The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 7, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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Parlor and Bedroom Suits and Furniture of every description at W. W. Miller's. Full line of Coffins and Caskets.
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Vi.vita Ixd. Teh. Nov. 7 1895.
Local Sailroad Time Tables.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FKAXCISCO UAILWAY.
10:10am I IQzitiam.
IAUUITK. I UErAlIT
4:10pm. j 4 10j.ni.
Ihtnugli orliei from St. Louis lo Sapulpa.
.. .1. J.a :. i.M-rewi 4.t0m
No.-.. lUnoin; ol.L. iT. Ex i:3)pm
Xv.S. Fijrr 10.-20aiu
u. j7. 1 relplit nd Accommodation li:15 m
Xo.i. alu. Ks A lexu express ... 1 li:I9a m
Xe.s. Tex. at. L.A Hannibal Ex. .. 10S0 a m
So. 0. Flyer !.5:?!!pm
to. 4S. freight and accommodation 1 12:13 P m
Tho Sunday hours of the postoffice
will hereafter be 10 to 11 a. m.; 4
to a p. m
T1S1TJI CUUKCH MKECT0B1".
M.E.Cuurch sooth H.B.Greatbouse pastor;
sabbath ecuool at 100 a. m.; preaching at 11
a. m. and : p. m. 5 prayer meeting every n ed-
nesday evening ;ommunlon aemce eTery
Presbyterian Chnrch-S A. Caldwell pea-
tor: preaching. Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7 p.
jn.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; prayer meet-
ing Thursday nights. .
Congregational Chnrch-HeT. Xed Forest
pastor; services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and
7p. m.: Sunday School .t9:43 aim.; Christian
Endeavor Society. 7 P- m.; Prayer meeting
jvery Wednesday evening.
VT.C. T U. Meets every Thursday at 3.50
s'elock p. m.
Baptist Church-Eev. J. M. Wheeler pas-
tor; services .v.ry Sunday at 11 a. m. niJ.JO
p.m.: Sunday School at 10 a. m. ; prayer mtet-
ing. Wednesday. 730 p m.; teacb.r's mt.t-
IngMonday. 7J0p. m. singing at 8.
Church orthe Holy Gbost-Eev. A. . F. . Ver-
erel. pastor. Mass and Pjescblng each sec-
ond. tlAid and fourth Sunday at 10.30 a. r m..
catechism at JO. Paster now permanently
1 ocalea in tnis euy
....... nmtv Tiinr.p Sn. 14. K.
of P. Meets every Tuesday even ng
in their castle l.all at 7:30. VUltlng
tn.gbt. lu good et.nd.nf ; Invited
J. D. Blossor K. of E. andS.
...... TAnrtprl c ft V 2r. A-M-
-Meets In Masonic Hall the nrst Satur-
. day night in eacn moniu.
1 ' T. It. KaiGnl. Sec.
Olitkk Bacbt. W. M.
t.f'iT innfip V(l IS. I. O.
O.F-. meets In Masonic hall on
Monday night of each week at
j.'I. uuani "-
Eo Jo-. Sec'y.
PURITY CHAPTEU. O. S. S.. meets In Ma-
sonic hAll first and third Thursday in each
month at 730 o'clock p.m.
m Skbccca M. Swiis. VT. M.
ErglK Stoxk. Sec'y.
WOODMES OF THE WOULD meet sec-
ond and rourth Thursdays in each month n
AT. VT. Wahd. C. C.
J. S. DAVKsronT. Clerk.
"Bell of Vinita."
Gold Band hams.
Smoke "Bell of Vinita.-"'
Queensware at Ratcliff's.
City Bakery for your bread.
Gold Band breakfast bacon.
Groceries at E. L. Sidiffer's
Try Perfect Baking Powder.
2fot Gunter & Smith's livery ad. .
See the "Wilson Ileatcr at RatclifTs.
Corn cheap some loads have sold as
ovr as 12c.
ice line of cheap buggy whips at
JIallow'ecn was pleasantly observed
at the academy.
E. L. 2fidiffer"s is the place to get
your feed and bran.
"Shorty" White has got a team and
gone out on a farm.
"Bell of Vinita;" the cigar like the
girl is the favorite
New lot of horse collars and collar
pads at Lee Barrett's.
IVe are still selling Wilson Heaters.
E. !N. Ratcliff Mcr. Co.
Try a sack of Oswego flour at E. L.
Fresh groceries at fresh prices. "Vi-
nlta Meat & Grocery Co.
Get your mince meat at E. L. 2fi-
differV already prepared.
Haj. Leroy 2Teale a well known
Cnetopa attorney is dead.
Lee Barrett Invites an inspection of
his single driving harness.
John Cildwcll contemplates moving
out to his farm north of town.
Try a sack of Coffey ville flour at Vi-
nita Meat aud Grocery Co's.
Sam Motley has been threatened
with slow fever for some days.
Fred Kcllcy does a hay business
which is astonishing in volume.
Pleasant rain Tuesday night for
which all parties are duly thankful.
The Wilson Heater is the coming
stove E. 2f. Ratcliff Mercantile Co.
Try a sack of Magnolia Mills Han-
nibalMo.flour; bestin Vinita. Gray's.
3 pound can of grated pine apple
12 1-2 cts. per can at J. A. Chandler &
Battle Ax tooacco the best in the
world Tor the money at J. A. Chand-
ler & Co's
A quarter of a million bushels of ap-
ples have been shipped from Rogers
Bad wheat makes bad flour. Try a
sack of good Hannibal Mo. flour at
J no. a Gray's.
Gold Band hams and breakfast ba-
con mild and sweet none finer at J.
A. Cbaudlcr & Co's.
J a Gray will sell you a Singer or a
Champion sewing machine for $27.50
warranted for five years.
The Uatcliff Mer. Co. have Just add-
ed to their line stock the celebrated
Perfect Baking Powder.
The Ratcliff Mercantile Company
places some profitable information be-
fore our readers tills week.
Oyt.to.rs fresh fish celery grapes
and all delicacies of the dining room.
Vinita Meat & Grocerv Co.
Pete Tovcy and some of his neigh-
bors near the Kansas line cut their
grain this season with a header.
Wc guarantee perfect purity and
satisfaction iu Perfect Baking Powder.
Try it. Ratcliff Mercantile Co.
W. C. Large is preparing to build a
house on a lot purchased from Dai id
Taylor west of the Raymond tract.
The best shoemaker in this country
is at Lee Barrett's hai ness shop. Call
and sec his work aud leave a measure.
Miss Sammlo Gunter is visiting at Tahlc-
quah. J.J. Haydcn of Pryor Creek spent Thurs-
day in the city.
Mrs. Juliette Jordan and Mrs. Beck spent
Tuesday In the city.
Oscar Trott and E. J. Warren were over
from Afton Monday.
Miss Addio Curd of Cherryvale Is visit-
ing at the home of J I. Morning.
Dr. Bagby's mother arrived yesterday
morning for a visit with tho family.
Senator Gunter went to TahUxjuali Sun-
day morning and Senator Landrum two days
P. L. Walker went to Tahleijuah Sunday
to look after his pay as a member of -tho ex-
cauncil. J. Howard Langley pas-d through the
city a few days since on the way home from
a visit of some days at Slioam Springs.
Tom Byrd and Wa A. Curtis went to
Cherry valo Tuesday to attend the latter's
wedding which took place last evening.
J. II. Morris from tho Big creek country
was down this week. Wheat in this section
is suffering severely from the dry weather.
Dr. Fite arrived from tho east tills week
and went to Muskogee Monday night. He
has just spent two months in the hospital at
Miss Vinita Akin after a year's stay with
her grandmother In Oregon Is expected home
Saturday. It Is a long trip for one so young
to make alone. She will be met at Kansas
City by her father.
G. SI. Halton wife and child the lady
formerly Miss. Inez KatcllfT arrived Tues-
day from Crockett Tor. The gentleman is
suffering with ulceration of the bowels and
is very sick indeed and came hero for treat-
ment by Dr. Fortner.
Try a can of that fancy machine
sliced Gold Brand breakfast bacon; it
will please you; at J. A. Chandler &
The court folks went to Miami Mon-
day but not until a short session of
court had been held here that morn-
ing. Come in and look atourqueensware.
We have several beautiful patcrnsand
a full line of staple Engliih goods. E.
Dennis nicks Js now in the shop 10
hours a day; first-class shoeing guar-
anteed; try him. cast side of track
Vinita I. T.
The Ladies' Parsonage society of
the M. E. church will meet next Wed-
nesday at 3 p. in. at the home of Mrs.
'Bell of Vinita" is a cigar made by
Frank Cox's factory and takes the
lead. Smokers declare tlieni the best
in the market.
Parsnips carrots potatoes onions
popcorn everything you can't find
at the other stores at Vinita Meat
& Grocery Co's.
For Rent blacksmith shop (no
tools;) dwelling convenient. A flrst-
class smith wanted. C. Haydcn
Cnouteau 1. T. 9-12
On dismissing the jury Judge
Springer indulged in some very pleas-
ing words in thanking them for their
Our star hams and bcakfast bacon
arc gaining iu favor all the timetbcse
are the choicest meats on the market.
E. N. Ratcliff Mer. Co.
The accoustic properties of the new
Methodist church are so good that a
pin can be heard to drop the entire
length of the auditorium..
The Ladies' Aid society of the Con-
gregational church is sewing for a
number of ladies around towa and so-
licits orders for plain sewing.
Bachtel hotel north side Frisco
R'y. newly furnished; a first-class
81.00 house; special terms for week
board. Mrs. Thos. Bluejacket.
Mrs. J. C. Anderson entertained ap-
propriately with the occasion a large
company of friends on Ilallow'ccn.
Ghost stories galore were the order.
A number of people went out Fri-
day night to the "atomp dance' but
there was none. The Indians were
dancing Thursday and Saturday
J W. Adair was this week ap-
pointed judge of Delaware district by
Chief Harris to serve the balance of
the term of E. M. Landrum who was
elected to the senate
Joe Blakemore died Tuesday Xov.
S 1895 at 4:05 p. iu. aged 24 years and
4 months. Funeral services were held
at the family residence at 3 o'clock p.
m. Wednesday Nov. 6 lSBp.
The efforts of the grocery folks at
the Ratcliff Mercantile Co's to get
up a creditable queensware display
within the space at hand called for a
good deal of ingenuity but they suc-
ceeded. Step in and sec it.
A farmer near Coffeyville when he
opened a place a few years ago
thinned out a pecan thicket and saved
the best of the trees. This year he
has already picked 60 bushels of nuts
and sold them at $2 a bushel.
Someone butchered a yearling for
Jim Lcforce a few days since cutting
off the ears and also cuttiug off that
portion of the hide which wa brand-
ed and leaving a portion of the car-
cass where the animal was killed.
W. J. Watts and Rev. N. J. Craw-
ford will address Cherokee claimants
at tho following named places and
Afton Thursday Nov. 7.
Clarcmorc Friday Nov. 8.
Wagoner Saturday Nov. 0.
Lawyer Kornegay was the last man
to have a disagreement with the city
about costs on tax As no ono had
ever called on him for his tax he re
fused to pay costspenaltyctc. of issu
ing an execution. No objection was
made to the amount of tax.
Miss Hallie Thompson the estim-
able teacher of the public school has
been engaged outside of her school
hours to collect the accounts of Tiik
Chieftain and to solicit business
write locals etc We trust our friends
will aid her in every way possible.
Alexander Long of Haydcn I. T.
claims to have discovered the cause
and prevention of Texas fever and
will cheerfully answer correspondence
on the subject. Mr. Long says he
built the first house in this town the
old Johnon Thompson rock house.
The grocery display at the A'inita
Meat & Grocery Co's. Is the mostclal-
orate ever arranged in the town. Vi-
nita's stores a few years ago "as com-
mon as an old shoe"' arc now regarded
as superior to any in the Indian Ter-
ritory. It pays in many ways to make
MASS CONVENTION of citiz-
ens of Vinita was held at Com
missioner McClure's oillcc last Friday
evening Nov. 1st with E. N Ratcliff
as chairman and John C. Anderson
secretary. The following names were
placed in nomination: For mayor 1).
M. Marrs: city council W. I Carter
T. A. Chandler W. R. Badgett Robt.
Ironside. On motion an executive
committee consisting of four was ap-
pointed to have charge of the cam-
paign and among other duties to ask
of the present mayor that an equal
number of the judges and supervisors
be appointed from each of the contend-
ing factions. The committee appoint-
ed arc John Chandler C. C. Ironside
John Swain and J. S. Davenport. On
motion the following resolution was
Resolved That we the citizens of
Alnlta in convention assembled de-
mand of our municipal officials that
a quarterly statement of the receipts
and disbursements of the public reve-
nues of the town be made and pledge
that if the nominees of this conven-
tion are elected on the first Monday
in December next that sucli statement
shall be made. And wc further de-
mand that the city tax-collector and
treasurer be required to give approved
bond in a sum sufficient to secure the
H SLIG HT EARTHQUAKE shock
ifel was felt all over the Mississippi
valley about live o'clock Thursday
morning. The shock did not strike
this town until nine or ten o'clock
that night but it struck harder than
anywhere else and lasted until about
daylight Friday. It took a wrecking
crew a good part of the day to clear
up the debris aud there are yet ev-
idences of the shake-up. Generally
speaking the Hallow'cen pranks have
been of a harmless character but it
was not so this time. Four or five
companies of marauders were formed
and the effort seemed to be to discov-
er which could accomplish the most
damage. It is well for the boys (young
men) that Ilallow'ccn is a year off
for this town lias had about all the
trouble of this character it can stand
good-naturedly for a while.
ffi?5UESDAY AFTERNOON and cv-
"P ening W. J. Watts and Rev. N.
3. Crawford addressed the claimants
and others at the court house. Mr.
Watts urged the claimants to adhere
to their association and assured them
that the prospects for them to secure
rights in this country were never so
flattering as now. Mr. Watts relies
upon that portion of the constitution
which declares that life nor property
must not be taken without due pro-
cess of law. Although he accepted
S244S from Treasurer Starr on account
of his place made previous to 18S6 lie
does not intend to give up that place
nor any made since and will seek an
injunction from the district court of
this territory if the Cherokee author-
ities disturb him.
ARRIED at the home of the
bride Wednesday morning
ov. Gth at 9 o'ciock by Rev.Ned For
rest pastor of the Congregational
church Dr. H. B. Hortonand "M iss
Julia P. Barrett both of this city.
Only a few guests witnessed the cere-
mony which took place in the West-
ern hotel parlor and shortly after its
conclusion the doctor and his bride
took the M. If. & T. train north for a
two weeks' wedding tour. Botli are
among our most popular young people
and good wishes were showered upon
YIN1TA CHAPTEU Royal Arch
Masons was set at ork yester-
dav and Dr. Foreman T. U. Knight
and Walter G. Criswell duly enlight-
ened in the four degrees of the order.
Hon. Z. T. Walrond grand high priest
of the Indian Territory was present
in person and granted the necessary
dispensations and was assisted by
Companions Re'. Dr. Hill J. S. Scott
and P. B Maxey all of Muskogee.
Six petitions were acted upon and
in due time it is expected the
cause of Capitular Masonry in
this section of the Indian Territory
will Iks materially advanced.
MILEY HIGHTOWEIJ thestep-
iXy son of Rev. J. J Lovctt after
months of suffering with consumption
died Monday morning at 4:40 o'clock.
His end was as happy as that of a
child going out into the fields and
woods for a vacation and lie seemed to
be rejoiced that his troubles were at
an end and that eternal joy was
just before him. The funeral took
place at the home of the family at
two o'clock Tuesday. Mr. Lovctt was
absent at Ardmorc attending confer-
ence at the time of the young man's
Mrs. Henry McGla-son and children
returned Thursday from Sherman
Texas where she was called upon the
sorrowful mission of attending her
father's funeral. The father It. M.
Smith has suffered many years with
kidney trouble and it terminated in
Ills death upon the 20th of October at
the age of sixty.
The information from Ardmorc is
that Rev. B. H Grcathouo is return-
ed to the Vinita charge and Rev.
Coppcdge appointed presiding elder.
Rev. J. J. Lovelt the present elder
goes to Muskogee as pastor with a
good salary and comfortable parson
Judge Goro brought down a speci-
men of line spplcs from his place at
Bluejacket which were grown on six
year old trees from the Vinita nurse-
ries. He calculates on having M00
bushels of apples next year. Within
a very few years this country is going
to take a place in the front ranks or
the apple orchards.
Governor Belew nccoptcd the ap-
praised price of his place from Treas-
urer Starr when that officer was here
recently about SI 000. It is said of
tiie Jno. C. Cobb case (the money
was refused) that if an attempt be
made to sell the place an injunction
restraining interference with property
will be sought from the Ft. Smith
Attention is called toourTahlcquah
letter. More will follow aud all will
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
FinsT coir.nr.OATiorjAL ciuiitcii sov. 10.
Sunday School at 9:1 a. m.
I'rtaclilns at 11 a ra. Subject "The River
AtG:Mi. m. Christian Endeavor.
At 7:30 p. m Subject Keeping Within
the Civil Lair."
Mkd Fokucst Pastor.
THE W. C. T. UJ
Report of the Recent Convention at
Tlicnntlonal convention of tho Woman's
Christian Temperance Union at Baltimore
Oct. lMh toCJrd was a woumlvrful success.
Thoe who attend every year say they never
hail so many stales and territories repre-
sented at any convention before forty-six
states represented. The enthusiasm of tho
meetlnjr was indescribable Maryland enter
tained thoentlredolesatlon (about SOU) right
royally. Pennsylvania took the prize ban-
ner for the most efficient work In the orsau-
izatlon. The re-election of former officers
was unanimous. The question of where the
next convention is to be held was not de-
cided; as there were too many places asking
for It it was left for a committee to deter-
mine. Invitations came from i.os Angeles
and San I'raiicisco. Cal.. Portland Oregon.
Memphis and Chattanooga. Teiin-and Kan-
sas City. Miss WIHard said "they want us
to come; I can rememlicr the time when we
were not wanted." It Is becoming a fact
well known to candid minds that the W. C.
T. U. Is an Inspiration for good; that it does
elevate; Is for the upbuilding of lietter
things and Iwtter days. The prayers and
plans of those consecrated women for help-
ing tho fallen was an impetus for action 1
had never liefore realized. Monday.Oct. 21st.
a. m- memorial services were held for four'
teen of our workers who had gone on before
Mrs. Clara C. Hoffman of Kansas City. lead-
ing the services. Mrs. Jane Stapler of Tah-
luah was ono of the honored dead. Mrs.
S. II. Perkins of Ohio who knew her person-
ally paid a beautiful tribute toherinemory.
An earnest spiritual devotion to Cod and
His Kingdom was felt throughout the entire
convention. Tho noonday prayer was ob-
served regardless of business before the
I am happy to say tho finance committee
will aid us some this year and. with the
united effort of all good citizens wc shall
hope to see the standard of morality raised
to a higher degree In our beautiful Indian
Territory. Those who arc afraid of criti-
cism read Psalms li:.T. White ribbon women
hold that there are not too many voices lifted
upon behalf of Him who was the friend of
many aud that the multiplication of the
gospel welcome through the lips of that I.alf
of the race that has always been the most
pursuaslve. would be the greatest augmen-
tation of power that Christianity could have
In these days of doubt and darkness. We
may not agree lu every resolution passed by
the convention and realizo they are only hu-
man. Still I do know our aims are good our
cause a righteous otic. The W. C. T. U. Is
only the churches at work; their united ef-
fort Is for pure hearts and happy homes.
The motto for thu Indian Territory this
year Is. "What ought to be done can bo done.
We go forward." .
Pryor Oreek Notes
L. It. Nash has benutlfiod his residence th-
udding a fresh coat of paint.
Quite a numlier of our citizens are at Tah-
Icquah this week attending council.
P. W.Samuel has moved Into his elegant
new residence In the southern portion of ogr
Several cases of sickness In town. Our
local medicos have their hands full and Dr.
Crawford has been down several times In
the last wi-ck.
' P. X. Strlngflold and wife aud Mrs. J. K
P. Strlngfleld and W. J.lturl;a are. In the hills
east of Grand river this week hunting tur-
keys and deer.
Quite a number attended thospeakingby
W.J. Watts the kingand his "cohorts" onthe
4th Inst. Mr. Watts Is certainly a logical
speaker and seems to make Ids points lie-
yond a doubt but we can't tell what Uncle
Sam and Hon. Sam will do with him.
Tho week of prayer at the Cumberland
Presbyterian church is lielng followed by a
scries of sermons by i:evs. 1). II. Hryaut pas.
tor. and S. 11. McHlvidne of l't. Smith. A
considerable luterest is manifested with
gooJ crowds in attendance at each service.
Your correspondent had the pleasure of
visiting Vinita last week for the first time
since the Strip payment. While there was
not so much bustle and "hurrah" as during
the payment we are gratified to know that
Vinita has made many substantial improve-
ments since our last visit among which we
mention the Thomasou block as being a
A jolly party consisting of II. C. Adam-
son and family J. J. Hayden and family.
Misses Pert StringCeM and Kthel Pharr
spent Tuesday In the woods hunting pecons
but iH-hold the gay and festive slioat (a la
Arkansas) had been there ahead of them and
they got more fun than nuts but report an
exceedingly pleasant day.
The Parker store building will soon be
ready for occupancy. The elegant hall on
tho second lloor will lie occupied by the
Masons and A. O. I". W.. Imth of which are in
a nourishing condition receiving new mem-
bers steadily keeping their goats worked
almost to doatb to carry thu candidates
through the mystic portals. Dr. W. C. llry-
ant and J. C. Iturges. of Chouteau came up
l'riday night and road his goatshlp In the A.
O. U. W. order. Huiyrs says he came very
near falling off.
WANTS. FOU SALE LOST MB 11 EI) M0UJS
Each notice of the character Indicated not
exceeding Eitty Words will be inserted two
weeks under this heading for Fifty cents.
LOST A pair of mare mules; one is dark
bay. 11'i hands - years old no marks or
brand; one black. ISf hands high same age
no brand I'enard. $10 each lor delivery.
Frank Dubois Echo 1. T. 10-13
Cheatham's Ta.stelcss Chill Tonic is
put up in .10 and 75 cent sizes. You
pay your money and take jour choice.
Hut whatever size you buy you cm
rest assured that you are getting the
worth of your money. It never fails
to cure chill; it is guaranteed to do
so. T. Slianahaii.
lirown Hitchcock was granted a
divorce ntTalileqiiah some das since
and given the custody of his children.
Why Will You Cough?
P. Slianahaii jour diuggisl asks
you whj? You can Ikj so easily cured.
Three doses of Iteggs' Cherry Cough
Syrup will relieve you at once. We
guarantee every bottle and no monkey
Married on the 0th int. John Her-
ald to Ilebccca Countryman and Mil-
lard Kiiby to Ida I)anielsall of IIorc
"ever in the
such an assortment of fasmonable and low price Cloaks Dress
Goods and Clothing as we are showing this season and at such
prices the most fastidious come
These are all this season's styles and are
It is a well known fact that we carry by far the nicest line of Dress Goods of any house
in the Nation and this season have made a special effort to secure the very
best things to be found in cheap and moderate price Dry Goods.
Vc are selling an
We are selling an
We are selling an
We are selling Silk Finished all wool Henriettas for.
Our Plain and Fancy Dress Goods at 15 20c 25c and 30c are each a special drive.
to show them to you.
We have never carried as large a stock before as we have this fall and the rate they are going out
of our house will convince any one that we have the right kind of goods and what is more convincing
they are at the right price. Our line of Men's Pants for this fall are far ahead of anything ever brought
to Vinita before. We have them in all sizes and all prices. We have just received a new invoice of
overcoats and at the rate our first stock went they won't last long. It is the style quality and price
that are moving them so fast.
Call and see us. We carry everything of the best and at prices
that are the lowest.
Ueggs' Tropical Oil will cure rheu-
matism sprains bruises and all deep
seated diseases where a powerful lin-
iment is required. Give it a trial and
you will use no other. It acts like
magic P Shanahan has it for sale
aud warrants every bottle.
They have Just had a two days'
meeting down near Tahlcqinh and
preached the funeral sermon of Mrs.
.lane Sixkiller. who died in 1801.
The finest stock of goods in the
country is to be found at P. Shan
ahan's. He also has secured the sale
of Beggs' Family medicines. Every
bottle warranted. They will give
Married at the Cobb house Nov. 1st
by llev. Ned Forrest pastor Congie-
gational church Mr. Frank Cole and
Miss Emma Arnold both of Clifton
The MoBt Wonderful Pill.
They relieve where all others fail.
They arc called IScggs' Little Giants
and arc rightly named. Remember
the name and call for them a't the
liest store in town. P. Slianahaii
No smoke no soot no dirt no
funics of sulphur no carrying out ash-
es no coal hod for the baby to get in-
to. These arc a few of the advan-
tages of tho Wilson Healer E. N.
rtatclilT Mercantile Co.
P. Shanahan takes the lead in ev-
erything. They have secured the ex-
clusive fstle of Hoggs' IJlood Purltler
and blood maker the most perfect
medicine made. Try it for all blood
Vinita Is enjoving a very satisfac-
tory trade tills fall. People are buy-
ing goods here now who never came
here before. Fine stocks of goods at
attractive prices arc the cause.
No Use running mound asking
Smith Hrown and Jones what to do
for your chills. Cheatham's Tasteless
Chill Tonic will cure you cure you
quickly aud completely. Give it a
trial. Price 30 and 75 cents. Guaran-
teed. P. Shanahan.
Tom Howie has lost all but three of
a bunch of 81 hogs by cholera lie
thinks it was brought to his place by
the overflow fiom ponds on higher
ground where the hogs had cholera.
Since Cheatham's Tasteless Chill
Tonic was introduced many other
tonics have been introduced to the
public. None however have met
with the same success. The reason is
Mmple they do not do the work it
does. When you have chills try It.
Price 50 and 73 cents. Guaranteed to
cure. P. Shanahan.
A self-teaching music chart learn
youto play in thirty minutes givcu
free with every organ sold by Vinita
You Can't Cough
After taking .1 doses of Ueggs' Cherry
Cough Symp. It is one of the most
wonderful remedies ever put on the
market for coughs and colds. Sold
and warranted by our popular drug-
gist P. Shannlmn.
history of our house have we been
We can sell you a cloak for $3.00 worth 5.00
" 5.00 " 8.50
" " " " " " 76o " 10.00
" ' ' 10.00 " 15.00
" " " " " " 15.00 " 25.00
all wool serge for
all wool fancy Suiting for
all wool Bucle for
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
Tiiis Invaluable remed- is one that
oucht to he in every houEP-hold. It
will enreyonr rheumatism neuralgia
Rprninp rnt? bruises burns frosted
feet nnd e.trs eore throat and pore
chest. If you have lame back it will
cure it. It penetrates to the seat of
the disease. It will enre still joints
and contracted mufcles" after nil other
tmcilie have failed. Thnso who
have been cripples for years have used
Ititllnrd'd Fnow liniment and tlnown
away their nutches and 1-een able to
walk as well as ever. It will cure you.
Price 50 rents. Sold bv I. Sbnnahan.
Gunter & Smith
General Livery Stable.
They have the best rigs in theChcr-
okee Nation and their price are reas-
onable always. Careful attention to
Mrs. R I Blakeney
At Mrs. Iilllingslca's
East of Track ::
Solicits orders for ::
Perfoct Fit. J;
Guaranteeing ) Latest Stylo. .
( Moderots Price t
0. K. Meat Market
J. J COYNE.
Fresh Beef Pork Mut-
ton Barbecued Meat Ba-
con Lard Bologna and
every thingf a iirst-class
market should contain.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Highest Price Paid for Hides.
E. L. NIDIFFER
West of Barrett's
Eggs Poultry Hides
Furs Game Vegetables
IJonyht at highest Market I'rlce.
l.CAYC Orders for Flour and Feed.
vufpimrmutai--. ..-. - -s-?eab r??aw
1 f! Al II W'l
look buy and go
of the very latest make
Juy Your Goods Right!
VVWVWkVW.'K.W'.' k - mm W W W"S W "-
You will do this if you
buy them from
OHN C. GRAY
NEW BRICK GRAY-HALSELL BLD'G
On South Wilson Street.
Dry Goods Clothing
Hats Shoes Groceries
Nails Woodenware Cordage.
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A clean new stock of everytning which
these lines include.
Especial Attention called
Prompt delivery to
Q. W. MILLER & CO.
Successors to H. D. MUIR & CO.
General Insurance Agents.
Patton Building. Vinita Ind. Ter.
Keprescnting the following Companies:
FIRE AND TORNADO.
Hartronl Insurance Co.. Hartford. Conn German American Insurance Co.. of Kew York.
I'hoenlx Inauranee Co.. or ltroobljn. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co.
Liverpool t London .t Globe insurance Co. London ami Lancashire Insurance Co.
New York Underwriters. SprinRfleld Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
Fire Association ori'liilailelphla.
Tlie I'lioenlx Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Hartford Conn.
ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS.
The Fidelity nnd Casualty Co. of New York.
Adair Adair Ind. Ten
....Is the Town....
. S. Cmii's to Place
Where you will find a good line of
Heating and Cooking Stoves
At Cash Prices Cheap O.'K.
Shelf Hardware Tinware Implements Harness Fur-
niture and Coffins all at prices which cash
only make it possible to give.
For some Special Bargains in Furniture and Ve-
hicles see D. S. Cumming Adair I. T.
able to collect
on their way
and best of material.
-35c worth Soc.
39c worth 60c.
5oc worth 65c.
5oc worth 75c.
We will be glad
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Boots and Shoes.
all parts of the City.
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 7, 1895, newspaper, November 7, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71410/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.