The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1891 Page: 3 of 4
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Vinita Ini. Teh. Ji'i.v 2 1S'.)1.
Local Railroad Time Tablet.
MlSSOUItl KANSAS ft TKXA.
I A HHI K 1 lOtl'All I'.
4 OSIl 111 1 4:llsa.lll.
6 Spill I II top. HI.
IAKIIIVK. I llKI'AIIT
K .''. 111. BUI
Id l.'i li. Ill I Hi:'.' inn
Ha. tut freight mil ai-eoin II I m I il l.1. pin
UIL'lS A SAN HIAM 1SCO ItAlt.WAY.
Kx. HI. I.. to Snpulp .
! II llMSIII.
Hi.VIUlll. I S.l.'il-lll.
TlirniiKli coaches from Nt. l.ouli to Saula.
VISIT t'HTIttlt DlltKCTOHT.
l K I'hnrnh Smith I. W Rivers iinWir;
Sabhath school l 111 i a. in. i ireaelilnir nl II
a. ni. ml 7 p. ill. i prayer meellnit every Wed-
nesday evening. Coiniiiiiiiloii sendee every
Hrst Mil ml sr.
Presbyterian thuroh 1 N Allen pas-
tors preaching Suiulsvt t H m snd ' I'-
ni.! Sunday sulinol at In a. m. i prayer meet-
ing Tlitiraday nlKlita.
. J i x . . ..
Vinita. . - Ind. Ter.
Kooms n ortbeast corner opera house
OKI'S Ell & Hlls'li?
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
VINITA C. N.
Ollice in new Patton building ni
R. A. M. CLIN KSO ALES
PHYSICIAN and SUItlilCON
VINITA I. T.
OMee tip stairs III Kaymnii'l IniililliiK. liosl-
denee Just south ol tlio. r'rioi'o Hotel.
Piles ami oilier Rectal tru iili l" spurliilty-11-11
A II C0L1.1XS Jl.
I'JIYSICIAN ! SURGEON
U. S. ExAMISISti initio' KON
mn-cau of iuiibioi.
Prairie City : : Ind. Tor.
jl'. H VYJiKS" S27
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vl.MTA - I. T.
Calls promptly attended to night
1E0. LEIHOIM) M. 1). 10 H
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
A ETON 1. T.
Culls attended to at all hours.
"jjSI i'Eil STATES COMMISSI OS Kit
FiKtiT Division Ind. Tkh.
Vinita Ind. Ter.
Said Coiiiulisslniier's jurisdiction extends
ovr the cuuutrv uci:iiicl by llm In. linn tribes
ill the (juapaw Indian agency ami all thai
ipart of lh Cherokee eon u try east or tin1 nine-
iv sixth meriiliaii. ami all the Creek country.
it ex -ollkio notary publii'i taken depositions
sicenou ledirnicnl of dee.U. lliortiraKcs. dir.
Solemnizes marriuKesi bail all Hie powers of
commissioners ol circuit court In criminal cas-
eat jurisdiction to Hie amount ol iMoo in civil
rim Court held at Vinita In. I. Ter. ami
open daily except Sundays- Alao an deputy
clerk Issues marriage licenses
( IIAm.K- II . Ma-os
United Stales I onutiisiooiier
s.-Xtltf V irst lljvion Ind. Ter.
ATTOUN E Y-AT-LA W
VINITA I. T.
Will praiiiir In all the I' S. court lor the
I ml i ii ii territory t ollrrlioiin looked aHer
and all business promptly attended lo u-.T.i
J 01IX M. TA YL0K J II.
U. S. comniiKsioner for I be Wi'f'.rin
District of Arkansas. Will prHitite
bflore tlie I'. S. coniTs Ht M ni-kofi
f t. Fniith hiiiI Vinita. Alo autlior-izi-il
to take bonds and ilicat ion for
marriape Iicpiimp. tlliice tirar Sanders
liolel Clnremoie I. T
JOMISTOX Ac S0IHV00I)
;M. M. Kdmikton Mnt-kf ('im- I. T.
- A. H. Norwooii (ibidsca I
1 A )( " A L NOTMS.
Now buy is solliiiif ut ul nit i(i l.Dil it
liuilnp for tly in tH s I-.! cts
l'Ui vi'liju-a I'linUid i:.'.")ll per thou-
sand at I bi.t ollii u.
I'ulitii'g and tlio weal lioi' am ulioiit
tlio Sitniu li nijii'ratuif.
Host castor machine oil t-ts.
por gallon at Swain's.
Saturday it the Jth of July. I in
I'Htiiolir liul keep sobrr.
-Tlio cuhdirak'd .Mi'livitt (Shiuyii)
(lour at Wright's nu storo.
A case of 2O.0C0 envelopes was n-
cuivod by this ollieo Tuosday.
The (Jobb botnl got in noiiid hand-
some new furniture Monday.
JU.dOa thousand fur envelopes ilh
your biisiiiesa card printed upon then
C niirn.tiN Ullioo.
A ttroat deal of 'wheat is licin
tliieshed around Ohelsoit and tlie
yield was never better.
Mr. ltealty has leceiilly put an Im-
proved ice client into his market and
othei n i.iu li.ved it up.
Hi II Allen and w ile were called upon
last week to part with their baby and
It was buriud Saturday.
Services at I'resby leriau church on
Sunday at H:(X) and 11:00 a. in. and S:;!0
p. in. Subject at 11:00 p. in . "Liberty."
--J. M. Smith Tuhlcipinh sells the
famous Kstey and C'ro vn oinus and
all leadinu pianos. Prices lower than
When you want anything in the
jewelry line cull on 1-rank Cumin 's
jewelry establihbnieut nt the Alliance
The ciibo of 1' Shanahaii uainsl
tlie I'liseo railway lor ilamaues to IiIm
farm is up tor trial at .Munkiiee Ibis
The M. lv. i T. is no lotiv?or in (he
hands of the receivers though Col.
Cross one of them has been elected
The let lers of acceptance are tftill
coming in though iiuthiiij; has been
beard of those of Capt. Jackson nor
of Webb Vaiin's
Win n you want anything in the
jewelry line call on 1'iauk t'ountr's
jewelry esliiblisbineiit at tlio Alliance
There v. ill be a barbecue and basket J
dinner at Pheasant Hill on Sunday
July Tub under the au-piees of the
Why buy on credit and pay
50 per cent . prolii when you can
get goods at") per c. 'tit. at Swain's?
The Vinilii Nuiseiv
and cherry tiees also ui.'pe vines and
small fruits sin ublieiy etc. at rites
to suit 1 he times
Mi Miim.s tireioiway In visiting In tlx
city mi I from hero will go out to Alliiwu.
i.Ua Sit-hoU was nt CheUeo. Monday but
lei I lieloie I liiu'ou vent loii ifot down tu bust ansa.
.less lrew will coiiipleia Jila couiaf In
telrriiphy nod ridtirn froiti St bonis about
Mix. A II. Shclton Is up from Ilia Asylum
on a visa uilh leT diuuhtsr Mra lr.
Hub l.ioeluy mis In I'rQiu ICe h o Monthly Mud
Hti 1 Ids m'Uhboru are 'Kivlng mora attuntliiii
lo OirmiuK thiol polillrs.
Mr . U. It. M.'dlnssou's father and mothar
milled Iroiii I'exns I uosdtiy lor visit autt
will remain a ni'intli or ao.
.lohu sirntliers a proinlntiiit cltltiin of
Soiitlnvent Cily was lu town few days axn
on builneiis In t'oiumlHsloner Mason's court.
W . T. Melton is la Vinita this week on a
round np for llense and claims that lie will
carry I leliovaro district by an overwhelming
lliil Tlioa .1. Allen the iranlal agent of
llm K:iiia city slock yards was Interviewing
our cattlemen 'l ui'sdnv in thu interest of Ilia
K:iui.as City niurkel.
Mrs. I.Ida siioptaiiKh and her little daugh-
ter of .'oiiVy vllle Kan. cainu down last Sun-
day and will f.pcii.1 the Huiiinmr w ith her Mister
Mm. W . II TlldjilB lr.
lohn V . Miller relumed to Klliorads
Springs hit Saturday taking Ms grandson
Ilnny lln-liy with luiii and they expoct to
keep Mrs. .Miller there two inoiitha.
li. t'. stretch who tins cbarga of Mr.
(ireen'a haying operatlona at Kelso want
buck to Hiuuton Kim. a few ilayhago In ro-
spone to liiforniatloii that Ills rnlller win very
J . M . Smith of Talileiunh the organ man
calle ilsst I hursday on his way In from the
atrip win ie hj is opening an Improvement
lie is hanuutiie ihut l lierokee rights to that
eoulitt y Mill i he ncknowledKed and ra-
I.Oiian I 'nion.in Delaware district
is at raiiin for a jiraud barbecue on
the loth of July at tlio t .'arti.low ny
Springs under the auspiees of the
alliance nt Delaware and (Jonweeseoo.
wee districts. .1. I!. Mayes 1). W.
Pu-dij Ilea I and (i. V. liuntrii are o-
peeially invite. I as well as ail otliem
who may wish hi t peak on the occasion.
Th e 1 1 hi i iel. con vent ion of the Liber-
al pmly el. Coon eoseoowou district
was held at t.'helsea Mond iy-tlio 2Stli
Uit. Ample preparations 1 1 -i . t been
made for t be eutert lininen t of the peo-
ple socially as well us politically. An
abundance of bai heeued beet toget her
with the well tilled baskets of tlm cit-
izens of t he eoiniuiinit y (.bowed a dis-
posinon to eaie. for the inner mail as
well as t he pulit ieal.
The crowds were entertained by
Sjo erlie fiom W. f Trotl Huijli Jl
lleiirv poel Pati'-h. Jude Clurk.
I'. W. Vann Iiido(i Keys and W. K.
llalsell. In the afternoon the follow-
in; tieket was put in nomitiat ion:
Senate -W. 1.. Trot I J no. A. l-'ore-
i man lend orsed ) ( !utineil ( iru.ii vi I In
can Mipp.y i . ... . . . . . . ...
town apple peaeh j.e.ir .:ion :."' . ' .'' . '.
' -" " ' . i..niiiiii
I II- Melton (col ) Judtie Jolin
Drake. Clei !c -II. JI. Trot t. Sherilf-
I. M. Ci ut. hiii ld. Solieiior to be stip-
plied. The even t ; ve committee consists of
t Jim. Sciimsher l.uwi" Pnbles Jno.
l i :
M. W . Couch and Joe MeSpallen
of Chelsea have been maiketinj their
wheat at Seueea. Mr. .McSja I leu
trteuly two bushels per acie oil
ris C. V. I;
I 11. ItKI.I.
Vl.MTA I. T.
Practice in c i r mil aii'l dist rid com Is
of Delaware and Cooweescoowee ami
rupreme eoiii t of Cherokee nation.
OXAT1IAX l.OKE and 1". M. SMI TH
Attorneys-At-l.iiH Ut nil Collection
ami Loan A Ki n is.
Will I'ructice in the U. S. Court.
Visita - - 1". Ti:tt.
Jonathan tiore is also I' s t t.iMlnssloner and
4 olHlilis-ioner ol lleeds for tlie htates el Kiol-
aaa Miasonri Arkarsas and 'le.us ll-lt
PltYOIt CliFKK. I. T.
NOTARY I'LlilJC 1st JI DI-
All 1 .-". Jtlorttciipfs Atli'lnviu li-i'"st-tinit.
Btiri-tin to Itoii.lit. !( all lrpl innim
ntfiiU krknnw lc.lk'(Ml Anili'trifi it Luke ap-
f.liBtiiH( tor nmrrmj;' !. ih ahI rit.
"Kix k nintiLs
Vl.MTA I. T.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL-
ORS AT LAW.
Collections and general litiga-
tion . l ;"
g T. IILRMAX ( hetopa Kan.
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
Th liuft stock in fcoathrru K.ni.
AVOOD .t METAI.1C COFFINS.
I'ractiral Ktiibalmer. Telejrraidi orders at-
tended promptly .
rAlltl.ANI I T.
STEPHEN T.RIGGS Manacek.
Tshta lai aniM'Uisi with test the market
adorls. l.ood I.eJs. terms reasonahl
Hoard by dav or wek. Tout rnM. is ao-
seventv-live lures. j A. II
liiamt pteparntions have been!
made by J. II. Hurtles for the ohsvrv- j '
mice (d the 4l h at llartleswlle and it j
will probably he the principal eclchru- j
lion oi t bo territory.
- -The bank matter is taking shape
(and (.'oial shape to) as it is a pm-
poFed to uianizu wholly vtith leoue
capital and permit no stock holder to
take more than f."i(M).
Jud'e Uore is am niu the ti st men
in the count ry to exhibit ripe ap;i!es.
Ile h it a vei v line sample ol e.t; ly b tr-
vests at Ibis ollice last Sal ur - lay hi eh
wele perfect ly ri pe a. id well :n.i t ttr-d
Ur. A. J. l.aue
Xor ood acted as chairman of
invention and Robert Hill secre-
I he 1 1 : 1 1 id eoiiveution ol the .Vil-
li oi. il paily of (!oii.eese.'i.iet itistriet
was lu ld i K.ildnt Springs n tho
'I 'll. ult. Nelson Foreman was elected
cban i.i.in of llm convention arnt
J. I'. C.unpbell -eeietary
f;.-i a i m l deal of wrinjliiitf tlio
b I ' ' j - i ; i ;X ticket was placed in nomiua-
We have had calls for a e!.e;:p eti -Velope
and have ptiiehased a larue
ijuantity a' a cniiipur.itivcly low ptiee.
They are very lair (jiods and o can
print ami furnish at i'l s) a thousand.
Send for sample.
The let ters of acceptance of J dm
Foreman as senator John P. Dr. ike as
jtidj.-e II. II. Troll as cleik. mi l I.
Craig as couneiloi all on the AHi.Mieo
ticket lutvi' been received but iihih:
to the demands made on our columns
tliey are nmi t led.
l .X-ehief ( hits I holiipson i I ich.i
I. ila died at his lemie in the e.i:.t:i
rat I ol li l.iw.tied.sirict on t li
July. I u bis -i.ei.lib o lioo I a m oi : t o-fiill-liloods.
he was lot yens the ! ei.i
tor and they voted as he .hie. ! 1
w it bout ijuesl ion .
Cattle -ire re;. oiled to he sick i m I
lyiliif iti some instances) in vaio.u.s
localities. If n. Te.vsns kill i.e
natives this year I hey ale not s ite
animals to bring into this contiliy in
April lor the pii sent has been an ex-
ceptionally favof able spi iuu lor punl
inii tlie rani;e.
Rai ga ins . hi
The Horse Shoo Store
Senate-D. W. hipc James M. Keys.
c:l ileo Maves Alex McHun-
iel Joe Viiii h. Pick Duck Tom White
John Willi (leo. Albert)' (colored.)
.In L'e - lohu P. Ih.ikc (endorsed from
Aliiance ticket )
('! is- - II II. Troll.
she. ill - li I anders.
o;e 1 1 . r 1.. u. Al icrlv.
Exourulon Train to Toronto.
An excursion train carrying- throtigt)
chair cars to Toronto will bu run
over tlio Missouri Kansas A Texas
It'y on July Htli. leaving at H:55 a in.
lor tbo accouiulodation of persons do
siring lo attend the meeting of th
National Felucational Asaoeialion at
Toronto. This train will connect at
i'liuey wltli train from Kansas City
conveying Prof. Itnchanmi and party
For rales (dr. apply to local ticket
iigstit or (iaston Moslier O. P. A T. A
Low Rates via the M. K. & T. Ry
On account of the meeting of the
.National Fducationnl Association at
Toronto July 11th to 17llt 1S0I tlie
Missouri Kansas A Texas K'y will sell
round trip tickets at $2 00 higher Iban
the ono way rates. Tickets will be on
Bale from Jul v 7th to 12th inclusive
and will be good for return to Septem-
ber 30th 1801.
On account of Tenth Annual conven-
tion of tbo Y. P. S. O. 1'. held at Min-
neapolis Minn. July iUh to l.'th 1H1I1
the Missouri Kansas A Texas K'y will
sell round trip tickets at tbo regular
ono way rate. Tickets will be on sale
July Otb and 7th ami will be good for
return on July 12th. By depositing
this ticket 'with joiot ticket agent at
Minneapolis passengers may haveliine
extended until August 2th 1H01.
CHII.IIIH.VS Dal KX HKC1SKS.
(in Sunday laat th' .'Stli the Ward's tirova
Presbyterian Sabbath School held their Child-
ren's Pay exarclans which had bean posiponett
from the prevloua Sabbath on account of tba
bad waathrr The friends bad erected an
arbor In a jiteassnt sltuallon In which th
servlcea wera held. A large crowd waa on th
grounds all day. In tha morning tlie children
and oldar scholars want through Ihs arranged
program In a manner which reflected graal
credit both on themselves and their Instructor
Mias Betty Smith and went to prove that the
name bestowed upon thta section by certain
persons waa nothing bill a base slander
"Ignorsnl Uldgu" and that those persons
themselves are the Ignorant onea. Afterwards
all sat down to a basket dinner or which we
enn only say both In quantity and quality It
was splendid and we aainpled bothi then
altera plea.-ant aoclal season followed by I
song service by the children the Iter. K J.
Tamo preached to a large and attentive eon-
gregatlon from .Matt. I 2t after which we Sep.
arated feeling that we had apent one of the
best days In the history of our neighborhood
The school Is a prosperous one Mr. John
Foreman being tlie superintendent ami It Is
tu contemplation to build a church boaae In
ttie near future.
A lllg CeletiralloN In the West era Tart ef tea
Hind iockk I. T. June l.v Isul.
Kuitoii l iiiKKTAis : We wlah to notlly the
genvial public through the roliimiia of your
tnliiAhle. paper that the cltlxeua of Weaber
nelglihorliood will hold a three days' celebra-
tion on the .11 4th and 5Ui daya of Angust
tl la our Intention to leave nothing undone
tlittt will lend to make thecelchrallon pleasant
and profitable lo all. Ainusementa consist-
ing of music dLliciiig swings etc. will be
interspersed by speeches from prominent men
of the territory and other points. The grounds
will be five miles north of Tulsa and ten miles
west or Unloose on the south side of Klrd
Although conducted by colored people
everybody Is welcome and invited to come
and tliey can rest assured that they will be
royally entertained. Kverybody will be pro-
vided for. Come one come all.
lllg barbecue In connection with original
programme r'ult programme will lie pub-
lished later. Remember day and date.
Jack. Jai asos.
Jus. KoAl tl
lino WasT i
IIKMIV Ml A. . II kits' AM KIT! Ml!.
nia akm i. si siur M now. t nm.Ni 101.
The Hlli annual convention ef the Interna
HoubI Nuiiday School association of the Indian
Territory will beheld at Muskogee I. T. July
Htli and Dili. It la earnestly desired that every
denomination anil every Kabbatli School be
reprusented. Ksrli school is entitled lo two
delegatea. The meeting will be of Interest to
all Sabbath School workers.
II N. Allks I'rus.
J. McC I.Kll'kU Hen.
A t on i.xrio.
or the Liberal arty to select candidates for
the ensuing election In Cnoweescoowee district
will be held June mi Isul at Chelsea I. T
K.veryone desiring a reformation In the 11 nance
and general management of the government
of the Cherokee nation without regard to
race creed color or previous pultllcal afnlla
tlon ara Invited to join us In one united effort
to relieve the nation from Ita present burden
of Ineffectual administration bankruptcy and
wholesale corruption now being practiced
Let the electora of evsry precinct meet some
Uav prior to the above and select delegatea.
( lilrinsii Ki. Com.
SriMKK TUIP TO ( A MAI) A.
Why not go to Toronto this summer?
National Kducatlnnal Association holds Its
meeting there In July.
Mauta Pe Itoute otTers rate of one fare for
round trip plus tt.W ineinliurslilp fee.
Tickets on sale July Htli to 1.1th good until
Sept. seth retiirnlnff. Cheap aide trips can
be made to St. Lawrence resorts New England
ml Atlantic seaboards.
Stick a pin In here please : Unlng via Santa
Ke Itoute no transfer Is required In Chicago.
We occupy union depot with Chicago and
Grand Trunk and Wabash rallwaya "direct"
routes to Toronto. We are also thirty miles
the ahortest line between Kanaaa City and
Chicago. tCtegant vestibule trains and dining
ear service. Several largo parties now organ-
ising. For particulars address U. T. Nichol-
son U. 1' A f. A. Topeka Kansas W. J.
Jsioiey T. P. A. lavi Tnlon are. K. C. Mo
ruros in Kin to th k iuomt.
saiplett Arraigrnsats for a (Jraa4 Tine.
A Grand Picnic and liarbecue will be given
by the ciliaeas of l'ryor Creek on July II Istil
at the usual plonlo grounds In l'ryor Creek
bottom near Ur. Ilogau'a residence. cor-
dial Invitation Is extended to everybody to
join ua and help to make It one or the most
festive events of the season. A special Invita-
tion Is extended to all the candldatea for the
various offices of the Cherokee government
We extend a personal Invitation to tlie caudi
dales lor the executive office via: Hon. J It
Mayes and assistant Hon. I. W. Itiialiyhcad
and assistant and Hon. lieu llenge and assls
taut. There will beau abundance of well bar
becned beef and all the necessary auxillariea
In proportion to help make It one of tlie lead
ing barberuea of the season. There will be
conveyances provided to take all parties from
town to the ground. Uespectriilly
W. T. WlttTAtSH
J. C. llol.AN.
Skinner Ratcliff & Co.
Vinita Ind. Ter.
II II O li 0 II I) II 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 li o
New Dry Goods!
(EAST SIDK OF TRACK)
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Flour Feed& Provisions.
A SCROFULOUS BOY
Running Sore Co-erfl Ilia Ikxly anr
Head. 1 to lira AfTcsted. Cured
by Cutleura Itemed le.
Commiusjioucr Muson 8 Court
.M.niioe t.eiew dist iii lung religious
mas i : 1 :
I. rl .o- r.cni.
!. ! ; .' I. nilid
I I . I - d ! i - i. ;l f
I.I .11 del
l. e uni. I.
I. e .:
I . I
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j-el -leelit I
1 i r- ! ii i .i o. s .
i.ti..-; Wm. i;
l.l en l i l .il l nev
dist ill hill
issault and battery;
t and J..e
I! unci t
e i i i M it u e.. poos; i ccoo.
i vs. ( ico besi s replevin;
plaint if and lifieeu dol-
I and .Mary
balsams in l:;i-
.Dne-fourth mile east Frisco depot
Truit antf Ornamental Trees
tii ape Viae Small Frnit It.
hut baro.iin.-; it ill i i y you lo buy
there. Anybody will take i( r.l-
einn oat h thai tliey sell tlie 'oe-t
C'dlee in the town.
The ladies of the Methodist rtrson-
age society gave) a birthday party to
Mis. M. A. i latk on hist .Monday eve.
inite iiumber ol frieu Is gat hole 1 at
thedisliict pai somite and Mis. Cl ok
w as the lecipient of i goodly nuoil.er of
presents llefreshments were serve I
and I he occasion wm one eej.el tv
a I present.
('ail early ami xr t!:
barg-itns at the II irse S!i
The lillest hd of Frencli
ever idh-rcl in Vinil.i only D5 J .1
cts. "-r yar.l. I'.e-t feather tiekiu ;
It! 2 3 ('.-.lo r yd.' hi st l.l.J Me.ieh
sheetin;: ."') ( !s. p. r y l.
The Senior Pay ton co'ie-ly com-
pany are puting n the pr-.n( a k
al the opera houso in th s city a i I are
crowding a cool d'al of amo-i-mont
for our people into e; -h evening. Mr.
Pay loo is a very idetsing actor rpe(-
ially a lajde 1 by a'alne and ehara. t. r
to carry the part of the r'pr-s eota'ive-
southerner or westerner a r.de in
ahieh be is hat I to eveeil.
1 the hem lit of those parties who
have been s i i mills: i i.iiislv striving to
pot I'm: ('uiri'i.Aiv to sleep we will say
(h.it its job ollice t ii i u I'd on t. more work
in June than any m . nth in it.-existence
i: h t ao except ions. Its advertising
patronage ill he recognize I us very
goo 1 an. 1 its Mibsctiptioti hook prob-
ably ebon s in ire paid np names than
any paper in the territory. The people
"know a good thing when they h(1 it"
and are in t er Lack ward about reward
ing merit particularly in the
Willie Halsell Oolloffa.
tial! ay 'oeg(j is a thing of the
pi st a. id the handsome edtlice in this
c.ty ire.-tel tiy the. M. K. Cliurcli
so:it i. w ill beieafter be know it as lh
Hals.dl college. Mr. W. K.
Shoe Store f
Rsnsrsifini the fact that '-e but Crt-clss I . L '
stock wilt end a market oar aira l b-en to j i
r...lr the ht ire-s po-sille. ert--.a.!i ;) crjolii il"
.i.M ii to n and local. are ite Pe.t M- r"1""'"
M-erisI iodarements oflered troe e.oi.r ts ti... li-.-e '
reset larrelv K.-rerenc: W Holer j -
.a Co.. l-loeoaie rnl.lo.hina C "T any lliT ; tubaC. 4' I
4-. Marc'i f -r "e
r the next ') ilaya. Ih st
f I 4 per I t !.: 17
1 M:gar f -r ?'!.' ;
Rtinni heose In X onla
rriees fs applica!i
JV1AKRS A RAZEE - Viuiia.I. T.jl"'cper lb.
Ha s 1. from the tit st a liberal contrib-
utor lo the building lund b:4S recently
donated se.eial thousand dollars lor
coinpVling the building. This action
on lln part of our felloacitizen is alike
ere I tal. Ie to his head and heart. The
ho.it I of tttistees lo aliow their appre-
li.uiotiof this timely gift decided to
cbainre tlie name as above indicated in
memory or Mr. llalsell's deceased
Tho Knights and Ladies.
Th- (Ileitis of i he orler of the
Knights u 1 Li lies f Honor have
iioti:Ul Hie parties in Ibis town
"In w 1 1 e i iii p ii 1 upon by A . K. Stork
lb 1 s m in ill tie ...( to perfect the
iit.aicnli.i.i. The presumption is.
flolll !h ' '..l ie of I;.- coriesp m lence
that a Si. ok b is i.e. ii then orgmi.-r
t 'l" -si.r e 1 . . e!i -ih's do n.. jn.
ti n I any leu l- i'ii or lo-s 1 1 be sns-
ta i.e 1 by those -! stent into the or-
'r in g . i 1 f i-.i u. It t.(. n thnt
.- t i ' i" .i. ;.. i I. i I j -i -i lion i (..
voke 1 when be hete.
When six monlhs old the h ft hand of our littler
grnntli htM Iteirui to swell and hsd every eppcar-an.s-
of a lsr boll. We ....iltio-.l l hut all i. no
pur.i'. AIkiiiI five mouths after It became a
running aore. riooo other sores formed. Hellien
bitd two of tin-in on esth
hand and as his Mood lie
dime more and more Imtitirc
It took less time for tlicin lo
break out. A eore came on
the chili beneath the mill
Hp e-lilt-h was very ol?cnlv
Ills heml wue one solid scsh.
disi-hsrilng a great ileal. This
was his condition at twenty
two months old when 1 un-
dertook the care of him tils
mother having died when he
was a little more than a year
old. of eonsiiniiilion (ecrnfuln.
of course). He eonld walk a iitlle but could not
g. t lis if he fell down and could Dot move whi-n
in ImsI. having no use of his hands. I Itiimcdlalcly
commenced i(h the fcTlecitA Hkxkoiis using
nil freely due s.ire after another healed a bony
nialti'r forming in each one of these five deep oln-a
Jii.t liefore hi-allne w hich would Slislly grow lis.se
nd were taken out; then they would heal rapidly.
(ne of lln-se uuly tione fortuallons 1 ires-rid.
A her t.-ikiitti n doen and a half bottles he w as com
pletely cored ami Is now at (he age of six veers a
SI nine and health v child. Mrs. K. H. llKlliliS.
XlAV 0 Issi. 612 E. Clay PL liloonilngton III.
My cr.nidson rematus perfectly well. N'o siirnsef
sc-ohil i and no sores. Mas. K. H. I'KlliOS
Ke. T Iswj. Blouiuingtou 111.
T1m nvw ItkwiJ I'miiW-r iiiU-niislly (to -lfnnM
MinmI f nil impurtlit- and (niitxirnMisi rU-nirntt. nd
thux rffnuvn lint caiim-) and ( 'I'TU'i'HA t)u trrcnt
tSWin ( ii n and t'i'Tit nu Hoai. u cuiuinlut bkin
IltTiiittlitT .ttcrnally (Ut cvar lln kin ih1 tttHlp
uttil n-Mtom th''h.iir)ciirr rvrry Uimcii aiul htiiur
of ih kin anil IiIu.nI from juinpUn tu acrufula.
P-i'.l i viTj-whore. I'rirf rt Tirrn IW.; Pmr
2'-r.; IiLtrNT rrt-mn'i by th I'trTTEM
ltU U AMI ( ItBHK AL ritHtxltTllN Httaitofl.
Mi hi-iid fir " Huw to t'ure Hkxni Iim!w."
DIPY'C Hkln Mil Sralp purltlci and t-ramif..-d
DAD I 0 '')' tu i ua -"lAt. .VtxMiluU'ly pure
T j A D I KB I
mit-hnt nur unrine of 1891 (stock of 1
Dry uooiiH i now uuu uu. puu. i."
Tt w bo a trrealer piciifiure 10 i
VxAlrO Villi rail and examine them. '
J" - ---- . ... f..i
A Ereat (leal was earn last iuu i
ohnttt Wm. Mckinley ana nis iam-
.i i . One would nave bu n-
oH.ii that said hill was long
t . 1.. i:r of
enollgn 10 Blip till.' very iuu uus ...
Vo nenn e. esnecia IV me tnir-
. - Ill
i hasing consunier. II you will can 1
at our store we will endeavor mi
tliabu!c your mind on this tpues-
We can sell better values in ury '
floods this season for less money'
limn thev cost us last year. e 1
' . : . . e
arc not troinB into a larui or im.'
trade argument. 1 tie coons may
& - x - . .
have bt;en smticijled. li miy
were we don't know it; tuey came t
mis in the regular way.
We think wo have the tineM uis-
nlavofUrv Ciootl.s ever brotiglit!
'. i ;. t
to tins rxiuion ana wok an i-1
1 . r II - X-
sklNNKK IlATCI.lKK it Co.
II O II II II II II II II II II o II n o 11 O II II II
Makes a Ke( ialty of all kinds of
Ctiinilry I'miluec oT Every Description.
Have in e.l.tilloil a lino of (Vlaiswtxo. (Queens-
ware aiil llio-'lware. Particular ftUeiitluu
iven to ( iKsr and tobacco trade.
'J ii DlMibilit) Kill 1h I-mw
Kitltllcrit IUwhh-il 4111. e ihe tUr are Kiitlllrd.
I tt-riiit'iit h hlo Wb and atrtiitie ttow li'iitti'iit
m ii4iM-hiiim tlii-d I ixiti fllfcin o army trvii
h r i ii 1 uI f-d . K jtMi u itth your clttuii attefdi-
iy and hiict cft 1 (ti I v iriiM'ritrr
i k.tdres. JAMES TANNER
HahhiKtt)i D. C.
I. au (jinnmlb'iioin'r of icncion .
I'liitcd Male Iulitin TiTrltory t.
ili ffirn 4 (ni. II Maii I . s. Juirimii.biumr
id tlij l-irnt sjiuliciul liviAioii 1 nd i it ii 'lr-
rit"ry fl(r.aid .
l'tttrtck slianiiliii i i'ltilutifT
avitl 'Hlfjr'rry I'l fi'ii'lutit.
t In- d el-ni lun t lm id Mtict-licrrv i wnrnri
to at)'i'ur in Hurt court Witluti :i ilay Hint hii-
hhci tin.' i;4jjii lHmt ul tliti (tttiituifl i'Hirick
hiiuiiHliati. I n'. II. Mmon
I S l.oiDIllttotalDlier.
Jtihf !; l.'.d. -1-41
( V nriiiiiK
A KM Mi OKDMt.
I nilfd t;it4s Intliaii 1 crrHory wa.
lU'ry ( lift-.. H. Mhhoii 1" i nriuniMHioni-r
fr the I-Unt .'ll'llC'lltl ItlVlbiolJ o! the JlldlttU
I. M .l;trr. I'tmntiir
Win. I'.iH' kl.-il-. Hcwttr-I liUi klediro n-l Kl-
in cr riu' kl''l' tH Cii-t jtrtmTH doirttC
hu-infxi n W in. lilficklt lo A tiim lt-
I hu ttfh'hduMtf Witi Mli'kledifr Scwiinl
l!iiit kit'diri' mid l-.Iiiifr Illai kl.U" art wnnirtl
t fihtifiir in l tu- rutin w ithin tlnrtv dttvti and
niif mt tin; coinpfaint of th pUiniiir l. M.
I' . s ( oininissioiifr.
June 17 l-'.'l . 41-41
? Skinner Ratcliff & Co.
In nni minute thr Cutleura Antl-
In ritT ndirvca rhi-nniftttc -i.
ride hip kldnry rhi-at and miiacalar
jtiuoa aiid WLakaea4M'. 1'ncst tic
IJIOI TKH 1 . T.
To th rnlfrft of tli National I'nrty of tha
( hernkfe nation :
(iKNTLKjiitM : I tin dlro-trU by Hon. lleury
Clin ni tier . r. of (Joow (tcoowee dlttrirl.
I henikp itntion to tny to you through Iht
public pros of the country Ihut lie ttcrflpta tha
high Junior roiirtTred tipnn him hj the Satloiikl
party In ron i-nlion BMsemhtcd as their candi-
date for thr ullirp ol ahoiotant chief of the
Ja. M Kry-
( h 'in Convention .
rtuii.li. cut xms.
Mibh Dtdla llolt h&4 rt'tunit'd home
Siiiiiw ur tlie farmer art thrAhinf wheat.
I . W. t hatidUr 1ih a vtry aick child which
U hrintf Nttfndfd hy W . II. Ford. I . I.
Mra. J. It ltodK r vtnu haptiao) into the
Mt'lhodUl Church antith. lnt Mtmdny wirk.
Mr. Alonr-o CoitiitT hits return.1! home
rrom -Miiskoifi-w In n he Uhh been attending
MirsN .Ifituif Ifrt'fd'ov' and Klina .Vilaon r?-
tunifd Irom iniio Saturday iir tinipatdiMi by
MiH it nit Cas ol t ml iluiv
A rcat li-lilnn ei-iirsin was planned and
rr.vii4-dui.it K.mt djiin nuo thr partit:ipaula
tifinc Mi Junnie Ciim Ktia Wilson an I Mr
Waik- r. We bchtM tliey caulit Hl'ien fltli
Miha Stella Purkpf yavy a party In roineiu-
braiiee of her birthday ami nntontf those
present uiay bf ineiiiioued Mr J II. Hni-tlntrA
Mr. .l-ilin KaKtine and Mr. JMiuea Walker and
.Mr-s Delia llolt l!oa and Mary Phelps and
the Mitses (jiboiiey. conr your correa-
poudent wait there.
(nS KKOH APAIIt.
Oat harvest hn comrnenci'd
MKi.'ie Ciitnmlng is quite aick.
Mrs. KiHtiback U on the aick hat.
Mr It. F. UmUay arrived on the '-l'lh alt
I). S. Cumming went lo Vinita on busineas
Mr. Hunebrake made a brief trip to Par-
Our church received a coat of paint laal
Jud:e Clark shipped four cara of cattle to
Si. Louis laftt week.
Dr. OoiT received the nad news or his
brother's death at Neoho recently.
Cattle have com in need ding with tha
fever; Mrs. Poplin lost her milch cow
Hev.K. M Clark writes he la diAffuxte.l
with New Mexico and expects to return to
A boy came near hehifc killed by trying to
jump on the pa-tamper train as it waa pulling
out of town. Let that be a warning.
The social event of the season occurred at
Mm. I. C. Skinner's laht week In the way of
an lot cream party; all seemed happy.
HMt 1IH IU NORTH.
Our readers who are desirous of finding pleas-
ant pUres to spend the summer shonld hear
In mini that the Chicago A Northwestern
railway furnishes every facility for a rapid
safe and comfortable journey from Chicago to
Waukesha Madison. Lake Geneva Neenah
Marinette St. Paul Minneapolis Dulntli
Ashland Lake M innrjonka Yellow Stone
National Park and the mountain retorts or
Colorado and the far weat. Fast vrsttbuled
trains equipped with reclining chair cara
parinrrars palare sleeping and dining cars
afr.tr I patrons oi the Northwestern evrry lux-
ury incident to travel by a Brt-class rail way . I
Excursion ttrkets at rehired rates and de-
scriptive pamphlets can he obtained npoq ap-
plication to anv tirkft nt. or by addressing !
W. A. 1 brail. General Passenger and Tteket j
Al nt CAN XV R v. Ghirag.. III.
I he .It in. in Pvpprpsia hrI install in-
A npve is tHmj mah' towar la hnprpM-. rpcoii.riH nil Kloc-
tiri ljiiniCtnoHlo.t.-li le.ir town n. I ' ;;' f'r iMpprpjia nn.l all .ii.
thegraveyauiou (lio eU nuv of the N)d nt .Vk- an-ULOO per bottle by W.
track It Deetla atttjution baUy. C Pat too A Co. druiit.
Vinita Ind. Ter.
Mr. Wulle writes from Wiscoimin
that he has been limine verr inlereal-
iii; iiiei'Iitiea. He expeuts soon to ut-
le'nl I lie Itilno con fereneo t Nii;ara
Al Inn -klti eoll'ee 2 ceiili nl the Al-
Kini Kl ealinj; lo lie hud: tliose O. K.
Take Ciilliim' aane cure for the liver.
It cures c'lillg.
You can save money hy bnyiii vour
ilrnos of V. !!. Mitclieil Mnr riii
Store Seneca .Mo. '.1-11 If.
Try iIhinc home made snirnr cnreil
li.tiim at tlie O. K. nun ket .
it-y- r--v "HI "ov a lliioov r Cuit llar-
40. JU nesn at K. 1. I'andiv'h C lier-
rvnle or Colley cille Kansos. .1
Mrs. Cans will oiler a line of millin.
ery foodrt next week slightly ilnnntpril
dnrins; the tire very elieap. At old
We are celling the best roil breaker
in tlie market for f.S..v0. Come in ami
ee them w hen in Colic vviile. K. l.
vt..).) will buy a "ice I'liaeton Body
Carl at K. D. Caudry'a Cof-fi-yville
Stop tlio-e i liill.s ! Colliim' at'im cure
will do it. .No cure no pay. e mean
it. V. C. I'ation A Co.
When in ( lietopa.KKtmiiM atop at the
n 1 1. ni al liolel A. .M.M'oile propne-
or if 3 mi w ant tirnt-clasa net oiiinioda-
Ioiih. Kitten Jl'.lkl per ilay.
ColliiiH' atiiie cure li hn cured Hioiih-
amlH and will euro you. It acta on the
liver and in positively the bent liver
medicine on the market. U . C. I'at-
ion A Co w holt-Hale amenta.
So Cure So I'ay.
Parties bar nt! homos w ith Fistula or
I'ole-evil can have them cured by ad-
dressing David Klltott 1'ivnr Creek
Ind. Ter. .Mar. timo.
Hur pnl chhIi riiinres are always
riflit. When ill Colley ville eall in anil
sex us. We are the largest exclusive
Implement ami Vehicle dealers in
Kansas. K. 1). Catidry I'lierryvslo
and ('olleyville Kaunas. 4 1
.Mrs. I. V. ('iiiiiniiiii;s has lo-r dress-
niiikiin; pallors mm located in the
Km mood home tip stairs and will
lake pleasure in meetiujj not only her
old customers but the ladies of Hie
coiiiiiiunil) in general. As heretol'oi e
cart-fn I attention will be given out-of-toit
11 orders .'17 1 f
It used to be a sad day in the life
of a child w ben it hail to take a dose of
castor oil. II need be so no longer
C lieatliam's Tasteless Castor Oil an-
swers every purpose and is exceedingly
sweet and palatable. Price onlv L'5
cents. Sold bv J. K. Pawson Alton
I ml. Ter.
A carpenter by the name of M. S.
Powers fell from the rool of a bouse in
Knst lies Moinrs Iowa sod sustained
a painful ami serious sprain of the
w list w hich he cured with one bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Halm. He says
it is worth $"1 a bottle. It cost him .'HI
cents. Kor sale by W. C. Patton A Co.
Take Collins' ague cure. It acts on
tho liver and cures your chills. No
cure no pay. W. C. Patton & Co.
4 Pronounced Hopeless Vet Saved.
From n letter wiiiten by Mrs. Ada K.
Ilurd ol tiroton S. IL wo itmle:
"Was tnken with a bad cold which
settled on my lung coiiirh set in snd
finally terminated in consiinipt imi.
Four doctors eave 111 up saying 1 could
live but a shnrt time. I nave inv-ell
up to my Savior determining if I could
not star with my friends on earth I
would meet my absent ones above. .My
husband wss advised to get I'r. King's
New Discovery for consumption
coughs ami colds. I-gave it a trial
took in all eight bottles; it bnsenred
me and thank tt.nl 1 am now a well
and hearty woman." Tiitil bottle free
at W. C." Patton Go's drug store
i-gnlar size .Vie and $1 00.
This is what you ought to bavo in
Lo t von miiit have it to fully enjoy
lite T bousiiiiils are searching for it
(l i ly and muni ninv because t hey find
it not. Thousands upon thousands
.f dollars are spent annually by our
people in the ho that they may at-
lani this limm. And yet it mav be
had by all. W e guarantee that F.Iec-
tne Hitters if used scrolling to direr
toms and the use persisted in will
bung toil (iood Digestion anil oust
Plain castor oil is probably the most
nauseous dose a mortal ever had to
take. Cheatham's Tasloless Castor
Oil is one of the most pleasant. It
is just the same as the plain oil in
eflect but oh my ! the dillerence in
the taste. Price 'J$ cents. Sold by K.
L. Uattli Chouteau.
ItiK klen's Arnica alis.
The best salve in the worM for (Tuts
Ittuises Sores 1' leers. Salt Kbentn
Fever sores Tetters Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin rCrup-
tions and positively cures Piles or nc
pay required. It is guaranteed to giv
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Wire 23 cents per box. or sale by W
C. Patton Co.
1 lund reds ofpeople have used II nut's
cure with the most happy results in
diseases of the skin such 'as Kcema
Tetter King worm etc It is guaran-
teed to cure and only .'id cents per box.
Sold by It. I.. Haugli Chouteau.
I liite.t Mutes Indian T.-l ritory ss.
fore ( luis. II. Iiimmi I . H. 1 oiiiiiti hh inner
i.r Hie 1 ir.it .J letirihl liiv ision ol the Indian
I i rrit'.rv--
. I.. 1 rott I'lalntitr.
Win ttlm kl"ilK. s..wiiril lilaektmlge ami ti
mer I'.lin-ki.-l-'.' ns ro-iartnerii. doing
lnejni- as lil. IllackledjO' "fc Sons Ue-t.'ii-lsi.ls
'I I.e ileieiidtllitw Will lllaekle.le Siewnril
Itllii-kle liro an.l Miner Itlsi-kleilee arewarne.l
to hi r 10 tin ei.nr; ivitliin thirty iliiis and
hiis i-r t iii- I'.'iiijiliiilit ol tlie .lninli!l. VV . I..
I rott (11 vh II . M liim
l". S. (.'oliilliibsioiier.
June IT I- '1 . 41-14
vim are in Chelsea
Call on us at tho Post Of-
lo.o and wo will convince
you that you can buy
Of us chomior than any place
We will Duplicate Vinita Prices.
4.1. e cm. Al)A!U & Si RAM if:.
M 1S. A I )A I I?
t i-.f;ii't i' Hi in lief
Cholera infantum has lost its tenors
since tbo introduction of Chamber-
lain's Colic Cholera ami Diarrhoea
Itemedy. When that remedy is used
soil t lie treat men t w 1 1 li eii'' li lotile is
followed a cure is certain. Mr. A. W.
Walter a prominent merchant at
Waltersburg III. says: "It cured 1 1
baby boy of cholera infantum alter
several other remedies had failed. 1 he
child wns so low that beseemed alino-t
beyond the aid of human hands or
reach of any medicine. L'"i and edeent
bottles lor sale by W. C Patton Co
.Mr. Yau Pelt K lilor of the Craig. M i . S
Meteor went to a drug stoic at 1 1 1 1 1 - - j
dale Iowa and asked the physician in '
attendance to give him a duse of some-
thing for cholera morbus and looseness
of the bowels Ile says: 'T felt
mili'li better the next morning that I '
concluded to call on tint physician and
get him to lix me up a supply of tli.
medicine. 1 was surprised when lie i
handed me a buttle of Chaniberl.ii n s
Colic Cholera ami Diarrhoea Keiuelv
lie said be preseiiheil it regnlailv in '
Ins practice ati.l found li the besi lie-!
could get or prepare. lean Icslily to .
us elticteiicv in tnv rase at all events
For sale by'W. C.T'altoti A Co.
WAITS roll tl.k. Ins I. S It 11 I II. MOI.KX.
I Kaidi notice or the c ha racier ii .iicate-l in ;
evcefding iihn w imo- will !. I i.-r-n .d i w
wt-eks under this lo ading lor kii-h km-.
I-of-T. Sru TKit 01; si4H.i.A black inic
four years nbl about iliteen hum! hii.h
hi ands. scar on Ifit Itirr a n k ! t . ":rt .-. .w.-
hind leg and belly V'ill piv liberal! I.t m-
formsUin leatling to recovery ( hav llrr.
nma ind. 1 er.
KOI'lt sri W llin;s with nu. lrr.it in each
ear aie giving a ureal deal nl trouble t.t a man
below town hwiht pb-a-e pay t.r Uns iit
tire and get I'srlirulars. t:; a
MRS. J. R. LANOLEY Prop.
FAIRI.ANL) - - I.V.). Tl-.K.
July -.'mi 1; 1110
1 . 1 lief 1 im li :i tel m .11 will in. snr-ir:-
I- Me- I1.-1 - t . .i 1 ; " -t 1 1 1 1 il-i
In. 1 i 1 r. w h" u'u:i 1 1 lit ."s .1 ti' even t ime
. .1 in t l.l'le. .1 line 1 I
NEW! NEAT! CLEAN!
j In new Pa 1 1 n P.rn k
Ladies' Ice Cream Parlor.
P11 i j tiling- Xetr Neat Fresh.
A i 1 : u 1 I . 1 1 1 1 -' v aii..iiileil e-t.ili-I.
i.t. -liiliil.i- fr l.i.li.-s ami
el. 1 ''ill I . Iii vi -j t .
Fittest ( .indies ( oiifcclions and I'niils'
: ;-'l -1 I r. ;. !e c! ..I til.' Week.
J. F. FLIPPIN
Willi fit MoDivitt. Seneca Mo.
Scncct Kodci' ' Roller Mills.
"A." 'Mo.lel." iiri'l "(Jilt K.le.-'
Fi.'tif. I'.uys n hent niiil fnrn. So-
li its !!;!. IV in Iii'limi Terrilnry.
S:i' i-l'.ii't inn e-iaratiti-Cil "iii(
SCHOOLS cf JLEIIRGT0HM0
BAPTIST FEMiLE CCLUGE: w A..'!:v.r
FEMALE SEifiiNiRr'-"' V-' ."
WLHTftCHTH MILITARY ACtOEMY
btsO F OS CA1ai.OI.U18.
A great many people have expressed
astonishment at the rapid manner in
which Cheatham's Taslelss Chill Touic
gained popularity. It is not remark-
able at all. We simply said it would
cure chills. It has always done so.
Try it. Price 50 and 7 cents. No cure
no pay. Sold bv J. K. Dawson Afton
There was a wondeiful amount ol
consumption in Texas last year. We
mean consumption of Cheatham's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. The consumers
waxed lat but didn't kick a single
time. It cured chills and fever in every
instsnre. Better consume some when
you have the chills. Price .V) and 75
rents per bottle and guatanteed. Sold
by V. C. Patton A Co.
Some druggists may fell yon that
inev imp inner nun renienies jnsl as
good as Cheatham's Tasteless Chill
Tonic; I bey have not. It is the best
made. Insist upon having it even
if the loMir itmeoist do.. 'I mL.
quite as much as In. would have di ne
had he sold you s..ine other prepara-
tion. Cure guaranteed. Sold by W.
U. Patton A Co.
Wil l. l'.Ktl Its
Wednesday Sept. 2
The elevation of ciltu atimial
standards the attainment .(' the
highest results anion;: sihools
(if the Southwest have waited
for Worcester Academy . I.it'n
future as in the i.ks( "a .
AT - IHi: IK ONI.
! lite Pitlpil ami the Stairc
llev. I . T. Mir. .nt p-tstr.r Ciiited
i r t hi. ti ( 'li'.r-' h I'.i i.i .Motiu 1 Kan.
s.f.-s: ' 1 f. el it 111 y d lty to till what
wonders I 'i . King's New 1'iseovery lias
bole ("I III e. My litn.-s ttelo bally
t -e.i '1. and my p.irtsl.i ini-rs tle.ii -'."l
; C'Olid live olilv a feW Weeks. I took
l!ve Ind tic- if Dr. King's New Diseev-
tv an 1 ittii soon I and well gsiuing Lti
j ! I'S. 1 II W 1" 'ii t .''
I Aiiii ii l.'.vi.. manager Love's Ftirnv
Is C i'il 111 .r.'. n. ur ns: "Alter
it t!ei ': -!i ti.al an I e 'itvuiei'ig -vi-lei
o1 1 am e. n'.i b nl I'r. King's Now
' 1 'i. . i ' t' r ( ell s'.iinpt !;i I .eat s 'em
a!i. and en n s when everythie; ('(
.tails. Tlie ."i-a't st k 11. lees-1 eau do
ip. v 10:1 t.y ! ;i ei m l ti lends is to nre
. linci t. tiy it." tree trial bottles at
V . C. Pa'ion A Co. drug store. Kegn-
la' si.'es Ve an 1 5 l.HL
i Spl ( IlltCU t ilsCs.
i S. II. Ce .! 1 I. New Ca-tle. Wis.
ti. ubled with lieiiraig'.a and rtieuina-
1 1 sin; h is st' .iiiaeli w as il.s .r lered. Ins
'. hier wasat'etted t.-i nil h'umuiii de-
j'.'e appet i te nil awa and he nsi
' 1 r 1 1 1 y red pee 1 in tie-h an I st rengt h.
I l.rif iioit.es ol l.iectric loiter? cure. I
1 1 i n.
I. Iwar I !iej lo r I I!arrtsbtirg 111.
t. a 1 a run 11 ; r. z s. n . nt bis ..g i.f eii;!i t
i-n' stan !:n. I'sed 1 1 tie hot I les ..f
' K'eettie I'i'-il-. .il l seven hues i
i l-'i. k'- I.'- A in . .1 .ll e. end loft leu ih
' -o .1 I ii- I wii'. .I..I111 Si.eaker Cat-
j a'Sri' a. I 1 It -I tile Ini i'i' l.-i'T s ires ua
. ie- ! -. t . ieos s-iid he was incura'.V.
1 1 Ine i. t ie i i. 1 I ' ie p. Tiers all i . i-e biis.
' Ptiikn nV l'i; S;l i.. cured bi-ilell-
I'e'v. -.III. W. C. I'ait. .11 .v C...
e-l . a-li
to 1 an 1 Ken
having f.it cai He. Iinfs sheep
km l ..( e ni. e a:i c t the bteh-
1 i'i 1. 1 - to i 1 11 im .r w nt 'n ir
11 A Co. Chetopa Kas
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1891, newspaper, July 2, 1891; Vinita, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775817/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.