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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1901.
VOL. XX. NO. 8
The twin who started to run a race in
chains and fetter, would be vitlhly hand
Icanpod. No one would expect him to
1'icrced. The man who runs tilt race of
life when nil
dld'illve and nu
tritive org in i, are
dlacoxcd 1 equally
the on cane his,
strength la over
weighted, in the
otner it if under-
11 else a sound
$ sea-.ee of the
amtach an 1 oil.cr
qrana of 'It ,cs-
tvt and i.H' ' ion.
Vn thia i lone
foU ia jirn'.Ltly
il'Aitcl and n-
.iim-rfed fttul the
bod rcceiVoe st-engtlt in the only way
in lilch strcnni can be given by tlw
nulkton derives from digctted and a.
aiiuihted food. 1
Soon to bo Movod From New
England to Southern
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mIi ii (I'M -. I nit to hh
, ,li:i.l M'cn-ry I took
f It C"o I lliit I topped.
in nymplbiu or gaftrK
Strongly Impressed Wijh Aaii ilv
Inge Offered by The IVrltory
And Will Mako Further
Study of tlto Oolion
17 head of slotis on yesterday's
quarantine market, nvsraglng 807
pounds Hint sold to Swift & (Jam
jinny al 88.
J. II. Hopkins, a prominent
stock man find feeder at Ch6ntah,
was at th yard" yesterday with
202 head of altera rraighlng 911
jiounda, that brought $8 ItC.
W. A, MoAlester, of Mill Orsek,
sold 2C steers, aVMRgfug 706
pounds, at 82 96.
A train of 17 oars, containing 888
head or Htaf rs, was Bold for 'P. A
and Jiunea Parkinson, of Okinul
gBO. Tno steers averaged 703
pounds and aold to Nelaon, Morn
it On. at 88.10 per J00 pounda.
ll utc for "Golden Med-
There ia uotlilngHiwt
Accept no .
Dr. pierce'. lommon Senae Medical
AaSiscr', rtnt Ire on receipt of stamps
to cover ejclnse c.' tnailing only.
Tuii'.nn Accent tamis for tho
book in p j. 'trover, or jl aUmpa for
the elotli-lx.nll volume. Auurea ur.
IL V. I'ltrcr.luffalo, N. Y.
To Establish Fast Sorvico to
Oklahoma Points This
KATY WILL RACE
"The great bulk of oolton fubrioe
will bs inanufHOlurad in tho futura
cunllgtiou8 to the nootlon in which
tli ii ntajilo is grown, and lliu exact
localltniB of the millb will depand
largely upon the question ol cheap
It was with llmeo Words tbnt W.
II. Dorsuy, banker. and huaincBS
man of Cambridge, Muse., prefnottl
a prophecy on the fuluro oommpr
oIhI greatness of the Indian' terri
tory, batween trains IbU morning.
Mr. Dorsey, who U a member of
iho directorate of a New England
RjiidioittH that controls the output.
(f mx oi the largtBt t astern mllln,
wa returning Irnrn hii inspiction
of the Hrnumont oil fields in the
interest of the ayndioalo.
It U their intention to move the
mills Biiiith tn the near future
and Mr. Dorsey has apent several
weeks in Ttxas ttnd the territory
A looatiou that has the advanL
Mgi'S of cheap power and ciienp
cotton is what he bus been looking
for, and ne duee not conntder the
Hraumont oil fields to ooiiluin en
ough of certninly to juslUy the
t-reation of iuIIIb dependant upon
their output as fuel.
Mr. Dorsey is elrongly in fuvor
i.f dirtel water powi r or hydro,
electric power, and thinks they are
tho .dlulion of the pswer problem,
lie lias trverJl reports on th
itrttctKtUit riebhrotseitDdtoi Ktmai Qrand River and other territory
fltlA ot tut Boutn ant owbwwihto w
of Kom and the Indian Tettltory, and Uuu
rc1a ol other Induitttat pUeta of Inttrcit and
profit to the howe-iteker oud lnMtor. And
Uit, t -1 not ltaat, 11 will trry you to tbe famed
ii(llb rttoitt of the Otarkt.
KIotlnR Too Stronz
The oharges of rioting preferred
Through tb Indian Territory to
Ovareoma The Advantages
Of Her Ureal Uivnl's DL
reot Lint to The Twin
"TRIBES OF SAVAGES."
That Are Supporting Henchmen of
burton and Lctand.-
With the formal oponing of the
Miami Aftnu "cut oil," on Ootober
18th, the great race agatoHt time
Hi mil Jmelrate the fertile State of
. TEXAS and the
ALABAMA and the
TIME OF T(tAIH8 AT
Train 23S, Going Kun. ..5:IS m.
I-or Hi. Lmiln, Kanaiit uity,
Spriniftleld ami all- North and
Train 207, Guinw Wet.. 11:20 a.tn
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'Oil, and where to find (I."
The most comcreheruive railroad literature
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THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OF ST. LOUIQ.
The St. Louis National
Ulrectlropiolt. tbeellrot at. Ixmli. llnr
en for all dnortpllon ol Lift lloek alwaTt It
atlendtnet, and wltlila tbt arnaudi el Iht
Stock Tanlt It a Itfitf Oonolog Uompaar, wllb
a oipucllr ror lUashtlrlBK S.oiw head ofojttlr
dally, and fork Tacking aaUbllthmtaU bar.
a eapaeltr for'laaghttrinit lX.noofeozi ilallT.
O. O. KNOX. Vice Pre.
O. T.JONF.S.Oo . M'r.
L. Xt. uKAKB. Aaa't. Oau. Uzr.
8 MIU K Ii HUNT. Utn. lAzant for Teiaf
Mid Indian Tanltorr.
are more aiuanie tinin trie great
l'exas oil fields, and be said that
It was not without the. range of
possibility that eeveml mill would
be built at territory puinls, where
the. Grand Iltver power uould be
utiliz-id. In speaking of tho fil
turd nrosneotB uf the territory ub a
manulac'iiiiiig etolPon, Mr. Doraey
"I know of no section Shit on-
tains so many advantages for tho
manufacturer as this great undo
vclopid territory. Rich in miner
al and producing all lnple products
of ih field, with waterways of suf
ficient power to turn the wheels of
innumerable lactones, it id sure to
oome to the front us soon as lhe.ee
resources are developed and con
trolled. I rxneot to see within the
next dtoadu the present Indian ter
ritory one of the great manufaotur
log states of the Union."
Mr. Dorsey leaves for St. Lou e
this afternoon to moot sjme bus!
uerB associates and expects to re
turn lo tho territory within a few
days to further investigate the cot
con situation in the southern
TERRITORY CATTLE. -.
by united ataiee wepuiy uinrw fpr lne burin... of the twin terri
WUllo ngatnit uune oiniiu, up mlt between tho Katy and the
jienuetBon, umy imio, umu
Williams, Claud Andern, Triy
Anderson, Ik Reamer and Henry
Trott, for their alleged jiarticipa
lion in Sunday uighl's alTa'T, were
not sustained by tho evidence pro
duoed by the prosecu ion during
their trial in the Commiadoner's
court Thursday and nil were ac
quitted. The action of the Federal author
itios in taking up the prosecution
resulted in mush intircet being
manifeslod in the trial. The con
sensus of opinion was Hint it was
a oaso for the oily authorities to
dispose of, and the action of the
.Federal authorities oauseil a feel
ing of general resentment.
The precedent was considered
dangerous, and tm n consequence
genera! satisfaction was evidenced
that the prosecution had failed to
make out a oaae, while general re
gret was txprt?.ed thai the omlre
buntih hud escaped- punishment
in the Mayor's court.
Their acquittal was looked ujon
as a victory for the oily authorltio?,
and eliminating the question cf
authority, n severe rmtence would
have been contU'cred wull mer
ited. Clay Tittle w exonerated from
any) participation in the disturb-
ance, 1V 'no eviu.noe, rhjjub
ryamnrmui m com-
The evidence of the negro wit
ne9es was flimsv nnd in one In-
a'arico suggestive of perjury, and
the eerious charge of rlc was
not austalned Tho city authori
ties have exprossed their intention
ot uing drastio measures to stamp
out the first eviilenoes ol noon
lumiem that materialize, and the
first one of the chrorio disturbers
of tbc peace that is arrested will
cot the limit.
Tho acquittal of yesterday was
not a vindication ol rowdyism,
and u recurrence of trouble from
the same source will mult in so-
severe meaturea being adopted by
the proper authorities.
'Frisco lines, will begin.
Tho 'Friioo management have
decided to put on a through train
between Kansas City and Oklaho
ma Utv immediately alter the
opening of their connecting line.
A meeting of passenger aud op
erating officials was held in St.
Louis this week and general ar
rangements decided on. Work on
the time card will oommence in a
l'he Kuly has no direct line to
Oklahoma and 'readies that point
over the Chootaw from South Mc
The reduotioii in tho running
time to Oklahoma, contemplated
by thp 'Frieou tnanagement'in con
nection with the "cut oil" will
foroe tho Katy lo reduce tho run
ning time uf her fast trains through
to South McAlesler.
Tn fuot that the Katy traverses
the territory lu her ominecting
point in almost an air line, slmpli
flee the situation that has caused
ttio officers of the road much con
Under the now 'Frisco schedule
it ia proposed to run a train out of
Kansas City at night that will
make tho trip to Oklahoma City in
approximately thirteen hours.
The Suntu Fe train wbjoh leaves
hflrrWe Oily m iitgunroes "not roach
livery Thursday from Kansas City and
fciut Joseph the llurlinglon's California
tourist aleejicr excursions leave under
ntnirriimiof aneclal coiuluclort Uoilte
Is vlu Denver, Scenic Colorado, Bault
Lake City, the route of equitable cllm
ate Arrange to Join tlieac excursions.
Great Horthulest Houernent
The llurliniftoii-Xortherii Pacific route
"yU JHllhi8, Stout , Is the rtiort line to
the entire upper north w tit from Kansas
City and l)eiivr; great dally through
trniua of chair cars, sleepers, dining cars
to I'licct Sound and rorllainl.
ci fie Hxpreas.
October 15th, November &th and 191I1,
nwvinllcr nl and l7th.
A si ll.l.-... '... n...1l..nl,iti tm
n iirvai iihiiiuhui iik hhuihkwh .- . ,
the liest line KausM City to Chicago, St yards 28 head of atcers averaging
Louis, Omaha, Ht l'aul, iieiiver, jwn am nuuutle. and 'M head avernglng
vv it. :... . . .... Ti-
special tohler jiariingiou-jioruiwii rn-
Vlnlta Shipment Brings Top Prices In
Ita Class. '
The following shipment of terri
tory cattle have been reported Bold
on tho Kansas City market:
Ming& Harris, ol Vinlla, I.T.,
woro on the market with 26 bead
of mixed cattle, largely spayed
heifers; averaging 814 pounds, that
topped their class at 83 'lhey
hud also 5 cows weighing 880
pounds, at 6260,
Middleton t Cu., of Oaktaha, 1,
T., had 10 oars in, among which
were como top steers at $8.86,
weighing 1047 pounds, nnd 22 head
averaging 1011 pounds. They al-
so Had 45 steers nvcreging 103G
pounds nt 83.76 and 1G8 head of
cows and heifers averaging 730
pmmds at 82 75.
W. T. Gracey, well known ship?
per and stook raiser of Summit, I.
T., had among other oulilo al tho
littler Kesldcnce of Capt. O. S. White
and Carry off Valuables.
During the nbsensoof the family
Saturday afternoon, thlovos enter
ed tho residence of Capt. G.S
While and carried off ft number of
valuable arlioles. Amongst these
was a valuable revolver that had
been presented to Capt. While, by
Troop "L" of the Rough Riders,
at the uttthreak of tho apantsli
American war, and whioh was a
masterpiece of the gunsmith's art.
Mrs. White lost a gold necklace
and charm and n number of or
Utiles of lesser valuta weie discover
ed to bo missing, when an exami
nation of tho rooms visited by tho
thieves wb made
Several neighbors saw u.cn, wh.o
are supposed to be thieves, leavo
tho premises during tio afternoon,
but no duo as to their identity has
The Following Figures-Show tho To.
tal enrollment by The Dawes
Commission to Date,
TOTAL CLASSES L1STKU TO DATJt.
Oklahoma City until 15 hours and
10 minutes after it jiuIIb out ol the
union depot. Tho faster train,
leaving Kansas City lu tho morn
ing, makes ihe rue in exactly four
teen hours. The Rook Island does
not tun into Oklahoma City, but
to Kl Reno, almost directly webt.
The fastest lime mads U little less
than 14 hours, The train which
leaves Kansas City at 7:45 in tho
morrling makes this time. Tho
night train, leaving there at 9:50
o'clock, consumes 14 hours and 30
minutes iu making the' trip to El
This will Inrae tbo Kaly to race
through the territory at tremen
dous speed to oflsot 'the natural
advantages of tho oilier roads.
It is aunounoed thul for the pres
ent through train service to Texas
points will not be inaugurated by
the 'Frisoo. ThiB eervioe will
likely be established about the first
Deoember or possibly not until the
first ol tho year. The dato of tho
inauguration ol through service to
Oklahoma Ully will DO announeeu
The Kansas eetimato of the po
litical value of the Indian territory
is interoiliiigly displayed in a re
capitulation of tho winnings of
Senator llurton and Cy Leland,
propared by a political "doplsl"
of that ftate.
After referring to tho division of
federal patronoge in "liter parts of
their common domain, the terri
tory "pie," gobbled by the hungry
aontestaute, Is summed up as fol
lows: "The beet positions Burton has
secured for his friends up to this
lime ore in' tho Indian territory.
One tribe of savages has been in
duced to employ John C. Catpen
ter to be its attorney. Tho pay is
85,000 a year. Dave Mulvane has
captured an Indian ottornoyahip
worth 85,000. Burton holds down
a 85,000 attorneyship in addition
to his ofiice. It is said that Bur
ton has two other tribes on the
raok aud that they have about de
cided Ibat it is best to employ at
torneys. B irton has a couplo of
good men lo ricommetid in due
season. Thoee plums nro desirable
beoause tbo salary is good and the
work light. The selection of at
torneys for tho Indians was not in
terfered with, although it is said
:).al some knocking has been done
al Washington on tho system.
George Findlay gets a good job
In the Indian territory. His con
tract for feeding prisoners will
clear him betwoen 85,000 and
80,000 a year. He will make twice
as muoh as fie would have made as
colleotor of internal revenue, the
job he weptod, and which Burton
promised him. Findlay is feeling
good and his Mends have allowed
their anger al Burton to cool off
Findlay'a cronies wero very sore
at Burton for a while, and said all
manner of evil 'hings about him."
Pliny L. Soper, prosecuting at
torney for the northern district, an
appointee of Leland's, is resident
at 84,000 a year amongst tho same
Mribo of eavoges" as John C. Car-
penter expects to be at a yearly
hire of 85,000, nnd thero ore many
of niftengraFeTurnsavageB'' that
consider the wholo bunch expen
sive at any price
Will Scour the Territory
Search of a Kansas
Of 8. C. Montgomery, a Santa Fe
Secret Servico Man, Supposed
lo be in Hiding in the
Fastnesses of Chick-
I GOOD NEWS 1 I
LOTS NOT EXEMPT.
Judge Townsend Holds That Rail
roads Can Take Town Property.
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ITUIICI&VU, I1UII7, XlViOIW, tfnMllv, .-
get Sound. Write for rate and minted
mutter describing your proposed trip.
h J.HKICKltR, T. V. A.. Matin St.
Kan-Jis 1'ily, Mo.
I.. W WAltUI,KY, t;. r A . St. Louis.
JIOWAUI) VUUuCt. iKu'l Malinger,
bt I,oui, Mo
A "slltcli In time aavos hIp.p," und
a disc of llallard'a Horohomid Sirup
laiiioticulimiiitfof a roll win nvo
y iu many wcaiy lu urs and even dnja
of (list csalrisr and hunuiBng nugu
605 pounds, both bunches selling
for 88 20 perowt., also 58 steers
averaging 848 putinds at 88.15 and
71 cows weighing 784 pounds at
Tho Hognn Mtrcanlllo Co., of
Pryor Creok, I. T , hud in 27 Bteers
weighing 788 pounds that went to
tho 81 L"uls Drested Beef Co. at
Price, ao aud 'Oo, nt Pc pio.mngj Br,Bg8 &ro R,d Fork, h'K
On rouulur Glierokoe Cards
On doubtful Ulierokeo Cards
0 rejootod Cherokee Cards,
On regular Da'awureCarJa,
On doubtful Deliwaro curd
Ilejectodi Act of M'O'31, two,
On 1 oritur cnrd, I'loolmon
On doubtful I'reo.linoii itirJn,
On rojeolod Freolmon curds.
Grand total of persons listed
A millionaire appoMic with u soant
Income, has mudo many a dyst optic.
I)r Citldwolt'sHyrup Pepsin wiltcuic
uyspersia sum vy I'oonir s nrug
Like Uanquo's (Jhost.
Thos who imagine that Iloolio
Bell is out of the deal in tbo big
now wow at Tahhnuah next
month, aud that ho will be relo
gated to the rear, are laboring un
tier ns big mistake as if they had
inolnerated their under veslmont.
Hoolie will bs there, and get in
liis work all the same, whether it
is open and above board or in some
other manner. The Irish gentle
man of Cherokee decoent will ae
eert himself in some way. Fort
Gibson Post. -
May Parole Dalton.
Gov. Stanley, ot Kansas, has
decided to hear tho application for
a parole oi Kmmett Dalton, the
outlaw, eicrving a life sentenoo in
tho penitentiary for complicity in
the Ooileyvillo raid nlno yeorB
ago. Tho oaso has beon sot for
November 15. Dalton's mother,
who lives at Kingfieher, Ok., is
working up the case. The grounds
on whioh the parolo is asked arei
That Dalton was only lu years
old whon ho committed the oflense;
that ho did not tiro a shot or hurt
anybody In the raid; that ho was
inveigled into the a oh emu to raid
tho lotyn by his older broihers,ar.d
tljat ho has been a model prisoner.
A decision of much importance
waa handed down Saturday by
Judge Townsend in the injunction
j5Ult brought by property owners
of Ardmore on the right of way
againtt the Arkansas and Choctaw
road. The suit was brought to
enjoin tbo road from passing
through the plaintiffs' homes.
The court held that the act of
congress giving roads tho right lo
paBB through tho territory allows
them lo pass through towne. The
question of whether the railroad
company must pay for the lots
was not touohed upon.
Judge Townsend said he was in
doubt whether railroads could be
forced to jiay lor any property in
towns, except improvements. If
no compromise is reached the
matter will be heard in the De
cember term of court.
The Aikaneas and Chcctaw has
tendered the town 880,000 aud it
is believed that the citizens will
contribute an amount wh'cb,
added to tho 830.COO, will be suf.
ficlenl lo satisfy tbo property
owners and the right of way will
be platted on the official map to
the railroad. This matter has
held up the town plat and until t
is settled the citizens can not own
property in feo simple.
The combined forces of the Pink
erlon detective agency, the Sante
Fe secret service nnd United Stales
Marshals in tho Indian territory
are preparing to scour tho territory
in eearoh of tho murderer of S. O.
Montgomery, tho Santa Fe secret
servico man who was assassinated
at hie home in Wiufield, Kas.,
eoveral days ago.
A number of Kansas sheriffs will
join in what promises to bo the
most thoroughly organized man
hunt in recent years.
The crime is charged to a mem
ber of tho Sol Templo band of out
laws, and it has been definitely
proven that after the commission
ot the cowardly crimo he escaped
into tho rough Chickasba country,
where he is supposed to be in hid
ing with other members ot the
The search, howover, will not
be confined to that section of tho
territory alone, but with tho estab
lishment of n cordon of officers
around tho supposed hiding place
of tho bandits, other forces will
enter tho territory at different
points and watch every poreible
road to escape
Tho officers are certain that the
territory ' contains the murderer
and the entire forco of United
States marshals will join in tho
hunt. Sol Temple, tho leader of
the gang, Is at present in jail at
Pond Creek, but all efforts to forco
any clue as to the whereabouts of
his followers from him have failed.
Tho circumstances attending the
murder ofhe officer show that his
assassin was a being of wolfish
cunning. At tho time of the mur-
der Montgomery was seated at a
tablo in his modest liltlo home in
WinCeld, Kas., engaged in writing
a letter. Tho window curtains
were raised and tbo light from a
lamp shining full upon him, made
him a certain target Jfor bis mur
derer, who, firing through the
window, sent a charge of buckshot
through his viotims brain.
The home of the murdered man
was in the suburbs of Winfield,
and some time elapBtd beforo the
officers were notified and had
found the murderers trail, which
was lost in the railroad yards.
Since then a number of clues
have been lollowed without suc
cess, until yesterday, when it was
definitely proven that he was in
The officers aro confident of run
ning him down,, but anticipate a
bloody battle before his capture or
death is accomplished.
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Darrough Hardware Co.
Will Dish up Chow to Federal Pris.
oners at fluskogee.
' wishes to coll your attention to the nice fresh
Groceries and Vegetables
which she has in stock canned goods, dried fruits, spices of all kinds,
best apple vinegar Also call your attention to the nice Christmas
presents I have displayed iu my window. It will be an easy way to
secure your holiday presents and get your groceries at the same time.
OOMB BEE MB. I WILL APPRECIATE YOTJR PMKAG
Corn-buskers' sprained wrist, bitb-
olwtoculs, burns, uruhc, cterp
luccrilltutis uud external Injurlos of
nuy kind &10 prc.ii.pily and happily
cured by apptjini! Mallard's Snow
liniment I'nce iic and 0c, at Pco
nio's Pruu Store d-w
Bays He Was Tortured,
"I suffered such puln from corns I
could hardly walk," wrltoiH. Rubin
son. at- IIIllsborouBb, III., "but
Uuokloo's Arnica Salvo completely
curod them." Act Uko magic on
sprains, bruises, cuts, .sores, scalds,
burns, boils, ulcers. Perfect healer
ot tkln dltodses and plies. Curo
guaranteed by A. W. Foreman und
Pooploi' Drug Store. 5c. dw
Night was Her Terror.
"1 would couu.li nearly all- nluht
long." writos Mrs- Onus. Applcb'ato,
of Aloxandrlu, lnd , "und could
hardly not any sloap. I had con-
aumpvlou so bud that If I walked a
ulock I would oough frightfully ana
spit blood, but, when all other med
icines fulled, three ft.00 bottles of
Dr. ICIiib's New Dlsuovory wholly
curod 1110 and I u'alnod C3 pounds."
It is absolutely uuiontccd t cure
couuhs, colds, la grippe, bronchitis
and all throat and limit troubles.
Price &0o uud JI.0O, Trial botiles
fro j at, A. W. Foreman and Peoples'
Qaiucr tho apples beforo a frcczo
George Findlay, of Kansas will
cater to the appetites of tho Fed.
oral prisoners at Muskogee.
Wbilo he feels that Kansas has
lost tho services of one of her moet
gifted sons, ho has consented to
elevate tho moral tone of the ter
ritory by his presence and has no.
tided Senator Burton that he will
accept the chow contract.
Ilia assistant will bo Geo. Wal
len, also ol Kaners, so the terri
tory will be twice blessed, and the
social tono'of Muskogee will re
ceive a mighty boost.
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Ouvirn Bacuy, Prea. J. O. ilAU, V-Preav W. P. Ifsm i . - ,
First National Bank,
VINITA .IINDIAN TBRIUTORY. '!
CAPITAL, ttoofioa. SURPLUS, fso.ooo.
Oldest and Strongefit National Bank lu the Cherokee -Nation.
r .DIRECTORS, o
OUVEKBAGBV, B. F. FORIX&S, B. It. FR.irSBK, A. L. CHVCIIILL. W II.
KORNBGA V. Ii'. A. GRAUAil, . a HALL, C. If. CLARA;, W. . IIALSKIL,
Does a Safo General Banking Uuslneea.
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Sulphur n Flames.
A destruotlvo Uro visited the
town of Sulphur yesterday, and
wiped out eight buildings boforo
the flames weie gotten under con
trol, The fire originated in Fess
enden's grocery sloro, from un
known causes, Estimated loss
ii. 11 1 11
Mrs, Miller, the womsu who
killed a woman named Brake dur
ing a quarrel over a gosling, has
been sentenced by tho Muskogee
court to ten years In tho peniten
tiary at Columbus, Ohio. She woji
convicted on tho leesev charge of
Bin 4 C. C. C. C. Realty AjiMef
if you have anything to sell, or want to buy city prep-rtfe tent or lease
lands. The Big 4-C Realty agency will find buy erf fcw ajicug you may
nave o sen, or warn iu purcuase. viutue in mt
Wcstrp Hotel BuiWInf.
The atrency is euRaced tn s general reaV csutu and brokr4kc tt4 k, uiak
Ing plats Of lands, giving legal descriptions of section of Jjoidinys tft eacit
ecus, COUtracis, icbiis, jrciiwuu jjivi, iwM-i '
in tho government
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wwnsnip, executing uecus, coiurucin, icui.. jc.u i.jn.i-, ... . .-
lections; belhua farm improvetuenit, toi-li! of go.xU; expert BCCcmuHSjiW
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