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VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901.
VOL. XIX. NO 42 f
Can glvo you quick and perfect
service on any btll of LUMBER
no tnatlor hpw large. Lot ue
figure with vou. ,
We Want Yolir Trade.
We'ra Jitter If.
I. HAOIIY, .
omc in New IUUHfT Building. Tele
phone lii Residence, Ahlrich Cottage,
Telephone no, VInita, Ind. Ter.
ATTORJWY AT LAW,
Ali'l Notary Public. Office in new Hal-
, sell building, Vinita, I. T. Will practice
in all the rutted States court of the I. T.
TAM1S S. DAVKNPORT,
J ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 9 and in, New Ilalselt llullditig,
VtNITA, I. T.
Dacnpnrt Sc Hull, Attorney at Iaw,
Hank Iluililiiig, ClHremore, I. T
Supremo Court Asked to Stop Kiowa
W. DAY, D. D. S.,
Gold Crown aud Mrfigf VlArfcf PgJb
Room in Raymond Rullding, Vinlta, 1.
T. Office hours, 8 n nt. to 6 p. m
Washington, Juno 0. Applica
tion for an injunction to prevent
the government from opening lite
Kiowa, Comnnclio und Apache
reservations to settlement was
filed in llin supreme court of the
district of Columbia this afternoon
by Lone Wollo, who claims to
represent the confederated tribes
of Kiowa, Comanche and Apache
Indians. The papers wero drown
up by former judgo, William M.
Springer, who has acted as legal
adviser to Louo Wolf since he
camo to Washington two weeks
ago to protest to llio interior do
parlment for the opening.
The court is asked to restrain
Eathan A Ilitchoock, secretary of
tho interior, Binger Herman, com
tnieeinner of tliv general land oflico
and William A. Jones, commis
sioner of affairs, fiotn cnri ylnp in
to effect certain acts of congress
declared by the complainants to
be unconstitutional and void and
which threaten the Indians with
tho loss of their property in viola
tion of tho constitution of the
United States. It is explained
that the act of June 0, 1000, and
tho aclB mpplunentary therelo
that provide for tho opening to
settlement by white men of two
million acres of land were enacted
in violation of the property rights
of -tho Kiowa, Comanoho and
Tjio Indians, so it is alleged,
wero induced to sign the treat)'
IthatKiiourofl in. Ilia matter by false
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ami usuuuiem-. translation., &lM4mnr!
UTpl ttBrtQ oTThoBe who KlgQtrf tfMMIfftj;
trefliy urtileffclBOH tlnrovtet
Uluclals nt thu interior nei:
,' jj. W, 1ILB
n. n. WILSON
BLUB s WILSON,
Furniture Store. VIMTA.t. T,
ing4 has not boen ablo
tha particulars in this ca
M. T. Ross, who clajmetf to
havn been robbed last-fail liy K.
W. Odum, James HfflrrlB and
George Boatright, andfwliQ Is the
main witness n go in it thefu, has
failed to show up at -1hU term ol
court. Other witnesses in the
caso have been discharged, but no
disposition has boen ulode of tho
case up to the prrsent.
The grand jury returned five
true bills today and ignored tho
cbargo of introducing against No
Ian Williams, B. T. Trotter and
Joseph Harry. '
Henry Vann was sentenced to
90 ilnya in jnil and fined SI and
cos(s for intmduolng; was ordered
discharged from custody at any
time that he would settle as much
as fifty Hollars of tho cost assessed
Pleas Heather pleaded guilty
to introducing and selling and was
sentenced in tho Fort Leaven
worth penitentiary for fifteen
Graver Cecil entered a plea of
guilty to selling whiskey in two
cases, being only a hoy of 16 years
of ago was allowed to stand on his
pleu of guilty and return homo
with his father. Hayings.
AGAINST A TREATY.
Too-Qua-Stee (lives Reasons (or the
Faith 1 hat Is In Hint.
Over the northern portion of
the Cherokee country wheat is
doing well, hut is irregular in
stand, and with oats, corn and
gnidrnB needing rain; corn grow
ing slowly, but in good condition;
onto about a half crop, but head
ine fairly long; crass short, hut
ftfflocfc doing well; fruit doing well.
Over the central portion wheal
g well and nearly ready to
corn is 'SjLcultJyjitLi--f
, . yfltw'tSSSSSffv .- - r . ' ' " i T"li I UUCI9A
WBBK'Anti oaiSvnoifluog so
"jTCTili; potatoes are ripening: Block
menl satu iiiey linu been expect-Ldolng very well
"1 D. iJBnBDITH, D. V. S
suroeon and dentist.
Ilcwliiuiulrrs at dinner's ataMiM. laatli
Wjlon iml writ lli .Vliiltn. I. T.
For Sale at $50 finch.
IrvCiIOto 10 mni.tii old. Iilgli grade, alio
Hight Pine Geldings.
llrlrcra intl Imlillim nn
The Season of 1901
At W. II. Raines' livery horn, opposite U.
S. court house, Vinlta, Indian Territory.
Service fei tio.oo to insure living colt,
payable uhv-i colt is foaled,, or when the
marc is disponed of or removed from the
Pasture $1 00 per mouth. Will feed
grntu if deftited, at reasonable rate.
Pedigree furnished on application.
.L N. Wtilker, Vinita, I.T
Not occupying nioro spaco than
tho first following will bo inserted
85.00 per yonr. Tho vordlct of
en owning largo or small herds
m that it pays to advertiso the
ing llio application fur an injiino
tion for several days as Judge
Springer, at Iho lime the protefitTcotton
againbt the opening was filed, no
tified the aepartmont that in the
event it were ignored, ho should
go into tho courts and ask for an
injunction. Tho court took the
application under advisement and
a dtcislon will be announced to
The inttrior department will be
represented by Attorney General
Vundeventer. Tho belief al (he
department is that the couit will
take the view that congress having
enacted legislation authorizing and
directing tho interior department
to open the Kiowa lands, it has
no jurisdiction and that, then fore,
the injunction cannot bo granted.
OfliciuU al the department say
Louo Wolf due not represent any
considerable part of the confedcr
ated tribes and that as a mutter of
faot, he is aoting in tho interest of
cattlemen and other outsiders to
whom the opening will be detri
J O OKAY,
iv 3iiic norinneki 111 "LUgt -t
lion lewurd or eon.
vli Hon of itcnllnic
B. U, TAYLOIt,
rostotllcr Vinlta, I. T.
8mooili crop 111
Ullear, mil crop
ml milt In thf
Ilange on 1a
mllfas.s. or VI-alia.
E. Jl. KKA YbEU,
Vinlta, I. T.
Ilorit b.an4 y
on Ulfr Culilu' u
crrri. . innua
wait of llluo-
W. H. IJOBLHS,
Ilnr lxnl aamr.
lioau urann I
in chhii .ir
IftilrUnd, Ind- Tcr.
Mil aplll la
clone m iii
A severance was taken in the
robbery case againl Lee Love,
John Sanders and Juck Pearson,
wh no ci sea were called up yes
torday, snd. Lee Lovo and John
Sanders were put on trial, Thlg
oaso had not been disposed of up
to 3 o'clock this afternoon.
John Williams, living a short
distance west of Wagoner, was or
reBted un n complaint sent in
Texai last evening, and is
n tho holdover. Tho Say-
Over the southern portion farm
ers are up pretty well with work,
hoed out, and corn culti
vated, but crops Buffering from
cold nights; oats heading, but
small; potatoes and gardens do
ing well; trult promising.
An Object Lesson.
There is quite an object lesson
in the trial by jury and the con
viction ot the two men in the dis
trict ourt yesterday and one thai
should be well sifted into tho pub
lic mind as a proof thai the right
of witnesses to testify the truth is
sacred and that all such will be
protected. While these cases
were nominally for a breech of the
peace, evoryono including juries
that sal on them, knew full well
that back of this charge lay the
much more serious offense of an
aRBaalt upon a government wit
ness, a (1 but for this underlying
causo the cases would, as one of
the attorneys said in bis argument
have passed without being noticed
by Ihu federal authorities.
If men or boys will break the
law they may expect to be pun
ished eomo day and the man who
is instrumental in bringing about
sucli punishment will have the
full protection of the courts.
There is scarcely any vice more
pernicious or degrading to a com
munity than gambling, and any
man, no matter who he may be,
who turns up tho men who thus
engago In violating tho law, acts
tho part of a good citizen; and the
effect of recent disclosures in the
grand jury room, and these two
convictions as an aftermath, will
havo a most salutary effect.
South McAlesler Capital.-
Dr. C. Uollty Bell Promoted.
J. B. Turner laloly rccolvod it letter
from his brother-lii-law Dr. O. Bailey
Boll, at Wuvorly I'litco In the suborns
of Nashvllls. Dr. Boll has accoptoil
a pniresforshlp In tho UnWorslty of
Nashville I'rof. ot Obstetrics und
BiotorlohiKV, and will bet'ln hi la
bors In that capacity at tho oponlng
of Llio school year. Dr. Boll's many
friends In this city will bo rejoiced to
learn ot his uooil fortuno and tiro suro
that ho will rill tho now position with
honor to tho groat Institution and
distinction to himself.
urn! "St j
itmI or ltlua
McdicaJ aihice can only tjt given by u
rm-iical man or woman, one wlucaitil
and trained 111 the profesion of medicine.
IT IS USELESS TO WRITE
TO A WOMAN
or man for .unheal tdvice unlets such
are trained and qualified medic) practi
tioners O If era 01 " medical advice " are
made by those ulio cannot give what
they ofltr, because thty laeV the med
ical training nnd profusslonat quallfica
lions of phytic; nu. You will not tiu-,1
your propenv in mt care 01 irretpoiuiuie
tieoplc Will oii trutt your health
with that or Or
mpilry Mill show that no offer made by
aiiveriiMUkr puyMciau can compare
k. v nercc, emu con
suiting physician to the Invalids' Hotel
aud Surgical Itiktltutr. rmflalo, N. V.
fjlclc lA'iuion ran roiuult I)r Pierce by
Kit iri e All utters nt- read and an
i rel .11 nl-ti in,tiiiifiiit-ni.e f you are
sn IT, uij! froi'i disisr of ii- womanly
pr. n v nt In
Wf. K-.V. IWU, BlM'ALO.N. V.
There Is more Catarrh In this sec
tion of fio country than nil other di
seases put toother; and until tho last
ow years wnssupposcp f) be Incura
ble. For a great m j ny year doctor
pronounce! It a local plsoaso, nnd
prosoilbo) IojjI romodlcs, and by con
stantly faltlny to euro with local
treatment, prmiouncod it Incurable.
Sck'iioe has proven catarrh lo ho u
cnailuliumil d House, and theroforo
roriulros oun.tliutlonal troitinont.
Hall's OuturrhOure, manufactured by
V. J. Oheuoy !i Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is
tho only constitutional euro on Iho
market. It Is tnlcon Internally in
doses froai 10 ilr.ips 1 1 u twspouuful.
It ants directly un tho blood and mu
cous surface! of tho system. They
olTerono hundred dollars fur any caso
it falls 1 1 euro. Send for circulars
nnd tOKiimoiiio. Address,
V J C KNRY A CO . TuleUo, Ohio.
Sold by drmjkMsU, 7uc IUil'd Katmly
ji'llls ato th8 bt, w
Editor Chieftain: I take tho
following from The Lender of
Thursday, June Gth:
"The L'rcat fact still remains that a
settlement of their affairs is needed
by tho Chorokcc people, nnd that the
man who nttempts to delay or twharl
It Is not their ft lend. Why make a
treaty? says Too-Qua-Stee. Why not
makoa trcaly? Is the way the quoi
Hon should be stated now."
I am disappointed in Tho Lead,
or; I bad assumed that he was
compotont to givo n reason for the
faith that was in him. He says a
treaty should be made; Too Qua
Steo says it should not bo made.
Tho Leader having tho affirmative
side of the issuo is under obliga
tions first to support his position
by tho necessary proof before Too
Qua Steo should be called upon
for a single word. But this ho
declines to do, and attempts to
throw upon us the responsibility
of maintaining our negative in tho
faco of his affirmative. Friend
Leader, you ought to know this is
not fair dealing, yet it is just what
the treaty men aroall doing. They
all want a treaty, but thoy do not
have the moral courage to declaro
plainly why they want It. But
the Indian, when he fights, cares
but little for the rules of battle,
nnd seldom makes any account of
the odds against which he has to
contend. Too Qua Steo will cheer
fully take up tho gauntlet just as
it is cast al his feet, and proceed
In nil.. Iliu rvann mli.i o l,..lu
should not be made. 1T
The townslto of Vinita contai
more than seven hundred
ee poonlOi'and (t
two hundred thousand doll
their title to this charming spot
of earth is evidenced by genuine
parchment signed and sealed Cy,
tho president of the United States.
The Curtis law takes this valuable
piece of property away from these
Indians without their consent and
proposes to givo it lo the treaty
men; and yet these tamo treaty
men havo sense enough lo knw
that ,lhis arbitrary invasion 0
private rights has nolhir? but the
executive power of Hie govern
ment to support it, whereas they
would much prefer to have the ad
ditional support of the law and
the constitution. For getting this
additional support, there is only
one way open to thorn, namely,
by inveigling or driving these In
dians into an assent to what the
Curtis law is doing. ,
Now, Too Qua-Stee is not will-
ing to gratify llieso fellows in such
a scheme, and for two very simplo
reasons: 1. An assent on the
part of the Cherokee peoplo to the
Curtis law in reference to town
sites would enliat both the law
and tho constitution in sup
port ol Ibis great piece of rob
bery, and nl the same time
perfect tho title of these townsiters
in their ill-gotten gaip, and withal
rolfase the United States from all
liability to tho CeerokoeB tor the
forcible appropriation of'this-msg-nificent
piece of property.
2. The Cherokees, whether by
legislation or by treaty, have
nothing to expect but loss, lose,
loss, all the time, loss, fleecing
without end. The only part they
are allowed to take in tho ufalter is
simply to lend their own aid to
the consummation of wronc upon
For llieso reasons Too Qua Stee
Is not in fovor of-a treaty.
Now, friend Leader will you
nut be gpod enough to give us
your reasons for thinking a treaty
ought to be- made? Be suro also
and explain to ub how opposition
to a treaty will convict one of un
friendliueBa to the Cherokees, and
how tho man who favors a treaty
thereby shows himself to be their
trusted friend. All we ask Is,
that ynu verify your old prop
ositions, so that an ordinary mind
can appreciate them.
Too Qu.f Stee
guilty of insubordination nnd tils
obedionco, is n healthful notice lo
the boy of the nation thai thry
aro expected to be gentlemen in
all the schools and colleges of tho
land. Faculties and teaohcrs ev
erywhere are made stronger by
this act of the government. It is
not a mark of genius to haze
younger students, and it is not an
exhibition of brilliancy to disre
gard the rules of the Institution
whioji one is attending. The
probability is that Thero will bo
comparatively good order nt Wost
Point In the Immediate future, and
that all tin other schools and 00 1 -I''Jof
the land will find it oaslbr,
it nSonsequence, to maintain
Improve The Roads.
Betweon Vlnitaand tho Island fori
road cronlnt; of Little Cnblo Crcok,
Oj plain Whlto Informs us thatseron
oultoru are badly needed, and ho also
Buvgestsa fcasiblo plan for uctMoi:
tttem. At, one of the lumberyards In
this town thetc Is n quantity of two
Inch oik lumber that can be purch
ased nt a reduced price, nnd tho Oupl.
UUti pr-ipuses 1 1 see that th culverts
nr properly put In If tho clt'zns and
bosjlncis men ofth plain will pay
forHhe boards. Thire oould hardly
het better Investment made than this
on$.Thls Is one of the main thorough
fares Into the elty, nnd perbap
istraveled by moro pwplo than any
otfjer ono road around town. Tho
tlrto liu ome whan tho Inrmers will
A' mind L.'er runds to Vinlta or go
-owhere to do their trading and to
market their grain and othor pro
ducts. All the roads loading toVl-
tilta ouylit to be improved this season
New School House.
fhe people of the wst Cabin creek
iborhocd have built a new school.
infh house, and have arranged to
W - ipe tfctrgwjmr6th. to
,-e in raiaini? the inoncv
mild it. PollowinK is the names and
lunts of the subscribers to the fund:
W. South I a.so
W H. Csin too
6. W. Graves j.Bo
M. C. Chriflain 2.6o
S. J. Chrlitaln a.5o
T.S. Hedy 2.50
vacs v.oie z.oo
Grave ,. j.po
Loot ;. 2.J0
INDIANSTO WHITE HOUSE
President Said They Would Receive
Justice tit the Kiowa Opening1
Washington, June C The del
egations of Indians headed by
Louo Wolf, who came to Wash
ington last week lo fije nl the In
terior department a protest
against tho opening of the Kiowa,
Comanohe und Ajinoho reservation
prosentid today to tho President
a oopy of tho petition. Thoy wero
accompanied to the While Houw
by dx-Judge Springer, who is not
ing as their adviser. The Presi
dent informed tlvtn thai they
would not suffer an injustice.
They then left tho White House.
Judge Springer did not say what
tho next move of the dissatisfied
Indians would bo, but officials of
the Interior department expeot
them to apply to the oourte for an
injunction to delay the opening.
The officials here say they have
advices from .the Kiowa country
that disaredlt Lone Wolf and his
associates and they ar not treat
ing them with very much consid
eration. At the Interior department It 1b
said that tho dnte fir the promul
gation of the President's procla
mation had not been decided upon,
but that the proclamation would
be promulgated toon ns the de
partment's plans for the opening
had been put into effect.
In Cheatham's Laxative Chill Toole
talbot firm) is the greatest combina
tion of ;tTec lveniV and oonvcnlence
known. Carry a bux In your vest
pocket and taken as occa-ion require
aud yi.ni will be Immune fro-u ail ma
larial troubles. Sate, swift and suro
Cuarant'd to cure. Only &5 ceui
WIIHN SHOULD A flAN INSURtl? All Ijtat In certain in lite fu
ture of any man it that he wHI ehher die or grow older. The young
man of 10 year of ttgt rinds tht he can buy n ordinary life policy for
one-Imlf the annul premium U will cost Ultn when he gels just across
the forty-year tines- lie ean get a so-paytnent life policy for one-third
lea at age so than lie can at forty. Read the list of commercial failures
published daily and consider what chnnce the artrage bushiees man has
to gnyv richer a he grow okler. '"When sketfld a man Insure?"
Youth is the earning period of human life. Registered polldesissued by
THE KANSAS MUTUAL LIFE IN
Will guarantee you a coMpeteacy In old eg mm) secures to yeurself and
family in advance that which yea arc working every day to obtain, "an
estate. " Policies are non-forf eiteble after three years and contain liber
al provisions for loan, cash, paid up ami extended Insurance values.
Thirty day grace for the payment of nrmitame, privllefres to insure of
changing beneficiaries, freedom to travsrt ami other attractive features.
For rate and other information, call 011 er addreae,
JOS. P. SCOTT,
General Agent, Vinita, I. T.
N. B. Reliable, Energetic Sollciiors Wanted,
Henry lenkitsa 2. so
Cash from Vinlta. 16.25
u. A. uunu 90
Urn West j, 1. 00
A. A. Darton .'. 1 .00
C. It. Graves 1.00
David Jonkius U.jo
Thomas A rehio 5.00
F. V. Sell 1.00
Box supper at Sontberland's.... 7.00
Brooms, by Kiuworthy .60
V. C, Chamberlain So
Krastus I.eforce 5.00
James Leforce 1.00
G. 1'. Camp 1.00
Knoch Sou therlsiul 5.00
llox supper at Cole's 3.00
First National Danlc, Vinlta 1.00
DarrouiUi I iardn-are Co 50
Frazee HVUrare Co , 25 lbs nails .87 K
Mark Jarbold 25
Dan Williams 3.00
John Weir 3.00
W. Klaus 85
George Costley So
Geo. 15. McCoIIoukIi Co
V.V. Olrlch 1.00
Kind irjnt,wcntto We jone:
to in cut their attorneys to coatu
with reference to the big claim. Tli
ola i in Is an eld Mexican land grant
tho ancestors of tho Vlelds heirs au
embraces more than two whe'o coun-
tfos In Texas. There arc about tliir-
ty-&e dircet UvlmilaMttdaiiH ot the
graniet, armiihoaraw u wortti sev
eral tanlion doUaii. Oil hat been
XmrHI Cnt rogW ef -Vbo -eialtt aad
TtriOTtttwaiftrt to t mi excenint
cn&ncc for a settle NO" t.
An Appreciated Qlft.
Lu in an F. Farkor, Jr., lnuly pre-
nentod the Sciiuoyuh bund of Vinltn
with eluht ptccos ot high-cradc band
music, four of which have arrived; tho
remaining four arc on route. One of
tho toloctlons, "Old Kentucky Home"
cost 82 00 nlone, and the entlro lot Is
Urst-elass. This Is a gltl the bund
hoys appreciate very highly, and will
ever remember the donor with kind
nets fur the InteioH ho has mani
fested lu the organization, if wo had
j few mare P.ukors Vinlta would
havo a "few more-" band.
City Council Meetlnjt.
Tho city council met latt week, all
the members woro prwent except
Councilman L. l Isboll.
A ntimbir 0; claims wero presented
.'i'bo hitching-poit ordinance, 'pro
viding for the romovul ot tho hitch
ing posts from Wilson sircot and iho
south side of Illinois urenuc, was put
uppji Its second reading.
Tho propojltlon 10 submit tho mat
ter of a 0110 per cent tax for tho pur
pose of building a system or mil"--wirks
waodlscus.cd, and will lu duo
tlmo bo submitted to tho votors fur
their intillcutluu or rejection.
The notion of the secretary of
war, severely disciplining, by ex
pulsion, suspension, nnd in other
ways, n long list of cadets at Wet
Point f?h have been pVra1lriUy
Mrs. W. I). ltalnos gavo a delight
ful llttlo paity at hor home Saturday
at 2:90 for the little folks. It was
a merry little crowd. Thcro were
game, muslo and all kinds of good
thing to oat, nnd a huppy evening
which tho little ouo nil) not soon for
got. Tli. tc present were: Lucy Mel
ton, Verllo York, Jennie Fowler, Jes
sie l'razter, Sum Fowler, liny Ohor
rlngiun, Ethel Ohorrlngtoii, Kthol
Frailer, of Olarcmore; Ollry Jonnint's,
Harry Jennings, Mrtlo Iteamcr,
Hazel Hcuuicr, Cora Del Davis, Mat
tie Henderson, Ethel Flint, Willie
Fowler, Fred Clluklnleard, Josslo
liacU-acho, eprnlns, bruises, cut?,
rheumatism, suiarrli, diarrhoea,
crump colic, all achos aud pains
spcoHly cured with Hunt's Llgl.thltigJ
Oil. Fulling, money refunded. v
I will pay tho owner or tho bott
inulo cult sired by either of my eltiht
tuamtiioth Juoks, fl00.nl Vinlta colt
sho Out. 15, 11)02, breeders appoint
lug JudfQs. Alio wltl pay $100 lo own
or ot best horse oolt sliol lb seiumi ot
1001 by my seal brown Immblotoutuu
bred bullion, George O., nolght 1300,
bulgut 10t hands, of Hal Pointer fam
ily, coml'lnol saddle nnd harness
hone. As a breedor this huroo has
fow equals, mid his colls Invariably
sliuw hia pure blood lu style nnd llulsh.
It U only uocoisury lo eco hi in to appro
elate his uplomllil qimlltloi.
To Insuiu colt, $10; ej August lt
and 9o when iualt is fouled, with re-
r- , ,sn,i "
f Binder - and - Mower j I .
lkM t -a. trrtr LVsTlliltVlMiiMiiii 'nitltlllsti T vw . w itH Hi
J" tPwfiiraCli8 ul.f. Por Every Binder or Mower in the Countrv. I fi
ntlr'tiui.l ' 'lKTSti. ( nt: UlMHl nail J K ;
T- n . - I WFa IX HA TTSja m-fBlk.SBBt 4 if rm m n - Jm xm,
v.TttTmmnbmLXiiTmNmti- mso a omDiete.5tocic ot uuards. ft r
FUMilMWlL, ."Mfc 5 TW Zgmt.. - 2 K
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Dou'l risk the Utile oue's life. Croup
IS u dniiit'eroiu dleease. Mrs. H. Grtfc'n,
Dundee, Kas., says, "My little daugh
ter had been troubled with croup since
she was three months old; Ueege'
Cherry Cough Syrup cured her. Chil
dren like It. Guaranteed. People's
drug store. w
Preaching service in the First
1'ietbyterlan church every Sunday at
11 a. in. and 8 p, m., Kcv. Curtis 13.
Lont;, pastor. Sunday school at 8:15
a. in., D. M. Marr, superintendent.
Junior Weetininster League every
Sunday at 3 p. m., Mrs. Jov'i.li Conlc-
IId, president. Thursday, prayer
mcetlnuatS p. m. The Lid let' Mis
sionary society mecu the last Tues
day of each month nt 3 p m., Mrs.
Eva RutcllIT, preildcnt. The Ladles'
Aid society meets every alternate'
Wednesday at 3 p. tu., at thachunli,
Mrs. J. S. Oborn, president. All arc
cordially Invited to attend the ser
vices of ihlu church. Bxcellent music
an i scats free.
Setin Ilerford Hulls and three
Ilorkshlre Itoars for salo chdap. See
or wilte Chas. S. Perkins, Osweuo,
Your Summer Journey.
If you wish to investigate the min
eral wealth and fruit orchards of Ar
kansas and Missouri, see the rich
farms of Oklahoma and Indian Ter
rltory or o on a summer outing, take
the Frisco line. For health, wciUh
or pleusure we surpass a'1 other. Ar
ranuenionts lure been urado whereby
we can now tell tickets ihrouch to
Yellvllle, Ark., the center of the rich
est mineral district of Arkansas and
Missouri. Summer rate to Bureka
Springs, the famous health resort, are
on, and ticket llrulud to ninety days
can be procured at any lime. We are
rluht In Hue on cheap rates to De
troit Michigan, Louisville, Ky., Mem
phis, Tenn., St. Paul, Minn , Milwau
kee, Wis-., Cincinnati, O., San Fran
claco, Cal., UulTalo, N. Y , Washing
ton, D. C-, and all other Important
points. We will ileum it a pleasure
to tlguro with you on any contem
plated trip und will ute our beet tu-
docvor to render courteous treatment,
assuring you of a satisfactory Journey.
Any other Information will be cheer
fully given by tho nearest Frisco
agent or drop a card to either of tho
undersigned. II. F. Dusn,
Dlst Pus. A ifent, Wichita, Kas.
Gen. Pjs. Agent, t. Louis, Mo.
Whip to a stiff froth cue qlt
cream; sprinkle over it and mixl
ly i-2 pound of almond inacca'r
KTsted and sifted, and six tables,
fulls of pondered sugar. Turn
mixture into the freezer; pack,1
stand aside for one and a half h
Do not stir. Serve lu punch gli
Frozen deserts, liked by everyout
always easy to make if you use a
Peerless Iceland Freezer,,
Patented (lather construction does Awny will nil motions ex
copt ono. Tho frecxing --esult is smooth, delicious ice crown
in throe minute). Other now recipe iu toe cream j (wrote froc.
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Wuliur Churleswortli li homo fruit)
Talilefjunh where he recently gradu
ate! from tho Male Seuiln try. Wal
ter Is a bright ) ouni,' ful low and npprc
clttte that it is an honor to titivo been
a suocessful student in the old semin
ary whure so many Cherokee hys
"I strongly recoiumend Hegi
Cherry Cuugh Syrup; ttcurod mo of a
throat and lung troublo of many
1 cars' standing." Mrs. J. llrcmcii,
ItitlcCul. Cures cuuglis,cuiilB,asi.limn,
I'lrontliilH, la gnppo, pnuumi nlu,
wriHipiug i ''ii", crimp aim lun-iuuip
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The esseuUal thing about tmyitur a watch is to know that it is a
good Hatch, Yon don't buy a watch as ofltii -u you do groceries,
vnd if you buy the wrong Und you have bought a trouble that
lasts a lontr time, the least enperieuced buyer can buy here ami
be sure that the watch f a good one ana just us I tell you it is.
Uenl' WatcliiM Irani S l-svlo o. tJIW Watctics (rum Sia to js
Fine and coin plicated
Motto Nyt thu cheapest
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