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H. Lnn CLOTWOimir,
, Awoclato Editor.
Vinita;!. T May 22, 1002.
Thn wny to cum the bet-f hnblt
is tho "abBent treatment."
Nowb from Washington Ih rather
meager Uiono days but ia tbe righi
Thcro ia a orevafae In tho repub
lican territorial organization. Tbe
eruption will oome later.
Liko "Tbompfon'B ooUf" the
lown ol Muakogeo will havo to
swim tho river to gt'o drink.
The Muskogee Times is "guy
log" Cobb by attempting lo show
wliero he has any chnnco for that
Another republic was born today
in tho bland of Cuba, Imt Up
chnncoa of living and growing to
maturity nro slim.
Poor old Muskogee, sbo even
clinga t Thuib llixby in her frnn.
tic i-ffortt to pave horaell from tho
land'Udo of event".
Tho wild, frantio gentleman
from Kansas, with the windmill
oruiB ami tho budwuiaer breath
baa stopped talking.
Will another Reason pass and
Vinita not get a public bath
bouse? Tho poBfiibililios of such
an enterprise nro boundless.
Tho niiBwora being received and
printfd in the Daily Chieftain in
dicato that ...en the children know
what things Vinita neods most.
From what tho children of Vi
nita arc saying there is tio doubt
but that Vinita needs a few things,
prominently among other Ihings
1 he era of development is con
fined to no one section of the ter
ritory, and tbe lown that wins
preetigo in those strenuous days
will lave lo work for it.
Vinita has many advantages
that no olber town in the territory
possesses, but they will have to
be developed and advertised to be
of any great value to tho town.
The Muskogee Times says Guy
Cobb lias Darrough skinned for
the mnrBhahhip of the northern
district. Such hilarity at tho ex
pense of Cobb ought not lo bo per
mitted. Today tbe Indian territory press
association is in convention at tbe
good lown of Claremore. The In
dian territory is to be congratulat
ed upon the character of its news
papers. It is indeed a forlorn carpetbag
ger who can not enlist the support
of some obscure sheet in the ter
ritory. A Kansas dollar'obtains
a years subscription and a bi
monthly eulogy, in a number of
Tbe people of Vinita are now
clamoring for belter hotel facili
ties, which we hope will become
bo general as to secure a new
hostelry, commensurate with tbe
prospects of tbe town as well as
its present neods.
A compulsory work law would
result in a rapid decrease in crime.
It is from tbe ranks of shiftless
loafers that petty criminals are re
cruited, and it is only a queBlion
of time until they develop into the
more dangerous olass.
Tarns Bixby has now been des
ignated "the most valuable mem
ber of the Dawes Commission."
Mr. Uixby's value will begin the
day bis resignation is accepted,
and another is iipp inted to hii
The only reul competitor in the
field ogaisnt Vinita at the present
time is Claremore. We have
nothing to fear irom Muskogee or
Wagonor, but only 88 miles lo the
southwest of us is a young giant
that will one day try our metal a
The report is sent out from Mus
kogee that tho chifls tl the five
civilized tribes have united in a
potition to huve Toms Dlxby re
main on the Dawes commission.
The elatement lacks tho one great
essential to every statement
truth. The latest news fro n Washing
ton fluent the Hitchcock bill pro
vidlng for allotment of Cherokee
land indicates that the measure
will not again be brought up dur
ing the lirerent turm. It is con
ceded tint it is Liijierfrat and
should not become a luw in its
present form, and there isiiot suf
ficient lime now to fleet the
needed changes beforo adjourn
ment. It is rcaitonahly Hire of en
actment ai (he tuxt scr-tion ol
"many of Iho Indian territory cit
izen an equipped fur ervlo
"Cuba llbre" is a reality after
four centuries of eflort.
If tho government means to es
tablish land offices in tho Cherokee
nation soon, why not pasB tho al
lotment bill so that Cherokee cit
izens could lake their lands and
The numbor of Indian teritory
lobbyist- that throng Washington
at this tltno indicates that other
legislation effecting this country is
still looked for at the present sos
sion, Let it come, conditions are
so bad that any change will be lor
Thero is no ground for worry
about granting franchises in Iho
city of Vinita. Whon franchises
nro granted the peoplo may rest
assured that their rights havo not
been tampered with. Thero was
a lime however whan this could
not be said.
Tho section of country around
Vinita has not suffered a day this
season for lack of rain, nor has
there beon too much. The season
thoreforo ia about perfect, antl if it
continues will prove to be one of
most productivo in the history of.
The brewer? are going lo attempt
to force several cir loads of "2 per
cent" stuff into the territory soon.
Vinita is one of tiie points threat
rued. The authorities and rail
roads should tako no chances with
this '-non-intoxican'. malllne." It
ia more deceptive than a Colorado
It it earnestly hoped that con
gress will yet take action on the
Hitchcock bill providing for set
tlement of Cborokeo affairs. Tho
Cherokuos themselves aro willing
and anxious for this bill to become
a law, and are indifferent as to
wholher it be submitted to them
Muskogee will celebrate the
natal day of the republic by de
livering fivo thousand Creek deeds
to allottees. This ought to be a
great day for that city, it will
mark an ora in the whola country.
Individual title to the lands of the
Indian territory is the culmination
of long years of effort to bring it
Tho approval by the secretary
of the interior of the recent sur
voy of Viniln will neceBsitato the
improvement of all Iho vacant
lots. While the timo for the
work of appraisement has not been
definitely announced, it is well
for those who wish to protect their
holdings to build improremo.its
The exceedingly prosperous ap
pearance of most Indian territory
towns is undoubtedly a precursor
of an era of unprecedented pros
perity. Tbe unusual activity in
building, and in all lines of bust
ness at this time is tbe beginning
of what will result in the real
ground swell we have been patient
ly waiting for all these years.
Those who have been trying to
keep tab on Iho movements of
Judge Charles Raymond, report
that he leavos on a train going
Bouth and returns on one from the
north and reports that he has been
in TexaB. From present indica
tions it looks as though Raymond
had most of the politicians going
south on a continuous passage.
The EchoolB of Vinita stand at
tho head of the list of educational
institutions in the territory and
their value to the commuity is in
calculable. Every possible en
couragement in the way of im
provements, should be given those
under whose guidance they are be
ing conduoted, lo increase their
efficiency and enlarge their scope.
Tbe fellow who is always at
lager-heads with the newspapers,
and always chafing under some
imaginary wrong, ia generally a
weakling intelhcually, a moral
coward and a political dimagogue
beside. Tbe Bober, quiot citizen,
who wants to do the right thing,
seldom had any quarrel with the
prese. It is the shyster, with the
questionable record who is dodg
ing, and hiding from, and snarling
at the newspapers Look around
and you can pick 'em out.
Tho Daily Chieftain invites its
little friends under grcde eight of
the publio schools lo send in their
answers to (he question propound
ed: "What Three Things does
Vinita Need Mosl?" Don't hesi
tate but write the answers out the
best you can and send (hem along.
There are a number of prizes to
be given and it won't cost any
thing to try. Read the answers that
art being printed from day today
ami then think right hard and see
what three Ihinga are most needed.
To Hntcr Coal Fields.
The stockholders of the Okln
homa and Southwestern Railway
company have decided to build a
line from Oklahoma City to Coal
gate. Tl e contract for iho grad
ing vitl bu let June In. T,ho now
road will be a feeder for the Frisco
Now Is tho Time.
While it rausUbe" admitted that
conditions aro about ns unfavor
able in tho Cherokeo county as it
is poseiblo for them to be, it is
nevertheless true the country is
rapidly filling up with a superior
class of peoplo. Superior to the
major portion of thoso who for
merly came into tho Indian coun
ty. Mot oi.ly is tho country get
ting a large influx of very desir
able people, but tho towns aro re
ceiving many excellent pooplo.
Dusiness men with money to in
vest are seeking favorable locations
and together with their families
are coming to slay. There is no
rink whatever in locating here now
and in fact it is a good timo to get
fltartod. Conditions aro going to
bo more fnvorablo very soon, and
those who are hore will understand
conditions better than (ho now
comer, and be bettor ablo to dis
criminate and select out tho good
things. There is no probability
that investments in town property
will not be safe, but thero is every
reason lo beiievo that all personal
interests that aro legitimate will
he protected in the final disposition
of tribal affairs.
The Recent Survey of Vinita and Ap
pralsment Is In Sight.
Mayor Luman F, Parker, Jr.
hns received n communication
from Indian Inspector J. Georgo
Wright notifying him, that tho
plat of Vinita, prepared by Bur
veyor Matthews has beon ap.
proved by tho Secrotary of the In
terior. Tho appraisement of tho town
lots, it is thought, will bo made
about July 1st. This will neces
sitate tho improvement oi all
vacant lots by that date.
Action Will lie Taken On the
flcasurc AtTlns Session ot
It is reported from Washington
that no action will be taken on tbo
treaty at this session of congress.
The memorial passed 'at the last
session of tbo council and the sub.
ttltuto measure drawn by Secretary
Hitchcock will be temporarily
The tangled provisions of the
measurers, which it was thought
would taks sometime to unravel is
given as the reason for no notion
Notes from Chelsea.
Mr. C. II. Peach lias been quite
The closing exercises of (he col
lege are next week.
A. J, Dlackwell has bought 13.
D. Pennington's residence property-
Mr. A. llonds lias returned from
Georgia. Mrs. Bonds will epond
the summer there.
Mrs. Nell Coleman has returned
to her home at Mound City, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Ilaird attend
ed decoration last Sunday and took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Miss Trixie Danenburg attended
tbo closing exercises of Willlo
Halsell college and visited Mrs.
F. L. Keiley.
Entered by burglars
A telephone message was re
ceived by Deputy Marshal Jas. C.
Wilkinson this morning stating
that the post office at, Afton had
been entered by burglars laet
No details were given except
that small success attended the ef
forts of the burglars, they being
unable to break into the safe. A
store in tbe poBtofiico building
Attorney Ollphant Injured.
Attorney A. M. Olipbant, of
Tishomingo, who is well-known
lo members of the local bar, was
fatally injured in a wreck on the
Choctaw yesterday. Mr. Oli
pbant was riding on a construc
tion train, which left tbe track on
a high trestle about twelve miles
east of Ardmore. The train
plunged into the creek bed, twenty-five
feet below. Four men
were killed, four were fatally and
a score seriously injured.
Another Lumber Yard.
A- C. Patterson traveling represen
tative of the Urlnson-Judd Grain
Company has rosined bis position
with that II rm and will open an ex
tensive lumber business in Vinita.
He has leasod some lots from tho
Frisco railway company opposite tho
Presbyterian church on Illinois
avenue. Mr. Patterson has purchased
the bulldlnfts and builnois of tho
Iirinson-Judd grain company at this
point and will conduct tbo business
Work ol Relief Committee.
The committee baying In cliaruo
the relief of tho fullbloods wound up
the business yesterday and turned a
small balur.co there was left over to
Mrs. It. M.. Swain for the benefit of
tbo Relief I'n Ion ot which alio Is
! Il.lll.- 1
For Any Action on Moon Bill
at This Session of
WAY IS BLOCKED
By Spooker Henderson, Who is
Bitterly Opposed to Any Ter
ritorial Legislation. Fiold
ing Lewis Discusses
Mayor Fielding Lewis, of South
McAlestor, has returned from
Washington, whero ho hns beon
assisting in the eflort lo obtain
tho pnssngo of tho Moon bill.
In an interview ho has given tho
following discouraging outlook for
the passage of tho measure:
"Friday it was learned that
Speaker Honderson had completed
the list of legislation that would
bo considered by tho lower bouse
bofoie any other bills could be
brought up. ThiB custom pre
vails when tho olosing days of
congress are almost at hand and
it is tho desire of tho administra
tion forces to push as much of
tilth favored legislation on the
house as possible. When tho in
formation that Mr. Henderson
was preparing the calendar was
received, tho friends nf Iho Moon
bill UBCd every eflort to induco
him to give their bill n hearing.
However his opposition to the
measure was so bitter that no per
euaeion could secure tho desired
position on the calendar for tho
bill. He promised that if tho bus
iness thai ho had arranged for the
liouto was trnnsaolcd before ad
journment that he would consent
to Iho consideration of Die Moon
"Mr. Knox was away from the
city and Mr. Moon and othor
friends of the bill did not feel that
it would be safe to press the mat
ter against the wishes of the
speaker, as his opposition would
jeopardize tho measure's succeSB.
It was then decided to eubmit to
the speaker's program without
fight and run the risk of eecui ing
an opening to bring the bill up in
the last days of thu seseion.
"There is no doubt that thn bill
will pass the house if it ooultl be
called up in tegular order. The
same men who fought the state
hood bill are enemies of the Moon
bill. The chances for success in
tho senate are much brighter than
anticipated. I beieve thn measure
would be made a law if it waa pos
sible to get it up before both
houses. However, if the bill can
be called up and pass the house in
the closing days of the seseion,
there is an excellent chance for
its passage ol the senile at the
next session which will he a short
Territorial Delegates llopclul of Fav.
orablc Action In Senate.
A conference lias been arranged
between the territorial delegates
and the senate committeo on ter
ritories for the purpose or dis
cussing the advisability of at
tempting to pass the statehood
bill through the senate at llils ses
sion. The disposition ol (he state
hood advocates haB been to allow
the bill to remain in the senate
committeo until the short session,
owing to the priB of matters be
fore the senate and tbe presence
of a formidable opposition lo (ho
bill. It is olaimed now, however,
that there has been a ohange in
sentiment In favor of the measuie,
and !t is possible that an effort
will be made to secure its consid
eration at the present session.
Senator Beveridge, of Indiana,
chairman of the committee, lins
been opposed to any action on the
bill, but has promised to tllow
the delegates to present their case
to tbe oommlttte. The democratio
members of the oommitlee are in
favor of the bill, and Senator
Quay is pronounced in its sup
port. Senator Klkins, although not a
member of the committee, is anx
ious to eeoure aolion upon (he bill
at thitrBSBaion, and has promised
to urge consideration of it by the
committee and by tho senate.
Nothing will bo done, howevor,
until tho delegalos from the Ihreo
terrilorios have held.their confer
ence with the members of Iho
Mr. 0. 1C. Jslt tt lilt; Onbln and
MIm Hoatle Wlilto of Ikmllritf Green,
Mo., woro Quietly married at tho
1'roftbylerlun narsomuio Wednoiduy
moriilni,', May ihu Tho groom Is a
popular young tnau who .but mmle
many irionns in una part or mo coun
try. Thb urldo Is a very charming
young lady. Their frloudi wUh them
much happiness In their married life.
Too Itov. J. S. StuMilcllcid oniclatoiV
at tbe marriage.
WILL SIGN BILL,
Congress Accedes To President's
Demands As To Provision of
A resolution has been passed by
both branches of congress provid
ing for extending tbe. timo for
oponlng tbo Spokane reservation
in Washington to Dtneinbnr 30,
1002, Tho adoption if (he resolu
tion will insure tho approval of
tho Indian appropriation bill by
tho Proeident. Ho had informed
members of tho Indian affairs
oommittees of both houses that
unless such resolution was adopted
he would not sign tho bill. It ap
pears that Iho provision for tho
opening of tho Spokano Indian
roBorvation, comprising some 103,
000 acres of land, largely mlnoral,
in tho stato of Washington, was
included iti tho Indian appropria
tion bill on the understanding that
the allotments had been made to
the Indians and Iho mineraljroser
vations mnds by the government.
After tho bill had been pasBod the
President was flooded with tele-
giams stating that prospectors and
Bottlers in large numbers had
rushed upon tho reservation and
mado mineral and homestead
claims, and that the Indian of
ficials and tho United States au
thorities woro unable to restrain
them. It also developed that tho
aliotmont of lands to the Indians
had not been completed, and that
tho members of the tribo wero in
danger of boing shut out altogether.
Tho resolution adopted today will
becomo effectivo at onco, as tho
President has indicated his wilt
ingness to sign the bill with tho
limitation provided by tho resolu
tion. It will then be necessary for
the authorities to eject the pros
pectors and settlers who have been
rushing upon the reservation.
Dr. James 1 Vance, of Newark, N.
J., sjyiof Mrs. Rmlly Farrow Gregory
"A a render, her work Is artistic and
masterly. She has no tricks of elocu
tion, but with a rich and mellow
voire, wall trained and under com
ptato control, she oaslly charms and
holds hor audience. Ilcr work is of
TIPS ON A TRIP TO MEXICO.
How In l)rr nml 1'rnmrp for tlia
Cllmntc of the llrimljllc u
If you arc going to make mountain
excursions in Mexico take rough and
warm clothing, and leggings, to be
used ou horseback trip. If you arc
intending to pans much time In the
cities, provide jouraclf with n dress
suit. The Mexicans nre gny and hos
pitable and glad of the company of
t rangers who oonii properly Intro
duced. Yon will thus be prcpnrcd for
the opera, which Is a favorite amuse
ment in the capital and for all social
functions, says the Detroit Journal.
The lowest temperature la the city
of Mexico Is In the month of Decem
ber. The average of the thermometer
Is then 53.4 of Fahrenheit. The high
est temperature is in May, GI.0, which
means a variation of about 11 de
grees from summer to winter. The
evening arc always somewhat chilly,
In the rainy season damp, and there
fore an overcoat of light weight la
the proper thing to have with you.
In other places in Mexico the tem
perature Is a little higher or a little
lower than In the city, according to
the altitude. Near the coast it is
much wormcr: on the higher eleva
tions it is colder.
On Mexico railways people make
themselves comfortable in the most
unconventional way. Smoking is cus
tomary in all the cars. The ladies do
aot object. As a matter of fact many
of them set the example by lighting
cigarettes. The Mexican cigars are
famed for their mildness. Many
smokers think ' them superior to
Havana. They are certainly good
The great altitude of the Mexican
table lands affects newcomers. It pro
duces dizziness and falntncss, espe
cially on making any exertion, as
walking rapidly, or the like. The sys
tem soon conforms to the chnnge and
after n few days' sojourn the rare
ness of the atmoiphere tends toward
exhilaration of spirits. The altitude
of the City of Mexico is nearly 8,000
feet. This clcalIon Is nbout the
highest in the rrpublle, though one
or- two other cities somewhat ex
There nre several places on the way
to Mexico that afford agreeable rest
ing place. One of these is San An
tonio, Tex. Another is Monterey, and
a third is San Luis I'otosl. A halt of
n day at San Antonio Is an acceptable
dJvcrslen. It breaks the monotony of
tftvel through the plains of Texas, a
state so vast that two days on the
road will Just about carry one from
the northern to the southern boun
daries. San Antonio, having a fine
winter temperature, f n resort for
those afllleted with lung diseases. It
has hot springs of sulphurous water.
A military post, one of tlie largest In
the country, Is located on the heights
to the westward of the city.
Wl llle ICnrT II. r y.
1'our-year-old Willie found a new
way io keep n promise the other day.
Ills older brother John hid their sis
ter Noll's doll aim told Willie not to
tell where it was. Xellle vame In
latsr'and asked Willie where it was.
"I promised not to tell you,M the lit
tle fellow replied
Oh, please tell," pleaded Nellie.
"Xo, I enn't tell you, Xellle," niplled
the boy. "but I will tell mamma and
you oin listen." N. V. Mall and 1
So I.llir lcr.
llusnap I se yon call your motor
car nftsr your wife.
HerlwhUile (working over nglne,
Iierspirlngly) Yes; became whenever
I want to go anywhere with Jt, In.
takes so Innjr U.ore It gels ready to
startl Stray Htorles.
Vlielr Love illtriiiilly nurlei.
Uoforc Hmpress I'redorlolt's ooflln
fvas finally closed nit tho love letters
iho rceelml from her late husband,
Emperor l'rcderlok, together with
bis lost written messages inscribed
ifter he had lost his power oi
ipeech, were placed In tfie rollln over
r heart Chicago llccord-lferald,
WALLEN &j? WILSON. ....
Your chance for l3ARGAINShns Some, II you need any
thing: in this line you should avail yourself of these prices.
Good cotton plnitl shooting nt Sic.
Good Irtwn worth Co nt Jo.
Good lino of 15o wprstods nt Pt .
Good lino of 20c worsteds rtt llo.
Good lino of 26c enssimoro 10c.
Wo hrtvo n lino of wrnpjlore worth
1.25, our price 86c.
A lnrgo lino of Indies' vost nt 6c.
A Alio lino of muslin ttudorwonr ut
Wo will soil ladies shirt waist for
tho noxt wook at roduced prlcoa. ;
A largo stock of silk worth 50c and
00c por yd Our prico 37c por yd.
A comploto lino of lacos and oni
broidorids at pricos to plon.se.
You will miss it if you do not soo
our lino of summer dross goods, ging
ham otc, boforo buying.
Wo havo 50 piocos of inoiis undor
woar worth 80c prico 10c por garmont.
Ono lino of mons dress shirte worth
1.00. Our prico 08c.
Wo havo 3 lots of straw hats. Prioo
10, 20, and 30c.
Keep it) Toucb Witb 5iot Loui?
and the work of preparation for the great world's fair
in 1903. Subscribe for '
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5.00 a. 111. Iv. Vinita
5.45 a. in. Lv. Chelsea. . . ,
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1 Laxative Bromo-Quininc Taweu
fh remedy that enrva n colli In ono day
II) (loo. 'lima. I'nlnicr, 31. I).
A ery henry racing automobile ran
over n smalt clilld. The little one vn.
utterly uninjured. A woman, acrinV
blntf window on the fourth floor of
a building;, fell to the Kround with
out aorloua Injury. These ocoiirrcnces
brlii(f to mind the remarkable Occi
dent which may happen without He
riona result to the victim. The two
moat wonderful eases In medical hi-'
tory are these: A boy was loading n
intu?le-lomlli gun. The charge waa
accidentally exploded and the ram
rod entered the left side of the neok
and came out above the right ear,
Kolng through the brain. The Imy re
covered. Another case Is that In
which n crowbar, l.S Inches In diam
eter and flte feet long, whs blown
through a man's head, entering below
the chin and eominir nut the top 'of
the head. In 09 dnja the patient wa
(Irrmnn Kmiirror' rollvy.
The kaiser allow no clwnce to pass
that will erne to make lilmself hiuI
his fRiu(ly jmpular with all classes
in Germany. The crown prince ia
dedicated to the army, find ao Is Kllel
l'rltx. Adalbert was git en to the
navy, mid now he haa (riven two other
aona, not to the low, nor tbe church,
nor to medicine, but to egrloiiltwro.
It ha been an noil ud tHat l'rlneos
August William and Oaaar will learn,
in addition to the many other thlii(,'
they are tquglit, praetMstl agriculture.
Their fattier baa given Uient a email
furiu at 1'loen, aud with h half-dozen
of their aehool-fellowe they will dig
uud plant in the inurt urieotiflc in (tu
ner, selling their product at market
prices to the mprt. Nat only will
they dig and plant unit weed, but they
will have to milk two cown uud look
nftor the chlckriii.-Delrult I'rtHi
The I)efeinlaiir Opportunity,
"Vou say the defendant pulled the
plaintiffs hair. Now, how could the
defendant, who J on unusually short
man, reach tbe plaintiff's hair, the
plaintiff beliitf fully six feet tall?"
"Why, you see, your honor, ilic plain
lilt was buultijr him nl the time."
Clertlsnd J'Jflln Dealer. (
Wo havo 100 prs. of shoos and slip
pwu worth 1.00 itnd 1.26 per pr. Your
choice at,9Jo por pr. f
On the Qrbcery side.
Wo have 2 cans black bcrrioe for 16c
- Wo havo 2 can? rrpbwrle for 16o. ,
'Wo havo 2 cans gooseberries for 160.. -
California peaches, pears nfld nprl-"
cotsfor 15c per can.
Gibs oatmeal for 25c.
flOlbs rice for 1.00
, 71bi ltio coffee
81b prunes for
fancy evaporated potftJiei at,7o par ;,
lb. . -it- ' i
i do, clothes pins for 5c.
7 bars laundry soap for 26o.
Evorything in our store goes in
proportion to thf above prices.
away with orteh trndo.
Our phone U 100.. Tho spoiled horso
is ready to go with goods from
WALLEN & WILSON,
Oklahoma City and Return,
AND RATE 5.
7.55 a. hi. Iw. Saiutlne 1.00
8.40 n. 111. l.v. Ilrialow '
9.19 n. in. l,v. Stroud 1.00
9.55 a. 111. I,v. Chalidler . . . . 1.00
10.30 a. m . Iv. Wcllafbn 75
10.40 a. SU
u.l2 :.. at
1 1 .-15 a., k
I.v. Luther 5
Iv. Jones 50
Iv M linger 52
Ar. Ohihoinn City ....
Frisco a gents.
fAl?REE PATTERN 1
I (jour i wi wltrtion iterj tub I
I wither OniT s i ut- m r
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i'IIHO, 1G11 TRAINS
'WILY! SUKOAYS TOO"
THE RflTY WAY"
BfiWEEIi ?WtH TOWS IN
. rl'.s'iQUtl, Kansas,
Indi an Territcry, Oklahoma,
Texas & Mexico.
PULLMAN BUFFET BLEEPED!
AMD nCO ININC CHAtn OAFtB
N ALL 'HHOUGH TRAINS.
tor FAST TIME take
I J 'THE rfATY FLYER"
a . ., niib iiviwni.Hi -wr,ivb.
tf 'AH M.tfTg7V I
SlfcSISr .. n
for 1 .(t$: .
Vinita, I. T.
and pure blood aro Inseparable. If
your blood in bad, your health must suf
fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose
vitality lust ax a poor fire under tho
boiler allows tbe 'steam to ran down.
From poor blood to impure blood Is but
a step, and impure blood is mother to a
largo percentage of human Ills. Dr.
Harters Iron Tonic Is an ftntldote for
both poor and impure blood, for it Is
both a builder aim purifier a food
and a medicine. It Is the best combi
nation of tho kind known to medical
science, and Its success for nearly half
a century has led to its endorsement by
thousand of medical men who have
been unable to find a substitute.
r, narter s
will tnturr rou dcntnix the mr.r.v tII rciuhlng
ficm Impure blou-J Scrofula, plan :.-. blotthrt,
kklaey dlaonlcm, rhcumallim. emit, drtpeimU.
female wcakm , nnjtn'n. rbloro.K etc , am n
rw td thmn . but tHr irftMt pi 11. the HTMtMl
danver. I- t'to ffervrai
uaiem, wliich aGurd
"-- w " -T 77 -r "771 . 7-. .wT. tl
it woaKrmnv ci mv wnuio
au opening- fur every
.!r rn" c the thousand! of
ri the J:
tea.lciom .1. r,'. ., ,
n-rr'- .Mich.. Jan. 10, Ml.
"1 cotnraBcr.'. u, n lr Matter' Iron Tunic
wnia prosir . 'n m i. vvi r.- uawof rtuiinm-
linn Aiur i .'iik' i'i" i. imi j mi Trnrr .ni,
llluiui!H'ae t rrecon pi ' ,' ''ranlcatcOfrumn.y
ariten, nnu ray v nor il 1 U'h wax restored.
tuuno equal, nr.i J mi .Ihomrly reeotnini
Aa n lucju ,ur.ir r it nuri r iron ioui
It t all pcnou 'tin r, ; from Indurcaiipn,
IU 1 ltl3
ig mnoy weaKiiieii
condition of n. . .:
in Jbcw by ImjoircT-
m I.- i ruo r rrs ii.
No tW Second AT.
111,000 faaraatM that ikm taati- tl it el-
Every bottle or Dr liar
tor'a Iron Toole hna our
' Creacent" trade mark on
tho label. Don't accept a
eubrflllute Itwlit on Or. Harter'a.
,l.tj enly tj
THE DR. HMTER MEDICINE COMPANY
MumlUoc4 th lltrtt, t Will CTimr llliirw,
d ,4liM vtU kaa Or. llwter HaliuM.
MR SAXE VSYWHEKE.
it Foreman Druir Store.
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TMR m'RI.INOTON'B VK11Y
luiryday dutinf( Jlarcli. niul April,
ic.j, l-ry luw one way Colonists' rates
by the liarlmxlun Route as follows:
Kanua City to UortUnd, Tacouu, Se
attle and 1'uKi't Sound points $2$.
To Spukauc and surrounding territory
22 o. To llutte and Helena district
Hor exact rates to intermediate and
brunch territory consult nearest ticket
aneut or mite the underelgued.
The "Durtitixton-Xortbtrti l'aclfie !if
press" ia the great time saving train,
carrying through coaches, through cliatr
cars aud through tourist sleepers to
Butte, Helena, Spokane, Vuget Bound
I'rom Denver to the Northwest The
jiuiungion nas last service via lillliuga a
... nn a. . ( m. ... 1 r... ..J.I. .Ian 1 1 11.. 1 la. ... w .. . I
111 IVUWbUlAI Ulill 1116 JlUUIllVVU- 1
Northern Paoiflc Bxpreaa."
BUrlingfon's Denver Train
F.ist truinleaves Kansas City at 9.3J ,
m., arrives iu Denver 3.151. 111. next I
day. Auother Denver train loaves Kan- - j
aaa City at 10 40 a. 111, Double daily '
through clu.r cars, sleepers and dinning
ToSf. Paul & Minneapolis
Double daily train service Kansas City
to the twin cities of the north via Oma-
ha bHoux City.
BEST LINK KA8T HOUND. To
Chicago- famous "P.li" leaves Kansas
City st 6 lij p. in. arrives lit Chicago at
8.10 a. in.
Double dally set vice to St. Louis
Do us the favor to write for rates, free
printed illustrated descriptive matter.
Let us uiIvim you the least cost of your
L. J. URICKKR, T. I A., 883 Main 8t.
Kansas City, Mo.
L. W WAKKLBV, 0. 1'. A., St Louis,
HOWARD BLLIOTT, Oen'l Manager,
fit Louis, Mo
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