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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 March 1892

TsmKasmrKtemermmaiu i M '. ' .y - ' lV I K f f p Indian Chieftain. fU90 Tm Yatir In JLdvmao. rnt Ihuiaw CiittrrAiN ruftUiniMndoMrANTf . M. JUKM, MHkhj J M.K. XII.rX, XftMirer. """"I nw. anu niii. ij,juui, CeN'iKKssMAN Mil.r.s, of Texas, was clo?lpd gr-nntor Tunsday. Kmad carefully Secretary Noble' report on tlio Strip agreement. o CoNanvsa will be Asked tu nppro prlate $0,200,000 lor tho World's Frtir. Hon. Whitklaw Heiii, United 8tntcs minister to Franco, will re tiro next month. A nitx to substitute bringing lor clccfrocutiim Is before tho Now York legislature. Tug lower bouso of congress lias passed a pension approprition bill aggregating $133,000.000. The third trial of J. J. Adams for tho killing of Oklahoma Couch is now In progress in Wichita. A nnoNZE statuoof Horaco Greo ley, erected by tho printers of the United States, will bo unveiled in New York. July 4th. Co.sanhss is now in tho midst of a debato upon the silver question and little legislation of interest may bo expecte...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 March 1892

qr rtfs IB I ?F ir m S j , . : ' .---. .- - - - ...-..- - i - - '." .11 ... . . " " ' EH I ."I "ll JJ I' m jLiiuiuuujiiOLi)aiii. Vinita, Im. Tub., Men, 24, 1892. Local'lUUroad Time Tablos. MH30UUI, KANSAS A TEXAS. 0l!O 0rTlt. i, m. it. a t. Ktp 1, llanb',1 gt.L.AT.Kx A1IIIIVK 4i08a.m HKI'AIIT. :08a.m. OiiMp.m. notxrt hoiitii. So. 4, T.St. T, A lll'bex .So. t. Mo. Ka ft Tax ex No.5S, frslglit ami accom a nn, iikpaiit :Ma in. XiVksm loilftp. m 1 10ilAim U:n m. 8:IHam ST. LOUIS ft BAN KI1ANCI3CO IIAII.WAY, IIOIKU WRIT. Kx St I. toSiinla Accommodation aiihivk. lliMi.m llilom. IHTAICT. 'i:49im. OOIKOXAIT St. Lonls express .. Arcommniintinn ........ Through coaches from 8 AH JtBOp IV. I DirAII' 7pm S.lSpn .. asltyn IIT m. m. t. Iioalito Bapufpa. YJKITA lllUlltll DlllKCTOItr. M.K Clinroli Sonth I W McCrary. paston Sauliath school at 10:00 a. m.i preachlnBat II . m aml7p.m prayer meeting ercry Wed nesday enlnR. Commnnlon service every flrtt Bandar. I'resbyterlan Chnrch.-I). X Allen, pee tor...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 March 1892

".!.. k 1 a .ta. MlMMRMMHri 1 CjaStl.-; - . ,AKa BS.JI,'";; u r ffl i k.:i s o to ' t a THE FARMING WORLD. A HOME INVENTION. ftemnralite Wlnilmf eihelre Which Add to tlie Cheerfulness rf n Itnnse Tl'.o following nrtlclo Is contributed by J. Morion Shull to ho Rural Now Yorker! Howe plants If In Rood condition add greatly to tho beauty and cheerfulness of the living room, nnd every pood housowlfo endeavors to lifivo n plate for nt leiut a few specimens, but In rooms whore there Is no bny window, It I ntvrfira moro or less Inconvenient to arrange n pot stand or tnblo before tho window, whllo permanent shelves nro n nulinnce during the summer when tho plants nra MI enjoying tho out-of-door nlr nnd sunshine. l'rom tho accompanying designs may bo constructed a convenient set of shelves which nro put up or taken down nt will, nnd without tho nld ot any tool vthntevcr. Tor mntcrlaJ.nso common white pine, one Inch in thickness. Tho construction ot tho uprights AA, Is cnslly seen. Thoy consi...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 March 1892

THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 30. 1. CURRENT COMMENT. A llosTo: landlonl ha issued an diet Hint no cmployo ot his can wear cither mustacho or whiskers. NEWS OF THE WEEK. CiiiioNofuiAriis are now being mada Hint lira captiblo rt measuring to lha Icn-lhousatittth, pnnof h second. Dr.NMAtiK is the most ilrunlton coun try la tlio world. Hi yearly consump tion of Intoxicants Is doublo tfant ot Ocnoiny. A Hosa lloHlir.im painting, "Lcs Gfthamolt," lliat wn smuggled Into New York, wns sold by tho customs cfllcjals ior l.O30. SlMrumr.imnro grown ii moro than TOoyOO acros In Itussla. Tlio needs initio a flno oil and tlio btalks an ex waJMcntfuot. Ciiaih.ks L. IltiM.nimT, of Kow York, ."lias made a eloek pf TWO kinds of wood, In 341,000 pieces. It took oyer sixteen years t build. JAMHrOx, tlio new Irish secretary, In nflv? months has already erossol tlio Ajfcih channel oftencr than llalfour did alurlng l'l" 1o ye...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 March 1892

sjk-J.. if ft I : v. .? ! J V i 1 P- ts fjgyyy- Indian Chieftain, 31.E30 Par Tsar Xn Advanoo. rnbllihfd Thnrilr lr tin Wdiah ViijjtrTAtR I'tinLMmxiiCrtMrAKr, H. M. MARKS, Kdltw. " ""' X. K. MItit'OHl), Mannger.i vVnitaViki). Tsk., Men. 31, 180? Now UiSt tlio nll(ilminl and nMo liood question is on, lot tlio fight proceed lo n finloli , TltE-dnmngo done lo the present pencil crop in Toxiu by tho recent "norther" is cstinintpd nt 87GO.OOO. Evkhv (own ol nny prdeiiHion Bliould lmvo ptlhlio improvements, oven though lliey cost motley which comes out of tho properly owners. They are llio onos who nro benefitted nnd henco ought to pay for them. Tho business en terprise nnd progress of nil towns is measured by (he amount nnd charnclcr of iU improvement", nnd wlion tho pcoplo of Vinitn nro con vinccd (tint the money will bo ju diciously used in tho wny of city improvements it will bo forth coming not before Tho present mnyor nnd city council nro r.enl ously engnped in trying to butler the c...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 March 1892

nw. l-.'ijLn k t i. V t , ,.. ,f -,- -, . . .. T,, rfr-,ar..i. .. T -, if " f- TV inm' " T" r T" " " - '" "u r- 1 . - : MSL9SB " i I PKIIKimi.. Lndian Chieftain. 3 r r ViNtTA, Ini. Tkii., Men. 31, 1802. 1Local Railroad Tlmo Tablet. MIUUIll, KANSAS A 1KXA8. ootid tocrn , M Id A T. Kxiirett I llmti'l St. I. AT.Kx A!tmx 4'iien.m A W.m I 4 w m 0'34)l.m noixomiTtl. So i.T. Si. I. Alll'lifx So. 3. Mo Ka A Til rx So,M, freight nil arcom ft ..ri A III 8 Ms linnr. I o i it in I i mil PKrAiii 8 11 am 10 Mum Oiam RT. I.OUI8 A SAN ritAHCISCO HAIMVAY. IIOIIH WMT r.. fit ti lofinimlin ArfOinmotlallon rn AIIUVK. II Mim lliloain. nrrAiiT MMtpm noixn ait St. tonls presa Accommodation Through eoachea from a AM IVK I Aopm nrrAiiT nrm a.nnm Ioalto Gaimfpa, YI.1ITA Clll'MII MIIICTOUV. M.K Church Sonlli 3 W McOrarjr,iailori Sabbath school at iO 00 ml lircaclilnu at II a" m. amU p. m prayer meetlna: eterjr Vjil nea.liy manlna; Cummnnlon aarrlca arerj ant Snnilar. rrasbytarlan Uinrcli -I) S Allrn, naa ton ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 March 1892

... i ,n Tkmmntssrtim ), ?n :,,;,m7.i. JkvtxMI1 lM; , El I i f,i i . sr ; I i r Ml I (I '! I i ; 1 1 f o FARM AND GARDEN. THE ABT OF ORAFTINQ. MoW to Vtttntm Ih Detlrata Operation wllh l'r!ot farm. Anyone possessed of fair Inlolllffence anil n Rood tlcffrce of core may prac tice some of the moro slmplo methods ESJ Q- of grafting and C(c vl with good sue S " V cess. A grafted no. 1. tree will usually War In from two to fire years, which, with the certainty that the fruit will bo truo to name, rItcs If great ndvan ta(f OTcr nursery stock. Scions are cnltlnzs from shoots of the prorious year's growth, and should ho taken irom a thrifty, vigorous tree. They may be cut In De cember or Feb ruary, or, In deed, any tlr.io In early spring before the buds Iwo-ln to swelL no Or the cuttings may be made at the timo they aro set, If the grafting Is performed before tho leaves appear. If they aro not to be used at once, they may be kept for an Indefinite period by placing them In n box of sand or...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 April 1892

v g-. &h TOTfeWqyK!W''tewg mPmMtmmmVmM.mtmum hmmmwuvmm.amtwmwwmmm mmnmvm.iwima.vami!i!i ihmcsbw- 7."K'W-'- tm m'V'W-' ssM.ia' r CHIEFTAIN. THE INDIAN o' CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1892. VOI . . NO. 81. SHVF CUnnENT COMMENT. Uiiitisu naval expenditures for thin year were- fixed nt (75,000,000, an In crease of $12. 000 6vrr lust year. It la claimed that tho fnst time now mndo on Amcrlcnu railways exceeds tho r.pecd made on tho English roads. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Qleanod By Telegraph and ZialL Twkxtv.tiiiiki: thousand travelers re ceived ho.spttnllty In tho snow-bound convent of St. llcrmtcj during tho iat year. llr.nf.ix tixfvfcmHTY Is tho third larg est In thc.J'World. Paris, with 0,315 htudents, and Vienna with 0,220, ore large. "With noma 0,000 homicides In tho "United States, tlwro wcro but 133 legal executions. Judge Lynch ofllclntcd at 105 more. If tho United States one railroad pas-t-cngcr In every 2,800,000 Is hilled, but In l-rntico...

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 April 1892

fflilllll! ' . " ' '" ,ji"l II III HIIIMHIM M l.lll. ,;. HI II 1 I lIMJ MR iWaJfflitwgj -c rf-ili i.r fi t i . . -we -rVSTfaifovr . ? . f r-- vV .-jar'-" e u ) 6 Indian Chieftain. Spl.SO Par Year In Advanoo. rnbtlebed Thnradaya lijr tile IntiUK C'mtriAix I'ontttnniiiCnurAKTi M, M. MAKKS, Etllterr , X. I!. MII.'I'OKH; Xnnflffcr. -r T -& - & VintTA, Iwn. Tun., JVrit. 7, 1802 That; good rttul '"iious man,?' (lie editor of thoAtl vocnto, is sure ly getting in hie work on tint Muld row Urpister, Whiur tho "pious mnn,rrofcrrod to numlwflono nnd two, ho ovidontly ntruck a tender pitied. u " '. In a recent issuo tho Tji1i1ccU:i1i Telephone, nlluding to tho ques tion os to tho number nfChorokces in til is nation who do not speak Knglieh, makes uo of this very remarkable statement: "There are at tho very lowest cstimnto 10,000 fullbloods, 5,000 of whom hnvo not tho slightest knowledge) of tho English language." Lot's see; thcro nro 2o,000 citiicns.nll told, in tho Chorokeo nation, and...

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 April 1892

Indian Chiof tain. -jj 3; Vinita, Ino. Ti:k., Arn. 7, 1802 Local Railroad Time Tablet. MHoOUIlI, KANSAS &TKXA8. noma ioutii AHIIIVK liKI'AIIT. 4tH.m. :8ti.m. M. I. M, K. A T. MiiiroM S 1. Y,ilknhni.UM.Kx 4:03n.m OfWp.tn noiNiiyonTil. A HITK, I DKTAtlT 8iM m. I SiMnrn loilAp, ml lOiiApm l):l'R m. I OiMnm Vo. 4.T. BI.T..A tll'bx So !. Ma. K ft Tex ex So.H, freight and aceom 8 r. 1.0U1S A HAN mAWCMCO KA1I.WAY. "" OOIKt7wrT. AII1IYK. IhVlpm llitnam. nrrAiiT. IllOpm. I!. St I. toBepulpa Accommodation nolNdKAiT Alt IVK. t:S"pm DKIMHT St. Lnnlt exprett ArrammniUtlon Through coaehee from 8 .l.lVtn. (ilium. Ionlita Bapnfpa, ri.MTA CIIUI1LII IMIlLCTOIir. M.E.Chnrch South J.W McCrary, paelnri Sabbath tchool at 10:00 a. m.i preaching at II a. n. anil 7 p. m i prayer meeting erery Wed neaday renin;. Commnnlon ttrtlce eery Oral Sunder. Preebyterlan Church. n N Allen, pat tori preaching, Sunday at II a. m. anil 7 p. in, i Bandar eehoolalloa, m. prayer meet IngThnraday night. Congregational Chn...

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 April 1892

mn ,, , ' ralifll-aatmaaff Ml r nAalRHMHKSBEiiMut. j''" n-wi"-, " "" NIBJllula-aTIxWJ.UIaaMI ie .zr raxzr-, s.t-wjw. v., f -hi i i i M.A. 4- aaas , fl .14 'fl k J zpe FARM AND GARDEN. FOR QREASINQ POULTRY. A ferlrt Which Slay He Ciilleil "Tin 1'nnltcrcr' Krlrmt" Among tho many enemies with which the poultry-nan hits to contcr.itl noao nro no subtle ns the parasites which ancle nwny ttio life-blood of his flock, depriving them tint of gracofitt mo tion, then of fflossy pltimnjre, growth, activity, nml finally of extslcnco Itself If they bo not remoroil. No (lock Is ex empt from tholr attaaks, hotveror well bred nnd handsomely housed It mny be, ond whether owned by Inborcr or lord. These Insect foes nro no respecter ol portions, nnd will creep In ond multiply In tinlookcd-for ways. Worst of all, the nmntcur seldom knows what causes his flock to droop, nnd administers dritgM nnd condition powders without f fleet. 1 ho old poitltry-kecpcr notes the first symptoms: In fact Is likely to n...

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 April 1892

w .I o J'J THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 32. "" f r .a. . o .rfUEisBB)1 CURRENT COMMENT. At Lexington, Minn., Miss Mxlo Colo Is tho express, ngent, MissKmlly Wright Is tho post mistress nnd Miss Mollie Hos klna ha charge of tho telegraph ofllce rnr. blood vessels In the white of tho rye nro so small that they ilo not admit the llttlo, red corpuscles to which the ordinary real nppoarancc of tho blood la due. TtlKnr Is n whirlpool In the Banta Fo river, three miles northwest of High Springs, Fla,, Into which ono thousand feet of lino has been lowered without finding bottom. i-- - - Viiancka and Mary Arnold-Korstcr luvc written a llto of Alphonso XIII., of Spain, tinder tho tltlo "Horn a King," which l probably the only known record of so short a life. Mns. Sauau TiTTf.it Hoi.ton, onco fa mous as tho pioneer poet of Indiana, liest known by her production, "P.uldla Your Own Canoe," Is still IWIng In In dian...

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 April 1892

ii lawragw 'I S t -SjrMiJj 'vHfmmm ,. sCh,W,v rr)'..,.,,i.'!niijw'Hi.rMukijLiRLy , ,tmK , x. tf &&' Efi i u 1 n i Ju Indian Chieftain. LSO 3r Year Is JLdvaxa&oe. Published Thnredara hj Tut MDtaK C'nitrTAlK I'DnLumxciCoxrANT, M. M. NAKK.H, IMIter. M. K. XIIiFORH, iH(rrr. Vinita, Ind. Teh., Am. 14, 1892. LtTTi.K Rock is to get n military post. Thk Phllndnlpliia mint coined 04,000,000 pennies Inst year. KEOROE8 havo platted two town tHea in the now country to be opened on tlic 10th. Tuesday, tlio 10th inst., nt noon is the time decided on for tho open- ngot tho Clicyenno and Arapahoe country. TnE corner Mono of tho' Grant monument in Now York will he laid the 27th Inst, by President Harrison. The Cherokeo Live Slock asso ciation will go into tho courts nnd try to have thu note they executed to thin nation drclnred void. The Shnwnce Sun, a new, neat and newny paper comes to our ex change tablo, edited and published by K G. Phelps, Shawnco, Okla homa. In spitk of tho yellrt o...

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 April 1892

lO' 0 I 1 A v IMian Chieftain. Vimta, Ind. Tkr., Apr. 14, 1802. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MISSOURI, KANSAS TKXAB. OOIMCl SOUTH. NT I 1 M. It. AT. Enreee S i. Jl, llanb'Hi LAT.Kx Aiinir tioea.m S'Mp.m nrAHT. 4 cwa.m. 8:18p.m. nOIRONOIITIIl Ho. 4. T. SI, I. A lll'bea No. 1, to Ke ItTti ex No.al, rrelajht and aecom A RITK, I tlUPAliT 8 Ml III I siMem lowtp ml I0ilftim Oil" in. Sijnam ST. I.OUI8 A SAN rilANCISCO ItAll.WAT. nOINO HIT, Xi SI Tj toBapulua Aeoommodstlon lliMpm lliloam. ntrAHT, llitopm aointi CAST St. Ijonlt express . . AMommmtitlon . ..... Throuih coaches from St An in l.sopm T DrAHT- S.11im. S:iMm. Louis to Sapufpa, VIMTA CHUIICII DIBKCTOar. l.XT McCrary, paslari I. m.l pieohlnrit II I prayer meeting Beery wed Communion serrlce seery M.K.Chnreh South flabhalh school at 10.00 a a. in anrt7p m nesnay evening. nrsiounaar. rrtabyterlan Church. D. N Allen, pas tori preaching, SnmlsTS at Jl a. m, and 7 p. ra.i Sunday school at 10 a. m. prayer meet In Thunder nlhts. Cone rotati...

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 April 1892

MLLIMMMMfliIllllCTil JMBMK1 ' M MiMUiMlpi''llii''''"'Ai", sV,m . ...:ii- ......... TT'T .... ..iinr "-r-r f '- .-.., ii ii. i uimwmii i " "' " -""' V'l V K TO I i & JTcads off diseaso Dr. Tiorco's Golden Med ical Discovery. In a way, that you can understand, too, by purifying tho blood. When you'ro weak, dull and languid, or when blotches and eruptions appear that's tho timo to tnko it, no matter what tho Bcanon. It' easier to prevent than to liavo to euro. For all diseases caused by a tor pid liver or impuro blood, Dyspep eia, Biliousness, Scrofulous, Skin, or Scalp Diseases oven Consumption (or Lung -scrofula), in its earlier Binge, tlio "Disoovory" is tho onlv remedy that's guaranteed. If it docs'nt benefit or cure, you havo your money back. You pay only for tho good you get. Tho proprietors of Dr. Sago's Ca Komeilv loso fcfiOO if vou'rn tarrh Item not cured of Catarrh. Tlioy prom- icn in liltr Vrtti flint if ilintr fiinV " V" I"V J" " - V-N euro you. What do you loso by tryi...

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 April 1892

HBnHV4 THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 33. CURRENT COMMENT. Ow nn nvcrago Ihcro nro 100 boys lmrn to every 100 girls; but raoro boys Uo in Infancy than girls. Oath, rats and mlco cannot exist In Lcadvlllo, Col., tho nlmosplicro thcro being so rarefied as to prove fatal to them. A cumo foot of newly fallen snow weighs 6) pounds, nnd has twelve times tho bulk of an equal weight of water. Aritoros of tho nftcr-tho-f uncrnl feast, It wiw Tom Mooro who said that In grief ho always found eating a won drous relief. Tub pcoplo of l'nris havo consumed within tho year 21,591 horses, 220 don Jieys and 40 mules, tho meat weighing, according to tho returns, 4,015 tona, Tub region nlioul tho Dead sea Is ono of. tho hottest places on tho globe, nnd the ncn Is sold to loso 1,000,000 tons of water a day by evaporation. And yet It never Rocs dry. Tiiulnrgcst brain ever weighed by tho scientists was Hint of Turgcncft", tho ...

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 April 1892

"" " i 'I'll" " 'Pi' i"h i , MMBWMMBBMBBIIPIWIWB mi in mm mr ,, '- -mrv -- - - '"' '' llrl1'"" """ " "' '"" -1 f 4aWb c hTL fo t? t it III l I Indian Chieftain. HUSO JPr Tu la Xdvauaoo. astr-- I'nbllihfilThnrnUT by fM Iicdmr (JiiurTAtic rtjiaiMitifuCriMrAXY, JCltf XaKKS, Miter. X, E. MltOt'OR, Manager. vinitA, Ind. Teh., Ar. 21, 1892. Wheat Is beginning to tako llio s0first plh'co In tho speculative world Tub expenses of tho lower limine, of congress is estimated nl $800 per dny. O.nr very ronmrkablo thing about eomo cmnrl pcoplo is that they can not understand why everybody else ib not Binnrt too. ' Sooners, speculators and boom ers constitute tho major portion of tho throngs that rushed into tho Cheyenno nnd Arapnhoo country Tuesday. Now that tho Cheyenno nnd Arapahoo country is opened to set tlement, tho next thing in order will bo tho booming of the opening of tho Strip. A heavy rain storm visited this part of the territory Tuesday even, ing accompanied with considera ble hnil i...

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 April 1892

Indian Chieftain, Vinita, Ind. Tkk., Am. 21, 1892. Local Railroad Tlmo Tables. MHSOUKt, KANSAS ft TKXAB. ooma sotrrii. Si. 1,M 11. A T. Krnree 1, llanli'l gt.L.AT.Kx Allium 4 :08a. m OiMi'.m ncrAHT. iioaa.m. :1',T. OOl.tOKOnTH. tfo. . T. St. T..A lll'bex So. , MoKi T ex Wn.lW, fralirlit and-aecqm A JllTK. I DkTART 8:Ma.m I SiRSnm iniiftp. ml loiispm Dilia m. Oilftmn ST. I.OUIS ft HAS mANCISCO HAIUVAV. s?v OOIXCI IT KIT. Kx. SI Ij to8amla Accommodation AIIHI IIiMum lltlnam. IIKPAIIT. liitopm. I10IHO KAIT aii ivie. I nrAHY Lnnli nxprcM I :Wpm S.I.ifm. Accommodation I ....'... I SilMim, Through, cneeiicerromm. ioaiaio sapaine. TIMTA VllUlltll DlllKCTOItr. M. K. Church 8onlh I.W McCrary, fiaitori lo:oo a. m.l iirtaciungai u I nrayar meatlna: every Wed. Communion atrYlee over Sabbath tchool at 10:00 a a. m. and 7 p. m neiday erenine;, nrat nnr.uar. I'rtibytertan Chnrch. II. If Allen, pal- tori nriachtng, Snndaya at II a. m. and 7 p. n.i Sonday ichool at 10 a. m. prayer meet IngThariday n...

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 April 1892

43 ttaaaaai i -Tim tntnymwWi aavlaaaaaanaVi inn nRVM U 4 I . H n tnrniiranT.... o, i' ,f b P H ft VT ' r & j i ii Ek. 1 1 S; ijL F f-j THE FARMING WORLD. SOME SHEEP TALK. A Handy Ferdlna; Rack Trent men t of )n nml LamlM. In tlio accompanying cut is shown a nliolch of a aheen rnclt and trough. I linvo tried nit kind I Iibyc seen in tills end Oio old country, nml I liavo found nono 1 like ro well as this. Tlio (Treat objection to most Is that tlio flno elm IT, liny reed, etc., pet Into tlio wool. Tills lo entirely obviated In this rack by pine ItifffflS-lncli hemlock bonrd along tho top, And then nil the fine mid best feed will fall Into tho lower trough, which Is used for feeding grain and ensilage. All my racks aro placed along tho slilo of Ilia stable, Tlio great, objection to having them In the center Is that sheep, when frightened or roughly handled, nro llab'o to run ngalnst them and bo Injured. When Hie etvo has lambed 1 place her find her little Inmb in a separata apart m...

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 April 1892

1 u -11181 o (, THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. tiURtiENT OOMMENT. Tub Urltlsli museum has thirteen miles or bookshelves alUllcd. wn.mi CovxtY, l'u., has n genius who dreams tho correct location of oil wells. NieAlt-sialttls hereditary, Tint n larger pcrccntngo prevails amonff blondes than bruncttcm. Ahoxo Hngllsh pcoplo rinrlcbrown Iinjr Is nioro than lw leo as common on lialr of any other shade. Tim hmpress Eugenie paid 1,000 francs (00) per. ounco for a braid of Italr tlinl exactly matched her own. To bo perfectly proportioned It is said that a man should weigh twenty-eight pound for every foot of his height. fnexcit rcnortcrs now nV nn. nt night by tho light ofatlnylncan descent lamp attached to tho pencil. M'w- ' O. IlAimis, of Venice, was present at forty-nlno battles and skirm ishes of tho lato civil war as a nurse. At tho prewnt day stored pigs roam Inviolate ttlwut tho lluddhlst monas teries of Canton and e lscwhero In China. Qukkx VlcroittA has a book which is eighteen...

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