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Premium

ICtsf,

. .

Program

. . to ht bitlh at tliit

Pcttamatnmif

Ar^nry

Nah^au,

Kansas,

df|itmbpr

19-20,

1905

©uesbag

anb

W^bn^siag.

(10)

im

k

LI1SSW[LL

Dealers in

Dry

Goods,

otions,

Hats,

Caps, Groceries

and

Queensware.

We

handle Gold Coin and Stand-ard

A

Flour. Also

The

Hamilton

Brown

Shoe

that

"/«AKES LIFE'S

WALK

ERSY"

Right prices^and courteous

treat-ment

to all is the nioto that is

making

us business.

Give us a trial and be convinced.

MANAGERS.

FRANK

G. KIBBY.

MARY

HOGAN. Mayetta, Kansas.

(11)

The

Pottawatomie

Indian

*

fair

*

Association

Nadeau,

Kansas.

Officers.

Kack-Kack..., ,..President

Mas-quos , Vice President

AlbertWyotten Secretary Pac-ten-maw-gah . Treasurer

Executive Cotnmittee.

Georg-eWah-vvas-suck, FrankKabance, James V. Blandin, Paxico Wabaunsee, Frank A. Bourbonny, John Quirk, J. E..

Nadeau.

Directors.

AnthonyN. James, Jack Darling-, Pete

La

Traunche, Walter Pappan, Charles A. Shepard, Richard Rice, Shoug-h-nosh, No-zhack-um, Puck-kee, Gearge

Mash-kah-shuck, Patrick Matchee,

Ash-ton-kote, Shob-e-nay [Martha], Mat-twa-osh-she, Mat-sap-to, Kitch-kum-mee,

Naw-bat-te, Nah-gon-be, Mish-no, M-ko

i-gih-maw, M-zhick-teno, Joe Keg-mekah, M. Zhan, Shop-y tuck.

Division Superintendents.

Horse Races Joseph E. Nadeau

Horses and Mules ,James V. Blandin Cattleand Swine... Frank A.Bourbonny

Poultry FrankKabance

Farm

Products

Ona

Grinnell Pantry Stores CecileMan-do-kah Domestic and Fancy

Work

,Mrs. Josephine

Graham

Bead

Work

and Curios.

(12)

"\

state

Bank

of

Holton

Holton, Kansas.

Capital and Surplus $75,000

OFFICERS:

John Q. AlyreH, President John StouM,Vic(^-Presi(1ent.

Alex Dunn,Jr,Cashier.

(13)

Announcement

This is ihe advent of the Potta-watomieIndian Fair Association, an organization which has been effected this year, throngh the efforts of the progressive Indians, under the guid-ance of Superintendent G. L.

Will-iams, of the Pottawatomie Training

School and Pottawatomie Agency, with the assistance and co-operation of his employes, and will be held at the Pottawatomie Agency, Nadeau, Kansas, on September ig and 20,

1905-This IS considered to be an

inno-vation in the

way

of Expositions, and has for its object the promotion and encouragement of industrial and educational development

among

the Indians, and the great interest

shown

by all of them indicates that it will be

a most successful Fair.

While

the Fair is intended to serve an eductional purpose, every

arrange-ment

has been

made

for the accomo-dation and entertainment of the large

crowd that is expected, there being

free

amusements

and attractions on the grounds at every hours of both days, consisting in part as follows:

(14)

Do

Yon

Want Some

l^

GOOD

SHOES

SEE

TUCKER

N.W, Corner. HOLTON, KANSAS.

R

D.

BONEBRAKE,

East Side ofSquare, Holtou,Kausaa.

AllWorkGuaranteed. Repairing-ASpecialty

EyesTested Free.

S.F.UKELE, C.K.ROSE.

Dtst.Mgr.IllinoisLifeInsuranceCo.

UKELE

&

ROSE

All Kinds of Insurance

Fire, Life^ Accident,

Wind

Storms, Tornado, Plate Glass, Live Stock.

HOLTON,

KANSAS.

LANE'S

*

ASTHMA

*

CIRE

*'THE

GyRE

J^J^J eURES."

(15)

ball games; Indian ball games; par-ades, barbecues, dances, fiddlers' contests^ baby shows, and

Wild

West

riding. All these events will

be competed for only by the Indians.

Also there are

many

other attractions such as merry-go-round, platform dances, display of fire-works, etc.

An

address by Kack-Kack, the full-blood presidentoftheAssociation

will be one of the features of the Fair.

A

splendid exhibitionofbead-work^

relics; and curios will be open to the

visitors. In this connection atten-tion is invited to the fact that this will be the best collection of bead

work

ever assembled, consisting of the best work of several different tribes.

Liberal

premiums

will be offered for the best articles exhibited

and

good prizes offered for successful contestants in the different athletic

games

and races.

Attention is invited to the fact that only Indians can enter articles for exhibition and they only can compete

in the

games

and races.

In order to help defray the expen-sesof the

premiums

andprizesoffered,

an admission fee of loc will be charged to enter thegrounds. Child-ren under lo years of age will be

(16)

The

STERLING

Holton,

Kans.

HATS

SHOES

GLOVES

CLOTHES

UNDERWEAR

One

Price

To

AH

TH[

STERLING

(17)

admitted free as also all Indians of

any tribe.

Plenty of good water, andall kinds

of reiieshnients will be served on the grounds.

A

cordial invitation is extended to

everybody to

come

and spend Sep-tember 19th and 20th at the Indian Fair, see the results of Indian civiliz-ation, and have a time of

(18)

WILLIftM

WOODtteftD

Dealer in

Groceries, Fresh and Sail Meats. Cash paid for Hides and Ponltr}'.

Phone

Ko

5

Hoyt,Kansas.

^

The

Place

to

get

Good

Things

to

Eat.

...

Holtoi:i,

Kansas.

C.

L.

HARDIN

FUNERAL

DIRECTOR

and

LI-CENSED EMBALMER.

t^torePhoneNo. 303ResidencePhoneNo.80

Holton, Kansas.

Mrs.

L

Perkins Mrs* C.Meyer

Robison

&

Company

Fashionable

Millinery Ladies^

Furnishing

Goods

HOLTON,

-

KANSAS

(19)

Rules

and

Regulations

Exhibitors should examine the

fol-lowing rules in order to understand the

manner

in which the Fair is

con-ducted and prevent mistakes which occur otherwise.

Competition open to Indians only, of any tribe.

Articles entered for regular

pre-miums

can also be entered forspecial

premiums.

Articles must be on exhibition both days of the Fair.

If it should rain sufficientlyto spoil the first day of the Fair, it will con-tinue one day longer than

adver-tised.

All

premiums

will be paid in full

as soon as awarded, and all prizes will be paid as soon as won.

It shall be duty of the Marshal and

(20)

i

S.

PSRKIDS

'" IS

SKLLING

LARD

and

,

CURED MEATS

Wholesale

Prices

UNTIL

OC

lOBER

ist.

j

I

HOLTON,

KANSAS.

|

W.

M.

BIGELOW

Dealer in

Dry

Goods. Ladies and Gents

Fur-nishings, Staple and Dress Shoes, Hats aud Caps, Siaple and

Fancy

Grocerit'S,

Qneensw

arc, Etc.

hid. Telephone No, 10 Hoi/t, Kansas. Dni^saii.l Iiiiieppitdf^nf ami DrugHundrie-i F..rui 1. ieplioncs

W.P

Brock8tt,:v1.D.,B.S.

Physician and Surgeon

(21)

from the grounds any persons viola-ting the rules of proprietw

The

United States Marshal and deputies will be on the grounds to

prevent any infraction of the liquor law.

Visitors will please

comply

with the wishes of the guards as applies to the placing of teams and

wagons

in order to prevent confusions and

accidents.

Due

diligence will be exercised by the officers of the Association to pre-vent injury or loss of animals or ar-ticleson exhibition, and alsoaccidents and losses on grounds, but willnot be responsible for any

damage

occurring on the grounds.

All exhibits must beon thegrounds not laterthanthemorning of the 19th. All

premiums

will be paid as far as possible on evening of first day.

(22)

F.

H.

Rippetoe

&

Co.

Dealers in

Stoves, Tinware, Harness, Windmills

Hoyt,

Kansas.

W*

E* Rippetoe^

Hoyt, Kansas,

Luuibtr, Coal, Lime, Cement, Sash> Doors, and all kinds of plastering.

Intl. PlioiieNo.7. Youriiiiiuiries solieite<!.

8.

Heyman

&

Son

Dealers in

General

Merchandise

MeiA^etta,

- -

Kansas

There

Is

no Better

Place

Tobii3' Queensvvare, Notions. 7"inware, Fancy Goods and WallPaper, thanat..,

Myers^

^

Notion

^ Store

South Side Square, HULTON, KANSAS

(23)

G. L.

WILLIAMS

SuperintendentandSpecial

Disbursing Agent

Admission to Grounds

An

admission fee of loc will be charged to enter the grounds to all

persons over lo 3'ears of age. Child-ren under 10 years, free,, as also all

Indians of any tribe.

Feed

3'ards will be provided for

(24)

TliH rif^w town on the Topeka

&

Nmlli-vvt^steni KhihoHd, in PutiMw^tioisiie Co, Kansas, is sifnatt^d in thf* richest

agiieultnial sectionoftheslate

and offers tiu^ most

Attractive

Inducements!

to merchants, maniifacturors, invest-ors and homjseekers. Tlicre are splendid openings for business nien and ariisans.

The

raihcsad

is openin<4 a large territory-, of

which

EMMEl

r is destined to

be the commercial center. Fitie

business and residence lots can

now

be bought at inside prices

Address

[infnett

Townsite

Co.

Onaga,

Kans.

Orcall andsee representative on ground,

(25)

Location of Grounds

The

Indian fair gronndsare located

al the Pottawatomie

Agency

at

Na-deau, Kansas.

Hoyt

is the railroad point nearest thegrounds. It ison the

Rock

Isiand,

14 miles north of Fopeka, and is 2 miles sonth and 7 miles east of the

Agency.

Mayetta, also on the

Rock

Island,

is 9 milessonth of Holton and 6 miles east and 5 miles north of Nadean.

Holton, on the

Rock

Island and L.

K.

&

W.,

is 14 miles north and 6

miles east.

Silver

Lake

is 11 miles sonth of the

Agency, Rossville is 8 miles sonth and 4 milej- west, and St. Marys is 11

miles west and 5 milessouth. These

are all on the

Union

Pacific.

Livery transportation at any of

these points should be

made

in

ad-vance to avoid the rush and possible disappointment.

(26)

The

Erbacher

Bros.

Mer

candle

Co.

Established 1885

When

you have had your lun at this

celebration visit the

ERBA6HER

BROS.

MER6ANTILE

60,

at St. Marys

for

Good

Thinf(s to Eat, Stylish 'i^hings to Wear, Tableware in

Cut Glass, Novelties in

China and Serviceable

Goods

in

Plain and Decorated Dinner Sets.

Call on us for 3^our Field Seeds, and bring us your Produce.

The

Erhacher

Bros.

Mer-cantile

Co.

(27)

Program

of

Events

TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 19,1905.

9:00 A. M.

Grand

paradeof Indians

in theirnative costumes,

at which aprize of$3.00

will be awarded to the bestdressedIndian

man.

10:00 A. M.

Games

of

E-pes-ko-wah-uck, or

Women's

Ball

Game.

This is a form

of ball

game

played only by Indian

women,

and

will consist ofa seriesof four successive games.

In this

game

two arches about four feet high are placed in the ground at at a distance of 100 feet

apart and the

game

is

won

when

a team has

succeeded in driving the ball through their op-ponent's goal or arch, ist prize, $4.00;

2nd

$3.00; 3rd, $2\ 4th, ^i.

Indian

Pony

Races

1 1:oo A. M.

The

first race of a series of three will be held at thishour.

Pony

winning

best 2 out of 3raceswill

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Artnel Bros.

FOR

DIAMONDS,

WATCHES,

CLOCKS,

and

JEWELRY.

If your eyes trouble you

come

and have us fit you with apairof

orjasses

SATISFACTION

GUARANTEED

Armel

Bros*

HoLTON,

---

Kansas

GO TO

H.

B.

Wittgate

FOR

Hardware,

Implements,

Furniture-Prices

Always

Right.

NBMnflafl^

(29)

11:30 A. M. Address by Kack-kack,

'P'resideiit, in his native tongue, followed by an Indian barbecue. 1:00 p. M. Boys'

Shoe Race

First

prize, $1; 2nd, 50c. 1:30 p. M. Boys'

Foot Race

One

hundred yard dash; ist prize, $1.00; 2nd 50c

2:00 p. M.

Grab Bag

Contest.

2.30 p. M.

Base Ball

Game.

Kickapoosvs Pcttawat-omies There will be a series of three

games

played during the Fairj the team winning best 2

out of 3

games

will re-ceive the prize

$15.00.

4500 P. M.

Broncho

Riding.

A

daring

exhibition of

horsemanship and tam-ing of vicious bronchos. First prize ^5.00; 2nd

^3.00.

4:30 P. M. Driving

and

Saddle

Horses.

An

exhibition

of fancy driving an d saddle horses, open to the competition ofall In-dians, afterwhicha

com-mittee of judges

will

award

premiums

to thy:

winning horses.

(30)

I

THE

BEST!

HEBE IT IS •S# •{»•J* •J*•^ J* §•

I

Good Wheat

*

*

Right

Millin-I

*

High Grade

J

t

Fair Price, f

SNOW

fLAKf

fLOLR

I

A DESIREABLE

|

t

COMBINATION.

I

i||

Ask

your grocer for ii. J

PAXICO

ROLLER

ILLS

fl. STROWIG

k

SOI, PROPRIETOR

(31)

5*30 P. M.

Stage

Robbery.

A

real-istic

Wild

West.

Outin theopenprairiewith

all the natural

surround-ing-s, an attempt will be

madetocaptureandrobthe

Santa Fe Stageby a band

ofpainted warriors intheir

full wardress, which will be prevented at a critical

moment bydaring cowboys. 6:00 P. M. Supper.

7:00P.M.

Night

Attack

on Rancher's

Home

by a

band of

Wild

Indians. Off to the south, (-n the plains, a ranchman has

lo-cated, with his numerous cowboys andherds<fcattle, much tothe displeasure of

theIndians. After

becom-ing-impatient,they seek re-veng-e,and a plan isformed toburn hishouse and mas-sacrehiscowboys.

An

at-tackismade on the ranch andafiercebattleisfoug-ht, resulting- in the routing- of

the Indians, but not until thehousehasbeen destroyed

b}' fire.

7:30 P. M. Fireworks.

Grand

dis-play of fireworks,

fol-lowed by an Indian

fid-dler's contest Fifteen

Pottawatomies and sev-eral Kickapoos will en-ter this contest.

The

contest will be opened

(32)

m

m m

Everything

in

the

Grass

Seed

and

Field

Seed

line.

We

always

have

Seeds

that

will

grow.

That's

what

you

want.

Here

is

the

place

to

get

it

Byrnes

6t

Co

ST,

MslRTSt

K^AS^S

(33)

by a splendid concert.

War

Dance!

Shin-dig,

in the large dancing pa-vilion. That mysterious Indian dance, the

Show-no-gah, will he given in

tlie evtuingf. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,

9:00 A. M. Parade of Indians in their native dress, at

which a prize of ^3.00

will be awarded to the best dressed

Indian

woman.

10:00 A. M.

Game

of

La

Crosse, or Indian Ball. In this

game

the ball is not

touched by the hand, but

is thrown with the aid of a stick, ihe object being to hit an upright stake placed

m

the centerof a large lield.

A

series of

four successive

games

will be played. First prize, $4.00; 2nd,^3.00; 3rd, $2.00; 4th, $1.00. 10:30 a. M.

Base

Ball.

The

second

game

of the series of

BaseBali willbe played. Pottawatoniiesvs. Kick-apoos.

Winner

ofseries to receive a prize of^15.

(34)

WHEN

THE

LID

IS

OFF

You

can see for yourself that theSunflower

Brand

of Can-ned

Goods

is the Best.

Ask

your grocer for them

Packed

by

The

Dolan

Mercantile

Co.

(35)

ii:oo A. M. Indian

Baby

Show.

Handsomest

baby boy

will receive a prize of three dollars in cash,

donated by H. B, Mees, Nadeau, Kansas.

The

handsomest

girl baby

will receive a beautiful silk cloak, donated by

L. Sarbach's Sons,

Hol-ton, Kan.

11:30 a. m. Indian

Pony

Race.

Second

race of series.

Winner

will receive$10,

2nd, ^5.

12:00 M. Dinner. Wees-nin, or Indian Feast.

1:00 p. M.

Mule

Race. First prize,

$3 00; 2nd, $1.00. 1:30 p. M.

Sack

Race

by Indian

boys. First prize, $1.00; 2nd, 50c.

2:00 p. M.

Egg

Race

By

Indian boys. First prize, $i\ 2nd, 50c.

2:30 p M.

Base

Ball.

Pottawato-mies vs. Kickapoos. Fi-nal

game

of the seriesof

3 games, winning team

to receive $15 prize, to

be

paid

immediately

after

game

is over.

(36)

Henry

Ksller

Dealer in

Buggies,

Carriages

and

Wagons.

Manufactur-er

of

High

G-rade

Har-ness.

HOLTON,

KANSAS.

Rigs

+

to

+

the

+

Reserve

Single, double and three seated turnouts.

A

styl-ish tallaho,

Clint

Welsh's

Livery

Stable.

8T.MARYS, KANSAS

Zemek

Bros.

<fi

Co.

Buycrs of

FurSf Hides,

Tallow

and

Cattle*

Butchers and

Packers.

(37)

3:30 P- M-

Tug-of-War

between 20 largePottawatomies and 20 large Kickapoos; $2 prize to winner

4:00 p. M.

Pony

Race. Final event

in series of 3 races. First prize, ^10.00; 2nd, $5.00 These prizes will be

awarded

immediately

after the race.

5:00 p.

M

Bow

Arrow

Shooting

Contest

The

Indians

will indulge in their

for-mer

pastime

archery

using their favorite and

at one time formidable weapon, the

Bow

and Arrow. First prize, $1

;

2nd prize, 50c. 6:00 p. M. Supper.

7:00 p. M. Night attack on a train of prairie schooners in

camp

by a band of

hos-tile Indians, at which the

camp

is fired.

Fireworks.

Exhibitionofdancingby small Indian children.

Platform

Dance

in the pavilion.

(38)

^

(5^1^ ,<

The

Best Livery Barn in Holton

Run

by the Best

Man

in Holton Guranteed the Best Treatment

in Holton

Our

Hack

Line meets all trains in Holton

The

Best

Town

in Kansas is

Holton

So

come

often to Holton

^

And

stop with

Me

when

in |

Holton

JOHN E. OAVIS,

PMRIETOR

HOLTON. KANSAtt.

(39)

Premium

List

Thefollowing Prizeswill be given for the best ofthefollowingentries

1st prize; 2ndprize.

Team

ofdraft horses,....$2.00 $1.00

Team

of American

driving-horses, 2.00 1.00

American Saddle horse...2.00 1.00

American colt underlyearl.00 .50

Mule team 2.00 1,00

Mulecolt under1 year 1.00 .50

Team

ofdriving- ponies....2.00 1,00

Team

of Matched Ponies...200 1,00

Team

ofspotted ponies... 2.00 1,00

Ponycolt under 1year 1.00 .50

Saddleponyandoutfit 1.00 .50

Saddleandbridle 1.00 .50

Team

Pulling Contest 2.00 1,00 Bull,over2yaers 200 1.00 Bullunder2 years 1.00 .50

Cow

1.00 .50

Heifercalf, under1year....1.00 .50

Boar, under2years 1.00 .50

3 pigs, under100ft in

weigrht 1.00 .50

Plymouth fowls, (1 rooster.

(40)

CITY

MEAT

MARKET

Fresh, Salt

and

Cured Meats

af

all Icinds

always

on Itand

I PayCash forHides

A

Strictly Up-to-date

Market

in all

appointments.

BIRT DOUGLAS, Mayelta, Kansas,

FOR

OLD

LINE

INSUR-ANCE

INVESTIGATE

THE

STATELIFE

POL-ICIES

OF

INDIANAP-OLIS,

INDIANA

6. W.

ZIH?\ERy\ANN,

manager

Holton, Kansas.

LIVERY,

FEED

and

SALE

<^^mBa^

STABLE

.,^««a^^^>

The

nearest railroad point to the

IKDIAK

FAIR

at

MADEAU,

Barn

one block west of

Rock

Island Depot.

BERT

GRAHAM,

Proprietor.

HOYl' KANSAS.

(41)

Cochin fowls 1.00 .50

Displayoffowls 1.00 .50

6 chicks, (any kind) 1.00 .50

Pair Turkeys, (any kind),.1.00 .50

Pair Ducks, (any kindj 1.00 ,50

Pair Geese, (any kind)... 1.00 .50

Peck wheat,(any kind)... 100 ,50

Peck Oats, „ ,, 1.00 ,50

Bushel

New

White Corn....1.00 ,50 Bushel ,, Yellow , 1.00 .50 25earssquaw corn 1,00 .50 Ivarg-estearofcorn, any..

kind 50 ,25

Display ofcorn on stalks.. .50 .25 34 Bushel Irish Potatoes.,. .50 ,25

Peck Sweet Potatoes 50 .25

Peck Onions, any kind 50 .25

(42)

The

DANIEL

BOONE

Restaurant

FOR

THE

BEST

Shortorders, Meals, Lodging, Cigars,

Tobacco

and all kinds of Drinks.

H.

C.

Webster,

Proprietor.

fSolton,

---

Kansas,

I

OSBORN

&

EAGER

'|

% D. R.

OSBORN,

J.

W.HAGER,

%

^

FormerlyorNadean FormerlyofAvoca ^

^

The

finest line of ever\ thing in ^.

f.

Drug

Supplies.

^

Buy

GOOD

SHOES

Froir.

TOM

KING,

Hollon, Kansa;

>rj^

HftRKY

!A.

ReiST

Practical Horseshoer, General Blacksmithing and

Wagon

Work,

Steam

Plow

Grinding a Spec

ialty.

Mayettav Kansas'

(43)

Pk. apples.. ... .oO .25 Displayof fruit '.. .50 .25 PAMTRY STORES. 2 ft)s. Butter 50 ,25 2loavesofbread... ... .50 .25 Cig-ht rolls 50 ,25

Cakeof Rny kind ,. .50 .25

Pieof an> kind 50 .25 Display'of fruit in jars,.,, .50 ..25

Jellies inglasses... .50 .25

Preservesing-las.ses. .,. . .50 .,25

Cucumber pickles 50 ,25

Ivard... 50 ,25

DOMESTIC ARTANDfANCYWORK, Fancyquilt ,..l.OO .50

Indianmaderush mat ,1.00 .50

Ribbon pat<:h\vork. 1.00 .50 Indian Shawl,.., .50 ,25 Indianblanket.. ... '.50 ,25 Indian handkerchief .50 .25 Indianshirt 50 ,25 -Indian waist... ... .. .50 ,25 BEAD WORK,

(44)

THE

PAIR

We

can till your wants in

Queensware

Tinware

Chinaware

Notions,

Etc

Also the

Famous

Indian

Ribbon

The

C

A

T

Brand.

Harraan

Clark

Holton,

Kansas-UOLTOS

REAL

ESTATE

and

LOAI

CO.

Buys

and sells

Farms

and City Property. Furnishes Loans, ab-stracts, and examines tiths. Col-lections also

made

8.7.

BlxAGK

d. E.

HQOGLAND

HOLTON, KANSAS.

0, W. Kimball Hardware Store Headquarltrs for

American

Fence,

Velie

Bug-gies,

Harness, Moline

Wagons

and

Garland

Stoves,

(45)

Beaded

War

Bonnet 1.00 .50 Beaded Mocca.sins 1.00 .50 Beaded Belt 1.00 .50 BeadedShirt 1.00 .50 Beaded Suspenders 50 ,25 Beaded Purse 50 ,25

Beaded Watch fob 50 .25

Collectionof bead work 2.00 1.00 Oldest Indian curio 50 .25

OddestIndiaii curio 50 .25

Indianniddepipe 50 .25

ART DEPARTMENT.

Pencil orcrayon sketchof an

Indian 50 ,25

Pencilorcrayon sketch of an

animal 50 .25

Miniature wood carving- 50 .25

Drawing- by schoolchildren .50 ,25

Map

ofUnited Stntej?,by

school children 50 ,25

Map

of Kansas, by school..

(46)

I

H.

SINNING

I

•j« Oealer in

^

I

DRY

GOODS,

CLOTH-

|

I

INO,

GROCERIES,

|

I

INDIAN

BEADS,

|

I

SHAWLS,

ETC.

|

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*^

%

Holton, Kansas. "^ ^.J..J4.5..5.^^.j..|..I,.^..^.^4..5«^4.^^^^^^t,

^^^^

^ C.H. IL MS W. G. WENNEB DEALERS

m

Builders

Hardware^

Tin,

Enam-eled

and

Nickle

Plated

ware^

Table and

Pocket

Cutlery,

Kitch-en

Specialties,

Window

Glass,.

Ladders,

Sewer

Pipes, Etc.

(47)

SPECIAL PREMIUMS.

Tothe Prettiest boy baby S3.00

Donated by H. Mees.

Tothe prettiest.s;-irlbaby Silk Cloak.

Donatedby L. Sarbach's, Sons, Holton, Kans.

Forthe Best collection ofbead work

$1.00worthof Indian SeedBeads. Donated byH. Sinninf/,

Holton. Kans.

Forthe bestdressed Indian

man

or boy.,.

OneHat, Donated by Blank'sClothmyHouse.

Holton Kans.

Forthe best dressed Indian

woman

or girl Silk Muffler,

Donated byBlank's Clothing House. Holton Kans,

Forthebestfancy Indian Quill

Washing- Machine, Donated by Charles A. Shepard.

(48)

Scott

&

Taber

School

Supplies

Spaldings

Base

Ball

and

Foot

Ball

Goods

Have

your pitscripiions ftiltd ihere

North

Side

Pharmacy,

Holton, Kans.

V\ hen in Holton go to

Naylor

Driit>-

('o.

....FOR....

Drugs,

Paints.

Oils,

Wall

Paper. Books.

Theylead them all on prices. . . .

First

National

Bank,

Holton, A(niS(i,s.

Cdpi;.-?'; ,$50,00.) 00 S'lri-thi^WW \ pr^'fils 20,000.00

StrictlyaBankin*;" BiKsinesstransacted.

Denosiloi'v- for any kind of funds (\-ili

an.d see us.

We

want your business.

(49)

Forthe bestteamofdraft horses...., , ,

, . Ourfinest bug-gy whip

Anderson Hdwr.

&

Furn, Co.

St. Marys, Kans, Forthe heaviest Indian

Woman

on the g-rounds... Apairof LadiesFine Shoes.

Donated by A. Urhansky's Sons

&

Co

St. Marys, Kans. ForthefatherofthelargestIndian family

•onthe g-rounds , ....

A

hat,

Donated byAndrewKoppes,Clothier, St. Marys,Kan.s.

(50)

The

Capital

City Bottling

a^_Works_.^

Bottlers

of

good

things to Drink?

To many men

are

many

minds^

(Who

would dispute or blame?)

And many

boasts of

many

kinds^

Yet this

my

modest claim:

Of all the

SODA

that I've found.

And

I've tried all the rest. First, last, and all aroeind,

CAPITAL

CITY

BOTTLING

WORKS

are the best.

jm-

Tryit and

YOU

wilt like iif -^^S

The

SODA

for this Indian Fair \b

furnished by the

CAPITAL

CITY

BOTTLING

WORKS,

of Toj>eka, Kansas.

We

appreciate your orders.

Send them

along.

Topeka^ Kans*

Telephone 3S6. 215 Kansas Avev

(51)

KACK-KACK

i|>^ACK-KACK

whose

picture

ap-liV

pears on the first pag-e of the

cover of this pamphlet was bora oear where Chi<:ago

now

stands

seventy-?iineyears ago.

He

moved

to

Kansas

in 1846 with the rest of the Pot-tawatomie Indians.

Kack-Kack

has •always been prominent aioong the

Indiansof his tribe for his ability as •a speaker, his knowledge cf the af-fairs of the trifee, the

good

fueling 'which he has always botne for the

white people, and his conservative •and wise counsel

shown

in all

mat-ters of tribal interest. Although he

qs growing old, he is still looked

oip tofor advice, is a m^ember of the

<tribe Council, andconsidered

one

of ^he leaders of the tri^be.

(52)

THE

STAR

LUMBER

Yards at

St.

Marys

and

Maple

HilL

Kansas.

Mill at

Cauthron.

Arkansas.

RD

14.8^

(53)

famous Indian, Shob-nee,

who

was

so highly honored a few years ago because of the important part he took

in the

Black-Hawk

war, in defense of the whitepeople.

The

townof

Shob-nee, 111., is

named

in his honor and

at that place they have a magnificent

monument

erected to his

memorv.

(54)

1874 'S96 1905

The

National

Bank

of Holton.

$50^000Capital,

Surplus $10,000

S. K-Linseott,Presidejit.

Max SarbachrV-Prea.;G.S.Linseott,Cash, Sidney S. Linseott and Joe L, Lehman,

AssistantCashieF»

United

States

Depository

Uncle

Sam

deposits with ns^

why

don't vou?

Let us cash your checks,, and deposit

your

money

with us.

We

can serve you toyour

satisfaction.

We

Want

Your

Business

General

Banking

Businesstransacted

(55)

KEN-NEE-KUK

KickapooChief

(56)

OUlahoM-ia

I

^

^^

^

If

you have

any

lands

in

Pottawa-tomie

Co.,

O.

T.,

I

can

find

you

a buyer.

T.

kJ.

RyaM,

St*

Marys,

^

^

Kansas

BIG

"T"

FLOUR

A

Universal

Favorite

Always Makes

Choice

Delicious

Bread

^ ^

Manufacturedforpast30 yearsby

The Shawnee

Mills

Topeka, Kansas,

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