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ei.CO PBU YEAR.
VINITA, I. T. XOV 10
Thnnlcfiplvlni: day will bo Thursday,
(ho 20th of XOVonllit'r.
K' n-TvU'iw at tlio MetlioJistuircli
Mrs. C (J. Ironside, who lins been
very nick for somo time, Is uow convn
lcicriit. Klituriiils mid niniiproui locals left
ul tblx wk to make room for our
The eloquent lLipllst dlvlno, Itov.
JoiiRthan T. Prlco, of Newton, Kim.,
jirfflilictl At the Metlioillst church last
MoHsrn John nnd lk'nry Chambers
returned from Talricqiiili Sunday
night and went west In tha train of 2;t5
lion. John (J. Turns, U. P. Agent Tor
tho Union Agency, ltadu n short stop
nt Vlnltn, Saturday Uit, on hU return
Mr. J. C. McSpaddcn was In town last
week, aud was onqulrlng'for cattle that
will do to feed, for which ho will pay n
liberal price. m
Married, In Vlnlta, Monday, Nov. 12,
WS3, by Hov.W. I Haworth, Mr. II. C.
Bhueti, of Texas, nnd Mlf0 Sarah Ami
1'rlce, of Tcnncufceo.
KHorts will be jnudu to have the
thrilling military allegory entitled
"The tpyof Atlanta," presented at Vl
nlta sometime during tho neascm.
Mesers. (loodykoontz aud llnlsell are
being allllcted with Job's comforters,
and urcollcrlng to sell out at tho usual
ruinous reductions twenty-five per
cent of the recognized value of their
Mr. K. I). Thorn, of the fire depart
inent, and Mr. Phillip Itelsenleiler, of
the post-olUco department, of St. Louis,
Mo., were pwcklng rccruntlon last week
Mr. FtovoHliiejncket has opened; a
stock cf groceries In tho rock building
ou wist side of M. K. & T. It. It. We
predict for our enterprising young
townsman a fair shsro of public pa
tronugo. Wo;luvitothu attention of our rcadors
to Uip nblo letter of Col. Wiu. A.
Phillips, on tho opinion of Judge .I.C.
Parke!, on the Habeas Corpus cose of
Frauk Morgan. It wan written as Btat
cd, at the request of tho senior editor
of HitiC'tiinrTAiK, nnd .is worry of its
Th party of Imrods who engaged
in a moonlight hunt last Saturday
.night uoro very unsuccessful. Only
one of them succeeded in bagging any
game, and that was of rather poor qual
ity, but (hero was but little of It.
John llullcttc, esq., of Clnrcmoro,
Vlurl: of CoowcacooA'ee district, in an
ticipation of early relief from olliciul
dutiurf by his stU'riMH ir, Arch McCoy,
Hunt north Monday lunt. Mr.'Ilullette
haii ntaloagool Oiltour, and is a most
allftH-abte otld Intelligent gentleman.
Saturday, the llth.inst., wni the
JOOtli anniversary of the birthday of
Martin I.uther, tho Great lufurmar.
Tho tw-t chosen by lluv. W". P. Ha
vorth.Katurday plgbt, in ro'iimumurn
(ton of the uveal, n.n the dictriuu of
.luntliWtloii by hntli." It a
tiuau-il In tin uxu.il I ?; niwl oiiglnul I
tjh- of tho Bpenk'-r, with frequent ief- j
uieuco lo tne rimrucicr oi luo Kt'ior
uiit n nd of-the times in which he lived.
John It. .Skinner and Mil- Skinner
have been in town for several days,
and will shortly proceed to ihe Otaju
HKO.icy, where they will maku their fu
ture homo, Mr. Skinner embarking In
the cattle business, under a lease from
the Oitagcs, with whom he Is quite u
favorite. Mr. nnd Mrs. 8., who is a
(aiiphter of Col. Gentry, of Sodalla, Mo,
wi'iba nn acquisition to any commun
ity amung whom they may cast their
Thus. Rogers, esq., of the Osngo Na
tion, was in Vlnlta lust Sunday, on ids
way (o Muskogoo. ThoOsago Council
U In session bnt will soon adjourn. It
Iiiih beou besieged by cow men lowing
for g'rasi. Several loascs wore made
and others refused. The leases will
covrbont 400,000 acres, and extend
over a period of five years, i'ho rnto
paid Is ubout 3 cents per acre, and the
itreus leased will bo enclosed by wiro
Thomas Walling, from near Tuscola,
Douglas county, 111., rccioved an acci
dental shot, Wednesday morning that
may prove fatal. Uo was traveling by f
wngon with three other persons from
Missouri on his return homo, and in ru
ing to leave their camp, while in tho
wagon hu took hold of tho gun by tlio
muzxlo to move it and in to doing it
went off, tho charge of bird shot strikc
ingliiiuou tho inside. of tho right arm,
below tho arm pit, Injuring tho ar'v
and lodging in tho back part of the
shoulder. Ho was brought a distance of
soyoIi miles nnd received troatment
from Dra. Bagby, Davis and Frazco.
Hugh Carroll was shot through tho
body and instantly killed about 3
o'clock on tho morning of the 13th
Instant in ono of tho club rooms of tho
town, rhero wero soveral persons in tho
room at the tlmo, somo of whom wero
indulging in cards nnd drink, when ex
cited words occured botwen W. T. Da
vis and Jamos IScngo, when a strugglo
look placo for tho pistol of tho town
Marshal, Mr. Fallln, in tho strugglo it
was discharged and Mr. Carroll killed.
RcportH differ ns to tho particulars of
tho ensn nnd n judicial investigation
nlono will show whether tho pistol was
fired through accident. All accounts
ngreo that Carroll had nodiniculty with
any ono and was seated at tho tlmo tho
.shot was Tired and so far was aibtlcss
unintentional. Tho persons mimed nru
all residents of tho place atid tho occur
rence Is much regreted.
Tho host socioty children can hnvo
is that of their parents. Yet there
will bo many a ono who reads this
who novor descends to a social
level with their children. There
nro many homos where kind con-
tlo words nro seldom heard except
when company comes. You are an
xious to provide money or educa
tion for your children, Give tho
companionship of a good example
It ia thogrcatost gift you can givo,
Atoka, Choctaw Nation, in Uie
plneo ittid tho first Tuesday in Nu
Veinber, 1881, tho time for holding
the next animal meeting of the
Grand Lodge A. F. nnd A. Masons
of tho Indian Territory.
Chief McCurtnin was nominated
nt a convention held nt Armstrong
Acndumy, Oct. 31t, for re-election
the first Wednesday in August,
1884. Truly the voters of the
Choctaw Nation will lmvo time
enough in which to make up their
minds !n that bolinlf boforo the
day of election rolls nrflund.
D. L. Denny has.bought of Win.
Yorker, of Texas, 350 licad of throe
nnd four year old teers,at Catoosa,
and will feud them for market. The
sum paid is reported at $31.50 per
The loveliest spot of tho Chero
kco Nation is the location of the
Cherokee Orphan Asylum. Forty
wiles north-west from TahloqUah,
Churokee Nation,' located imme
diately on the beautiful Grand
river. The river is clear and spark
ling, bordered with thickly wooded
banks, rising high and abruptly in
places above the stream; the hills
on the east and north aro covered
with trees. They art so beautiful
thoy oven attract tho observation of
the careless gazer. The scenery is
now bieaking forth in all her
splendor; it is suggebtive of tran
quility; for our uiaplo grove nnd
forest trees are still green. Climb
to the cruggy points of the moun
tains yon find tho trees arc low
and stunted in growth. Tcmpehts
of windB made them so, but down
yonder, whore Hows the stream
which makcth glad tho home of
the orphan, the ferns tlourish by
tho waters, all unshaken by the
wild winds of the frozen north. In
addition to this, a saline spring can
be seen gushing out of tho earth
one milo from tho Institution;
three quarters of a milo away a
beautiful lukc, picturesque. All
are perfect tn their kind, and give
to those (here, a sense of peace,
prosperity and homo beauty,
scarcely to be found elsewhere
Come, stranger, and visit tho Or
phan home and we will go with
you to tbo summit of tho hill,
where it approaches close to tho
edge of the precipitous side next
tho river, which descends to
tho river below 200 foot. You will
enjoy a visit to ' one of these high
points. Come poet, como prose
Writer, and you can feast upon tho
scenery, nud listen to rippling wa
ters below, and enjoy tho from
puroair. Tho sunshine nnd ripe
beauty of tho in.mlh tempt uj to
ask you to visit this Institution.
Lastly, the praiso of God can be
heat d in thejr Home. All nature
around the place says, "l'raice ye
the Lord, fruitful trees uiitl all ce
dars." This Institution is planted,,
nourished nnd protected by the
Lord's off n hand, and to Him let
all the glory bo ascribed. Conic
and hear tha little Cherokee or
phans sing "Oh, to bo Nothing."
The editorial of tho Ciiikitain a
few weeks since, oponcd up the
subject of internal improvement.
It is orio that should have been ag
itated long ago. Hut it is novcr too
lato to do good. All should ccr
lainly feci an interest in comfort
able school nnd court houses; whilo
direct highways should bo laid out
by National authority and protect
ed by law.
Uowskin prairie is settling up so
fast that in a few years there will
not bo an aero left out. In the
greed to save n few rails, somo of
our citizens have turned our
thoroughfares so that to make ono
milo you aro compelled to travel
ubout five miles around. I think
this is presuming too much on tho
timoaml good will of tho commun
ity, nnd is a great inconvenience to
tho public travel.
I do not know of any investment
that would pay a larger interest,
either public or privato, than to
build a substantial bridgo acrosB
Grand river, on tho main thoroug
faro leading cast and west. It
would mako wonderful improve
ment in the business of your young
city. It would open up tho great
wheat trado of Cowskin nnd Boat
ty's Prairie to say nothing of tho
corn, hogs nnd cattlo that would go
west instead of north to build up
towns in Missouri, There have
been eighty thousand bushels of
wheat threshed on this prairio
this season. Four steam threshers
wero employed to do tho work.
Thero has been ono thousand acres
of sod turned this year, that has
beon sowed in wheat or will bo this
fall. Take tho west half of Mc
Donald county, Mo., tho west half
of Denton county, Ark., and thoir
grain trado would entiroly center
at Vinita, if there were, direct high
ways and a bridgo across Grand
river, because it would bo nearer
and a great deal better than to any
point north on the railroad, Bo 1
say, whoop up the bridgo question
for I think it is ono of great impor
tance to the wholo country.
J Thef.li nk s and olh r t i'.
' wh have made "or c mte.i j liV
making leases of thoir lands ha
grazing purports to wiiltliy cor
porations in tho states should have
intelligence enough to know that
they tlicmsclvoR aro aiding in
bringing about a state of nflairs
that will necessitate legislation by
Congres whieh'wlll nol.bo favora
ble to the preservation of their
rights. Nothing more than n pre
text is wanted to bring about this
result, nnd if those leases nro up
provcd.lthc department of the
Interior, It will be furnished by the
herders, the horses, the intermina
ble inilos of wire fencing'and other
property)of citizens of the United
rMnlei that will beeoino fixtures in
tho Territory, without law, without
order nnd without organization.
If the voice of reason, of patriotism
and oven of self interest could be
heeded Jn tho base to giab the mess
of pottage tendered them for thoir
birfli right thoy would see that
this valuable trust could and should
be kept within their own hands
and under thoir immediate control.
If cattle and sheep and horses and
goats munt be introduced
into tho country to grazo on
our native grasses let it bo dono by
thoBcnmcnublo to our laws, under
well-matured restrictions aud reg
ulations devised and adopted by
our National Council.
A friend,,, writes us that the
Osages have finished gathering
their fall crops of corn, pumpkins,
beans, etc., and aro preparing to
meet tho winter. Thoir Supreme
Court, which is compuscd of Judg
es Higheart, Hogers and Two-giver,
has closed its session.
About 20 of thorn visited the Fair
at Scdalia and canio home highly
pleased with thoir trip nnd tho
treatment thoy received. The par
ty which went to tho Fair at Fort
Smith returned with n ditTorent
tale.They think there is n great
difference between the Missouri
Tribe nnd Arkansas Tribe and that
the latter aro in a fair way to return
to their blanket costume
The Agency is improving Ono
new store building50x52 has been
completed and another 21x70 will
be finished this month, besides
minor improvements. Tho Osago
Council is. in session and is bo
sieged by stockmen who want
grazing privilo,;es. The reported
lease to Messrs. Floror fc 1'olliek
of a largo strip of their laud is pro
ducing great nnxiety among
them as ll.ey are apprehensive that
in the end it will wrench the lauds
from them nnd load them to their
Xnobfio Valley Item.
Ilnin! ruin 1 1 rain! ! I
Mrs. It. M. Williams is visiting
in Kansas City this month gone
in search of health.
Uov. J. M. Wufon, of tho Mo
doc Camp, pronthos nt our school
hous-o every otbor bunday, at 11
o'clock. Mr. Watson is ono oi
tho4o good, quiet, peacoable Quak
ers. School progressing finely. 'Tis
small, but ono of tho most pleasant
tho Nation affords. Mrs. Hidgo
said to me the other day that it was
ono of tho best she had ever taught.
Nutting time has arrived. Plenty
of pecans, hickory nuts and wal
nuts all along tho Neosho.
C. P. Williams is fixing up a fine
placo down near the river. A fine
house is almost read)' to go up.
How much botlor it would bo for
tho country if all our young men
wore us industrious aud energetic
as Charley. Ho means business,
and will bo sure to prosper for
'Whero there's a will, thero's a
Uy the way, thero has been ro
ccntly erected a fine residence on
Mr. Scott Audrain's farm near
Prairio City. This and Other ap
pearances look rather suspicious.
Our mouth has already began to
water for 'a piece of cake. We may
be wiso in our own conceit, buj wo
think wo can guess who tho bird is
It's none other than Miss well,
we wont say who.
Uncle Diek is tho boss cattlo
man in this district, also the boss
farmer. Ho finished sowing 110
acres of wheat to-day. Ho is get
ting old. but still ho is "chuck''
full of that excellent trait you call
Roll of Honor oj the Cherokee Or.
Nettio Itogers, standing, 09;
Kllen Hogers, !); Serena Uarrolt,
OS; Suslo Butler, G8; Sarah Taylor,
91; Suo Thompson, 97; Ida Wor
rols, 90; Cynthia Parrott, 95; Mnrin
Lovo, 90; Nannio Itiloy, 91; Cyn
thia Itogers, 91.
Jnmcs Parks, standing, OS; Chuj.
Deorinwafor, 97; Wnh-u-killy Hi
der, 90; Austin Ilidur, 90; Win.
Itiloy. 90; Moso Parris, 90; Willio
Jennie Martin, standing, 90;
PnllioMiell, 91; 'Itobort Lincoln,
9.r; Km na Isrnol, 90; Charles Levi,
90; KViiti Smith, 07; Jen.iie Coats,
95; Mnry Duvull. 03; Dnniol Hog
shooter, 95; Lewis 100,95; John
Number of children in attend
.... ...... ..I, n. in-.
hl.H 1 I I) I V,
Trunks at lis'.
Over coats cheap at Li wis'.
Stovosat Hobt. Ironside's.
If 'ii want bargains call on
Cuss for clothing.
Buy A F. Kelley boots at Lowis.
('heap harness at Martin & Nieh
L'ass for groceries.
Take your hides, furs and game t
ltobl. Irousidg sells cheap gro
ceries. Beautiful black eitshmuro dress
goods ut LewW.
If you want bargains In dry
goods go to V. C. Patton it Co's.
Carpots to order nt Cobs'.
A few more coal Hesters for sale
ot,ltnymond it Co's.
GotoStvo Bluojnckot for now
groeorius at lowest prices.
Cass keeps dry goods.
Full line of dross good3nnd trim
mings nt. Lewis'.
If you want bargains in furniture
go to Herman V, Chctopn, Kansas.
Meal and lodging 25 cents each
at the Texas House.
Heating ftovos, all sizes nnd pric
es, Willinins and Lyon, Ohotopa.
Ca6S for quuonswnrc.
Martin & Nichols
Car load of Furniture now
stock at itaymond it Co's.
Go to Bob. IroitEillo for a good
heating or cook stove.
Diamond sewing mnehlncs nt
Always on hand nnd ready to
wait customers Bobt. Ironside.
T uey can fit any man or hoy at'
Lewis' with No. 1 clothing.
2,000 joints of Btove pipe at Itay
mond & Co's.
New groccris at rock building,
cast of M.K.&.T. lt.lt.
If you want rigood 6addlo cheap
call on Murtin t Nichols.
Buy a good coal heating stovo ut
A. C,ltaytnoiid & Co' J.
Fruit and vegetables always to be
had at ftobt. Ironside's.
Collars! collursl 1 collars! 1 1 at
Martin & Nichols'.
Best quality of tinware to be had
at A. C. Itaymond it Co'b.
Another car load of Peircu City
flour at Greens this week.
Couic to Vinita to buy your
goods and see Cass before you nmko
A splendid line of one and eight
day cluekb closing out at cost at
llaynioud it Co's,
Saddles, harness, bndloh,collars,
whips nnd spurs alMaitin iv. Nich
ols. Green keeps tho Kldridgc sewing
machine. They aro the best ma
chine mado without any exception.
Hardware, woodonwaro, queens
ware, glassware and m tinware i"
Go to Herman's for bargains in
tho furniture lino, Chotopa,
Bain wagons and all kind of
implements for sale by Williams
Lewis has tho agency for Clopp
& Bailey's laco remnants. Cheap
est lace on earth.
Stovo Bluejacket, can bo found
in the rock building, east side of
M. K. &T. It. It. with a now stock
If you want to keep warm get
ono of those 88.00 over coats at
Greens. They aro worth $15.00
on a cold day.
Hon. B. F. Adair is now wear
ing one of Lewis' boss suits. Frank
knows what's what.
Highest cash price paid for gamo,
hides and fus at Stevo Bluejacket,
at rock houso, east side of M.K.et T.
Largost stock of boots and shoes
ever Lroughtto tho Territory to se
lect from at W. C. Patton &. Cos.
Fencowiro is cheaper than over.
Now is the time to buy. Wo have
a largo quantity on hand and will
sell nt low prices. WillianiB it
Lyon, Chotopa, Kansas.
J. J. Hicks is again attending to
cash customers at Lewis', uuu is
pleased because ho is bundling tho
most completo stock over in the
houso. Give him a call.
During tho soiling season tho head
quarters of the MuJcogco Nursery
will bo at its sales and packing
grounds in Muscogao and not nt
See thosign"Choap cashstoro"
whero you will always find Bob
i Knight, who will soli you all kinds
of dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, la
dies audgentlemens underwear so
j low that it will astonish you.
I Cull and bo. convinced.
Early breakfast stoves with soap
stone tile lined oven doors, is the
boxt baker in the world. It is made
of tho best quality of iron; wo guar
antee overy stove. Sold by Wil
liams and Lyon, Chotopa.
Tho fall season of tho Muscogeo
Nursery Is now open, nnd wo nro
ready to fill all orders promptly
from tho beBt stock woovcr had.
Wo guarantee satisfaction, Como
or send in your orders early.
i.. i. ... n i-ii'r fur
II til UK,
W. W J A JIMS
LITTLE, JAfcVlS 6l CO.
ron the ptjuchase: azto sa3E or
o-t-Dcrxjiiij, noas tviaca. 33ix-
13 National Stock Yards, East St, Louis,
XAferjrol Aivin.Mi I.du Oii Ooiioignjmatvka.
New Drug' Store.
Drugs, Patent r.lcdtcinos, Notions, Statiooory, &c &c. Also
A full lino of Cigars, Tobaccos and Confotlonorios.
I'HKSOHII'TIONS CAUtWULLY COMPOUNDED DY Dr. DAG B Y
Headquarters of nil tho Doctors in Vinita at M. PUAZUK'S, Red
Front, ono door west of 'Frisco Hotel.
JSI. FRAZME, - - - Vinilti, T. T.
T. IX ROSS,
f have recently taken charge ofthis House, and have nut It
in Fl UST-C"LARS Shape for the Accommodation of tho
Traveling l'ublic. I set as good tables nH any Houso
in tho Southwest. Moals.to CitUens, 2D Cents.
When in tho City! Stop at The 'Frisco!
R. M. SWAIN
Harness, Saddles, Whips nnd Col
lars. All our goods nro mndo of
the best material and will be sold
for le?s money than can bo bought
All work warranted to give satis
faction. Shop opposito "Frisco
House." All orders promptly at
Repairing dono with neatness
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholenlo Yards in St.
Louis Acccnibla by Eail
and Water 1
1. Kvery railroad entering fit. Lonls
Is directly tributary -0 'huso yards.
Z. Texas uliippers nio informed tlint
connection with thews yards from tha
Iron Mountain & Pout hern rnilrond can
he mndo without cost nnd with much
lei"t HhrinknKC t'Bn t0 ft,,y e"'rr; ,
3. These rnrds liavo the peculiar ad
vantngo of lielim located on tho fit.
Louis side of tho river, from which
flvo hundred thousand pcoplo draw
their provision supply.
I. Kvery tiackiiiR houso in 8t. Louis
has n regular hio'er stationed liern.
Uuyers of cattle, hops and sheep, both
for tlie home market and eiitern ship
imint, nro nt nil times represented.
5. For comfort and convmilenco tlieso
yard hnvo no superior in tho country.
Two lines of street cars approach hero.
Hotel, telegraph offices and other con
veniences fomtocktnen on thonromlses
W. A. KAMBAY, l'resident.
Eccretary uud Treasurer. 1
-rxiornrTORS or teos-
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
HighcBt cash price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SHIPSTUFFS promptly attended to
I-Inbor Milling Co. - - - Seneca, Mo.
-U-iDOLn jF". 3EiS53Vi:"0'S5-
Having just received a largo and completo stock of goods for tho
rft every ono to call nnd examine our fetock heforo .pur-
Uiasing elsewhere Goods as represented, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Koopn constantly on hand
all kinds of Lumber, Lath,
IF YOUWANT TO BUY
GIVE HIM A CALL.
T. 1 IM.VIU
ji ; ! !'
Pry or' s Creek,
We are now carrying one the largest stocks of
Consisting of dry goods, clothing, hats, capg, bootsy
shoes, groceries, harness, saddles, &c, &c, ever
brought to the Territory, which we are selling
at the very lowest possible profit.
CAXX. .AJSTD EXA.MI2SnE OUR STOCK! OI? GOOpS
Will pay tho highest market price for Produce In Exchange for good.
P. O., Ohoteau,
Supt. & Bec'y.
Lime. Hair. Pla.-tcr Paris.
Will lurntsh idd sizes of
Door, Sash and Blinds
a3 Cheap as fcnyhohy
Office and "STard
Opposito JNationul Hotel,
IW1rfj UMt ! JIMIIlAl llW.miM.ll
Oo-tvnla. . - . Ind.TcST'
Will sell goods for Cash, as clieap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
Mitchell, Lewis & Co
Racine, . - - "Wis
( JiuxurjlCTeninn or )
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m "i w ill rulPIL v4r lvl " m
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MA04lKln KJK r ''I fCATPvPf
jNjfl9kif L? 3ffirTTlBB'IWff ff
BMjJifr I jfr IMCmflMMMh
Farni ai Sjiii Wains,
Four Miles Bast of Choteau,
V T 9
irect Rout East!
TXtx t. XioixIjs.
2 TRAINS DAILY!
Pullman Paluce Hotel Can through
to St. Louii, via Bedalia, daily.
Direct Route West and Southwest
Via KANaAS CITY.
AI mDSIS ulljj pas so ngers
for Kiuims. Colorado. New Jlexi-
co and California connect with Ex
press Trains of nil lines.
mado with Ex
press Trains for all points in Kan
sag and Nebraska,
WftmnriA Connection is made
l)(ll8iia with all lines lead.
ng to Hid North and West.
Suptpior Accommodations I
V, (JHAMU.KK, Geu'l i'aw'r Awrat.
V. . KIXNAN, Awt't Oen'l Vvtfr Ag't.
mhih4 mw mnvi jiHmRv
W. B. ItALSBLly,
FoBt-offloo, Vinita, I T.
Various ear tuarks nnd old Wands
Ranch, oh 131 rd Creek, eight' miles
north of Tulsa, I. T.
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Farm for Sale.
Thirt5'-five acres in cultivation
Good range for stock. Good hear
ing orchard, Apply to or address.
J. V. CrutchHeld,
o 10. Catoosa, L T,
Vinita, Sept SO, !:
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or'e crwk, ad"requosts ho hauvq
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or. TUii mill will bo tutv ytdet" -,
th sauw m.anagoinenV a,ud !y tlm
sm willor m WfureiTlu',
Wright, AihJrcsrt, f, 1
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