Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 312, Ed. 1 Monday, April 18, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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The Savings Habit!
H The Saving HaDir is tne most vaiuaDie naoii yuu wn nave.
m More and more people are beginning to realize that it is a good
$hing to have a sum of money laid by for any emergency which
may occur! You will never miss the tew dollars you lay Dy eacn
I month and before you realize it there will be quite a sum to your
j credit. On savings accounts we pay 4 per cent interest com-
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO.
CAPITAL. $100000.00 '
Fresh Meats Beef. Pork. Veal and pure
Pork Sausage Pickled Pigs' Feet Home-
made Lard Cured Hams Smoked Bacon.
Corned Beef New Kraut. Sour&SweetPickles
" Order Delivered Promptly
Ml D. DANIELS MARKET
Phone 54i E. Canadian Ave.
The Farmers State
Wants your account whether large or small. If you
are not a customer of ours we ask you to give
us'a trial we make it a point to take care
of all our Customers any accom-
modation consistent with
prudent1 banking is
E ARE NOW showing a
nice line of Fiter rush
rockers just the thing for
porches and for libraries.
The Furniture Man
IF " YOU ARE NOT ' GROWING
OUR prompt up-to-date'.methoda 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.
THE RED MILL
Tonight and Tuesday fair;
frost Tuesday morning;
o pop oooooooooooo
(including the fam-
ous Roubidoux Col-
lege Chocolate and
FELIX RIDENHOUR; Prop.
Dr. G. O. BURCH
Practice Limited to
EYE. EAR NOSE AND THROAT
Office in Wimer Bldg.
Res. Phone. 458 .' . . Vinita. Okla.
Dr. F. L. Marriey
RIDDLE'S p3ARN . ; .
OOice Phone 143. Res. Phone black 459
E. H STUBBLERELD. 0.110.
Rates Reasonable Examination Fret
AD operations made as painless as pos
sible and all work guaranteed
Somnoform ased for Painless Extraction
Office In McGeoree Blrffc Phone 14)
.'. ViiLLI".!.! T. RYE
' Attorney & Counsellor at Law
Room e. Scott Bid?. Vinita Okla
Board your horses at Gray's. tf
Harry Darrough leaves tonight for
W. H. Darrough returned to Hugo
The first to show MiddyJ Waist.
Mendels. . .
W. E. Ross was here today from
Lee Barrett went to Miami this
D. L. Stegall was here today "from
Charley Hunt went to Tahlequah
G. C. Fullerton was In the city to
day from Miami.
J E. Whittaker was here Sunday
from Pryor Creek.
Another shipment of Middy Waists
Just arrived. Mendels.
Hal Turner was here Sunday from
Arthur Rodman spent Sunday In
W. P. Thompson left last evening
if you want to trade city property
for land see Cox Bros. 289-316
Preston Davis went to Westville
C. D. Murdock of Chetopa spent
Sunday in Vinita.
F. M. Rosell of Welch was here to
day on business.
Miss Louise Duncan has returned
from a visit at Chetopa.
F. A. Hamm of Sallisaw was trans
acting business here today.
L. J. Frogge came down from Blue
jacket last night on business.
Middy Waist at J1.25 to $1.50 they
are pretty and all the rage. Mendels.
J. C. Haskett was here this morn
ing from Baxter. .' .
Hueh Rltchev of Welch visited
friends here Sunday.
A. B. Welch of Nowata was In the
city today on business. '
Charles Allen has returned from a
week's visit at Tahijquah.
1 FOR RENT 5 room house close in
Andy Harlin and L. L. Allen of Big
Cabin were in Vinita today.
C. C. Roberts and C. A. Roberts
were at Centralia today on business.
Come in and take a look at Men-
del's Middy Waists.
Will Hamilton was here from Af-
Misses Aretha and Ina Sears spent
Sunday in Afton.
Rev. J. E. Disch left this morning
for Oklahoma City.
Prof. R. E. Downing returned last
night from a trip west.
Major H. C. Cusey returned from
a trip south this morning.
Miss Helen Moorehouse spent Sun-
day with friends at Centralia.
Be the first one to wear one of the
new Middy Waists. Menders
Miss Ruth Sims returned to Pryor
Creek last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Campbell of
Fairland spent Sunday with relatives
Misses Malta Stevens and Majorie
Marks have returned from Bartles-
Rev. G. W. Snodgrass was here
from Miami ' today en route to Mus
Hy Thompson chief of police at
Tulsa was here this .norning on bus
Judge A. C. Brewster was here this
morninsr en route from Miami to
Pryor Creek. .
If you want to trade land for city
property see Cox Bros. 289-316
J. E. Marrs. peneral manager of
the Minnetonka Lumber company
was here today from Oklahoma City.
The Kansas City Meteor on- the
Frisco due here at 1:35 a. m was
about seven hours late this morning.
Mrs. W. T. Wade arrived here last
night from Idaho Falls Idaho and will
visit relatives here and at Tulsa
Mrs. Clement returned to Pierce
Ciey this morning after a visit here
with her daughter Miss Ina Clement.
T. C. Hayden manager of the Jop-
Hn baseball team was here this morn
ing en route from Muskogee to Jop-
Frank Smith does all kinds of
screening. Phone 328. 309-tf
Miss Edna Ruggles vho has been
visiting friends here for the past
week left this morning fo her home
' Henry Brookfield was arrested last
night on a charge of having inter
fered with the services of the Salva
' The Twentieth Century Club w.ill
meet Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Davis Hill. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
H. E Don Carlos general president
and T. J. Swyeney ;generar treasurer
of the Fraternal Aid will speak at 8
o'clock tonight .in the old Cherokee
Club room in the Halsell building.
All members and their friends are re
quested to attend. Mrs. Don Carlos
formerly of this city Is also here with
i her husband.
Karl TToote forme ily of U
but now of. Pryor Creek
frieuds in the city Sunday. j
W. F. Gilmore and John L. Goff of
Ardmore were here today In the In- j
terest9 of the Confederate home.
Eight drunks and others charged
with disorderly conduct received the j
ustfi w assessments in yuuve i-uuii;
today. ; - -.
C T. Strob.'.eri mayor of the city
of Rolla Mo. is In the city the guest
of Judge Parker and wife
(First Published in the Da(ly Chieftain
April 16 1910.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Administrator Executor or Guardian.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Mary A. B. Smith Leila C. Smith
Francis B. Smith minors; Henry B.
Notice Is hereby given in pursuance
of an order of the County Court of the
County of Carter State of Oklahoma
made on the 14th day of April 1910
the undersigned Guardian of the es-
tate of Mary A. B. Smith Leila C.
Smith and Francis B. Smith will sell
at private sale to the highest bidder
subject to confirmation by said Court
on the 2Cth day of April 1910 at 10
o'clock a. m. at Ardmore Oklahoma
all the right title and interest of said
Mary A. B. Smith Lelia C. Smith and
Francis B. Smith In and to the fol-
lowing described real estate situate
in State of Okalhoma to-wlt:
All the right title and Interest of
the ward Lelia B. Smith in and to
The NE 1-4 of NE 1-4 and E 1-2
of NW 1-4 of NE 1-4 Sec. 11.
Twp. 27 N. R. 20 E. and NE 10
A. Lot 4 NE 10 A. Lot 1 NW 9.48
A. Lot 3 SW 9.46 A. Lot 2 Sec.
31 Twp. 28 N. R. 20 E. Craig
All the right title and Interest of
the ward Mary A. B. Smith In and
to. The S. 2 of NE 1-4 Sec. 11
Twp. 27 N. R. 20 E and SE 10
A. Lot 3 Sec. 31 Twp. 28 N. R. 20
E. Craig County Oklahoma.
All the right title and Interest of
the ward Francis B. Smith In and
to. The SW 1-4 of the NW 1-4 and
the NW 1-4 of the SW 1-4 of Sec.
12 Twp. 27 N. R. 20 E. in Craig
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and conditions to-wit
Cash on delivery of deed. A certified
check for amount of said bid must
accompany bid before same will be
Bids for the purchase thereoi must
be in writing and must be filed in the
County Court or delivered to the un-
dersigned at Ardmore Oklahoma In
care of J. A. Bass his attorney of rec-
ord. Dated the 15th day of April 1910.
HENRY B. SMITH
311-7 i Guardian.
Moving Picture Show
ENTIRE CHANGE OF.
PROGRAM EVERY NIGHT
The Courtship of Miles
Agriculture in Hungary
The Birth of Christ
ADMISSION 5c 10c
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$10.00 $12.50 $18.00 $17.80 $20.00
Ihe Golden Rule; Vinita OMa.
We Have a Force of Mechanics
to do Your Plumbing W ork
V GIVE US A TRIAL
- dAlquest '
ABSOLUTELY PURE MAPLE SYRUP
Direct from Maple Camp at Laine-
ville Ohio. Price $2.00 per gal-
lon. Supply limited. Call early.
L. P. G A R R I S O
WE BUY AND 5E.LL
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Third floor over first National Bank
Meets l.st and 3rd Tuesday nights.
Viff'Hnc members always welcome.
E. C. CALoTJEaT Council.
H. M. WILLIAMS. Clerk
Would You Go to
California This Summ
If I should tell you how you could save from $30 to $40 on
usual cost of a round trip ticket? Tickets would be first-class
good on any Santa Fe train allow liberal stopovers and have
sufficient limit to give you time for a fine summer outing.
Full information and descriptive literature free on request
R. J. KENNEDY Passenger Agent
The best on
.-Water Closets -3
that are guaranteed
Plumbing Co. J
UCENSB No. 261
Botk PhooM 34J Opa Day ad fhtht
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 312, Ed. 1 Monday, April 18, 1910, newspaper, April 18, 1910; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773773/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.