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Vinita, Ind. Tkii., Auo. 2, 1891.
Local Railroad Tirao Tablos.
JlH3oUllt, KANSAS A TKXAS.
No I, I. H. A I'. Hiimif .
No. 1. llannllialSt.U. AT. Kx .. .
No. ST, Freight ami Accommodation
3 M in
n;w i m
1 iio p m
' M!II NORTH.
Ml , Mo. K ATaeeraea ...
la. I, ra. . I.. A Hannibal Kx
No M, freight am) accommodation
,T. I.O0I8 A SAN ritASUISCO RAILWAY.
Kx 81 I. toSiul
Annua. I di-aiit
1:50pm, I 1.2.m.
....' ... ililMm.
St. l.oali sxnreis .
Thrown coachea from 8
TIMTA CllUUtU DIUt-CTUUr.
i( K.Uiimch loath-ll.U.areallionae iaelori
tabliath eeliool at 10.00 a. in. I preaching-at It
.m anil7p.m prayer meeting eery Vel
n eider erenlng !ommunlon aarvlco etery
rreebyterian unurcn 3 i. mncii.
l.n nraaehlna-. Hnnileye at II a. m. and
m. ana 7 l.
m.i Hnndar school alius
ra. prayer meet
Congregational tnurcn mi. rj ..
ii. m.iSonJir School at 10 a. ra.t Christian
ti,i.or aoclttr. 4 p m.i l'rayer meeting
rery iveaneiaay ninmn.
t,.ti hnrih ltv A. Carlln.
Preaching at 11 a. m andT:S0i ri Hunilay
aehool iO a. m I'rayor meeting (VeJncaOay
IV. U. T V. Meeta erery Wedneeday at i
'clock, p m.
1MIIALPHIAN LODGE, No. 11. K.
of 1'. Meeta afery 'lnradar erenlng
In their eaatte hall at 7i3U Vlaltlng
I knights In good atandlng Invited.
K. M. I.endrnm, O. 0.
J S McCrary, K of It. and 8.
A VIKITALODQENO S,
.$-Meete In Maionlo Hall
KX third Saturday night In e
A Will meet ererySatnrd
month ending April II, lent .
VIKITALODQENO S, A.r A A.M.
ii me urai ami
i each month
rHatnrday during the
montnenaing jipni ii, idi'i ,
ULITKll IHUBT, IT
11 Ilurrmnios, ace.
VINITA LOUUK. NO U. I O.
O K,, meeta In Maaonlohall on
Mnnciiiv nlorht of n.rh week at
'Aiwilr'V 7 .10 o'clork .
W.S.CnOCXKTT, N O.
A. 11 Cook, Seo'y.
1 rtlUITY ClIAlTKIt, O. 25. 8., meeta In Ma
aonlo hall drat and third Tbnraday In each
month at 7:10 o'clock p. m
ANXIkK OMNKSCAt.il, W. M.
ScacccA M. Swaix, Seo'y.
WOODMAN OC THE WOULD, meet sec
ond and fourth Thnradaya In each month In
W. W. Wahd, 0. O.
J S Davkntoiit, Clerk.
Miller kcups furniture
investigate Ironsido's coat salo.
Tho seroriatlers were out Tuesday
Mouuy to loan on loot; or short time.
J. Ooro. -J'-Cl
Tho city cooler wa about full circus
I J-; .nlRht.
Ooal oil for 15c per Ballon at 11. M.
Nice dress clialllcs 3c. E.T.Iron
Crocliot cottou, Co por Call at It. M.
Ham Leforco has built a bouse in
this town. '
Want n now bedroom set? Uall at
T"lie Southwest City fair occurs Sep
tember 0,7, 8.
Millet seed at Cuarlesworth & Buf-
Tho merry-co-round was well patro
nized circus day.
Wanted, a load or two of good bay ;
enquire at this offlco.
5 will buy a wafou load of goods at
, Furniture bought at V. W. Miller's
, is bought right. -
A Catholic church is going to be
erected In this town,
ritar aud hoso shoo tobacco 40c per
pound at Swain's,
Miss lllancho Ileaden is lending
Ullo elUciont aid in the bank.
House, lots and farms for sal? 'jy M.
lrar.00. at Cobb house.
It is absolutely surprising the price
queepswaro Is sold afby Ironside.
l,eo Uarratt has tho best shooulakor
Ter in the country.
Mr. Mitchell, of Sallno district, has
bought Sam I.eforce's prairie place.
Fine lot of high giado glassware just
recoived by 11. M. Swain.
Several of the boys wero "short
ctiaDgcd" at tho circus Monday night
Uharlesworth aud llulllugton ara
headquarters for farm Implements.
Hardware, stovos, tlnwaro aro found
In endless quantity at W. V. Miller's.
1Vs nitlinl.a la lti.lf.ttnr. m itnmfnvi-
rVtable dwelling on bis farm noar Locust
An adjourned term of the Cooweo
coooweo district court wilt be held
Ad Itoach received a fine registered
Poland China hog Saturday from some
breeder In Kansas.
J. L. Oantrell threshed 25 bushols
of wheat per aero irom a field of 100
acres on Horse crook.
White dress goods and summor nov
elties at lowost kind of prices to bo
fouud at It. M. Swain's.
Hardware and stoves; 13. T, Ironside
Is strictly in tho trado as some of tho
sleepy ones will ilud out.
Mrs. (jonnnu Thompson, tho aunt
of 'Mrs. Anderson, is vory sick at her
home In ltussvllvlllc, Ark,
Uoutlumuu desiring a stylish, wo 1 1
raude, boot or shoo should look at the
worx of Loo Uerrott's shop.
Onu negro shot and killed another at
wagoner juonaay ovenmg, "about a
girl," and made his oscapo.
A disturbance occurred at Ulurjacket
8uuday in which Flncham, tho black
smith, was cut by W. B. Malpnoy,
Look over tho First National llank
advertisement on pngo one and seo
what is thought of Itscoudition by a
'St. Louis bank president.
For tho annual eucampuiont of
Knights of 1'ythlas at Washington, 1).
If C.ort August, tho Santa Fa will not
h restrict passengers holding return
i'J uortlon nf Knishts of Pvthlua tlckota
If Ia tftlnrn rnrtalVl ftnlni,. fYnm Cllilpiitfn
jt of St. Louis, but will honor such tick
ets any day or train up to flnal limit,
Moral; Patronize the Santa Fo.
L, 0, Kills, dentist, will bo at
rryor ureun-juiy i-vin to August
5y Ad!f-Augos-i 12th to 23tb,
Ohelna--AuBn-it 2r3th to Uantemlicr
9ih, " r JSKroa
lll ll I II llll l I I
Many Summor Vnoatlons Our
Frtonda and Visitors.
I)r Wlmer and wife ipent Balnrday at the
Iiaao Mods returned tail week from an ex
tended Tlalt to Columbia, Mo.
I II. Hitchcock hai gone to IlateeClty.Mo ,
to Tlalt his eon, Dr. Hitchcock
Bland Suagee, from Delaware court home,
was our Monday to aee the show.
Mra. Frona Ilarrett and daughter Iicaile,
and Mlia Little Clark are at Eureka.
It. A. Abney and Weed Dawton, ol Arton,
were In Toe-day attending a law ault.
C W. Toole and wife were among the vie
Hora who were In from Chelaea Monday.
Kou Shackleford and hla aliler-ln-law,
tllta Carrie Archer, were In the city Monday.
Utorge lurpenlng and wife, or I'ralrle
a rote, Ark., were tltltlhg frlenda hr this
J O, Hall left for Georgia last eronlng to
beabtenl ten daya. Ilia family will return
-Mlaa May Hall, W. N. Sttnnett'a niece,
went home to-Taraona Monday night, after a
Jaa. A Alfrey and C.I). Unnter, Jr., of
Slloam Springe, came up Monday to look at
aome 'farms In ttila aeotlon, with a view of
S-JIm Chandler "had not heardof the ahow"
bdt he got hero Monday In time to take It all
In.jnattbe tame. Htrauge what good luck
befalls soma people.
John E. Hall, of New Orleana, con
nected with a prominent commlialon hoo.ee
In that city and alao one at St. Louis, waa
hero aereral daya recently.
A bouncing boy baby arrived at tho
homo of postmastor Calloway Satur
day morning; motlici aud babo doing
Tito wife of Mell Arms, living on
Ned CliRtnberlln's place, had her
pocket cut open Monday and (SO
I). Hicks, cast of tho track, docs all
alasies of blacksmilhing and horse
shoeing properly and at reasonable
All summer dress goods and clothing
at K, T. Ironside's must go their
room is wanted; will bo sold at cost
Well, wo mrrried tho wrong man
last week. It is always safer to give
tho reporter particulars than to leavo
him to guess them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Davenport
entertained a number of tholr young
frlonds last Saturday evening In a
Or, E. I). l'rajior has about deter
mined to raovo to town and would buy
an improved lot il one was oflered
ono having trees, Ac.
Quecnswarel Sold cheaper at K. T.
Ironside's than this country ever
dreamed of. Thtnk of a full size wnsh
bowl aqd pitcher for 85c.
Mrs. ironsido has a first-class dress
maker ct the oast door of her store
building. Tho icdfe-. aro invited to
call and examine bur work.
An announcement of the Columbia
colUgo of muBlc and oratory appears in
this issue and is worthy of considera
tion by our young people.
Ladies desiring first-class mlllinory
nr a sty llsh, perfect-fitting dress should
call on Mrs. W. A. Bowman, etat door
of I". T. Ironside's building.
U. L. Naylor lost soveral hundred
dollars recently by tho robbery of one
of his agents. The agent has been
arretted, as tho robbery story Is
Wm. Llltlo sold nouid 160 pound
cattlo in St. Louis last week at 3.j.
Dr. Frailer had Bomo about tho same
tlmo weighing a thousand which
brought $2C5,but they were somewhat
Tho colored people will hold a threo
days' emancipation cplpbration at
Island Ford beginning next Tuesday.
S. 8. Stephens of this town has accept
ep an invitation to deliver an address
on that occasion.
W. K, Halsell Is preparing to ercot a
building at Claromore, part of which
can be easily converted into a room lor
a bank, and two partial aro consider
ing tho prospects of opening bucIi an
One of tho Childcrs boys cut Qoorgo
Marshal at Wagoner Monday,and very
severely, because, he said, the latter
had been accusing bim of stealing
hogs, Hotli parties live upon Verdi
gris, west of Wagoner.
Mrs. Pease, n first-class dressmaker
from Kansas City, will bo at Mrs.
Ohoutoau's after the 13th, She comes
highly recommended by Miss Tlrrel
who was with mo last winter. Leavo
your orders with mo. Your patronage
solicited. Mrs. Wm. Chouteau.
What causes bad droams Is a ques
tion that has never been satisfactorily
answered; but, in nlno cases oat of ten,
frightful dreams aro the result o( im
perfect digestion, which a low doses of
Aycr's Sarsaparilla will eflectually
romedy. Don't delay try it to-day.
If auyone finds a number ol sheets of
paper filled with hieroglyphics it is not
worth whllo to Bend them to tho arch
rcoldgical society to bo deciphered.
Thoy aro probably Tin: Cuieftai.v re
porter's notos takon at tho Pryor Creek
picnic last week, which were lost and
aro now ont of data,
Vfaita has some things to be proud
of; it wVts tho only town in tho nation
whoro pnbllo sentiment was strong
enough during tho payments to pre
vent tho gambling games Irom running
aud (his too in tho face, of the fact that
part of tho city government had de
termined in tho gamblers' favor.
Willlu Tiger, a graduate of Carlisle
indian school, has gono to Arkansas
City to stand an examination for a po-
I sltion as teacher in ono of tho govern
ment schools. Onpt. Pratt of tho Insti
tution named, has taken quite an
Interest in this boy and to this fact is
to bo attributed his prospective good
Mr. Wm. Campion, the husband of
Mr.Mllford's sister,who was hero somo
months ago on hla way to California,
died at his homo In Minnesota last
wrok, of consumption, Ho had a so
vero attack of tho gnp somo years slnco
and never got well. A wife aud foar
children, most of the latter being
A (arm for salo 10 mllos from Vlulta
on Cloar creek, 300 acres fenced, 250
broken, 700 acres ln'-hody, COO nice
apple trees, two splendid wills ol
water and. good spring, good dwell
ing, 9 room b, with ulco cellar and good
barn, This fin farm Is offered for
11600 cssli. Q'all af this offlc and
laarn-moro of It. ,7
MOT WfcATHKllhashad a decid
cdly bad crtuct upon tho Balltio
district folks and four or five difficul
ties bavo orcttrod within the last two
or threo weeks in which two or mote
persons have been killed and several
severely wounded. Tlio supremo judge
of the nation la reported to ha m raised
a muss In his brother s store aud got
severely beaten up for It.
lwl SOU I
,VY KVL'NING J. T. Dick-
got in from tiio north for
the first time in it imiilli or more.
His company, Iho Wabnah, had a
great many tralim ol cattlo caught in
tho ntrlkd and it took not a little ellorl
and tltno to rut Ihctn.oul of troublo.
In ono citso Mr. Dlrkson chartero.) u
atenmi'r and moved n. Iir amount of
stock down tho river in this manlier.
yflllLF. J. T. fALUOT, thu M ,lv.
W A T. night operator, was load
ing haggagi, express, otc , upon the
north-bound train Mdutl.iy nlghl,
someone got into the depot by tho hack
window, broke tho luoueydrawer open
and stole $I0.C-" Thu platform was full
ol peoplu, but no ono saw tho robbury,
as all were upon tho other aids of the
dopot. This was whllo the circus was
ftFLEM HAYDKN.at Ohbutoau, had
y a rather Interior yl)ld- of oats
last year. 'Ho plowod tlitjilubble. In
tending to sow the ground in wheat,
but when ho got ready ttero was a
good stand of volunteer oaw. Holelt
thorn and this year had t lit best crop
of oats therefrom lit his experience.
The 'gentleman threshed between
eight and nlno thousand bushels of
grain this season -not fur hejilud Clctn
A DIM, Did daughter dV Andrew
tsl Tarrant, aged uiiiotoun years,
died in this city Tuesday llernoon
aud tho remains were shipped io Wobb
City that night. Tho yoilag lady
graduated this summor and the hard
study left her in a vory dellc. to state
of health; her death was attr butod to
an exnau9tlon of the norvo coalers, ac
companied by fovor. She wasu sweet
tempered, christian lady and lilr death
at such an age Is especially tb bore
tMOK SOME YE A US Pryor, Creek
1 has regularly held n picnic and
barbecuo and every season thAattcu
dauco increases. Last week! there
wero many moro persons di the
ground than ever beforo and thtuvent
was a very pleasant ono. Theie was
no political significance attached to
tho mcotiug just a picnic. TlmUftou
band was present, as on th
provious, and what with tholr
and that of the merry-go-round
was no lack of entertainment I
direction. Harbecued moat nnd
for all was provided both days,
great many families opened
baskets to thoso who had none,
was soma sseakint but it was ccrioral
in Its character 'and calculated to
nlcASfi fill. i
CIRCUS lMi" has como and
VV nnd nnvf in tlin itri.nl Phir,y.i
payment it brought moro people tdVl
nita than havo been helo in a nunfier
of years. Tho John Itobluson show tin
ployed two traiDs.to carry lt,thlrt dirs
or more, and h a cUrttiJIUl350 men did
women. At thoSfturnooaiexhlljUvn.
there was In attendance the. larga.it
number of people over seen at a circts
in this territory aud tho show peopVs
admitted tiler" VZT ioro than thot
had given room to in many a day, TlJi
perlormanco dltTercd materially froti
the customary clrcuc, inlroducing V
spectacular representation of the courl
of Solomon, portraying tho scene wberi
tho mother of tho child is dlBCOvorcd!
through tho astuteness of that celo-j
brated mouaich end also the visit of
tho queen oi Shuba. The ballots intro
duced aro very pietty and on tho whole
tho Innovation Is a popular one. A
conspicuous character with the show
Is John Lowlow, now the ptces ropro
sontative, but w ho for years aud years
in tho capacity of clown furnished am
usement to millions. Mr. Lowlow nl
licd himself with the great John Cob-
inson show thlrty-threo years ago and
romarkabie as it seems, has not beon
In Its employ half tho years of lis ex
istence, (it Is seventy years old ) John
Robinson, the founder, has been dead
six yoars, but his sons have taken up
tho work whoro their siro laid it down
and so tho management is practically
Identical, Mr. Low low Ib the originator
of a phrase which has gone not only
through tho show world, but has been
employed in every other connection
whero in any wise applicable "firing
In another borso;"thlsin tho act whore
another horso Is added alter each leap,
thus Increasing tho task, Spoakiug of
tho complaint of tho public about tho
"chestnuts" -and threadbaro jokes
beard of in the ring, the gentleman
spoko of an incident which occurred
ono day when ho was showing 1)111
Nyo through the show, and thu sub
ject camo up. Ho said that ho told
'yo he would give ten dollars each for
ton now stories, thoughts, expressions
anything so long as it was new, oven
uiougii out. a uno or a noru in longtli,
Nyo pondered a moment and said,
"I'll givo you ouo hundred dollars
each," "There is nothing now under
the suu'sttll It is admitted that there
aro new ways of presenting old ones
but very fotv peoploareorigluaJUnoughJ
to presoni tnem, this samusitotrlwas
quarantined hero twenty-onulycariiao
because of yellow fovor In A'exsia'nS
there wero hero this week a ntTmoorTff
men who wero with it at that tlmo, Mi,
Lowlow included. Dr. Frszee recollect
od tho matter perfectly and related an
Incldont of a goat bolng lojt with Mr,
Swain which In point of sUe, etc., was
reraarkablo, tho descendants or which
flie doctor finally owned, with his An
goras. About tho isnio time tho Dau
Hco show was hero n day or two ktler
bolgig at Usxtor Springs, whoro somo of
Its people and probably somo of the
cltlxous wero killed lis a shooting allray.
Stolon on tho nlghl of July 5th, 1891,
ono black guiding horso, about 10 baud
high, 5 yoars old; no brands; high
headed and a stylish driver; both hind
foot white; scar ou right front foot
running down Into tho hoof, cut by
wire, Also a new sluglo seat full
leather top Drowsier spring buggy,
mauuralurod by KoystCno Implement
Oo,, hole lu right hand of top, besn
sowed up with black thread) harnetti
new and u old collar, L, P. Isnsu,
Highest Honors Warld'5 Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS TUB STANDARD.
Small hoy (aside) "Geo whlx," but
them Littlo Ulant pills take tho cako.
Sold and warranted by A.W. Foreman.
The Ohelnpa merry-go-round whs
sot up Friday and rnn until the circus
Creates health, creates strongth,cre
ales vigor; UuWitt's Sarsapitriila. It
recommends Itself. P. Sliannhan.
Messrs. Uerry, Dickson and Dhly
killed Ihreo dozen pralrlo 'chickens
No griping, no nausea, no pain,
whan Do Witt's Llltlo Early Itinera
no takon. Small pill. S.ifo pill, Host
pill. P. Shannhan.
Tho circus drew moro pooplo than
uny ovent savo tho payment which
has taken place in many years.
A satisfied customer is a permanent
one. That's why wo recommend Do
Witt's Littlo Eoarly Ilisors. They
cure cuustipation, Indigestion aud
biliousness P Shanalian,
A fine farm of JOOO acres for sale on
Uussol creek nuar Chotopa; ono of the
beat places In tho n'holc nation;
enquiro at this olllce.
Every man having a beard should
keep It an uveu and natural color, and
if it is not so already, uso Ducking
ham's Dyo and appear tidy.
What makes a lioueo a home? The
mother well, the children rosy, tho fa
ther in good health and good humor.
All brought about by tho use of De
Witt's Sarsaparilla. It recommends
Itself. P. Slianahan.
Allghtritlu earlv Sunday morning
msde life much moro endurablo the
first of the week, while an other
shower )csterday has still (ttrthcr im
proved tho temperature,
"There is a salvo for every wound"."
We refer to Do Witt's Witch Hazel
c-Uve, cures bums, biniscs,cuts, Indo
lent sores, as a local application in the
nostrils it cures catarrh, nnd always
cures piles. P. Shanalian.
A freight cur was shoved out of tho
end oithe Frisco "house-track" Suu
day, wrecking tbo platform and shov
ing il Q7r tho "Ksty" track.
If dull, spiritless and stupid; If your
blood is thick and sluggish; If your ap
petite Is capricious and uncertain; you
need a Sarsaparilla. For host resqlts
take Do Witt's. It recommends Itself,
jjtPHenrj Cboliea, has received a
unaiioraotMDOuroom suites, springs,
cTOatrcse3, a full lino of furnl
tare; tfTfjujclsrAo sell at close figures. 42
Do Witt's Sarsaparilla Is prepared
for cleansing tho blood from Impuri
ties and dlsengo. (t doss this and
moro. It builds up aud strengthens
constitutions Impaired by dtseaso. It
recommends llnulf. P. Shsnaban.
No. 10 In block 19 on"nor i Wil
son street is for sate; this is vory
desirable residence lot uu 1 is near the
college. Eoqtiiro at tills ofilco for
For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers,
ol Day City, Mich. .accidentally Bpllled
scalding water over her little boy.
she promptly applied De Witt's
Witch Hazel salve, giving instant re
let. Its a wonderfully good salve for
nrus, bruises, sores, and a suro curo
it plies. P. Slianaliau.
Tho annual meeting, League Amcrt-
tii wheelmen, occurs at Denver, Col.,
lUgusl 13 to IS. For tho above occas-
n tho Frisco lino will soil round trip
tl'kets to Denver at $10 33. Tickets
oi bIo August 10th and lltb, final
return limit September 15-
,'hero Is nothing in this world that
gites sucn perfect satisfaction for all
blood disorders as Ileggs' lllood Puri-
fiet and lllood Maker. It dries up
bldcbcs and pimples ou tho .ico.lioals
o1diore8 aud eruptions, makes a yel
low) skin clear and transparent and
keels tho bowels and liver in perfect
condition. SqU and Warrautod by A.
W. to re man.
TIrtso who contemplato buying a
lot Hid building a homo in Vinita
slionll go and take a look at Walnut
grovd (block 31) in this town. There
aro a lumber of nlco lots loft, and tho
prlco in tho injorlty of them Is less
Htadaoho nnd Indigestion
Can bi cured. If you don't boileva It
try liens' Litllo Ulant pills. Sold and
warranted byA. W. Fotnan.
Bokxb' Cherry Cough Syrup.
The griHest and best cough syrup. It
will roliVvo a cough quicker, surer and
rrnoro elctuftllrtlhanJanYtlilncou the
,uniii,p,.,owuiBuniiimiBmiyiuj n it.
This 't"yirtJo"eotnTriK?8.o well
kuown aid so popular as to need no
special mtntlon. All who havo used
eleotrio biters sing the ssm.e songot
pralso. Al purer medlcmo does not
exist and I't is guaranteed to do all
that Is clalned, Kloctrio bitters will
cure all dlsVasos of (be liver nud kid
neys, will rimovo pimples, bolls, salt
rheomtandhthsr alleotiona causod by
lBPhrg,!Hl4i-WlH drlvo malaria
frontIijvltera and prevent as well
njjfoiftfl mvlarlal fevers. For curo of
lieadjume, ipnstlpntlon and Indigos
tlQnlrjledrla blttors-entlro satis.
facThjrriuarlateed or money refunded.
PiWw cts, vud (1,00 por bottle at A.
W?FQrernn drug store.
. ' vltwoklui'n Arnlnn flraiun
V!ijWl VVM 'n ! world (or cuts,
e in, ulcers, anil rheum,
res teller, chnppttj haads.
ir" "u ' imtmt i w
A $500.00 PIANO!
A FREE SCHOLARSHIP!
Xo "3Toix Want Tlaom?
I'luno. Violin, Voice, Klocntlon, Del flarte, rhyateal Culture, Painting, French. German,
Engllih. Engllah Literature, Mandolin, Guitar, Ao
O-Wrlte at Onoo for Information and Catalogue.
Columbia College of Music and Oratory,
O. H.TIEDE, Dlrootor. COLUMBIA, MO. SS-M
S 8. CONVENTION,
At Salt Orook, Saturday, August
Contention will be called to order by Supt.
t rank Ifrrrlen of Nowata, atO:SOa m.
Sonff-by the schools Innnlson, "All Hall."
Opening exerelaes II. Neal, Foyll.
Ueport and aeleet alnglng by Salt Creek
Iteport and aong by Kalrnew.
Iteport and aong by 111 off
Essay "The Sabbath School aa an Edu.
cator." by Mra. Juliette Jordoni dlnutalon
of the theme In ten minute apeechea.
Song, "Shall we Gather at the Hirer."
Afternoon eaerclica opened by aong, "Jeans
Keep me Near the Crois."
Subject for discussion, "J'arente, raise your
thlldrcn In the nurture and admonition of the
lord," opened by J. 8. Ilargroee, followed
by ten minute rolonteer apeechea
Farting wordai rolunteer speakers
Closing aong, "Qod be With yon 7111 we
tleet Again "
Inrlted aneakers, tter Ileadlee. Uoodya
II luff, and Hot. John ttoss, TahlrquaU,
Quutor is Smith's Stables.
If you want to buy a horse or buggy
or both, you can find what you want
at Uunter & Smith's stables. SOtf
Coughl Ooughl Ooughl
If you want to, but If you desire to
stop, got n bottlo ol I)e(,gs' Cherry
cough syrup. II will stop your cough
in tlvo minutes. Sold and warranted
by A. V. Foreman.
A Suro Curo for Pllos.
Itching piles are kno-rn hy molitCM
like perspiration, causing Intense Itch
ing when warm. This form as well as
blind, bleeding or protruding, yield at
once to Dr. Uosanko's pilo remedy,
which acts directly on parts allecled,
absorbs tumors, allays Itchinir and
afiects a permanent enre. (30 cts.
Druggists or mail. Circulars free.
Dr. Bosiuko, Ph'ladolphia, Pa. t'i
bv A. W. Foreman, druggist. f
"Fruit Syrup" Chill Tonlo.
Positively guaranteed to be the best
remedy on the market for the speedy
cure of chills and fever, bilioqsnoss,
general debility tnd loss of appotlte.
Containing all the laxative and nutri
tious properties of tho ripe figs them
solves combined with quinine and Iron
in a tasteless form, making it not only
tbo best remedy for chills but will be
lound very cfiectual as a tonic and ap
petizer and all forms of disease caused
by a torpid livor. As largo as any dol
lar bottle and only costs 60 cents. Try
samplo bottle. For sale by A. W.
Tyro Llyos Savo4. S
Mrs. Phoebo Thomas, of Junction
City, III., was" told by her doctors she
had consumption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles Dr.
King's now discovery completely cured
tier and sho says It saved her llfo. Mr.
Thos. Eggers, 130 Florida St., San
Francisco, sutTercd from a dreadful
cold, approaching consumption, trlod
without result everything else then
bought one bottle of Dr. King's new
discovery and In two weeks was etired.
Hoisnatqrally thankful. Ills suoh
rosulls, of which those are samples,
that provo tho wonderful efficacy of
this medicine In coughs and colds.
Sold at A. W. Foreman's drug store.
Regular siro 50c. snd $1 00.
' Brown's Iron Tonlo.
Tli's is nature's great restorer of
health; it is pleasant and agreeable to
the taste; and can bo takeq sjnd re;
talned by the most delicate stomach;
it ia the only preparation of iron that
win not constipate too bowels, or
blacken or destroy tho teeth; it is eas
ily and readily taken up and qsalmit
lated by the blood, and Is, therefore,
the greatest remedy known for general
debility, dyspepsia, indigestion, ner
vousness, femalo diseases, scrofula,
typhoid fevers, and all diseases and
impurities of tho blood. Try sample
bottle. For salo by A. W. Foreman..
FOR SALE AT COST,
Fine Arkansas river bot
tom farms near Vian a.nd
88-tf Muskogee. I. T.
la ralalnc araoll rot Bin ehJldran. bit only ran
Mr (or Cons-ha. Oold and Croup waa onion arnip. It
now my sraadoiuidrva tk Dr. Oann1 Onion stymn
-,.iHwimiv. w-a.r i, wm lonr raars u.
khlalk asalrviv mi
UtL sSdld AfMrv
an siur urwDSLi-Bci ana
old mminj, X
taor plAat to th
Ft s n o tutiuiatt for it.
rsrsi hottlsisi AH naintsa.
T-tr boUtisx m gacd.
A.W rornitn, drnrgUt.
D. M, MARRS & GO,,
TOWN LOTS BOUGHT
Conveyances Made, Etc.
CORRECT CITY PLAT
Can save yovi money in
11 ti . r t "
1 .."iWinn i.
Bft - ri s?v
In good times people buy
what they wish; in bad
times they buy what they
must. When money comes
most easily it goes most
readily but when a silver
dollar looks as large as a
Kansas Jimmi-cane and is
fearfully lonesome its own
er clings to it until he finds
a bargain. Me has a big
dollar and wants a big dol
lar's worth, and he is right.
We have endeavored at a 1
times to sell Groceries and
Provisions at prices that
satisfied the most exacting.
And now with a fair pros
pect of good crops, together
with the Strip money float
ing around, Vve are still in
the front. We want your
trade, and if low prices and
fair dealing be any induce
ment we are bound to have
it. You will find everything
that may be had at a first-
class Grocery Establish
ment. Call and see what
the purchasing power of a
dollar will do for you.
East side of railroad track.
Is Doing a Rushing Ddslijcsa,
Close Figures on" All Orders.
If you arc jjoing lo build,
givo bim a call.
'"sriioitct, lExtcaL. Tor.
Henry Kendall College,
MUSKOGEE, IND. TER.
Orien tb both sexes, and both
Indian and white students.
Threo courses: Olanica.1, Scien
tific, English and Musical.
Ilatea are very low. Tarenta de
siring to place their children under
christian influences should writo
ior iurtlicr information,
Fall torm opens Sopt. 12, 1891.
For terras and circulars writo
D. I. ELLIOTT,
Vxyov QjrocJc ... lad. Tor.
All legal papers drawn and acknowl
edjvl. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
Can como aa near making the monr ont oi
a , hanl atcount aa any man In the InJ.an Tar
rltory. . ttp1
I. I9. SliE-lD'SOE,
Cleveland, Ok. Ty.
ATTORNEY -AT- LAW,
And Real Estato Agent.
Using-deputy countj aurrojor or county Oil
Slrea ma a two-foUl ailranUga In locating;
elalmants. Vrlt mo sillier aa abort, or at
Chouteau, Iml. Tar.
A School for Young Ladies
Fall Term Opens Sopt. 13,'94
Sond for Announcement.
Address It. D. SWAIN, Tres.,
sep37 Pierce City, Mo.
LUMBER - TA RD
To close o&b the following
lots we offer them at the
bargain seekers' own priced!
lot Kelley-Goodfellow stamped
2.50 shoe at
lot Oxford Ties, pat. tip, price
1 lot Kelley-Goodfellow "Peer
less" shoes, price 2.00, at
1 lot Kelley-Goodfellow Misses'
Dongola, pat. tip, price 1.75 at
lot Hamilton-Brown mens shoe
"5 million," 9s, 10s & 1 is, i.7?,at
lot children's oil goat school
shoes, price 1.50, at
lot Misses' patent
price 1.50, at
lot Kelley-Goodfellow Misses',
"Peerless" shoes, price 1.75, at
These are all good honest
shoes but broken lots; and
they must go at once.
RIGHT IN THE
.1 8. THOMPSON
Has opened one of the Finest
and Most Extensive Lines of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Hats.
THIS TOWN EVER SAW.
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.
Groceries and Provisions
a !.. ..T.
Line of Lf
ipMH f J (
' iiiciiv. t'inr yv
in and j ets Figure,
are always Stocked up cm.
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