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Ililfrrs and "''"n .n
The Season of 1901
At W. B. Raines' livery turn, opposite U.
S. court house, Vinita, Indian Territory.
Service fee f 10.00 to Insure living colt,
payable when colt is foaled, or when the
mare indisposed of or removed from the
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Fulling Power. Hlcht Losses.
and nil disorders arising from
uvorworK, anuses ana excesses.
KutorM Wuk Mn Jo Vigonxu MinhooJ.
KuiUmI nhu'iM not be confounded
wiin mo many frirtuem ucmtniim now
cnibomarkeL MJJIcnicdySaU 011 Honor.
Iloi of MTflWiU liy mull 3Q0.
IIH I V4 Purltowtim, iMyiDoutr vVl.
A great many towns up tho line
have b6n wdrryinj? about wnai
town would bo the furlunnlo one
in securing tho now division point
of the Mt-inphir-Friecn south of
Kurt Scott. Sxpulpa tins fell sure
of this nil llio linn- and (hit fol
lowing from tho Springfield L-nd.
er-Democrnt of recent (Ulc throws
a little more light on the tnattei:
"Work hits been coir me need on
construction 011 the lino of road
from Miami to Afton, I. T to
connect tho Memphis and FHbco
lino nnd t litis complete tht- pru
posed new Texso roulo from Kan
sits City through Fort Scott, nntl
Superintendent Mitchell of ilie
Memphis road fnys trulns will bo
running to Texas over that lino by
L the middle of July or first of Au.
Trainmen who run to Miami
from Fort Scott say a largo force
of men nnd teams are at work on
the grado for the approaches to
the bridge. It will be a very long,
span, moasuring 800 feel or moro.
"There is considerable specula
tion as to where the next division
point south of Fort Scott will bo
on the now line. It is thought
IhatSspulpa, I. T., will get this
prize. That is on Ore Sherman,
Texas division ofUie Frisco, about
midway between Fori Scott and
Sapulpa is a natural division
point nnd the most Important di.
vision on thf. Frisco system and
will, always bo.iinpe it is centrally
looted. The Frisco company line
received iti.tfij aid from S.
a right (0
l. 1 . 'T SS.X r .
iiiu-luwn irumrwio xrico com
pany. Among others, it expects
to see a magnificent new depot
and Harvey eating house co un
here very soon, and moro yards
anJ more crews put on in tho very
near future. Just keep your eye
on Sapulpa. Qapulpa Democrat.
gathered with a moderate
fruit ami slock doing well.
Creek Over tho northern por
tion corn cultivation nnd coitmi
chopping are in progress, with
crops coming up to a good staitil;
nuts making slow growth; grafe is
fine and stock is doing well; fruit
Over the central portion cool
weather retarded cullivailbii, and
crops art coming up to fair to
good Manila; ground fine fur culti
vation; potatoee looking fine; fruit
and Block in excellent condition.
Over the southern portion corn
and'Giitlnn are growing faM; corn
fine, but notion n Utile backward
nnd foul; potatoes, garden, fruit
and Block doing well; potatoes
ready tor use
VOL. XIX. NO 41
WHY MAKE A TREATY?
Too-Qua-Stee Denies the Accusa
tion of Heine a Cynic.
SACRED HEART PATRONS
Listened to the Rendition of an Ex
jgreal- thing fori
A Three qaya Carnival of Amuse,
ment and Recreation Next Month.
J. T. Bracked is arranging for
an elaborate barbecue and celebra
tion at his farm two miles east oi
town on tut. 3rd, 4th and 61I1 of
July. A roping contest, races,
boating, baso ball atfd other
amusements will be features of the
occasion. Speakers wi'l be se
cured und publlo addresses will
be delivered each day. Mr.
Dracketl lias about two miles of
water in Little Cabin suitable for
boating, and is building a small
steamer for llio occasion, lie hoe
a fine belt of timber on tho north
bank, of the stream which affords
abun'dunt shade, and is one of the
finest places in the whole country
for nu old time barbecue and pic
nic. The country will be billed
and the celebration fully adver
tibed The Hip Pocket Arsenal.
In a recent charge to a grand
jury Judge Thomas said:
"next to whiskey, the most
Iruitful source of crime is carrying
concealed weapons You may
make up your minds that if a man
goes around wilh a cannon hitched
to him, that fellow is either a
coward or a criminal, You may
think that pretty plain talk. An
honest, law-abiding citizen has no
reason" to carry weapons In this
Christian day, and -the man who
puts on a pistol, concealing it, and
carrying It around, advertises him
self as a coward at heart. II pis
tola were not carried around there
would not bo half so much shoot
ing done. It is against the law to
carry concealed weapons, knucks,
knives or pistole; and it Is your
duty to see that a stop is nut to
Crop Report. .
8enecis-0ttawa Wheat heading
out good; flax up well; millet be
ing sown; gardens doing well; too
cold for corn,
Cherokee Over tho northern
portion oats and wheat made much
improvement, and promise a fair
yield; corn late, but looking well,
and being cultivated; cherries and
strawbirries ripening, and f r til t in
good condition; Muck doing well,
Over the central portion wnat
looks Well; corn that is up 1st do
ing wetl some just planted; tjon
slderablv cotton lining planted;
stock UJoing well. .
Over Hip southern portion o'
and cotton are growing rapM
bwt nned cultivation) oats '-''
The closing exercises at the
optra houio Thursday of the Cath
olic school were largely attended
and full of interest. Tho pupils
who took part in the entertain,
ment showed careful training and
all acquitted 'themselves crodiln
blj. Followitg is a list of the
Gold medal, first excellence
senior department, awarded to
Miss Blanche. IIuuoli.
Gold medal, second excellence
junior department, Master Felix
Gold medal for arithmetic, Miss
Silver medal for plain and or
namental needle work, Miss Maud
Gold medal fur music, Miss Es
jsTfor music, Mies
it . 11 1 mS-mm ..
An Old Relic. '"
While exploring among
rocks near Grand river nbout
miles abovo the old garrison
dhy last week, Walter Bowden
found an old relio of other days in
the form of a homemade bowie
knife, the blade being eight or ten
inches' in length. Tho handle had
decayed by the hand ol time and
the blade itself which was curved,
was covered with rust. Three
rivels protruded where the handle
had been. On the blado in plain
letters was deeply engraved the
namfr"J Puol." Whether that
was Hie name of (he maker or
owner Is hard to tell, and how it
came there is a matter of con
jecture only; but at any rale it is
an old relic and had beon there
for innny years.. Its owner might
have been a hunter or one of those
desperaie characters that Infested
this country in early days, when
so many outlaws sought shelter iu
these wilds. Fort Gibson Post.
Editor Chieftain:-1 lake the
the following from The Leader,
dated May 3Uih:
"And so Too-Qua-Stce wants no
treaty atoll. Well, well, well I Ho
must, be like Dltuciici who went
aliout nt liluli nooi. with a I .intern
looking fur (an honest) man. On an
other iicohI'iii ho told Alexnnlcr too
GiojI that nit lie wanted was to be
lot alone, that he would bo salUtlcd
If Alexander would getoutof hi sun
Khino so that bo could mend tho tub
ho lived in. Our'lWQua-SUe must
lie such 11 cynic, lie audit no good In
any treaty plun.'
Friend Loader ought not to have
clipped the etnry. I have taken
the liberty to restore, the clasettH
text by using ibe, above pa
Charles Pieice, one and a half
miles north of Briggs, has one of
me nnest places in the country
1000 aoreB in a body, 600 in hay.
He has a Iwo-slorv dwelllnr? in n
nico grove, with a wido porch clear
arouna mo upper story, with a
fine view ol the surrounding coun
try. A rustic bridge back of the
house spans a ravine, with large
pond above, containing several
verities of fine fish. Beyond is a
fine orchard. He has 200 sheep,
horses, cattle nnd mules. Ho is
an adopted citizen and has n fam
ily oi 10 This man has proved
himsolfu useful member ol eoci
ely, by causing the wilderness to
abound in plenty that is useful to
man. Fort Gibson Post.
Mayor Shanahan is considering
the advisability of submitting a
proposition lo the voters of this
municipality on the subject of
waterworks. The proposition in
contemplation provides for the
levy of a one per cent advalorem
tax for meeting the expense of a
system of waterworks for the oily
to be owned and operated by the
city. This is .perhaps the best
method of obtaining this much
needed publlo utility. The town
ought to have protection against
fire and with our available water
supply there is no good reason
why wo Bhould not have ample
protection. It is a poor business
polloy In run the risk of having
Urn town burned up when it could
bo rendered practically eufo by the
expenditure of a few thousand dollars.
Thirty years ago witnessed the
closo of the niont sanguinary con-
met in modem limes. Tho tat
tertd Hags of two armies were
fariyiud a quarter oi a million
metffretMjad to their neglected
bJflfB add to. k up again the bur
den of civil hfo. Tho fissure In
tb. rjatlon'H life has been neld
wt'i the aoililns hunt of ituis,
But why should he call ro a
"cynic? ' Am I to be regarded aB
doggish simply because soy upa
science happens to be so shaped
as to render it impossible for me
lo "stand in." with a crowd of fel
lows who propose to ' 'agree1' tbo
pQor Chorokee people out of a few
millions of their Itit property?
'lho attempt lo.run a parallel
between Tt. Qua gteu and the
Greek philosopi zr ,&l Beeras to
me, an entirt laihl. Diogenes
lived among a .-ata. uf men who
were too moraily depraved and
sordid to lfolenVfb the voice of
reason; to defend the cause oi
truth among them, rational meth
ods were unavailing, it required
the ferocily of the dog tbo same
kind of argument lha' accoramo-
d-tes itself to the moral and in-'
Ulleclual capacity of a naok of
wolves that aro meditating an 'at-!
tack upon a cote of lambs.
9, no, friend Leader. TfGhW
1fie Is nofoymw'wfiisAjiV
... " . MK ""
arklndly tpwartiJSriFBnd all 111
rest of mankind just ua kindly as
an early spring morning, all frag
rant wilh roses and sparkling
wilh dewdrops. But if you haQ
called him a fenrlese defender of
what he thought waB right, and a
reckless denouncer of what be un
derstood to be wrong, you would
have come pretty near hitting tbo
nail on the head.
No; Tooqua-Btee is not cynical;
ho does not mean to be. He has
not deemed (he lime as yet come
when it would be in place lo deal
in cynicisms. He has not entirely
lost faith in the character ol the
men who diflor from him on mat
ters involved in our Indian ques
tion. While it is true that no
treaty man has ever ventured to
aselgn, outside of his own breast,
any reason for m?king a treaty,
Tooqua s'.ee still lives in hope
that, among the great host of in
telligent gentlemen on that side ol
the issue, there may ynt spring up
some one who is able to give an
intelligible account of the faith
that is in him. A "still bunt" is
always cowardly and abominable.
Come, friend Leader, do us a
favor; cant you speak for the treaty
men, and, for their benefit, point
out borne honorable motive for
milking a treaty? You can sneer,
(if I do not misinterpret your
manner,) at Too qua Blee's recu-
sancy; pleaen quit that kind of
business, and, wilh some sort of
benevolent use of sense, try to con
vince the old Indian of his error
lead him by rational means to see
that it is all right, just, and holy,
as a preliminary step toallotment,
to Bcoop out of the common Cher
okee estate a few millions' worth
for the benefit of tho townBlters
as mere a compliment to their su
perior proviousness, and he will
not only bo In favor of a treaty,
but the very first at the polls to
vole for Its ratification.
44 a single gmion 'hWb
lias (tuotigh to "bruU away the
There is uot nearly so, much
drinking to excess as there was a
decade ago. Then It was not an
uncommon thing to find half a
dozen or more men in every coun
try town who. were going down
the straight road to hell by the
whiskey route. Now wo-have few
drunkards; few men In lha ditch
and few fights and brollB. There
are plenty of men who take a
drink, and once in awhile one
meets an old eoak who drinks too
much, but there Is a vast Improve
ment. Judge Gill's address at tho close
of the Memorial services at the
court house Thursday was pleas
ing 10 ins audionco and full of
meaning withal. Ho said, among
other thingb, in substance, that be
was glad that lie lived at a time,
and among a people broad' onouab
fWfl bjg oqough to forgUpl -dif.
isrtmpes The slgUt 0l old
aolillara rthq Wore the blue nnd
Ing Hile and scattering flowers
upon the graves of their dead com
rades without distinction, Im
pressed him deeply.
A New Cafe.
Walter Beaumont, tho successful
rc-tiurnntcur, who has had chargo
of the Gem restaurant for sinio lime,
has purchased of J. L. Sherwood the
Model restaurant In tltol'alton build.
log, and will take ch.irgo of fame
July l,t.' Mr. He turnout U un ox
peiicncod man In hl Hoc, and pro
poses to spare neither pain nor ex
penses In making the New Molol the
best placo to be found this side of
Kansas City. New and stylish furnl-lure-
will be purchaicd, and tho build
ing rcmodolcil so so as so ns to make
It tasty ai.d convenient. Ho goes to
ttoJrcc City this afttrnoon to bring
W rtlnilIy hcro l0 rc,ldo PO'mjiicnt
WAP"a" Gem restaurant will bo closed
nr.Tuly the first when tho New
Mod, will bo opened. HopropoUo
wake It a piuco where the most fas-
noious epicure can Hnd something to
his tiUe, and at the same tlrao a
place where the farmer and transclcnt
mun cm ucl a nice rucal.
No sv Is the Time for Action.
ft I. .a. .
inert win lc a call meeting of
the citlisns of the Cherokee
nation, at Welch. I. T. . Smnr.in.,
Juno 8, at 2 o'clock n. m., to draft
reflations to bo presented to the
Dawes commUMon .regarding a new
eaiy. vro aojlro to luvo every
voter In reach of Welch present and
get the opinion of each and everyone
in regard to tho settlement of tho af
fairs of the Cherokee nation, and put
ting tho true condition of our country
buforc ccngrws. The lime Is now
rlpo for us to take action, and by do
ing so we will realize moro favors
from the federal government than wc
would should we hold back and net
assist in the tettlcmentof'tlio affairs
of tho country. Someone, come all,
and let us mako one more grand cf
frt to do our country, our Dconle. nur
inillle und our posterity ono of the
notdcbt deeds that was every done lo
mankind, that of seeing Jutlce done
A Large Attendance Witness
The Decoration Day ceremo
nies diew a large crowd lo the
cemetery Thursday. A procession
numbering several hundred, led
by the Vinita band, discoursing in
sweet strains "Noaror my God to
Thee," entered lho grounds nt
The decoration of graves began,
after appropriate ceremonies, with
the strewing of fliwers upon tho
grave of an unknown soldier All
the graves of soldiers, of botli tho
bluo and tho grey, wore alike
covered wilh flowors. Thoro are
about thirty soldiers buried here,
and nearly as many Conlederjte
At 2 o'clook p. m. the exercises
wero concluded al the United
States court room, whoro addresses
wero delivered by Judge Z. T.
Wtlrond, of Muskogee, nnd Rev.
Thco. Johnson, of this city.
a Boor, helpless and opprcued people.
Mr (irriftj- (if (nmilll. nn- .....
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. Moonlight Picnic.
Tinitu. a moonlight picnic tool
piste at Brackett's farm in which
a large number of our best nni
Jolllwt young people Joined and
bad u royul goid time. Tho
evening was perfect and Mr.
Brackctt with his usual thoughtful.
ncss bad evcrythlnir ready for the
pleasure of all. Tho evcnlnc was
spent In boat riding, swinging and
pleasant conversation. The cvenlnir
pawed quickly, midnight coming loo
soon. Mr. and Mrs. 13. N. Itatcllff
and Mr. and Mm. Geo. Nldlffer chap
eroned the company. A most
excellent supper had been 'pre
pared by the ladles and each
and every ono felt that they had boen
entertained m a most dcllnhtful
Cow Thief Caught.
Clly Marshal Ledbettcr late Thurs.
day afternoon arroate.l a man at
Nichols' butcher shop charcod with
stealing a two-year old heifer from C.
w. i'oolc at Chelsea. He had sold the
animal to Gus Nichols and was In tho
act or giving a bill of sale when ar
rested. He signed lit name to thn
bill of sale at "W. D. Pearson." but
alter bis arrest said his name was
John Duncan und acknowledged to
uio tocit. no stated that ho stole
the animal from Chas. Poole's herd,
and said that It was his flrt offenso
and would bo bis last. He, was lodged
In Jail and today held by the commls.
sloncrto tho grand Jury at Wagoner,
and will bo taken to Muskogee Jail to-
In Cheatham's Laxative Chill Tonic
(talbct form) Is the greatest combina
tion of effectiveness and oon venienm
known. Curry a box In your vest
pocket and taken as occasion requires
and you will be Immune from all ma
larial troubles. Sato, swift and suro.
Guaranteed to euro. Onlv 25 cents
per box. w
There Is moro Catarrh In this sec
tion of the country than all other di
seases put together; and until tho last
row years was supposop to be incura
ble. For a great many yean doctor
pronouncoi It a local plsousc, and
prescribe! lowl rcmodlas.aml hvi-nn.
stantlv fallliiL' to cum win. i-i
ireairaoni, prOUOUnCOdlt Innnmhl.
Science has proven catarrh to bo a
constitutional disease, and therefore
requires constitutional tro-itniont.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
V. J- Cheney &, Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is
tho only constitutional cure on thn
market. It Is taken Internally m
doses froai 10 drops to a twnpoouful.
It acts directly on the blood and tnu
cous Durfacoi of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case
It falls to cure, gend for circular
and testimonies. Address,
P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists. 76c. Hall's Pdmliv
Jills arc tbo best. w
AH BRAND NEW; no carricd-ovcr stock;
no old goods at
Ed. ff. Lee ManufactiiPing &'s.
&i!x2L A Compltt Line ol JtSSSJlfeji
W I Fishing Tackle! W&
"""'"'"M"'" 1 n ai naa ,, H VaaaMee. I
Is tho best Itofrigorator inndo. Wo have it.
It is tho boat for tho ronson that it ran bo
oasily nnd thoroughly cloanod. Ice chamber
and fluaa lift out, giving froo nccoss to all
parts. "Vo havo a full lino of both tho tilo
and motal lined. Also
Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers,
Ice Picks and Chisels,
Ice Cream Freezers,
And Lemonade Shakes.
Screen doora and acrceii wire, spring hinges and door
springs. In n few days we will have the fnnioua Iusurance
Gasoline Stove, really the only safe gasoline stove made.
See it and be convinced. And don't forget tve still have a
Isew Modern Souim? Machine, drnn IimiI and fn ,,.,
SeUs!J(iDer rWn tele-grarofisT--f
Tenn , stating tlurhIsbroflier7TfelWr
Skinner of this city, woo first rnlza
yestsrday at the .roping contest.
xiraoajji seconds. This Is within
half a second of tho world's record, It
being 32 seconds. Hurrah for Hcber
and the Iudlan Territory. Whenever
a territory boy don't "get to tho
front" somothlng is wrong. Hobor
and his friends have lust oautc to bo
proud, and we hope to hear of him
lowing the rcoord yet The prize was
God's Message to tbj Indians.
Pamphlet frco, postpaid. Address P.
O. Box 8M, Chicago. 39-llw
National School Closing.
Tho spring term of tho Chorokee
National sehool closud last week. The
term was a very successful ono, as the
appened roll of houor will attest.
Mr. J. 0. Anderson has conducted
the tchoul undtr great dlilloultles, as
the building was not a suitable one
and tho lerm be.'an late Uoll of
honor for month ending May 31:
Cleveland Knight Vn
Gladys Andorson 93
Mollle Housoly ' ' C
AitleCobb ". ' .V.' ui2-5
Emma McOanmiout 02
Helen Anderson oi
Dew Knight 00
Lawrcnco C. Thomas 00
Sold Wheat Crop.
W. M. Smith, the big whoat raiser
of near Alluwe, Is In tho city attend
ing tho closing cxcrcUes of the Cath
olic school nt which bis daughter Is a
pupil. Mr. Smith sold to E. N. Hat
cliff Thursday hi latt soaton's whoat
crop consisting of two thousand and
eight hundred bushels at sixty-two
cents a bushel. Ho says lio-ncver saw
a Uaor prospect for whoat and other
crops than there Is now in hU neighborhood.
We have just received from the factory a full line of Scis
sors and Shears under our own brand, and will be sold on
an unconditional guarantee.
Ed Lee MfCo.,
Sleepless and Restless Hustlers for Business.
f : Specialpggirji
iu Hiiveriise my uwnHanaworlc,
Shell and Bead Jewelry.
Free, a pretty scarf pin with every watch chain worth $1.00
I'ree, a nice pair of shell buttons with eoery chain worth 1.35
Free, a cat's eye ring with every chain worth i.So
Free, a neat shell stick, pin with every purchase of of .-.50c to 75c
Remember I guarantee every article to give satisfaction and repair same free
of charge for one year. Raymond Building.
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some treatment affords Instant relief, permits rest and sleep in the
severest forms of eczema and other Itching, burning and scaly
humors of the skin, scalp and blood, and points to a speedy, per
manent and economical cure when all else falls. Price, THE SET,
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There is iiothing iu which a housewife takes greater pride than the
appearance of her rooms. Now, if you will come to MING'S you
can find so many little thiugs tltat will beautify your home. Beat ot
all are our little prices. It's "getoutof doors" time and you will
need a new chair for your veranda. We have some elegant chairs,
big chairs for big folks and little chairs for little folks. Our prices
are very modest. 04e our line of
SOFAS AND COUCHES.
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fine line Coffins and Caskets,
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