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Vinita. I. T., May 1, lOoiT
Everybody renrl? tlm Chlr-ft
A few casm ol Fprlup fever b
Houlh MfAUslpr'n licirto
lino tins ngnln been nesurfd.
Tbo Prlfuo and lli Kmy
celling rnuly fur big thing
EduoAiinn to liie Vinim Roy In
free, while food and clothing cost
The short grass section nl Kan
sas le perfectly willing to eubmit
to the "water cure."
Five tobacco dealers were ar
rcstod in Chicago this week for
celling cigarettes to boys.
It is an off day when oil or
Eomethiiig elee equally aluable la
not dUcoveridin the Indian Ter
' Peoplu who have nol been in
Vinitn lor n month are liable to
get lost, on nccounl of the many
changes nnd rapid growth.
Tbo two great trunk lines of rail
road that Vinita has is worth more
lhan all the little jerk. water cross
country lines that can be built.
In opposing the entrance of the
territories into the union, congress
is evidencing tho relative amount
of patriotism and politics in that
An era of development in the
territory is nt band, and thoBe
who keep in line, will have to de
velop a high power capacity for
Col. Frank Churchill will bb
sumo bis new duties as special
Indian inspector, Friday, and ex
pects to be assigned to duly in the
If accounts be (rue it was not
artesian water that bad the disae
trous cflecli upon the editor of the
Muskogee Republican last week
while in Vinita.
Therois an oininus lull in terri
tory news from Washington. We
havo an intuition, however, that
whon it does come that it will be
-Wright for Vinita.
When ajman is heard knocking
his own town, it is usually an in
fallible proof that the town is
moving bead too fast forbim, and
tbatbt- -puttering in its dust.
Gen. John B.Gordon was re
elected Commander-in-chief of the
United Confederate Veterans at
Dallas yesterday, and New Orleans
seloctod for place of next meeting.
Another republican has been
talking. It iB ex.Gov. Barnes of
Oklahoma, this time. There seems
to have been no objection to what
ho said, only it was the wrong
time to say it.
The people may not tttempt to
obtain -their ends after the manner
of the political machine, but when
the battle's over, they usually
wear the crown and other para,
pbanelia of the victor.
There is something radically
wrong with the legistlative branch
of a government, where one man,
as speaker of the houBo of repre
sentatives, can trifle with the des
tinies of a half million people.
The buncb ofpio gulpere, who
are advocating a continuance of
the present political conditions in
the territory, in the near here
after, will be singing in sad unison
"If we only could wipe out the
There is really no cood reason
why Clareraore should not be the
seat of a United States court. It
Ib the center of a thickly populat
ed country and one of the most
productive sections of the whole
Now that President Roosevelt
has ordered General Funston to
stop talking, there is one more
Kantian who has a "running oft
at the mouth," but it were easior
to stop the Mammoth Cave than
Tbo streets of Vinita are rapidly
assuming a cleanly appearance
under the intelligent fflorte of
those responsible for their condi.
tion. It is just such work which
makes a town attractive to the
We begin today the publication
of doubtful Cherokee cases admit,
tid by tho Dawes commission.
These natntis were originally
placed npon dnubtlul cards by the
commission, but have now been
restored to the roll. If the finding
of the commission it confirmed by
the Interior department their
flatus will havp hern settled defin
1 itr, tmr ituriulig 1UI YiilOV
meniei unrioito lamia prppnrea
by tbo secretary of the Interior,
and introduced Ify Oongrnssm in
Curtis, should pass it will save tl-e
expense ol voting onatho prop-mi-tion
by the OherokeoS.
W. II. Dnrrough sreina lo have
little opposition to getting the
marshalshlp of the northern dis
trict, lie has about nil the -n-dorsemonts
the onunlry afford'.
If there is any valid nbjni1ntia to
Dnrrough It hadn't shown np '.
Reports from agents who hn.ro
got e among the Gherokeos In the
hills of Flint and Going Snake
districts, report .five hundred In
the farmer nnd six hundred in In?
Iitttf r who are destilulo mill nt-eil
help from the government illa'tih
Money invested by the pruprity
owners of Viuila in buildii'g
streets nnd sidewalks will yield a
larger per cent than most any
other expenditure that oan be
made. If we are to agreeably im
press the visiting oopitnlist we
must havo better thoroughfares.
The reports from the fullblood
districts all indicate that the In
dlans aro enrolling with the Dawes
commission without difficulty.
This action will hasten tho day ol
allotment and simplify the work'
if the commission. Tho "begin
ulng of tbo end" seems to havo at
1 st arrived.
Tho new city administration is
showing a disposition to jiu-li in
ternal improvements. It should
bo the desire, as well ns the duly,
of every citixen of Vinitn to aid
tho members of the city adminis
tration in their eflorts to make
Vinitn the best place in tbo terri
tory to live in.
Sentiment in the Cherokee na
tion is elowly, but surely crystal
izing in favor of the bill recently
prepared by Secretary Hitobooek,
and introduced in tho lower house
of congress by Mr. Curtis of Kan
sas. With a few amendments this
measure will he acceptable to the
Tho constant transfers of real
estato in Vinita indicates HimI
there aro people who have abund
ant faith in the future of the tovn.
a 1 1 . t
ii wouiuni iaKo muou to start a
real western boom here, hut that
is what we don't want. Give us a
steady growth that can bo main
tained and we will get there.
Tho Indian Territory .is on the
threshold of a great era of pros
perity and general development.
The railroads are simply making
a grand rush for this country, and
there is no better indioation ol
what is to follow. The next five
years will witness a wonderful
transformation in this country.
A provision should be added to
tho army regulations, providing
that none but mutts are to be ap
pointed to any rank above lieu
tenant. While in a short time
these noiseless warriors would no
doubt put Paderewski to shame
on fivo finger exercises, yet the
publio would be saved muoh pain.
The Cherokee havo been
swindled by their own people far
more than by outsiders or by the
government. They have long
since reached a point where they
know it Sb far safer to trust their
individual interests in the hands
ol United States officials than to
rtpresenlatives of their own peo
ple. The home missionary boards of
tbo several churches seem to have
overlooked entirely the field
offered for their labors among the
coterie of Washington oorre
spondenls. A ten buttoned man
darin, sucking a dope pipe, s'ends
out in all tbo chasteness of a
christian gentleman compared to
thoBe truth annihilators.
At about seven o'oloek tomor
row morning there will pass a
train over tbo Katy. containing
twenty-one cars loaded with
Purina feed, bound for Louisiana.
This remarkable train will go
(needing down south with over
one million pounds of (eod for the
ootton oounlry, with banners fly
ing and will be a sight worth see
Whenever the appropriation is
made, if that hoppy event ever oc
curs, to pay the amount found due
the Cherokee nation, or any olass
of her citizens under the Blade-
Bender accounting, the govern
ment of the United States will sco
to it that a correct roll of those
who are lo share in the distribu
tion is made. The money will of
course be paid by u government
officer according to law.
In the event ol statehood the for
Oklahoma without tbe Indian ter
ritory at tho present session of
congress, the necessity for aomo
sort of government for the terri
tory is too apparent to need dem
onstration. If Oklahoma io not
admitlod now, (bore is no pedicu
lar urgency for a territorial gov
ernment. All things aro tending
toward single statehood.
'lite Ulieftrffetf OBUrxHl 'would bo
harif to 'estimate, not oh account
of its great btnrfltc, but rather In
the nbsenc of any benefit What
over, Hie real excuse lor calling
tbe council together was to pave
tho way fur an uilnalruoted dele
gation tti Washifiton. Another
reason v a to pay out some thirty
thousand dollars to the lullblnodt
by national warrnots. Botli
In r r. idlug for the recurvation
ol one lu nlird and sixty acres for
Willie II 111 t!ollgA at Vinim,
the lull i "W pending In o ingress
(toes itiori' than make good tbe act
of lb t'n- rki national council
Tlu c on nl first granted the land
In the m li ml anil and if anybody
is to lliii j it it the tribal coun
cil. In Hit asiilft thU valuable
tract oi In lid for the college, will
not impoverish the Cherokee na
tion, but will go far toward estab
lishing a great school in tbe
bounds of the nation.
In concluding an eulogy on the
late Gen. Wads Hampton nt Dal
las, Senator John Allen of Missis
sippi said: "It was nol Hie Hash
of the general's sword that struck
terror to the Yankees' hearts. It
was Ihe reuell yell and tho orack
of the privates' rifles. They were
tbe men who kept the Yankees of
the generals while they slept.
They fought not for conqutst, nor
for ambition, but for principle and
sentiment, backed by tbe bravest
truest woimn that overlived. God
bless our o unlry from tea to sea."
The last words of John P. Alt
geld should provide great en
couragement lo (hose who battle
fof right priuoiples. Governor
Altgrld'e last words were: "I am
not discouraged. Things will right
themselves A pendulum swings
one way and then another, but tbe
steady pull of gravitation it to
ward tbe center of the earth. Any
structure must be plumb if it is to
endure. So it is with nations.
Wrong may seem to triumph;
right may seem to be defeated;
but tbe gravitation of eternal jus
tlce is upward toward lbs throne
of God. Any political institution,
if it is to endure, must be plumb
with that line ol justice."
The Chieftain was. in error in
s'atlng in Tuesday's issue that the
Cherokee claim of upwards of
$4,000,000 was not in the court of
oUlms. Tbe oas waa referred to
eaid oourt by sptolal aot of con
great a year ago. The case grew
out of the tale of the "Cherokee
Strip," and the amount found due
the Cherokee nation by the Slade
Bender commission was 84,800,000
and its payment was to be a part
of Ihe consideration of tho sale of
said "strip." The court of claims
now finds the principal only is due
without interest, which amounts
to f 1, 100,000. This is claimed to
belong exclusively to the Eastern
Cherokeet, and the national ooun
oil employed W. K. Haleell of this
oily and M. L. Turner of Okla
homa City to collect it. Robert
L. Owen sought the job, but wsb
turned down by (he Cherokee
council. The recent finding of the
oourt of claims bad simply to do
witn the amount. The appropri
ation by congress and payment to
the Indians is yet to oome:
HOW TO MULi'TIIE COLLtKin.
The people of Vinita are jit
uow more interested in the schools
of the town than ever before, and
tbe main reason ie that the schools
are perhaps more worthy ol inter
est than at any olher time in their
history. But tha schools are not
automatons, they will not run
themselves, but must have (he
oonalant oare of the people of
The college will aoon close its
moat successful year and during
the summer vacation there is
something for Vinita to do. Pres
ident Browning will not remain
with the school unless provision is
made for a family residence on
the college campus, and ho Is
right about it. He has given
hit entire time to the school, fill
ing tbe plsoe of teaohsr and man
ager and living with the school.
This is wore than the people or
the board ought to ask, or even lo
Let's lake hold and during the
coming faoatlon build the presi
dent a comfortable dwelling where
his family may reside in comfort,
and in order that ha may be able
lo give bis entire lime to the
duties of bis oflloe.
At an iiweetmanl, Vinita oannot
make a better one.
Traveling Is Dangerous.
Cunuaul motion Jars the kldnais
which are kept In place In the body by
delicate attachment. This Is the
reason that travelers, tralriin.n.itreet
ear ineo, teamster and all who drive
very much suffer from kidney disease
In some form. l'oley'. Kidney Cure
strengthens tbe kldoeys and cures all
forms of kidney and bladder dUnaie.
Olj. II. Ilautao, locomotive engineer,
Lima, O., writes, "Constant vibra
tion of the engine caused rue u ureal
deal of trouble with my klduoys, and
I oi no relief until I usod Foley's
kidney Cure." dw
Good lo-uU't cullies a specialty at
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W'M. II, UARROroiI candidate for I nilcd .States Marshal of the Northern
District, who is making n 'Home Rule" tntnpaleit
FOR HOME RULE.
Territory Republicans Mak
ing a Ftaht for Recogni
tion of their Organ
ization. DARROUGH DECLARES
Himself as Irrcooncilably Op.
posed to Further Foreign Po
litical Domination and
Says Time has Ar
rived for Terrl
"I would rather go down lo .de
feat and maintain the respect of
my friends than to bo elected
through the prostitution of the of
fice." In these words, Wm. II. Dar
rough, candidate for United States
marshal of the Northern district,
under the proposed division of the
present district, has answered the
propositions that he enlist tho in.
iluence of those politioianH who in
variably demand a part of tho pat
ronage of the ofiioe as tho price of
their good offices.
Mr. Darrougli lias como out
squarely on the "Homo Rule"
SENATE PASSES BILL.
Authorizing Territory Towns and
Cities to Issue Bondi.
The senate has passed the bill
introduced by Senator Quarles, au
thorizing cities and towns in In
dian territory to issue bonds in an
amount the interest on whioh, at
5 per cent, per annum, would be
liquidated by a tax of 5 mills upon
the dollar of the valuation of the
taxable property in such cities
and townB, the money borrowed
thereon to be used for the con
struction of sewers and water
works and the building of school
houses in towns and cities in the
Indian territory having a popula
tion of 2,000 and over.
Recently the house passed a
similar bill, and an effort will be
made to have that body concur in
the amendment of tne senate. It
is probable that the bill will be
oome a law within the next two
STORM AT WAGONER,
Number of Uulldlngs Wrecked by
Reports from the south show
that this eeotion received a visit
from only the drifting edges of the
it onn Sunday.
Wagoner was the principal suf
ferer from the violent winds, and
a number of building woro
Besides leveling a number of
hay barns the wind wreaked sev
eral dwellings, carried the colored
baptist ohuroh off its foundation,
and ripped the roof ofl the Untied
States oourt house.
Reports from tbe surrounding
country shows great damage
to have been wrought, hut no oas
unities have been reported.
Recent advloes from Washing
ton indicate that metiers pettiin
ins to tho Indian territory are
moving In the right dlreotion, Be
fore adjournment, the prospect is
there will be legislation that will
favorably ofieot this oounlry.
Advertising is tho modern ma
chine for selling goods, fully as
wonderful in its workings as any
machine for making or transport
ing them Printers Ink.
Will Cum Consumption.
A. A. llorrcn, finch, Ark., wrilas,
"I'oloy'u llunoy and Tar Is tho best
preparation for ooukIik, oolds and lujiB
trouble. I know that It hat ourcd
oousuiriptlon In tbe tlrst utac." dw
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issue, and bus announced that ho
will not mako a slnglo promise lo
any senator or other possessor of
"influence" In tho inattor of pat
ronage. Ho contends that the
timo has arrived when tho terri
tory should bo freed from tho po
litical domination of Kansas, or
any other part of the Union, and
that (he claims of tbo territory
should be recognized. Heretofore
tho influence of tho territory
organization has been but nominal
as they havo been most consist
ently ignored nt Washington, in
the matter of appointments.
Tbe appointees to ofilco havo
usually enlored tbo 'erritory for
tho first time, with n commission
in their pockets, whioh was ob
tained through outside influence.
Instances are cited whero thoeo
who carry somo little patronage
havo journeyed lo Kansas to ob
tain tbo consent of Senator Burton
to mako.some minor appointmont.
The fearloss eland taken by Mr.
Darrough will enlist tho respect
ol tbe people of the territory, ir
respective of party
Combining, as ho doos, every
qualification for tho office of mar
shal, together with his recognized
independence of character, his
party could not havo selected a
more acceptable candidate.
The chances for Mr. Darrough's
appointment are considered very
favorable, and if he wins out
againBt tho Kansas opposition,
which is BUre to bo enlisted against
him, it will be a victory that all of
the people of tho territory can ro
LIST OF JURORS.
The following is a list of tho
grand and petit jurors, selected by
the jury oommlssion, to serve dur
ing the May term of court:
W II Darrough, Vinita, I. T.
W II Curtis, Afton.
F B Kennison, Kennison.
T W Olyne, Ruby.
L S Robinson, Big Cabin.
Turner EdmoiiBon, Maysvillo,
George Thornton, Eagle.
F W Propp, Adair.
Author Dodge, Delaware,
George Mayes, Pryor Creek.
Geo W JUowbroy, Sr., Tulaa.
John D West, Spavinaw.
W II Doherty, Grovo.
S L Johnson, Okmulgee.
B F Harrison, WyandoUo.
N D HufTt, Sapulpa.
ALTEUNATE OltA.SD JUItORS.
Wm Howell, Oaeuma
I N Williams, Vinita,
C Ilayden, Choutoau,
John G Light, Talala
Omer Stroud, Welch
Geo W Harland, White Oak.
J L Denbo, Catoose
F M Sanger, Claremore
George W Henry, Tulsa.
W P Rtngo, Ringo
W E Roberts, Nowata
M Henry, Oholsoa
Lon Cornier, Fairland
M L Paden, Centralia
D A Wilson, Bluejacket
L P Ballard, Ketchum
J L Bumgarnor, Spavinaw
G II Warren, Adair
D G Thompson, Adair
Joe Titsworlh, Nowata
F M Overlees, Bartlesville
Sam Leforce, Vinitn
0 R Sanders, Miles
R EjDelozter, Adair
Percy Walker, Ogaechoe
John Conley, Fairland
II R Gill, Afton
R P Armstrong, Bluejacket
Cbas Hawkins, Oatalee
Walter Hunt, Egtella
N B Rowe, Roso
Andy Huir, Roso
John Cavalier, Locust Grov6
M Washan, Pryor Creek J
D B Hadden, Pryor Creek
DavldlKey, Pryor Creek
Louis Lasley, Lenapah
Robert Fry, Fry
W J Boone, ColllusvIUo
Lee Clinton, Red Fork
Obancoy Owen, Tulsa
Ohos Tylor, Woodley
Sol Ketchum, Okoea
W 0 Smith, Oolagah
G W Tronary. Ooyuga
Frank Johnson, Sapulpa.
Totality Ignored by Repub
licans on Question of
Statehood for Ter
Expected lo Bolt to tho Demo
crats When the Omnibus Bill
Comes Up Chances of
the Moneuro in the
No rfport from the committeo
on rules, fixing a day for tho con
sideration of the omnibus state
hood bill has been submitted. It
may como Friday and it may not
bo presented until next woek. Tho
latter dale is tho limit. The houto
loaders are not ready for a state
hood bill. Henderson, Payne,
Cannon and other republican
leaders will fight tho statohood
proposition, and they stopped Mr,
Tawney, tho parly whip, from
making n visit homo, and held
him in Washington to lino up the
parly strength. Thoro aro indica-
tions that tho republican loaders
will get as eovere a jolt in their
opposition to statehood as they
did in tho refined sugar amend
ment lo the Cuban bill. Long, of
Kansas, was substituted for Taw
ney as tbo party whip in tho Cu
ban reciprocity fight, becauBe
Tawney could not bo trusted. Mr,
Tawney has como forth again to
do baltlo for his party leaders, but
bis heart is not in tho fight. Tho
republican congressmen sympa
thize with the effort to make
states out of territories, and Rep
resentative Lloyd, of Missouri, of
tbe commiltoo on territories, tbo
democratic whip, has staled that
practically tho Bolid democratic
strength would be thrown to the
omnibus slatoliood bill. If twen-ly-fivo
republicans voto with tbo
democrate, nnd tho statehood ad
vocales havo piomiso from moto
than twico that many, Speaker
Henderson will receive another
The opposition oi tbe bouse
leaders to the admission of tho
territories at stated is the most
conspicuous instance of going back
on a party platform presented at
this session of congress. In thoir
speeches on tho Cuban" reciprocity
bill tbe house leadors appealed to
republicans to stand by their par
ty platform and parly leaders. In
tho statehood fight the republican
leaders havo completely disre
garded the party platlorm of 1000,
which containn this plank:
"We favor homo rule- for and
tbe early .dmiesion to statehood
nf tho territories of New Mexico,
Arizona, and Oklahoma. Ir
Republican congressmen who
havo pledged themselves to sup
port the omnibus statehood
bill will justify tho action by read
ing from the parly platform. Tho
democrats aro reveling in tho
prospective opportunity which the
statehood fight will givo them.
Not only did tbo democratic na
tional platlorm of 1000 promise
statehood in tho orent of demo
cratic success, but it declared that
republicans weroinfiincerein their
promisos to the- territories. The
statehood plank in tho democratic
platform is in this language:
"We denounce tbe failuro of the
republican party to carry out its
pledges to gran', statehood to
the terrilo ries of Arizona, New
Mexico and Oklahoma, and wo
promise the peoplo of these terri
tories Immediate statehood and
homo rule during their condition
aB territories, and we favor home
rule and a torritorial form cf gov
ernment for Alaska and Porto
Tho only concern that the parti
sans of tho meaeuro have, is that
it will bo killed in the Semite. Un
less it is favored in that body it
oan bo allowed lo dio in tho com
Promises, however, havo been
received from a number of eona
tors to conduct the fight in tho up
per iiouse, and thero is n possibil
ity that tlioy will carry it through
Smallpox at South ncAlestor,
U. S. Jailor Wilkerson ropo.'lft
four woll developed cases of small
pox in tho federal jail at South
MoAlester, The first case discov
ered was that of Leo Pebwortii,
who is in for whisky soiling. Tho
criminal dockot of the regular
term of oourt waa postponed on
account of Ihe disease and every
precaution takan ti supprrss it.
Recently W. II. Duncan, a whis
key pedlar, 0. U. Does, charged
with larceny, and D. Bruce, also
an illicit whiskey ;dealor, fell vic
tims to tho disuaae and aro now
nuflsring from well doyelopod
1'lno Colorado jjoUUoa for oaMnc
Sexcrnl I cr oldi nml a cotuMcrable
mtuitier of ir1liiga They ore the off
piiliRnf m tlironli1li"l ""l" Wl"
be sold for l.t'le m' limn the) nn
worth for aleeri Would e-ilinngc to
or three yearling for other of n 'hut-rent
strain of blood if quality il totirfi
tlotia were equal, Adilrea,
Undgctt & rillford,
Or, inancct the stock lu pa'tura near tltflt
place. iU78w0 ,.
If you act quick.
Nat Dickertoii, at the Tucker place, on
Mustang, (0oee 1. 0.) has Imrgaln on
some cattle for a quick turn.
.6 I lend
I...1...1I.... - Mu. m.1 naif iwn rows, a 3
1I1CIUUM1K n wn . -, - ' ...
i car old steer, rlgetten ateera that will
twosearaold Una spring and summer,
and "balance helfara the same age; twelve
or fifteen will have calves this spring.
Good colon, grade and native, at that
No Arkanrawa. but raised on the prairie
Owners of theae cattle wuh to turn
them quick and will make the price an
inducement. ,1"8 " ,0
Prom ton month to four yenrs
old, registered, and some seven
oightlis Hereford mid 0110
oighth Short-Horn, nt
Just right to turn with herds.
Rustler's ranch, 5 miles south
wost of Chntopn, Kansas.
An Improved Chester White male hog
(registered) one yaar old, wheiglu 2so
lbs, a perfect specimen ol the I reed, will
stand at his pen 111 Vinita at fi
Registered Saddle Stallion
Son of Rex McDonald 833
Champion Bjiillor of tho World
Hex 1'orrest is a beautiful bay IJ 3
hands. Perfect in form and action, goes
all the galta naturallv. A No. I breeder
in every reaped Pee fn to insure liv
ing colt, Will make the searou of 1902
at our luirn on W II Karnes ranch three
miles east of Vinita, I. T, Write for
Geo. M. Martin t: Sons
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OF ST. LOUIS.
1 hu St. Louis National
UlrMtly opixMlli the city or Ml. Loots. Iloi
srs (or all dMerlpllon or Llv Stock slwsys Is
itteniUnw, sua nllhla lb grouBtlt or IB
Stock Yards Is a Rt Csanlna Uodidirt. with
aospaeltxrorslsQKbtlrlns; s nrohsadolaatdt
dsllr, and I'ork 1'soklng o.ublUhro.nL bsi t
0. U. KNOX, Vice l'rn.
000 boas dsllr.
T.JONKB.Ge . Me'r
h. W. uBAKK. Ass't. Oen. Mir.
BAMUKt. HUNT. lUn. Agent for T.lal
od Indlnn Territory
The Keeley Cure!
Whiskey, Alorphlne, Tobacco
yield easily to the double chloride of gold
treatment aa adminkstercd at the
llellvue Place, Dall 11, Texas. The only
Keeley Iuatitue in Tcsas. Oklahoma ami
Indian Territory lUtablmhed at Dallas
in 189I. Communicitioiis confidential
Write for particulars, J H KRITH, Mg
BADGETT & MILFORD,
1" O VIMTA. I.T.
CO CO OnrlKhtl Ip un.S side Boar back.
Urilresaad T'iuiici rriitln rjM
All li tally-liruiid. i with on left shouldar
orld to liuu right Mlu Yuuna-ar utile
marked under hilt crop right and underblt
I'astarea on ltoek Cre.k near Adair
Headiiuartar are atUrin at MlUtf-v C rot
ng of Oablu Creek. Kurd principally cows
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rilniisiiani iimnmirTniim. 1
Manulaclurerer of all kindi"
ol woolc work, oheap coffin.,
wofion and buggy repairing ,
scroll sawing, w nd turning
and anything you want dono
in tho wood line Tl.iriyj
Welch, I nd. Tcr.l
For Northwest Settlers
THH HURI.INGTON'S VfiRY
ltreryday during March and April,' I
1902, very low one way Colonists' rates!
by the Iiurlingioti ltomoaa ioiious
Kansas City lo nortlaiHl, Tacotnn, So
utile and l'uget Sound points I2j.
To flnokane Bnd sur round hit; lerriinru
$2S.Bo. To Butte nnd Helena dWtriu
1'or exact rates to intermediate ami
branch territory consult nearest ticket
nire.it or write the mulcrcletieil.
The "Miriingion-noriucrn rncuic i x
nroM" is the creflt time savlnz train
enrrvhm through coaches, through climr
cms nnu inrougu lounsi sicepcrs to
Dutte, Helena, Spokane, l'uget Sound
1'roni Denver to the Northwest--The
Burlington lias fast aeftlce la BilliiiRt
in connection wnu uie "liurungtou
Northern Pacific Express."
BUrlingfon's Denver Train
l'ntt ira'uicaves ivaiuas v.iiy nigii r I
m., arrives In Denver 3.15 p in. next
Another Denver train leaves Kan-
sas Citv at 10.40 a. 111. Double daily
at 10.40 a. m. Double daily 1
hair cars, aleepers and dinning
ToSf. PaM 5 Minneapolis
Double daily train service Kansas City
ha the twin cities of the north via Uma
BUST MNU KAST HOUND To
Chicago famous "IJ11" leaves Kansas
City at 6.8o p. in. arrives lu Chicago al
8. to a. m.
Double daily service to St. Louts"
Do na the favor to write (o' ates, free
printed illustrated detcrlpu.c mailer.
Let ua advise you the least cost of your
h. J.11RICKHU, T. P. A , 823 Main St.
Kansas city, Mo
U. W. WAKKM5Y. G. P. A.. St Louis.
HOWARD I-LMOTT, Gcn'l Manager,
St Louis, Mo
A9 THt .
PRINCIPAL CITIES OT
OPERATED BY THE COMPAN
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TEXAS and the
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ALABAMA and the
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m our lllustratta
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iddrestlng Room 1
io. 736, Century Building,
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