The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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Til Mtitlrl "trili'lure J'l.nir.vvi liy Ull I'UV.
As many farini'ra liuva ivqur.sli'd a
tlct-cripUou of my )io lionso will un-
fcwer tli request writes A. II. Mirldim
of louu through tin! Ami-rUim A jri"i-
fiilturihl. Tlic liousn In limit for eiht
brrioil sows lu 1 lio spi intf or llfty vign
in t lie full mi. I ftti'iii.sliis plenty of
room for this iiiiiuIxt. Tim hiz is
twenty f'i;t iilu by t wi'iily-four feet
hmg. 'I' lit; i'us arc oiii'lt nix feet Miiuit
mukiiif' tlio alley (luon.rli tin) center
citflit feet iile tfivin' plenty of room
to drive a lo.!il of corn uniler eover of
the roof to unload In the fall. Four of
these pens tiro on eueh side unit ono
(.will tronjrh eiijht feot loii answers
for two pens. Over eaeh UihikIi Is
jibix'J a km luring door three by enUt
l 9 i lit m
Till. 1. PKK.sl'HCTIVE VIKW OK IMUGKRY".
feet so that uny litter which may be
rooted into them can he easily rdoaned
out mid the plj's ean ulo htf shut buck
until the swill is poured into the
troughs !i (jreat advantage' us tiny
There are little doors from each pen
into tin alley also into the yards on
the hides of the house. These yards
hhould haVe a hoard floor unless thfl
ground is very bandy and well drained
A small pen near a ho'-honse becomes
a mortar bed after every rain and the
object of the small vnrds outside is. to
livo early pirs sunshine and more
chiince for exercise than n six by six
lie "j a fTords. Over eaeh pen under the
upper roof is a small window tj admit
air and liht.' This slides on the scant-
linjf which supports the lower roof.
The outside posts are only four feet
ill!'" and the center posts eiht feet.
The roof is boarded and shingled. The
house is inclosed w ith No. 4 boards
then paper ai d drop-sidin;' aro put on
to keep out frost in winter. Large
iloors at each end can bo opened w hen
occasion requires but for every day
FIO 2. GIKHtND I'IAX OF I'KKIKHV.
nsc a small door thirty by seventy-
oipht inches is placed at either end. A
well and a pump should be placed w here
most convenient so that no delay will
occur when feeding time comes. There
is but little trouble to provide places
for grain und meal but a bountiful
biipply of water is quite as important
and often neglected. The cost of the
house with lumber at twenty dollars
per thousand and shing-les at three und
one-half dollars is nbont nun "'r'1.rc:j
dollars. Several loads of sand or gravel
may lie profitably dumped into the pig-
yards each year.
IltT.N' all rubbish and keep the farm
surroundings clean so as not only to
lessen the liability of disease but also
to destroy the harboring place for ver-
min. Kmai.i potatoes w hich are unsalable
fchould not bo wasted as they are lux-
urious to the liens and pigs. it will pay
to put them away for feeding to poul-
Thk cellar should be thoroughly
cleaned fumigated anil whitewashed
before being used us a storehouse both
us u protection to the articles nnd to
M AXrmi that has been evenly spread
liver the Boll not only prevents loss o
moisture and retains that in the soil
but causes the moisture low er down to
rise to the surface also.
Sritri.rs water Is al w ays a damage and
fchould be removed by drainage. It is
better to remove this down through the
soil than to drain it off over the soil. It
makes farminjj easier and quicker and
makes less of waste land.
Ditv dirt should be stored in some
oovored place for use as an absorbent
In the winter. One part of dry land
plaster and four parts of dry dirt by
measure will greatly aid m preventing
the loss of liquid manure.
Kvkhv day that my cattle do not (rain
in flesh I lose twice as much as that
train would tie worth. As soon as the
pastures fail to yield enough food t.i
l.cepthe animals grow ing rapidly other
food should be buy. plied. Henry O.
Fprlug; la the
llct Time to Pet Out tha
The best time toht-t tho cuttings is in
Bprin?. They uiny be of liny size up to
two or three inches: about uu inch is a
eonvenient magnitude. Tiiey may be
placed upright or sloping. 1 he aceotn
r"anyinT cut may afford some suu'prs-
Tions. It represents a willow fence
made some years afro at Cornell univer-
ity. The sticks were about four years'
jrrtmth and two inches in diameter
cut four feet lonfr and sharpened at one
nd A double furrow was plowed ond
rmnnre placed in it and then a subsoil
; low pessod sereral times. The hhurp-
:ied willows were driven in (.even
inches apart. A strip of board was
; laced on the even top. If the sticks
re of different sizes assort them nnd
jilaee the same bi7.es together. This
fence miiy lie changed to a hedire by
the side shoots coming out at the
(-round. The willow mint be of a kind
tl at sprouts rapidly. Country Gentle-
Damage Done by Katyillil.
Prof. John K. Smith of the New Jer-
y exiriinent station is quoted as
myiiijf that katydids have done much
harm to the or.tn Iwrry crop this season.
rVseribirp; one journey through the
."anberry rejrion of the state lie saya
lliat in more than one b"g eaterpillan
nnd katydids h;:d leen cuught and ex-
r mined in proNiinity t; cranberry
Vnsl.es. In every i:s-nce be found
lliat the eaterpillTi's lind only eaieo
(.ravs. lint m the k ityili li were found
rauberry si'e-ls. showing at once where
the blaim lav. It dr; not eat the
l-crry tut the .-"rd. The katydid's
if. pr- iield on the cdjr" of the leaves
i nd the it- - i t ot.lr tit'uin winjrs abutit
:? C t! i f i;i pSls'l 0C2.
66 6 b 66 1 6 x 6
J I Jl
5? Jlei ff wtelo
E -3iiJg " ' "'
6b 66 I 66 6xb
1 - - jjfJ-y j -
THEY NEVER GO TO BED.
tienarully For th ItxnMiii Hint 1 lifjr Ilavs
No lli il In I. a To.
A man chained with begging once du-
el n red that ho had not been in bed for
thirteen years; ho took his rest in door-
way and passages. This is not a bad
record lm; many of the homeless class
could probably bent it. Certainly thorn
are thousands not only in Uiilund
but all over the world to whom such a
luxury as a Wit is unknown; unfoi tun-
utes obliged to lay their heads In the
oddest places Imaginable to prevent
their being rudely awakened by the po-
lice. A sad ne'er-do-well told the writer
that this was his principal thought for
more days than he could count: Where
should ha sleep that night? And he
had a theory that but for having this
object constantly in view as he tramped
over the monotonous pavementsof Ijoii-
don he must have lost his reason. He
laughed himself in after days when he
thought of some of his experience! at
Kven ho however never ulept in a
Btrcum which was what soino thirty
persons of both sexes did at Huda-resth
a few years back. The water which
was warm flowed from a mill and the
vagrat.ls got Into it and converted a
iiuinbor of stones into temporary pll-
Kven people with homes could tell
Niiino struiige stories on this head. Of
:ourse in soma countries Wds are un
known. The Japanese for example
sleep on the floor miillk'd in a groat
wadded coat and with a block of
wood for a pillow. Hut confining our
selves to England just talk to the
dwellers in tho slums on this subject
Why going to Wd there during the
summer months is positively inviting
torture. Many places swarm with ver-
min und consequently those who live
in them lind it more comfortable to
bleep anywhere rather than in the
proper place even on tho doorstep.
The manager of an Isle of Man hotel
remarked a few months ago that "visit-
ors" never went to bed. LI is servants
are often asked- to provide breakfasts
at three or four a. in. Certainly the
Ktrects of Douglas are pretty lively any
time during the season.
A gentleman is fond of relating that
one night a select party settled not far
from his bedroom window and created
the most discordant din imaginable
lie bore it with exemplary patience for
about five hours and then dressing
himself he went out and mildly ex-
postulated saying ho wanted some
sk-p. - -
'"Sleep!" roared ono of the gang
blowing a terrific blast on a toy trum-
peA "then what did you come to the
Islo of Man for?".'
Tin y say at Ulackpool too that if
you arrive at any hour of the day or
uixht you are just in time for some-
thing or other. The story goes that
early ono morning a dance was in pro-
gress on one of tho piers when a ship-
wrecked sailor who had Wen drifting
about on a spar and had fortunately
"landed" on the girders Wlow crawled
np the steps. The M. C. came forward
they are never surprised at Black-
pool smiled bowed ami said: "Pleased
to .'co you sir. Can 1 Und yon a part-
ner?" Cassell's Saturday Journal.
The Killing ral
The cashier of a western bank was ab
sorbed in counting tho money Whind
his cage when a masked robber came
in anil stuck a big open-mouthed re-
volver under his nose.
Hand over that money!" growled
Tlio cashier looked up in a bewil
I..::.- utumll vuuiiubuucu
the robber sternly.
"Oh ah excuso me" replied tho
cashier recovering his equilibrium
"but I can't let you have any money un
less you are identified sir. Good morn
ing" and he was about to turn away
when tho robber jarred him into re
markable affability. Detroit Free
A It Seemed to Him.
Caraway The elopement of Cheney's
wife was in the nature of a boomerang
wnsn t it?
llixiks How so?
Caraway She returned the next day.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITV Ov-t. Ift
I 3 .V)
lCn ; s (;od to choice heavy..
WHEAT No. red
No. li hard
OATS No. 2 mixeil
l.'I.OL'U-1'utcti'B ikt sack. ....
II A V-Choice timothy
UU'l'TK It - Choice creamery . ...
t'llKKSK 1'uil emim
EG lis Choice
SI 1 10 EI Fjir to raolcs
run i: choiio
a t an
it t 05
(9 4 T3
a i 03
5 i to
H 4 7.1
w II EAT-No. s re.l ;.
t'OUS-Na 2 miii'd
OATS -No. 5 milteil
CATTLE -Irlm to extra
HOi i.S licUinif :iil sliiiipln..
MIKKP Fair to ihuice
i LOl.'K Winter wheat
WHEAT- Na 3 roil
OATS No. i
RYE No. 3
- NEW VOMK.
C ATT 1. 1; -Natl i e Blcera
lIO'.:s to ch .Ice
flAH'il ;x(J lo choice
WHEAT No 2 red
CHUN' Na 2
Ci l V.'nieni liitud. ..... ....
Hi "iTEII Creamery
HI 6 50
& 4 40
34 a M
IB 24 H
V) ((13 50
p in wot
Jt.'mW V aaaJaw
" I have been afflicted with bilious-
ness and constipation for fifteen years
and first one aud then another prep-
aration was suggested to me and
tried but to no purpose. A friend
recommended August Flower and
words cannot describe the admira-
tion iu which I hold it. It has given
uie a new lease of life which before
was a burden. Its good qualities
and wonderful merits should be made
known to everyone suffering with
dyspepsia and biliousness." JE.''R
Barkhr rriutcr HumbulJt Kas.g
"Kiln all i sttn.
'i 1M f-!--':fany awmK '
atnanML-.-suiisiisjsi ' isaa. jw '.at' mail
V- .-lo 4 tjjJk .. ..-a; ..mJL. Vl
To Young WIT.
A illsaiinoliiied liiioln lor has uhl that
mine tlmu ufter liiumuL'u it nun.'i wllo
emotes Ui bo supremely ittii'aelivo to lout.
Never wan a ureutur libel. lteuuly pro
servml mid uriieo retained can iiovcr l"0
tlioir etiurm or yield their eniiilro. Tim
ireHarl'iilliiii uf our lmli''M ill ttl'lr ol'igiliul
iieultliv liorlcotoli und eoiiiklliinsa nin siien d
ilutv. Kverv i oiinir mother who will Isithfol
lv carry oiil tlio illreetinna given ivitli ouch
bottle of "Moilior's Friend1 will never
Iu8 lluure or complexion. The Uuluty bud
will iiiuUiro Into the blooming ro.o mid "hi
lure will llnd her blessing tho day ulio first
tisisl ''Molhor's Friend." bold by ull tin
A ma who get choleric over his collar
billion 1ms nok neoesrily (jut any comma
sliupod biitUU about htm. - lii.Mlua Truu-
If You Hrealhe l'olion
No leas than If you awulluw it tt will Im
pregnate uud destroy you. If you bvo or
sojourn iu a inulurloua locality b assured
l hut vou must iiilmlo the gurius of disease.
Nulllly and ramie r these haruile Willi the
frritnii unl.ulotu to inului'ia. Hosteller s
Hlniiiach Hitters which isulsoa potent rem-
roy lor inuigesuou liver ooiupiuuib costive
ueos rbtmiiMtisui uud dobllliy.
A Rr. Johskwht schoolboy being aaltod
what a stalactite was repllod: "A stnlactltn
is where the water leaks through and slicks
on." BU Johnsburg (Vt) Caleuonlun.
Have You Aathmaf
Ph. R. ScnirPMANN St. Paul Minn. will
mall a trial puckugaof stoblrTiiiunu's Asthma
Cure Jret to uny sufferer. Oivob instant re-
lief in worst ensoh anil cures where others
full. Hume this paper and suud address.
"MrnoB Is still looking for a snap I sup-
pose!" "Yea but lie doesn't seem to havo
the necessary gtr.jw lo make It." Indian-
apolis Join mil.
Hill's Catahiih Ci'hs Is a liquid and is
taken intern ul lv and acts directly ujioo thi
bliHid and inucoua sutfuoes of toe systeui.
IKeud fortostiiuoiiials free. 8old bv Drug-
giala 75c. F. J. CuaNtY & Co. i'roprs.
Jack "Sleep well lust night!" Tom
"Yes; slept like a summer chaperon."
Whiskt tires the blood. "The A. B. V.
noheniiun Hottled lleer" of St. Louis cools
It and makes meut. Try It.
Ir the early bird which catches tho worm
would rush mutters a little and visit the
eleulrlo lump he could get his nil of bugs.
Hkecham's Pii.ls enjoy tho largest sale of
any proprietary inedloirts in the world.
Mude only lu St. Helena Kugluud.
Cast your bread upon tho water nnd you
will huvo chicken soup such as tliey adver-
tise in free lunch. lluzleum Sentinel.
Like Oil Vpnn Troubled Waters is Hide's
Hooey of Horchoiind and Tur upon a cold.
Fike'aToothuohe Drops Cure lu ono miuute.
Thk worm stays In the ground for fear
some one should hook him.
That's the way Dr. l'ierce's
Pleasant Pelk'Ui come. And
it's a more important Iouit
than you think. It keei
them always fresh and reli-
able unlike the ordinary
pills Id cheap wooden or
They're nut up in a better
way and they act in a tx'ttor
way than the huge old fash-
ioned pills. No griping no
Tiolnnco no reaction after-
ward that sometimes leaves
you worse oil than liefore.
In that way they cure vr-
mnnentiy. rtlck Headache
Ililious HcAilacho Constipa-
tion Indigestion Bilioua At-
tacks and ail derangements
of the liver stomach and
bowels are prevented relieved and cured.
They're tiny. sucar-contHi granules a
coniKHmd of rained and eonoentriitwl vege-
table extracts the smallest in size the easi-
est to take and the chrajwit pill you can
buy for they're guaranteed to give satisfac-
tion or your money is returned. You iy
oulv for the oihxJ vou get.
There's nothing likely to be "just at good."
We pay the printer to give
you good advice about health
and to lead you to careful
Our reason is that Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liver oil is
so often a part of careful
If you would go to your
doctor whenever you need
his advice we might save our
money. He knows what you
Let us send you a book on
careful living; free.
Scott ft BowNKChemisu mi South ith Aveaua.
Your druggist !cpB Scott's Eittultton ol cod-livar
oil all drugguu everywhere do. 1 1
i lit lUtit IVmimI. pyniu. I
I Imim (itstsd. I lu UuitLl
i hom y lninritti.
years ago I had Ilronehitls
which llimlly drifted Into
Consumption m tho doc-
tors said and they had
about given me up. I was
conllned to my bed. Ono
day my husband went for
the doctor but ho was not
in Ids ofllce. Tlio druggist
sent mo n bottle of Hso's
Cure for Consumption.
took two doses of it and
Mas greatly relieved be
fore the doctor came. He
told me to continue its use
as long as it helped me.
did so and the result Is I
am now sound and well-
entirely cured of Con
sumption. Mrs. P. E.
BAKEIt Harrisburg Illi-
nois February 20 1S91.
Unlike tlia Dutch Process
ar nard In tha
pmre mnd tuMe.
t It hlimOfVfAflll rAaMaawM
ft tkm $tr-al of Coco nnxt-d
wlib starch Arrowroot or
Purar. fxl im far Bura fro.
riOmk'nl coi-tingr than mi tvnt a cip.
it in dtllcK-ua sourisiiing ud KMlLt
holi firrtr vriywbara.
W. BAKES &C0 Dorchester Mia.
urd r.r hr-l
aT r 1 rCfr.Tf I'Disl
vVi- k.r" t"-rr-4 Cfcirli
m. Vk as
i n i i i i
Both tlie nietliod and results wlica
Byrup of Tigs is taken; it ia pleasant
and refreshing to tlio tate uud acta
foolly yet promptly on tbo Kidneyg
liver and JJowels cleanses the sys-
tem effectually dispels colds head-
aches and fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs ia the
only remedy of it kind ever pro
duced pleasing to the tnsto and ac-
ceptable to the stomach prompt in
its action and truly beneficial (n its
efl'eets prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable substances its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the moet
popular remedy known.
Byrup of Tigs is for ealo in 50o
and tl bottles by all leading drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro-
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FRANCISCO CAt
10UI8YILU. HY. tiEVi 10M. H.I.
isn t the woman only that sutlers. She s
wearing the clothes out rubbing them to pieces all the
time. It's just as hard for every thing as it is for every body.
is Pearhne s
work yours too. It brings the dirt out
easily and quickly no hard work no wear-
ing rub rub rub no washboard.
Doesn't that seem better? It is better.
There's a saving of strength and a savinr
of clothes. And what some women can't believe it's abso-
lutely safe. It's just as much so as any good soap.
yuu an imitation be honest swJ it hack.
IT IS A IM TV yon owe Tour-
Mi fa nd fn itt Hy ia get ihu best
vttlu lur Mr niuiM- Konu
mien In your faoiwimr tr uur-
ctmiilng V. 1 I)u ylu thoe.
whicb rrpri'Mfnt lh
vikluo for firlrt" AMked.
Ihouttantf will trvlilV.
ITTAKE SO ISI USTITWTE.
Ifurnt'-n h vp fi
OV I w
lllil b!i mIiI
ASK FOR W.
L. DOUGLAS' SHOES
If not for fl In rnr plnrr nrnd dirrrl
wanted. 1'oMluufi Irrr l 111 tivt rsrluia(
fBKHll wiiuro 1 u
ae iionuculi. U iim lr (
-CLY'9 CREAM BALM-TImim the Nwnl
l'wisfras Allt 1'ata iiU lntlnnimtlu. IIamI
tbhr3a. I(wcora 1 at anil Hmdl nnd l'tir
Ivrs licllc i t oui
'mlw into thm Afrta.
bruits v t J iusiL KLY
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be
Our tales for tho past week of
"Charter Oak" Stoves and Rakoes
have been unprecedented. The Char-
ter Oak has been forging ahead every
day of the forty years that it has
been on the market.
Uoit itsrs dealers keep them. If yoirt
Aoei cotirrlt( direct to maani&ctaren.
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
8T. LOUIS mo.
NEWSPAPER CR CATALOGUE VVCP.iC.
Copper Haif-Tcnes for Fins Printing:.
A. K. KELLCGS KEWSPAPtR
jo not BE ninnvro t-
un urtr Hie
tlif Irm t. itijuro tue liun 1. id Uurn 'ff.
The lUhltit "'M biiivi Fu'isli Is lirllllMit Odcf"
1ew. ihirtii)tH.(int tto cutiiiuitcr !' tix utliu
or glfth-H .tar -kMi witU evuiy pttruhaM.
LESSENS PAIM-WSUHES SAFETY
to LIFE c? MOTKHR and CHILD.
My wife after liuvhiff nsed Mother'
Friend pa-i'iod tl.rouKh tho ordeal wit U
JIUlo piiln wns etroner In ono hour
than iu a week after tho birth of her
former child. J. J. McOomhuck
Beuns bta. Tenn.
Mother's friend robbed pain of In trrror
and nliorii'ni il l.il or. 1 bum tlm hculllilcit
child i oi er inov.
Jau. I.. M. An PR Cochran (ia.
Cnt l'y expf-M. rlnrpc pr1ii(t. on ftHut m.f fl
Bet Lu:ii. li H'W'T . V thfti" i" nldM.M
BlttOi'lSUO REGULATOtt CO.
Fvr ul 17 kii Ujukjuu AIUN1A I.A
Yob en n't flml what j-"
o.-i (jii tin- Truiti ml
wnnt In your h"' tortu
-iilu- iu our mitwi niutti I'ry
If y-tj cnn'i Cdine thru tend
fur n.i.lc (n liaise fur aittuiilfi) DJ order wliiil
you wvui by mall Vve guftruatee Itiitttlou.
is the way you have to wash
' clothes with soap. First you
Rllb Ollt ru S(XlP 'n that's work
in itself. Then you rub it all
out again over the washboard. If you're
strong and healthy and rub hard enough
you may get the dirt all out too. It's hard
work and every woman knows it. But it
way of washing.
All it wants is to be let -
Put it in the water
does its own
I'eilillera and anme unscrupulous grocers will tell yon
" this ia as pood as" or " ihe same as Pearline." IT'S
FALSE Pearlino is never cdillcil. if your procer semit
.i ;ahie3 -i lr jsew York.
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY.
A Bfnulnoifwrd ntior that trill not rt nn? r.ilf wainlen-
imxth lulils tU'iihW. in. m oinif-irltthh1 tvt.h niil tluntl.l ttir.i
ny niu-r (. v-r wild nt ihv i;rii'! i:uii custom mtulo Iice
oHtlii) front t tn $:.
od .1 llnud-rwd flncr.lf fhoi. The Diont ntrtlnli
-r - Ta hum Utainiiif mkw eVfl Hi till at (LCisf prlCO. I Jir)' (SJUil
flno liuixrtcl hhtM ii cv-KtutK from fs to
CJO AO roilco hhop worii ty tmrmort nntt nil other who
Ps?a want lu-avy t'silf llirt-e niii.s fX(uMoa wits) lioe
ertT to walk la urnl w ill kprii the fit dry und warm.
nil. i.'JO a"J i urkiiismrn's Rbe
Hive ii tTi'i ai fur tli1 tinnev l.u utiv oiiirr nisii-.
- un l this out.
)ouihn' 1. 75 Srbuol Hhurn nro
oin ly ti e bo evcrHbtru ihu utunt hii-vico
ill tht" prUaiw
l iinnci-irwed j ani VI. 7.)
Miijva for M innm oro iniiilo of tht lrt lm
foia or nn Calf ft dtirtti. li y are wry st lish com
itrttl aiii ilumiilp. Ihtt fiHho ttjunSB ciiMom uial
tionswmtiiijt from (I tt 1-aillM thoAlMl. to ecouw
mJn In lh. Ir foot wear urol n IlitK this out
V K I'TlON.lW-ware of tu atcid (-uhMitutlriKshori wltlv
out W. L. i.i;hloji' tiunid and Uio tri. 'pnanii l -n Lottonu
ulmuminiis nw fraululnt anJ hiiiJim I topn .i.cu-
Furlorv aluliniT kind. ! nnit i Inl h
ftnln III aihaiit atotali.raa .! usuiiasl a. m a
ulaloy r. 1. luuln. Ilro. Lton HIbm
o for 1.1 in 11. 'ml
It fa tmiMw Abrbrt
illlCtJ. tt Wantiu JH. . T.
used in every KITCHEN.
A Perfect Bear.
Many a man ot suave and courtly pres-
ence of genial disposition open aiul gen-
erous In his estimate of men anj things
becomes soureJ disappointed and makes
a failure in life because at Hie critical mo-
ment liis stomach gives way and his diges-
tion fails at a time when be should be
ready to enjoy life with the keenest zekt.
All this annoyance and trouble he coulJ
avoid if he would but pay some slight at-
tention t) the l.i". s ..j health. When he
is attacked with indigestion or aftlkted
with constipation let him attend to it at
once. Get a box of the L.ixative Gum
Drops and tak them regularly. If the
constipation is i long t-tanding and obsti-
nate he shoulu take these g'.nn drops ev-
ery ni;;ht on going to bed for several
nights in succession. Ui w ill find that
they will restore his digestive organs to
their natural condition. These gum drops
are p-ntle but they w ill act without giv-
ing the slightest trouble pain or annoy-
aiue. The small boxes are ioc the large
boxes are 2;c. Get them of anv dealer.
SYLVAN RHMCDY CO. Peon.. III.
Tn rvfrr town in fi
A USEFUL ARTICLE.
Srl'-i i!l nljjjil. b V TJ
familp riiiirinT 8 to
HHI fr rml. nn.flt.
A TfM -s are imw rik-
iii'j 10 per dy. S 'ltd
L'-t c'iii f-r ftirriile
nri'1 At-t-nt' Outt-t.
If lo. 1 Hjhntt
tvr. Chiracs I1L
.lu'j I y w 1 h t;iii rr- v of )im nchtfvt n it
in H k of !"i. i-.-r rric- wr.T IMNM A
co it. i- s-i .. )s. . rt.t-g aw-sv4t maiRix
wtiaii Ttiit rmi vmt mtntr w
fso'jj I? ;-!.-'- ft r ratrtTTh is the t
l 1 SiM h 'awlf tit rit by mail I 1
lil Vn. I.. T. Iii.'cl-rc Warren l a. jj
A. N. K. D.
rM nmsts AsTrr.TiFB ri.rtaR
Mot oocapjtng' mors space thiin Ui
Bnt fnlloivliiff will lfl Insn ted tt 15.00
pr year. Tlio teriiltt 4t wen owulug
iiirge r small hir.! It that It psjt U
sdrertlie tlie trnnils.
D. L. DENNY
Clnri'iiioro 1ml. Ter.
J J Left Ms.
Kanits t miles aa o
O. L. W ASHBOURNE
l 0. ViniU I. T.
audi var Dnitr-
It a n $ a as
II i u ii.l Spring1
1'rnlrie 8 ml ls
C on Inn hip
. o in a cattls
If l hli
a J.. . -r '.I
J. O. IIALL
foit-oiiics V lulls I. T.
Uuraa brand lama os laA blp. Uariarbll Is
saob iu. Uansaliatwas Cabls sn4 Tryul
raak. t-ts )
W. H. NOBI.E3
Pontofflce at Kingston Knntas.
Horaa brand aama.
Head bran.lftf -"
KnanV"aa f Sfell
JL B. FRAT8ER
fostoffioa. Viait. Ind.
Jroa aat lafl
ira la rlfk.
tain af Ula
ly tor aktaa
lta as Cabla
at sad Uailasf araaks.
Chouteau lmi. Ter.
C ln-lf in nark either I U on nam aiuri len
al.Ie; C H ur 1 i-ar srnbiieil.
iu (own kun niM ii i on i .nu .... "." j"
l.Mla v o n on left Hide lloro brand (. II
on left loul'li-r or OilKli. Ilongi? on l.l.ouleail
nd J'ryi.r crka. "J-"1
GEOItGB W. OLARK.
m.ifi. I'rt far. ai'llt Is
Hang oa rryu
Sit waak. S-S
E. B. TATLOR
PobtoSico Vinita I. T.
f Smooth crosTS
Z I un tar and croa
Cal and tpllt la Ibt
bma ran It Is
Tar lo n a o I b a I
brinda S rcartt.
Mania oa I-o-aoal
rulloa at af Vb
O. Viiiitii Ind. Tit.
urn: i nmn1ftil
t ii' h fnr ; rnnpe
on V i' r ll 1 r l s
$3 rtvi-r. twelve
P. n. IS ATTS
postofSce Salina IndUn Territory
la ana aar
Irvr alopa Is
and soc k ai
aowa' tail aal I
lt Hauat lit
n .-ai i
ilM.Ti..i :.i -Jr Jii as ia I
St (M J W o tat I
J. B. MARK-HAM. ' j
Chouteau Ind. Ter.
aftd andtrblt is j
Irft rtrt nndrr j
tir'ft in nahi.
kanxt from Lxv.
col (in it
Fiat Hurk. bntt
aldtof tkt rlv.f
fiold only fo
' O. ALLEN
r' o h it o riTfi
rir tiia fT;oiih
vt Cow rnck
rop ult ol rinisl
Tryor Creek Ind. Ter.
Roma etaara h'andod
tlri r aTOt me ?
: mra nratt'H." lmu
i rou anii l!l a-ii
L'.!S;it rr- '-l ltna
P. E. SMITH
I.enapati I. T.
leen 15 i g
Katrlnn I 1ml. 'iVr
f Ml.lk Tp
a h I p 1 1 1 in
r i k It t mtier-(Ikt-i-
fcft. In.i 1- f
r imii m
fjtlT .mlmllZZ aslJaVssaiA
1J Ti J-e't"-'
"'f!' rJ "''bp
O. P. WILLIAMS.
Munii 1. T.
A. r vi Rron
. .. ' -. ' J ah river
V - i r.V?' -" -j! Mark:
li . : i t 'ro. iht
L ' i j ivf I ovrrliil lafl
1 J b.4 I brandrd
W'W. ?-ta.1.t - SJ
Postofllcaj Viuiulud Ter.
"i Braa4 as kla arata.
a P'l ..p ... HHil
1rt . bair arou of rlirhl
I S - t Hlaart brand'
J. O. H
Aii.li. India Territory.
f laJla-IMk Sat
W--5 va4arbll la Hrt ar
- Banat l-ryari
f tiss. . saa
J. T. M:BPArOKM
fottoffo t Cbelst Indian Ter.
j Class o aif lat str
W. W. MfLLBIi
Vinita I. T.
ams la Iba
O. V. ItOOERS
Clurciuore lad. Ter.
t a Rnma bars
k n-nwiHmF-n - r
' iT- .
' ' C
ttta left loin
f1 PR 'WfTas l(nfe:TS-
J. I). 12D WARDS
Vinita Indian Terrltorr
Drop and aillt
lf M u a r b 1 1
iraaapd J B
Uriblu and aida.
Ida. K o
Bulr ba( eatila
TI II nav S30 OQ ravard for ronrltllon aaj sf
bta ataalliii an aulu.a! In Hilt brand.
Chelsea I. T.
Stripe acrom th
Mrk: Cfftp off ths
Tight nmleraloi'o iu
the I ft fit.
KiUiKi four rotlri
wt al ol Clir Itea.
Four .Mile I. T.
l tun cn on Fonr Mile
10 ui'I- h i)ini frtst o
0:e o. Kitn. Murk
iilt Ik liht ear-t
ifurf-r- lirniul I on ljt
(k.uUNt. So chU.i
milt exefpt for ft.ip
in -'lit. 10 g;
HC on ft hr.
M m k ; ti rn I rlftiit
t-rop. bilit &ud lioit :
CRAY & CLINKS DALES
Vii.iU Ind. Ter.
2T73 llr.ncll ou Paw-
'"a et of Vinita.
No. tUx-k told
! wil.Ti rtral't lortlll-
C on tiiotilil'-r.
Vinita "ud. Ter.
taaik Roak ataV
Stia cattla bart 1 1 j
In Crrek aatlnm L
tlta bajf aiMla D ml
ChLiica InJ. Tor.
ktnft: Nortb Of
Cialala bwlUk. ta
J E. OAMPBRLL
lluwe 1ml. Tor.
Z' on tldfi e
'V r?i5Ts Mark: Cro).
Vi4V; 5l -3 21 1 ami nmlrrhall
f 1 I'? 1" W l- 4 -r l.oll'firt.
il lt..r.- C on
V-Ti !ii'V'J 1 !''' 'i".iiili'r
J. K. CRUTCH FIELD
Inula. 1. X.
Sunn- lirainti-.l VI on
Icl't ul lr; ol'irra liave
S X S 'ii nalit tl.lc.
fT' 1 i-riihhc'l: "n-
""f.l. ih.t in titl-t I'anca
?M n niilt Oiilb olc iar-
k Ind. ler.
Iltpt 3 nillaa wt
ol Trior Creek Ind.
Tolnt of lert born
Vinitft. 1. X.
('rot' ifte .ft ftur
am'..! Vii in rl t ft t .
Km tie norih Hid ent
Ilnr-t brnJ: O T
rost-Oflice Clejenicre Ind. Ter
in loft : tmoota
a. fl'" !lk rroprlaht
' ; 1 ha. f !.
Have yvH ?r"n V'
1p-il" I r' v . -'
Irtr. A'i'tra' J
1- r t rt r ib't ni n cop-
'Un T:.- HMrfp ' Co Vi
m. In I T r.
Lo ( II I
'. - . ' v "V TJ - i m 1 1 n aaal
os " f
o I ' . ji U iittoa.- ' i
ub.r m it
aP - 1&S
V MlJt . I
I . M
11 2"- rr;r. ;
Save your Money
by Spending It
In the Purrlmx. of TkheU over
E--ss?aTo All Point. In
Kansas Indian Terrl-
Double Daily Train Service
) WITH (
Free Reclining Chair Cars
si;;j on all trans
Perfect Buffet Pullman
Sleeping Car Service
-1 JIK'I WKKN -Chlcstro
St. l.ouitt Kbushs City
Huiiniijal; 8eduliB l't. Kcolt Fur-
Pcnison Ft. Worth Dallai
Waco Auailn Han Aotonio
lloustou ami (iulvi'htou.
Forrontea. rnti.t. ninpa time tablet or othsf
Information call on or aMrcsa
W. O . Uiiaiiam K II I'aiikrr.
Ucn 1 l. kil Act. Aast. iWn . J'ant. Art.
Vartont Kana. boy (jlieMtnut bt.
HI. Louis Mo.
KANSAS CITY Q
Omaha Pueblo & Denver.
TiUis&n Sc'J't E'-teyiag Can and Tt
rtHCUlQ OHAI3 OAE.3
CT. LOUIS AND WICHITA.
H. O. TOWN3CND
sud Tivktt 4f cut ( a IT. LOTJI9 Kll
A. D. CUBINE
slannfaolurar of sod daaler In
DOTS AND SHOES.
Pops all kinds of boot and
eiioe work guaranteeing a fli
and satlHiacllon In every rr
ipect. Parties desiring work
oh feud their names and ai
dresses and will receive a circa
l.ar giving fall directions Low to
measure the foot
J. Vf. CCIilJiE forfjnaa baa done
satMuj slse for jrurs and is girlng boU
trr sstkXactlon Id tlie boot business tliaa)
injr man In the Vt.
'EE LIVE STOCK MARKET OF ST.LOUIS-
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
l.oi atrd at Knit St. I.oula III.
Directly oppnpito tho city of St. Iiuls
Huyers'fcr nil dt'M-rip'.iun (if Mve Stocll
always in a;ttinlain- Htul within ths
grounds of the Sto -k Yardrt Is a Ueol
Canning Cunpiuiy. w i t ti a capacity for
Bluurfhti'rir.g 1 . h m K.uii of cattla dally
and l'orlc l'acltiii tub'.ishrncnts with
o -aaolty for slaughU.rini; 12000 hogi
IAA.C n KNOX President
CHAB. T. iOHEe fiupt.
R. A. HOSES Y
M mini urcr or aiul tlialr iu Foreign
Marble and Granite
Cemetery Coping Etc
Sjn-.-ial tl.'-tk'n hh'l r-'in.fit''R t'r any 1 mrt
work f urniiaht-'l un h l I i :n . anl ratiiiac-
t!nn KiiJtraiilt'f J. i'r r.s-n?i.ie.
Il anjUnng ift nti I call m Ton or J-
Claremore. I. T. U-M
1 r t il i
nr N 1 Mr
l.a'i. Or tfiX
) m i r
m. I rfstr rnt
. hd '--rt m
"I'Hf 1 ba.-
IT 1 f1 t SISJ
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t f i COPYHICHY tO.
Mi M. r! Pvuli.T tw V'r.
TTar psieiil twi ou tr os it t.r" ttpf r
ty puiic t- j ft i -ii- g-tvf-n t.-p (I CtWf 111 U4
w r..l. h:-!s; .3 .1 -3 l- ; -pr-t
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if J .i.i nk trfia-
E . ? - i itnl'.r 1hMk.
JK".;'"-'' ..1 l'olliril
j " . J " 'if rsaai
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1892, newspaper, October 20, 1892; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775211/m1/4/: accessed August 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.