Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 89, Ed. 1 Friday, August 9, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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BASEBALL RESULTS YESTERDAY. I
If you want money you will have to
start gathering it. Most people wait
for a whole fortune to come at once.
You probably have a forune coming
to you but it will come a little at a
time. If you keep spending it as it
comes of course you will never have
your fortune. Start storing it open
an account with us today and make it
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO.
"PB06RESSIVE GUARANTEED BANK"
KLIN6EL FURNITURE COMPANY
Sole Agents for
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Globe
Wernicke Bookcases and
119 South Wilson Street.
E. M. HENDERSON
Undertaker Funeral Director
Phones:-Office 129. Res. Black 494
DR. R. L. MITCHELL
Phones: Office 607 Residence Red 479
DR. F. L. HUGHSON
Physician and Surgeon
Phones 625 Residence 525 W. Delaware
Office Over Wimer Drug Store
DR. F. L. MARNEYj
Office Webb Bros. Livery j
Phone 143 Vinita. OKI
MRS. W. B. CRAWFORD
Singing and Piano Lessons
Pupil of William Sherwood Piano
and Vernon d'Arnalle Singing
Dr. Louis Bagby
Dr. C. S. Neer
gjftft1 PHONES' Rffli63
DRS. BAGBY & NEER
Office in First NationalflBankSBuilding
For best grades of Perm a nent
F O WLER
East of Railroad Crowing
THEO. D B. FREAR
Attorney and Counselor-at-La
Rooms 1 and 2. Cherokee Building
P. 0. GSM AND NEWS STORE
PHONES 158 AND 186
o LOCAL AND PERSONAL
O THE WEATHER 0
O Tonight end Saturday gener- O
O ally fair. O
L. Pi Garrison is in Pryor today.
T. If. Hayes is here from Tulsa.
C. T. Herod is in Bluejacket today.
Frank Lee is a visitor in Bluejacket
L P. Cass returned to Welch last
C. C. Roberts has returned from
.1. O. Price is here from Checotah to
day on business.
T. C. Russell returned last evening
J. R. Carselowey is in town today
from Adair vicinity.
I. N. Bunch returned to Bluejacket
The Carthage stone is arriving for
the new Gunter building.
Louie Brock went through last even-
ing from Adair to Joplin.
Joe Bliss is a business visitor here
today from Coffeyville. Kane.
There will bo a band concert on the
post office corner this evening.
Mrs. E. B. Frazier and children left
yesterday for a visit in Colorado.
The high school campus is being
dressed with new walks this week.
Mrs. Slater McClure and Mrs. Roy
Warner are visiting in Miami today.
Slater McClure and W. D. Spyres
made a drive to Timber Hill today.
Work is progressing rapidly on the
new paraline plant at the oil refinery.
Charlie Bluejacket is visiting in this
city for a few days from Bluejacket.
Rev. W. 11. Hoper and H. C. Cuscy
returned last evening from Muskogee.
William Kern is in Salina today. He
is contemplating moving to that place.
Henry Tlncup is wandering about
the Vinita streets today from Adair.
Scott Thompson is gathering the
news in the north end of the county
Sote Campbell has a handsome cot-
tage being erected in the College addi-
Rev. J. M. Miller and family left to-
day for a visit in Joplin and other
Tom Collins is home from Sedalia
Mo. where he haB been attending
FOR RENT Lower room in my
building. Rent reasonable. Seymour
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Roberts will leave
tomorrow morning for Colorado
Mrs. T. 0 Wendell Is here from
Chicago visiting her mother Mrs.
Dr. M. R. Chapman returned this
morning from a short visit at Law-
C. II. Reideman will return in a few
days from the jewelers meeting in
The stock of the old Cherokee store
has been moved to Little Rock. Ark.
by R. A. Leavitt.
Mrs. Bert Parker has returned from
an extended visit with relatives in
The Vinita electric light and power
plant is doing some extensive rewiring
at the oil refinery-
Dr. and Mrs. T. T. Wimer left this
morning for a few days visit with
relatives In Joplin.
James Tittle returned to Sapulpa
this morning after a visit with his
father. Dan Tittle.
Tony Wright has returned to his
home in lago. Texas after several
weeks visit in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rogers and child
passed through last evening en ronte
from Tulsa to St. lxmis.
John W. Blue and H. C. Hughes of
Sapulpa left yesterday for a few days
outing in tlie Spnvinaw hills.
F. S. E. Amos is reported to be or
valesing rapidly from an operation for
appendicitis at the state capital.
Mrs. J. A. Gill. Miss Rose Gill an:
Joseph Gill. Jr.. left yesterday for
Colorado for a few weeks' visit.
The part of the school ground where
the old school building stood will prob-
ably he used as an athletic Held.
Our Colorado Climate
is (nduclve to hustling. The true
hustler oftime.s needs financial assist-
ance. THAT'S OUR BUSINESS
LOANING MONEY TO HUSTLERS!
PARKER-WISE INV. GO
With Farmers State Bank.
At Columbus R.H
Kansas City . . 100 000 000 1
Columbus ... 011 020 21 7
Batteries: Schlitzer. Cann
James: Cook and Smith.
10 1 i
(First Game i
At Toledo R EL E.
St. Paul .... 000 000 001 1 6 2
Toledo .... 010 000 001 2 8 1
Batteries: Gardner and Marshall;
Falkenberg and Land.
St. Paul at Toledo (Second Gaiuei-
Called off on account of rein
At Indianapolis R. H. E. i
Minneapolis . . 001 002 013 7 13 81
Indianapolis . . 010 020 000 .1 7 0
Batteries: Lelivelt and Owens:
Merz and Clarke.
At Louisville R. H. E.
Wilwaukee 300 10 4 H I
Louisville 000 000 0 2 1
Called on account of rain.
Batteries: Cutting and Hughes:
Loudermllk Northrop and Pearce.
Milwaukee at Louisville (Second
Game) Called off on account rain.
At New York R. H. E.
Pittsburg . . 001 000 000 0 1 6 0
New York . . 100 000 000 2 1) 2
Batteries: Hendrix and Gibson:
Marquard and Meyers.
At Boston R. II. E.
Cincinnati . . . 200 012 000 5 10 3
Boston .... 300 000 03 6 7 0
Batteries: Fromme and McLean:
Perdue Dickson and Kling.
At Philadelphia R.H. E.
Chicago ... 102 000 220 7 10 2
Philadelphia . . 000 100 120 4 10 I
Batteries: Lavender and Archer:
Moore and Killifer.
St. Louis . . I
Brooklyn . . .
R. H. E.
011 000 000 2 9 0
001 000 000 1 7 1
Sallee and Wingo;
Rucker and Miller.
At Detroit R. H. E.
Boston .... 200 030 000 6 12 1
Detroit .... 000 000 000 0 9 0
Batteries: Collins and Oarrigan;
Lake and Stanage.
vt St. Louis II. H. b.
Washington . . 000 000 000 0 4 2
St. Iiouls ... 100 006 01 8 12 0
BatterieR: Vaughn and Ainsmith:
Hamilton and Stephens.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
New York . . . 000 200 003 5 8 6
Cleveland ... 430 100 00 8 7 1
Batteries: Ford and Sweeney;
Kahler and O'Neill.
Philadelphia at Chicago Postponed
on account of rain.
Mrs. Hudgens and daughter. Miss
Jewell Hudgens is here from Kansas
City visiting at the home of T. B. Hall.
E. J. McBride returned to Big Cabin
last evening. He states that he is
thinking seriously of moving to this
Home-grown melons. Enterprise
John Crutchfleld Geo. Graham Sey-
mour Riddle and Capt Barrett were
among the Vinitians arriving from the
west last evening.
Prof. J. C. Bunch went to Big Cabin
last evening and today drove over
into the Grand river country where he
expects to invest in some land In the
J It. Mc.Mauus left this morning for
the oil fields. He has been here the
past few days acting as election in-
spector of the fourth ward.
The mails have been full the past
few days of advertisements for schools
1 'I business coljeges which open
tl p'r fall and winter terms in a few
'udge Addis A. Brown this morn-
ing bound over to the grand jury Tom
Isabell one one thousand dollars bond
and f'has. Newman on five hundred
Chas. H art ma n who is now attend-
ing the Jewellers convention It) Kan-
sas City will not return here for Sev-
ern! days but will visit in St. Louis
and at points in Illinois.
Miss Alyne Bathwell was here last
evening en route from Appleton City.
Mo. to McAlester for a visit. She will
come to this city in a few days for a
visit with Miss Grace Hall.
Enrollment and classification cards
were printed this week preparatory
to the opening of school September 2.
The high school promises to have the
largest enrollment in its history.
It. A McKarland and daughter. Miss
Marion McFarland returned from a
visit at Kansas City. Miss Marlon has
been visiting at Olathe. Topeka and
Kansas City for several weeks.
The Boy Scouts will meet tonight
at the court house. Several things
are to be considered and among the
most Important will be their sixteen
mile hike to the Cedar Bluff next
week. All scouts should be present.
This Constant Circulation
Prevents Flavors from
CLICED BANANAS or salmon may be placed
alongside of butter on the shelf of an AUTO-
MATIC REFRIGERATOR and the butter won't
take on the taste of the bananas or salmon. THE
wilt keep your food and water delicious and tempting with
half the quantity of ice that ordinary refrigerators consume.
Come in and see the Automatic see its odor-proof sanitary
"built in" water cooler its non-cloggable trap and its new
type of adjustable shelves. We are always glad to show
the AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR.
18 lbs. Pure Cane Granulated
8 1.2 lbs. same 50
4 Iks. same 25
O. B. Flour 481b sack. ... 1.35
Red Star Flour per 481b sack $1.35
Aurora Flour per 481b sack. .$1.25
Homo Soft Wheat Flour 481b
Mill Run bran per 100 125
Best quality pure corn chop
per hundred $1.60
Shorts per hundred $1.30
Swifts Premium Bacon per lb .24
Diamond "C" per lb --- .24
Star Bacon per lb 24
Swift's Premium Hams per lb .17
Diamond "C" 17
Star Hams 17
Sweet Pickled Smoked Bacon . . .17
Best Dry Salt Meat 13
White Ribbon Lard compound 10
Purity compound In
GARRISON S C.O.D. SPECIAL
Why don't you try
T 2 little ones will enjoy it hugely and the
-door life sunshine and salt air will make
i'lsm sturdy and strong. Try it this year.
Ask about the special sixty-day fares to the
intic Coast and the variable rail and water
.i to New York and New England.
Any "Katy" agent will be glad
to give you particular! about
these exceptionally dexirable
vacution '.rips or address
W. S St. George
Genffri1 Pa- .-i Agent St Louis.
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD. D. M. O.
Rates Reasonable Examination Free
!AU Operations Made as Painless at
Possible and All Work Guaranteed
omuoform used for Painless Extraction
OFFICE: ROOM 9. SCOTT BUILDING
FOR RENT To small family five
room modern cottage hot and cold
water bath electric lights gas etc.
Enquire at Chieftain office.
If Food Flavors $et
Mixed in Your
But get ner an
All 10c pkgs crackers 3 for. . .25
All 10c pkgs cookies 3 for-- .25
Macaroni Vermicelo and
Sphegetti 2 for 15
Large Post Toasties 2 for 25
Small Post Toasties 3 for. . . .23
Large Kellogg Corn Flakes 2
Small Kellogg Corn Flakes 3
for a 25
Puffed wheat 3 for 25
Puffed Rice 3 for -25
Pint Mason fruit jars per doz. 50c
Quart Mason fruit jars per doz. 60c
Oranges per doz 20c and 25c
Bananas per doz i2
Lemons per doz 25
Cooking apples per peck 25
Maiden Blush Apples per
Cantalopes each 05
DR. H. H. WYNNE
OecuHtt Oklahoma City
Practice limited to Eye Ear Nose
and Throat. Classts Fitted. Vinit
first Tuesday of each month. Of-
fice with Physician locally or phone
R. L. Mitchell No. 607.
DR. A. W. HEREON
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Barrett Building lOSVi Souti
Office Phono 23 Residence Phone I8t
Resideoco 223 South Adair Strat
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 89, Ed. 1 Friday, August 9, 1912, newspaper, August 9, 1912; Vinita, Okla.. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773154/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.