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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 April 1892

r W -J fe -i,..!r;Lfl,.j,i,m.l;,''i r-iui.1.. rii-fTtTWlft'if-l-i 'fi ' '' " " 'a' T...... n -iiiT ?t i -T -A r i umm-m.Ji.m-tmMatm- """ '"' " "Bj -f 4 I 1 PI, ,1 1 I & 4 f l' fc I i f 9 M t , fj. . 'hi ir,f A Indian Chieftain: 9LSO Fir Y.r la Advance. 1 rabtliritd Thnrtdayt liy Tut Indian CiiiRriAiK ruitLiamnaCoMrANT, J. 31. MAKRS, Editor. X. K. MILFOKDj Mnnn&cr. Vinita, Ind . "Tei.", AriuT 1802. TmrtTY-Foun etntofl have adopt ed tho Auslrnlinu pyslcm ofbnlloU Great Bhitai.n'b appropriation for tho World's fnlr 1b $300,000 and that 6T Franco $G7ff,C00. " CilAH. RlJKD, defendod th dicd In Haiti tho attorney who ""snfsln, Ouitenu, ft last week. ' Tho Southwest Missouri Press Association meets at Neosho to day and will continuo three days. The high water mark of cattle receipts at Chicago was passed Inst Monday, when nearly 33,000 arrived there. Rumoiis have it that Jay Gould is to leavo tho directory of the Union Pacific railroad and thereby lose control of that system. If th...

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 April 1892

ff'l""l'' fcW r. If ., -j -. - -..- - -- - - --- 1 nirv i---aiMiiiiTiiJnVjJ-i-r - l-- " '- ""'fc'h,1-hMfc"MMIMMf TJ . . A'JrilflMllir - - - '- X:. ' - V-.- -.'i k r II 111 M 1 1 Til ft Til II ' ""' ' . . - . r i iTT. . i I I MM II I I f I r r, IMMMMMOTPi -. vr I 3 , I Indian Chief tain. Vimita, Ind. Tkh., Arn. 28, 1802. Local Xallroad Time Tablet. MlSSOUItl, KANSAS A TEXAS, noun south. . -, i ii a'IMIT TlKfAtlT Hi l.M. It.A T. MxiireM (:i.ni Mm.ra. S,J. llltanb'ISt.LftT.Kx ;Mi.m I lWiJin notrcnwonTii. No 4, T. Sl.fc.A lll'bex No. f . Mo Ki A Te ex No M, freight and accnm A 1IITX. I IIKPAIIT 8:Ma m. I s;Mem 10il5 ml lotlApm ti;IM in. l):I.Wm 3T. I.OU A BAN KHANCISCO ItAll.WAY. OOI1XI Kill. Dtl'AMT. JJ:0im. Ex St I- toflapnlpa , Accommodation . AnHIVR. lliMpm lliliiam. IIOIKd KAtT St Louie expreaa Accommodation Through eoediee from 8 An ivx isSOpm I n it r i s.ir.p 8ll.1l. PAIIT tf.pm. J... ..,... onlfto Sapulpa, TM1TA CllUlltll DIIIECTOHT. M.K. Church South J V McCrary, paelori Sabba...

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 April 1892

iiKi!mtoiriiijgiOMiiap UWj tiitifimmmnutui rnmumSmiitXSkMViiivmm mmiMxMJilmmimtmmm iesia.itsi1iiiiiis-HinB Triuifflmniiiiiwttitwjahmw ii KriWfcWttHiiyiiiBWtlgSlia11""" " ; . 7 ' ii M, .o FARM AND GARDEN. BUILDING Fon POULTRY. A Homo villi Arrnmmnilnllnn for Two lltlnilreil I'nnli, The lllttilrntlons herewith, a sketch of which wnn stent ns by Mr. -'aim II. Cnttghey, of rcnnnyWiitila, (ftro nn Idea of nctmp1ctc poultry linllcllnj? nmplo for the accommodation of two hundred fowls. It mny bo extended on Iho name plan to hold mon fowls, font It would Iks prefcrnhlc to construct other build ings rather than to overcrowd the hlnls In one. Two hnhtlrcii limn to a single building arc enough. The building nnd runi Illustrated provide, what Is re quired. It need not le nn elaborate biilldliifr, but tho plainest In Its con tlrucllon cim bo made to nerve tho pur- via. 1. pKitM'RCTiVR vir.w op coMrv.rnr. IMl'LTHV IIOUSK. pose admirably. Tho general view In given In l'lg. t. The ground plan, Tig....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 May 1892

THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. OniEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 35. CURRENT COMMENT. In the Snlmrn desert llio day may be boiling hot, but not (infrequently tlio temperature nt night falls bolow the freezing point. India furnishes n market for largo tiumbe.sof white diamonds, ns well iui for yellow or colored diamonds, or stones with flaws or specks In them. Tlio natives Invest tlielr savings (n tlicm and other precious gems, ;u wo do in stocks and Hhnrcs. Ivonr Is sonslllvo to weather. Ex posnrp to cold soon cracks Hand renders billiard balls untrtio. Thoy nro easily knocked out of shape, too, If not well made. Tho center of tho tusk should go through tho center of tho ball to pro servo best a tn(o spherical form. Hn. Knock I-'ithian, of nrccnwlch, Cumberland county, N. J was born Way 10, 1703, h still living and will eel cbrnto his 100th year May 10. Ko was rondo n mason In tho'yenrlBlO.atllrcnr ly Lodgo, No. 3, llrldgcton, Cumberland co...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 May 1892

S-SKSASSSSSK IPIiMjIBBPjIjIPPIPjpjjlJiljgjjjHgjjlpppffj, Tf HH KjWW"i""i'v JUi ft -" . ..., t , .J. A." .T . . ..' tffflmFTWrP5?B3 rWB-Sw s ""HlfV""1 - JffiBlSSjHaw i TiH ' iMfrTimirwiii i 'THvjjtj. jjci'TrirfT'"'"" ' '" ' ui ' " im&miim5imMSKBtrt!n immrOT ",--ima.a-.- , .-, '"rlH ' m u .u. 'g O o II i'p if 'fi Indian CkicftainjifL $l.BO 3Tr Yr In, Advunoa, , . l'nblletifilTlittrsilsjs by Viti Indian OiiurtAiN rimLiinma Company, J. M. XAKRS, Editor. X. K. XILFOKB, Manager. Viicita, Ind. Tun., May 5, 1892. Pahbonb will got tho free Jo livery postal eervlco nftor Juno 1st. An undertakers' trust is being formed in all tho largo cities of tho United States. A medical collogu has been Or ganized at Guthrlo, and a hospital is to bo started. Tho Kansas City Live Stock Ex chongo has raised its membership from $100 to 8500. At tho present rato of increase Vinita will have doubled Lor pop ulation in two moro years. Senator Stanfokd has sold $100,000 worth of trotting horses thus far this ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 May 1892

5.V - -& te!ar'9Sftr3sTrTB-rraj. Indian Chieftain. Vimta, Ind. Tkii., May 6, 1802. Looal Railroad Time Tabloi. MISSOURI, KANSAS A TEXAS. OOIHO IOVTII. Wi.. 1. M No, I. llanb'ISt.I, K. ft T. Kxnrete AT. Ex AIIRITK 4:OKR.m 0:W.m IlKl-AHT. 4:osa.m. (liwp.m. noixtmonTit. No. 4,T. Ht.L.ft Itl'bex No. 3, Mo. Kl ft Tex ax K. in. frlxlitni1 accom A BIVK. I HKI'AHT 8:.vi.m. I SiMam Inilnp. ml 10:1A)im Oia tn. OilNam 8T. I.OUI8 A8ANKIUNC18CO KAIMVAY. flOIKO tf KIT. Ex. St I, toflapnlpa . Aecoinmodatldn AnntYK. 1 1 iMpm lliloam. nxrAiiT. 12l40pm. QOINfl AT St. fault eirpreea Arenmmndallnn . . . Through coachea from 8 I An itk. I liSOpm . ijo'al'eio f DCPAIIT S.l.lrm. ijo'al'iio Sepalna! T 1.1 IT A CIIUIIUI Ullir.CTOIir. t. K. Chnreh Sonlh Sabhath ichool It 10:00 a. m. and 7 p. m. neiday etmlng. nreinnnaar. Freebytertan Chnreh. I) .W MeCrary, pailori . m.i preaching at 11 prayer meeting erery wail. Commnnton aiiTlca etery N Allan, paa- m. and 7 t. ra.i Snnder acliool at 10 k. m.t prater mee...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 May 1892

mmmmmmmmmemmmmmMMsammmm --- wnijniqCTiiCT..NiTO ii.aiyn.i .Mir'UaWiMwAa i aBaajMBnaauhv ammmmmm ft f I I w ki i II lit I M 'I i1 I'i h'J- ft i If n m i.S n C 1 ,M VI f AGRICULTURALIIINTS. DINS AND GRANARIES. Ilotr lo Care for n Crop or tlrnln Afler Brrnrlnn; It. After llio cnllro season has Wen spent ill Krowltitf nml Rocnrlnp; the crcp of grain, It should lo then well taken care of and not nllowed to Ho scattered over tlio lloor or piled tip in one corner of tlio bulldlntf accessible to chickens, mice, etc A granary I a necessity. Several plans, engraved after sketches of L. I). Hnook, nro shown herewith. That In 1'ljf. 1 Is twelve by sWtccn feet nml will )o!d noarly four hundred bushel of rrrnln. Ono comer of the born Is tho location most convenient for nil pur poses. Tlicro Is n window nt tho side, four foot from tho floor. The bin nt the end of the nlloy Is four by twclvo feel. Tho nlley h of the snmo dimen sions nnd can also bo used ns n bin after oo I '"""'il f.t . r. "" rti -...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 May 1892

i 1 It I J1 t fey HE INDIAN CfflEFTAIN. 1. r - . J' as. tis W VINITA. INDIAN TEltlUTQRY. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1892. VOI . X. NO. 36. TAIN PUBLISHING CO. Utiv . - r ? JT tr- - 4c t-3- cr tfc or v ThS? y & i. I"! i . . 'sv i?r- t KCUBENT .COMMENT. ,4iaauADEinAJf has a garden on his .. 'iooi.There he crows his own vegetables. L . .J-.- .A " f.i. T -v:i. - A i- t . . 4 JHBMAECK is a great, siueicni OI . Sbekspcsrc lie quotes the great En- ' -fc' :slhzim frequently. l rv 5-.--n - - y. .?:" . : rr- . . 'A3Tenterpnsinff physician in Cali fornia advertises: "I will pay half of -tfie funeral expenses in cases where I sa not successf m." JiirR rmllino writer fml nt. meals is dv- fc--Tl. .... 'PI. .... -1 f K a m.Ia.1 J.J. .Z UUU J.11UILN1UIU Ul JKVflC UC (jiUUf - aad now some doctors who recommend- Pl -ed it say it's all nonsense. . .j- Crakes, storks and wild geese fly fast r--"nnJa to make the trip from northern . .fEnrope to Africa in a week, but most of kO them rest, north of the 'Medite...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 May 1892

n, 4K&. 1ft ht ": 9 -5 iw" llL -NX TB TP '''nCBaHnBaMBHMMavT SLSOPax "Soar 2a Agaric; " s Thb s6xks CnjejTAtsl'CBLisnisoCoin'AXT, rPlbllihnlTha aya by -3 , -. J. M. XAURS, Editor. VV' X. E. MILFOROj Mann? :er. VlittTA, IND. TEE., MAY 12, 1S92. Next Monday the Strip matter is to be taken up by the sub-Indian committee. According to Prof, will be a very wet .stormy as well. Hicks, May month and Chief Harris has gone to Wash ington city, having been summon ed there by the delegation. Partitioning the laud of the Cherokee nation does not neces sarily involve a change of ourTonn of government. Litigation over improvements .in this country is in its infancy, and it is quite difficult to tell where it will end. The Cheyennes and Arapahoes are dissatisfied with the opening of their country and threaten the settlers with violence. The Cherokee delegtes in Wash ington have employed W. A. Phil lips (Quilika) to assist in present ing our matters before congress. It is now generally conceded...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 May 1892

ft&JW" ' X E- MM" taaf luian Cliieftai -1S92. ?Sg ' -l3VrNnrLn'Tv-o r . .. , Ki " Sfcl BaiIroadTS?ible! K ' -" yMOPM. A gf EXAS- Bj 'V i Jr. .: -" I !IltlK IlKI-AIIT. Br J" -tlEZ IlJMlXOBTII. aV J- t-r :.Vrt r I A HUE. I KKPAUT W 1,1,1..... I ?.". M I C.t..m 3Vfo."St. Mo. i tTei rx llo. :.. ml WrlSpni f""-gairaM nnu awtim I :i:t n III. -f;iam .T.St A-SAX FRAXCISCO RAILWAY. -- . T- S fcjaFwu. s ' - Ex. St. 1 to Sapnli'a ?5i iAecomraadHrlnn ' ."V. f GOING CAST W .-3 I aiihivk. I ntrAirr. ll:.v,pm I li:43jim ll:Mam. I . . 1 i ft K"iV2W. male express j. arjccommoaation j,-J " Throuch coach ' Through coaches from St. DCTAKT 3.1.'(-m. 3:i:,nra. IxnUto Sapulpa. Alt 1VK 2 :50pm TIXITA CUCIttU UIKKCTOUV. M.E. Chnrch South I W McCrary, pa6lor: thhath school at 10:00 a ra.: ireachlnirat 11 a. m. andTti.m : rraTer meeting every Wed- ' aeeday evening. Communion service every SratSnndar. Vresbyterlan Church. D JT Allen, pas ter; preachln;. Sundays at II a. m. ana . p. SB. Sunday school at lu ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 May 1892

". J v5rrf i.C i .- 5V- ir aPbf" ,W $ i' i x a FARM AND GARDEN. FOR SHEEP RAISERS. IFonr to Unlld a Comblnatloa Hay nitd Grala IVrJ Hark. The raclc I have had made is ten feet long, although it need .not necessarily he so. I make it ten feet as it suits the dividing of the Turlington sheep pens. Yards divided by a combination hay nnd feed rack are very convenient. Suppose the pens are thirteen feet in width, as they are at Turlington, in ad dition to the rack you can have a three foot gatff.bctvrcnn the rack and wall to admit of passageway from fold to fold, cither for yourself or sheep. The rack is set on blocks one foot from the ground, but I would much pre fer wheels. The measurement from top of block to top of rack is thirty inches. The rack is boarded downward from the top eighteen inches; the re maining twelve inches is divided by blats into two and one-half inch spaces for the sheep to extract the hay. The slats arc simply jtronr plaster laths; fence boards one inch thick com...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 May 1892

- , r - wife N jjdiitf.i A THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. r-l CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 37. HjHH ,n h. CURRENT COMMENT. IiIbs. Hebcr Newton has the reputa tion of being-one of the few women who would never consent to have a photo graph taken or a portrait painted. According to a law of nature, when a , body is cooled it becomes heavier than when it is hot. There is one exception to the rule, however, and that is in the , case vjf water. Stdnkt Smith, who thought man- land consumed too much food, said old friendships arc sometimes destroyed by toasted cheese, and hard salted meat has led to suicide. - Miss West, of Unionville, 0., is proud of her skill as a hunter. Some If" s7lnA.fal, .FVjal. al n 4- f .k4 AAm ..k.M?l TA... time since she shot fourteen quail, four rabbits, and accidentally blew off the cud. of her dog's tail. fl Wrm-nnn K -.,.. , " "V ,""- ""Tf -irr. . . a .ZTr ""ir , ,. day the other day. He enjoys the dis - tincti...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 May 1892

X - H f V Indian Chieftain. Sl-SO Psrl'oarla .S.d'o-a.ric Published Thursdays by The Indian- Chiij-tain I'riiLiMiiM.CoirAST, D. M. HARKS, Editor. 31. E. HILFORD, Xauagcr. Vimta, Ixd. Tek., May 19, 1892. Kindness is the fcunshinc in which virtue grows. The Arkansas river is said to be higher than it has been for years. Audmore has an ice factory which turns out f-evon tons t.cr dav. "Not dead but sleepeth," is the condition of the Strip agreement at this time. Politicians are never satisfied until they fall into the hands of the undertaker. United States Senator John S. Barbour, of Virginia, died very suddenly last Saturday. Wyoming sends two lady dele gates to the Republican National convention at Minneapolis. The man who knocked the , per simmon and still holds on to the pole ought not to run loose. TiiEjpresent term of the United States court at Muskogee outstrips .any previous term in point of num .ber of attendance. The Strip agreement will soon be placed in its little cradle, t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 May 1892

Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ld. Teiu, May 19, 1S92. local Eaxlroad Time Tables. Missounr, Kansas a texas. " coins outii AUHirKl UKI'AnT. t-N.m -Hca.m. K-). 1, XlflC. 4 T. Kxiires Ko.3. Ilanb'l St.L.&T.Ex ftOlXOXORTH. " -. I A KltE. I DKTAIIT No. .T.St L.& JU'uex I 8:SAs.m. S:Marn No. S. Mo K &Tex ex I W:lsp. ni 1 10:15pm N SS. freight nml ar.com j 9:1 a m. I l:15ain &r. i-ouis & san niAXcisco kailvtat. OOIM1 WkST. .VHHIVK. DKPirr. ll:23ni li:m. 11:1mm. . . Ex St L toSspulpa Ancummodatlon COIJ.O CAST Alt ivk I nr.rtirr St Iritis express.. I irSOi'm j S.I.'r-m Accommodation ...- f 3:(.".pm. TbrouKh coaches from St. Louis to Sapulpa. vimta cnusin dikectokt. M.E.Chnrch South J.W McCrary. pastor: Sabbath school at 10-00 a. m.; preachlnfrat II a m. and 7ji.ni ; prayer meeting every Wed nesday erenlcg. Communion service every first Sundar. Tresby-erlan Church. I) I" Allen, ras tor; preaching, Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.i Sunday school at 10 a. m.; prayer meet I np Thu...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 May 1892

-5 THE FARMING WORLD. FARMERS' SEED TESTER. The Apparatus I'scil liy tho 17. S. Depart mpnt of Ajrrlcultarr. The accompanying engraving rcpre cents the secMestinr apparatus which has been in constant use in the seed di vision of the I'nited States department of agriculture since September, 1SS3. It consists of a heavy block-tin pan 17 inches in length by 12 inches in width and 2SX inches in depth. It is painted inside and out. Two and one eighth inches from the bottom is a ledge half an inch in width, soldered to the sides. It is upon these that the ends of the brass rods rest and support the V-shapcd pockets in which the seed is placed to determine its vitality. The . pockets reach nearly to the bottom of the pan. They are held in position by Xo. 9 brass wires ll5i inches in length. They arc passed through the hemmed edges of the pockets and project half en inch beyond the ends. To make a pocket, take two strips of unbleached thin muslin, each lO'i by 1$ inches, and turn a hem on e...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 May 1892

zr r Lb Hull THE CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 38. s ci INDIAN CHIEFTAIN j pr ifo- . If , y -s r T U,J ils.1 m l"i ET us gather the swectcstof flow ers The vklet, fra grant and blue. The laircst and s tallica lilies. And roses of loveliest hue: Xet us twine them In wreaths and In garlands, In cross and in anchor and crown: And on the low graves ol our comrades We lay them In reverence down. There Time, with the tendcrest fingers Hapiddcn the soft grasses wave, AnBl flowers blossom In beaut; AtJfcvslumbcrer's grave. The HP there his gay carols All volenti nature arc heard. And dally their music uprkclh From breeze and from bee and from bird. She cares not if moss or if marble Or naught mark tfce place of their rest On each fall the fars of the raindrops, SLe kecpeth each safe in her breast. Her daisies unfold their white petals Alike o'er the high and the low; In verdure she hides them In summer, In winter she gives them her sn...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 May 1892

U r"Sil v. I Indian Chieftain. $1.50 Por Yoar In .d-n-ai.o. Published Thursdays by Till ISDIAX CllIEriAlN 1'fBLIMUMi COMPANY, I). M. MARKS, Editor. M. E. JIILFOItD, Mana; THE WHITE MAN'S RIGHTS. With cr. Vixita, Ind. Ter., May 2G, 1S92. FnoM the tone of H. II. Hub bard's last letter, it is to be in ferred that the 2nd article of the Strip agreement had begun to lay heavy upon his stomach. Dr. Payxe, an eminent Metho dist divine, a careful man, and in a position to know, states that no less than 150 negroes were lynched in the United States the past year. The general assembly of the southern Presbyterian church met last week at Hot Springs. And the assembly of the northern branch convened at Portland Oroe gon. With the closing days of May, comes that grand day cherished by all Americans, and the rein aclnient of that beautiful custom so dear to every American heart, without regard to political laith, Memorial day 1 When through out all Southland and Northland as well, flowers are sca...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 May 1892

n r X S 1 V rxttiar x.- Vi rv, Im Tfi , My 2i, 1S92. Local 2ai!road Time Tables. SfleSOOKt, KANSAS & TEXAS. AMUTK 41 m 6:aep.m UKltKT t Ma.iu 6:-.m. N No i. m. i; T. Bxpe 3, llaab'l t.L.T.Ex ijOiki. oni. I A KIM. 1 IIM-ASI UJKte.m. I !:!an ISil.Ny ml la ISin , , itan-1 lecom I .l a ra. I 8:lam so. . r i. v Na St.. n 6T. I.OriS A SAN KKANdSCO RAILWAY. gim? unr. abuvk. I nni-Airr. U-Jiptu I U.tSiira. l:lam. .. hi St L lo Sapalpa Accomaio lation Uo:C tAST I mm sKrAitr M Ixiate express ::MHn i s.i..m. Accommodation ... J :45pm. Through coaches frem St. Loais to Sapalpa. VIMTA ClIUBUl DICKCTOBV. SI. E.Churob South I W.MeCrary, pastor; Sabbath scfeool at 10:o a. ra.: preaching at II a ia and 7 p.m.; prayer BtMtins every Wed nesday erenlng. Communion terrier every first Sunday. rrrtbytcrian Ckarcb. D N Allen, pas tor; preaching. Sundays st 11 a. ra and 7 in.; Sunday school at lu a. ra ; prayer meet ing Thursday nlgbta. Congregational Church Rev. Payette Hard, pastor; services every Sun...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 May 1892

L AGRICULTURAL HINTS. TRAPPING CROWS. and Galrn IVUann Describe Ills Trap Tells Some Good Stnrlr. It is an easy task to prevent crows depredating -jpon the com field. An outfit for the purpose is four short pieces of beard, three epps and a steel trap. The beards are nailed together as bhovrn in the bkctch. l'lace the box in the corn field after planting-, put one efjr on top, one on the ground in front, make a nest in the back end of the bos as a hen would, and put the third egg in it in such a manner as a crow mar tec it when he takes the one on the ground; then set the trap in the open ing, which should be so narrow that a crow cannot pass without stepping into the trap. The jaws of the trap should be wound with rags so it will not break the birdV leg. The trap and chain arc to lie nicely covered with dry grass. It would be just as well to place the box against a fence or stump, and put an egg on top of this instead of on the box. Crows arc proverbially cunning, but their appetit...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 June 1892

""- iff 4 J -1 StO-402 L- H Bell TAIN. THE I Mill CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. CURRENT COMMENT. The general tint of the world's fair buildings will be pale ivory. Several of them, however, will show modifica tion of that color. John IIahiton-, of West Berlin, N. J., has preserved in alcohol a pig, with a snout as long as its body and two horns over its eyes. Rev. Ella E.lLurrLKTT, of Madison, "Wis., has prepared a scries of "Talks on Constitutional History," to be given before women clubs. Miss Frances Powek Cobbe has lately received from a philanthropic woman 150,000 to be used in her vari ous lines of humane work. Tire latest whim for the owners of dogs is to make them wear shoes in the house for the purpose of protecting the polished floors. They arc made of cha mois, with leather soles. "Verixa. Morton, a young colored girl, has recently graduated from the Wom en's Medical college, of Philadelphia, and is the first woman of her race to enter the ranks as an educated physi cian. Mr. ...

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