The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 18, 1890 Page: 2 of 4
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1IAKVI Y w. ('. MIH.ION INIitor.
JH. I'. YIII.I M;i Jlaimifer.
Vinita Ind. Tkii. Skit. IS 1S1).
THE CATTLE MUST MOVK.
Information just mini veil front
"undoubted authority ia to the ef-
fect Unit the original order for the
removal of nil cattle from the
Cherokee atrip by Octoher 1st will
tje enforced. Two weeks ago it
was announced that a modification
of lite order had been secured ox-
tending to December 1st but this
(statement it seems was in error.
It is probable this ''does up" the
Cherokeo nation for $."0000 of
lease money the amount due since
July 1st for it is hardly probable
there is any way of enforcing
Tun Muldrow Keginter is tlio
latest journalistic venture in the
The population of Oklahoma
territory according to tho recent
census was CO 217.
Down in Sequoyah district last
week it is reported that Leo Car-
ter was killed by Sim Crocker both
The necessity for the amend-
ment of the Cherokee town laws
. becomes more apparent espec-
ially to the people of this town.
"A keadv intuitive judgment"
is what is ascribed to George
Benge. And so tho campaign is
to be conducted on the line laid
down by George's papa.
The Vinita Fuir occurs Wednes-
day Thursday and Friday of next
week. This is an enterprise of
permanence and one which is suc-
cessful because it deserves success.
A dispatch from Tahlequah
states that a delegation of Omaha
indians have been down to see
about buying into tho Cherokee
nation. They are selling their
reservation in Xobuiska anj wish
to move down into this territory.
Those ivanlinf; afiidavits sealed
ran be accommodated at the Cit-
izen ollico. Atoka Citizen.
Come up here and we can cite
you to several persons who for a
mighty small consideration will
swear to them and it don't matter
what the contents are either.
' ''Honesty and brains are as es-
sential in tho newppnper business
a in any other" hays the Pursons
Sun in commenting upon the rc-
'tiremowt of an erratic competitor.
iJfiih'ese words be true it is no
wonder that Tahleqnah has such
poor excuses for newspapers.
Judging from the great concern
exhibited by the Arrow as to whom
The Ciiifktai.v will or will not
support for chief the conclusion
is but natural that that paper has
become convinced that The Chiek-
tain can carry the election either
w iy. If your party desired The
'Chieetain's aid it thould have
put up a man.
The police otlicers of New York
have been instructed to enforce
the new law intended to stop the
use of cigarette s by children in the
ftrcet. It reads: "No child ac-
tually or apparently under 16
years of age shall smoke or in any
way use any cigar or cigarette or
'tobacco in any form whatsoever
in any public street place or re-
sort." This may in the "small
boy's" mind detract much from
the manly appearance of a boy
but it will no doubt facilitate his
mental and physical development
as well as add to the comfort ol
ihe public generally.
There is a good prospect for
Guthrie losing the capital and Ok-
lahoma City gaining it. While
the Republicans generally were
looking after the organization of
the legislature on a party basis
the Oklahoma City members were
laying for the capital. Although
iter members wore R. publicans
they formed a combine with the
Democrats and Alliance men and
secured .111 tndor.-ciuuiil of this
coursu by their constituency.
When it comes to a question of
party iuterc.-t or per-unal interest
it is suipiising lio.v quickly a man
cau change his position.
It is reasonable to presume that
after next week the campaign in
this nation may be s.iid to bo open.
Chief Mayes has expressed bis in-
tention of being present st the fair
and making a tpeeeh and it is also
aid bis opponent George Benje
wili do likewise. It is hardly to
be expected that the two leading
candidates will prefent themselves
before the public on sueh an oc-
casion as this without laying down
the liios i:jon which the cam-
paign is to be conducted and choos-
ing their gr nnid. The Chieftain
joins with the people all over the
nation in hoping that something
l-tr! Jvs Luiiveinb wiil be presented.
CorrTYVli.i.!-: lias Mruik natural
ls and proposes putting down
several wells us spevdily as pus.
slhlo. Vinitu should look into the
gas business also; wo want every-
thing thrro is going.
I'hksiuk.nt Diaz of the Mexi-
can republic is maturing a plan
for tho reorganization and reduc-
tion of the army of that country.
Ilis intention is that it shall here-
after eoiiMnt of only volunteers
thereby eliminating the criminal
class which forms a largo portion.
As almost any conceivable change
in the army of thai country would
be an improvement it is to be
hoped Mr. Diaz will receive tho
necessary encouragoment from his
congress. Tho relirbd list is very
heavy indeed and it is proposed
to reduce it by bringing some of tho
officers back into service and plac-
ing others of them in the various
branches of the civil service.
Tiik United States law creating
courts for this territory needs such
alteration as will give commission-
ers authority to dispose of the
multiplicity of petty criminal
cases which arise under tho Ar-
kansas code. There is no reason
or even good sense in a man being
taken a hundred miles for trial on
a charge which is punished by a
ten dollar fine and congress should
remedy this defect at the earliest
possible moment. Tho attorneys
and citizens of Muskogee McAlis-
ter and Ardmore and possibly the
court officials may object to such
a change as suggested but courts
are not established for their ben-
efit. The con vem'ence of tho peo-
ple is paramount to all personal
interests involved and if this mat-
ter was properly placed before
congress we have no doubt favor-
able action could bo speedily
The census ofiico has finished
the count of all the schedules in
hand comprising the relurna from
all but 12000 of tho4."5OOOand odd
districts into which the country
was divided. Tho total popula-
tion counted is 02G'JG95o but it i3
estimated that the districts yet to
come ii will increase the total to
OOO.OOO. Tho latter figure may
be taken as tho population of the
1 nited Slates July 1 subject to
variation of a few thousand when
the final revised count is made.
Tho population of the country
shows an increase of about 30 per
cent. and the greater part of this
is in the western and southwestern
states. The official and filial count
will bo required to settle the rank
of some of tho commonwealths
the race being particularly close
between Iowa and Massachusets
for ninth place and between Vir-
ginia Kentucky and Georgia for
seventh place. Kansas and Wis-
consin are neck and neck for the
honor of standing fifteenth in tho
sisterhood and Minnesota will
have to depend upon the result of
her count for beating New Jersey
in the contest for nineteenth place.
Items of Intercut Gathered From
Illinois has tho greatest rail-
way mileage of any state in the
Union 9 1)0 J; Kansas comes sec-
ond with 8810 miles.
.All lines of trade are improv-
ing rapidly. The almost unpar-
alleled advance in the price of
corn and other products has had a
salutary effect in driving the cry
of dull times away. The farmer
is now getting a good price for his
produce and while the corn crop
is a little short most other crops
will make a fair yield.
A business man w ho also owns
a farm in a westerrTMissouri coun-
ty states that the ground he had
in flax this year paid him 89 per
acre after settling all expenses
including paying for the help nec-
essary to cultivate the ground har-
vest the iia.x etc. He also says
that his farm is paying him belter
than the sam j amount of money
invested in his business. lie be-
lieves that money can be made in
farming even where all the help
has to be. hired if proper manage-
ment is used.
Phoenix: Sunday 7th inst..
at Ft. Gibson Dave Andrews Tom
Frinch Jim French and Jim Bu-
chanan were all drinking and ca-
r. u-ing when city marshal John
Poorbear attempted to arrest them.
While Poorbear was struggling
with Andrews and Tom French
Jim Buchanan drew Ids pistol and
shot l'oorbear through the neck
inflicting a mortal wound. War-
rants were at once sworn out for
the four men who bad a hand in
the etnbroglio but at last reports
inne of them had been arrested.
They are all aouutingin the neigh-
borhood l'oorbear was remove
to his homo where he still lingers
being completely paralyzed and
there is no hope of his recovery.
As the parties are nl! Cherokee s
the United States authorities have
Atoka Citizen: Judge Dnrant
vras one of the seven or ciaht
j Choctaws that took the oath of al-
j legiaiiee to the United S'.ales at
the opening ot the Mc.litrr court
this week. Mmy of our cit-
izens are beginning to take the
oath of allegiance in dead earnest
and it looks as though the lime
would soon come when there will
be no In bans to unk up a Choc
taw government. We suppose
pome of. theae think that money
will crow on t'ees as som as th"V
The bill to legalize the Choctaw
coal b ases has been favorably re-
ported by the commit!" to whom il
was referred and its passage rec-
ommended. If this bill passes it
will work a future hardship on tlm
nation in many ways. There will
be other such leases made and a
premium will be put on monopoly
that will hinder the development
of the cual interests in the nation
to such an extent that thy Choo-
taws will wish many a time that
the matter had boon wat'-hed more
closely and the thing prevented.
We trust that something may he
done yet to brinjr about such an
influence at Washington to kill tho
-Chetopa Advance: Mr. J.
D. Conderman lias tho prettiest
yard of blue grass in the city. It
is thick and vigorous and there is
hardly a weed to bo seen in it.
lie euys ho has learned how to
cultivate blue grass. About tho
first of June earlier if tho season
is dry but a little later if it is wet
ho stops cutting it. In his opin-
ion the cause of its being killed
out during tho dry part of the
summer is tho habit that some
have of keeping it mowed with a
lawn mower too close to the
ground. Mr Conderman says he
has learned these facts by sever-
al years' experience. We
understand that the attendance in
our schools on the part of the col-
ored children is very meager.
This is a matter that demands
tho attention of those who have
the enforcement . of our laws in
their hands. In the Indian Ter-
ritory and in many portions of the
south a great cry has been going
up for years that they were denied
all educational privileges. Hero
wo have provided everything to
their hanu have secured for them
competent teachers and will pro.
vido books for those unable to buy
them. Yet they fail to appreciate
these advantages and are allowed
by their parents to roam the
streets at will. They are not only
growing up in ignorance and indo-
lence hut through this school of
vice the street become roughs
and law breaking citizens. We
have a compulsory educational
law in this state and tho parents
of the colored children ought to
be notified that if they do not send
their children in school they will
bo compelled to do so. The pub-
lic welfare demands that these
children ho in school instead of
on tho streets. Those who pass
through the school of tho street
often graduate in the penitentiary.
We bono this matter will securo
the attention its importance demands.
-i'lic wt-an is Uie lMgcst-iivd
bird and it is asserted that it has
reached tho n-jo of 100 years.
Knaucr in his work entitled
"Xaturhistoriker" states that he
has seen a falcon that was 102
years old. The following exam-
ples are cited as to tho longevity
of the eagle and vulture: A sea
eagle was capturod in 1715 and
already several years of age died
104 years afterward in lSl'.l; a
white-headed vultuie captured in
1700. died in 1320 in one of the
aviaries of Schoenbrun castle near
Vienna where it had passed 1 IS
years in captivity. Paroquets and
ravens reach an age of over UK)
years. The life of sea and marsh
birds sometimes equals that of hu-
man generations. Like many
other birds magpies livo to be
very old in a state of freedom but
do not reach over twenty or twen-
ty. five years in captivity. The
nightengale lives hut ten years in
captivity and the blackbird fifteen.
Canary birds reach an age of from
twelve to fifteen years and in their
native islands reach a much more
A Permanet Oura.
For years 1 was troubled with
the most malignant type of Chron-
ic Blood Trouble. After trying
various other remedies without
getting any benefit I was induced
bv Joe Schell a barber who has
since moved to St. Louis and w ho
was cured by Swift's Specific of a
constitutional blood trouble to
take S. 8. S. A few bottles cured
me permanently. I also consider
S. S. S. the best tonic I ever saw.
While taking it my weight in-
creased and my health improved
in every way. I have recommend-
ed S. S. S. to several friends and
in every case they were satisfied
with the results.
S. A. Wuioht Midway Pa.
A MASS OF SOUF.S.
I am so grateful for the benefic-
ial results obtained from using S
S. S. that I want to add my testi-
mony to that already published
for tiie public good. I was a mass
of sores before usinrr hut am now
entirely cured. C.M( Caktiiy
St. Louis Mo.
Treatise on Blood and Skin dis-
eases mailed free. Swift Specif-
ic Co. Atlanta Ga.
W1TS till! Vtl.K LOST. STUJtTKlt. KTUI.F.S
IF.ach TmUc'. nl tha rliarsrtir iii'liratpil not
oct filing; ri7Yw.t;e will be IphtUmI two
Mi-fks uu'lvr litis leading lursiyiv iksm.
STRAYKO or stolen Vfl reward Two
mar- aeal funr ffk frura rn-ar liar-Ihi'ati-rrT
on Oram! river. One dark bay
luarlreu and mithair hiintla liiith i-ii;ltl or
frit wsrs old brnn-lfrtl S on I. -ft shtiilliler
ith ry dim brjuil oer OlMcria a liuhl
buy. lotirtt-i.il and otiv-hall 1i'1a Iiijc'i luur
or t'ti y.araol.l brHti.lt! blolc;p'l ' on left
Rhonlil.'r. rht Ittod tout and IHl tr loot
a Ihi aiMi ktnall win le )Ht In for. ht-a 1. II as
t ar on n:0t ite of bark . Addrfc
IIkm.i ri:.LfcV llariui'a kerry. I. 1.
Hunt's Cure is th trrealest remedy
for skin ilise.iHfH ever know a. Uiiik-
worru I toll aul and all kimlred ilia-
euses pnsilivelv an. I renijaiipntlv
I enrol. Your money ill i n-fundtftl
if it f;;its. For sale by . C. I'atton.
lo Client ham's Taleles ("hill
Txuii ; belter than pie roit it breaka
Hi rtiila otf pli'itt an 1 no mistakr.
ittiaranteeti tn euro. For sale by F.
alianualiao Vinita I. T.
Cbentham'a TUles I'liill Tonic.
Sam? as the oil except in Taste.
Mut-et lioney but gvt there jn-U
the tHiuc. 1 be bnliea t tv lur it. Jtiiy
a bultl" an'l fi-o them smile. U'Mran-
anie" I to rnrp For sale by i . I. Mc-
Bpaililen t'lielva I T.
Aok your (Iruysrisita fur Cheatham'
Ttrlps ('hill loni'-. Iitneuisti-e-l
from the r. one-inal bv tlo word
'"tastelces" printel in re'l on all rar-
t'xni.a aiel i.tbe!. A n- Ueprtnre
bat the r-iiil "f yait of sref il f ti lv
anl exi erirnen:ir.L'. "No rnre nr
piv." Ink" it are! bo bflppv. For
Me l W. (.' . Pa!!")l A j Yin iia.
hiMrm Kmk$. m mm m win n
t'nit.vl Mitten Senator Itlelniril Coke
w I iliiu l'lenlun's " Iteit Ake" to a
frieii.l aaiil "I hnvu tried it ami fomel
it very elloet mil." This uiedieinu is a
punitive euro fur any K i ml ollieailui b';
nets in llflueii minutex andis peileet'
ly tumuli'. At! dnitfaiat i-"v Any
peiHiin u ho "illteri lioiii headiiehu Mill
dr well to try adosuof 1'realuu'a " lied
lliiekletiN Arnica Salrn.
The best salve in the wor.d for (Juta
llrniHeH Sores t'leera. Salt Klietini
Fever sores Tetters ("hupped Jlnnda
Chilblains Corn and all Hkin Kin p-
tiuna mid positively vnrea i'lles or no
pity required. It is guaranteed to iivfl
jierfeet Miitistaetion.or money refunded.
Wire 1'6 eentH per box. For sat by W
C I'atton A Co.
Kxtie rienca teaches tho hay man
dial its a waste of time mid money to
buy any but the best premises. Hut
what presnea are the beat? Old hay
men say the Heott Press ia the beat in
use without exception. It is made
Irom steel and Swede iron full circle
rontlnuoiiH dotttde. stroke. It ia puar-
anleed to bale will) ease from ten to
twelve tons per day. for circulars
and prices address J. K. Mohoak
t!otl'ey ville Kanaaa or The Scott Hay
1'reas Co. Kansas City Mo. 0-3
8evcn rcnaous why you should uso
Heed's Tasteless Chill Curu: 1st It is
the best. 2nd The tasto is very nleo.
3id It Is tho largest bottle. Itli It is
splendid lor children and old people.
5th It haa a box of pills free witli each
bottle tilh It destroys alt malaria
and builda up the system. 7th It is
sold "no cure no pitv." W. V. I'atton
A Co. holessle ami retail nttents.
It ia no cure no pay when fairly
tried. It is always to good and so
true mothers all ask for it and the
children nil rrv for it. It Is a hot llo of
Keed'a Chill Cure. Sold by MeSpad-
den Chelsea I.T. 42-tlmo
The transition from long lingering
and painful sickuuna to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the indi-
vidual. Hucti a remarkable event is
treasured in the memory and the
agency whereby the good Health has
hi en attained is gratefully bleio-ed.
Hence it is t hat so much ia heard in
nraiso of Klectric Hitters. So many
feel they owe their restoration to
health to the use of tho Ureal Altera-
tive and Tonic. If you are troubled
w ith any illnes.se of Kidneys I.iver or
Siomiirh ol long or sbn'rt alanding
vou will surely lind relief by i no of
Kleetric Hitters. Hold at f0e ami (1
ver bottle at W. U. Pattens 4 Co'i.
H Trie Pulpit am! the SUpe.
Hev. F. M. Shrout puBtor I'nited
Brethren Church Hon nnd K.m.
says: "I feel it my d'lty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery tins
done for mo. y lungs wero badly
diseased aud my p.irishlouers though t
I eould live only a few weeks. I took
five bottles ol Dr. Kinif'a New Discov-
ery and am sound aud well gaining 111
lbs. in weight."
Arthur Lovo t i a;;cr hove's Funny
Folks Combination writes: "After
a thorough trial aud convincing evi-
dence I am confident Dr. Kind's New
Diacnvpry lor Consumption heats 'em
nil. and cures when everything else
fails. The greatest kindness I enn lo
my many thousand friends is to urgu
them to try it." Free trial bottled i
W. (J. Pat ton tv. lii: store. -Kegu-lar
sizes ")0c an I f l.l.o.
A Ripe Old Ago.
.1. R. lloleoinu and wife of llelehi r
ville Texas have celebrated their fifty-
fifth wedding anniversary and are
mill hale and hearty. Tim secret of
their long life and good health is Hal
tliey ci'mct any slight ailment prompt-
ly and in that way avoid serious sick-
ness. I. ike most every one else they
ate more frequently troubled with con-
stipation ttiun tiny other physical dis-
euso. To eoirect tins they take SI.
Patrick's J'ills in prefen nee to any
ol her becaiiae as Mr. Holeomb i:iv
"They are a mild pill aud beside
keep tho whole system In good order.
Vt'e prize them very h itrh ! y." For sale
by I'atton A Co. drugjjists.
1)1 R ElTaONS FOR Till V ELERS.
For Jllnor IMalls Call I'pou the M. K.
& T. lliiilouj AucuU
Tata Ilia Uloonri Kana A I'm tiljitit
train ( 10 : IA . m ) tost. I.ouia and all pomta
eattrlaSt i.onu. i! m Tiling (S !!. m )
train to Chicago mt all point at tIo CIiI-
fg" arriving lhra nut ruorniiiK In Unit for
all eaat and north bound roulp. Both nliM
and day trulna nulla conuwcltou for all weat-
cm Kiiiiti at Kansas til?. UironKh cararr-
vice to c liiiago. St. I.ouli and Kniuaa flly .
Arrmi'f mnita may ba niado almad foraleop-
fra. by lylitr to local Bgi'iit. Kn uralon
tlrVrta on aa'a dally to all aoulliarn and Cali-
fornia points going and returning on diller-
rnt rontrt tickrls goul kli montha. Any
furthfr Intoriiia'.lon .Ickirt J will be eliurrully
fio nibbed on application to
A . U I'n K Arnt.
Two Distinct Llneo to Chicago
Are civn Oie tratelrr from th In llnn Terri-
tory by tha Ilurlliiplon ItonU. Ona U llan-
nlhal arrr Ilia al.. K. T. R. K whence Hie
Rnrlincton'a aolld ietlbalal train the
"til" takea up the throus-U aleeper and
iei'dttto tt dratlnat'oh. T"e oilier route
It made oror the II. ASt.J.R It trom Kan-
ana City fiom wbleh point thl ramon train
tha "Kli" a;arla. Thla t the hanaa (.Ity-
Chlcags Flypr a tolid vrstilnileil train ol
aleepera and Tied chair cara laiing Kanaaa
City late In the afternoon It landa the paa-
keilger in ChicaKO In time lor buainioa the
peal morning baring aerred both anpper and
breakrant lu illiilng ui which are ei knowt-
eliied by all to be tha beat We.t of Chicago.
The llnrlirrlnn Route (!C C St. J. A C. I
R K ) from kanaaa City gies through aervlra
to Minneapolis and St. Caul Irioing Kanaaa
City lu the forenoon the llirounh ba.Tsl tlrvp-
era ria. Council llluflt arrirra al the "twin
cltiea" In lime for brcakTa-d. the neit aaorn-
Ing. 'Ihla line rnn twa inaKniilcent traina
tliroiiglitot onni.il lllufls and Omaha daily
one leaving kana.a C'ily a little before noon
and one lu tha erelong arriving repi-uvei
in Hie evening and monuu;. Colli vt 1Ii-k
iraina hate the palace rlri-pnigand free chair
car hirh tave made tlie llurlington paHn-
ger servieo a moilel at cumlorl aud iiiua'iia-
tor rnrttier Inrormation anorena. c.
lioardman I'raveiiag l'aangiT Agent Fort
1 orlli iexaa. or
A I' n im
General Pa ticket Agent.
M Jopph Mo.
(i'opying done on the caligraph.
-Kate T. Wolfe. 2t
("all at the O. K. Meat market
for a good Koatt.
Wanted at the Star More hides
wool ta'low an 1 produce of all
Call at the O. K. Meat market
for a rrood steak .
The Star btore has just received
a new btock of Hats Caps. 5 and
10 cent goods notions etc.
A No 1 stock farm for sale.
Addre.'-s loik boxi'.Hi Vinita I. T.
Just received. A new fctock of
canned (roods dry fruits candies
confections etc. tar tore.
Call at the O.
for voiir Mrt.
K. Meat market
I.adief Mil's Florence Young-
blood nt Mr. Ca' millinery
Ktore solicits your Drespmakinc
orders and iuoiiii.es a perfect fit.
E. Sutherland has hi" coal Lank
flp.nin in opfralion nnd is prepared
to fill all order either at the hank
or deliver' 1. Eipht mile
witl oi Yiinta ou (Vfi'i-vvill
m . I.
VMm mmmm.me sum wami- i
Miinaijcr Green of the San
Fnineiso hotel is running a good
house and justly entitled to a nood
share of liic iiatronnye. This is
the pioneer hoti I of the territory
and has niways been a popular
Anyone who contracts to buy
cattle branded I 15 of Jack Ken-
dall will be compelled to ciniliscato
the stock hcrealter purchased.
0-2 L. l' It A liOYNTo.N
I'ryor Creek Kanfre Adair I' O.
Come to the Cjikap ('ash IIoi'sk
for Furniture. Collins Wall Taper
Window Shades Sewing Machine
repairs etc. Cheaper than the
cheapest. Opposite Mrs. Dustin's
hardware store. Edwards it Co
Southwest City Mo. 51 tf
All patties aro hereby notified
not to purchase nil or any portion
of my place located near I'rairie
City I. T. as I will contest to the
fullest extent any such sale before
the courts. Mks. H. 11. Kouukrb.
The stock of new millinery
goods just received Ly Mrs. Chou-
teau is the largest and finest with-
out doubt ever brought to Vinita.
The hats embrace every one of the
latest styles and they are prettier
this fall than ever. In feathers
birds nnd ornaments everything
desirable is presented.
Lunch house opposite Chou-
teau's cast side of tho track. A
good lunch served day or night for
ten cents. Canned poods of all
kinds pigs feet iresh fish pies
cakes candies fruit and confec-
tions. Meals at all hours 20 cents.
Neatest place on top of ground.
V. L. Ilenton proprietor.
At the Itaptlnl Union
TavKlecjioJb Xaad- Ter.
Designed for all grades with special atten
tlou tu advanced Academic aludu-a. s-ll
Tt'lTIONi-fill la (lit rornlue moalhs' irkoel.
RKV. W. II. Wll.SOX I'riu.
opened its fall tena
Wednesday Sept. 3.
We gnaranteo our boot vyork to be aa
good as inccrttflitt care and pniua the bet al-
laitiablo skill aett the liberality of Hie Anierl-
csa llonie Miiblouary society cult lunte it.
We are alow according to some standard be-
c Q a we refuse l ' 'gloa: 1 things over. We
aland "for aonn'l a:et thorough culture.
Sr.holara coming to as liom other hiIiooIs
h.ive sometl runs to go down and do founda-
tion vrori- As far as osHibJ wiil ijiil
niliids ue build on a sure foMud.iiion ami wit.
build on no other.
Wa make no promise of what we will do for
a chili). iceit that wa wl'l b careful thor-
ailgb and honent alivays to our jiatrons to
the chlidreu to onrsolvc.
A Male School
English. Clahhka... Mathkmati-
OAI. AM) SmiNTIKiC
Iiitroiluclury t Galloway coiUite will l ;
tAUtflit fur m fiw iti'Miili ni liio M-tholit
rttnioii lb Viuitik ctfii'iifi.'lit)( uti t'ie ::rl t-f .
It will tin trannft rrt't. to GrIIowht rf.tlrire
wlinii tha buil'tiiitf ami nUli'ino:iH nru i-ro-
pareil tu ruciv 11. i
KAl't l I Y. j
Trof .1 II . lli-lmp A M . w III rnintncnr .
tlit ftrliflt'1 Cunipvtunl At.hUl.uitk will Um m- !
pluytnl from lime U limi thwy urn tit . 1 r l . I
THB DIMCII'I.IN K.
fl rvqnlra. (I ) Inllrf.-ut afi.U-fttlm (2 )
l'rniiit obe-liinc. (' I Pri)ttr ilriKtrtinrtti.
lii motho.U uf gjeruiauiil wU n tt ti' ;
harBli but all tu nn rv ot nt-rnury rnrrf-
tloo wtll br claiiiirM aitl riir:if t . lunubor-
ijiiKition will not bf irrmuul .
Iht-nrhoul will h titlfl Into thr1 !-
parlnieiita with the follow inn
It ATKS OK TI'ITTON: .
(Covabi ir Urm hi alTanre.) !
Prlmar lu'ar;u.Miil it-r muulli. . . .
Inlerm-.hati " " " t -Vj
L'uHKialf ' " 1
Ati fiLrlfiH br-aiMiug -lepuriuiciu nut d
Ctanctf -I with th rlH l.
For pm ial iitformatlon 1 t
.1 II. Il'ni.-r. Prim I) al.
Ir. II. KortiieT. Uv I- V Klr. W C.
Palton W . K llaliell. Kiemttva committee .
VV . T . WHITAKER
Pryor Creek Merchant
Carries everything In the
General Merchandise Line
Country Produce hought. I car-
ry a full and complete line f ev-
erything usually found in a gener-
GOOD GOOrw LOW PRICKS.
All kinds of ato-'li. Also la eonnoc-
auction A Livery Stable
And I can accommodate the
puhlio. llk'-i to j:o anywhere in
the Cheiokee .iiinu.
A I SO
A. J. CCLVAHD &. CO.
Carry a full line of
Saline District Cherokee Xa'ion
lie will huy ali vf the ahove
named produce and ctock at rea-
onahle ligure. Cull and ?ee lis
ami he coiiviiotd td our low
!r.Tarn;sllca lor Cur Patrons.
THE TRISGO LINE.
Ito'f f u rv fii el ti- Mi .i.pt vr. A
'j4 tf 1'Ua.TTaV.ll Irinj fe.' 1
ncff fi .f-i fcav Ji lfi pii trt.
vrrW bT 1"! r rr.-n o rwn dtl n
ftn.lth. Hart f.d Ltv.aM ittwtt X.mt.
A fu't tvtnrVp-rit cC rlwm R-cltt.ti
rY.ii I- rvr T t. trl trpr-4 psltra fr
ak wtifc w (mV 4 H'-smtt i akJiir
btfrtM tk J-ihar l'X e e- vm fntdr) oaf
rpu.-t. r1 ti tun dtl trt hfc
LmiH mt'4 K. in 4. Kvr)U t JS J'D r rU
t t-t-i ftt.tl Wwl.ita wkI b Lout
r.d H-rfT hD. I t'nh 'plla I !
T; ic i tip- !it A r1i . t Ui v A (- -IL
ArmnnoM at 1 :m- nj blf M r4
Ki a f1i n1 puiroi "! t. ta
0aiaara. f-aaaw-rfr A f--V
tT LcVIS. af"
(EAST 8IDB OT TItAC'IC)
i.o laiaWjg.j en"
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Flour Feed & Provisions.
Mskfi a sjierlaltr of nil kinds ol
t'suntr Produeaar Rrsr; Urarrlptleu.
Ilavi-1 addition la the g'la earned a Una w
Clan ware A giieeuiw ere l arlleiilar at
leailon cellid to lae ator4 of luhaicoa and
A. D. CUHINE
Manufftcturer of nnd dealer to
BOOTS AND SHOES
Does all kinds of boot and
rhoe work KimrnntcrliiK a Ht
anil sntlsfmllon lu every re-
spect. Turtle) deslilnit; work
run send their names aud ad
dresses nnd illl reeelTO n rlroti-
lar irlvluar full dlrct tions how to
nicasurc the foot.
' J. Vi. ll'IUXK forenisn bus done
nothlne; cli fur rear ml Is irivliiK bet
trr solleriirtlon In tlir beet buslioss thoa
or nmu In the West.
EXCLUSIVE DKUO HOI'SIS.
Drugs Medicines & Chemicals
Fe:fumery and Fancy Goods
And everything pertaining to a
first-class drug store.
frir Prescriptions Carefully Com-
pounded. Apr 17 (5 mo
William McDivitt Seneca 5Io.
- Proprietor of
Seneca- Model Roller Mills.
"A" "Model" and ' Gilt Ed-.:"
Flour. Iltiys u heal mid tvrii.
licils trade from ludiun '1'ert itoi y.
SnJi" factum guaranteed. . 'if...
n nrrnniT n nr oine
yt I-"- I IIUI I Mi:.:. ' i h I 11 (. 1
.t II ;ll 1 Uie rol ol I. u: till:.' f.li' I lu
ey j xtoii'kei'l"T. liioclii ! Itrii'r):i.rt-
KVf L-.iSliUU. bllil'tiiiis
A1' I ...:...!.
"V iiourovi-OH'iil Man il. .uie in Lii'-;.-I
hlocl.' I ri-M .i.iH..l i of. i
aj I csmloKiie
E I Fulton Iron AEi irine "Tl:s.
U i.-uu.i lu BriiNii m .Ht.ii. ii.
i 1 1 k n - il 1 1 1 1 it i -1 m i"
Orfana Sewing Kautlnw
Clietopa. . Kansas.
1. F. irHLHLKY
Eaxter Springs Kansas
Hardware Tinware Stoves!
Field and Garden Seeds.
.U.i.t fur i'K
SlcCormiclc Mower and Binders.
I carry an immense stock keep
the very beet stood ami sell nt bed
rock prices. Call in and Pee inn
when coining to ltaster Spring.
LIVERY and f EED STABLE
Clielsoiv 1 . T.
Good Accommodation! sni Beasona-
Special attention piven to Tar-
ties wantin;; to make Alluwe
Coody's 1'dutV Nowata Foyil or
The Arkansas Slats Fair
Embracing: the StsUa of Ark .i.iii
and the Indian Terntrry
Wiil U l.i ! ! at
Oct. 14 15 15 17 & 13 '90
ir;lhla.-V lii.i-J ai.a lnri"
Enchanting if'usic j
Interesting Atlractiuns j
EXciting Races. j
FOURTH DAT VETERAN'S DAY. j
Lad.c Free on Tut-Ml-vy. Chil-
dien under 11 years on r ti.iay
Excnriion Rates en all Railroads i
Send for I'reiuiuiii List.
Adtiiifion - - 2" tent?.
J. II. S. MAIN. Pi. -i.: : t
V . r"-- 1
k. ii. adaiu. sicru .ry.IJ. W. MARTIN Vinita Ind. Ter. Postoffice Dox No. 38.
Wait For TJae
Sgeiter H 28 al 1 11.
EXCITIITG RACES !
Trottinp Kunnni; and Pacing each day of the Fair on the.
bet half-mile track in the territory. Ubral
purses are offered in all the e)ae.
CHIEF J. 13. MAYES
Will attend the Fair and address the people upon the-
issues of the day.
Fruit and Vegetable Displays
Illustrating the bounties of nature with vpechiionn
remarkable for size nnd beauty.
Grand Balloon Ascension
From the grounds each dav to a hoiVnt of 2.0 feet with
jj' a liraml Parachute Leap at that terrible altitude.
fc THE LADItG' DEPAR7iY.SJT
'-' l!'rac't unusual interest and foulam hundreds of
L'-f ' useful household products
0k IvXCb'ItSTOxX HATES'
ii&rt&'&h 0S ALL I A ll.il 'AI..
il vJ-L -r ai'iwVe 1
Attention! Stockmon and Farmers.
t . . i
it : 'it tJ
Hoots and Shoes
MADE TO OIIDKK.
Cow Boy Boots a Specialty.
taVAll Mail Orders Receive
"Xo trouble to tlvuv iroods."
Heating and Cooking
For Wood and Goal!
Mv V:nt-r Supply wiil t''n anivo and I i.ar.- you it is
The Lar'-t t-ver I roua'.tt to i!ic Chr. '.- Nrio
As hen-t"t.re my
Stocl of Hardware
i c iiM'1"te in overy detail.
ORD-RS FHOr1 A DISTAfiCE
'.r rrythin Jesi. 1 1 filled pion.i tly.
W . W. MILLER.
a. ; '
ft . . -a- .- ' - i . i
milium List to
I Have a full and Con plete Litis ef
Stocfc Sailes Harness
and all goods carried in a
First-Class Harness Ghop
with prices to suit '.he time:-
I employ none hut thoronuii work men using
the best of material and guarantee r.I'. oods s
iirs'.-cl.t s in every retpict.
'i?i?i i " 'A
Vinita ind. Ter.
lint "Wo Don't
And w ' v pot t lie
To hold tiioin 'low ii mad.' l y lir?t
t-l.i! workiin i on t I'niai.e Col-
or a J Frf ke tree v :th (!'' very best
Calif 'rni.i lc;it!u-r. I l.-n d tuadu
IIAKITrcr: ErESIALTY. aV
Heavy and I'm : am Suoes
made to older.
aMrM.iil Orhv- pr.ritlv at.
tended tJ. Shi p e.tt i f M. K. .t T.
U. II. Youi .-tiv.uit 8-47
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