Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 7, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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SfU butter and
in fact anything that can be
put in a refrigerator cool by us-
ing the Automatic refrigerator.
They use less ice than any other refrigera-
tor on the market. We have already re-
ceived our second shipment. Don't neglect
to look at our line if you are going to buy.
A GOOD MELLOW SMOKE
No Expesive Bands or Libel's. . Just the Best Grade Long
Filler Tobacco in a Good Sumatra Wrapper
THE BEST SMOKERS SMOKE THEM
Bay . Them .From Your Dealer
IF YOU ARE NOT GROWING
OUR prompt up-to-date;methods business like in every par.
ticular have made us grow and have helped others to grow.
We can help YOU by handling your business in this locality and
we kindly solicit the same.
wSS THE RED MILL
Tt A ?"E ARE NOW showing a
W nice line of Fiber rush
rockers jiist the tliiii'g for
porches and for libraries.
The Furniture Man
(including the fam-
ous Rout idoux Col-
lege Chocolate and
FELIX RIDENHOUR Prop.
ABSOLUTELY PURE MAPLE SYRUP
Direct from Maple Camp at Laine-
ville Ohio. Price $2.00 per gallon-
Supply limited. Gall early.
L. P. GARRI SO
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o LOCAL and PERSONAL o
WANTED An office girl. Dr. C. W.
The city council will meet tonight.
J. B. Miles of Centralia were here
Ed Silvers came up from Tulsa last
E. H. Gill returned from Tulsa last
Isaao Conn was here today from
J. S. Davenport went to Tulsa this
C. A. Steele of Tulsa was in the
C C. Roberts has returned from To-
peka Kans. :
Miss Louise Graper wras at Pryor
Creek today. 4 ; ;
FOR SALE Horse and buggy.
Henry Raines. . 38-42
W H. Kornegay was at Pryor Creek
John Deckman returned from Chel-
sea last night.
Judge L. F. Parker returned from
Texas last night.
R. H. Steademan was here today
from Aurora Mo.
Dr. B. F. Fortner went to Spring-
field last evening.
J. R. McDonald was in the city to-
day from Muskogee .
Major H. C. Cusey went to Pryor
Creek this morning.
Property owners in blocks 54 67 79
can have discount on sewer warrants
if paid by June 10. 39-46
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ward were here
from Chouteau today.
Fred L. Kelly and George Kelly left
last night for Alton 111.
Miss Marie Arter returned from
Pryor Creek last evening.
; J. Berry King of Tahlequah was a
visitor in the city today.
Mrs. Will Walkley returned from
Pryor Creek last evening.
J. E. Phillips and W. R. Myers were
here today from St. Louis.
J. W. Roberts of Claremore was in
the city today on business.
N. S. Polan of Muskogee was trans-
acting business here today.
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. A.( Barker were
here today from near Welch
FOR SALE 6-room modern house;
attractive convenient and well locat-
ed 525 West Delaware. Rents for $30
per month; good terms. G. C. Finley.
Judge Joseph A. Gill and Lee Bar-
rett went west this morning.
O. F. Mason of Miami was here to-
day en route to Pryor Creek.
D. R. Felts left this morning for a
trip to Kansas City and Sedalla.
J. H. McCleady and Jack Nelson of
Baxter Springs were here today.
Sidney Smith and L. E. Sheldon
went to Pryor Creek this morning.
Miss Mabel Miller has returned
from a visit with relatives at Musko
W. H. Kornegay is at Pryor Creek
trying a law suit in Judge Brown's
Mrs. J. M. Darrough left last night
for a visit with relatives at Union-
Miss Nellie Masterson of Adair has
accepted a position at the telephone
office here. .
Mrs. John Thomason will entertain
the Wednesday Bridge Whist Club to-
ANY LADY can easily make from
118.00 to $2500 per week working for
me quietly in her own home locality.
This is a bonaflde offer one which
will pay you to investigate even if
you can only spare two hours per day.
No Investment required. Turn your
spare time into money. White me at
once for particulars. Address MARY
B. TAYLOR Box 30 Woman's Build-
ing Joliet Illinois.
! W. B. Coley returned today from
Kansas City where he attended a
laundry men's convention.
: Mrs. John Schoenborn and baby left
last 'night for a visit at Unionville
Mo. Mr. Schoenborn accompanied
them to Kansas City.
I Little Miss Rhodelima Schoenborn
celebrated her first birthday anniver-
sary yesterday. About twenty-five
of her little friends were present
j Rev. W. O. Davis and J. I. Morning
go to Muskogee tonight to attend the
Christian Endeavor convention there.
Vinita Creamery Co.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Jack Walker aged 20 and
Miss Maria Bigknife. Both are In
dians. They were married br Judee
Frear and will reside at White Oak.
Subscribers changing their address
should notify Circulation Department.
A Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends for their
kindness to us in the sickness ar.d
death of little Eva.
MR. AND MRS. U. S. DIXON.
OFFICERS OF CIVIC CLUB
(Continued From Page One.)
by the Federation of Woman's Clubs
and Is "a thing of beauty and a Joy
forever." We take pleasure in con-
gratulating the ladies on the perfec-
tion of their needlework.
The Civic Club of Vinita was re
presented by Mrs. J. W. Orr ex-presl-dent
and Mrs. F. C. Akin the present
president. They also brought a fine
collection of art work and had it on
exhibition. Also some work done by
the Junior Civic League of Vinita. It
was certainly fine and other clubs
and towns would do well to follow
their example and organize household
economics and domestic science work
along with civic work. Mrs. Orr cer-
tainly deserves much credit for the
special pains and personal attention
she has given this department. This
exhibit will be sent to Cincinnati to
be on display at the National Conven-
tion of Woman's Clubs. It would be
very profitable for the young people
of Okmulgee if the clubs would or-
ganize a Junior Civic League and take
up this work. Boys and girls both
would be very much benefitted as well
as entertained for a few hours out of
each month. Among the work of the
Civic League was a comic pen draw-
ing by a sixteen year old boy Charles
Davidson which was fine. Another an
embroidered center-piece by Ed David-
son and a nice little hand painted
booklet of poetry by Harold Orr
eleven years old. A lovely angel-food
cake baked by a twelve year old girl
Julia Neville. Some lovely home-made
candy by children from eight to fifteen
years of age.
To 109 S. Scraper St.
Moving Picture Show
ENTIRE CHANGE OF
PROGRAM EVERY NIGHT
GOLD IS NOT ALL
HENRY'S NEW HAT
ADMISSION 5c 10c
McCarry & Hawkins Mgrs. L
Program Changes Monday Wedne
day ar.d Friday.
"The Rancheman's Wi'e"
"For a Father's Sake"
Song "You Tell Me Your Dream
and I'll Tell You Mine"
Admission S cents and 10 cents "
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We are showing a ma2-
nificent line of Lawns
and Batistes for summer
wear in all the popular
shades. The designs O
include small and large
figures checks plaids
stripes and organdies as
well as plain colors. q
With over 200 patterns
from . which to choose
we can sur please you.
5c 10c 12 12c
and 15c f
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PLAIN WHITE SHEER
COODS Flaxons Lin-
aires India Linons 6 1-4 to 30c tie yari.
The Golden Rule
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This Bank is examined fourteen times each
year. Does not that mean that your inter-
ests will be safeguarded?
A good name for this Bank would be
"THE PEOPLE'S BANK". That is what we
desire it to be. We want your business-NOVV
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO.
CAPITAL $100000.00 '
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High Grade Confectioneries Fine Candies Cigars and Tcbaccos
Ice Cream and Cold Drinks -
EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE -
Open Now In Cherokee
C. V. MALSON Prop.
WE BUY AND SELL
WILLIAM T. RYE
Attorney & Counsellor at Law
Room 6. Scott Bldgr. Vinita Okla.
Office in Foreman Buiding
PHONES: Residence 463; Office 93;
. S. STUBBLEFIELD. D. LI. D.
Rates Reasonable Exprunacin Fret
All operations made as painless as pos
sible and aii work guaranteed
Somnoform used for Painless Extraction
OFFICE: ROOM 9 SCOTT BUILDING
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
: Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Education of the City of
Vinita of the State of Oklahoma until
eight o'clock p. m. June 16th 1910
for the erection and completion of a
two-story and basement High School
Building and a four room and base-
ment Graded School Building each to
be erected in the City of Vinita Okla-
homa each according to plans and
specifications prepared for same by
Smith & Parr architects.
Plans will be on file with T. H.
Byrd Secretary of said Board on
and after June 4th 1910 from whom
copies may be obtained.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check of One Thousand Dol-
lars ($1000.00) as a guarantee that
the successful contractor will enter
into contract and furnish acceptable
Surety Bond within ten days of award-
ing the coctract
The Board reserves the right to re-
ject any or all bids.
The Board of Education of the City
L. B. BELL
Attest: . President.
THOS. H. BYRD
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