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S-T. LOUIS A SAN FJtAHClSCO UAILWAY,
Ex. St h. togapulpa .
Aocoinmnuaiion .... ...i a:4.1iitn.
Througn coacnee iron. 8t. ijouieto Sapulpa,
ti.iita viiuitul nitiF.UToiir.
M.H.Ohurcli onth II ll.(lreallionsepailori
jabhath ei.hool at 10:Wa. m. lreachlniral li
a.m. anil 7 p. m i prayer meeting every Wed
nesday evening, 'iommunlon aerrlce erery
rreebyterlan (Jlinrch. I). K Allen, pea
tori preaching, Snudaye at II a. m. and 7 p.
m.i Sunday tcliool at 10 a, in.) prayer muni
Inn Thuriday nUllti.
Congregational Church Her. Fayette Hard,
peitori eerrlceeeYerr Sonday at II a m. and
7p. m.i Snnday Sclioul at 10a. m.i (Jtirlitlan
Endearor Suclety, 4 p m. I'rajer meeting
mry Wednesday eeenlng.
W. C. T U.-MeeU erery Wednesday at 4
I'lllAMMIIAN l.ODQK. No II K.
of 1. Meet! every luceday evening
I in their cattle hall at 7:34 Vlilllng
1 knlghla In good atantllng Invited.
K. M. I.andrnm. 0.0.
J. 8. JleCrarr, K of It. anas.
VIJUTA I.0I1UK NO. B. A. V. A A. T.
eeteln Maionlollall the am Satur-
night before each roll moon.
Dunn Uauiit. W.at.
T. M. IlcrriNdTox, Sec.
A VII S
VINITA l.OIIUI.. NO. lo, 1. O.
O l". meeU In JImoiiIo hall on
Monday night or each week at
j. i-.bcott, u.
l'UKITY HllAlTKIt. O. K.S.,meetln Ma
ioiiIo hall Ural anil thirl 'Ihnnday In each
month at "'St) o'clock p. m
AMNIKK OLIXKeCAL., W. U.
!tinaccA SI. Swain, Seo'y
0 cents buyg n lloo Nnu cltfar.
Work alilrla nml pants at 0 ray's.
See notlco of horse ealo Saturday,
Ueorgo Davis la not ao well again.
Ilrcnkfitst cocoa at It. M. Swain's.
Clothing nt Gray's at cost for cash.
Ilurna rccorainuntls tlie lloo Kan 6
Gliolce tfroceiUs or all kliuls at It.
White llsh nml nniokorol at Geo.
The Hoo Nan clnr Is guaranteed to
be the beat.
Ailjuiltfv iroiipunco tlio lloo Nan
cltfar the best.
Straight bills of sale, short form, for
aale at this offlco.
Your wife watna yon to try a lloo
Kun 6 cent cigar.
LMncako syrup anil Iowa suramin
at Geo. Hlakunoy's.
A marked improvement in tlio
weather this week.
Forty head of horses and mules for
sale. Vi II. Prayser. 10-31
'J. II. Akin has a very good piano
vrhlcu he will Bolt nt.$12.j. 2"'tf
Kev. Clark Is holdlnis an enthusias
tic tnectlnu at Claromoro.
Good things to eat, most anythln
you want, at It. M. Spain's.
Greeley, Cjlorado, anil home tjrown
potatoeii at Geo. Illakcnoy's.
Kj M. Hwain lea'Is in low prices and
good grjctrlea. Go end see them.
A feir business lota in Vinlta for
ealo. 21 32 David Tavlur.
Tom Ilrackott is trying to aecuro a
fr.tnotilfli) for water works for this city.
rinui la at present almost au opU
tlemic f piiouiiioiil.t iu this section.
Jno. 0. Gray will .soil you clothing
at nlitilesalo oust fur tlio noxt 30 ilnjs
I-ridny evenlii);, February 2nd, la
tlio ilato ol the Ohnatian Endeavor
Applobuttcr, mince meat, maplo
Hyrup, coddsh, Galifornia dried fruits
at It. M. Hwaln's.
Tlio program which will ho glveu In
the Academy chapel Friday overling,
ia an excellent one. -
M. Frazco will loaif money on town
1 ota and farms or buy and sell. En
quire at Cobb House. SOtf
Dr. T. T. WImor and Miss Sue TiitlOiLpajmont
wore married yesterday evening, l'.ov.
At Viulta Produce and Meat market
you can certainly find something dain
ty and tempting to eat.
Misses. Itbntigera and Mary Mc
Kay, pupils at the academy, haw
been sick for bouio days.
Butter, eggs, poultry, game, oystora
and all fresh and salt meats at Vinlta
Produce and Meal market.
To luuko room for spring ixoods I
will sell overcoats and clothing at
cost for cash. Jno. C. Gray.
Miss Leila Cook will assist at tho
entertainment Friday evening. Her
playing Is highly appreciated.
Mrs. Uass has an extra nice lino of
millinery good, lato fall styles, which
alio will sell at very low pricos,
Conditional hills of sain, as approved
by the dlatrict judge, for solo at this
olllca at the rate of $1 CO per 100.
A large supply of new stationery has
just becu received at tills olllcej all or
ders lor job printing quickly llllsd.
Uo to the Vinlta Feed Yard for all
kinds of feed; free delivery wagon.
J. P, Gbkkn, Prop'i.
-Capt. Wm Howell trai down from On a
-t)f . A. W. Foreman went to Ktntai CHy
-It. 0 IUII.nl ami wlfa returned Tnenlay
lit week Ihnnlay ami Frhtay
-F. M. Conner trai down from Falrldo.1
Tnenlay. lie ( fignrlngon buying aome eat.
tie Ihli iprlng.
-Sam II lrrlne, manager of the t'attnn
tore at Caloata, waa In Monday anil went to
-I)r. I,eo. E. Ilennett. or Mnikogeo, hai
heen In theclty a number ol timet dnrlng the
put week on buitneti
-Mn. O fl. McQItuon and children hart
gone to Paris, Texat, for a vlilt with Mr
-Her. I). N. Allen hai gone to Karelia
Springe w'tri Hie hope of Improrlng hlieyee
which an weak and tore.
-Col. Jimte Taylorand hit ion, John Tay.
lor, Jr .were In theclty Tettenlay and the
former left for Wathlngton on tlia erenlng
-II. C. Ilarrltt la up from Sherman and the
family will follow In a few dtyi. They ex
pect to engage In the hotel buelneet In thla
Mr Marre, or this olnce. waa called to
Claremore Monday by a telegram announcing
theierlonilltneM of hit father bot wa able
to retnrn Tuesday
W. F. Blowers, of Attalla. Alabama,
made this nfHre a very pleasant call Monday.
The gentleman thinks of locating In this coun
try and engaging In farming.
1.0. Hall retnrne.1 last week rrom Texas
and Mrs. Hall followed him Monday. The
gentleman'a sister Is down with consumption
and recorery la not expected. Sam Hall,
who also went down, came home Sunday.
J A. Parks, a teacher last term at the
atylnm.left Monday night for Nathtllle to
take a theological conrse In Vamlerbllt unl
Terslly. Ills political tendencies were not of
the kind lo secure recognition and of conrse
faithful ap.l efficient serrlco went Tor naught
Frank Craig, on lllg Cabin near
Ulupjacknt, is very low with consump
tion and his recovery ia considered
Thomas Terrell, tlio city marshal of
Chelsea who shot Tom Crutchflelii;was
Indicted for manslaughter and yester
day gavo bond.
Tho nurseries at this place have -n
exceedingly fino lot of applo and peach
trees to oiler lo the spring trade. 8co
them heforo buying.
Ulank rental contracts for sale at
this ofiico. Contracts ol this char
aclor have been frequently asked for
and can now bo supplied,
Nnah, tho twelve year old son of
Kills Moore, on Pawpaw, died Wed
nesduy of last week and was buried
nl tho Tlmpson school house.
It in said that largo quantities of
game haa been and Is being shipped
from this country tills - season,
notwithstanding "at it is in open
violation of law.
Thoto who attend tlio entertain
ment to-morrow evening will have the
plcasuro of hearing Miss Laura Chou
teau sing a solo, and also hearing her
In a duet with Miss Graper.
J. S. Tliomnson recently sold more
goods in two consecutive days than In
any similar period slnco ho has been
in trado. It Is needless to say the
terms were "Strip payment."
The report that there was to be a
chnngo of teachers at the public school
In this city was an erroneous olio.
Mrs. S.J. Thompson and Miss Hallie
Thompson have both been reappoint-'
Mrs. M. A. Clark, president of the
W. C.T. U., requests nil members to
meet at the Presbyterian church Wed
nesday, Feb, 7th. Otllcers aro to ho
elected anil a full attendance ia de
sired. Fowler A Iteasoner, at Henderson's
livery stable, havo !5 horses, mares
and mules, 3 wagons, eight sots of har
ness, '1 saddles and 8 head of Berkshire
hogs for sale on liberal terms Strip.
If in need of any of IhU property apply
to them quick.
Last Mayor June Willla Drown stole
a horse from Wm. Martin,on Hincreolc,
and traded it to M. II, McOulIongh,
near FairUud, Mr. Martin soon prov
ed the horse and took it and last Fri
day Mr McCutloiigh came iu to seo if
he could got any trace of tho animal
lie traded In Drown, but did not suc
ceed in doing so.
J. H. Thoma?on recontly selected a
Inrgo bill of goods"to be shipped when
the wholesale merchant felt confi
dent the Strip payment was a cer
tainty, and not before," thus placing
tho responsibility upon tho seller,
Saturday a dispatch was received
stating that tho goods had been ship
ped. All things point to an early
THE TRAIN ROBBERS.
Only One in Jail -The Fate of
There Isjlttlo more to bo said of the
train robber capture eplsodotban was
known last week. Dob Rogers came
back from Ft. Smith under an $8000
bond a very few days alter ho left
hero This was, of courso, confirma
tion of the belief that ho betravod his
confedoratoa Into the hands of the
otllcers. II Is said his uncle, llvlitg In
Arkanras gavo the bond. It la pre
sumed ho will plead guilty and get off :
with a comparatively light sentence,'
Willla Drown was brought back In
a colli n Sunday morning and turned
over to hia parents who took him out
Into tho country for burial. Ho died at
k't. Smith Thursday from the ctlects
of tho shots he received lu capture
and boforo his death made n conless
Ion admitting complicity In' most if
not all the crimes charged to him,
Including the Mound Valley bank
robbery, tii robbery of the Valley
train at Seminole, and tho robbery of
the station agents at Chelsea and
"Kiowa's" name waa Turner and aa
stated ho came from Eureka, Kan.
A dispatch waa received from his folka
directing that ho be given a decent
burial and the Instructions were car
ried out Sunday morning.
Thursday evening tho box which
contained tho remains waa Blood up
agaitiBt a telegraph polo and a photo
graph taken, at tho Instance of the
Some of tho rewards oilercd will bo
paid at once but as is usually the case
when outlaws are killed, somo of those
who have ulfered them decline to pay.
Ills remarkable how each ono of the
ollicers did all tho work. First It was
limner ami Smith, with the postotllce
and railroad otllcers on tho retreat,
but as soon as they got around to the
telegraph ollicn it was largely the
other way. On tho robbers' Bide, one
of them stated that had they not been
drunk they would not havo bnen cap
tured (ft all.
It la possible they did not under
stand clearly at that tlmo that Dob
Rogers, their leader, had led them
into a trap.
01 the man now in Ft. Smith jail
nothing la known of consequence. He
went by the nameof "Dynamite Jack"
and It Is not likely was a-brotheror
even a relative of "Klowa'a."
In the fate of Willla Drown there la
n lesson to all those young men who
are forming bad habits and have not
the stamina to do right for rights'
sako alone. Last May or June this
man first became generally known as
a thief, though his conduct before was
probably not above reproach. From
that tlmo until his capture it is doubt-
lul if he over spent a night In bed with
any feeling of security. At all hours
and in all kinds of weather he and his
comrades wero on the alert, for the
olllcera wero after them almost con
tinually. No cowboy, no mail rider
on a night lino, ever worked so hard
or endured ao many hardships. What
a as hla reward? Barely enough to eat
and drink, empty pockets, despised and
feared by all men, betrayed by his
associate and death in jail from
wounds received in anpture. Had he
lived, a long term in the penitentiary
with IiIh companion in crime awaited
him. Hoys, young mon, If for a mo
ment you are ever tempted to go to
stealing for a living, put the thought
from you. Aside from its being sinful
in tho eight of God and man, it don't
NEOSHO SEED HOUSE
Established 1000 -Devoted Ex
oluslvoly to tho Sood Trado
Carries tho largest and best slock,
And can fell tame cheaper than any
house In tho southwest, 1 have In
stock and morn coming a large supply
of garden Beeda in bulk from the best
northern growers; a car load of grass
seeds, car load of notliern grown seed
corn, car load nolheru grown seed
oal, 1000 bushels seed sweet potatoes,
1000 bushels notliern grown seed pota
toes, among them . 28
TUB NSW KAHLY POTATO: FARF-HAW,
the beat early potato ever introduced.
I also hnudlo berry boxes, frlut pack
ages, Paris green, London purple and
bluo atono for spraying purposes.
Will havo In season early cabbage,
tomato, sweet potato and pansy plants
for aalo. When I aay that lean glvo
you better figures I mean Just what I
say and If you will send for my price
list I will convlnco yen of tho fact.
Address 11. W. SnxitMA.v, Neosho, Mo
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who havo not, have now the op
portunity lo try It free. Call oil tho
advertised druggist and get a trial
bottle, fice. Send your name anil ad
dress to 11. E. Bticklcn A Co., Chicago,
and get a sample box of Dr. King's
new life pills frco, aa well aa a copy of
guido to health and' household I in
structor, free. All of which Is guar
anteed to do you good and cast you
nothing. A. W. Foreman, druggist.
Soo tho World'n Fair for 16 cts.
Upon receipt of your address and
fifteen cents in postage stamps wo will
mall you prepaid our Souvenir Port
folio of the World's Columbian Ex
position; the regular price is fifty
cents, but as wo want yon to have
ono, we maki tho price nominal. You
will find It a work ol art nud a thing
to be prized. It contains full page
vlefs of the great buildings, with de
scriptions of same, and ia executed in
highest style ol art. If not satisfied
with it, after you get It, wo will refund
tho stamps and let you keop the book.
Address II. E. Bucklen it Co., Chicago,
Patronize Home Industry.
ARE NOW OPEN.
Soda Water of All Kinds,
Carbonated Seltzer Water
(For Tnbto Ubo,)
Hot Soda and Chocolate
Very Popular BraakfaefDrlnk,
Sherry & Blackberry Wine,
All Goods IVade From
Strictly Pure Sugar
And Fruit Juices I
300 DOZEN QUARTS A DAY!
Trado of Surrounding Towqs Solicited.
'-.y-y. r w v ' y :yi
HY NOT have MusfeM
your homes? .Wo can,
furnish you Musical In
struments of all kinds '
Harp, Vcconlcons, Violins
Banjos, fJultarn, wc all
of them at bottom prices. ,
FWrlte for our Illustrated Catalogue of'!
hMuricnl Merchandise, describing com-;
E.plete line, mailed free to any address.,;
(Jacob Trilby Si Bona, CnlTi-ytillo, Kant. ,
7Watches,Jewclry, Stationery .Toys, Etc. i
' . - . ?.. --- -. - - --r - ;?-
I liavo opened a houso
for tho snlu of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Tho Strip bonds sold nt Inst, good
tlnicsnt liiind and you will find tlio
best stock of drugs, pnluts, oils, viirn
lshcs, notions, lilrtlulity presents,
Jewelry, vnleutluus, etc; etc; nt,
yours to plcuso, Henry Hlckox, Fulr-
land, I. T.
There will bo a meeting of tho Med
ical Examining board ol the Northern
Judicial dlatrict nt Claremore on Fob,
lat and 2nd, 1601. St
-i.i i i n . ,
A thirty dollar muslo" box plnyliitr
10 tunes will bo ulvuii to somo person,
ntllcniry lllokox's driitf store, Fair
lnnd, l.T. A froa ticket goes with
ovory dollar's: worth of goods yon
fllthcr buy or pity on jour account.
Call In nuil see us.
Edwin Adams, gonoral freight agent
of tho M., K. iScT., waa down Tucaday
to look Into the matter "of tho appli
cation or tho Vinlta bottling works
for permission to erect a building on
tho right of way nt tho old well, near
tho stock yards, Tho gentleman will
make a favorable report autfa build
ing will doubtless bo put up as quickly
l.aal wock a run away team caught
tho end of I). 8. Michael's 'wagon and
smashed it. Tuesday as his boy waa
driving across the M., K. A. T. tracks
with a load of baled hay the en
gineer backed the forward end of a
train, tncouphup where the crossing
had been cut, and caught the hind
wheels ol tho wagon, demolishing the
rear end of it. Tho driver and the
team oscaped injury.
Ad Ablo Looturoaa,
The ladles of the V. O. T. U. have
arranged for a lecturo to bo delivered
Feb.Sth at the Baptist church by Mrs.
Clara 0. HoUuian. Mrs. W. W. Mil-
ler, who hoard tho lady in Chicago a
few months since, speaks in uuquall
fled terms of tho lady's ability and
the Interest shoawakens,and glvos as
aurance that her hearers will all ho
pleasod. A Olarkavlllo, Mo., paper
says: 'Mrs. Hoffman la a woman
whoso wltticisma will make you laugh;
whose oloso annalytlcal argument will
make you think, and whoco sincerity
and honesty, whatever your opinion
of her came, will com in and your re
aped and esteom. Her effort hero was
a masterpiece. ,
A Buro Ouro for Piloo.
Itching piles are known by moisture
like porsplratlou, causing intense Itch
ing when warm. This form as well as
blind, bleeding or protruding, yield at
once In Or. Bosanko'M pile remedy,
which acts directly on parts alleclcd,
absorbs tumors, nllaye itching and
fleets a permanent cure, 60 cts.
Druggists or mail, Clreul
Dr, BosatikQ, Phlladelri
by A. W. Foreman, dru
-Wm. Howell la till on the atek lilt but
llaalneta teeuii to be gettlnf belter ilowlr
IHJn'l we !ito a anowt anil lau't fourteen
below xero prettjr oolJJ
3, 1,. lUlnejr liaa the grippal aaja that It
lionlil be apalleU with big "a."
We taw Nat l'errjr of Cowakln prairie In
town lait wrck looking at nne aa ntaal.
-Nnw that the Hotter gang la captured, let
Mr llrunrr go for h Daltone at.il then we
t. Ij. Ittlnty oM forty tarkeyi toJ.E.
MIIU thla wrek whlcb averaged tl pounila a
heaili beat It. who can.
Will ileCuUougli haa completed hla courie
lu the builnata college at Ft. Smith toil la
now ready furbutlneia.
.-O W.Teel, M. D.,laa little batter with
the grlpe, and If nothing bappena will be
rraily for builneti by the latt of the week.
Among the pleaiant face that greeted
na Monday were thou ot Dr. O. J. Dyrd, or
the north aide and Hipry KeltTer or the aoutb
One thing we have to aay la, notwlth
atantllng the big anow, hay cn,e In toahlp
all the tlmo, which abowa the vim ofoor
J. F. Scott haa aerrred hla connection aa
manager with Wm Riley, and la now rnitl
eating after till long and fatthrnl serf Ice be
hind the counter.
Henry Hlckox aaya lait weeka'buelneM
juitlded him In taking a buggy ride Sunday
behind Sam Amer spotted team to eee the
Uncle John Slmmi la getting well again
after.hla long alrge ofpneumonla. BoliW
T. Maioniln fact, Dr. Ford aaya Ifthlngago
on Ihna for a few weeka longer, all the doc
tore will have to make an aailgnment for the
bentllt of their familial. r
We would Ilka lo know If anyone could
tell m why alflhe courti In the territory
were put on the aontb aide, while the great
balk of population and builnraa la done In
the Cherokee nation and on the north aide at
.NOTICE TO J.U0.TKD CITIZENS.
ITISTS. (Oil HALi:, LOST, HTIUTKD, STOLES
tEach notice, of the character Indicated, not
exceeding Fifty Wordu, will be Inierte-t two
weeka under thla beading Tor Fifty centa.
I.T. , one aorrel mare mule about 13 hande
high, wart on right ear) alio one brown hor.e
male about It handa high) both mulea will be
Syraraold In the iprliiK aid reward lor cor
rect Information W L.Curnutt.Eigle.I.T.
STILVTS-nunnlng at n A. I'rather'a place
near the fair grounda In thli city, are two
teera two year old In the iprlng. one a line
back with red head the olher-cream colored,
crop and underblt In lelt en ipllt In right ear
Owner will pleaie come and get them and pay
STltATED From near Klnnlion, one bay
horie.l31-Shend high, Syeara old, branded
halfclrcle Von rlvhl ehonlder. tear on left)
three ahora on Lait iren at Sam rorrv'a
Liberal reward for correct Information.
M-W Clielopa. Kan,
l'UIII.IC SALK-Satnrdav. Feb. 3, on the
atrertaof Vinlta: Sdrlrlngmarra 7yearioldi
1 Ilambletonlan bone colli I pacing mare 3
eara oldi 1 brood marei all blooded itock.
iteaionabi time on good paper) fair diiconut
STRAYED Oil STOLEX-Frlday, Jan. "fltta.
'01, one black hone, 14 1-8 handa high, 7 to 8
yeara old, lump In right flank, taddle markii
alio one brown hone. IS 1-t handa high. 7
yeara old, In Urayaon Wllla' brand, halfclr
cle cron, on right abouliler. $10 reward ror
correct Information. John Elllaon, Vinlta,
. R ..
v 0 v
Vinita Real Estate Agency,
D. M, MARBS&Co.
for Sale, Kent or
In the McGLELLAN BLOCK
East Side of Track.
These goods havo been
SKINNER s MTCL1FF
Have too much Underwear on hand, and
arc oirig: to sell it out at
PRICES . "
Until the stock is reduced.
W. W. BRTAK,
Kd&1 OLARUfORS, 1X0, TaS.
mmi' ""- in i"ii.ii ami
AENTlHTKY Practiced InalliteeW.
J tails by
OIIAS. W, DAY D, D. 81
rcrwsHCMly Located tX TMia, I.T.
Ofllco' in now rattan bulldlsg, bek
of Drs. Fortner & Bagby. dee 8
Big, Little, Old and Young.
AND GET CHOICE!
SKINNER & RATCLIFF.
RIGHT IN THE PUSH 11
I 151 H I
There will be meeting of the wblte adopted
cltltenaln Vlnllaon the 16th day of Feb,, ltl,
for the purpoie of attending lo Important
bnilnen. All adoptid cltliena are Invited to
attend. Wm Jackiox,
l'reildent While Ad.optedCllliena Aiioclatlon,
Buolclon'a Arnloa, Salve.
Tho best salve ia the world for cuts,
brultes, sores, Hirers, sail rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It la guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded,
I'rlco 23 conts per bog; fur sale by A,
Fore iu an.
List of property
Ono lot In the southeast
town, at a bargain.
A 700-acre farm 5 miles enBt ol town
for sale at it bargain.
Avery desirable business lot 50x150
feet, fronting Illinois avenue, fo: sale.
Two good resident iota on Illinois
avenue, sliu 180300 feet fur sale. I'rlco
A profitable business in Vinlta for
sale. Particulars at Ylitlta Keal Estate
A three-acre Improvement near the
fairgrouuds can bo bought cheap for
cash. Vinlta Heal Estate Co.
A 2 room house and or 3 acres
choice land for gardenlug purposes, lu
mile of depots, for rent at (8 per
month in advance.
A comfortablo two room dwelling in
south part of town with bars and
other conveniences, for rent at $7.50
per month in advance.
For rent, a farm ol 100 acres, and a
quantity of farm machinery for sale
with it on easy terms. Land In excel
lent condition for sowing a fall wheat
crop. Apply lit once. More land if
23 lots 60x150 and 60x170 In "Wal
nut Urovo" (Itaymonds's block) just
west ol too uuouteau leBtdence
Prices and terms to suit purchasers
uuuu yoqrsen a uome aim cease pay
A farm of over ICO acres In cultiva
tion, two dwelirng houses, orchard,
abundanco of line timber, a very de
sirable place, 14 miles voutheast oi
this city on Cabin Creek, near Grand
rlvor, would sell or exchange lor city
property, or farm near Vinlta.
OOK'S BOOK - STORD
And see the
Tbe finest line In theclty.
Also examine our stock of
Books, Magazines, Teachers' Bi
bles, photo Albums.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
East of U. It. track, - Vinita, I. T.
-In n Very-
-And will be-
Everything fresh and clean.
To buy Groceries and Pro
visions is a question that
presents itself to ovory fam
ily in tho country.
A. B. NICHOLS'
J. 8, TH0MR80N
Has opened one of the Finest
and Most Extensive Lines of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Hats.
' THIS TOWN EVER SAW.
Near the meat markets, is
the best place in Vinita.
'Gus is determined to please
in ovory respect.
Ho makes it a point to keep
at all times anil if you want
Take no Substitute for
Royal Baking Powder.
It is Absolutely Pure.
AUtiwM contain alum or ammonia
or Vegetables this is the
pi a co to And them.
Highest Prices fer Pretlucar
F. W. WOEHLER,
Watchmaker and Jewilsr,
May be found it
FOREMAN'S BKUQ STORE,
Come in and ets Figure,
Groceries and Provisions
A fine Line
TAR. a. A. WATERS,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Ofiico in Now Potion Building,
Vinita, - Ind. Tek.
PORTSEK k KAUKY,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
now Patton building, ap
PRICES are an object with the people. This is
the house that brought low prices to Vinita.
Bed Rock has not been reached; the sounding pole
is out and we expect to touch bottom
If we haven't what you
want, will send for it.
rn. a. m. oIjIhksoalbs,
PHYSICIAN a!?d SURGEON,
VINITA. 1. T.
OOce nil atalra In Rarmonil bnllillnfc'. Real
tlene-between the two ehaiebea, at Ibe Dr,
l'llea and other Keetal tronblea seneclaltr.
ryr r. iuy.nls, 827
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vi.niTjV, - I. T.
Calls promptly attended tonight
I1AHLLS II. MASON,
(Late V. a Coromliiloner at Vinlta,)
VHTITA, ... JITS.XEZi.
And eommlitloner ol tho U. S. court ofclatma
to take testimony to be med In that conrt.
Oftlce oi(V T. r. Thomoion'a atore. aame
roem med br me aa V. 8. conmlnloner.
P M. SMITH, 10 10
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTAHY PUBLIC, LOANB30KER.
Sureial attention Klfen cteen to trial of anlta .
Afvraji read to anewer roar qaeatlons and
reple tojonr In-plrlei.
VINITA, I. T.
Office In Opera Unld'tr. :
TT II. 1IUIIIIAK1),
..Xftcn. CUsrofcOJji i7o.tlo.il. Xn.S. 'Srr.
Practlcea In trie U. 8. cooita Tor tbe Indian
Termor, alto makea a aneclallr of eaiea be
fore the uepartmenta, eoarta and eontreia of
tb" United 8tate:at Washington,. D. C In
whlth clalmante to "common uie anil ben
efit" of the landa and tbe "national fonda"
leenrrd br treatlea to tbe whole Uheroker peo
ple are Intereated. Will appear be Tore the
ecretarr of the Interior In eaiea of anr of
Ihoae person! wllo hate occupied ImproTa
menta made prior to An. ll,18Mfl, appralaed
under the act or March Jrd, isuj. and claim to
be Cherokeei. Correpondence lollclted.
D. I. ELLIOTT,
Txyox Creole, - - - Zs.d. Tor.
All legal papers drawn and acknowledged.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
Can come aa near making tbe money ont ot
a nam account ae any man in toe jnuian Ter
CHAS. A. MORRIS,
Makea a ipeclaltr of
J-Ccmout Work and Buildog ClsUrqs .
Referencea. It. n Taylor, T. F. Thompaon,
Jno. Wearer, Jno. Uhandler, Dr. O. Ilagbr,
Darla Hill, Mra. Dopree. all or Vinlta.
a a a a
Patronize the Photog
rapher that is reliable
prompt and makes the
finest finished photo
graphs made in the In
JOHN L. WALKER
liaa located permanently In thla city (between
the meal market!) and la prepared to do all
SuDSDiltMog I Sewing Machine Work
nborlnc and atocklng gnna a apeelalty . Many
aewlns maeblnea are thrown aald which at
trifling cottconld ho put In perfect condition.
83-Koys' Fitted to ALL LOCK8.-d388
Vinlta, Ind. Ter.,
Re?imied work after tbe holiday
vacation, iuesuay, Jan. a, 18U4.
Tho new brick cottage used as
a girls' dormitory and boarding
house greatly increases the accom
modations of tho boarding depart
Instruction given in
Classical, ScIpatlHo aad EaclUk
0"Creftlt tUH9 tta Va
Ke alt Wk WMtMUel,
We are always Stocked up on
And the employment of an experienced
watchmaker gives us one more .depart
ment. Fine Watches Carefully Repaired,
Rev. Fayette Hurd, Ph, D.,
Pttrinizi Hum Mtutry!
Trees, Vine, Shrubbery,
Plants, Etc. m
Our treed aro grown and trained
with low heads especially adapt
ed to this western country. W
do our own grafting and VHtdtiitkfj,
anu consequently know that our
tre are true to nm, Our tt.
sortment of apple and pah', 'wow
being grown for U14 fall IradU U
complete, Whan in ih oitjr vioi
Uwi nuriwrie kud inpot mt fotk
wi mMRr of growiof, and tmmf
hp plM your ordoc fa tail "U
Writ tor PH Mat.
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