The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 5, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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Parlor and Bedroom Suits and Furniture of every description at W. W. Miller's. Pull line of Coffins and Caskets.
Vinita Ind. Teb. Dec. 5 1895.
Local Bailroad Time Tables.
T. LOUIS A SAX FEAXCISCO KAILWAY.
Li. St L loSapulpa 1 10:40am. I lo:4iam.
Attorn nmjation I iOaaam. I ll:jm.
St. Louis express . ... j 4:10pm. j I lPpm.
Accouia.oJsiloa 7:12am 8:15am.
Through coaches from St. Louis to fapnlpa.
jl bUUUlKAoAs.t I'KXAs.
N .. .-v. i. . lilj.re.u 17 i 4:a ni
o iUudIjxi st-L. iT. i.x I S:. m
No. 3. Flyer 10:i0a"m
i u. SJ reigtat and Accommodation I It-.li in
.N.2 Mo. Ks. Jt Texas express ... 1 12:19 am
-Ne.t.Tsi. St. L.Jt Hannibal Ex. .. 10:20 am
No.G.FIyer I 5a)pm
So. as. freight and accommodation I li:lS P m
The Sunday hours of the posloflice
will hereafter be 10 to 11 a. m.; 4
to 5 p. m.
T1MTA CllUUtU UIBECTOUr.
il.K. Church south H .B.Greatlionse pastor;
-Sabbath school at 100 a. m.; preaching at 11
a. tn. and" p. m.; prayer meeting every Wed-
nesday evening. 'Jommnnlon service every
Presbyterian Church S. A. Caldwell pa.-
tor; preaching. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p.
m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; prayer meet-
ing Thursday nights.
Ongregatlonal Church Uev. ed Forrest
pastor; services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and
.. p. m.: Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.; Christian
Endeavor Society. 7 p. m.; Prayer meeting
very Wednesday evening.
W. C. T IT. Meets every Thursday at 3:0
s'eleck p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. M. Wheeler p-
tor; services every Sunday at 11 a m. and fju
p. m.: Sunday School at 10 a. m.; prayer meet-
ing. Wednesday. 7:30 p m.j teacher' mist-
ing Monday. 7:S0 p. m. singing at 8.
Clmrehf the Holy Ghost-Kev A. F. Ver-
savel. pastor. Mass and preaching each sec-
ond thltd and fourth Sunday at 10 JO a. m.
catechism at 10. Pastor now permanently
1 ocated In this city.
PIHALPHIAX LODGE. So. M. K.
of P. Meets every Tuesday even ng
In their castle hall at 7:30. Visiting
knights in good standing Invited.
. fi IP nnnct.it8. C. C.
J D. Blossor. K. ofE. andS.
VINITA CHAPTER. Eoyat Arch Masons
sieets first Wednesday In each month lsi-
or welcomed. M E. Miuobd. U. P.
W. X. Stismtt Sec.
A VIXITA LODGE XO. 5. A. F. A. M.
4L.Meet8 In Masonic Hall the first Satur-
VTday night In each month.
A ' T. E. Ksight. See.
Ouns BiUBr W. M.
VIXITA LODGE. XO. 18. 1. O.
O. F.. meets in Masonic ball on
Monday night or each week at
Ed Joses. Sec'T.
PCRITT CI1APTEE. O. E. S.. meets In Ma-
sonic ball first and third Thursday In each
month at 7t30o'clock p.m.
Rebecca SI. Swaik W. II.
U attic HcCis. Sec'y.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD meet sec-
ond and fourth Thursdays In each month In
W. W. Wjtid. C.C.
J. S. DATusroBT. Clerk.
Envelopes nt this office.
La mps at Y. W. Miller's.
City Jakery for "your bread.
janovouneeasels at Miller's.
Try Perfect Baking Powder.
Gold fish and globes at Burns'.
Best meal in toO s- J- Burns'.
For fancy groceries S o Chandler's.
The band bors have a' new teacher
Holiday books at CooV?s book store
fo to Chandler's for yor groceries.
Christmas can- and truils at
For fine flour go to J. A. Chandler
Crepe and tissue paper of all shades
Xice line of cheap buggy whips at
Go to Burns' for Xmas gifts in al-
most any line.
Finest furniture in the city is at
Miller's. A fact.
Mrs. Billingslga-feas moved her mil
lace orders at once for holiday
photos at Fowler's.
Beautiful china after dinner cof-
fees etc at Burns'.
' Hew lot of horse collars and collar
pads at Lee Barrett's.
A term of supreme court was set for
Monday at Tahlequah.
You can get anything that is print-
ed at CoolcV book store.
Lee Barrett invites an inspection of
&. single driving harness.
Give thanks and buy your Xmas
presents at Coaks' book store.
Toe finest line of groceries in the
city at J. A. Chandler & Co's.
Mail orders for job printing get very
prompt attention at this office.
At the "Vinita Meatfc Grocery Co's
18 pounds dry peaches for $1.00.
Do not fail to attend the entertain-
ment tomorrow night at the college.
Candy of every description made
fresh every day at the candy kitchen.
Buy one of those handsome pictures
elegantly framed at Y. W. Miller's.
John Duncan being now high
sheriff will move his family to Tahle-
.quah. Head the Vinita Meat & Grocery
tfa ad. in this paper. A change each
Miss Leila Cook gave a dinner party
thanksgiving day to a few of her
A child of Chas. Coats living a mile
or two cast of Adairdied Sunday last
Yes the roads are bad and the
weather cold; not worth while men-
Mrs. George Kecler has ben very
sick at her home at Bartlesvillc but is
Dr. Foreman lays the ground work
this week for the winter business.
Look at his ad.
Buy an organ and get one of those
self teaching charts free learn you to
play in thirty minutes.
There are people all over this coun-
try who have never complied with the
3hcrokee marriage law.
Prof. Amos at the College wishes
to employ a girl to do light house
work. Enquire at once.
You can buy 4 pounds of prunes for
25cts or 1C pounds for $1.00 at the
"Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
TheThankgiving ball was a very
pleasant affair but the attendance was
harJly so great as anticipated.
Dr. E. B. Frayser returned from his visit
to Atlanta Monday.
Arthur Oook was in from Clarcmore
spending Thursday with his folks.
-JlmChandlerandTom Hlgsins. of Mus-
kogee spent Thanksgiving day In Vinita.
Mr. Forrest's son. George arrived a few
days since from Iowa and will mako Vinita
Bud Weldon. of the Ft. Smith Elevator
ate Thanksgiving turkey with the ladle; of
the Congregational church.
C. D. -Markham was up Saturday on
business. He threatens to sell out or give
his store away If council don't let up.
P H. Baker who established the bottlln;-
works. came In a few days since. He has
been at Joplln the past season operating a
C. W. Poole and family came in from
Chelsea and spent Thanksgiving with their
old friends at Vinita. and of course were
J. II. Rollngcr and wife arc spending
some days at Parsons. Mr. Bollnger taking
the bookkeeper's place at Busby & Smith's
while that person is off getting married.
The academy held an entertainment
Thanksgiving eve which was voted
one of the cutest and pleasautest of
Dennis Hicks.is now in the shop 10
hours a day; first-class shoeing guar
antccd; try him. east side of track
Vinita 1. T.
There came within one of being a
fourth boy at Ed. Miller's Monday
morning 'twas a girl and its parents
are duly happy.
It is surprising the stylish costumes
Mrs. Ward at Badgett's is putting
up for the money. Ladies will do well
to call upon her.
Mrs. II. A. Galloway and Mrs. Alice
Anderson the latter Mrs. A. G. Peck's
sister have engaged in the drcss-mak-ing
business. See their card.
Haifa hundred or such a matter of
juveniles attended the doll reception
Saturday afternoon at the public
school. They were a happy lot in-
deed. Dr. Foreman's ad. appears this
week. He has a lot of very handsome
goods which will be sold before the
regular holiday opening at greatly re-
duced prices. Call on hini.
The Vinita Meat & Grocery Co. are
taking great pains to make their
prices as attractive as the interior of
theirstore. Look over their ad. and
then the store.
No use to get mad gentlemen be-
cause you get a bill; we shall have
more occasion to take offence if you
do not pay. Cash in advance is the
only way to conduct a newspaper.
Think that overcoat begins to look
seedy? Xapier the clothing man will
be here in a day or two with a line of
handsome samples and will take your
measure for a new one.
Chief Perryman of the Creeks was
found guilty in the impeachment pro-
ceedings of mal-admiuistration. His
term was out practically anil the pen-
alty is incapacity for holding office.
R. G. Hawkins was in Tuesday.
"While an even hundred of his hogs
had died with the plague he was re-
joicing that he had sold fifty or such
a matter before the disease struck
Another car load of flour just re
ceived at the Vinita Meatand Grocery
Co's. this week. This Is the best flour
shipped to the territory. The Spar-
tan patent they sell at 31.00 a hun-
dred and Jack Rabbit Uigh patent
Forsale One Behniug square piano.
Has been in use for several years but
in good state of piescrvation. Cost
originally $400; will sell for?150. Cash
iron time with approved security.
J. E. Campbell A lluw e I. T. 12-1 4
The report is current that Davis
Hill is to be appointed postmaster of
this city at the expiratiou of Mr.
Galloway's term on the 10th. This
will not be very welcome informa-
tion to a half dozen other applicants.
Napier the clothing man will be
here in a few days with a nice line of
samples including Mackintoshes for
ladies and gentlemen. Delay pur-
chasing and get well made well fitting
garments at the price of "hand-me-downs."
We are all used to liaving the in-
surance companies raise the pre-
miums but it nearly caused palpita-
tion of the heart a few days since
when G. W. Miller came around with
rebates for nearly every one from the
bank to RatclifTs.
The senate bill for the support of
the Advocate carries an appropriation
of f 5474. The editor's salary is SG00
while two English printers get $050
each. If Mr. Hud-on Is allowed to hire
whom he pleases and pay fair wages-
just as he paid on his Arrow he will
have $2600 to turn back into the
Tne ladies of the Congregational
church met with greater success than
they anticipated and arc more than
greatful to the people of the city for
their generous assistance and patron-
age. They cleared about $50 which
reduces the church debt to a very
small sum and can be secured by
Vinita city election: Mayor L. B.
Bell; council B. S. Landrum T. R.
Knight A. B. Nichols T. F. Thomp-
son F. L. Chouteau. Afton city elec-
tion: Mayor "James Lamar: council
W. II. Donaldson Tom Ballard J. D.
Kelley Wiley Melton Dr. James R.
Dawson. G. W. Wells was elected
marshal and George W. Taylor clerk.
A few buckets of compound lard
which we will close out at the follow-
3 pound bouckcts 25 cents.
5 pound buckets 30 cents.
10 pound buckets CO cents; at .T. A.
Chandler & Co's.
Q RECENT ADDITION to the
jMl bar of this city is Preston Davis
of Bentonville a son of Dr. Davis and
eleven or twelve years ago a resident
of this citj'. With his wife who Is a
daughter of Col. Sam Peel he has
moved here and will make Vinita his
permanent home and will be wel-
comed. Dr. Davis has moved to Re-
public Mo. the home of one of his
sons and has about abandoned the
practice of his profession. In addi-
tion to being a capital physician Dr
Davis was the most enthusiastic hun-
ter this town or any other ever saw.
5y5!SK! "?$$i-$; r- ti?S
3?53gSL S $$J:$ $5-r- . $$5;
Worcester Academy Vinita Ind. Ter.
One of the oldest institutions ot
learning in the Indian Territory is
Worcester Academy at Vinita. It
was founded in 18S2 and named in
honor of Dr. Worcester whose history
being a part of their own is well
known to the Cherokee people.
This institution has ever been an
honor to Vinita and the territory and
many men and women of inlluence re-
ceived their education there. As is
the case with all institutions of learn-
ing of the higher grade large amounts
of money have been furnished from
outside sources the principal giver be-
ing the Congregational Home Mission-
ary society which has paid more than
half the teachers' salaries for many
This is probably the reason more
than any other why the work has been
of such a high grade the outside help
making it possible to employ first class
There arc three courses of studies
offered: Latin English and bussines.
The Latin gives a thorough prepar-
ation for college that is to say for
entrance to a.first class college. The
Aldrich Cottage the Girls'
Q MARRIAGE of considerable
ifcl note was solemnized last Mon-
day evening at the home of the bride's
parents Rev. Mr. Greathousc in-
forming the ceremony that united the
happy couple. Mr. W. E. Rowsey and
Miss Eva Patton were the contracting
parties. Both are well known in Vi-
nita's social circles and deservedly pop-
ular and esteemed. Mr. Rowsey was
fori number of years at the head of
Willie Halscll college and made him-
self a name as an educator and as the
possessor of high scholarly attain-
ments. During his regime the college
prospered excellently and acquired a
most enviable reputation. He is now
clerk of the federal court at Miami
and as might be expected is winning
golden opinions in his new sphere of
usefulness. The charming woman
whom he has wedded is the daughter
of our fellow townsman Mr. W. C.
Patton one of Vinita's early mer-
chants and is a young ady of rare
womanly accomplishments of grace-
ful manner and rich intellectual en-
dowment. The marriage is a happy
one in ever' way and a host of good
wishes will follow them through life.
The bridal pair went northward on
their wedding tour.
fOR SOME TIME the faculty and
students of "Willie Halsell Col-
lege have been preparing an entertain-
ment which they believed would merit
the patronage and approval of all the
friends of the institution. The pro-
gram is now ready and it is to be
hoped that all who appreciate a high
class musical and elocutionary enter-
tainment will lend the encourage-
ment of their presence. The date is
Friday evening Dec 6 1895; the place
"Willie Halsell College chapel; the ad-
mission twenty-five cents; the object
to furnish a reception room for the
pupils their friends and visitors. You
are cordially invited to attend. Fol-
lowing is the program:
1. Piano Dcct Selected
Miss Ottllie Schmltz Mrs. Clara York.
2. Recitation Selected
3. "Xorman March"
Come Where the Wild Flowers Bloom"
Misses Hill Warren and Downing.
5. Kecitation- . "Shadows"
"The World is What We Make It"
Misses Schmltz and Downing
Messrs. Chapman and Splndler.
7. Piano Ddet Vlcclolo
Alice Cooper and Anna Cannon.
8. Solo "The Flower Girl"
9. Piano Solo 2nd Mazurka
Mrs. Clara K. York.
10. Scene "School for Scandal"
Fannie Mae Browning Lady Teazlo.
Mr. Dt'iibo Sir Peter Teazle.
11. Lorraino Waltz MandollnClub
12. Vocal Duet
"When You and I Were Girls"
Sadlo Hill and Ida Downing
13. Solo "Angel's Serenade"
Violin Obligato Mr. K. L. Splndler.
U. HarTest Drill.
16. Piano Duet.
"Tripping Through the Meadow"
Emma Sanger and Marlon Green.
18. Solo "The Bird Song"
19. "Slumber Song" Mandolin Club
20. Quartette ."Good Night. Gentle Folks"
Beggs' Tropical Oil will cure rheu-
matism sprains bruises and all deep
seated diseases where a powerful lin-
iment is required. Gyo it a trial and
you will use no other. It acts like
magic P. Shanahan has it for sale
and warrants every bottle.
course in itself Is equal in many in-
stances to the course of schools calling
The English course is especially de-
signed for those students who for some
reason do not intend to take an ad-
vanced course but who wish to be
thoroughly fitted for an ordinary busi-
Aside from the regular courses
especial attention has always been
given to music and elocution. The
Academy has three good pianos.
Owing to the growing tlcmaud for
more accommodations for boarding
students a steam heated structure
that accommodates fifty young lady
students was built and named AI-
drich cottage" in memory of its prin-
cipal giver toward its completion. This
is an clegantcommodious building and
the young ladies find it .a pleasant
home. tZJ 77"
fRecentiy through the kindness of
one of Vinita's business men the
principal was enabled to purchase
instruments and hasformed a brass
band;of.thc Academy boys. JJS3
Home Worcester Academy.
EV. NED FORREST has been
1 quite busy of late attending
marriages his list for the week em-
bracing: At the home of the couple
on Nov. 29 in compliance with the
laws of the Cherokee nation Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. McCIure; also at the same
time and place Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Armor. His next engagement was a
triple wedding at the home of L. R.
Cook Monday evening the parties be-
ing Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cook Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. It. Crozicr of Lawrence
Kansas and Mr. John II. West of this
city and Miss Ella I. Snyder of Law-
rence. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Crozicr
are daughters of Mrs. Hessie West
and John West is her son. The action
of the chief in vetoing the new mar-
riage law Tuesday made unnecessary
the haste but at the time of the wed-
dings such action was not contemplat-
ed. The parties very prujwrly folt
like saving their rights and will have
a warmer interest in the nation. All
is well that ends well and Mr. West
and his bride are to be congratulated
on the action of council bringing alxut
more speedily the consummation of
love's young dream.
TTOHN GILLIES probably the most
Q) popular railroad conductor west
of the Mississippi has been transfer-
red from the Monett and Sapulpa run
on the Frisco to trains two and three
Monett to St. Louis. Capt. Gillies
has a faculty of making everyone on
his train comfortable and at their case
and in that respect is in marked con
trast with the new man who just been
"set up'1 from a freight train. Peo
ple all the way from Monett to Sa-
pulpa will regret to lose "Scotty."
The public school pupils under tho
training of Miss Thompson and Miss
Harland gave a very creditable enter
tainment Monday repeating it Tues
rmiTCOMGREHtTIOMALCHCKCU DEC. 8.
Sunday School at 9:13 a. m.
Prcichlng st 11 a. in. Suhjtct "Go
At G:39 p. fa Christian Endeavor
At 7:30j). m. Subject "A Typical Clir:
Kkd Fokrest. Pastor.
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. Tho reason is
simple they do not do the work it
does. When you have chills try It.
Price 50 and "5 cents. Guaranteed to
cure. P. Shanahan.
The finest stock of goods in the
country is to be found at P. Shan
ahan's. He also has secured the sale
of Fleggs' Family medicines. Every
bottle warranted. They will give
Why "Will You Cough?
P. Shanahan your druggist asks
you why? You can be so easily cured.
Three doses of Beggs' Cherry Cough
Syrup will relieve you at once. We
guarantee every bottle and no monkey
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic Is
put up in 50 and "5 cent sizes. You
pay jour money and take your choice.
But whatever size you buy you can
rest assured that you are getting the
worth of your moiioy. It novor fails
to cure chills; It is guaranteed to do
so. P. Shanahan.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
dO YEARS THE STANDARD.
Marvelous Results. 1
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Liindcrnian of Diniondale Mich. we
are permitted to make this extract:
"1 have no hesitation in recommend-
ing Dr. King's new discovery as the
results "ere almost marvelous in the
ct8e of ni wife. While I was pastor
ot the Baptist church at Kiver Junc-
tion she was brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Ter-
rible paroxysms of couching would last
honrs with little interruption and it
sernied as if she could not survive
litem. A friend rrcomtnpnded Dr.
Kind's new discovery; it wn quick in
its work and highly satisfactory In
results." Trial bottles free at A YV.
Foreman's drug store. Regular size
50c. and $100
.1. 11. Hastings clerk of Delaware
district wishes to give notice that he
will be at the court house in that dis-
tricton the first Monday of each month
Parties liaving business with the clerk
will thiiHhavcan easy opportunity of
transacting the same. Postoflicc ad-
dress MayMrillo Ark 4t
Four Eie Successes.
Having the tieiMod merit to tnorc
ihan make goon all the advertising
claimed for Ihprn the lollnwiut; four
remedies have rearlieJ a phenomenal
sale: Dr. King's New Discovery lor
consumption coughs and colds each
bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters the
great remed for liver stomach and
kidneys. Biu-klen't Arnira Salve the
best in the world and Dr. King's New
Life Pill- vhiih are a perfect pill. All
those remedies are guaranteed to do
just what is claimed for them and the
dealer whose Dame is attached here-
Rith will ho glad to tell you more of
them. Sold at A. V. Foreman's drug
Nothing so distressing as a hacking
cough. Nothing so foolish as to suf-
fer from it. Nothing so dangerous if
allowed to continue One Minute
Cough Cure gives immediate relief. P.
Say why don't you try DeWitt's
Little Early Risers? These little pill's
cure headache indigestion and con-
stipation. The'ro small but do the
work. P. Shanahan
Acts at once never fails. One Min-
ute Cough Cure. A remedy for asth-
ma and that feverish condition which
accompanies a severe cold. The only
harmless r;medy that produces imme
diate results. P. Shanahan.
The healing properties of DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve arc well known. It
cures eczema skin atfectiofis and is
himply a perfect remedy for plies. P.
It Is a truth in medicine that the
smallest does that performs a cure is
the best. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are the smallest pills will per
form a cure and arc the best. P.
There arc many good reasons why
you should use One Minute Cough
Cure. There arc no reasons why you
should not if in need of help. The
only harmless remedy that produces
Immediate results. P. Shanahan.
The Most Wonderful Pill.
They relieve where all others fail.
They are called Beggs' Little Giants
and are rightly named. Eemcmber
the name and call for them at the
best store in town. P. Shanahan
P. Shanahan takes the lead in cv
crything. They have secured the ex
cluIvc sale of Beggs' Blood Purifier
and blood maker the most perfect
medicinp made. Try it for all blood
You Can't Cough
After taking 3 doses of Beggs' Cherry
Cough Syrup. 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. Shanahan
Xo use rtiunlng around asking
Smith Brown and Jones what to do
for your chills. Cheatham's Tasteless
Chill Tonic will cure you cure you
quickly and completely. Give it a
trial. Price 50 and "Scents. Guaran
teed. P. Shanahan.
The best shoemaker iii this country
is at Lee Barrett's harness shop. Call
and see his work and leave a measure.
Hunt's cure rapidly destroys itch
ringworm "eczema tetter and like
trouble. Under its inlluence the dis-
eased cuticle scales off leaving a
smooth white healthy skin in its
place. A wounderf til remedy and only
50 cents per box.
A. G. Biirtley of Magic Pa. writes:
I feel it a duty of mine to inform you
and the public that DeWitt's "Witch
Hazel Salve cured me of a very bad
case of eczema. It also cured my boy
of a running sore on his leg. P.
JOS. P. SCOTT f
Life J Fire Insurance j
SiS- AGENT. Ssc
Office in P. O. Bld'g. Vinita. d
Mrs. II. A. Galloway and Mrs.
Anderson have opened up dress-
making parlors at former's resi-
dence third door north bottling
works. Ladies would be pleased
to have you call and see us. dec
WiSTS. FOIt SALE LOST STKAIED STOLES
Each notice of the character Indicated not
exceeding nrty Wordu will be Inserted two
weeks under this heading for Fifty cents.
i..03wi;AJ'Mrormre nnl'! one Is dark
by. U; hands. 2 Tears old no marks or
brand; one back is if hand. hlKh. same aRe.
i.i!l n'l !:ew!";d- 10 each lor delivery
irank Dubois Echo. l.T. in-13
STKAYED-Ono lilocky. blaze face bar
n:re. 4 years old. IS l:di hlsh. no brands
bl" I fV1 m!r-' D!!!!V 3 J" 1. 13 hands
r..f ;.?' .VIViYNvVm1 ' "a' "eral reward for
return to . llllly Williamson. on WhltoOak 9
miles southwest of Vinita. 11-11
STIJ.VYEII A IiIukL- l..... -..!.. i ..
.. ....n ..itov mull- xt uamiN.
2 years last snrliis. branded on shoulder C
blntrhml. A 1 .-.. ....l.-l .--i i ..i.t. 7 V
Li 1 " ---" ' " .mil iviiuu spot-
ted cow. has brand on rlslit side and hip.
mark In rtelit ear. left Rrubb.il. Verr liber-
al reward fr Information. .Newt. Williams
vinita. I.T. i3i4
TAICKN'-Ur A bla-k lioj welpht IS lbs.
crop left .ear. two small sills in rlslit. taken
up on .Mrs. l.rownlnc's place northeast of
T VvVm!" vFS1. ''In aml W "an.
L.T. Williams Malta. H-li
In the IT. S. Commissioner's Conrt ht Vinita
In the sixth commissioners D!st .Northern
Dlst. orthelndlanTertltnrr ' i"nern
Kansas City Hay 1'resi Co. plaintiff.
M M. BraJIcr. .lfVml.nt
The defendant M. 31. nradley. Is warned to
appear in this Court within thirty davs and
answer the complaint or the plaintiff. Kansas
City Hay Press Co. K..dt U McCixc
Nov a. ISM. rj. S Commissioner.
Smith A Thompson. Atty for Plaintiff.
W. II. Kornegay. Atty. for non-resident.
In tho V. S. Commissioner's court at Vinita.
in the sixth commissioner!' Dlst. Northern
Hist. of tho Indian Territory.
.loseph Hunt. plaintiff. I
Wm. L. Gravlieal. defendant. I
Tho defendant. Wm. Ij.lrayhoal.U warn-
ed to appear in this court within tldrty days
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff
Joseph Hunt. lt()DT. I. McCLOltE.
Dec. 4. 1MB. IT. S. Commissioner.
Turner & Ilurckhalter. Atty's for plaintiff.
W. II. Tlbbils. Atty. for non-resident. H-17
TR. Q. R. HILL
Physician and Obstetrician.
Up-stairs in Raymond Building.
Vinita Ind. Ter.
"TVR. L. D. CRAWFORD
Phymcian and Surgeon
Office in Opera House Building.
Vinita Ind. Ter. sg29
DONOHOO M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
12-27-Ol. AFTON IND. TER.
Office in Raymond Building
over Millinery Store.
All kinds or Dental Work Executed with neat-
ang'J nesa and dispatch.
TR. O. R. GRIFFITH
DEN $$1 TIST
Rooms 14 and 1G Hill Building
Jons D. TcnNER.
rpTJRNEK & BUROKHALTER
- Attorneys and Codssellors
Rooms 3 and I Gray-Halsell nid'jr.
VINITA . - - IND TER.
Will practice in tho U.S. Conrts of the xr-
uian it-rruury ami ai r i. nmun. Arc anu in
the Supreme Court of the United States.
rR. T. T. WIMER
Practice limited to Eye Ear Nose and Throat.
Oace in Old Opera Handing. tngti
JIT P.IIAYXES 8 27
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vinita - I. T.
Calls promptly attended to night
R. A. M. OLINKSOALES
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office np stairs in Raymond building. Ileal
dence between the two churches at the Ilr
Piles and other Rectal troubles a specialty.
R. W. W. BRYAN
ids Olaremobe Ind. Ter.
With J. S. Thomason Vinita Ind Ter
Spectacles and Eyezlaases accurately fitted
according to the Best Approved Scientific
TEN'IISTRY Practiced inallitade-
-J tails by
CHAS. W. DAY D. D. S.
Permanently Located at Vinita I.T.
Office in new Patton building back
of Dre. Fortner & Bagby. dec 8
PORTXEK & BAGBY
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
VINITA C. N.
Office in new Patton building np
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
Office in Patton Bld'g VINITA I. T.
Will practice lu all the United States Courts
Augu of the Indian Territory.
JAMES S. DAVENPORT
DAVID A. FRAYSER
ATTORNE YS-AT.L A V
Raymond Bld'g. Vinita I. T.
Practice In United States and Cherokee Courts.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC LOAN BROKER
Special attention srlven gpren to trial of suits.
Always reedy to answer your questions and
reply to your inqnirles.
-Office In Opera Uuld'g. VINITA I. T.
OHEPARD. GROVE & WILSON
Palton Building. Vinita I. T.
V . x.i.-iCjij
C5 Oil A XTTTTHT TV
Will practice in all State and Fedtral Courts
uriminai rractic a specialty.
Hill Building Rooms 6 and S. Vinita I. T-
'jiiltlii f E dSi
AT RATCLIFF S
Will be Santa Claus Headquarters.
But you will Need Many Goods Before the
Watches ande$Lf Jewelry
You can save money by buying now.
Is the most extensive in the Indian Ter-
ritory and I always employ a skilled
pharmacist to put up prescriptions.
A. W. FOREMAN Vinita Ind. Ter.
People's Meat Market
EAST OF TRACK.-
J. H. BAILEY Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats
Lard and Everything to
Tempt the -A.ppeti.te.
J. B. & G. H. SPANGLE
A good lamp complete 25 cts.
Others clear along- up to 10.00.
Box Paper from the cheapest
grade to the finest linen.
Dolls Plush Cases and many ar-
ticles of such character now in
stock will be sold at about half
price of new stock and are per-
Queen City Business College
Incorporsted under the Laws of Missouri.
Ill one of the largtst and best eanliiMd
schools or the kind and the only school In
the state outside orst. Lonls te.ehlne by in?
KS'-'a nVCHtnsI B"" from thS'sSri tS
the end ol the conrse Write Tor eatalnzna
f linB fall particular iu r.Vird u me tK
best and most natural method of teaching
f SJ1.!1 ." "V? tJPewr.iln Students-tanKh t
to take dictation on the typewriter and cl.en
actual work to do aollclledlrom business men.
lor catalogue and full particulars address
decl2 W. L. MDSIOK Prinoipal.
G. W. COLLINS
Is running two
..Drays 3 and 4
and solicits hauling- of
every kind. Baggage
orders get quick atten-
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