The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 11, 1892 Page: 3 of 4
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Vinita Ind. Teh. Pub. 11 1892.
Local Railroad Time Tablet.
atJ&OfjIU KANSAS A TEXAS
- 0010 loutii.
No l.M IC AT
N.I..1 llanb'l 8t.I
t) I PA in.
No 4T. 8t L A lll'btn
No. 1 Mo Ki A Tax el
No. 68 freight and accom
8 Ma m
10:1.1 p m
LOUIS' A BAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY.
Ex. St. I. toSapalpa .
St Ixinlt express
Through coaches from St
Train No. i leaves .lopllnTino am Neosho Sitt
a mi arriving at Butphnr Springs at Hits a m
Train No 2 leaves Joplln Sill tun. Neosho 0i3.1
p ni arriving at fcntphur springs at 8.10 p m
Train No 1 leaves Sulphur Spring at 730 a m
arriving at Neosho s 5 m Joplln 9 4i a m
Train No 3 leaves .SnlphurBprlnge at is W p m
arriving at Neosho .1 (1 p m Joplln A 00 p m
Bpeclal Snmlay train leavee Joplln 7 41 a in
.Neosho 8 45 a m. arriving at Sulphur Springs
at 10 30 a m Returning leavee Sulphur
Hprlngeat 4 Mpm arriving at Neosho 0.49
pm Joplln 7 tup in
Trslns No t connect with Frisco coining
north TrelnsNo 1 connirt with rrlsco go-
ing tooth'. II W HUSH. 0.1' r A
T1SITA CllUIltll DiniCTOItr.
M K.Chnrch South J W McCrsry paslori
a.titt.th kfthonl At to ooa m l
-. -"' - .:"-! -.1 : r..
a. m Miinp.m prayer mealing very ir--needay
craning; Coramanlon service every
Presbyterian Chnrch. D N Allen pas
tori preaching. Sundays at It a. m and 7 p.
mi Sunday school at 10 a. m prayer meet
Ing Thursday nights.
Congregational Chnrch Iter Fayette Hard
pastori services every Sanday at II a m anil
Vp.rn.t Sand.y School etloa m. Christian
Kndeatdr Society. 4 p. m. l'rnyer meeting
rtry Thnredey evening.
W. J. STRANGE
Oholsoa I. T.
Come and get prices on
' e. T MOWERS
(The Walter A. Wood) on all goodt
liendleiUIn thla line will eave yon money.
Come' and lie convinced Alio. Sltal Illndlng
Capt.8 8. Cobb has been In St Lonls till I
I. Vf. Marks returned from Texai yet
Dr. Itenle Hitchcock hat rtlnrned from a
protracted lojoorn In the rait.
Freeman NldlfTer one of the prominent mn
of Echo wai In the city Saturday.
Tier D. N Allen went to Talala Monday
to attend lilt brother who It very tick wllh
Col Tamblyn of Chicago the big live
lock commlulon man wai In the city a coup-
le of dart lait week.
lien l'ennlngton A It. Norwood D It.
Flournoy and a considerable partltef Chlltea
was over lait Saturday
Mlu Itattle Hitchcock of Qlrard Kaniat
haa been added to the mliilonary department
of Mr Wolfa'e orphanage
Ilert Walker went to Oklahoma lait 8nn-
day throngh the country from Sapalpa ac-
companied by I) (Mickey) Hamilton
Mr.W II It Scudder a Cherokee cltlien
arrived from Georgia lait week and It looking
for a euttabla place for a home He wai a
neighbor of the father of Jim and Sam Hall.
An otitstdo staircase is being erected
and tle upper elory of tho Hunt & Co.
building will bo converted Into offices.
A Ano tlioioughbrcil Jersey bull for
salo at a bargain; a very dcslrablo an-
Imnl. Apply al tlili ofllco for partic-
ulars. Do not foriret Dr. Oronin's lecture
"Wit and Humor" at tho acadoiny
Friday evening at 8 o'clock; admission
Some of our attornoys went to Tanlo
quail last Monday to attend supremo
court an adjourned term having been
sot for that day.
On tho first of February 1880 ml
dling cotton una worth 13 cents; on tho
first of tho presont month it was 7 1-2
a decline of just otio'half.
Thoro Is a ptojoct on foot for tho
opening of a frco reading room in ton n.
Wo hopo this will meet with tho hearty
support of tho citizens of Vinita.
Mr. Laboyteau Is proparlng to erect
a stone storo building at Afton. Btif-
flngton & Henderson aro also going to
build and the town is prospering.
Tho riigutar semi-annual Delawaro
payment will begin April 6th and at
the samo tlmo corlain claims Tor stocK
killed during the war will bo paid.
-All persons indebted to W. 0. l'at
ton & Co. cither by nolo or account
will plcaso como forward and pay up
or their notes and accounts will bo put
out for collection. If
Fcoplo who liavo to cat and bo
clothed can gat everything they need
at Swain's and for less monoy than
any njace In town. Try their prices
This office Is in recoljit of a hand-
some folder announcement of tho Ar-
kansas Industrial University at Fay
cltovlllc. This is ono of thu finest
schools in the south.
V. j. Benton a well known clllsen of
this town for a number of years was
burled last Thursday lis has been
In'dccllnlng health for somo years and
a low days provloui to his death sus-
tained a paralytic stroke Deceased
was a survivor of tho Mexican war and
without doubt a romancor who could
have putllaron Munchauson loshnmo.
A correspondent at Lcnapah writes
to tho Oolfeyvllle Journal that there
is not a school public or private bo
twoen GoHoyvlllo and Olaremoro and
Vinita and Uartlcsvlllo. In h genoral
way tho points named bound Coowoo-
scoowco district In which tho Chero-
kee nation maintains sixteen schools
and in which thoro aro probably hall
aa many moro prtvato schools.
Col. C. 0. l'oolo of FalrUnd called
Monday on his way to Kansas City
The colonel Is busily engaged thla win
tor In attending tho various lyceums
of his neighborhood and enjoys tho
distinction of being editor of the Pleas-
ant Hill Evening News. Miss Alice
Davis conducts tho Prqlrlo City Nows
a rival paper but thus far tbo most
cordial rotations hr.vo been maintained.
Do you advortiso for profit or for
fuu? K to mako monoy for yourself
use Tine Indian Chicptain. If for
amusement as an oxtravaganco and
simply so that you may read your
narao in print uso tbo obscuro papers
that aro never read never qu6led and
only got Into families because sent
Micro tree. Thoy don't charge much
and glvo nothing for what thoy do
Th Extension of Tha AoadomyN!
Tho negOtlallons for tho cnlargc
SA number of casos from tho IndlartN'very Imporlant and prepossessing
ment of what nt the present moment
at toast may be called Vlnlta's most
valuable institution aro in a forward
condition Tho plans which call for
a 40x80 foot building llirco stories high
built of brick and costing $5000 havo
been approved by Superintendent Doc
who was present at a meeting held in
this city Monday by tho local board
and by tho officers of tho Homo Mis-
sionary society In New York. Tho so
clety Is plodgcd to loan ?2000 Vinita
will doubtless glvo f 1000 tho Congre-
gational church of Missouri it Is ox
pected will glvo $1000; Mr.Oarthy will
go to his homo in tho oast within tho
month and will seo tho churches
among which Miss Annetto Drown has
been working nil winter and onileavor
to ralso tbo remaining amount. It Is
oxpectod thatallttlo sharp energetic
work will liavo tho building ready for
tho largo increase of business which
tho Academy has been promised this
fall. This enterpriso Is one which will
add largely to Vlnlta's business and
should bo cnnsldored so far as assist-
ance Is concorncdon that basis. 'Ihls
now building when completed will in
crcaso tho capacity of tho academy one
hundred pupils and will be an absolute
necessity probably by I lie tlmo it is
finished. What does an increase of
ono hundred pcoploln tho population
of Vinita mean? A regard for tho
truth compels the admission that it In
an increaso of something like eight per
cent. Dut there Is yet another sldo
SUIIlAT FCHOOI IIHTirCTK.
The following Is the program tnbject to
aoinr addition! and alteration! of the Initltnte
of Sunday School Wotkera at I'reibytetlan
chnrch Visits Feb. 13-14 ISM
atoriiat ran Urn.
)o roa. m
10 10 a. m
IHicnulon led by Itov. Fayotte
Hard Tonls. "The relation of
the rattortotheSnndayichool "
II 00 a m Illicutilon led by Itef. A. X.
Chamberlln Topic "The rela-
tion of the Sunday School to Hut
3 30 p. m. "QaalldcatlonaoftlieSnperlnten
dent"dlicmtcd by Her. A. J.
4 30p. m. "(iPallflrallontofTeacheri.'Mcd
by llr II y. Kortner
7 SO p. m. Brmpoilnm brihepattoron "The
Ohjrct of onr Teaching "
8 30p m. "New Method! or Teaching and
Organliatlon" by Iter. It. l.
Cronln. Mlolonary of the Con
relational Sunday School and
'nbllihlng Society lor Mltiourl.
mixdat ran. 14th
3 30p m. Man Meeting ol Sunday School!
of Vinita at l'reiby terlan church.
sV to tho business aspect of tbo case.
Am will tin aniiM w n rvlfinrn nt llilfl
pnper iiunington H uemiorsou witii-QonjnjjQBionor Maeon's Court
Territory federal court havo beon
passed upon by tho circuit court of ap-
peals at St. Louis. Tho Thompson
French caso against Hatnwator Doog
her & Co. waB argued and submlttod
Inst wook. Likewise that of tho M.
K. & T. railway company plaintifis In
in error vs. Salllo M. Ilulloy and Den
Lafayette who got judgment for $20.85
for hay burned.
A newspaper subectlptlon list is a
curiosity says an exchange Tho pa-
per contains something that makes
some fellow mad and becomes in and
stops his subscription thinking ho will
"bust up tho gol-darned concern." Bo-
fore he Is out of sight somo other fel-
low who Is tickled to fits because tho
other fellow Is mad comes In and puts
up tho monoy for tho paper and tho
thing goea on as before.
Kvangelist Wollo has just returned
from Uirard Kansas whore he con-
ducted a very bucccmIuI scries of Gos-
pel meetings. Soma two hundred and
sixty-five people professed saying faith
in Christ. Four of thu denominations
of tho city camo together on a union
Iias'.b-tho Methodists Presbyterians
Unptisls and Disciples. Glrard was
never eo thoroughly moved and stirred
on Gospol lines as during these meet
Next Sunday Is Valontlnu's day.
Plontyocoal ntE. S. Sothcrland's
Jhs. Davidson tho jewolcr has left
John Beck is pulling tip a storo at
Ilail'oud business Is picking up the
John Andorson Is now found ut bis
W. W. Miller has sided and roofed
bis warehouso with iron.
Tho Alllanci) store at Afton I T.
Uulllngton Si Henderson.
5 package:! of Arbucklo and Lion
collco for $1.00 at Swain's. T'
.rust received a car loid of ndrthorn
-pOthtoos at W. O. Wright's.
Vr. K. B. Fravsor Is having 2000 head
of eattlo dehorned Ihls week.
- There Is a prospect of a new storo
being established at Bluejacket.
The Alliance atvr is hoadquartors
for flax sed. J. !'. Lanier agent.
Notices Of stray or takon-up Block
.ar'u published two week for 60 cunts
;i!0 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00
trt'jJulllngton & Henderson's Alton.
Call at Tho Alllaiao storo aud get
terms on llax seed. J. F. Laniery Act
5 lbs. Arbucklo or Lion colli. o for
$1.00 at Bullington & Henderson's
Kead notice of salo by II. M Sap
vlnkloo. In stray aud for ealo depart-
i j (
'.Groen apples cabbage onions )otn-
toes and atl kinds of dried fruits at
n 6 packages of colTeo and 20 pounds of
Rranulatcd sugar at W. U. Wriglit's
' Jolin Swain Is putting up a building
' opposite Oharlcsworth's lo bo used as
Dr. Cllnkscalps' child has boon qujte
'sick In tho past yvcoic but Is rnuutbet
tor at this tlmo. ' J
Scveial steam pnrap. aro ''being
orocled hlong tho Frisco betwoout this
point aud Sapulpa.
Thu nast three weeks havo soon a
marked improvement tu tho condition.
fit tho growing wheat.
A peculiar spcctaclo was witnessed
last week upon tho street a ono eyed
.man looking for a wife.
J. W Mnrlln is having a vefy tasty
'sign painted on tbo front of his bus-
iness Jiotiso cast of thp tract
Now Islfio tlmo to buy Hm best line'
j'niannc'.ii f" flio loast money. 'Duff
... a t a 1 ..
Hnglon 5t Hetiuprsnirs rtiiou.
'WIl and Humor" will be tho sub
Ject of Pr. Cronln's ledum si Iho
ncadomy Friday eve. Feb. )Stli.
'he Alliance storo is headquarters
fgrllax seed Great Inducements of-
oied to furmots J. If. Lauler Agl.
Aiboavy rain fell liero last Bijurduy
and coiiliniicd ntiutervalsmost of tho
day (bopgli tbo sun sot fairly clear.
Cull at Iho Allluncostoro and got pur
torms on flax seed. The Dew ego bead
end Grain Co J T. Lanlor agent.
If you want to got your ground In
slmpofor whoal sow llaX sotd.-J Tt
Lanier agetit at tho Allluuco storo tf
This Is Iho yenr tot (armtrs (o tow
Hax seed. We oi'.'jr big liuliit'ements.
J. Fi' Lanier Agt. lloadquarters ut
J he Alllauco store.
structuro erected in our city 'enhances
the valuo of oacb Individual plcco of
property In or adjolnl ng the town and
where such structurels for educational
purposositis difficult to fix this in
creaso too high. Wo hopo the response
of our property owners and of our peo-
ple In general will be both cordial and
hearty and hao no doubt but that
bucIi will be tbo caso.
JIUKO(irK (Ih.MltAt. HOTt.S.
A frame building near a row of bmlneie
I ouici burned Sunday nigh. Had the wind
been In another direction much property
would hare been deitroyed. Tho building
wai occupied by negroei and wai a crap dire.
Theie li evidently a gang or hone thieve!
quartered here and about three honei etch
week are ttolen Sunday night a valuable
hone of Indian l'ollceciari Hud Kell'i wai
taken. Several arreiti have been made and It
le reported that one of the partlei hat made
dlicloiurei which will lead to tho arreit vf a
number of perioni Implicated which prom-
liei a leniallon
' FIIISCO MSKtOItSTCTIOXS.
Train N'o. I connect! at Iturrton Kan.
wllh A. T. AS V. It It . for polnti In Color-
ado Arltona Nevada Wyoming Utah Ida-
ho Montana Waihlngton and Cat'lornla.
Hat reclining chair car and Pullman llceper
Monett Mo to llurrton Kan.
Train N'o. 2conn-cti at 8t Louli with rail-
way llnei to the Kait North and Sontheait.
Haa reclining chair car and Pullman ileeper
toSt Loult and .Eureka Spring! Ft. Smith
rarla and polnti In Arkaniai Indian Terri-
tory and Tom.
1 rain No 4 connect! at St. Lonli with all
railway llnei to the Eait North and South
rait. Hai Pullman aleepor Monett to St.
Lonli Connect! at l'arta Tex. with O. C.
AS Y It'y and Texai l'aclflo ll'y for point!
In Texai Haa I'flvtman ileeper irom Monett
Train No 3 connect! at Iturrton with A. T.
AS F. Uy for uolnta In Colorado. New and
Old Mexico. Arltona and California. Hai
Pullman ileeper to City ofMeilco via. Iturr-
ton and reclining chair car to Ilnrrtoii.'Kan
Through Pullman ileeper llurrton to Pueblo
Colorado Spring! Denver Ixji Ang-lej3an
Diego and San Franciico Cat t
Through ticket! on lale to alt poluti.
thin 1 1 4j
After the Holidays!
C2 J. TMOMfS0
' IIE3IDENT DENTIST
yinlld. - - - Ind. Tor.
Koomsnorlhonstcorrior opera house
pOKTSEK A MAOHr
. rilYSIOrANH & 8URQKONS
VINITA C. N.
Office in new 1'alton building up
kinner k Ratelift
XOIICK (IF NAI.K.
Like' every other firm .taking an
invoice find themselves:;'
t t ' 4 II
ITI.ns IHOX ILKJtlt CIttEK YICMITT.
tho aid of the experience rtiiieli Claudod
Shellon can glvo them aro going to do
somo business at Afton.
Enoch Sutherland slnco Wednesday
of last week has been the proud fath-
er of u pair of tnins-a boy and a girl.
Tho per capita payment may now pro-
ceed so far as Enoch Is concerned.
A gentleman named Williams Is put-
ting cp a store at Watova switch six
miles south of Nowata and a llko dis-
tauco north el Talula on tie Valley
road A postolllco has bcou petitioned
Tho steady and substantial growth
of Vinita Is a soutco of great satisfac-
tion to those of Us citizens who beliovo
in Its future; as tbo "Oslo City" or tho
Indian Territory its prospects aro cor-
W. A. Thorns division superinten-
dent orcoinpanled by John ColTeo
generarroadiuustor and W. K. Turner
'superintendent of bridges and build-
ings of tho Frisco went west Tuesday
hi a special car.
Tho Bushes hnvo been succeeded in
tho management of tho Jjplltlog road
"by tho Pennsylvania folks John II.
Stevenson Jr. having been elected
president. Tho prospects aro favor
ablo forcxteiulou of llio lino to Fort
l'hoenlx is authority for the slato-
ment that "good old genuine lager
beer is sold every day and night in
.Muskogee and you don't need any
'combination' to got It elthor." Let's
see; Is that Ibu tovti whero the U. S.
court has its domicile?
Dallas Uodd of Elgin III. Is now in
chargoortbo Alllaneo Jewelry estab
lishment and It is believed will mako
a Biicccss of It Tho gentleman is an
optician apd will make a special lea-
uro of this liuu of tbp business. Itcad
In this Issue will bo found tho pro
fessional curd ol lleuge & Shelton at
tornes at law Tahlequah I. T This
firm Is composed ol ex-Judgo O. W.
llengo and H Vf. 0. fihelton formorly
editor pf t)ils papor two trustworthy
gentlomou hpm )l Is a pleasuro to
James. M.Taylor of Clarcmoro called
last Saturday to reuow his subscrip-
tion. Tho gentleman started In tha
winter with 1200 yearling and thus
fur has only lost thirty. He is feeding
hay plentifully and to tho "hovpital"
bunah Is giving about a half gallon of
cotton sued por day.
J. C. Myers removing pioperly on
which their is sJien; recognized.
Chas. McLaughlin Introducing; com-
mitted. WlnQold Stephens carrying weapons;
John iirown larceny; committed.
U. II. 1'ennington vs. Guns. V. Tanner;.
judgment for $31.
Andmw Dousman vs. Chas. Thompson
roplovin; judgment for plaintiff.
Married: Win II. T Peter and Mary
O. Palton; Walter Hunt and Alzadie
License Issued: Willis Wood and Allco
Wood; Hum'l II. May and Notlle
A Hollncns Mooting.
Ameotingou the lino of full salva-
tion was held at McAloater commenc-
ing on tho 20th of January and con-
tinued for ten days. Tho meotlngs
were conducted principally by Itov. W.
A. Do Ige of Atlanta Ga. Kovs. J. T.
Hall J. K. Thompson M. A. Clark M.
A. Smith Q. 8. yarborougb and others
wcro in atloudanco. The meetings re
sulted in great good to tho Methodist
church at McAleeter of which Rev. Q.
S. Yatborough is pastor.
q A ShorltTflHoroo Killed.
lrvlienry Cochran keeps a small storo
at John Llllott's mill on Spavi-
ns and smnu days since got on a spree.
Ho conoludad tho deputy shcrlfr was
going to take his pistol and after hav-
ing an altercation with him on tho
subject mounted his hoiso and rodo
oil. Ho had gone but a short diqtauco
nhon ho met John West district slier-
III" of Saline and asked him If be was
going to spill tils whisky producing a
small botllo. Mr. West said thcro was
not enough for that but proposed that
thoy drink It As ho reached lor tho
bottle Cochran pulled his pistol and
Wost grabbed thu weapon and forcing
it down t went of kilting the sheriff's
horeu. He finally disarmed Cochran
and In (tie "scrap" that Individual
was considerably battorod up.
Toll T Urown and F M. Crowell'
are hereby notllled that I will proceed .'
al public auction to thehlghcitblddtrfe
In hand on the lit day or March ltft. fc- e
o'clock li m In front or A Inn A MIcMu-
berry'a livery itable in the town of Falrland
Cherokeo nation Indian Territory the tin-
dlvldedone half ol one bay Kngllih ihlre Mil-
lion about aeven yean old blue in the ttetf
and three white feet to iltl.fr a feed bill tine
Irom It. T HrowntoJ It Hunt and the keen
ing of the aald hone amounting to $9760 and
whatever cfiti may accrue In laid caie np to
and Including laid tale. It li alleged that
laid 1' M. Crowell hai a chattel mortgage on
aid hone made by the laid II T. Iirown Of
thoialdiale time and place you will take
dne notice. J It Hear Claimant
R W Ilond. anctlonerr
Dated at Falrland. I. T Jin 18 'W. 21-3
llorttt and vule fur tale
V. Palton it Co.
There aro In the Indian territory '.H13
poslollires. During tho fiscal yearJ891
thu total receipts of all theeo2i5So1licca
was $08103.62 thu total expenditures
Sl-.'I.O'.'J.CS. Tho Indian Territory has
moro poBtolllces than cither Arizona
J)olanro Nuvndu Now Moilco Uliode
Und Pish or Wyoming
Less than ono cent s pleco will pro-
tect tho )ouiig trees from rabblta mi to
anil'tlio like Cut wlro screen into
strips wtdo pnough to a little more
than roach around tliu fee and as
high as will mako (burn safp. (loll
around a broom stick aud then sprlug
them around Hit) lres. No fastening
Thoru Is an uncommon amount of
minimal business before the district
am) circuit courts of Coowcescoowco
to bo heard1 at tho April and May
terms. Twenty-four Indictments havo
been returned against csvV'Uon for
hiring vylilto men to run their eattlo
and tliore aro twoijty-ono permit cases
on hands The first have all been
taken on tontlngeot fa-cqiUttal or
Too Nursery DubIiiobo.
As the season for planting orchards
Is nowhoro tbo Viulta NursoryUo. do-
sires to call tbo attention or tbo (arm-
ors and others Interpstpd to the fact
that they hao on hand a largo Block
of apple peach pear plum and other
fruit and ornamental trees and shrub-
bery to ofier to the spring trade It is
not tlislr motto to securo trndu by un-
derselling nil others but rather to
grow a quality of stock that will defy
competition. However their prlcos
aro as low as similar stock can bo sold
anywherp. Thoy do thoir -own graft-
ing aud bidding using great caro to
keep thu varieties true to nanie. Thoy
aro now engaged In putting up 100000
apple root graft to plant the coming
A Now Enterpriso for Vinita.
Tho Oswego Seed and Grain Co.
lius deiidod to open a station at this
place (they hao thirteen or fourteen
similar ones) and their Mr. J. I'. Lan
lor formerly of tho Falrland house Is
now hero. Vor lQ irusont tho von
tleinan wllldavo bis headquarters at
Iho Alllaneo store. In May n grain
A-arobousoliOxlS leot with n capacity
of 800U bushels yvl b(i creeled some.-
whereon tio track tu this city also
an ollive scales etc. Later in the sea-
son HlP necptsary coritcrihswlllboput
up. This company s a strong ono and
their locattott In Vinita cannot but ha
productlvu of great good to our com-
mercial prosperity lu tho direction of
Incrcaalug our grain trade and Indirect-
ly stimulating production Mr. Lanier
is n veiy pusaut gnntleman and was
esteemed at falrlsnd yur hlglily tils
place at that town hasboeji filled slnco
the first of tbo ytarbyJ.K laiigley
Mlu Llzile Molllor or Cecil Kama. It
dally expected on a vlilt to frlendi and rela-
tive! In tlili community.
Coploui ralniare the order of the week
itrange they cannot favor m when worie
needed. Yet weihould be ullifled and uot
complain for doabtleia they are no more
contumacious than the greater part of hu-
manity. Will not aome tremuloui yet audible voice
aniwert WhyDr Nolan dolaye that antici-
pated eve of dell;h 0 long? Why are we
compelled to marmer over the pleaiant ex
peclanclea of the future and be compelled to
wait ao longingly without "kicking" duit on
the floor or hli handiome new reildence?
The entertainment given on the 3rd of Feb
ruary by D H Walker and wife of Cabin In
their new reildence wai an event that will be
remembered long by all the gums who par-
ticipated In the. enjoyment of the evening.
They trod the "fanta.llo toe" nntll the imill
bourieof morning warned then that It wai
time that good people ahould Is eltowhere.
CUar Creek wai. represented by Mr. and Mlu
La Grippe hai loit hi bold
A. J. Oreenway li Iruprovlnf .
J.K. Campbell hai gone to Texai lo lay
In a eupply of long bo'm-
Lot! of wheat held here yet waiting for
higher pricei which may never come
)i Solol Nicholion fariuit and mill-
owner living below the Verdlgrli died o!
Will eongrui ratify the Strip later li the
great queitlon or the day In which Cherokee!
and white! are Intereated
Iter. Wagoner It our newly appointed
Metbodlit mlnlitiri preaching every two
weeka at the achoot bouse.
Iluwe sohool will commence again abont
tbo flrit of March In charge of our former ex-
cellent teacher Mri Wlngats.
A mich needed rain came lait Saturday
settling; the icil around the plants of young
wheat apd Bjvi) ui a anpply of stock water.
We need a apod road law or else the lawa
we have should be enforced. To fence npthe
public road to the Inconvenience Qftlie travel-
ing public should be stopped Some are ao
gmady they hate to ipare a few acrei for a
FA I It LAID ITtJtS.
Itoali vtry bad
Corn li ielng frS ceiiti per buihel.
District Oleik Hastings was In Vilrlind
on Ihotth and 3th.
-Mlsa Ira Williams or Vinita Is visiting
friends In Falrland
-Messrs F M. Conner and William Howell
took tbelr departure for Texls on the Mh lost.
U II Stewart of gineca was down on
the Sib and y)e nvertl Insurance pojlclss
w Ourqfhy pim(r Geo. W. Itoach
hss'bseo visiting friends rn relatives oa Hud-
son creek this week
Mr. Davis one of our prominent mer-
chants Is erecting a handsome store house on
the wrtt able of Main street
The asilstant prosecuting attorney and a
deputy marshal belonging to theMnakogee
court were la Falrland busing Ibfi wtk.
Mlsa Itessle Hill has relnrned from an ex-
tended visit to hir home In Qalvraton. The
social circle Is glad to welcome Miss iWlu
WAITS FOI' StLl I.OST.STUITHI. STULLX.
Each notice of the character Icdlcated not
exceeding rirrr wobi. will be Inserted two
weeks under this heading lor virir cxxrs.l
ASTItAY At the Place of James Duncan.
S miles east of Arton there Is a Ore year old
steer branded XO X Owrer please come af-
ter him aim pay oharges. 23-31
SrnATKD rrom Chelsea on the 21th Inst
two honest one a lorrel lo or 12 yean old
while hind et fifteen hands high branded
K I N on left hlpt the other a bay no branda.
s yean old Will pay liberal reward for In-
formation leading to their recovery
1M-1 Addren.U W. Ilniwx Cbeliea.
PUIILIU SALE-At II M. Sapplogton
rIt. A. M. OUNKSOALE8
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
VINITA I. T.
Office np ataln In Itaymond building. Iteil
denca between the two churches at the Ir
Files and other teclal troubles a specialty.
PHYSICIAN & SUHGEON.
Vinita - I. T.
Calls promptly attonded to night
old Loffryvllle road Friday. Feb SO lfcl. I
will sell the following property to-wlti 1
spsn gray horses. 0 years old f span black
mare mules 0 years oldi I bay hone 0 years
oMil bayherse. 8 years old) 0 head of stock
cattle; 1 two horse wagon) I wheat ilrllli two
stnbble plowsi I sod plowi I harTow; two sets
of harness and other farm plnnder. Terms!
Six months time wlthont Interest on sums
over 5 00 on purchaser giving approved note.
THE 0. A 31. l rSTIUULK U5E.
Tassengrrs going to any point east or south-
east and desiring a quick and comfortable
trip should take the Ohio & Mississippi Ily.
the fast line from St Louis and the only one
running a passenger train through to Cincin-
nati the time being leas than ten hours.
Three dally vestibule trains arr ran by the
O AM to Cincinnati and two to Loulivllle
msklcg direct connections with all tralna for
the east northeast and sontbwest and trains
of tlili line are equipped with elegant Vesti-
bule Day coaches and I'nllman's latest patern
In Vestibule Farlor Library cars and steepen
The sleeping care are run through from St.
I-oula to Washington Ilaltlmore I'hlladsl-
phla and New VorV wltbout change and the
fare to thesr poluts Is less br the 0..tll. Ky.
than by ollur tbroogh car routes.
Owing to Its excellent through car service
and fast time the O. A M Is enabled to I
carry abont ninety-five per cnt of the travel I
from St. Louis lu aad via Cincinnati east-
ward See that your tickets read via the popular
O .t M. Ily. for sale at oJlces or connecting
For further Information call on or adCress
A J Lytlu Gen'l 'Western Pass'r Agent
Ohio Mississippi Hy . 103 N. Broadway. St
Louis. Mo 30
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
make inquiries'. " '-
TJ-TITED STATES C0MM1SS10NEK.
rFmaT Division Ind. Tsn. x
- Vinita Ind. Ter.
8ald.Commlloner'i Jurisdiction extenda
over the country occupied by the Indian trlbea
In the Quapow Indian agency and all that
partof IheCuerokee conntryesstof tha nine-
ty filth meridian and all tha Creek country
laoc-offlclanotary pnblloi take! djpoiltlom
acknowledgment ot deeda mortgagee etc
Solemnises marriages haa all the powers of
commissioners otcircult court In criminal cn-
eai Jurisdiction tolhe amount of $100 In civil
cases lonrt held at Vlnlla Ind. Ter. and
open dally except Sundays. Also as deputy
clerk. Issues marriage licenses
Also (Jommlssloner ot the Court of Claims
for the Indian Territory
United Stitea Commissioner
B-Wtf. First Dlvlson Ind. Ter.
XT II. KOUNEGAY A.M..LL.1L
VINITA I. T.
' Will practice In all the C S. courta for the
Indian Territory. Collections looked arter
and all bnslmss promptly attended to. B-39
T II. HELL 8 18
. ' LAWYER.
Vinita I. T.
Practlco in circuit and distrlctcourts
of Dolawaro and Ooowooscoowoe and
supremo court of Cherokee nation.
TOXATIIAN UORE and F. M. SMITH.
Attornojs-At-Lavr General ToIIcctloa
and Loan Agent.
Will practico in tho U. S. Court.
Vinita - - Ijid. Teb.
Jonathan Gore Is also V 8. Commissioner and
Commissioner or Deeda for the atatea of Kan-
sas Missouri. Arkansat and Texaa 0-17
a w. rAjco
w. u. ninntsox.
X. x. zDMiarox.
p.VSCO HAItltlSO-N & EDHLSTOX
A TTORNE YS AT LA W
MU8KOQEE IND TE.
Will praotlce In the V. 8
Courta of the
and the Federal courta of
ix x.i7 a. unjiii
Will practice in tbo Oircult and Uis-
tilct.Oourts of tbo Northern Judicial
Circnit and Supremo Court Cberokoo
nution. Apr 20 02.
oko. xt nv-yaa
II. W. C. aitKLTOX.
JtUlLS luoa AUAIlt.
The sick are all Improving.
Miss Ettle Seraper ten on the tlh for ber
school near Echo
Dread Thompson of Texas la among his
old friends again
Adslr had (1)1 lQn.oro( hating a show oue
night last weelj j
K Q. Langley returned front 61- Lonts
Mlis llabe Thompson returned to Iter home
In Tahleqnali last week-
Jlm Sapplngton celebrated his thlrly-lllth
birthday Sunday Feb 7lh.
Miss Susie Clark basgone to lablrquali to
attend the teiuals seniluary.
Mlsi Llnle Clark has gonu to Vlmta where
sh Qlli a position as teacher In the public
Mrs Camming Is getting up a inosloclsssj
those wishing to tike lessons will do well to
oil I oq bar
tiogene )all received a Due lot pf rruls
eandlea and nuts the nnt of the week be
anfwe tyhst the (ope lke
The spelling match last week at the school
riioBse waa very Interesting Indeed the post.
raqstgr glint; the rliep)plun leler.
The sntprlse parlor at Mrs L. C. fiklnnsrls
Friday Tlh was Very entertalolngi also
dauoe at Price fark'i aud Kd. Adair's.
rnblo notice Is hereby given to all psr'les
that J W Chandler ie In noruaunvrconuected
nllhTin Ihhiak CiilnvrAl.'V and uot au-
thorised to receive s)y money or make i)J
contract whatever for said paper.
When in Cbetopa Kansas stop at tho
National hotel A. M. Strode propria-
or if you want flrst-clasBaccommoda
Ions ltatcs $2.00 per day.
A now lot of thoso Ironclad chattel
mort(;n;es with power of sale have
just been printed at this olllce. Kend
in your orders.
HtirMcn's A nil en Malro.
The best salve In tbo worM for Cut's.
Ilruiec8 Sores Ulcers Salt Ithounr
Kover sorus Totters Ubappel Hands
Chilblains Corns aud all Bkin Erup-
lions and positively cures files or nc
ptv requ'red. It is Ruarautpod lo plv
nerfeFtsatlslaellpn.tir money refunded.
Price S3 cents per box. tor sale by W
O. Patton A Co.
A Qoon lUcoitn. "Iliave sold Cham-
bcrlaln's Cough Remedy for ton years'
says Druggist K It. Lege or Vml la.
"nnd have nin-avB warranted It and
never had a botllo returned. ' I) urine
the past 00 days I havo told twolvo
dosen and it has given perfect satisfac
lion In every instance. " It does not
dry up a couch but loosens and re-
lieves It It villi cure a severe oold In
less tlmo than any nthor treatment.
SO cent and $1 dolUr bottles for saloby
i. iv. rorcman.
Good looks are more tl.nn skin deap
dcpendlriir upon a liMltby condtUoo of
nil tho vital oran. If tlio liver lSln-
aotlvo you have n blllou look; if your
stomaolt be dttordttr-xl you havo'a rdya-
ieptlo look and If your kldnsyu bo nf-
footed you huv. c v-lnohed look ecuro
fjood hoaltli and you will havo Rood
ooks. Electric flitters Is tbo Rroat al-
toralho nnd tonio and aots directly on
thoso vital organs. Curos pimples
blotches holla and (fives a good com-
plexion. Sold at W. C. i'atton's Orujr
storo 50o er bottlo -i
Tbo sonlor proprietor of this paper
has been subject to frequent colds for
somo years which uoro auro to lay
him tip 'f not tloctortul at once. Ho
llnds that Chamberlain's Uoinjh Item-
edy is tellable. It opens tbesecrotinns
relieves thu lungs aud roUores tbo sys-
tem to a hoalthy condition. If freely
useit ui soon as tno com uas dccii con-
traded and beloro It lina been settled
in tbo system It ureal ly lessens tbo
attack and often otirvs In a single day
tvhat.nould ntlioriiso itavo bean a so
vero cold. Northwestern Hotel liepor-
ter Oea Molnrs Iowa. GOceut bottles
for sale by A. V. Foromart.
4 I'roaounced l!ontlestYcLaTei1
I'fotn a Iptter wrlttoii bj iU- Ada E.
Hunt ol Urotnn B. I. wo quote:
"Was taken with a bad cijldj.wlucli
settled hn my lungs cough 6t lu and
finally terminated In consumption.
Four dootora tiavn me up sayinsj 1 eutild
live but a abort lime. 1 aavo uiycell
up to my Havlor.ilotermlnlnit If I could
not slay with my friends on earth. I
would meet my absent ones ulve. My
husband was advised to pet llr. King's
Now Discovery for consumption
coughs and colds. I pitvo It n trlul
took In all flu lit bottles; it has cured
mo anil thank Oo'l J am now a will
and hourly woman" Trial bottle free
nt W. (J. 1'attou A Go's druit storo.
G. B. CLbNDhNNING Chetopa. Kas.
M M IBS SOOTS d Mil Els.
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT.
C3TWo deslro to say to tbo people ot tho Indian Territory that we can make)
it to their interest to trado with us. Como in and prlco our goods.
G. B. CLENDENNING
pune 4m CHETOPA KANSAS.
jOKNQB & SHELTON
Tahlequah - Ind. Teii.
Will practice in courts of the Chero-
keo Nation. 10-23 tf.
' BUSH'S' PHARMACY
Chetopa - - Kansas
Finest Drug Emporium in Southern Kansas.
DRUGS ! DRUGS I
All firescrlptlons Ailed by an caporlonocd pharmaolst. Heii ordora will
rccclvo prompt attention.
Kackloy Block MbdIo 8L (Juno 4 Cm) CHETOPA HAS.
q T. HERMAN Chetopa Kan.
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
The largest stock in southern Kansas
WOOD & METALIO coffins.
.Practical Embalmer. Telegraph orders at-
D. B. MORGAN'S
Wonderful Romodios for tho
Dlaonsoa of Horaoa.
COOS: -:- STOTTEISI
FAVORITE FEVER DROPS.
Cares all Keren one of the best remedies that
can be round for the Spanish Fever that pre-
vails In this country also cares distempers.
Morgan's Great Eye Water.
Good for all the Diseases of the Eye.
Mornan's Spanish Colic Cure.
It cures all colls and no drenching)
Morgan's Great English Antlsep-
tlo and Healing Oil.
Iiont need to stop working horses to care
sore shoulders with this oil i good for all sores
barb wire cuts eto.
Morgan's Whito Elophant Liniment
Good (or Sprains and Diseases ot thu
jiuscies tendons eto
Arabian Blood Compound.
A pore lllood Tonlct enrea Poll Evil Farcy
Mange Uheamallsm Distemper lllgtiead eto.
For salo by W. O. Patton & Co..
anil F. Shancthan Druggists Vinita
i. t. rreparcu uy tno aiorsan Meu-
Idno Co. Foyettville Ark. iB
. W. MILLEE
Vinita Indian Territory
Has a Complete Line' to Select .From!
With i Hoe SOW PERRY'S SEEDS arid
nature will do the rest.
Seeds tarctly determine the hantst always
.... pUnt the best FERRY'S.
A took full of Information about Gardens kow
andwtutlora!Metcsent free to ell who ask
forltJ Ask to-day.
D. M. FBRRY' J DETROIT.
& CO. sr UICH.
THE TiryiE FOR BUYING
Ira MacMiiBry is Apiiuliii
Tk Best KHeelr 111
la this world says J. Hotherr ot Bynsonaev
N.Y.. Is Pastor Koenl2a KerveTonle.btne.ua
mi son who waa partially paralysed three
When it arrives a full stock of all the
improved implements will be in stock.
STQUIT OF XHARD'WAREi
Is Complete in evtry Department.
Roofliig Cruttering and Tin Work
--'PHOMPTLY attended tq.
yeuk ago ead attacked X)j flu hae net had any
ayiuptotua ot them alnoe he tooU one bottl of
vtls remedy.- I most IwarUly thank lor lb
s irODu Mn. M a im.
jualulag tha ataoant ot gotxt Fetr XMstlg's
Hesro VesUo sua dona mo I feef It a duty to
eerUfy ta 1U good qtuUttea. My avattouatiaa
H mb! by lsVinot haUl ud eaemasssn
MsoklseT. harlcg hews so (or awsMJ sarue. Th
aAled ol TOtsr aaallckaa I Mt haaaatasialv. -usd
1 atffwelMOD te4awavJa tweaks sal SnanbUaet
I saaal Mi4ats had iMae.wse.ae4 am I lelt well.
saaay a aims wn am fait ut mtmtm d Use
istiiesilaeTtlsad i sm-hs tawawaa Nkmsui4
setMr nannssms-l U at a ssfjrsMeBS sure
Umw trprd nadurkie alreestoi sin
KsMr.lQ IWBO. sJOm 3Iaas m.
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