The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 11, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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1M Reward StS.
The readers of thla paper will bo picael
to lonrn that there It nt lout one dreaded
dlseaaothat science ha ln able to euro
In All Ua stage and that I Catarrh. Hall'
Cnlarrh Cura l tlio" only poltiro our
known to tbo medical fraternity. Catarrh
bclna n constitutional disease requires
oonntltuUonal treatment. Mall's Catarrh
Cura la taken Intcrnallr. odlna- dlreotlv
tipon tho blood and mueoua surfaces of th
system tnerooy destroying mo louoaauoc
tlia dlcaia. and clrlnff tho ri
strcnirtli by building up the constitution
nml naltlnirnatura In dolna Ita work.
lotors havo to much faun in its cura-
llvo rowers that thoy offer Ono Hundred
Dollar? for any oaso that It faile to our.
giving tho patient
HrnA for Hut nf taatlmnntalft.
Aildrciw.FJ CHKHKY SCO. Toledo O.
Cirsoid by Druggist T5a
"To MiKn n long atory short" observed
tho olty editor to tho young reporter "you
may as well hand your atult to tho copy
reader. Thai's I ho man over thoro with toe
bluo pencil." Chicago Tribune
"Lira has been a burden to mo for ths
rastfiO yours on norountof great aufforlng
ram Very aovoro nnd frequent headfahos
Drmlycrotlno has dono wonders for Ian.
am now n now man nml shall proclaim tb
merit of ynnr modlotno to .ill I oan reach."
Ueorgo l. fowler Attorney at Low Pal.
Too can't provo anything about n nhvat.
clan's smoking habits by tho number ot
no nai on nana. Elmlra
-opynmnr ibsi Ol II iietr
tho progress of Consumption. In
nil its earlier stages it can bo cured.
It's n scrofulous affection of tho
lungs a blood taint and as in
every other form of scrofula Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is a certain remedy. But it must
bo taken in time and how is tho
timo to take it.
It purifies tho blood that's tho
secret. Nothing clso acts liko it.
It's tho most potent strength-restorer
blood cleanser and flesh-
builder known to medical science.
For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood.
Bronchitis Asthma Catarrh and all
lingering Coughs it's a remedy
that's guaranteed in every caoc
to benefit or cure.
If it doesn't tho money is
In other words it's sold
No other medicino of its kind is.
And that proves that nothing olso
is "just ua goou as too "xiscov-
Tho dealer is thinking of his
profit not of yours when ho urges
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A PET SPIDER.
R Had tots ot ran Tumbling Into a
Wo named him Italshazzaron lha occa-
sion of hta first visit to us. though 1
have forgotten trbat suggested the
name. He was a big black spider with
a ahlnjr fat body suggqstlra of an
abundance of files but for alt this ap-
preciation of the good things of life be
was of a scholarly turn of mind. We
were all tented around the stud table
preparing the next day's lessons and
tasks when Minnie garo a scream that
made me Jump and eren tho boys
looked up startled There wan a big
black spider calmly seated on a latin
dictionary regarding ua Intently. 1
flapped a paper at him but ho only
drew In his legs with a slightly con-
temptuous air and did not atlr.
"Let him alone sister" an Id Tom.
"I'tq been atudylng about spiders and
here Is a good opportunity for observ-
ing their habits."
As if encouraged by this champion-
ship Oelthatxar descended from the dic-
tionary and crawled slowly oyer the
open page of an algebra as If trying to
make out what It was. Prom this ho
went orar all the books Inspecting
them all with the same critical air and
at last nettUd on a physical geography
aa most worthy of his attention. Erery
now and then he would refresh blmsoli
with a drink out ot Aleck's Ink bottle.
All atones we misled htm and aa he
had last been seen drinking from the
idge ot tho bottle suspicion Immediately
arose that he had fallen In. Ilo had
and wna floundering helplessly about In
the black pooL Ilo was rescued nnd
placed In a scrap of waito paper with
Injunctions to remain there until dry
but this he had no Intention of doing.
On the contrary ho showed a fixed de-
termination to walk orer Tom's neatly
written Latin oxerclse. "You shan't
itr" aaldTom gently hoisting him with
the feathered end of a quill pen on to
his scrap ot papen
And then for the next few ralnutea
wo forgot all about him till Turn's cry
of dismay called attention to hla oxer-
slss. It was lined and rellned and lined
again with Jlelshazxar'a tracks. Ha had
not left an Inch unmarked and wan
ven looking very complacent over his
nice black tracings when our exclama-
tions of sorrow and auger seemed to
arouse him to a sense of shame and ho
icrambled down the tabic aud wasgono
In the twinkling of an eyo.
We thought we had seen the last ot
him but the next night ho came ngaln
and again until we looked for him as a
regular visitor and placed the physical
jeography open for him for his fancy
for It seemed to last Tho nccldent of
his fall Into the Ink bottle was repented
teveral tlmesforho woutd drink the Ink
snd once for several minutes we feared-
that he was drowned but ho gradually
revived and beyond appearing rather
lubdued was little the worse for the
adventure. Hut whanover he had been
In the Ink after that first night nothing
ionld Induce him to stir off the paper
an which ho was placed to dry though
he would run over that and seemed to
tako pride In tho designs with which bo
What became of our queer pet wo
never knew but one night he failed to
make his appearance and we were sur-
prised to find now much we missed
him. We hoped however thnt ho
would come the next erenlnir. but he
never did and somehow the study hour
after that seemed longer and duller
and not to be looked forward to. Phil-
HUNTING THE HARE.
rhe Delights or Going Hi Hound or the
3 Traps od a Frostr Uornluf.
The.-e do not aeem to be as many
hares now as there used to bo when I
was a 1k. Then tho "old fields" and
branch-bottoms used to be full of them.
They wero peculiarly our game; I mean
we used to consider that they belonged
to us boys. They were rather scorned
by the "gentlemen" by which was
meant tho grown-up gentlemen who
hot partridges over the pointers and
snly picked up a hare when she got In
their way; and the negroes used to cttch
them In traps or "gums" which were
traps made of hollow gum-tree logs; but
wo boys wero tho hare-hunters. They
wero our property from our childhood:
Ljust as much wa considered as "Ilruno"
and "Don" tho beautiful "crack"
pointers with their brown eyes and sat-
iny ears nnd coats were tho "gentle-
men's." The negroes used" to set traps all hc
fall and winter and we with the nat-
ural tendency of boys to Imitate what-
ever Is wild and primitive used to set
traps also. To tell the truth however
the hares appeared to have a way of
going Into the negroea' traps rather
than Into ours and the former caught
many to our one.
Even now after many years. I can
remember tho delight of the frosty
mornings; the joy with which we used
to peep through tho little Danes of tho
dormer-windows at the white frost over
the fields which promised stronger
chances of game being caught; tho
eagerness with which oblivious of tho
cold wo sped through tho garden
across ths field along the ditch banks
and up by the woods making the
round of our traps; the expectancy
with which we peeped orer the whitened
weeds and through the bushes to catch
a glimpse of the gums In some "part"
or at some clearly marked "gap;" our
disappointment when we found the
door standing open and the trigger set
lust aa we had left It the morning be-
fore; our keen delight when the door
waa down; tho dash for the trap; the
scuCle to decide which should look In
first: the peep at the brown ball screwed
up back at tho far end; the delicate
operation of getting the bare out of the
trap; and the triumphant return home
holding up our spoil to be seen from
alar. We wero happier than we knew
The February Wldo Awake
Oomcs promptly to hnnd with nn exceed-
ingly vnrlcd and entertaining list of con-
tents. Wc wonder If tho parents of our
boys nnd girls really know wlint nn ex-
cellent nnd absorbing story Sirs. Mary
Mcintosh Cox is Riving us in her serial
"Jack Ilrcrcton's Tlirco Months' Serv
ice?" Whllo tho young pcoplo read 11 with
growing Interest and imbibo lessons In
honor tnanllnc&a and devotion to duty
from Its stirring Incidents not ono of tho
elder generation but can llvo ngaln the
drnmntlo scenes of 1801 which it por-
trays when homes wero rent nnd nnx-
lous hearts wero over-strained. Tho
story appeals to all. So too though in
a different way docs tho Arabian story
of pluck nnd endurance "The Lancoof
Kannna" thrill Its readers month by
month. The enmel raco over tho desert
described in tho February number Is
full of n force nnd fire that stirs tho blood
of every reader. Among tho Important
contributions to tho February Wide
AwAKK Is tho lost story "Tho Sign of
the Prophet Jonah" ever written by
Eliot McCormlck ono of New York's
promising newspaper men untimely
cut oil by death scarcely six months
since. Mrs. Harriet Moxwcll-Convcrso
has another of her interesting Indian
articles "With Seventy Chiefs nt
Ohswckan;" Mrs. Maud Howo El-
liott talks delightfully about "Borne
Horses that I hnvo known;" Mrs.
Jano G. Austin gives tho charm-
ing story of "Lora Standlsh's
Sampler" of which all readers of
"Standlsh of Standlsh" and "Hetty Al-
den" will be glad to know more. Lovers
of adventure will enjoy Lieut Col.
Thorndlko's thrilling cxpcrlenco "In
tho Slrnlts of Copo Horn;" Harriet
Piokney Huso's sketch of a storm "On
a Florida Reef" nnd Henry Cleveland
Wood's Kentucky pioneer story "Un-
der Fire." Dorothy Uolcomb's "Writings-down"
nbout "Tho Night of
tho Flro" will raise tho ready
smile. "Tho First Steamboat" and "A
Pet Seal" are short Instructive papers
and tho dopartmei "Men and Things"
is full of rcadablo itoms. Tho poetry
of tho number is excellent Tho pic-
tures In tho number are Illustrative and
characteristic and tho feeling that the
children ot this generation who have
the possibilities of regulnrly reading so
helnful and elevating a magazine as
Widb Awake are blessed Indeed is em
phasized again by a perusal of tho Feb-
Winn Awake Is published at 20 cents
per number 82. to per year.
D. Lotiirop Co. Publishers Boston
Not long ago In London a preach-
er indulged la a llttlo bit of sarcasm
over a small collection and ho did it
very noatly: "When I look nt tho con-
gregation" said he "I ask whero are
the poor? and when I look at the col-
lection I ask where are the rich?"
Alt SorU and ConJItloni of Man
No matter how wldoly nt variance on'othor
points concedo to llostotter'a Htomach Hit
tera snvcrclgu potancr In casas of malaria
This Is the universal testimony from all
claaws. Chills nnd fever. Intermittent
dumb ague and njjue cako invariably suc-
cumb to It. 8o do dyspepsia la grlppo. con-
stipation blllousnccs rhoumatlsm and kid
ney trouble. Emigrants to and sojourners
In malarious regions should proviJe them-
salves with this cealal moans ot protection.
ITsn PnzriREXCE A young woman being
asked by a politician wblcn party ibo was
most In favor of replied that sho preferred
a wedding party. Onto a Week.
Diccium'j Pills will euro wind and pain
In tbo stomach giddiness fullness dull-
ness drowsiness cnllls and loss of appetite
Wc bear about bearding the Hon but
malo lions are usually bearded by nature.
The Only One Kvrr Prlntf d-Clli Ton Find
There Is n n Inch display advertisement
in this paper this weak which has no two
words nllko except ono word. Thusamols
truo of ench now ono appearing each week
from Tho I)r Ilartcr Medicino Co This
houso laces a "Crescent" on everything
they make nnd publish. Look for It send
them tho muno of tho word nnd they will
return yon book beautiful lithographs or
AuniTlors Vocni "Is that man you lust
bewod to your publlsbcrl' Btrugiillng
Author "No; that's my pawnbroker. -M.
"I nve boon occasionally troubled wllh
Coughs nnd liieaolicasoliavousedilunwx's
llitoxcnm. TnociiEs which lmvo never
failed and I must say thoy aro second to
nonn In tho world." Ftlix A. Afau Cathler
Wnnx children contlnuo making n nolso
alter they hnvo tiocn told to bo still It 1
evident thoy will uot tnlio sound advice.
Ir you want to bn cured nf n cough us
Halo's Honey of llorohouml nnd Tnr.
Flko'a Toolbacho Drops Cura In ono minute.
PitorLS aro senrco who aro satisfied with
their next door neighbor's religion. Ram's
A Stamp's ouCas't Hur The stamp of
a gcntlemnn Onco a Week.
TEXAS CHAIR CAR LINEv H
wfib iJTHtf KnnrrHli and rulnti which ttaJa 1
U hnililnnre the Iron ann burn ctr. I
The IlMIn Sun sicwe Poind li llrtulnnt. Odor. I
1m nimble and the constimf r pars tor no Ua
or iuupackie filth tTtrriitirchue. I
with mr fit ra on 4 well
LOOMIS A tnNMNt
111 J. WIIIVl
iik iiaii tub omr.
MR. E. Si'HMCIlTlNa living at No.
to.. Now York Ultv. wrnto the
under iltto ot Deo. roth IM91. Two wocka ago
l wan takrn un Severn pains in my nacK nran.
chrat and throat la tact mr whole body ached
and I concluded It must tx the grip. I used two
lxMtlos of Dr. Hull's Cough Hyruu and round re-
lief the third buttle cured me. Two ot my chil-
dren wero taken tho samo way acd two bot
tles cured them ur. nuns cougn styrup is
Worth Its weight In gold.
MRNY LIKE THESE.
MUMIRAt OIA IWhny Mo. Aug. 4 1833i
ntUKAIA. "Suftered for years with ncu-
ralgta but was Anally cured by 8t. Jacobs OU."
t. li. sunncn.
obb a sub Coiislantlne Mich. Feb. 10 1S37: "Was troubled SO years
ornAins. .1 j ln tho fronj Mraln; n j for wcclw at a
timo; norllcf from olhcr remedies. About 8 years ngo I bought St. Jacobs Oil
and ruodoa'jout 14 applications; have been well and flrong ever since. Havo
dono all kinds of work and can lift as much as ever . No return of pnln In rears.
D. M. IUJARICK.
RUIREft "C0 D0'!1" Bt- Bl0- Md. Jan. 18 1S0O: "I fell down
rCUIofcOi tlio back stairs of my resldenco In tlio darkness and was
bruised badly in my hip and eldo; suffered severely. Gt. Jacobs Oil completely
cured oc" WM. C. HARDKN
Member cf Btata legislature.
The finest Minn.
Hops are brewed iu
Hurley and Bohemian
the "A. M. (1 Iiohemlan
Uoltlod Beer" of St. Louis. Get no other.
It is tho "sweet buy and buy" at tho can-
dy shops all tbo timo.
Or no account without a vice the car-
penter. A LiTtninv man becomes a nobleman
wben bo Is baron of Ideas Lowell Courier
City of Toledo )
Lucas Co. S. S.
State of Ohio. )
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner
of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co. doing business in the
City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said
firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence
this 6th day of December A. D. 1889.
TffirJf A. W. GLEASON Notary PUBLIC
and sets directly
upon the Blood and
E. D. WALTHALL & CO Druggists. Horse
Cave Kv.. say; "Hall's Catarrh Cure curea
every one that takes It."
CO.NDUtTOK E. D. LOOMIS. Detroit. Mlcb..
saysi "The rSoct of Halls Catarrh Cure la
wonderful." Wrlto him about It.
ItKV It I CARSON Scotland Dak. says!
"Two bottles or Hall's Catarrh Curo complete-
ly cured my llttlo girl "
J C SIMPSON. Marqueaj W Va. sayai
"Hall's Catarrh Curo cured mo ot a lcry bad
rase or catarrh."
Ball's Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers Id Patent Medicines.
PRICE 75 CENTS A BOTTLE.
THE ONLY GENUINE HALL'S CATARRH CURE IS
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Testimonials sent free on application.
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iff up our
We vrero 1
Thomaa Nelson Pane in BL Nicholas.
KANSAS CITY Feb. Id
CATTLK-Ehlpping steers tSM QH
Both tho method and results when
Svrup of Figa is taken; it Is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste nnd acta
fently yet promptly on the Kidneys
iver and Bowels cleanses tho sys
tem cueciaouy uupeis coins head-
aches and fevers and cures hahitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs ia the
only remedy of its kind ever pro-
duced pleasing to tho taste nnd ac-
ceptahlo to tho stomach prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial In its
effects prepared only from tho most
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many excellent qualities commend it
to all nnd havo niado it tho most
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Syrup of Figa la for sale In 50o
and 81 bottles by all lending drug-
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wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
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in cutm mm.
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COBN-No.1 41 4IM
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are very small yet jomch all the vlr-
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Iiarabrrnsopopolar for thirty years.
Thrlr alts and ucBr-coatlng ccrai-
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and penona with weak atotnachs. JTor
9 Sick Headache
they aro Invaluable as tliey mate the
rooataaulmllatc nourltli the bodyA
orcTlplutr. IkithalxcaorTntra 1111a
are otd by all droinrUts. Ioe amall.
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rnn kanrab city
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Ht DuUhc.L W ri.ni. f.l.
.ryi Itranr ('ttrroti lloLnt
torn rfaiin.i'.m.irii .
II .41111" IIHI.II M.loni
Corn rrollfl CufumWr I'rl
I'.r.blpi Huh. Ni.;lii IIO.T
ALNKER BROS. Rookford. III. I"
mr au f oi ."
. u..il .I.a
- m ""? "" oriviir BwnnutJBiiaVi.
er4Mt VII 11 fin ? Mt am
CUBED TO STAY CURED.
aV wsat Mam aad
Aderas cf Citrr
rUJlA lU tAtUktnn Dim ya wa
lUw nm mun AKtui'sllu.liic.ahr.aadaariir
(oodtltuatloni. writs J 1. HUOWN.KdaiU.Mo.
iruu nci ran m a im m
ltao'a Ilernedy (or Catarrh la the
Ilest Kaalest to Us and Cheapest. fM
Bld by drop glts or sent by malL
COo. B. T. UauUlhe Warren fa. J
"a.'j. k.-d. TasaT
ifHEX HKIT1KH TO ABVCJiTHtUU PUtAe
Um yea aew she AdterttiiaiMl ia UM
Mti weNtii(f fee)
In fcllowiii wUl U Ismted at M.W
mc year. The verdlet t mtm orralaf
arte r mall herd. U that It pJi
llrertke the brand.
O 71 ItANOH.
Ranc oa Caar tl
oslt onl fo ihlfc
D. L. DBNNY.
Clnrcraoro Ind. For.
Eh Either iM.
Rail rail cast
ta sr aUr-
bit ia mm.
It a n ( a
ait or Oolsai
branded - p
O. W. POCLE.
Chelsea Ind. Tor.
Boms branded C
W. en let! side
Itanito on I'ryor erf el
two miles from Cfifl
J. O. HALt..
Post-omc-a VlnlU I. X.
rtonaVraadsamtealart hip Cadtrkll la
eehear. Eaofi -Between Cabta aad rrrvl
W. n. NOBLS3
Poitoffics at Kingston Kaniai.
rfere brand earn
Haaa. h.adi t
blf eieea 0. X.
B. B. 7RA.70BB
PoitoDlot Viaita lad. Tor.
tut uikuiui imh i-M
vlr la rljkt.
Cattle f tali
ly far ship
all e e VI.
alt ea Cat I
Chouteau Ind. for.
Clrel on neck either I U on rlilit sldrt 111
Idei C H aid or rar irrnbbed
bin Cotia on neck 1 v on tltl ami hint omi
hraadeil roinon lift alila Hone brand Oil
on left thonldrr or thigh. Rang on Chonttaa
ina rrjor creeas. jv-i
PoatoQico ViniU Indian Territory
left ear split la
IL B TATLOIl
roitofflcn Vinlta I. T.
ad 1U I th
xlaht . .
Itiny en Lc
uit ereek fool
mllav a of Vt
P. O. VInltn Intl. Tcr.
Alan soma branded
eaaL) WmwmJ unvr alooe la
earn ear: range
uitic west ct Chelsea.
D. H. UATTP f '
Poitofllo Salina In dim Torr!tory
Im sltpe u
u oa unlaw 1 4
r knaAed J W M aa aUa.
J. D. MARKHAM.
Chouteau Ind Tcr.
and andetklt Is
left eeri nndrr-
elepe la right
Slage from Le
tail Oror. tt
Bold ealy lot
Ataa 1 hotleeuul aid aail
V a. AI.IiBN
Ilanie IA the
near ths mouth
cf Cow creek
crop off ol light
R O. BDOBtlTON
Lenapah I. T
A few ateeri
ht( A on right
hip ntoek eal.
II hrsndKl R fi
clot crop left
rljkt. The "op.
en heart" csttli
ha? tip of right
bora nwed cdfi
Ssoga oa California ereek 10-JI
li. O. BKINNBB
Adair I. T.
Soma bat FIT en
lefliMel mark smooth
trorint oppir S10114
lit naog nni jtuair
tOaeaVa 11 . if .1
A. J. LANS.
Claremore I. T.
Alio Von n i.
Mirkt Crop aad .
derbllln tight awal.
lowfnrk la left. IV
brand virions "ras
Rang 10 mlla north
Pryor Croek Ind. Tor.
-. Rom steer branded
-- " iitin. aATnea th not
BM Coir braadtd LAD
A. 3. BLAOKWXXIa
Cbolscn Ind. Tor.
Rang on i.lntntng
and Ball ereeka tea
mllea north ' chU
mile aorta -' CheU
Port-Offloe Claremore Ind. Tor
i.M k aTTkrl
Postoflico Vinlta Ind Tor.
Ttrand ae hie eralo.
Xarnark erobof left
akd crop aad aader
J. o. nooAN
Adair Indian Territory.
rrklt la tiabl ar.
v en wtttra a nnvrt
pottoCbo at Chelsea Indian Toy.
lee vrvp va i.itaari
W. W. MILIiBR
Vinlta I. T.
lfiawa IfffiTifnViV'af 1
O. V. ItOQEBS
Clarcmoro Ind. Tcr.
I baron lark
I hip. Nona
I teld except
J. . EDWARDS.
P. O. Vinlta Indian Territory.
rardrd J D oa
Llto eome 4 on
ft law II oa
Id. K oa hip
Vflll per SM COreward fortoail.ll.a lay el
La sliallag aa tnlmtl la thtt brand.
Che'iBi-a I. T.
Blrlpa scroti the
Harki Crop off th
right nndtrilop In
th left ear.
Rang fonr mile
weitof Chiliea. 10-M
J. M. OUUTOHPIBLD
Tulsa I. T.
Horn branded N Y
Uarki Under half crc
florae branai M
Range from Tana l
Catooia. northif Perry-
man paitoreikd lonlb
of tllrd creak
None sold eieept for
Four Mile I. T.
Range on Four Mil
10 tnllra aoutheait a
Che-opa Kan. Mark
put In right r-
Ilora brand u on left
shoulder. No cattle
old except for ship
D. W. rtlDEIt
CIicIbuii Ind Tor.
miH.O on ten hla
klerk Urnb right
crop iplll sod bole I
GRAY Ss OLINKSOAIiES
Vinita Ind. Ter.
1 Ranch on l'aw-
wn or vinlta
.No Itoek (old
mrni. Hon brn4
O on shonlder.
w. a. iAvrowpi
vinita ina I
Cholsoa Ind. Tor.
Rsrgi XotU f
0iltln tea. tJkt
Have you seen Xvangcllst Wolf' new papert
John 3s I6i 'if'r0"ot-p"l'i
taZroTe! India!! SSSSSfSSSSSi
gfedtoencoplea Irce). Addrce "Jobn
uiw-u. vinita.UbCroeeo Nation
TO ALTj POINTS IK .
Texas Mexico and'
Tnnouon trains carry
Hannibal St. Loji
and Kansas City
REE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
Hannibal and IJongon Dallas It
. . Worth an4 Taylor.
A. S. DODQE Traffic Managor St
OASTON MESLIER Q. P. and T.
A. Parsons Kan.
E. D. PARKER A. Q. P. A. GOB
Chestnut street St. Louis.
KANSAS CITY ft
Omaha Puoblo & Denver.
etalLBin Bu'JH Oliepl&s Can aad Tt
BEOIiliaNO OHAI3 OAB8 '
6T. LOUI9 AND WICHITA
H. O. TOWN9END
Genlral rrjianger I '.
aadTtiketAgemJ : N rr.L0UW.Mkt
A. D. CUBINE
Itaaataelnrar ot and daaler la
BOOTS AND SHOES
Does all kinds of boot and!
shoo work guaranteeing a fit
and satisfaction in every r
poet. Parties desiring work
can Bond tholr names and ail-
dresses and Trill receive a circa
lar glTlng full directions how to
measure tlio foot.
J. TT. CUDIKE fortmxj bas oaf
BgtUaff cite for jean and Is glrta; tU
ter saUgnieUoB In Uie boot bailntaa thaa
gay man in the West.
(HE LIVE STOCK HARKET OF ST.L0U1S
THE BT. LOUIS NATIONATj
Stock Yards. '
Located at I-nt nt. Loula I1L
Directly opposlto tho city of Bt Loula.
Uuyora for all tlcscrlptlon of Llvo Stocli
always la attendance and within ths
rrrounds of tho Stock Yards Is a Beet
Canning Company with a capacity for
slaughtering 1000 hood of cattlo dally -and
Pork Pncklpr; Establlshraenta wlta
a capacity forslaughtorlno; 12000 hogl
I8A4.0 H KNOX Prosldoat
OIIAB. T. JONES Hupt.
ArTOS. IXD. TKB.'
J. H. ALLEY PROPRIETOR.
Torms reasonable. Tablo al.
ways supplied with tho best ths
market affords. Good sample
rooms on first floor.
Good e tablo in connection with
ME8. J. IL LA.NGLEY Prop.
Fairland Ind Ter.
July 2nd. t sao.
William MoDavltt Bonooa Ua
Model Roller Mil's
"A" "Model" and "Oilt EdM"
Hour. Duys wheat and corn. Bollcllt
trado from Indian Territory Batlf.
Uoa tuarraatoed. ' jrjti
aRAChLl WJ II-
-; nrai 1 1
iv lil'I V HI 1M-U'
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tttvt f M wrWl
j til U 7
aa aM M9
UfUk U U$f
tt tUJlH Ml M
t it4 4
rill 14 M
(ft I MtrMtle)
till WMk U4t
'MrtH leMtf tws
fff tkry bt. I
Wlt( mitm fBfeiaa
Mat rlI Hltl !
rhltk it m-
I harr iur
Uf ! Ma
14 Uttm 99 !
mi rft btm
rt4r Ui(it 4
Wr fc '
I flUO. lkmaasul ttullan V.a. eiauai. UlllMWi
U U AUU Jlo'ivo. Auiuuft UiUaa.
Sf tltwtiftt mxum
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 11, 1892, newspaper, February 11, 1892; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71215/m1/4/: accessed September 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.