The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 5, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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to Tate Dot-tor
Tons sdvice comes
frcn a r-r."i.-::i ho kad
sufTc-re-i a-l the miseries
women caa snfier frora
disease and had been
J rrftcUv and penna-
uc-ntly ured by the use
' i of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
' Tbis reat tnectcine
' v for woriea establishes
J 1 regularity dries weak-
- "J emiir :r;.:ns htiils in-
flarcnistion and ulcera-
tion s-is'l cures femaie
P.e:-d Mr3. Ketnoson's
- letter r-rd if you tre
sick follow her id vice.
Athig5 it lie 1een;te a time sine
I wrote rem. v5 Mrs. f'rtd KtrmvWKi of
Cambria. Hi'.lsiaie Co-. Mich.. Box 57.
fctill toot nunc is rdewinjraoor house
ted I 'think Jt lay laty to let vim know
t.iat I am still er.ji'yins . h'.&i-.h.
thanks to Ton end your 'Favorite Pre-
acripUoa.' 'Wbm I think bow I was fire
vrari b? and tbn tr how I am now I
ur Otxi ble Ur. Pierce's works and
mar he lire long to Jirlt poor tufftriafr
womrn. I have never had any return oi
rny weakness and am well and hearty.
Can do all my ovn work without any
pain. Yott saved me from the crave when
all others failed. I ad vb suffering women
iBronKlv. to uke Dr .-Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription as I know it will cure ia all
case if indeed there is a cure."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are
an excellent laxative suited to the
rise of delicate women.
At Okmulgee the third Monday
in April and the Becond Monday in
An order was also issued fixing
the boundaries of the seven com-
missioner's districta in the West-
ern district. The places of hold-
ing court will be aa folio we:
District No. 1 at Wagoner.
. District No. 2 at Muskogee with
sittings at Webbers Falls on the
third Monday and Tuesday of each
District No. 3 at Checotah.
District No. 4 at Eufaula.
District No. 5 at Sapulpa with
sittings at Briston.the second Men-
day in each month and holding
three days and at Tulsa the third
Monday sitting three days.
District No. 6 at Okmulgee sit-
ting at Wetumka the third Monday
in each month for three days and
the remainder of the wees at YY e-
alaka. District No. 7 at Wewoka and
at Holdenville the fourth Monday
in each month holding three days.
Ex-Chief Samuel II. Mayes
of Pryor Creek is one of the
most ardent advocates of ratification.
R. R. Time Table
S&int Louis apd
Train VI Passenger 11:35 am
Trln m. Meteor 1:15 am
Traiii Ml Local 6:00 am
Train 408 Piusenper 8:18 p m
Train 410 World Fair Special.... 12:57 a m
Train M Local 7:20 a m
ItM'.'-jr AVJsouri Kansas ar
Train J. Passenger 4:39 a m
Train 5 riyer i0:U7 an
Train 3. Paienger :lpn
Train tl Local 1:00 a
Train 5 Passenger 1:08 an
Train 8. Flyer :10p in
Train 4 Passenger H: m
Train to. Local 11:59 no
Dick Duck a recognized lead-
er of the fullbloods at Catoosa
is out in a declaration in 'favor
TERMS OF COURT
In the Western District Announced
by Judge Raymond.
The following order setting the
terms of court in the western dis-
trict has ben made by Judge Ray-
mond. It is ordered by the court that
the regular terms of the United
States court in the Western dis-
trict of Indian Territory shall be
At Muskogee beginning the first
Monday in September 1902.
At Eufaula beginning the first
Monday in October 1902.
At Sapulpa beginning the third
Monday in October 1902.
At Wetumka beginning the first
Monday in November 1902.
At Wagoner beginning the sec
ond Monday in November 1902.
At Okmulgee beginning the sec
ond Monday in December 1902.
It is further ordered by the court
that from and after the first day of
January 1903 regular terms of
court shall be held beginning as
At Muskogee the second Mon
day in January and the first Mon
day in October.
- At Wewoka the first Monday in
"February and the fourth Monday
At Sapulpa the third Monday
in Februaiy and the first Monday
At Wagoner the eecond Monday
in March and the second Monday
At Eufaula the first Monday in
' : r'A end the fourlh Monday ia
It Needs a Tonic.
There are times when your liver
needs a tonic. Don't give purgatives
that gripe and weaken. DeWitt's
Little Early Risers expel alt poison
from the system and act as tonic to
the liver. W. Scott 31 Highland
ave. Milton Pa. says: "I have car-
ried DeWitt's Little Early Risers
with me for several years and would
not be without them." Small and
easy to take. Purely vegetable. They
never gripe or distress. A. W. Fore-
Death of C. A. Bantley.
Word has been received here of the
death of Charle9 August Bantley a
Dromicent resident of Lebanon Mo.
The decedent married Miss Alice Gray
Rogers a niece of Mrs. Blytbe and
Mrs. Josie Hall of this city. Several
children were born to them who are
claimants to Cherokee citizenship.
Mr. Bantley leaves a large estate.
Farming In Colorado Utah and New
The farmer who contemplates
changing his location should look
well into the subject of Irrigation. Be-
fore making a trip of investigation
there Is no better way to secure ad-
vance Information than by writing to
those most interested In the settle
ment of unoccupied lands. Several
publication giving valuable Informa-
tion in regard to the agricultural
horticultural and live stock interests
In this great western section have
Leea prepared by the Denver & Rio
Grande and the Rio Grande Western
which should be in the bands of ail
win desire to become acauainted with
the merits of the various localities.
Write S. K. Hooper G. P. & T. A.
Denver Colo. tf
embroidery lace white
goods table linen and
muslin underwear for
Wednesday only. Bad-gett-Sanders
The jury commission consisting of
W. R. Badgett Sam McSpadden of
Chelsea and J. A. Gideon of Blue-
iacket met today to select petit and
grand jurors for the next term of
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brands of Cigars in the w
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Geo-v-$ m mm
rb - m mm
One Band from T10R0D0RA ' Cigars or Tivo Bands from
I "GU BAN0LA" "CREM0 GEO.W.CnlLDS or JAUndUN okluAnL ugars
are of same value as one lag Trom oiak. nu.i. uuui..
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SPEAR HEAD. oTANUAtiU NAVY . or u. i. iuujuu. j
Senator Gideon Morgan is
one of the prominent workers
Horses Suffer From Their Teeth.
Have your old family horse's teeth
looked after by Dr. Morgan. They
can't talk and tell you their suffering.
Remember that he will be at Couch
& Raines stable until Thursday
Purchasers can be found ftfr a few
desirable residence lots at reasonable
prices not high prices. Enquire at
For the festive fly Ed Lee has the
new process iron screen the kind
Heaven Help L's
In our troubles but use Hunt's cure
for itch tetter ring-worm itching
piles and eczema. Guaranteed w
Just Look At Her.
Whence came that sprightly step
faultless skin rich rwy complexion
smiling. face. She iooks good feels
good. Here's btr secret. Sa uses
Dr. King's 'ew Life Pills. Result-
all organs active digestion eood no
headache no chance for "blues."
Try them yourself. Only ZjZ at Peo-
ples an J A. W. Foreman's drug
In Race to Stay
Reports have teen circulated V the
effect that Ott Fmitti intended to
withdraw from the council ace in
Delaware district. Mr. Smith crn-
rhaticaliy denies lLec reports and
says he is in the race V lit ci?L.
The botne of Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
WiN-.jn hss been irladdc-nel by the ad-ve-t
or a bat.y girl which came yes-
Milk crocks ac 1 3" at I'.dhTi tide's.
Iflrit Pnblished AuguH 5. 13f-2.)
In the United States Court for the Northern
PUtrict of the Indian Territory aitting
Lettie Collier PlaictliT.
vi. No. ISM.
Sam M. Collier Uefendast.
Tbe'defendanl Sam 11. Collier. U warned
to appear within thirty days and aoswer the
complaint of the plaintiff. Lettie Collier.
CIIAS. A. DAVIDSON. Clerk.
By T. A. Cbandier IK-puty.
Samuel F. Park att y. for plaintiff.
O. B. Denlsoa. att'y. for non-resident de-.fendanU.
. . . Furniture repairing
.... and varnishing. Also . . . .
buggy tops and cush-
.... ions repaired and . . . .
covered. Second-hand . . . .
furniture always on . .
. hand. -
.... B. GRAF FUND Eli ....
Back of Hill builJing
To cause questioning
We want nuestions ak
ed aboat our crockery
and glassware. Not:
ing -svill suit us bettcr-
and nothing vill
you better than our a:
svrers. lhe prices vr:
suit so will the g.
If vou like to look at good crockery good j
ware come in and look'around. Tliat dosen't cost-
cent audit is. a . better show than you have often pa.;
for seeing. Don't bring your pocket book for fear yn
mi'dit be tempted to buy. Just come and look first. ..
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--it Co iic. nr Pinr 66. f'
LAHHAK GROCERY CG
"iucctssors to E. N. Ratcjiff flercantile Co.
UiDifa Real Esiaf? figD
r ; (p. R. Marrs &: Company.)
Town and (arm property sold on commission.!
your property with us; we place it before thousary
prospective purchasers every week free of charg
we have the only record ot the Cherokee tovt
sales. If you want to buy or sell call on us.
.of all kinds promptly and I
done at this office. Vrie-
consistent with material a1!
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