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VisitaTsd. Tmi.,Skpt. G, 1889-
iooal Hallroad Tlmo tablet.
MmOUIlt, KANSAS ft TEXAS.
1,M. K. AT. Ktiitpm 4:
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fliMn.m. I HiSARm
I0:l.li. ml IQ:'ftpm
Oil a m. ml.lpm
No. 4,T. St.I..AHi'bex
Ne. J. Mo. Ke ft Tex ex
No.W. freight and arcom
ST. LOOM SAM FHANCtSCO uailway.
K. front Ht.1i. to Talis, I ll.ispm.
ACtmnmoJatlon ,.,.,, .,.. ll:lmm.
IAnmvx I iirrAKT,
Siioii.m. I Sivpm,
Through coarli from St. LnnletoTntsa.
ti.mta cmiiui nim:cronr.
M. K. Chnroli Rontli I,. W. Hirers, paitori
fUMiath lehool at 10.00 a. m.i til
lo.iio (. m. i preachings! II
: nrarer meetlnt- eeerv Wed-
. ru. ana jp.m i prayer meeting every Weil-
Communion service every
Preibyterlan Church W.
Dreiciilnr everr bnniUr
I.. Ranter, nation
Snmlay at II a. m. anil 7 p
olatlOa. m.t tirever meet
mi Sunday school at 10 a. m.j
ing inuriuey niguii.
Congregational Chnroli. Preaching, firm
dart at II a. m. and T p. m.t Sunday school
at 10 a. m. prayer meetlnff Thuriday nlghta.
cnxnoicRK ionnKxo. , i.o.u. w.
Meet! March S and alternate Tuetdey nights
visiting members in goon stsnu
II. A. Oali.owat. II.
K. MaroitD, llecorder.
Vinlta. - - -
-T70IITMEU Si BAUD,
' PHYSICIANS fr SURGEONS,
VINITA, O. N.
Offleolu IUymond building, room 10,
second tloor. ,
A YY. FOREMAN,
PHYSICIAN .0 SURGEON.
Ofllcolii front room of Skinner, Rat
cllir ic Oo's. building, upstairs.
t PHYSICIAN it- SURGEON,
Ollico lu Faciflc Hotel,
OLAREMORE, - IND. TKK.
'A II. COLLINS, M. I).,
PH YSIOIA NAS URGEON,
, Pralrlo City, : : Ind. Tor.
Ulvet tptclal atltntlou to dlseatee of Kye,
Ear, Note and Throat.
,T M.TAYLOR, JR., 742
i Atturnoy-at-Lnw and W. 8. commis
sioner Tor tho Western District or Ar
kansas. CHELSEA, INI). TKR.
mTin n at v ' .1 1 r A lir
MU8KOGKK, I. T.
, Will rollc luUiiltf.lSttrcouit!.TiUtt.
Kannat, Arkanot and Trrtltory. Ilaa Ind
'nrtara rr elrliie au actlro jractl
. A TTORNE Y.A T-LA II',
H'fclal attention glton to loratlntc andcollrrt-
Inxelftlma. llr iriotrrance, honor and
" Intrgrltjr 1 bopa to merit patronage.
ChouUjw, " -. Iud.Tcr.
,ruoi. It. IlAkVFa.
E. C IIoimnot.
'OAIINES Si 1I0DDIN0T,
A TTORNE YS-A T-LA V.
Office corncrof Grccu and Garrison A vu
FOUT SMITH, AUIv.
Mho Muskogee, Ind. Tor.
Crlmlnat builnraaln U. S Court a apeclaltf.
I (1 Kali.i, W. H. OiuwroKii.
' -Trom Kt. Smith, Ark. Krom Faittallle,Ark.
j-iALUJ Si UIIAWFOIU),
.1 TTORNEYS-AT-LA W.
Will practico here or at Ft. Kiuitli in
any lgal Itusincsa,
MUSKOUKL, : IND. TEK.
Olllce: Opiiosllol'. O.
D ' UVAI OBAVENS, TEMPLE
lb.IT. '.', Wa. I.tnni, I. J. TmrU, M X. Mm
ATTORNEYS d COUNSELORS
T LA II'. 7-39
Collections Promptly Mttdo.
WUHKOUEK. - . l.Nli. TEH.
B. O. Hindi. D. Stewart Elliott.
LAW Y EIIS.
Mnakngoo, Ind. Tcr.aud t't.Kmitli.Ark,
7.52 Curroapondcnce Solicited.
Altornty-At-LaiT and U. 8. Commls
aloBCr for CItII limine.
. r Commissioner of Deeds for Kansas,
Missouri, Arkansas and Texas.
Deeds and legal papers drawn and
acknowledged. Collections against
railroads for stock killed. Ollico, Opi.
ra House, illock, Vlulta, Ind. Ter. T'-Sl
Live-stock Commission Go.
II. V. Cjuhwki.i., rrcsident.
8ai. Lazahua, Vicc.Proeldcnt,
' A.V. T. Gkay, Secretary.
J. D. RoaKits, MnnttRor Chicago.
J, II. STEPiiENsIng'r Knnsas City.
A. P. HiuiNAliD, Salcninn, " "
Uoomt el and esKanaaa City Stock Yarda.
Union Stock Yordu,
, National Slock Yiuds,
7-51 Knst St. Louis, DlinoiB.
- VVashbourne Bros.,
' SAW MILL MKN, OFFER
J?I3STEJ : LUMBER
at following low pricoa:
SIJ.M ,0 tld.OI per IIMXI
B0rt 11.00 "
II. W O 1J.W
1S.00 O IJ.00 "
leia (ban 1000 Ft.
.Il.oo per loo
Stock of 200,000 foot on hand;
Tlituo Prices nro at tho mill
twenty-fiva miles southeast of
Vin'ita, and their jormaro strictly
I'lciity of grapes on Ibo market,
Dclawaro district court convened
-Don't Forgot tho Vlnila Fair
which occurs October 0, 10 and 11.
Oapt. Barrett's family now occu
py tho house owned by DickFrather.
A very pteasant pnrly was held at
Mrs. J. B. Stevens' last Friday night.
Ono of the features of tho Musko
gno fair will bo a typo sotting contest.
It Is said tlioro will be six prlvato
schools In session in the city tlila fall
Regular trains aro now run Into
Claremoro from tho south on tho K.
A A. V. road.
Ool.Wytbo and family bavo moved
to town and now occupy rooms in tho
Hob Utiilislll Is very much Improv
ed and with caro bo will soon b
A flno rain fell hero this weok
which lias cooled tho atmosphere
and laid Ihodust.
Tho colored high nchool, noar
Tahlcijuah, will bo ready for occupan
cy within six weeks.
Tho watermelon crop Ishugo, and
tho pigs and tho hoot-blacks are
enjoying 11 continued feast.
The Indian Airow has finally suc
cumbed to tho pri'Hiirc of haid times,
and tho innterial Is for sale.
The United 8Ulos court at Fort
Bmlth disposed of 002 criminal casus In
tho year ending Juno 30, lnt.
J. Milton Turner, tho colored
statosman, addroasod the Obcrokco
freedmen at Lightning creek yester
day. Tho Christian Endoavor society
wilt ro-organizo for another season's
work, at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon
Tho building cast of tbo Frisco
hotel has been comploled and will bo
occupied by J. W. Wallace as an
Tho Ladies' missionary society
will meet at the residence of Rev. Mr.
Richards, Friday afternoon of this
week at 4 o'clock.
I. B. Hitchcock and nlfo havo ta
kan positions in tho Orphan asylum,
tbo former as an instructor and tho
latter as matron.
A protracted meeting was beiun
last Monday night at Hall's Chapol on
Whitcoak. It la being conducted by
tho Rev. Williams.
Miss Washhourno'a department of
tbo public school opened Wednesday
in the upper story of the bulidltig or
cuplrd by Jt. Ironside.
John Rogers, Inst week entered a
plea of guilty to selling liquor, at Kurt
Smith, and was sentenced to sixty days
injuil and flticd $100.
Alva Butler submitted to nn ex
amination brfuro tho civil so; vlco com
mission lu St. Louis last Saturday.
He says tlioro wcro about 400 candi
dates. 55. Pumphrer, who has boon living
In W. L. Troll's house, lias takeu
moms in tho Raymond block. i-.U.
Miller will occupy tho bouse thus mado
J. W.-Sklnner has turned his ht
tontinn to mining coal near Adair.
He lias advertised for miners and ex
pects soon to hnvo a railroad built to
Worcester academy opened yester
day with a fair attendance. Tho teach
ers aro all hero and tho institution
starts out under most favorablo cir
cumstances. Dr. L. O. Ellis, dontlst, will bo at
Vinlta ten days, from September 10th
to 3Hh;nt Chouteau, September 20th
to October Olh snd at Olarcmoro from
October 10th to 18th.
Tho Vinlta fair association lias
procured half rates on tho S. Lmila
tc San Francisco, Missouri, Kansas it
Texas, and Arkansas Valloy railways
to the Vinlta fair, Oct. 0, 10 and 11.
The CrutcliQold store, recently
bought by Davis Hill 4 Co., was. clos
ed last Friday by King & Co., of St.
Louis. Mr. Hill gave bond and the
.store was opened Monday morning.
Mr. A. K. Green, brother ot our
popular merchant, G. W. Green, has
leased from Mr. Tittlo tho Frisco ho
tel property aud expects to open up a
first-class hotel as soon as necessary
repairs and alterations aro mado.
Tbo topic at tbo Thursday even
ing meeting this week will be, "Wo
man's Work." Tho good beginning
made In attendance last week will bo
kept up, it Is hoped, through tho sea
son. All aro requested to contributo
by texts, otc, to tho succoas of the
Last Monday whllo hauling a load
of hay on Rlgcreok, Cnosar Smith and
a sou (colored) wero struck by light
ning and both Instantly killed. Tho
hay was consumed but by great exer
tion llio bodies wero saved from tho
Tourists' round trip tickets to Pu
eblo, Colorado Springs and Denver aro
on sale over the M., K. it T. road at
t30.25, good to return until
31. Train leaving hero at 10:31 a. in.
arrives at Fuoblo noxt day at noon;
Colorado Springs at 1:40 p, m.j Denver
at 3:40 p. in.
Therowlll bo a camp-meellug on
Mingo crcok, noar Mingo station on
thn Frisco ruaduinmcnciugThursday,
Sept. 6th, aud continuing over the
Sabbatb.conducted by tho M.IC. church
es or Tulsa Oatoosa and Springtown.
Ainplo accommodations for all lu case
of storm. Reva. G. W.Mowbray.G.E
Monison and Wosley Tiger, pastors
For tho St. Louis Exposition tbo
M., K. it T. oilers tickets to St. Louis
and ruturn at ono and ono-third fare,
sale confined to Sept. 2, 5,0, 12, 10, 10,
23, 0, 30, Oct. 3, 14 and 17, and good to
return fivo days from data of sale.
For tho St. Louis fair, tickets may bo
bad at one laro for the round trip, on
Oct. 4th to Utli, Inclusive, limited for
return to aud Including Oct. 14th.
On account or tho Exposition lo
bo held at Ut, Louis, September 4tli to
October l-'ih, tho Frisco will sell ex.
elusion tickets fioin Vinlta to St. Lou
Is as follows: Soil on September 2, 6,
I), 12, 10, 10, 23, 20, 30 and Octobor 3rd.
all tickets limited fi tfaye from dalo of
sale, for ono and one-third faro ($15.30)
and on October Mb, limited to Octo
bor 11th for one faro (f 11.45.) On Oc
tober 14 anilU, limited llvo days. lor.
I ono mid une- third (are, (15,30.)
Mm. Will 8trn j w In tin eltrili reft
part otthb week. v
-rtev. J. K. Wolfe .lift lilt Thnndiy for
Henry Ilallard spent a few days In South
wait City hit week. ,
Mr. O. A. t'ommlm la tlilllng frltndi
In Vinlta this week.
J. II. Dreir, ofChelioa; spent lait Sunday
flailing hit folks In tlila city
nits Emma fleck deputed for Fort (lib
aon Monday, to open bet school.
O. W. Oreeq la In St. I.onli bnytng fall
fall and winter atock of mercViandlte.
Motby Woodton cams In from the eait
Snnday and spent a ahorl tlm In Vinlta
Col. It. If Hubbard and wife oome In
fromAfton Uit8unday.. They were ou their
way to Wagoner.
III11 Julia IJarrltt and her brother Earn
eit will go to Waiblngton, I) C, to attend
achool .his winter.
Cnramlitlnner J W. Wallace returned
from Tahleijuah Menday nlgbt, accompanied
by John h. Adair, Jr., who will act at clerk,
t. It. llltehsock and wire, lllttea Min
nie Oreennay and I.jrdlu Keyet left lilt Satur
day ulght tor the Option asylum, which opened
TTm. It. Iladgett returned from St. Lonlt
8ti.day, baring spent the entire week In that
city buying goods for the Skinner, Itatctlff ft
Mrs. Jobn Miller, with her daughter.Mri,
Dr. Iligby and the children lift Friday nlgbt
for a Tlilt to their old home In Mlttonrl. Ilr.
Iligby accompanied them as far as Sedalla.
A gentle yet refreshing rain here Sunday
-Mlit Maude Clark spent the z7th Tliltlng
friends In ririoni.
Mill Hon Skinner went to Vinlta on the
Saturday evening train to spend Snmlay.
Urt. Thompson, of Vinlta, paid a villi to
her titter, Mra. J. W. Skluner, on the 37tb.
Mr. I.aughley hat erected a new and com
modious dwelling on Mi farm abpnt two miles
eait of the station.
Prairie Ores hare lately dett tyed about
tto hundred tons of hayfor J. F. V'irren and
ebont thirty-Are torn for J. U. Hogan.
There wilt be preaching at the Ilelew
achool houte the third Sunday (Sept. 1.1) at
Sp. in., by Iter. Clark, of the Unlrenallsl
Mitt Viola Hogan, daughter of J. C. Ho
gau, left on the 30lh for Weatherford, Texaa,
where the will spend the next ten months In
aohool. Mlit Viola It an ettlmakle young la
dy and will be greatly rallied by her bott of
Sept. 1,1c' Vf. Jl. O
Henry Moraine and Dave Wrens Shoot
Each Other to Death.
A terrible and fatal shooting event
took place last Saturday at tho Tablnr
spring, twenly-fivo miles cast of this
city, between Henry Moraine and Dave
Givcns, in which both men sacrificed
Bad blood hail dieted betweon tho
two parties for somo time, GIvvns be
ing charged with making remarks to
tho ellect that Moraine aud his undo,
Daniel Flxley, weto liorec-thlercsi
which report reached tho cats of. the
accused and they proceeded to bunt
tip (livens and demand an explanation.
Tho tbreo men met at a blacksmith
shop near tbo spring and after a short
lutcrchango of words, drew their pis
tole and fired sovcral shots at short
run ire, every ball taking eflcct. After
both men had fallen, Moraine was
placed in a wagon but died before
reaching his home.
At this point reports differ. Flxley
is charged with seizing a hammer and
beating Givcns to death whllo bo lay
on the ground mortally wounded, and
on theso grounds be vas arrested hero
last Sunday. Mr. Fixlcy denies this
and says Givcns lived until 10 o'clock
Saturday night, and that lie (Flxley)
had nothing to do with the affair ex
cept to try and part the combatants,
Tho parties aro all while men and
MUSKOOEE COURT NOTES.
O. A. Calhoun was convicted by a
Jury, of assnult to-day and sentenced
to ten days and $50 fine.
A commltteo will sot civil cases for
a day certain; they will report Thurs
day, and llttlcanlj can know wben to
preparo for trial.
Tho grand jury was cmpannelcd
today and Instructed that this court
had cxcluslvo jurlNdictlon of larceny
cases. Judgo Farkcr gave the same
Instructions in Ills court, and Just how
theso differences will bo reconciled is
not dofliultely known.
Court convened at 8:30 yesterday
morning and the day was consumed
lu rotlue business of mlnpr impor
tance. The following parties pleaded
guilty: Jim Smith, assault, 30 daya
and $50; Mat McClaskey, larceny, six
months and $100; Kittto Brown, an
Oklahoma frail girl of fifteen years,
larceny, 0110 year at reform school at
Washington. Harry Anderson, dis
turbance, sixty days aud $50; Lewis
Lludsey, enmo crlmo and punishment;
Sam Coy, shooting cattlo, not sentenc
ed; G. W. Brunson, assault, thirty
days and J50; V. A. Kotchum, dis
turbanco, hot sentenced. '
Sept. 3, 1889.
Mrs. Ingram was a victim of mala
ria for savcral days last week.
Chetopa Democrat. Scvoral of
four sportsmen aro very much disap
pointed nn account of the strict orders
against hunting in tbo Indian Territo
ry. A test cneo la now being made In
the courts at Muskogee, and hopes are
cntortalnod that it will bo decided lu
favor of tho hunters. ,, Thowoath
cr has continued dry a little too long
for our corn aud wo aro doomed to con
tent ourselves with another short
crop. Karly corn Is not damaged
much, while a largo portion or the lata
corn will not make anything at all.
Judge I'arker passed souteuco on
fifteen prisoners at Fort Smith last
Thursday, among them being John
Trout, imauslaughter, 0 years; Sam
Brown, larceny, 0 years; James Grego
ry, larceny, 7 years; Albert Hayes, lar
ceny, 4 years; Wesley Bobbins, larce
ny, 3 years; Frank Coyburn, conspira
cy, 2 years; Joseph Hamilton, assault,
S years; Robert Cook, Joo Hampton,
Sylvester Williams and Aaron King,
larcony, 1 yoar each; William King
andCharlus Davie, Belling liquor, 18
months each; John Folland, assault,
1 year. Tho Joo Hampton mentioned,
Is tho man who stole ono ol U. W.
Green's steers a few weeks ago,
Viaitor in editorial room
wriior) you scorn to bo IniBy,
Visitor What aro you about?
Wrjtor Don't know; I'm writ
ing an editorial.
Skinner, Ratcliff & Co.
We are now receiving an im
mense stock of Dry Goods, etc.
Will tell you more about them
10 Park I'l.ff, X.T. Illy.
commltilou dealer in
Poultry and Game,
Fun, elo, etc. Conilgrunents solicited.
Keturnt Hilly. Send for reference, carda,
Cliolco Game & Poultry a Specialty
Y1KITA IHtlJtl STORK BULLLTIX.
-ralntt and Oils.
Window Gists and Putty.
Pure and fresh drugi. from which Pre
acrlptlont aro carefully compounded.
NEW LINE TO C1IICAU0.
TbroiignSlecptu'C'ars Between Calves
ton and Chicago.
On Augutt lltli,lS"9, the Mlnourl, Kaniai
A Tesaa railway, lu connection with the
Hootton A Teai Central railway and the
"llnrllnglon" Itoutu established a N'cwQnlck
Train Service with t'ullman IlulTct Sleeping
cara between Ualrcituu. Huuitou, liallai,
Sherman, Ilenlton, I'ariont, Ft. Scott, Se
dalla. St. Lonli, Hannibal and Chicago pat
lengera taking thla train Inr tho eail, which
It equipped with lianiMoine day coaches, com
fortable smoking care and free Uecllulng Ch.lr
cara (between Srdalla aud Hannibal) In addi
tion to Luxurious Pullman Duffel sleepers,
are landed In Chicago at 0:11 a. m., many
hours In advance of any other route, making
connection with eait bound morning trains on
all road 1 out of Chicago) and a corretpondlng
sating of Hint to Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland,
ritttbnrg, Philadelphia, New York, Motion
and other eaitern cltlet Ittturnlng eattem
train leaves Chicago at S. Up. in., attached lo
the,'lnrllngton"failtrtln,llie 'KII," ar
riving at atallom lu Mlnonrl and Kantas the
next morning, and day, and at Tesat points
the following day, making this absolutely the
quickest route between Chicago and the south
west. Makenomlitaknatto the route: Mlt
tourl, Kautat ft Texas, nnrllngton" llonle
snd II. AT. O. Ity. For tickets and further
Information call upon any ticket agent, Mis
souri, Kanias ft Texat railway, or addrett
II P llughet, Texai paittilger agent, Fort
Worth Texas. Uasiom Mxilikk,
Gen'l Pmiengcr and Ticket Agent.
WAMS, tOlt SU.K, I.UST. BTUAVKII, KTOI.U.t
(lUch notice, lif the character Indicated, not
exceeding imT wonix will be Inierled two
weeks nnder this heading for nrrir cknti.)
LOST, On Augott 17, between Claremore
and Dorf creek, a ladlet noiilraur, Suitable
reward for He recovery. Itav. A 1) J.ackk.
6TIIAYKU0UST0I.KX.-At lilt Delaware
iiaynicnt on Lightning crcek.one roan hone,
yeart old.brauded Uonte't nip and thonlder
collar marks n;i xeok, about Is hands high.
Will pay S3 (O reward for any Information
leadline (0 recovery or said hone. Addren,
51-i Joixfii Hill, Allne,l. T.
In tho far wosl a man advertised
for a woman "to wash, iron and
milk ono or two cows." What
does ho want his cows washed and
ironod for? Wnybaok Astonishcr,
BucLlru's Arnica Salvo.
Tho best salvo in tbo world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sorvu, Ulcers, Halt, Rheum,
Fuveraoros, Totters, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Krup
tlona. and positively euros l'ilua. or 110
pay required. It Is guaranteed to glvc-
nuricctaatiBiaction.or money reiuniioii.
l'rlee S!5 cents per box. For aalo by W,
O. Fulton A Co,
Families not. already supplied
should loose 110 tl)uo lu procuiiug a
bottle of Cliainberlalu'a Guile, Chole
ra and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is tho
only remedy that can always bo do
dondtul tipou tor bowut cumplalut lu
all ita forma. "') and 50 cent, bottle
for auto br W . U. Paltan & q.
SKINNER, RATCLIFF & CO.
Ward & Laliay,
Claremoro, I. T.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
A11 our Goods wo Guarantee
QUtlTVISITi I'll a.
Kllklh laattl ExkUltlea at TI.IU. lid Ter.
lledaeie'ir, Tharie'iyiid rrUir.Ocl.9, 10
and 11, 1KS.
The Directors of this anoclatlon bare deter
mined to make this year'a meeting the most
entertal nlng and uieful of all prevlsut) 1,000
dollars It being expended In Imiiroveineuts
on their already nianiarent aud aplendldly
equipped groandt. limy are alio determined
that there that! be ample and comfortable
quarter! for every blped.quadraped and living
thing that li either eiitemd for a premium or
comes under their care aud management for
Among the nuutnal features of the meetlag
III ha the grand llnlluon Atcanilon and Fare
chue I.eap,;3,(oi feet from the earth, and the
bridal tonne of the Cornimucbe warrior and
bladark-eil maid, a life picture oftbe pral
rlesofthe wild welt.
This association hat always been noted for
lit liberal premium Hit, aud this year It has
doubled the amount heretofore expended In
that direction. Mure money will be paid ex
hlbltora at thlt Fair than all similar anoola
tlona In tbesouthwett.
No one wllblnreaeh should fill to villi the
meeting of this anoclatlon this year, for II
will be Ibe gTandoit, greatett and best of all
previous meetings In every feature. Half fare
on alt rallroadi. For further particulars and
premium Hits aldrsn, II. II. Tuutt,
Half Rate Excursion to 31ltTrauV.ee and
On Auguitzlit loJSIh, Inclusive, the Frtico
Line will tell round trip excur.lon tickets to
Milwaukee and ri'lurn at one single fare for
the round trip, for persons to attend the tlrd
National Encampment of the U. A. U., whleh
takes placeat Milwaukee, AUKuetSMtt toSItt,
Inclusive. Children between the agce of dve
and twelve yean can purchate at half of the
excnrilon rate. Thrteexcurslontlcketscarry
you through lbs cities of St. Louis and Chica
go and are good between Chicago and Milwau
kee In either direction by rail or stesmtr.
Those tickets are geod for return between
August S3IU snd September Mh, flual limit
tfeplamber loth, all dates luclailve.
A speclsl privilege la afforded peraona hold
ing thrseexcurilen ticket! who deilre to make
a tide trip from Milwaukee, lly depoiltlns
lame with Joint agent at Milwaukee on er b-
fore September Srd. Ibe limit on audi depos
ited tickets ran be extended to oepteniburSiHb.
Iteinember the advautagra afforded by pur
chasing your tlcketa via the Frtico Due, St.
Louis and Chlrago
For lull parlicularrregariHnir rates, routes.
IlineaUiedulea. eto .call nr)oraddree the,
Dearest ticket agent Frisco LI11-. or
v n. winuer.
Uen't I'assenger Aaenl
GrocenoE k kn
IB-ULtler Sxob., CQo.o-a.,tL-CL, 3L 'Sk
X3i:.Xj - l
Have an entirely Now and Fresh Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
and respectfully Bollcit nn inspection of goods and prices.
What wo Havo in the Furniture Lino:
Bodsleads, Spring Mnttresscs, Spring Cots, Dining and Stand
Tables, Quccnswnro Safes, Cotton and Husk Maltrerscs.
. vlffV aU efyaerj7jTrnaTj(lTfaeawajejry w&y?
handle all kinds of tho colebrated John Deere
STAI'LE AND FANCY GROQEItlES.
Our stock is at nil times tho very
best and comprises everything hit
nginablo from Northern hit n pound
Bacon to tho most extravagant dol
icacics. Wo aro Headquarters on
and can Tit you up in any kind of
a Suit, from tho chunpest to tho
Without more spaco wo cannot
mention all tho other lines that wo
carry, but suffice to say Unit wo
can como as near supplying your
every want as any firm in tin
country, and when you conic we
will satisfy you of the fact.
BUTLER BROS., Chouteau, I. T.
THE L1YE STOCK MARKET OF ST.L0U13
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located at Eaat XU trfinle, 111.
Directly oppceito the city of St. Louie. Duyert
f or all docrlpUoti of LIto Block atwayalnat
tenditnre, and within Use grounds of tho Stock
Yards areaDeef Canning Company, with a
capacity for alaughterln 1,000 bead ot caUle
dally, and I'ork racking CaUtllbmenU wlta
capacity for slaughtering 12,000 hegs dally.
ISAAC II. KNOX, 1'rcsldeat
CHAS. T. JOSF.S. SudU
Chieftain Ofiico for Job Printing.
of all Kinds Bought
to Sell at Rock I'oltom Prices.-!
A SUXXKU TAC1TI05.
I At this time of year nearly everyone begins
I to think of a summer vscstlon, or sn ontlng of
some kind for a little recreation. Forthoie
wbo desire to villi the summer resortioftbe
Ent. Niagara Fallt, the White Mountain's,
Old Point Comfort, aud nnmben of othen,
there It no line whleh offera better rscllltlesor
lower ratea than tbe Burlington Itoute. If tbo
trip Is to be by way or Chicago, the Hannibal
ft St Joseph's fait vestibule trsln, "Kli,"
bssno peer) leaving Kansas City In the even
ing, the traveler takea auppcr and breakfast
on the dining car. arriving In Chicago In time
for all connections csit. if he desires logo by
lliewayofSt. Louli, ho ttavra Kanias City
after iuiuer and arrive! In St Louis for an
early brrakfast and eastern conucetlunt.
Ilothof IIimo trains are luxurious In every
respect and equipped with l'nllrusn palace
tic oping ears and frre reclining chair csn.
Fora.nort trip there Is probably no more
delightful summer retort than Spirit Lake,
low a, or one of the other countless lakes In
northern Iowa aud Ulnuesota. Here agala
the traveler Audi be caunot do better than
take tbe morning train of theK. O., St. J. ft
C II. It. U .leaving Kansas City at 11:14 a.m.
and arriving In St. Paul and Minneapolis tbe
next morning for breakfast. From tbeie
poluta ha can make direct cooueellont for
auinmerrniortt In all dlrrctlont. Thlt train
has one of Pullman's dnrtl buffet tleepluj
cers through between Kansas City and St.
I'anl. This also Is the train lo laku for Spirit
lake, but one change being made, and that
early In the eventnx into a through aleeprr to
the lake, arriving at drsllnro-n at T:1S In tbe
morning. The above trains run dally.
Write for all information, tourist rlrenlar.
elo., to II. 0. Orr, geueral southwestern pas
senger sgsnt, OCO Uslu street, Kansas City, or
A. C. Daws, .
Oeneral 1'ass. ft 'ticket Agent,
St. Joneph, Mo.
rallnisn Car Uaate te Detroit and Xt. Clemens,
Tralna leave (Dearborn Station) Chicago,
dally, via Chicago and Uraud Trunk Uallway,
for Detroit and lit Clemrns, as follons: t:V
m. snd 8:15 p in , srrlvlug In Delrult ll:lo
p 111 audTiiaa. m 1 ou theriilmerenppcrli
served In Dlnlug Cart the latttr has a new
aud elegant Pullman lluffst Sleeping Car
ntlscbtd. In wliich a nice lauth uisy be
srcurailMhtudrslreil. For Ml Clrmuue tho
8.1) ) m train is a very detlrabla one, ah
paiseugen on arrival In mitrolt have only to
sti'p from oue trnlu to auolhvr lu reach thai
polut.it c.V) s tn ibri.avp.m train pawen
;r reach Mt tltntepeat llisap. m.
This it thooulyruuieby whlib Ml. llemiii
IsrescliwllroMitho sl wllboill long itinnl.
hus transfer ludetrult.
Fur tickets or further lufurmatlon apply to
K. II IIUKhtS. U W P AKl . C. ft U. T
l!y ,looS t lam street, iMcago. tilt-
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v. .fjaaBKL'i-JepTI-4MtiBMf wgnm Ssu& - Saa- .Jli raa!
us eflBsr WVrfBaSIsnl wBb ls4au 'fjkUll xvtjc-
m H Hw Vi Hl fHI laiBaTtai'fc'fi"'y1mF f
2 k Jb rBl MlSealaraEtsMarliaV4a
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Davis Hill & Co.
Our new sloro, east Room of Raymond Block is now Full From!
floor lo Ceiling with all thn new and seasonable goods,'
The Stock Comprises.
Hats, Clothing, ;
.A.nd livovy Line is Complete.
Call upon us for any goods you may need in largo or-sraali
Quantities, Special attcuUon to Carload Goods:
IST Agents for J. & P. Coats' Throad.
Davis ETill & Co., Vinita, T.
Maoliinery, Machinery, Machinery,'
W. W. Miller & Go's., Yinita, I. T,
We havo of tho Celobratod BTJOKEYB lnaaufaoture.
They arc witliout excoption tho very best, and in tho great wheat raisV
ing sections of Montana and the North west aro
displacing nil other makes,
Wo aro still soiling with a guarantee
The Walter A. Wood Rfloweiv
ALSO TI-IE D-AIIST STA.OISER'.-
Bottor machinos than Uioho aro not manufactured. Thia is aavinf
Our "Yinita Drug Store,'
At tho old Fkazke & Thott stand, is now supplied with every
thing the trado demands. Wo take especial pains (6 KO Vv
that all our drugs aro pure nnd fresh, and physicians' proscriptions'
left with us will be lillcd carofully and with medicines contain
ing Ihoso properties which tho physician desires tc administer.
atiriuxr Tyrabi "Ciilnl&ta
dent CfeTelanirs'lMn fur tbo throo Uet
Klven to tbeee triplets, Uoltle, Ida. and Bay.
KhAt would uereu -iilili ihcm. 1 ecuicitti..!
ran .iiinj "A auiuh uiq bua uuoe
Klilflv. 1.C1I iii.v wirA un aa welt e. mer.
ihtt tbey nrv now so well." lj.rtute.1 Food,
Hum well, in4 I Kllor ihaji lariHftaB
At dniUU. CablavlpUoio.ofOiniftt
AJJttrei WEUU, tHC HAftD!, ON V C - Vuf rtsrtort. Wj
DrldlBo, Slioksm, VPlnlfm, w
and nil kinds of ranch supplies con
stantly on hand.
this lino wo havo
Lumber, Lime, Cement,
Doors, Windows, ,
Itaw and Ready mixed
Paints, Oils, Varnlshcl.'
and Champion HarvMtlnfj Machinery.'
1Wm at Hu Aurora OMinty fair, Id tttf,
drru of. Mrs. A, K Dart. IIubMHuSi, T.
vntrifcK. aaa as 1 coulu gH M (it? A
e u4 LadaSwl Fixl. It h.tid v' - u
&nil I ui!44r It Ter. laii..-t
U Ui lt ' i r oZc il. Iwt'
Ht tbry ar n., '111,-.' use lis, .'', i,V
UNa l.tLlulht niier -tttrft Why b"it W T-1
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