The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 10, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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Local Railroad Time Tablet.
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po.n Hannibal St.L. AT. Ez
fa fit Kt tight ml Accommodation
(sij p m
jr. . 1 1
o.i Mo. Ke. ATexaeeiprfte ...
o.4Tx8t.I.& Hannibal Ks...
o As freight end accommidsllon
JT. LOUIS SAN MANOloCti ttAIMrAT.
fain 205 welt milt. .
fain zoo salt mall. .
ar CilO dtp 1:0) a. m.
too xxi wett local .
Wain llOeatt local.
rillAMMUAN LODOK. Mo. II. K.
or 1. Meete ettry Tnetilay evening;
In their eattla hall at 7i Vltltlnr
knights In goodstsndlnglntlted.
AudOarSciiLiacKKii. G. O.
J. D. Blotter K of II. and B.
VINITA CIIAt'TKH lloyel Arch Uatont
eeta aeeonil Friday in each month. Vial -
raweioomeu. m c. uiLrouD u. r.
B K WALKin.Bec.
VIMITA LOIIQK NO. . A. r. A A. tl.
Meett In MatonloHall the flrtlStlnr
day night Io each month.
J. It Hi.iniK. w it.
Vf. MitLtn See.
viuit. t onnv v.i tm t n
wtfmSk O. V. metta afcore Thomiiton'a
Kafe'aTaamF atoreon Monday night ol each
'JjUpij week etTiJO o'efock;.
KuilK.Sfe'y. W. J.HonHiTT N 0.
CUUITV UlIAlTKIt. O. B. 8. meeta In Ma
nia hall nret and 'third 'Ihortdey In each
mm at 7i9U o'clock p. m.
Mm. A. I. Il.lt. W. it.
tBICOAlI. Bwaih Beo'y.
'IUVUUIMI Mm AI1C IIUHhUi 1UQV. HO'
.land fourth Thoredajra In each month In
Vnnniltfu nwnx.M imiiiI n -- ....
onio nan u n.uTu. u.
Ill tilt til AM) SOCIKTI UlUKCTOItr.
i.E. Church tooth tl. L. Batter pattori
mam tonool at 10:00a. m.t preaohingai 11
lh toliool at 10:00a. m. pioaohlni
and 7 p. m. prayer meeting CTerjr
y evening. Oommnnlon aerrlce
'reebyterlan Chnroh Ilav. W.T. King. pae
'I preaching on the Sabbath at II a. m. and
. m.i Bandar aohool atBiUa. m.l Y. 1'.
iU. K. at 7 p. m.t prayer meeting Thuraday
V. U.T U. Ueeta flnt Thnradar In each
g "h at l'rttbyterlan chnrch
lrib(iit Church Iter. J. M. Wbeeler pee
I atrfleea at ery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 wo
n. I onnuar ocnooi at io a. m. prayer meet
. Wadnttdar. 7:J0D m.l teacber'a meet
t ilonilav. Ttaon. m.. ilnalar atfl.
thatjfal Temueratca Lea-end rateta each
F Htaua- ay -a at wu t w vivva ejus uatin
Rnt-aittaw a(lanth ml JL fln.lf al h at II a) tit la t
."nrch or the lloljr Uhoit-Rer A. r. Ver
' ll ni.lA tl... an.1 nr.a.hln ...li .A
il.thlidand fourth Baoltyat lu.au a. m.t
ecnitm at iv. rttiov now permanently
tied In Ihla city.
flio HuDdny hours of tho poatofflce
il horeafter be 10 to 11 a m.: i
5 p. m.
Go to Wright's for drugs.
fhValL fur it; June J5tl n.t(J 20th.
palt f 1.30 per barrel at Chandler's
o to Wright's for watch repairing
hcrokco deeds for sale at thlsoQIcc.
kUvcralls and work shirts at Cray's.
Jwatcli for It; Juno 25th and 26th.
(bring mo your chickens and eggs.
foung squirrels nro reported to bo
laymen: Your needs supplied at
Vcadcray Juno IBthj dou't fall to
tlason fruit Jars 75c and $1.00 at W.
iVIndow screens 33c each. P. Q.
farm for sale! cnnulro of J. T.
(Hie surveyors are going to resume
rk at once.
'able pears 16c per can or twd for
Ear and shelled corn Just received
Vlicat harvest has beguu and the
p Is gcncraly fine.
n car loads chickens and egg wautcd
jJuly 4th at Gray's.
ftaspbcrrles early blackberries and
ms arc getting ripe.
am Nldirter near Falrlaud has a
tncr Held of wheat.
V. 0. Wright's trial at Clarcmoro
KO 111113 UUIJT JAbll.
tie suroyu hear Prof. Brewer at
c academy juno loin.
Wright Is getting most of tho watch
k by cutting prices.
?woG-ccnt packages washing pow-
s for 6c ut Chandler's.
lint visit to tho territory. 2 days
y. Juno Z3th and SOU).
tanlc groceries for tho worklnir
Ijiplc a specialty at Gray's
r'hcro Is prospect of another lumber
.being opened In this town.
'fobody should miss hearing Prof.
wcr at the academy June lSlh.
Xls9 Ludlo Hall entertained the
Ing club last Thursday evening.
I'tji patent flour 11.05 per 100 Gol-
i.Qrown 2.20 per JOO at W.T. Davis'.
ha )0 use somo cheap envelopes?
Il . IL. J I.I..I ...1.1......
iw u ijuuMoitiiu iiiiicii uu niiauwice.
arncss or saddles that Martin
V.-3 arc rigut in quauiy rigut in
isturo and woll water for mares
colts. 0. P Brldgman near fair
Us Halllo Thompson bought a lot
tho south lluo of tho town last
ihc (..test of cheese bologna sans
nd dried beef always on hand at
j-'ldrcn's day exorcises next Sun
evening at 8 o'clock at tho Prcs
arresting Is now at hand; you will
IJ staple dry goodsand groceries. I
a them. Gray.
Uie Pcoule's druir store Is nuttlnir
shelving Into tho now store room
lie Ilalscll block.
stray marc bay branded KEN
reported somo duys since. Infur-
lon at this urtlco.
st placo In town to got your boots
snoea mano or mended .at Pete's.
h dqyr to butcher shop.
bn't miss tho cntortalnmont at
academy Juno 15'th; admission
U.I5c children under 12 years 10c.
!ooapicn of tho World meeting to
li u slncss of Importance to every
ber demands a gcnorul nttond
'&tll July tho 1st tho People's
i storo will otTor MaHaVurgnlns In
gist sundries fHfs station
tluo toilet soap ajWuct every
g In their lino aikBopcu up in
now storo with Ktock
W. E. lIMaott returned tuctdny from a
trip to Wnahlngton.
W II. Noljlcs wai ilown from hla homo
near tho Kanans line Mondny.
Alva hullcr will bo tip noxt week on n
vlalt probuhly accompanied by M wlfo.
Mlt renrl Drew who 1ms been teaching
InBallno district returned homo Saturday.
r. 0. llroclc nnd family wro vlaltlng rcl
utlroa and frlenda In Vlnltft ft day or two
Mlj Dora Kranklln haa returned from
Moxlco Wo. where alio ha been attending
I. B. Hitchcock roturncd Friday from
Oolngsnake whero ho haa been teaching
school for his son llrow no.
Miss Nettle Duncan returned Saturday
from an oxtended visit with lior brother J.
W. Duncan near Tahlcqunli.
Mrs. A. 0. Peek went up tho road a fow
days ngo with her baby. Mr. l'cck Is agent
for tho M. K. A T. at Coalgnto.
Prof. F. M. Sanger was In tho city thta
week. Ho has been gtrcn a place on tho fac-
ulty of Bcarrltt college Moosho.
-Oapt. 8.8. Coljb went to St. Louis tho first
of tho week la stock up his stores again. 1 ho
lioys nro keeping tho captain busy.
Mr. Marrs of this ofllco nt'ended com
mcnccmcnt exercises nt Henry Kendall col
lege Muskogco tho first of tho week.
Miss Ollro Allen went to 8outh McAlcs
tcr yesterday a delegate to tho Kcbccca
assembly tho territory grand lodge
D. W. 0. Duncan returned from Tnhlo
ruah Saturday after a two wonks sctto with
tho Dawes and Chcrokco commissions.
-Hot. W. T. King and his nephew. Mr.Tcs
scl attended commencement exercises at
Kendall college Muskogee tho first of tho
M. K. Henry aomo years ago In tho piano
business In this city with It. D. Knight. Is
ncre tins week lor a year ho has been In
Oapt Wm. Howell and Ott 8mlth wcro
down from Af ton Monday utid both called
for a supply of blanks from our very com
Miss Ocorglu Hardy wont homo toSprlng
Held Friday after spending sorcral wceka
with Mrs It. I. Blakenoy and other friends
In tho city.
Tho Uttlo son of Lottie Henderson Leake
Is down visiting his undo urnl Kunt. Mr. aud
Mrs. W. O. Williams Mr. Leuko Is now city
attorney of Aurora.
Miss Dannie Boss nnd Miss Suo Clark af-
ter n visit with Miss Ludlo Hall loft Tues
day tho formor to visit friends at Wagoner
and tho latter for her homo near Adair.
Mr. M. E. Mllford of this paper who Is
president of tho Indian Territory Press as-
sociation goes to Bouth McAllstcr tonight to
attend a meeting of tho exccutlvo committee
Walt for It; Juno 25th and 20th.
i'roi urcwer is grand; don't fall to
Top market prices for chickens and
eggs till July 4th. Gray.
Crowds upon crowds always In at-
tendance. Sea It Juno z-'i and 20.
Mrs. J. M. 11. Fowler Is recovering
from a severe spell of typhoid fever.
Whips lap dusters and everything
In tho harness and saddlery lino at
Ono of the finest entertainments
over had In Vlnlta will be at the
academy Juno 16; don't miss lu
Giant powder blasting material of
all kinds nnd ammunition always
kept In stock nt II. Balcntlnc's Star
Whllo Sam Rldcnhour was using E.
N. Williamson's gun at the shoot Sat-
urday ho had tho misfortune to break
Mrs. J. O. Hall who suffered a frac-
ture of an nnk'lo some tlmo slnccman-
ages to get about with tho use of a
E. E. Lang has been In charge of
Grundy station on the Frisco for some
time nnd his family moved to that
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Royal Arch Chapter occurs tomorrow
night and at that time the annual
election takes place.
The Coowccscoowco permit cases
were set for last Monday hut owing to
the Illness of Judge Bufflugton's wlfo
aro Indefinitely postponed.
A lino set of now fixtures for tho
First National bank wcro purchased
yesterday. They will boot antique
quarter sawed oak glass and Iron.
A farm of 200 acres In cultivation
and COO grass lund all fenced Is for
rent for wheat nnd oats. Plenty of
One hay land on place. This ofllcc.
A largo Mgn on the double front
store In tho now Ilalscll building an-
nounces that tho room will bo occu-
pied by tho "Jumbo" store Will
J. A. Qulnn formerly agent for tho
M. IC. Si T. at Chouteau Is now so-
liciting conslgnmcnts.for Ba11ardMcss
more Si Co. a St. Louis grain com
mission firm. '
t Tho frccdman payment Is scheduled
to begin today at Ft. Gibson but a re
straining order Is expected to bo serv
ed In tho Scavcrs case which will stop
W. II. Morrison bought two places
recently ono of which Joins him and
takes In Duck creek Ono Is the
Munroo place and tho other Is Will
Curtis' old homo place.
John Guntcr and Sam Frailer went
to Claremoro Sunday to tako In tho
stray salo Monday but on account of
tho slckucas of the wlfo of Judgo
Bufllngton court was postponed.
J. T. Dickson says tho Wabash Is all
right. Has Just secured a road Into
lluflulo and now runs four trains a day
between Kansas. City and that burg
making the run In thirty hours.
A basket meeting will bo held next
Sunday 13th at J S. Lc force's placo
on Big Cabin which all arc Invited to
attend. Itcv. Kcllcy of Winslow
Ark. will preach on tho occasion.
Drs. Fortncr Si Baghy pcrformed-n
dlillcult operation Tuesday removing
an abdominal tumor tho patient being
Mrs. Felix Nclma ot Chelsea. Tho
tumor was about tho slzo ot a man's
W. It. Badgott bought F. L. Chou-
teau's residence near tltouccademyjn
this city Monday and will move In
about a month hence. Mr. Chouteau
will movo wltl) his family to Colic)-
vlllo. James Williams editor of tho Ard
mora Dally Chronicle was hot dead
on tho streets of that town Monday
by Clarence Douglass editor of tho
Ardmorelto tho result of u blttor
Ot course It Is uuncccssary!to throw
nway your shoes just 'oecaiwo a small
hole makes Its appearance and break
In n'new pair. Leo Barrett's shoo
Riakur will put on an Invfslbto patch
very quick and for small price
WnUih for It; Juno 26th and 20th.
Horn Burns and E. N. Williamson
nro going to erect a "hold-over" for
tho accommodation of United States
prisoners on tho lot near David Tay-
lor's. It will bo made of oak and bo
something llko eighteen fcot square.
At their regular meeting Monday
night tho Odd Fellows elected ofllccrs
for tho ensuing term as follows: J.
II. Wortman N. 0.; M. Kuhn V. 0.;
T. F. riiompson treasurer; W. S.
Crockett secretary; J no. W. Martin
Carlos F. Hurd graduates at Drury
collego next week. Tho boy was "not
much" as a printer but what ho did
not know about tho classics had been
torn outof the books. Worcester nccad
cmy may ns does this ofilcc feel
proud of tho young mnn.
M. L. Patterson has 450 acres of
wheat on tho Ballard placo near Af
ton which Is pronounced to bo the
best apparently ho has over ralscd-
nnd "Pat" Is ulvcn un to ho tlm Iimi.
wheat raiser In Delaware district.. A'
yield of 26 bushels to tho ncro Is ex-
pected. F. 0. Ilhcn. traveling llvn tjwir
ngent for tho M.. K. Si T.. with head
quarters ut Ft Worth has been look
ing over tnc stock shipping prospects
In this section and he nnd hla muut.
elates declare tho "Kntv"lseolnB- to
haul some of tho cattle to market this
The annual election of Vlnlta Ma-
sonic lodge took nlaco last Saturday
night nnd resulted as follow: J. H.
Shcchan. W. M.;T. J. McCane S. W.;
W. L. Chapman Jr. W.; A. N. Green
treasurer; 0. W. Miller ' secretary.
The lodge Is now having a better
growth than over In Its history.
A generous representation of rail-
road folks wcro hero yesterday and In-
cluded II. T.lCccnan live stock agent
of tho C II. St Q.; J. A. Wilson C. &
A.; J. T. Dickson Wabash; L. W.
Crumbaugh Pittsburg Si Gulf; W. W.
Miller F. C. llhca W. V. Galbrcath
nnd L. M. Tipton of tho "Katy."
Hon A. O.Scott of Oklahoma City
delivered his famous lecture "tho Mis-
takes of Jeremiah" at tho Turner
Opera house Muskogee Tuesday even-
ing to tho senior classes of Henry
Kendall College. Asa polished orator
and logical rcasoncr Scott stands
pretty near tho front. Ho Is the
Demosthenes of Oklahoma.
Grand Prairie Texas tho homo of
Gcorgo McQlasson was visited by a
very heavy storm last week. Elmer
McGlasson's house was struck by
lightning and Injured to tho extent of
several hundred dollars and his wife
severely shocked. Tho residence of
Gcorgo McQlasson and also of his
father suffered somo damage
Misses Mlnta and Tott Foreman
Dr. Foreman's sister and daughter
returned fromschool at Independence
Mo. last week. The doctor was up
and witnessed part of the closing ex-
ercises and expressed himself as very
well satlsllcd with the advancement
the young ladles have made. Miss
Mlnta graduates next year.
Dr. Wlmcr has secured tho services
of Mr. O. W. Ball of Sprlngliold Mo.
for his new drug storo. Mr. Ball Is an
accomplished nnd experienced phnrni
nclst having had ton years oxpcrlencc
as prescription clerk in one of the
largest drug stores In southwest Mis-
souri. Mr. Ball Is expected to enter
upon his duties here tbout the 15th of
fHE Progress of Clarcmoro has
'the following complimentary no-
tice of Dr. Foreman's now druggist
who arrived nnd was Installed Mon-
day. "V. p. Strother has accepted a
position In Dr. Foreman's drug storo
at "Vlnlta nnd will leavo for there to-
day or to-morrow. It Is with regret
that wo sco Mr. and Mrs. Strother
leave our town but wish them nil
prosperity possible In their now home.
Mr. Strother Isone ot the best and most
obliging druggists In the territory."
STEORGE B. KEELER and wife
aro down from Bartlcsvlllo to
spend a week with "tho folks" and
wcro Joined by their daughter Mrs.
Morton who Is temporarily making
her homo atChccotah. Mr. Kcclcr
has something llko 1000 acres of wheat
and much of It being In the Cancy
valley may bo expected to mako
twenty bushels to the acre. Some
tlmo ago ho lost 103 head ot cattle In
a railroad wreck near Eufaula and Is
hero to meet tho stock claim agont.
fHE DAILY TRIBUNE ot Liber
tyMo.of dato Juno 2nd In Its ac-
count ot the graduating exercises of
tho Liberty female college has tho
following very complimentary notice
of Miss Lucllo Former's part of tho
programme: "Miss Lucllo Fortncr
played tho Liszt Tarantelle VcnczlaJ
o jynpoii. This was the finest num-
ber on tho programme and ono ot the
finest things heard In Liberty for
somo time. Her fingering was fine
and her hcarora Joined with Prof.
Glmbcl In being very proud of her.
She was compollcd to return to tho
stage twico and bow In response to
tho enthusiastic applause." Misses
Grace and Lucllo returned homo last
week nsdld also Miss Mabel Oook
who graduated from tho samo Instltu
tlon tills yoar.
B GENT D. M. WISDOM will bo
-vi gin the frccdman payment again
today at Fort Gibson which ho thinks
can bo finished In about twenty days.
Tho rolls havo been Indexed which
will simplify and expcdlto tho dls
bursement very greatly Tho agent
stated to a representative of this pa
per yesterday that ho had no Instruc-
tions from tho department as to the
rcqulrcmcnt-of affidavits sworn to be-
fore n notary as 'had been tho rule
heretofore but that ho slmnlv would
satisfy himself ns to tho Idenity ot
over thlrtcon hundred names on tho
rolls remaining unpaid nnd with tho
clerical forca available they will be
paid about as fust ns they prcsont
thcmsolves. As to tho possibility ot
mandamus proceedings to compel tho
payment to bo mado to tho crdltors of
soma ot tho frecdmen If such a courso
is pursued and tho writ Is granted tho
money In such cases will ba returned
to tho Interior Department at Wash
JNTERST in clay pigeon shooting
f continues but more "mud pies"
continue to bo broken by striking the
ground than by being hit. Thurs-
day's Bhoot (16 birds) resulted thus:
Rudlslll t Wright 8 Williamson f
Ungby 5 Freeman Nldlfferl Mllford
I Akin S Bluejacket 4 Rldcnhour 7.
Friday's shoot: Wright- S liaghy 8
Kornegay 8 Badgctt 2 Thotnason 7
Rldcnhour 3 Mnddox 4 Rudlslll 0
Moguo Wright 4 O'Shea 0 J. O. Hall
1 Geo. Nldlffer 3. Saturday's shoot:
Wright 7 Williamson It Thompson
8 Bluejacket 0 John Hawkins 7 Rud-
lslll 4 Mllford 0 John West 3 Rldcn-
hour 1 Moguo Wright 8 Kornegay 8
Ed. Nldlffer 3 Louis Cass 8. Last
evening: Williamson 10 Wright 10
Bluejacket 8 Rldcnhour 7 Rider 7
Thomanon 7 Kornegay 6 West 3. A
live pigeon match occurs this p. m.
Several of thoso taking part In the
sport arc In favor of organizing n club
and adopting certain rules. For In
stance: An assessment for tho pay
ment of all expenses; having tho
shoots on given days and If a member
is ubsont It will bo to hU loss; a match
of fifteen shots only. Tho latter would
mako the expense only nbout 60 cents
whercaa tho way It has been about
n dollar each has been "blown" each
time and It Is estimated that at this
rate the Interest will soon flag.
INITA Is certainly getting to the
front. "Doc" Fniyscr will
shortly start a new enterprise which
will bo appreciated by our citizens
and will give Vlnlta somo advertising
outside. Ho has purchased a complete
steam laundry outfit and secured the
services of ono of tho best laundry
men In tho west to operate It. Tho
plant was purchased throtgh W. B.
Coley and was formerly tho property
of his father who operated It success-
fully up to the tlmo of his death.
"Doc" has added somo new machinery
and will have a strictly up to dato
plant. Electric lights and an Ice
plant nro now In order.
J. II. Dixon will organize a cam not
Sons of Votransat Little's hall In
this city the fourth Saturday In this
month nt 4 o'clock.
Marlon Holdcrmnn and his son
Curt were bound over yesterday for
cattle stealing. Another son Henry
made his escape from the ofllccrs at
Church of tho Holy Ghost Sunday
Juno 13th Trinity Su.iday: At 7 p.m.
sermon followed by tho Installation
of the Station of tho Way ot tho Cross.
A. Vkusavkl Priest.
The academy tennis court will ho
a point of attraction these summer
afternoons from this tlmo forward.
Not only piles of tho very worst
kind can be cured by DoWltt's witch
hazel salve but eczema scalds burns
bruises bolls ulcers and all other skin
trouble: can bo instantly relieved by
tho samo remedy. P. Shanaban. 8
1Tlmo nnd tide waits for no man."
An occasional iloso of Cbcatham's
chill tonic often saves you from a long
spell of sickness. "No euro no pay
Put up In both tasteless and bitter
styles. Tasteless In 60 cents size. 4Jun
Two Mormon elders wcro In town
tho first of tho week looking for a
placo In which to conduct meetings.
Beggs' little giant pills euro con-
stipation sick headache and tho
many other complaints caused by In-
digestion. P. Sbanahan. 4-20
Avery enjoyable hop was given In
Llttlo's hall Monday night tho fare-
well dance--as tho Ratcllfl Mercantile
Co. will 1111 the room with clothing In
a few days.
Tho magic healcr(ot all coughscolds
and consumption 'is Beggs' cherry
cough syrup. Wo keep It. P. Shana
Benson Crockett has turned his
laundry agency over to Ray and Will
McPhcrson and In tho future tho
headquarters will beat McPherson's
Sick headache can be quickly and
completely overcome by using thoso
famous Uttlo pills known as DcWItt's
little early risers. P. Shauahan. 8
The monarch ot patent medicines:
Beggs' hair renowcr. It makes now
hair brilliant hair hair on heads that
havo no hair. Tako no substitute.
Wo keep It. P. Slianahan. 4-20
Elder Coppcdgc whllo probably not
lacking faith has doubtless read what
Napoleon said: "The Lord Is on tho
sldo ot tho heavy battalions." Tho
Elder has tho best cyclono pit In tho
Ho shook and ho shook till his shak-
ings wero chronic
Ho then bought a bottle ot Cncat-
. lranf's chill tonic
I Jo salt) to his friends though a sliak
or of yore
Thanks to tho Cheatham's I am a
ihaker no more. 4 Jun
' Down at South McAllstcr a man
built a galvanized Iron tank like thoso
Billy Sims Is putting up In a bulldlog
with a thrco foot door and completed
It before tho question ot how ho was
going to get It out arose.
W. B. Johnson Newark O. says
"ono minute cough cure saved my
only child from dylnff by oroup." It
has saved thousands ot othors suffer
Ing from croup pneumonia bronchitis
and other serious throat and lung
troubles. P. Slianahan" 8
Ben CJiou lean's son Ed aged about
15 Is very sick having taken a re
lapso after tho mcastes
After July 1st the middle room of
tho new Ilalscll brick facing tho cast
will bo occupied by tho Pcoplo'a drug
Piles Are TJntvoraal.
Ono person n every four has some
form of rectal trouble Remedies that
will relievo aro plenty but thcro Is
ono rcmody only that radically cures
tho most stubborn cases. Tabler'a
buqkeyo pllo ointment euros blind
meed ing itching nnd protruding piles
no matter how old or sorlous tho caso
may bo. No pain no operation no
loss ot tlmo and but trifling oxponso.
It your caso Is serious you must choose
between surgory or buckeye pllo oint-
ment. Tho latter Is tho surest.
Pric In bottles 60 cents; la tubes
7fcaU. Sold by P ShnUaa. b
High Honor WorM'c Pair
(fold Medal MklwInUr Fjrfr.
A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powtfer.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Walt for It; Juno 2filh nnd 20th.
The grnphaphonc will reproduce se
lections from Sousa's and Gllmoro's
hand; at tho academy Juno 16tb.
Mrs. 8. F. Beck was tho person
killed In tho David cyclone. Fourteen
houses wcro torn down.
S. K. Hall has plenty of coal nt tho
bank on Ironildo place on Pawpaw.
Threshers tako notleo. 2t
Inflammation ot the bowols that
dangerous disease can bo relieved
at onco by Beggs' diarrhea balsam.
It nets like magic. Wo sell It. P.
Numbers of hen houses around town
nro Infested with mites to such a de-
gree as to kill the fowls.
"They aro dandies'- said Thos. Bow
ers of the CrockcttTcxas Enterprise
whllo writing nbout DcWItt's little
early risers tho famous Uttlo pills fur
sick headache and disorders ot tho
stomach r.nd liver. P. Slianahan. 8
If you are contcmnlatlnirn trln In
most any direction call nt tho "Katy"
depot. Reduced rates aro In effect to
various points which will lio greatly
Tho last rose of summer Is In bloom on
And nods tlmo to the whip-poor-will
"Cheatham's chill tonic has cured the
"You can shatter the bottle now If
you will." 4 Jun
(To bo sung about November.)
Tho People's Drug Co. Is to occupy
a room In the new Ilalscll brick where
they can better accommodate and en-
tertain their customers after July st
Somo for ten some tor twenty and
rjmo for thirty years have suffered
from piles and then havo been quickly
and permanently cured by using Dc
WItt's witch hazel salve tho great
remedy for piles nnd all forms ot skin
diseases. P. Slianahan. 8
"An emergency!" I must have vonr
chickens and eggs from now till July
Terrible accident. It Is a terrible
accident to be Imrned or scalded; but
tlic p.-tln and agony and tho frightful
disfigurements can bo quickly over-
come without leaving a scar by using
DcWItt's witch hazel salve. P. Shan-
Wm. Little of this city Is spoken or
as an available candldato for tho sen-
ate from Coowccscoowco district.
A 60 cents Iron tonic. Pure soluble
Iron concentrated and pure amorph-
ous quinine Is contained In Cheat-
ham's tasteless Iron tonic making It
the most desirable Iron tonic on the
market. It Is a true tonic strength-
ner appetizer toner up ot the system
and blood purlucr only 60 cents. 4Jun
G. C. Craig has for salo 30Q acres of
grass a rn.Uo from Welch I. T. and
for rent a barn In that town holding
400.tons baled. 40-41
Don't thin your blood wlthsassafras
or poison It with blue-mass; but aid
nuturo by using DcWItt's Uttlo early
risers tho famous Uttlo pills for con-
stipation biliousness nnd stomach
and liver troubles. They aro purely
vegetable. P. Shanahan. 8
$33 a iooo. This office has 10000
oft color envelopes; while they Inst
will bo sold printed at 81.25 per 1000.
Don't neglect a cough because the
weather Is pleasant; before tho next
storm rolls around It maydevclop Into
a serious tllnlculty beyond repair. Ono
mlnuto cough euro Is easy to tako and
will do what Its name Implies. P.
Whlto'a Oroam Vermifuge
Is tho ono worm remedy that docs
every posslblo good without the possi-
bility of harm. It Is a purely vegeta-
ble preparation that cannot fall to ex-
pel worms. If your child cats well
but falls to grow It It Is dark under
the eyes If It is fretful or It It sleeps
poorly thechunccaarc that tho worms
nro sapping Its vitality" retarding IU
Kiuntu uuu ullUilllgcnnglW inc. 10U
can use cream vermifuge with abso-
lute certainty of results. Large bot
tles small doso. Price 25 cents. Sold"
by l. Slianahan. 2b
The following reduced rates aro announc-
ila tho Katyi
National Educational association- Mil-
waukee Wis. July eth to th one faro for
tho round trio plus tl.OJ.
Kx-Confcicrata rtmntao Nasbvlllf.Tonrt.
Juno and to ruth fare tiO.tA.
Young Feoplo's Society of Cbrlstku En
doavor Ban Francisco July 7tli to Wtlii
tickets can be purchased to San Francisco
at rato of fcfXSa and return llrl..t. .. l
.purchased at same rato pa Mondays and
Auuauays up to Aug. tn
urn at uer-.-. for full particulars.
W. B. crLKV. Agent.
To the voters of Delaware District Chcro-
kco natloni 1'rlmn.t-v livMnn. in i i..t-
ogatcs to tho general Downing conventlou
which takes placo on the 19th of June aro
Called for tho 17th The contention for the
west aide of Grand river will bo held at AN
ton i for the east aldo at the court homo.
ueprvscniawqn at iierewroro la aa (ollowsi
Vlnlta I Kotchum s
AftOIlt Pulrli.nil 1
Timber Hill S Ballard I
Beck Taylor 1
Newtown 1 Chaa. Tlinmninn 1
Rave Spring i Court Homo i
la accordance with the Downing mats
meeting held at thacourt Imuxn Hm... (.!..
of tho river Is to havo one senator three
councilors judgo and clerk the west sldo
ono senator three councilors sherlf and
It becomes tho duty ot each voter of tho
Downing party to tako an actlvo hand In
these primaries and general conventional
let us have au honest and Impartial primary
and general cooveutlon. J. K. Hsstikqs
Captain Delawar Dint. 0 X
E. N. Ratcliff
ing- Sale of
and Children's Shoes
In large quantities
And Keep Everlastingly at It. r-"
....P. G. BROWNING.
er Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
IF II WEBI SHI N-
Yes if you were a cook and saw the
sj e smoking and the bread only
I. ill baked you would probably feel
liku asking why don't you
And use the
Ttie New Location....
Wilson Street Beside
And Many Delicacies
Handle the Celeb ratodr
Any Quantity of Glass Fruit Jars.
great MAJESTIC Steel
T. A. CHANDLER
Frtncb Pea 5.
Not Found Elsewhere in
.South of Ratclifls VSnitaJ Ind. Ter.
-----"" " '.: i" n'i'asc
jyj" r.MkYKM sr
VlHITA - I. T.
Calls promptly attendee! tenifM
OfBco in Raymond Building
over Millinery oloro.
All kinds of Dental Work Ksrcuted with neat
' neta anqaitpttcn.
rR o. b. a&iTTrra
DEN $88 TI8T
Rooms U and 10 Hill Building
VT2arxr.il. zaa-p. Tacat.
A UGUST aOHIilBOKJMl
Jkwelkii and Opticiak.
Vine and .complicated watch repairing- a
apeclalty With W. It lladyett Vlnlta 1VT
JUTR3. A. R. MILLS M. D.
Office at Masonic Bldo
Dlteatta of woman and children
a epecimtr. augT7
rR. A. M. O LIN KSO ALES
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
VINITA I. T.
OOce npatalra In Raymond bnlldloc . XmI
denes between the two charchet al tbe Dr.
riles and other Rectal tronblea a apeclalty.
DENTISTRY practiced In all its de-
CHAS. V. DAY D. D. S.
Permanently Locate at YluIU Jf.T.
OUIco In new Patton building back
of Drs. Fortner A Bagby. dec 8
PORTNEII & BAG BY
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
VINITA 0. N.
Office in now Patton bnlldlng i
stairs. " r
rR. T. T. WIMER
rractloe limited to Eye Ear. Note and Throat.
OMce In Old Opera Batldlnc. auftt
rR. W. W. BRYAN
OLAREitonc. Ikd. Tax
I? M. SMITH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIO LOAN BROKER
Special attention Riven liven to trial or anlta.
Awraya ready to anawer yoar qarallona and
reply to yoar Inqnlrlee.
Omee In Opera Mald'f VINITA I. T.
TAMES B. BUROKHALTIR
Attohney and Counsklob
Office In new Ilalscll Building VI
nlta Indian Territory.
Will practlco In all courts of tho
territory and U. S. courts. generally.
Y H. KORNHOAY
Attorney at Law
ana notary Public
Offlca In TsttOB Bid'.- VlMtTA'fM'l
Will prsctlee In sll the United SUtScoaSl
Au ortbelndlanTerrttory. "V-
Patton Building. Vinita. I. T.
JOHN B. TURNER
OrrotiiE rotiemca VmrTa.-.Iaii Tag. - -
. Will P'tctlea la alt tbe U.S. eonrts.a the- 'Wyt
lodlsn Territory the clrcalt court or apBealSfftfcjLfe.
at at. Loola and tbe anpreras cenrt iinneTr
united Blalce. foarteen years' sxpsrleoca.
Itoomt.Aeniyraood bid's;. Visita.I.T.
DsTtasort A Hall Itteraejt-tt-Law
Booms 8 Shank bid's;. CtiscKoest.T.
Practice In United Slatea and Cherokee Coarts.
-I B. KENNEDY
Room No. 2 in the Davis Hill Bnlldlag.
VINITA. 1ND. TER. jnaM
Homes BaAOLir. . Wm. Jacator.
BRADLEY fc JA0KSOK
Prartlea In all U. f. and Trlh.l MaTtTnl
It. E IWcttt Esq natary rabllo. In obarie
of odce In absence of Arm. Uenaral practice.
Shoes M Boots
Made and Meklffcu..
Satisfactian Every Time.
IT JCy i. 2 Butcher 5Bf.
D. Hicks & Co.
At Old Blacksmith Shop1
EAST F TRACK.
x A Share of tip Filrowp SelklM. x
ToJaJLX.surfca0 Tin Oi-fcy-
To Spavlnaw and Trtle..h
J. L. Bumgartter's
At Grand Klytr oat mil score Island rrt
At Spavinaw Ind.Ttr.
J. L aumcarasr eHtfu
A ftllWSsI CisMbbTJ'
POSTOFFICE IN BUILDING.
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 10, 1897, newspaper, June 10, 1897; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71493/m1/3/: accessed May 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.