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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 September 1892

amsmmM "" " -" . RBB SSZaM&l? m?- -yH.- SEimJEZ O u i rr ,' if '. ik i .a s v ur M.. ( v, wf-.t Indian Chieftain. 3LS30 Par To&r In. Ji.dva.jaoe. rahlUbed Ttnmtiri by Indiax oiiirrtAm roiiuiniiiOoirAKTt l. ,. MARKS, X.I Editor. :. MILt'OKD, Manager. VinitA, Im. Tint., Sun 15. 1892. Tub Peoples' party In Arkansas was pulled lo soon. John. L. Sullivan is now called the great ox-pounder. If tlio Choctnws are cnpablo of self-government tlio fact should assert itself now. It is said that Judgo Ward will bo a candidate senate next bummer. Joo L. for the The Telephone thinks that the Chieftain isn't "in it" when it comes to tho Kansas City cattlo markots. A great joker that Tele phone. It now transpires that Col. Win. A. Phillips was really in the otn ploy of tho cattlemen on tho Strip, when employed by our delegation as attornoy for tho Chorokeo nation. When Col. llugh A. Pinsraore takes his seat in congress from tho 6th Arkansas district, It is safo to say tho Cherokees will havo...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 September 1892

m M.I V Y h Indian Chiof tain. Vinita, Inb. Tkii., Beit, 15, 1802. LocaUlallroad Time Tablca. MI33QUUI, KANSAS A TKXA8. udiyn south Nil . 1 , M . If . A T. Express Mo, 1, lUnb'ISt.L.AT.Kx A Hill V It 4 08. m 88p.m Durxiii. t.osa.m. 6:38p.m. nOIHONOBTII. No., T. Bl.L.ft lll'bex No. J, Mo. Ke A Tex ex No.M, freight and accom A HIT. 8 Mi m. lOilltp. ra Bslia m DirxnT R:Mnm lOiinpm ailfkam ST. LOUIS A BAN ritANCISCO 11AIMVAY. 001l WXST. Ki. St. Ii. toSapnlpa Accommodation Anmvki. ll'SSpm lliloam. DirAItT. lxtlOpm. noma bust I An 1T I DXTART 2.60pm s.ISpm. ... '. SilApm, Through eneeiiee rrom at. Louis to Sapnlpa, TliltTA CIICUCII DIHF.CTOItr. M.K. Church South J W McCraiy, pastori Sabbath achool at 10 OOa. m I preaching at 11 a.m. ami 7 p. m. prayer meeting ever; Wed nesday erentng Communion aetTlce exery trit Bandar. Freibjterlan Church. I), N Allen, pas lori preaching, fJundaye at II a. m and 7 p. m.i Bundey achoolatloa, m prayer meet ing Thursday nlghta. Congregational Church Iter Fa...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 September 1892

BSSSSrtlPI o 0 I it 1' GOVERNMENT JOBS. Wha an Appllonnt Must Do to P.acuro Ono. heftnenca Kecennrr to llrlnjf tonr CUlm to tlinMotlpeof lliol'rnper Author Hlea-A I'arpetna! cHrncglo for rolltlcnt fcilit.ne. (Special Washington fattcr.1 Tho oxocmUro offices of tho govern ment an thoroughly ncccsslblo to tho political patrician and plebeian, but to tho middle classes thoy oro not, on ac count of the civil gcrvlcolaw. I mean liy this that tho host offices nnd tho K3orcst, from a. financial point of vlow, nro ohtalnablo by politicians when their party U In power, whllo tho clerical branch of tho government, ltnovrnas "tho classified service," Is partially pro tected by the la of '83. Tho Bupcrlor politicians, that. Is tkoso who nro nblo to make stump speeches nnd appear to good advantage on tho hustings, may obtain chief clerkships, which pay f3,000 per annum, and other offices with larger incomes, without entering Into compctltlvo examinations with other politicians of their own party...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 September 1892

W .Jf THE INDIAN CHIEFTAL & CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1892. VOL. XI. NO. 3. KL i ft J CURRENT COMMENT. Two hundred boles of cotton hare liccn billed from Snn Antonio, Tex., to Japan. If n mnn had leaping powers propor tionate to a flea lie could hop from here to Jericho. SroitADto cholera, said not to bo of a dangerous character, has appeared In Kan Luis Fotosl, Mexico. Tiir first of tho Northern Pacific's new lino of steamers for Yokohama and 3Iong Kong leaves Tacoma In a few Cays, It Is rumored that the Heading has arranged a close trafllc alllnnco with tho New Kngland and tho lloston Maine. Ii alt's king and queen visited tho Amorlcan man-of-war at Ucnoa, shale Ing hands with tho ofllccrs and witness ing a drill K noTTOMi.Kss bog exists In Malta wamkeng, Mo. Several bridges havo been built upon it, but each in turn has sunk from sight. Ja-hk OAKKntiRAD Is said to havo re cently inada her SOOth appcaranco in tho fsunc'on pollco ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 September 1892

jnTCjj hi a .Mai'' iir'i IhrtuMi I I " MJkMSt""'!'""-" ""IIHlWii'jK t EL IK 4 Ji ix w t.- V- N liidian Chieftain. Bl.SO Tie Tmax X JLaWawaMa. rnblUlinlThntnlaya by Hdiak CuiKrTAiH FuRLitntnuOoMrAMr, 1. N. MARKS, Kdltor, M. K. XILF9KI), Manager. tyiNtTA, Ind. TKR.,8ErT 22,1892. Kx-Senator John J. Ingalls, of Kansas, line arrived from Europe. It now transpires that the DaL tons woro not caught as reported lU tho (lispatchcfl last week. Before tho roses bloom again tho Strip will bo settled by whites, but on what conditions wo can't say. PfcKASANT words and friondly Binlles aro nico, but it is impor tant they should como from tho lisart. Mns. President Harrison is re ported to'be improving in health and has been removed to Waslw ington. Thoso who oppose allotment, have as yet offered no plan for the trgulation of settlement of tho public domain. Tub Choctaw feud is about to turn out another bitter disappoint ment to those who had hoped for a revolution in that country. If the commissio...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 September 1892

ErfKa K h V Indian Chieftain Vinita, Ind. Tkii., Sept. 22, 1 Local Railroad Time Table MI3AOUIU, KANSAS A TKXAS IIOIXO SOUTH. Aiimvx.iitrAnT J 1,M IC.AT. KxivreM No S, llanlj'ISt.L.AT.Kx 4!08a.rrf.08.m. oiMp.iUOiaep.m 3 infr nOINCIKOIITII, So. 4,T. 8t.Ltll'jex Vo , Mo. Ke A Tex ex No.lM, freight ami tf.com A nlli I PXPkUT RiMi.m. I Bsmam loilM. ml lOiinrrn Bill m. wnnam ST. LOUIS A SAN rjlANCISW RAILWAY. Ex St. I. toSeiinlin Accommodation tvx. I ntrABT St Lonla express .Accommodation 2:&opm i.ltiira, 8:ISim. Through coaches from t. Lonls to Sapnlpa, TI.MTA CHUM DlllF.CTOItr. M K. Church Honlh ,v McCrerjr, peilori n.l preaching t 11 Sabbath school at 10'M in mill 7 p. m netclejr erenlng. Brit Sander. prerei.ieet Communion rr' iiieetlng etery Wed. ssrrlce emy Presbyterian Chnrch. 1). N Allen, pee- tort tireachlnir. flnmleTS et II e. m. en a 7 m.i Bnniley school at 10 a. m.t prayer meet ing Thnreilejr nlghtt. Congregational Chnrch Her. Fayette Hard, iator services ererjr Samlajr at...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 September 1892

rhbe -BrV' L . BEAST AND JU8PTILE. A. Titaulo Oontcot Botwoon a TIgor and Oonotrlotor. Terminated lit t.att lijr the Trust? Knife erf am Interested Prieclntnr-Tlirllllna; Hunting Adrrntnro In Sontli American VTIlils. ISpeclal Panama (a A.) tttcr.l Bomo months ago tvhlM Journeying to Iho gold mining rcjrlon of llrlltsh Unlnna, which Is situated right In tho very pcnctralln of tho vast forest that Stretch from the ConUllcvnn Andes to tho Atlantic, I encountered ono of tho most Rlnftular experiences of Ufa In tho tropical wilderness that has OTCr been observed by explorer. I hail left tho Sunday camp for behind mo In tho excitement of tho chaso after tho Infrequent (fame that a prolonged dry season was driving to tho distant watercourses, and suddenly catno up on a very picturesque spot where, ora nil appearances, I had n light t( jc pect to find somo gnmc and I go 1'.' llut It Is ncccisary that 1 hero dej tho sccno cro relating tho singula venture that followed. Tho trcci. -i wheru ve...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 September 1892

MMMJ 43i 'U rj i v i . tv i THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN aw m CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1892. VOL. XI. NO. 4. sl Ejv CURHENT COMMENT. Tim emperor of Gcrmnny's baby girl will bo christened In llcrlln, Octolr S3. Aw actor In a London theater dropped dead after engaging In tho fight scone In tho last net of "Two Orphans." Thkiik In great depression In tho ship building trado of tho Clyde In Scotland. Only one-third of tho firms arc occupied and 15,000 men aro Idlo. A cnown of people attacked n detach ment of carabineers who were trying to arrest a famous brigand at Vlcovaro, Italy, and. succeeded In freeing tho brigand. . Dn. Watson, of tho International board of health, has made a tour ar;d says thcro Is not a slnglo Atlantic port nultably provided with means to Dght an epidemic. Dn. Stuhlmaw,- writing from Tabora, rcportii that Emln ,Tasha is within tho power of tho Arabs at tho south end of Albert Edward Nyanzn, waiting for as sistance; to es...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 September 1892

, , L V? m i II &J I P.' u&V W J. v ti H" , If fe Indian Chieftain. 3USO Pox Yar In 4.raixoa. i iiuuaiirii niir.iiare 07 llDUK OlIlKM'AiK I'OnLlalllRnOOMPANTi ttH.ll.t...1 !.... I). M. MAKKS. Edlter. M. E. MILFOKU, Manager. Vinita, Ind. Tku., 8Krr 20, 1802 The old military post nt Port Gibson litis been suggested for a miinuiil Inlmr -cliiiol, Thk organization of the ropub llcnti mid democratio parties in thin country hns brought to tho Hurfaco nil the oro heads, if noth ing iiK.ro. Tub Cherokee nation has pro duced this year and is now market iiiK a crop of wheat, nolwithstund ing the low prices, that will do tho country more real irood than all the dotnocriiiioor republican clubs in Cliri&tcudom. Al.L who have good stock of any kind should bring it to the fair ni'Xt week mid place on exhibition, thus encouraging an enterprise that bespeaks tho prosperity of the country. Tliuiu is more real util ity in one spun of well-bred draft horses than in half a hundred raco horse...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 September 1892

5y rsnneniMn Indian Ohiof tain. Vinita, Ind. Tkh., Skit. 20, 1802. Local Railroad Time Tables. MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS. uoixn joutii. Hit. 1,M. K.T. Kxpretf So. ,1, IUnb'1 St.L.AT.Kx Annirx 4:08a. m SiSBp.m DKrAlITi 4:06k. m. 6:33p.m. noma noiitii. No. l.TfSt.Ti.ft UPbex No. a, Mo. Id. A Tax, ex Ko.H, freight and aceom A KITH. S:Ma.m. lOilAp. m !Ha m. DXTAIIT SsMam 10:16pm Oilfam ST. LOUIS A SAN mAMCISCO RAILWAY. OOIRII KUti Kx. Bt I.. toSapulpa . Accommodation . ... Anmvr. lliMpm. lliloam. DirAIIT. 13i0pm. ooikoiiit I An itx. I DirAitT Z'.SOpm. S.lSpm. ,... ., I Siitaim, . Lonlato Sapulpa. tikita cnuiitii Dinrcionn M.K.Ctinrch Sonth J.W McCrarjr. paelori Sabbath ichool at 10:00. m.l preaching at II a. m. and J p. m prayer meeting ererr Wed neertey evening. Commnnlon aerrlce every (til Bandar. , Freibjrterlan Chnreh. I). N. Allen. pea Ion prearhlna:, Snndaya at lit. m. end 7 p. m.i Sunday acliool at 10 a. m. prefer meet IngThunday nlghte. Congregational Clmrch Iter. Fayette Hard, pei...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 September 1892

bmk' H I Bl Li ft n ' Z'i R H fl TME NEW COMMANDER. Capt. Ai (I. rel.rt, or Wisconsin, Choicn trnmrnitmlernr the II. A. It. -Other Xw Officers Hesolnttons nrt Council of Ad. ministration. Wahhinotox, Sept. as. Tho Grand Army cncntnptncnt work ho far hat been most harmonious, Indianapolis be inff selected by no clnmnllon as ihs ptaco for the next encampment and A. a Wcisscrt, of Mll wnultco, bolnjr nn nnlmonsly chosen commander-in-chief losttccoodGca. Pal mcr. Lincoln. Neb., SLyY NsWithflrow from tho ff tefftjny competition for the uy former honor .nd W ypf Deputy CommLv ( '""' Lincoln dropped xkw coiuiANDKit. out of the lattcrcon lest when ho found how tho land lar. Tho election of a kentor vice com-mandcr-ln-clitcf vra then taken tip, but while It was In progress n communica tion was received from tho president that his affliction was too deep to leavo tho bedside of his wife, and he therefore begged to bs excused from any attend ance on tho encampment. Comrade II. II. Wnrflcld was...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 October 1892

r s . --A- -scJri S e-4: - .wW . Win Little Feb 2fl 0 - ' S 'K: . : CHIEFTAIN. THE INDIAN n t f VOL. XI. NO. 5. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1892. ! "CURRENT COMMENT. "Gov. Prince, of Now Mexico, charges the government with imposing on citi zens in land claim cases. t The latest news from. Venezuela shows that the rebels under Gen. Crespo ore steadily gaining strength. ,' Fraud in the matter of the direct tax refunded to the state of Loujjfe. hy the general government iseing proved "by the researches madeby state offi A roSTAL card was recently sold In Taris for $50. It had gone around the world after the person to whom it was address .!, and bore seventy-two post marks. It is a remarkable fact that Massa chusetts ha; chosen but one soldier of thy war o the rebellion to bo her gov - er-rnor, a"nd that he was the candidate nomination to that office in both t .es successively. The strike at the Decatur (111.) coal iraine was settled by the 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. — 6 October 1892

"S f i t- - , i la- am. iJ3 S'er "S-eor la. Ad?aaos. tB arrU-Hr Published Thursdays by -" WOIAR ClUErTAIX PCBLHIIIXoColtrANT, sf M. XAKKS, Editor. X. E. MILFORD, Manager. Vixita, Ind. Ter., Oct. 6th, 1892. AYAUNT DALTONS. Courageous Coffeyville Citizens Clean Them Out Completely. Four Desperadoes and Four ' Citizens Dead Emmet Dalton Fatally Wound edFull Particulars. The account of the Dalton raid on the Coffeyville, Kans., banks as given in yesterday's Daily Chief tain is substantially correct. The six outlaws rode into town about 9:30 in the rnofging and hitching their hones in an alley, four en tered the Condon bank and two the Fiftt National. At the Con don bank, Cashier Ball told them tliat the time lock would not open until 10 o'clock and they stated that they would wait. Bob and Emmet Dalton were the two who took in the First National and they secured all the money in the safe. They then forcedvCash ier Avers and his two assistants out of the bank, lollowing right "after them...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 October 1892

w . sap" 11. .. IndianCkieftain. Vinita, ind. Ter., Oct. 6, 1892. Local Railroad Time Tables. MHSOUUI, KANSAS A TEXAS, i.oivo socin AUittrx 6:3S.ra nirAirr. l-osa.m. 6:ISp.ra. No. 1, II. K. 4 T. Express .So. 3. UanbM St.L.AT.Ex OOIfQ'SOBTII. a r.MK I PKFAIIT S.U m I S:5.".am 10:15p.ral Kkispra 9:13a m. I 9:1?. am No. .T. St.L.A Hl'bex No. t. Mo. K & Tax ex Ko.St). freight mart ceom ST. LOUIS ft SAN FRANCISCO ItAILTVAT. GOIXQ TOT. ASaiTx. ll:Mpm ll:I0am. DXPAKT. lz:40pm. Ex. St. !. to Sapnlpa ... Accommodation GOING XAST IAB ITS. DirAUT S :50pm I 3.11pm. .... 3:15pm. Through coaches from St. Louis to Sapnlpa. TIXIT1 CHCBCH DICKTORT. M.E. Church South J.W McCrary. pastor; Sabbath school at 10:00 a. m.; preaching at II a.m. and 7 p. m ; prayer meeting eery Wed nesday evening. Communion aerTlce every IrstSandax. Presbyterian Church. D. IT Allen, pas tor; preaching, Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7 p. ga.i Sunday school at 10 a. m.; prayer meet ing Thnraday nights. Congregational Church Rev...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 October 1892

c - - I y f . & Cj? f WJ FARM AND GARDEN HOUSE FOR POILTRY. It ItbiTieiialiiglSoslsn nnd Can Bo InSlt for a Smalt .Snin. There should Iks as much neatness and tnste displayed in all the buildiDjs which a fanner erects on his farm as possible, and it does not always mean additional expense to do so. It can be kept within a limit when you need to Jook at the item of expense first before jrou act. Very often this point is car ried too far and with more or less igno rance on the part of th farmer as to what he must expend. Economy in building- can be overdone and the point bought entirely overreached. Instead of its being- less the poor material put into the building in a few years falls to pieces and repairing is the only way to keep the flimsy structure from "falling rpart. You perhaps hare had just 6uch an experience. Ono experience WZS!"J fig. 1. ould then be sufficient and a remedy ftvhen your next buildinsr rroes up. Our illustration shows a pleasing de sign for a farmer's hen...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 October 1892

w mrm BBi LLJ - .v f i , '? T " ? CHIEFTAIN o JL X- I I J X.-L i .LAirJL 1 OUIRUTAIN PUBLISHING CO. V1NITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1892. VOL. XL NO. 0. wti CURRENT COMMENT. Tub comptroller of tho currency 1ms called for n report of tho condition of tho notional tanks lit tho closo of busi ness September !0, An Omnha sport Is walking In red clotlics ftom Omaha to Chicago nnd re turn, bo-gglng his rood, nnd to do It In thlrt,vscvcn days for $1,000. Vatheii Maiitin, tho new general of .hoJcsults, Is4lycars of ago nnd the youngest but ono of tho men ever chosen to head tho powerful order. Tun Russlon cruisers operating In tho Bchrlnj sea havo so for enptured ten Cnnadlnn scaling schooners, Talucd at t70,ogr, ttn,i i)00j at BWna Worth ttO tB' Tnic steamship Alllanco of tho United 'States & Brazil Steamship Co. sailed from New York recently on her first direct trip to Montevideo and Buenos Ayrcs. Onk hundred nnd sixty thousand Im migrant have taken land In tho distric...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 October 1892

- M'll&l"l'P t Hi li ! n r ,. I ft S E3 Indian Chieftain. OLE3Q FarTeirln Advkaea. rnbllshedThnrsdara by Indian CmitrTAin I'uiaumxoCoMrAHT, 1. M. MAKUH, Editor. M. E. XILFOKD, MftBagor. Vinita, T n.TRR., Oct. 13,1892, Tiikmc woro 3G5 dolcgatos in at tendance; nt the McAlcstcr conven tion Inst week. It is now to bo newspapers will tho Dalton boys. hoped that tho censo capturing Tub noxt meeting of tho Choro Icpo Prcsbytory will bo hold in Vinita tho first Tuesday in April, 1803. TTiik banks of tho country nro somewhat snfor tbnn they worn be fore tho DnitonB were extermi nated. Devastating fires liavo been rnninc on. tho Strip and a largo country is burned portion of oil clean. that A Citizens' meeting is called at Clarcmoro on tho 17th of this month. Tho meeting will be ad dressed by Judgo J. K. Clingan and Isanc Mode, and probably otlurs. The exact dato when allotment will obtain a foothold in this coun try of course is not known, but it is safe to n83crt that it is tho only wa...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 October 1892

KiKYBSl jvi SS5 t V &' Indian Cliioftaiii. VlNITA, ND.'fKtl., OcTr 13, -1802. LwiifRfUlroiici Tlmo Tablet. Mfofi.t, KASi.s A tkxa. tioiiri nii'tii , 1,11. K..VT. Kxiirxn I.MR.ir 1, llnny'l 3t.L &T.EX I C M noiXIIMJIlTlt I HKi-Airr. .w,m4 lHHii.rn. n.usoJAi. So. I, T. St h Alll'bex 4o 1, Mr) K & Tx kx Ub M, freight and ftrrom A III VK Otvu.ra. loilop m nil a m IIKI-ABT, XiVtaM lOilKpin n Main T. LOUIS ft SAN HIANCI8CO UAII.WAY. iioinii win. Kx. 8t T to(Japuln Accommodation AHHIVK. lI'Mpm It iloam. DXPAIIT. lmopm, 81 Ionls expreae . . Accommodation Through conchca rrom 8 rssa i -. r-r m . I DRPAI i s.npi I SiHii: AH IT JiWpm I.onlsto Sapnfpa, I1T m, lm. VIMTA CllUltUI lllltFCTOnr. M.K.CIiurcti South J W McCrary, paelort labhalh school at lu ooa m.i preaching at ll a. m ntnl 7 p. m prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening Commnnlon eervlee every ilret Snndar Presbyterian Church. 1 N Allen, pae tori prearhlnK, fluiidaya at II a tn ami 7 p. ru, I Hnnday school at lu a. m praye...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 October 1892

-w fOBLlO SOUOOUSCCLEOnATION. I 1'ror.rfttnine for Cnltimlint 'lay, Ar ranged lif the r.iecatlro Committee. At nine o'clock on Friday, October tit tlto schools will assemble. At half past, nlno a detail of veteran will reach the school building In Mnlne as In Cnllfornln, In llnkotn as In Lou!! nun. A colir crnnrtl of pupils will moot the olj fcohllrrs at tlie entrance and escort lliem Into Urn bulltlluir. At a Riven signal the pupils yrlH gather In tho large linl1 or In tho yard whore the exorcises nro to tnlto place, and tlio master of ceremonies will begin the vending of thn president's prOclnrantlon declaring the ilny a imtlonul holiday. As the tender finishes ho announces: "In accoi-dnncc wliit this recommenda tion by the president of the United Blnles, nnd as n sign of our devotion to our country, let the flag of our nation be unfurled nboro this school. " As tho ling reaches the top of tho start tho Tctcrans will lend tho nsctn binge in "three checrsfor 'Old Glory."' Then, nt ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 October 1892

" ji K TS3B nsn l ?- I M Wei ' ffr- ftyifs; s.r'V'sj;" v, CHIEFTAIN. THE INDIAN VINITA. INDIAN TElllUTOIlY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1892. VOL. XI. NO. 7. OJ CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. ' tfh. ' CUnnENT COMMENT. Thk highest inhabited place In Amer ica Is at On'-crn, l'cru, which Is 16,039 feet above the sen lcvcL Bring a chaplain In tho regular army vb looked ipon as a "soft shop," If ono way bo allowed thv Irrcvcrcnto. Tor tho three vacant chaplaincies In tho United Stated army over four thousand applications liavo been filed. Exar.tsu onk Is scarce, lots offered for palo nowadays commanding high prices. At a solo of soma oik trees In llurghloy park recently one tree, containing ISO square feet of lumber, sold for (400. A year ago nu oak sold for fOOO. Tup. postinastcr-goncral has signed contracts wltli tho International Navb gallon Co. for a weekly lino of Ameri can bnllt mall steamers between New York and Southampton, England, nnd nnothcr line between New York and Antwerp. O. Viemc Tvr...

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