The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 20, No. 37, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 8, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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IOOAr : NOl'BS.
Mechanics all busy
Gardens looking flno.
Strawberries gelling rlpo.
Crop prospects aro excellent.
Moro new dwellings going up.
Hare you put up tlioso screen.
A good many strangers In town.
Mrs. Ed Thompson Isroportcd.slck.
Jno. It. Mcintosh Is a Chelsea visitor.
Jno. D. Seaman of Tulsa.ls a court
Tim bathing pools will soon be.Jn
Mr. I). M. Wrbb tins a very sick
Snin MrS rnWi-ii U am-iMf tho Ghel-
Rcnnlor Ontcc Mayes U here from
Momin Olnry O..(lo 25a per pound
0. Il.iUlwmnn Is down from Welch
Watt Mayes Is up from Pryor Greek
Fish atorloi aro about as (liny as
usual this season.
Tcnnesseo sorghum 33 cents per gal-
lon at Ualciitlno'4.
Mrs. T. 1. McOlasson l visiting
rclatlvos In Texn.
Mrs. II. 0. Tayno has been very sick
the past two weeks.
M. L. Padcn of Centralla Is serv-
ing on tho petit Jury.
A frwh lot of quconawaro Just re-
Vlnlta has been especially favored
with showers of late.
Wm. Howell 1 down from Oicuma
on tho grand Jury.
Lon Oontior tho Falrland merchant
s attending court.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Raymond are
visiting at Chelsea.
Miss Dcrtba Wacascr has a position
with Sam It. Frazec.
Gardon vegetables aro coming the
homo grown article.
Percy Walker Is down from Fair-
land attending court.
Turner Edralston of llcattle's Prai-
rie U attending court.
Ewlng Halsell and wife aro here
from Texas on a visit.
Gus Lubbes tho Muskogco jailer It
In attendance at court.
J. L. Uumgarner ofSpavInaw Is
serving on tho petit Jury.
Fo' II. II. Hod and Pylo game chick-
en eggs see Geo. Higgles.
Lea Robinson of Iilg Cabin Is a
member of the grand Jury.
Pliny L. Sopcr returned from Wash-
ington on the Frisco today.
John W. Jordan of Cleveland Ok.
Is among the court visitors.
Tom McCain will soon have bis
strawberries on the market.
Joe Lahav and John ilullcllo are
among tho Clarorooro visitors.
Mrs. H. C. Ilarrctt returned from
Stroud Okla. Saturday evening.
Sam It. Frazce will movo to II. M.
Smith's new house In a few days.
Leave your order at Lee Barrett's
for a Mexican stamped leather belt.
Mm ilib't Ironside will spend the
summer In Colorado for her health.
W. S. Stanfleld at.d wife and Miss
Desslc Ilarrctt are visiting In Joplln.
F. P. Nomcl Is having u very large
refrlgorator put In hh meat markot.
II. II. Hester the Cholsca restau-
rant man Is among the court visitors.
Dudley Kills eaino In from Sapulpa
Sunday and spent tho day with his
Vlnlta has plenty of rain while
other noarby sections aro suffering
Pr. Day H having an awning built
In front of his business houso on
D. 0. Jossc a newspaper publisher
of Drowning Mo. was a pleasant
Tho members of tbo Vlnlta bar aro
pricing saddlebags preparatory to
riding the circuit.
An additional door has been placed
In tho commissioner'.) court to Im-
prove the ventilation.
Miss Willie Troll has returned
from a weeks visit with Miss May
McOlellan at Clarcmorc.
Judge John R.Thomas and Col Tom
Marcum are am on g tbo visiting at-
torneys from Muskogee.
Mrs.ii. W. Druco and Mm. J. II.
Moorc.qf C6nwayArk.aro visiting at
the homo J.S. Davenport.
R. Loe Martin was In from Pcnsa-
cola and reported a valuablo
11 Hoy stolen from him Tuesday night.
Two colored mlulstcrs entertained
a large crowd In front of tho court
houieMondoy fpoutlu' 'bout bap-
Clerk Chandler Issued a marriage
license this morning to Georgo Laud-
rum and Graco Matthews both of
"Smiling Jim" Huckleberry the
efllolont assistant prosecutor came
up from Muskogco Monday pre-
pared to keep up his groat record of
JJcrt Chandler and Dob Lybrand are
tho court encyclopedias. They can
give a visitor Information on any sub-
ject from tho analysis of tho artesian
water to tho grub at cavenworth.
Tho body of a -oarponter natntd
Marsh was found In Horso creek a
few miles below Afton Saturday by
Mrs. Luuoyteau. Deceased was
slightly domontcd and tho supposi-
tion Is that ho sulrlded.
Attorney Dorset Carter of Purcell
whoso clash with the Interior depart-
ment did much to put a quietus on
the expulsion from tho territory of
tlioio who' wore persona non grata to
tho department ss attending court.
Assistant DlilrloU Attornoy Orrln
L. Rldor who handles tao grand Jury
end of tho legal gamo was dealing
out largo stocks of advice to Iroublo
hunters Monday. "Orrlo" la not
only a very capable ofllclal but de-
servedly popular with all who have
business with him.
Attorney Samllgo Hill Is hero
Attorney J. D. Cox of Wagoner
Michael Sbeehan Is confined to his
homo through Illness.
Champ Ilrown of Muskrgsc Is
registered at tho Cobb
J. W. Wilson and Frank Hucher of
Dartlcsvlllo aro In tho city.
Leo Ilarrett Is the ownor of a very
flno "Roger K" driving horso.
John Mcintosh the Chelsea hard-
ware dealer Is attending court
.Moro of thoso beautiful presents at
Baleotlno's. Come and see thorn1
0.0. Fryr n leading Oherokeo pol-
itician of S.iUUi.v win tioro Tues-
day. The Ftnt National buik f II l-to v
has tieeu orguilz'il with acip'tulof
Col. W. M. Craven tmn of tho
leading attorney of Fort Snl'h Is
Ed Leo is ral'lr.g ei gutlv prepara-
tory to ciiKHglng In tho Siilt water
Tbo closing exercises of Willie Hat-
sell college will take place Thursday
and Friday of next week.
Mrs. Nnlllo Llsb of Oklahoma has
been visiting Gus Scars and wlfo for
several days the past week.
Dr. A. K. Wray superintendent of
tbo Congregational Homo Missionary
society Is here from Carthago.
Clerk Chandler Issued a marriage
llccnso yesterday to J. E DeWtt
and Nora Campbell both of Catoosa.
United States Clork Ohas.A. David-
non and family arrived on yesterday's
train and aro tbo guosts of Judge
and Mrs. Jc -ph A. G'l!.
Tom Paynt of Muldrow Is hero at-
tending court. It Is said that ho has
his eye on one of the clerkships undor
tho division of tho district. .
Jim Gage Frank Lewis Will Moon
and Will Hearer charged with vari-
ous ojlenses wcro brought up from
Muskogee Tuesday tor trial.
Commencement ..exorcises at tho
Cherokee Orphan asylum will take
place May 20 and 27. An clabiralo
program has been prepared.
Deputy Marshal John O'llryan cap-
tured ten barrels of beer which wore
labeled "mineral water" at tboKaty
depot at Wagoner Tuesday.
Through the courtesy of Dr. Pin-
quard thlsofflco is In receipt of sever-
al copies of tho Manila American a
dally paper printed at Manila P. I.
W. L. Chapman who Is attending
meeting of tho grand loduc Knights
of Pythias at Cbccotah will contlnuo
his trip to Dallas returning Sunday.
Jess Allen charged with assault to
kill a man named Ilurton ncarCcn-
trulla was bound over to the grand
Jury by Commissioner Stanflotd Tues-
day. For catarrh and colds In the head
Hunt's Lightning Oil Inhaled Is a
sure cure. A few drops taken Intern-
ally relieves and cures cramp colic
cholera morbus and such troubles
Guaranteed. Price 25 ai d 60c w
Mr. Sbeppcrd n farmer living on
tbo John Weaver farm on M'istang
creek was kicked by a horse Tburs
day and seriously hurt. Tho vicious
animal kiclfcd 1.1m in the back and
threw him against a wall and badly
Ever ready always rallablc aru
Cheatham's Lixatlvc Tablet'. They
euro a cold quicker than any known
remedy. Etsy to carry pleasant to
take. Guaranteed. Price 25c w
Jako Stalls left fur hU home at No.
wata after securing the oon.
vlctlon of To! ley Moore charged with
cutting his throat with a razor somo
two years ago. Staats spent I ISO in
finding and prosecuting Moore who
escaped from tho o nicer soon after
being arrested and went to Colorado.
We have for salo 100 head of year-
lings past and coming two-year-old
steers good colors and have been 'veil
wintered. Call on or address
Sohavkjju k HirL8 Mclyln I. T.
fUrrlage Llccnso Not Used
Clint Cochran of Chelsea was hero
and Informed a reporter for
tbis paper that tho marriage llccnso
obtained at the clerk's offlco hero In
his nauio last week was without his
knowledge or consent and that ho did
not expect to use it.
For Sale or Trade.
Ono pair of Dayton Computing
scales In good condition cost (0500
will sell at f25. Ono square top show
case at a bargain. Jumbo Stoiie
City Council fleeting.
Tho c'ty council met In regular ses-
sion Monday and considered a num-
ber of Important matters. On recom-
mendation of tho committco on
light and water an arc light was
ordered to bo placed on Wilton st.
midway between Illinois and Cana-
dian aves. and ono opposlto tho
Tho Incadcsccnt lights replaced
woro ordered placed In tho alley back
of Fr a zee's hardware store; In tho
rear of the Raymond building; at tho
Intersection of tho streets at Judgo
GUIs rosldcncc and at tho brldgo
north of tho Catholic church. Davo
Mitchell mat appnlutcJ scavenger for
sixty day to be continued It bis work
Is salWfsotary. "Doc" llrldgnmn
was appointed cliy bill poster. A
lengthy dt-ouslou of tli(wi;y finances
lid to the carrying of a inotliii calling
up n the retiring trensurnr and re-
corder fur a full mid detailed nport
"fir the giildinoeof the 'council and
tuo Information of tho public" An
Xpert will bo engaged to recapitulate
their accounts. Illris were received
15. A. Lw 0. M. Grant and the Dart
rough Hardwaro Co. for tho erection
of a fountain at tho publli well. Tho
bids rangod from ftO to 1125. A com-
mittee consisting of counollmcn Rat-
cliff Fnrtnor and Green was appoint-
ed to consider tho bids. It was an-
nounced that the vice-president of
tho Frisco system bad announced his
endorsement of tho proposed union
station nml a committee will be sent
to St. Louis to confer with tho offi-
cials of both roads In regard to Its
Home for the Usby.
T"ho ladles of tho Children's Homo
socluty have found a home for tbc
baby which was entrusted to them
several weeks ago with Mrs. Johnson
who llvos on S. F. Parks from.
Decoration Day Program.
Tho following committees have
boon appointed to arrange for tho ob-
servance of Decoration Day:
Finance E. Zimmerman chair-
man; T. J. Stowc John Webb D.
Flowers Mrs. R. M. Swain chair-
man; Mrs. A. Roach Mrs. L. Parker
Mrs. 0. M. "Warren Mrs. G. S. White
Speakers O. S. While Galtbe
Cliandlor Cbas. Wilson.
Tho orator of the day will bo II. 0.
Dooloy of Ooffeyvlllc
The members of the G. A. R. have
extended a cordial Invitation to all U
0. V. camps to join Ihcrn la tho Dec-
oration service especially Camp Mc-
Gee of Vlnlta.
Tho Spanish-American yetcfans
memborsof the dlfforcnt crdcrs are
also cordially invited to join In Jtiont
orlng tho nation's dead.
Tho lino will be formed In front of
tho court houio at 0:30 a. m. with 0.
S. White as marshal.
A lucky strlko was made by tho
physician In Illinois who discovered
the formula of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin lucky for all sufferers from
dyspepsia constipitlon stomach and
biwcl truubiOJ. Sold by Peoples Drug
Chance to Oct Well Married.
Mayor Luman F. Porker Is patient-
ly awaiting an opportunity to display
bis accomplishments as a tier of tho
uncortalnknntof matrimony. After
two weeks of constant practice bo
can recite tho fateful lines backward
In English Hobokcn or Slnash. Ho
claims that his osculatory stUDt
which will conclude each perform-
ance will be worth twice tbo price as
an object losson to the unlnlatcd
6waln Ho has established a sliding
scale of prices which roaches the
"top" during the garlic season. Mayor
Farkordonles the truth of tho report
that bo and Ucrt Chandler bavo
formed a matrimonial "merger" and
says that his troublo factory will bo
conducted along' Independent lines.
One tentaolo grlplog tbo stomach
another tickling tho heart a third
fumbling around tho liver tightening
their hold every hour dyspepsia Is
tho monster that does all this and
worse. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
will mako U let go mighty quick
Sold by Peoples Drug Store. w
Expected to be Voted on In the House
The debate on tho Omnlbu
Btatohood bill providing for the
admission of Oklahoma Arizona
and New Mexico to statehood is
expected to bo closed this room-
ing and n voto reached this after-
noon. A majority of tho representa-
tives have pledged themselves to
support tho bill and there is little
doubt but that it will find passage
in that body.
Cattle Breeders Association.
A number nf prominent cattle
men in attendance on the Gamp-
bell Russell Bale organized the In-
dian Territory Breeders associa-
tion having for its object the od-
vaucement and encouragement of
pure bred cattle brooding through-
out tho Indian torrltory. Twenty-
four members joined in tho organ-
ization and' tho following officers
Campbell Russell president.
Mr Forrester Brooken first
Green Taylor Kufaula second
George W. Scott Sansbola secretary.
VsirftZM I Ml IMMUIIUIN
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In Our Boys' and Children's
TWP.NTV PKTC P.F.NT
ranging in price from $2 to 6.50
DISCOTNT on our entire stock of Vcstec suits ages 3 to 8 years
This is a feast for mothers. Come and see them not only for the
purpose of securing one of the above mentioned bargains but also for the purpose of seeing our display
of spring and summer clothing for the little men. Every pretty and proper idea is here. All the nov-
cities of the season Norfolk Suits Russian Blouses Wash Suits Blouses for the little fellows and
New shape Felt and Straw Hats
w Double-Breasted Yoke and Three-Piece Suits for the older boys
irgl Waists Shirts Tics etc.
HEN'S DEPARTMENT BARGAINS.
Raided Gaming House.
Deputy Marshal Chandler raldod a
negro Joint In tbo northeast part of
town last.week and arrestod Amelia
Uarncs ancgrcss on tho chargo of
conducting a gaming houic. Sixteen
decks of cards several sets of "buneo"
and other gambling Implements were
Notice to Cherokee Emigrants
I will rcnialu In Pryor Creek I. T.
ono month more with tho Emigrant
Pay-Roll or 1857. It Is profitable fo
all emigrants to leave their status
It costs nothing to look unless you do
busslness. John 0. Duncan.
You Kvr What;You are 7il.ii g
When you take Crovo's Tasteless Chill
Tunlo becauso tho formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that
It Is simply Iron and quinlno In a
tasteless form. No cure no pay. SO
A fluskogce Uonlface to Invest
A deal Is nearjng consumatlon where-
by the Gotn restaurant will bo pur-
chased by Landlord Cantrell nf tbo
Commercial hotel of Musko.or. It Is
also reported that Mr. Cantrell will
purchase tho Kontucky home und
conduct tho two conjointly.
Mark Twain saysi "It Is not al-
ways easy to stand prosperity anoth-
er man's I mean." It Is still harder
to tee your frlcuds and neighbor re-
joicing In good health wlillo you don't
even daro to cat boiled cabbage.
Take Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin.
Keep your stomach und bowels In
order Kit what you want and envy
no one. Sold by People's Drug Storo.w
To establish a Qrade.
II. II. Ilellcn a civil engineer of
Mutkogcc. has been employed by the
city council t establish a grade In
the business section of the town. Tbo
strcotc with tbelr adjacent gutters
sldowalks and alleys for which a
grado will be established are Illinois
avenue fr6m Katy Depot to Frisco
stock yards; Wilton street from Fris-
co depot to Jno. T. Gunter's resi-
dence' Canadian avenue from Wilson
street to Scraper street; Scraper st.
from tho park to the Frisco tracks.
Tho sidewalks on the avenues aro to
bo twolvo feet and on tho streets ten
toet in width. Mr. Ilellcn will com-
mence work this atlornoon.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and fever Is a bottlo of Grove's
Tastoless Chill Tonlo. It Is simply
Iron and quinlno In a tasteless form.
No cure no pay. Price 60c w
Spanish American Veterans.
- All veterans of tho Spanish-American
war aro requested to meet at the
Commissioner's oQlco In tbo United
Stutos Court houso at Vlnlta Sunday
afternoon at 3 p. m.. to arrango tor
participation In tho Decoration Day
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxatlvo Oroma Quinine Tab-
lets. All druggists refund tho money
It It falls to cure. E.W. Grove's Blgna-
turo Is on each box. 25c. w
Strayed Ono black pig weight
about 10 pound; marked smooth
crop in loft oar and ovcrblt In each
car white feat and little white in
forehoad. Podigrccd hog Poland
China. Will pay liberal reward.
George It. McLaughlin Dluejackot.
Thero are sixteen prisoners confined
In tho city holdovorawaltlug trial in
tho federal court.
Rock Creek Notes
Oats are looking good.
Garden sass plentiful now.
Owen Tennant was over last
Dr. Ilerron was a ploasanl oal-
Oh my that was a fine rain
Bro.Busch was among tho crowd
at Adair Sunday.
Mr. Brown and family attended
church at Adair Sunday.
Joo Hlgdon and wife attended
church at Daw- Sunday.
John Fox from near the Asylum
was in tbo neighborhood Sunda.
Corn is coming up and a good
stand is reported from all in this
I( wp can't eat beef we can eat
eggs but eggs are too high to eat
many of them.
Thero was baptising on the
creek Sunday a minister from
Baxter Pratber of Grove and a
gentleman Iriond wero over Wed
nesday and Thursday.
Charley Brown and'wlfo aro the
proud parents of a baby girl.
Charley Is ready for allotment.
F. V. Propp is courting now.
this ia the first tlmo Will was ever
in court. Ho is serving on the
Mrs. Frank Black is very sick
and needs help anyone desiring
to help her please leave word
with Mr. HibbB. Sbo has boen
confined to her bed for five months.
A letter from Charley Propley
reports them well and pleased
with their now home. They are
at Strathcona Canada That
country they say is settling up
with Gormana of tho best class.
M. F. Mayfield was in Clare
Mr. Berlon ia attending court at
Vinlta this week.
Ed. Rodgera visited Coffeyville
Baturday on business
Mrs. J. A. Kidd is visiting her
parents at Rocky Ford Cola.
L.Moore of Eocky Ford Cola 1a
here this week visiting friends.
Rev. Mr. Branchall addressed
tho Chatauqua class here Sunday
Quite a number of Lenapah peo-
ple are attending court at Vinlta
Mrs. Geo. Farlow wife ol Geo
Farlow a noted cattloman at this
place is very ill.
Mrs. Miller of Marshall Mo. is
here visiting her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Farlow
Gilbert Wilkinson ia making
advancement learning telegraphy
under A. T. Rayon R. R. agent at
A good soaking rain fell over
this part of the country Sunday
night reaching south as far as
W. R. Mayfield who was
wounded a few deys ago in a
shooting scrape near Collinaville
I T. is Improving Blowly.
J. A. K.
In our men's department we have the most
extensive array of clothing and furnishing goods
for men and young men fashions that are perfect
creations of style and give big variety to pick
from. Our clothintr is as t?ood and exclusive as
3 though made to measure.
9 r ..
iYien s noes J-OOK at our Dig assortment 01
shoes; Edwin Clapp's $5 and $6 shoes and Sclz'
"Royal Blue" S3.50 shoes.
Shirts Wilson Bros' shirts 2 pair cuffs 1.50;
Wilson Bros. with 1 pair cuffs $1.00. D.Jones
& Son's shirts the largest line of shirts ever
shown in Vinita embracing all styles with and
without collars and cuffs golf and negligee prices
5o 65 75 85 cents and $1.00
Special Pant Sale Men's pants at$i 1.50 $2
2.50 to $6. Boys' and young men" pants from
50 cents to $3.00.
LADIES MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES.
Our sho'e deDartment offers some of the best values this week in Shoes. Oxfords and Sandals ever
S3! put on sale at the price. We find a number of styles that the sizes arc broken and we will not order
them again this season so to clean them out we have put on them a very low price. The qualities are
1 first-class some of them are not on the most stylish lasts but the prices are very stylish.-
wf 24 pair misses button shoes size 13 to 2 made 12 pair sandals sizes 5 to 8 all spring heels
jg; 01 very nne aongoia leatncr a spienaiu snoe uhu aiyusn ias uns scusuu & iiiukc wuuu 751; iu
23J worth 1.25 regular sale price 80c. 1.00 sale price 50c per pair.
50 pairs ladies black vici kid oxfords sizes 3
to 7 this season's styles neat summer oxford you
have paid 1.50 for no better our price 1.00.
18 pairs ladies fine tan oxfords hand turned
sole no better material put in.shoes worth 2.50
and 3.00 but we sell them at 1.50.
15 pairs ladies' fine hand turned shoes all
lace coin toe all tan colors fine qualities If you
like a tan shoe a good many are worn this sea-
sonthe price will interest you. They are worth
3.00 and 3.50 anywhere but we price them to you
at 1.50 a pair.
12 pair children's button shoes sizes 8 to 13
fl spring heel made of good kid stock medium
j weight sole a splendid shoe for summer wear are
! worth 1. 00 regular sale price 60c a pair.
16 pairs children's shoes tan and black lace
S and button all spring heels sizes 8 to 2 have
sold all this season at i.oo and 1.25 we have mark
ed them down to 75c a pair. x
24 pairs children's sandals tan and black 1
tos a very neat and dressy summer shoe; you
can't but the quality in any store cheaper than
50c sale price 35c.
RATCLIFF MERCANTILE COf
ThU ilgmture la on erery box ct tbo fouln
1 1 nvnflim ni-nmn.liiltfin ir.vt.t.
bUrtr t&t cm Vw ta m A. W. Foreman's dru stores.
Btopi the Cough and Works off the
Laxatlvo Bronio Quinlno Tablets
cold In ono day. No cure no pay
Prtco 25c. w
Lost Black holder with white face
one and one-halt years old branded
A on right side. Will pay reward for
her return or Information.
w37 Frank Fkaxkmh Vlnlta.
II. II. Ilutler clerk of tbe Miami
court came down ou buslnosi.
Stand Like a Stono Wall
Between your children and tho tor-
tures of Itching and burning eczema
scaldhead or other skin diseases.
How? why by using Buoklcn's Arnica
Salve earth's grcalost healer quick-
est euro for ulcers fever sores salt
rheum cuts burns or bruises. In
fallible fur piles. U3o nt Peoples' aud
Ludrlcroui Mlifakr MadebyAVrlleva
"Who Are Unfamiliar vrltU
Ttie Berlin correspondent of the
London Times informs his newspaper
that "tho Capo to Cairo line of the Afri-
can Transcontinental Telegraph com-
pany has been constructed as for as
BUmarokburg Togcland." This may
read all right to anyone who Knows
nothing' about the geography of Afri-
ca but if he should try to illumine the
statement by using a good map he
would begin to sujpccllhat something
was wrong. The news is about as In-
telligible as though it read: "The tele-
graph lino between Chicago and. St.
Louis has been extended as far as
Portland Ore." The route of tho Cape
to Cairo telegraph lino passes through
central Africa whllo Togoland Is a
German possession on tho west coast
Ulsmarckburg being a settlement In
tho interior of the colony.
Such blunders arc quite excusable as
loner as Africa Is comparatively llttlo
known says tho Kew York Sun but
somo people contlnuo to perpetrate
them whon thoy should know better.
A Bohool geography used in Switzer-
land contained this statement awhile
ago and perhaps it docs yet:
"The inhabitants of tho she New.
England states are Yankees."
Perhaps some American school-
teachers who visit the" Alpn have put a
flea In tho car of that writer of gcog-
raphlM. Treaties between various nations
relating to boundaries will probably
never again contain so many blunders
as has been the caie within tho past
SO years while the world has been
clearing up nearly all the geogrnphlcal
mysteries. At least a dozen ludicrous
blunders were perpetrated by Euro-
pean governments In their African
treaties. Tho British and Portuguese
for example fixed upon the "west side
of the Monica plateau" as their com
mon frontier in ManGonn Land find
ing later that there U no such plateau
and that some other definition for the
boundary Hue must be made or thoy
would be as badly tnixrxl up as we have
been with Canada in the Alaskan
boundary muddle. Then tho British
and Qsrmans fixed upon the Rio del
V "from I U source to the sea." M tha.
boundary between Ihe'ir poMenilons
fronting on the Bight of lllnfra. They
were (lightly tip a tree when they dis-
oovured that the ltlo del Itrj Is not a
river nt all but W merely an Inlet of
the sen and not muvh of a ouo nt that.
CHINA'S CURIOUS CHICKENS.
uiiir urietir u I. . i mm ana uoay
with feather nml tail black; white
all ovrr. with yellow l" : red neck
and body frnthrrt; reddieh color
mixed with whit- "f Imdy.
AH of thi'di- cxi-tpt the (eeand va-
riety bavo black tiil leathers. As
great a lrnf;th as IS feet Iiaa beon
reached r'rora inni to eleven feot
however ia the umi.i! length. The
tall irrows ahouf four inchs a month
and continue to ktow while the bird
Urea which in eiejit to ten years.
When older the tail grow about
teveu Inches a month.
The hens lay in the prin(r and
autumn one bird producing 30 eggs
yearly which are hatched by other
hens. The tail of the rooster are
cut to allow nf their walking .freely
and their Urea are a little louger
than that of the hen. The latter
must be housed up but they stand
both heat and cold well.
The tall feathers are not kept
wound up but are always allowed
to hang free. When they touch tho
ground in the cage n bamboo Is put
a little way back so as to form an
arch. The birds sit all day on a flat
perch three inches wide and are only
taken out onpe in two anya aim al-
lowed to walk for half an hour or
so a man holding up their tails to
prevent them from getting torn or
Twice a month they are waslied in
hot water and fed on unhulled rice
and greens. They like plenty of wa-
ter and are wonderfully tame.
A certain set of KngUab artists are
Jealous of the decorative work done
abroad In Prance and In Germany. At
a time when Urltlsh artists are re-
ceived well in all countries it Is very
regrettable that a lack of fair play
should be shown by Englishmen to
continental painters and craftsmen.
Not very long ago when England was
powerfully Influenced by French art
many Frenchmen believed that noth
ing good tn painting or design coulu
be done by Englishmen and now that
this error has passed away a section
of the English public. Incomes hostile
to French artists. London Studio.
If you act quick.
Nat Dtckersou at the Tucker place on
Mustang (Okoee P. O. ) has a bargain on
some cattle for a quick turn.
including a cow and calf.threc cows a 3-
voar old steer eigetecn steers that will
be two years old this spring and summer
and balance heifers the same age; twelve
orblteen mil have calves this spring.
Good colors grade and native at that.
Xo Arkansaws. but raised on the prairie.
Owners of these cattle wish to turn
them quick and will make the price an
inducement. d78 w39
All kinds of machine
and boiler work
promptly attended to.
Threshing Machines a Specialty
Give me a call.
C. C. DALRYMPLE
Near Excelsior Steam Laundry Vinlta. I
Several three-year-olds and a
number of yearlings. They are the off-
spring of our thoroughbred males. Will
be sold for little more than they arc
north for steers. Would exchange two
or three yearlings for others of a differ-
ent strain of blood If quality and condi
tions were equal Addrcs
Uadgctt & nilford
At ADAIR I. T.
Or inspect the stock in patture near that
For NorfbuJesf Settlers
THE BURLINGTON'S VERY
Every day during March and April
1901 very low one way Colonists' rales
by the Burlington Route as follows;
Kansas City to Bortland Tacotna Se-
attle and Puget Sound points 125.
To Spokane and surrounding territory
S22.&0. To Butte and Ililena district
For exact rates to intermediate and
branch territory consult nearest ticket
agent or wtite the nnderelgned.
Tbe "Burtlngton-Northcrn Pacific Ex-
press" Is the great time saving train
carrying through coaches through chair
cars and through tourist sleepers to
Butte Helena Spokane Puget Sound
Prom Denver to the Northwest The
Burlington has fast service via Billings
in connection with the "Burlington-
Northern l'acibc Uxpress."
B. F. GambilPs
Manutacturerer of all kinds
of wook work cheap coffins
wagon and buggy repairing
scroll sawing wood turning
and anything you want done
- in the wood line. Thirty
Welch Ind. Ter.
Uuostrr Hn I'entlirm Sis I'eet Lqutf
' nml lieu YVonr a I.'uutr
A United State nnry efiWer recent-
ly from China Mtys nn Interior prov-
ince of that country has produced
sue of the moat lemarhabli" curiosi-
ties In tin- shape of louf-talled fowls
111 the twirhl. Two spcciiuvae re-
ecnly brought to light ore kept in
the imperial houxrhold gardens. Tho
rooatur has feet'.iera klx feat long
nod the hen a flowing tall train 13
feet locg states an eastern ex-
change. Authentic Information lias just
been ol tu in. 1 in rv.nd to tlieui
which cpeus nn tie ponUIlty of
Amnrli'uu fanol ri tmppi-ilug und
ailil'ni" thru- m:v u-d uiluablo fowls
iii" own urit:' .- list. There ore
A Famous Courthouse
The courthouse In Williamsburg.
Vn. whero Patrick Henry made his
famous specoh on the stamp aet is
still in oxlatence. It is used for
judioial purposes and overy Satur-
day morning petty offenders are tried
there. Troy Timea.
Snail Gardens In France
As is well known certain species of
snail form a favorite dish with French
gourmets and the cultivation of these
land wollusoa is conducted on a large
scale in tho outlying suburbs of Paris
particularly in the department of
Aubc whero there are large snail gar-
dens with plantations of thyme mint
parsley and chervil for the animals
to feed on. When a Frenchman takes
snails wild he leaves them if prudent
a few days to digest their last meal
for there is a current belief that they
may be dangerous it they have recent
ly ftd on poisonous plants- feora
Income Tux In France
The income tax in Franco is collected
in 13 monthly installments although
the ratepayer has a right to pay it
down in a lump sum. This year he has
done this and the onormous profits
that the government gained by fining
those who overlooked their monthly
obligations aro suppressed. Pari
alone used to bring In 3000000 francs
In this indirect fashion of taxation-
At bot life Is but short. Do not
make it shorter yet by rank neglcoi of
that cough of youri when one bottle
of Slmuons' Cough Syrup would euro
you. .Guaranteed. Price 25 and 50c. w
Burlington's D?nuer Train
Post tralnleaves Kansas City at 9.35 p
tn. arrives in Denver 3.15 p. m. next
day. Another Denver train leaves Kan
sas taty at 10.40 a. in. uouuie uany
through chair cars sleepers and dinning
To St. Paul S Minneapolis
Double daily train service Kansas City
ha the twin cities of the north via Oms-
to Sioux City.
BEST LINE EAST BOUND. To
Chicago famous "Eli" leaves Kansas
City at 6.2o p. tn. arrives in Chicago at
8.10 a. m.
Double daily service to St. Louis.
Do us the favor to write for rates free
E tinted illustrated descriptive matter.
et us advise you the least cost of your
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Kansas City Mo
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St Louis Mo
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