Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 180, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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Dr. 0. C. Heidtman
Examination Free. All work
Wimer Building Vinita Oklahoma
E. L STUBBLEFIELD D. IL D.
Ratet Reasonable Examination Fret
Ail operations made as painless as pos
sible and all work guaranteed
Somn'ofornf uted for Painless Extraction
OFFICE: ROOM 9 SCOTT BUILDING
Dr. A. W. HERRON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Barrett Building. 109 1-2 South
. Wilson Street.
Phone: Office 220 Residence.188
Residence 223 So. Adair St.
PRICES OF FOOD STUFFS
BEGIN GENERAL DECLINE
Chicago Nov. 16. A bumper corn
crop and unusually heavy receipts of
cattle and pork at the stock yards are
given by Chicago dealers aa causes
of the general decline of food stuffs
over the country. A decline In prices
at the stock yards was followed by a
reduction of fresh meats and staples.
Commission men here Tuesday pre-
dicted lower prices still on everything
except eggs which they say are high
and going higher.
The following shows some of the re
duction here In the la.st week:
This Week. Last Week.
Sugar $ .05 $ .0314 3 0C
Flour 6.75 6.90
Pork 16 22 .20 22
Lamb 13 .18
Chickens 12Vi .13
Reef 10 18 .12
Attorney & Counsellor at Law
Room 6. Scott B'.dg. Vinita Ok la
DR. LOUIS BAGBY
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Halsell Building
VINITA. - - OKLAHOMA.
C W. DAY
Gold Grown and Bridge Work
a Specialty. ' "
Office In Empire Block - VINITA.
Dr. G. O. BURCH
Practice Limited to .
' EYE EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
Office in Wimer Bldg.
Res. Phone 458 Vinita Okla.
GAYLORD N. BEBOUT
N Attorney and Counselor at law
Special Attention Given to Land Titles
and Corporation Law
Offices in Post OfficeVBuilding
DR. C. S. NEER
Office in Foreman! Buiding
PHONES: Residence 463; Office 93
Pallisheri Oklahoma Information
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OOOOSO0COO GO OOO
The decline since the first of Oc-
tober is from 50 to 75 cents on cattle
in the bulk and the market in general
is 10 cents lower than It wa3 a week
ago. Hogs have dropped from $9.65
a hundred weight on October 1 to
In New York the wholesale price of
beef has gone oft on an average of
3-4 of a cent in the last week. One
of the leading dealers said sirloin
steak that had brought 24 cents a
pound now is selling at 22 cents and
porterhouse Is down 3 cents a pound
selling at 25 cents. Fresh pork prod
ucts show the greatest drop the mar
ket dealers selling cuts for roasting
at 18 cents a pound that within a short
time have been bringing 22 cents.
Lard is down 2 cents a pound the
price yesterday being 18 cents. The
best grades of ham and bacon show
no change. This is accounted for by
the length of time it takes In curing.
The dealers say the stocks of cured
meats' are light and it naturally will
be some time before the Increased pro
duction of hogs offsets this condition.
The market men attribute the relief
from "high prices to the enormous corn
crop and the consequent low price of
the cereal. Low prices of feed com-
bined with the past high prices of
pork they say have resulted as was
expected in an increased raising of
In Washington D. C wholesale deal
ers said Tuesday that prices are tak
ing a tumble with indications of sym-
pathetic relief for the housewife along
other lines of food supplies. The price
of beef has been reduced between 4
and 5 cents a pound by the packers.
At the same time the price of poik had
gone down about 3 cents.
In Topeka fresh pork has dropped
Yi cents a pound. Six-cent hogs next
spring the result of large crops of for
age and grain was the prediction of a
heat packer today.
In Milwaukee food prices average
from 10 to 20 per cent lower. Potatoes
are 20 cents a bushel lower. Poultry
is down 20 per cent. Beef pork and
veal prices are about the same as last
In Cincinnati bacon led today with
a decline of 5 cents a pound. Live
hogs are selling $1.25 a hundred less
than three weeks ago. Coffee po
tatoes and eggs are higher.
in Omaha there has been a drop of
2 cents a pound in the prices of all
fresh meats. A further decline of
cents by January 1 is expected by the
packers. Cured meats are about the
In Detroit there has been a marked
reduction in prices within two months.
The retail price of porterhouse steak
has fallen from 20c per pound to 16c;
sirloin 18c to 14c; roundsteak 15c to
12c; rib roast. 16c to 12'c; pot roast
12c to 9c; loin roast pork 20c to 15c;
loin pork chops. 21c to 16e; shoulder
roast pork 17c to 14c. Poultry has
fallen several cents hams 1 cent ba
con 1 rent and lard 1 3-4 cents.
In St. Joseph Mo. prices in most all
food products show a downward tend-
ency Pork is off 2'2 cents a poui.d.
In Atchison Kans. meat markets re
sponded readily to the drop of meat
prices In the larger cities. Fresh p:irk
is 1 to 3 cents a pound cheaper than
it. brought last Saturday and the
butchers promise reduction ii the
price of beef and lard within a few
In Indianapolis wholesale prices of
provisions are going lower.
. In St. Louis fresh meats are down
from 2 to 3 cents a pound. Pork loins
15 cents last week brought 12 cents
yesterday. Beef carcasses declined
from 11 to 8 cents and mutton from
9 to 7 cents. The consumers have re-
ceived the benefit of the decline. The
recent high prices of beef caused a
demand for the cheaper cuts and these
have advanced 2 cents while the
choice steaks have declined.
In Duluth pork has dropped from 23
to 18 cents a pound. Lambs have
dropped from 17 to 12 cents and veal
from 14 to 12 cents.
u opcwui v nuug ouiu iiiul wm ue tne sensation. (
otuoun ai io suing iu ue a wuuk 01 itemarKaDie Bargains in He
and Boys' Clothing. Every economical man in this community v
instantly appreciate the marvelous opportunity to save money on
seasons most urgent needs by taking advantage of the uuusual b
gains to be obtained here during this remarkable clothing sale. Do
hesitate but come early while our stocks are complete.
OUR MOTTO: '
Good Clean Up to-Date Merchandise
For Less Money.
A WEEK OF REMARKABLE
Truthful Statements in Every Adv
ar gains in Men's and Boys' Clothin
Every far'-sighted man and every economical shaper in this community will instantly appreciate the marvelous optj
w ac xuuncy uu tuc swbuu ! inusi urgent neeas Dy taKing advantage ot the unusual Clothing Bargains to
obtained here during this remarkable sale. Don't hesitate but come early and make your selection while our stocks ;
complete wnat you save win more than pay you to come a long way to attend this extraordinary bargain event.
Buy Now. Snap Up Some of These Bar-
gains in Clothing
Men's and Young Men's 3-Piece Suits
sizes from 34 and up to 40 sell reg-
ularly from ?10 to 12; go at this sale
Men's and Young Men's 3-Plece Suits
square cut coats neatly made up from
$12 to $15 values go at this sale $4.25
Men's and Young Men's 3-Piece Suits
hand finished worsteds in nice dark
collars up-to-date makes $15 values
go at this sale at...... $5.75
Men's and Young Men's Suits In hard
finished worsteds in . grays and
browns nicely made up $15 to $18 go
at. . . . ...$7.75
Men's 3-Piece Suits newest worsteds
and serges 3-button sack coat $18
values go at .$10.50
Men's 3-Piece Suits in blue brown and
grey shadow stripe worsteds 3 and 4
button sack coats. These suits are
made by manufacturers of high class
men's and young men's clothes. $23-50
values go at . $11.75
Men's 2-Piece Suits in grey and blue
worsteds these are misfit' made by
some of the best known tailors ot
America. $25 values go at. ... .$13.50
Cravenets In drk grey colors $12 to
$15 go at this sale at. ....... .$6 to $3
Men's All Wool Overcoats In nice
greys with the latest Presto collars
$18 values go at $11.50
Boys' All Wool Suits nicely made up
with knickerbocker trousers $3.00
values go at $1.75
Boys All-Wool Suits $4.00 values
Boys' All-Wool Suits $5 values at $3.50
Boys' All-Wool Suits $6 values at $4.50
Boys Ail-Wool Knee Pants 50c and
75c values at . . 25c
$300 Values go at this sale at $1.95
Men's and Boys' Corduroy - Pants $2
values go at 85c
Men's Pure All-Wool Trousers In grey
and brown mixtures peg tops 3-ln'ch
cuff bottoms for the young fellows $5
values go at this sale at $3.85
Men's All-Wool Serges handsome
stripe effect in all colors up-to-date
makes. $4 values go at this sale
Men's All Wool Trousers in all latest
colors. $4 values go at this sale
at . . . $2.65
Men's Trousers blue serges and other
wool mixtures nicely made up. $3
value8: go at this sale at. . . . . '; . . .$2.15
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weekly article papers on popular
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Although the two hundred and fifty
stories cost sq little they are not cheap
stories. In variety of scene diversity
of incident skill and thith in character-depicting
they cannot be excell-
The announcement fer 1911 beauti-
honest regard for the welfare of this
constituents . can lend himself to a
plan designed to exclude this well ap-
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or township it aspires to enter. If
those who are shaping its destiny rec
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All the company asks of the public is
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In the fifty-two issues of a year's
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fully two hundred and fifty stories.
The subscription price of the paper is
but $1.75 so that the stories cost less
than a cent apiece without reckoning
new features which1 greatly enlarge
the paper will be sent to any address
free 'with sample copies of current is-i
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a right to which every legitimate Am
erican enterprise is entitled.
"My Cinderella Girl."
"My Cinderella Girl " termed a "far-
cial play with music" is all that and
more. It is one of the funniest con-
coctions seen here this season and it
kept two large audiences In roars of
house ' of the Siwash team with the
diamond in the background. A game
is in progress and the usual things at-
tendant upon a game are pulled off a
dispute between players and umpires
being especially well done. :
In the role of Tom Harrington cap-
tain of the nine who masquerades for
a time aa a United States army offl-
laughter yesterday at the New Grand
theater. Headed by William Norris a'cer William Norris is right at. home.
company or runmaKers keeps things Much of the comedy falls to him and
moving from curtain to curtain. There he gets away with it nicelv hthers
is not a dull moment in the show. .who are of. material BRsiQtan ( Mm
the scenes are laid at Siwash col- are Arthur David the new rrrf0anr-
epost wants no subsidy and
ine I ei-J lege. The action has to do with the Maurice Cass the freshman- Louis
is not a Siwash hnsphnll ten in n father wVia ! QVintf U u t -
"uu1wviuii iuie 01 Mans wagner;
petitioner for financial assistance from opposes athletics the initiation of" a '' R. B. Theadore. portraying "Slats " the
lo new proIegsor ana the time Ironored pitcher and Frank Wunderlee The
contemplate no abridgement or en- ove affaira of tne students. : Baseball 1 chief femfntn w.i
rrnnrhmont unnn nnv rleht onlnvorl hv . . t .. . . . " ' rueu
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graph messages from the Atlantic to but they serve their purpose and there-'
me ruciiic ctt a maximum raie vi one f0re ae justified. - ..--
cent aim a minimum raie 01 one quar- The last scene is laid jnhe club.. away.
ter of one cent a word regardless of . . . ' !
time or distance.
Every new subscriber 'receives free
Te'Companion's Art Calendar for 1911
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....UB.01uru ... any community from Maine to Cali-
suiu buw u me suuscnption is re- fornia
ceivea at once all the iss
remaining weeks . of 1910.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION
144 Berkeley St. Boston Mass.
New subscriptions received at this
In some parts of the country there
seems to be an. Inordinate desire with
a certain class' of public officials to
prevent the extension of the Telepost
system of automatic telegraphy which
in pursuance of Its policy of national
expansion plans to connect as soon as
feasible its lines from "Kansas City
to Guthrie and other cities and towns
in Oklahoma including Oklahoma City
Ardmore Chlckasha Epld '. ; Hobart
Muskogee and. Vinita. .
It is difficult to conceive on what
grounds a public servant who has an
but vocally they are weak.
"Dooley" Amsler a Sioux City .girl
is one of the Siwash co-eds. !
Another performance will be given
tonight. If you have the blues Nor-
ris and his crowd will drive them
Surely this is no
reason why it should be debarred from
competing for business with the mon-
opoly. The Telepost sends over its
wires messages at a speed of 2000
words a minute as against the 20 to
25 words a minute of its high-priced
rivals. This may be a legitimate ob
jection to the monopoly which is lum-
bering along In the same old way it
did in the days of Morse but In the
capacity for useful service which it
reveals there is an appeal to popular
support which no legislator however
indifferent he may be to the interest
of his constituency can afford to
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Why Not Select Your Holiday Presents Now? i
Then'' you will not be bothered by the crowd.. You
will also have a larger and fresher stock to select
from. Our assortment of jewelry watches clocks.
and silverware is. complete and we are now ready to
show you some of the late arrivals in our stock which
we feel sure will give you pleasuoe to look at. . Our
rule of accepting 25 per cent of the cost of an article
and laying it aside until you wish it is popular one
as it f nables many to buv early that otherwise could
not do so.
C. C. Hiittenmeyer Jeweler and Optician
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 180, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1910, newspaper, November 17, 1910; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774607/m1/4/: accessed July 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.