Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 41, Ed. 1 Monday, May 31, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Copyright 1909 by Hart SchajFner k Marx
DR. LOUIS BAGBY
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Halsell Building
VINITA - - - OKLAHOMA.
C. W. DAY
Gold Crown and Bridfe Work
Office in Empire Block VINITA.
Lodge No. 6
Meets every Friday evening in Odd
Fellows' Hall. All visitors cordially
invited to attend.
MRS. T. W. COOK N. G.
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD Secretary.
Vinita Camp No. 7051
M. W. A.
Third floor over First National Bank
Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights
'isiting members always welcome.
WiLLIAM T. RYE
V Attorney & Counsellor at Lsw
Collections and General Pracricel
Room 6 Scott Bldjr. Vinita Okla.
JAMES S. DAVENPORT
Office Rooms 9 & 10 NewHalsell Bldg.
Dr. W. B. Crawford
OSTEO AND ELECTRIC
Office in Buffington Building.
Drs. Schmidt & Schmidt
Graduates of 3 year course.
Osteopaths and Electropaths
ALL DISEASES TREATED
Consultation and examination free.
Office Scott Building. Phone 458
DR. C. S. NEER
Office in Foreman Buiding
PHONES: Residence 463; Office 93
RESIDENCE RAYMOND STONE BCI1 DIN
VINITA - - OKLAHOMA
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j Shop with
Perry Lumber Co.
That's the way they
rush after our new
Hart Schaffner &
Marx's name in a
suit nwans style and
Specials have no
We are the Clothiers
If you are a householder is
is called to the money saving
up to-date electrical devices
that we can place in your
home. For instance : A mo-
tor to run the sewing machine
saves the back breaking
work; makes the machine run
more smoothly as long as you
want and at a cost that is
Let us demonstrate one of
these small motors show you
how easily attached and
Vinita Electric Light
Ice & Power Co.
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST
First Books made in
Title is Important!!
LICENSE No. 261
Both Phonej 243 Opon Dy "! NISht
E. 1. STUBBLEFIELD. 0. M. 0.
Rales Reasonable Examination Free
All operations made as painless as pos-
sible and all work guaranteed
Somnoform ured for Painless Extraction
Offlce in McGeorge Bldg. Phoua 1 41
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
W. T. Rye leaves tonight for Guthrie.
Harry Bagby returned to Tulsa Sun-
day. W. K. Smith is reported quite sick
Tom Gray was here yesterday from
Carl Moore was here Sunday from
Mrs. Susan Cook of St. Louis is
here on business. '
Bert Jenkins a druggist from Big
Cabin is here today.
Judge W. M. Smith of Grove was a
visitor here Sunday.
J. I. Cross of Grove Is transacting
business here today.
Miss Anna Holland came in from
Centralia last night.
Ewing Halsell and Slater McClure
went to Tulsa today.
Mr. and 'Mm. E. H. Hobdy spent
Sunday In Bluejacket;
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Clauson return
ed to Tulsa yesterday.
R. V. McDaniels was a visitor here
today from Big Cabin.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brady returned
from Chetopa last evening.
Mrs. Boyd Hamilton of Joplin spent
Sunday with relatives here.
C. B. Wise of Chelsea was trans
acting business here today.
M. Blake and daughter of Chetopa
Kans. are visiting in Vinita.
Miss Nannie Crowe of Grove is the
guest of Miss Effie McDaniels.
Miss Ritehey returned this morn
ing from a visit at Bushyhead.
R. K. Nix returned yesterday from
a few days visit at Centralia.
Mrs. Tom Badgett returned to Tul
sa Sunday after a few days visit here
J. VV. Sanders spent Sunday at
home returning to Tulsa this morn-
ing. Miss Sate Smith and Miss Mary
ISragg of Centralia are here attending
Capt. G. S. White left for Pryor
Creek today to attend the Mayes
Miss Irene Craig returned to Sen
eca Mo. today after a few days visit
Miss Maud Morris of Pierce City
Mo. was the guest of Miss Sallie Ridg-
Albert Marks returned yesterday
from Kansas City where he has been
Miss Nina Conley arrived from
Siloam Springs yesterday and wilt
visit friends here.
W. A. L Doff was here today en
route to Miami where he is teaching
a school in penmanship.
O. L. Conner and family left yes
terday for a visit with relatives at
Fairland and Southwest City.
Ross Harris is assisting at the
Chapman drug store during the ab-
sence of Max Campbell at Seneca.
Miss Anna Duval and Miss Mar-
ritta Yaden came down from Welch
this morning to attend the normal.
There will be a meeting of the Elks
at the Auditorium tomorrow night.
All members requested to attend.
T. C. Holland left Saturday night
for St. Ixiuis and Chicago to pur
chase more stock for li is furniture
Rev. A. J. Williams teudered his
resignation yesterday as pastor of the
First Christian church of this city to
take effect immediately.
Mrs. K. L. Morris arrived yesterday
from St. Louis to join her husband
who is in the employ of T. C. Hol-
land at the furniture store. I
Miss Jessie Patten returned to
Grove this morning after a few days
visit in Vinita. Her sister. Miss Hen-
rietta accompanied her for a weeks'
visit in v. rove.
arles David the two months old
of Willie Marrs and wife pass-
aA at 2 o'clock this morning
Th funeral occurred from the resi-
dence this afternoon.
Tonight and Tuesday gener-
Local obsoraMons for day
proceeding furnished by C. E.
Maximum temperature 80 degs
Minimum temperature eo degs
Temperature at 7 p. nil. 73 degs
Wind direction north.
Homer White is here from Enid.
O. P. Fugle went to Muskogee to-
day. Ned Adair is here today from Chou-
teau. W. P. Thompson left today for
John Wise is
here today from
H. C. Calhoun left today for a visit
Dr. Martin made a business trip to
E. A. Wilder was here from Tulsa
W. E. Halsell and Tom Collins went
to Tulsa today.
A dollar saved Is a dollar earned
See the Fidelity Auditorium Building
Caryl Caldwell returned to Bartles-
Felix Ridenhour returned this morn
ing from Afton.
Wilson Smith of Grove spent Suiv
day In this city.
Harry Mitchell returned this morn-
ing from Seneca.
.Mrs. Will Walkley
morning from Afton.
E. II. Trott came up from Muskogee
last night for a short visit.
Miss Blanch Smiley Is here from
Seneca for a few days visit.
Isaac Colin of Chelsea was trans
acting business here today.
Miss Maggie Shanahan came in this
morning to attend the normal.
Stenography and typewriting taught
at reasonable terms. Apply here. 7-0
W. P. Gatewood returned Saturday
evening from a visit in Illinois.
M. Cady Oilman of Nowata was reg
istered at the Cobb this morning.
Mrs. Laura Cooper and Little Alice
Barrett left yesterday for St. Louis.
Criss Richardson of Windsor Mo.
was a visitor in Vinita this morning
Mrs. D. W. Bottenfield left yester
day for a few days visit at Springfield
Dr. J. J. Schmidt returned this
morning from a visit over Sunday at
Mrs. W. E. Halsell and Miss Eva
Halsell left yesterday for New York
A. R. Sole and H. A. Brennard of
Tulsa were among the arrivals in
Vinita last night.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME. Fidelity
B. H. Hester superintendent of
schools In Rogers county is here to
attend the normal.
Miss Vinita Crutchfield and Miss
Leota Arthur are here today en route
from Oswego to their home in Tulsa.
The Joplin baseball club of the
Western Association was here this
morning en route home from Musko-
gee. Miss Lottie Markliam returned yes-
terday from Tahlequah where she
has been attending the Cherokee Fe-
The ladies of the Civic- club this
morning went out and secured twelve
scythes for use of the state prisoners
on the parks of the city.
For a new cab call 284 night or day.
Last evening at the Baptist church
a full house saw and listened to the
first of the illustrated sermons on
Pilgrim's Progress by Rev. Robert .1.
Church. This is the first of a series
of six and carried the scenes from the
City of IW'struction to the Wicket
Gate. Next Sunday the sermon will
be illustrated by scenes
Wkk-t Gate to the Cross.
tures are very attractive the attire of
Me individuals being in the style worn
in Punyan's times.
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Children's Rompers the wit - 50c
Brownies the Pair
Th Golctn Mill
Special Prices on Ice Tea Glasses Hotel
Lemonade and Water Tumblers and Goblets
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CHEROKEE NATIONAL BANK
VINITA OKLAHOMA .
OUR PYRAMID OF PROGRESS
Note the progress of this Bank during the past year taken from
statements issued on call of the Comptroller of the Currency
May 14 1908 -$51143.79
My 15 1908 $52183.38
September 23 1908 $56996.18
November 27. 1908 $61115.51
February 5 1909 $63649.72
April 28 1909 $85432.28
Our Deposits on Nay 22 1909 $106852.38
We attribute our success to conservative banking and close application
to the wants of our patrons. We would be more than pleased to have your
name on our books. WHY
I COSV1ING I
A car of the FINEST FURNITURE
ever brought to Vinita. Due to ar-
rive in about two weeks.
WE BELIEVE IN
Therefore we are refitting our Banking
room in the most up-to-date way
YOUR BUSINESS IS DESIRED
We have the goods and can fill your orders for
Plumbing and Sheet Metal Work
Refrigerators. Lawn Mowers.
Garden Hose Etc.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
L. D. DALQUEST
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1 THAT WEARS
Union made double
sewed extra quality
throughout. No better
Overall on the market
FOR SI 00
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Youth's Overalls waist r bib 50c
Men's Overalls waist or bibS9c75c
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