Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 280, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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i AnfiF CAR LOAD ELLWOOD
AND AMERICAN WIRE HOG
If you want the best Hog
Fencing on the market we
have it at prices below com-petition.
LARGEST STOCK BARBED
WIRE HAILS & STAPLES
IN THE CHEROKEE NATION
Youri for Dusineis
' E. II. Brady of Welch is in. town
b. .J. Crook i3 here today from Cen-
! tralia. . -i
Mrs. E. L. Orr is here from Chelsea
W. II. Goad of Adair is in town
J. W. Smarts of Chelsea is here on
! Geo. McCullouRh went to Chelsea
m. V. Sobers of Springfield Mo. is
in town today.
TUv J. W. Bone of Chelsea is here
today cn business.
W. II. Kornegay transacted business
at Claremore yesterday.
Carl floltzschue of Goldfield N. M.
is here on business.
Charles Collins will ' return from
' Claremore this evening.
Miss Mary Minchell rerurned from a
visit at Afton this morning.
Dr. A. W. Howard is here today
FTfrom Chelsea on business.
Van Spencer and II. W. Childers oi
afton are in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Halsell return-
ed from St. Louis this morning.
John Johnson of Joplin was regis-
tered at the Gateway this morning.-
Oklahoma City is soon to begin
work on thirty miles of street paving.
Mrs. J. A. Thompson has returned
from a visit to points in Missouri.
Mrs. Bert Chandler returned from
a vist at Muskogee last evening.
D. W. Rousney and Henry Hill of
Afton are here today attending court.
R. T. Younger went to Albia this
morning where he is prospecting for
TC. N. Williamson formerly cashier
of the Bank of Welch is i n town to
' m. s. Neal and E." D. Bennett of
i'arsons are registered at the Green
J. W. Gatewood left last night for
Norman where he attend the State
II. O. Demning real estate dealer
of Oswego Kan. is in town today on
The Chieftain is putting out some
nice stationery for the Eagan Realty
Co. this week.
Lea Todd and wife of Albia were
here last night to attend the Shep-'herd-Brown
Mrs. J. S. Eeed of I'arsons passed
through this city this morning on
. her way to Chelsea.
George White who has been in the
hospital at Springfield returned to
his work at Chandler last night.
E. G. Potts of Nowata came in
from Chelsea yesterday suffering from
typhoid fever ne was taken to the
WANTED TO BENT A cottage
- close in for family of three; must be
in good condition. Address "H" care
5 of Chieftain. d-tf
I Help the people that help the town.
Its a good rule that works both ways
I so don't forget us when you need job
J printing. Satsfaction guaranteed.
i The Chieftain is prepared to do job
: work in the most artistic manner and
Ft at moderate prices. The Chieftain is
i working six days in the week for Vi-
nSta and her business men and we so-
licit a share of your job printing. Let
us figure with you on your next ordsr.
A. M. Etchen went to Kansas City
The Salvation Army went to Kan
sas Gityast night.
Mrs. Jones of Chicago is visiting
Seymour Jones and wife.
L. R. Lee and C. C. Smith of Camp-
bell were registered at the Gem this
C. E. Grice and wife left last night
for California going by the way of El
Mrs. Wm. Meeks who has been vis-
iting at Tulsa returned home last
D. G. Elliott a prominent attor-
ney of Chelsea is here today attend-
Miss Nora Moore who has been the
guest of Miss Nannie Garrison for sev-
eral days returned to he home at Af-
The building being erected by J.
T. Ilagan and to bs occupied by the
Vinita Creamery Co. is Hearing com
pletion. It is to be a one story struct
' If you want a tasty and artistic
piece of printing you will not overlook
the Chieftain's job department. Com
petent workmen will have charge of
Mrs. Jefferson Wright and daughter
Miss Belvln of Ramsey 111. who have
been visiting S. B. Jackson and wife
left for Houston Tex. this morning
to visit relatives.
The drillers have reached a depth of
500 feet in the new artesian well.
The well is ten inches in diameter
and is expected to produce an un-
limited supply of water.
Guy Perrin of Kansas City who has
been visiting his cousin Harry
Mitchell left this morning for Seneca
his old home. Mr. Perrin is first as-
sistant In the Kansas City Star office.
The Hargrove college at Ardmore
was totally destroyed by fire last
Wednesday morning. Several of the
students barely escaped from losing
their lives in the flames. The loss will
The "Jungo Circus" advertised to
exhibit here yesterday did not put in
an appearance until this morning.
They did not exhibit however land
when last seen were making their
Found Ladies' pocket book contain-
ing allotment certificate and other
valuable papers. Owner can get fame
by calling at The Chieftain office and
paying for this notice. 277
It seems to be the universal opinion
of the dealers that butter will go to
50 cents per pound before long owing
to the threatened famine. Eggs aae
also a scarce article and the price is
sure to advance unless the hens can
be induced to "get busy."
Frank Gault manager of the Dem-
ocratic congressional campaign in the
Second district offered a Hereford
calf to every county that would show
a 20 per cent increase in the Demo-
cratic vote over McGuire's last cam-
paign. He Is now engaged in "making
good." Nearly every county In the
district won a calf. Tulsa World.
F. C. Shepherd and Miss Clara
Brown were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony last night at 8 o'clock
at the residence of the orlde's par-
ents by Rev. W. b. P. McCullough
pastor cf the M E. church south.
They will be at home to their many
friends in their new cottage on South
Brewer street. Both parties are well
and favorably known in Ylnita and
the Chieftain joins In extending congratulations.
J. E. Winans went to Gravett Ark.
E. L. Orr came in this morning from
J. F. Haydeu of Tulsa Is registered
at the Cobb today.
Mrs. E. G. Ketshum- of Chelsea
was here shopping today.
W. B. Samuels ot Greenville Tex.
Is here today on business.
C C. Roberts went to Big Cabin
this afternoon on business.
Dr. Taylor and Percy Bonfoey went
hunting this afternoon.
Dr. E. A. Stubblefleld visited
friends in Adair yesterday.
J. M. Smith of Muskogee registered
at the Cobb this morning.
James S. Davenport went to Mus
kogee today on the Flyer.
What's the matter with Vinita hav-
ing a good football team ?
Mrs. J. M. Etter went to Tulsa this
morning to visit M rs. Tom Badgett.
The Commercial club will meet to
night and a good attendance is desired.
Mrs. Geortre Mahony has returned
from an extended visit with relatives
In North Carolina.
Marriage license have been Issued to
E. W. Carver and Miss Pansy Lac-
Mr. and Mrs. Hendrics of Missouri
are guests In this city of George Ileu-
diicks and wife.
S. E. Wallen expects to attend the
Carver-Landrum wedding which takes
place at Cleora Sunday
Mrs. O. A. Smith .is entertaining
the Eucher Club this afternoon at her
home on North Gunter steet
The Vinita Produce Co. made a
shipment of apples to friends in
Columbus K as. this morning.
Mrs. II. O. Bland Mrs. F. S. Lang-
ley and Mrs. Geo. Rice of Afton are
here today shopping and visiting..
. D. S. Warren and wife returned last
evening from Kansas City where Mr.
Warren bought a stock of buggies.
The Katy passenger No. 4 due here
at 9:40 a- hi. wa3 annulled south of
Muskogee and failed to arrive today.
C. II. Ballard and Mrs. W. H. Deck
returned last evening from Kansas
City where they went to attend the
P. O. P.
The Daily Chieftain is ranl-Uy forg-
ing to the front and th' nMnayemfnt
is making an effort to ive v !e
of Vinita a paper to be proud ii
Basil Stepp U S. marshal from
Claremore is here today settling' up
his accounts with the marshals office.
Phone No. 41 will put you in touch
with The Chieftain office. If you have
an item of news or need any kind of
printing or want an advertisement in-
serted just call telephone 44 we will
do the rest.
We've got it: We'll get it or it's not
in town. Pare Food Grocery Phone
Dr. T. T. Wimer and Ed. A. Lec
secretary of the Commercial club re-
turned from St Louis last night
where they went as members of the
Oklahoma delegation to meet Presi-
dent Roosevelt on his trip to the
Deep Water convention at Memphis.
They report a grand time.
The Chieftain wants the new3 and
when our friends or readers know
of an item of any kind the manage-
ment will appreciate the favor if they
will notify us by telephone or give it
to our reporter. The Chieftain news
and job department is as close to your
hand as your telephone. Call phone
Those wanting nice clean comfort-
ably furnished rooms for the winter
can get them as long as they last at
the McClellan building. 276 6t
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No subscriptions for the "Twire-a-YecV." "Farm
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FOR SALE BY A. P. OWENS
For the Kidneys Bladder
. McCoy & Cutter
Also Have a Man Who
OFFICE AND SHOP IN
ON ILLINOIS AVENUE
fwar Sale Hi
4-room dwclliop fine location all
conveniences gas electricity and
water artesisn well on premises
good barn lot 100x200. Price
right $S00 cash balance in pay
Hotel-fine location pood trade
will sell cheap. This is certainly
a chance for anybody who wants
to run a hotel.
We have .several fine farms
We represent Old Jitne Fire In-
surance Companies. We solicit
HOOSIER REALTY COMP'Y.
Suits made in the bett possible style.
Cleaning and Fressicj? a ppeciaity.
IN THE HOME ELECTRICITY has
1 Revolutionized the work greatly
lightening the labor of the Housekeeper.
She may have an Electric Fan near the
Ironing board with no fear of cooling
the iron. The current which keeps her
cool keeps the iron hot. She may work
away all day sitting down if she choosey
with no journeyings to the hot : stove
to change irons. One iron will do it
all from a laee collar to a damask table
cloth. A steady even heat and no
scorching of delicate fabrics withj too
hot an implement. Ask for one on
trial. We will do the rest.
Operating Expense 2.c per hour.
Vinita Electric Lig M
Ice- & Power Co.
When we make an Abstract for you you have the assurance that it is
douc correctly. We'Are Responsible.
VINITA ABSTRACT CO. INC.
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Hull, E. E. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 280, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1907, newspaper, October 4, 1907; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774062/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.