The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 6, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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Parlor and Bedroom Suits and Furniture of every description at W W. Miller's. Full liiie 6f Coffins and Caskets.
Vixita End. Tee. Feb. 6. 1896.
Local Railroad Time Tables.
jT. LOUIS & SAX FRANCISCO RAILWAY.
ti. St L. toSspoliia ..
(ABIUTK. J DEPAB1
4:.Jpm. 4 CSfin.
THrough coaches ftom St. Louis to Sa)ula.
Jll.NSUUUI KANSAS rEXAo.
l. u.it l. isxpren..
lUnnliial St.L.. 4T. Ex.
3:S0 p m
So. 5. Fljer 110:20 a ni
Xa.M freight audAccommoJatlou 1 12:1s p m
Sa.2 Mo. lis. Texas expreta ... 1 12:19 am
No..Tr. St. L.Jfc Hannibal Ex. .. llOrWam
Mo.6. Flyer I 6:30pm
So. 18 freight and accommodation 1 12:15 p m
Tlie Sunday hoars of the posl office
Till hereafter be 10 to 11 a. m ; 4
to 5 p. m.
T1XIT1 CHL'UtH lHUtCTOUl.
Jl.U.Charch south II. B.Grealaoase pastor;
Jabbalb school at 10:00 a. m.; preaching at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; prayer meeting everj Wed-
acaday evening. ;ommnnlon aairlca erery
Presbyterian Church S A. Caldwell pas-
tors preaching Sundays at II a. m. and 7 p.
a.; aanday school at lu a. m.; prayer meet-
i eg Thursday nights.
Ccnrrecatlonal cnuren itev. ea rorresi
?aator:eerrlceeierySondayatll a m. and
p. St. : Sunday School at 9:t5 a.m. ; Christian
Endeavor Society. 7 p m.; Prayer meeting
rery Wednesday evening.
YT. C. T U. Meeta every Thnrsday at 3:30
Velock p. m.
Baptist Chnrch Eev. J M. Wheeler pas-
tor; services every Sunday at 11 a m. and 7:30
r. m.: Snnay Sctioul at 10 a. m.; prayer meel-
Df. Wednesday. 70 p m.; tacnr'a meet-
Inj Monday. 7:30 p. m. alnglnc at 8
Chnrch or the Holy Ghost Eev A. F Ter-
a av.l. pastor iless and preaching each sec-
ond thlid and fenrth Sunday at 10 JO a m.;
catechism tt 10. Paster now permanently
located In tbla city.
PHIALPIUAX LODGE. J.0. 14 k.
or P. Meets every Tuesday evening
In their castle halt at 7:30 Visiting
knights In good standing Invited.
G W. Douglass C. C.
J D. Blossor. K orit. andb.
VINITA CHAPTER. Royal Arch Masons
meets first Wednesday In each month Visi-
tors welcomed. M E. alu-roso. (I. P
W X. Stisxett Sec.
a YIXITA LODGE NO. 5. A. F. 4 A. M.
Meets In Masonlo Hall the first Satur-
V day night in each month.
T. R. Ksight. See.
Outii Bagbt W. M.
VINITA LODGE. NO. 18. 1. O.
O.F.. meets In Masonic hall on
Monday nlgbt or each week at
J. T. Bbackiit u.
Ed Joxu. Sec'y.
PURITX CHAPTER. O. E. S.. meets In Ma-
sonic hall first and third Thnrsday In each
month at 7 JO o'clock p. m
Sib tec A 11. Swaik W. M.
M ATTia McCais. Sec'y.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD meet sec-
ond and fourth Thursdays in each month In
W. W. Wahd. C. C
J. S DAVEsroKT. Clerk.
Cheap Land for Sale.
Mr. W. C Pattern offers far sale bis farm at
Roclc creek (Patton's switch) consisting of
660 acres well fenced and having 2 two story
houses of land 6 rooms. 1 smaller house 2
barns granary holding 10.000 bushels hay
sued 60 or 70 feet in size large tool house. 4
or 5 stock lots small orchard 2 wells plat-
form scale corn mill and everything re-
quired to successfully conduct a large farm.
The land Is the best In that country. Will
be sold at a bargain less than cost of im-
provements. Address W. C. Patton Vlnlta
Ind. Tcr. 18-23
City Bakery for your bread.
J. T. Gunter has Texas red seed oats
Ton want a sewing machine iree?
Then call at Juo. C Gray'
Oat meal 5 cents a package at the
Tinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
Mail orders for job printing get very
prompt attention at this oflice.
Battle ax tobacco 20 cents per pound
at the Vinita Meat & Gro. Co's.
If you-want bargains in dry goods
and groceries go to J no. C. Gray's.
Five cent a package for oat meal at
the Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
A lean-to shed for sale cheap; good
roof and sides. Call at the Academy.
Gray Is still buying chickens eggs
aucks and turkeys and paying highest
Our oat meal deal is now on; 5 cents
a package at the Vinita Meat & Gro-
The checks with which to make the
Delaware payment will be forwarded
from Washington today.
W. P. McCiellan spent Saturday in
Vinita on his way home from his
farm in Cooweescoowec district.
Bert Curry cne of the graduates of
the academy last jear has entered
school there again and will take spec-
Miss Nona Ilarland has been ap-
pointed teacher of the Catoosa nation-
al school Miss Mamie Gore having de-
clined the appointment.
Col. Downing addressed a packed
house at the Congregational church
Friday night the occabion being a
special meeting of the W. C. T. TJ.
Miss Mamie Gore the accomplished
daughter of Judge Jonathan Gore of
Bluejacket was married yesterday to
Mr. McKenzie so we are informed.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
hurch will give a dime social at the
home of Mrs. Ilatcliff Friday even-
ing Feb. Uth. Everybody cordially
The boys are fitting up a "blue
room" in the McCiellan block in ele-
gant slyle for the accommodation of
the young men's social club organized
The enterprising law firm of Turner
& Burckhaltcr are presenting mem-
bers of the bar and others with a very
neat court docket this week printed
at this office.
A pound social was given last week
by the Presbyterian people for the
benefit of Mrs. Allen. The lady wa
the recipient of a goodly supply of the
necessaries of life.
The court of claims has rendered a
supplemental decree in the .Shawnee
case that is satisfactory to the Shawnee-
and as soon as the census can be
taken the payment will be made.
Mrs. Nannie Chouteau wife of John
Chouteau of this city died at their
home in the south part of town last
Wednesday and was buried the fol-
lowing day from the Methodist church.
Those desiring to secure flax seed
for sowing will please send in their
names and amount likely to be want-
ed so 1 can make my order.
C. A . Speeii Agt.
22-2J The Oswego Seed & Grain Co.
Mat Yocum of Oolagah was among our
visitors this week.
T. A. Sanson a member of the Muskogee
bar is attending court here this week.
Lewis Frayser.who is to be assistant post-
master arrived from Virginia last week.
Ex-Senator Llndsey's pleasing counte
nance is seen upon our streets this week.
Bud Weldon. of the Fort Smith Elevator
was on our streets a Jay or two last week.
Miss Tialllo Thompson returned last
week from a months stay among friends at
C. L. Mooro and W. II. Curtis of Afton.
are serving Uncle Sam here this week in the
capacity of jurors.
Capt- Lee B. Smith of Cowskln prairie. Is
noticed In the pannel of grand jurors la
Judge Springer's court.
J. O. Starr and T. S. Ilemson two popular
citizens of Grovcwere In the city Friday and
made this office a social call.
Mr. Milford and ramify returned from
Florida Monday night via New Orleans and
Houston after a very pleasant winter out-
ing. E. X. Iiatcliff JlTcr. Co. have just re-
ceived a beautiful line of while goods real
hand-made Torchon lace cambric nain-
sook and Swiss embroideries separate or
in lots. They are sliowing all the latct-t
novelties in tlicsc goods and al astonislting-
ly low prices. They have arranged with
Jtss Carrie Fayant of Lebanon JTo. to
take charge of the millinery department
which they will add to their business at
once. Coining to us as slic docs with sucli
high references they feel confident that in
the future the ladies can ahcaysjind in her
department all the high class novelties and
staples vsually kept in a first class milli-
nery establishment. Slie will visit the
leading markets this season and personally
select tlic entire line of millinery.
E. X. Jlatcliffjrer. Co.
A lodge of F. A. A. M. was insti-
tuted by L. A. Bell D. D. G. M. for
the five civilized tribes at Ilayden I.
T. January 3 to be kuown as Milton
It. L. Collins retired lasfweek from
the editorship of the Leader. Mr.
Collins has been suffering considerably
of late with his eyes which was the
cause of his retirement from the news-
James Lewis and a child of Tosh
Jackson died at Afton this week.
Ben Mrs. Ingram'slittleboy was very
6lck last week but is now out of dan-
ger. Miss Dellon Duncan is very ill
at her home south of Afton.
Call at the star meat market when
you want to get good beef steak pork
mutton veal bologna butter and
eggs pigs feet kraut head cheese
etc Highest cash price paid for hides
and furs. John W. Ellison Prop.
Mr. II. A. Paul or Springfield Mo
has leased the Hotel Cobb and took
charge of that popular hostelry Mon-
day. Mr. Fred Shcrbel of Aurora a
young man who understands all about
hotel management is chief manager.
De "Witt Clinton Hall son of James
O. Hall of this city died at the farm
near Adair Tuesday night or pneu-
monia and was brought home to Vi
nita for burial. The funeral will
occur today. The family has the sym
pathy of the community in their
The "Katy" is erecting a crane for
coaling engines at the yards which is
certainly a great improvement over
the hand-and-shovel process in vogue
here so long. The huge buckets
being put iu now will hoist a ton or
more at a lime greatly facilitating
the work and saving time.
One of the county lines being run by
the U. S. surveyors v ill come within
six miles of Claremore. s that will
throw the other line eighteen miles the
other side of them it will about pass
between Chelsea ind the city of David.
Vinita will be nearly the same dis-
tance from county lines on two sides
The prosincssof the closing week of
Judge Springer's court at Muskogee
was relieved by a tight between Cliff
Jackson the U. S. attorney who was
trying a railroad case and Boss Hhack-
elford. Cliff indulged in an allusion
to Judge Shackelford who was exam-
ining a witness which suggested
"clown" and which Ross promptly
Kev. is. J. Crawford and one of the
Wattscs passed through Vinita Sun-
day on their return from Washing-
ton where they have been since the
assembling of congress iu tho interest
of the Watts citizenship association.
W.J. Watts and Col. Hubbard re-
main at the capital to watch the pro-
ceedings and if possible shape legis-
lation for the benefit of the intruder
element in this country.
CASE that has drug along in the
1 court here since the Septem
ber term 18'J3 was settled by arbitra-
tion on Saturday last. The suit was
brought by C. "W. Poole of Chelsea
against William Gulager of Tahle-
nuah for a half interest in an improve-
ment two miles south of Adair owned
by Gulager. Poole and Gulager some
three or four years ago were in business
at Adair and were burned out. Gul-
ager attended to the financial end of
the business and Poole alleged in his
suit that he believed that Gulager
made the improvement out of the
proceeds of the business and that he
believed the same to be worth 31500.
The arbitrators did not take that view
of the case after hearing all the facts
but decided that Gulager wa3 entitled
to his improvement and in addition to
it 270 of the insurance money Sfi70.
iu all on deposit iu the Vinita bank.
C. V. Rogers R. Lee Comers and A.
H. Norwood were the arbitrators.
tjIpHE FAYETTEVILLE NEWS of
iP last week says: "About forty
convicts from Fort Smith occupied a
car on the north bound train yester-
day afternoon to be forwarded to pris-
ons in Detroit and Albany. A jollier
and more hilarious set of vagabonds
never fattened ou government rations
than this motly crowd of rogues. A
large force of students collected uudcr
the windows of the car and guj ed them
unmercifully. The train pushed out
and as the cars rolled away a score of
arms were put out of the window and
the hats of a number of the jeering
cubs were lifted from their heads and
carried away to adorn the cranium of
as many cut throats."
rjlpHE FRIENDS of Carlos nurd in
i this town will be pleased to
learn that Mr. Hurd won the prelim-
inary contest in oratory at Drury col-
lege last week and will represent that
institution at Kansas City in the state
contest iu March. The subject of the
young man's oration that won for him
the distinction above mentioned was
"Principle vs. Party" and from a
Sprinticld paper we glean the follow-
ing: "Principle vs. Party" was the win-
ning oration by Carlos F. Hurd. The
composition was a most notable part
of his oration. His delivery was in a
clear deep voice and he was heartily
applauded by le audience. The
closing exercise by B. T. West was
very near Mr. Hurd. He has a very
slow but good voice. At the close
the judges awarded the honors to Mr.
Hurd to represent Drury at Kansas
City March 27.
Carlos nurd is a graduate of Wor-
cester academy and while attending
school here during vacation and at
odd times learned the printer trade in
this office. He won the medal in a
"Demorest contest" in this city a year
or two ago.
tEORGE MALE DON who has re-
sided in Fort Smith above 20
years left that place last week and
moved to a farm in "Washington coun
ty where he intends to spend the re-
mainder of his days in less exciting
pursuits than in .the past. This man
has the distinction of the. greatest
hangman on earth having hanged at
Fort Smith 83 men a greater number
than any man now living fran the
proceeds of which lie expects tolivc in
retirement the remainder of his life.
All these men received their death
sentence from Judge Parker who has
passed the death sentence on more
people than any living judge having
jurisdiction over the largest criminal
court in the United States which em-
braces the Indian Territory from
whence most of the criminals come.
Maledon was formerly a Union soldier
and becamesomewhatcallous tosuffer-
ingand death before he went into the
hanging business. He has told the
writer that he felt no compunction of
conscience in hanging people and
merely quit the business because he
was getting old and had-made enough
to live on the remainder of his days.
WEST POINT SCHOOL twelve
miles northwest of this city
closed a very successful four months'
term last Friday under the tutorage of
Prof. Purvis. The patrons of the
school express themselves as being ex
ceedingly well pleased witli the meth
ods of Prof. Purvis in conducting their
school. A tabulated statement show-
ing the grading and standing of each
pupil is received at this office and it
is regretted that for lack of space we
cannot print it in full but it certainly
speaks well for both teacher and pa-
trons. EV. NED FORREST formerly
s pastor or mo uongregationai
church here came in from Vinita Sat-
urday n ight and spent the Sabbath in
this city. He filled his old pulpit Sun-
day evening preaching to one of the
largest congregations that has ever
assembled in the church. Ned For-
rest was always a favorite here and he
is sure of a warm welcome when he
returns. El Reno Globe.
LETTER FROM A FRIEND
over at Chelsea contains the
startling information that the U. S.
surveyors have discovered that Coffey-
vllle Kansas; is in the Cherokee na-
tion and that the invincible Col. Black-
well has already staked the town off
and set up a claim there. The thing
that Coffeyville wants to know now Is
"where she Is at."'
Lost or Stolen
Two blue ticked female foxhounds
and one bird dog all about one year
old each. Reasonable reward for in-
formation that will lead to the recov-
ery of one or all. Taken from Vinita
I. T. G. S. White.
F1RT COtOStnaTloXAL CIIDRCII riB.
Sunday Sclioel at 9:15 a. m.
At II a. m Heme Missionary Hilly. Sub-
ject: "The Great Seed or the World." .n
offering far Home Missions will be secured at
At 6:30 p. m The Christian Endeavor So-
ciety will hold their anniversary . A special
program will be given. An hour ol music
song and recitation.
At 7:30 p. in. .subject: "A Companion of
Foola." A sermon for the people who live In
Kao FoiiKHT. Pastor.
Corn is selling at 15 cents.
L. B. Smith of Cowskln was In our city
The hitch In the matter of tho Delaware
payment is causing somo of our merchants
to look blue.
A Change took place Tuesday In tho
management of the Fairland hotel a family
from Kentucky taking charge.
The union scrIco at the Baptist church
under the united efforts of Revs Ilogan and
Ilrowning are progressing nicely. Conter-
sions are reported each night.
Our graded school under tho manage-
ment of Prof. Kodgcrs Is doing much good
aud tho gentleman is giving satisfaction as a
The Fairland Xcws which has been tem-
porarily suspended will resume publication
In the near future.
Notwithstanding tho hard times our
streets are crowded dally with farmers
wagons and our merchants report a very
O. A. Smith departed Monday for Afton
where he goes to take a position as salesman
for F. M. Crowell.
J. W. Chandler the teacher for the Pral-
rlo City publicschool. will move his family to
that place having rented out his place north
Angel and Kuncau have their new ferry
Ixiat In operation and ha o considerably Im-
proved their road leading to the crossing be-
tween this place and Seneca.
Henry Hunt and Miss Edmoudoti wero
married last Sunday at the parsonage Itev.
John Connolly returned from his trip
Tuesday having carried a lot of horses south
fortrado He reports tho price of horses
The Cherokee Mining Co. havo their der-
rick up aud will commence boring for oil
east of town ns soon as their machinery ar-
ries and contemplate going down 2JM0 feet.
They have one drill running prospecting for
lead near I'rairle Ulty. which is under con-
tract to drill seven thousand feet. They
have already sunk three holes each 1M feet
but they are very reticent as to what the
prospects are. or what d Iscot cries have been
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Tou Can't Cough
After taking 3 doses of Beggs' Cherry
Cough Syrup. It is one of the most
wonderful remedies ever put on the
ma'ket for coughs aud colds. Sold
and warranted by our popular drug-
gist P. Shanahan
Don't invite disappointment by ex-
perimenting. Depend upon One Min-
ute Cough Cure and jou have immed-
iate relief. It cures croup. The only
harmless remedy that produces Im-
mediate results. P. Shanahan.
P. Shanahan takes the lead in ev-
erything. They have secured the ex-
clusive sale of Beggs' Blood Purifier
and blood maker the most perfect
medicine made. Try it for all blood
50 doses for 50 cents. Is the same
size of other St bottles and money re-
funded if Dr. Shiiiiioiu Cough Syrup
fails to give entire satIfaction. Try
It; costs nothing if not vuUlled.
Soothing healing cleansing. De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the ene-
my to sores wounds and piles which
it never fails to cure. Stops itching
and burning. Cures chapped lips and
cold-sores in two or three hours. P.
It not only is so itmustbe so. One
Minute Cough Cure acts quickly and
that's what makes it go. P. Shan.i-
The Most "Wonderful Pill.
They relieve where all others fail.
They are called Beggs! Little Giants
and are rightly named. Remember
the name and call for them at the
best store in town. P. Shanahan
Docs It pay? Yes because in case
Dr. Simmons Cough Syrup fails to
cure or give satisfaction the purchase
money Is refunded. Try a bottle
J. W. Pierce Republic la. sajs: "I
have used One Minute Cough Cure in
my family and for myself with results
so entirely satisfactory that I can
hardly find words to express myself as
to its merit. I will never fail to rec-
ommend it toothers on every occasion
that presents itself." P. Shanahan.
A high liver with a torpid liver will
not be a long liver. Correct the liver
with DcWitts LitllcKarly Riscrs.little
pills that cure dyspepsia and constipa-
tion. 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 Heggs' Family medicines. Every
bottle warranted. They will give
Do Babies Cry for it?
No! They more often die for the
want of it. Dr. Mmmons Cough
Syrup is guaranteed to cure croup
whooping cough colds coughs aud
bronchial affections of the throat
chest and lungs and falling the pur-
chase money is refunded. Sample
bottle free. SO doses for 50 cents.
Quick in effect heals and leaves no
scar. Burning scaly skin eruptions
quickly cured by DeWitts Witch
Hazel Salve. Applied to burnsscalds
old sores It is magical in effect. Al-
ways cures pile. P. Shanahan.
"Why Will You Cough?
P. Shanahan jour 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
"The Lord helps those that help
themselves" but If you die without
making an effort to procure a bottle
of Dr. Simmons Cough Syrup why its
your own fault especially when Its
sold under a positive guarantee and
50 full doses for 60 cents. Try a free
One Minute Cough Cure touches the
right spot. It also touches it at the
right time If you take it when you have
a cough or cold. Sec the point? Then
don't cough. P. Shanahan.
Beggs' 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
and warrants every bottle.
"Give me a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world" said a genius.
The druggist handed him a bottle of
DcWitt's Little Early Uisersthe fam-
ous little pills. P. Shanahan.
Lord ltramweir I'iriy.
The late bishop of Winchester is said
to have possessed among his many
otherqualities that of sarcasm. A good
story is told of n relort he mnile to the
lute Lord Bramwcll who meeting him
on his wny back to his room to take off
his robes after reading prayers iu the
house of lords apologised for having
been aVJsentfrom the ceremony. "When
1 Kneel down it gies me palpitation of
the heart" said Lord linuuuell; "and
it would not be respectful for me to sit
or stand while your lordship was pray-
ing." Bishop Thorold perhaps know-
ing almost as much about the old
baron's sanctity as did Lord Bramwcll
himself answered In measured tones:
"Pray do not mention it. Lord Bram-
vi ell! I am sure jour lordship can be
equally dctout whether you are stand-
Pig kneeling or sitting I will not say
lying!" The playful old judge after-
aitls inquired who had read prayers
that afternoon and on being told re-
marked with a sparkle In his eyes:
"He's a (sharp fellow." Household
JOHN C. GRAY
Don't have to meet compe-
tition because he has no
competition he sells so low
that competion is knocked
away a new
Singer Sewing Machine
To our Customers.
Call at our Store...
and learn Particulars
As to Prices our Goods just read thus:
Prints S .05
A good Suit for Gents 3.00
A Good Overcoat for 3.00
Best Oil Cloth per jard 15
Ladies' Hose a world beater
goes at 6 1-4
Misses' Hose 05
Stoneware per gallon 05
Gallon Apples and Apricoti .25
Can Corn 5 cans for 25
These prices are
Highest price paid for
JOHN C. GRAY
Vinita Ind. Ter.
rR. a R. HILL
Physician and Obstetriciah.
Up-slairs in Raymond Building.
Vinita Ind. Ter.
i"r. l. d. crawford
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Opera House Building.
Vinita Ind. Ter. aussa
DONOHOO M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
12-27-9L AFTON IND. TER.
Office in Raymond Building
over Millinery Store.
All tliiJs or Dental Work Evurutril with neat-
an 0 nrbs and dispatch.
DR. O. R. GRD7FITH
DEN 5855 TIST
Rooms 14 and 16 Hill Building
Jaui B. IScrckiialtir.
TURNER & BUROKHALTER
Attorneys and Counsellors
Rooms 3 and 4 Grav-IIalsell B'.d'g.
VINITA ... IND. TEB.
Will practice In tbe IT. S. Courts or the In-
dian Territory and at Ft. Smith. Ark and in
the Supreme Court of the United States.
With J. S. Thomason Vlnlta. Ind Ter
Spectacles and Eyeglasses accurately fitted
according to the Best Approved Scientific
Vinita I. T.
T7" S. STANFIELD
Will practice In all State and Federal Courts.
Criminal 1'racllca a Specialty.
Hill Ilulldln; Rooms 0 and 8. Vlnlta I. T
yn. W. W. BRYAN
Claremore Ind. Ter.
R. A. M. OLINKSOAIiES
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
VINITA. I. T.
Office up stairs In Raymond building. Resi-
dence between the two chnrches at the Dr.
Tiles and other Rectal troubles a specialty.
DENTISTRY Practiced in all its de-
CHAS. V. DAY. D. D. S.
Fcrmancntly Located at Vinita I. T.
Ollice in npw Patton building bark
of Dra. Fortner & Bagby. dec 8
to selling below other
have determined to give
Granulated Sugar. 17 lbs
Oat Meal 4 pk'gs 25
Best Wooden Bucket 19
A Good Bucket 14
Pure Apple Vinegar 20
Pail Syrup 60
17 lb. Bucket Jelly 50
Star and Horse Shoe 40
Battle Ax 20
strictly for cash.
Chickens and Turkeys.
PORTXEK & BAGBT
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
VINITA C. N.
Office in new Patton bnilding up
jf" T. HAINES 8 27
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vinita - I. T.
Calls promptly attended to night
rR. T. T WIMER
Practice limited toEyr.Ear Nose and Throat.
Office In Old Oiera Building augr--
TTf H. KORNEGAT
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
Office in Patton Bid's VINITA I. T.
Will practice In all the United States Courts
Aue9 or tbe Indian Territory.
JAMES S. DAVENPORT
DAVID A FRAYSER
ATTORNE YS-AT-LA W
Raymond BId'g. Vinita I. T.
Practice In United States and Cherosee Courts.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC. LOAN BROKER
Special attention given given to trial of salts.
Always ready to answer your questions and
reply to your Inquiries.
Office In Opera Bald's VINITA I. T
JK. C. I). .MEREDITH
Permanently located at Vinita I.T.
Enquire at Blackwell's stables north
' side Main street.
Davison & Wheat
The wido-awake contractors
can he found
South of P.G. Browning's
Opposite Vinita Hotel.
Where we are prepared to do all
kinds of shop work. Will have
also a first class uphoUteror at our
servico. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Estimates on all work
Notioe of Llenholder's Sale.
To JosErn McKf.nzie:
You will take notice that the undersigned
will cauo to Ik- xiid for cash In hand nt pub-
lic outcry to thu hlghet bidder. In front of
tho poMofllce In thctownof Vlnlta. Ind. Ter..
at 2 o'clock p. m.. on Saturday l'cli. 22. 1W6.
one. roan mare one bay mare one roan year-
ling oolt. the property of Joseph McKenzie.
to satisfy a lien on said stock for Its keeping
in fa Mir of Jus. K .lenks. and the costs of
tills sale. This Dec. 5. IS'X.
Sl-31 Jas. E. Jenks.
An Excellent Roast Coffee
White House Flour absolutely the best
3-Crown Raisins per lb
Dry Salt Bacon
Excellent Breakfast Bacon
Stoneware all kinds perg-allon . . .
Cranberries per gallon
Lemons per dozen
Table'Peas per lb
Castor Oil Axle Grease
Rolled Oats per package
Canned Corn per can .
Dried Prunes per lb
Hand Picked Nany Beans per lb
Pure Buckwheat Flour
Manhattan Baking Powder; per lb
Perfect Baking Powder "
Royal Baking Power
Try Our Teas
Eupion Oil best per gallon
Kraut per gallon
Pickles per gallon I
F. W Strout's Pure AddIc Vinegar
These Prices are for Cash Only
. . I Mod HRfflDk Co.
I Vinita I. T. 1
PONT GET LEFT
THE KATY FLYER
A NEW FAST TRAIN
THE NORTH AND EAST
ALSO TO TEXAS AND
East of Track
Try me on for a square
Terms t'asli Get Estimates
. ... . .
.. . .
per box .. . .
G. W COLLINS
Is running two
..Drays 3 and 4
and solicits hauling of
every kind. Baggage
orders get quick atten-
tion. Apr x
Gunter & Smith
General Livery Stable.
They have the besl rigs In tlie Cher
okce Nation ami their prices are reas
onaulenlwajs. Careful attention to
J. B. & G H. SPANGLE
f Eaam 'I
Wii"T 1 la
People's Meat Market
EAST OF TRACK.-
J. H. BA1LE Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats
Lard end Everything to
Tempt tlie .Appetite
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 6, 1896, newspaper, February 6, 1896; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71423/m1/3/ocr/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.