The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 39, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 31, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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Vinita Ind. Teh. May 31 1801.
Local Railroad Tirao fables.
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TI.MTA L'HUUllI IIIUKCTOItr.
M.K. Church sooth 11.11. Oreathouae pastor)
Jabbath schools! 10-U) a. m I preaching at 1 1
a m. ami 7 p. m i prayer meeting ever Wed-
neaday eTenlng. Oommunlon aerrlea erery
Presbyterian Church. I). N Allen. paa-
tori preaching Hondeye at II a. m. anil 7 p.
jii.i ijamlay school at 10 a. m. prayer meet
liOngrtKBllulini w""" ... lajnivnuiu.
aetoriaerelcee eel7 Sunday at 11 a m. anil
it m i Anmlav School at 10 a. m. i Chrlallan
Cmlaor Society. 4n m.i Prayer meeting
llapllat chnrcli Her A Carlln paitor
I'roachlng at 11 a m. and 7-10 p m Sunday
achool 10 a m. l'raycr meeting Wedneedsy
W. 0. T U. Meeta erery Wednesday at 4
a'olock p. in.
I'lllAU'HIAN I.ODGK. Mo. 14. K.
of 1'. Meeta eeery 'Ineeday evening
In their caatle hall at 7.30 Vitltlng
knlghle In good alantllng Intlteil.
K II. Landrnm. O. C.
J. S. JlcCrary K of II. ami 8.
' A VI.NITAI.ODUBNO.B. A.T A A. M.
y&.Meria In Meionlo Hall the Drat and
tJ third Saturday night In each month
' Will meet eeery Saturday during the
month ending April II. 18l.
Olitku lUcinr W. M.
T 51. IlurriiftiTOV Sec.
' VINITA LOIH1K NO. 18 1. O.
O V.. meeta In Maaonlohall on
Monday night of each week at
J r SCOTT N (i.
A. U. IIurruA 8ee'y
VUIIITV CIIAlTKIt O K. 8. meeta In Ma-
onio nan nrei ami hum ihnratlay In each
IIOUIU Ill'XI o'clock p in
AknikK CLiNKaoALxn. W. M.
ImitcflA M. Swai. Seo'y
Now ha in sight.
Corn 40c a bushel.
.Miller keeps furniture.
Kwcot potato plamu nt tho nursery.
DeeriuK binders and twine at V. W.
C'rocliut cotton Co per hall at II. M.
Vii"t a ne.v beilroom eel? Call at
Millet seed at ClinrlcHVtorth & But"-
flngloti's. Two steam swings In town and moro
No. 1 lino silt $1 69 per b&rtct at
Communion services at tho Presby-
terian church nuxt Sunday.
Coal oil for IS: por gallon at It. M.
lilnder tnlnaat Uharlcswortli & Bui-
llnyton's. Kurnituro bought At V. W. Miller's
Is bought right.
Decoration day exercises weto con-
dtar and horso shoo tobacco 40c per
pound at Swain's.
l.eo Liarrott has tho best shooinaker
oyer In tho country
Tho binder twino is at V. V. Mil-
ler's. Dtiy nowhere etso.
Fiuo lot of high grade glasswaro jiiBt
received by It. M. Swain.
Oliurleswortii and Uuflington aro
lieadiiuarters for farm Implements.
A fow business lots in Vlnita lor
nalo. -'1 40 David Tayloii.
FOR SALE AT COST
Fine Arkansas river bot-
tom farms near Vian and
33-tf Muskogee. I. T.
Hardware stoves tinwaro are found
in tiudless quantity nt W. V. Miller's.
It you want a good place to board uo
to Mrs. Cooper's at the college aunex.
iZ. U. Flcklen is tho smiling parent
of a new girl bady which appeared
Mrs. Cooper will take several board-
era during tho summer very cheap.
4Jood rooms and beds.
C. V. A. Lynch will be on hand dur-
ing tho payment with a good supply ol
lit. Finloy's medicines.
White dress goods and summer nov-
villus at lowest kind of prices to be
found at it. M. Swain's.
Gentlemen I'csirlng a stylish well-
made boot or shoe should look at the
work of Leo Barrett's shop.
Tho Vlnita Produco and Meat mar-
ket Have begun delivering ico lor the
ttuminor. I.eavo your orders.
Miss McCarthy Is forming a class In
short hand and typewriting. Call upon
tier nt Hotel Ilschtel lor terms.
Mr. Mnrrs' llttlo girl Olivia has ly-
Ithold fever nnd pneumonia nnd her
condition Is far from satisfactory.
Rev. II II. Qroathouso will preach
the commencement sormon at Harroll
InsUtutt Muskogee next Sunday.
I). Hicks east of tho track does all
classes of blacksmlluiug ami horse-
shoeing properly and at reasonable
Ot i; U. Fraysor has bean appointed
oveiseer of thu Island Ford and Vlnita
road with tho exportation that it bo
made passable lor its many palrous.
There was n geuerous responso to
llio Invitation to attend tho Eastern
otar lami social Friday and the straw-
berries cream nnd cake wero delicious.
When the hair begins to full out or
turn gray tho scalp needs doctoring
uid wa know of no better specific than
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian bnlrreuewor
I'iuttiro (ran)cn used to cost a good
deal ol muney. W. W. Miller has put
prices within easy reach. If you have
ii plcturo call and learn cost of framing.
Guntor Si Smith's Stable.
If uu want to buy it horso or buggy
or both you can llntl what yon want
ut 0 mi tor A Smith's stables. SOtf
Lumber Ohoap for Oaeh
Duildliig lumber of any dlmenslous
or kind cut to stilt customers by the
car load delivered. Address
Tho W.yo Lumber Uo.
fXJ.5t uith McAlMter I T
PBRSONAIi MENTION. (
Whoro Our Pooplo Aro id Have-Doon-Our
-Br. rord.of Valrland.waa here the 11 rat
of the week
A. J Bmllh went to Mnakogee Monday on
Jno C Anderaon returned last night from
Ma aonthrrn trip.
Ilert Chandler cams up from Muakogca
Mlis Kachil Datla from Oeorgla la tlalt-
Ing Mlia I.ane Little
Mrs. V. It. lladgelt and children are vl.
-Mrs Cheaney Mra. Mllford't mother
came donnfrom lopeka Friday and will re-
main -J t". Fllppln came In from Claremore
Monday lo aee what aldenalki and plate glaia
wlndowa loek like.
-Uncle Jim Ulereland waa In town last
week and of coorie took a llyely Interest In
the horae ihow Satordar.
John Drake wai In from Chelaea this week.
He la taking a llrety Ihtereat In horaea and
haa one of the beat In the country.
O. 8. Shellon waa np rrom Tahltqnah this
week. He aaya the number and character of
people who ha?e come In to wait for payment
irggeata fair time In this city
J. U. 1'relalg of the bottling worki Orm
came up from l'arla Tex a few daya since
and Mr. Ilaker etpecta to Induce him to re-
main He la all orerbnilneia
Mra Ilea Merkham of I'ryor Creek haa
gone to Uklah Cat with her daughter In
hope the latter'a health may be benefitted by
the change. If ao aha will leare her there.
V. M Harrlaon the Muskogee attorney
whoitelltered the addreas at the Knights of
Fythlaa annlreriary Is In the city and will
apeak before the college societies this morn-
ing. Col. C. M Here one of the pleetanleat
gentlemen In the lire stock commlaiton bull-
neaa waa In the city thla week. Hedocanot
foraee any rery roiy tlinea fur the cowman
K. Stanley Wilton waa accompanied down
from Lamar Monday night by his daughlera
Mlaaea I.lllle and Allle who came to attend
the college commencement exercliea and will
remain a week.
Mra. Rlcharde alter a Tlalt of a week with
Mrs. II W Qoodykoonts at tha home of her
laughter Mrs. W.O Chamberlln left Mon
day for Chetopa. Both ladlea years ago lived
Dr. Q. CMcKennon the son of Cspt Arch
McKennon of the Dawes commlaalon waa In
the city laat week In company with Dr. Starr
Mr McKennon la a dantlat and will Tlalt a
number ofpnlnts In thleseetloni he la at prca-
ent at Chelaea.
Muskogea is preparing for a grand
celebration of July 4th.
W. It. Badgelt received n new safu
for his Kioto Tuesday Irom St. Louis;
it's a daisy and will hold lols of tin.
A sample room was added to Hotel
Dachtel this week. It greatly adds to
both tho looks and convenience of the
Will someone kindly advise this
ofllco the address of Dick Hartshorn
who lived somewhero on ConBkin
John Kkillman has been quite poorly
for a week past having stifle red alight
strokn of paralysis. Ho is improving
at this writing.
Drs. Griinth & Page dentists havo
located in this city and opjned an
olllco over Miller's hardwaru storo
Sco their card lu this paper.
A battle with thoOrcek nation band
ot hcrso and cattle thieves took place
near Okmulgee last week. Two of tho
outlaws wero wounded and captured.
Hob Rogers was bound over for trial
last week for carrying a weapon nnd
in default of a $K0 bond was put in
the Muskogee jail. He has slnco given
Some time ago J. T. Gunter sold tho
Gregg horses to Catcher Whirlwind
ol Saline district and tho Southwest
City bank robbers stole them on their
When Insuranco companies refuso to
tako risks on buildings used for busi-
ness purposes It is high time lo orect
new ones. Let the good woik of build-
ing go on.
Mrs. Cass has a line ol surprisingly
handsome bats and wilt hayo them
trimmed up as desired on very short
notice. If yon wish tho latest styles
in millinery call upon her.
The K. A A. V. railway company
has secured an oxtension of timo on
its charter of three years during
which time it must build 100 miles of
road additional In this torritory.
Harry E. Don Carlos of tho Illinois
bar has located in this city and en-
gaged In tho prnctlcoof his profession.
He has endorsements as a successful
practitioner; olllco In tho McClcllan
Charley Crawford has sold his mon-
stor turtle to an ex-showman and tho
latter has gone to exhibit it to tho
natives of Arkansas. Mr. Crawford
says Charley Rider's story about hav-
ing branded that turtlo sounds very
J O. Hall states that his cattle have
never taken on flesh faster 'than this
season nnd he will mako a shipment
In a week cr tun days Tho number
ot cattle brought into the territory
this season by tho M. K. A T. tho
Santa Fe aud tho Rock Island reaches
670000. Shipmonts to market aro
estimated r.t half a million head.
Tho colt show at Henderson's stable
last Saturday attracted a largo crowd
aud nearly overy admirer ol horso
flesh In the country was on hand.
The premium was awarded to 8. 8.
Cobb's colt which is probably the
llnost hred colt In tills torritory Mr.
Warren had a number of vory excel-
lent colts on tho ground howover.
O.W. Poolo and W. M. Gullgar got
judgment against the Greonwlch fire
Insurance company last week at Kan-
sas City for the sum of $1000. Thu
trial was by jury and as tho case has
heretoore been to tho appellato court
ou substantially tho samo grounds as
aro to bo sot forth In tho appeal thero
will doubtless bo an affirmation of the
Al Daly the Nevada contractor
was down several days recently luKglug
huge rolls of building plans around
town with him and thoro aro Intima-
tions of a big hotel being erected this
summer. Unless reasonable expecta-
tions fail to materialize Vmlta will
need largely lucreased hotel facilities.
Thero aro certainly days of prosperity
closo at hand.
Vlnltu's Talr will bo held this year
on the iWi 10th 11th nnd 12h of Oc-
tober Hiid steps have been Inaugurated
to make this tlie"most successful meet-
ing ol tho association. Tenor twelve
hundred dollars of Improvements have
been ordered Including a tenemout
hciuso within the grounds $300 Is of-
fered the winner of tho mile running
race i)3 1 sit day
1NITA Is again to have an opera
house. W. R Iladgett and W.Q.
Wright are fitting up Llttlo's hall for
that purposo and will havo it finish -d
very soon A Btago 13x24 with a 10
loot opening will bo put in and seats
provided for 300 persons; 200 chairs
havo already been received. The
artists aro now painting tho scenery
nt Kansas City For payment tho
Senior 1'ayton company has bran
secured but will show In a tent.
tAMHLKRS and otherqueslionablo
characters aro rapiJIy filling up
tho town In anticipation of tbo pay-
ment. It Is hoped the authority of the
Musiiogco court will bo promptly In-
voked lo prevent theso "sharks" from
robbing tho public during payment.
Tho people need ever) dollar that they
aro to recelvo and thoso who have not
strength of character and judgment to
tako caro of themselves should be
looked after by tho court authorities.
(JMIIE CEMETERY Is now tho sub-
P Ject of attention ol tho city coun-
cil and 100 has been appropriated for
plowing tp the-avenues and alloys and
performing othor needed work upon
this spot of ground so dear to so many
of our peoplo. It has been discovered
that tho ground will not meaauro up
what thu plat calls for. It will there-
fore ho necessary to teduco tho width
of tho avenues and alleys or reduce
tho size of the lots and a resurvey will
probably be ordered.
ilHE WIFE of Rev.
Lewis Kelley ol
O dm Mnllini Mat
near tho Uarritt hotel Is in a very dis-
tressing physical condition and can
livo but a short time. The lady first
hurt her finger with a piece of bone
from which blood poisoning resulted.
Much of her breast was cut oil by the
doctors but the disease continued to
extend and tho patient's shoulder and
arm aro In a horrid condition. Some
of tho neighbors havo boeu quite at-
tentive but tho family is in want and
our people ought to respond generously
to this worthy charity.
l&IORSEMEN havo always Insisted
S that the track at tho fair
grounds wns "slow" that is was too
long and they further have complain-
ed that the curves were too short. A
measurement last week showed the
track to really he forty-five yards over
a half mile. Uy next fair timo both
these objectiops tlll be removed as
work to that end has already bean
commenced and tho track will be put
lu excellent condition. A. K. Ross
Oapt Cobb's man has cbargoofthe
work and It is but fair to say it will
be done properly.
fJT'oLEMAN TANNER n boy of
Vo1 twelve years stopping on the
Fllppln plnco near Olaromore was
kicked by a horse Saturday night and
die 1 in twouty minutes. Ho was at-
tending a literary society .ut Stony
Point school house south of Clare-
more and during the evening went out
to sco about his horso. Presently he
came back sat down on the door step
and said ho had been horse-kicked
and in a few minutes fell over dead.
His paronts had but that day return-
ed from tha Strip. Tho funeral took
placo Sunday at Claremore.
RTIFIOIAL ICE is now raqch
more genarally nscd than tht
natural product and is far more whole-
somo. A geutleman uo Is acquaint-
ed with tho mnnulacturo of artificial
Ice in all its details Insists that a plant
could bo established at this point for
$12000 which would yield a good re-
turn on tho investment. Men of
moans who wish to engage in business
would much bettor embark in soma
enterprise of this kind than go into
trade Merchandising is popular but
not always profitable and there are
frequently two stores where only trade
enough for ono exists.
HE COLLEGE IIOY8 nentintoa
gamo of base ball last Friday
nith tho town boys over confident of
victory. Twenty minutes later after
sulk-ring n "whitewash" nnd allowing
their adversaries to score three runs
they were thoroughly demoralized and
practically beaten; the game Anally
terminated against them by a score of
twenty-one to seven. Tbo col lego boys
wero probably outmatched though
they had some capital players. It this
defeat could but teach them the neces-
sity in after life ol redoubling their ef-
forts when adversity comes instead of
permitting it to overwhelm them It
would truly be a fitting and valuable
lesson to cloro the hard year's study.
Tbo neighborhood News Summod
Up In a Brlof Manner.
Tim last fmtt tilt! ponatdarable damage to
earn aud otbsr lender plants
Wheat looka flue In tbla vicinity and bar-
Teat will ba from flro to ten day a earlier than
Iter White of l'HUburg Kan held re-
ligions terilcea at Ilogera acbool bouse Satur-
day and Sunday.
Mlea Nora Klnnlaon retained home from
tVoreteter academy on tbeSMh Inst. greatly
delighted with tbe acbool
-Our public achool Is In a progreaalre con-
dition nndar the control t ltov. W. A.
Wright i It Is making conilderably over tbe
II Y. Ilacon and daughter Mlia Roaa of
Cleveland Trnn are vUltlng I). VI. Uaeon'a
family aud hare concluded to remain through
Mr r'llaon repreaoutlng a Kanaas City
boot and alios Arm. gat ua a call on IheSllh
and sold lUnnlion A Walker a flue stock of
boeta and shoes.
MlaaSadlaMcUhee of l'actolna Atk.haa
been vliltlng relellrca and frleuda at this
placo and returned to her home laat Friday
accompanied by Mra. John McUheo.
A mare belonging to A. M Anderson gave
birth to a colt Hat Friday morning wlthahcad
Ilka a human being. Quite a number or peo-
ple went during tha day to ees tba curiosity
among them three doctors! allot whom pro-
nonnce It ona of the wondera or nature.
Anumbrror cltltansnarebcen summoned
to attend the coming Cherokee eourtt several
were wltnesees In tba cats of U. II. Harlow
va Mary A Marker which haa been "hanging
lira" for the laat two years. It went to the
uprems court and was remanded lo tha cir-
UST3 1011 SILK LOVr bTtUlKB STOLES
(Each notice of Die character Indicated not
exceeding Fifty Worda will be Ineorlod two
weeka under tbla heading for Fifty cents.
STUAYKII OU STOI.KN-One bay Oily t
years old brauded on left ahoulder wllh a
Ilearti S5 00 reward for Information leading
to recovery Adlrrss Clio Ulbony Vlnlla
81I1AYF.D OU BTOI.K.V-One black horaa
about 15 hamla high II years old branded 70
on left slioilliler anJ
vm on rigut enooiiieri
aeulle la wqrk or rlue. Liberal reward lor
liifuimatlou li ll tttinner Vlnita I T.
8TIIA YKD-A wblle epolle.t horae II hands
tilth black mane ami tall. braalit with an
Imerted uoraeahoe llbrswsril. J W Kill-
son Ylolia 1 T
Hlgtjest Honors World's Ftlr.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.-
Tho Greon Livery Stable Is vary
Creates health creates stronglh cre-
ates vigor; UeWltl's Sarsapnrllln. It
recommends itself. P. Slmnnhan.
D. 8. Warren has one jack and tbrco
Hamblolonian premium horses at
Henderson's livery stnblo in this city
aud six horses at tho farm 32-43
Small boy (aslde)-"Gcu whiz" but
them Llttlo Giant pills take tho cake.
Sold and warranted by A.W. Foreman.
Mrs. II. 11. Trott has recovered tho
horncs lost Bomo weeks ago.
What makes a houso n home? The
mother well the children rosy the fa-
ther in good health and good humor.
All brought about by tho use of Do
Witt's 8arsap.trilla. It recommends
Itself. P. Shanahan.
Slsal binding initio Is eolllng this
season at 8c standard nt8 nnd man-
IlantOl. Hea.da.oho and. Indigestion
Can be cured. If you don't believe it
try lieges' Little Giant pills. Sold and
warranted by A. W. Foreman.
Guntor it Smith aro Increasing tho
stabling capacity of their livery estab-
lishment. If dull spiritless and stupid; f yotr
blood Is thick and sluggish; If jour ap-
petite Is capricious and uncertain; you
need a Sarsaparllla. For best results
take Do Witt's. It recommends Itself.
Tho city has platted all Hie vacant
ground about town and sold It for
Do Wilt's Sarsaparllla Is prepared
lor cleansing tho blood from impuri-
ties and disease. It docs tbis and
more. It buildB up and strengthens
constitutions Impaired by disease. It
recommends itself. P. Sbauaban.
C. Hayden at Cbouteait Is going to
open a lumberyaid in connection with
bis oilier business.
A very desirable house and lot for
salo at a bargain; 100 by XK) foot ad-
joining tho properly of E N. RatcllfF.
Beggs' Chorry Cough Syrup.
Tho greatest and best rough syrup. It
will relievo a cough quicker surer and
more cllcctually than an) thing on the
market. Sold and warranted by A. V.
Soneou now has a Milwaukee beer
warehouse conducted by Pete Wendel
of Neosho and Mont Hall.
There Is nothing in this world that
gives such perfect satisfaction for all
blood disorders as Dcggs' Wood Puri-
fier and Dlood Maker. It dries up
blotches and pimples on the ficehealB
old sores and eruptions makes a yel-
low skin clear and transparent and
klcps tho bowels nnd liver in perfect
condition. Sold and warranted by A.
Sam Boone living on tho east lino
ot the territory was arrrsted Inst
neck for passing lead hall dollars.
It Is a groat mlstnke to supposo that
a simple tonic gives strength; it only
stimulates tbo stomach to renowed
action. To Impart real strength tbe
blood must be purified and enriched
and tbis can onlybodono by such a
standard nltcrativo as Ayer's Sarsa-
parllla. A Sure Curo for Plloa.
Itching piles aro known by luoiitnrn
like perspiration causing Intense itch-
ing when warm. This form as will as
blind bleeding or protruding yield nt
once to Dr. liosanko'a piio remedy
which acts directly on parts auVclid
absorbs tumors allays itching and
nllects a permanent cure. CO cts.
Druggists or mail. Circulars free.'
Dr. Dosanko Philadelphia Pa. Suld
bv A. W. Foreman druggist t
To the citizens of Vinita sur-
rounding country and the pub-
Having mado nil tho nccosaary
Arrangements I will within n few
days open n largo and completo
At Vinita Ind. Tor. My ship-
ments aro now being made up.
Those contemplating building are
invited to call and sco my stock
nnd examine prices
Soliciting at least a part of your
patronage I am
J. T. BRACKETT
Vinita Ind. Tor.
laru ani main srnuirrs;
9 IE you wnnt to bo ftv
A I ; dressed lu the 5H
I' latest stylo wrlto for -4
J Our H
yWtaflir U'k full o( tips o( tha U
H ninilSli turest UjndWo solid H
kit ViUJE. H
Meullan l"mer. B
w nn ntnuueiMm ounce nn a
J kanmab wr Musoimr.
To close out the following'
lots we offer them at the
bargain seekers' own prices:
1 lot Kellcy-Gootlfellow stamped
$2.50 shoe at ;
1 lot Oxford Tics pat. tip price
Si. 00 at
1 lot Kclley-Goodfellow "Peer-
less" shoes price $2.00 at
1 lot Kclley-Goodfellow Misses'
Dongola pat. tip price 1.75 at
1 lot Hamilton-Brown mens shoe
"5 million" 9s 10s & 1 is i.yj.at
1 lot children's oil goat school
shoes price 1.50 at
lot Misses' patent
price 1.50 at
lot Kelley-Goodfellow Misses'
"Peerless" shoes price 1.75 at
These are all good honest
shoes but "broken lots; and
they must go at once.
RIGHT IN THE
n n n
J. 8. 'TH0MA80N
Has opened one of the Finest
and Most Extensive Lines of
Dry Goods Clothing
Shoes and Hats.
THIS TOWN EVER SAW.
PRICES are an object with the people. This is
the house that brought low prices to Vinita.
Bed Rock has not been reached; the sounding pole
is out and we expect to touch bottom
If we haven't -what you
want will send for it.
Groceries and Provisions
WSBSKBRageaV J i W i "
A fine Line of
And the employment of an experienced
watchmaker gives us one more denart-1
ment. Fine Watches Carefully Repaired.
and ) ets Figure.
arc always Stocked up on
VINITA IN D.TER.
Hardware Implements. and Machinery.
SPECIAL FIOUKES AND OIIADES OP BUGGIES
SURIUES AND ALLrSPIUNO
VEHICLES. . . r .
IWFinc Line of Groceries in Connection..
T. P. THOMPSON
Cal PniTiii Store
Feed and Produce Exchange
Kinds of country Produce BaShsoid
CALL AT THE NEW ROCK STORE.
Vinita Indian Territory.
A corcploto stock of Buildors' Material
Comcnt Limo Lath Doors Windows
Mouldings Mixed Paints Wall Paper Etc.
Yellow Pine Finishing Lumber Cypress Shingles a Specialty
PniOES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
Term.: CASH. L. TROTT.
X-fc E M O
GESELL & J-ITES
s Bmt f it tsi
WM E. WINTER
lOOAKHX.SUthSt. ST. LOUIS MO.
R. C. BOLINGER
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 39, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 31, 1894, newspaper, May 31, 1894; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71335/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.