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Vinitx, Ind, Tan., Junb 13, 1805.
Local Railroad Time Tablet.
"8ANTA rK ROUTE."
LOUIS & 8AH FHANC13CO UAILWAY.
Kx.Bt h toSapnliia ...ill :43am
Accommodation I Uiluam.
St. kouls express ...
Through ooaehee from St
. i .iiuiiuii
Ko. 1 Yestlhnled Connectsatl'aria.Tex.,
with U 0. At) F. and T.ftl' lor jiolnta In
Taiaa. Connects at Wichita, Kan., with A.
T AS. t- for iiolnti In Cherokee atrip and
Oklahoma Connects at Damon. Kan., with
A.T. AS.F for points In Kansas, llaa 1'ull
man l'alace Uleeiier and llecllnlng Chair Car
inati tree) to Wichita and llnrrlon, Kan.,
'allman linnet Drawing Itoora Blceper and
IteollnlDg- chair Car (mala rr) to Ualveeton.
Texas, i l'arls and Dallas
Mo. 1. Veellbuled-Conuecte at St. Loots
Grand Union Station with all Unci for the
eait, north and southeast, llaa Pullman Hut
let Drawing UoomSlaeperandllocllnlng Cbalr
Care (atata rree) to fit. Lonle
No. S. Connect! at llonett for point! In In
dian Territory Tie Neosho Connect! at Hurr-
on, Kan., with A T AS F for polnta In
Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nerada, Idaho,
Montana, Washington, New and Old Mexico,
Arltona and California Ilea Kecllnlng Chair
Can (erata free) to I'arli, Texas, Ilurrton,
Kan , and Anthony, Kan-, I'nllman l'alaca
Sleeper to Kureka bprlngi, Ark., tla Bell.
man and K 8. Itjr. I'nllman Drawing itooin
leenarto Unrrton. Kan. llaa throurh I'nll
man oleepere unrrton
rer, Kl raao
. Kan., to I'ueblo. Den-
I.oa Angeles. Ban Dleao and
J& , Connects at ti Louis Grand Union
Blatloa Willi all lines for the east, north and
aontheaat, llaa I'nllman Palace Drawing
Beom Sleepert and Kecllnlng Chair Carideale
free) tost l.ouli.
Through ticket! on lata to all point!.
For farther Information call on or addrcia
U.K. Wilicxn, Agent.
UI8gOUKI, KANSAS ATK.XA8.
H. I. M. K.A T. Kxprete ..
No. 1 Hannibal St. L. AT. Kx .. .
No. 17. Freight and Accommodation
4:07 a m
o:?J p m
Vo.i, Mo. Ki ATexaaexpreaa ...
Ko.t.Tax.Ht. I..ft Hannibal Ex
Ho to), freight and accommodation
' The Sunday hours of tho tiostoluce
will hereafter bo 0.34 to 10:30 a. m.; 2
toU p. ra.
n.MTA uiiuutii iiiucuiortr.
labliath school at 10.00 a. m.i preaching at 11
a.m and7p.ro prayer meeting ererjr Wed-
I'reabyterlan Chnrcb S
Communion service etery
A Caldwell, pi
tori tireachlng. Snudaya at II a. m. an
m. ounuay ecnuuinbiuo
m.i prayer meet
ing Thunday nlghta.
Congregational Chnrch-Ker. A.W . nishop.
naatoriserelceseTery Sunday at 11 am and
7 p. m.t Sunday School at 10 a. m.t Christian
udeaeor Society. 4 I' m. I'rayer meeting
eery Wedneiday evening.
W. C. T U. Meet! eiery Thanday at J:30
'clock, p. m.
......itmiiufimnv Vm 11 If.
I'lliALrillAfl jv..., a'. "- ---
or 1. Meeta every Tuesday even ng
I in their caitle hall at 7:30 Visiting
knight, in Boo"? Ml "o. O C.
E. M. Landrum, K of II. and 1.
,x VINITA LODGE NO 5. A. F. A A. 11.
jNu.Meete In Maionlo Hall the nnt and
K3C third Saturday nlgbl In each month.
VV OUTKnllAQUY, W . M.
T M. norrlMOTQM, Sec.
"" " VIITA I.OIJQE."NO. la. I. o.
O. F.. rneels In Maionlo hall on
Monday nlgbt or each week at
J, r JUfllllAbb, il. M.
J. r ScoTr, Seo'y.
-Uletes Willi end lloby Akin hare relnrn
ed from lehool.
-Mabel Cook returned a few day alnca
from achool at Liberty.
-Mra.Wm. Slmm went to Kanui City Fri
day to visit Her feUtlves.
Mr. Moore, of the Claremore rrogreii,
spent Sunday In the city.
-Mrs. Snyder, wife of the station agent at
t'ryor Creek, apent Tuesday In the city.
-Col. It It. Ilnbbard was In Vlnlta yester
day en route for Wagonr and Mnscogee.
-Prof. W. 8. Dagger lift for his home last
Frldsy. He expects to return to this country
one day and a great many friends hope he will
Lawyer Wm. I.rhompion returned Satur
day from Conway, Ark., where he had been
Tlslllng bis parents.
-W. O. t'atton and wife and Mrs. Dr. Flte
will leave In a few daya for a visit of seme
duration In Georgia and the Carolina!. .
T. F, Thompion returned a few days since
from the business college at Srdatla and has
resumed his place In J. 0. Gray's atore.
Ed Ily.d, of Chelsea, was In the city Tues
day. Mr. Dyrd believes that the rights of
adopted cltltene will be safest In tbe hands of
the Downing party.
Iter. D. N. Allen was shaking hands
among old frlsnds here this week, having
come over from Eureka to visit his slster-ln-law,
Mra. John Allen, who ll quite elck,
Dr. MoWllllams, of Miami, wai down
Monday In company with II. II , Ilutler, The
doctor la the first whit man In the Indian
Ter.ltory to whorr o leed for land was ever
Mln Laura Clionteiu hai gone to Clare
more to vlall Mrs. J, F, Fllpptn and In a week
or so will go with ber sister, Mn. II. D, Pen.
nlngton, to Clarkavllle, Ark,, to vlilt with
Mr. Pennington'! family.
J. A. Chandler & Co. arc leaders In
low prices. Call on them and bo con
vinced. They will save you money.
L. I). Iliitton, superintendent of tho
Kansas division of the 1'risco, Is cx-
A. Thorns, lately
'WiliOa DAVIS, the murderer of
1 Sheriff Musgrovc, has not yet
been captured, though that ho will
finally fall Into tho hands of tho nu
thorltd'S I hardly to bo doubled. In
recognition of Mr. Muagrovo's worth
as an olllcer and n man, thoifollowlng
proceedings were had In tho circuit
court at Clarumore, Juno 5th, If. T.
Whereas, James T. Mugrovc, tho
late sheriff of Coowccscoowco district,
was foully muidcrcd on the monilng
of tho ad Inst., while In tho dis
charge of his otllclal duty, ntteuipllng
to arrest tho outlaw, Frog Davis, nnd,
Whereas, A fitting tribute should
bo paid to his memory, his high char
acter, his public scrvlco and his pri
Therefore, Ho lb resolved by this
court and tho bur, that In his tragic
death tho court and tho whole coun
try feels tho shock, nnd,
Resolved, That as nnolllccr ho was
vigilant, faithful, undaunted and un
faultcrlng In his duty, and died up
holding the law, defending our lives,
our homes, our families, and tho hon
or of his country, and,
Resolved, That this court and tho
wholo country has sustained a loss
which Is deplored nnd felt throughout
tho whole nation, and,
Resolved, That wo extend to the
family of the deceased our deepest
sympathy In their bereavement nnd
ns nn additional mark of respect It Is
ordered by tho court that this notion
be mado n part of the proceedings
thereof nnd copies bo furnished tho
family of the deceased anil tho news
papers of this nation.
rUtllTV CHAPrEK, O a. 8.. meets In Ma
sonlo hall First and thirl Thuraday In each
.month at 7:30 o'clock p. m
ttinxcCA M. 8waik, W. II.
- Krviaflioiia. Seo'y.
WOOIiUGK OF THE WOULD, meet aee
end and roarln Thursday! In each month In
Maionle Hall. .
, XT, IV. Ward, 0. 0.
'J. 8 DwxnroRT. Clerk.
Carpenter's tools at Miller's.
II read and cake boxes at Miller's
Tho l).iptlst meeting has closed.
All kinds of furnlturo at Miller's.
Sweet potato plants at tho nursery.
Old wheat Is selling at Toe; corn 2c
Picture frames nnd glas at Miller's
A" child of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman's
Everything Is growing even tho
Ice; leave orders at A. U. Nltfliols
All the potatoes this year will be
Uuggy and wagon harncs4 cheap at
Sumo new wheat Is ollcrcd tho 'Vl
nlta mills next week.
"Whips, dusters and lly nets at Lee
Unrrct's harness shop.
Hinder repairs In stock at W. W.
Mlller'ri hardware store.
Plenty of goods to feed the multi
tude. Vlnlta Gioccry Co.
This otllco Is the place to apply If
you want to buy city property.
Mason's fruit Jars at Jf A. Chandler
& Co's.; now Is tho time to buy.
, Tube Martin was arrested and taken
to Ft. Smith for selling whisky.
J. A. Chandler A Co. have a few
1Mb buckets of Jelly ar 60c each. .
Don't cook over a hot stove; sco the
'gasoline and oil stoves at Miller's.
Lewis Rrillln caught n sixty pound
cat fish on n trot lino Friday night.
Look Into tho Vlnlta Grocery Co.'s
Roro. You will sco a unique display.
Some exceedingly lino Irish pota
toes are seen In the market since the
One hundred and fifty cars of pota
toes have been shipped from Ft. Smith
Oranges from 23o to 50c per dozen.
Lemons and bananas at J. A- Chand
ler Si Uo.'h
Clilnch bugs are uttacklng tho corn
In great numbers In some sections of
I aw selling everything In my Hue
cheap; call and examine my stock.
J 0. Andprsoti's Jioroo ran away
somo days since, with, disastrous
clients to tho buggy.
Tho W. 0. T. U. will meet at tho
homo of Mrs. Chrlsman, Thursday,
Juno 13, sit S.JO p. m.
Unnecessary to go out on a market-
Jnt expedition. Vlnlta Giutry uo.
lias everything In season.
The Presbytoilan Sabbath school
will have a plcnlo today out near Mr.
Ilrackctt's on LHtlo Cabin.
Vlnlta will celebrate tho 4th of July
as becomes tho Urst town In buslnoss
tmportanco In tho territory.
A number of our politicians and
tradesmen went to Illuojuckct last
week to nttend thu blow out.
Hats absolutely at cost for 30 days
to make room for full stock Mrs.
Oarselowoy. Mrs. Cuss' old stand.
pected to succeed W.
A self-teaching music chart learn
you to play In thirty minutes given
frco with overy organ sold by Vlnlta
HertHoldermonls a candidato for
the nomination for solicitor on tho
Downing ticket as per announcement
In this paper.
Perhaps you don't feel like eating
regular, every day fare; then step into
Vlnlta Grocery Co.'s and see what
they have got.
Children's day exercises will bo held
at tho Congregational church Sunday
night nnd a pleasing program has
Dr. Horton executes all kinds of
dental work with neatness and dis
patch; olllce In Raymond building,
over millinery store.
'al Skinner received the unwelcome
news yesterday of the death of his
aunt, Mrs. Llzzio ShulT, at tho homo
of tho family in Kentucky.
L. V. Marks unloaded a new
mounted road bcrapcr Saturday. It
was given a trial Tuesday and Fhowcd
itself to bo an effective machine.
Six persons wcro Immersed last
Sabbath afternoon in th creek above
the mill thrco ladles and three gen
tlemen, Rev. Hurlbutt officiating.
llcrt Walker and Dink Douthlt, left
the hunting party In tho Spavlnaw
hills and came to town after supplies,
returning to camp Monday evening.
Phlalphlan Lodge, No. U. K. Of P.
will have tholr election of olllccrs the
last Tuesday In this month, the th.
All members aro requested to attond.
For Sale, a good threshing machine
outfit, 10 horso power engine; 32 Inch
machine; automatic stacker and all
complete. J, T- Holdcrnian, Vlnlta,
Ind. Tor. 41
Miss Annie Duncan, daughter of
Jas. A. Duncan of Horso creek, had
conferred upon her last week at tho
Fulton Synodlcal college tbe degree
of mistress of piano.
The second special excursion to
Kansas City leaves Vlnlta at 5 a.m.,
Sunday, Jimo 16; returning leaves
Kansas City at 8 p. m. same day. Rate
for tho round trip 13.
Those who havo tho letting of tho
contract for the building of the Mcth
udist church deslro to state that all
bids for construction must bo In not
later than Friday, tho 14th.
The National primary of this city
for Coowcescoowcc district recom
mended W. L. Trott for senate, T. F.
Thompson and John Secondlno for
council, and Joo Mcrrcll for solicitor.
H FOURTH OF J ULY mass mcet
ill Ingwas hold Monday and ar
rangements made for a rousing cele
bration In this town on that date, and
from appearances tho eagle will scream
louder than cvor before In this tcrrl
torv. Following arc the committees
On arrangement: J no. T. Gunter,
J. S. Thomasoii, Carey Hoffman, W.
C. Chamberlln, J. It. Shcehan and Jno.
On invitation: 1). M. Marrs, L. II.
Bell, Judge McClurc, Wm.ILIttle, M.
Frazce, Judge Mack Landrum, R. D.
On finance: Uert Chandler, W. 11.
Badgctt, John Swain.
On amusement: Judgo Mack Lan
drum, Sam Hums, Sam Rldenhour,
liob Hlakency, Gus Nichols.
A complete program will bo prepar
ed and printed next week.
HENRY TUDOR, Episcopal
rector of the missionary district
comprising the Cherokee and Creek
nations, visited tills town last Monday
and conducted evening service In tho
Congregational church, preaching to n
very attentive and much interested
congregation of about Hfty of our best
people. Tho rector named the new
mission "Trinity cliurch," In honor of
tho present season of the Christian
year, and announced a visit for tho
celebration of holy communion, on
Monday after tho first Sunday In every
month. Mr. Tudor left In tho even
ing for Pryor Creek, greatly plea-ed,
both with his visit and with'the out
look, and left word that aU Episcopal
Ian members and sympathizers should
communicate In his absence with Mr.
P. M. kiddy, warden of Trinity church
jIT,HE DOWNING J'rlmary of Coo-
1" wecscoowce district in this city
was held Satarday. Dr. Trott was
elected president and Bert Holder
man, secrptary, The delegates were
Instructed as follows: Senate, J. T.
Gunter and W. C.- Rogors; council,
Thos. Howo, Chas. AVarscat, C. C.
Cornatzer; Judge, Watt Stfirr. elerk,
J. M. Lahay; sheriff, Ncal Ward; so
licitor, Robt. Chamberlln. The con
vention occurs to-morrow and next
day at Kcphart Springs, tho old Coo
wccscoowco court house grounds.
fllOEtflX THEATRE CO. will
make tlrif Initial appearance In
this city Monday nnd Tuesday even
ings. Tlioy como highly recommended
from the neighboring territory towns
and will present Monday night the
excellent molodrntna entitled "A
Mountain Peak." The bill Is full of
fun.wlt and pathos and In Intcrspcrccd
with good catch specialties, including
songs, dances, etc.
From Pryor Orook.
J. II Choate lean the sick lilt.
-It. L. liingh Sundered In Muscogee.
F. II Harden spent Sunday at ChoUtean.
-Mill Ana lrge relumed from Wagoner
-Dr. Dryan of Clarrmore was In the elly
-John Cavalier of Markham prairie paid ns
a call last Friday.
W.T. Whltakeraml son James are both
among tbe sick this week.
D. I. Klllott made a flying trip to Chou
teau switch Sunday morning.
Young men should be careful where they
drop their letters. Oabe, CaitJ
Ilsrrr Steele left Tuesdsy for Joplln where
he will Join an opera company.
-D. U. rarker returned Saturday from a
trip through Kansas on baalness.
J L. Taylor and wife went to Claremore
Tueiday for a few days visit with relatives
Wash Swimmer, candidate for second
chief on tbe Downing ticket was here tw or
three days last week In company with Hon,
8 II, Mayes.
L. II. Nash told a reslJence lot to John In
gram last week for W.00 Lewie paid til 00
for It about a year ago. At the late eale lots
on the same atreet brought from U. to (00.
Mr. Ingram secured a bargain and will bnlld
a uew residence next fall.
Mill Nellie Uelroie. mmle teacher In the
seminary, anlited by her pnplli and some of
our best local talent gave an entertainment at
tbe opera home Tueiday night, tbe proceeda
of which will be applied on tbe piano pur
chaied w:ei.liy lor ue or (! seminary atnd
enti. Spavlnaw Notoa.
-The tain Saturday kept a good many away
from the barbecue.
Mr. Ilrock, of Adair, vlilted Spavlnaw
Saturday, looking for a alray hone.
-Mill Mima Weltihammers vliltlng Mill
Maggie Ilumgarner and Mill Little Ward
Tom Wantland came over to town Monday
In the rain to announce tbe arrival of a girl
baby at bli home.
-Tlldln and Orr Sutton left for Ilragg
Monday morning to the regret of a coqple ol
Cap. Hias, William -:tlcka and Cole
Ilengepaurd through Spavlnaw to tbe meet
ing In the lower part of the dlitrlct,
Mr. Ward, Mra. Onngarner's father, wai
up from 1'ryor Creek to the plcnlo Friday and
Saturday. He li Improving In health elowly.
A good many people have paned through
Spavlnaw going to tbe hllli to hunt buckel
berrlri. A few of lime got caught In the rain.
The Spavlnaw, Deque, and Btoomlngdale
(orMoie Itldge) Sunday achoola met In the
grove near Win Weit'i Friday to bold a
picnic and convention Iter. J M. Illvelcy,
Dr. t)ameron and Rer N. C. Carry delivered
ad'lrenrson varloui topic! of Intereit, a de
llcloai dinner finding Iti way Into tbe pro
gram at the proper Juncture. Watt Weat re
ported lor Ileqaa school, 13 icholari.l offlceri,
Jteecberes Mr. Faalki.tor Illoomlngdale, U
cbolari. 1 ofBoeri, 3 teaeherai Charlea Weav
er, for Spavlnaw, IS icholara, I offlceri, 3
Welch in Brlof.
HighMt Honors World's Pair.
m rr- vbbt
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
10 YEARS THB STANDARD.
' WhloU Are You.
There are two klndi or people on earth today,
Juit two klnda of people, no more, I say.
Not the stnnerand saint, for 'lie well under
stood The good are half bad and the bad are hair
Not the rich and the poor, for to count a man's
You mast first know the State of bis conscience
Mot the humble and proud, for In life's little
Who puts on vain airs Is not counted a man.
Not tbe bappy and aad, for the swllt flying
Urlng each man his laughter and each man
No the two kinds of people on eartn I mean,
Are tbe people who lirt and the people who lean.
Wherever you go, you will And the world's
Are alwaya divided In Just these two classee.
And oddly enongh, you will And, too, I wean,
There la only one lifter to twenty who lean.
In which clan are Jou?Are you eailng the load
Of overtaxed llfteri who toll down tberoadt
Or are you a leaner, who letaothers bear
Your portion of labor and worry and caret
KllaWheeltr Wilcox, In Harper's Weekly.
Opening of Montezuma Hotel
AtLasTegas, N M., June.'), IBM. Fortbla
oecailon the "Santa Fe Honte" will lell
ronnd trip ticket! to the Laa Vegas Hot
Springs, N. M., and return, at one fare for
the round trip. Tlcketaon laleJuneK and 18,
good to return till July Slit, 1805.
8. J. JlmcicxniDai, Agent,
To the votere or Delaware dlatrlcts I take
this method of announcing rojialf a candidate
for iberlS of Delaware dlitrlct at the general
election to be held oa the first Monday In Art-
gait next, eubject to tbe action of the Down
ing convention to be held Jnne Wth 1803. In
aeeklng constdsratlon from tho prlmarlea I do
not come aa a etranger, for my entire life hae
been lived In Delawaredlitrlct and In aiklng
recognition by tbe party I believe I am folly
jasttfled by a lifelong ssrvlce In Its ranka.
JOHN L. DAMKnO.1.
YT1XTS. F01I RAU-, LOST, bTUlTKU, STOLES
Each notice, of the character Indicated, not
exceeding Fifty Worda, will be Inaerted two
week! nnder tbli beading for Fifty cente.
STUAYKD Two cowi, one red and one
i potted, and a 3-year old red helfiri tbe cowa
are branded 73 on right hip, short overblt In
right ear) some mark In the other ear, Tbe
htlfcr baa two diagonal mark! acrosa one
flank) red cow bad bell on. Uelonged to Wor
ceiter academy oat got away from George
Martra'a,.ciieiiea, I. T. Leave word witn
KatcllirMer Co., Vlnlta.
S. !K!. 3HlA.XjXj
lias bought the
Russell Farm Cats
t'alent for the Cherokee and Oiage nations and
la prepared to rnrnuh Dates. Farm Illthls or
Territory has alio charge of balanceof Indian
ind Oklahoma Territories.
iiox 102, vinita, ind. Ter.
Addren him, rare
Gunter & Smith's
'BUS meets all trains
day or nicjht, and
makes calls m all
parts of the city.
Leave Orders at
...For 'Bus or Livery
rIi. W. W. BRYAN,
CLARSuortE, Ind, Tkr.
Leave your Laundry
VINITA, - - IND. TER.
Agent for D. H. Hollister,
Parsons 3toam Laundry.
Work returned promptly and guar
anteed to bo tho boot.
D. I. ELLIOTT,
Pryor Crools, - - . nd. Tar.
No Four Eyes
See a Like!
But with only half an eye
it is easy to see that....
HE L N. RATCL1FF
Are .Doing the Business.
All legal papers drawn And acknowledged.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
Can come aa near making the money ont ol
a bard account as any man In the Indaan Ter
ritory, sep 7
The Water We Drink.
Wo drink bo much more water
in summer than in winter that it
is almost imperative that wo havo
pure water during tho hot summer
months, since scientific men tell
us that there is great danger to
health by the uso of impure water.
Water may bo purified by filter
ing more rapidly and cheaper than
by any other process.
Tripoli Stone r
Stands blgbed to Ibe '
U. S. to-day as I bo
Filtering flatera .
BECAUSE they carry the best stock.
BECAUSE they buy their goods cheap.
BECAUSE they have an immense stock of goods
bought and already on hand, thereby saving the big
advance that they would have to pay now for the same
BECAUSE they are willing to sell at small profit.
BECAUSE at this season of the year they are
anxious to clean up all spring and summer goods, that
are now in such demand, at unheard of low prices.
See the Big Display of.....
In our window. Just the time you need
them. Your choice for the pitiful sum
of Ji.oo, worth $1.75, 2.00 and $2.50.
W. . IlnlhcH andMIs Joslo Crutch
Held, much to tho surprlso of their
friends, wcro married In this city Fri
day night Inst by Rev. Grcathouse, I
and leitu few hours lator rorst. Louis.-
On Monday, July 8tli, Itev. Honry
Tudor will lccturo In this city on the
"Life and Times of Napoleon," for tho
bciicllt of tho Ladles' Guild of Trinity
church mission. Further particulars
will be announced.
Mrs. Fields, living In tho eastern
part of town, was arraigned uoforo
Mayor Hell Friday on tho cliargo of
keeping a house of Ill-fame. X Jury
trial resulted In a verdict of guilty,
and she was accordingly fined in and
costs, aggregating something like 50.
Somo months ago there was a young
man In this vicinity named John Har
ris and It Is thought ho Is over in the
annul river country. omo one will
bo doing him it favor by calling his
attention to an advertisement In this
paper which states that a fortune
Tho president has pardoned Mere
dith Crow, onco sentenced at Fort
Smith to bo hung, but who secured a
commutation to llfo Imprisonment
and afterwards to ten years. Ho has
but a few months to servo nnd the
president says his good conduct en
titles hlni to citizenship.
The Indian Territory Medical Asso
ciation mot at Sou th McAlcster, Juno
4th and 5th, a good attendanco of phy
sicians being present. Tr. J. S. Ful
ton, of Atoka, was elected president
and J. 0. Ituckcr, of Claremore, was
re-olectcd secretary. Tho not moot
ing occurs at Kufaula December 3rd
Jack Davis, of Hoyden, wnsthroWiJ
from a horso ono day last week nnd
dragged with ))l foot lu tho stirrup
for bomo distance. His situation was
n precarious ouo ami It Js probable that
hU llfo was only saved by tho stirrup
RIEND over cast writes to tell
us that last Friday afternoon a
strange man entered the house of Wil
lis Wood, a farmer living ten" miles
southeast of Vlnlta, while Mr. Wood
was out at work, and shot at tho wife
barely missing the top of her head.
The woman then got a pistol, accord
Inir to our Informant, and blazed away
at the man who then turned and ran
out and escaped. Tho whole thing Is
a mystery that Is pijrzllng the neigh
bors greatly over In that section.
7j TTORXEYS for tho defense In
l&L tho J. S. Davenport case tiled a
motion with Judge Parker f'r u new
trial based on a number of exceptions
to the Judge's rulings on tho admission
of cvldcnco and In tho charge to tho
Jury. Judge Parker took the motion
under advihcment.contrary to his usual
custom of Qor-rulln(f such motions at
tho tlmo they arc made, and It may lo
possible that a new trial will be grant
ed. According to thoerdlot of tho
Jury Mr. Davenport Ktands acquitted
of tho cliargo of murder, nnd If a now
trial Is granted In will bo ontl.o cliargo
To tho voters and citizens of Coowcc
Having lived ninongyou tho greater
part of my life, and known and re
spected by you, I uoro)y announce
myself us it candidate for solicitor on
tho Downing ticket, Mibjeet to tho
action of tho party In general con
vention. Asking all the aid you can
give me, I remain,
llKllT, T. HOLDKUMAK.
Chinch bugs are doing a great deal or dam
ago. We now have a lully equipped lumber
Mr. Alden, our railroad agent, la taking
Corn never looked better In any conatry or
A rer.taurant la a late addition to the bus
iness or our town.
The coal business has opened np again) II
a worth 4 1-1 cents,
Like every other living thing, Welch leels
good since tbe rain and Us business Is Im
proving. Tbe first car of hay or tbe season was ship
ped Monday by Oeo. W. Dixon. The grass Is
A. II. Dowtll spent Sunday with his fam
ily In Vlnlta. Tbe gentleman baa bis dwell
ing nearly completed 'anil will probably move
bla folks np.
-Miss Kate Wadlleoh, of ft. Scott, return,
ed borne Saturday after mastering tb rail
road ofllce business. Hope she may secure a
Rod. fork note.
Dr. F. a. Cllntdn went to Muscogee Tues
day. This place regrets tbe removal of Mrs.
Dormas and her three beautiful daughtera to
Neosho, their future home.
Miss Mary McKIra, daughter of poatmast
er.Mcl)'lm, of Talis, la visiting the family of
Mrs. I.01) Clinton at litis pla'ce,
Editor 1'owa, of the Tulsa Kew lira, ton
templatsa making his home at this place. He
has decided that he can go over to Tnlsa early
In the rooming, do all tbe work and return In
tbe evening. The New Era Is going to be one
cf tbe leading papera or tbe territory, it Is
run as all the good papers, e. g. Tub Ciuir
TAix It will be Independent.
C. U. l'erryrnan a rnsmbsr of the Creek
council, came In Tuesdsy from Okmulgee and
says the council has Impeached Chief L. C.
Perryman.of Tulsa, and aomo otbsr officers.
Chief l'erryman waa the moat conscientious
and progressive man that has ever guided, the
affairs of the Creek country. When we lose
him we lose i good and noble mtn from the
ofllce of chief.
FHOFSSSI O-CTAI. CAUSa
p DONOHOO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
12.27-04. AFTON, IND. TER.
TR. O. R. ORD?FITH,
DEN $tf$5& TIST,
Rooms H and 10, Hill Building,
"VISTXI'A, Z5T33. 'i'-UAJ.
Practiced In all its de
CHAS. W. DAY, D. D. S.
Fcnnancutly Located at Ylnlta, LT,
Olllce In new Pattern baildlnc, back
of Ors. Fortner & Uagby. dec 8
The latest and best of these fil
ters can be seen at
Oswego Seed" & Grain Co's
In VlnlU, I. T.
It renders tbe muddiest water as
well as tho blackest water, mado
so from coal soot, clear as crystal.
It removes living germs effectively.
Call and see it',
1 1 RAT CUFF M CO.
Leaders in Prices. Vinita, I. T.
PORTNEK & 1UUIJY,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
V1JEUTA, U. N.
Office in new Fatton building, up
TAR. A. M. OLINKSOAIiES.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Ofllce op atslra In Raymond building. Ileal
dene between the two chnrchee, at the Dr.
riles and other Hec(al troubles a specialty.
G. W; COLLINS,
Is running two
..Drays 3 and 4
and solicits hauling of
every kind. Baggage
orders get quick atten
New Goods. New Prices.
East of Track,
r 1MIAYNES, 8 27
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vinita, - J. T.
' Calls promptly attended tonight
rp m. smith, 10T
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY FUBLIO, LOAN BROKER
Special attention given given to trial of aulta.
Alwajs ready to answer your questions and
reply to yonr Inquiries.
Offlee In Opera Uuld'g. VINITA, I. T.
John C. Gray....
Calls Attention to above
Tho Downing primary at Chouteau,
W. L. Wilder, prcsldcut, I. P. Bled
soo, secietary, recommended as fol
lows: Bonato, "iV. C. Rogers, J. L.
llauuhi council, Jerry Albert)', Towoll
Raper, Dean Ihirijcss, Jqo WolTord,
Adam Wilson, D. W. Viimi, Jim
VIoldsr sheriff, El. Wright) Judgo,
AVatt Star; clerk, J. M. Laha; solic
itor, Leo 51111s. Tho resolutions of
th Wagoner whlto adopted citizens'
nicrtlng woro endorsed.
, it' . , . . . .. . m
Slll'ortHtM Awaits Joint Harris -10
Wnojmco lived tit Ltillorc, I. T. and
aUdk&VnrUi Tox. Address .Porry
oosa, i t., viiocuiyy nauon.
rcnlx TlieiiUo Co. at opera
kilty and Tuesday night.
Q. A. R. Notice.
All old soldiers willing to aid In the organ
liatlon of a Grand Army rot at Vlnlta, I.T.,
are requested to meet at tbe oface of Tlbblls t
FrayieronSatqrday,Junafind, at i o'clock
J. II. lUnaia,
J-. T. OLDixxn,
Reduced Railway Fares.
For the following national meetings tbe
Frlico railway will sell round trip tickets at
ona'loweat first clsis farei
Kepnbllcan National league'annual conven
tion, Cleveland, 0., June 19-S1, 1S tickets
on sale Jnne IT, good for return until Jane SI.
Kpsyorth League convention, Cbaltanooga,
Tcnn , JuneS7-SJ, lUtlokets on salt June
43 and SO, good lor return until July 4th
Christian Kndeavor Unltsd societies, lloslon,
July 10-I4 tickets on sale July to 8 Inclus
ive, good for return until Jnly 17
llsptlst Young l'enple'a union of America,
naltlmore.JulrlS.il. IeJ3i tickets on sale 1J
vndlO, good tor return unllf August 8th.
Knights Templar triennial conclave, IIos
ton , Augnst Si)-M tickets on sale August 10-31,
good forreturn until September 15. For rates,
etc., call on or addrvsa, Ii E, Wiurtit,
Agent, Vlnlta, I T,
Itallanl's Siiorr Liniment.
This Invaluable remedy l one that
ought to be in every house hold. It
ill euro your rheumatism, neuralgia,
praln, cuts, brulaes, burns, frosted
fret and ears, sore throat and sora
chest. If you. have lamo back it will
cure It. It penetrates to the seat of
lite disease. It will cure stlQ Joints
and contracted mueclet after all other
. remedies have failed, Those who
have been cripples for years have used
Ballard's snow liniment and thrown
away their emlclie: and been ablsta
alk ns well as ever, ft will cure yoif,
1'rlco CO cents. Bald by P. 9bnatiaa,
With J. S. Thomason, Vlnlta, Ind Ter
8peclaclea and Eyeglassee accurately fitted
according to the llest Approved Scleutlflo
Q. II. Denlson N. II. Maxey P. M. Llddy
Try me on for a square
In Dry Goods, Glothing
Hats, Shoes, Groceries
He has everythingr the trade requires. Call
and make a careful inspection at
New Gray and Halsell Bld'g,
SOUTH WILSON ST.
TBNISON, MAXEY fc LIDDY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Vlnlta and Muskogee, I, T,
TTARUISON O. BUEl'ARD,
Patton Building. Vinita. I. T.
Jons II. Tunxia. Jam " HuecKIUrin,
TURNER Ss BUROKHALTEIt,
Attorneys ahd Counsklloks,
Practice In all of the U. S. conrts In the ter
ritory and tbe Federal Court at Ft. Smith,
Mr Turner came from 7t. Smith where be
practiced 8 yeare beroro Judge Isaac C.l'arker.
SJr.O. I). Neville, a oompeleut notary pub
Hole In the olllce.
tlooms S and 4 Qray-Haliell Old1
P. Q. Browning,
J. T. BRACKET
Is Doing s RusMaj Alness.
Close Figures un AM Orders.
If you nro going u build,
givo him a eall.
"VlxadLta,, Xraxau Tor,
To the insuring; public of Vinita and surrounding country:
We are prepared to write you
Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass, Accident and
In good and reliable companies. We solicit your pat
ronage if you desire anything in our line,
omtoo -Bunoun Q( Wi Mj,er & COj s
H. D, MUIR & CO.,
Tifo Biwi Unni flout and
Patton Building, Vinita, Ind. Tar.
All business entrusted to ourcare will receive prompt
and careful attention.
W. W. MILLER.
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