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inita, Ind. Tkii., Deo. 13, 1894.
Local Railroad Time Tablet.
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Ilirougti cotchetrromst. Loultto Htpulpi.
No. I VfUbul(nt (JonnfcUairaili.Tex.,
with U. 0. AS K ami T ft 1. lor jiolnu In
Taiti. Connect) at Wichita, Kan., with A.
T A 8. V, (or olnti In Cherokee Strip and
Oklahoma Counecta at llnrrton. Kan., with
A T.ltH.T for olnta In Kama. Hat full
nan l'alaca aleeiier and ItecllnlnR Chair Car
inata free) to Wichita and llnrrton, Kan.,
'oilman lluffat Drawing Itoom sleeper and
Itacllnlng chair Car (nail free) to Ualveiton.
Tim, la l'arla and Dallaa
No 8. Vaitlbnlad Connecta at 8t. Ixinla
Grand union Station with all llnea for the
aaat, north and eontheatt Hat 1'ullman llnl
lat Drawing Iloom Sleeper and Iteollnlng Chair
Cara (aeata rree) to St. Louie
No S. Connecta at llonett lor pointa In In
dian Terrltarj Tla Neneho Connecta at llnrr
ton, Ku.. with A T A 8. K for polnla In
Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nerada, Id ,ho,
Montana, Waihlngton, New and Old Mtrlco,
Aritona and California llae declining dialr
Cara (aeata free) to l'arla, Tim, llnrrton,
Kan and Anthony, Kan., Tollman l'alace
Sleeper to Knreka 8rlnga, Ark , tla Sellg
man and K 8 Hjr. i'nllman Drawing Itoom
Sleeper to llnrrton, Kan Hat Tollman ronr
let Dlreper from 8t Lonla eter Sttnnlaj
nlihlto I.oa AiiKelea, Cal., without change,
via llnrrton, Atbnnnerqna and llarttow. llae
Thronrh TnllmanSleepera llnrrton, Kan., to
Tneblo, Denver, KI 1'aeo, Ix Angelea, San
Die 0 and San Kranclaco.
No 4. Connecta at St Lonla Grand Union
Station with all Unas for the eatt. north and
eontheatt. Hat Tollman Talaca Drawing
It 10m Slet nera and Itecllnlng Chair Can(teate
fret) tor Lnult.
Throng., irkata on tale to all points.
For farther Itilormatlon call on or addreta
II. K. WALKin, Agent.
MISSOURI, KANSAS A TEXAS.
Ni l, M. K, A t'. Kxprett
No 1 llannlhnl St.L. AT. Ex
No. M, Freight and Accommodation
Vo.i, Mo. Kt ATexatexpreea ..
No. 4, lex. St. h. A Hannibal Kx .
,o it, freight and accommodation
The Sunday hours of 'lie poatolllco
iu.ou a, m : -
trill hereafter bo 0.30
to 3 p. m
TIK1TA CIIUUIII lllllLCTOItr.
U.K. Church tooth 11.11. Oreathonte pallor 1
abbalh tcliool at 10.00 a. m.t preaching at 11
a.m and 7 p. m I mayor meeting OYeryweil
natdaj arenlng. O-immnnlon aerrlce eTery
Tretbytertan Church 8 A. Caldwell, pat
tori preaching, Sunday! at II a. m and 7 P.
m. Sunday tcboolatlOa. m. prayer meet
ing Thurtday nlghtt.
Congregational Church. Her A lllthop.
eitoreerlceaery Sunday at 11 am. and
7p.m 1 Sunday School at 10 a. ra.l Cbrlttlan
Endearor Society, 4 p m. Trayer meeting
If err W'edneiday craning. .
Uaptltt church -He A. Carlln, pattor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30p m Sunday
acliool 10 a. m. Trayer mealing Wednetday
"w.'c! T U.-Meett erery Wedneadajr aV. 4
o'clock, p ro.
rillALTHIAN LODGE, No. 14 K.
of T. Meeta arery Tueaday e;en ng
I In their cattle nan ai 7:au. timing
I knlgbla In good atandlng Inrlted.
J. II SiixxiiAH, C. C.
E. M. Landrutn, K of It. ends.
VIN1TA LODGE NO. B. A. F. A A. U.
Mteta In Matonlo Hall the drat and
third Saturday night In ,acn monin
Will meet erery Saturday during the
month ending April 11. inh
1. W Klllton It at Hot Sprlngi, for hit
IH III e Campbell, tha Claremora laddler,
Howard Laogelyand wife, of Adair, apenl
Monday In thla city.
W. N. Stannard, of Falrland, wal down
Tnetday on bntlneti.
Mtti Lucy llryaat relumed Friday from a
tltlt of two weekt' at Tartoni.
It Lea Comer, druggltt, ol Claremora,
wat In Vlolta day or two thla week.
P. D. Daktr, the bottling worki man,
tpent a few dtyt latl week at Neotho.
George Flandera,,reildlng up lowarde
Coffeyvllle, wat on our atreeta Monday
Councillor Jntnei Woodall returned to
Tahleqnah Tuetday for the call aeatlon.
K Stanley Wilton, of Lamar, Mo., arrived
lilt evening and will remain all winter.
Cal Gunter. of Slloam Sprlngi, made a
trip to hit farm touth of town latl week.
Granvll Craig returued Monday from Mut
kogee where he had been attending court.
It. W. Llniltey, Chouleau'a venerable
poitmailer, wat In the city Monday on boil
nttt. Dr. Frayter baa bttn down In the Cretk
nation a good part of the fall gathering up
N Skinner and wire went to Fayattavllle
UK week to villi the Itjy't ptrtntt. aha re
maining, Sara Frailer, the buttling Duck creek
ttockinan and farmer, vrai In the city trading
Jen Drew, now In boifneu at Corwln,
Kan , came borne lait weak for a tltlt with
W G, Milam, ot Lheltea, relurntd Men
day from a villi In Tim, it lit re he "look In"
tha Cotton Talaca.
E. M. Ming and family leave In a fiw dayi
for a tltlt extending over the holldaya with
tbttr famlllei In Mltiourl,
Judge Tom fluBngtoa returned Saturday
from an extended vltlt to Slloam Sprlngi
Ibe Judge looki to be In rugged health.
Mrnra. White and Kennedy, the former a
lumber dealer and the latter a contractor, of
Tartoni, were In the city the flril of the week.
'Gut Ntcholi win! to Kantai (pity the flrtl
of the wnk to bny hit grocirlea and alto'lo
buy a itock of notion! for A. A. Kelly'a rackil
Mrt. 0. F. Godbry and brother. J. F.
Kiruct. were called toMluucapotli, Kantai,
lome dayi ilnce by the lerloni lllneii of their
F. T. Tan Hook, prrtldint of a ctmint
manufactory at Mortow, I, T,, a frlind of
John Mllwn, wat here lait week fur the par
pole of Introducing the product of hit eittb
llthmint. MI11 Sadie Aihbrook and alttir, Mra.
Charlei Ilrooki, and .children, arrived from
Denver a few dayi iluce Aftiravlill with
bir mother and family Mrt. Crookt will pro
cetd to Mempblt to tpend the winter.
Mn T. J Archir and her rather, Iter
Mabry, at Tulia, patted.tlirouh the city a few
dayaalnceon the way home from Mutkogie
where the lady had been to procure lettera or
administration on her butbaud'a eitate.
P. L Sopir, general attorney for the Santa
Fa eyitira In thli ttrrltory, wat In the city
Friday, en route to8t. Loult, Ileitatia that
a writ of ejectment will be limed In the right
of way eatei In tbta town almoit at once.
OLtvan IUuor. W
M. DurrinaTos, 8ec.
VIN1TA LODGE. NO. 1H, I. O.
O. F., meeta In Matonlo ball on
Monday night of eact. week at
7 ISO o'clock.
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PUUlAI ciiArir.u, u. .0.
n..-.- In fa-
1 t bllAl t,k. yJt dX Ot I lllli .1. .W
Wnnin hAll nm and thlnl Thnndar In each
i month l.:30o'ciocip. m.
,' luicu M. SwAi.t, W. M.
1 EVlSToSa,Sec'y ;
WOODMAN OF THE WOULD, meet etc
ond land fourth Ihuradaya In each month In
Y. W.WAno, 0. C
J. 8 DAViiiroirr, Clerk
Head tho advertisements.
Trade ;lth the advertisers.
Dolls Co to $8.00 at Foreman's.
Fowler dollvers pliotoxrapa in 000
- Glance over tho composllo ad. .on
' Jim McUrary Is now employed in
Ralph Green gave a party to bis
youni: friends Friday night.
Mr. Davenport's eldest child is somo
what batter than a week ago.
Hliuet music of all kinds on short
notice. Vinita Music House.
Ohlnaware, handsomo.it lino In tho
city at Foreman's drug stole.
Joseph Hunt is having a groat deal
'of troublo with the rheumatism.
Palace Pharmacy has tho finest lino
of lamps ever brought to Vinita.
Jimmy White threatens a libol suit
lor inadvertantly reporting his boy a
For guitars, violins, mandolins,
banjos and sheet music. Vinita Music
Qlft btoti for (he holidays at Fore
man's. Very bandsomo and very
A new fenco and other needed Im
provements nro being added at the
Lamps, extra handsome ones, at A.
W. Foroman's. Ko batter holiday
Jewelry is always a proper holiday
present. Kiamino tho stock or A. W.
Mrs, J. 8. Martin has a very hand
some new phaeton and a flno chestnut
If you would llko your work printed
with some now shades of Ink, this of
'flee has them.
Jno. 0. Gray his a lot of galvanized
and painted barbed wire for aalo at
Mr. Decker recontly presented Mr.
Green with a very handsome chair,
mado of leather.
Wanted Fat cows and liolfors; will
pay $2.00 to $2.16 per bundrod. Ware
& Hawkins, Vinita, . T. IMS
Tlie ralaco Pharmacy has the finest
line of dulls ever brought to Vinita
nd at prices cheapor than over before.
Tho VlnlU Meat and Produce Go.
will uiovo into the now brick block
Dr. Olinkscale's bought half a lot on
Wilton streot last weak, from David
Taylor, or J1000.
Dr. Foreman has a supply of the
finest plush And celluloid goods ever
.bruiight to Vinita.
Harry Zimmerman Is permanently
located lu Vlnlla and solicits sliaro
of your patronage, "
Will Wright, Felix NldllW Vad John
Dur-au left Saturday for Spring creek
-on a ten days' hunt, ' .'
Mr, Balentlno is planting an otetard
on his place north of town. T J, Mo-
Jiln Is doing tb work.
Dob Garret has bought Dr Frayser's
ranch on Uabiu creek as well as the
Oachtel place adjoining.
A happy house full of poople were
thoso who attended the Presbyterian
social at Hotel Cobb Friday night.
Miss Jennlo Breedlove, of Prairie
Ulty, is in extremely rloor health and
her friends have many misgivings.
Sam Leforco has built one of tho
beat farm houses on Ulg Oaliln. Ho
is getting fixed to live comfortably.
A choice claim of S00 acres about
eight miles west of lowu for sale. Ap
ply at Martin's harnrBS shop, Vinita,
lnd. Tor. , 15tf
The monthly social meeting pf the
W. G. T. U. was held Thursday last at
Mrs, Ingram's, at which refreshments
Those wishing llmberger clipeso
and other daintiest?) of that kind for
Christmas dinner cau find them at
"Skeeter," of Cook gang fame, got
thirty years in prison as his reward,
and the two men captured with him
in Texas twenty each.
A special train paFd up the M.,
K. & T. Monday will the officials
aboard Messrs. Purdy; Allen and
Swcony among tho number.
At Tahlequah yesterday Miss Flor
ence Caleb, daughter of Mrs. W. A.
Duncan, was married ' to Henry B.
Smith, editor of the Ueutinel.
Win. Blsping, tho gentleman who la
putting the shelving Into tho Thorns
son store building, is doing some of
tho finest work ever seen in Vinita,
A Kulghts of Pythias lodge will be
instituted at Pryor Creek as soon as
tbe hall now being erected by Dr.
Newlon and Mr. Oreots Is completed.
At Foreman's drug store will be
found a stock of toys oxtonsive enough
to supply all the children In the Cher
okee nation with Christmas presents.
' Carey Hodman has boujht a new
"computing" scale which comes as
near taking the place of a knowledge
of arithmetic as n mechanical device
can do bo.
To make tho hair grow a natural
color, prevont baldness, and keep tho
scaly healthy, Halt's hair ronower
was Invented, and has proved Itself
Go to tho Vinita nurserloa and get
some fruit and ornamontal trees and
set in that bare lot buforo winter closes
in, otherwise you will havo to wait
An extra One lino of neckties at the
Model are marked very low. When
they get up town Mr. Jakowsky, tbe
manager, promlsos tq make things
A number of boys, nono of them too
old to get a thorough cow-hiding from
their lathers, went over to tho colored
Baptist church Bunday night and
broke up tho meeting.
Tho now heating plant pf Worcester
academy's dormitory was urod npycsr
terday. Dr. Wray arrivod last oven,
ing and tho work will be formally In.
spected this afternoon,
Ituv. iVm, Hoblnson, pastor of tho
M. K. church, will proach at tho opera
house psoh first and third Sabbath,
in tho evening. A cordial Invitation
is extended all to attend.
P. D. Henry sold his store at Chel
sea last Friday, much to the chagrin
of soniu of his creditors, who at onco
attached. Chelsea seems to bo lather
unfortunate In this regard,
The Wisconsin dllorlal associa
tion, alter a week' trip through
Texas, went north Saturday aftornoon
by special train. They occupied six
vosiiouieu it agaer sleepers,
Joe Merrill, with a thirteen pound'
hoy born on the 0th, feels hlmsolfol
vastly moro Imporlanro than brother
Bill with a six pound girl who arrived
twelve hours later, on the 7th.
Tho fall' term of tho collpgo ends
next week, Concerts will bo given on
Wednesday and Thursday iivonlligK,
which will be a treat for those who at
tend. An admission of fifteen cents
will bo chargod,
Paul Alexander Johnstone, the dis
tinguished thought-reader, will give
an exhibition nuxl I'hurftday night,
Dee. 20, nt the opern hnuso timler'the
ausplcoi ol the Ladles' Missionary
society of the Proabytorlan church.
Wilson street Is tho portion of thin
city that Is attracting the moat at
tention Just now. Lots aro bringing
fabulous prices In that locality when
udorcd. It is generally bolleved that
Wilson is to be tho principal buslnesi
streot of the city.
It Is often a mystery how a cold has
been "caught." The lact Is, howovor,
that when the blood Is poor and the
system drprcssod, ono becomes pecu
llary liable to dlteases. When the
apjfotlto or the strength falls, Ayor's
Sarsaparilla sb'onld bo taken without
Several of our pcoplo woro recontly
Induced to invest some ot their Htrlp
money in a financial scheme of Fisher
& Go's., biokers, New York. Tho
dividends came the first monh or so
but the November chucks catno buck
Indorsed "gono up," Judgo Hcudder
of Chelsea can give details.
Koso ArthiTr, tho "California Mag
net," did some feats of second sight.
or mental telegraphy, last week at
Little's hall which wore certainly as
tonlshlng. , Without making an error
abo was a,bie to tell the tlmo shown
by each of a half dozen watches,
whllo fitting upon the stage, blind-
lolded, twenty feet away.
pEV. W. L. SUTHEItLAND, of
1 Kansas City, secretary of
thi Congregational Sunday Hchool
Publishing society for Missouri
and Kansas, will deliver a
free lecturo In Worcester academy
chnpol to-morrow night to which all
aro invited. He will also preach in
the Congregational church Sunday
morning and evening. Mr. Suther
land is an uncle ot Prof. Hopkins, of
(TRUE HAD INTELLIGENCE reach-
I ed this city Sunday that denuty
John M. Beard, of Clarcmore, had been
killed by Jim Price v,ho ho was trying
to arrest near that place. Beard was
very well known In Vinita and
throughout CooweescooAeo district;
was a brave an efficient officer. The
whole country will regre: to hear ot
his untimely death. This is two
marshals that havo lain down their
lives in trying to arrest outlaws with
in a week and in tho same sectiou of
T2 OB 8ELBY hired a team at J. P.
lSJ Green's livery stable some time
since and was tracked over tho coun
try from Claremore to Joplln and
back and finally captured at Inola,
but escaped next day. Tbe team was
recoveied at Claremore. Selby is
probably eighteen or twenty years of
age. Shortly after starling out he
took up another man's wife and visit
ed a lot of relatives at Neosho, Joplln
and elsewhere. During his escapade
be and. a cousin named Cal Reed
robbed a store In McDonald county.
Both were arrested and while being
conveyed to Pinevlllo Selby escaped.
By giving an older, the woman secured
the team from the officers aud in a day
or so had got Into the company ot Sel
by again and they started for Joplln.
Audy Green was following right along
and while he lost a day at Joplln, at
Obetopa was only a few hours behind,
and had he drlvep across the country
from Obetopa instead of waiting and
coming down on the train to this
place would probably have caught the
Highest Honors-World' Flr.
MOSf PERFECT MADE.
A pure Cripe Cream of TarUr Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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ijiiiuo uiiNAino 01 uepuiy niarsuai
i Ike Leforco wore brought into
this city last Thursday, he having
boon killed near Tulsa the day before.
In a fight with some outlaws, supposed
to bo a portion of tho gang that rob
bed tho M.,K, A T, a short time ago at
Blackstonn. Leforco was a worthy
man and a good officer and lived near
WhitelleM in tho Choctaw nation.
Ho had been aaalnned to special duty
by Marshal McAlester for tho purpose
of hunting the Conk gang, Tho body
was taken to .Muskogee for interment
and Judgo Stuart adjourned court
through respect to the dead officer,
and the court officials attended the
uuerai iu a uour rriuav. .
You make no mistake who 11 yoal
take DoWitt's Little Early Hisers for
uyspopsia or ueauaclie, because these
little pills cure them, P. Shanahan.
3 GRAND : CLEARING
A Rare Opportunity to Buy Goods at Low Prices!
We have clccidcd not to carry over anything: in winter goods, if low prices will sell them. If you are in need
of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing;, Cloaks, Flannel Dress Goods, Carpets, Curtains, it will pay you well to
call and get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
A government fish car was here a
few days Bincu.
It cures piles, it cures obstinate
sores, chapped hands, wounds. It
docs this quickly. Is there any good'
reason why you should not use De
Wltf'a Witch Hazel Salvo? P. Sfiana
han. Dr. tfewlon, up nortli of here, is go
log to movo to town.
Editor J. L. Montgomery, of Mar
shall, (III.) Democrat, states that for
many years, he suilered untold agony
from dyspepsia. At lust he begun to
take Ayer'a Sarsaparilla, and by the
time lie used six bottles, he was as well
as over. Cures others, will cure you.
W. E. liaised has a new two seated
phaeton.with canopy top a very styl
Wo might tell you more about One
Minuto Cough Cure, but you probably
know that it cures a cough. Every
ono does who has used it. It is a per
fect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarso
ness. It is an especial favorite for
children, being pleasant to take and
quick In curing. P. blinnahan.
Wiieu these chilly breezes strike
you, hurry oil to E. T. Ironsido's, the
only house in Vinita whero clothing is
Bold at less than cost.
Dr. llorlon executes all 'kinds of
dental work with ueatuees and die
patch; office Iu Rajmond building,
over Gray's store.
Do not buy yonr holiday goods until
you have examined the flock at tho
Palace Pharmacy; they will sell you
goode below St. Louis prices.
A Little Tartar
On the teeth destroys the enamel and
ruius tho teeth. Sexafroo will remove
this very annoying growth aud leave
the teeth white and pearly. X. W.
Foreman, the druggist keeps it.
The college orchestry is progressing
nicely. It now numbers about sixteen.
BoffBB' German Salvo.
The great pile remedy. It has cured
thousands and will curoyou if you will
give it a trial. Also equally good for
ciltf, biulses, old sores, etc. Price 25
cts. Sold by P. Shanahan, Vinita.
North Stnr, ex. flno white, 11-4,
80.00. Former prico 88 00
Calumet ox. flno white, 11 4, 4 95
Former price G.40
Fort Dearborn ex. flno white, 11-4,
$4 25. Former price 86.00
Palmyra ex. flue white, 11-4, 4.60
former price u.w
Sparta ex. flno white, 10-4, 3 00
Former pneo 4.00
Chcrokco ex. fine cray 10-4, 3.35
Former price 4 60
Ozark ex. fine gray 10 4, 3.45
Former prico 5.00
Ironuois ex. flno cray 10 4. 3.15
Former prico 4.50
Park Mount ox. flno cray 10-4, 3.65
Former price 5.00
Valley Forco ex. fine cray 10-4 2.95
Former price 4.00
Lokola ex. flno white 11-4
Princess ox. fine white 11-4,
Arkadia ex. flno white 11-1,
Lot No 1255 men's suits.... 8 12.60
Lot No 1244 men's suits. . . . 8.00
Lot No 1144 men's suits. . . . 0.25
Worth 89 00.
Lot No 1191 men's suits.... 0.00
Lot No 9183 men's suits. . . . 4.25
Worth 80 60.
Lot No 1451 men's suits .... 3.50
Lot No 5763 youths', ago 11-15-19,
8125. Worth 80.00.
Lot No 1326 youths', ago 11-16-19,
82 90. Worth 84 50.
Youths', ago 11-15-19 $2.75
Lot No 1381 youths', age 11-15-19,
82 GO. Worth 84 00.
Children's suits age 4 to 14, 85c
3135 child's suits ago 4 to 14, 81.35
5720 child's suits age 4 to 14, 3.20
2412 child's suits ago 4 to 14, 2.75
6729 child's suits ago 4 to 14, 3.25
Worth 85 00.
Childron'8 combination suits, two
pnirs pants nnd cap 83.90
Worth 85 00.
27-inch worsted, all shades, 8c.
Former prico 10
27-in. worsted, brocade.all shades 10
Former prico 15
33-in. fancy woavo,nll shades, 19.
Former price 35
40-in. fancy weavo.all shades. 39.
Former price GO
40-in. all wool serco all shades 39
Former prico 60
40 iu. all wool sorgo all shades 4U.
Former price 76
40-in. all wool Uonrictta cloth, all
Former prico 81.00
46-in. all wool serge all shades 69.
Former price 81.00
Wo havo a lew rory lino patterns
left: we have named a very low
prico for these goods and will con
tinue soiling at that price as long
as the goods last.
Ladies' Beaver shawls....... 98c
Former prico 81.60
Ladies' casimcr shawls 1.65
Former price 2.25
Ladies' Beaver shawls, extra
Former price 4.00
Beaver shawls extra heavy... 3.85
Former price 5.00
Beaver shawls extra heavy... 4.75
Former price 6.00
Beaver shawls extra hoavy... 6.76
Former prico 7.60
BOOTS & SHOEST"
Men's boots 81.50; old price 82.00
Men's boots 2.00; old price 2.60
Men's boots 2 60; old price 3.00
Men's boots 3.00; old prico 4.00
MisEes'shoes 95c; old price 1.50
Misses' shoes 1.20; old prico 1.75
Wo keep tho best make and tho
most reliublo boots and shoes of
any house in Vinita and sell them
for less money.
If you are thinking of Christmas call and see our line of HOLIDAY GOODS. We have all kinds, and
at all prices. Ladies' celuloid glove and handkerchief boxes, celuloidvork boxes, celuloid wall pockets, celuloid
calendars, gentlemen's necktie boxes, gentlemen's collar and cuff boxes. Our line of ladies' embroidered linen
and silk handkerchiefs is simply elegant, consisting of everything new we could find in the markets. We are al
so showing for the holidays an elegant line of Portiers, Lace Curtains, Carpets, Smyrna and Persian Rugs, Has
sets and a great many useful things that will make nice presents.
In our GROCERY department we have just received a beautiful line of
Consisting of Sugar and Cream Sots, Tea Sets, Vases, Mush and Milk Sets, After Dinner Tea and Coflco Sets, Cracker Bowls, Chocolate Jugs,
Sandwich Sets, Water Sets, Chamber SetB, Dinner Sets, etc. We have a very choice selection of holiday and fancy groceries, fruits and candy.
Special Low Prices for Olrristmas Trees and Sunday Scnools.
SKINNER -KATCLIFE MER. CO.
Leaders in JPirioos,, ... Vinita, Jncl, Tex.
R. M. SWAIN
OWE'B COMEDY Co. is billed for
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day of noxt week, at Llttlo.'s ball, and
a vory good entertainment they
promise. Regarding tbls company
the Aurora, Mo., Advertiser has this to
say: ".At tbe play botiso last ovening,
tbe Lowe Uomedy Company presented
tbe boautlful comedy drama, entitled
"The Thoroughbred." Tbe company
was mot with a crowded bonse. And
too much cannot bo said in regard to
this company as a matter of rrrlse.
Mr. tlart, their splendid comedian,
brought down tbe house, as did Miss
Mamie Barrett, iu the part of Nora
Ulnver, and bow the bouse roared
whon this lady carried I?llly Spike
oU" tbe stage In her arms as though lie
were a child. Geo V. Lowe, in the
part of tho Thoroughbred, cannot be
spoken of too highly and proved him
self to be an actor who Qt tbe part
exactly. Lulu Good, as loading lady,
played her part to almost perfection.
II. M. Ulake in tbe part ot Walter
Glaydon is an artist In that lino. K.
0. Belmont, as gentleman Jim. played
his part almost eiual to perfection.
The company is far superior to their
ADEN TOLUERT, special guard
on tbo Mr, K. & T. train tbe
night of tbo Ulackstono attempted
robbery, baa received a communica
tion from tbe American Express
olllclals which be prises very highly.
It is dated at the company's bead
quarters at Ohlcago, Is signed by F. D.
Adams, suporlntodent and approved
by Qpuprol Manager A. Autlsdel, and
Is as follows: "Dear 8lr I have been
lurnished with a report of th.s hold-up
or M., K. & T. train No. 2 at Ulack.
stone, I. T., on Nor, 13lb, by tbe Uook
gang of outlaws now Infesting that
section of tbe country, and desire to
thank you on behalf of this company
for thp vallaut stand raado against
theso desperadoes In defence of tbe
property In your charge. I am q
tensoly gratified to know that those we
have selected to act as guards to our
treasure passing through the Indian
Territory have proved so entirely
worthy of tho trust reposed in them.
It is a mattor of pride to the manage
ment of this company that four men
succeeded In warding oil an attack
and an attempt at robbery by an or
gattlted gang of sixteen desperate ruf
fians, and that you did not tlluchtrom
your responsible duties, and I con
gratulate you upon and thank you for
the eoursgu and coolheadodness
pxhlhtted under such trying circumstances,"
for tbo next few days.
CouBhs.Oolde, Asthma, Bronohltla
Or any disease of tbe throat and
lungs, try Beau's Cherry Cough Syrup.
It relieves whero all others tall. Sold
and warranted by P. Shanaban.
Tom Quirk has been given the M.
K. & T. section at
moves down at once.
Tbe last camel broke the straw's
back, or something to that effect.
Joseph Hunt & Uo. will put all past
duo notes and accounts, if not paid in
ten days, into tbo hands of an at
torney. Come up and make some
A bill passed one branch of council
recently granting Dr. Trdtt a charter
to build water works la this town.
Begge' Llttlo Giant PIUb.
The most complete and etleclual
pill on the market. Guaranteed to
euro Constipation aud Headache.
Call on your popular druggist A. W.
Foreman. He always keeps them.
Quito a number of Big Oabln folks
spent last week with the Muskogee
grand Jury, much against their wishes.
$1.15 per 100
15c. per gal
40c. per lb
1.55 per bbl
Roasted Mocho and Java Coffee 30c per lb
Peirce City Patent Flour at
Eupion Oil . ....
Star and Horse'Shoe Tobacco
No. 1 Fine Salt . .
East Side of Railway Track.
Established 1848. , v -
Boo tho World's Fair forlQotq.
Upon roculpt of your addrbs and
fifteen cents In postage stamps w will
mall you prepaid our Souvenir I'ort
folio of tbo World's Columbian Ex.
position; the regular price Is fifty
cents, but as we want yon to have
one, we make tbe price nominal. You
will find it a work ol art and a thing
to bo prized, It contains full page
views of tbe great buildings, with de
scriptions of same, and Is executed In
highest style o art. If not satisfied
with It, after you get it, we will refund
the stsmps and let you keep the book.
Address II.E.Bucklen & Co.,Oh!cago,4
Most peoplo can not atrord to experi
ment. They want immediate relief.
That's why they use Ono Minuto
Cough Cure. P. Shanahan.
Brown's Iron Toplo
This is nature's great restorer of
health; it Is pleasant and agreeable to
the taste; and can be taken and re
tained by the most delicate stomach;
it Is tbe only preparation of Iron that
will not constipate tho bowels, or
blacken or destroy tho teeth; It Is eas
ily and readily taken up and assimi
lated by the lifoodiTaud Is, therefore,
tbe greatest remeity known fur general
debility, dytpepeU, indlgestloo, ner
vousness, female diseases, scrofula,
typhoid feme, ! tall diseases and
Imparities of tM Wod. Try sample
bottle. Fqr Bk jky A. W, Foumart,
Cor. 4th & Olive sts, ST. LOU IS. .MO.
Especial attention given to consignments of Grain and General Pro
duce. Refer to Dr. E. 33. Frayser, "Vinita,-1. T.
DELAY IS DANGEROUS.
Do you value your Eyesight? If so, call
and consult PnoF. Ilinscununa, who will be
at tho store of A. W. Foreman Deo. 24 to 27
and havo them fitted with n pair of his cel
ebrated NONCHANGEADLE Spectacles.
A .W. FOREMAN, Vinita, Ind. Ter, Sole Agent.
Some Surprising Figures
8. M. PERRY
A-ID-A-IIR,, IlSriD. TEE,.
PROBABLY NEVER WILL
Calicoes, Best, Oil Red, Indigo Blue
Any gingham m the house at
Apron check ginghams, stapje styles
IjOOQ grade JLL, muslin
Best grade table oilcloth
Heavy io-cent shirting goes at
. . . .Canton Flannels & Flannolets EpjfyiUw.
Flannels, repelants, cottonades, jeans, iv'.2K per
cent, below their marked value; undeneargloves
and hats must stand same cut if the heavens fall.
BEI , ', ',
HCJP!MP' ' r
A Lottor From BUI Oook.
Dr. J. II. Trott, Dear 8ir:-As soon
as I make a successful raid I am com
Ingln to Vinita totake the liquor cure.
Very much in basto, Wii. Cook.
to all wearers of glasses. I'rof Ilir
schbere of world wide reputation, or
one of his stall, will be in Vlnlla, Deo.
24 to S7 at the store of bis Ngeut, A.
W. Foreman. Consultation free. U 10
Ballard' Snow Liniment.
This luvaluablo remedy is one that
ought to be In every household. It
will cure your rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains, cuts, bruises, burns, frosted
feet and ears, sore throat and sore
chest. If you have lame back It will
euro It. It peuetrates to tbe seat of
the disease, It will euro still joints
and contracted muscles after.all other
remedies have failed. Those who
bare been cripples for years have used
Ballard's snow linimeut and thrown
away their dutches and been able to
walk as well as ever. H "'H cure you.
frir M ceati. Sold by P.Suanauan.
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Dlscorery know its value, and
those who bayo not, have now the op
portunity to try It free. Call on tbe
advertised druggist and get a trial
bottle, free. Eend your name and ad
dress to H. E. Uucklen A Co., Chicago,
and got a sample box of Dr. King's
new life pills free, as well as a copy of
guide to health and household In
structor, free. All of which Is guar
anteed to do you good end cost you
nothing. A-W. Foreman, druggist. 4
What la a Ouaranteo?
It is this. If you have a cough or
cold, a tickling Id Iho throat, which
keeps you constantly coughlug, or II
you are afflicted with any chest, throat
or long trouble, whooping cough, itc,
and you use Uallard's liorhour! syrup
a directed, giving It fair trial, aud
no benefit Is experienced, we authorise
our advertised agent la yljitel your
money on return of holt. It nevr
falls, to give eatiefaciloa, it yrowptly
relieves bioucblils. ' UeM ay V. Bhau-aban.
A first-class full stock side-lined saadh
boot worth S3 at
A good $2 oil grain boot for . .
JLady s heavy shoe, regular pner l.sojgoes at
A $2.50 Dongola shoe we offer atJf
A 2.00 shoe goes for . JZ
A S1600 stock of clothing consisting of suits
worth from 18.00 down, take choice for
Glassware and Queensware
Took a fall but did not break, though will break
the man that tries to undersell us.
Don't STARVE nor go HUNGRY when you
Standard brands of Corn and Tomatoes,8c. a can
California Canned Goods, fresh, and full
weight, standard brands 15c a can
Arm & Hammer Soda ococrlb
Mj, K. & T., White House or Tidal Wave
flour, a good article..... $i.aoprcwt
$1.00 gets 320 avoirdupois ounces 20 lbs gran, sugar
The reduction in prices on every article in the
house corresponds with the above, and if you will
put this paper in your pocket and give us a call
and we can't prove to your entire satisfaction that
this 'ad is no exaggeration we will positively and
cheerfully make you a present of a $5 bill. No
chance for you to lose.
Langley Boys, Managers.
Adair, IntJ. Tr.
SPOT CASH 0NLY1
DON'T ASK Ut
Does Good JoiTlork
And Does it. Cheap!