The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 24, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 15, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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Wol4 with smy but tlmtthe nystom
htiiyr ueel demising in to bring; comfort
hcnio to their hearts n o costive conaillonU
rosily cured by tulni Hyrnn of FIr. Mnnu-
foeUirod by Jio California Fig Byrup Co
ntonn's-"InentB tclpffrnjih boy with a
noto tlmt required ntt nuawcr thrco hours
nco I wondor what lm bocdmo of him"
tilnbtis "A rase of kidnapping I tlaro say."
- lliiliidclpliii Ledger.
i i i
Aro ii prodnct of bad digestion. Yottrdya-
peptlo Is almost Invariably n cros-pntch.
uTiowaytorenow cheerfulness of disposi-
tion bud on cquabia temper soured by Indi-
gestion Is to toko it courso of llostcttcr's
Btomach Hitters which not only banishes
flyspepslo but also rel loves biliousness con
stlratlon chills and fever rheumatism and
kidney trouble. Uso it with persistence
Tub Diutcrrn Oxk "Jack I don't know
v hut to do. Ilcrooron lot of bills nnd I
haven't cot n cent Can't you snegest some
vny tornlsethowlnd:" Jack "How would
a draft dot" rrinccton Tiger.
Vi.r. isavt Wiolesome Speedy for coughs
Is Halo's Honey of Uorchound nnd Tar.
i'lko'sToothacho Drops Curoln ono minute
"The forelirn Imsband Is tho absorbing;
Ideal" said tins American nillllonalre ns ho
wrote the wedding check. Cleveland Main
Tnit Irritation which Induces coughing
Immediately rcllovcd by uso of '".DroiroM
Urouchtal 2 rocAM. " Hold only in boxes.
Umnos "Wliatnecvcro cold yo.tr land
lady has." UrlgRS "Yes. Bho sat In my
room for an hour yesterday." N. Y. Lcr-
old. Ur sens to rend ndrortlscmont of riant
fiecd Co. an old rellablo Arm
A STitr.ET car conductor knows what tho
wild wnvos nro saying when ho sees n worn
tin wnva her parasol. Ulnghamton Hcpub-
llcan. Iter. O. It. 1'otrer
Symptoms of Gancer
Appeared on my lip. Disagreeable eruptions
camo on my cede. After taking four bottles of
IIooU's Sarsaparilla all tho traces of disease
have disappeared and the medicine has given
me renewed vigor and strength. I am now al-
most 73 years of ago and I work like a
User. And I know that Hood's Saraaparilla
has had much to do Tilth my vigor and strength.
I recommended It to my wife who had suffered
so much with rbeumatlo troubles as also with
feraals weakness. In two years sho has used
obout three bottles of Hood's Sirsaparllla and
Uwlay and for the last six months sho seems
like a new bcimf " Ret O. H. Powrn. S9!4
Hanover street Chicago 111.
Hood's Pllla aro the best after-dinner
Fills assist digestion cure headache. 25c
For Farmers. Miners.
R. R. Hands and others.
..Tho outer Up tola eitrnOi ths wholt Isnitb of
the olo down 10 th liel rrotrctlog ttaaibtnklo
dltchtnr. affm and i-ilirr work. It quilttf
Ikrouskoct. ASC lOUUDULKUntlllim
The QrcatC5t fled leal Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNED cf ROXBURY MASS.
Has discovered In one of our commori
nsture weeds a remedy that cures every
dnd of Humor from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
lie has tried it In over eleven hundred
cases and never failed except In two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of Its value all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit Is always experienced from the
first bottle and a perfect cure is warranted
yhen the right quantity Is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
hooting pains like needles passlnc
through them; the same w.th the Liver or
Bowels. This Is caused by the ducts It-
lng stopped and always disappears in a
week after taking It. Read the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious It will
cense squeamish feelings at first.
No ch ange of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get and enough of it.
Dose one tabiespoonful in water at bed'
time. Sold by all Druggists.
IF you want the real
De Long Patent
Hooks and Eyes say to
TrU-Uu (. i )
Rlchardioa k Ds Long
A COMPLETE CATAUKRJE
IJK4 VmMIm n(t th t ! of uwrll
IMf A Hr4 . ST. JJl't MM.
W Cream Balm
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Mf Hall II lip MftriW !!
STABLINQ THE COWS.
Kxtrncts frosn nn tr ItMently Itrmlb
How to keep cows t'enn In tho
itttiblo lins been on unsolved problem.
Drops stanchions of various kinds and
a vnrloty ot stalls linre one nnd nil
proved tliemsolves useless In this respect-
Latterly however 1 hrtro been
using a rnck and floor which seem per-
fect With Watts I onn sny:
"Ttits Is tho wsy I lonff have douf.tit:
And mourned becsnae I found It not"
In plnco ot tho mnn'rer is a rack for
hny slnnttnff towards tho cow nt tin
tingle of forty-flvo degrees. The other
cldo of tho rack Is boarded up four
feet high. Into this all the conrso
fodder is thrown. Tho cut and ground
feed Is given tho nntmal In a strong
box placed tinder Hits rack as shown
In the cut. The cow Is held by n halter
to which is snapped a rope. This Is
tied to a ring in tho rack and gives her
perfect liberty of hiotlon so she can
rubor lick herself at pleasure. Tho
floor ttnllko most modern floors many
ot which damage dairy cows (s planked
level. Ah the cow stands feeding at
tho rack a two by three Inch Mantling
is laid down just forward ot her hind
feet and spiked firmly lletwcen this
scnntling and the rack a little dry bed-
ding is placed. The cow In lying down
soon learns to stop forward and not Ho
across the scantling but occupy only
the dry clean and comfortable portion
of the floor. When she rises the slop-
ing rack forces her to step back and
there the manure is dropped. The bed-
ding Inside the scantling will remain
dry until ground to powder.
The bottom of tho rack is twenty-six
Inches from the floor nnd Its top
twenty-six Inches from the partition.
Tho latter Is frequently criticised be-
ennse it prevents visitors from passing
along nnd looking at tho faces of the
stock; but the cows seem satisfied. Our
stables aro too frequently made for the
comfort of raun Instead of beast. This
stable is preeminently adapted to tho
comfort of tho cow. I used two snaps
on the ropes which fasten my cows. In
this way if one gets loose the other Is
sure to hold her.
TltVjr Ar Jatt An Good Thote Iloucht
It takes but a little time to nail to-
gether several bushel or half buchcl
measures. Tho former are more con-
venient. A Btandartl bushel contains
21J0 2-5 cubic lnchct hence a box
eleven and one-llfth Inches wide eight
inches high and twenty-four inches
long insido measurement contains one
bushel. The bottom should be on the
Insido and firmly nailed In place as
shown in the engraving from a sketch
b) & Harrington. Cleats a. one inch
bquare should be nailed across each
end two inches from the top. The
bides should be of half-Inch clear stuff
the bottom of the same and the ends
ot inch stuff. All tho boards should be
planed upon both sides. The box
will cost about fifteen cents' and
materials for several arc obtained
at one time. They will be found
almost as convenient to handle
as a baskot and if there are several
they will prove convenient to hold up-
IIOUKUADR J1U81IKI ilEASURE.
pies or other fruit or vegetables and
to set away full in the cellar until the
contents are needed. A half-bushel
roensure should of course be one-half
the length. Smaller measures are as
readily made but would not need the
end cleats. American Agriculturist
A Mne Trimmer Which rounin a Mreat
The illustration is of a homemade
implement useful about the garden.
It Is mode from a single-blade chop-
ping knife such as is used in the kitchen
for cutting slaw meat for hash mince-
A vt. m: tiiiuheil
meat eta by removing the handle
and in lu place putting a Irroora or old
hoe handle. With it the 'pcrator can
whilo standing erect easily and rapid-
ly trim strawberry vines. In the gar-
den it Is just as useful for cutting off
tho ends of cucumbers and watermel-
ons Inclined to run whero not wanted.
Orange Judd Farmer.
Jlovr to Sot a Cherry Tree.
Professor liudd of the Iowa experi-
mental station says that a cherry or
chard does best when planted thickly
In rows running north and touth and
giving a wider space between tho rows
to admit the sun it.d allow free circula-
tion of air. Orchards where tho rows
were twenty-four feet apart and the
trees ten feet apart in the rows liavo
done bolter than those planted in tho
usual way. lie also thlnkB root graft-
ing of the cherry Is better than bud-
ding setting them In the ground to
top bud of tho scion which enables
roots to be thrown put directly from
Hrfinllue J'oultrr IUt.
It is a very foolish error to suppose
that fine fowls are more susceptible to
disease than the common dunghill. On
the contrary a well-bred flock of thor-
oughbred chicken are lei liable to
contract diiease from the fact that
good breeding has established In them
strong ooBtltutlonB and powers of en-
durance while promiscuous crossing
and recrosftlng'of dunghill has vreak
end tbeta characteristics. Tho great
pise and extra egg productiveness of
tho thoraugburtd- U the remit of years
of Judicious brr jdlnjr from iho -very
ORIGIN OF DANCES
Prune t'rolnreit the WslU TliottRh GeV
timnr llm Atwoy Clslnirct It. t
Tho "contrednnso" is nothing moro
nor loss than tho old Kngllsh cotirttry
dnric6 which was Imported Into Franco
nt tho epoch of tho regency during Iho
minority of houls XV. It is true that
tho French wlillo they admit the Im-
portation of this da.ve from perfidious
Albion maintain that it was brought
Into England shortly after tho Normnn
conquest nnd that it rapidly spread
from our shores to Italy to Oermnny
nnd oven to Ilollnnd the last assortlon
being demonstrated bv tho fact that a
Collection ot Dutch country dances'
was published at Amsterdam In 1089.
Tho lively Onul when ho did ndopt the
dance proceeded to elaborate and re-
fine It dividing it Into four special
figures called respectively tho ''panta-
lon." "l'Kte" the "pottle" the "pastor-
olio" or "trcnltj!" and tha "ilnale"
which sometimes took the form ot a
Tho "Lancers" again Is unquestion-
ably a Ilritlsh danco of comparatively
modern invention nnd was not intro-
duced into Franco until lato In tho
reign of Louis Philippe nt which period
our Kngllsh "lancers" had temporarily
fallen into desuotttdot but this most
charming item in tho codo ot Terpsich-
ore hns within recent years regained
Its former popularity in its native lnnd.
The gavotte on the other hand Is'
purely n i rench dance and takes its
namo from n district called the "Pays
tics Oavotcs" near Gap in l'rovunce.
Ono hundred nnd twenty years ago the
gavotto was only danced In theatrical
ballets in France nnd by cltoregraphio
artists of tho highest standing. It pre-
sented many points of resemblance to
tho minuet or "menttet" being n slid-
ing slow-posturing figure full of state-
llncss but just a little stiff and "stand-
offish" in movement In fact It was
known among French connoisseurs ns
tho dignified but somewhat too cere-
monious daughter of tho qucen-llko
minuet which owed its name of "men-
uet de la cour" to tho fascinatingly
graceful manner in which it was exe-
cuted by tho young Queen Mario An-
toinette. That unfortunato sovereign
made the gavotto fashionnblo in French
society where oddly enough it had
for u timo a formidable rival In a danco
entitled "La Cosaque." All these
pretty nnd nmlnula varieties of tho
poetry of motion were destined to bo
swept into temporary ruin and oblivion
by tho atrocious "Carmagnole" tho
bloodthirsty saraband of tho furies ot
It will thus be obvious that although
tho Germans are passionately fond of
dancing nnd In many cases nre mora
accomplished experts on tho light fan-
tastic too than tho French they can
scarcely lay claim to having invented
nny dance of exceptional beauty or In-
genuity or ot universal acceptance.
This statement will naturally be im-
mediately traversed by sympathizers of
tho Fatherland who will not all to al-
lege that tho very word "waltz" Is nn
abbreviation of the German "walzcd"
from "walzen" to roll akin to our
"welter." It may at once bo admitted
that the waltz has long been a t ational
danco in Germany and it is said on
very doubtful authority to havo origi-
nated in Iloheraia and to have thence
been brought into tho Fatherland;
still on tho other hand there exists a
great body of evidence to show that It
Is neither a Teutonic nor a Czech dance
and that In the twelfth contury it was
familiarly known in the south ot
France under the namo of "volta" lit-
erally signifying In the provincial dia-
lect what wo should vulgarly term a
"wheel-about" or "mcrry-go-round."
The "volta" was danced to vocal music
tho songs sung while tho couples
gyrated being called "balladas." In
therclgnotLouisVII.it was brought
into Paris and It remained a favorite
until 'ate In tho sixteenth century. It
was then taken up by tho Germans
who by a happy coincidence found
that their tongue contained in tho
word 'Avalzer" a term which could at
once be made convertible with the pro-
vincial "volta." The enormous popu-
larity of tho waltz boyond tho Ithlne
was probably duo to the circumstance
of tho Germans being not only a mu-
sical people but more learnedly and
mathematically musical than any other
nation. London Telegraph.
One on the Tttllor.
Jones I havo just ordered three new
Smith You don't say so! Are you
in such n flourishing condition finan-
cially that you can afford it?
Jones Of course I can't afford It; but
my tailor can. Texas Sittings.
Queen Elizabeth was annoyed by a
red nose. Her attendants wcro accus
tomed to powder it every few minutes
to keep It presentable.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITV. Feb. It
CATTLK-Dest Uteres 1 O 4 Si
Stockerj ZOO (2 3 30
Ksllve cows. ISl Q.ZS
HOOS-Oood to cholc heavy.. lt O 6 Ii
WHEAT No. S red KtiQ U
No. 2 hard 49 Q 49
COHN-NaS mixed 3)!ia Hii
UATS-.Na : muea zr H Z7t
IIYK-NO. 3 43!Sa 41
1'LOUIt-Patcot. per siclt I 41 tt!W
Fancr IW 0 2H
HAV-Cholce Timothy ... S 61 it. 9 01
Kaocr pralrlo M Q(U
DUTTEIt Choice cream-r... II it a
CHKESK-Fullcreim 10 10)f
r.ui. s-cnoice ii'icfi i:
POTATOES 4) a SI
CATTLE-Nstlre and (hipping 3 ) a 4 31
Texan IM e 3 21
MOas-IIeavr 4 to & SO
MIEKP Fair to choice 30j 4 3 71
FLOUK-Cholce 5 51 it t
WHEAT -No. S red SIKO SIX
COKN-Nn.8 mixed KKjil KJi
OATS-No. 1 mixed at ffl 2-H
HYK-Na ! 4 a (l'i
UUTTKK-ureamerr a il
I.AIiO Western steam 7 a ft 7 3J
POItK IZ0) aisei'i
C ATI LK Common tn prime.. 4 00 Ci 4 30
IlOOS-Packlngandshlpplnz.. 4 00 S HI
8HEKP Fair to choice !M (till
VlJOU-t Winter wht 3 S 3 h)
WHEAT No. red M t M'
fOIlN-NO. S 3l) 31
OATS-No S HH4 w
ItVE 4t a 41
IIUTTKH-Creainery zl & S6
I.AItrt 7 3J OT I)
poitK ism aiia
CATTLE Natlvs firett 4 00 fc 4
HOOS-Oood to cholre 601 il
PLOllt-Uood to cholco SI! O 3 9)
WIlEAT-NaSred. M5 61
''OKV-Na!! 4lf3 4!
OATS -Wratern mixed .. . 3S!t 7
II UTTER Creanurr .. II W
pmtlC-Meat HOi OH 21
rVirii-i (Virtue In 1 5ts stag completely eradicated
LtOniagIOU5 byS.S.S. Obtlnate sores and ulcers
Rlnrarl yield to
For generations! I has been tho cus-
'torn to mix tito batter lor mtcKwncat
cakes with yeast ot1 emptyings rotalti
Ing-n portion of tho batter loft over
from ono morning to ralso tho cakes
for tho followingday.
If kept too warm or not used prompt-
ly this batter becomes oxcesslvely sour
olid objectionable. Duckwhcat cakes
raised by this means nro moro often
sour or heavy than light and sweet. If
eaten dally they distress tho Btomach
and cnuso skin eruptions and itching.
Instead of tho old-fashioned way we
havo been making buckwheat cakes
this winter with Iloynl llaklng Powder
mixing tho batter fresh dally nnd find
tho result wonderfully satisfactory.
They nro uniformly light nnd swcot
tnoro palatablo and wholosomo and
can. bo eaten continuously without tho
slightest digcstlro inconvenienco. Do-
sides they aro mixed nnd baked in a
moment requiring no tlmo to. rlso.
Following is tho rccilpt used:
Two cups of pnro buckwheat flour
(not "prepared" or mixed)) ono cup ot
wheat flour two tablespoons of iloynl
llaklng Powder and one-half teaspoon
ful of salt all sifted well together.
Mix with milk into a thin batter and
bako at once on a hot griddle. Onco
properly tested from this receipt no
other buckwheat will find Its way to
your table. Domestic Cookery.
When Thrr ttarape from Any (It-cat Dan.
KerTher Itrgartl It Mrralrits I.ntk.
If thcro is ono thing that a railroad
employe believes In moro than nnother
It is luck. No matter how clearly a
practical man may analyzo a certain
odd occurrence thoy will dubiously
ulnko their heads and contend that it
was a caso ot luck good or bad pura
and simple. For Instance if ono of
their number had been ordered out on
a certain train and through sickness
had failed to report and tho mnn tak
ing his place had been killed thoy
will ono and all emphatically declare
it was a caso ot lucky sickness lor tho
man that was compel'cd to remain at
homo. They fail to sco tho fact that
the substitute proved negligent in his
duty and had tho regular mnn been In
his placo It was a hundred to ono chnnco
that the accident would not havo oc-
curred. It Is however an undeniable fact
that thcro aro moro strango and weird
occurrences taking placo dally in tho
railroad service than in nny other
branch ot cmploym - Tho ponder
ous rolling stock uie swift flight
through tho country over spider-like
bridges under the earth in long dis-
mal tunnels and in weather varying
from tho pleasant to tho most trying
all tend In the direction of beliefs al-
most supernatural. Then again train
scrvico is not tho kind that calls so
much for brain as physical equipment
Tho clement of chanco docs to a cer-
tain extent enter into tho cvery-dny
servlco ot trainmen and that they
should bo superstitious is only follow-
ing natural lines.
It Is occurrences like the following
tho details of which come from Hazel-
ton l'n. that lends a color of substance
to a trainman's belief in luck. When
coming into tho yard nt Wcthcrly a
small station near Hazelton with his
train. Conductor John Mcllugh told
ono of tho brakcracn to cut tho caboose
loose at tho lower end of the siding nnd
let the engine take tho train to n point
near the western end. Mcllugh had
then been on the read for twenty hours
and his eyes wcro heavy for luck of
sleep. As ordered the brakeman a few
minutes later pulled tho pin holding
the caboose and supposing that the
conductor would tnko caro ot the ca-
boose continued up the track with tho
cars. He noticed later however that
the caboose had run out on the main
line again und that Mcllugh had not
appeared on the platform. The road
at that point is marked by n grado
which drops fifty feet to tho mile and
to catch the caboose was impossible.
Taking in the situation tho trainman
hastened to tho telegraph office and
messages wcro sent to tho differ-
ent offices below to cltlict side-
track or derail tho runaway
caboose. It was not known
whether the conductor was on it or
not. The operator at 111 nek creek re-
ported tho car by his station and tho
man at Pen Haven was barely notified
when the runaway shot by tho window
ot his station. Down tho mountain
side tho car rushed with tho rapldityof
lightning whilo within It sat Con-
ductor Mcllugh asleep and oblivious to
the danger his nap was incurring. For-
tunately there was no west-bound
trains started out from Packing ton
and the Immense distance allowed time
for the operator to set fho switches and
run the car up tho safety trade Other
trainmen wero distributed along the
graded track and as tho speed of the
runaway caboose decreased as it
climbed tho hillside ono of them was
enabled to board it and apply the break
before it reached tho obstruction at the
When they did so Mcllugh was
found on the bench sitting bolt up-
right and sound asleep. When aroused
and told of the perilous rido he had
had ho refuse I to believe It and only
after looking In vain for his train did
he come to a sense of the situation.
There wero a hundred and one chance
for that car to either jump the track
or crash into another train and kill
tho sleeping Mcllugh but ho can cer-
tainly be classed with tho ones born
under a lucky star. N. V. World.
Parapliratlnc Hta Itrmark.
Miss Flypp Oh Miss Klder! I).i you
know that Mr. Stllllngflcct thinks you
are as pretty as a picture?
Miss Elder (greatly pleased) Oh
come now! lie didn't say anything of
Miss Fiypp Well he didn't use just
those words but I gathered that to be
Miss Elder lint tell mo exactly what
Miss Flypp He said you reminded
him of n chroma Judge.
0T. JACOBS OIL 5S5T
0 PAINS AND ACHES.
Its healing powers. It removes
the poison ami builds up the system.
vtliubU TnftMu on "The Dlseat sad Itl
Trntmeat" Dial 14 fn
SWIFT SWCIFJC CO. Atlanta Ca.
EVERYTHINCI IS DAMBOO.
A I.t Visit tit the Jnvnitein Village nt
Nearly everything tho Jnvnneso uso
it mado either ot bamboo poles or palm
leaves tho walls and floors of their
houses nro of split bnmboo woven Into
n baskctwork tho frames aro ot bam-
boo poles nnd the roots of palm-leaf
The children's toya wagons drums
nnd tops nnd tho rttdo musical Instru-
ments used by tho common people nre
all ot bamboo.
Whon tho iron elcctrio light poles
wcro put up on their strcots tho Jav-
anese looked upon them with disgust.
Hut tho very next day not ono ot tho
poles was to bo seen. Tito bright llttlo
people had spent tho whole night
thntchlng them from top to bottom
with tho black fibrous shonth ot tho
palm leaf and capped them oft with llt-
tlo conical thatch hoods.
On tho night when I last saw my llt-
tlo neighbors before tho great Dream
City vanished there was n cold wind
blowing from tho lake.
It was uncomfortable on tho wldo
porticos and wo wnlkcd down a grent
sLcot to whero an old and wily Turk
sold a kind of oriental panenko that
ho Insisted was always "hot! hott hotl"
although they wero very often cold
Tho llttlo Jnvnneso men nnd women
wero very fdnd of tho old Turk's cakes;
and thcro wo sat down a Lapland fam-
ily on our right on our loft n pair ot
glnnt Samonns whilo tho old Turk
tossed hot pancakes from tho flroto Ids
Tho great dipper was swinging high
nbova tho north star when wo dis-
persed and wo saw ono another no
more from that time; for tho days of
tho most beautiful and short-lived city
in the world wcro ended nnd now our
neighbors have vanished to tho lands
of tho midnight sun nnd tho waters
under the Southern Cross. W. A. Itog-
ers In St. Nicholas.
nnrlr Corn Over Ono root Lone nl
Salzcr Illustrates In a colored plate a
new early corn n giant of its kind and
offers $300 in gold for tholargcst car in
1801. In addition to this early Olac4
corn which yielded in 1803 110 bushels
per acre ho has over twenty other pro-
lific field corns. He hns tho best fodder
corn In tho world llo is tho largest grow-
er of farm seeds oats barley wheat
millet potatoes etc. In America. Fifty
binds of grasses and clovers.
Ir YOU WILL CUT THIS OUT AND8EXD IT
with 15c to tho John A. Salrcr Seed Co.
La Crosse Wis. you will receive n
largo package of abovo Giant corn and
his mammoth catalogue. k
Fiiht Dr.M.n "Tin n both Hcrr Schttlro
and Hcrr I-chmnnn I ad mado her an otter
of marrlniro which was tho lucky manT"
Bocojid Ditto "Hcrr Hehiilto-llcrr Lcb-
monn married her." Obcrlaudcr Dote
CALironxiA pouMses a dellghttut winter
climate. Aim at evrrr dar Is balmy and full
ofsunxhlno. To llvj laauch alra ftw monttii
may save you a biff doctor'a btlt 1 1 doacn'l coil
much to try Tha Sasta Fe IIouie will carry
you to Los Angelet. Slin Diego or San Fran
Cisco any day on fait vcit'buled express train
in Pullman or tourist aleeper without change
of cars Ths Journey Is through New Mexico
and Arizona where hoary snowfalls rarely
come. It Is short quick and comfortable
atralgbt acrois. not roundabout. Oace a week
personally-conducted excursions aro run to
I'acinc Coast In tourist slerpers Competent
porters and agents In charge. Second-class
tickets honored and good care taken of ladle
and children without es-ort. Very cheap rates
for rno way or muni trip now In effecL Writ
to O tonus W. llAaxxnucit P. & T. A. Santa
Fsltoute N. K. Cor Dthand Main Streets or
13i) Union Avenue. Kansas Cliy Ma for copr
of California axcurslon leaflst and a handstm-lr
Illustrated book entitled "To California anJ
Eanta Fe Itoute.
Jillsox says that In this era of hotels and
boarding houses a wedding ring isn't as
much of a homo circle as It used to be.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for
any caso of Catarrh that caauot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
V. J. CiiESitr & Co. Props Toledo O.
Wo tho undemlttned havo known K. J.
Cheney for tbo last 1.1 years and hellcro
him (icrfoctly honontblo In nil business
transactions and financially able to curry
out any oblisratlon mado by their firm.
West & Truax Wholesulo DniRjrists To-
ledo O. Waldlng Klnnnn G. " Tvln
Wholesalo Drutrfrl'ts Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken In ..Hy
acting directly on tho blood anil mix ous
surf noes of tho system. Prk e " jxr hot-
tlo. Hold hy all Dnunrlsts. Testimonials free.
UolPs Family Pills av.
Claiiictti! "Whataroyoupointrto glvo
me. papa when I get married r" Harpagon
-"ily consent Cluirctto." La Laouctto.
lr Industry I no moro thun a habit It is
at least nn excellent ono.
A crxtc Is sugar turned to vinegar.
Young Men's Era.
IIetteii not bent nil than not bo noble
THROW IT AWAY.
ftjtj& There's no lonjr-
Mfi'tT any need ot
Si chaflnir Trurant.
which giro only partial relief
at licst never cure but often
Inflict irrcat Injury inducing
HERNIA I.M nS
matter ot ho lona; standing1
or of wlmt size la Dromnt V
and permanently cured without tbo knlfb
and without pain. Another
Triumph In Consarvativa Surgery
Is tho cure ot
snumjjii m w
s tho cure ot
ovarian j-inroia ana oioer
varieties without tho perils
or cutting; operations.
if rtitflnir nrwrntlnns.
T)TT.W rflTTMfiTia howover larRC.
xajjjj x uj.ua AiU I'iMula nnd other
diseases ot tbo lower bowel promptly cured
Wltunut nam or rceoir lo nig anno.
fifPniVn? In tho niadder no matter bow
O X VJ.1 1 larKc Is crushed pulverized
and washed out. thus avoiding cutting
cutting;. Abundant Itcfcrcnors and Parapt.
lets on abovn diseases sent sealed. In plain en
velope iu cu. sumps. wniiMm wi
BAflr MIDICAL ASS0CL
CIATtOif ItuQalo N. Y.
W.L. nODOLAH 93 Riion
equals custom work.cosilno; from
.4 10 30 vesc YBiue lor ine innncy
n tho iTorlJ. Name and prica
lumped on the bottom. I'crv
warraaicu. - ake no suutu-
'. Sea local nanera for full
description of our complete
lines lor jauics sua gen
tlemen or send lur
ImlraltJ C alalofut
dtrbrmill. Postage free. You can get tb best
bargains of dealers who push our shoes.
Fine Farming Land
I A Nil Phnilpt CoTwiiContlfl
ImTu 11 U WlllUDOIJ)ataIUliaiI.H.
Vsta Sala " MUow sixsrma to.
r Of SaiGa MS UwW. . uitfc
WUKX WHITIHOTll ATftTUCM 1UUM
UtatM isj MST f AfTSM fa) IWf
H Catnsunptlrea and paopla H
H Coniuoiptloa. It has ewreal H
Ikou.tiail.. libit not Injur-
H t on. Ills rot bid to lake.
fj Sold aTfrrhi. a.
Xt toeupjlaa; - spae tk4 MM
fc-tt folloninf; will U Utertesl a W.W
Mr twit. Th verdict ef ea !
fcufe r small hsnii ta Hut tt r9
V T. riWMMV
CUremora Ind Tr.
H Cither alto
3. n. r?AT.T..
Vlnlta Ind an Territory.
KKus-e on unrt sreei.
SVI renanl foreonvle-
tlnn or theft of thrss
Vlnlta I. T.
Oron off ths left ear
nnderblt In Tl(ht.
ltsnte north and ssll
Mont brandi O T
JTostomo Vlnitii Ind Tr.
Vraad s-a W STsMtv
Xae caaxh trif tt Us
and crtp aad aa4w
snarU M hraaii
Q. A. VILLIAMS
Coodjsliluir Intl. Ter.
corn urandfd A "
' " .Moulder on
Id X on hip. nsnge
kit. 3u erst k. sprISM
Tulsa luil. Ter.
sornt hare bar from
point ot right hip bona
to root of tall Crop and
under -bit lefti etop
Itante nn tlnmlnjr
ere.k 0ar iiatlnn
No e.tt'e tild aacept
rur alii mrnt
inch tt 0.1.
S. O. WILLS
Vlnlta InrlUn lerriiory.
on earn 1110 nonei
some h PTS1 on len
tlds Marklfid crop
rlsrht ainlswaiioir fork
Int rttffei.n While
Oik term miles smith
nest or Vlnlta tlOO
lewsrn for ennvletlnn
orth'fior tlds brand.
W. H. NODLES
Chouteau Ind. Ter.
Circle oank. either U r'f 'M
ildei O H sld or tararabbid
kip Cot TWoa ntcki y ou tlJt sa hlpi aemt
brsaatd v ot o on lrt 'side lloett brand O It
n ten shooldtr or thlf h. D.aaf e an thonttaa
tnd Pr;or crt.kt i-w
OEonas w. olark. '"
roitoffios VinlU Indian Territory'
Iraoeta ars 1
Itfi tar. tpul nt
r n. tatloii
Postofflco VinlU I. T.
aad tolti la tha
Bone ealtle n
ail crctk fol
Bilaa s e af VW
P. O. Vlnlta Ind. Ter.
Also soma Vraaded
Iuadrr slops tn
each earl ranft
uea west of Chalaaa.
T a. ALLE1T
iub ta stjtj
aer th mouUk
of Cow creek.
rvpoS ot rUM
Pryor Creek Ind. Ter.
Borne steers branded
stripe aeroea tha nose.
Cows branded LAD
Crop and split each ear
Range Bear Prior
nnpab 1 T
tween II I a-
J. T. U'feP'A&OkM.
lMiaM ai Ohslso Indlw Tar.
w. w. icillkST
vinits 1. t
n . itoaBRS.
Claremort Ind. Ter.
P. 0 VinlU Indka Trrllery
rwrop and spill
e i. M
in kip aad alia.
Uso some J ea
ft law B as
sa I tiVi
air beat eattla
Will pay M M reward far ontl.tlea aay aal
m st.aUaa- aa aalnsl ta IkU traad.
Chelsea I. T.
Strip serosa ta
Wsrkl Drop off Ike
rlskt. andsrslapa Is
ntnre fear (altss
wast of Chaise. IS-M
Four Mile I. T.
Rana en rev MB
X) mile southeast a
ute'ops Kan Mark
enllt la rlahl eae
norao brand Denier
beulder. No oattli
14 eiotpl for skip
Chelsea Ind. Ter.
Raagti Xertk )
J. K. ORUTOHFIBLD
Inola I. T.
Bom branded VI OS
left tldti others havi
SXS on rlrtit side
Lrii ear trnbbedi nn-
Idtrbll In llbt. Ilsnc;)
I ten miles sooth of Clan
0. P. WILLIAMS
Miami I. T.
Either Mp. nsnte
on I'nir Lreek and
tlatki Crop rltbl
S. H. MAYE3
I'rj or Creek I. T.
0 w at I o it
fork and ni-
uerblt In one
In the other.
All cattle are
branded 3 A
and notch un
Alto 7 heart
on lelt stile A
A lew branded J W E on side.
J. O. HOOAN
I'ryor Greek I. T.
Swallow fork and
nnderblt In rlrht ear.
nndertiope in leu
Ittnie on I'ryor
- E. B. FRAYSER
Vlnlta I. T.
on Ills; L'lhl'l
clerk J miles
Weitor 111 II t-
Jsckrt. Cattle of this
only for ship-
ment. 100 rewsrd
1 ' orami.
J. H. BARTLE3
Bartlesvillr 1. T.
Xi.erljr all hat rig-lit horn tipped
Oeerblt A ns
derblt In rlshti
iiml.rbll In th
ed) nn th left
Falrland Ind Ter.
sid alark eras
anil split la
slop In Itll
west or Bias-
Jacket Ind. Ter
W. P. RINOO
1 Nowftta I T.
Also EkJ oa
both nip. -
blt and nnd. r-
bit len 1 crop
and over bll
the cross P nn
HarLiSwallowfnrk and under-!(ni J"b-
bll lefti smooth crop lelt. ' k
Cam told only for shipment owala. febsl
JOHNSTONE & KEELER
Unrtlfsvlllo. I. T.
Hal on rlfht sldeisomi
SJShsie Ihe bar J
on rieni nut with-
out the cross Varl
onr old brands and ear
wait tide of Caneyrlr.
O. L. WA8HDODRNB
tr. underblt In right
llange Itnnnd Spring
rralrle 8 mile east of
Iln.A! ...... I ....
J HVII WW1TJ.
Ilnrsa brandi O on
Itftjsw and tblih
Soma catlla branded
on left hip.
ST. 1IKKMAX Chctofia Ksr.
t visits. II
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
targfit Hock lo ioathrrn Ksnis
WOOD and MBTALIO COFPINt
Hi Ifor shlp-
. TW Psaeat.
jwiwat. Illsf11i-aV RaateiT.
Chicago and Alton
Only Stono Ballasted Trackl
NO CHANCE OF OARS
Kansas City I Chicago
Kansas City 1 St. Louis
St. Louis and Chicago
Ho Extra thnrgo for raiiare
Palace Reclining Chair Cars
FAST VESTIDULED LIMITED TRAINS
Ask your own horn ticket "'
i.th.'rhleaeo A Alien railroad or write to
D. BOWES. Osn'l Western I 'assenger Afi.
JXfllJt iiiain.iu. ........ .----
Ticket Agent Lhlcai 0 HI.
Missouri Kansas & Toxas
II Iks direct lln Ihrongh Central Missouri.
Southeastern Kansas and th. Indian T.riltorJ
to Teiai. thtnee on t dsep water oa la
Wa.th.irit railroad w.r ";' f K
dlan Territory and was "' J" JJ
border Into -letas and pnih on through thj
Ihrlt Ing towns or the state to salt water. Th
KATY la alwajs tha first to get out or ths old
rat. 'and lmproe Its facilities for handlln;
passengers and freight. As Ibeearlr '"
fnofed from old log esblni lo the more eom-
fortablmodernled houses so nil in pi ATT.
advanced and noted her passsngera out ol
"Wngnor rlaoe 01ojin Oaar
Finest sleeping car serf lee tn the world.
Another d.ene Is the Introduction of th
AahlllCA.-t IxrilH CH1SP1M to do the ej-
press buslnrtt or this rompsnr fh?J"
express company coeers lints friim th AH an-
il 10 th Oulr.aad nons stands blght tbs IU
THE KATY REACHES
From Hsnnlbal. aboe St. Louis and Kknsaa
City lo Houston. Tis. Hi hesd or lid
water oter Its own rails and pastes throng
Deaden Skermsa Dallas Ft. Worth
ntiskstehle.llllltbora Wsr. Tempi.
Histrtp lorkhsrt.Ksa Jlsrces.L
Grsage UeatUa aad Oalrssta
ant through QAXT A1TTOITIO
sleepers to 1 '
And affords comforts and eoneenliaeee lolte
patrons uneqnaled by ny other 8ooihw.it. r
Llm. Any persons wishing lo iltlt
st. Lot-in rnicino kashas citt n mirui
ortbeprodnctle plslm and prairies of Mil-
gOl'UI KtKSlt AXDTIIRIilDUXTXUUITOttr
should by all meant take the
XioouxiXCxsa iaToaran Xly
As II Is the mostdltret.hest eqnlpped and raaa
THROUCH WAONER SLEEPEHStoall
aboee uolutt rtiiiiuUT I'ltsana where direct
connection It made In Union Depots for all
points North F.sst and West.
Froo Rocllnlng Chair Cars
On all through trains Tor further Inform.
Hon as 10 rates routes maps tlmo tsole
sleeping car resereatlons etc call on or ad-
dress your nesrest ticket agent or
(JenM Ticket Agt
Gen'l Vast ft Tlrkel
Agt. M K AT. U't
Bj stem SI. Louis llo.
Oolld ThrouRh Train
rrom Kansas City o GhlcagOi
Si. Joseph Denver
St. Paul and K.inneapolls
... . WITH
Veetlbuled lirawlng Itoora Sleeping Caea.
Ilecllnlng (hair Care (Heate rr).
Throueli SIplntT Cra From
TEXAS POINTS via HANNIBAL f
VU Missouri Kansae U Tesa Railway aa
Chicago Uurlington k Qntocy It B.
Only Ona Chngo of Oar to
-vTHE ATLANTIC COAST--
AND eAOTERH POINTS.
4 Train Dally Betneen AT. LOUIS. ST. M
PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. L
6lcplnCar St. Louis to Omaha.
O. O. IVE5 II. C. ORR
Qen. Tasa. ft TVt A'gt Aas. den. Pit. A'rt
ST. LOUIS MO. KAN. CITY MO
SK8AT IIIIUUII UUU10
KANSAS OITY ft
Omaha Pueblo & Denver.
fallaii Xat Sluplnr 0n til Tt
wOLININO OHAIS OARS
T. LOUIS AND WICHITA.
eneral rungar " l .
aadTyjktVAg.ut . R. LOUIS Mk)
A. D. CUBINE
Uaanfaelurar of and desl.r la
BOOTS AND SHOES
Dees all kinds of beet '
see work. KnarsntlDK fl
and sstlHiudlon la eTery fc
ptL pRrtle desiring werlc
mb tend tUelr namaa aad tWU
rewM aad will rcwlr- a tJrs-
lar glrliiK full directions kw ic
ktaaare the foot.
3. W. CDBHH HrmtM km 4wM
MksM iM gf TMT1 s4 kstrliia-Ui.
' in - " III 1 saasiswanj
to mOtSuU to tkt Wf kabjto-S. VhMl
lwiipsPB(j (no Rf puny ipfifjnitR
NT MM aB Oat waML
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 24, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 15, 1894, newspaper, February 15, 1894; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71320/m1/4/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.