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0. M. MAIMS, Editor nnd Fablls'ucr
r II. Lki. Olotwoutht,
' Visita.I. T.. May 29, 10QJ7
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Thore 1b no subetitttro foi work
( .Mrs. Nation Ib In Jail at Topeka
but old Poleo is still on the rnm.
pagu. . .:.
' ,rWiint conetlluloa iuiprhvo.
'nln?'-' Is the question of ihe
Tta lntin..tvnlr ITnratil Ii4 the
'55' v"'""'1' -
r"'"" -il new08t journalistic venture nt
"(j ' 0W comeB OongrodSman Ohas.
'&. Curtis oncl savo, congress shall not
i Hi adjourn, until Auust first.
It is n wite Indian who has his
eeUle'aGUletlip under thn admin.
IrtraiiOii oi President Roosevelt.
. ObttMn" Mates of tho Union had
i leis laxHuiB property m uiu iiuii
i of admission than Oklahoma has.
South MuAleetcr ii in the throes
of u' street fair whloh has the np
planatmol bing n immense nr.
( An enormous hay crop is now
. assured and by Ihu-wny, this is
J onq.onho moneycropsof this sec
5 lion. .
Sunday fever is more and more
'? iirVJ,ent.&8 the days lengthen, on
$ J account of which the devil smllos
Yos, tho dag was hauled down
and carried home from Cuba, tnd
the, same should be done in the
One of tbe burning questions of
tho day Is: who wrote that Chief
Bufilngton letter to the Secretary
of tbe Interior.
This appears to be the time of
appalling casualties. Voloanio
eruptions, water spouts and storinB
on land and sea.
If there is to be a great inanu
facluring center in the Indian ter
ritory South MoAloeter stands a
good show o'f being "it."
Dr. E. E. Hoss, one of the new
ly elected Methodist bishops, will
presido at the Indian Mission Con
ference at Muskogee October 22.
Tbe (own cow is now "tho para
mount issue" in Vinita. Parks,
boulevards, flowers, grasses and
trees must not be at the morcy of
When a company of gentlemen
can return from a Sunday outing
and all tell the same story about
what happened, their amiability
need not be questioned.
Vinita is tho largest and most
important town la the Indian ter
ritory touched by the Frisco sys
Una and a nutter of course is
tiro favorite. Now Bee what it will
do for Vinita.
Now that the Cherokee estray
law has been set aside by tbe
United Btates courts, what about
tbe largo number of stray animals
already in the hands of tbe Chero
kee stray agents?
The moBt successful school year
in tho history of Vinita publio
schools closes Thursday of this
week. All tho building includ
ing tbe cottage will be needed for
tbe next term which will open in
Sonator Quay has introduced
tho memorial passed at tbe last
'regular cession of the Cheokee
council providing for allotment of
Cherokee lands. It differs very
materially frnm the Hilobcook
bill. It outs down the reservation
for Willie Halsell college from one
hundred and sixty acres to four
Now that there are two bills
pending in oongreae for tho allot
ment of Cherokee lands and a Ren
er'ol settlement of tribal affairs, il
;Is possible to cat action before ad-
I jf urnwent this lummer.Thelliteb-
oijok bill in tbe house, and Quay
i bill In the senate will.one or both.
receive consideration. The Hitch.
I-" cock measure provides 'or allot-
ment without the consent of the
Oherpkees and the Quay bill pro.
rides lor rntiilcfttiut) by a vote of
ifhe rilling of the nuoruoy gen
eral of Iho interior department to
tho nflt that no Indian has the
lgl rijlH to rent or lease his a
ptint before obtaining deed to
etRi will knock the Investment
shark nt i-oCnwb uotiutry out
good and strong T)iis ruling bow.
eyr only m lies to the Creek
eounlry whero deeds art shortly to
be iMUftd, Tho decision is with
But doutt ft righteous om and in
kwplng wuii tho spirit, If not tho
Wlr of .hu law,
What has become of tbe 8op?r
four ytar-cnrpot bag bill?
Mount Pelee is again quiet but
old DoWot still wants to fight.
Tho Quay bill provides for title
to all Cherokee town lots sold ten
years prior to the passage of tho
sol without further paytnont.
Now that tho president has
signod the Indian bill Darrough
and Mellette may ns well bo given
tli cir ootmnlsBionR and allowed to
oo me homo.
A rook pile would bo of great
assistance In obtaining material for
Blreot improvements, and would
inoldunlally be n sort of physical
culture institution for the hoboes,
The sorvices of ovory artisan in
Viniln is in demand, and there Is
sufficient work in sight to give em
ployment to many more. Thero
is no excuse for loafing tbeie hust
Tho president has not yet signed
ttio Indian appropriation bill on
account of its apparent injustice
to sotSB Indian tribe. Heretofore
suoh a iliniRy excuse has not been
Congress lias appropriated
$200,000 ;for tho roller ol the
islanders of Martinique, whilo
Prance, the government to whloh
tho Island belonged, gave grudg
Tbe pending appraisement of
town lots Is tho first step toward
obtaining title to tho town proper
ty. With the issuance oi titles
tho greatest handicap to Vinila's
progress will be removed.
The enactment of a curfew ord
inance in Vinita would bo the
right thing. Boys ought to be
kept off the streets at night. No
good can result in turning young
boys out to roam the streets at all
hours of Ihe night.
The uso of profanity on the
streets is not only an annoyanco to
respectable citizens, but it is a
vioious habit that should not be
tolerated. The city authorities
aro determined to put slop, to
the practice and speedy punish
ment will be meted out to the of
fenders. It is certainly just that a person
lurniehing Information to a news
paper should share in its respon
sibility, aud several states have
introduced or passed such amend
ments to the libel lawn. The fol
lowing Is ponding in Iowa: "Any
person who willfully Btates, de
livers or transmits by any means
Now that congrexs is to remain
in session another whole month,
the chances for Indian territory
legislation are brighter. The
Hitchcook bill ought to be passed.
With its enactment Ihe work of
tbe Dawes commission can be
pushed to a conaluslon, and deeds
issued to the citizena of the Chero
whatsoever to the owner, manager
editor or reporter of any news
paper, magazine, periodical or
serial, for publication therein, any
libelous statement, untrue in fact,
concerning any person nr corpora
tion, and thereby secures the pub
lication oi the same, is hereby de
clared guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction shall be
punished by a fine not exceeding
8500, or by imprisonment in thn
county jail not exceeding one
year, or both."
Tho answers to "What Things
Vinita Needs Most," printed in
the Daily Chieftain from day to
day indioate beyond a doubt that
even the children all know that
Vinita is sadly in need of a few
things. A few years ago pretty
nearly the same questions were
propounded and the answers at
that time were; "Electric lights,
telephones," and suoh things, and
in somo instanos,at least, we have
acquired. So it is to be hoped in
this Cite, we will eoon get the
things the children are mention
No town ever ma le u bstter In
vestment than money put into
ohurch property. The culture of
a people, bb well as their spiritual
ity, finds expression in the struc
ture of their places of worship and
tho church edifice, beautiful in do.
sign and architecture bespeaks a
civilized, enlightened and Chris
tian people, The Presbyterians
of Vinita have undertaken the
tnek of building a new church and
have pledges of substantial' as
sistance from friends out of town
if they oan raise a reasonable share
of tbe moans in Vinita. Thoy con
template the creation of a $10,000
eAturch of brick or stone, and if
they succeed, it will benefit the
whole town, it will simply en
hneoe thu value of every piece of
town property in tho place, As a
business proposition our people
can will alJuru to contribute to
linn enterprise liberally.
Nice lot of Hue candle al
A PdERLBSS BUAUtY.
Dennis Flynn made n, great
Bpeech in congress a few daya ago
for fatatehood for Oklahoma. In
closing ho Raid: "Why should Ok
lahoma, so large, so populous, bo
intelligent, and bo prosperous, bo
governed difierenlly from the
states you reprosenl? Why should
our territory, with its groat popu
lation, with its manifest intellig
ence, with lis unbounded wealth,
with its unlimited prosperity, be
deniod the right to vote for tho
president of tbe United StatoB, to
elect its own governor, to chooso
its own judgoB, and to tnako its
own laws? The proBporous and
intelligent people ofOklahoma aro
tired of a territorial form of gov
ernment and strenuously object to
longer marching in a procession-
tied by a congress which, though
trying to be just and kind, Is not
at all times able to appreciate tho
local situation or to give much
needed and spoody relief. Our
peoplo bolieve that they possess
not only the right to be heard but
the right to voto in the councils of
the nation, and they now ask that
thoy be permittod to exercise that
right. As has beon said in the
past of another great territory
which was making its last domand
for admission, Oklahoma 1b "a
peerless beauty in resources, in
wealth, in numbers, and in Intel
ligenco, the pride of all America,
yet ignored by congress and denied
thn right to enter hor father's
honse." Wo hope that will not
bo true as fnr as this house is con
cerned when the hour arrives to
record your votes. The only way
to encourage peoplo who have
gone forth and bullded a new com
mouwealth is to give them to un
derstand that there is at ill room
for a star on tho flag, invite them
to prepare their star, and I, for
one, will guarantee to you no act
of any of these territories will ever
caBt odium or stain upon Old
TUB QUAY BILL.
The bill introduced in the
United States senate a few days
ago by Senator Quay is tho sub
ject of much discussion in tbe
Cherokoo nation at this time.
Taken as a whole the measure is
perhaps the most lavorablo to the
Cherokee people of any ever offer
ed, and would be ratified by an
overwhelming majority if submit
ted to them. The presumption is
that, eminating as it does from the
Indian committee at this time and
under present conditions, that it
will be called up and considered
and perhaps passed boforo the ad
journment ot the present session.
It provides for tbe allotment of
ono hundred acres per capita, and
affirms the title to town lots pur
chased from the nation ten years
prior to the passage of tho act;
cuts down the one hundred and
sixty li re reservation for Willie
Halsell college to four acres, and
adds two hundred and twenty acros
to tbe towneite of Fort Gibson. It
provides that the Cherokeo tribal
government shall continue until
March 4, 1906 subject to such lu
ture legislation as congress may
deem proper The question with
reference to mineral leases Ss lei t
to tbe courts for settlement.
KATY INTO TULSA.
Semf-olllclal Statement Says That
M. K. T. Will Enter Oil City.
A statement has been made
publio on semi-official authority
that the M. K. & T. railioad will
build a line into Tulsa.
The exact route ubb not been
made public. Three surveys have
been made from Wybark through
Tulsa to a juncture with the
Stevens Guthrie line. Two cross
the Osage nation, a third croeeeH
the St. Louis it San Francisco
bridge at Tulsa and follows the
south eido of tbe Arkansas to the
main line near Cleveland, Ok.
Tbe lino has been located from
Wybark to Coweta, a distance of
thirty miles also a like distance
from Tulsa. Much care is being
taken to conceal the couiso from
Coweta to Tulsa. This is done
that the movemont up the fertile
Arkansas valley shall not be an.
tlolpated by tbo St. Loula & San
Franolsco. The St. Louis & San
Francisco has located a short ex
tension from the main line at Min
go to Coweta south and also north
west along Bird cieok and Hominy
valleys to Cleveland, over almost
the eamo ground traversed by the
Will Do Signed By President Rooso
President RooBavol thasin r in
ed members oi the committeo of
Indian aflalrs that he will sign the
Indian appropriation bill today.
The president's decision was
rescued after receiving from mem
bers of tho house and senate, the
promise that the objectionablo
features of the bill in regard to the
opening of several tracts of Indian
lands, would be corrected through
Sonato Bill Providing for tho
v Salo of Factory Sites
In Territory. ;;.v.
OBJECT OF MEASURE
Pa to Promoto Material InteroslB
of tho Torrilory by In
villng tho Location of
Factories N o a r
Tbo bouse has favorably re
ported the senate bill providing
for the salo of sites for manufac
turing or industrial plants In In
Tho bill, as it passed the senate
providos that tho chief executive
officor of any of the fivo civilized
tribes in Indian territory may,
with the approval of the secretary
of tho interior, and upon such
terms and conditions as the secre
tory may proscribe, Bell and con
vey in tracts not exceeding forty
acres at any ono place, such lands
adjoining or in tho vicinity of a
town site in the nation ob may bo
desired for the establishment and
operation of a manufacturing or
industrial plant which will tend
to encourago the cultivation of the
lands held by the tribe or its
members, or whloh will promoto
the general welfaro of the com
munity. The proceeds derived
from the Bale of the land uro to bo
turned into the treasury- to the
credit of tho tribe. Where tho
lands sold havo been improved by
any member of the tribe, he is to
be compensated for bis right of
occupancy or improvements, out
of the proceeds of tho sale. After
allotment has been made of tho
lands of any tribe desired for the
establishment or operation of such
plant, the ealo and conveyance
thereof may, during tbo period
when alienation is otherwise pro
hibited or restricted, be made by
the nlloUte in the manner pre
scribed, instead of being made by
tho chief executive officer ol the
Kenreeontatlve Sherman,, of
New York, chairman of tbo com.
mittee on Indian affairs, in re
porting tbe bill favorably, said:
"The title ol the act correctly
describes its object, which is to
promote the sale and purchase of
additional tribal properties adjoin
ing or near town sites for the ubo
of manufacturing or industrial
plants. The object of the bill is
to encourage tbe entrance of such
industries into the territory, and
thus promote its material in
tereuts." THESE ARE WINNERS.
Right of Claimants to Citizenship
Affirmed in Tlitse Cases.
Special to Dally Cliltftaln
Muskogee, I. T., May 24, 1002.
The United Slates commission
tn tho five civilized tribes today
deoidod that tho following persons
who havo heretoforo been listed
for enrollment on Cherokee
Doubful cards were entitled to be
enrolled as citizens of the Chero.
Nannie Grlflln et ul, Toxunna
John It I'olodexter, Wagoner
Martha Ilaldrldge ot al, Wagoner
Clara Oantrell ot al, Muskogee
Cora Humphrey ot al, staple
John 12 Kazwortliy ot al, Vlolta
Mary 15 White, Stllw ell
Thomas J Whtto, Stllwell
William J White, Stlhvell
Thomas Dsvlne et a, Westvlllo
Jack Wall, OhouUau
June Coats et al, Adair
Mary K Armstrong, Adair
George IF Watklns et al, Pryor
THESE HAVE LOST.
Interior Department .Affirms De.
clson;of Dawes Commission
In Citizenship Cases.
Special to Ui Dally CbMulo.
Muskogee, I. T. May 23, 1V02J
Tl,n TTnltu.l Cl.lo. .l..t. iJ
Mo ivnikvu umtpa uuujujIOBiUll lu
the five oivilizea tribes has just
been officially notified that the do.
cleion of the commission rejecting
the following applications for en
rollment as citizens of tho Chero
kee nation has bsen affirmed by
tbe secretary of the Interior:
Dury Ann Itoberle
William Edmondson Duggere)
Minerva E Owens
Beltie 0 Ayers
Ben Henry Webb
Mary Luoinda Black
Martha Jane Irvln
Villa Clementine Howell
Mary Agnes Hoes
Jeptha K Webb
Hiram David Webb
Jane Carolina Dixon
Kliza J ilno Johnson
P. Dunn Is Under Arrest
At Oklahoma City,
After having held him Incom
municado for a week tho arreBt of
John Wallace, nllr. "Denvor
Frenchy", an aliened accomplice
of J. P. Dunn in tim uurdttr of
Bherlfi Powers nt Olur'-BVill . hs
been mado publio by ChlM Pollci
Cochran of Oklahoma Guy. Wal
lace had 8500 when arrested. A
Kansas City Plnkerton man who
had trailed Wallaco for throe
weoks, arrivod at Oklahoma City
ono day too late to make tho arrest.
Wallace says he was at Waco Tex ,
at the timo of the robbory, but
added that he was satisfied
that John P. Dunn, who escaped
from Wichita, did tho work.
Wallace was taken to Clarksvllle.
Fort Smith, Ark., May 20.
Sheriff King, of ClarkBvillo, passed
through tho city yesterday after
noon at 1 o'clock on his way to
Clarksvllle with Jim Wallace, bet
ter known as "Denver French,"
who is supposed to be ono of tho
quintette who dynamitod tho
Clarksvllle bank sotne timo ago
and killed BhorifT Powers ot
Johnson county. Sheriil King
went through Fort Smith on his
way to Oklahoma City, where
Wallaco was under arrest, and on
Thursday, armed with the neceB
Tho train was met hero yester
day by a number of Fort Smith
ians and among them Tom Stokes,
who had been notified to be at tho
train to see if he could identify
Wallace as one of tho men who
wore In Fort Smith some two
weekB before tbo bank robbery,
and disappeared tho day of the
night on which tho bank was rob
Stokes at once recognized Wal
lace and said he was tbe first ono
of the gang to show up in Fort
Smith, and it was bo who rented
the bouse used by tbe gang as
Rock Island and Frisco Preparing to
Lay Ralls In Record Time.
The St, Louis and San Francis
co have put men to work between
a point on Ihe Frisco main line
between Gray's switch and Plat
ter, eight milea north of Denison,
in tho Chickasaw nation, to pur
chase all the right of way of the
lino surveyed from that point to
Coalgate, 1. T., about a yoar ago.
Tho "survey of the Rock Island
practically parallels the Frisco
survey, and the survey of Ihe lat.
ter line has spurred the Frleco to
purchase the right of way and to
make preparations to go to work.
It Ib to be a race between tho
Hock Island and Frisco as to
which line will cover the field
The Frisco is also reported
ready to let the contract for con
Btruction from Coalgate to Okla
Exercises To be Conducted In
Of the Soldier Dead.
Tbe tribute of Vinita to the
nation's dead on Memorial Day,
will be marked with impressive
though simple ceremonies.
The graves of tho gallantB who
bravely followed their flags
whether "Old Glory" or tho bon
n!e emblem of the southland will
be decorated with flowers dedica
ted to their heroism.
Marching with tbo old veterans
will be a contingent of the young
ao Idlers who recently riBBisted in
showing to tbe nations that the
young repubiio of the west is a
giant world power.
The following is the program of
tbe exercies which will be held in
tbo morning at tho cemetery, and
in the atternoon at the court
The procession will leave the
United Slates court house at 0:50
a. m., with the following organiz
ations in line.:
G. A. B. and U. 0. V. march
Speakers of the day, and inyltod
Secret and fraternal orders.
Memorial address, to be deliv
ered by . fl. Dixon.
Decoration of the graves.
At tbe court home, 3 p. m,:
Recitation Mra. Willie Oborn.
'Address, by II. 0. Dooley, ora
tor of the day.
All secret societies and fraternal
orders are invited to march in full
Don't dopalr hccauio )ou have a
weak constitution. The vitalizing
prloclplo of Ilerblnu will assuredly
strengthen It. In every drop of Her
bloo tbcra U life. Tbcro U a itlibulat
!n(,', rcuermratloir power, uncqualed In
the whole ranuo of medicinal prepara
tions. l'Ico CO cents. For sale at
Peoples' Drug Store, dw
Your chance for BARGNAlS has contS. If you need any
thing in this line you should avail yourself of these prices.
Good cotton plaid shirting at Sic.
Good lawn worth Oo at 4c.
A largo lino of ladles' vostQ at Go.
L L muslin at -io por yard.
"Wo havo GO piccos of mons under
woar worth 30c prico 19c por garmont.
Wo havo 100 prs. df bIioos and slip
pers worth 1.00 and 1.25
choico nt 08c por pr.
50 shirt waists worth 1.00 at 00c.
A largo stock of silk worth 50o nnd
GOo por yd Our prico 35o per yd.
5c laco at 3c por yard.
40 wash skirts worth 1.00, Jyour
choico for 50c.
A comploto lino of
broidories at prices to ploaso.
You will miss it if you do not soo
our lino of summor dross goods, ging
ham otc, boforo buying.
Ono lino of mons dross shirts worth
1.00. Our prico 08c.
Wo hs.vo 3 lots of straw Jiats. Price
10, 20, and 30c.
May Bo Called Up for Hear
ing Before Adjourn
ment, STRONG INFLUENCE.
lias Been Enlisted fo r tbo Meas
ure and One More Determined
Effort 'Will Be Made to
Effect Ita Tass.
II the "present ei islon of Con
gress Is protracted un til the mid
dlo of July, as now seo ma probable
an effort will be mad o to secure
the asBoge ol the hou io bill pro
viding statehood for Oklahoma,
New Mexico and Ariz. na. This
decision hnB been read ted, after a
conference betwoen the dtlcgatos
from tho three territorie e nd Sen
ators Quay and Elkins.
Senator Quay is a r itmber of
tho senate committee on territories
and baa promised to make a
special effort to secure favorablo
report upon tho bill an It came
from tbe house. He haa made a
canvasB of tbe committee .and has
assured the delegates tba t a ma
jority oi tho members of tbt i com
mittee will vote for a favorable re
port upon tho bill and wlM urge
its passage by tbe senate.
Senator Elkins is also cnth usi
astically in favor of tbo bill i tnd
has agreed to make its pastegt ft
personal matter, so far as poesibl e
He believea that thero will be i
least fifty votos for tho bill in thi '
senate if the committee will report
it favorably. He and Sen ntor
Quay will make a pergonal req uest
for a report of the measure by the
Senator Beveridge of India '"i
chairman of the senate commit te
on territories, has been genera Uy
understood to be opposed to t be
bill. He has assured the frien da
of statehood that be Iibb taken i to
position on the bill, but has b i
lieved it would bo impossible I 0
have the measure considered a t
tho present session ofoongress
Ho has stated also that he will
not oppose a report on the bill by
tb committee if friendB of tbo
meusure will furnish him tbe as.
surance that thero is a prospect of
securing action upon the measure
Tbe canvasB that bus been made
among tbe senators shows that the
opposition to the bill is not as
pronounced as it was earlier in tho
session. Senator Quay is con
Tinced that the bill should be
passed. He hoe been urged by a
large number of Fennsylyanians to
support the bill on account of tbo
investments made In the terri
tories by oaetorn capitalists who
aro anxiouefor statehood. It is
atated that at least $10,000,000 of
Pennsylvania and New Yoik cap
ital have alroudy been invested in
mining and railroad enterprises in
Now Mexico and Arizona and that
this sum would be largely incteas.
ed if tbe territories were admitted
Senators Quiy and Elkins will
make it further eflort during the
present week to aeouro a report
from the committee and pave Iho
way fpr consideration of tbe mess,
ure by tbe senate, Whilo there Ib
no certainly that aolion will be
oonslderod frlonds of atutehood
are very inuijh encouraged,
On the Grocery side.
We havo 2 cans black borrios for 15c
Wo havo 2 drills raspborrios for 15c.
Wo havo 2 cans goosoborrios for loc.
Wo havo 2 cans chorrios for 15c. V
California penohos, poars and apri
cots, for 15o por can.
por pr. Your
8 cans pio ponchos for 25c. - ' ;
201bs rlco for 1.0Q"
71b ltio coffoo fo.tl.06' ' .
Today 241bs navy lToans for 1.00
Olus oatmeal for 25c.
Olbi hominy for 25c.
4 doe. clothos pins for 5c. .
7 bars laundry soap for' 25c;
Everything in our .atoro goos in
proportion to tho abovo prices. .
Country produco wanted.
Remember tho dish waro given
away with caeli-trado.
Our phono is 100. Tho spotted horso
is ready to go with goods from
lacos and om-
WALLEN & WILSON,
Vinita Plow CO. ""
Deering Binders, Mowers and
Rakes are the best.
a urn ,i ilium1 ks
II' 9 H Hill I i llilll fSSnll I II tl
We sell the Studebaker Wagons and
Buggies. Call and see us.
Vinita Plow Company.
Any 1 sek or Iron In the Mood -w a la toe (mm.
Pallor U Mm titn. laUor alao mman much
more: It means a starved imttoui irnea, u d
bllllated eoodUkm of tbe vital enraaa, poor air.
dilation and Impaired tUfoatlon. Tbe aeme,
tbe muaelea, and aU tbe organ of toot body (
their energy and all tbe mautrlala for Uielr re
pair from tbe blood. Pallor abowa tbat all
tbece are IohIm Vitality. Nut a Say abonld be
lost la rettorlac tbe riohneea and purity of tbe
blood. Get Iron-get It by taking tbo triad ol
Iron your blood require- Tbe Iron la Dr. liar
ter'a Iron Toole Ii tbe perfeot klad. Itgoea
Irora Touratomneh directly Into tbe Mood with
out any ebango. Anbourafieryoutakell.lthaa
toeeome part of your blood and UdoU food.
bull, la up tbe serve and nuaralar Untie, aide
your Keatlon. enable uuu vet Uw Kood of
tbe f Pd you oat. and make you wcU from bead
to fot t It U a aure cure tor aU arOletiooH re
miltlr it from Impure blood, aucb a aerurnla.
pimp) 0", blotebea. kidney claordera. rhc "aa
than. Rout, dyapepoia, female weaknc.s. ete.
Hodor id by eminent pbyelclaM Xor nearly
fifty y W
Tbe . Mtovtng le ono of thouaand ol etratla?
Uttlmo atau nave received, oonvlaotng evi
dence tl t Dr. Halter's Iron Tools doea all tbat
U claim, id far It:
MooUromery. Ala.. IMe. 11 iwt
"Our ( pattr baa uaed Dr. Barter Medlolnee
for yean -! I think Dr lienor' iron Tool
tbo beat kHidMse I havo ever takoo."
Mra. S. MeQueeevOerter.
m south Hull Street
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5bk tor-", Iron Toole be oar
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JOB SALE EVEUVWHEIIE.
BAM WER SALVE
Vinita, I. T.
Just received a car of
Deering Twine, the best.,,
on earth. ' '""
Hay season, will spon
be here, Deering Bind
ers, Mowers, Rakes and
Twine. Call and see our
The largest stock of
buggies in the Territory,
cheap for ca sh, or sold
on easy payments.
Fop Northwest Settlers
TUB BURMNGTON'S VERY
Everyday daring JUrcU and April,
Imi.vprvlnlVnn.wilu fVilnnl-t-t rn(a.
by the Turlington Route as follows:
jvauxiB .uy tu iiutuaiiu, lucuma, Se
attle nnd I'uget Sound points 125.
To Spokane and surrounding territory
22.6o. To Butte and Helena district
l'or exact rates to intermediate and
branch territory consult nearest ticket
agent or v:ite the nndereigned.
The "Burlington-Northern raclfic Ex
press" is the great time saving train,
carrying through coaches, through chair
cars and through tourist sleepers to
niltte. Helena. SnnVntii- Vttnrt Snnnil
From Denver to the Northwest The
Burlington has fast service via Billings
111 connection with the "Burlington
Northern Pacific Express."
Blirllnglon's Denver Train
East tratnleaves Kansas City at 9.3s p
m., arrives in Denver 3.15 p. xn. next
day. Another Denver train leaves Kan
sas City at 10.40 a. m. Double dally
through chair cars, sleepers and dinning
To St. PaUI 5 Minneapolis
Double dally train service Kansas City
to the twin cities of the north via Oma
ha Sioux City.
BEST LINE EAST HOUND. To
ClUcngo-fauious "Eli" leaves Kansas
City nt6.2o p.m. arrives in Chicago at
8.10 n. in.
Double daily service to St. Ivouis.
Do 11s the favor to write for rates, free
printed illustrated descriptive matter.
Mt us advise you the least cost of your
L. J. BUICKER, T. 1'. A., 823 Main St.
Kansas City, Mo.
Ij, W. WAKELRV, O. V. A., St. Imls.
HOWARD EUIOTT, Gea'l Manager,
St Ixmls, Mo
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