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I. M. MARKS, Editor.
M. E. MILFORU, Manager.
VlNITA, lND. TEIt.,OcT. 18, 1804,
Rkad Green McCurtnin's plan
far allotment submitted In his re
port to tho Choctaw council, print
ed in this issue.
The Sentinel says that somo of
things to be considered by council
is tho abolition of tho Advocate
and moving tho capital to Fort
Thk anti-allotment people have
begun to discuss tho question in a
way that shows clearly that they
bcliovo something will soon
One of the very first quostions
to ho tackled by tho council
should be tho national debt. Let
samo aspiring mombor int'-'neo a
Butler, of the Advocato, is mad
because his ancestors wero white,
but he should and might bo still
more exorcised on account of tho
length of his own cars.
A anEAT many peoplo are visit
ing Vinita every week and are as
tounded at tho rapid growth of our
city. Electric lights and street
cars can almost be seen, they are
Theue aro plenty of people in
tho Cherokeo nation who would
accept all the concessions from the
Dawes commission they can get.
But tho "Indians for revenue"
don't want any belter tiling than
they already have.
It may bo difficult for tho reader
to determine which page of The
Chieftain is tho best, but tho
publishers know that the page
with tho most advertising is the
ono entitled to the credit for tho
goodness of all the rest.
L. L. Duckwoiith, of Going
snake, was in the city some days
last week and took occasion to say
that Sam Mayes would mako
nearly a clean sweep in his dis
trict; that tho National party was
not going to support Ross.
It now transpires that Col.
Breckenridge has not only to suffer
political defeat in the Ashland
district but has been suspended
from tho church. Who knows but
that tho timo is approaching when
woman will not be tho only suf
ferer in a case like that of the
Hon. Gheen McCuiitain, in liis
annual report to the Chootaw
council, says: "Tho danger which
threatens us and which will finally
over-run us is tho influx of white
people into our country. This
tido of emigration was stronger
last year than the year before; it
is stronger this year than last; and
it will b stronger next year than
tii." This is truth crystalized
into a very fow clean-cut sent
ences. It. R. Keys, of Ringo, was in the
city Monday and made The Chief
tain office a social call. There
are few better posted Cherokees in
the country than Mr. Keys. Ho
was a bosom friend of Rolland
Ridgo and is overflowing with
Cherokeo history. The gentle
man is a strong advocato of allot
ment and believes that the Dawe3
commission are true friends to the
Cherokees and that our people are
stanuing vory much m their own
light in not treating with them.
The mission of the Dawes com
mission to this country is to allot
tho lands and Capt. McKennon
ouys that it is not a question as to
whether it will be dono or not, but
how best to do it to protect the in
terests of the peoplo concerned
and advance their condition. This
commission will soon have been
in this country a year and is now,
it is said, at work on its report to
congress, This report is eagerly
looked forward to by all parties
concerned and may contain some
thing on which congress may build
an enactment that will solve tho
p robl em .
Tin: anti-ailutment papers in
this country aro with groat unan
imity making a labored attempt to
fix the sentiment in favor of a
division of land on tho non-citizen
elemont of the country. This is
probably resorted to in the absence
of cnything better to offer. Tho
absurdity of this charge is too
apparent to need any demonstra
tion, but to the eastern philan
thropist it might possibly got a
h cuing. The fact is if there is
any cluss in (his country that are
perfectly satisfied with existing
conditions it is tho non-citizens
resident Jiero. As tho country
Dow efsndf,, thoy can uharo what-
evr (h wm3fSdL "ote 48 anu
are jmmmtmwmwk w. t
Onwi r- ' Jitf.-yr
THB OHIBF OBBTAOLB.
Tho Dawes commission ha
been very reticent about what
bo embraced in their roport to tho
sccrctaiy oi tho interior, but there
aro somo things that thouhl bo em
braced in thoir roport and to which
we desire to invito nttontion. Two
influences operating horo have de
layed and may prevent tho In
dians of tho five tribes coming to
an agreement with them.
First, a fow men hay control
and are receiving largo incomes
from tho property which bolongs
to tho Indians, whilo tho real In
dian and the ones that descrvo tho
especial caro of tho government is
living in poverty and many of
them in destitution. Thcso men
who control nearly all tho valua
bio properly and aro deriving large
incomes from it, desiro to perpot
uato tho existing situation, and ox-
ort themselves to make tho In
dians believe tho change desired
by tho government would prove
disastrous to thorn. Thoy repre
sent that tho Dawes commission is
hero to rob them ol their land and
to impoverish them. This, too,
m the face of tho fact that tho com-
mission from the lime it entered
the territory, has proclaimed to
tho Indians its desiro to divido
among them equally all the lands
they now have, and to mako a
hundred and Bixty acres of it in
alienable for any length of time
thoy may desire.
Second', tho office holding class
believe that a chango of govern
ment would prevent them from
obtaining so many offices, and tho
most disreputablo among them
know that in any decent com
munity they would stand no
chance of political preferment.
This class misrepresent the ob
jects and purposes of tho govern
ment, and the proposition of the
commission, and by falsehoods
play upon and excite tho fo.irs and
apprehensions ot tho Indians, and
causo many of tliem to look with
dread upon any chango.
If the commission, in its report,
shall make these things clear to
the government at Washington,
there will be no hesitation by tho
president or congress in applying
a remedy-Jor tho condition of
things existing here, which is no
. I.. t.-'l l"--4 I ,
lonuusiy uau, uuu uv lunger
We know tho commission has
full knowledge of these things, and
however unpleapant the duty, wo
believe they havo the courage to
say them in unmistakable lan
guage. If they havo the good of
the real Indian at heart, as the
president believed when he ap
pointed them, they will speak in
no uncertain languago upon these
Bill Hendeiison thinks possibly
there is a mistake somewhere and
that Sara Mayes may perhaps not
have a "dead cinch" on being
elected next summer. The Chief
tain surmises that Bill, like the
people oi Judah, is still looking
for tho coming of a deliverer. The
more tho merrier: 'twould be a
wonder if wo did not have several
mora nominees between now and
August 5th, 1895.
Bill Rooeus, oi Skiatook, was
over last week for the first time in
several years. Ho is opposed to
The Chieftain's allotment cam
paign and Bays ho has but ono
farm either; Ii6 is, further, opposed
to monopoly and presumably
thinks it can bo cured by othci
means but did not indicate how.
Stan Gray, of Canadian, while
up last week, took occasion to say
he was not in favor of allotment.
He admitted however that in his
section of the nation tho wire fence
and tho intruder are not such form
idable factors as they aro up this
way. His proposition is to rem
edy tho evils by local legislation,
juBt how he did not stato.
The Chieftain greets a number
of new subscribers this week, and
welcomes them into tho family of
tho best posted peoplo on earth.
A Student's Letter.
Mit. Editor : Perhaps some
notes from Friends school, Skia
took, I. 'I'., will be of interest to
your many readers. I came here
Sept. 18, and the longer I stay the
better I like it Sunday school,
preaching, bible class and Chris
tian endeavor occupy our timo well
on Sunday. The Gleanor's liter
ary society reorganized on tho
5th. Tho weekly meetings. I
think, will bo very interesting.
There are over 30 pupih in the
home and all of us with the super
intendent, tei.chors and helpers
intend going after pecans before
long. Wo havo a splendid view
from tho Osago Hill near by.
Some of my pchool mates are:
Charlie Fields, Wm. Muskrat,
George Williamt, Edgar Barber,
Wm.. 8unday, Randolph Settle,
Walter and Daniel Brim. Hoping
my first attempt in writing for a
paper will not bo slighted, I am
Your friend, Roy Biciham,
The cotton crop of the Choctuvv
and Cliickipaw nations and part of
the Ohorokce is very large, but the
price is so low that the landlord's
of onc-IeuMN onlv nets in
two immnun acre for huf
FORT SMITH COURT,
REPORTED BY OUR SPECIAL
A Largo Number "'Fesa up," Borne
aro Oonvlotod ana Quito a
Sprinkling Deny tho Allegations
Jailor Baxter and Son In an
Sunday night Jeff McCoy wont
to McKcy Willi two men whom ho
introduced to N. S. Drake as tho
Davis boys. Lator tho socallod
Davis boys demanded Drake's
monoy and wlion ho rofused ono
of them drow a largo knifo and
threatened to cut the throat of
Drako's baby. McCoy has been
arrestod as an accessory. Ono of
tho robbers has been identified as
the brother of Lovi Sanders, who
was killed near Tahlcquah last
Juno after ho had lobbed tho Fort
Gibson hack and killed a woman.
Lewis Uigglns was triod on a
chargo of adultery and tho jury
l.ilicu to agree.
John Ij. Springston was appoint
ed Cherokee interpreter.
Fuyetto Hudson, Jeff U. Shaw
and John W. Firostono, conspira
cy; Asa Singer, assault, two years;
Win. Edmonds,larceny,8ix months
in jail; Joe Nellie, muking Choc
taw beer, 830; Tillman Burgess,
larceny, threo years; Chas. Turn
bull, larceny, threo yearsj'Gcorge
Gunter, larceny, threo years, Silas
Childrs, a'snultj Ad Reeves and
Dock Dudley, introducing; Sam
Downing, alias Hickory, murder;
James Fielding, adultery, three
years; Ben Kctchor, intimidating
witnesses; Ambrose Buflington, in
troducing and selling.
Lizzie Jung, making malt liquor,
finn 810: Simon Monia, same, 820;
Ed Hall, same, 810; John Pictor,
same, 810; Clarenco Ullone, intro
ducing and selling, ono hour and
830; Boston Wright, same; O. W.
Sequoyah, introduing, ono hour
and 820; R. A. Dunn, same, one
hour and 810; C. M. Williams,
same, twenty days and 820; John
Jones, malt liquor dealer, 820:
Newton Overman, introducing and
selling, fifty days and JJ120; Thom
as Wiliiams, introducing, one hour
and 815; Robert Harris, larceny,
sixty days; Ben Mayes, larceny,
three years; Reuben Bourland,
counterfeiting. Tho balance of
tho whisky cases and penalties as
sessed were as follows: Angelo
Ducco, ono hour and 820; Ed Am
aker, forty days and 8110; Frank
Osborne, 815; John Ward, and
Lee Ward, forty davs and 8100;
Cul Vahn, thirty days and 8100;
John Allen, Frank Prater, Will
Gardenhirofifty days and 8120;
Chas Scott, forty-fivo days, 8115;
Walter Smith, forty days, 8110;
Walter Sunny, Susan Chotka, for-ty-fivo
days 8115; James Mars, flf
ty days 8120: Saleth Allen, eixty
days 8150; Eldridge Pace, thirty
days, 8100; John Bradshaw, Elijah
Aiien,unriy days, giw; iiud way
burn, one hour, 815; Julius Foutz,
ono hour, 830; Wm. Gibbs, fifty
TLEAD NOT GUILTY.
Whisky charges Walter Semry,
John Holder, Will Wiraer, Henry
Beck, Susas Chotka, Chas. Erwin,
W. J. Kuhn, Thomas Kerry John
Hays, John, Zed and Ed Culver.
Anthony Ross, Ben Ketcher, Bill
Chastian, John Sirnms.
Assault Riehard H. Smedlev.
Jame3 Mosley, Silas Childers, Ja's.
Uavis, iaylor Ucden, Solomon
Waller, Dan Lahay, John Ellis,
George Whiteturkey, John Ren
froe, John Brown, Samuel Easter
ly, Gcorgo Nelson
Larceny Chas. Tumbull, Ben
Jfays,Dav Copple, Jack Hooper.
Counterfeiting or passing same
Gailey Johnson, Reuben Bourland,
Bribery Wm, H. DeWitt,
Adultery James Baxter. Jinks
Baxter, Mary Black, Scott Lauder
milk, Green Jaokson,
Murder James Keating, Ed.
Keating, Bob Hardin, Dennis Da
vis, Mary Kettering, George Wash
ington, Richard Calhoun.
Assault Bob Harris, Wm. Jor
den. Whisky Wm. Taboya, George
Breben, Cornelius Catcher.
Personating an officer Maxey
Personating an officer Sampson
Assault John Jorden, Robert
Whisky James Thomas, Robt.
Lane, Ran Lee, Lewis Bailey.
Larceny James Day.Bill Jones,
Emmet Jilnrnmitt, Chas. Jackson,
Sherman Moore, F. P. Glass, J.
Capt. Konedy, lately connected
witli tho Indian agency at Musko
gee, gives the following as his ob
servations on the question of di
viding tills country : "The out
ward sentimont among the Indians
is against allotment. The In
dians," ho sava, "are controlled
by office holders and citizens by
marriage, who are reaping a har
vest under the present government.
Of course thoy have a good thing
and aro opposed to allotment and
as they control the people, there
seems little hope of tho scheme
going through. In the Creek coun.
try, Homo of the Indians rent hun
dreds of acres of land at 5 cents an
acre from the nation and then rent
it to tho wiiito cattlo men for 81.50
an acre. No wonder they do not
want allotment. The Dawes com
mission has labored very earnestly
but I cannot eay thoy havo accom
plished very much. They did not
seom to catch the peoplo just
Sam Pcol lias not been an Indian
sentimentalist theso many moons
for nothing, Samuel had an ob
ject in view, and he has reached
this object in tho way of represent
ing tho Chichneaw government as
ijieir attornpy at Washington in
place of Gen, Payno. Ho will got
tno monoy nu tuo poor "Chicks"
will get tho experience.--Davis
i i i i 7mmm !. JJSSS
Treatment of the Rent Man.
Gon. II. B. Carrington, woll in
formed on Indian mattors, mado
an, address at Philadelphia recent
ly in which ho said: "Not many
days sinco I hold in my hand tho
great wampum treaty which Wash
ington made with tho Fivo Na
tions. It is six foot long and mado
in twelvo strands, and has 40,000
beads in it. On ono sid.i is a pic
ture of Washington and on tho
other a picture of Hiawatha, or tho
'Wiso man,' as ho was called. To
this 'Wise Man' wo owo to a largo
oxtont tho fact that wo havo our
national constitution. It wa3 ho
who gavo tho Iroquois Indians
their tribal and national lcglsl.
tion. Under him thoy had a sec
retary for war and Becrotary for
council and many other features
closely resembling our govern
ment at tho nrescnt dav. Thomas
Jefferson acknowledged that ho
was largoly guided in building the
framowork of our constitution by
tho oxamplo of tho Fivo Nations.
Tho fact that a bill passed tho
houso, and camo near passing tho
senate, by which tho land pos
sessed by tho remnant of that peo
plo would havo been wrestod lrom
them shows how bitter is the fight
against tho red man. It behooves
every christian to do his utmost to
seo that thoy get at least fair play.
Thcro has not been sinco the civil
war a single attack mado by the
reds upon tho whites but what was
brought on by tho whites. Tho
great Minnesota war was caused
by a white man stealing threo cows
from an Indian.
"I was appointed by tho govern
ment in 1806 to counsel with the
great tribes of the northwest about
granting a route for tho Pacific
railroad through thoir territory.
We wanted to run a lino over the
Black Hills, tho Powdor river, and
then through Montana. It was a
beautiful country, teeming with
game, antelope, elk, mountain
sheep and buffalo. I remember
going onco Iwenty-fivo miles thro'
a herd of buffalo which stood so
thick that our teamsters did not
dare to crack a whip for fear of
causing a stampede. There must
havo been 1,000,0000 of them in
the herd. This was the country
we coveted. A treaty tho year be
foro gavo tho Indians entire con
trol of it in return for concessions
made. So they called a council.
Couriers wero sent to the four
winds. Red Cloud, Sitting Bull
and a host of great chiefs and their
tribes answered tiie call. When I
arrived the plains around Fort
Laramie held at least 20,000 red
men. A platform for tho head
men had been erected. We wore
all sitting there, when twelve
wagon loads of provisions drove in
from Fort Leavenworth, as pres
ents to the Indians. Red Cloud
jumped up as he saw them, threw
away his mantle and said that the
red man was not to bo bribed. He
gavo tho signal and in an hour 1000
tents were struck and 20,000 In
dians wero rushing madly for their
mountain fastnesses. I telegraphed
to Washington for permission to
nrbitrato, but received ordors to
seize the land, and we did it."
Tho Good in All
There are men in this country
who aro continually engaged in
misrepresenting the motives of
their neighbors. There is no
greater test of genuine intelligence
and breadth of view than tho
ability to discover tho element of
truth in our opponents' position,
or to find in (lie attitude of the
mAn who proposes to deal with
somo question in an entiroly dif
ferent way from our own, a ray of
intelligence Our people have
pressing problems, from different
points of view, with their antagon
isms. We have tho monopoly and
financial indebtedness to solve.
Why do our reformers hato each
other and say 6uch bitter things?
You must be reasonable with each
other and give credit to those who
may toll you tho truth touching on
these vital subjects that affect tho
future interest of overy citizen of
this nation. Wo are eyen divided
on questions of educational meth
ods. xWe really need a graded
svstom of woik in our schools.
Wo hear men talkin on these
topics, (we mean our landed in
terests and our sources of revenue,
plus our national debt,) but they
fail to reduco it to writing and put
it before the people for their con
sideration. In overy department
of our government thoro is a con
stant temptation to overlook or
underestimate the fidelity and ser
vice of those in charge, and who
are trying to do all they can for
the country. "A man who does
not know how to learn from his
mistakes turns the best schoolmas
ter out of his life."Arrow-Tel
Tho Dost In tho World
VINITA, IND. TER.,
Offers to all an ACADEMIC EDUCATION com
plete, thorough and cheap.
Best Opening in its History of 13 YearsI
Information Gladly Given!
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Cor. 4th & Olive ats, ST. LOUIS, MO. '
Especial attention given to consignments of Groin nnd Gcnoral Pro.
duce, Refer to Dx J3. B. Ifvuyuer, Vinita, X. T. C2m
By tlia Physicians
' Spitting Blood
Given Over Ly tho Doctors!
LIFE GAVED BY
WEB'S CHERRY PECTORAL
"Keren yc.irs r.go, my nils liml n
scv-re Jitlnck of tang Irnulile wlilch
tho I'liyalel mi pronounce)! cnnuimptlmi.
Tho couigh nni extremely ctlstrrsilnt;,
eppi I illy nt night, nml wm frequently
nttciul-4 with the- spitting of blootl.
T.i ' ilw tori foeltijt mnlilo to help her,
I I iiliiecd lier to try Aycr's Cherry Pce
toril. jiii'l wijs virprlieil nt thn Brent
rell f It R.1VC. lloforo ihImr one whole
Ii illle. she wnn eureil. no Hint now she Is
an'! tinni.i nml hcilihy. Th.it thli
me II 'Ino s i oil my Ifc's life, 1 linye not
the lei-t iloul't." K. MonniSi Mem
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral
Rocelvod Hlglioot Awards
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
Tho Masons havo moved into
their new hall in tho Tumor block
Walter Eaton and Miss Maggio
Musgrovo were married at Clare
moro last week.
The aro thirteen divorco cases
on tho Newton county court dock
et for trial nt tho November term.
vIiss Minnio Chouteau and John
Shufeldt wero married at Lenapah
Monday. Both arc quito well
known in this vicinity.
Shotpouch, tho supposed slayer
of Yellowbltd Buzzard, is in custo
dy and will try at trial to shift tho
crime upon a boy who was present.
Since tho robbery ol tho Valley
depot at Claremoro last week tho
peoplo of that town havo taken
steps to form a protective associa
tion. Tho remains of ex-Gov. Wood
son, who died at tho residence of
his son, M. D. Woodson, nt Clare
more, wero interred at Leaven
worth. A boy at Checotali named Noah
Conger fell under tho wheels of a
passenger train a lew days sinco
and lost both his legs. Ho was
taking a short ride, just ns the
boys of this town are in the habit
of doing and in swinging off the
train, fell with his legs across tho
The following is from tho roport
of the grand jury at South McAles
ter : "Wo desiro to call tho atten
tion of tho cour to the practice of
the commissioners of duplicating
cases. We find a number ol in
stances in which thero aro two or
more defendants with tho same
transaction. The defendants havo
been tried nt separato terms and n
case mado of each, thero by mak
ing two lee bills and two cases out
of what should have been ono ac
tion. Wo siIsj find ono case in
which tho costs have been nearly
8300, where a very superficial ex
amination of tho papi rs by tho
commissioner would havo shown
To paraphraso tho "Shorter Cat
echism," tho chief end of the
politican is to get into office.
A watchman in Hvdo Park, an
aristocratic section of Kansas City,
was found murdered yesterday
morning at tho cellar door of
President Mosiior, of tho Indepen
dence Air lino road. Ho had run
upon somo burglars entering the
In tho future years to come
when a fair and impartial trial has
been given allotment, full juris
diction for our courts and stato
hood, tho Indian will seo that tho
white man is not his enemy and
that all tho so called agitation of
the boomer(?) press was for tho
best. Davis Progressive.
Allotment of tho Indian lands
in severalty, a oomplote jurisdic
tion lor our courts, statehood with
the Indian Territory and tho ter
ritory of Oklahoma combined, are
the three principal stepping stones
to future greatness for tho Indian
as well as the whito man. With
out theso the Indian Territory will
always be a barrier to progress and
ignorance and crime will bo ram
pant within its borders. Davis
Protect Your Eyes.
MR. H. HIR8CHBERO.
Tn wl. known Ky ExntrtorMK. H.trttt. New York, and
f.-iOliyeSt., Ht LonU, Mo., bit appointed A. W. rnmtn
rnt tot hli ctleurtled Non-Clineiil DpecttelM and
tr-UIuti, and rvry pair parchaied.la Roarantted.io that
at any time aehtng la nrcenarr (no ruattrrhow ecratehtd
the leoiei), they will furnlili the party with anawpatrof
flatlet. rre of charge A W foreman hat a rail ettart
men! and Iniitea all who with t aalltfy tbemielrra of tb
Kreat tope rlorlty at theie (lattea orer any and all olhrre nnw
tn me, to call and examine them at the atorr of A. W fore
man, enl agent Inr Vlulta, I T
.. ,?oageoila aalett ttanrtj "Xen-CkasajtaMe,"
No Teddlera Supplied
We have just received the
Largest line of Cloaks and
Capes ever shown in Vinita.
Every Garment is New and Stylish
And the Fit is Perfect.
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R CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
SURPLUS "rSSE $15,000.00.
'1 This Bank has an Unlimited amount of
MONEY TO LO.A.iSr
If. At Low RatcB of Interest whore tho Security is Ample.
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$ S. S. Cobb, Oliver Bagby,
a E. N. Ratclifi,
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Vinita, Indian Territory.
A completo stock of Builders' Material,
v Cement, Limn. Lath, Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Mixed Paints, Wall Paper, Etc.
Yellow Pino Finishing Lumbor Cypress Shingles a Specialty
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if rSnilBrS OF M8rCn8ltS very lowest prices It wUl poy to'seml
for our I'KIOE LIST at onco, stating quantity and varioty seeds wanted.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES on: Timothy Seed. Clo
ver Seed, Seed Rye, Blue Grass Seed, Etc.
m-Write for our Prlco List on FALL BULBS, now ready.
DON'T FAIL lo try thff famous OKIMSON CLOVER. Wo havo tho
true sood; Prlco $G.OO por bushel; peck $1.00; pound 25c. if sent
by mail, 2-bushel Bcamlcss bags 15a, extra.
L. E. ARCHIAS & BRO. ViW.!1-
'I'W Orowon, Importers, and Dealers In 8noda, Eto.
Excellent Style, with
We extend a cordial invitation
to the ladies of Vinita and vi
cinity to come in and inspect
our line of
11. C. Cook, Sj
Vicc-l'rcsldcnt. Caihicr. !t
IND. TER. H
2L S5.00 TO $5,000.00
B. F. Fortncr, II. C. Hall,
Milford, W. A. Graham, 3
B. B. Frays6r, II. C. Cook. j
W. L. TROTT.
Does a great deal of
at Low Prices and in
It. O. R. GRIFFITH,
Over W. W. Miller's hardware at
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T)R. W. W. BIIYAN,
Udd Olakbmork, Ihd. Tkr.
DENTISTIIY Practiced in all its do
OIIAS. W. DAY, D. D. S.
rcruiancntljr Located at Ylnlta, I.T.,
Satisfaction Guaranteed. r'
Olll co In now I'ntton building, back
of Urs. Kortner A Uagby. dec 8
ronTNEit & iiAumr,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
VINITA, 0. N.
Offlco tn new Pulton building, up
n. A. M. OLINKSOALBS,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
VIDUA, 1, 1.
Offlco np atalra In llaymonj building. Real
ilenca between the two chnrchca, at the Dr.
l'llea and other Rectal tronblea n aoclaltr
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vinita, - I. T.
- Calls promptly attended tonight
or day. - tfM
"P M. SMITH, 10-1
ATTO.RNEY AT LAW,
NOTAUY PUBLIC, LOANEKOKEh
Special attention glren given to trial of anlta.
Afwaja reaily to anawer your qnretlont anil
repir loronr inqninee.
Office In Opera Unld'g. VINITA, I. T.
With J. S. Thomaion, Vinita. I ml Ter
Speotactea anil KjTKlaiaee accurately Oltei
according to the llett Approred Scluntlfli
I. ?. BDEDSOI:
Cleveland, Ok. Ty.
And Real EsUU Agent.
.nrTeilne and locating of elalma a tpeclalt
Del ox deputy county aaryeyor or county Q It
aim.! me a two-fold advantage In locating
clalmanta. Writs me either aa abore.or at
Uhonl.'ao, inn. ler.
Established 1882. v
J, B, & G, H. SPANGLE,
Fine Repairing '
A Specialty -
' PEIRCE CITY
A School for Young Ladies
Fall Term Opens Sept. 13,'94.
' ' ' ' ' i"
Send for Announcement.
Addrosa R. D. SWAIN, Pres.,
sep27 Pierco Citv, Mo, '
Henry o Kendall College,
MUSKOGEE, IND. TER.
Open to both sexes, and both
Indian and -white students.
Three courses: Classical, Scien
tific, English and Musical.
Rates aro' very low. Parents de
siring to placo their children under
christian influences should write
for further information.
Fall term opens. Sept. 12, 1891.
For terniB and circulars writo
W. A. CALDWELL, President.
Is Doing a Rustling Business.
Close Figures on All Orders.
Jf you aro going to build,
givo liim a call.
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ONE PILL FOR A D02C.
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Jata. TJierai jillla eupplr Wli lliuiliit lulu la
Iiwil.l.r till M-7
aid (liar th. fc.
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