Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 180, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 26, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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We Give S & H Trading Stamps
A New Ship-
Red Fox Fur
Is at this moment a bigger success than any of its predecessors. A larger crowd than this store has ever seen is at
this moment enthusiastically making selections from the greatest values in high-class outer apparel for Women
Misses and Junior that have ever been brought to the City of Vinita.
The Great Thanksgiving Sale Lasts All This Week
$8J0 TO W
and we enumerate some of the Sale Groups as follows:
150 Women's Misses' and Juniors' Suits $10.00 to $35.00 Tailored Suits
Here are suits which because of the fine tailoring and the high class materials of which they are made will commend
themselves to the most fastideous dressers. Suits of Diagonals Serges Worsteds Mixtures Bedford Cords and
Broadcloths in taupe gray brown blue black and mixtures. They are all sizes from 13 year Juniors to Women's
46-inch bust measurement and instead of $10.00 to $35.00
Thanksgiving Price $8.10 to $28.80
$25.00 to $35.00 Evening Gowns and Afternoon Dresses . .
ooooooooooooooooo !for 'ary ilU'r UftSt wtn
O q. 14.60 ewes 13.75 to $4.50
O KANSAS CITY STOCK o
O MARKET O
Kansas i'Uy Stock Yards Nov. 26.
Them wan not much i hang- In cattle
celpts about halain IiiK III'' demand.
52000 cattle ami 5.100 calves Ik-Ink H'
size of tin. run. .' of I ho markets
report a disposition l I. ii
cattle forward HiohkIi
was not prominent ban
ports arc saying I lint
will show exceptional strength pnitli
ularly afti-r the IIihI or February The
undertone Im stronger Hutu a week
UK" and btti pouted (li'iili'i'H tall I
urry shorl I - I
i and trade 'x-
lo i cc aii rmaucul healing "f lln-
i ilili- MlioiUlKi' I" tin. big shipments
of Mock rail If mill fi "iIim h from the
luailiela W Hi'' country In t)M IttHt
throe iiionltiK. SI 1 1 p jn 1 1 1 h from hero
last week wore 23.0()l) initio to coun-
try poltiis hii mo week last yoar 25000.
.MohI of Hi'' niiinlry ili'inand wuh for
iii'i.i entile though eastern IniyiTH
look half Inl stnora of value up to
$8.65 for a thirty day food. Last yoar
tho toil feeders brought $5.75. Mont
stock steer wi-ti' lacking nfucr Mon-
thly Inst week I hough sonic good ones
hroiiKlil flO.Sfi Tucmlny. Most of tho
I' d steers hold nl $7 lo $11.40. Colo
nulo ftipl the southwest sent In a lot
ol cut lli lani waek anil everything
Hold hi about Hie season's top prices
I I Meet's I" $ (" :: in I'll I loud
lota odd head $8.00. stoekera and feed
era $5110 lo $i.!io ihiwk and heifers ; week from Tulsa Is u splendid and a
$4.5u to $D 5 hulls 400 to $6.00 veals Jwoll approclatod addition to tho scalps
up to $9.50 Quarantines advaured 10 belonging to the school
to 15 cents last wnok steers soiling The students who expect to carry
at $4.25 to $7.L'5 cows and heifers off the honors in track work In the
$3.60 to $600. The fun today Is IT- spring as well as those to enter tho
000 head and (he market Is strong lo debating contosls should he Rotting to
10 higher slock cattle and fenders work.
taking Hi" full gain The week prom The girls basketball team are plate
ises well though Hie Thanksgiving uing to go to Miami next Wednesday
lambs around $6.00.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
This Is Thanksgiving wet-k- -also
There war. an abundance of joy
among the students of the Vinita high
school nt the . lo- of tho Ttilsa-Viuita
football game last weflk.
I'll'' football loam started yesterday
iiiieronoi ;il lie- most strenuous two
weeks practice of the "iitlre season in
their endeavor to get In better condi-
tion for the game they will likely haw
to play with the Chiekasha team In
defense of their elaltn to the high
reboot championship of the state. The
team Irom the Neosho high will be
iieie ii. i Thursday aft'rrjpohfoi' a
game and the boys are expecting one
of ilie hardest games of the entire sea-
son. Ti i utile sludeui body should
malic Ii their duty to attend the Idle-
bOQr ihoW next Friday evening as the
manager has kindly offered to donate
one hall of the gross door receipts to
the athletic association and if the stu-
dents taku hold of It in tho righ way
ihey will make n good thing out of It.
Tim Junior English class are just
about to complete tho "Idylls of th:
King." and It is generally voted l" he
the tftVOlite among the literary selec-
tions they have read so far In high
school. Tho sophomores are noon to
tako up debating.
The "American Idol" glvan the high
school as a trophy by the Snnders-
W'rlglit storn for winning the cham-
pionship of eastern Oklahoma last
its victories on the athletic lield but
also for the amount of work that Is
being done in the class rooms as well.
The freshmen say that Prof. Sulli-
van handed tin m one at the rally th-s
other day. lie was calling on differ-
wit students for short speeches atra
always made the "poor froshies" walk
way up front and brave the contempt
of Upper classmen when they said
their little testimonies while the oth-
ers merely rose in the places. Ah!
live woes of the freshmen are many.
There Is some talk among the stu-
dents of buying a large football pen-
nant with championship letters on It
to lot all visitors know that we are
the proud possessors of a champion-
are Mime society boys
urig "hopefuls" who are
heights of learning in
DR. A. W. HERRON
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Barrett Building 108V4 Souts
Office Phone 263 Residence Phone 18
Residence 223 South Adair Street
I he Vinita
Tho students ar? all proud of tho
impression that the visiting athletic
teams are carrying away with thorn
and Intend to keep up this worthy
holiday i- usnalh .in adverse Influ-
ence. Packers secured temporary con
Irol ol the hog market Friday and Sat-
iirdav depressing prices 15 to HO cents
hut sellers look command again today
and regained 5 cunts of tho loss. Run
Is 12000 today n largo Monday run
lop $7.7.' bulk $7.50 to $7.70. Eastern
states market their hogs about tins
lime e tv year and lark of demand
from that quarter aids packers ordi-
narlly In getting ronooaslona at this
tioason as a rule hut. that rule Ik not
working good this your because of tho
big demand for pork and product and
model ate runs In the wost. Sheep and
lambs today 7000. market 10 to 15
higher lambs up to $7.ij7. Prices luivo
ii buoyant air that promised well for
the eight l"lhir lamb market predicted
for a game with the girls In the Mi-
ami high school
F.xamluatlons In the high school de-
partment will be hold Friday.
Tho football squad ure looking for-
ward to the banquet to bo given after
tho season Ins closed.
There will ho a joint literary pro-
gram given In the study hall Wednes-
day afternoon. The best talent has
be. n taken from all four societies and
the program promises to be one of
the host ever rendered by the stu-
dents. The students are all thankful for
tho support given them in everything
they undertake by the town and are
doinu their host to give thorn back as
good as they send by making the Vi-
nita high school noted no! only lor
NEWS FROM SPAVINAW
There are now twenty-four
buildings under construction
new town of Strang.
Mr ('leave Johnson Ol Strang who
has bMn in low With lover is some
Mr. Walter Voting Our barber was
in .loplln last week and heard tho men
talking about tho red granite on Chas.
Williams farm near this town. They
said they had two hundred and fifty
dollars to put In on tho quarry and
further said that tho work would bo-
gin just as soon as the M. O. &. Q.
railroad was In operation so that they
could ship their machinery to Strang.
Hurrah for our little village.
Capt. White and family was here
last week from Vinita for a few days
Mr. Reese of Strang has forty teams
hauling his goods from Vinita
Mr. Nuto West is contemplating go-
ing to Elma Wash. where his brother
lives and spend tho winter huntlfig
hoar and deer.
Misses Ruth and Willie West and
Mrs. Isa Sharp went horseback riding
to the commissary Sunday evening.
MRS. W. B. CRAWFORD
Singing and Piano Lissom
Pupil of William Sherwood Piano
and Vernon d'Arnalle Singing
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD D. M. D.
Sates Reasonable Examination Free
AH Operations Made as Painless at
Possible and All Work Guaranteed
omnoform used for Painless Extraction
OFFICE: ROOM 9. SCOTT BUILDING
THEO. D B. FRFAR
Attorney and Counseior-at-Law
Rooms I and 2. Cherokee Building
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
J. C. CHADWICK Mgr. Phone 243
A call will be appreciated!
The blending of voices in choruses
for "Merry Milkmaids" show that Mr.
and Mrs. Talmage have not labored
In vain. Uoys and girls who two
months ago would not try to sing a
note have been trained to take Impor
Scott Thompson will leave tho lat
in part of the week for a two weeks
visit In Illinois His position with the
Leader will be filled during his ab
seil' o by .1. II. ( arselowev
Jorth and East Bound-
No. 112 K. 0. Meteor 1:10 a.m.
No. 1 2 California Express . 3 : 45 a. tn.
No. 404 Joplin Express 7:0 a. in.
No. 408 St. Louis Limited . C :40 p.m.
No. 10 St. Louis Meteor.. 11: 45 p. ni.
South and West Bound.
No. 9 Okla. City ft S. W. .2:05 a. ui
No. lfl Okla. City fr K. C. .3:30 a. m.
No. 407 Ok C. fr K. C.-St L. 8 :44 a. m.
No. 411 California Express 1:05 p. in.
No. 40. Snpulpa Express. . .9:05 p. tn.
M. K. & T. TIME TABLE.
-Kansas Cily Special. 1: 18 a. m
4 Local Passenger 8: 53 a. m
6 Flyer K. C. 6. St. I.G:20p. m.
No. 8 Ix)cal Passenger ....3:24p.m.
No. 10 Katy Limited 5:34 a.m.
No. I Texas Express 4:25 a.m.
No. 3 Texas Express 7 23 p.m.
No. I Flyer . .. 9:44 a.m.
No. i Local Passenger .. 11:10 a. ni.
No. 9 Katy Limited 10:33 p.m.
DR. F. L. HUGHSON
Physician and Surgeon
Phones 625 Residence 525 W. Delaware
Office Over Wimer Drug Store
Gives the Real Facts In Regard to
ner case ana lens now m
DR. R. L. MITCHELL
Phones: Oftice'607 Residence Red 479
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FUND.
Notice is hereby given that on the
fourth day of December 1912 nt ten
o'clock a. m. or as soon thereafter as
a heariiiR may be had the Cit of Vi-
nita State of Oklahoma by its proper
officers will proceed before the Dis
trict Court of Craig County Oklahoma
to make a showing and offer proof and
ask said Court to hoar and determine
the existence character and amount
ot its legal outstanding warrant in-
debtedness ratified and approved at
an election duly held for such purpose
and to sign the bonds to be issued in
payment of same.
aii persons interested may be pres-
ent at the time said proof is made to
Jonesboro Ark. "I suffered a com
plete break down in health some fimel
ago" writes Mrs. A. McGIll from this
place. "I was very weak and couldi
not do any work. I tried different'
remedies but they did me no good
One day I got a bottle of Cardul. It
did me so much good I was surprised
and took some more.
Before I took Cardul I had headache
and backache and sometimes I would
cry for hours. Now I am over all that
and can do all kinds of housework. I
think it Is the greatest medicine on
In the past fifty years thousands of
ladies have written like Mrs. McGIll.
to tell of the benefit received from
Such testimony from earnest women
surely indicates the great value of this
tonic remedy for diseases peculiar to
j women. Are you a sufferer? Yes?
I Cardul is the medicine you need.
We urge you to try It.
N. B. Write to : I.adifK' AdvliOrv Dot.. Chatu-
noot a Mfdicine Co. Chattanooga Tenn. for Uprcim
Inttrwtwn. and 64-pagF book "Home Treatment
fur Women sent In plain tappet on tequeit.
remonstrate against the issuance of
Mated this 19th day of Novembei
A. D. 1912.
J ('. STARK
Attest. A 3 GREEN Mayoi
(SEAL) City Clerk. 174-J
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 180, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 26, 1912, newspaper, November 26, 1912; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774777/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.