The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 16, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the
standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder
Superior to every other known. Makes
delicious cake and pastry light flaky biscuit
griddle cakes palatable and wholesome.
priok bakihq rowoin 00.
Note. Avoid baking powders made from
nluta. They look like
kc nurc oowdcrs.
nnd may rake the cakes but alum
and no one can cat looo
it without injury to health.
b n noison and
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Griswurld's Undo Tom's Cabin Co.
will present this ever popular drama
of American life under a large water-
proof pavilion lilted up In (.'rand
style with raised xcuts etc. also a
largo stago equipped wltb nil modern
Improvements nnd a car load of scen-
ery for a special spectacular produc-
tion of the pluy. Tlio pros from sur-
rounding tonus speak In the highest
term of tlio play.
The Cairo Hulletln says: Uncle
Tom's Cablu On. appeared to tho lartf-
est anillrticc nf tlio season last night.
Tliolr tent U tlttcil up In regular up-
ir luuiso style nnd It Is a wonderful
performance this company elves.
There Is nut a poor actor In tlio show.
Tho newspaper men called In n body
on Mr. Oris wood In his beautiful cur
and were shown through one of tlip
finest Pullmans ever seen In the city.
Kchiembor tho dale Aug. 17th Vl-
Pepsin Syrup Co.
Dear Sirs: I feci It my duty to
wrlto to you and let you know bow
jiiuch good your medicine has done
nio. Twnuiy-thrco years ago I was
r.sikcn with sumo kind of Stomach
trouble and 1 tried everything I heard
of. They did me but little good.
Th re o years ago neuralgia set In on
jno and I got so poor and weak that I
could hard walk couldn't work any.
My busbind received tt hook through
tho wall advertising your medicine
and he sent our little boy to the drug
storo to gotono your ten cent bottles.
I began to uso It. It Is strange to say
but Is Hit truth tho second doso I
.tjolujuvcmlot' of relief. I kept on
uslnc it till I used It nearly h year
and cow I am nearly as strong as 1
used to bo and can do any kind of
work. I recommed It to all for It
seems to tuc It would euro anybody.
1 have gotten several to use Dr. Cald-
well's syrup pepsin and they all say
It Mas done them so much good. God
bless Dr. Caldwell and his medicine
Sot doing so much good.
Yours with respect
Mrs. Isabell Wnelcr.
1'rtctown Jackson Ho. Ind.
Sold by People's drug store. dn
Hall's family pills arc the best.
Ridge Ilogcrs of Cataie was In town
I. H. Hitchcock went to Chocotah
That sick headache Is malaria try
Collins ague cure. dw
Judge QUI returned from Muskogee
Ak your grocer for Red Cross ball
blue. Large 2oz. packago Qvo cents.
Wm. Simms and wife arc tbo proud
parents of a'ucw buby born on the 8th.
You will fcol better tomorrow if
you takoColllns Ague cure tonlghudw
The Frisco carried a homcscckcrs
excursion west Thursday bound for
When you go to buy bluing; ask for
Red Cross ball blue. Lurgc package
Father Vcrsavel Is expected home
about tho flrsiuf September from his
Warm days and cool nights cause
malaria aud chill. Collins ague cure
will quickly cure you. dw
Tho Indian Territory had eighty
cars of catllo on the St. Louis mar-
ket Wednesday of last week.
Ladles who take pride In udcur
white clothes should use Red Cross
ball blue. Refuse Imitations.
Aroyourunnln for ofllco thl Jreat?
No you durn fool; I'm run In' to
Pcoplo's drug store for n bottle of Dr.
Caldwell's syrup pepsltf to o-jrc this
A. M. Scatter nnd E. T. Smith of
tho Chicago Art Co? fwerc In town
last Friday but found Vlnlta pretty
well worked over lu their line.
Fortify tho body to resist malarial
gorms by putting Hie system in per-
fect order. Prickly Ash Hitters Is a
wonderful systom regulator. Sold by
Chapman & Drlggs. dw
A inan named Henry Ely was
fatally Injured In tlio Frisco yards at
Tulsa Friday by being run over by
a car. Roth legs wcro cut olT.
Landlady Artcr of tin Cobb house
sayt it Is nothing unusual for every
room in tho house lu bo full besides
twenty or thirty cots in tho hall.
Tho household remedy Is Hunt's
lightning oli. All aches and pains
quickly relieved. Satisfaction or
nionoy refunded. A. W. Foreman w
Tho Frisco milling and elevator
company's building Is beginning to
take shape. It will bo completed nnd
ready for business by September 16th.
Dr Simmons' Sarsaparllla Invigor-
ates the norvous system tones and
strengthens tho dlgcstlvo organs and
at tho same timo eradicates disease
l'lfty cents and 60 doses. A. W.
Mr. C. M. Cordell of Logansport
Indiana general emigration agent of
the Frisco line was in the city Thurs-
day. Tho gentleman accompanied tho
home seekers excursion this far on the
way to Oklahoma.
Plump checks Hushed with tho
soft glow of health aud a puro com-
plexion nmko all women beautiful.
Hcrblno Imparts strength and vital-
ity to tho system and tho rosy huo of
health to tin checks. Trice COc dw
Allies and Horses
For fat and
i sound Mulos and
jHorsos 4 to 8
lyoars orokon 1
will pay meliost
Will bo at Vinita ovory Satur-
day. C. J. IIukolt Vinita I.T
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OF ST. louis.:
The St. Louis National
Located atEastSt. Louis III.
Ultfollf oppoilU th eltjr of Bt. Lon1. Buy-
r for all deaerlptlon or LI to Slock always in
attendance and within the grounda or the
Stock Verde It a Beef Canning Compear with
a capacity lor alanahllrlng 3. wo bead or cattle
tally anill'ork l'aoklncratablUhinrntabaT
naiiaclty for elaaghle rlnKltAoo hoc dallr.
. - ... CO. KNOX. Vice e.
I.. W. KUAKK. A't. den. Ujtr.
JAB. M.M.KTKKKn. (Jen. 4gcnt for Texaf
Htid liidlun Territory
Quick Sure. Pleasant.
Poes not Nauseate.
Col. IUY.Muo arrived Friday night
from Baxter Springs and Is busy with
law business at bis oillcc today.
A Gcrmantown mao named Tide is
tho father of twins a boy and a. girl.
Ho Is going to name them Eband Flo.
Our health giving preparations are
unexcelled they arc the best and do
their work well. People's drug store.
Several prospective changes In bus-
iness In Vinita on tap which may de-
velop Into realities In tho near future
Collins ague cure cures the kidneys
works the liver tones up the stomach
and purifies the bowels. dw
Marshal Led bettor has declared war
on the hundred or more vagrant dogs
that Infest the town at night.
Look out for malaria. It Is season-
able now. A few doses of Prickly Ash
bitters Is a sure preventive. Chap-
man & Urlggs. dw
Tbo Eureka Springs excursion over
the Frisco went cast at 3:25 Sat
urday well loaded with territory
Dido will bo received lor u remedy
that is equal to Dr. Caldwell's syrup
pepsin. Fur particulars ask People's
Rev. W. T. King and wife went to
Woodley Friday at which place Mr.
King preached Friday evening and
Collins aguo cure Is an unfailing
remedy for all liver and kidney
troubles and a thorough blood pur
A big democratic picnic is advertis-
ed for Saturday the 18tli Instant at
Ncal England's spring a fow tulles
south of Afton.
The ladles wonder how Mrs
manages to preserve her youthful
looks. Tho secret Is she tithes Collins
ague cure It keeps tho system In per-
fect order. -.
Miss Ucrnlcc Lewis of Adair takes
Miss Purvlauce's place us city circu-
lator for Tho Dally Chieftain. She
begun work Monday.
Ho eun hctrilly lu ihc liotest
wcjthtMwhu uwi Prickly Ash bitters.
It keeps his stomach liver and bowels
In perfect order. Sold by Chapman
& Drlggs. dw
A lettor from Dr. Wlmer Saturday
atutcs that his parly havo enough of
Ojpo Nome und wero headed forborne.
Tlio letter was dated July 20.
Cheatham's tasteless chill tonic
cures tho chills builds up tho system
and drives away Its Ills. It makes the
weak si nw and fattens the lean It
Is tho tonic of tonics tho best ever
keen. 00c. A. W. Foreman. w
A special train of 32 cars of wheat
passed through South McAlcstcr
Friday bound for Liverpool Eng-
land. Oklahoma wheat will soon be
followed oy Indian Territory cotton
to the same port.
Hunt's cure for itching plies
Hunt's cure for ringworm.
Hunt's cure for totter.
Hunt's cure fpr Eczema.
Hunt's cure cures all skin troubles.
A. W. Foreman. w
The base ball suits ordered for tho
"Vlnlta Merchants" have come and
arc the complctcst and handsomest
ever seen. The suit includes
shirt pantsbclt and cap. The suits
aro of heavy green flancl.
Extreme hot weather Is a great tax
upon the dlgcstlvo power of babies;
when puuy and feeble they should be
given a dose of White's cream vermi-
fuge. Price 23 cents People's drug
Captain Cobb had three carsof Tex-
as cattle on tbo St. Louis market to-
Satuaday.Onc load of dehorns weighed
1010 and brought 4c. The other two
loads weighed 970 and sold at $3.8o-
These wero very satisfactory prices.
If you ask what is the quickest best
and safest cblll tonic tbo answer will
Invariably be "My friend use Cheat-
ham's; It Is pleasant and guaranteed."
Put up in both the tasteless and bit-
ter styles. CO cents. A. W. Fore-
Jess Thomas was treed by a mad
bull last week near his farm on Cabin
creek. The Infuriated bruto kept hlni
in the tree for tlio spnee of an hour or
For twenty years Bongs' German
salvo has been curing obstinate cases
of blind Itching and bleeding piles.
It has given quick relief and a perma-
nent cure in hundreds of cases whero
aoctors have failed. Don't delay.
Try It now and stop that suffering.
Peoples drug storo. w
The W. J. Harrison bankruptcy caso
was resumed In Judge Gills court
Saturday. A number o f witnesses
arc to be examined and the case will
occupy considerable time.
For dlgcstlvo weakness nervous-
ness pains In the side flatulence
dizziness wakefulness Ucabachc and
other annoying accompaniments of
costlvcncss Hcrblno Is a prompt and
unequalled remedy. Price CO cents.
Peoples drug store. dw
T. C Rhea live stock agent for
tho Katy with headquarters at Wag
oner and Sam Hunt representing at
Ft. worth tho National stock yards
were in the city Friday.
Old man Fisher father of Tld Fish
or who was killed by the sheriff's
posse near Southwest City was held
by the Plnevlllc grand Jury on tho
charge of being an accessary to the
crime of killing tbo sheriff. He was
taken to the Neosho Friday night to
save mm from mob violence.
It. M. Booth Elgin 111. who has
Just escaped a very dangerous opera-
tion writes us "Bcggs' German salve
cured mo of piles after everything
el so had failed. I was preparing for
an operation as a last resort. Would
not bo without It If It cost (10 a box."
Pcoplo's diug store.
The Eufaula ball club
R. 0. Ohllils of rcoro 111. makes
a suggestion of great Yaltio to every
body. "Bcggs' German salvo is tho
best general household remedy made"
It cures cuts burns scalds old sores
all skin diseases and Is tho only pllo
euro that novor falls to cure perma-
nently. Pcoplo's drug store. w
Lltllo Anna Tibblls assisted at
tho Jumbo during tho sale.
For mosquito bites biles or stings
of insects animals or reptiles apply
Ballard's snow liniment. It coun-
teracts tho poison in tho wound sub-
dues tho Inflamatlon and heals tho
flesh. Prlco 25 und CO cents. dw
Tbo Kuty passoriger took four extra
coaches south Friday ovcnlcg.
What Bcggs German salvo has done
for others is the strongest proof of
what It will do for you. "It cured
mo or Itching and bleeding piles after
years of suffering. IU worth $10 a
box to anyone suffering from this
most annoying disease." Mrs. O. W.
Jones Cairo 111. Pcoplo's drug
Miss Bcrnlco Lewis of Adair came
up Friday to visit Miss Hallo Thomp-
son. Bcggs' hair rencwer cures dandruff
stops hair falling out and will grow
hair on bald heads. Bcggs' Mfg. Co.
Chicago. "Your hair rcnewcr re-
moved all tho dandruff from my scalp
ana stopped my hair falling out In
two weeks." Mrs. Ella Marshall
Jollict III. People's drug storo.
Tom Cobb was Quito sick for a day
or two last week the result having a
Wanted Ouo young man from the
Cherokee nation I T to prepare for
tbo coming railway mall scrvco ex-
amination .We furnish everything
Including books and maps. Address
enclosing stamp Iotor-Stato Corres-
pondence Institulc Cedar Rapids
Miss Myrtle Webb entertained a
number of young people last Thurs-
Tbo hair falls out from a lack o
nourishment tho pores of the scalp
Ull up with a small parasite which
prevent a new growth. Bcggs' hair
rcnewcr removes any obstructlpn to
the hair cells restores healthy action
to tho scalp and tho hair can't help
but grow. People's drug store. w
J. II. Sample aud A. J. Green went
hunting last Friday bringing back
some One pralrlo chickens.
A bald bead or an untidy condition
of the halrcauscs more unhappy hours
than any other condition of life
Avoid these by using Bcggs' hair rc-
newcr. It cures all scalp diseases
stops hair coming out and grows hair
on bald heads. Guaranteed to give
satisfaction. People's drug store w
A Mr. Haines was hero Friday
from Missouri looking over the coun-
try with a view to locating.
"What's In a name?" Tho word
"bitters" docs nut always Indlcato
something harsh and disagreeable.
Prickly ash bitters Is proof of this
it cleanses strengthens and regulates
me system morougniy yet it Is so
pleasant the most delicate stomach
wilt not object to It. Sold by Chap-
man & iirlggs. wd
P. L. Super returned from Potcau
Saturday last und brought with him
an exceedingly fino lot of Elbcrta
peaches. The largest would measure
something like a foot In circumfer-
ence. Stop your hair falling out! "Ery-
sipelas resulted in entire loss of my
hair; two buttles Bcggs' hair rcnewcr
gave mcu line growth." J. A. Lin-
del Editor Advocate Humcston
Iowa. Guaranteed for all scalp dis
eases; restores hair to natural growth
and color. Try it now Pcoplo's
Tbo musical recital given at the
Presbyterian church Friday night by
Mrs. Morning's class In music was a
very dcllgbtf nl affair. The largo class
of young people acquitted themselves
with much credit and
showed the careful training bestowed
upon them by their teacher. The
Instrumental pieces were wclj
rendered and tho vocal selections be-
spoko tho fascinating powers of tbo
cultivated voice. The entertainment
was greatly enjoyed by a fair sized
Constipation Imparcd digestion and
a torpid liver are tlio most common
ailments that arc responsible for that
tired listless fagged-out feeling that
makes tho summer a dreaded period
to so many people. Herblne will euro
constipation It Improves the diges-
tion and arouses tbo liver to the nor-
mal activity. Price SOctsj Pcoplo's
Little Charles S. Skclley was run
over by a buggy last Saturday the
horso kicking him on the bead and
tho rear wheel of the buggy passing
over his neck. Ho was badly but not
Why Don't You Eat?
"No appetite" you say "Stomach
feels bad." Well toko Dr. Caldw oll'i
syrup pepsin and you can oat any-
thing. Peoples drug store.
Reads Chieftain Ads
"Bill" Djwnlng who lives north of
town In tho Greeno settlement was
a customer at tho Jumbo stofo lust
Friday and nfter buying a largo bill
remarked to Mr. Rett tho dry goods
salesman; this Is what the Chieftain
docs; I read your ad In tho paper and
know Just what 1 wa'ntcd boforo com-
ing In. This shows that a merchant
who really has something to itdycrlso
and knows how to do Invests his mon
ey In u suro thing rvcrvtlmc.
If you arc an Ex-Union soldier and
havo tiled n homestead claim on
less thari ICO acres and havo for any
causo abandonded or relinquished It
prior to tho 22nd day of Juno 1874
you can learn something to your Inter-
est by calling on cither JoslahrQ.
Davis or John B. Turner Vlnlta
I. T. dwltn
Forest Duncan Dead.
Forest Duncan died at his homo In
tho Cherokee nation near Chctopa
last Wednesday nfter a long illness
with typhoid fever. For some wcoks
past his sister Miss Ncttio Duncan
of this city has been at his bcdsldo
tenderly nursing blm. Forest was 10
years of age and tho mainstay of his
mother's family since tho death of his
father last year. Ho was and Indus-
trious and exemplary young man and
his loss Is keenly felt by his family
and all who know him.
To the Deaf.
A rich lady cured of deafness and
noises In tho head by Dr. Nicholson's
arclllclal eardrums gavo 110000 to
his Institute so that deaf people un-
ablo to procure tho car drums may
havo them free. Address No. 3051c
tho Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth
avenue Now York. w-43-ly
Judge aill Will Build.
Judgo Gill has decided to build In
Vlnlta and mako It his permanent
home. Ho has secured one of tho
most desirable rcsldcnco lots In tho
city and the contract for an elegant
now rcsldcnco will bo let at once.
The lot was purchased from W. E.
Halscll nnd the location is diagonally
across tho street from tho Halsell
rcsldcnco block on Miller street. It
Is nn cast frout und on a street corner.
The buildings that now occupy tho
placo will bo moved to another lot.
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargilo of
Washita I. T. He writes: "Four bot-
tles of Electric bitters has cured Mrs.
Brewer of scrofula which had caused
her great suffering for years. Tcrriblo
sores would break out on her head and
face aud tho best doctors could give
no help: but her euro Is complete and
her health Is excellent." This shows
what thousands have proved that
Electric blttcra is tho best blood purl-
llcr known. It's tho supremo for ecze-
ma tetter salt rhem ulcers bolis and
unnlng sores it stimulates liver
kidneys and bowels expels poisons
helps digestion builds up tho
strength. Only 5u cents. Sold by
Peoples drug storo and A. W. Fore
man. guaranteed. dw
1HOCTAW ROUTE'S EXCURSIONS.
Inlghtsof rythias Conclave Detroit
Mich. Tickets on sale August 35th a6th
nnd 37th at one fare plus two dollsrn for
the round trip. Tickets ore limited till
faept.5th for return passage with privilege
of extending till Sept. 14th.
For rates and other information apply
nearest railroad agent or write J. V. Ilof-
den Traffic Manager. Little Rock. Ark.
Wo offer one hundred dollars re-
ward for auy case of catarrh that can
not bo cured by Hall's ratarrah cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O.
Wo tho undersigned havo known F.
J. Cheney for tho last 16 years and
believe him perfectly honorable in
all business transactions and finan-
cially able to carry out any obliga-
tions mado by tho firm.
"West and Traux Wholesale druggists
Toledo O. Waldlog Klnnan & Mar-
vln wholesale druggists Toledo O.
Hall's catarrh cure Is taken Intern-
ally acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
THE KATV EXCURSION BULETIN
For national encampment G. A. R. at
Chicago Aug. 37 to Sept. 1 the Katy will
sell tickets at rate of one fare for round
trip. Tickets on sale Aug. 24-27; final
return limit Sept. 30 by depositing ticket
with agent and paying 30c.
For meeting of Masonic grand bodies
of Indian nnd Oklahoma Territories at
Wagoner Aug. 10-17 the Katy will make
a rate of one and one-fifth fare for the
A New ilanHow?
By Buying Your Wife a
New : Buck's : Range
Instead of her old worn-out stove.
Come and see our Hardware.
W W. MILLER
.VINITA IND. TOR.
vy H KOIINEQAY
Attorney nt Law
nnd Notary Public.
OQca In new Haliall Illd'tr. VINITA I.T
IVIilpraottealnall Disunited Btalea Coort
Ann I) of the Indian 'Xorrltorr.
HAS W.DAY D. D. 0.
Oold crown and brldga-work
Office OTerVlratMnt Hunk VINITA. t T
Get the Best.
And Let Us Figure with You on
Good Dry Lumber
.Sash Doors Etc
-l -AT RIGHT PRICES.
Engraving Plain & Ornamental
Promptly Executed I
Fino ntul complicated watch ropniring
Motto : Not tho chonpnst but tlio I5ES"i
work at all times
Jeweler and Optloinn.
Now nt Green's drug storo S. Wilson St. Vinita.
Oliver Laby Prcs.
J. O. Hall V-Pimh.
W. P. Phillip; Cashier
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY.
Capital 8100000 Surplus 815.00C
Oldest and Strongest National Bank in
the Cherokee Natioo
A. h. Clfurchlll
.! V. KQ't"'. H. rrnyer.
SW. II. Korueffoy W.A.Uruliem
E. N. lUtcIIIT
O. W. Clark
J. O. Hall
Does ft Safo Gonoral Banking BuBinoes.
M0TT0:"A Penny Saved is a Penny Made."
Write on poor paper when you can get good paper
Box Paper 9c. Up.
Come see it.
TR. I. BAGBY
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Vinita. Ind. Ter.
jyritS. A. R. MILLS M. D
Onico at Masonic llulldlng.
Diseases of woman and Children a
rjAVfiNPOUT &;TIIOMPS(hN '
Ofllcei In new Halted blil'g. Vihita.I.t
DaTtaport A Hillittorc?n-t.IiT
Practice In United Statu and Cherokee Coarl I
P M. SMITH 10-1
ATTOKNEY AT LAW
NOTA It Y POBLIO LOAN liKOKER
Special attention riren trWon la trial nf .nil.
Afwajt ready to nntwer ronr auritloni ami
.l .f. VMHH ... - " - .
reply toyonr Inqnlrlei.
uiuce orer jimciiii'B.
VINITA. I. T.
H. W DLU r. (. W1UOM
BLUB & WILSON
furniture Storo. 1NITA.I. T.
r BWIS T. MARTIN.
J-J Vlnlta Ind. Tor.
Roal Estato and Collections.
Notary Public Stonographer
Offlco In Orny bnlldlug with
Lummi V . I'nrkor
Q D. MBXtBDITH D. V. S.
Suisoeon and Dentist.
Headquarters at Ooroatzer'n ntnbles
north slilo Main street Vinita I. T .
OB. NEVILLE "
. Attorney at law Notary Publlb
"Collect Bad Dedts."
OUlco in Now Ilnlncll JJullainjr.
Vinita I. T.
rR. 0. R. GRIFFITH
den $am? TIST
Rooms 14 and 10 Hill Building
OALB OSE IIUItDI-XD HtLUOXS A YJUJl.
THE WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
They roliovo Distress from Dyimep-
psa Inalgestion nml Too Ilcnrtv fcnt-
tng: nro n pcrfixit remedy for"DlzzJ.
ntm hiioa DrowHinnw Itail Tnsto
In tho Mouth. Conted Tongue Pain In
tho Side. TOIU'ID LTVEn.
Thoy Rcgulato tho Bowels.
Thoy Curo Sick Headache
A Singlo Ono Gives Relief.
... r. rirf rrrrt nomMltuto
"'"" xinan. iiinlAil c ho. It
' I n MUtf4ftlKll'M0
Muskogee In the game for the champ
lonsblpof the territory Friday by a
score of 8 toO. Joe Llttlo and Kerd
Lemon ro playing with Muskogee.
Nothing so thoroughly removes tho
malarial germ from the system as
Prickly Ah bitters. Itglreullfcand
action to tbe torpid liver strengthens
and agists the kidneys to properly
cleans tho blood gives tone to tho
stomach purities tbo bowels and pro
motes good oppctltc vigor and cheer.
fulnos.Sold by Cbapman&Urlggs.dw
A party of Pryor Creek pcoplo con-
slating of Pr. Joe Mayes son of Ex
Chief S. II. Mayes; J. C. Hogan J. ..
Iliiguii Lee Kendrlcks und P. V.
SaniuU were lu town Friday even
Piles arc not only In and of them-
selves very painful and uuuoylng but
often greatly aggruvutlvo and even
cauao other grave and painful affec-
tions and should therefore not be
neglected 'fabler's buckcyo pile
ilimient Is a great boon to sufferers
is It will cure them. Price 50 cents
Moore's pllulos aro a guaranteed
cure for all forms of malarial ague
cuius aim lever swamp fever malar-
fever bilious fever Jaundice Ull;
wsness fetid breath and a tired"
listless feeling. They curo rheuma-
tism und the lassitude following
blood poison produced from malarial
poltonlng. No quinine. No arsenic
acids or Iron. D not ruin stamach
or teeth. Entirely tasteless. Prlco
60 "ents pr box. Dr. 0. 0. Mooro Co.
310 Nortll Main street St. Louis Mo.
Sql I by People's drug store. dwly
A dreat Hay Oetter.
Joe Mapcs Is tho champion hay
hauler of this market. Ho hauls
0000 pounds and over ut a load and
Friday loaded a largo car with ono
two-horse wagon hauling the hay
over three miles. lie Is hauling for
narry ::unt ana can load a car a
day wltb case.
Tho Appltlte of uat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose stomach and liver are out order.
All such should know that Dr. Kings
New Llfo pllts the wonorfnl stomach
and liver remedy gives a splendid ap-
petite sound digestion and a regular
oouiiy naun that losurei perfect
iieaiiu una great
When winter totrtts the vital forces of
nature tre low and the tree stands like
tbe iltJil sum.
mer. In the
winter of life
ring of vital-
ity. In some
tbe effect is
their grin on
n burled part.
At this crisis
there Is need
of a medicine
build up tbe
Brock's Music House.
THE ONLY SCALE
at' ' fUvsmmmummSSSi
Reliable Accurate Durable.
BCAM BOX-BRASS-BEAM-! RON-LEVERS.
. i . . . ". r" i iicmhii im Kii:ub energy uniy 20c.
o bottles tubes 75 cents at People's People drug storo und A. W Pore
111? utrirn. it. I .i..vi.
I mg store.
which will nourlih
body and increase its vital nmrir.
uicuicinc is wr. nerce's uolden Med-
ical Discovery. It enriches the blood
purifies it carries off tbe clogging waste
of the syrtcni incrraes the nutrition of
the body and produces u sound healthy
condition with abundant vital power and
WaWd Due jrlua. Km. of Jonc Ohio Co.. Kr
wrilcti "When .1 Uiran Uklug rr l'lcrct'J
GoMtn Mtdlcal nltrartry I think I had ntrvoui
or cencfal dcbllllv of thrt vtara .tur.ffMi f
look three hottlra or the Dlcorrr. Darlnar
the lime I wea takiac II my ttp Wctuc more
andalwnlnrdatrcnfth rttrydir Ithatbrcn
u monun aiocc I took the rnedkinc and I Mill
bare rraaonahle health. I am wililnf to bare
you puUUh IhU and alto my former letter
ir you wl.li to and if It prow to be of benefit
Ip any afflicted penon I t.111 feel well repaid."
There. Is no alcohol or other intoxicant
In "Golden Medical Discovery" neither
opium or other narcotic drugs.
The dealer who offers a substitute for
tbe "Discovery" Is seeking to profit
himself not to help you. Ij'tlst on bay.
log "Golden Medical Discovery."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser Is sent free on receipt of stomps
to rover cost of mailing only. Send it
one -cent stamps for edition In paper
cover or 31 sUtnp for cloth binding
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce Boffslo tf. V.
Has the latest and best
Tlioro ia ono on exhibition on tho lrt south of tho court house
nnd Georgo Franklin Joo Ilncris Dan Wnrron nnd others havo
alrondy purchased machines.
In ortlor to introduce them Kho first tliirtv mnnliinna tnntnifnr.
turcd will ho gold at $45.00 EACH. Aftor this thoy will be sold
higher. Thoy will savo $3.00 a day over any othor hay btacKcr
made and aro Bix points ahoad of any and all othor stackors.
I have thoroughly tested this stacker and it is a
great success. George Blackwcll.
P--SVSVSVSWi.-rvfc SVSVU SV ?A''rffcVVt&'fA'fVVV v
The New Route
Memphis Th8 East
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS!
SOLID WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS!
Free Inclining Clialr Cara Fort Smith
To Alernplilu Without ChnriKe.
HENRY WOOD Gen. Mgp. J. P. H0LDEH Traffic Mgr.
lATfLB ROCK ARKANSAS.
Not occupying more- space than
tho first following will bo insorted
at $5.00 por yoar. The verdict of
men owning largo or small herds
Is that it pays to advertise tho
R. R. TAYLOR
Postofllcr. Vlnlta I. T.
lift ern.l crop
amlirlh Id tbt
eoino cattle In
Kanga on Lo.
euit creek ronr
mllraa.a. of VI.
15. U. If HA Y8ER
Vlnlta I. T
on lllg Cabin
ereek 7 miles
wail nf lllui -lickt.
onlj for alilp-
meat. S1UO reward
1'ryor Crcok Ind. Tcr.
Swallow lork anj
urn erblt In rich tear
uniterilope In lert.
Kanga on I'rjrot
W. H. NOBLES
llnrir brand aim
In each par l
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jrairliint) ind. Tor.
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! si'lli in
lope In left.
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 51, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 16, 1900, newspaper, August 16, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71659/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.