The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 28, 1892 Page: 3 of 4
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1 Inrlinil nillAl'fniTI Memos!.. I A box supper will be clved at the I GoffAOmiJM. ' BUSINESS I0CA1S.
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Ind. Teh. Jan. 28 1892
Local Railroad Time Tabloi.
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Na.le freight and aecom
8T. LOWS A BAN FRANCISCO ttAIMVAY.
T.i. SI Ij tofiepnlpa
St. Lonls express
Through coaches from 8
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- KANSAS CITY . FT.8MITH A SOUTItKIlN IIY
Train Nq. 4 leaves Joplln TtOO a m Neosho 8:14
a m arriving al Sulphur Springs at 1 1:1.1 a m
Train No Heaves Joplln &i42m Neosho 8i
p m arriving at bnlpbur Springs at 81IO p m
Train No 1 leaves Sulphur Springs at 7:30 a m
' arriving at Neosho 8 49 a m Joplln S 4u a ra
Train No S leaves SulphurSprlnge at 12 V) p m
v arriving at Nroiho 3 45 p m Joplln 8 00 p m
Ipeclal Snnday train leaves Joplln 7.4.1 a in
"Keosho 8.4S a m arriving at Snlphnr aprlngs
at 10 80 a m lteturnTni. ;-vc; lphur
Springe at 4 Mom arriving at Neosho 8.4
ti m Joplln 7 80 p ra
Trains No s connect with Frlsro coming
north TralnaNo 1 conntrt with Frltco go-
Ing south II W HUSH. O. V. A F A.
TisiTA cnuutti pintCTonr.
U E. Church flonth -J W McCrary patton
Babtialli ichool at 10:00 a. m. 1 preaching at 11
a. m and 7 p. m. I prayer muting every Wed-
nesday evening. Commnnlon (tiTlca every
Presbyterian Church. I). N Allen pal-
lor! preaching Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7 p.
m. Bundsy school at 10 a. m. prayer meet
Congregational Chun h Her. Fayette Hurd
paitori eervleee every Snnday at II a m. and
7p.m 1 Sunday School at 10 a m. Chrlatlan
Kndeavor Society 4 p. m. Fraier meeting
Terr Thursday evening.
n? A ma
Ohelsoa I. T.
General 0 Merchandise.
$1200 worth of new good bought
Tuesday. Ho in in a few days
Heavy clothing flannel and winter
boots going at cost.
Beat grado flour $2.25 per 100.
Send ua tlio news oven though you
have but ono item.
Ftvo years hence a good bearing or-
chard w ill be a bonanza.
9 V Deniitv NliorKT Joe Ilnnlivlinil.
flXJ. Claremore died recently.
I J Mrs. Cass has a good sewing ma
chine ene will soil for f 10.
5 packages of Arbuckle and Lion
co'lleo for (1.00 at Swain's.
t Clerk-II. II. Trott is sick and could
not atlend court this week.
Just received a car load of northern
potatoes at W. O. Wright's.
Tho snow stayed with us persistently
but is now a thing of tho past.
A child of Thompson Fields' died lasVj
frrldy and was uurlod Saturday. '
. Pry or Creek now shows a healthy
RiowYh'and has good prospects.
The colored pruple have been "prov-
JngMp;theIr rikhts" again tlila week.
Kemembor Ruv. 11. C. Cronln's lee-
turo at the Academy Friday ovo. Fob.
Jphn Merchant who suflered astroke
ol parnlygia somo time sinco la getting
Go loV.(0. .Wright's for staple and
fancy'grorurles; also all kinds of pro-
If Is thought tho Old Settler pi ill in
ln'Was'hingion lain a fair way to bo
. It looks as though tho bad weather
was over; lot's hope that appearances
are noj deceptive in this csao.
Jonathan Coro Is enduavoring to se-
cure the erection of a mill at Blue
Jacket.'jvHb fair prospects of ruccess.
"Kov. Mr. Parks of Wagoner is about
.trading for n farm ueai Afton where
ho expects to move if the transaction
Iforiet and mulct for tale. W.
3. Pvtton it- Co.
J.'M. Hall at Tulsa baa lost a black
(totter 1I01: for which ho oiler a 10 re
ward; if stolen will pay $25 for convict-
ing evidence. '
Stockmen tho tlmo fur making
known your braud by advertising lias
' arrlvod. Tiir Uiiieitaik a herotofore
is ayuur disposal.
Dr. Alorrlton of Cholsea had a child
bitten by a dog supposed to liavo rab-
bles last week. Great apprehension
.or1 the child is felt
Tho M. Kc T. la going to erect a
depot atChotopa something that town
. has not had sinco Ore burned tho old
one a year or moro ago
' Ten tbouaand mallard tluoks wanted
nt Duncan & Ellison's butcher shop
llon't fall to bring along your quails
ond get the cash for them. It
i-ontno next w days woarogoiug to
mnKo money ior our menus in tna urj
Call and examine
our hnraulng. R. M. Swain
Mat. Flanlgait sold his Giand river
placo soma time aijo to W. T. PavU
and purchased (he Abe Ketchum farm
at Coodya'Bluff Whore ho now lives.
neiaoii auuou 1110 uiu gunuuiuiiu
i who soma years ago conducted ina
Chetopa Statesman and subsequently
lemovod It to Oswego died lust week.
-A( persuns Indebted to W. C Pat-
ton A Oo either by note or account
will pla come forward and pay up
tir thair notes and accounli will lAi pat
oUt-fti fcOlJvnllou If
-Vied Walker wa 011 from Afton a few
-W. O. Ctlawell came o?er from Afton yea'-
lerday will go.to work for the McUor-
Inlck company next week.
Edllora Thompson and Irey of the Tahle-
qoah Sentinel and Telephona reapectlrely
trera on onr atreeti tlila week
"Moliit M. Tkyior. Jr. acting aa drpoty
clerk came In Tneaday from Claremore to
make Ida report of the lecent term of conrj.
K E. flrallh who tiaa a ranch between
"Ig creek and ths Vefdlgrla called Tneaday
to place hie brand ad ertlaement In these col-
W. J. Strange of Chelsea wat In town on
bnslness this week. A conspicuous adrer-
tlsement In this Issue will show that he In-
tends to be "In It."
-Iler Mr. ritoblnson. of the Methodist
church preached In tbta clly last erenlng.
being en route to Miami to which elation he
nas just been assigned.
'. M. Crowell.the Aflon and Falrlandmer-
chant was In Tuesday to attend a law suit aa
as a wltnese. lie anttclpatra a good business
ror his recently acquired Falrland alore.
K. 11. Wright president ef the Cherokee
town commission was In the city Tuesday for
the Oral time In six yeara (since he waa dep-
uty aherlff.) He notes astonishing Improve-
ments. A. Holler postal clerk on the Utile Rock
and Coffeytlle line was In the city several
daye recently on a vacation. Hie car jumped
the track near Little Kock eome three wceka
ago and turned over twice bat Alva lend hta
aaslstant neaped through the roof without
Wagoner Is to havo a flour mill.
Tho prospoct' lor this yeur'a whoat
crop is anything but promising owing
to dry weather1 both at sowing tlmo
and during tho winter.
Tho new barber Jack Essex Is a
'band teacher arid ton mm will meet
with him to-morrow night and orgtn-
Izo a band or reorgan Izo the old one.
Thn Alton Comedy Co. will presont
a farco on Friday evening Fob. 6th
cntitcd "Slasher and Crasher" the
proccoda to bo devoted to (bo use ot
A man named Mailman who is runJ..rv nf thn'i.n.ilno ..f tl.n l'llurlma.
a sawmill near Pryor f!rpnlr.rV. .. o.. -1. 1.......
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ins loot in ino saw Monday
night cutting 11 absut in two. His log
waB also broken.
Mr. "Sell" M. Perry' and Miss Augus
ta 1.. kampKins. Dot 11 or tho (Jhctokce!
nation were married at tho WyandottOK
patsonago on Jan. 14lh ilov. W. 8.
.Ion. 1.11 Ii linn w a'
A full-blood Cherokee named Runabout-pig
who resides ou Horso creek
XY died one morning last week and before
TSjloon of tho samo day his wife also
' died both of tho grip.
W. P. Henderson and L. W. BuIing-
Ion aro on . irndo for the Jas. Musk-'
irat stock df goods at Alton. Claude
8he"on r tout with jm O'uesday
to I t over tho stock.
Tahlequab 8e?s no Immedlalo pros-
pects of n through 1 nil road either
from the north or east but tbero is
soino talk of a brunch of tho Valley
road from Ft. Gibson
A team was driven into Grand rlvrr
last Friday at Island Ford and bo-
coming frightened lost their footing
and wero drowned7 Some women and
children in the wagon wero rescued.
J.E. Hancock has undertaken the
managompnt of tho barber shop In the
Cobb house and will make it a aucccsa.
Jack Essex is tho artist tonsorial andJ
a good OUO ho Is. Seo card In this
Not a lew of our old subscribers In
sending in their renewals aro sending
the subscription of a neighbor or
friend along wilh.thoirs. This is ap-
preciated and will not bo forgotten in
Thero wns'no mall service between
this place and Southwest City last
week owing to ttit'conditlnn of Grand
river and the depth of tho snow. Mr.
Walkor is pretty certain but his horses
aro not provided with snow shoes.
' John Wagner was convicted of murV
derm Flint dlstrictjuno day last week
and sentenced to be executed at Table-
quah April 15th. Uls victim was Geo.
Daugberty and an accomplice was
John Muakrnt who is still at large.
Parties desiring to take the Missouri
Pacific cither east or west at 'Chetopa
should leave Vinlta on tho morning
train. For (he east the conneclion is
quito close but for iho west tho tray
oler la compelled to waltuntlU:45p m.
.. Mrs. Col. Win Denny of Vlncenncs
L-id. will' lecture for tho W. O. T. U.
at the Presbyterlau church Thursday
night Jannaiy 28th. All aro cordially
Invltod to attend and can feel assured
of n rare troat in hearing Mrs. Denny.
Crittenden Jennings for the part ho
played in tho city court recently spent
live days in tho calaboose and tho cor-
responding nights nt tboclty marshal's
home. It should be a lesson to several
other boys in this placo besides "CrU'."
E. Wllcul will havo another car ol
twenty-six mares here this week sim-
ilar to tho Patton stock which bo will
aell at a price to mako somo man good
money. Twenty of them will havo
colts nHXt spring. Oanboseonat the
There is a continued conflict of au-
thority in regard in tho sale of beer In
tho Choctaw and Chickasaw nations.
Agent Bennett inalstB upon Ida officers
'destroying the beer al Pureed and
th'o U. S. Marshal at Paris has ordered
tho arrest of all persons acting upon
f lonilay night a drunken pastenger
03 tho ten o'clock train entored tho
baggage car at this placo and being or-
dered out "mads a gun play." At this
juncture n mau who was riding with
ttie baggagoman picked up the poker
and belabored the "Hitter creek" gon-
A note Irom Oapt. O. V. Rogers re-
lating to abusineas trasactlon closes
with thb information that his family
Is well but thero is a great deal of
sickness In tho neighborhood Fivo
out nfix peisous In Nelson Foreman's
family on Canev. have died. Cattle
aro doins poorly.
01oTn Qyatah ull-blood Cherokee
t convcteii ur(fony at oiareraoro
this week and It being his third of-
fouco ho wa sentenced b Watt Starr
district Judge 10 ten years' Imprison'
ment. Clem atolo a hofse from old
man Sago while at camp meeting and
wont out to tho Strip with It
convention and Institute of Bun-
day school workers lu the Presbyter-
Ian church Vinlta Fob 13-14 during
tho visit of Dr. Cronlu la in contem
plstlouj K la hoped that tho co-opera
tion of alt Hut-day school workers from
Olarsmore to Seaeca and from Chetopa
to Muikofes) will to trtcurt
A box supper will bo fllVen at the
Hawkins school housoon tho evening
of February 13tb Iho pnrposo bring to
rulao hinds for a new floor In the
school Iiouao. A general InvltAtion Is
Tho board ol town commissioners
for tho Chorokeo nation organized
Tuesday with tho election of E. B.
Wright president; F. M. Connor treos-
nrcr; W O. Xelms secretary; office
Governor Jours of the Choctaw na-
tion lias Issued general Instructions to
his sheriffs to report Immediately all
dealers In intoxicants under whatovor
name and will take a hand in tho tern-
peranco crusade now In progress.
A refined Cherokee lady in ordering
tho paper sent to Iter daughters who are
attending echo' In tho states cloaoa
her letter thu "We consider Tub
Chieftain tho only Nawspapor in the
torrltory and wish you ovory success
for the year just begun."
Dan Hughes If ho Is not "atrotchlng
tho truth" has somo very intelligent
hounds. They will bo lying about tho
houso and when a train comes up tho
bottom if two or (hrco toots aro given
by tho locomotive thoy will tear oat
for tho railroad liko wild recognizing
the signal that cattle aro on tho track
and anticipating n mess of fresh moat.
An Item In tho Kansas City 8tar ono
day last week contains an account of
tho death of a man named Henry Ncl-
mcler by suicide. This is no relation
of George Kelmeyor of this town (tho
names are spelled differently) albeit
ho has a brother In Kansas City
named Henry as he has been heard
.from sinco that tlmo.
Rev. Mr. Hurd will repeat by special
roquest at tho Congregational church
next Sunday morning last Sunday's
sermon on "Certainty in Religious
Things." In the evening ho will ro-
peat also by rcqueat his sormon on
Iia nilnflma nM.ntiml fn t.t ItniltvAr.
"- w" - . --. - - n- r
iuu-iatv( icvuun'ci iaoi
J. O. Anderson & Co. tho outgrowth
ofHcthelt & Little la tho Inaurance
firm.. Mr. J. O. Anderson Is tho affa
ble John tho druggist and if ho devel
ops into as good an insurance mnu ns
) vras a compounder of medicines
sneuess 1 certain. lr. Little as here-
tofo re will devote tho msjgr portion of
his attention to the life Jnsurauco de
t is protly hard to go anywhero
hout running arross somo 0110 from
this country. One evening last week
at Che union depot St. Louis tho
writer mot Will Ocok and Gtts Martin.
Two davs later at the same placo ho
met S.O.Hall Winfleld Scott and wife
Col. J G. Taylor ond Doel Baugh.
Mrs.. IV. (J. Hall was met on tho street
. J. Flannelly & Co. ono of tho two
prinolpat dry goods firms of Chetopa
were burnnd out upon Wodnomlay
morning of last week; loss $10000
or $12000 partly injured. Tho
Ore started within tho building but
from whatsourcois beyond conjecture.
Liko VlDlta Chetopa has no fire ex-
tinguishing apptiancos and only tho
heavy snow upon surrounding roofs
saved tho whole block. .
Sontenao-d to bo Hangrod. K
VYjii.ltfa Parker. I.t Thnrad.
April 27th as tho dao of execution of
Aloxander Litwis for tho murder of
Benjamin C. Trovers In June 1838 and
Sbeppard Bctsby for killing Deputy
Marshal Barney Connolly In August
1891. Lowis who resides at Tulsa Is
ono of tho ftvo men who par'.iclad
in the Verdigris trBln robbery on the
Missouri Kanans &' Texas railway in
1888 at which tlmo ono Travers a pas-
senger was killed. Of the fivo robbers
three hnvn been killed at different
I times while resisting arrest nnd one
Lconfeeso-J 'furnishing evldenco upon
which iewis was uroitgnt tojusiice.
Tho Roorgnnlzod Medioal Board.
For thu information of tho public
and our medical friends in particular
Ibe following Item from a recent issuo
of tho Advocate is gtvon: Dra. R. A.
Burr Charles M. Ross and Jesso Busli-
yhend bare been commissioned and
assigned as a medical board to the first
supreme judicial circuit composed of
Dclawaro Cooweescooweo and Saline
Drs. J.M. Thompson G. W. Clca
laud and R. W Murray to tho second
supreme judicial circuit composed of
Tahlequab Illinois and Going Snako
Drs. Charles Harris D. Ii. Burko
and George Waters to the third su-
premo judicial circuit composed of
Canadian Flint and Sequoyah dis-
tricts. JIIIW FIIO AUAIIt.
t Mrs. Illllla Is very low with pneumonia.
XnKogert ie quite sick with pneumonfs.
J. II. Lanxle made a visit to Chetopa laal
Mies tllunlt Carlisle returned to her homn
In Chetopa laat week
-Win Gullear went to Wagoner last Satur-
day night 011 business.
Our postmaster sports a line gold watolt
and chain sinco returning from court.
The oyatrr supper and bell Tliuraday night
ont al Jack Thompson's w aa hlgnly appreciat-
ed by the young lolW
S. 11 Terry have received a flnr line of
boote aud shoes and are expecting aulre lot
of dry goods In a few days.
lira. John Lamb had the misfortune to gt t
bit by a mad dog one day last week shell
now at 1'elrce City trying a road atona
What has become of our l'resbytcrlaii
minister! He has not been here for Hire
mouths) there am two vacant Sundays that
we would be glad Ifsomeone'would All.
'John Wallace Is quite sick
Oil Smith left the Uth for Taxaa. on bull
11 tai he will be back soon.
MIssKmma Dillon of Falrland visited
her relatives Ur. and Mrs. F. M dinner this
I)r Kll James handsom rnMeiuw le mow
completed and Is occupied by the doctor and
Tboe. Ilallard one orllufJacket'a prom-
nenl merchants gave'ua'a pleasant call last
We are having some beauUtnt weather
and the last rreatsof old Ublher Uuota have
Or. Nrwloq one or our mout prominent
physicians and msrebants left last Sunday to
visit relatives In Tulsa
Mrs X. II. Hreedtoya and daughter Ulse
riorenoe or Prairie City gava ua a pleasant
visit this week) call agnln.
-There will ba servloeslield by llev. Moero
In the new M K. church at raltland Hauday
the Slit at II a. m Don't fall to attend
One car load of barb wire 011a car load f
buggies and hardware ad f ns car lead of
iBtaber ware anlpaded la Falrland Mody.
Kw Ii Ul forbslner
Among the pleasuree of the holiday were
visits from Miss IllrdleTrott.of Vinlta and
Mra.K. M Alberty.ofTahlequah
-The mild wlllhtr of Chrlitmas did not
prepare us for the (now storm which ragd
last week The landscspe'a bright beauty
doea not atone ror the suffering of the animals
exposed to the Icy wind.
F.very week almost bring tidings of an-
other added to the list or those who are swept
away by la grippal aeldom has our nation
been so afflicted Or the family of M r. Nelson
Foreman consisting of six persons only one
Is left. The first logo waa the yonng son
Kills Mr Foreman and his son-in-law 7.eko
Taylor were bulled theeatnedsy. Mrs. Tay-
lor the tatter's wife followed two days later
her Infant only anrvlvlng her ehort time.
"Those that wept them those that weep
All shall with these sleepers sleep "
May It be the blesssd sleep of the Christian.
0SHJ3IA ASH TICHHTT.
rienty of alock water.
S. T. Clarkhas moved on Charlie Freellck'a
Four burials at Hickory Grove one day
-Literary at the new achoot honse eyery
quite a number have been to Ihe Strip and
relurnedi others going.
r-Mr. and Mrs. Ueorgo Dixon are going to
move to their farm near Itlurjacket aoon.
John Crotierls making arrangemente to go
to his claim In the Sao and Fox eountry.
Illtl Howell'a homo occupied by Mr
Sweeney burned laat Monday night. Mr.
Sweeney was able to save only his bed and
Mrs John McCullongb has been quite sick
but glad to state la lmprovlng also little Oeo
McCnllough who has been quite low !
Till! 0. A JI VESTIBULE I.IKE.
I'assengera going to any point east or south-
east and desiring a quick and comfortable
trip shopld take the Ohio A Mississippi Fly.
the fast line from St Louie and the only one
running a paaacnger train through to Cincin-
nati the time being less than ten hours.
Three dally vestibule trains are run by the
O. & M. to Cincinnati and two to Lpulsvllle
making direct connectlone with all traloa for
the eaat. northeaatand southwest and trains
of this line are equipped with elegant Vesti-
bule Daycoachee.and l'nllman'e lateatpatern
In Vestibule Parlor Library cars and aleepera.
The sleeping care are run through from St.
Lonls to Washington llaltlmore Philadel-
phia and New York without change and the
fare to theae polnta Is less by the O. A M. Ity.
than by other through car routes.
Owing to Its Jexcellent ;thvough ear service
and fast time the O X M. Is enabled to
carry about ninety-flve per cent cf the travel
from St. Lode to aad via Cincinnati east-
See that your tlcketa read via the popular
O.AM Ity. for sale at offices of connecting
Kor further Information call on or address
A J. Lytlo. Oen'l Western I'asa'r Agent
Ohio A Mlaslsalppl Ity.. 103 N. Ilroadway Ht
Louie Mo ;
Train No. 1 connects at Burrton Kan.
with A. T. A 9. F. 11 It for polnta In Color
ado Arltona Nevada Wyoming Utah Ida
ho Montana Washington and Calllornla.
Has reclining chair car and Pullman sleeper
Monett Mo to Burrton Kan.
Train No. t connects at St. Louis with rail-
way lines to the East North arid Southeast.
Has reclining chair car and I'nllman sleeper
to St Lonls and Eureka Springs Ft. Smith
Paris and polnta In Arkansas Indian Terri-
tory and Texas.
'I rain No. connects at St. Louis with all
railway lines to the Kaet North and South-
eaat. Has Pullman sleeper Monett to St.
Louis. Connects at Paris Tex. with Q. 0.
ASF ll'y aud Texas Pacific K'y for points
In Texas Has Pullman sleeper irom Monett
Train No. 3 connects at Burrton with A.. T.
AS. F. P.'y for Polnta In Colorado New and
Old Moxlco Arliona and California Has
Pullman sleeper to Olty of Meilco via Bnrr-
ton and reclining chair car to Ilurrtou Kan.
Through Pullman sleeper llurrton to Pueblo.
Colorado Springs Denver Ixa Angeles Sap
Diego and San Francl-co Cat
Through tickets on sale to all points.
liKIUIUJIXn SHOUT lisi:s.
The bee line to success Is alwaya a abort
ono buccetatul people do not go round a ten
acre Held. They go across lots That Is why
the Santa Fe Uoute to Chicago la so popular.
It Is the shortest llnei therefore most sucecat-
ml Thirty mllea leas distance to cover Le
tweeu Kansas City and Chicago than any com-
petitor. Equipment Is all that Is required for
comfort and convenience consisting of solid
veatlbule trained Pullman palace sleepers
library chair cars dln.ng cara and day
Leave Kansas City :M p. m. or 0 40 p. m.
and arrive at Chicago SiM a. ra. or 9:15 a. ro.
the next day. A alower train leaves Kansas
Olty8.ua. m. and arrives Chicago 7:30 a.
m. with sleeper Fort Madison to Ohlcaga.
inquire or W.J. Jxyiii.r Passenger Agent A.
T. A 8. V. It. U. Co. 1000 Union are. Kansas
UA.tTB FOB SALK LOST 8T1UTID STOLE.
lUeh notice ot the character Indicated not
exceeding fifty wobd will be Inaerted two
weeka nader this heading for rtrrr cinrs.1
SnuvaD l"iom Chelsea on the Uth Inst.
two horses) uo a sorrel 10 or I yeara old
white hind feet fllleen hands high branded
KISon lert lilpi the other a bay no brands
5 years old Will pay liberal reward for In
formation leading to their recovery.
tt-i Address U W IIh.wk Chelsea.
SrnAVXD A dark Iron gray mare branded
two half circles with their backs together X
on right ahonlileri had a black horse sucking
colt when laat scent also a two year old black
atalllon no brands. Were running ihrea
mllea south or Cheltea Will Five I0 for In.
formation leading to recovery Address. 11.
W . Klder or P J Coyne Chelsea I T H-M
Why pav 75 cents or $1.00 when you
can buy Plantation Chill Unre.(Itgu-
lar and Tasteless) for 50 cents which
Is guaranteed to euro you. Forsato by
W. O. Patton A Co.
.WW AS BEEF-STEAK
Baby's Fearful Suffering from Slcla
Dlseaao Covering Kutlro Body
Cured by Cullcuro.
Uy baby was taken Terr elck
nnth aLI Bit. I In fW ! b
ben he waa three
a began bleating oat
We eniptoted Uilh of the bame doctors and they
.....dil .In nnlhln for htm
Then we at nt for the.
bait doctor In Katon lUplda Mich. aud.be doc-
torrd hint for lo
weeks and he got
worse alt the time;
and then 1 took htm te
Jackeon to a dovtor
who atuoda eepecUllv
to ekln dlsraue and
then be jrol worse man
ever. Then I told my
husband we had belter
try the Cvticcoa
Usvauiae any way;
did not bare any Idea
they would do any
good but la less than
iwa montbe frm tho
II me we began giving them to Mm he was entirely
wall and not a spot on him. UU bur began
enwlag rliiht off. and we thought he wobm
atwav biU.headed. There waa not a spot eu
hla wheia bodr. face aud head only hta noe aud
yea but what waa as raw as beef-ateak. Bo
th.ra ... juit .nvthlnr but bones and eo WW
could raise neither band nar head.
Una rilAMK UAIUIETT Winfleld JUab.
The new Wood and Bkln PurllWr.and .greatest of
Humor lUiaaliee cleaners the blood of all lie port-
tl ee and iiolaououa elements and thua removea the
cium whlla CUTICUBA the groat akin cure and
Uctiocua Hoar a eiqulslte akin beauUIWr clear
IHe ekln and scafp and rostora the hair. 1 hue the
Cirricvaa Umaoiia cure every speclee ol llchlog.
birulng ecaly ptiuply and bloichy skinny aad
bhrad dlaeaaM from plnplee to acrohila from
tntancy to age when the beat phyelclaBa fall.
JVuI Uxautvaxx. ! rrepanrf by the Pottxb
Duua ai CuaticAi ConeoaATioa Boenn.
&f B.ci lor " llow to Cure Blood Dlseaeea."
O Ekln and Scalp purified and beaullned
0 by Ccticusu Uoir. Absolutely pure.
T ua BMlauate Ua OuUeurei An1!.
y4M naeavr rettevea rbeamaUo ec.
aCMa asp. Money eaeea-MKi amteewiw
earn weaMe.e an. ..
18 "" JJaff- lT
When In Oholopa.Kansas stop aftho
National hotel a M. Sirodo proprro-
or If you want first-class accomrnoda-
Ions. Rates $2.00 per day.
Full supply of "chattel mortgages
with power or sale." the regulation
Arkansaw aud territory pattern ut
Plantation Chill Curo (Regular and
Tasteless) Is tho only remedy prescrib-
ed by physicians. For ealu by W C
Patton A Oo.
A new lot of those ironrlad chattel
mortncs. with power of sale have
just been printed at this olflce. Send
in your orders.
Our sales of Plantation Chill Curo
(Regular and Tastelcbs) oxcecd In
amount or all others together. For sale
by W. C. Patton ft Co.
Wo rofund money in every Instance
if Plantation Chill Curo (Regular and
Tasteless) over rails butlt never falls.
For sale by W. 0. Patton & Co.
Wo would no urge an articlo with-
out merit. Wo urgo and guarantco
Plantation Chill Cure (Regular and
Tasteless). For Balo by W. 0. Patton
Ston and think! Plantation Chill
Curo (Regular and Tasteless) cures 09
cases out of overy hundred and price
ouly 60 cents tor bsIo by W. 0. 1W
ton & Co.
That tired feeling which ia experi-
enced by so many people living in ma-
larial districts can bo cured by taking
Grovo's taBtolcss chill tonio 50 cents.
Is as pleasant as lemon syrup. To got
the genuine ask for Grove's. Sold bv
Murrow & Co. Tulsa I. T. 10-21
Grove's tasteless chill tonic is a per-
fect malarial liver tonic and blood pur-
ifier. Removes biliousness without
F urging. As pleasant as lemon syrup
t la as lar.e as any dollar tonic and
retails for 60c. To get thegeuulne ask
for Groev's. Sold by Murrow & Co
Tulsa I. T. 10-21
You run no risk. All druggists guar-
antee Grovo's tasteless chili tonic to do
all that tho manufacturers claim for it.
Warranted no curo no pay. There
aro many Imitations. To get tho gen-
uine as for Urovo's. Sold by Murrow
& Co.Tulsa l.T 10-21
Malaria produces weakness general
debility biliousness loss of appetite
indicestion and constipation. Grove's
tasteleBS chill tonic removes the cause
which produces these troubles iry
it and you will be delighted. 50 cents.
To got the ucnuine ask for Grove's
Sold by Murrow &Co. Tulsa l.T. 10-21
Wealth Is supposed to eivo case but
what if the possessor happens to hAvo
chills? Why ho should simply ex-
change 50 or 75 cents of his wealth for
n bottle of Cheatham's tasteless chill
tonic and Ills case would be restored.
It always cures chills. Guaranteed.
Sold by R. L. Baugh Choutean I. T.
Travelers may learn a lesson from
Mr. l D. Cone a prominent attorney
of Parker Dakota who says: "I
never leavo homo without taking a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with me and
ou many occasions have ran with It
to tho relief of some sutlerer and have
never known it to fait. For salo by W
C. Patton & Oo.
RncMcn's Arnica. Salro.
The best salve in the world for CnU.
Ilrtiises Soros Ulcers !att Ithetim
Fever sores Totters Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin hrnp-
tions nnd positively enres Piles or nc
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perrectsatlslactlon.or money raiunaea
Price 25 cents per box. VorsalebyW
0. Patton Ca.
Mr. William T. Price a justice of the
peace at Richland Nebraska was con-
fined to his bed last wintor with a se-
vere attack of lumbago; but a
thorough application of Chamber-
Iain's Pain Balm enabled him to get
up and go to work. Mr. Price says:
"The remedy cannot bo recommended
too highly. ' Let any ono troubled
wllh rheumatism neuralgia or lame
back give it a trial and thoy will be of
tho saran opinion. 50 cent bottles for
salo by W. C. Patton A Oo
Lockiiakt. TEXAb. Oct. 15 1SS0
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.
Dear Sirs: Ship us as soon
as nossiblo 2 cross Grovo's tasteless
chill tonic. My customers want
Grovo's tasteless chill tonic and will
not have any other. In our experience
o(over20yearsin the drug business
wo have never sold nny medicine which
gavo such universal satisfaction.
10-21 J. 8. Browne A Co.
Wo authorize our ad verilsod druggist
to soil Dr. King's New Dlfcovery for
consumption asoueha and colds upon
thU condition. If you nro nftllcted with
n cough cold or any lung throat or
chest trouble and will uso this remedy
in directed glvlntr It a fair trial and
cxpx'i-lenco tin ImieQt you may return
th bolt to nnd havo tho monoy rofund-
d. Wc could not mako this offer did
o not know that Dr. King's New DIa-ovii-y
could b rallo.l on. It novordis-
api.iliiU Trial buttles free at W. O
V-ton A Co.' dru utoro. Largo sizes
Oo and l. 2
A I eadrr.
fi'lnco lis first Introduction I'loctrlc
IMlJori hai gained ranldlv In popular
favhr until now It Is clearly In tho lead
among mire medicinal tonics nnd alter-
n'lvvs -containing nothing which per-
mits its uso as a bovera;o or intoxlrnnt
it is recognized as the best and ruicst
medicino for all allmonU of slorn.-ch
llvor or kidneys. It will mroslck head-
ache Indlcostlon constipation and
drive malaria from tho system. Batls-
faction guaranteed with each bottle "or
the money will lo refunded l'rlne
nn'vfiOo per bottle. Sold by W. C.
l'attoa & Co. 2
V. O. Pillion & Co. drugglsts.deslre
to inlorra the public that they are-
ngeuls for the mast successful prepa-
ration that litis yot been .produced for
coughs colds aud croup. It will loosen
Btid relieve a eevcrH cold In leas time
than anv oihci treatment. Tlio artlrlo
referred to is Chamberlaln'a Cough
Remedy. It is a medicine that has
won fame and popularity on fts merits
and ono that can always bo depended
upon. His the only known remedy
that will prevent croup. It must bo
tried to be Appreciated it Is put up
in 60 cent and 1.00 botlles.
xouci: r silk.
To U. K. Ilrown and F M Crowell' You
are hereby notlded that I will proceed to aell
at pubtle auction to tho highest ladder lor cash
In hand on the 1st day of March )il at out
o'clock p m In front of Amera A Nlckle-
berty'a Ihery etable. In the ton of ralrland
Clitrokea nation Indian Territory the un-
divided one half ol one bay Engllshshlre atal.
lion about aaven yeara old. blase In the face
aud three while feet to eatlsfy a feed bill due
irom II. y Ilrown to J It lluutavd the keep-
ing of the said horse amounting to 837.30 and
whatever costs may accrue In said case up to
and Including said aale It .- alleged that
said f M. Crowell haa a chattel rnnrtgege on
aahl horse made by tha said II r". Ilrown or
the aald sale time and id ace vou will take
I du notice J K. Hunt Claimant
r VA.s.l At. ag. a s n ff an. a
f tru m k aicisiiiii t a ii 17 1 v
NEW I l
sssaaeIN VINITA. ua&a
Siuth Room of Hetel Cbb.
K. Hancock haa undertakeai the mansge-
kinner L Ratclift
Like every other firm taking an
invoice find themselves
- LOTS OF GOODS!
Which they would gladly sell at
half price rather than take chances
of carrying over.
The Winter is not half Over
. And these good are season-
able and staple. Call and
G. B. CLliNDhNNING. Chetopa. Kas.
m :;'.: his ::::: ::z. :.:
PRODUCE OF ALL KIND& BOUGHT.
7Wo dcslro to say to tho peoplo ot tho Indian Torrltory that wo con make
it to thoir interest to trtulo with ua. Como la and prico our goods.
G. B. CLENDENNING
June 4m CHETOPA KANSAS.
Chetopa - - Kansas
Finest Drug Emporium in Southern Kansas.
DRUGS ! DRUGS I
TorLso xvricjaittrrs x'exfxteeii'S" etc
All proscriptions filled by on oxporlenccd pharmacist. Moil orders will
by on oxporlenccd pharmacist.
receive prompt intention.
Kackloy Block Maolo St
W. W. MILLER
Vinita Indian Territory
Has a-Complete Line to Select From I
THE TIME FOR BUYING
Fan Macliieri is Apaii
When it arrives a full stock of all the
improved implements will be in stock.
Ma.. . .
S HEBETOFOBE TETJiU
STOCK OS1 HARDWARE
Is Complete in every bepartment.
(Juno i Cm)
C J. THOxrstw
Vinila - - - Ind. Ter.
Rooms northeast corner opera house
T7ORTSEK & BAUWr
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS.
VINITA 0. N.
Olllco In now Patton building a;
-B. A. M. OlilNKaOALBS
PHYSICIAN and BURGEON
VS.N1TA 1. I.
Office up stairs In iTAymond building. Resi-
dence between the two cburcbea at the Dr.
Pllea and other Itectal troubles a specially
II. COLLINS M. 1).
U. S. Examining Sur.ar.oN
Bureau of Pensions
Falrland : : Ind. Ter.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vinita - I. T.
Calls promptly attended tonight
rjSITED STATES COMXISSIOHEK
Fmst Division Ind. TEn
Vinita Ind. Ter.
Said Commissioner's Jurisdiction extends
over the country occupied by the Indian trlbea
In the Quanaw Indian agency and all that
part of the Cherokee country east or the nine-
ty sixth meridian and all the Creek country
laex-offlclo notary publlei takea depositions
acknowledgment of deede mortgagee eto.
Solemnises marrlagesi baa all the powera of
commlaalonera of circuit court In 'rlmUl cue-
est Jurisdiction lothe amount of 8100 In etvlt
cases. Court held at Vinlta Ind. Ter. and
open dally except Sundays. Also aa deputy
clerk. Issues marriage licenses.
Also Uomnilssloner ot the Court of Claims
for the Indian Territory.
United Statee Commissioner
l-SStf First Dlvlson Ind. Ter.
XT II. KOBHEOAY A.M.LL.B.
VINITA I. T.
Will practice In all the U S. courts for the
Indian Territory. Collections looked after
and all business promptly Attended to. 0-39
r B. BELL 8 18
Vinita I. T.
Practice in circuit and dlstrictcourts
of Delaware and Ooowcescoowee and
supremo court of Oberokce nation.
JONATHAN GORE and F. M. SMITH
Altorners-At-Lnw General CnlicctioH
and Loan Agents.
Will practice In tho U. S. Court.
Vinita - - Ikd. Txr.
Jonathan Gore le also U 8. Commissioner and
Commissioner or Deeds for the atatea of Kan-
sas .Missouri. Arkansas and Texaa. 0-17
a. w. rAsco
u. x. XDMISTO.T.
w. v. iiAuniaox
p-VSCO HARRISON & EU MISTON
i TTORNE YS-A T LA W
MUSKOGEE .... IND. TER.
Will practice la the U. S. Courts of the
Indian Territory and the Federal courts of
M.Kxra. J.T. Duxw O. W. Basel:
Chouteau. Tahlequab. Tameqaaa.
EYS BREW H BENGE
Will practice in the Oircuit and Dis -tiiut
Courts of the Northern Judicial
Circuit and Supreme Court Oberokeo
n ration. Apr 20. E2.
T I.ELLIOTT 1013
PrtYoit Creek I. T..
NOTARY PUBLIC 1st JUDI-
Alt Deeds Mortgagee Affidavits Deposi-
tions sureties to bonds and alllcgal Instru-
ments acknowledged Authorised to take ap-
plications for marriage licenses and writs.
C T. HERMAN Chetopa Kan.
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
The largeat atock In southern Kansaa.
WOOD & METALIO COFFINS.
Practical Embalmer. Telegraph orders at-
D. B. MORGAN'S
Wondorful Romodlea for the
Dleoaees of Horses. '
Cnrea all Fevers i one of the best remedies that
can be found ror tha Spanlih Fever that pre-
vails In this country also caret itlstempere.
Morgan's Great Eye Water.
Good for all theDlstassaof the Eye.
Mornan's Spanish Colic Cure.
It cures til collo and no drenching)
Uorgan'B Groat English. Antlsp-
tlo aud Hoallnff Oil.
Dont need to stop working horses to curs
sora shoulders with this oil i good for all sorsa
barb wire cuts eto.
Morgan's White Elephant Liniment
Uood forSpralna and Diseases of the
aiusciee Aenuons eto.
Arabian BioorJ ComnouNd.
A pure Ulood Tonlei curea roll Evil Farey
Manga Hbeumatlam Distemper lilgbrad etc.
For sale by W. O. Patton & Co.
and P. Shanr-ban Druggists Vinlta
I T. Prepared by the Morgan Med
icine Co. Fayettvllte Ark.
Had tke Sealred TMtl II
CAB1UU.TOS Qreao Co. 1U. Kot ta
X highly recommend Faster Koeatlg's Metes
Touloto anybody that bat sugared froaa ba4-
acho at my eon did foe S year a bewuM two bss
Uot of Uw modlol? cured him. X. JateHaMIR.
WuniMaTOK. D. a. Mat a. leat.
jfor ycsvra a iua reelings uiat l cast I
aasorii.fi. i would iu iusm test 1 1
lydylnj. or hire prcaonWm eate khati
dttadtul vm about to haseat atu
I'uUa Koeulg'a Kerr Tonlo I kav teat ktk
OlSerralpceaon n it a woautatfal gadtttt.
aaaiai. AweiSBt ajaajataw
Ixjairrro Xy. aiaweai S MS8.
t have taken fatter Keeitalara 'feada tea seal
kpsyot I yeara' aUMIng svsd7Hwoea4aaTi
charm ou cue alter eavual aVoetwa mt am aat
-A. Valuable . Il&hk . u
AlaoiMoa awiiv lr u a
and iKwr vaUenta casi i
Uda u44cle lew ear a
remsdr baj ien oranarea I
Kopnla-. til fort Wyue ht.
prepared uadtrbu dtnoiioia I
KOEtllQ MCO.OO. Otll ay M
Sola by Druexfc a att 1
A M.ge book H''
W.T. riTZOKstALD. AtfA.lw.
Cor tthaaifiirt - btU tt f.
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