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iHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1901.
VOL. XIX. NO
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Alio Irene A karmsn. (lie nclt known dramai! rriilcr, rtllM n from M V. 11th
Btrn t, N n 1 oi i i Hhr (f )utljr proiulof licrningnlfliciitlitMiluf lialr, which U flionn
taAdvauuiKOlu t i mianylii(r photograph.
" Homo time ngo,TTipn my iinirwnsDru.ncii,
I nollccit mori' nml nunc the Ihrrc.iio of Imlr
loft on tho comb. My n-uli tiecnmo dry ami
my Imlr grew thin to taplilly Unit t hal to
clinnico llio (ttlo of wcnrlnj It. I then tried
Tftrloiis lifllr tonlrx, thu ulli ft of which was to
jnnko my ecnlp CTci-cillngly tender, ami tho
hair itlll ami brittle; when dry. I rwolrol
Tho comfort I experienced teforo I had siren
ltnlongtrlil was to ureal that I determined
to continue It I would .liampoo my head with
n strong Ictlier of CuticuuaSoai-. letting It
remain foi torno time. I would then wa.h It
oil with warm water, and dry thoroughly.
A fter n ihort tlmo my hair ecatcd coming out,
growing loft and tllty to tho toacli."
INDIANS AS CITIZENS.
Judge Bradford' See a Vision
. Single Statehood,
Arilinon-, I. T , May 17 'Tin
tnnkiiiK nf Indian citizen of In
Jin ti Territory li.in citizens of Uih
United StHti-K nt I hi' IhcI hphIiii,
of cingrtsH WHS thu direct out'
growl) of the South McAlt-Rlrr
single statehood convention,"
said Judgo S. I). Bradford of this
place, who took the inilinllve in
calling the conveniion. "I ent
copies of my stltlrciis lo dillnrrnl
members of congrtBB I called
the attention of Senitor Thurston
eepecially to thu nutter, cuggest
itig that lh policy nf dealing with
the Indians from the Binndptiint of the House of Warriors anil will bo
crowded to their liiiiltf, it eeni
escli day, jnl there Is "iiIwhjp
ri fin fi r i re ini'M-.'
The nttiirimyn hrfirt the Diiti-8
oi'iiiniK-cinii on llif part id the
Cietk iintinn have made u report
id Hip ontidiiiiiii of ihu rolls nnd
stale mine iuli-restinp; fuels.
Among tho many, one statement
ehotvii by figures that the colored
in 1800 numbtsred 1,781 and (odny
6000 The Indian in 18GU num
bered 0,771 and today 8,500 In
five yen re more tho negroes will
number one half of the population
iiudiftho treaty U defeated and
the land remains In common the
Indian will get just one half of
what ho was entitled to in 18GG.
The treaty has been read before
RILLI8I8 U8E GUTBBURfl SOAP
AtrUtettiyCtrrir iaCJiiitxht lRrwWMnctjw.fef prrMrtlnff ptii.fjlnir, nnd taaUfrlng
i' in ii o veuip i emma, tcai , ana anno run. aim inc nopptnn vi iuin unir.
iilttl n nnnm mi. rousn. rrq pots iianu. nr vnvj tn-inn. iirmujta. iuu
..t lit.. tnliK I.ai1i nnil niirarv llilllnna ttt Wt.msn Utsi
l U Cm imrn Olrrmfnt, In the form of Imthi for antiojlna JrrluUooi,
! mi f, for too frr orofTenlro crp1rtl n, la thofotmof wiihrtfor
l t r nwnVRntlieplie purpor which rrUltjr mirgf't themilv lo
ntnnioi if rtuion en innuc inowfno nvo oitco airu idvp itcm
the kln for cf in
far (l Miuf w l
fthoflnt n sir
CUTP I ' t
Inflifiinht r- tt
TAMI II Mini llllll
kittiiii Mi" i II ti i ' to no anyoitieri. No other tntitttnUt oap U to bt eiimpftred
IID I I Tl I II t r 1'iw Tinn jiHniiin?, wwauiii iii, ,, u.ii. hunwh.
Ko other fur. hr I -Ij .. 'H ip. Iwwrr einuf,l t'lueumpirtd llh llfor all
the piiroi f i'i ' ' ilh.amlnarpirjr. Tliii.il romblwu.lnOii Boir.tOxt I'nici.Tltt
TU KNIT Kl I i l.-l.'. ibru nan .tin and cvraptcilua ir, and tb skit toilet and b.by
Comploto (!xtornl and Internal Troatmont for Evory Humor.
Mm V ik.l.una UI UITICUIIA DUAI IJJi.'. in ciraii. iuv iiibui miuauu
prill, i nu iiiiiu me iiiir ini iuiigi, vuir f .nBBn. vw..
(i luaingi y nil ly ltchlK lnlltumilli'n. and Irrll.tlon, and .ootha and
hml ml C'UTliuni Kkmii vbvt SOc ) t cool and elrann tha Mood.
A inih.e RT1-oi'a'i .nun i iii locun inomuiiriunnKUi.uin,rinKt
in-i .ran -k'n n,ip, kiui imooi niimor., wun tola si
1 1 ill., ukl throughout lh word
TIIP OCT Cf 0C I' ,'1" UiiinlnK, and rlt k'n cilp.
IIIL OLi vliilij 1 .ir, wliku all wm
ATTOKNBY AT h
And Notary Public. Office in new Hot
cll building, Vhit'a, I. T. Will practice
in all the United States courts of the I. T.
JAM12S S. DAVKNPORT,
ATTORNBV AT LAW.
Rooms 9 nnd lo, New Hnlsell Building,
ViNlTA. I. T.
Davenport & Hall, Attorneja nt taw.
HnnU lluiUhng, Claremorc, I. T.
rTj. C. TAYlibR'i
PHYSICIAN AKD 8UKG;
Can be foHont tVty W nfl
0aic rk-p itog inrKjmwM(
White Plymouth Rocks
And Pekin Ducks.
Bgcs for sale; f l.oo ptr dozen, J1.35
per 10. No other fowls on farm; have
free range. Bfgs hatch well. Stock
scorini; m high as 93 i by Ilcwes, Harris
Mrs. Prank Franklin.
Uox 00, Yinita, I. T.
non-federal citizens' y vM 'vrong.
Senator Thurston, by mi 1 mend
m'ent to a bill, i.uve '. ietal citi
zenship to every i.iember of the
five civilized IribeB.
"Tho chango was looked upon
with dismay at first, cvm J. Geo.
Wright, Indian inspector, feeling
uncertain as to the outcome My
idea whs to give the Indian the
Bame status as a while man and
permit him to assist in framing
Iho constitution nnd laws of tho
futuro stale, which undoubtedly
will bo a state composed nf Okla
homa and Indian Territories. I
do not believe that the change will
dibturb the property rights of any
Indian citizen nor interfere with
his allotments and annuities. The
treaties can and Bbotild bo car
ried out the same ob if the law had
sent to a epeolal joint cnmmiltec
1 jr rnnelderatlon action to be rec
Commissioner Sanson's court
lias been doing business since the
arrival hero. Judge Fears and
II. P. deGrafTcinkd are getting
quite a little practice befuro it.
BURTON AND GRIMES
Ptflltical Cattlo Ranch in tho Ttrrl
tory Judge Thoraai May Resign.
W. C. T. U, CONFERENCE
An Onjoyable and Very Profitable
ft Illol"""" .. 11.1 . . ."- TM'
i,t'if'7n"AS. w. day.'d. u. k
' ifp '3iDBNTIST.
mn tt a s f 11
iMuHBflll' I I nilm rTirl I 1 11 I I n
m-. 'mtmwwTMW . r n ka .!. . ma
imhWEur trtii t-i--n-UMirii kiiiiv
ftteftiftftftBkJ JmS Iji ll.l l.llll II llllll A
f $CoM Crown aud Bridge. Work a Spcdtilpr 10 to IS months old, IiIrIi grade, alto
-'iV Ofnep over I'lral Kntion.il IlanlA
' jf ..:,..,
Sr J vmua, 1. 1.
fV. TH. I). A. AlU'BRSON,
-r I . Ill 11,1 ..... M
'U nioom iii Raymond llultilliiK. VitiiU, 1. T.
fpfTicc hours, 8 ck to 6 p in.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON.
Offlcc in New IUtclift Building. Tele
phone 101. Residence, Aldrich Cottage,
Telephone no, Vlnltn, Ind Ter.
For Sale at $50 Each.
Eight Fine deldlngs.
Urlrcn and Mulrllrn m 1
h. w, OLDS
o. 11. WIMIOH
BLUB & WILSON,
. Ahnro Mlllcr'i
. I'urnlturo Store.
p D. MEREDITH, D. V. S
SunoEON and Dentist.
Ilondquitrtrrs nt fluntor'a attlilrm. south
Wilson street, weal side. Vlnltn, I. T,
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i DU 1 UAII3
FJ ri I U-J
TnAt.- i'.Ia.ui '
JffXTrtar nm f nKofrtioi3 ' M Until -
TcqialT nm i r oiHt i i ti isinr 1
iliirnntVm t .n nllf r ''dU r ui Mtui
JKtlnilSF'tritl T"i adC'tt. I 1 i c I'ft'e u
' rnt fi . tMl ftir-T f KM i J tw
I'ntnti Ui 1 tut jj ii li 11 ' j vui
t-pclrtifu-lU:, WUrHiit ll." t in "
A handaomalr IllnilraiaJ w V ' 1 Mmnl Hr.
million f Hn iliilllo 1'un.il. 1cru.t - 1
iftiar. lourmoniu., ft. bold lijr all Mvartaawn.
! llnaeh tTm. M F Ft. WwhiMim.. I. u
The Season of 1901
At W. B. Raines livery barn, opposite U.
S. court house, Viuitn, Indian Teiritory.
Service fee $10.00 to insure living colt,
payable when colt is foaled, or when the
marc is disposed of or removed from the
Pasture Si. 00 per month. Will feed
grain if desired, at reasonable rates.
Pedigree furnished on application.
J. N.Walker, Vfnita, I.T
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
1 hu St. Louis National
Stock 0 Yards.
Located at East St. Louis. III.
Directly oppo.lt the cltr of St. Loals. Dot
ra for all description of Mrs Stock alwara Is
attendance, and within tha cronnds or the
Stock Yards la Baer Canning Company, with
a eapaeltr for .lanahtlrlo 8,000 basd of eattlt
dally, and I'ork 1'acklnc ttabll.hme nta harr
a eapaeltr for alauthterina; 11,000 noj s daily.
n n, ,0 ..- O.'KNOX, Vice re.
L. VT. KOAKE, Aaa't. Oen. Ugr.
BAIIITKl, HUNT. Oen. Aeent: for Teia
And Indlim Territory.
Not occupying moro space thun
tho first following will bo inserted
at 85.00 per yoar. Tbo vordict ol
mon owning largo or. small horde
Is that it pays to. advortlso the
It. U. TAYLOR,
PostoQlcr Vlnlta, I. T.
Smooth cron In
and tplit In tbr
WW mm .
Homo cattle In
Hang, on lx
enel creek, fnui
miles s.. of VI, I
. ssins. Itango
on nig Uabln
creek. 7 miles
weal of lllao-
1 aekat. . . .
Cattlo of thla
only for alilp
meal. Sloo reward
5 or sttallng;
13, II. KKA Y5EB1
Vlnin, I. T
JhTl. 'J M"'
W. H. NOBLE8,
Ilnr.e bund am.
Itoad brand i
under half oroi I
In each ear I
Itanee head oil
Falrland. Ind. Tor.
and idli Is
sioiia In lull
Weil of Ulua
jacket, 1. T,
Eureka Uarncaa Oil la llieleit
preaervatlio of new Itmlher
and llio lie.l renoiutor 01 old
leather. It olU, kutlcna, iiavk
oi and protects. Uao
ou your tttt hiirnM joot old fair
DfM nirour rarrtuffrtop m?iDtj
nlll nut ooty took liHtrr but wtM
ktnsrr HiWrtrrub rr(n ma -all
Ut'K from liK Hi'U 10 flrt biiioot
hui . rtrvinu uit 10.
'Frtt$M&ffl$$8 .V .
- AW nil sm.aattsasajfcaas.aJSaasfc
. TI10 W.C. T. ). conference held
at Mupkokee on tho 15t.h w.aa" ff
very enjoyable nnd prufi'ate,;
meeting The morning was given
In reports and other business. In
the afternoon Mrs. L. M. N. LUn
Stevens. Nmioaal W. O. f . Hri!
tint Kaan tiusattil 'Phla VArv hrnn.4. ,. tmtT if . ueLBl.
.... ft,Uv... ,...u ft, ,v. j i-.-i presiut.01, jglHHftT;
ble to then.
control 0Ul9TrTaBtnna Hvinir in the
Lfetiub Territory- Tho -ratified
treaties of the Clioctaws and
Chickaraws should remain unim
paired until the dual adjustment
of tribal ailaira, and, if ncceesary,
the life of tbo treaties should be
extended. A majority of Indian
citizens aro pleased witli tbe
change, sinco they understand that
it does not interfere with their
property rigbls. My idea is that
the work of tho commieEion Bent
lo Indian Territory lo settle up
the affaire of the tribe is Bimilar
to tbo adjustment of a vast estate
of individuals, and the purposo of
extending the life of tbo Indian
governments is to give sufficient
time in which to close up tbe af
fairs of the estate."
Th Kna4 City Times prints
an inlervinw with Senator Burton
wbioh contains the following.
"Asked what tbero was in the
ouTrent rumor that George J.
Hitrker of Lawrence, had been
slated for a federal judgship in llio
Indian Territory, Senator Button
flaid "I wish you wouldn't say
anything about that. It might
emburrass Mr. Darker "
Preered fur an answer, Senator
Burton raid that there would not
be a vacancy for some lime, and it
was loo early lo give out informa
tion on that subject, even if ho
had any. His attention was called
to the fact that tho term of Judge
Thomas of Muekogae would expiro
in July. '-That's a long way of!,"
said Senator Burton. "You may
say," he added, "that if Mr. Bar
kor wants ajudgahlp in tho terri
tory, it would afford me pleasuro
to recommond him."
It is reported here that Judgo
Thomas will not be a candidate
for reappointment. Ho lives in
Illinuia and is anxious to return
to that state, as his health in ine
terrilbry is not good.
There already is a Kansas man
tho .'oderal bench of the terri-
ry Joo (Jill, a friend ol Cy Lo-
land. His term does not expiro
for eighteen months. Senator
urton says he does not know
Aether Gill will ask for reap.
mum. , .. .(
Positive Curo for
Falling Power, Night Losses,
and all disorders urlslnjj from
overwork, abuses and excesses.
Rettorca Wuk Mm to Vlftireua Manhood.
Nudamla bbould not be confounded
with the many worthies nostrums now
oa thamarkot. A UemedySeUenlbnw.
Uox of N Tablets, by mall, S0o.
XSm Purltckn Co., Plymouth, Wis.
m '.TuVCrr-.tf.- M
Quick, Sure, PIcasnnt.
Does not Nauseate
The council, like all great
bodies, is moving slowly. On ac
count of ihe necessity for enroll
ing at an early date quite a num
ber of the Kings went home Fri
day in order to induco tho mem
hers of their town to come and en
roll, Quite a number of Warriors
left for tbe same purpose, bo that
Saturday it was difficult to got a
Monday afternoon Col. Samuel
Peel, ot Arkansas, addressed tho
council on the Loyal Creek Claim,
lie is the agent employed to at.
tend to same. lie paid that if tbe
treaty is ratified Iho claim will be
paid promptly and in full.
There has been no committee
work as yet except in case of cre
dentials. It has been very amusing to the
onlookers (o ere the Snako men
who belonged to iho council nnd
were deposed by their town, con
test their seats nnd win. In no
case have the committees decided
for the new members.
The delegates lo Washington
made their report Saturday, each
one making a speech after the re
An effort ia being made by tho
superintendent of public inslruc
lion to havo allowed him his
traveling and incidental expenses
in his school work.
Eucbee Boarding school has
asked for 6023.24 additional op
proprlation; Kufaula Boarding
school for 8200.10 and the Col
ored Orphan school for 831.02, and
the amounts havo been allowed by
Five tlcatliB of old members of
the Mouse of Warriors have ne
cessitated (lie election of llvo new
members. They have been duly
obligated and token their seats,
There are ninety-eight names on
tho roll nnd tluee absent males
ninety-five in attendance.
In tho House ol Kings the roll
of forty-seven members is com
plete, excepting ono who is ab
sent. So out of 145 council mem
bers only four are absent, which
shows the interest that ia muni
feated in Ihe quenlion before it,
The Dawes commission and Its
attaches, (be many who are here
(o enroll, and (ho great number of
visitors, makes Okuiulgie a very,
questions, giving many explana
tions and timely suggestions.
Miss Anna Gordon visited In
dian University and briifly ad-"
dressed tho young ptopio there,
then returned to Ihe Presbyterian
church where she held a children's
meeting at 4:30.
At night Mrs. Stevens gav3 a
clear cut nnd logical address on
Prohibition. Showing how her
Slate of Maine had maintained
tbo law and profited thereby.
Miss Anna Goidun followed, and
in hor sweet and winning way,
painted puro and beautiful word
pictures for llio children, wbioh
were just ob highly appreciated by
thu older onrs. The meeting wbb
well attended and Iho collections
from the night meeting at Atoka,
and Iho night meeting at Musko
gee amounted to a little over 875
The Territorial V. C. T. U.
officers held an executive meeting
tbe following morning.
Mrs. Stevens and Miss Gordon
left lor Searcy, Ark., tn attend tbe
Stato W. C. T. U. convention.
Have you board what tbe
children did in Huntsvilte, Ala
bama? It had been announocd
that a basket of rarest vines cov
ered with most exquieite flowers
would bo prceonted to President
McKiuley on bis arrival S una
of the Indies objected lo Ibis plan
and the matter was diccussod and
finally Iho plan was abandoned.
But the Loyal Temperuuco Legion
obtained a beautiful glass vessel,
this they surrounded with flowers
on a silver tray, and filled it wilV
cool spring water from a famous
"big spring" of tho town, and
with a motto painted by tho well
known southern artist, Howard
Weadon, they presented it lo MrB.
true bills of indictment Saturday.
The caeo of Wolford Frost
charged with larceny, was taken
up Saturday morning nnd occupied
tho day. Win. Johnstone, of
Bartlcevillp, is the prosecuting
witness sgainst Frost. The de
fendant haB been in jail over n
year. Die prosecution Is repre
sented by Assistant Prosecuting
Attorney Huckleberry, and Luman
F. Paikor, of Ibis city, nnd
Messrs. Linlon and Faulds are
conducting the defenFO.
Dick Osklson With buffalo UIH.
Dick OsktHn, whose father U a cat
tle ownor at Vlrilt, 1. T, nnd a frc-
cjufflit patron of tho Si. Louis market,
viiiicu us toany. lie l fiurini; the
country with tt.o UtitTalo Hill show as
one of the rough rldew and tetms to
(Ind great diversion In the undertak
ing; In fact It Is more of a matter of
I n to rot t and admiture than any
other that tho young man Is traveling
with the entorprhe. Dick I qulto an
ontorprlslng chap. Ho was with
Kooiovolt at San Juan Hill, where he
was wouhdel so seriously that bo re
mained In an hospital for twauty-lwo
months. It was four months to iho
day after ho was Injured that the bul,
let was extructol and during the In
terim four oporai Ions were pertormod
beforo tbo lead was located. It is
said ot him that during hU Indisposi
tion so great wai the lutcrett mani
fested in tlicjouth by Col. Uotrtevelt,
that tho strenuous Teddy paid regular
penonal visits to tils bedside Live
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as they cunnut
read) the diseased pirtl jii ot tbe ear.
There is only ono way 1 1 cure doat-
noss, and that Is by coni t w,il
remedios. Pc'-iiness Is cauio i
.flamatigo of tu 'iHtfiirii hn
""? . ttatrs. .- HM QittfPUn tata tflTea w
nor nurinn anuBpHwe-iTgaB-1 u lJWHJWtim su a
on no or inipttrisjc Resume, u
It Is ootlrcly cloiod, deafness l
result, and unlou tho Intlanuttoa
f taken out and this tube restored
tu Its normal condition, liearlB; win
bedestrojod foretor; nine otstHJtat
of tan arc caused by catarrh, wbhfi H
nntblng but an Inflamed con4Hton of
the uiucuos surfaces.
Wc will fc'lvo one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be curod by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send fur circu
lars, free. V. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by druggists, 75c Hull's family
Pills aro tbe best. w
All BRAND NEW; no carricd-over stock;
no old goods at
Ed. ft. Lee Manufacturing Co's.
A Complete Line of SvEi.
Fishing Tackle! fg
Is tho Lost ItofrigGTttor made. Wo lmvo it.
It is tho host for tho ronson that it can he
onstly nnd thoroughly cleaned. Ico chnmhor
nnd fluos lift out, giving froo access to nil
pttrte. Wo havo a full fino of hoth tho tilo
nnd motal lined. Also
Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers,
Ice Picks and Chisels,
Ice Cream Freezers,
And Lemonade Shakes.
Screen doors and screen wire, spring binges and door
springs. In a few days wc will have the famous Insurancr
Gasoline Stove, really the only safe gasoline stov '
See it and be cottvinccd. And don't forget we sttt U jtre a
New Modern Sewing Machine, drop bead and ful.) war
ranted, for '-
Members Above the Averegc In Intel
ligence and rjooil Work Is Ox-petced.
Col. Soper and Deputy Prose
outing Attorney Orrln Hitler are
enthusiastic In their praise of the
high standard of intelligence of
the present grand jury.
Kvery member, thny say, ia a
man of discernment and they ex
pect groat results in consequence.
Whon impanelled Ihe jury got
right down to work under the
foremaiiBhip ol Mr. Grant Victor
and 28 indictments havo been re
turned up to yeBterdoy noon. Mr.
Rider slates that tho present
is ahovo the average of tho regular
grand jury. "It Is uco of cranks,"
said Mr. Ilider, "and every mem
ber fieema lo be endowed with a
determination to perform tbo la
bor niauped'out Jdfthem.
Prom Jail to Wedlock.
W. 0. Stlvoy and Miss Mollle
Brown were married Wednesday
at the marshal's ofllcu, dep
uty clerk Lybrand performing the
ceremony. SUvey is in jail serv
ing n sentence lor lumlalilng a
building in which a gambling
house was run. Ho was brought
in last week on petition f.r writ of
p,Veaa corpus After thu marriage term oi court
Grimes JjnvoA entered Into a
business arrangement, the details
oPwhich will not bo made public
aVjixesenl. It is understood that
their Bchemo includes tho opera-
lion of a big cattle ranch in tho
Indian Territory, where Burton is
able to secure some valuable con
cessions of grazing land. Grimos
has had experience in tho cattle
business, and' now that be has
"retired from politics," he will
have plenty of lime to devote" to
Two New Corporations.
Clerk Freeman lias issued
artioleB of incorporation 19 the
Barlloavillo Oil & Gas Co., of
Bartleaville, Cherokee nation. The
capital slock is 83,000, all paid
in. Tho incorporators aro A. P.
McBride, presidenl; Wra. John
ston, vice-president; George B.
Keele, seoretary and treasurer; F.
M. Overless, C. L. Bloem, A.
Shulthls and U. L. Kimball. The
object of tbo company is to pros
pect for oil and gas and operate
Buch when found.
Anothor Chorokee corporation
lor which articles of incorporation
were issued tbis morning is the
RatcliiT-Halsell Grocery Co., of
Viiiita, with SCO ,000 capital stock,
of which 840,000 has beon paid in.
Tho object of tbo incorporation is
to oonduct a wholesale grocery
businesa at Vinita. The incorpor
ators are W.E Hahell, who has
400 shares of Block, E. N. Ratcliff,
780Bharo8, J. T. Ralclifl", Oliver
Bagby, J. W. Sanders, E. R. Crit
louden, N. 0. Crittenden, G. W.
Claik, 200 shares each, and W. II.
Kornegay, 20 shares. 8euth Mc
After the morning hour devoted
lo motions Friday, the trial of Andy
Smith charged with complicity in
tbo kidnaping of .Marshal Redfield
was resumed. The attorneys in
this oaso on both sidea are making
a stubborn fight. Col. Dick Blue
and his law partner Dennis Wil
son have charge of tho prosecu
tion, and Linton and Klino ere de
fending. Redfield, a colored man
In the Big creek country, waa
seized and forcibly oarrled away
from hlss homo and aaross the
Kansas line by some of his neigh
bors some two years ago, several
narties have been tried for the
offense heretofore but as yet there
has been no convictions,
The grand jury made their
dally report this morning, return
ing seven bills uf ladlotmenta, In
cluding quo fqr murdor against
Harry Mulatto of Wewoka.
Tho jury in the Andy Smith
Kidnapping case last week re
turned a verdict of guilty and
Smith was sent to jail to await
Charley Tehee, a grey haired
old Cherokee-, was before the court
Saturday on the charge of celling
whiskey, to which ho pleaded
guilty. Attorney W, P. Thomp
son look great interest in (he old
man and succeeded In getting a
suspension n( sentence and Teline
was placed under bond till next
ma...iWm v9 m WsjBKS
r 1 i
'Oi' 1 $15.95. j
W Jkve just received irem, tlw hotter fttlfbtic at t-. ,
'T-rmil atieiirr.tttilir rf 1 fiiiiiii.-iiflHin t T
slBPHBBaafett- ? iejWl" ftr" -
Ed Lee Mfg. Go,, r
Sleepless and Restless Hustlers for Business.
How Would You Answer this
A Courteous Official.,
Krnost II. Hubbard Is actlnt; dep
uty In the United States marshal's
oOlee during this term ot oourt regist
ering wltuestes and Issuing cheeks for
their attendance. It is a thorough
dollght n newspaper man experiences
when bo meets nn otllclal who woan
thesumetize bathe wore boforo t)U
appointment as ti fervantot the gov
eminent. Mr. Hubbard U courteous
nnd obllgluc. furnishing all Items of
public news oomlng bis war, without
employing "that wife, aud I'm doing
you a favor while you bore mc, look,"
used by so many of tbo government
employes. Hlre'ldgs ot the Dawos
commission could well prodtb'yMr.
Hubbard's example. All newspaper
mon of the northern dUlrict wish
that tbero woro moro like blm. Mr.
Hubbard Is a raomber ot tbe Masons,
Knights ot Pytblus and Woodmen of
cures ah skin dUoasos In all Its
various formi. No internal treat
ment necessary. Falling, money re
New Millinery Stare.
Mrs. M. V. llaeon, an estimable
lady of Oartbace, Mo., Is now In our
city. She wtll open next week a large
stock ot millinery In the Cowan build
ing on Wilson street. She comes
highly recommended and will tuako
Vlnlta her futuro home. Mr. Cowan
Is having the building repaired and
"The Parlor Millinery," as It will be
called, will soon be ready for business.
Assume that the National Bank would Guar
antee to Place to Your Credit
To ho paid to your family in ovent of your doath at any timo,
exacting only on your part tho paymont of a small rato o"f inter
ost (for oxamplo at tho ago of 80 yoara, amounting to t..vn '
por cont. on this monoy for 20 yoars, ami K Mll tttnD;r ' --
ond of 20 yoars guarantees to pay to you in caah, fn '
Would You Pay the Tax?
NOTE Tho KANSAS MUTUAL Lifo Insurance Company
issues such guarantcos and tho Insuranco Dopartmont of tho
stato vorifies its coutracts. For full information as to exact
cost at your ago, or any othor information portaining to lifo in
suranco will ho ohoorfully furnished on application to
JOSEPH R SCOTT,
Vinita, Ind. Ter. General Agent.
I t ri 1
If they only could,
many rich men nould
crate the V In wealth anil
write II tn its place, and
so change wealth into
health It's the saddest
thing about riches that in
in acquiring them men
often ruin their health
and at their prime are
doomed to live "perked
up In a glistering grief
and wear a golden sorrow.
The trouble is generally
n-ith the stomach In the
rush for riches there's
been no time for regularity, no consider
stlon of right food. The stomach and
other organs of digestion ami nutrition
become diseased and then begins the
bitter arJ arld sufferings ot The man
with "stomach troiiUli "
Yet this condition can b cured The
stomach and other organs of digestion
and nutrition, can be restored to a nor
mat condition of souud health. Thou
sands testify that Dr. Pierce's CoUleti
Medical Discovery, strengthens the stom
ach, nourishes the nerves and purlfttw
the blood, that it breaks the bonds of the
dyspeptic, and makes him a healthy,
happy man. No alcohol whisky or other
Intoxicant is coutaintd in "Golden Med
1 wae a tuiitrcr irom wnti we aociorf caucu
In'llge.tkm, but flr Irving itvcial tiuloent
pliyaKianafiitloItugti a ciit." witlraMr Frank
Vlerkle, V o. Hon 47J. Imlpuao. Jd.wo
Co . Mo. Souit of my yinptouis were enre
nu lo pit t aianucli. iuiIucm. i"ol fKllat;.
crDtlitiD , aomc tluita aortntu woulit eatca J
Iq towTl. Some one rrromaiMilcil me to taVe
III Htr Goldeu MrttUul DlKOrrry whu h I
dlil and alter taUaa oaly a lew tattles of pla
lovery uad j-cur I'lcasant rtttrta ran Uy I
Ueitv J 11 nt beat fit from, them than tr-sia any
otlitr incdiciae I tv r nt4 1 b.Rjo l c lo lit
Beh Jr in Id' t'' U'-s ririi atsdrd it 14
btheitatxl rl i-i ji jo
Dr tV' " PJ-i-tiil Tel t do nc;l
lc 1 - 9 nr ly t 1 11 iv"e -
Olivhr BAOnv, Pros. J. O. Hai.1., V-rres. W. P. PmrAiM, Cashier.
First National Bank,
VINITA, INDIAN TltRRlTORY.
01dlt u'tld Strongest National Bank in the Cherokee Natlou.
f DIRECTORS. -'
OUVXJi BAGBV, B. P. FOKT.VSX, R. B. FXA )"SER, A. L. CUVCUIU.. W.lt.
KORNKGA J', II'. A. OKAUAif.J. a HALL, G. IV. CLAM, IV. 8. JAL5ELL.
x uoesaoare uonorni uanKins uuainesn.
Jdly 4fh, 5tb and 6Tb...
Is the Date. -aei
IS THE PLACB.
Cclcbratq with us, cat baibecue and sec three days
of Real Racine:.
C. H. HAWKINS, President.
U W. lJUULb, beCretary.
Vinita "2 Harket.
Frank Harmon, Prcg'r,
Everything Tbit l Kspt in an
Up-lo-oXU Wct Marktl .... Ni Fwi List of
Canned Goods, Fruits, Con-