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Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
AH Horse Ailments,
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HORSE EDITOR'S COLUMN
BOMB NOTES ON THE RBOBNT
Now Plan of Entries Suggested
and for Providing Promlums
Earllor Announcomout Urged.
TI10 thirteenth nununl fair of
the Vinlln. Fair association, just
over, has probably uecn tbo best
In its history as regards racing
and, nftor all, that is tlio great at
traction to nearly overybody who
attends a fair. Of eourso tho
pumpkin and crazy quilt features
are very nccesfary additions, as
every ono then can go without bo
iiiR hold up to postercty as lior
riblo examples of worldliness
Thoro was a greater number of
horses and good ones ut this meet
ing than it is tho good forluno of
many largor fairs to have. Tho
racing was excellent and nearly
every one a contest from beginning
to end, and all, including tho
lioraomci. themselves, left Viuita
well pleased. Tho purses wore
liberal and promptly paid and tho
racing was notably Irco (with one
exception) from "fixes" and
"jobs," and this one instance,
owing to tho sagacity of tho ofli
cials, was detected and very
promptly and properly "sat up
on " Tho horsemen all are unan
imous in saying that Vinita has
tho best track in tho western coun
try and while it is still new it is n
safo and comparatively fust one.
If tho association would study
their best interest now and keep
up tho strong interest alrcadv
taken in their meetincs. tht-v will
open at tho beginning of the new
year a book of stakes, all of them
properly classihcd and guaran
teed, which will mako the purses
1-ugor and cabicr for both horsc
11 on and themselves. For in
staiic u.z? .pen n stake of 8500
for two year olds and havo them
nominated as early as tbo first of
March, with 815.00 to accompany
tho nominations; it is not un
reasonable to supposo or expect
that they will receive as many as
twenty nominations: here, then,
is already S300. Isow there is
$15.00 moro to bo paid the first of
May, when perhaps four out of
tho twenty will forfeit, leaving
sixteen to pay; this is 8550 already
and tho So.00 additional which will
bo charged to say as many as ten
starters will run. " This figures up
to 8000. This is a much moro sat
isfactory way than to charge tho
ten per cont. entrance and penal
izo the winners an additional five
per cent.: it will also fill the stakes
and enable the association to givo
larger purses and relieve them
selves of the rcsponsibilty of
making them up from gato re
ceipts, etc. It will, beside?, at
tract larger crowds, better horses
and horsemen, and leave the treas
urer, ut the end of settling up, a
replenished instead of a depleted
Of course it will not do to drop
all other features of the fair for
racing, and while tho writer has
been talking from a racing stand
point he recognizes tho luct that
no raco meeting in this western
country can be a suecocs unless the
godly are given an excuse to look
on and (-liaro in the "sport for
kingi," The big pumpkins and
rosy-cheeked apples the rains,
bulls and lambs shuuld bo just ns
well and belter taken care of than
before. -Aunt Mariah's quill and
Mrs. Jones bread should have just
us prominent space and just as big
a premium; Deacon Wayback's lat
hogs a little larger piece of blue
ribbon. And it will be no great
matter if the worthy deacon does
find himself retting in the grand
stand after his morning's work nnd
the horses do race on the track in
front of him between 2 and 0 p. m.
It is not his fault and it is not to
be supposed that he will give up
his comfortable seat just became
they aro there.
llcgin now to talk about next
year's fair and do not put it off un
til tho last few weeks, when peo
ple have made other engagements,
fell them early in tho year that
there e more attractions, big
ger premiums and larger crowds at
Vinita than at the cross-roads faim
in Kansas or Missouri, and the
harvest for Vinita nnd the Vinita
Fair association cannot help but
SHOUT HOnSR TALK.
Dick Bassett roturned to his old
stamping ground in fine shape, as
his ttireo lieats in 50 1-2, 51 and
52 1-2 go to show.
Cannon Ball's riding was much
admired at tho fair, he winning
every time he Htarted but onco and
then wuh left at the post
John fiunlcr's win with the old
saddle horse whs a popular one.
"Undo Hob" Taylor is going
into tho horse buBinosx, having
purchased a finely bred ttallion
during the fair.
J. 1', Drake, of Chelsea, had his
pacers Iganulah and Ouida Casrack
hero bm there was no race for
them. Thuy were much admired
Bros. Warren and Cobb captured
Hovural yards of ribbin with their
The pneumatic tired sulkies
were a source of great intercut and
speculation to the, many who had
not teen them before.
Tiotting horses were conspicu
ous by their absence, a wrong
state of aiTuirs.
Will Miller ha caught the in.
splration and dcclareit he is going
to havo an A 1 driving horso, even
if ho has to ruiso it.
It would he udvisablo for our old
settler friends to mako arrange
ments with Agent Wisdom to make
tho old settler payment. If they
would allow him a small per cent
oge, enough to enable him to make
Mia Inrrrn lmnfl rnntttriifliint luaa
than n million and a half dollar? .
it would save them soveral thous
and dollars, for if tho department
has to appoint a paymaster in tho
cast he will be allowed two and a
half per cent.Benliticl
Tho wfu of tho
CitriipyJlcd a short
Into ex Gov.
time since at
ON DEDS AND BEDDING.
Houarkcr-rt Apt to IMy Too I.lttle Attm.
tlon to Nlrrtlra of HtnoTAtlnR.
Amonj? tho many duties of tlio houso
wlfe there U ono which la absolutely
neglected. Hedslcruls nnd their furni
ture rnrcly receive all tho attention re-,
quired for Insuring health and perfect
cIcnnllncK.1. In some houses beds are
Instinctively left to bo attended to nt
the traditional ''spring cleaning," or
the mistaken notion that, ns the mat
tresses nro turned, tho bed clothes re
moved every day, etc, there Is hnrdly
nny possibility for tho accumulation
of such an amount of dirt and dust as
might bo uncomfortable or Injurious.
The query hns been mndo, Is this
spring cleaning lncvltnblo? Is It neces
sary to make a whole household
wretched nnd uncomfortable by con
densing Into ono or two weeks tho
cleanings and scrubblugs which would
bo far moro satisfactory nnd effectual
If carried out In an Imperceptible man
ner week by week, or month by month,
as occasion requires?
The Iron bedstead hns advantages
over tho older wooden one; but both
can bo kept In perfect order with a
minimum amount of attention, pro
vided this W given regularly.
The former harbor dust moro thnn
ono rcnllrcH, nscan cnslly bo seen by
lifting the Inths where they cross one
nuothcr; theso little nests, nnd every
corner should by dusted with a brush
nt Intervals, nnd not unless this pre
caution be taken can nny ono boast of
The mnln enemies nro dust, damp,
and moth, llrushlug must be extend
ed to the mnttrosscs, which hnrlxr
dirt nil along the edges, nnd especially
wherever n button Is fixed.
A good plan Is to tie a thick piece of
cloth nil over the laths, under the mnt
tresses. This serves a double purposes
It helps to keep the bedding clean nnd
saves much wear, ns the sharp Irons
cut Into tho mattresses nnd often cause
A loose hollnnd cover over the mat
tress, mndc to button tidily nt one end,
also goes 11 long way townrtl keeping It
clean. This can bo washed and changed
ns often ns need bo without much
trouble or expense.
Our grandmothers (who mostly used
feather beds) used to remake them nt
very rcgulnr intcrvnls, one room In the
liouso being dctoted to tho purpose,
the Indies of tho family, with their
heads tied up, themselvesdlrccting tho
operations of upholstrcss nnd mnlds.
The fenther bed Is nlmost n thing of
the past, nnd. alas! Individual atten
tion to such puerile mntlers Is almost
bencnth the consideration of mnny
housekeepers of tho present tiny.
If the mnttress, pillow or featherbed
only need freshening, nnd space Is not
too limited, the operation enn Ihj per
formed nt home, t'nplek the ticking,
remove the Hock of fenthers,plck them
all over thoroughly, nnd expose them
for twenty-four hours to the sun nnd
If this process should be necessary
during the cold weather, light n large
fire In n dry, nlry room (which lire, by
the way, must be carefully screened,
ns the lenst drought might cause the
feathers to fly about, and accidents
hnppcn only too quickly. '
The contents of pillows can easily bo
baked In a large oven, but whero
fenther beds are concerned It would bo
an endless mntter.
The neatest wny to put up valances
Is to run them on to n narrow wooden
lath fixed or merely lntd on the bed
stead Itself under the pnlllnssc.
The old-fnshloneil heavy counter
panes, which fceemed essential to
every householder's happiness, nre go
ing out of use, chiefly perhaps because
they nro so difficult to keep clean,
troublcvunc to wash at home (unless
there Is n grent deal of space), nnd very
soon ruined by the average laundress
who does not forget to chnrgc for "get
ting them up."
If any unwelcome visitors should
make their appearance In wooden
frames, they nre ililllcult to treat, on
account of the chinks in the uood;
nitric neid, however, soon disposes of
the most obstinate eases.
llenzlne collns Is n splendid cleansing
substance for Iron; when, however, this
may be considered too expcnsle, pure
parafllnc is a most cfllclent substitute,
though it requires a good ileal of airing
to obviate its unpleasant smell, which
Is the greatest objection to Its general
use. The Queen.
BECAUSE THEY WERE MEN.
Tbrjr Could Tell Kuril Otlirr llm Trnlli
'Without An Hunt t'rrllnc.
Here Is a conversation between two
men that I heard yesterday morning.
If they had been women I wonder what
would have happened:
"Have you met the new partner in
that firm yet?"
"Is he a young man?'1
"No; not very young. About your
age I should think."
"Do you think I am old?"
"Oh, not very old, but you nre con
siderably older than I am."
"I doubt that, but how old arc you?"
"I am thirty-six. How old nre you?"
"Then I am younger, but I thought
you were even older than that. You
"Oh, you think so?"
"Yes. Maybe It's the bald spot that
makes you look older. Then you hnve
an old figure, too."
All this was said in perfect earnest
ness, and yet the men parted friends.
"More trouble ahead, I perceive,"
remarked the cow, with signs of vexa
tion. "Indeed," observed her daugh
ter, inquiringly. "Yes, I read that
red parasols are to bo used again this
summer and I don't know what I shall
do, Just recovering from nervous pros
tration ns I am." Cincinnati Tribune.
An American elm will live under
favorable circumstances SIX) years, a
maple 500 years; the orange 010 ycirsj
the sequoia over '2,001 years. Hut a
'first-class scandal will llvo several
eons. Several Hint originated In early
Egypt are still living mil In good
The HUck Rre flown.
An effective trimming for a black
crge gown Is black watered llk edged
with narrow ecru lace. The conspicu
ous revcrs aro of watered silk, with the
lace finish, and the flaring cuff Is treated
In the same manner. Tlio vest In theso
serge gowns Is cither a black watered
silk waistcoat, which (Its in tullof-madu
fashion, or It Is a fluffy affair of black
chiffon, crossed with parallel Insertions
of ecru lace, (iowns of black-faced
cloth are charmingly trimmed thisyear
with Jet mingled with a touch of gold
passementerie. One fancy Is to havo
an infinitesimal baud of the bright pas
Kcmcnterlo outline the gores of the
othcrwUe sombre skirt lllack and
gold Is a combination much In favor
thU eaon, N. Y. World.
A Sail Affliction.
Little Johnny Tommy Dalil's father
wants to hcnil hlii to college, hut It
won't bf any use, He'a ncar-iiih'lited,
Aunty Ho might tvear cyo-glaumM.
Llttl4 Johnny Hull! Tho idea ol
anyone tryhiff to play foot-ball with
Ufa I an over-crowded car
WJioro lata can cither inHka or mar
Thou wlio get aoata ueurp tho vaapa
Whilo luckless touU mutt clln to alrap
In good times people buy
what they wish; in bad
times they buy what 'they
must. When money comes
most easily it goes most
readily: but when a silver
dollar looks as large as a
Kansas Jimmi-canc and is
fearfully lonesome its own
er clings to it until he finds
a bargain. Me has a big
dollar and wants a big dol
lar's worth, and he is right.
We have endeavored at a 1
times to sell Groceries and
Provisions at prices that
satisfied the most' exacting.
And now with a fair pros
pect of good crops, together
with the Strip money float
ing around, we are still in
the front. We want your
trade, and if low prices and
fan dealing be any induce
nient we are bound to have
it. You will'find everything
that may be had at a first
class Grocery Establish
ment. Call and sec what
the purchasing power of a
dollar will do for you.
East side of railroad track.
Of the United
States Committee on
LEATHER GOODS! .
Tho U. S. Committeo hns de
cided that ....
JSL&EL.'JZXISI works tho best
material and employs tho best
workmen in tho Indian Territory.
Him to the Public.
East stdo track
Saddles and Harness.
Green Livery Stable,
Opposite now block,
Livery, Feed :
sg Sale Stable
J.P.GREEN, Vinita, I. T,
( 'atom Applied For.)
I haven lure iirrrenlltit or sll Olieairt to
which hcgar talijrcl fie Will rrmcly In
tliii"anl Uon'l nrnit till tour hoict are tick It
wilt nl uff lltre If utrl In time, Ihl.
rrinrtljr It urpirrrrnllror llngMiolera It
w ill rolnc- extra onnlt nr pnrk ami will
Irate your lun In rictllrnt cnmlltlnn Matla.
ftctlon rninranlfttl 8ee wrapper lor iltrre
Jlnna. Aihlre onlera to Jul.mS
RTFRI FR Maaafartarer
I t-Ot-Lri) and Proprietor,
CofLoyvillc, - Ivansas.
Buy None But the Genuine!
3,000 Horchanls Sell Hawkes'
2,000 of'them hnndled other spec
taclos without cucccss, showing
tho great popularity of HAWKES
SPECTACLES ovor all others.
H'j Optical Plant and Factory
is ono of the most complete in the
United States. Established 23
years ago. Theso famous glasses
aro fitted to the eye at
A. W. Foreman's, Vinita, l,T,
WHITE IS KIIB.
tfhe Best atlslyinjg
.IN THE WORLD.
1000 fluents Wanted.
WKIl'K VOB IKKMS, ADDHKSH
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
S. B. KIRBY,
; . , Llttl Hock, Ark.
ttxhxxa., rwx). ter1
STRICTLY A NEWSPAPER.
Subsorlntlon 9 1 .SO a Yoar.
Job Work of All Kinds
Patronize the Photog
rapher that is reliable,
prompt and makes the
. finest finished photo
graphs made in the In
dian Territory. en
Located In Vr ui en
Vinita, 1889. r-U W L.p
X"ticinlr Ilomi Xn&uatxy;
ARE NOW OPEN.
dinger Alo, Champagno Cldor,
Soda Water of All Kinds,
Carbonated Soltzor Wator
r.r TiVW Im,
Hot Soda and Chooolato,
? rj rpa!r Br. ilfi.l Dri.kt
Shorry nnd Blackberry Wlno,
AM Qoods Made from Strictly
Pure Sugar and Fruit duicesl
800 DOZEN QUARTS PER DAY.
Trade Fran Surroaailloa Tottoi Solicited.
A.. D. Cubine,
Manaficlarer or A Dealer In
BOOTS Ml SHOES
Docs all kinds of boot and shoe work
and guarantees a fit and satisfaction In
CTcry respect. 1'artlcs desiring work
can send tliclr nnmesand addrcsncvi and
will reeelro n circular giving TuU di
rections liow to measuro the foot.
J. W. CUIII.NK, rnreman, lias ilono
nothing else for jcars and Is kIUiil'
better satisfaction In tlio boot business
than any man In the IV EST.
Patronize Home Industry !
Trees, Vines, Shrubbery,
a Plants, Etc. s
Our trees aro grown and trained
with low heads especially adapt
ed to this western country. Wo
do our own grafting nnd budding,
and consequently know that our
trees are true to name. Our as
sortment of apple and peach, trees
is complete. When in the city visit
tho nurseries and inspect our stock
ana mannor of growing, and may
hap placo your order with us.
Vinita, I. T.
Wrlto for Prloo List.
AT VINITA, I. T.
Ill tho.fl whn neiil th troaliiiunt Itir tin.
I.l'inor, Morphine urlobaecu habile: 'llieln
iiiuiiuii lucairu at vinita lor inn iurne ur.
rra greater Induetrnrnta than enr other or the
kind In the Uulied Mtatea
In the drat place, it U away from aaloon In
flueneo In Hie lecond place, the chargie are
lower by hall than any other
Una Inetllnilnii ha linn In operation one
sear under Hie charge of J It Trull M II,
a Kraiinaiaofiniiliciue, wlih iliirty.fl yrara
rkrieiiie He ha hi rn tre.nnriit ami
ciimpouiKla add ailmlnUte-a all of lilt iiinll
ciura lie l by IhU ineana able t'l ednilnltter
I" mil patient i lie irrnirtli of medicine adapt-
l to each Individual eae
'Hi . treatment haaiiren o rediireil In I Tire
aa tobrlnir it In reach of all wlioilrirelt llir
price ror either the l.iimr or aiorjililnu cum la
.vi U'i the 'I.Iikco turn la 3 ui tent b ex
preet to any edilreta nn receipt or I hi prli e
Au)one lekln the l,iciinr ur ilnrphlrtr cure
not aatufjed that the treatment la a annua
will liare their mnner rrfunilc-l to theui when
the treatment ultnlilinl
I lilt treatment haa proven Perfect turceta
Every patient wlm hat In ken It haa b'n thor
i'lllilt enrol ami not ailnalennehaarelnrneil
10 the habit again. Inn are. Invited tn Inveitl
afalo Ihla treatment belore fnu elaewhere
Iblt yon can do by crrr.p Iinx wllh the
prnmlnent bmlneaa and prnfeitlonal men of
Vinita CerllfJealca Irnm peraona who hare
been cored or all of thete liabila onder thla
trealDi.nl, together wllh their lioitonlce ad
dreia will ba cheerlnlly furnlabed on apptlea
linn by mail, to Ihat anyone deilrlnr may
enter fnto rorreepondence with them, Thla la
Any communication addreaied to J II
Trott, M II , will meet with a prompt re.
aiK)nie and all lettera are treated at eonflden.
J. R. TROTT, M. D
Uek box tail, Vlnlla, Ind. Ter,
Oa-.et In Chlefltln building.
d. i. ellTott." "
Pxyor Creels, ... Ind. Tor.
At) lenl puicm ilrHAiiHiiil ntknowl
oilved. COLLECTIONS A 8PGCIAUTY.
Uancomaai near maUny the money ootol
a hard account at tnj man la the lnlp Ter
bit anil llt In
rnch eari both
aomeon lilp and
earns on ahonl
O. V. ROQBRS,
CUrernor. Ind. Ter.
J- JH 0 t)4i
BavT? Teiaa eel.
"W H lie
Oheliea, I. T.
Stripe aenaa tM
"uatii Ore of U
rlfit, aadirllipe la
""fit (" "fUtS!
Itanr on rota US
M mllfi umutaael d
Oie-op, Kan. llarll
florae bnaA 1
aeid uocpt for
S. H. MAYES.
Prjror Creek, I. T.
fork and nd
derbll In one
In tna otner.
All cattle are
branded 8 A
and noteb on
oie. nan re
Alio 7 heart
an left aide A
f ah laft law
A few branded J W E on tide.
J. O. HOGAN,
Tryor Greek, I. T.
Swallow fork and
rtanie on fryor
Vinita, I. T.
on Dl( IJabln
creel, 7 mllea
wetl of nine
Jacket. Cattle ofthla
ment. 100 reward
J. H. BARTLES,
Nearly alt have right born lipped
Adair, I. T.
Ovtvblt A na
derblt In right,
anderhlt In the
ed AH (connect
ed) on the len
Itange on Pry
f. e. smith,
Wagoner, I . T.
tween II I g
creek and Ver
In patture 2
mllea wetl of
The left ear
O. H. ARMSTRONO,
Ooodys IllulT, I. T.
Some cattle have f.l
alioi mark, crop both
eera, apllt In right, had
originally underblt In
Itange at month of
Hone brand OA on
I -on right hip A' Uh
right tide. Left ear
trnoDeai underblt In .
Itange 10 mllea tooth
a. L. WABHBODRNH,
Stnithwest City, JIo.
Smooth erop In each
(or, onderblt In tight.
Itange llouod Spring
mlrle.8 mllta eatt of
left Jaw and thigh.
iinrie nranai u on
8omo cattle brandtd
on len hip,
ST. If.HItMAN, Chetopa, Kbb.
e Dlllin II
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
I.artnt'etotk In tontbern Kantta
WOOD and METALtO COFFINS,
Fraetlcil EroUflmert, Telegraph ordtra at
IT7V. . y
M EidM HJ9L!
THE LUVE STOCK MARKET
OF ST, LOUIS.
THE ST. LOJJIS NATIONAL
Located at East SI Loan, 1(1.
Mrictlyoppoilte the clly of 81 I.ooli
era ror an ueecripsion of i.iva Block alwavi
attendance, and within the ground! of the
Cloak Tarda It a Ueef Canning Company, wllk
a capacity far tltoghle ileir l.ooobeadof callla
dally, and Vork I'aktng Ktubllthnitnlt hive
aeapaelly tit tlaugbttilag tl.too bogs dally,
ISAAC H. KNOX, FfM,
BHAS, T. JNKS ut
frifaUefftleTVTUlU ImbtW ft If ,ff
P, 1 D
J, O. nAIiL,
Vinita. Indian Torrltorr. .
"u""l ."-' ililhl hr.na.
Ho on Curl ertek.
V) reward lor eontla
lien or then of tbeaa
Vinita, X. T.
Qrav off Uo left ear,
tuvierlilt In Mini.
lUnje aorth and eail
none branii O T
WM, LITTLB, ,
Vinita, Ind.Tor. '
Crop left, crop and an.
uranu uo nip or aiao.
half crop light.
ninie on White Oak.
O. A. WILLIAMS,
Coouys Blub, Ind. Ter.
lrt ahonlder on
tide X on hip. ttania
W. H. NOBLES,
arte n Tllati
a a raadjjMl
Chouteau, Ind. Ter.
C,rcl.onnk.,lth.,U . M .ld. ii
i neck, either
H Una or
et ea necki
I'lV d.wa'V.. VeeVtVon iWa and blpi aon..
raadad t o- o on left 'alde llont braad 0 11
b left ihonUer r thigh. Ilaaga oa otionteat
It rryor crteaa. "-
It II. TAYLOBT"
tosUfllee YlniU, I. T.
ear ten a til
aaltaa a a if
Prjor Creek, Ind. Ter.
Some ateera branded
atrip acron tb noae.
Cowa branded LAO
Crop and apllt each ear
Range neat Pryor
W. W. UtLLBB.
VlnltA, A. r.
Oheliea, Ind. Ter.
Baarii Kerek e4
O. P. WILLIAMS,
Miami, I. T.
Either hip. Range
on Cow creek and
Hark i Crop right,
airland, Ind. Ter.
tide. Uark, ere
and apllt Ik
watt of Blae
W. P. RINQO,
Nowata, I. T.
I aw E?
Imirini fl '"un,
bit len crop
thecrnit r on
Mark I Swallow fork and under- ,",n!iv""::
bit len, tmoolh crop len. ' "'
Cattle aold only for thlpment Nowata. febM
JOHNSTON!? & KBBLBR,
nn right eldeiioma
BBS have the bae J
on right tide with.
I oil the erntt T art.
oar old brtndi tad en
marka Ilaaga on tht
wetl tide of Carey vlv
, eran Oaablaartak,
i'ostolllrfi at Chelsen, Intl. Ter.
.' fjloteeroo off left eari
overbl in right
Alto J O on hip nr
Mange ilk mllea wetl
N, 8IUNNER, Vinita, Jnd Ter.
In a e li
ghllSlAtAudK, fc .