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Vinita, I,ii. Tkii., Junk 21, 1801
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I'lirj.uli rusrliti from St. lotilito Spu(m,
ri.MTA Ulll'llMl IIIIIKCTOUV.
M K Uluircli eoath II Il.Urealliome pallor
Inljiinili .eliuol it IU:ui. m. preaching.. II
t in nnil 7 p. m iryer infetlnR everjr Wed.
ariiltr evening Sommunlon aervlce o'ery
Ir.t dun Jon.
rreitijrierlan Uuircli. 1. N Allen. pa
tori preaching, Suinlaya t lit. m.nnil 7 .
ai.i dumlny achool e.1 lu n. In. i prayer meel
.hk rnuriiUy nlKhtt.
Conxrcmttloniil Uliurpli Iter i iiyetlo Hurl,
po.luri eorrlcneery SuuJay l 11 tn. ml
7n m i 8unJf Hclio.. nl 10. m. Uhrlallan
Emtvavor Society, 4 p m. I'rayer meellnir
crery we.ineenay eiemne;,
Uapllat cliurch. IIr A. Citltn, paitor
Ireaciiliiic lit II a in anJ7:Mi m Sunday
eliuol lu a. m. I'rayer im-eilim WrJnenlay
W. C. T U Meet! ofery Weilnenlay at 4
'clock, p. in.
l'lllAl.rillAN I.UDUK. .No.ll. K.
of I. Meele eery liici.lny evening
I in their eaetlti hall at 7:30 Yliltlng
I knlglile In good aUmilng Invlleil.
K M. I.anlrnm. U C.
J 8 I'cCrary, K of Jl. ami 8.
A VINITA 1.OII0K NO S. A. V. A A M.
.jV-ileela In Maauulo Hall Ilia Drat and
J tlilril SalurJay nUlil In each month
Will meet entry Matunlay iluthiit lh
rex 'fi.cndini; April ll. Isot
Uurkii BAiiiir. W.M.
T il HumiiiTo, See
""VI vinita j.odok. no. m, i 6
aWU,V O '.. meele In Maeniilc hall on
KLffSf Homlajf night or o rh week at
'IWmwO 7.l o'clock.
J. I'. Scott, N O.
A 0 HnrrMAi, Sfc'y.
PUItlTV UIIAITEK. a. 8.8 .meet In Ma.
tonic hall Ural ami thirl lliurailar In each
month at 7 ai o'clock p. ni
AkmkK i;i.1NKcalk, M
(lhcr:A M Swaix, Seo'y.
WOODMAN OP TIIK WOItl.lt. mart arc
1 ami fourth lhnra'laya In each luonth In
W. V. Waiid. 0 0
J 8 II trairuiiT, Clerk.
Jliller keeps furniture.
Ain't Villi ta a liimiiULT?
Keep your doors loukuil,
Bti'Min au'iuuM on every I J t .
Kvcry, euro must lo taken nninst
Oual oil fur loo par n'ltll.ju ut It. M.
Deerlng binders anil twine at V. V.
Crochet cotton, 5o per hall at It. M.
N'ormuu ijbclton is employed at Iron
eiJe's. Want a uc-v beilroom set? Oall at
Millet seoii at Cliarlesworth k Hat
flnglon's. The speculators aro gottin In their
No. 1 (Ino salt $1.5) per barrel nt
' Jolly Davo Hill is hero with n hunch
of Strip horses.
Cook's book store; hummocks, basy
balls ami croquet.
J. O. Starr, ttio stenographer, is us
nlstlng tho treasure!.
Hinder twine at Cliarlo worth & Uuf
Utiiiton's. Duby carriage lor sale; euquiro at
Furniture bouslil at W. V. Miller's
Is bouKht right.
Leave an order at this olllce forsnmu
job printing to lake home when you go,
dtar and borso shoe tobacco -10c per
pound at Swain's.
IJoth the Codeyvilju banks are rep
resented here this week.
Lee liarrett has the best shoemaker
ever In the country.
The binder twine is ut V. V. Mil
ler's. Iluy nowhere else.
Suliscihe far the weekly Ciiieitain
befoio you leave for home.
lllauk hooks, aUllouery, lamps,
Klaeswari.', ic, at Foreman'.
Fine lot of high giado glassware juat
received by it. M. Sain.
When your watch gets bIck, reniem.
ber Foreman's watch hoHpltal
It surely looks as ihotigh all the
pcoplo'on earth had got to VlnltH.
Oharleawortli and Uulliiiton are
headquarters "fqr farm Implements.
Full line white lead, mixed paints,
oils, (Trusties, eto., etc., nt Foreman's.
lUrdware, atyvos, tluwaro are louud
in endless quanllly at V. V. Miller's.
Claude rjhelton has been huvini;
Irnulile in making his swing work.
Whlie'dreas goods mid aiiuimer nov
tliies t lnvut kind of prices to be
full ud in Jt. M. Swain'...
Von will make no mistake, gontlanien
In hujuitf a lot and tarrying with us
Jud fc'iuith, another member nf the
DaIi.mi g.iug, was shut to death Mail
l i) nt Kuld.
itiMitlemeii cU'slrlng a stylish, well
inilf, boot or clion should look at the
nut it of I.tu Uiirretl's shop,
J nu V'lulta 1'rodiicu and Meat mar
ket have begun ileUmlng Ico lor Ihu
Miiiumei. Leave your orders.
Dr. L. O. Ellis,""
The Southwest City Uvutlst, ran
bo lound during pay men t In the front
room of UiiurrAi building. w
Ountor Si Smith's Stabloe.
If yon want tu huy u hnrte or liuif)
ur bulh, Y'Hl fan tind what ou want
nl U n nler k Smith's "able. ' SOlf
I.timbor Olioup for Ouelt.
Hiilldiiig lumber of any illmeiieiniis
n r kiyd. eut to enli ciisiomers, hy the
er lOlit, ilulivtiietl. Addiess,
I'lie Wye Luiubor ).,
JW 31 Bouth .MeAlesler', 1. T.
It A. Uiisny, of tun Talileqiiab
Marble Works, slil be on hand at the
Viulta payiiicuit with u Inrgs lot of
marhln llplHliei) nud ready fur loiter
lug willed he will sell cheap lor cash
All thorni having depnritd fiiemts
whnin ;hey wish in rnuiiilier, will
plesio call an illul ndiI exaiuliin work
mid prlres,.u Idcy wH Bod it lu their
Whoro Our Poopto Are and Have
Boon -Our Visitors.
-0. V. Pool got In rrom Chelaea Sunday,
lion "Tin Mayca It attending the pay
II. C'.tlr Caiulry, of Coircyillle, la a nong
lion. Win. I' Thoinpton, of Tahltquah, la
In the city.
V. II Curtlt, Allon't genial lumber man,
la In the city.
Cambell Ta) lor the prominent cltlteiiahlp
lawer It In town. ,
Itldge l'aachal la ainonXlhe many Talile
quah people lii'ie. -A
A. It. Norwood, attorneat'law, of Clare
more, It with nt.
Mr. Klncald came otrer from Nowata early
and will tlay It out.
Dr. O A. Water It In fromCleeland tak
Ing In the payment.
lllltle Mayra and Shnpt Helton came In
Monday Iroin Cow Skin.
-Sheriff Jen Mnakrat or Delaware It on
handt Mill a ttrong guard,
Col. J K. Campbelt't uniting counte
nance la enlivening the iceue.
lien l'eunlnaton the coal magnate of Cliel
tea ll taking In the big payment.
Oro. llooii, of Chetopa, lire Mlllord't
conaln, la down teeing the tight.
C.tv.llliidt.a merchant of Slloam Sprlngt,
ll here making collection till at week.
r"ox Daunlngberg, like ererybody elae
from out welt, came In to get hit money.
John 0 Ilogan and W. T. Whltaker are
among the 1'ryurCreek roltt here tblt week.
-A. 1'. Iloiwell, Ueorge Heeler and J. II.
8toket got In from Cuffeyfllle Tneiday even
foe llctcliannn nf Long I'ralrle came in
Mon lay, thinking the payment began on that
Frank Allen la down Irora Cow Creek,
llo will probably buy a lutaud bnlld In thlt
Jen Drevr came In tblt week Irom Wood
ward, O T., lo let the treaiurer know he la
-Capl. Jim TaMor, Hub lllll and M. D.
Woodaon, ol Clareiiiure, came In yraterday tv
view the payment.
Mr. .1. K. Alfrey and wire of Slloam
Spring are In the city attending the payment
and Ylnlllng relatlrea,
MiMea Mule nnd May Hard, of Catule,
came In on Monday! train and will remain
until payment conctudea.
C. I) Unnler, Jr., and hit mother, or 81.
loam sprlngt, are In the city attending the
payment aud iltltlng relatltet.
Hud W'eldon, tho nulling Fort Smith Ele
tatormnn, c me In today aud will probably
itay ai long at the payment goet on
Mr. Fink, the gentleman who conduct!.
Mrt Duatln't lianlware ttore at Southweat
City, la uterou cullettlng buaineaa.
laa. U. Parker and John Carl, two SI
loam merchant!, are attending the payment
for Ilia purpoae of making collectlona.
Kdltoi r-m'Uior the Ilaaler Spring Newa
and Mr Jenklna, a merchaut or that place,
made Ihle oolce a pleaiant call Monday,
Mra. Ueorge lllakeney and daughter, Mlat
Km'nt, arrlted a few dayaago) the family It
now llflng on the bill wett or the academy.
1. I). Henry artlred Irom Clielala Tneiday.
Some advertising In till) Itaue telle what the
gentleman la now engaged In. Ctpt. llenry
Jlmmle riiompaon returned from Tahle
qnah Sunday, after an abaeuceof two monllit.
lie anlated bla rather. Johnaon Thompaou, at
Dr. U. I). 1,'opn, of Chetopa, came down
latt erenlng In retponce (p a telegraphic, turn
mom, to tee Karl Craig. HcloijnJ two ofblt
aona, Ueorge and Harry, bad preceded hlmto
the modern Mecca.
Ue. liaton, tba Clarcmore merchant,
reached; the 'metropolis Tneaday. lie It
alto a farmer and hat MO acret of the beat
wheat he ever grewi It It eetlmated to make
3 .or V buabela to the acre. Corn, oata, and
Saa alaolool prumltlng.
Mra. Judge Crooki and daughter, Mill
Pjliy I.ee Crooka, came up Irom Tciaea few
daya .Ins" but left Welueaday for Knreka
Sprlngt lo apend the !)pj jrnnlhe In company
with Mra Walker, the Jadge't ilitcy. )
needleti tony the Jndga regretted tbelr de
parture. -Ux-chlef D. W. Buihyhead It In Vlnlta
taking In the payment and ahaklng hand! with
lila many f.-li-n.Ja Mr llmhyhead li a Chero
kee gontlemauof tbtflldephool, a flue aped
men of hie race, refined and sourtoni, g gen
tleman alwayi. No chief of tbli natlou
probably eTer kept the affaire of government
more thoroughly in hand than did be, and the
eight ye tea orhlaadmlnlatratlon wrre the be
ginning of an rrt of Jinprecedented prosperity
for the Cbcrokcct
Mrs. Uoodykooniz will tako a limit,
ed number of boarders during pay
ment. Just, rccleved at Foreman's, a flno
lino oi i.id go il and diamond goods;
call and exauttuu tlioeJ.
1). Illcks, cast of the track, does all
cht8.es of blacksmithiug nnd horse
shoeing properly aud at reasonable
Mis fiueTliompson.daunhter of Ilev.
J F. Thompson, will bs niqrried June
27tli, atTahlequah, to Mr. Robert W.
Hamilton, of .Muskogee.
Dr. L. 0. Ellis, dentist, ol South
west CHy. will be in Vlnlta for the
practice ol his profession frorn Juno
18lh lo.'ftih. t
I. J), Henry. Cheleea, has received a
flue lot or bedroom suites, springs,
cdts, mattresses, a full line of furnl
tine; expects to sell at close figures. 42
Fay a dime nnd have this paper de
livered at your hoiibc or olllce every
day during the payment. It will con
tain everything of importance up to
Purchaser-., he generous with ourad
verllsert; they furnish the "siuews" of
this littlu, 'paper. Without llu-ir co
upernllou you would be denied this
If you want to Invost your Strip
money in it good home you should ap
ply at this oliice. Wu have a number
of lino farms fur sale for cash at a tty
The Southweat City and Slloam ron
tin gent, some twenty strong, aro quar
tered In John Thomasou'a yard. They
are a Jolly crowd and are having a
J. 11. Kendall and Tip Mayes have
opened n marble quarry on the Salt
saw, about 23 miles from Tahlequah
and have taken nut some very flue
specimens of marble.
Mrs. It, U. Murray, wllo or the tdltoi
of the Deiiison Uiizilloor, and a warm
friend of Judge Crooks' family and ol
.Mr. Millord'a, died of pulmonary con
sumption last Saturday.
The clu council have passed nn or
diuaiico Imposing a linn of from (23. to
ttOO. Inr running any sort of gambling
device or game of chauro, nnd for each
and every otfetisa.
Co by llloch.of Sodalln.'an athlete of
some fame.ls In town nnd If opportun
ity oirnrs will take pari In an cxhtldllou
wrratllug m.itei, either Urccl.i-Hnman
tir'YiiU'li ns c.ili'ltrNii"r'ir 813 receipts
tt purse, n mi'dalnr even for fun He
has a vtry IiiiuIsqiih. tnt-tlal glyen iy
an tttlilellcclubln north Missouri, ,
The Methodist church In Ibis clly Is
taking advantage of the llnsh times to
follow I ho payment to build n new
About lllly persons ol Tahlrqnah
d Hirlet lalled lo appear lo draw their
money and about tn'.rty olOolngsnake
The treasurer adiulln t.vo nt a time,
one from Dclawani and one from Coo
weeacooweo lo relieve, their "per cap
ita." I he now jail is proving In bo n time
1 and useful Investment for the town.
8over.il reports of robbing and pocket
picking ate afloat.
Dandruff' Is mi exudation from the
pors ol the nktu that spreads and
dries, funning a.uif and rausltig tho
hair to fall but. liall'e Hair Itenowbr
There ha been iv mu frlp i.m be
tween thucliy and llio rallruads, but
the booths and stands have gono up.
Ten days hence, when they havo been
removed, all will bo lovely again.
Mrn. K. II. Cius oilers her ontlto
stock ;ol mlllliiHry and notions at
greatly reduced figures during pay
ment. The ladles who are wise will
take advantage of this opportunity.
Judge Ueorge llengo came up with
the tiessurer'e party yesterday and
will assist In making the payment.
Thero aro fow more accommodating
gentlemen In the Cherokee nation
than Judge llengo.
Ilon.llidge t'ASchal and Col. .1. V.
Mullen atlurneys-at.law will Im found
at the law olllce of Harry K. Don Car
los in the MeOlellun building during
the present strip payment prepared to
attend to the wanlsofclients. decw
Urnnvll'o Craig, two ilours south of
Tommy Thompson's, is cutiductiiig a
restaurant and hotel -beds and board.
His friends all over the nation should
bunt li I tn up; good accommodations
at reasonable prices are assured. dw
Beeclier Chamherliii and Jim Le
force nre running a lunch, Ice cream,
lemonade and refreshment stand In
the building west or .Martin's harness
shop, east of tho track. Hunt the
boys up. j&w.
Preaching at tho Methodist church
Saturday night by Itev. Frank Moore,
editor nf Our llrother lu lied, after
which tho Quarterly Conference will
beheld. Kov.Juhn W. Horn of the
Texas conference will preach Sunday
at 11 o'clock.
Some people are constantly troubled
with pimples nnd bolls, especially
about the face and neck. The best
remedy is a thniottgh course of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, which expels all humors
through the proper channels, and so
makes the skin become soft, healthy
Tho Gherukre Cigar Co. has opened
up for business And are putting up
some exceilenl cigars. They have four
skilled workmen aud expect ta increase
the force as soon as more commodious
quarters can be secured J. I. Morning
will visit dealers In it few days with
samples ranging from $25 to fCO per
thousand nnd should bo patronized
HE IlKPUKSBNTATIVE of tho
Plymouth Uock Clothing Co., ol
St. Louis, J. C. t'nplcr, has spent a
week or two in this city and will be at
Viulta and Clarcmore until paymeut
is over. This Is the gcntlemtn's
second visit and be has taken more
than twice as mauy orders as on tho
first trip. This company makes the
towcat flRi) the highest priced cloth
ing In tho market, hut goods, and.
making considered it is one ot the
cheapest houses in tho world; pants
(J IX) and up, suits 13.2o and up. Most
any of the men doing business on the
main street of this town can tell what
kind qt paUjfdptif)!! M Naplor and
bis home gives the very best. Head,
quarters nt the Hotel Uscbtel tho
pTVElty SUUSCRIUEIt to this
La pnjier can tell by Ipoking at tho
date following his name Just when bis
time was out. A general pay-day is
now at hand and we expect every per
son who is In arrears to pay up. tVe
are going to stop the paper of those
who do opt Bin) insist on a settlement.
This moans business. Another tbiugj
An advance paymont Is going to be
collected from those who wish the
paper conlluned. If a man wants to
pay up and stop wo cannot Justly ob
ject. Qur terras of subscription, how.
ovor, are cash in a4vanco apd thprp
will never be a better time to pay a
year ahead than now. If we have
carried a man a year, II would hardly
look fair for him to do less than pay a
year ahead, fa nnt lils true? With
out tho receipt of any bill, and with
out further notice, wo hope all parties
will promptly pay up their subscript
Hon and all other accounts due this
ACADEMY, NOT COLLEGE.
In the Intereat of accuracy, I with to cor
reel a ttatement In latt week's Ciiuktaii.
ftlMili)f-lnlgeMaion that, "at an early
age he graduated a Philip JJxetrr College "
The reference It probably to Philip Kater
Academy, a icboot of aecondary education of
In 1780 two brothen, John and Samuel
Phllllpi, memberi ot that eminent family
from which the tats Illihop l'lillllpi llrooli
wai Oecendrd, rounded the widely known
rtillllpi Academy at Andover, Man. Under
the charter of llili academy, the drtt Theo
logical Seminary or thli eonntry waa eitab
llahed aboqt a generation later. In KrJIJobn
Flillllpi founded tba Aeademy at Exeter, N
II., atohool now admitting both aeses. wlilcn
the Library of Unlroratl Knowledge taya, "la
one or the rooit celebrated school! In the
country for preparing boyi lor college."
Let It be borne tn mind that the college for
which thlt academy Oti la pupllt are liar
rsrd, Vale, Wllllami, and olhira of the flrit
clan, which demand, It It tare to aay, or en
trance of a four yean' courts aa high icbolar
Ship moat nf Hie Inatltutlont called college!
In th louthweit rehire for grtduatfon,
ruplle are found vbo as-Ill meet the h.uli .1.
nil ml i or New England eollcgco beemte od
Ilia ttin-mir in,k l.i I.. .I. . . .
...- ..,'..- ..w.n .. ,,, ,u, viweuiice VI
The work nf New Kpgland'vpleudld acule
odea hat bean p nlbly at lmKrlsnt at that of
her college!, and bat directly Influenced a
far greater number Judge Maion waa not
college bred man, but lite thorongh claicil
tralnlugla the academy laid the foundation
ofs tnanbood wboie One culture Impretied
sit who rtma In tontict with dim
Tlioee who founded am) limit who continue
tbe work In Wrcrltr Academr r not Igno.
riDt of the talueof a dril-cliu collego. and
would rnrourag all whu can to purine Id
eourae oratudy. iu fur lb preient, at leu-.
we ttrk tbe greate.t grod or the grrateit
rtmibei by almli'g nglvr In Indliu Trrrltory
trailing aomillilng like that whtnli hat
minetni acaoemlei or New Knglsnd widely
and liouorably known y Htm
Highest Honors World's Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS TUB STANDARD.
Home deputy marshals enmo nesr
having serious troublo ovor a prisoner
Creates health, creates strength, ere
ales vigor; UeWllt's Saisnpnrillit. It
recommends itself. P. Hhnnnhan.
Tho Frisco is selling tickets to
Seneea nnd return for $1.75 and will
continue to do so until the 25th,
U.S. Warren has one Jack andthrco
HamblHtoiilau premium horses at
Henderson's livery stable In tills city,
dud six horses nt the faun. .12-13
Our Clarcmore friends are here lu
goodly numbers drawing tbelr money.
Peoplo all llko tu oomu in the city.
Picture frames used In cost a goad
deal of money. W. W. Miller has put
prices within easy reuuh. If you tinvo
a picture cab aud learn cost of framing.
Some rnbbeiits u-jiuileil, hut they
are piobabl) ot panles who expected
tn bent the man riinuiug the game.
fcmall hoy (asi.le)-'Tiie whiz," but
them Little tiiaul pills tnko the cake.
Sold and warranted bv A.W. foreman.
It is said that lllack lloyi shot him
self in Die leg Sunday evening su're
verely as lu necessitate amputation.
What makes n bouse a home? Tho
mother well, the children rosy, the fa
ther lu good health nnd good humor.
All brought about by the use of Do
Witt's Sarsaparilla. It recommends
itself. P. Shannhiin.
Tho Vlnlla Heal Estate Agency v til
sell you a good lot iu must any part of
town. Take a look nl Wnluut (J rove.
Hoadaobo and IndigosIon
Can be cured. If you dou'l believe it
tO lieggh' LlnleUiaut puis. Sold and
warranted by A. W. Foreman.
The cash with which Delaware and
Cooweetcuowee districts aro tu be paid
arrived safely on yesterdays 10:30 train.
Flno Qun For Salo.
JfluO Parker shulguu, l?-gauge, 33
inch, b lb'., nearly new; no faults.
Pi Ice 5 caeh, on approval Dr. U.B.
ltucker, riu'aula, 1. T. -J0--J3
James l'allereou's swing, near tho
uew calaboose, is tho popular one with
the women and children. Perfect or
dcr always maintaintd.
If dull, spiritless aud stupid; If your
blood is IhlcK and sluggish; If your op
pqtjtp is capricious aud uncertain; you
mod a Sarsaparilla- Fur peat results
take Du Will's. It recommends ilsolf.
T. W. Hanks, tbe wngun maker at
llenry Wortmau's, Is probably tho
finest wood-worker In Vlnlta.
Goughl Ooutrhl Goughl
If you want to, but If you duslre to
stop, get a bottle ol Deggs' Cherry
cough syrup, it will stop your cough
iu five minutes. Sold and warranted
by A. W. Foreman,
Fronk Couch, deputy slier!!!, ap.
ppnrfd Monday and abut down on tljq
gamblris In short order.
FOR SALE AT COST,
Fine Arkansas river bot
tom farms near Vian and
R. L. OWEN,
33-tf Muskogee. l.T.
Jesse Cochran is "the right man in
tho right place" at tho head of the
treasury gu trds.
eji - i . in. .
De Witt's Sarflnpnrllla Is p)opaed
for cleansing the blood from Impuri
ties and dlsiase. It does this and
more. It builds up and strengthens
constitutions impaired by disease. It
recommends tsjl, P. Shannhan.
A very desirable house aud lot for
sale at n bargain; lWby2i)0 feet, ad
joining the properly of E N. HalcllfT.
Bogrgs' Ohorry Oough Syrup.
The greatest and hest-uQuglj syrqp, Jt
will relieve a couch nt-ickerstirer nd
mote effectually than anything on tho
market. Sold and wartauted by A. W,
Theio is nothing iu this world that
gives such perfect satisfaction for sll
blood disorders as Beggs' lllood Puri
fier and Blood Maker. It dries up
blotches nnd pimples ou the f jce.heals
old sores and eruptions, mnke a yel
low skin cle-ar and transparent and
keeps the bowels an I liver in perfect
condlilou. Sold and warranted by A,
Health and happiness are relative
conditions; at any rate, Ihero can bo
Ifltle happiness without health. To
give (ho body its full measure of
strength and energy, the blood abonld
be kept pure aud vigorous, bv tlie uso
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Drown'a Iron Tonlo.
This Is nature's great restorer of
hoallli; i Is pleaeant and agreeable to
the taste; ami can be taken and re
tained by tho most delicate stomach;
ll Is the only preparation f iron Hint
IwiH-nnt enustipute Hie bowels, or
nincaeu nr uesiroy Hie teeth It Is caa.
Ily and readily taken up and assimi
lated ny tbn blood, Hint Is, therefore,
the greatest relllldl known fur irnnnrnl
debility, dyspepsia, Indigestion, ner
vonsness, lemale dlsenses, scrofulo,
tvpholil fevers, and all diseur.es and
Impurities or llio blood Try sample
boltlo. For sale by A W, Foreman.
AN IDEAL FAMILY MEDICINE
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To close out the following
lots we offer . them at the
bargain seekers' own prices:
i lot Kellcy-Goodfcllow stamped
$2.50 shoe at
1 lot Oxford Tics, pat. tip, price
1 lot Kelley-Goodfellow "Peer
less" shoes, price $2.00, ;lt
1 lot Kelley-Goodfellow Misses'
Dongola, pat. tip, price 1.75 at
1 lot Hamilton-Brown mens shoe
"5 million," 9s, 10s & 1 is, i.7?,at
1 lot children's oil goat school
shoes, price 1.50, at
1 lot Misses' patent tip shoes,
price 1.50, at
i lot Kelley-Goodfellow Misses'
"Peerless" shoes, price 1.75, at
These are all good honest
shoes but broken lots; and
they must go at once.
RIGHT IN THE
J. 8. THOMPSON
Has opened one of the Finest
and M.ost Extensive Lines of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Hats,
THIS TOWN EVER SAW.
PRICES are an object with the people. This is
the house that brought low prices to Vinita.
lied Rock has not been reached; the sounding pole
is out and we expect to touch bottom
If we haven't what yoii
want, will send for it.
Groceries and Provisions
A fine Line of
And the employment of an experienced
waiciii.KiKcr gives us one more departs
mem., tMne Watches Carefully Repaired
and ets Figure,
smsmtmst f ; uu y
are always Stocked up on.
Lee Barrett Still Running Down Price!
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LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S SADDLES
ALL KINDS TEAM AND BUGGY HARNESS.
Full Line of Collars in
R. C BOLINGER.
Hliolcsale nnd Retail Dealer Ih
And Musical Merchandise.
Lowest Factory Prices.
Tho, Very Easiest Terms.
704 GARRISON AVE.,
Ft. Sraitli7 .rlsiarLssLs:
fTioaa and Catalogiioa EVoo.-tfeT
Hardware, Implements and Machinery.
SPF.CIAL FIGURES A2JD GRADES OF BUGGIES,
SURRIES AND ALL SPRING
IWFine Line of Groceries in Cnnnpriinn
Vinita, Indian Territory.
A complete stock of Builders' Material,
Cement, Limn. Lnth, Doors, Windows.
Mouldings, Mixed Points, Wall Paper, Etc.
Yellow Pine Finishing Lumber Cypress Shingles a Specialty
PRICES FURBISHED ON APPLICATION.
AVERY PLANTER COMPANY
-SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
STATION A, KANSAS CITY, MO.
CROSS YOUR MARES AND IMPROVE YOUR
STOCK AT THE
COBB STOCK FARM.
Time of Service,
. 11 . ...... 1
SIR JOSEPH, spmN J 4 w
11 his colts are solid colors
at time of svice. rWrite fur caMloffue. .
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Harness and Saddle Line
W. L. TROTT.
Legislator, No. 12669, by
Embassador; First dam
Comma, by Strathmore.
Outlive by Onward ; First
dam Edith by Mambrlno'
Jurisdiction, by Wllkes
wood ; Fir3t ,lam Comma
"ty ' ' '
iiigu, ui.icK wiiu Rwjsiry now.
- , Tickms: $3.oo cfa, 1
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