Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 9, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 7, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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The Young Man Loves The Young
The Young Lady Loves The! Young
' That's her business
Presently They Will Marry And Need
A Bank Account:
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; Phones: Office 607 Residence Red 479 !
ALL THE LATEST
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R. P. CLAY
OVER 65 YEARS'
A nrone lending a iket eh and description niq
BinnBI a III Aim nntmilu frill. Hh.DllW .11
Invention la probably patenWiie. . Ctmimnntea.
tloneatrtctlrconadentlal. HArtUBUQK on auu
tent frea. Oldest agency for secunwr patenta.
- I'atanta taken through Mann Co. receive
Iftcinl notice without charge lathe
A handsometr H!ntrate4 weaklf. T.anreat cir-
culation of anr aotentiflo Journal. Terms S3 a
ynur: four month II. Bold brail newadealer.
Branch Offlc. 62a F 8t- WaahiotKon. V. U.
30c. At Your Grocery.
We are now making
ICE GREAM AND ICES W
Vinita Creamery Co.
Clark & Roberts
144 12 S. Wilson st. Telephone 697
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O K L H O M A
O LOCAL AND PERSONAL
O . - ; O
Farmers are busy planting.
The circus drew a larp crowd today
Gardens are growing fine these days.
John .Franklin was in from Estella
Seymour Kiddle bad business at
Oliver Hayues is here from White
The county commissioners are in
This was a hard day on school
The light rain last night was no dis
Clyde Stuart returned from South
Dakota last night.
YV. P. Thompson returned from Rog-
ers county last night.
FOR SALE Five room modern
house. Mrs. G. H. Graham.
Frank Little Is here from Ramona
attending to business.
J. R. Mode of Needmore Is attend
ing business here today.
Mrs. Fred Warren and children are
among the visitors from Todd.
Watch for the opening sale add for
Saturday at the Golden Rule.
S. E. W'allen Is attending the post
master's convention at Kansas City
FOR RENT Five rooms furnished
residence. 340 S. Smith St Phone 612
White carnations for mothers at the
Presbyterian Sunday school next Sun
Dr. H. H. Wynne eye ear nose and
throat specialist of Oklahoma City is
a visitor today.
Jennie May Parks gave a "bunking'
party" for eight or ten of her little
chums last night.
TO RENT Modern six room house
with stable and 200 ft." ground f 15 per
month. Phone 395. 6t
There is not a street In the city
which needs improvement more than
South Smith even to the extent of
There will be a meeting of Craig
County Medical Society in the office
of Dr. R. L. Mitchell this evening at
The new management of the Golden
Rule will continue to give premium
coupons and' will redeem all coupons
under the old management until June
FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island
Reds. On account of moving I will
sell my entire flock of Reds. C. M
Presbyterian Sunday school will ob
serve Mothers Day next Sunday morn'
ing at lo o'clock. All Presbyterian
mothers are invited to attend. Come
Word was received here today that
Mrs. E. O. Haskew died at HuJbert
Okla. yesterday after a few days sick
ness. Mr. Haskew has been in the
employ of Garrison's Grocery for some
time. Mrs. Haskew - was visiting i
Hulbert -when taken sick.
The Golden Rule is being remodele
and you will find our store pleasant
and Inviting as well as an up-to-date
and a good assortment of new spring
styles to select from arid worth every
cent of the price originally asked but
we are going to sell for cash and ca
sell them cheaper.
Notice to Citizens of Vinita in General
Ou the 13th and 14th of this month
a thorough inspection of all the alleys
as to their sanitary condition will be
made. In he mean time it Is advisable
that you clean up as the sanitary ordi
nance will be enforced to the letter.
J. C. STARR Mayor
C. H. GOODPASTiCU
Chief of Police
Eggs from the highest bred flock o
Plymouth Rock hens in Oklahoma
$1.00 per setting. Mrs. D. M. Marrs. .tf
Money to Loan.
Choice farm loans now made at
Vh per cent interest rate without
commlssiou. Money rovl F.
Gwinnup & Son
WANTED A good agent for north
eastern Oklahoma. Headquarters at
Vinita. Call on Dr. J. Haigh at Hick
man Hotel or write Glossy Wave Co
1003 N. C SL Muskogee Okla. 8-H
Farm and City Loans
You will save money by seeing 2
us before closing; one.
Educational Value of Photography. I
Few pursuit afford so valuable a '
mis il train las as photography. R !
teartes method and system accuracy J
cleanliness and order. The use of the
camera cultivates the powers of ob- (
serration the appreciation of the
beautiful alertness and Judgment The t
way ia which optics chemistry and
mechanics are applied In combination
for the production of pictures stlmu-
lates an Interest In physical science.
In the truest sense photography la
an educator a "leader out" of such
mental qualities and aptitudes as those
who follow It possess. In all this we
have said nothing- of the value of the
photographs that are obtained; they
may be regarded la this aspect ot the
case aa a by product but a by-product
that can hardly bare no value at all j
and may often be aa Important as or
even more ao than the other advan-
tages conferred by the hobby. It par-
ents realized what an admirable men
tal and manual training photography
could be made we believe It would
eoou become almost universal.
Intrinsic Light of Stars
M. Nordmann of the Observatory of
Paris has made some Interesting cal
culations of the Intrinsic light of a
number of stars based on the results
be had previously attained in regard
to their effective temperatures. The
brightness of a star as seen from the
earth does not depend wholly upon
Its size and distance. Thus M. Nord-
mann finds that Sirlus and Vega emit
light the brightness of which la
000000 candle power per square centi
meter while at the other end ot th
scale the light of Aldebaran amounts
to only 22000 candlepower per square
centimeter. The intrinsic brightness
ot Vega la according to this calcula
tion nineteen times that of the aun.
If Vega were of the same size as Alde
baran and at the same distance from
the earth the former would appear to
us over 200 times aa bright aa the
Women Win High Honor.
Once more women have triumphed
at the Royal academy. For the sec
ond time In three years the gold medal
baa been won by a female student
while ot the fourteen prizes offered
no less than ten have been carried
off by women. In presenting these
and congratulating Miss Margaret Wil
liams on her brilliant achievement the
president of the Royal academy paid
high tribute to the perseverance and
the talent ot women artists; but again
we ask why Is It not recognized by
the Royal Academy ot Arts In the ob-
vious wayT In every way women
show their fitness to compete with
men for the honor of admission to as
sociateship and to election among the
forty yet still they stand without tho
gate. Lady's Pictorial.
Steamer Turns Turtle
An exciting story was told at an In
qulry at Caxton hall recently into the
loss ot the steamer Eastern Counties
which turned turtle about. four mllea
south of the Spurn Lightship several
lives being lost. It was stated that
there was a large deck cargo and that
the eteamer was unsteady. Off the
Humber she took a pronounced list
The master ordered the engines to be
slowed called all hands on deck or
dered everyone to take lifebelts and
sounded the whistle as a signal of dis-
tress. The helm was starboarded with
the idea of beaching the vessel on the
south shore but she turned right over
and floated bottom up. Some ot those
on board climbed over the port rail
and got on the bottom of the ship as
she turned turtle.
Old Problems Revived.
It has been said that the backbone
of a nation 1' its middle class. Frank
Frost Abbott profegBon- of Latin Ian
guage and literature at Princeton uni
versity seems to go on this assump
tion in his "The Common People of
Ancient Rome." For Instead of trac
ing the progress of a few leading fig
ures in his irstory he seeks to put be-
fore his readers the every day life
of the ordinary cltisens oJ the Roman
empire. Some of his subjects for dis
cussion are as modern as "The High
Cost of Living." He shows that there
Is a striking similarity between many
of the problems of the people of Rome
and of this country today.
Child Gave Life for Sister.
Louis Brown a motherless boy of
six years lost his life In a recent Are
at New York because he stayed by
the side of -his four-year-old sister
Helen and shielded her from the
the smoke and flames. A fireman
searching through the burning build-
ing found the two children uncon-
scious and clasped in each other's
anus beneath a bed. The boy had
wrapped his jacket about the little
girl's head to protect her. She had
tucked her head down on his' breast
and locked arms about his waist. Hel-
en's condition Is serious. The chil-
dren had been forgotten in the gen-
eral scramble for safety. -
Fresh From the "Comb."
The late Dn- Norman Macleod was
enjoying 'a trip among the Western.
iles with some friends clerical and
lay among whom was a certain mln-
iftcr of the name of Honey. One
morning this gentleman had been late
in rising and rushed1 Into the saloon
with Indications of a hasty toilet up-
on him' Some time after the breakfast-
bell had rung. Dr. Macleod looking
up with sr merry twinkle In -his eyes'
greeted his friend ; with the words:
"Halloa hi e comes Honey fresh from
ta najnb!" .H?;a: " .' ' ''
Garden Plows&Eledric Garden Hose
We Can Fill
For best grades of Permanent
" East of Railroad Crossing "
Dr. Louis Bagby Dr. C. S. Neet
OfflcalOll pufivirs I Offlee 101
Rei. 110 f IHUMtfc Hei463
DRS. BAGBY & INEER
Office in First National tank Building
DR 0. C. HEipTMAN
All Work Guaranteed
IVimer Building Vinita Okla
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD D. M. D.
Rates Reasonable Examination Fr
AU Operations Made as Painless as
Possible and au wont uuaranteeo
nmnnform used for Painless Extraction
office: room scott building
DR. F. L. MARNEY
Office Webb Bros. Livery
Phone 143 Vinita OKU
It is a very serious matter to ask
tor one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reason we urge you in buying to
be careful to get the genuine
The reputation of this old relia-
ble medicine for constipation in-
digestion and liver trouble is firm-
ly established. It does not imitate
i'ther medicines. It is better than
others or it would not be the fa-
vorite liver powder with a larger
sale than all others combined.
SOLD IN TOWN F3
Mr. Richard's Experience With Dif-
ferent Diets. Peaches and
Buttermilk for Three Years.
Cecilton Md. Mr. George Richards
of this place during the past 12 years
has probably tried more different diets
lhan the average person would ever use
in a lifetime.
What he has to say about his experi-
ments must therefore be highly interest-
ing to anyone suffering from indigestion
or stomach troubles of any kind.
He says: "For more than 12 years.
I suffered with stomach troubles 2nd
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills
and medicines. 1 was also operated on
: for piles.
1 lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only thing
that would act give me pain was raw eggs.
I was a physical wreck. I could nol
sleep and was as near crazy as a man
could well be. - -
i I must say that after taking two 25-cenl
! package of Thedford's Black-Draught
' it did me more good than all 1 ever spent
for other medicines. - - - ; -
I have been working daily on the farm
ever since and I ar as hard as iron''
This purely vejetab' remedy has been
in successful use for wore than 70 years.
Try it. But be surstiiat it's "Thediord'."
E. At. HENDERSON
Undertaker Furnetal Director
"f ' EMBALMER
Phones: Office 129. Res. Black 494
DR. F. L. HUGHSON
Physician and Surgeon '
Phones 625 Residence 523 W.Delaware
Office Over Wimer Drug Store
THEO. D. B. FREAK
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law
Rooms 1 and 2. Cherokee Building '
DR. A. W. HERRON
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Barrett Building 108tf South
- Wilson Street 1
Office Phone 263 Residence Puonw 184
Residence 223 South Adair Street
A fine line of
OLIVES AND PICKLES
Also fresh Vegetables
and Fruits of all Kinds.
PHONES' ISi'' AND
G. 0. COFFEE
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 9, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 7, 1912, newspaper, May 7, 1912; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774152/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.