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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1901.
NO 44 g
The real rough
rMer it the ufaii
with a twilling,
aqulrtnhig oe for
a Mitille, on which
lie atanila, (mimic
lug hhtiKir to Its
every motion. If
his cooljieM fall
or hit nerve gives
way, diaaater and
denth reach out
A II i
i Li I
It'a the giving
way of the
proves fatal to bo
many a man. Per
hap i la alttirily
croaaing the street,
at he tiaa done ten
thmn itvl time. He hears a shout, alops,
hcait.i i, et rattled " anil la run over.
When - Mian finds that Ilia memory plays
him fnlsr often, when lie atarta off to
aowlluiiif .iiid fonretf. what he went
wlieii lie kno;v ne liaa locketi tne ironi
door mid yet an irritating uncertainty
compels him to gat up and verify hie
knowledge, then Hint matuia in dan
ger at nny minute when confronted by n
trifling danger Hb is unrt"ved.
This condition can lie perfectly cured
by the use of Dr. tierce's Oolden Med
ical nistmiT)-. It '.tretigtheiia the stom
ach, nourishes the nerves, and purlRea
the blood It cfitnini no alcohol,
whisky or other into.iicaiit.
The ronvin I delayed writing waa IwCkuM I
wanted to wilt ot
ntf rrar mier i mo iskch tne
mcrit'-lne iK-rorr (rtrt.'g my uteneflt. ami now
I can wnd'n irnml cnnacfeirtious Uatlmonial,"
wtllca Chan II Het(ettt. I!an . of Plata City,
Madlonn Co ohln During; the aunmer ami
fall of trf. I tieinme all 'mu dmtii," tic-rw
were out of order and Mumach m of of der. I
wrote to I Mrc for ailrrct. lie aaM t had
general delu'ltr. and ailvtatd Or tierce's Oolden
Medical UioenM-ry. and. I hunk, to you for your
aiWk-r I im.l fix lioltl,..; anil atuee I nioriptii
taking- It. alxnit niu car ago. t liavc not taken
any nitdiclne f any kind
inn mi i rf.i.r My ojiptHe la Rood, I can eat
three Miliar menm a May. i ao not icci tnai
inlsrrahlr liurtiliiR In the atnrruMh after eating,
and my lilo! nml nerves are In 0od shae."
Xt. Tierce'a IVllets cure biliousness.
For Sale at $50 Each.
From 10 to Id tnoij'iis old. Mali grade, nlio
Eight Pine Geldings.
Jlrlrera Slid Saddlers ,. -
The Season of 1901
At W. H. KalneV livery barn, opposite U.
S. court hotiK Vinltfc, India" Territory.
Service fee tlo.no to insura Ilvinc colt.
payable when colt ia ioaied, or when the
mare is disponed of or removed from the
1'aature (1 oa per moiiMi. Will feed
grain if tevltd. at re.Tonabli' ratcj,
riiligree furtuM,i(i u 1 appl'cutioj. .
J.'N; Walker, VlniUn
Not occunyine more bprco fJiitl
ii 1 1 MiyjjnijT
tho first following will ho insortadl lumilIn 1... yBfuc-d n Iniuncilon
at 85.0'J per yar. Tho verdict oi,umbl" lb", "Iubed, an ,nJuncl on
m,m n.n in, h,, nr amnll t,..,lB laDti trith that Controversy OUt Of
ia tllnt it
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pnys to advortiso the
J. C. OUAY,
JO Miles N"r i Invest ot Viniia.
J v lUnfj ou Pawji
sold omr fur alrtj
v.. tlon ot aUaiiait
tlM rewurd orooM
R. It. TAYLOn,
ami iilll in ia
Borne e. tin la
Kane " '
cmt creak, foni
inlleaa.e. ol VI
R. IJ. TUA YSSKH,
VInlta, I. T.
on 111 littiln
treek 7 nlli-a
weet or lllut
aekat. Cattle ot thl
only for alilp
ruaal. Kiu reward
W. H. NOBLES,
lloraa brand aami.
In each ear
llama haul oil
Ilia; oreak, U.K.
Falrlund, Ind. Tcr.
a nil a
itnn. In Ifilt.1
waal or ui
jacket, I T.
IwiniKvr ii MiLi'im:,
1'. O. Vlulla. I. T.
I'uatarri on Um
ChU. iifur Ami
1BTUJ. H .'
Cro.nl nir of t
Crerll. llurd )
imlly cow q
tn ( on r lull till i) oJ kldo Bum 0ck.
All l tallr-brandrij wllh - oa left alio
or aula ( lm rlaiil aula- Younertj
nmrked uulr " P '"1 "nu un
"aWTMt.iT.-aa, C- W glgla -
- .. fr.
mm M f
.Ilia, alark.atat !w
ni i ia'
,3 4 w. W. M1LL1CH, A
roilonieo Ylnlta, Inu Tcr. &
cuat mi4 l,i t
unit In iv v ,.
Judeo Springer and tho In
dians Turned Down at
AN APPEAL IS. TAKEN
Hut Tim Government Proceeds to
Complete Iib PIiuib For The
Opening nntl The President's
Proclamation 1b Exptcied to
lie Published Tomorrow.
Wntdiingion, June 20 Ii. As
sociate Justice Bradley ot the ru-
preme court of the District of Co
lumbia announced Ihif nftt rnoon
that no Ifjtinction would not be
granted in the proceedings insti
tuted by ex.Clilef Lone Wolf for
the purpose of piever.ting the gov
eminent from opening the Kiowa,
Cotuninnclie and Apache reserva
tions. The court held that the
questions involved were or Fuel) n
a nature, that it had no jurisdic
tion and that if tho Indians had
beeu wronged their redress lay in
After (lie decision had been an
nounced Judge William M Spring
or, Lone Wolf's counsel, gave
lormal notice to the court of an
appeal, which will be taken to the
court of appeals of the District of
Columbia. Should tho court sus
tain the position of the supreme
court of tho District of Columbia
a further appeal will be taken to
tho supreme court ol the United
States. PeUdingtheie appeals the
govornnlent will go ahead with Its
piano to open tho reservation. It
is understood that the president's
proclamation has been completed
and that it will be made public
either tonight or tomorrow. It
has been withheld owing to I ftp
"The Kiowa country certainly
y ill be opened to stfttTenje'ni'uy
August G," said Judge Vandevcnt-
, attorney general for the inter-
r department this afternoon.
'We don't care anything shout
ppoalc," ho continued. The su
preme court of the district of Co
the way, there is no reason why
thero should be anv delay what-
inierior uepartmeni uuiciaitt
were very much gratified over tho
picieion of the court, although
thby have hern confident from the
CjUvginning that an injunction would
i-jtipt be granted. Judge Thomas
yan, assistant secretary, said that
o confident w.a this feeling that
ho department had made all ol
s plans without' any regard for
tho action taken by hone Wolf
udge Vandevcnter has been con
rnlululed by nearly all the olli
als of the department upon tho
aimer with which ho conducted
tho government's contention.
Judbe Springersaid this afternoon
hat tho opening of tho Kiowa
country would lead to almost end-
IJws litigation in the courts of Ok
HiRfhoma. He declared with much
mphasis that immediately, post-
iru would be scattered throughout
he territory notifying prospective
.tfttlera that the Indians, would op-
Deal to the oourte for redress as
Boon as their lands had been die-
"I think in tho end wo will win
orjt," said the judge. "The plans
of the government involve the
rqbbory of the Indians. If tho
government and tlio Indians will
permit mo to act as their agent I
Will guarantee that I will sell for
union or u million uonarswuai
lift) Government nronosos to cell
for two million. Of course I am
Bapointed over tho decision of
Jle court, but we will get a hear
aa in the oourt of appeals as soon
as possiblo and hope for better
'Poople hero who aro interested
In tho opening ol the Kiowa coun-
call attention to tho fact that
Wd couit of appeal of the District
pi Columbia consists of three Quid
tletnocritts, and, while mi nno bub
lljjcts that politics playB any part
Hi Hip proceedings, the fact that
thojualloea and Judge Springer
oie ol the same political faith is
somewhat significant. Lone Wolf
and (ho Indians who compose the
sUgailon that came to Washing,
n to prosenl a memorial oppoe.
nil tho nnenlnc are very much
llisappolnled over the refusal of
Judge llrtidley to grant an tnjuno
lion. Delsnalu Klvnn. Governor
j Jvnklus nnd other Oklahoma pea
,-.--. -p -- -, ..--,.-.
who 're here, paid the attitude of
the court was precini-ly what they
had expHUlnd They agreed that
thrrit should be no further deltiy
In oiirrylng out Mm prnrnnitiie nf
tho Interior department.
The pall ol drath luiri indeed
overplnulnwrd our Utile idiy re
cently mid taken from ti com.
niuni'y three of our iiiovt -popular
i)UluetH niHii, tnoli hrinrifig the
entiiu biiptir-fnal till, nn if "iMiie
fa'nlity, itself, hung round the
One of the liugfBl ami mnsl
solemn corteges ev.T seen in Vi
nitn p.tid their lant reaprola yes
terday to tho mennry of one of
Vlnita'a most popular and beloved
olllz-iiB James It. Sheehau.
Ilif mtmory Is indeed worlh
every loken of respect thn has
been, or will bo, bestowed. V. urds
of sorrow and rpgrtt over hia un
timely denth, aro on every lip
and the tear ol sympathy moist
ens every eye. His death has
touched all classes as a common
and personal soirow. lie wne,
perhaps, the most popular mayor
Vinitn has ever had. Everywhere
are to.be seen eviilt-nccH of his
earnest and aotivo labors in IhaC
capacity, ilo was ever the friendj
of tho needy nnd oppressed, arfd
there are mafiy of this unforlun-.
ale class who will bless nnd ro
vere his memory. His loyalty to
duty was one of his most marked
characlf ristice; this wsi the secret
of the honors beBlowod upon him,
both politically end fraternally,
lie had fixed for himself a high
standard of life and the morning
of his manhood gave fair promise
of a full fruition of his hopes. As
cbara1u&orrJameBr Sheehan oan,
i.. J(f3tJk ,mu!Tr5,.,uitnr.
taTlfnii woJ 'H. WtffattiVJE 1
for every splrlngnutli of he'
town, whose ambitions are out of
harmony with his -environment.
Both tho young and the old came
to him fur help, advice and en
couragement, nnd in so far as he
was ttblo to iospund, llieit mission
waB not in vain. A kindei heart
never beat against a human breast
and mallco never knew tho road to
The memory of many a kind
and generou.8 deed will outllvo tho
dull cold marble that shall mark
his last resting place, and If a
"Sandalphon" could guard his
tomb, and teceive and change into
Mitral life, every individual mem
ory of kindly deeds, cheiishcd
by Ids friends and tliosu whom he
has befriended, tho clay bem-nth
which lie sleeps tod.iy would blos
som into puro and tualchlesB
Another bright and young life
haB been taken from our midst.
He shall bo missed but not for-,
gotten, It is not for us to know
why ho, of all others, was chosen
for death's licklo. The human
heart prompts such questions, but
Divinity wil not permit them to
be answered now.
"Ob, win liadtt tbou to do Willi cruel
Who wail to full of life, or tlcntli with
Tlmt tliou aliouldat dlo before tbou badat
V aball aborlly know tbat lengthened
la uot tho awecteat flfli God acada lila
And Sfltnetliflea tlio tablo pall of death
Cfinoea tlio fnlroat gift )llt loyo pan
A Fin use,
Gxpresalon of a Oateent.
The Infinite God of tho Uni
verse has celled from the activi
ties of llfo our Brother J. It.
Slieohnn, and we sb a lodge adopt
the following expression:
Whilo all good Masons meet up
on a level and are entitled to like
privileges and honors, it Ib true
that in this world of human en
deavor and variety of natural en
dowments, all do not accomplish
for themselves and others tho
same good. In tho case ol our de
ceased and deeply beloved Drother
Sheehau, few Mabona have ac
quired ro much knowledge of
mystic science aB he; few have bo
broadened the capacities of their
souls, have climeil to bucIi heights
and drank so deeply ot the sun
shine of brotherly lovo. Not con
lent to walk alone at sublime
heights, he has" extended a holp
ing hand to his less fortunate
Brothers. Not only was ho a ben
eOlplion lo Masonry! but ho was.
thn champion of eyer) thing good,
and thu enemy of all that was
bad, an ideal citizen. He -walked
through the world a noble man,
nnd, yet ho wbb merciful and kind
lo tho erring. A beautiful ex
ample of every manly virtue to
the young mm ot IiIb acquaint
uppo, yet ho stooped to lift the
fallrn and protect tho innocent.
He remembered his obligations,
ho whispered good counsel always,
riio woroliis.lBrejs with Heeomlpg m8n than McKinley Mmkorjee a a?lr iami lor ute
.'motieBty. Jta loved hnmnlty-J.iTrne9 ("JUploHatitn of Mars," and the
. - - liarainl T- ii f 11 aaaatlai aaiaa aliaaial Hal allilli ! ilt fl "ffll IM itri
i lin nam liia.lniirala with hucnmlntr
, .,.....,-,. ....... ,,.
forh was a Knight Errant, bu1
ground-Mi armour nl the faetJil I lie
Klig f.f Kli-j, nnd ! rd of LitriN.
tit-Inn wtiiir nafni' all u'xnl Ma
stuia nvVren'lv Imw.
I J V. K'-llTNKIt.
W P: Faiiim-.
f. A. (""AM'I.KH,
VhfjB, It hat t)-a-ed Djviiitt
ProrlfW noe t iak from us our
hfluVrd lnt ier, Jainen II B'iSo
ban, wht 111 we have long known
nd eatueiurd fur his knightly
niialilKn. riitrrf.iri', bo it
R)aiilveil,Thhl we, the members
if Phialphlau lodge No. M,
Kitlghts nl Pythias, nf which he
wiis a worthy member, do most
r-lnoerfly mourn his removal from
our midst by the reaper Death, a
reu who spiffs not kings or
princes. Wo shall miss our brnth
er from our Castle Hall He was
a knightly tnau, une whose life
wfls-full ol good deeds, in thu per
formance of which ho exemplified
the cardinal virtues of our belov
ml "Order, Friendship, Charity and
Benevolence. We prav that we
may meet our brother in tho great
Castle Hall beyond, where chival
ry shall flourish without How and
whero tears and death do not
-We extend to the bereaved ones
our sincere sympathy in their
great sorrow. We sharo in their
We recommend that these reso
lutions bo entered upon our min
utes and a copy thereof bo fur
nished the parents of the deceased.
W. L. CiurMAN,
W. 0. DuaoEit,
Sj. " ; TmorTa
Slr-KWRffirjamea K. S
dian Territory, occupation drug
gilt, dubbed and created Ki.ight
Templar in Muskogeo Command
ery No. 1, K. T. April Q.h, A. D.
18C8, ditd June 18th, A. D., 1901.
His death caused a vacancy in the
elation of Senior Warden of the
grand lodge nf tho Indian T.erri-1
lory, A. F.&A. M.
Pwing to tho dlstanco from the
asylum it was found tu be Imprac-
ticablo for thu Commandery to act
as escort at the funeral.
Committeo on necrology consist
ing of Sir Knights Hutching?,
Francis and Walrond submitted
the accompanying tribute which
was approved by U. E , Patrick J.
Byrne, E. 0., and ordered spread
upon the records as a memorial
page inscribed to the memory of
Whereas, an inscrutable decree
of the omnipotent Ruler ot the
universe has summoned from earth
pur beloved frater, James R. Slice
ban, and the inexorable mandate
deprived Muskogee Commandery
No. 1, K T., of ono of its most
courteous and magnanimous mem
bers. Now, thereloro, be it
Resolved, first, that In consider
ation of the worth of our departed
frater we give expression to the
solemn pride we havo in life char
acterized by skill and efficiency in
a chosen vocation, honor and in
tegtitv in business relations, pat
riotism and usefulness as a citizen,
zeal and devotion In the cause of
Freo Masonry and natural and
opeti hearted courtesy to all In the
manifold transactions of an active
and useful earthly career.
His kindly manner, just and
noble deeds, benificence and warm
friendship will be cherished hi our
memory forever. We can truly
certify that he brought no dis
credit to our unsullied banner.
May eqoh a life be an incentivo to
us lo do faithful eervloe for the
Great Captain of our salvation the
Second, that our sympathies are
extended to tho bereaved relatives
and to the broken cirole of asso
ciates and friends.
The local press of the town in
which the deceased si rved during
life in its hlghes municipal posi
tion (and whom its cilijens de
llchted to honor) are requested to
publish this tribute.
Third, that the swords of the
Templars and the banner and
sacred symbols of tho Command
ery ehaU bo draped In mourning
the usual porlod in honor of the
Sir Knight, Whose sword will
rust, whose body will crumble in
In dust, but who8P spirit is with
tlio Lord we trust "
Z. T. W-AUIONI),
Senator Quorles placed himself
on record when ho was in the ter
ritory regarding tho Cherokee
treaty. He stated unequivocally
that If the Oherokees wanted a
treaty and agreed upon one among
themselves, that congress would
listen to them. It remains to be
seen whother Senator Quarles,
with congress back of him, can
giye Secretary Hitchcock a knock
oulhlow. It will lion he a nuts-
lion whether Hitchcock is a bigger
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IIAP.UV K. D')N CAULus,
who rt cent Iv relgtieil the rMwiltloii of United States Comiulloncr for tho
Sixth Ultnlct to aocpttliQ presidency or the Fraternal Aid Society, hat
gone Ui Lawrence t jhuiup tl.e 'luilc uf hi hew f-itlon. Mr. Don Carlos
win born In the HucharSUta In the early 'w aid soon after urailuaLlon
from hU cliototi profession ot the law
three yean he has filled the ofllco ol
mxui uoinmi-gioiofri oisirict. tie propoaea now to Hive his cntlro tltnoand
lllienu lo the worK or Ills new onire and iii ue
ileal; however, his home will still be hero.
Undo Samuel Needs Time
to Moot His Obji-
WILL NOT PAY
by the Uroug
Funds. No Money For Them
Until Next Session of Con
gress. There was a uainfullv annarertl
jebsensa of mirtlfor'ound tho Fed-
feral ofllces Thursday. Happy con
tent still lingers in the U. S. Mar
ehal's oflice, but Uapt. While has
bolted the door and ronounctd all
communication with tho outside
world, lest it escape.
Tho ofllco oat purrs on, in mel
ancholy musing uf the threatened
substitution of last year's ink bot
tle for tho cream ladened saucer,
that has heretofore lubrioatcd tho
No joyous laughter reverberat
ing through tho corridors, disturbs
the antique cobwebs, or porcolates
in swtot refrain through the seamy
sides of Dnolo Samuel's tenement
Tho following obituary notico
of expected salaries, is tho blank
eting pall that has mutttd all save
the funeroal click ol Clerk Chand
ler's typewriter. It is addresaed
to Constable Win, Eiroms and
reads as follows:
Win SImms, Esq., Vinita, J,. T.
Dear Sir: I have to advise you
that the amount appropriated by
the "Sundry Civil Aot of Juno Gih
I0O1, for the payment of the sal
aries and expenses of olerks, dep
uty clerka, commissioners and
constables, and expenses of judges
in Indian Territory," for the prea
cut fiscal year, is praolloaiiy ex
hausted and yuur salary for tho
present month cannot be paid un
til CongresB appropriates addition
al funds for the purpose.
HespeoKully, He.nuv Ricutbh,
In far away Puerto Itioo, where
the gently swaying palm blends
its royal green in symphonic
beauty, with tho gorgeous flora of
that tropin isle, a coterie of Uncle
Sam's hired men eip tho cooling
saki in sweet content.
Their one excuse for sipping
anything save sea water, ia fgund
in tho gracipusness ol the
Comptroller of tho Treasury
who decided that the above men
tioned moneys Should bo in part
dedioalod fnr tho alleviation of
their tiopio thirsts and other lux
urious wants. The ' southar.)
tephyr, that playa In idlaneae o'er
that sun kiestd paradisu, ia sup
posed lo lull In dreamy ennui all
who (erl Its balmy touch.
Out Ilia dispatch with whluh the
coders of the treasury were de
pleted, aftor tho announcement
that dolayod salarjeo would be
paid from, tho territorial ftttidsi
shows that some are not quite ne
It is n long fast unlit Congress
meet", and unless the accomodat
ing CumMRlitr tUoldta Hal
aMBlAHMflliMriOt MH9MLaak 'rrvflliJls
MILLB.nii f Haf
TL.HEh.-s . 'TrrT. .ia i. -TlsiEliebnkVPan '
nuhcliDifriliiALki4. -TrTiKTlii nm.iiiW lli. wTi?nWlBrf,TVi
SlSaTM 1 .: --JV:'SK 'V-' 'a-niaaTfii "C
fcaa liiiiniiinr nnni imi i inn iui wiuuiuio aew ''ij ? ijTE'eF
iccteu 11 v tne Lrouum in
lie located in our town, for tho last
United h'titea Commissioner for ibo
away from VInlta a great
"Purther investigation of last
year's birds' Beats" may be turned
thu way, no idle test, will be
oountene ;ed in the federal build
ing for nu.ms to come.
"Pap" Simpson Receives a Severe
1 While hunting near his place
of tbla Wjy-THiesday af.
SluVpsfcn was tfcr-
dental dischargo of 1ila gun.
The details of the accident are
not known, but the nature of the
sustained wound is such that it is
litilo short of a miracle that death
did not result. The weapon, a
high power, sporting riflle wbb
discharged close to tho right side
KJlJ U.l i-angiug upward and pass
ing through the body. The point
ot entrance and thn place of exit
of the misbile, would lead to the
belief that it had passed through
the heart, If that organ was doing
duly In its accustomed placo. But
as the attending phrsicians expect
to litfve "Pap" out in a few weeks
either the ball deviated from its
indioalsd course or "Pap" wears
his heart on tho other side.
A PANTS MYSTERY.
Traveling Wardrobe (lathered In by
Three pairs nf trowsera to one
man is not considered a proper
ratio, this weather by Marshal
Ledbetter. As a consequence one
Harry Leo is meditating in the
city prison, either on the wages of
illegti appropriation, or tho ulll
male result of abnormal vanity.
(Whother ho is a common pur
loiner of pants, or a wandering
Doau Brummell has not been as
certained as yet, though all thb lo
oal devotees of Sherlock Holmes
have had their guess.
Two pairs of fashionable wors
teds enveloped the Adonis-llke
limbs, but unfortunately the outer
adorment had slipped upward dis
closing the frieie of tho second,
which did not blend with its mate.
Many things can he overlooked
but lavender trowsering with a
green fringe is not in the category,
so Marshal Ledbetter attached
himself unto the irrldieoont beauty
and deposited him where there Is
no danger of his .stampeding
A bundle, wbioh ho was carry
ing, disolosed unon examination
an additional repertoire of fetch
ing garments, which comprised
all the necessary eettlng for a hu
He will ho detained until his
identity is established or some
trowserless individual comes lo
claim hla own.
Number "Eight" Coming.
Tho south end of town will not sut
forforlatkof tho dollclous artoslau
water ir me eiloris of n company re
contly 'ormod to slok a well in tbat
locality uro aur-eeuful. Thoi;cntlc
tilen who are Intorcstod In tho under
taking are W.B. Raines, J.T. Qunter,
A. N. Green, Dr. Wimor, Kd Shana
linn and VellxOowan. Tho ciaot lo-
outioi of the pnjLoied gusher has
not boon determine I, hut it will be
somowhere In tho southern dUtrlct ot
tho oity, which has not horotofore
been pruaneeud for the apparently
inoxhauttlblo' supply of good water
tlmt underlies this aity.
Divvirce papers wero lllcd by Tneo
duiiim Sullivan, praying for divorce
and ni J u sitanini' alituony ot ISO a
in nil- In tn l.i hu baod, UcoJ I,
"inn v,. 1 ru. ty aliped aa cau&o
tf tbi rr"ip?e I'ii
WIIQN SHOULD A fUN INSUIttt? All that ia wrtatu In the fu
ture of any iimii ia lliat tie will either tlto or jpmtr oliler. The younj
man of ao years of age fimla that lie can boy an onlinary life policy for
otic-lmlf the annual premium it will coat him whvn he grta jut across
the forty-year Hue. Ite can get a ao-fayMient life policy for otwthird
less at age 20 than he can at forty. Read the Hals of commercial failures
published daily anil eooahler what chtmee the avetVKe buatiieaa man haa
lo grow rlclter aa be grows c4let. "Whet) tlatMOil a man inettre?"
Youth ia the earrttet; period of human U(e. Rrr(la$l poUcien iawed by
THE KANSAS MUTUAL LIFE IN
Will guarantee yon a competency in old age afMl iecurw to ourMlf and
family In advance thai which jtcm are working every day to obtain "an
oatate." rollciea are tirm-fot citable after three years ami contain liber
al proviaiona for loans, caali, paid up and extended luwraaee values.
Thirty days grace for the payment of premium, privileges to Insure ot
changing benefkiarie, freedom to travel and other attraetlve features.
1'or rales and other Information, call on or adtlreas ,
JOS. P. SCOTT,
General Agent, Vinita, I.T.
N. B. Reliable, Energetic Solicitors Wanted.
There U nothing In wWb fca-eeejMe UVps
ran find ao ananv Hftka mated
all are our little prices. It'" 'nt
need a new chair for ymr vaAaHda.
big chairs for big folks awl iitlfe
are very modest. See oiir0Uie ot
Sclcct a picture from
Fine line Coffins and Caskets,
balmcrs. Always awake.
A. N. GREEN
Carries a full Ijrjc of
Tfilf. 1 kifflfJiHBBBnV s- -"Jii j
ifi 1BaBe3cF'Mv ' '
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVAT
ORS, CORN PLANTERS.
SEE SAA1PLES BEFORE BUYINO.
fl. N. Green, Opposite Green Hotel,
Spectacles and Eyeglasses!
renter pride than the
Jbi. Heat of
aetlft ilmt cG5h ,
chairs for little folks.
have a new Hue just in. Jf Come nnd
Undertakers and Em
Phone Number 141.
theUp - to - Date Farmer.
.Accurately uttod to
auit Ml oyoa thnt can
bo boueflttotl by eye-
' Wlior; in noed of
Spectaclee oall in nml