The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 12, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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Our Big Money-Saving Semi-Annual Clearing Sale
And Continues for
Saturday July 21 1900.
812.50 suits cul to 1 8 0.00
15.00 suits cut to ' 11.00
1G.60 BiMscutto 11.75
18 00 suits cut to ; 13.50
20.00 buIIb out to 14 75
A superb collection of the most magnificent values ever offered. More than half our business comes
through customers who have been more than pleased with our goods and who have recommended them to
their friends. We respectfully ask you to bear in mind not only the very low prices we quote but more
important the character of the goods we offer.
Summer Flannel Suits. E Manhattan Shirts. "KTiibc wc hayc cut tiiis line of 1.50 poods $igo d
R 7 Jill Dtilla nil ir OK OK i o j
io.oo suits cut to!!! ........ .!!!!'.!!!!!!!'.'. 7.00
12.00 BUitSCUttO 0.00
8G.50 coat and vest cut to 84.75
5.00 coat nnd vest cul to 3.75
1 50 coat and vest cut to 3.25
Built as you would have them made.
87.50 trousers cut to 85.00
(5.00 trousers cut to 4.50
5 00 trousers cut to 3.75
4 50 trouserB cut to 3.25
4.00 trousora cul to 3.00
3 60 trousors cut to 2 50
3 00 trousers cut to 2.25
2.50 trouserB cut to 1.85
2.00 trousers cut to 1.50
150 trousora cut to 110
The Store of the town for Boys and Children.
Sailor and Blouse.
81.75 suUb cut to 81.25
1 50 suits cut to i 1.05
1.00 suitB cut to 75
Two Piece Suits.
82.00 suite cut to 81.50
1.75 suits cut to 1.25
1.50 Butts cut to 1.05
1.00 Bults cut to 75
We have placed in our Clothing window a line of Men's Tan Shoes worth 4 00 3.50 and fto CO 3
7.00. all new toes and cood styles. Take vour choice for P'Ou H
The policy of our house is to show the newest fashions each season therefore we shall not carry goods
over from one season to another.
E Wash Goods.
We have placed our entire stock of wash goods on sale at a cut price'. That means that we intend
to clean up the line even at a loss and that every woman who needs a wash dress or a shirt waist can
save good money by buying the material here.
In Boys Suits
a Also boys' suits
Ladies who are well posted tell us that we have the best line of shirt waists in Vinita and that our
nrices are the lowest. Thev back ud this assertion bv buvintr their shirt waists from us. so evidently
they are sincere in what they say. We arc now selling our shirt waists regardless of profit.
E Shirt Waists.
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For hot weather comfort ladies will find our summer corsets just to their taste. They are cool shapely durable and will compare favor-
ably with those sold in other stores at considerably higher prices. If you will visit our corset department we can demonstrate that these
facts. No doubt we will be able to sell you your summer corset.
I Much for Little in flillinery.
r look at what we have. If you have bought or haven't bought your millinery
We hnvp n fnw hist n Uv ninv ctvlish nnd new trimmed hats which we arc not coiner to keep
verv loner no longer than it takes for a few ocrsons with just a little money to spend to come and
iger than it takes for a few persons with just a little money to sp
this season it will be of interest to you to visit this department. D
)on't wait too long.
E. N. RATCLIFF MERCANTILE COMPANY.
iinita Ind. Teji. Jui-y 12 11100
Gray wilt buy chickens and cgi8.
TI10 commissioners court Is busy.
Furnished rooms to rent; apply here.
Mm. Carl Bradley Is stilly vory Blck.
Machlno oil at W: W. Miller's. All
Judno Gill held court. In Vlnlta
Tho purest freshest druBS nt I-Vo
There aro several alck pcoplo In
Fresh bread cake and plo at Gua
Oalllo Guntcr arrived Tuesday from
Watch repairing guaranteed at
Fresh vegetables and fruits Vlnlta
Tho thcrmomotcr registered 101 In
tho shade yesterday.
Ilrlng us all your chickens and eggs-
John C. Gray.
Wyandotte baso ball team will play
with Vlulta Sunday.
White chambermaid wnntd nt the
the Western hotel.
Thco. Ferry Is hero from Salllsaw
on u visit with rolatlvc3.
For Sale Flvo number one young
mules. Sco Unas. Newman.
Mrs. Stack Pumphroy wont to Kan-
sas City Tussday morning.
To boalwiys happy use Kcd Gross
ball bluo. Rofuso Imitations.
John Wclr went to St. Louis Tucs.
day night with a car of mules.
Try that fresh bread at Guet Nlch-
oV and you -.'Jl buy no other. .
J. W. Hklnncr and iuiw!ivBlit'r
wero upirotu Adair yesterday.
S. A. Perry marketed fourteen
crates or 330 quarts of blackborrlcs
Democrats all over tho country aro
pleased with tho KunsasGlty platform
"i .UjiKornegny says tho democratic
' pKVy"0 Hi the strongest nnd hot 0110
FArV H-JKrP'i'8 chicken coop was
robUey f two dozen or so frying cliick
ens mW7 night.
WautoW WU1 tho chickens and cue
tntcomeN?VIltaj highest market
Fr d IatcIClatjd Williams and
Hoy Miller v;Mirirttt Spavlnaw to.
A L. Gex s tt'iSn""' H ' no uoucu
Tho last of tho buildings on tho
Katy right of way cast of tho Cobb
house was moved Tuesday.
Uuy your meats at the Vlnlta meat
store. Fresh meat skillfully handled
and deliveries promptly made.
1. 11. Hitchcock returned from Mus-
kogco Tuesday night whero holms
been for about llfrco months.
Ladles who tako prldo In clear
whl to clothes should uso Red Cross
ball blue llcfuso Imitations.
Dr. Adams accompanied by his two
llttlo daughters came down from
Falrland Wednesday morning.
The second ripening or peaches aro
coming In and aro of much better
quality than tho earlier ones.
A tent Is being" put up across from
tho Presbyterian church in which tho
Christian revival will bo held.
Tom Wagnon of Tahlcquah was in
town yesterday. Mr. Wagnon owns a
farm in Coo-wco scoo wco district.
Our health giving preparations nro
unexcelled thoy aro tho best nnd do
heir work well. Peoplo's drug store.
Gaither Cliaudlor is hauling his
wheat crop to town and storing It In
ho elevator of thoOjwcgo grain Co.
E.'Il. Frayscr purchased a new $10
ath tub whllo In Kansas City and
yIII orcct It In his homo in this city.
Jcsso and Miss Dcss Chouteau re-
llurncd from Kansas Glty Tuesday
vlhcro thoy havo bcon attending
Dock Drldgoman has embarked In
llio trco tomato business mill has
tOicm largo enough for chickens to
(A brother of Miss Kctllo Duncan
was torlously hurt by a horse falling
wjltli him at his homo near Chotopa a
titi days ago.
' I'om Allen wus notifying thoso
wl 0 owed street tax Tuesday to
pa r up that tho work on tho streets
m. iy proceed.
number of Clicrokocs from this
lowllty aro at Falrland or tho pur-
pobof being enrolled by tho Dawes
Juo Davis hits rented tho T. F.
Thonipson rock storo building and
Will bpou a barber shop and bath
II. if. Uutlcr deputy United States
clerk at Miami and father of Vlnlta's
elllclQiit postmaster and Mr. Yantls
AJ Kansas newspaper bunches Its
br(lm marriages and deaths and
hcacjs thocolumn "Hatched Matched
Niliuicr and Tlioniuson havo lost
over to head of cattlu with fever and
have 8. mo sick ones yet though they
bellbvolho worst Is passed.
livery buslnoss mm Mr. V'Wf1
absent In Kansas q'ty. . V7
. ifl. -. . . w "iw.
H. DohertyjVyiBuroe NW
chant and roll win VMoKkl b"H
Inoss In Vinltu TocWaY'
mikh uottlo OrallrJoof Muskogee
I pissod up tho road yo
to Kansas uuy on v.
kV cblngscumo down from
jpVcrday whoro ho has been
VQ Ulierokoo nation uo
w tuo n rcu Jtciioy man
' .ti'CsiunoU In tho United
t' I). Ilurcldmltcr ap
hoWJllroad company and
lW Y l 0 Pm"ulr
MHsMCJbsrti Oarapbcll of Alluwe
has been visiting in Kansas Olty for
a week and left latt night for Colo-
rado to spend tho summer.
Mrs. J. A. Hall and her two
daughters Mrs. Swan and Mrs. Mor-
rison went to Falrland yesterday to bo
enrolled by tho Dawei commission.
A new stone church Is to bo erected
soon by tho Methodist Episcopal con-
gregation. Tho contract is let to Dob
Allen and tho building will cost 000.
Tom Cobb returned from Texas
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan and
his sluer Mrs. Jenkins accompanied
him and will visit Capt. S. S. Cobb
Tho big tent to bo used In tho re-
vival meetings of Rev. Marshal has
arrived from Ardmoro and will bo
erected on tho lot north of tho Pres-
Walter Holly and Frank
Knight havo enlisted for ser-
vice In tho army and will leavo In a
day or two for San Francisco and
thence to tho Philippines.
Screntccn young men havo cullstcd
forscrvlco In tho army In the Phil-
ippines from this section and will
leave today morning for SanFran-
Cisco via the southern route.
Agent Clapper and wlfo returned
last Tuesday from Carthago where
they havo been on a visit for soveral
weeks. Mr. Clapper again took up
his dullc at the Katy depot.
Mrs.Dr.Iloberts of Colorado Springs
who has been visiting her son L. II.
Robert superintendent of tho tele-
phono exchango at McAoistcrls visit-
ing tho family of president Ilrcwer at
Judgo Gill rofuscd Tuesday to
grant a writ of mandamus to compel
tho M. K Sc T. railroad to ship a car
of hay from tho limits of tho Indian
Territory for F L. Kcllcy on tbo
grounds that his court had no Juris-
diction. Dr. Taylor president of Stephens
college Columbia Mo. preached at
tho Uaptlst church Tuesday night to
a good congregation. He will preach
again tonight. A baptizing took placo
this afternoon at tho pool north of
A report Is current on tho streets
that a man named J- I. Pool living
six miles west of Wolch has been
killed. Particulars aro lacking but
tho killing Is connected by tho ofllcurs
with thrco men possibly four who
havo been robbing pcoplo In that vi-
cinity. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pattun delayed tholr
Journey cast Tuesday on account of
tho sickness of Mi. W. K. Rowsoy.
They however will start In a day or
two. Mrs. Patlon will go direct to
Now York to meet E. L. Ilalrcll and
wlfo who will accompany her to North
Carolina to spend tho summer.
Do so many merchants keep "Now
Home" sowing mnchtucs In stock?
Because by doing ro thoy convlnco
Miolr customers that they keep only
high grailo goods of all kinds at reas-
onable prices. X'ur eao by B. M.
Ming Furniture Oo.
Going out With the Century.
Mrs. Nancy llarlln of Tahlcquah
mother of Mrs. Joseph Hunt of this
city Is III and not expected to recov-
er Slio will be an even hundred
years old her next birthday being'
perhaps tho oldest Cherokee In tho
nation. Her llfo Is about measured
by tho 10th century.
Bismarck's Iron Nrrvc
Was tho result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and trc-
lncndlous energy aro not found where
stomach liver lcidnoys and bowels
are out of order. If you want those
qualities and tho success they bring
use Dr. King's New Life pills. Thev
develop every power of brain and
body. Only 25c ut Peoples Drug Storo
and A. W. Foroman. dw.
A Qreat Invention.
Tho Goorgo Blackwcll bay stacker
Is being thoroughly tested aud Is giv-
ing great satisfaction and meollng a
ready sale. This Is the Invention of
a Vlnlta colored man and from pres
ent indications will provoonu of the
greatest labor saying inventions used
in tuo nay uusincss in tins country
which has now grown to marvelous
Killing of James Pool.
James I. Pool living near Wolch
was killed In tho Osago nation Mon-
day and the remains wero brought
homo yesterday for burial. A man
named Darker did tho killing. Pool
and soma of his neighbors bad fol-
lowed Darker and two others Into the
Osngc country nnd thoy wero charged
with stealing horses and Baddies.
The men wero overtaken In a houso
aud Pool and his companions went In
on them Darker showed light and
Pool struck him with his rovolvcr
and In doing so lost his grlpci tho
weapon and It fell to tho Hour when
ho stooped to pick it up Darker shot
htm killing him almost Instantly.
The thrco men Including Darker wero
arrested and turned over to tho au
No Right to Ugliness.
Tho woman who Is lovely In face
form nnd temper will alwas havo
friends but 0110 who bo attractive
must keep her health. If sho has
constipation or kidney troublo her
lmpuro blood will c.iuso pimples
blotches skin eruptions und a wretch-
ed complexlou. Electric hitters is
tho best medlclno In tho world to rcg-
ulajQ tho stomach liver and kidneys
and to purify the blood. It glcs
strong nerves bright cyoe enuotb
velvety skin rich complexion. It
will mako a gocd looking charming
woman of usun-dowp Invalid. Only
SOo at A. W. Foroman and Peoplo's
SOUTHERN EXPANSION. J L. Smith. Second Assistant.
Ci. A Hn Tl.tnl Aootctonf
Btolon l'rom my pUce. 3 mile
rrjot Uriel Buniljr morning J
illci rut of
uly eth. l'juo.
ono bay liuro wltli white tr in fomliead
13yarold. Ono s smile alroon new nmdo
11 hand! hlili nnd li branded with
oil back pari of each litnd lee &)
livW.lt ti&mntall. Claremora. I T. Bail.
die Is itaiupwf all over and liaaituall ! til
er pocaeia. xne bduto wii atuieu "7 a
youni man who claimed bit uamo was
Frank Hill. Ilo li tall and tllm with
smooth facj was wearing a black suit ot
Enlargement of the Wine of Cardul
Plant In Chattanooga.
Chattanooga Tcnn. July 5. The
Chattanooga Medicine Co. manufact
urers ot McElrccs wine of Cardul and
Thcdfords Dlack Draught havo just
completed tho erection ot thrco new
buildings as additions to their large
plant bore. These buildings give the
company over two acres ot Uoor space
and mako the plant the second largest
In the world devoted to the propriet-
ary mcdcclno business.
In moving Into this modern equip-
ment the medicine company has In-
stalled a complete electrical plant
for operating Its machinery Improved
electric motors being located In each
building. An auloiuatlo sprinkler
outfit which is considered an ubso
luto prevents oof loss by tiro has also
been erected. -
This great business Is rapidly ex-
tending to foreign Holds a shipment
of 7500 bottles of Wiuo ot Cardul be
ing made to British South A frloa to
Falrland Irom Monday July
0th to Friday July 13th inclusive
WeBlvHle lrora Monday July
lGth to Friday July 20th Indus-
ive. Slillwell Monday July 23rd
to Friday July 27lb inclusive.
Bunch Monday July 30ih to
Friday August 3rd inclusive.
Sallienw Monday August 6th
to Friday August lOtli inclusive.
Muldrow Monday August 13tb
to Friday August 17th inclusive.
Pryor Greek Monday Septem-
ber 10th to Friday September
Vinita Monday bepteuiber 17.
to Friday September 27.lh inclusive.
Welch Monday October 1st to
Friday October 5th inclusive.
Bartlesville Monday October
8th to Friday October 12th in
Nowata Monday October 16th
to Friday Gctober lO'.n inclusive.
Oolagau Monday October 22d
to Friday October 2Gth inclusive
Olaremore Monday October
20th to Friday November Oth in
Oatoosa Monday November
12th to Friday November 10th
Chelsea Monday November
10th lo Friday November 23rd
Heads of families may oUroll tho
members of their families And
minor children who make tbelr
homea with them. Guardians
may enroll their wards
G. A. Cox Third Assistant
W. P. Thorne. . .Fourth Assistant
MJbsA. F. Wilson Principal.
Mrs. H. W. C. Shelton..lst Asa'l.
Lillian Alexander.. 2nd ABtistant.
Minta Foreman 3rd Assistant.
Dannie Robb 4th Assistant.
Mrs. E. P. Bushy head.. Gth Asa't
Cora McNair Music.
E. C. Alberty Principal.
W. A. Thompson.... 1st Assistant.
Gertrude Rogers 2nd Ass't.
Mrs. E. M. Thompson.. 3rd Ass't
Roger Eubanks 4.h Assistant
Cberrio Edmondeon Music
A Durant barber tells It with t
frankness indicating truth that one
of bis patrons usos a wart on the
back ot his neck for a collar button.
Suroeon and Dentist.
Hoadanarters at Gornatzer's stables
north aido Main street Vinita I. T .
MEREDITH D. V. S.
. Attorney at law Notary Public
"Collect Bad Debts."
Get photographs that you are wil-
ling to gie to your friends.
Makes them best grades in rlatl-
num and gloss also Photo Buttons.
Fowler's photos arc the cheapest
made in the Cherokee nation
OradoTakon Into Consideration.
OUlce in New llaUell Building.
Vinita I. T.
A W. FOREMAN
Physician & Surgeoi
OQlco tn Patton Iiulldlog
Vlalta. I T
HAS. W.DAY D. D. 8
Oold crown and. bridge wet
Office OTerFlrtt Nat' Manx. VINITA. I
clothes and black Imt and It about Suycara
ucrio- WattMavm. l'ryor Creek I T
TAKKN Uf-len mile northwest ot Vial-
to out bay nore. aoouv years oin. auou
ltK bauds falsi! utanded K U on Ictt ihou
son nave I
C7 H. KORNECrAY
Attorney nt Law
and Notary Public.
Offloe la aetT Halted Bld'ff. VINITA I.T
Will practice In all the United State Court
Mound Gify Go.'s
Aurora X" Paint
look better longer than when
cheap paints arc used. Apply
according to directions and
your vehicle is at its best.
P. G. BROWNING
Dttltr In Lumber Lath.SMnglet Meuad
CitfPalatand Oiegj VtrnLhu. Mound
City Palnti ibtetatilf guaranteed.
Ideal Mowera Hay Rakes
And Corn Binders
For Sal by
J. F. Dunham t AdairJ.T
DR. O. R. GRIFFITH
DEN QBfm TIST
Rooms 14 and 10 Hill Building
V.L&J 1'UUL. X2T33. 372XC.
ol the Indian Territory.
TR. L. BAOBY
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Vtnita. Ind. Ter
THE ONLY SCALE
TVTRS. A. R. MILLS M. D.
Office at Masonic lluildlng.
Diseases or women and Children ai
Qfflcet In new llalull bl J'g. Vihita.I.T
DtTeaeert Utll Attorae;t.atLaw
Roomi I S btnk uld'K. ULAiaxoiii.I.T
t'raotlce In United Statet and Cherokee Coorti
Not occupying more space than
the first following will be inserted
at 85.00 per year. Tho verdict ol
men owi ing largo or small borda
is that it paya to advertise tho
R. R. TAYLOR
Postonlcr Vlnlta I.T.
Smooth crop lu
Urt ear and crop
andapllt In the
som? cattle lr
linage oa Lo-
entt creek root
mlleei.t. or Vlnlta.
'tfL'ABLEa Accurate Durable.
. B. FttA YSEB
in III; Cabin
weti or liiue-
i . .
P M. SMITH 10-1
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bpeclal altenllen glien ilyeo to trial otenltj.
Alwayt ready to antwer ronr qnettloni ani"
reply to yoor tnqulrlet.
6l4ce over lUldia'I. VINITA. I . T.
LIST OP TBACI1GRS.
old and 0 (eet hln.li I will pay ttt reward
ror nil taiiaio ana ca tor ino roan ana
bauds b 2h. utandea K U on Ictt ahoul
acr auu uip. uwuer can nave bona uy prov
ivinvufnni inu imai -ruiaa
Ing iime aud nay Ing e
M L Logan..
J. G. Ilarnage
tt. w.uuin o.uouuok
BLUB CSs WILSON
1- HWIS T. MARTIN
Jj Vlnlta Ind. Ter.
Real Estate and ulleotlons.
i . . . OfflcrtnOray bo'idluj with
Ural Asdlstant. J l.?w3 P Parker
BALE OM IrONDOED UIlilOKS A YBAIW
THE VOHDtnFUL MEDICINE.
TlicrrelloTo Distress from Djgpcp-
Ja Indlgwlton and Too Hearty Rat-
ios aro a icrfwt remedy fnrDlzzl.
ipm. Nausea DrovrBiness Bad ToMo
1 1 tho Jlouth. CoatMl Toneuc. Pain in
ho Bide TOIU'ID IJVEIt.
I hoy Xogulate tho. Bowela.
Chov Cure Sick Headnclio.
A. Single Ona Gives Relief
drarUtA kA arerwinfa
I.Ma rwU.1 wmuttjttm mi be . . .
f "" T r T- "-?""' e anintti Ma IDUI
mnl n tuIa an.1! nniLrfiollf.
vz -ni 'v ft rr v:
. . ... - f. ni I js - . .
Pryor Creek Ind. Tor.
Swallow fork aud
amUrblt In right ear
Itange on I'rjoi
W. H. NOBLES
llort brand tame.
In each tar
Falrland Ind. Ter
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