Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 162, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 17, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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Tonight and Saturday partly
Local observations for day pre-
ceding furnished by C. E. Lalinian:
Maximum temperature 82 des.
Minimum temperature 58 "
Temperature at 7 p. m. 71
Wind direction south
Percent of sunshine.... 100
At 9 o'clock we open the most sensational sale ever shown in Vinita
$5 in Gold and 10 Dress Patterns Free
THE FIRST TEN WOMEN
Who get inside the building opening hour will be given a Ten Yard Dress Pattern free of all charge. It will be a
grand sensation wherein hundreds of women participate. Get up early and avoid the rush. No sales people included
S5.00 IN GOLD $5.00
A number between naught and fifty has been mailed from the southern odice to the First Nnt'nal Bank. To every
person we allow one guess. Make your guess between naught and and fifty. You can either mail the envelopes to
the sales manager R. E. Caluhan Co. or bring them with you but remember you must be in front of the store on
opening hour when your name is called. There is no fuke or scheme. We positively give $500 in gold spot cash
free. If no one should guess the correct number that is sealed up the one holding ticket that is nearest this number
will be given the money absolutely free. Judges selected and award made from a platform in front of the store.
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8 Copyright 1908 by' Hart Schattnrr & M11X
THE HOME OF
A HOA1E BANK
STATEMENT OF THE
Cherokee National Bank
at the close of business Sept. 23 1908.
Loans and Discounts $75160 37 Capital Stock $25000 00
Overdrafts 4058 35 Surplus - 5000 00
Furniture and Fixtures - 1000 00 Undivided Protits 437 3tf
Stocks and Securities 1107 74 Circulation 6250 00
United States Bonds ' 6250 00 DKPOSITS 66990 IS
ft Per Cent Redemption Fund 312 50
Cash and Sight Exchange 15790 58
$1036H3 54 $103683 54
CITY DEPOSITORY COUNTY DEPOSITORY
Government Depository for INDIAN Money
WHY NOT YOU?
the 2 Kitchen Cabinets in our
The Furniture Man
w v;"-.' 1 1 1
LO M i - I
The right Kind of a
Will not cost you much more than the
wrong kind and they will afford you and
your horse enough comfort to be worth
many times the additional cost. See the
Little and Big in Saddles in our window
We make them any size.
Try Martin's Saddles
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST
First Books niade in
Title is Important!!
Hundreds of people
are looking into our
show windows these
days viewing the Fall
Styles and we hear
many admiring com-
ments on the beauty
and excellence of our
new clothes. We take
great pleasure in show-
ing the new style fea-
tures and fabrics to
men who are interested
in and who appreciate
FOR HOME PEOPLE
Die rate in this column of the
Chieftain's Want Ads. are:
1 cent a word one issue.
2 cents a word three issues.
3 cents a word six issues.
FOR SALE Nice 'clean old newspapers
100 for a dime at this office.
WANTED 50 teams steady work
J. H. Calvin Broken Arrow Okla.
WANTED: Manager for New Branch
of our business here in Vinita. Write
promptly with references. The Morris
Wholesale House Cincinnati Ohio
We will Stop that LEAK
when all others fail
Second class one way colonist fares to
Alberta. Arizona. British Columbia Cali-
fornia; Idaho Mexico Montana Nevada
Oregon Utah and Washington. Date of
sale from Sept. 1st 08 to Oct. 31 08 in-
clusive. For further information see Katy
H. A. Farthing Agt.
We can save you money on saddles
bridles also on single and doutle harness.
M. J. Spaulding.
. C. Caldwell went west today.
H. E. Collier went to Tulsa today.
Frank Crowell of Afton was here today.
M. A. Painter was here from Afton to
Claude Hall of Sapulpa was here ttiis
J. M. Roberts was here this mornig from
Nathan Harrison of Kelso was trading
Walter and Pole McAffrey hadjsome
horses here for sale today.
C. J. Stuart came up from Big Cabin on
the Katy yesterday.
D. W. Harrison of Afton was here to'
B. D. West came up from Muskogee last
nigiit on business.
C. W Darby and wife of Rogers Ark.
are visiting in Vinita.
Dr. F. M. Adams came up from Big
Cabin last night.
E. J. Overley and wife went to Joplin
today to spend Sunday.
Dave Johnson and Frank Luir of near
Afton were here today.
M. E. Adkins of Chouteau was a busi
ness visitor here today.
Ed. H. Cook of Rogers Ark. was among
the visitors here today.
W. B. McBride of Montrose Mo. is
spending a few days here.
Morgan Carawav of Muskogee was
transacting business here today.
Norman Kilgore was here from White
Oak last night returning home this morn
George Ray and Robert Jones of Leba
non Nebraska arrived last night and may
J. J. Spencer returned this morning
from Chouteau where he has been to dip
A shoot by the gun club with some out
of town club will be a feature of the
The cemetery road is being graded and I
: t .i ti.: i
Mrs. Thomas Allen and daughters
Misses Naomi and Pluma leave this
evening for Parsons to attend the fair.
T. A. Chandler went to McAlester this
morning to join the party accompanying .
Senator Beveridge of Indiana on his tour
of Oklahoma. . J
W. E.Gordon state bank examiner who j
has been examining the state banks in !
Craig county went to Foyil today and will
go to Tulsa tonight.
LOST Lady's belt with fancy buckle;
on street Wednesday. Return to Chieftain
Fifty-seven acres one half a mile from
city limits $180000 eighty acres three
miles s.w. of Welch $120000 city Jprop-
erty that will pay 22 per cent after tax
and insurance is paid. See J. J. Robin-
son & Co. quick. Room 8 Scott building
they are fine traders. 160 d 3t w It
"Is Christianity Destined to;Become the ;
Faith of the World?" will be the sub-
ject tomorrow morning. ChristainJEndeavor
Prayer meeting and Praise service at 7:30
Sunday School at 94:5 a. m. A special
song "Oklahoma" will be sung at this
A cordial invitation to all.
J. E. Pershing Pastor.
Sunday school 10: a. m.
G. J. Don sell pastor.
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V i v r
Better Meat and More Slices
Call And Taste it And See the Machine at Work. It's a Wonder
"BUI you go out an' clear up 'bout
ten acres o' new groun' whilst John
gits 'bout 20 acres ready fer cotton
an' Dick lays off 60 fer corn an' 200
for watermelons; then saddle the
males with the mortgages and lay In a
year's provisions an' I'll stay home
an' Agger jest how fur we'll bo behind
when the year's out!" Atlanta Con-
stitution. Slug Soup for England.
Among the tinned goods with which
Queensland Australia proposes to
supply England Is becho-de-mer soup.
It is made from a black slug found In
countless numbers on the coral reefs
of North Queensland. The slug Is
smoke dried and its chief market is
China here beche-de-mer Is worth
11000 a ton. It Is a rich and nourish-
Slang That la Classic.
"Escape with the skin of my teeth"
Is from Job. "He is a ljrlck" is from
Plutarch. That historian tells of a
king of Sparta who boasted that his
army was the only wall of the city
"and every man Is a brick." We call
a fair and honest man "a square man"
but the Greeks described the same
person a3 Tetragonos "a four-cor
nered man." Scrap Book.
Earthquakes Cause Panic.
Several earthquake shocks have
been felt recently In the Kongo dis-
trict Africa. There have been no
casualties but the natives were panic-
stricken. Many of them ran for miles
and refused to return to their villages
unless they received guns and a (muni
R S H V L L
THE WHOLE THING IN A NUTSHELL!
A house is or is not desirable as
a residence or an investment; is or
is not worth the money asked for
it. See our list of properties them
selves and deliberately decide if
what we have to offer is or is not
a bargain. You know we rent and
collect rents too.
Cherokee Investment Co
Sliced on Our New
The great crowd that jammed the
street in front of the Golden Rule this
morning before the doors opened for the
big sale reuiindes one of a metroxIitun
Closing out our shoes. The Fair.
Call 84 for meats. City Market. 98t
Mrs. W. B. Crawford will take a limited
number of pupils in voice "culture and
piano after the first of October. Resi-
dencee. No. I t Wilsop street. 'Phone 295
'Mil I II lf '
RATCLIFFS THE ONLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE IN VINITA
This Home of Men's
and Boys' Good
Extends to You a
MENS' AND BOYS'
FURNISHING GOODS HATS SHOES
We extend an invitation to every man and boy to
come in and examine our Big Fall Showing. We l
take great pleasure in showing the new styles and P
fabrics to men and boys who are interested in
and who appreciateGood Clothes.. l.
Mens Suits Mens'jRain Coats Mens
Top Coats Boys' Suits Childrens'
Suits Boys Overcoats Childrens
Overcoats New$hoes New Hats New
Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Etc.
New Trousers for Men JYoung jMen
Boys and Children.
nrf f f nrn W on 8tt'n2
liLil ILrllDLtli at oar$tore
return the goods to us. WE'LL
M J) i 'i f :
BANK & TRUST CO.
DRAFTS ON ANY PART
OF THE WORLD
we furnish you on request.
There is no easier safer way
to pay local bills than by a. per-
sonal check but for sums to be
collected at a distance or in
foreign countries a draft is the
best. When you want all the
benefits and conveniences that
a good bank confers on you do
your banking with the Inter-
national Bank & Trust Co.
State Depository ij
We Have' the Largest
v.tock of Fall and
That We Ever Had
nnna n s
X I n rTi' ton h
home with any purchase made
yon are not satisfied yoa
GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY BACK.
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