The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 17, 1892 Page: 3 of 4
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Indian Chiof tain.
Vinita Ind. Tun Nov. 17 1892.
Local Railroad Time Tablet.
SI I HOUllt KANSAS A TEXAB.
' IC A T. Express
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No 4 T.St Ij.ft lll'bax
No I Mo Ke A Tax ex
S n hs freight anil aceom
ST. LOUIS A BAN KIIAKCI9CO KA1MVAT.
V.t St I. toSapolpa
An tvss. I oir
St t-nnte exmese
Through coaches from St
Yuri fiiuntii Dinr-CTonr.
M K Chnreh South 3 W McCrery paslnri
jsblistli school at 10.00 a m.i preachlnjrat 11
a m ami 7 p m prayer meeting orery Wed-
nesday erjnlng Communion eervlce etery
rresbyterlan Chnreh. I) N Allen pas-
tors preaching Saftilayi at II a m. and 7 p.
m.i Sunday idiool at 10 a. m prayer meet-
ing Thursday nlghti.
Congregational Chnrch-tte. Fayette llnrd.
pastor) aerelceseeery Sunday atll a m. and
7 p.m. iflnndaySclioolatloa. m.i Christian
Kndeator Society 4 p m. 1'rayer meeting
Will pay for
To Jim. 1 1803.
Don't you tnnt It?
(Ion. D. V. lltnliyliead la In town.
Tho tin roof Is urn hk on tho now
S. S. Uobli'a homo north of town Is
JucIko II. T. Laudrum is arranging
to move to Vinita.
Dr. Ullnkscalcs has a new tipencur
repeating shot gun.
Fancy and staplo groceries fresh and
nice. A. li. Nichols.
V. U. l'atton is planting trees on Ins
place adjoining town.
Freali family groceries always in
stock. Jno. O. Oroy & Co.
A beautiful green coHeo at A. It.
.Nichols'; try an ordorof it
Oouutry produce taken in ezchango
for all groceries at Jno. O. Gray A Co's.
Tho man who can't do a good day's
work this weather is certainly lax.
Heating Stoves full line at the new
hardware store at Adair. Call aud in-
A thanksgiving supper will be glvon
iiy tho ladles of the Presbyterian
When you want something dainty
or tempting for tho table call on A. B.
The Indian mission confcicnce of
the M. 12. church south meets at Aril-
more this week.
'llio new hardware storo at Adair
has two cars of barbed wire; bottom
.prices guaranteed. 2t
i'ayer mcotlngs At the Congrega-
tional church Mill hereafter bo held ou
Will Carter the druggist who has
beau laid up for touia weeks with ty-
phoid fever is convalescent.
Several days last week w heat n as ro-
fueed at Kdua and a number of Kan
sas border points at any price.
Tho discourse at tho Congregational
church next Suuday morning will bo
on tl'u eoventh commandment.
A paper is soon bo started at Clare
more under the management of a Mr.
Heynolds from Oauey Kansas.
A special train carrying some of tho
otticialof tho Frisco was out this way
-jou a tour of inspection last week.
A. 0. Raymond talks of moving his
building and erecting a brick neit
spring. Vinita is bound to boom.
Ibl-py and content II a noma witn i no w
cheiieri a limrj with the llclit ot the morning
U. A. Luman cliartfod with tho kill
ingot Wm. H. Mills at Chetopa ro.
cciilly was bound over for trial with-
Head ourTaulcqun.il correspondence
and you will know fust as well what is
going on at tho capital as though you
Parties who havo been enquiring for
oxtra length statements and "head
and tail" statements can now bo ac-
commodated at this olllco.
Thore havo been a hundred loads of
hickory nuts hatilod out of Milt Drake's
pasture ot 800 acres in tho Miami re-
servo this fall so he says.
Lost on last Haturday betwoen
Vinita and Pheasant Hill a sum of
money; lluder will bo gonorously re-
warded by restoring to Itev. A N.
A H. Nichols has oponcd a new
stock of groceries in tho building here-
tofore occupied by Joe Alton and cor-
dially Invites all his old friends to call
nnd see him.
O.L. Jackson of Muskogee ("Hall-
road" Jackson) Is a candidate for U. B.
attorney under tho coming adminis-
tration and has begun an activo cam-
paign for tho placo.
Bpcaklngadvisodly wo can say that
no great ellort will bo roqulrod to find
a democrat willing to tako tho Vinita
pos'tollico when Mr Cleveland gets
ready to make au appolntmout.
City Marshal Isbell arrested a Mex-
ican yestorday for stealing a grip at
tho depot from somo Modocs who had
been at Muskagco attending court.
Last night ho set tho calabooso afire
nnd tried to burn out but failed
W. I'. Trott Is moving his lumber
yard by degrees from its present loca-
tion to tho lots across tho streot from
Marina Daniels' houio and along tho
cross street.' A brick block will adorn
tho lots heretofore occupied ono of
theso days and not far off.
I want 100 head of cattle to winter.
Address A U. Atklus Watova I T
lir. U. 0. Kills dentist of South
wcst'Clly will boot
Tulsa Nov 11 to 10;
Catoosa Nov. 10 tq 23;
Claremore Nov 23 to 27j
Chelsea Noy. '.7 to Deo 2;
VlulU DM 3 U 17.
W 3 Strange wai In from CheUea yeetef
day and report bntlneit excellent.
Jmlfe Maton waa In Fort Smith jeittr-
day at a ltneii hU lecond trip within a
week or 10.
V A Nellton Claromote'a prominent
merchant wai In Monday on tmifncia with
Dlitrlct Clerk Trott
"Uncle Jimmy" Cleveland waa In town
Monday'elorirylng over the feet that hit
"nephew" htd been elected pretldent
tlrt.H.E Chetneycame down from To-
pekalailSalnrdey and will mtka her home
with her daughter Mrt. it. IC MlUord.
Geo. M Ward of Olympnt returned with
hit family from Colorado lait week hit ion
haying folly regained hli health 'Ihey were
Mm. ttet F. Ilurd returned home lilt
Friday from a tlx weeki' flilt to friend In
Maiiachneetti and Michigan. She appean
Mm O n. McUlmon and children went
to Parii Taxai lait Balnrday night Intend-
ing to ipend the winter there for the tieneflt of
her Utile daaghter'a health.
-Sim'l C "Kelley or Muieatlna Iowa
rather of F L. Kelley wai down on a tltlt
recently but went home In time to Tote. It
lineedleit to lay till ote for pretldent wai
II. W. 0. Shelton of the male lemlnary
faculty wai op Saturday. He did not learn
of the death of hli brother-in-law Dr. Thomp-
son until too late to reach here for the
Jim Dnmai had heard the remit of the
election 'way down In Arkamai and came
orer Tueeday aner the VInlla poitonlce. He
wai lurprlied to And moral gentlemen here
who had eiplratloni In the tame direction.
Milt Drake wai down from Ohetopa Mon-
day In company with K Ilaker who llrei
on hli place Milt wai feeling blue orer the
reiult of the election but wai Jubilant oyer
the way In which Chetopa deported herielf
J D. Lynch father of Charley Lynch
cime down from Kanm thli week aad Intendi
toremiln all winter. Hli eon reildlng at
Lherryrale wai the republlcin candidate for
ilala treaiuret and of course went down nn-
dor the arlanehe with the balance of the
A. J. Hlttckwcll has gone to preach-
ing ami expects lo ho a traveling evan-
gelist. Cash always buys goods 23 per cent
cheaper than credit. Oonsnll W. J.
Strange at Chelsea lor verification of
this statement fllock complete in
City Marshal Ietioll got a rd train
Joplln Sunday morning olfering a $15
reward for a stolen horse and a few
minutes later learned that the fellow
was in town tho night before and had
gone out to Gray & Olinkscales' ranch.
The officer found tho man Bill CUrk
by name and recovered the horse. It
had been solen from Clark's grand-
father so ho said.
This is from the 'atray list of Tallin-
quad district K. P. Psrris sherili:
"Ono red neck blue sided rooster bob
tailed 5 years old tender footed when
arrived at Dodo Welt's; In charges of
said West." Thero is a section of this
town where no 'stray chickens have
ever yet been posted and It has ofton
been surmised that a great number of
missing fowls have gono that way.
ShorlfT Zanders was in Tuesday look-
ing 'or Judgo Landrum who he wished
to set a day for the trial of Joe Ittley
charged with assault with attempt to
kll. Itlley shot a man last fall and
went to Texas but got broke and re-
turned and was arrested. Sbertfl San
ders' deputies oro following Bob Tal-
tnnln tho Sac aud Fox country and It
Is believed bo will be captured.
You may think that running n
couple ut blocks to a tire ut a gait that
would surprise even Mr. Cleveland
aud then discovering it to bo only a
democratic ratification meeting Is not
calculated to djigust a republican. But
It is as ono ol that 'persuasion" can
testily. Added to tho disgust the col-
ored girl promptly "gave notice" de-
claring that she "done quit norkin'
for anybody dat goes to a democrat
Commissioner Mason's Court.
Henry Fredman assault and battery;
Wesley Brewer assault and battery;
Win. Page and John Whlteley assault
aud battery continued.
M. C. Tinsley assault and battery
Iticbard Wedon introducing; con-
tinued. Jool Suagec Sabbath breaking; rocog-
W. C. Wilkinson vs Y. II. Curtis In
replevin; judgment for defendant.
Married: Mllfrcd Ilerron and Miss
Llcenso: Wro. II. Jenks and Miss
A MERITORIOUS MBABTJBB.
FropOBod Obango in tho Primary
Below Is published a bill proposing
a change in the primary school law. A
discussion of its merits and demerits
is invited. What tho Cherokee peo-
ple want is fifty or a hundred more
schools opened up without additional
expense to our trcasuty. This bill
proposes tho plan to do it. Our school
fund is a common one. Every child
Iibb an equal interest In it but under
our present system thero are from one
to two thousand chlldion growing up
In ignorance who do not get the ben-
efit of a cent of their school money.
This is unjust. Because a child docs
not live noar ono of tho one hundred
established schools is no roason why
its money should be taken and given
to another. Thero are many chlldron
In our nation wiio havo grotrn up by
a public school whllo otners and a
gftat many othors who nero entitled
to tho samo benefits have never had
any. It Is thodutyof our government
if It can to romody this evil. This
bill proposes a remedy. It thero Is
ten dollars a year due every child let
him havo it in schooling if he will go;
It only live lot him have that. By al-
lowing the non-cltlzen children to go
we can openup Ijfty or a hundred now
schools they paying the extra expense
J W Duncan
IN niLATION TO TUB PBUfABY SCHOOLS.
Section 1 Be It enacted by the Na-
tional council That from and alter the
present term of (he primary schools
thero shall bo duo every citizen child
over six and under olgbtaon years of
ago who attends onu of the public
schools the sum of ono dollar aud
twenty live cjnts per month based
upon a dally average the samo to be
nald the teacher by warrant unon his
or tier sworn statement to tho correct-
ness uf tho report before any oftjeer au-
thorized to administer an oath which
report must also be approved by a ma-
jority of the board of diiectora and by
the cowmissjoner of education
ktao. 2. The chlldjsn of Bou-cltlstns
aUy rssUUat ja the Cbfk nail
lion may bo allowed to attend any of
the public schools by paying to tho
teacnor monthly tho sum of oncf dol-
lar and twenly-uvo conts per pupil
based upon a dally average provided
howevor that In case- tho school Is
crowded 'or any of tho non citizen
children aro disorderly or for any
other cause that the directors may
deem expedient they may discharge
or refuse to admit any or all non-cm
Izon pupils. Dm directors of any
school shall not allow tho chll Iron of
non-cltUertH illegally resident In the
Cherokee nation to attend and In case
of violation ol thin provision the com-
missioner of education shall discon-
tinue tin) school for a term of ono year.
In enso non-citizens fail to pav tliolr
tuition promptly at tho end or overy
mouth tho teacher may dismiss them
80. 3. Tho commissioner of educa-
tion shall in January and July of each
yoar hold examinations of applicants
for certificates at a convenient place
In each of the three educational dis-
tricts thirty dsys notice of the dale
and place of such examination being
given in the Cherokee Advocato or
other newapapors and shall irsue first
second and third grade certificates to
thoso who aro compolont to leach aud
who are free from Intoinperalnoruthor
Immoral habits. Tho first grade cer-
tificates shall bo Issued for throo years
the second Xor two and tho third for
Sko. 4. On Friday tho last day of
the spring term or as soon alter as
practicable the citizen patrons of each
school shall meet at their lespocitve
school houees andelectthrcodirectors
who must bo citizens of tho Cherokee
nation. Women may vote for nnd bo
elected directors. The board of direct-
ors at tho cloeo of each term or as
soon therenlter as practicable shall
moot at their school houses ana elect
their teacher who must hold si) un-
expired cerlllicalo from the commis-
sioner of education. They shall also
havo tho right to discharge the teach-
er at any time in case ho or sho does
not give satisfaction or for intempor-
aiu ur utuur imu i;uiiiiuvt. uu iu civu.
another. Tho school shall lip qudcr
tho eullio control or llio directors una
the commissioner of education.
Slc. C. No teacher Shall receive loss
than tvteuty-llvo dollars per month
and In ci.se the ninouut duo from the
Cherokee nation and that paid by tha
non-citizens tails short of this amount
tho patrons shall pay tho deficiency.
Non citizens must furnish their own
book which shall I'fiQf tho same series
as llioso furnished by the Cherokee
Hko. i. In towns wheio It is ncccs-
snry to Have two teacher tho principal
shall havo supervision of tne school
ii'.ip-i to the direction of tho dlrect-
o. . ta provided for in tho other schools
and shall receive three-lift lis ot llio
public money aud of that paid by non-
rittzensand tl;u assistant the remain-
ing two-lifths. In caso there be a lie-
ccasitv for two ii88sistants. llio urin-
clpal shall receive three-sevenths of
the public money aud that paid In by
non-citizens and tho assistants tho
remaining four sevonths the same to
ho divided cnualy between them.
Sec 7 Tho fall ten; etjall begin on
the first Monday in September and
continue sixteen weeks lmmodiatolr
after tho election of a teacher the di-
rectors shall notlly the commissioner
of education oi the same.
Sec 8. The teichers at the end of
every month shall make out a report
showing tho days of tho wee); ami
month that each citizen pupil attend-
ed ono copy of which shall be fur-
nished tho illroctors and one tho com-
missioner of education. Where it is
suanected that fraudulent reports are
made by tho ten.'her tho directors
shall mako an investigation and upon
satisfactory evidenceof tho same shall
A r. AND A. M.
At a special meeting of Vinita Lodge No ft
A. I A A M. on Kovember llili. A. D. 18M
the following resolutions were adopted i
WntuiAS It has pleated the Supreme
Architect to call our belorttt brother 8 J.
Thompson Irom labor lorerrcthmenti there-
lore be It
Itssolyed That we cherish rils memory at
an honest man an upright citizen and an ex-
emplary ratmbtr or our fralerulty whose
life was well worthy or emulation.
While we feel that we shall mitt
him In our attoclatlont we bow In
humble submission to the mandate or "Illm
who doelh all things well" believing we
shall again greet him "In that temple not
made with hands eternal In tho heavens "
Itesolved That we lender our heart Tel t
sympathy to hli bereaved family lu this hour
vt their sorrow and drMrets. and that a copy
of these resolutions bB furnished tlcin.
Itesolved further Thet a copy of these ret-
olutlom be spread upon the minutes of the
lodge and also published In tha local pspers
A. M CMHKSOALtl
Tune It Kmuiir
II. F t'OUTKKH
kmimiits r rrTiiiaa
Wiikkiai It has pleased God. In the dis-
pensation of Hli providence to take from our
ranka one ol our youngtsl. In membership
yet truest most enlhutlaitlc and bravest
Knights. Ilro S.J. Thompson
lie it IttsoLMD That we realise that we
have instalned an Irreparable loss and that
we bow to the will of an all-wise and Just
01 wbota every vltllallon It beeaute of fove
and for mercy'e lake.
That we mutt sincerely oxpresi our sym-
pathy for the absent brother and our aympa-
the far hli bereaved family
that we laud the generosity virtue and
nobility ol him who has been taken from us
and tutt we commend bis life and character
to the brotherhood
That hla name and place be held sacred In
That a copy of thee resolutions be spread
unon the records of the lodge and a cour be
aent to the family of our deceased brother
with whom we sympathize lo deeply and to
the press for publication.
With the keenest appreciation of the lost
we have met. and with heartfelt ivmnalbv
for all who have foil the atlngof death we.
yonr committee Jo most iciptctlnllj submit
ibe abore as oar report. '
he above as our report.
)Uc LixpiiuM. Seo'r.
Claremore li on the boom.
8nccsr Sterent ha been quite sick.
Mrs. Illllx Campbell li Tlsltlnj friends at
Mr. Fred I.umar (topped o?er In our town
"Pfirybod'l John" -looks awful tired
Ur. and Mrs. Watt Marts spent oatur-
day In town.
The democrata of this nlare liate had a
general rrjolclnif orsr (Iroter
Sirs. M. I). Woodion has gone tu fj-rlcjc
flelJ Mo to be absent a weik
Aunt Sail) Kelt pissed through here n
route for Tahlcqaah the other da.
John Uage wai up from 1'rjor Creek via
Jttng frlendi aud rsljjjies recentljr.
l'rof. Williams came up from Wagoner
to spend Sunday 1 wonder what for?
Mrs. I'oole Mrs Samnili and Mra. Henry
came In from Chelsea aa guests of Mri Woed-
ion a few dayi since
-j. 0 Coleman from Tahjeuah hsspur-
chased a lot neat door to the poitofljce dJ
wilt erect a store house soon.
flOTi.8 t'UOa AOAIIt.
I)r Qaritson Is morlng into bla new reel
denca this week.
Mr. Brock rommencod work on hli itore
Adair weut democratic What li tu mat-
ter with the republicans?
-Mrs. dimming rccoltej qnlle a lot of mil-
linery goodi from St. I-onls last week.
Mri Hawkins from nrar Illg Cabin wai
visiting her lister Uri. Skinner Saturday.
The young folks wint out nutting Satur-
day 1 all reported liailng a Rood time as they
'rofessor Thompson his been employed to
teach the kliasan( fJroy icbool'ln Iba Clark
and Kendall neighborhood.
The many frlendi of N II Itogere will be
grilled lo hear ol hli serious Illness with that
dreadei) ilieai consumption
Postmaster Hall li culling and. painting
hli rooma and has Invested In a sewing ina-
cblnt 'Oene that looka suspicious
Tho eteut ol the seuon wai a social path-
arlng out it ti residence of.Judga Clark
Friday night In honor of Mli (ipqoin uJ
Mil! I.udle Hall of Vinita Too qcb pralsa
cannot be given Miss I.liala and Mitt f-jdla
for the wanner In which ley eaUttalned
Ourrepubtloan frlendi had
party a few evenlngi since.
Saturday wai the bndeit ! Muttogps
haneen lines the iprlngoMWi.
Quite a larxa handiome bnlldlng It being
erected on the Ilarrell Institute ground! to
be used it a gymnailnm.
'The trial ot F. II Dobbt charged with
betilement hat occupied the attention ol
the court aeyeral dayi It will go lo the Jury
to-morrow Dobbt wai an agent for the
Singer Sewing Machine Co nnd la charged
with hating failed to acconnt for eollectlom
made by him while repretentlng the company
The "Pichelorclnb" li one of the Insti-
tutions of onr elly and li eompoi'd of the
flower of our yonng (t) men. Ityapnll of III
membership before the election It tat learned
that one half were repulflicani a. d ono halt
democrat!. An election wiger wso made be-
tween the two parties to this effect That the
losing side should furnish a $100 supper and
on Saturday night following the election that
there would be a torch light procession by the
olub lo life and drum mnslc the looting mem-
ben to he dretied In female garb the winner!
to appear In their 0")tl attire. Saturday
night the conditions or the bet were compiled
with and our citizens witnessed thli norel
parnle- The costumes of tho loseri were In
good title not rtnihy. but yet calculated to
excite no little fun for the aptctatort
The ratification meeting Thursday night
WH lirtfe ly attepded. Jfearly every business
house and many of the prlnte iesld;ncps were
beautlfnlly dtcorattd and brilliantly Illumin-
ated The antll brigade fired salute aher
salute bonfires on erery street sent lurid
Qamfsheevsuwatd and filled the atmosphere
with millions of spsrki and wild hurrah! from
hundreds or dernneraile throjts ront l air.
.Mullen's bind enlivened the crowd with
choice selections and from an Improvised
platform the following gentlemen made en-
thuslattlo sperehesi W. M Harrison M M.
Edrolston W T. Itiilrhlngs C L Jickion
I 'Owen K. Edinondson and Col It
Downing of Kanm I.ttpr In the evening
reception was tendered the nnlprrHled by Col
It. h Owen at hit palatial rreldenre Kith
of the above named gentlemen were hippy In
hit remarks and bespoke for the democrallo
party much good to the American people
Verily Muskogee dl'l herself proud on thli
ItMSTS. tOlt HALL Mm hTIIAILD STOI.L.1
IKich notice" of tho chancier Indlcited not
exceeding Kilty Word will be Interted two
weeki under thli holding ror Fifty cent
STHAYED-Twelve marci. branded II nn
right shoulder ten having suckling mule
colls Will pay a geueroua reward. Enquire
or address Abe Herman Adair I T lv-il
A srrtAY About May 1 If.rj itrawbcr-
ry roan horse (original) IS haaijt high 7eari
old. no brands came to my residence ln Ut-
ile creek In the territory. 1 mltet well of
Kdna Owner can have name by proving
property ami paying charg a AddretiU. &
Iticliartlion l.lna ICan 10 IS
STiuTtD ohStolxh Dan bey mare bnld
face white feet IT or la hinds Ji gh. S years
old dark bay heavy built mare. II hands
high ft years ulit and her dark bay yearling
colt Jlarei hare C J on hip and ihoulder.
colt not branded Ten dollari reward Itev
J i;o Vinita I T
Any one who will take up and keep for me
or irlve me Infot
imaiion lea ling to ine
err of the following described bnrtei
llbe'ally rewarded Two brown unbroken
mulct II 1-J hands high. Irandrl on left
thigh one PIX. the other ltlX One brown
mire bran. to I on left ibnnlder b II hand!
IHicti broke to ride but not very gentle. One
ilnbroten L.ay not branded a fear on right
knee. lMiands high htnf.ef.om ftoS )prs
old Ihey strayed from mv place 3 riuli-.
west or Arion and 2 miles east of Cobb's
ranch . Kiun CnwrroiiD Afton I 1
Man)' old soldiers who contracted
chronic diarrhoea wlilo in tho service
have sinco been permanently cured ol
it by Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea remedy. For salo by
P. Shanahan Vinita also It. M. Allen
Nowata druggists. nov
IturMrn's Ai mm Snirc. '
The beat salve in tbn wor.d for Cuts
Bruises Sores Ulcers Snlt ttheura
Fever sores Tetters Chapped Hands
Chllblalna Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and positively enren Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfcctsatislactlon.Qr money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. korsalsbyW
O. Patton A Co.
A Great Liter Medicine.
Dr. Utinn's Improved Liver fills aro
a siiro cure for sick liundaclie bilious
llveness torpid liver etc. Tbcsu pjlis
insure perfect (lint'Otion correct the liv-
er nnd stomach rccninto llio bowels
purily nnd enrich tho blood nnd make
tho skin clear. They also produce a
Kooil appetite and invigorate and
atr.cui;then tho entire system by
tlmlr tonic action. They rcquiroono
pill for a dose and never gripe or slclcen.
Sold at '25 cts. nbox by Ur. A. V. tore-
man. sop.net nov
A Sure Ouro for Plloa.
Itching lilies are known by moialuro
lin perspiration causini: intense Itah-
lim when warm. This form as well
ns blind bleeding or protudins yield
at onco to Ur. liosanko's pile remedy
which acts directly on parts ftllectml
hbsnrliinu' tumors allays Itchlnc nnd
effects a permanent euro. Fifty cents.
Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr.
HosHiiko 33) Arch St. Philadelphia
Pa. bold by Dr. A. W. t'oremnn.
For Ismo back thcrnis nothing hot-
ter than to saturate a flannel clot li with
Ubataberlniu's Pain iialm and bind it
on the affected parts. Try it and you
will bo surprised at tho prompt rolicf
it sflords. rho same treatment will
euro rheumatism. For Bain by 1'.
Shanahan Vinita also It. M.Allen
ftonata druit. s. nov
v u "i Krlcnita.
A friend In hi'cd h n friend Indeed.
nd not Ices than ono million poouls
' ii vo found just inch a friend in Dr.
i'i 'Now Discovory for consumption
ii j .s und colds if you havo oovor
n.od thin great cough nicdiolno ono
rial will convince you thnt It has won-
iirfiil curutlvg powers tu all dUooses of
t'iroiit chest and lunpi. Kaeh bottlo
'H (uarantoed to do ail that Is claimed
or monoy rofnnael. Trial bottles fioq
nt W. C. l'atton & Co.'s Uru(f store.
I-atxa bottles 50 cents and $1. 1
Saved from Death br Onions.
Thore has no doubt been more lives of
children saved from death in croup or
nuooping cougn uy tne use oioniana
than any other known remedy our
mothers use to mako poultices of thom
or a syrup which was always effectual
in breaking up a cough or cold. Ur.
Gunn's Onion 8yrup Is made by com-
bining a tew simple remedies with It
which make it mora effective as a
medicine and destroys tho taste and
odor of tho onion 60c Sold by Or. A.
V. Foreman t)rugglst.
Wo dcslro to say to our citizens that
tor years wo have bcon lolling1 Dr.
Klug's Now Discovery for consumption
Dr. King's Now I.Uo Pills Bucklen's
Arnlo Salvo nqj EIcotro utters itni
novor handled romodot that sell at
v oil or that have given suoh universal
atlsfnctlon. Wo aa not hesitate to
guaranteo them overy time and wo
stand ready to refund tho purchaso prlca
It satisfactory results uo not imiowthoir
use. Theso romrdlcs have won their
prcat ponulnrlty purely on their me
Its. W. O. Patton fi po druggists.
An honest Swede tells liis story In
flaln hut uumistakahlo laugnaeo for
ho benefit of the public "(jno of
my children ttok a sovero cold aiu sot
thec.-oiip. I cavo her a le&spoonfiilpf
Ohamberlaln's Oough llemedy and In
ilvo minutes after 1 trnvo hcrono more
lly this tlmo shu had to cough up the
gatherum in tier throat. Then she
went to sleep and slept good for Qfteen
minutes. Then sho not 'ip and vaun-
ted thou sho went bacK to bed and
slept good for tho remainder of tho
nl(ht Hlie got tho croup the
second piutil and l uavo nor tho
same remedy with thu same coqi ra-
suits. 1 wrltq this Lecaute I thounlit
thore mlaht bo somo ono In tho samo
need and not know the truo merits of
thlgVomlerftil inedlclno." Charles A.
Tliohipsopu i)es Holnvs Iowa. apij
M cent bottWs for sale by V.tihsuabnii
Vlaits also K. M AlW .Xowats
drawltt -- noy
NOTICE Is hereby given that Maty
Daniels has been appointed admin-
istratrix of tho estate of J. U. Daniels
All persons having claims against
the estate of J O. Daniels dscoatod
are requested to present tbem to tho
administratrix properly authenticat-
ed wllhln one year from the dato of
her letters of administration. Their
failure to do so rosy preclndi tbem
from any benefit in tho estate
II 10 MAftr Daniels Administratrix
Ouoap rtatoo for a Winter Trip.
Via tho Santa Fe route to Tuxus
New Mexico Arizona California Utah
aud Old Mexico are offered by the
Tickets now on sale good qntll Jqno
1st. with sulllclont transit limit in
each direction to enable passengers
to stop oir at all points en roulo. List
of destinations Include Corpus Christl
Kl Paso Galveston Houston Lam-
parsss Kockport San Antonio City
of Mexico Monte y Phoenix. Press
Springs Grand Canon of Colorado
Los Angeles. San Diego San Fran-
cisco Salt hake nnd Portland.
Now Mozico Is noted as having ono
of tho moat equable climates In the
world; sudden changes being almost
wholly unknown. It is a most desira-
ble place either for tho business man
pleasure seeker or llio Invalid while
It Is tl0 haven for the emigrant. No
portion ! tho United States car) com-
pare with tho fertile valleys of Its
rivers and the production of the field
the markot garden the orchard and
For full particulars regarding tle
country rales stop-overs etc. etc.
call on or address nearest Santa Fe
ac"tt or Geo T. Nicholson G. P. & T.
A. iindW J. Black A. G. P. T. A.
0. K." MARKET
J. A. ULEN Proprietor
Meat and Ice.
Dry and Salt Meats
Of EVery Description.
K!'i'5 Vinita i. t.
lias just received a new and
largo Invoice of
Dry Goods Boots
Shoes Mats &
'Which in addition to what
he already had upon the
(helves gives bimoneoftho
most complete stocks of
goods in the Cherokee Nation
Prices Low Down
goods tor Hldes."
P. G. BROWNING
r-fr-ri HAS rSrvr
FAIRLAND I. T.
Supplied with complete
.'. .SCI.UDIK9 .
Lumber Sash Doors
Cement Lime Hair.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Can Save money for any
man in the Indian Territory
who intends building a
J a ft v
Patronize the Photog-
rapher that is reliable
prompt and makes the
finest finished nhotor
Sraphs made in the In-
ian Territory. Blf
W. II Kornegay. J. S. Oareoiort
Attornt-ya-ftt-Law aud Oolleclloa
VINITA. I T
. ... lt"i IJla Territory an J th oosuts 4
tha tUaroi.n miklon. CIk!IomIooh1 sMst
In all lisrlsoftha iniaakAd uilu .-i u.
Xlritailltlat Dl !! f tk UCU Twtiiw
m wtseay cmtm siisUr.
J- - s-sa LL
do you like
. Mfcirl .i-M
IGIIT hero linger a moment. By all means then
call and see
nnd nsk lo sco their fall and winter styes of
" They consist of many new and elegant
fabrics designed by the manufacturers
with tho idea of adorning tho person
and ut tho snmo time furnish tho
wearer with a fine looking well filling
and durablo garment.
It is not necessary we think to enumerate
tho many arliclos which wo havo hut
When we say Indies nnd Gentlemen's
wear it means all it implies. Pay at-
tention to this fact:
We buy the Best
and sell the Cheapest.
Is applicable to tho Shoes which wo
sell. Mndo by manufacturers whoso
very name is a guarantee they fit well
look wpll and wear well.
It pnysto buy
! Wo soil tho ;
JL. BLSVIUS & GO.
Keep a General Stock of Goods
Dry Goods Groceries Boots Shoes Hats
Also a Full Assortment of
A Lumber Yard!
In connection fully supplied with all
CL E. G-AJEtElT&OJSr
Cooking & Heating1 Stoves.
CHARTER OAK Stoves Lead Them All.
HARDWARE AND FARMING
IMPLEMENTS of overy descript-
ion from a shingle nail to a reaper.
Saddles Harness and
Vinita Indian Territory
A Car of Stoves!
Have just been
Come and See the Stock
look so Neat"
PDnPCDICO fresh and clean new
UnUUtnlto and largo stock. Wo
h audio Flour iMcal Dran and Mill-
fltufT.it wholesale and retail.
Skinner & Ratcliff
Vinita Ind. Ter.
the largest and best
of . .
HIS FURNITURE Is tho finest
over brought to Adair. . .
BARB WIRE sold so cheap that
you cannot help buying. . .
Collars Now on Hand.
it is Complete
i ixmoaoo. x
PHYSICIAN it SUMO);'
Afton Indian Tmi.
Office flrsC door north ot ADm M44
DOSS A WUJYMKAII
PHYSICIANS nnd SUHOWWi!
Clahimors Jd. Tm.
Visits made both in town sort
try day or Hlht.
J70KT3KK A MA8HT
PIIYSIOIANH & SURGEONS
VINITA 0. M.
Odico In new Patton bulldlitx
. . i .
R. A. M. OLIMKSOAIsJM
PHYSICIAN and BUR.iEON
VINITA. I. T T
Onlceniiilalraln naymond building. Heat
dence between the two ehnrohea at t Br.
files ana other Rectal troubles aapeclltr
jyj P.UAYNES 8!tf
PUYSICIAN & SUltGKON.
Vinita - I. T.
Onlls promptly attended toafgkl
Vv. WIMBR jail 36 9K
The Eyo Ear Catarrh and Thret
Specialist. Ten day; treat-
' ment freo.
Offico ovor poatofllco Vinita I. T.
UNITED STATED COXXISSieMER.
FinsT Division Ind. Tek.
Vinita Ind. Tor.
Said Commissioner'! Jurisdiction extrnda
'l'o'r occupied by the Indian trlbea
In the Quapaw Indian agency anil all that
part orthe Ctierokee conntryaaitof tbe Dior-
ty ililh meridian and all the creek eor.uirj.
la ex -offlclo notary pnblloi taaet depoillloai.
acknowle-lgment ol deeds mortgagee etc.
Solemnizes marrlsrssi his all th. powera of
commissioners or circuit eonrt In criminal cm-
eat Jurisdiction to Ibe amount ofSloo la elell
cases Court field at Vinita Ind. Ter. a
oven dally except Snndaya. Altoaadeatr
clerk Issues marriage licenses.
Also Uomndssloner nr ihufVinrtnf rliln.
for tbe Indian Terrltorr.
Cuahlih II. &f linn.
United States CommlMloaeT.
First DUItoa Ind Ter.
r li. HEM'
Vinita I. T.
Practice in circuit and district courts
of Delaware and OoowcescooweD aad
supreme court of Qberokee nation.
JONATHAX OORE and F.M. SMITH
Attornejs-At-Law Ueaeral Ct)lleetl
- 0BI I'0IH Ageau.
ill practico in tho U. S. Court.
Vinita - - Isd.Tm.
Jonathan Uore la also U 8 Commissioner and
Commissioner of Deeds for lhaetateaof Kan-
sas Missouri. Arkartu and Texaa. o-i;
Oeo. Vf. Itenga.
TEN3E is SHELTON
ATTORNEYS-AT-L aw .
TAIILEQ.UAII . INB. ter.
Will practice in courts or the Ohero-
keo Hatlon. 10-38 if.
o. y. I'iioo.
p.VSC0 1IARKLSOX & ED JUST OS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
MUSKOGEE - . . - UfD.THR.
trill practice n tha U. 8. Coarta or tne
Indian Territory and tha rrderat oeart ol
A 4s-page book free. Address
W. T. ITZ O ERALD. Atfy-at-Law
Cor. StU and F Sta. WuVlaf ta B. C.
RESTORE YWR EYESHOT
4CUtucU icfcrc or fltea oafcditMittf mu
pralrBa nerrn retoresjtrli
wnn reaunrtarliat mo fcawb
r riitt vuwat v-j9
uuBauni tB-TiaB mar r
oar none crestneni
dred. coavlBceti C
our bomo treatment "wai
i. w n
tar IEvsm.1 m
Patronize Home Industry !
Trees Vines Shrubbery
Those wishing to plant this fall
should placo their orders now so as
to insure early attention at dig-
ging time. Write for pric list.
Vinita NHrstry Ci.t
Vinita I. T.
Davis Apple Trees a
From Kansas City to
Chicle Oraiki Xwk
St. Jfisifrt) Dw
Pullmart Palaca Wptnt Car.
Prea Rsollnln Clmlr Cr
Only Ono Chanru uf Cars j
TIm AtlMtie w PMHte Oms
Nabratka Colorado " 0
Th Black Mills.
AND MX rMWNT
IHMrm. IAJT mi WUT.
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