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31.SO Par Voai In Advatioo
robllahed Thursdays by
Till CiluriAis resLtsiiixa UoxrAXY.
. M. MAltK.S, Kdltorl
M. H. MILFOIU), Manager.
Vinita, Ind. Tr.n., Armi. 12,1801.
Tjik flouring mill of Fcrgiuon &
Artor, at ColTeyville, burned Inst
week. Loss $10,000; insurance
Council ha, been called by tho
chief to convene next Monday.
Tlio tinio which will bo required
to arrango and niako tho payment
is variously estimated from six
weeks tc ninety days.
Sunday night the house of John
Simpson, at Siloam Springs, was
blown array nnd V. y. Simpson
killed. Tho family had gone into
tho cellar and when tho house left
the foundation, brick from tho
chimney fell on Simpson, killing
FitoM now on until aftor tho big
payment is mado, no other topic
will recoivo so much attention.
Money is tho thing that has tho
strongest hold upon tho human
raco after all, and tho moro of it
one has tho less intercut ho takes
in other matters.
At the meeting of tho Old Set
tler commission at Muskogee last
week tho question ot who tho bon
eficiaries of the fund shall be was
discussed at length. A division
of opinion on tho subject prevent
ed a decision and tho authorities
at Washington wcro asked for ad
Senator Wasijdoukne, of Del
aware district, whilo over this
week from Iii3 homo on Spavinaw,
stated that he wa? in favor of
making tho coming Sttip pay
ment in checks instead of cash,
and that the whole amount should
be paid to tho people. Mr. Wash
bourne thinks that council will bo
in session about three weeks.
The Chieftain scribe has made
it convenient to interview a num
ber of our leading citizens as to
how the coming payment should
bo mado, whether in checks or
cash, and thus far all have ex
pressed themselves in favor of
checks. Some favor both checks
and money, leaving it optional
witlr the person being paid as to
which ho will receive.
The Creeks, as intended, have
finally given tho Dawes commis
sion a negative answer to their
proposition looking to n change oi
present conditions. Tho Sum
inoles will do likewise but .there
are less ot them and it takes them
longer to decide. A mass meeting
of tho Chickasaws was held at
Marlow Tuesday and a committee
appointed to confer with the com
mission. The supromo court of the United
Stales reversed ono of Judge Park
er's decisions Monday. Tho case
Was that of a man charged with in
troducing ten gallons of lager beer
into the Choctaw nation. Judge
Parker held that it camo under
the law against "spirituous liquor
and wine." Howover, a law has
been enacted by congress since
this case was pending including
beer in tho prohibition.
The "death rato" of this town
for the approaching summer could
bo lowered by a general cleaning
up. i ho bones of tho dead dogs
and hogs that rotted in the alleys
last year should be raked up and
burned, and the cess pools in
divers and sundry places should
bo drained. It is said that in
ancient Jerusalem the streets were
kept clean by every mait sweeping
in front oi his own door. If this
beautiful custom wore adopted in
Vinita and not only fronts kept
clean but tho rear also, 'twould be
a good thing.
AvnooK agent sold in this town
last week upwards of 8300 worth
of books. Thine volumes aro
nearly all from the sanm authors,
and 'on tho somo lines. Fifty
families or thereabouts have sup
plied themselves with tho same
identical books. This ajnount
donated itiward a public library
would have placed ton times tho
amount of reading matter in tho
bands of these same people and
hundreds of others, and would
have covered every subject irom
the "Mistakes of Moses" to the
doings of the city council.
Tub Cherokee Advocato of last
tyoek says: "The Cherokee consti
tution suyB that when a white man
marries a Cherokee woman lie
must take an oath to obey the
laws and constitution of this
nation, and should he appeal for
protection to tho United States or
foreign government, ho shall for
feit liU rights that might have
aocrued by such a marriage."
Now, Brother Butler, will you
bo eo kind as to give the article
nnd section of the constitution that
miv8 what you quote above? If
you can't point it out tho nubile
will bo forced to concludo that the
constitution doesn't say any such
Noway Brovltloa Gathorod
It is said that 6,000 families at
MoAlcstor aro effected by tho coal
W. E. Gentry, near Checotah,
sustained serious injuries one day
last week by his horso falling with
Leo Johnson was nriostod
recently in the Chickasaw nation,
charged with murdering Tyson
Pickens in 1891.
Tho supremo court has decided
that the law demanding a state
license of traveling insurance
agents is unconstitutional.
Jas Stephens, who lives near
Muldrow, Is now in jail at Ft.
Smith, charged with poisoning his
wifo and five stepchildren.
A baldheaded dude of fifty sum
mers successfully palmed himself
off on tho innocent citizens of Cof
foyvillo last wuek as Bill Nyo.
An explosion was caused in a
mino at Hartshorn last week by a
miner trying to open a twenty
pound can of powder with a pick.
Throe out ol four of tho notor
ious "Crook gang" outlaws were
captured April 3rd about twenty
miles below Pnwhuska. Ono was
Tho fino residence of W. B.
Fronne, at Ardmuro, together with
a larce iiart of tho contents, was
totally doetroyod by fire last
Dennis Kennedy, tho notorious
outlaw, was arrested recently by
Marshal John W. Crowdor, in tho
Creek nation, ior bribery and as
stilt with intent to kill.
Wheat is undoubtedly much in
jured in tliis section, but n fair
crop may yet be expected. Those
fields which wore tho most back
ward before tho freeze will turn
out best. Seneca Dispatch.
Charles Ward has been com
mitted to Paris by Commissioner
Gibbons in default of $750 bond.
Ward is charged with assaulting
Dr. J. C. Bodiford at Berwyn and
robbing him of a watch and money
on Marcn 4, isya.
A terrible fight took place at
Mearn's ranch in G county Okla
homa last .week between Indians
and cowboys, in which a dozen
Indians and half as many whites
wher killed. The Indians had
been stealing cattle.
Deputy Marshal Carr, whilo at
tempting to arrest Bill Dalton and
Slaughter Kid at Violet Springs,
O. T., recently, was shot by Dalton
and will likely die. kid was
wounded. Anothor report is to
the effect that Dalton was also
Oliver Guinn, near Checotah,
was fired at four times one night
last week by a highwayman, be
cause he refused to throw up his
hands. One bullet struck the
horn of hia saddle and another
passed through his coat. Guinn
David Carr of Okmulgee, who
had been missing for several
weeks, was found dead with a bul
let hole in his head, in the woods.
He is believed to have been mur
dered to prevent his testifying in
certain cases in which he was an
In the economy of nature all
matters are adjusted to a nicety
and while tho grass grows rank
antl luxurious in tho streets of
Neosho, the town cow is permitted
to run at large and browse upon
It. This by the decree of the
voters of that aucient burg last
Judge Scott of Oklahoma City
last week sentenced Frank Mc
Mastors, a newspaper man of that
place, to six months imprisonment
and to pay a fino of 8500, for con
tempt of court. It need not be
doubted that tho press of that
country is largely on the sido of
the newspaper man, albeit he is
The Balmer and Webber Music
Houso Co , of St. Louis, is still
maintaining its supremacy as u
music publishing concern Re
cent issues embrace bright and
sparkling jems, varying enough in
character to meet the tastes of all.
The supply of musical instruments
carried is the largest in tho south
west and back of every article is
a sterling guarantee that it shall
be exactly as represented.
A Dead Open and Shut
And no foolishness, Beess Cherry
cougb syrup Mill cure where nil others
fail. 8old and warranted by A. V.
Vinita Real Estate Agency,
D. M. MARRS& Co.
LM or property for Sale, ltcnt or
One lot in the southeast portion ol
town, at a bargain.
A profitable business in Vli..U for
sale. Particulars at Vlintu Keal Estate
A house auil 8acres of good HUble
land and 30 acres pasture fur rent for
A three-acre Improvement near the
fairgrounds cau be bought cheap for
cash. Vinita Keal Kstatu Co.
A 2 room house anil 3 acres
choice land for gardening purposes, in
ruile of depots, for rent at (8 per
month In advance.
A 200 aiie farm for sale thrco miles
weal of Utj Cabin swltrh, on Hock
creek; 175 acres grass fenced, Fair
Improvements. A good home for
some family, l'rlce J'joou.
28 lots 60x150 and 50x170 In "Va.
nut Grove" (Kaymunda'a block) Just
west of the Chouteau lestdence.
Prices and lerms to suit purchasers,
liulld yourseir a home and cease pay
A valuable farm of 50 acres fenced,
with abundance ol good land outside
belonging to claim, plenty of fine tim
ber, everlasting spring of good, soft,
water, Located 1 miles north-west of
Adair. Will sell on Strip payment.
A farm of over 100 acres In cultiva
tion, two dwelling houses, orchard,
abundance of fluaflmber, a very de
sIrW place, 14 mile Southeast ol
thlcHyt Cabin Greek, near Grand
river, wwaW tell or exchange for city
property, or farm uw Vinita.
AN OFFICIAL OIRCULAW
Of tha Indian Territory Cattlomon's
Waoonkh, I. T , March Si, 1801.
TOTItcCATTLtUKMOrtllt txDIAN TsSKliant:
Wa will give yon e brief outline of the pur
pose ol oar association and the plan of ill
We maintain Inspectors at the slock yatle
of Chicago, Kansas City and St. Loula during
the shipping aeaion, whose doty It latocnt
oot and take charge of all stock belonging to
members of the association, when shipped by
parties other than the owner, or without writ
ten authority from the owner, but they cannot
do so for anyone not a member of the associa
tion. The money received from the sale of inch
stock Is sent to the treasurer of the associa
tlon, and the association pajra the amount to
the owner of aneli stock, less a fee of ten per
cent , which Is retained b) the association to
go towards listing the expenses of the atsoel
allon. "W itso offer a reward of SloOfor the
arrest and conviction of anyone gnllly of steal
ing atock that has been reglsterrd In the asso
ciation. The cost of lolnlng the association wilt be a
membership fee of 81 00, when the number of
cattle or horses Is fltty or more) nothing If
less, and an assessment of two cents per head,
or so much thereof as msy be required to pay
the etpenses of the association
The membership fee and one cent per head
are now duo and ninit be paid by Jnne 1st, or
no beneflts are recelted o membership fee
Is required rrom those who were members last
year, but as new brsnd books are to be made
their brands and the one cent per head assess
ment must be sent to the secretary.
As the Inspectors go to their different mar
kets on Jnne 1st, brands should be sent to the
secretary by May 20th, In order to hate them
In the brand books when the Inspectors begin
You may Join the association at any time and
recelre the benefit of the SI00 reward offered,
and your brands will be ssnt to the Inspectors
We think that eteryone who is Interested In
putting a stop to eattle stealing, whether the
cattle are being disposed ol In the markets or
nearer home, ahonld co-operate with us In
this matter and see If we cannot put It down
The cost Is Terr little to each one for the
amount ol protection offend. For these rea
sons we respectlully solicit yon to send your
brands, number of cattle, membership fee and
first assessment to the secretary and become a
member of the association.
The Inspectors are, t'hlcsgo, W. I) Swank)
St Loula, J'rlce Mcr'arlan) Kansas Lily, A O,
OATTLiukVs PnoTrcTtva Ass's or I. T.
T. A. Parkinson, Sec'y,
31-93 Wagoner, Ind. Ter.
WASTS. FOlt KAMI, LOST, STIUTLII, STOLLM
Each notice, of the character Indicated, not
exceeding Fifty Worda, will be Inserted two
weeks under thla beading for Finy cents.
Strayeil or Stolen One bay mare, black
mane and tall, all cet white and white epot In
forehead; branded O on right or lett shoulder
Finder will be rewarded by leaving word at
Wlmer'a store J l. Johnson. 31 -K
SrilAYED A white spotted horse branded
horse shoe on right ehoulderi also a small
brown hor.e branded with cross on shoulder
Liberal reward. J. W Ellison, Vinita, I ,T
TAKES UP One light bay horse S yeara
old, about It hands high, right hind foot whltet
also one dark bay mare : yeara old about 13
hands high, white spot In forehead. Owner
can hava above described atock by proving
ownership and paying evpenaea of keeping
same. John Mennenga, "Inlta, I. T. 3J.J3
The Mutual Luc insurance
COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
RICHARD A. McCURDY, President.
ror the year ending Dec SI, IMS.
Itecalvrd for premiums
From all other sources .. ..
. 8.SM.WT 70
Sll, 863, 115 M
To Policy-holders .
For all other accoants ...
United States bonds and other
securities TJ.OSrt.Sii 11
First lien loana on bonds and
mortgage.. 70.7iO.Me' l
Loans on stocks and bonds ".iW.SdO Ml
Ileal estate .... .... l-I.OeO.Slif SB
in in cante anu irusi compa
nies 10,61!, 1 71
Aecrued Interest, deferred prrm
lums. etc S.ceo.ees e
lleserva for iMlleles and other
. ti7,9-e,e) 1
Insurance and annnltln
aumtd and renewed. ...
Nora Insurance merely written Is dis
carded from thla statement as wholly mislead
ing, and only Insaranee actually issued and
paid for in cash Is Included.
I have earefullv examined
statement and And the aame to be oorrsct
Charles A. Preller, Auditor.
From the surplus a dividend will be appor
tioned as usual.
ROOT. A. QRANNISS. Vlco-Proa.
Walter It Gillette, General Manager.
Issse F. I.lojrd. 2d Vice-President
Frederic Cromwell, Treasurer
Emrry McCllntock LL.D.F I A., Actuary.
General Agenta for Missouri and Indlsn and
E. M 8CI1WAIIZKOPF.
Superintendent of Agents, llsnk of Commerce
building. 421 Olive street, fit Louis, Mo.
tt HV NOT haveMuaichH
X your home? We can,
f 1UIU(..UUU .UUBIU11 111'
fctnimento of all kinds '
Harp, Accordeons, Violins,
Iianlos, Guitars, J-,tc all ,'J
of them at bottom prices.
Write for our Illustrated Catalogue of
1-Muslcal Merchundi describing com-';
i,pleto line, mailed free to any address.,!
I Jacob Truby ft Sons, CofTeyvlIle, I(ans. ,
J' 'Watchcs.Jewelry, StationeryToys, Etc.'!
uth AND MAIN STREETS.
And save 15 to SO pent
cent, on every article,
of woman's wear.
Do you want to
Can Know How?
1 IW Write for samples and
oar Illustrated fashion
magazine JJOTir Btnt
'or Our earnestness In this
$1.00 matter will bo proven
a by the prices wo dare
Yard I to make.
KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI.
TU18 WA.1TS IOU.
HE Gulf Coast of Texss Is a charming re
aort ror Invalids who do not Ilka saro
wiiather. HI attractlona also for home
seekers; twenty acrea ol laud planted In Pears
nets the own er sX.itti.flO each year af
ter orchard F le established. Blrawber
rlaa and C Granea are also nrodtablv
raised Iteg- ular winter tourist tickets
can be bojght any day, but special excursions
will be run the second Tuesday of each month
fro-n a limited lerrl tory to all points In
Texas 'iheexcur- V slon fare Its cheap
enougn.a nine over xa. sceni s mnei ties
eta good to daye. with ston- overs
south. bound Talk It over with aaent Frisco
Line or address 1), Wlsliart O P A . Saint
Louis, Mo., and ssk for afree copy of
Illustrated pamphlet descrlb lug, In
full, tho Texas cosst country Itcoata
yon only one cent to ask all theqnes-
tlons calculated to be of any Interest to you
about this couDtrr and It may may mean a
fortune for you Texas undoubtedly of
fers better Inducements for home seekers O
than soy country to-day under the sun. O
TOD VriST TEXAS.
RESTORE YOUR EYESIGHT
Cataracts, tears or films can be absorbs il and
paralysed uervt restored, without tbs) knife
or risk. Wseased eyes ot.Ws cau U cured by
our home treat in cut. riWe wove .IL". Hnu
1 t7JmkJ i&Ct
I tS Jtw.
You hate been planning tkat Cali
fornia trip for several yeara. Why
not go now, and take advantage of
the low railroad ralei for California
Midwinter Ksposltloni at Kan Fran
cisco, open until Jnne 1st? From
January to June California Is at Its
bestt bright. Joyous, sunny days
abounding. And the Fair la worth
seeing, too. It has the best orchl
eago'e attractions, aad new featurea
uf great Interest.
When you go, goqnlckly and pom
fortably via Santa I'e Itonto Posi
tively the only Una with Pullman
tonrtst and palace sleepers Chicago
and Kansas City to San Kranclaro,
Los Angeles and San Diego, with
Write to W. J. Janney P. A.,
Santa Ke lav) Union era K. t). Mo.
or call on nearest aepnt. and ask
for free copies of 'To California
nnd Midwinter Fair
To the citizens of Vinita, sur
rounding'country and the pub
Having matlo nil the necessary
nrranceincntii I will, within 11 few
days, opun n large antl roniploto
At Vinita, Intl. Ter. My ship
ments arc now being made up.
Those contemplating building aro
Invited to call mid sco my slock
antl examine prices.
Soliciting at least a part of your
patronage 1 nm
J. T. BRAQKETT,
prl2 Vinita, Ind. Ter.
A Great Stallion
I have soltl to J. 1. Co
hea, Vinita, Intl. Ter.,
the ureal llamlilctoiiian
stallion, GEOWiB 1'KltltY, antl I
take pleasure In calling special atten
tion to his rich breeding. Ono should
spare neither pains nor expense In
procuring the t-ervlcM of the highest
Measured by the 'Z:M standard, the
trotting family which was founded by
Ilrodjk'n Hiiiiiblotonian "The hero of
Chestor" is undoubtedly the greatest
tho world has ever seen Of the great
number of horses which hnte Hotted
In 2:30 or better, about one-half are
direct descendants fiom this great
horse. His name appears In the pedi
gree of more than one-half of the
honses which have made records uf 2:20
or better. Of the nine which bate
trotted in 2:14 or better eteti are by
his Minn, Himther out of his daughter
and the ninth bv a half brother. At
all agei ami In al! classes the llamble
tonlans wear theemwn of supremacy.
Did you ever take s. thought that
George Terry's sire has as much Ham
bletonlau blood as any other horse in
the nurld? Do juu know that he Is a
grnndsoi. of llainblcUinlau X? Will
you remember JJgbert, the champion
slro of the season ib?D. hating put sev
enteen colls in the 2:30 lUl, a rect id
neter eoualed by any oth'-r stallion. Is
Oeorge i'eiry'H uwfi 1111010? This rec
ord wns iiiuue without any svstC!,"Jlc
booming, such as Electioneer and
Itecurd 2.37, made at Abilluc, Kan.,
IbiH, black, slur in furehcad, 16 Hands'
high, weighs IU10 pounds. In sitid con
dition, bred by Uoorge furry, .Manhat
tan, Jvau., ruaiea June -1, lea.:, sired
by Aladdin 223, rccortl and trial 2:2U.
I'lrst dam by Almunt I'rlncu, sire of
Ilalrop's Tom, 2:20, Aladdin by Itys-
dyk's ilambletoni.in X, sire of Dexter,
2:171, and fori) others In 2.20 or better,
and sire of fort)-four mares which
have produced titty trotters In 2:3oand
better, also sire of Iu7 s .tin which have
sired 607 w 1th records from 2:05 to 2:30.
First dam Miss Monroe, full sister
to Mon rue, 2:27, and the dam of Fer
gus McGregor, sire of Lady Wonder,
Z:2ti by lion Duke, JUL Second dam,
Young Saline, dam of Monroe, 2:2tt),
and ht. Patrick, pacer, 2:24 by Guy
Miller. Till id dam, .Saline dam of J.
II. Coleman, 2:il by lamuky, sou of
American Kcllrvc, lion Duke lHl,nlre
of Kelsle, 2:23J. Monroe, 2:27, hilvcr
Duke, 2:2V, Coriander, 2:28 by Ham
bletonlau Ajdaiti by Mlllor'rjr Henry.
Guy Mlller,slrcof g. s. Darby, 2:16
by HaiiibleUiuiiin X; dam by Nancy
llolltar, Almoiit Prince by Alinont
XXXIII, sire of Westmont P. 2:1.1,
1'anule WithetXKin, 2:10, Piedmont
2:17, Aldlne 2:ltl and thirty-three
more In 2:30 or l-elter; also a sire of
Almoin, .ll'., I8JV, sire of lielle Ham
lin, 2:13. First dam l Juiported
Arabian ylaissoud. Secontl ilHm,Kagle
by .culth, by American Kcllpse. Third
ilam Kagletta, by Grey Ragle. Fourth
dam, Uary Jlowe, by Tiger. Fifth
dam, Lady Itobln by Itobln Gray.
George Perry obtained lilat rocon'l In
perfect ease and trotted the last half
of the fourth heat 1.1 1. George Perry
Is lc el-headed, steady and as tine a
dlsp'Hltlon horse as can be; u family
horse, can be driven to the top of
sjiced by a lady. George Perry Is a
noble breeder; his colts are largo, nat
ural trotters. When you stop anil
think that road horses will sell bo-dit)
for as much money or more than they
did live years ago. why not nilsc the
slock of horses that will sell and take
the chance of getting a trotter that
will bring you big money as will those
that are selling thorn every day.
This horse was driven one-half mile
over Vinita track by 0. O. Athey In
one minute and twcnty-llvo seconds
ilurlmr the fair of 1802.
Terms, $10 for tho season; $15 to In
sure, which Is very reasonable. This
horse will be kopt by bis owner at Vi
nita and ought to bo well patronized
nt tho cxtremo low tlguros.
O. 0. Atiiky.
J. P. Coiika, Ownor, Vinita, Ind. Ter.
Buoklon'e Arnica Balvo.
The best salvo In Ibu world for cuts,
brnltes, sores, ulcers, esli rheum,
fever sores, lellur, chapped hinds,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no
pav required It I guaranteed to ttlye
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 26 cents per box; fur sale by A.
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F tntuh M" Ntti Luit the Sv,
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jW Ferrj'tSeed Annnil ftrl94 M
H roniRini lh iuni uml sutinnrp f Pa
Wk theutcBtfitmiinicknowlcdfi. Fro J A51
K for I lie Mklnff. &Y
D. M. FERRY & CO., $$
B Detroit, Mich. &
We Believe in Reliable Goods
of Known Worth.
WE BELIEVE in fair and honest profits.
WE BELIEVE in-selling goods for spot cash only,
that we may not be compelled to make up on one what
we would lose on another.
WE BELIEVE in treating: every visitor with the
utmost consideration whether they buy or not.
WE BELIEVE that marking in plain figures at the
lowest possible price is the only right way.
WE BELIEVE in advertising and doing exactly what
we advertise to do.
WE BELIEVE in giving satisfaction to our custom
ers, feeling that they are not only the best, but the
truest advertising mediums.
WE BELIEVE that modern merchandising means
more than the mere buying and selling of commodities.
It seeks to render their transfer to you.pleasant as well
as economic, and by its integrity invites an exchange
The ftimly that tlmt't buy gro-cerir-s
ha.-t inovtil out of tho coun
try. Likcwixt', the mail who i
overburdened with monny has
'IgotiH sonicwlii'ro." I havf t'oino
iii to ilo buinfgs with llino wlm
are left those who want'llie.bect
gomls for the leual nioiitsy .
Pir.e Tea'3, Coffees and
Sun Dried and
Rice, Hominy, Beans,
Syrups and Jeliles.
Call and hco what the purchasing
power of a dollar will do for you
Kaat Ride II. H.
Will nuke tbo season
Vinita Fair (ir.ininis.
DICK HAhHfcirr via MreJ by Olil
Kaesett or Kentucky. 1st tlsm, I.ydu
Tsjlor, stiuby oM Uobl Heck, out ol
ii;tlioroughl)r.Kl Kentucky inare.
l'editiruo of old llafsott- Chestnut
horse, IHli'on ami onn Iislf hands I1UI1,
hv I'al Mallov. 1st ilam. (lunar llinl,
liy linpoileil Alhin; 2nd dsio. i'ahnla,
by Imported AinlUby; 3rd ilam, Im
ported Hwcet llriar. hy Recovery. I'nt
Mallny la tiy I.ilnton out of Olenco
hy Imported HellpMu.
TBiii 510; nan money otiesi mmi
iifservlco, balanco when rolt stands
up and sucks.
Oood pastutn furnished for mares
Irom a distanco. Kor further Informa
tion see Dlacksione's Htud book, l.on
infllle, Ky., where horso Is registered,
rnch 8-aoio. Iliciiain Kiuioite.
la ths IT. 8. Commlsiluntr'a eonrt st Vlnltk,
In llis KlrstJu'llclal Division or ths Indian
U D. i'aiinlnglop, lilalnllff, )
vs No. W7.
J is W Martin, ilsfanilant )
Tba dtrtnilsnl, Jas W Martin. Is wa'if)
to appaar In tills court within "hlrty dara and
answar the complaint of tba plslntlff, 11 1)
rannlngton '' J tnpM,
U 8. Uoiomlsslourr.
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Hats & Shoes
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A mOTtmtnt of tb bowtlt each dir It noeMrr for
VUb, Tbeie pill auppljr whtc th rsUin Imk to
mtkaltrfffulsur. TlirourIIsdch, brlchtta tb
e nd olsr th CompUiIon bttr thn oo
mettei. They et mtldljr. neither rrtpvnoraioitenM
otbtr ptlU do. To oonviac rou of ihir mciiu w
win mail wmpl fre, or a full box for SSoenta. Sold
MrwUere. itoatvoXo Mtd. Co, UUdclpJUa. Fa.
A W Koreman, )lriiKUt
A Bcolcb Coaih Iiorsa
ueiuluuic over 1000 lbs
5111111 standlriK IS hands
hilih, t'olnr dirk Iron K'ay, win stand
at my farm on l.lttlu Cabin, 3 miles
southeast c-l Vllllia
TERMS:-17 00 to .insure a llvo colt.
Liability fur accidents declined,
nsni D. W. Burflngton.
fhoEJcant Blooded Horse
Hy Utlca. will make the
eeainn of 18U1, at tbo
stand on my farm. 1 mile
north ol Oondys lllttll, Ind. Ter. Block
miners are cordially lnvlled lo call and
ezNtiilne this splendid horse.
I'i:iU(lUKi:-)Hin;(i) Maud, by Hon.
commiin. ('.') I)isy, hy Arabian. (!)
.Mariraret, l-y Iteil Hunk, tire: Utica,
oy I.exlnit'nti. he liy llostou.
IK.Sl'ltl'II0X-arnnt is 151 hands
III xh and In color is a beautiful tlsrk
sorrel; in style be Is simply perfection.
TKKJIK-il6 for tho aeason, Money
due at time of service. All nrcldents
ami escai'cs at owner's risk Mares
pfovltitf not lo bo tslth foal can be re
turned I lit following season Mares
from a distance pastured free W. I.
Tlbbils at Vinita ran ulvo parllcnlsrs
retiardliiK this lior.o.
O. II. uxxmavxonz,
rnch22nlo'., Ooodys lllnll. ITT
Bohhb' Cherry Couch Byrup.
The urentest and belt codkIi syrup, It
will rellovo a courIi qclcker, surer and
more I'llectuully than nnytliliia on the
market. Hold aud warranted by A, W,
of fiSW: BBBl Til I leriMiWiJiiTlTI'l ri i d i
y s. tv
US ,t ,t i( lt"it'iv li-ir .'
BUY NO lL1!
COOKING, : HEATING,
WOOD OR COAL
Until you have examined styles
and prices of
W. W. MILLER,
' The Vinita Hardware Man.
Largest Line of
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t. h Tja.uju.jrsum.pa.
Feed and Produce Exchange,
All Kinds ofcountry Produce Bghst0d
CALL AT THE NEW ROCK STORE.
Vinita, Indian Territory.
a nmnnlnin Rinrk of liiiildors' Material.
Cement, Lime, Lath, Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Mixed Paints, Wall Paper, Ktc
Yellow Pine Finishing Lumber "0 Cypress Shingles a Specialty
PRICES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
Terms: CASH. W J TROTT
cms. oi snx.
R 35 NI O
WM. E WINTBII.
loo . 10s x. sixth m. 3T. LOUIS, MO.
U:JX SIR IATTON,'
An r.nKlish Shlra horse or
noted braml mil mske the
season ol ltl tho three flrst
ilars or llm !: at tlmown.
.r'. Ill.rjl II tnlln .1111II....I
of Vlnltai Tnuraday. Krlilay and tiaturder at
uunter'a llserr atablr In Vinita
unBcriiuion ami PedlRroo-A bar, 7
irars old, U)( hahds high wrlKlis 1(VI ll
aire KuctUlor;; Mho tracts bsckdlrrctto
Maracata bursa or Horn. Hon Issue, I.tncon
shite, loslsil In lull. Dam Sruller iliisaslra
was llrannan, till, who traces directly bark
10 1 rmtrs sniui iiiowani'si rosim in irm
CerllUeil iiedlsrea shown onamilleallon
nndcrslsned lias also
Usee record a 37
liy tloUahon, race record J 1V llr Oreat
Ailmiiilstralur, recor.m)a llm tlcMahun'a
dam was brouiibt Irom Vermont and was said
to be by Meaitniier-lin Itn.-, ber dam br Ver
mom lllack Hawk Ibis Is a strain or tforxan
blood aoURht by Ilia bast horsemen more oterr
ear and when the two great families are com
bined thorn la evary reason lo etheel ansed.
lint MeMahnn Is a beantllul bay, Is hands
liluli, wltli grand atyla and slrnnK bone lie
baa bad lint little work on the track bnl sot
ifVri "J nlUc..'.'e: wl"' "' "real Mare
IlellTbnrn, X t Ibis horse will stand al the
same plae as fir Talton. and at asme dales
Terms for both borsesi-llo no to Insure a
roll lo stand up and sack Liability for accl.
dents derllned Free pasture with tine sntlnir
nf water for mares from a dlatanee,
" J. D. MARKER.
P. B. SMITH,
Wntoner, I, l',
twaen II t
crerk and Ver
In pssture 1
mllea west of
The left ear ,
V IS D !
X. K. J15IZ.
This celebrated Moruan
liorsewiil mako tho sea
son of 181) I at my stable
III Ihnlnwnnf It) j flahln.
Ind Ter., at lite following terms. To
insuro a llvo colt. $111; $0 each for three
mares, (8 carlt for live or more mares.
Money 11110 when inaro Is traded or
j abntil to leave the country.
I IJab Morifsn Is a dark bay, 10 liamla
hlk-h. welplis 1,400 lbs , Is 6 yeats old,
Rood sljlo nnd action. Will not bo
j responsible for accidents.
I Also at tho ssmo placa will bo kept
DL.Ji.CIJ: rctTXGXIT, a colebruted
j Jack. Terms, same as for horse. This
jack Is black with whilo nolnts. Is 14
hands hluli.R years old and Is hlithly
recommonded as a breeder.
1 also br.vo a younjt Jack that will
sorvn a few man s al $7 to Insuro. A
aood pssittre furnished mares
Ooodys llluir, I. T.
AM these es'iie lias
O J Inark crop bolli
ears spin in rllil bad
orlilnaily unilribit In
Ilam st month of
tlnr.e brand O A sn
onrliht hip A ihlih
Htnall boy (sniile)-"Oco whlit," but
Die tn I.lttlo Qlant pills tnke llm rake.
Bold and warrantitl by A.W. Horoman.