our lailroads arc doing a good
business both with and through Vi
Tht' rJhawriL'o dauco has received a
good attetidniicd of visitors from VI-
nllii. W. J. Slningo lias sold his rei-
duiico at Uhelsea and Is going Into
-1). S. Wat re u sold three sucking
jack col In last week to John Wlswell
for $1 000.
--Tho now hardware store cast of tlio
track fltnrtB oil with a very satisfac-
W. 'i Uouutico has moved intoono
of tlio McUlcllan houses near Sam
Tho Aftou baud concert lost Friday
met a hearty reception ivnJ satisfac-
Kev. A J. Kssux will proach In tho
opera house noxt Sabbath morning
and i) veiling.
A very successful entertainment
was given at tho Methodist church last
I'rof. I.owis Is meeting with very
fair miccc&s in the formation of a book-
Tho McGlellan place adjoining
town was burned over In uoinu extent
again last week.
Tho damage rendered to Air. Pat-
ton's buildings by the latollro is being
S-milor (J. I-. WoHhbourno liaJ tho
bad luck recently to lose 230 In cash
out uf his pocket.
Ill 1 1 HaliiB was out at Falrland last
week trying to buy a bunch of steers
lo leed this winter.
.M. I). Hentfro had about seventy-
llvu tons of bulled hay buined Saturday
near llig Cabin swllrli.
-The cemetery was threatened lo be
burned over ono day last week butes-
.-aped and is now fairly sale.
-The .Miirka-blincklororil-Wliilo herd I
ofcntlle have been sold anil will bodriv-
en lo the Osage pasturo for wintering j
talrland and Afton are enjoying a
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mil uuoiurp u u i.iiuiu .. .v i lllltl lllllipuil lipilll llinil J1UWUI-
crop was a set-baek la their expec ' litlnu near thu fair'grouml last Sat-
luliona. i urdnv tiieht. ami like lu bent him lo
A .......... r....i ..II r.irlv fiuii lln
has just been dug by l'etc llurkuess
for Hie mill u.impany to supply the
it was reported luesday morning
that (1. W. Green's hay barn at Kelso
was burned the night before but wns a
Tho country between Muskogeo
and Kufnula is nil burned oir nnd cattlo
aro looking as poor as they should In
Tlio bicycle which enmo tho other
day in care of Skinner & Halcllll was
not fur John Skinner but belongs lo
The limit A Co. building Is prov-
ing tuba nn Important one in depth
hreadih and height; forty feet by sixty
and two stories high.
0. II. Chandlor has rented tho
Halaoll place (tho old Ironsido place)
and will movo over here in order to se-
cure school facilities.
Judge Tibbils has been giving away
dogs this Bttminer and tho operations
ot tho law of supply and demand liavo
kept III in pretty busy.
K. T. Ironsldu has abandoned the
intention of opening n luinbpr yard
and will put In a full lino or general
Tho railroad company hits enjoin
ed Sam Hums from moving his hotel.
across the sldo track to tho silo occti
pied by the restaurant
Ladles at K. T. Ironside's cost of
truck you will find a stock of thots
noxt mok Hint will (surpriso you.
Cheap fur cash Is (ho rule.
Clem llnydeu had 1200 tons of hay
burned on his feeding ground last
weeii. JtopiirU uf damaging prairlo
Hrc8 come from nil directions.
L. l. Crutolillold has been "figur-
ing" on buying out it store ntOlaiO'
more hut we bejievu thu trade is oil;
tho 1). Hill & Co. houeu was Ihoono In
A new platform Is hoingoreotod be.
twcenlhodopolsfor uboIii transrforlug
freight (rum ono line to the other.
Huslucss of this description Is Increas-
The little uhlldion belonging to tho
Presbyterian Sunday School havo un
dertaken tho task of refurnishing the
church pulpit and aru being assisted by
Mrs. Taylor Foroinnn livlugatOo-
wula recently lost her wheat and near
ly everything about tho placo except
the homo by fire Tho house had a
-Sixteen feet have been built on to
tho north end of the MK. .V T. depot
and forty feot aro going (a be put on
tho youth end This will bring it out
neatly lo tho street
Charley Wogucrstolo Isaac Ilrown's
?"H a. -artiOOdys 11 till on tho 201 h
caught near Oolfnyvillc and
.vur to Wm Foreman who
treI Ctioulean went lo Kama City latt
Farmer Itrewitur. of I)nck creek paid Idle
Will ItaiUett vent to Fort (llbton Sunday
and brought home hit wife and babies.
lame Duma of Jlajenllle In (pending
a few days with hit old friend lit this city
Dr Ford of Falrland lit gone toNaili-
Tlllt to take a course of medical leetnret thlt
Mr. 7.. l'umplirey returned a ftw day
Ince fron a Tlilt of iereral week at her old
home In the vatt.
Iter. I) N. Allen I at Atoka attending tlio
rretbylerlan aynodof tlilt territory lie will
return Saturday night.
Mr. A. II Shelton came ni from Snllna
last flonday for a brief yltlt with her daugh-
ter Mrs Dr. Thompson
Mr. Henry Carry lltg up In the vicinity
ofCoffeytllle wa down latt week Wilting the
family of O. W. I.ucky.
Ml Klla I'rather will relnrn from Jeflcr-
aon City Mo next week where the hat been
Willing relative for iereral week.
W. M Ilenton.one of J It. Heck's vic-
tim from Colnmbu. wa flown thlt week
looking after something with a teal on.
Henry Fergnton traveling aa'ciman tor
the Monarch Standard Scale company of Kan-
tat City gave tit a platiant call Saturday.
Walter Crlawelt came over from Alton
Monday to aettto upO W. Green's account
with the McCormlck binder company's agent.
Kugene Hall postmaster at Adair and no-
tary public after tererarweeks of labor In
the clerk's office at this place went homo last
T. II. 1'rlgmora who tome monthi ago
moved to Mluourl came back a few dayt
Ince to gather his crop and clo-e up tome
Vinita wa well represented at tho recent
nnretllngofthoGrant monument In Lincoln
park Chicago. In addition to S. J. Hums and
wife being present (Icorgo Merrill and wife and
MlMiIulia and Mlia Minnie Miller now of
Neothn were also there.
Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver lost
their baby last Tburmlay with spinal
meningitis nnd It vas burled out nt
tho farm noxt day. Tho older child
Is somowhat netter
A check was drawn by the intetior
department olllcinls last Friday for up-
wards ol (lUO.OOOto tnuko tho Delaware
paymont. Tho date wilt be published
in this paper as soon us announced.
W. D. Hitter and n companion were
out hunting near Falrland lad Thurs-
day when the latter wns struck by a
stray shot or two one In the forehead
brint-ing a plentiful quantity ol blood.
For some years tho Oswego Seed t
Grain company have had a practical
monopoly of the grain buying business
ol this country but tin. y will hereafter
meet with competition ut Fuillaud and
A flu n.
Old man I.onis arrested nt Tulsa
for tho killing of a stockman at the
time or the robbery of tlio M K. & T.
train between tho rivers in .Hi no IdSS
was convicted at Fort Smith this week
Mr. Kd Sbniinhnu and Miss .Mary
Shechnn were united in marriiigo on
tho lOthiust. So quiet was the ovcill
that tho eve'ryday aiquaiutance of
the parties never learned of it fur a
weak or so.
-Mr. W. V. Ward's little boy Is very
stck with pneumonia in both lungs and
his life li despaired uf. Tbo family
physician Ironi Nevada Mo w as called
Sunday In consultation with llioutten-
lTnnn Ihn ??lal Inat. Ilio imvitrnnr nf
KnnBnSi 0 recommendation or tho
boarJ Bt )Hri0it cornniuiod tho two
ycar scncllc0 of imprisonment passed
December 0 1810 upon William Oavo
to thirteen mouths
..A8n IPgtln ol the boundary lino con-
troversy between the two men Jim '
mi..... i ..i.i it
ilnntli. Ho u-fia llnwl n ilnllnr.
The hunting parlv whleh wentout
last wopU mm not fi-ry successtiil.
. Will Wright klllodonodoer with a Win-
cli"6tcr iifnrly n nunrler of a mite off.
Tlicro 1h do in ant over on Snnvltinw
niiil niitiiniiiinilt tin iminii in attnatr til '
sa sirMUUiituiiij aew aattv niunn u a
Out nt tho Shnwuee dance a 'gloat
deal of hard elder was consumed v lib
tho general result. One man was
knocked down with a ncek yoke and a
couple of "bad men" woro pullud ol
their horses and "hog-Hod" by tho
As soon as Capl. Cobb gets his
ranch matters oil his hands and can
get to it ho Is going to extend the hotel
building clear back to tho alley. Tho
Iic-uso Is far too small to provide tho
sleeping room required. The nddillon
will give slxtot-n new bed rooms.
-Two freight trains ran Into each
other at Wybark on the M. K. & T. a
short distance north of Muskogee
Monday evening. No ono was injured
but the wreck was a serious one and
delayed travel iwelvo hours One of
thu engineers fnrgottiug his orders was
Tho Viulta- Nursery company's
plan of dealing directly with their cus-
tomers when possible's meeting wlih
deserving success. They havo adopted
tho one price system cud parties living
at a distance can buy as cheaply by
mail as If present In person. Great
caro la exorcised lu filling all orders
Rev. Fayoite Kurd arrived lu tho
city last Friday evening nnd preached
at thu Congregational church twlco
upon Sunday. lie Is a very entertain-
ing tpcakpr and will doubtless meet
with sucoess in his now Held. iuai
dillon to his ministerial labors Mr.
Kurd n ill assist in thu educational
work at tho academy.
-Tho M. K. A T. geueial ofhccis
woro removed from Sedntla lo Parsons
lost Sunday. A strong fight was In
prospoct to retain them for Sedaliabut
as tlio prospects for success were not
Maturing Senator Vest and another
gentleman woro font lo New York
with authority to do what scorned best.
Tho rosult was as stated.
-T. A. Chandler having been in III
health for several months has sold his
grocery store at Muskogee and return-
ed homo Saturday night. Jim Chand-
lor who has been v lib him in business
Is going to Fort Smith to stay a few
weeks and will then ho back here.
"Hert" goes to Tahloquah lo bo on
hand at tho opoulng of council
At W. L. Troll's lumber yard Vi-
nita will bo found a complete slock 6f
building material Including lumbor
lath shingles doors windows mould-
ing cavo trough lime hair Ameri-
can nnd Imported cements plaster
brick mixed paints wall paper etc
Vinita how has two lumber yards and
onplhorono In course of eroutlou Per-
sons desiring to bplh) need not doubt
put mey pan ue ai-comiupunteu at vu
tjltsi "(Jolupetillun Is the life ol Irk do."
TlitS Young fcopt ' s Society of
Christian Kndeavor of the Congrega-
tional church will have a special meet-
ing Sunday nltornoon at 4 o'clock
to which all tho young people and
friends of tho society Are cordially in-
vited. Thit meeting will bo of special
Interest as (en membeis of the society
liavo been attending thostalo conven-
tion of Missouri
A Disastrous Flro.
A sorious flro ravaged a section of
country several miles In extent a short
distance north ol hero ono day last
wcok nnd Is s-ihl to liavo started from
Geo. Morehouse's threshing engine
which was being taken along tho road.
J. A. lioforce lost 223 tons of hay O.
Alprcss 223 tons Wm. IIhcklcr80 tons
Dr. E. II Frayscr 125 tops J.S.Lcforco
a lot ofcano and JImcrsnn Hall a sta-
blo and a Btaek of hay. 8alurday
evening Dj Fruitier attached tho en-
gine and thresher alter they wcro load-
ed upon n car and will bring suit for
Tlicro is no bolter way to cultivate
and liuuro a rapid growth of Ireshly
planted young trees than by mulching.
Karly In tlio spring whllo tho grouud
is jot moist and beforo tlio weeds and
glass begin to grow a heavy mulching
of hoy or straw should bo appfled (do
not bo alrald of using too much.) Tho
soli Is not only kept moist but nil
weeds and grass aro kept down In this
way and tlio land enriched ns well. The
mulching should not bo applied In tho
fall or winter us it invites insects and
mice lo lako shcljcr from the winter
often lo the injury of the trees.
Tho Bank Progressing Favorably.
Wo notico that Mt-.Daly has tho new
bank vault near completion And learn
tho furulturo will bo finished nnd put
in place some timo this coming week.
Since the materialization ol tho bank
enterprise many ol our best citizens
liavo como forward and npplied fur
small amounts o! stock saying that
thoy wished to be IdeutlUed with an
institution that promised so well for
the advancement of business facilities
and Interests in our Hvo town. Many
from the states liavo recently been re-
fused stock owing to tho fact ol our
homo people coining to tho front and
subscribing liberally. Kverythlug
concerning this new enterprise Is
progressing favorably and tho well
wishes of all Vimtn's fiicnds go forth
to tho now bank.
Tho Y. M." a. A. Mooting.
The tenth annual state convention
of tho "Young Men's Christian Asso-
ciation" wns held at Parsons Kansas
October 21st to 25th and the Indian
Territory and Oklahoma were included.
Many delegates from all parts of tho
state of Kansas a few from Oklahoma
and the Vinita representatives togeth-
er with qulto n number of evangelists
comprised the company.
Parsons was hardly prepaicd for so
many but proved themselves equal to
tho emergency. Doors and hearts were
open to tho young men and all wen
cored for as soon as I lie necessity was
fully realized Tho opening services
conducted by State Secretary Fisher
were imprcssivo ana tho singing tiuder
tlio direction or "Charley Ford" was
excellent hut the richest treat was
tho blbla rjeadlug with chart "The
History of Hedomptlou." by Itov. K. 1
Marvin of Sew York. Dr. Brooks of
St. Louis wns ol course the "biggest"
man in every good sonee or the word
ponnected with tho convention. Your
correspondent was denied the pleasure
ol listening lo h'm as vo returned on
Id-ports ol the meet
ings up to Sunday are that I hey were
in every respect successful.
Whereat. It ha pleated our heavenly Fath-
er to remove from us qi)r little friend and Sab.
bathaehool cliJtar Kugene Haynes. aged 10
years who died Iff this city Tuesdsy morning
Oc. SI st 1:31 sfler a short but distressing
I Illness Therefore
Itesolved That as teachers andmembera of
the Presbyterian Sunday school we give some
expression or our sense of bereavement
through the death of one or our brightest and
. ost punctual Sunday school hoys.
itesolved Thst we e)inpatblte with those
bound to hint by still closer ties than oura
Itesolved That white we sorrow with them
we call them to look with ns toward that grpal
and Rlsd reunion ajp-c which "There'll be
Itesolved That w'y send a copy of these
reiolutloot to his bereaved parents and a C6PF
to Tut Indian Uiuis-taix for publication
Eugeue M Haynes waa burn MsySlth lssii
died Oct. SOth Ip-Jl.
On October 18th In the morung he wps at
tho Prrtbyterlan Sunday school where he us-
usllywentor his own choice because or hit
attachment for Mrs William Miller. When
called upon to recite hs ver rje rrtponded
In a clear distinct voice ' "(Jod lalove.'i
On Sunday arternoon while out with tome
ofhla young rrlends; fur a horiebtck ride his
hone becsm frightened and (brew him to the
ground A rrlead going lo bis relloffonnd
him In an nnconsclous condition In which
atate he continued until death came. He was
theson of onr worthy clllten and friend Dr.
Haynes It was asadcaie Indeed but thank
Goilha while we serrnw Tft lbs rmllyH
ll not without hope. He was s manly little
fellow. In the full rounded atate of budding
Into the springtime of life. He stood as It
were on the eve of summer Delng taughl
ROd lryng himself to Irarn remern.lier Ida
Creator In the daya of his ykuth. thst he might
properly meet the oil ones that have come to
ao many. One by one onr friends depart i who
has not lost a fileml I Indeed this esrlb Is
not ou home "lie ye also resdy for to such
an hour st ye think not the Son or Man shall
come." J. W. McCntscr
T1IK WAT TO UU
You have tceu California frequently into
Honed lu newapiper and magatlnes. rta
...... . .-i-.. i i .1 .... ..
nr. t iiithu iic.ii iiivio aii.. nrue rn-
thutlattle letters back home about thecllmale
and the frulta It males you anxious to sec
thp country for roursair
lhe time to go la le the fall and winter.
Then work here It IcMJurciilryt and Califor-
nia cllinsta Is most pleaslug The way logo
livlaSsnta Fe ltoute on one of that line's
popular personally-conducted parlies tear-
lug Chicago every Saturday ererdug nd leav
ing Kansas city every Sunday morning.
-pcclsl agents and porters In atteudance.
Pullman tourist Sleepers are used furnlthed
with bedding mattresses toilet articles elo.
Second class tickets honored Write to U. T.
Nicholson 0. l & T. A. Sauta F ttoult
Topeka Kan for ropy of folder describing
A new lot of thosoiront-lad cliattcl
mortgages with power of sale have
just been printed nt tills olllce Hond
in your orders.
When you wont anything in the
Juwolry lino call at Frank Conner's
jewelry establishment at the Alliance
Dr. L. 0. Rills Dentlstill bo in
Nownla Oct 23lo31
Alluwe Nov I to 7.
Chouteau Nov 8 to 18
Pryor OrejjktJs)v. 19 io 21
OX THE r.Al H OFJUKIrfCtAKK.
Inspired Willi feeling I write the following
lines in memory of a deported friend Jlmmle
Thou art aweetly ralmly ilnmberlng
Where the mournful cypres waves
Vol not alone for elo betide thee
file another kindred grata.
It is valni we'll not dlslnrb thee
Tho' the loud blsst rnu.i; blow-
We can never more awake thee ..'
From thy deep and latrepoe.
Not the chilly winds of anlumn . 'I
Sweeping o'er thy peaceful breatt.
Nor tho raging storms of winter
Shall disturb thy quiet rest.
Not the balmy breeze of springtime
I.aden with Its sneet perfume.
Nor the scorching heat of summer
Can aronte thee from thy tomb.
Why kind one do we deplore thee V
Thou hast climbed the mountain tall I
Long delrlng thtre aspiring
Thou tins! climbed and gained I. all -
Longing grasping didst thou reacKt
'Twas the grave thou Bought for goal) .
All that's mortal there remalneth
Wairted up was tho contented eonl.
O how sadly I're member
Mourning friends I now recall '' '
As a guest mytelf I entered
Through the merry llgthed hall.
Happy eve on this occasion )
Harken to the marriage bell
Which speaks alwaya mirthful pleasure)
Ah how much we cannot tell.
Nft more Joy In life bethink we.
Could bespeak that marriage bell)
Still before another altar
List wo tolls a fnr.ersl knell
la It fancyt are we dreaming?
Has our young friend's spirit fled T
Loving friend and dearest kindred
Sadly whisper "Jlmiule's deed."
Yes 'Us trde he has departed
God It wa the splrltgavei
We can only humbly lay him
In the deep and narrow g'rave.
Father mother alsters brothers
Got will consolation glvei
He's the only true consoler
Look O look to Mini and live.
Once more dear friend aay we farewellr
We'll strew thy grave with flowers.
Which will grow and apeak remembrance
In the gentle summer showers '
Adaih I T Oct.JM 11.
0. II. I'.
XOTI.H I'liOJl AUAIIl.
-Mra. I). 8 Camming Is 111.
Dr. Goff has returned hoinu.
Mrs' L. C Skinner Is visiting her mother
Mrs. Parks. .
Frlce Laugley. ofKlk Mills Is the'gnest
of his sister. Mitt t.lnla.
Adair Is still flourishing Mr. Lenox lis
hi nonte encloiedi Mr. Langleyhaahlafound.
alloi lald D. G. Thompson has the wstl of
his barn op) Mr. 1'ropp la hsullng lumber for
his new shop and Mr. Stewart has hls'house
WCIKOOKF. (IKMKUAI KOTKS.
The SI. K. AT. are at work with twenty
teams scooping out the lake. It la Intended to
make It twenty Tret deeper while there Is little
water In the pond
A disastrous prairie Dre swept the country
south andeatt of here latt week; corn cotton
hay pasturo and orchards were destroyed and
the damage Is heavy.
Knos Dnrant was brought In by Ida broth
er last Mondsy charged with hone stealing.
He had Jumped his bond and the brother turn-
ed him over to save himself.
The Ilaptlst convention of Oklahoma and
the territory doted a three days' session here
Sundsy night. There were a number of dele
gates In attendance and the session was an In-
teresting one. Abont 91000 waa raised for
Will pay fcr The Oiiiektaiv on trial
from now until Jau. 1 1S3.'. Subscrip-
tions Irom a distance may bo made In
lc or 2c postage stamps. Send us
Lockiiart Tex.ts Out. 15 18S9
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.
Dear H')e.- Ship us as soon
as possiblo i L-roi-fi Grovo's tasteless
chill touic. .My customers want
Grove's tastoloss chill tonic nnd will
not liavo nuy other. In ourexperionco
ofover 20 years In the drug business
wo have never sold any medicine which
gave such universal satisfaction.
10 21 J.S. IlrownoA Co.
Malaria iiroduros weakness general
debility biliousness loss of nnpetlte.
indigestion and constipation. Glove's
tasteless chill tonic removes the cause
which produces llieso troubles. Try
it and you will bo delighted. 00 cents.
To get the gcuulne ask for Grove's
Sold by MnrrowACo. Tulsa I. T. 10-21
HnckleriM Arnica Nairn.
The best salve In the wor'.d for Cuts
llruiscs Sores Ulcers Salt Ithcum
Fever sores Tetters Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satUtaction.or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. tor sale by W
0. Potton A. Co.
Mr 0. II. Jomc.uf Spring Hill Iowa
says j 'is have used Chamborlain's
Pain Halm for severe and painful burns
with bo ter cllect than anything else I
havo ovtr tried. It relievos tho pain
instantly and cures without leaving a
scar." Pain Halm is ono of tho most
useful medicines that any family can
be provided with especially fur rheu-
matism lame back sprains bruises
toothache earacho and like ailments.
Ono application will relievo tbo pain
and n fair trial insuro n euro 60 cent
bottles Tor salo by Y. 0 Patlou & Oo.
SKIN DASIK AS GOAL
nmii. l'ltlublo Subject to liOOk
X'pon. SufTcrcd Terribly.
Whole Unity Cotered
Clvrn up liy Sun Kranrlsra Doctors.
ailghtllmoKiivctl $000 us Ho
Wo CurwjU for fcJO by
Lhave msny times studied orerhtt Ccticciu
h done lor ub II lu. reiiorl roe to good health
anUhapplnvwforbfor I tried Ovtkviu Itaxs-
Mas I wm glteii up by all lira doctors In San Fran.
ci.cot imuii 1 ruMt ouiy utru a evrum gcntlemsn's
aditre and trlwl I'niilKA liauxnita sooner. I
a most pttltll subject to look upon wltheeiema
and eutrtred terribly. I waa ahuoet as dark as
coal from my In.tep up to my knees on both leg.
and after thst It broke out all oter ruy body; but
after using half a down ttt ot Cctktih lung.
Vtast was perfectly rMtoml to good lietlth.and
havo enjoyed tlia same over .lnra (which Is for over
iwo jers. A greai numlwr or woiil vUlt my
mii.uuhhi 1IHI 1 lilK IUIU HUUUri
what CXTIceiu baa done for ine but hate thought
that I ought to write and let you know so that
jvd su rri.r iluiuuv m tai. cwiuiy 10 roe.
frocrtetor Marine Host Ilou.e.
liausallio Msrln Co. CaUfornla
The new Wood Purifier Intcmilly (lo tU-an the
blood of all tinnurtUet and polaonou. eltincnts and
thos remove the ciu.eand I UTIcvru the great
Bala Cure and Ccticciu Hmr au etuul.lte Wklir
IlaauUAiir.esternally (to clear the aktu and scalp
and restore the hslrl.ru r e try disease aud humor
of the sktu and lluodlroni pimples to scrofula.
Bold everywhere. . Wee CvTlcouA Wo.j Boir
He.) ItasoLVCkT vl. Prurmied by the 1'ottiu
Dnco asu CuamcAL CunroKATios DasloiK
jr Bend for" How to Cure BUn Ilnr"
U B V V BkU wi Hlall' l'MrWcTsnd beautified
PnPI 0 by Ct'TtcvBA. SoAl-. Absolutely pure
and pains back ache weak UdMya.
Mufcati-.u mnm cm'i M.D. renkrwi
oii iiiijmt by IM CMUas
Alitl-I-Mlii l-lislrr ThAi Sm
Mly ieesuiUMMOu. m1u Ulliug pk-iw.
j a aees a
.VINITA IND. TER.
bo 0 U II U II 0 0 I) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II
fc A 1- .... ...-- . .....
LOW PRICED GOODS
Nice Fresh Goods.
Wo Always have
V """:- t.t
to buiii.u -
been ncwiy F
gooda ly upon
W!"1!. 'r.i. an indue
nenco yuu -
Tc il o Roods. Wo havo just pur-
B." "i .i nvn onening a large
. .u nw vn n si
elock of tho
It will Pay You
G. B. CLENDENNING Chetopa Kas.-
Wi GOODS mm BOOTS and SHOES L
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT.
C2"Wo desiro to say to tbo peoplo ol tho Indian Territory that wo can make
It to their interest to trodo with us. Como in and prlco our goods.
a. B. CLENDENNING
June 4m CHETOPA KANSAS.
Chetopa - - Kansas
Finest Drug Emporium in Southern Kansas.
DRUGS ! DRUGS I
TOUiEO? ARTICLES SSMk' U NdEVgt ETC
AU proscriptions filled by an oxnorlonced pharmacist. Mail orders will
by on experienced pharm&clst.
receive prompt attontion.
Kockloy Block ModIo St
Briuiit Sr Brilliant
A FULL CAR LOAD FOR
Wood or Coal Stoves.
0-A.IjXa kJSTiy I2SrSJDOT TOOK.
FULL LINE OF HARDWARE Etc. Etc.
0 0 t) '
liecnUSO ZOOCIB HOVO
- - hnR..r thov Rro
- ":" r thol
i" V mcrclianfe
Ty 7 .. n.1.1B o
-"- waV 0t
"""'. "...nr-. cV
-: - - wir--
i ill! iisavw -
finest lines of
HATS and CAPS
:i.. Wnd. Wo shalll
!"" ---. . vcU
great picasuro D..w...-0rf
Well to Visit us 1
(Juno 4. 6m)
A Nsfe lnrftntnt
Isoriwiiicnii4gnarttnlefHl to Mnt
roti eaiNntciory fesults or in ea lf
mllnro moturfl of plnchSse fitt On
this saro plsn you can buy from ow
Hiiverilgci! Druggist a hoitle of r
Klrig'g Now Discovery for (Jon.
lion. It Is guaranteed to bring relief
In every caso when used for any allec-
lion of Throat Lnngs or Chest steh
Itronchltls Asthma. Whooplw
Cough. Cronn ell It is pleasant n?
agrccablo to tasto perfectly safe and
can always bo depended upon. Trial
bottlo frco at W. O. Pnttoa A OnY
Wo want every mother to know that
croup can bo prevented. Trad crop
never appears without a warning. Thj
Urst fcymptom Is hoarseness; thon the
child appeors to liavo loken cold or a
cold may liavo accompanied the
hoarseness from tho start. After that
a peculiar rough cough Is developed
which Is followed by the cronp. The
timo to act is when the child llrsl be-
comes hoarse: a few doses of Chamber-
lain's Cough Jtcmcdy will prevent the
attack. Lvon after a rough congh has
appeared tho disease- may be prevent-
cd by using this remedy as directed.
For salo by W. O. Patton & Co. oct
wo dcslro to say to our citizens Out
;'f years we havo been selling Dr.
King i Nter Discovery for Consump-
tion Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. Uuck.
lens Arnica Salvo and Electric Hitlers
and have novcr handled remedies that
sell as well or that havo given such
universal satisfaction. Wo donot
hesitate to euarantee them every time
and we stand ready to refund tho pur-
chaso price If satisfactory results do
not follow their use. Thcso remedies
have won their great popularity on
their merits. W. 0. Patton h Oo.
Train No. 1 eonnecta at Uarrton Ken.
with A. T. 8. r. II. It. for points In Color.
ado Arlsona Ne jj.i Wyoming Utah Ida-
ho Montana Washington and Calllornla.
lias reclining chair ear and fultraan aleeper
Monett Mo to Uarrton Kan.
Train No. 3 eonnecta at St. Louis with rail-
way lines to the East North tnd Sontheaat.
Has reclining chair ear and Pullman sleeper
lost. Louis and Eureka Springs Ft. Smith
Paris and points In Arkansas Indian Terri-
tory and Texas.
Train No. I connects at St. Lonlt with all
railway Unci to the Katt North and South-
east. Has Pullman steeper Monett to Bt.
Louis. Connects at Paris Tex. with O. C.
A 8. F. JX'r and Texaa 1'aclfle U'y for points
In Texas lias Pullman sleeper Irom Monett
to Dallas. J
Train No. 3 connects at Uarrton with A. T.
AS. r.U'y for points In Colorado New and
Old Mexico Arizona and California. Has
Pullman sleeper to Olty of Mexico via. Uarr-
ton and reclining chair carlo Bunion Kan.
Through Pullman aleeper Ilnrrton to Pueblo
Colorado Springs Denver Los Angeles San
Diego and San Francisco Cal.
Through tickets on sale to all points
nitikCTioss rou TntvrxKits.
I'or all Xlnsr Dslalls Call Cpsn the Xlar
Ksatat A Teias llallwj; Ageal.
Take the Missouri Kansas A Tcxsa night
rain (10:13 p. ra ) to St. Louis and all points
east via St. Louis. The morning (S:23a. m.)
train to Chicago lad alt points east via Chi-
cago arriving there next morning In time foi
all east and north bound routes. Doth night
and day tralna make connectlona for all west-
ern points at Kansss City. Through car ser-
vice to Chicago St. Louis and Kansas City.
Arrangements may be msde ahead for sleep-
ers by applying to local agent. Excursion
tickets on salt dally to all aoathsrn and Cali-
fornia points goln- and returning on differ-
ent routes .tickets good six months. Any
further Information desired will be cheerfully
furnished oa application to
A. 0. Pick Art I.'.
niUDWOOI) SOOTH DAKOTA.
The (robtcm of easy acceaa to the above
point t now solved by the opening ot the Lew
line ohnnnuxlUigtoa Routs Into this lire ctty
ot the BUc'..- UUls couutry.
On February 3st tho new branch ol the D. A
M. K.JL leaving &:siala line of the Black
IUUi extecalon at Edgemont S. D was opened
for business thus supplying alomjlcltwaot-tii
a direct el) rail line from the-MIsaourl river to
the Black Hills. The service and equipment oa
the new line will bo op to the usual high stan-
dard of Uurllngton ltoute trains and will con-
sist of day coaches nnd I'allman Palace sleep-
ing cars a through Pullman Sleeper will
leave Omaha Sally at 1035 a. m arriving In
Dead rood the nut day at 13:01 noon. Parties
from south and eait of Kansis Ctty or Bt.
Joseph can take a through sleeping car leaving
Kansas City at :! and St. Joseph at 11:43 p.
m. for Lincoln arriving there the next morning
In ample ttme to make connection with the
through al-'pcr for Deadwood. The Burling
ton wcat bound through trains from St. Louis
aluo make direct connection with this aleeper
For further la formation la regard to ra'ea
etc call on or addrcas IL O. Orr. O. B. W. P.
A tea Mala SV Kansas City Mo ox
a. P.4T. ig'trst. Louis.
Indian Territory (
TtaroraIInn.ahaa.lt. Mason. U. 8. Com-
mlttloner rint Judicial Division.
E. CKUTOH FIELD. Plaintiff
JAMES MARTINDAI.E D.fendant.
The defendant Jtmts Martlndale Is hereby
warned to appear In court on the SOth day of
October A u. 1W1. to answer theromplalnt
Cliss It. Uason U. S. Commissioner VI-
.1. I...1 Tw
1-7 ' Axis 4 Tibuils Pia"s. Atty'a.
Ve want agents everywhere to tell our Lit-
tle Nigger. The runniest and most langhable
trick out. SlOadaycanbemadeaelllngthem.
All yon have to do fa to show It. It sells Itsetr
Send IS cents for sample and tarraa to
OKNEUAL AOENCT and NOVELTY CO.
Iloom so m So. Clark St. Chicago III.
MUXES for SAJLVE!
B. H SBONNBR Vinita I. T.
haa two car loads of Mules ltady for fedlng
or work most ot them two and three years
old i lew four. aug IS
014 P Bt Washington D. O.
Special Attention Given to Land
Mining1 and Indian Depreda-
Gov. Oeo W.Steele QuthrleOk
Sen l-.U Plumb Kmporla Ka. t-7
Patronize Home Industry !
II ay your
Trees Vines Small fruits lows .
Wo will begin digging packing
and sliipping nbout tlio first of No
vombor and contiuuo until frozeH
woatlicr prevents. Wo
among other Block about
Ono anil Two-Yoar.Old
Trees (very flno) io oMor
fall trade at
VJ3RY LOW PRIOKCt.
Those wishing to plant thU fell
sVic-ultl oirdr firrly so m to faaWVai
prompt iHttntlos.. VtiUkllif
UAVm A rRAZWa
o a yiaiu r.T.
AU took gtntraiitecd tro to MM
P ' W
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