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Corn Is Felliotr on the street today from wauon at 33 cents a bushel. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crockett, of Blue- If You Want Your Orders Delivered PRO HP TL Y Bring: Them to Us TV,- A aTT TCIL2D i i tcket, spent yesterday In Vlolta. 0 ( 3 The E-tlln furniture store has beeo sold to Mr. Stevens, of Oklahoma. ',, The Cherokee National bank dis tributed r-orae very artistic calanders .todayAv;.':'!,;;v , ' : , -The Dumber of applicants for houi-es ( I (J to rent these days la beyond all precl- .1 . . , -'V '! deut In Vinita. J i We do not get tbe brei we sell from V s ? Wl SUALLY people like to vj know th surroundings of what they eat. A visit, to our store willt corivince you that everything we have is fresh, and clean, See our new line of China for the, holidays TAYLOR Ci LAWRENCE TELEPHONE 66 R A T C L I F F S 0 hp ST A, N D. a ... . ........... - ) i .... . T7icii; cygny, veek some other town we bke every d;, Home Bakery; ' ' ' - 72, . ThellQmo Bakery lyjn all iltssup-i plie.8 In Vinita and is strictly a botue ( concern, wild fcooo always rrpsu. JtSf Spjitb and wife have, gone" to housekeeping In tbe dwelling across tbe street from Marshal Ledbetter's. . Mrs, John Campbell and babv re turned borne this morning from s two wteks vteit wltb friends' in tbe nortb. , "' ' - . . - A kidney or bladder trouble can al ways be cured by using Foley's Kid n ey Cure iu time. Sold by People's drug store, flw Wa do tot ship our bread froul otber town; and lanofe tore days old when you get.lt , W$ bakaoveay, rix uome Bakery. 72 FOWLER, the perma nent photographer ; for permanent photoprahs. Mrs. Josh Bowers from ne'ar Okla homa City was here yesterday eoroutB to Auajr io visit ner parents, Mr. ana tars. Goad.' 1 v it Tkt iimt RapaMteta Papr ! A arnica Craat Paper at OeWerM OWE DOLLAR A YEAR Almost equal to a Daily at the price of a Weekly. The latest telegraob ic news from all the wurld every Tuesday and Friday. Full and correct market reports. A great variety of interesting and instructive reading matter for every member of the family: Unequaled as a newspaper and Home Journal. Two papers every week, One Dollar a Year SAMPLE COPIES FRER. )o)c Daily Globe-Democrat II -1 : r. . . , . ! bands of every reader of any daily newspaper. Price, by Mail, Postage Prepaid. i ( K Big Reduction in Furs, Clpaks, and all Ladies' Keaay-made Garments 1 'V t ! f II Daily, Including Sunday One Year $6 00 6 Months f3 00 3 Months .'...11.50 Daily, Without Sunday One Year 14.00 6 Months 12 00 I Months..... ....$!. 00 Sunday Edition, 48 to 60 Pages One Year t2 00 6 Months ..il 00 Don't be iaiDOsed uDon bir taking r. . , p . substitutes offered fur Foley's? Honey and; Tac. Suld by People's' drug The Cherokee towosita commission left on the noun train for Bluejacket to finish the appral-ment of lots at that town Do not let our competitors mislead fou by telling you they are celling tbe America Held fencing. i We are tbe sole agents , for the best bog fence maoe. uarrougn Hardware Co. , The People's drugstore bas put In new line of spectaclef, gold, sa)uml- nun ana steel frames. , We make no charges tor fitting glasses to eyes. : Mrs. M. M. Edmlstou's condition is growing more t-erlous, tbe physi cians in. attendance having al most abandoned hope of ber recovery Pliny L. Soper bas received an tnv iauua io oe present aria deliver an address at tbe single statehood oon- vc ntlon to be held at Oklahoma City Attorney Edfcar Smith Says It Will next weeK. s Qo to the Courts u.m.vmcii, 4 rtniimn TT. ( L C3i i;uup. U IUUUI U l.M. Ill H Jl W 1 f 1 I II IF 1 else to be found In a first-class bakerv th tht orneyB appointed by go to the Home Bakery, second n00r Chief Buffi ngton n represent the Miuth of potofflce. Cberokae nation io tbe matter of Major Foster of Si. Louis and well tbe collection ol the four millions known to some of our people here died and upwards due the Cherokee na aiuiiana,t,aiir..roiaa few day ag.-. tion according totbefiiade Bender . i ' ,1 'f t " i i'- - o I )., U u One Week at THE FOUR MILLION. -The Great Vorld's Fair Will be held at St. Louis In 1904, and the greatest St. Louis newspaper will be indispensable during tbe coming year. Subscribe today. . The Globe Printing Co., St, Louis, Mo. Deceased as an own cousin of Mr. Jole Hall and Mrs. fs. J. blyi.be of trii cny. . , t Photos. The best is the cheapest. Get perma nent photos artistically plytbat0a,a' mnHo at PHIWI r? DC general of, tne .Local Syii7g5. Boh ()he4 wa iiie "1ay. -City council uieetlntf tonight. Picture" frmuw'l'aii' Buna Oraffui der's. ,' Fresh dmighiiuts every day at Home Bakery ' ' "?2 MlriilirurAA ha j nfrr'e ni7b4 p sit a t aYt.tfl We bake bread every day. Home Bakery. 72 P. L. Soper left last nihr, for St. Loui. Old paper at yur own price at this office. J. F. Warren was up from Adair Saturday, Our bread I always freh. Ilome Bakery. "1 There are no empty dwellings In this city. Allotment for fifty Cherokees wanted. Curtain fit any ouggy at Bruno Graffunder'K. Window glass at Fore man's. Fresh fruit and eandy at the Silver Moon restaurant. ' Tool chests for boy at a btg'd1"- wiunt at Fraiee's. New line nf plcturn frames and molding at Smiley & GniflunrterV George M. Ward, a trituiinent cIM eo of Cowkln prairie, I- vlcliln rlends in Ylnita. i Foley's II wy and Ttr p'Htt.lv-lj' ire all thrift, anrl hiti itie4e.. p.fii nbT.ltute.' S il v PfiipV ' liot Mlsa Forrest Klllibrew Is sick. L P lsbeii went to Welch today. J. S. Davenpari went to Muskogee this morning. Attorney W. M. Mellette Is here from Muskogee. Claude Gatewood was here from Muskogee this morning. J. W. Saoders and wife are home from St. Louis to rcmiin.. Miss Carrie Goodykoontz' Is' teach ing at the public school; .'.'! John Campbell and son of Seneca are visiting Mrs. L. J, Frogge. It Is a poor town these days that cannot get up a statehood convention' award, was interviewed by a reprw (tentative of the Chieftain today and in substance said: "My interest in the case is eim- wyer; the attorney made at FOWLPR'Rooct 8euBm OI ine oiate8. - - " w -tF :. j i i Of R. R, CrOSSirlg. , , v W ,u an op.mon aec.area .,, . i. . . tiu iuo jiauiutr ui (as, govern Uha quit a lot of ; u-eful toys . ' . . , , lerL..win4f i4 .weather and roads 4 u luo "ouul ,ouuu uue we are ri.i.u t.,offer you f..r the th. CberokH nation under the i ei eeka Jii-tiwo-M.in-of their 'rP agreemeut. It is the inten- real vlue. Kiz-e liir ire & Kut- tion of tbe attornevs emnlovd bv 1 J I ! J- Cmef Butfiogtoa, including my- Hrry L. Walker cani u(.wn from eelf. to eimDlv into the courts. I ' . - - i , . - - . 7 xiirciit lonay. iir'l-4 Is a ne s'.ti on o the MUioi brai cti nf tbe Fil-cn, md propn ty owners tin re are gm.tf Hi kk the Dif" oinii ivii.n t -uie f-r y arre- fr a t in-ite. i ...... . nu'g ar- are reiM.r ei in virion p iris of Hie c t. L l . Iglu a uian uiooe hi- app. aranve at Dr. Uodson'a from I'O'iits io1sy. Girl wan'ed foryeoer-il hnuewor itj Colored gIrl preferred. Apply to Miu E B. Fraer. What coiuf.,ri in the fhoujrbt that you have a Cole's Hot Blan stove, for they are coal savers. Our bread li not shipped In fmm otber tons. We bake every day and our g hiDs are always freh. 72 Thirty three and one thrll off on those doli baby tiuglet and carts at Fraz'e Hdrdare & Furniture Co. Thirty three pT cej.t. ff on chil .1 . - . t I... J II l 'l urvu LeKf noil (inny ougk'les, go carts and lxjyj tool chet at Frazee's. Some children"' desk left which we will close out at 3:t per cent dis count. Frszje Hardware .t Furni ture U.' You cn bu? anything e bave In the way i f toy at tw.i-thirds of their rel valur. Frsz e Hardware A Fur- i . rtrlnk-re (n.v bpinu m-rv.-d t "i olture Oo jb ptH (,' ti iu -t..r. Hit rnncit-! I f you dliat buy sous hin for the ,rrt-. t..m n. b uiJ'' n H',-1 rN-ii b-iul'-!chiMrn before Chri-tmas come and ; Patronize Home Bakery. Their bread I- Uked fre.h every day ..ot Preclpltat-U ship eiM'. ; 72 The Weekly Chieftain W. E. Hali-e 1 is eiDec-d t . return and the ninhp.Domnrpat I - a ten days lourner to Texas inw Dan. iKi: ai crv the, court of claimB first, , and thence to the supreme court of tbe United States aod ask, for a judge ment rr the amount of the award It in a mistake that eomethioif over one million of tbia award is available. The attomev eenera ie me-ce in tne oortti pan. ..f town declared that it had all been sat. . U , 41 .1-1 .1 '.V' .. I 1 .uuu. o. .n.T miuK.ng t,ed and thtt the government did the iiccu(ians were away at rhurch. On Hading tbe family i borne he flrd Watch St. Louis The greatest World's Fair the world has ever seen will be held at St. Louis in 1904. To keep' In touch with the work of preparation for this grear World's Fair and to get all tbe news Allotments Wanted. ; Any.' on having a few good allot- of all the earth, every reading person meots witbln a radius of fifteen or should at once subsctlbe for the ereat twenty miies" of Vlnlta can find a newspaper of St. Louis, the Globe- purchaser by applying at this office, Democrat. It stands' pre-eminent Ursis land preferred, but would buy and alone among American newspa.- Improved land. tf pers, and acknowledge no equal or rival. Iw circulation extends to every Pl.wr ""uu Herniary oi me union, 10 A norel auirpMfin tnr .t.tfn.. Caoaoa and Mexico, and to every toart icat plants has been made known by Mtne world where there are readers a French gardener. He sets the seed I of the English language. It ought to In aom earth laid In half an eg-g shell J bo in your home during the coming Instead of a little pot; the shell, which Vear. See ad vertUoment plap.horo naa a smau noie in n to permit ol m tbi Usue draining, is placed In a box of damn - mold. When tha time arrives for Thousand Dollars' Worth of Oood transplanting all that need to be dona H. Thurnes, a well knoo. coal la to break the shll.C,'ncinnatl En- operator of Buffalo, O., Write-. "I luIrer- J have been afflicted with kidney and Tkt shtk iiBuc OHaiBo(t. (bladder trouble for years, pass'.btt The shah is absolutely ruler within gravel or stones with eicruolatlng THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - v V , j Soon to be moved to make waj for' a new six thousand dollar brick structure to be erected in its stead. 5 .-.,J'i nr-t v , .if (. e in p inn'ar ' buy It-nf at a 31 p?r cent discount. f (?-. ' ; ; ' .' Fratee Hi.rdware Furniture Co. his own dominions and master of tha lives and goods of his subioct. Tha whole rerenue of the country being at their disposal, recent ahahs have been Able to amass large private for tunes. That of the present occupant of the throne is reportfi nf amount to 5.000,000 or 6,000,000, most f .represented d-v-r.t'r.-.O -- pain. I got no relief from medicines I began taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then the result was surprising. A few doses started the trick dust like 'fine stones and tow 1 bave no piln across my kidoeys and I reel like a new man. It has done me a$l(KM worth of jjnoi.' t .i by Pe)pie's dru stors. dw Cherokee Land Office. ' The records and office IsuDDlles for the Cherokee land office have arrived from Muskogee and a force of clerks under P. G. Renter, chief clerk. The force include- riraftsn en, stenogra phers and otber office help. ' Aldrlch cottage Is about ready for occupancy, and on i be outside a railing bas been erected so fuat only i ne person at a I me can enter. Tu kets wi;l be given out to those presern, from . time to time, as was done during the enroll ment of citizen''. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Dige-ts all clasnes of food, tones and strengthens tbe stomach and diges tive organs. Cure dyspepsia, Indi gHftitH, etomach troubles and makes rich red blond, health and strength. Kod l rehullds wornout tissues, puri fier, trenghens and sweeten- the 8toiicn. Gov. Q. W. Atkinson, of W. Va., says: "I hrve uxed a numtier of bot'les of Kodol and have found it to be a very, effective and indeed, a powerful remedy, for i st iuac.lv ail ment. recommend It to my friend. ' A. W. Foreman. iw o ley's Ziidiie'. Care - rj kUneys ,-" bladJe- rtht oM hv y-':Ai"V rlrutr store. (First Jbltshe 1 Dec, ath, 190J.) : Ware lag Order. InrAb? F?"?1 ?,t" Court for tha Northern VtalS? .laaTarrtorT,attUYa Michael 'rtupatrtclt. Plaintiff. Hanoih Fttapatrtck. Defendant,1898 .The dsfendaat, Hannah Fttipatrlck. It heT.w5rDed 10 PPer In thl court witb n thirty dys and answer tbe complaint oi the plaintiff. Mi.-bael KUzpatrlck, : Thl theiTth day of De-mber. A. D. 39C-2 , ; ..;CBA9. A DAVIDSON. Clerk. " r . ,Dr- uaaiLiiB, Deputy. Edar Smith. Attornoy for Plaintiff. ofdtentr'"' AUof0y ,or Yob Know What You Arc Ttilzj When you take Grove's Tastele:j Chill Tonic because the formula h plainly printed on every bottle show ing that it is s'tEply iroo and quinine owciui lorm. no cure, no car 50o. w Dissolution Notice. A. N. and J. P. Green have retired from the Implement business and the Arm of Green & Rood Is now known asltiwxl & Ilanf jrd. Mr. ILuif.trd ha receatly lcate1- to our ci ty from Alva., O. T. The i I col'e it U dehti an'i ainie t 1 ! ihuiMr- A r.oo! -h"si i 'i i i.