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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 March 1889

KWM - . w . Hr . t. THE INDIAN I S-i 'CHIEFTAIN PUBLISr,IHC CO. Thos. Bluejacket )Eabt op Tiu.ck( Has a Nico Line of Staple and Fancy Grocorles. QUEE.WSWARE, ' --TINWARE, "Fruits ind Vegetables Always Kept In Stock. AH doscriptiuns of Country l?ro- Uuco, including Hides, Fura, 'and Wool bought and sold. "Givo Me a Gall." H. BALSNTINB (HAST flIDH OF TIIAOK) Staple' & Fancy Groceries, fvsour, Feed & Provisions. Makes ;a snecjully of nil kinds oi vegotablos and. 'Conntrr Produce of Every Description. liavelnsdcUtlon to the -oodt named a llneol 'Glass wary A Qaeafswara. Particular-a teatlon called to the stock of Tobaccoa and cigars. t- t. oTDnsr-rjEiEt, ' LIVERY, FEED AND SALE '.. JStfcl -' Oood Itigs at Reasonable' Rates I HORSES BOARDED "jasr"' lT,gviTJ.'!?'ruEMtr"TrTJiBjJTJ - ,C'ttefu a!teonIsivcn td all BtoclcBntrUBd to iny keeping. ' .. Stable on Wilson Street, i , South of Miller's hardware store. ,0 T HEItMAJf, Ohelopa, Kansas, S'urnitnrc, Coffins, Sewing Machines. .,,T2...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 March 1889

'W, afc .4- M f '& j o pfa; IM . y HilMBMHWlttWtoBMlMttWHtHllIMWWM M MK Mmjm !jaij" 7 IwfliJin Chieftain. Tun linuvCftirrrut I'tSlmnstiVfmnt IS I.. AHAIK, Miter. X. E. XILrtfRh, Monger. VffrtTA, Jk Tku., Mai. 7, 1889. ConilKSfdNDKNTd of llio CiriKK tfAtx will plcasa cOnfino them solvoB.whon they put on paint and go on th& wnKpntli and want to ralso tho "ambrosial locks" of someone, to something liko decent language, even if they do say hard things. Tjik fourth day of March seldom come on Sunday. Sinco tho In. ituguratlon of Washington on tho 00th day of April, 1739, thrco presidents have taken tho oath of office on tho 5th of March, James Monroo, second term, Zacharl Tay lor and R. D. Hayes. Thus on thrco Sundays has tho inaugura tlon day fullen, In 100 years. BKNATon RiDDi.KnARaEtt of Vir ginia, being at tho timo drunk and disorderly, was lugged out of tho senate chamber last Sunday night By force. Being compelled to keop rru"cr or desist from interrupting tficr sonato a fe...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 March 1889

:Lm.v.iL .M L&Z'd WW I'lMWJH Ml W MilWiWHI L. L. Orutchfield & 06, have a full supply of Parlor , andjffitclien Furniture, coffins and caskets. . . T . ' r. y a rhj. mmhL jst -. .m . :& m um$. v..a2 v ,x ; & ., ijjto. jus- v v s I Indian Chieftain. ViNtTA, Ini. Teh. Maii. 7, 1889. Lsoal Rillroad Time Tablet. MtsaoimtvAcIFio uailway. nnici south. amiivk 7rSfli.m ttoen.m nxi-Aiir. 7tp.m. 4:(tia.m. I'ft.'MT. .K. AT.Ktprai No Ml.llanb'ISt.L AT.Kx noiKaxonni. ARM 10. IU m. 10 Mp, m ntr-ART 10:11 am 10..11pm NoRM. T.St.f, AMII'bex No. MM.Mo.K A Tex. ex Bf. I.OUI A BAN FltANCISCO ITAILWAT. OOlKtl . lis AtintYK. nxrAnT. Rx. from St L 10 Tulta 4ipm Inam Acommnlatlon IMIKO XaT IDKrAnT. 4:0ftpm. xtiOpm. nil. Accommodation St-Lonleexpreta . , I 3t10p Thrnngli eoarh from 81. Loult to ! TIXtTA CRCBtn DIRKCTORT. M K. Cbnreh Bonth T.. W. Hirer, patton Sabbath school at 10 00 a . m t tlVeaClll mg Hi ii a. m auitrp. in naaday evening. m anil T n. m in prayer meeting evtry Wed- ... --....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 March 1889

..V Kl'm b.f'l " ""Mi.- V W- '' ttf v 'i ; . W-; r-."w. , r; MWr mi'- t r ri t i r -i'& B-'- 1.1 feriTA. - liClMAN ttMUiTOMLV WELUDHAINEO SOIL. " ."tie Amnnnt cf Heat ,KtiI by Unoil Bye temt of lra4nare, ; Tho amount of heinV'in tho soil Is ft matter of tho highest importnnco to tho fnrmer. TIio itjkW noral not bo told tlmt I Urns n great Influonco upon. . inoj. trurmimuicm oi , actus ana tno growth of plftnti A co'rlo.fn ".mount ot hent In tho soil Is osscntinl to tho gormlnntlon nod growth. A curtain nmoitnt of hoat Is also essential to tho decomposition of cncbonlo, ncld by plnnts. Inillnn corn will n6td'Htt)tn poso carbonlo ncld at a tompornturo lower than about fifty-nlno dojrroes. If tho tctnpernturo of tho soil can bo rntsbd plants will grow faster. Our form crofts may wither In midsummer, tut this Is not bocaltso tho soil Is too warm, btitfcocnuso thcro Is a lack ot molituro In It, or, what Is of toner tho cause, tho ntmosphcro Is so dry that tho molsttiro Is exhaled too...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 March 1889

wwyw&K vs. v wr V'vi: .fcl - V ' "tv. r ;, ki'iio ir JI ilYP 4 ki .:iP THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. " v?I Tf K t i J o typffr CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Thos. Bluejacket, ')Ea8t or TnAOK( Has a Nioo Lino of Staple and Fancy Grocerlos. QUEENSWARE, TINWARE. Fruits and Vegetables Always ' Kept in Stock. AH descriptions of Country Pro. o.co, lnciiinlng Hides, Fura, and Wool bought and sold. "Give Me a Call.- H. BALENTTNE (BABT 8IDB OP TRACK:) Staple & Fancy Groceries, Flour, Fdcd & Provisions. .Makca. nnntnll.. P ll 1.1t ol i Vccetnblefc nml Country rrodiiro of Krerjr Description. flr.i-tt ..J?n.- Particular at k .. .r i".".,r., i articular at Wlo.ciua to the stock of Tobacw. end el run. r. a. a-TJia-TJun, LIVERY, FEED AND SALE .Good IHga nt Rensonablo RatoB I IIOR8E3 BOARDED By the day'or wook. Careful attention given to all atoclc entrusted to my keeping. Stable on Wilson Street, Bouth of Miller's hardwaro storo. O T. IIEIUIAX, Ghelopn, Kansas. TnrnHo re, Coffins, Sewing Machines. ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 March 1889

'J: l.Vv ftf U't.. y? UL Vs fW : t D it r: Vmw'9"4tfrntwi'K'x.nm.-mMmmmmmmmm IiidiaitChicftain jpi.CJO Xr "oar In. Xdvane.' I'n)lilili IhnrxUya dy 1t! Iimjw Ciimrru ri'm.umvo OovrAKY JOHN l AlUllt, - JMItor. Jtt. !J. MIM'OIll), Mnnngcr. Visjta, lisii.TKit.MAn. lf,7l80. CJ.V and wind nro poor substt ttitcs fir news very poor. Tho Chibftain employs neither. In tiiu Oklahoma matlor we, liko tho wood-pecker, probably escaped na woll f.s could bo expect ed, Wo saved our lives. Wfi maue n compact with tho Creek nation years ng. - They have broken it by selling Oklaho ma without consulting us. That compact authorized citizens of Hint nation to livo among us, lUid .now they have broken it, we think they tho'iild go. Thoy no longer have any right to livo in our nation. Thoy nro intruders and should be put out as such. Cliorukeo Advo cate. Ono of tha cardinal virtues, Wolhor, nnd ono which covorcth a multitude ofslns, is charity. Coflbyvillo Journal: "Sheriff Kd S mders.of tho Coowcoscooweo d...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 March 1889

mmmw o L. L. Criitchfield & &o. iikve a full, supply of Parlor and Kitchen Furniture, coffins and caskets. wrvtsft -r it 8t m Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Tkb". MAiiTl47l88a, Local itallroid Time Tablet. MISSOURI, KANSAS A TKXAS . mcn south. AllllltK ItSOp.m 4'0na.m nKIMtlT. 7iSnp.m. 4:W.m. 6. M7. M.IC. AT.Kvpreee No nnl.llenb'lSt I. AT.Kx cioiko Kontii. Annirr lo -2 Ik m. 10 ) p. m rmrnT Will am lOiSipm No Ml, T.St f. AWI'bex Ma WI.Mo K ft.Tex ex Rf. LOUIS A BAN FRANCISCO IIAH.WAY. IIOtNO WMT. I An li; Anmric nrrAKT. ljflim. rx from St. I, to Talis limn. Accommodation , ilimm nomo xait. nrrAnT. rmnm. .Accommodation IXMlll flTllTPKl S-lOii m. I . 1iiilstoTiil S:Hpm. Through coach from fit T1.1ITA CHUIItlt IHItKCTOcr. t F. Church Sonth I,. W hirers, pastor; Pahhath se liool lit inixi ft. m i preaching et 11 n m and 7 li m i prayer meelln eve ry Wed mutiny vei.lng Communion eervlce every first Sunday. VresHyterlan Chnrrh W. T. King, p;tot preaching every Sunday at 11 . m. mi...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 March 1889

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Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 March 1889

wrerea fr JftSHHWflIWwi n SB&MKMWfWW !, o THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN, -.' Bfwm &5 Dovetcd to the Interest! of the Chn w ' cos, ChoctHWi, Chickasaw, Somlnolcs, Crocks, and all Other InrtliiH or the IhiIIrh Torrllery. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1889. VOL. VII. NO. 28. y Thos. Bluejacket - )Eabt or Tiucg( Has a Hlce Lino of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PEKSWARE TINWARE. Fruits and Vegetables Always Kept In Stock. All descriptions of Country Pro. tluco, including Hides, Furs, aud Wool bought and sold. "Give Me a Oall.i H. BALENTINE (EAST SIDE OF TRACK) Staple & Fancy Groceries, Flour, Food & Provisions. Makes a specialty of nil kinds oi Vegetables and Country produce or Every inscription. Have In addition to the good! named lined Oli ware Jt Queeneware. Particular at t.ntlon called to the stock of Tobaccos and igars r ar- a?. a-TJ3sra?jEin. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Stable. Good Rigs at Rcasonablo Rates 1 ' HORSES BOARDED By tho day.or no...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 March 1889

c ' w- rr t.. .-, 'IV ;'A1 r: ,.. 9 I &a t. ''. T Indian Cliicftaitt. j . l'ui)llhfd Tbnrvlsrs y Tat IMtiliK CmtrrAi.t rrntisiiixa Coxt-Axr .law f . k ta tm 2. Editor. . K. Xllit'Ont), MARflg'or. VfKITA, lND. Tkr.,Mah. 21, 1889. -er Tur heavy Import duly placed hy llio Moxlcati government upon lard lm phod up n good-market for heavy hogs in that country, ns much of this tax is thus avoided. Thk commission to ncgotiato for tin strip is not likely to bo out hero just yet, for tho reason that th'o fundfj aro not yot available. One of the number will bo Ex-con. grcjsman Warner, of Kansas City, rommandoriu chief of ths Grand Army. llArtnY Hill, and other of tho boomer leadsrs, wcro 'advising their followers ono night last week to vtako out their claims and go to flowing. Early next morning tiiry wcro all (lying beforo tlio military and Oklahoma is now laid to bo depopulated again. HOW THEY KEEP EVEN WITH THE DOCTORS. Among tho Indians of Tulo Riv er agency, doctoring is rather an tim...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 March 1889

i: kmab rm-aKLriaiMmm: ia1 aj&Wh wi tjyftrmiiniiyw ndian Chief tain. INITA, Jst. Tku. Mail 21, 18S9. J ' " J local Railroad Tirao Tablet, MISSOURI, KANSAS ft TICXA H . anita toCTlt. AtllllVX T'Wp.m 4 08R m liFI'MIT 7:?op.m. 4.03a.m. fo M7.M It. AT.Exrrcf rt ryrt,ltanb'l3t.I..AT.Kx no'xo Montil. Alt III VK in Wn m. in vi p. m urn aiit Wiitnm 10 Vlpm VoMl. T.8t.T,.A lll'bex No Wl.JIo Id ft lux ex Inf I.OUIA A SAX FIIANCI4CO RAILWAY. noisn wmt. intitVK. 11 llpm Ililimm I nxrAitr litLlpm. Ki from St I., to Tnlsn. 'Accommodation . ,.. aOINtl KMT. itxrAnT. 4:0fHn. ItMpm, nlsa. Accommodation Rt T.onlt .xureit . . . I anon 1 urnugii eoacn irnm nt, iniu in . ." .i ..!-. TIMTA CIlUKCn Uinr.CTOET. M K Chnreh Aon tli -I, W Ill vert, pattort n.l.lt.th .ltnnt .1 10 00 a tn I tiT.aet I tug at 11 v- -... --. . -- .- - --- .i ----- -. a. m anaip.m i prayarmeciine: every v. en- miiltr ermine. Communion aervlce every flrst Sunday. r'reahyterlen Chnreh W T. King, pator preaching every Hnmtar at 11 ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 March 1889

nsiwm . , , ! - -- Z..m sLj, --- isj)f&--. -, -v fjp,i in-r'ir n ' istlJ.s lIii 1 1 !' 'i ' .-"'"-'! "TT . I i . star U ;ft.fl I '. " .&M.'I T- sriw .-r- .3 . Ii Co I J I e i (I tJTOIAH OHIErTitlW, HOW TO TEST SEEDS. An Ercollent nnil Valnnbla Contrlbntlon for the Farm, tjrrap.rlook. Araonjr porhnpa tho most practically useful divisions of work which tho Lgrlcullural utollon nroontrngod lo, U Ihnt of tostlnjr garden and Hold need. XhoyjKro'thus enabled to point out to iho jrnbllo tlio VillToroncobotwoon re liable and ttnroltnblo tlonlors, and pur chaser nro Justly entitled to this In formation. It thus bocomos an lm portnnt boncllt to rollnblodoalon, wlio suffer In ninny ways from counterfoils. Cultivators Ihcmsolvos hnvo not al ways given tho subject sufficient atten tion. They liavo tnado hasty and su porflclnl trials of seeds, and not infre quently have dono tho seedsmen Injus tice. Tlioy hnvo planted In badly pro pared ground, and sometimes tho seeds nroTjurled at tho de...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 March 1889

(y THE INDIAN I'ac CHIEFTAIN .1 i i P Devotee! to tlio Intcrnst or (ho Cherokee, ChocinUi, CklckBiBrVs,SomlneIcs, Crocks, am all Olhor IhcIIuhs of (ho IhiIIhh Territory. V ws" gflJL . St' 49 i t CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING Tnos. Bluejacket "-7-)Ejl8Tor Track( , Hasa Nice Lino of Staple and "' 'Fancy Grocerios. lUEENSWARE : R? TINWARE. Fruits and Votjetablos Always .. . Kept in Stock. All descriptions of Country Pro. duco, including Hides, Furs, ;T 'and Wool bought and sold. "Give Mo a Call." H. BALENTINE ; , ?.. XA-ST SIDE OF TBApK) Staple & Fancy Groceries, & Flour, Food & Provisions. , Makes n specialty of nil kinds ol r ...'' V'ROtnWo" anil -oiiniry produce or Every Description. llavaln addition to the goods named a line ol .'".. w":f i vneen.ware. i-amcuiar at lentloncslled to ihs slock of Tobacco and elgars. a, a?. G-TT2srcjzm9 LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Good Rigs at Rcasonablo Rates I . HORSES BOARDED vgf. -v ; vt' f By tho day or week. " Careful attention given to all etock c...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 March 1889

i ,J&At&kzj:2s ire- 9 ! ' t 4 fc i , r fi 1J I At re : d. .. ft. &rmm& ek st-'wraBCEir K 4 1S Indian Chieftain. ftUGO Xr Your In Advance. I'nblttlitil ThilrtiUyH lif T Hmiii CniKrrAM I'i;ii!.nmtii CoxrAXT JOHN tTAAlft, - "'' IMllor. JH.K.MII,FOlU,Mnriatrcr. Vinita, l.vn. TEn.,MAU. 23. 1880. Tiik now In din u commissioner Jias not yet been determined upon, though Col. Pollock) formerly nn fiiRDcclor. sccma to aland n fair show of sccurinp; tlio place Chief Mayes nliendod thoannu. nl meeting of tlio livo stock asso cintion last neck and was- elected nn lionornry niombei of tlio board of directors. Tlio chief addressed tlio meeting and told tlio members of the apsociation that tlioy need have no fear in regard to retaining possession of the land; that thoy lindlcascd.lt for flvo years, and (hero was nothing that could re jnovo thorn as long as thoy paid their rent. Tub new female seminary at Tahlcquah Is rapidly approaching mplction. In a few weeks moro ill be ready for...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 March 1889

semi. L. L. Crutchfleld & Co. have a full supply of Parlor and Kitchen Furniture, coffins and casketfl. t I i i - r in m' in i .... u Indian Chief tain. Vinita, Ind. Tun. Mxn. 28, 1889. Local Railroad Tlmo Tables. MI960UIH, KANSAS A TEXAS . auixu south. to. KIT. Jt.IC. AT.Kxpjr No.Sm.ltanb'ISt.I. AT Kir AIIHIVK J '21)11.111 4:0?a m iiofno McxTlt. nitrAHT. T'Wp.m. 'Otfa.m. r No Wl, T.St I. -lll'biX Xo. MM.ilo.Ka lttx ex AnniTK 10 21k m 10:10 p ra lltrAOT tniltnm 10-8flpm AT. I.OUI8 A SAN FIlANCIflCO RAILWAY, riomn wmi. Kx. from 81. J., to Talt, Aeewnmodatlon . Anntric 11.43pm. Ililnitm nRrAnT D.Upm. aoixa KAtT. Aeeflmmodatlon .. St.Lonlcevtiress ISilOiim, Thronr.li coieli from St. Lome to urrAiiT. 4 onpm. it'.Wpm. nlsa. tmita cnuntn dirkctokt. W nivere, psitori ireachlng at u rayer meeting every U. Chnrch South L Sabbalh school at 10 00 ft. ra. I am tiM)7n.m i rtraver m ttesday evenlns;. Commnntou service nverjr flrtl Burnley. Presbyterian Church V7. T. Klrnr, jiatori preeelilnc ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 March 1889

ih,,i,U.iiJ,ii.J..llW I'll 'WIHilWlwHi(MWyiS , .1 ,.. -..- IMI1 IK nwe)UkeMeM :". "'""" i'iii LLiJ.. "" ' a. L li ; I .il 'a ft ' ., mar6ery oaYv ' Asrtrnary tbtrroofftflbocnmer Tuoinb tirno In her prtnvince did wily pat It's money X want, sa'd Margery Oayl When Ibat tomes elon;?, Itt VV' I onennswe-oainemeverme same: ball tsy. Tta yon can ill scatter nnd so whcro you plssse, White III bo Isdy nod tiro Sttny ease; And Margery Oay, with ber coquettish way, t,n a cnt with a tncuio with ber lovers did Play. m At last eaihe a suitor with wealth to lire, Hut nbljho wtt ugly an8 old Could Margery Day, with a llfo to lire, Ilor happiness barter for soldi t know what I'm doing, tald Marcery day) l be a rich widow ero many a day; Then ba&dtome and deter, and gallant and The nicest young follows will coma at my L calli And Margery Oay appointed the day And married the fortune without delay. Atat! for tbo scheming ot Margery Qayl While ho eumo of a long-lire J race, Ilia rlchee took wlnga ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 April 1889

W"fthMAwfc,W THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN Derated 1 the Interests of tho Cherokee, ChoctHW, CkickBnwsi8mlii-Icg Creeks, nnd U Oilier IhsIIhh ef the KfKtlaH Territory. yr -m. ... , j: CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINiTA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1889. VOL. VII. NO. 30. ' : X , 1. 1 Thos. Bluejacket )Eastof Tracx( rUas a Nice Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. M flUEENSWARE, TINWARE. Fruits am) Vegotabtes Always Kept In Stock. All descriptions of Country Pro duce, including Hides, Furs, and Wool bought and sold. Give Mo a Oall." H. BALENTINE (EAST SIDE OP TKAOIC) Ir is oMelnlty hhnountod that For dtnatrd Ilobcnzollcrn lias boon pro Claimed heir to tho Iloumnntan throne. The llorlln l'ost nnnonncos that Em peror William Intends maklnff ti visit to London during tho cnrllor part Of May 1118 1'nrls inuntelpftl nulhorltlos fero Urglngcpon tho Government the neces sity for legislation against speculator TUB Gauiols boM Uohorril Ucmlan fcor Is suffering from tho oponlnfr o! ton Old wound a...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 April 1889

m&wm -toV-?r-rwrJ3rtKSS SlSTS. i MS tBtyNjy( v? f --r- 4j tvum-v". tWWWWlHWyWWWjUMiWWHi ' wWH 'b f LX "V t r J Tfl r, ,t J ',i .-,1 I u 4' o " ' F .& L-' tiBF"- VE i Indian Ckieffaiin. i. iia . 9UEO T'aJTn&.r X Advuteo. raiiuenm inaraiiare He lena Mot Cmtr-rAI l'eriLtinixu CoHrAKT as? jmux'-ss ' -i'-JJ-'- i l'v tt ..,' j . l i. JCMSI.. AHAIR. - Editor. Jl. K. .Ull.fOni), Manager. Vimita, lni, Tun. Arnn.4, 1889. Tiifitu: is ono matter in conncc lion with tho new court at Musko gee in which all nro vitally Inter cMcd and that is tho selection of the jury commissioners. No lit-1 tlo rcsponsibilit, vill dovolro up. on the three persons chargod wilh tho duty oi selecting "not less than sixty" qualified persons from whom tho list of petit, and alter nato petit jurors are to bo drawn. Thcro is no lack in this country, oi suitable men for jurors, Judge Par. kcr to the contrary, notwithstand ing, and if tho right men aro chos en for commissioncri, that gentle man will bo convince...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 April 1889

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Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 April 1889

,.- 'l" 1 . i a - fd 1, ,1 a ?E3 !' wr m ! kt iy eaasieaiife'iiil miii'v"wy - iiM.iii . ,.-.1... OffAAjr OHuuriiaif. ffgFJRftftS- t &-. M0IAX TMtWTOJIX TMtt LESSON OF TMC BIROS. IAsHm birds do litlnt!rneevetL Aaet dead leayts drop dowawprd, and erery nonga m pure, AMI tho poole ere Ico-cnutod, and ha who lltleni fcearcth m Ttte rull of the snow-wlnf. In the!npper alU !f f , a 0t MM bWar they art brtrci their fine per 11 tMirt senses Discern lbs distant warmth and bilm beyond the frot and stlnrt TM old ones tell tho jounc ontt lit ieeret eon Terences, And Ui Iouok one learn tha tenon, and trait In the aprlng. C la tba close pine corereli the crowd for pro tection Tha left-behtad who cllnj to heme and will not southward go. Theyknow tha hardy berry-beds, and need ho direction To aeek cat drlnktaK-baslns In tho hall melted snow. When tha tnnihlna warms tho world tha birds rehearia their s'nttna;!, I,ow mils and twitters break tha qnlet ot the woods ; And while spring Is rat a long ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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