Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 246, Ed. 1 Monday, August 26, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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For Buggies Carriages
And Spring Wagons
E are in a position to Save You Money with the
LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES.
Think of ' Guaranteed TOP BUGGY at . . . $45.00
Think of Guaranteed SPRING WAGON at . . 60.00
Think of Guaranteed RUNABOUT at . . . 35.00
THESE ARE OUR PRICES.
Yours for Business
Frazee Hardware Co.
Poor Richard Says:
"A man may if he knows not how to save as he gets keep his nose
all his life to the grindstone; and dlo not worth a groat at last."
START A SAV1P JS ACCOUNT for the Boy or Girl by depositing a
dollar with us thereby securing a beautiful bank in which the small
change may be deposited. You will be surprisod how the account grows.
Three Per cent. Interest Compounded Semi-Annually.
International Bank and Trust Company
J. W. ORR Manager
SEYMOUR JONES Cashier
Bert Cain of Tulsa Sundayed here.
W. W. Staats visited in Chelsea yes-
terday. J. W. Howard of Wyandotte Is In
Theo. G. Lemon wasupfromSapulpa
Elmer MerrILt of Alluwe was in the
O. C. Colburn was In the city Sunday
G. L.Edwards of Parsons was in the
C. B. Hughes has bought a car load
of flour and feed.
S. W. Clark of Junction City Kas..
spent Sunday here.
Deputy Geo. Marrs was up from
II. C. Miller leaves for St. Louis this
morning on business.
T. McDonald of Henrietta 1. T
was in the city today.
M. L. Drake received a car load of
bananas this morning.
J F Freeman of Parsons spent the
Sabbath day in Vinita.
Mr. N. L. Roberts of Kansas City
Mo. is in town on business.
Mrs. J M Etter returned Sunday
night from a visit at Tulsa.
Mr. Ilustuon Ballard from Grove
I. T. will spend the day here.
The painters are putting the finish-
ing toucties on the new Auditorium.
The largest crowd seen on the streets
of Vinita for many days was here Sat-
urday Dr Foust who has been confined to
his room for several days is now able
to be up.
Mr. Seymour Jones took a trip to
Grand River yesterday where he
spent the day.
Herman Killibrew wasshaking hands
with old friends here Sunday. He is
located at Checotah.
Lige Henderson and wife and Miss
Minnie Tucker returned from a visit
at Kansas City last night.
Fred Kelley and Fred Smith went
to the Shawnee stomp dance tnis
morning west of White Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bufflngton who
are in Colorado for their health are
expected back here the latter part of
Mr. Harris of White Oak left last
evening for Baxter Springs Kas.
where he will attend the reunion of
We have taken one bro . n mare un-
der chattel mortgage which we will
sell under mortgage in ten or fifteen
ajs. Spauldixg Runs.
Every Vinitian paints with pride to
our magnificient new opera house. It
is certainly a monume it to the thrift
and enterprise of our city.
The rigging for the new artesian
well is being put in place today.
Con Floyd of -Arkansas will speak
at Adair this evening at 8 o'clock-
Mr. McGlasson who has been in St.
Louis on business returned yesterday.
T. M. Bufflngton went to Bartles-
ville today in the interest of the Mus-
tang Oil and Gas company.
We've got it; We'll get it or it's not
in town. Pure Food Grocery Phone
Mr. and Mrs. Ratcliff left last even-
ing for Eureka Springs Ark. where
they will spend about two weeks.
Misses Bernice Rucker and Goldie
Day of Vinita are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Day in this city. Cen-
A number from this place went
down to Tulsa yesterday to view the
Frisco wreck. It is said to be the
worst in the history of the road.
Miss Mary Scott returned last even-
ing from St Louis and Chicago where
she has been several days buying goods
for the millinery department at
John Willker of the Chief tan force
is taking a week's vacation. This is
John's first vacatiou in three years
and lie means to make good use of it.
Dr. O. C. Amuudson went to Ok-
lahoma City last night. His wife ac-
companied him as far as Tulsa from
whicli place she will go ' to Stillwater
to visit her sister.
A. J. Green left Saturday for his
farm near the Verdigris river re-
turning today. He reports crops in a
very bad shape and suys that corn is
completely burned up on account of
This otllce is in receipt of the prem-
ium book of the eight annual meet of
the Chelsea State Fair to be held at
that place Sept. ISth to 21st inclusive.
The liberal premiums offered will no
doubt attract a big crowd.
Alfred Jack has located at Vinita
I. T. where he has a good position
with the International Bank & Trust
Co. Ben Hose formerly of tins city
is also connected with an abstract
company at the same place. The Star
wishes them success. Warrensburg
WT. J Hutchinson at one time part
owner of the J-D of this city is now
associated with the Chieftain a live
daily and weekly at Vinita I. T.
"Hutch" is one of the best all round
newspaper men to be found anywhere.
Recent issues of the Chieftain show
his handiwork very plainly. Warrens-
burg Daily Star.
J. T. Ragan has let a cont ract to
Joe Wheat for the erection of a brick
building 25 by 80 feet across the street
from the Swain property. The build-
ing is expected to be completed by the
first of October. The Vinita Creamery
Co have leased the building for five
ye:r3 &A will move In as soon as completed.
Emmett Ilea is in Muskogee today
You cannot dodge prosperity if you
move to Vinita.
One-Third off white Canvas Shoes.
Milford-Berger Shoe Co.
J S Smith and wife returned from
Tulsa last evening.
The mercury lingered around the 100
mark all day yesterday.
Invest your surplus money in Vinita
real estate. You cannot lose.
C R Rowe began his job of painting
the stand pipe this morning.
Miss Bekie McDaniel has returned
after a short visit at Tulsa.
Get your white Canvas Shoes quick
Milford-Berger Shoe Co.
Miss Eflle Daniels has returned from
a visit with friends at Pryor Creek.
Josh Jackson has purchased the
Vinita transfer line from Sam Cobb.
Judge T J Farrar and Preston S.
Davis went to Chelsea today will hold
Grover Edwards oi Muskog ee
was here yesterday the guest of
jThe Vinita Hardware Co. is having
a new gold leaf sign put on their front
Maynard Harris one of the census
enumerators began work northeast of
willie Lemon who has been visiting
his grandmother here returned to
white Canvas Shoes(they're cheaper
than leather) at one-third off. Milford-Berger
Those who own and acquire real
estate in Vinita will be astonished at
the advance in prices this fall.
w A Berry and family who recently
lived at Big Cabin but lata of Flat
Rock Mo is in the city today.
Arthur Croninger who has been
spending a two months' vacation in
Oregon is expected home Friday.
Mrs T J Farrar who has been ill for
several weeks isrepo.Lednot imrovlng
as rapidly as her friends would wish.
Mr3. O. V. Perry and Miss Myrtle
Perry who have been on their farm
for several days returned home last
Mr. and Mrs. JI. Anderson and
Charles Anderson who have been vis-
iting in Cororado returned home Sun-
Those who have lived in Vinita and
know will tell you that Vmliaisa
good business town and uM'i"tf
be a better one.'
Mrs Claude Rogers of Adair was in
the city today arranging to enter her
children in the Catholic school which
begins Sept. lGth. ;
Miss Mary Scott has returned from
Chicago and St. Louis where both
she and Miss Lucie Kennedy have
been buying millinery.
Mrs. Bert Young "who ha been the
guest of Mr. Mrs. Cornelius York re-
turned home last evening accom-
panied by Miss Tda Perry.
The Golden Rule will begin Invoic-
ing their stock of goods tomorrow.
This Is the store's fifth year of suc-
cessful business in Vinita.
The Democrats will hold a.meetlng
tonlgnt at the Wimer school house
seven miles east of town. Hobdy and
Brady will address the meeting.
A son of Ned noskins Jiving east of
here was brought to town this morn
ing for medical treatment. He was
recently injured In falling from a hay
The Chieftain goes on record right
here that Vinita is the best city of
its size in this territory and has better
prospects for a rapid growth than a
W. W. Staats 'will move his stock of
groceries to the new Scott building
about the 10th of next month. He
will go into the produce and poultry
busines on a large scale. Mr. Staats
recently moved here from Chelsea.
whitaker's Orphan Home cornet
band of Pryor Creek was here today
and rendered some sweet music on our
streets. The band is composed of
ladies and gentlemen and they are all
Congressman Charles Ford of Ar-
kansas will speak at Adair this even-
ing at 8 o'clock. Those wishing to go
will take the 7.13 train this evening
and return at midnight. James S.
Davendort will attend the speaking
and will leave this evening on the 7:15
IF ART ill
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vScliool Boy and Girl
In all of These Purchases
Has Been the Central Idea.
to furnish you Sensible
and Stylish Merchan
dise for yourself your hoy or your girl at Low Prices.
ST O R E .
30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded.
For the Kidneys Bladder
FOR SALE BY A. P. OWENS
Summer coughs and colds yield at
once to Bees Laxative Cough Syrup
contains honev and tar but no opiates.
Children like it. Its laxative quali-
ties recommended it to mothers.
Hoarseness coughs croup yield quick-
ly. Keep it on hand. A. P. Owens.3m
It soothes refreshes strengthens
purifies the stomach bowels and kid-
neys. A tonic that prevents summer
trouble. Such is Hoi listers Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 cents Tea or Tab-
lets. M. It. Chapman.
Late Saturday evening J A
Michael's claca of business was closed
by United Marshal Darrough on pro-
cess issued from the U S Commis-
sioner's court. Bail was fixed at
$5000 for his appearance Monday. Im-
mediately after the arrest and closing
of the place he gave bofid and was
released. He reopened his dace half
an hour later.
A man with two head3 on his shoul
ders was exhibited in Oolagah Tuet.
day night. Both heads were fully de
veloped and were rather handsome In
features one being black and the
other red. The man Is not an ordin
ary museum freak as might be sup-
Dosed but is a man who lives In that
city and moves in polite society. Ttie
other head on his shoulders was that
of his sweetheart.-and probably would
not have bsen seen in that deformed
position had it not been for the blow-
ing of the window curtain out of place.
-V APHfl It's toe best
Transparent oan soaP
Lathers equally well fa
hard or soil water never
leaves sediment or scum.
Grocers and dni3!st3 sell It.
Get a Fan!
Only a dozen 12-inch fans left. When
these are gone we cannot be sure of
getting more. The weather has?ex-
hausted the market. Let the weather
man advise you. We're in for ninety
good long hot sweltering days of
summer. Get a fan while you may.
We still have a few Flat Irons in
stock. The recommendations of
satisfied users is doing more than all
our talking to sell them. You can-
not make a mistake for you can get
one on trial. If not satisfied it costs
you nothing to tell us to come and
get it. Ask your neighbor who is using
one. Ask for 127 and the man who
shows you will call.
Vinita Electric Light Ice and
SUDJ - SUOJ SUttJ
When we make an Abstract for you you Lave the assurance tLat it is
donejcom-ctly. We Are Responsible.
VINITA ABSTRACT CO. INC.
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