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HIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1901.
VOL. XIX. NO 34
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fVA JBAPt CRIAM Of TARTAR POWDtR.
Highest Honors, World's Fair
I.Qold Medal, Midwinter Fair
(AtoIiI linking l'owilers containing
' alum. Thejr nro injurloul to health
fP M. SMITtl, ' 101.
t' ATTORNEY ATI, AW ,
ROTARY PUULtO, LOAN IlItOKER
ptclftl intention given glyen to trial of enlte
Iwaje rtadr to anawer ronr anrattone and
K2 WJU' mqnmee
VINITA, I. T.
Vf, BLBK D. II. WILbO
BLUB & WILSON,
W ,mm lm,.,
vi iunnj'xo-.iii.-j.n w ,
urnlture store. VINITA, I. T.
LEWIS T. MARTIN,
Vlnlto, Ind. Tor.
Root Estate nnd Collections.
Notary Public, Stenographer
Offlco Id Oray lintMIng, with
burann r. raruar si
BO D. MEREDITH, D. V. S.,
Suiiokon amd Dentist.
. HeailqnarUni at (lunt.r'e stable, aouth
Wilton etrm. weal tide, Vlnltu, I. T.
f D. NEVILLE,
Attorney nt law, Notary Public
"Collect Bad Debts."
Oflico In New Halsell Building.
VINITA, I. T.
'White Plymouth Rocks
And Pckin Ducks.
.y'f HgE for ale: $l oo p;r dozen, fi.35
iwr io. aoomcr iowis on larui; iimc
lice- range. l'.JK hatch well. Stock
storing as high n 93,4 by Ilcwes, Harris
Mm. Frank Franklin.
vdm llox 00, VinlU, I. T.
japriic? Grove Poultry
J. F. Christian & Co.
Fifteen varieties of pure bred
fowls. Kggfl for lmtch'nz.
Wrilo for Catalogue.
For Sale at $50 Each.
tjoraloto 1 numb old. high grade, alia
Eight Fine Geldings.
DrjTcra tad 'l'""' r
Mere or Bis
ir oi ocauuymg maru epaco man
ff tho first followinc will bo inserted
.at 85.00 por yoar. The verdict oi
lucu uniting iuiu ur buiuii uuius
is that it pays to advortiso the
It. R. TAYLOR,
Postulllcf Vlnltu, 1. T.
aiul,lll la tbt
Some cattle In
Ilange on Lo.
eot creek, fnni
nlta. U I'HA Y.SKIt,
Vlnltn, I. T
on Illg CalMn
creek 7 tnllwi
wmI or wue-
Cattle of till;
J. 0. HOUAN,
Pryor Crook, Ind. Tor.
Swallow lork an9
nmlarlill In right ear
Ilange on I'rioi
W. H. NOBLES,
In eaah er
Ilange head ol
Falrlar.j, Ind. Ter.
anil anllt In
alopa In led.
weal or III.
Jacket, I, T,
BENEATH THE BANNER OF A STATE.
Tho Distinguished Author of that Recently Published But
Already Famous Book, Has Been Visiting
His Sister in Vinita.
NOW HE IS LIONIZED
Fotoil nnd Wined nnd Dined Mr.
nt All, nnd, Tolls tho Ohioftnin Rondors Why His Undofm
nblo DrcndMnkcs Ilia Position Upon tho Shouldors of Fnmo
Uncomfortable During tho Thirty Yonrs of His Life this
Litornry Gonitis and Olovor Wit Spont Twolvo of tho Poriods
Bchmd Stono Wnlls nnd Iron J)nrs BuiToring for tho Awful
Orltno of n Collogo Glnssmnto.
The literary lion of tho pollto
oast, wboe rocant publication
"Beneath the Banner ol the Stato,"
rapidly followed three weeks since
with "Madame O'Toolo'a Wit
and Other Bbort'Storios," causing
him to be wined, dined and feted
by intelligent Gotham and the
Hub, spent two wholo days (think
of it) in Vinitn without a singlo
person, other than hs relatives to
do liim homage.
Ho came quietly ho would
have it so and stayed closely in
doors of Ills sister's home where
he mot for the first lime his
brother-in law, a man known to
nearly evory person in Vinita; a
man who is prominent in social
and business affairs and whoso
residence hern dates from a period
between five and fifteen years ago.
Tho reason for not mentioning
tho name in the first line of tho
first paragraph of this publication
of what would ordinarily be, at
the most, a ten or twelve line
"personal," Is because of the fact
that tho Literary Lion of the day
has a history that might rlae up lo
euibarass his Bister, ono of tho
most estimable ladles of Vinita or
of tho entire country.
-The ntine of tb guest fs already1
known to lliue readers who keop
posted upon tbo latest literary pro
ductions through tho Reviews and
criticisms of tho literary edilorB of
the large metropolitan journal,
The nomo is nut as well known
to tbo maosea of thin section as it
will bo when his books are offered
for sale on our newutarxls which
may bo several months as the
presses of the publishing housu in
New York tiro lunning night and
day to eupply the eastern demand
for thn two works whose titles
have already been referred to, es
paclally "Beneath tho Binner of
The identity of Vinita's distin
guished visitor was atoldentaly
divulged lo tho writer at the time
of his departure at the Frisco de
pot by a gentleman, Mr. Millard,
of New York, who had come up
over tho Sapulpa branch after in
Bpoctjng the Texas oil fields for
himself and other capitalists. The
latter, upon seeing the Literary
Lion whom ho had met at the Un
ion League, Merchant's and other
clubs of New York, hastily raised
the window of his Pullman 00m
partment, and heartily invited the
Lion to join him, by shouting a
greeting and a question! "Eugeno
DuPree, whatever orb you doing
in this country, (Jetting material
for another good book, eh? Come
right in, my parly and I have the
Tho writor. approached tho Lion
and asked if ho tvoro tho author of
"Beneath the Banner of the State."
Ho answerod afilrmatively and
added quickly: "I prefer that
you would not mention my visit
in the Chieftain." The reporter
refused to promise, and was in
vitod to ride a few miles and listen
to reasons wby his visit to his sis
ter, Mrs. , should not be
printed us an item of news in
which tho publlo would likely
take an interest.
After the Lion had received a
oordial welcome from tho members
of the party, and been prcsonted
to those ho had not previously
met, he excused himself and, re
turning to .the reporter, told his
story and bad scarcely completed
the interesting tale when the train
reached Neosho where tho writer
bade him good.bye.
"Yes, I am Eugeno DuPree,"
he commenced with a slight tinge
of bitterness in his voice, "and the
success, wholly unexpected, of tbo
two books I have nlroady pub
lished is not sweot to mo, however
odd it may sound to say so, I
have been suddenly placed upon
tho shoulders of fame and feel in
constant dread, with an (indefina
BY EASTERN PEOPLE.
Eugono DuProo Likos it Not I
ble fear that I may wake up and
find tho doors of th oho who now
insist upon welcoming me and do
ing tne undeserved iiomago closed
"My namois really Eugene Du
Pree, but I have omitted my sur
name. I have been a convict and
was not released from tbo prison
that has been my home elnco 1889
until January 15, of this year. Tbo
book "Beneath tho Banner of the
State" was on tho press at tho
time of my-releaso.
"In 1889 1 was 18 years old and
was n member of the class of that
year in tho University of Minneso
ta, situated between the citios of
St. Paul and Minneapolis. I had
always been a harum-scarum obap
and had not changed any for the
better even at that ago. I do not
remember doing anything willul,
and it any prank with wbloh I was
connected cauiod a lues to the
victim I always made it good with
in a few days out of my generous
"I had just been elected vale
dictorian of my class oltrr a heated
rivalry betwoen myBelf and two
clasamalM wheo, with a parly, we
man, a grirar-wtorlrJa -4raetrfntsa Tin at dlielpaUon and
farm a short distance down the
river. While wo were cutting
plugs from the melons in order to
eelrcl tho ripest, the old man eur
prised us and, fearing he might
shoot, 1 held his wrists while my
comrades mado their escape Ho
ecreamod murder und yelled lust
ily but 1 bold on. When I re
leased him bo was so winded by
his exertions that he sank to the
"When ho recovered I pacified
him with a generous gift of money
and he assisted me in an unsuc
cessful search for my knife, drop
ped when ho came upon us plug
ging his choice melons.
"After a short talk I went to my
lodgings, to bed and to sleep. I
had no early lectures to attend so
slept ialo. I had no sooner fin
ished my toilet when my door flow
open and the frightened, ashy pale
face of my landlady stared at me.
finally bhe found vorde, beforo
bIio fainted, to buy. "0b My
God, 'Gepe, ofllcersare in tho par
lor wailing to arrest you for mur
der," "I walked down stairs with a
vague fear that J had got myself
into serious trouble but did not
anlicipalo how serious until tho
iron handcuffs had been placed on
my wrists and I was haled
through the jeoring crowd,already
gathered about (ho house, lo the
"I assorted my innoeenco as
strongly as I knew how JjuI I fear
that my dear, old widowed mother
waB the only ono who bad any
abiding faith in mo and believed
"I was supplied with a coterie
of tbo highest-priced lawyers and
my itother spent tho family fort
une in preparing for my defense.
At the trial my companions in the
melon raid told of the old man's
BcreLmu of murder and for help.
The university watchman testified
that Georgo E. Markham, another
classmate, had told him early in
the morning that ho believed some
of tho boys had hart tho old man
the night before. Tho ofllcer went
to the old man's oabln shortly
after daylight and found him mur
derod be was a ghastly sight
with blood spatterod all about from
a deep gash in bis throat, and
there was found the knife ray
knile that severed his jugular.
"My attorneys tried 16 rnako tho
point that the olothea of who6v3r
did the awful deed must havo ;of
necessity been spatterod with, the
lUe-bloodoflue old garden.? That
point was torn to pieces by tho el
oquenco of W. W. Erwin, who
wbb then tho prosecuting attornoy.
I After he had summed u,t thn damn-
log uvinno against in" he turned
to the jury, drawing hia fine
pli)i(UH to (oft height nnd raising
tits timid high uliove Ills head,
oliSed hi furriblw nrr-tlgiiment
Willi tho words In thunder loner:
'Wlmsoevrr man's "blood shall
shed by man shall his blood bo
Bhed,' Gentlemen of the jury,
Ibis is the command of lie who
created the poor, helpless old man
who was found sneltering in bis
own blood. It is the oommand of
Ho who hIbo created this heartless
murderer. The command of tho
atato ol Minnesota, gentlemen of
tho jury, Is that you retire and do
."In the momentary stillness
that followed, my mother gave on
almost Inau iblo moan and fell
Into my arms. She never regained
consciousness, and tho iury,either
having pity for her or becauee ol
my youth, returned a verdict sav
ing me from the gallows but con
signing mo to a life behind stone
walls and iron burs.
"After I was taken to the jail At
Stillwater, none of my Bisters vis
ited mo beoauso thoy moved away
after mother's death to live with
various relatives in distant states.
Through a prison visitor I suc
ceeded in causing the report to
bpre-d that I was dead. The news
papers published it for a fact and
the oflicials permitted it to remain
undented. Letters from my sisters
I marked 'dead' and sent back un
opened. "In the passage of months and
yoars I was forgotten. All tho
spare time I bad I devoted to read
ing and writing My coll mate had
friends who provided him with a
seleut library, to which I bad free
"In Djcember a party of newly
elected legislators who were inter
ested in getting a parole bill passed
by the January legislature in order
to secure the reloaso from prison)
01 toe lounger boys, vlslteu the
penitentiary. One of tho members
was Dr Beek, a former classmato
and one who had been with the
melon stealing party on tho fatal
night. Beforo I could turn away
he reoognUed me.
"Dr Beek did not tell me then,
hut he told the warden that Geo
crime, and that when dying four
yoars ago in the Episcopal lios
pital in Minneapolis, had confess
ed lo Dr. Beek, Rector Meade and
a nurso that he had found toy knife
and bad murdered the old man, bo
curing quite a sum he had saved
and hidden in the cabin.
"Believinc that I was dead the
confession was not made nubile.
In the oloding days of Gov. Lind's
administration an accumulation
of more important stato business
prevented my case being beard
Shortly after Captain Van Saul's
inauguration lael January as Gov
ernor of Minnesota, ho listened lo
a statement of tho facts, examined
the evidence and ordered my re
lease, "That is tbo ronton I did not
want my full namo published to
gether with tho fact that Mrs.
is my sister."
While Bervlng his unjust sen
tonce Mr. Du Pree, as the entire
Englieh-epeaking pcoplo will soon
know him, wroto four books. All
havo been accepted by tho pub
lishers with a handsome royally,
but only iwo havo so far reached
Tho beautiful diction and match
less pathos" oentalned in "Bvneath
tho Banner of tho Stato," can be
attributed to literary genius, but
however Mr. Du Preo could force
himself, wbilo suffering as an in
nocent man must suffer when
caged db a criminal, to indite such
passages or genuine humor and
place tho witticisms in the mouth
of one of the chief characters of
Ins really interesting bonk, is be
yond tbo ken of any ono acquaint
ed with his life's history.
The School qt Atlalr.
The national school at Adair
presided over by Mrs. Joanna
Duncan Is in a flourishing condi
tion, The membership Is 42 pu
pils with an nverago attendance of
82. Tbo roll of honor for the
month ending April filh was; Bet
tie Skinner, 98; Olive Warren, 03;
Beula Thomas, 90; Billlo Smith,
95; Bert Lenox, 90 Mary Skinner,
93; Jeesie Warren, 90; Rato Rog
ers, 90; Tommle Burnett, 90; Ed
Delozler, 90; Manford Delozlor,Q0;
Anna Burnett, 00; Harvey Lang
Committees of Hardware Men.
President Mowbray ,of tho Hard
ware and Vehicle Dealers' Assoni-
lion of the Indian Territory, whose
nexl meeting will bo hold at Vi
nita, has appointed the following
Executive committee B. 0.
Stretch, Vinita; S. T. Benlloy,
Durant; Fred Maddin, Muskogee;
J?E MoBrlde, Splro; J, B. Mc
Alester, South MoAlester.
'faflSyancn committee J. P.
SrallhTCaddoj J. 8"perry, Coal
gate; Jamea Darrough, Vinita
Insurance commltteo W. A.
BrUoo, EufaulaiJ. B Soraccine.
I Ardmoro, Thos. Hamm, Salllsaw.
Taken by Those Who Advo
cate tho Ratification
- kf tho Treaty,
HITCHCOCK NOT IN IT
When MCornes to Asserting Over
Ills Jnaluro that Ho Would
IloldVjjlat theLeasirciauso Does
Not Mjlan Anything as it Was
Claimed He Would.
Tho gentlemen who are urging
tho ratification of tho pending
treaty are depending greatly fo:
argument upon their assertion that
tho department of tho Interior will
consider, in case the treaty carries,
that tbe mineral lease claubo does
not mean anything and has no ef
fect ono way or the othpr.
Tbo aesortlon has been freely
mado that Secretary Hitchcock
had so stated, and would willingly
make such an announcement oyer
his own signature.
THIS THE BECItETAUY DECLINES, TO
DO. HE bAIlE NOT COl'JIIT TIE flE,.
I-AllTJIEOT TO ANY BUQIt ASSERTION.
The fjhieftain has been con
domnd in certain quarters where
the oil tnagnatos wield tho whip,
because it continues to publish the
fact lha the mineral clause does
mean something, and that it was
inserted in the treaty by tbe oil
interests to defraud the Cherokees.
Wo were urrted to apply to Sec
retary Hitchcock and were assured
thai he would commit tho' de
partment with a statement that
the clause "means nothing." In
consequence a lolegram was sent
him as follows:
Vinita, I. T., April 10, looq.
To the Secretary qf the Inferior,
Washington, D. C.
If tuefCbcrokee treaty- is mtjfied will
you raMMtce oil and mineral
wetf . D. M. Marbb.
Today tbo answer was flashed
back over tho wires:
Washinotonj D. C, April n.
D. M. JIarrs, Vinita, I. T..
ine uepartuicnt cannot express any
opinion upon the oil leases with a view
to inlhtcndng ratification or rejection of
the treaty. 14. A. HITCHCOCK,
Secretary of the Interior.
A Study In Fiction.
Sherlock Holmos eat looking
out of his window in Thrums
wanderlnc il the Heavenly Twins
could help him solyp the mystery
concerning Pr. Jekell and Mr.
Hyde, when be noticed his nelce
Lucile had drawn her boat "White
Wingo" upon tbe bank and was
hastily coming up the bank, who,
seeing she had attracted bis atten
tion, paused beside the bonny
brier bush and excitedly pointed
towards Treasure Island whero
threo men in n boat could plainly
be seen making a landing.
"Well," said Sherlock to bip
self, "views afoot aro moro to the
point than theso observations from
my study windows. I'll take a
tramp abroad." He choso a road
thro' Sleepy Hollow, and with
Btrides that would have taken him
Irom tho earth to tbo moon in 80
days, lie soon reached the wayside
inn where old Rip Van Winkle
and Uncle Romus and Jan Ved
der's wife were excitedly talking
about a stranger who had unex
pectedly appeared, riding Blaok
Beauty, and had swum tho river
and was now almost at the sum
mit i.f tbe hill on the island. "Ah,
just as I expected," said Sherlock
tohiniBelfas ho eaw the horse
man disappear. Ho returned by
a path by the river from which he
could seo Undo Tom's Cabin ol
most covered with rosea. In the
yard a gay, happy company of lit
tle men and women wero at play,
Thero was little Lord Fauntleroy
and airy, frjlry Lillian under tho
the caro of the old fashioned girl
Armarlndn, and under the three
oaks sentimontal Tommy and
Evangoline were playing keeping
hnuao. 'through the open door
8herlock caught a gllmpso of
Samantha Allen and Glory and
John Storm chatting pleasantly
over tho teacups.
Sherlock passed on, a misty
tenderness was in his eyas as ho
recalled the days when ho, too,
lived olose to nature's heart.
Night found Sherlook again at
the wayside inn. All was quiet
now. Thin was the nearest point
from whioh to reach tho island.
Ho noiselotsly looBencd a boat and
rowed across; he hastily ascended
tho hill until bo reached Bleak
House where he Inquired of the
housekeeper Becky Sharp, for Ru
per of Heutoau. She informed
him that Rupert,was not there. He
passed the burn as he left the
house, and saw his old acquain
tance Black Beauty; then, being
an expert palh finder ho found his
way down the opposite side of tbo
Island. "I have mot all sorts and
conditions of mon on tho main
traveled roads of life but I must
Bay thlB Is a raro avis," said Shtr
lock to himself as he noiselessly
and swiftly mado his way down
the hill side.
buddeply ho camo In eight of
the House of Seven Gables, tho
summer home o( tho Count of
Monlo Crlslo. It was brillanlly
lighted nnd thro a large open
window could bo seen the oount
himself nnd three visitors, and
half way betwoen Sherlock and tho
bouse in tho shadow of a large
blaok rock crouched Rupert of
Heuteau evidently intont on gain
ing aomo of tho count's hard cash.
Rupert cautiously raised his re
volver and aimed at tho count. At
the sarao instant tho tiger sprang
between the lighted window and
himself and a beautiful lady rose
up from a low seat at tho courtt's
Bide, Rupert's hand dropped, and
Sherlock had reached his side and
made him prisoner. The count's
life was saved and no one knows
whether R was duo to tne lady or
the tiger The lady was Marcella,
the count's beautiful daughter,
and the tiger wob a pet which bad
been secured in Darkest Africa,
when very young. The visitors of
the count wero nono olber than
tho eccentric David Harum, the
well knovvn and .well beloved
David Corperfield, and the dusky
philosopher Paotolus Prim.
What their business was with
the Count of Monte Oristo we may
never know unless Sherlock
Holmes Bees fit sometime to di
vulge trie secret.
M. 0. Sthetcii.
Note. Tho object In the nboyo
study Is to And the allusions and rItc
the namo ot tho authon whose
wurks are mentioned.
Court to Convene May 13.
The following gontlemon iavo been
selected by the Jury commissioners,
W. II. Darrough, W. II. CurtU and
Ira It. Dodds, to serve as tho urand
Jury at tho May term of the fodoral
court jVj be convened In Vinita May 13:
S. G. Vlolor, AfUin, I. T.
It. J. Luuday, Sr., Need more.
T. J. Munroe, Alton.
Johnathan Gore, Itluejaeket
Sam NldllTor, airland.
John Chandler, Vinita.
Arthur Chamborlalo, Vinita.
Andewon Keeo, OoCeyTlllc, Kan.
Sam McSiiuddeti, Chelsea.
James Randall, Kowata.
B. F. Woodall, Dcwoy.
J. 0. Mcnlfoe, Sapulpa.
W. T. Wbltakor, Prjor Creek.
Charles Crane, Ilrlstow.
Joss Huffman, Tulsa.
Old Man Cherry, Red Fork.
Thn alternate grand Jurors arc:
Joo Buchanan, Kansas, I. T.
Will Mayos, Grove.
R. R. Goldsborough, Sapulpa.
S. C. Wajoner, Kelleyvlluj.
Hnrason Jones, Kelleyrllle.
bam Wycofl, Lcuepah.
Lon Conner. Fairland.
II. P. Wation, Vinita.
Tho list from which the trial or pet
It Jurors, will bo colooted contains tbo
ThoniaS Ilallurd, Afton,
JohnQountrymun, Sr., ttoeduiore,
W. T. Davis, Kotchum.
Georgo Armstrong, Alton.
B. S. Lnndrum, Klaus.
G. V. Wlllaui. Afton.
Goorge Vann, Lenunah.
Kd. NldllTor, Afton.
Henry Sutton, Oroya.
Ileo llllderhrand, Vinita.
Win. Ikker, Vinita.
John Warren, Adair.
John Nolson, Ruby.
Josco Draw, Vluita.
Sam Querry, Tub,,
J. I Campbell, Alluwo.
Oliver Coverdulo, Ohafllc.
Old Man Fuught, SapuUpa.
Joseph Bruner, Sapulpa.
Zimmerman Cattleman, Kelloyvlllc,
Joaopu Donton, Sapulpa.
Scott HutUiie, Kelloyvlllo,
A. G. Murray, Ofttoosa,
John Butlor, Dig Cabin.
The alternato petit Jurors aro:
Will Feltoq, Afton.
Bud Landruru, Vinita.
Joo Muskrat, Alton
Cornelias Alan, Sapulpa.
Joseph Thompson, Sapulpa,
Harrison Jones, Sapulpa.
Daud Uurton, Ccnsvllle.
Louis Drown, Vinita.
John Lynch, Spuvlmw.
J. II. Dickson, Big CubJn.
W. W. Hanson, Pryor Ueek.
Henry Ballard, Vlnltu.
These Men Want Divorces.
Two mon who havo found marriage
to bo a failure, or who did not provo
boroo lo their wIyw who deserted
thorn fur various cuuo) not alleged In
tbo complaint, hao tllod action in tbo
federal court for divorce Both mon
llvouearChchoa. J. P. Mauley wants
a legal separation from his wife Wat-
tlo and W. J Jackmau states that
Ida Jackmau is lit wlfo in namo nnlv
und ho want tho bunds h vcrcfi
All the Chickens, Turkeys, Geese, Eggs,
and all Country Produce to.be sold.
ITbe IRansas llbutual
Is an Old Lino Company, with promium rates bnsod on tho Ac
tuaries' Tnblo of Mortality. Paid poucy-holdors in death
claims, clividonds, and surrondor dw TOO POrf HO
valuoa to Jnnunry 1, 1901 $l,xOZtt)0 1 ,J
THE KANSAS MUTUAL LIFE
Is a Wostorn Company, healthy, vigorous and aggrcsslvo, firmly
established, woll managed and financially strong.
It's favorablo location enables it to invest it-'s funds in tho
host possiblo classes of securities as to safety, nnd at the samo
timo to rualizo tho highest rates of intorcst on investments, thus
enabling it to return to it's policy-holders the largest dividonds.
Tlit condition which obtains relative to our mortgago loans
and duration, in that the Company lias never since its incoptlon
lorccioacu a smgio mortgage. Tno securities bear interest nt
from six to eight por cont ; chiefly sovon per cont.
Business prudonco and porsonal intoross conspiro to induco
men ovory whoro to securo thoir lifo insuranco as fnr as practica
ble in Wostorn companies, of which THE KANSAS MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Topoka, ranks among tho
For full information, as to exact cost at your ago, or; any
othor information pertaining to lifo insuranco, tho samo will bo
oliQorfully given by calling on or addressing
JOS. P. SCOTT, Genl. Agt.
VINITA. IND. TBR.
N. B. Up-to-dato contraots can bo had by a fow gocd mon
who can produco business in tho Indian Torritory.
...Meals and Short Orders Day op NighfL.
Oysters, Fish, Oame, Poultry In Season.
Everything First-Class and at floderatc Prices.
Cobb Hotel L-uiicb. Counter
Around the Corner South ol Mala Hotel entrance.
WILL, DEVING, Hanngcr. J. H. ARTGR, Proprietor.
A. N. GREEN
Carries a full line of
PLOWS, HARROWS, IICULTSVAT
ORS, CORN PLANTERS.
Everything Used by
SEE SAMPLES BEFORE BUYINO.
- fl. It Green, Opposite Green Hofel.
You Certainly Do Desire the Best.
-Best Service in Vinita.
theJUp - to - Date Farmer.