The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 20, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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DRE88 GOODS DEFT
Our full stock of fine Clothes in Men's and Boys'
wear has arrived and really overshadows all previous
efforts. The finest and best is none to good for our
customers and we offer for the next month's trade 500
elegant all-wool tailor-made suits worth $15 to $2o at
The Low Tariff Price of
Fall suits made in the very latest styles long-cut
sacks soft roll double-breasted and square-cut Cheviot
suits.Rcgent cutaway frocks and extra long Prince Al-
berts; all bright and fresh of this season's vintage.
It may be early to talk Fall Overcoats but it is the
early bird that catches the worm. "Selection Com-
plete Price Warranted Lowest!"
In Men's Furnishings we simnly show everything
you desire. In our slock you will find all approved
novelties. Men's all wool suits for
Boys' combination suits; coat 2 pairs pantsCT R AQ
Boys' 2-Piece Suits $1.25.
Skinner-Ratcliff Mercantile Company.
The "Leaders in Low Prices."
Vi.nita Ind. Tkr. Sei-t.20 1891.
Allllor keeps furniture.
Coal oil for 15o per gallon at It. M.
V. II. Iladgett la going to have quito
a ebony house.
Want a now bedroom col? Call nt
Fred KIceman Is having not a little
trouble with erysipelas.
Furniture bought t V. W. Miller'a
Is bought right.
Carpets and curtains aro very cheap
Star and horso shoo tobacco 40o per
pound at Swain's.
A decidodly "bummy" circus travel-
ing by wagon showed hero Tueoday.
Lee Itarrutt has tbo best shoemaker
ever in t'o country.
House lot: slid farms for sale by M.
I1 razee at Cobb house.
New houses are springing up too
rapidly for us lo keep track of.
Try Dr. liorton with your dental
work. Over Slclnnet-Katcliil.
$2.60 buys you a pair ot boots that
will last jou a year at Badgett's.
California dried fruit new crop at II
fill lots In a block of eight for sale
by the Viulta Ileal Estate agency.
It. 11. Swain leads the van In low
prices In groceries and dry goods.
Barbecued meat nt Pooplo'a Markot
oast of track freah every day at noon.
If you would bo successful drink
Nectar Coffee. Sold by II. M. Swain.
llardwaro stoves tlnwaro a to fouud
In endless quantity ut W. W. Miller's
Although wo live in a country whoro
grass Is freo wo use butter from Colley.
Qentlemeu desiring a stylish well-
in ail e boot or shoo should look at tho
work of Lee Barrett's shop.
Ladies' visiting cards printed at
this olllce; latest stylo in cards just
A good alarm clock given away with
every ten dollars worth of goods
bought at K. T. Irousldo's
Col. Core lias been hick and ahsont
from bis oliice over slnco tho conaltt-
alou ot tho payment.
A good n I firm clock glveti away with
every ten dollars worth of goods
bought at E. T. IionaluVa.
Dr. l'lto has been taken from Mus-
kogco to the hospital at Sodalla and
Mrs. Mtu Is uow with him
Stylts the latest qualities tho best
prices tho lowest; that's ur drdss
goods department. V It. Iladgutt
Dr. Horton dentist executoa all
kinds of denial woik at reasonable
pllces. Offlco up stairs In Oiiuftaim
Tho last chance Tho payment Is
now over and wo want all notes and
Recount due us wttlod promptly Wu
don't want to sue anyone but pos-
itively tuntt have our money V O
fattou A Co
Kmrarl Skinner tjient a ierllon of lat i
week In St I.onli.
John Green It back attain "from rnott
everywhere" he aajra.
diarler CLeaner hai gone back loT peka
lo work In a Job ofilce.
Wjrmen Tliompaon baa recently returned
from Dee Molnea Iowa.
Marlon and I.ee Mllla or IVyor Creek
Hiw In the city Saturday.
Clem llajden Choattaa'e principal
merchant waa In Monday
Stephen W. farter an attorney retldlng
at Wagoner waa a callor yetterdar
JIln Ida Curry the lateit acqnlilllon to
the academy faculty srrlred Taefday
I) U Marre oflble orflce hae been In
Arkaniaefor a week doling a land deal
Jm. I'. Thompion Afton'a poitmailer
wai ovr Tueedajr onaome conrt matter.
Mtu FloialeStephena liaa gone to Kanaaa
City expecting to be abaent all winter.
l'ruf. Ilopklna Mill Feyant and Mile Qru-
per went to Alton yeaterday In the Intereatof
Judge Keja ot Chouteau went to Neoilio
lait evening to placo bla aon In Scarrltt Colle-
J. O t'llppln wai In from Claremore Hill
week and telle wondrona talea ot what that
town la doing.
Mr. andMri. 1'atlon and their famlllea
and alio the Ilalaella returned lait week
from their aummer'a outlnga.
Henry Clark came up from Adair with
hla friend Howard I.angley Tueiday night to
take hla third round with the K. 1 goat
W.S McN'alr of Adair waa up tbla week
looking for a home Ha haa two brother! to
afteud acbool and the family wlili lo more up
Xl. C Marmaduke general 'agent for the
Mliaourl Seringa A"J-oan Co apent aeteral
dayaln the clly receully. He la a member of.
the Gov. Marmaduke family.
I'. K Smith who comblnra the ctittle
Imilneia with that of aelllng drnga at Wag-
oner waa In town lait week on bla return
from St. I-onla where he had been with aev-
cratcaraofalock. Mra. Allla llrown and two children after
TliHof aome daya with the lady'e oouiln
Mra J- A. llerry returned to their borne at
I l'ariona yeaterday. They were accompanied
bv Mill J.rda Itlchardi a friend Mra C
Ilaaback went up on the aame train
-Oeo-rr. llrldgei an old Texaa friend or
Judge Crooka nuw of Utah apd engaged In
mining In that now a new atalo of the Amerl.
can Union of Stalea la 'In our city. Mr.
lltldgea reprrienta the Tlntlo Mining Co.
near Eureka Utah. Theae mloee Juitnow
are exciting much lutereat. They are aald to
be rery rich In illver lead and Hue and gold
le round In paying quantities
rnEAUEItt Old you agree or was It
" expected you would pay your sub-
scription out of your Strip money or at
payment? If so wo beg to any tho
tlmo Is here.
C. F. Uodboy at tbo bank has u
blcyclo for sale cheap.
Tho ladles or the Baptist church
presented a trades caratval Monday
and Tuesday awnings with success
l'ryui Creek has u uow paper the
Uulerprisu. Certainly the whole
country I on n biom In u newspaper
eoneo at least.
It Is whispered not very low that
Clint liaMof this city and Mlsa Emma
DetuUer of Chelsea will unite their
fortune for life In a Very short timet.
Mr. Hall la building a uquw for his
son on tho farm it shurt distance be-
Must be Seen to
RICH - We have just received some exccl-
n-cc .l.lcnt lots of ROUGH SCOTCH
UKfcb.t GOODS including Cheviots Ban-
GOODS! nockburns Highland Suitings Etc.
Now offering full stocks of ... .
We invite special' attention
shades always in stock.
In view of
. . son our lines or rjiacK ana ancy
Trimming Silk Jets and Pasamen-
try Braids Etc. are mqre complete than ever and in-
clude every. new design weave and fabric. Many of
the newer varieties should be seen to appreciate their
Skinner-Ratcliff Mercantile ' Company.
Col. J It. Oook of Cbetopa a
brother of Cashier Cook nns married
in Chicago Tuesday lo Miss Itoso
Duland also of uhotopn.
Nat Skinner bought 2200 head ut
good heavy catllo last week which bo
will hold this winter ami which should
make good money next season.
Arthur Berry is reorganizing bis
forces and propnrln? for another lu-
vasion of Spavinaw. He cannot make
up his mind which Is tho "hoodoo"
to bo loft at nomo-Frank Lanier or
tho "women folks."
A fund of $10000.30 Is now avaljable
lo pay thirty-eight Shawnecs whose
money was withheld by tbo govern-
ment at payments made jears ago in
Kansas whilo tho presonl beneficia-
ries wero orphan minors.
Quite a number of now fonts of type
have been added to tho equipment of
nils' oluco In tno fast few days for tho '
benefit of our advertisers. Uy tho way
some of our merchants scorn to recog
nize tho fact that Tiik Chieftain is
The St Louis fair opens October 1st
andlcoiitliiues curing the week
TliosKwhihing to a'teml can procure
licit eJW'jla Frisco railway al $11-15 for
tho fiound trip ono rcgula? fare;
tickets on sale Sept. 23 return limit
Oct. 8. sjjfc
UiliftSralti! has again
boon out to
try. and- negotiate with
for surrender this timewtho Cook
crow; Jo Johnston's man IIoacknili
probably get out from behind the
barn In ttmo to' claim all the glory as
he did in tho Uob Kogora case if a sur-
render is e lice ted.
Neff Prince formerly an employe at
the VInlta Holler Mills but at present
braking on the M. K. & T was shot
in the leg by a negro Irani p at Pryor
Creek tank Saturday night. Tho
negio was stealing a rido in a freight
car and tbo shooting was tbo result o.f
Princo ejecting him.
While 1'aJen Talbert was out with
Jim Sbcohan'a hunting party ho had
somo troublo with a drunken Indian.
Next lUy tho fellow caught Mr. Crock-
ett and Talbert out In a boat tho
latter clad In a hat and n pair of
socks and drove tho team with his
clothes six miles to cuirrp.
fho lecture on Divlno Science that
was to have been delivered by Mr.
W. O. Hall lust Friday ovcuing was
postponed on account of the rain un-
til this evening. It advocates tho
doctrine of Christ nud Its practical
use. Dadgott's Hull this evening at
8 o'cIock; tickets of admission 33 cents.
Tho publlo school hits 12$ scholars
witli room for about half that number.
Something must bo done aud that
soon. The publlo school Is tho factor
which has placed tho middle daises
of tho American nation head and
shoulders above tho pcovlu of similar
station in any other countiy ot the
Two sisters from Nazareth institute
Muskogeo wero hero a fow days since
uuroutu to tho Quapaw reservation
where they bavo established a school
and church embracing within lis mis-
I.I .jllnii- I 1. a Un.lnM. fl.ii... u ..
Mluinia and' l'corlas. They expect
somo time in the future to supplement
(hair work at Vlnifa with ascL'sol.
and French Plaids
to our Whipcords; all
their popularity thissca-
ISS DOHA TITTLE was married
Tuesday afternoon at the homo
of her sister .Mrs. F. G. Cowan to Mr.
M. O. Qabbort J. E. Duncan district
clerk performing the coremony. The
brido is a general fnfprito nud good
wishes in plenty will follow her and
i congratulations the husband. Mr. and
Mrs. Gabbert left on the ovening Fris
co train a few minutes after tbo cere-
mony had been concluded.
OKCESTEK AOADEMY was
the scene Saturday night of an
Informal reception to tbo teachers
which was in every way a plcasaut
and profitable occasion. No teacher
can do justico and obtain tho best
results who Is unacquainted with the
patrous of tho school and the people
of tho community In this instanco
the school-supporting educated por-
lion or tno city was generously repre
sentedand mado welcome by tho new
faculty of this popular institution.
tOOD FOKTUNE only prevented
the destruction of life and limb
Saturday night at tho Arkansas rlci
bridge four miles north of Muskogee.
Some one had fastened a Ho to tbo
rails at the south approach and tfio
cnginoofthe north bound passenger
struck it. Tho front trucks wero
thrown from tho rails and in this con-
dition tbo cnglno ran over the cntiro
bridge before the train was stopped
only theguard rails preventing it from
leaving tho bridge Thus ono source
of danger was at an end but a freight
train following closoly presented an-
other equally as fearful A flagman
waa hurtled back and brought this
train to a stnnd still barely in timo to
prevent tbo cogluo crashing into tbo.
rear sleeper. Who placed tbo tie on
the track or tho motive has not been
ascertained. Certain It is that tho
lives of a train load of passengers
were put in extreme peiil and tbo pun-
ishment prescribed by law for such
an act Is In nowise adequate.
Nfl ANUFAOrUKED ICE has su-
J2l poraoded tho Jack Frost
artlclo all over tho south and south
west and ico plants aro being rapidly
established at all tho leading cities
and towns S. J. Smallwood presi-
dent of the Euld Ico & Cold Siorago
Co. of Oklahoma has been looking
up a suitable location for a plant on
tho M. K. & T. recently and spent
Tuesday In VInlta. Tho town and the
protocols for conducting ft successful
and prolllablo business here wero sat-
isfactory but tho samo diuicolty con-
fronted the gentleman which ho found
at Muskogee -the lack ot water. In
the mnuufacturoof a ton. of Ice several
times that quantity of witter Is em-
ployed for cooling the chemicals etc.
and a (lowing stream or n remarkably
strong well one which cannot bo
pumped out-uro necessary The
dliliculty at VInlta we believo will bo
eventually overcome by drilling deep
or artesian wells Mr. Mmallwood went
from here to Lehigh und will also
oxamlue the situation at Ardmoni.
Someone will establish au tco plant nt
VInlta and will do It Mlthia it Vuy
Will Wright's house is of good alzo
am) makes very good appearance
It is a Well-Known Fact
n - ri i - - 1 11 1 1 1 1
That we have; not carried over from last season a sin-
gle Cloak or wrap and have nothing but the very lat-
est styles to show in
And CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
This line was bought with a great deal of care and for
SPOT CASH thus enabling us to sell you what you
One-Half Last Season's Value
In purchasing from us you will be able to select from
the largest and most complete stock ever shown in the
nation consisting of
Everything that is the Latest.
Everything that is Nobby.
Everything that is Nice. . .
Everything that is Praiseworthy.
or Money Refunded.
Skinner-Ratcliff Mercantile Company.
C. L. Haisell wishes to rent bis
placo in the south part of town 150
acres for cash rent. 50lf
mil Ingalls living on Uig Cabin has
gone to Muskogee with his three run-
ning horses to Attend the fair.
lieel pork mutt-n fish pork sau-
sage everything in the meat line al
J. II. Bailey's Peoples Market cast of
the track. '
From appearances tho upper story
of W. E. Halsell's uew building is to
be a hall or opera house.
Tho M. K. A T. will sell tickets
Sept. 20th to Oct. 0th Inclusive to St.
Louis and return nt ono fare for the
Creates health creates strength cre-
ates vigor UeWltt'a Sarsaparilla. It
recommends itself. P. Shanahan.
Plenty of rain and plenty of rest for
tho masons and helpers employed on
tho new brlric building.
Uy ordering of the VInlta Meat and
Produce Exchange you may be suio ol
getting the beet and freshest provis-
ions to be had. Ice delivered.
No griping no nausea uo pain
when Da Will's Liltlo Early Risers
are taken. Small pill. Safe pill. Rest
pill. P. Shanahan.
G. W. Green hud the foundation laid
for his uew house noar Dr. Fore-
man's several days ago.
Qunter & Smith's Stables.
If you want to buy a iioreo or buggy
or both you can And what yon want
alGuutcrJc Smith's stables. SOtf
A satlslled customer Is a permanent
oue. That's why wo recommend De
Witt's Little Eearly Risers. They
cure constipation indigestion and
biliousness. P. Shanahan
Tho church attendance of tho city
is materially enlarging from Sunday
to Sunday a good sign.
What makes a hottso a home? Tbo
mother well tbo children rosy tho fa-
ther in good health nud good humor.
All brought about by tbo use of De
Witt's Sarsaparilla It recommends
itself. P. Shanahan
Bosks' Gorman Salvo!
The great pile remedy. It has curod
thousands and wlllcureyou if you will
givo it a trial. Also equally good for
cute biulsa old sores etc. Prlco 5
cts. Sold Ity A. W. Foreman Vluita.
Tho walls or Mr. Raytnotid's build-
ing aro now nbovo the third story
window casing. Thfs is tho only
building In tho nation probably
which bus Btono troas or partition
Plloa oau bo Rollovod at Onoo
And in time elleulually c"urtd by tho
persistent use of Jiegga German Salve
greatest piio remedy ever put ou
l Im market. Sold and warranted by
A. Vt Foreman.
Col A. J HUckwell ftjundor and
builder Of Blackwell O. T and of Ok.
lahoma fame. wl ou Saturday. Sept.
OOn.l ...tut.! nl Ilia -.-.1 .. 1 1 .. .. tlln I ..
.. i'fi. . iiu. vmm in
i.- ..i .. -r it ...t.t - ii...i i ni
vuosi.j un4numirvHiK. i.
on tno auvtsnuimy ei niwimng a great
cny lucre mi mo i(nnw in auruu
especially uiq iauim at.
For sale or trade 73 bead of horses
marcs and colts; will fake in oxebunge
stock cattlebroko mulcsortown prop-
erty In Cherokee nation. F.L.Kelley.
Do not wear impermeable and tight-
fitting hats lha'. consttlct the blood-
vessels of the s'v.sip. Uso Hall's Hair
Renewer occas onally and yon will
not be bald.
A Little Tartar
LOn tho teeth destroys the enamel and
ruins tho teeth. Eexafroo will remove
this very annoying growth and leave
the teeth whito and pearly. A. W.
Foreman tho druggist keeps' it.
For Coughs Golds Asthma
Or any disease of the throat and
lungs try Becg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
It relieves wbcro allotbers fail. Sold
and warranted by A. W. Foreman.
Commencing Sept. (1th and on each
following Tuesday and Thursday to
and including Thursday Oct. IS 1801
the M K. & T. will sell tickets to St.
Louis and return at rate of one and
one-tbitd regular faro for the round
Beggs' Little- Giant Pills.
Tho most complete end effectual
pill on the market. Guaranteed to
cure Constipation and Headache.
Call ou your popular druggist A. W.
Foreman lio always keeps them.
Stop That Cough
With Beggs Cherry Cough 8yrup. It
is the most effective medicine ever put
ou the market for all throat and lung
troubles. Price 23 CO and 1 .00. A. W.
Foroman your enterprising druggist
For Instance Mrs. Cbas. Rogers
of Bay City Mich. .accidentally spilled
scalding wator over her little boy.
She promptly applied De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve giving Instant re-
lief. Its a wouderfully good salve for
burns bruises sores and a sure euro
for piles P. Sharjahan
One advantage of taking Ayer'a
Sarsaparilla to purify tbo blood is
thnt you need not Infringe upon your
hours of labor nor deny yourself any
food that agrees with you. In a word
you aro not compelled to starve or
loaf while taking it. These are rec-
ommendations worth considering.
A farm for sale 15 miles from VInlta
ou Clear creok 300 acres fenced .230
broken 700 acroa lu body. C00 nice
apple trees two splendid wells o(
water and a good spring good dwell-
log 3 rooms with nice cellar and good
barn. This fine farm is'nlfered for
fl.WO cash. Call at this ofllce and
learp more of It
It May Co as Muoh for You. 0
Mr. Fred Miller of Irving 111. writes
that ho had a severe kidney trouble
for many years with sororo pains in
hla back nud also that his bladder was
alfeeted He tried many bo called kid-
ney cures bnt without any good result
About a year ago he began ' u of
Electric Bitters anil fouBil :Hef
once. .Electric Bitters la 4-llv
L . . i . 7 .'.. '
sun pieu to cure all k
iwudis ami often fclm
r relief. One trial will
( ment Hue only a
i it Foftn04m
BOOTS $ Sl-fOES.
We Positively Carry
The Most reliable lines of shoes and boots that can be
bought for money in the United States.
Honesty and Integrity is more valuable in a shoe
than any other part of your apparel. A cheap' shoddy
shoe is worthless and expensive
.A.T .A-iisr-y PRICE.
Wc can sell you strictly reliable all solid leather shoes
this season very low.
Women's Glove Grain Shoes $1.00 to 150
Women's Dongola Pat Tips 1.50
' Men's all solid Buff Shoes 1.50
The only way to get a reliable shoe is to buy of
a reliable dealer a shoe made by a reliable manu-
OCJR STOCK IS FULL
YOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANT.
Skinner-Ratcliff Mercantile Company.
Uucklon'a Arnica Salve.
Tbe beet salve la tho world for cuts
brultes sores nlcefe salt rheum
fever sores tetter chapped hands
chilblains corns and all skin erup-
tions and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Priced cents per box; for sale by A.
Dennis Davis a tenant killed Sol
Blackwell his landlord at Ku'nula
Tuesday morning and although he dU
it on what bo considered justifiable
grounds and surrendered lynching
Brown's Iron Tonlo.
This is nature's great restorer of
health; it Is nleasant and agreeable to
the taste; 2t.d can be taken and re-
tained by the most delicate stomach;
It is the only preparation of iron that
will not constipate tbe bowels or
blacken or destroy the teeth; It is eas
ily and readily taken up and assimi-
lated by tbo blood and Is therefore
tbe greatest remedy known for general
debility dyspepsia indigestion ner-
vousness female diseases scrofula
typhoid fevers and all diseases and
Impurities of the blood. Try sample
bottle. For sale by A W Foreman.
"Fruit Syrup" Chill Tonlo.
Positively guaranteed to bo tbe best
remedy on the market for tbe speedy
cure of chills and fever biliousness
general debility and loss of appetite.
Containing all the laxative and nutri-
tious properties of the ripe flgs them-
selves combined with quinine and iron
in a tasteless form making it not only
tbe best remedy for chills but will be
found very eflectual as a tonic and ap-
petizer and alt forme of disease caused
by a torpid liver. As largo as nny dol-
lar bottle and only costs CO cents. Try
sample bottle tor sale by A. W.
A Quarter Century Tost. 0
For a quarterof a century Dr. King's
New Discovery lus been tested and
tbo million who have received bonefit
from Its use testify to Its wonderful
curative powers in all diseases of tho
throat chest and lungs. A rembjy
that has stood the test so long and
that has glveq so universal satisfac-
tion is no experiment. Each bottlo Is
positively guaranteed to give relief or
tbe money will be refunded. It Is ad-
mitted to be tbo most reliable for
conghs and colds. Sold At A W. Fore-
man's drug store. Large sizoCOc. and
IflEhMt tsMMrs WmM's Pair.
o MOST PERFECT MADE
'A pur Crape Oeam of Tartar fowdor. hu
bom Arnonia Ahun ot any ottlss aitutt ant
40 YE'RS THH STANDARD.
A Sure Curo for Piles.
Itching piles are known hy tuolstnre)
like perspiration causing inter.se Itch-
ing when warm. This form as well as
blind bleeding or protruding yield at
onco to Dr. Bosanko'a pilo remedy
which seta directly on parts affected
absorbs tumors ailaye itching and
affects a permanent core. CO cts.
Druggists or mail. Circulars free.
Dr Besanko Philadelphia Pa. Sold
bv A. W. Foratnan druggist. t
FOR SALh. ATCOST
Fine Arkansas river bot-
tom farms near Vian and
R. L. OWEN
38-tf Muskogee. I. T.
WASTS. rtIK S1LZ LOST hTKltEB 8T0LBH
Each notice or tbe character Indicated not
exceeding I'trtr Word will be Id tor ted two
weeks aider thla heading for Fifty ceate.
Place for aale 0 mllea northweat of Vlnltst
500 acrot 323 Id caltlfatlan 2 hoaeet.ete.
plenty of wate i loo acrca threehed 2700 baab-
en or wneati an gooti una. Enquire or wm.
wheat! all cood. lend. nnulr at W
Aipreaa on piece r u. iwaejectet.
STIIATEO-Ked mnler cow. a jr old.
branded It haa a calfned mnlej heifer
jeara old eame brand red enrltr cow 9 Tear
UlU. ni van.
wun can. cow ursnuea jtjs. will pay
A U. Hoffman Tlntta. Jlf
STOLUN-from Sontnweat Cttj Mo Sept
lSlh one bay horae pouj7 jreera pld black
mane end tall n brand or market alto atela
a red eaddlp and bridle from tho hitch raok.
A liberal reward will be paid for Information
abont horae and thief Henry White Soaih-
weat City Mo S-
STKAYED From Orphan AaitnmAnr let
one dun mare pony a yrara old 14) bends
high branded rather dim with Inverted anchor
on left ahonlderi both hind feet whltei
aebraatrlpee down back and arqnnd leva. S4
for return of pony orlntcrrmatlon. . Jf Ret-
cliff. VInlta I T Mt
Green Livery Stable
Opposite now block
Livery Feed :
. aad Sale. Stable
fir loi Oeuluk Oold. d Craa we ealem tmeVK
anUUkiI4SVtan r. OwaVVfien w
Don't $end your Laundry
The Vmita Laundry Co.
Cavil i tbo week Ut ftatt-ekisw
city tyl ou sbort
Hit IJUtWo- trtutew
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 20, 1894, newspaper, September 20, 1894; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71351/m1/3/: accessed July 9, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.