Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 256, Ed. 1 Friday, September 6, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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First National Banli
Of Vinita Ind. Ter.
Calling Attention to Our Statement We Earnestly
Solicit Your Account.
United States Depository
Condensed Statement as Given the Comptroller of the Currency
at the Close of Business Aug. 22 '07.
Loans and Discounts p:H Klt 82
Overdrafts 12.3:if 1
U. W. Bonds for circulation loo.ooo 00
V. H. Bonds 50.000 00
Premiums on C. 8 Bond 1.HI2 60
City Warrants 2610 M
Redemption Fund .VOiX' 00
furniture lind Fixtures....... 1210 21
Cih and due from
banks $ 147007 57
Demand loans bllH7 04
Total... 030137 3
Capital stock 10O.0OO 00
Surplus - 22.0O0 (Ml
Circulation 100000 00
Undivided profits 1ms pnse ana
tar paid -
Deposit -. -
Totl $036137 63
The above statement is correct
A. L. CHURCHILL Cashier.
Correct attest: f
W. E. Halsell
J. O. Hall
YOU CAN'T DODGE PROSPERITY
IF THE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE!
IS I A FACTOR IN Y0URl BUSINESS rZZU X
Every Conversation Closes a Transaction
DAY RATES LOW. :: NIGHT RATESLOWER.'
Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph Co.
IN CLOSE TOUCH
The Officers of this Bank keep in close touch with
every detail of the business. By so doing they secure
correct methods and acceptable service to their pat-
rons. Your accounts solicited.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
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SDectacles and Eye
YOUR EYES serve you tliroup.h'.the work-
lriR hours. It Is Important that these servant
Be relievedof all wnnecei-
tary strain due
To refraction before the nervous sys-
tem resists the tax.
We fltjyiasses to relieve all strain due to errors
of refraction. Should the services of anocculist or
physic! in be require! we will promptly tell you
Nkkle Piame Spectalu 5i oo
"d Oold Frame SptctaJes $5.00
All Banking Business
Entrusted" to Us Whether Large or Small. WillJ Receive 1 he
MOST CAREFUL ATTENTION
Cherokee National!! Bank
Paid Up Capital
J. W. ORK. President LOCIS
B. A. MiFARLAND Cashier.
BAGBY Vice Preeldeui fj
The Democrats of Cral county
have already arranged to held public
speakiog at the following places and
on the following dates between now
and the election on Tuesday Septem-
ber 17. 1907.
Friday September C Carter's School
Saturday September 7 Locust Hill
Monday September 9 Ironsides
VOTERS 1ST REGISTER!
In order to vote at the election
to be held on September 17 1907
each citizen of Vinita must reg-
ister within 30 days before the
date of said election before the
City Recorder Geo. P. Fogle.
Each citizen applying for reg-
istration must tell in what ward
he lives and furnish such other
information regarding his right
to register as the Recorder may
It he fails or refuses to do this
it lies within the power of the
City Recorder to refuse him
registration in which case he
would lose his vote. .
First Published Sept. 3 1907.
IN THE UNITED STATES COURT FOR THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF THE INDIAN
TERRITORY KITTING AT VINITA
No. 1501 Probate.
In the Matter of the Guardianship and Estate 1
or Murwm x iocnpivuuea wt. ax. jiinora
It. V. McSpaddeu Guardian.
Notice of Sale of Oil and Gas Mining
To Whom it May Concern s
Notice Is "hereby given that on Wednesday.
September 25 1907 the undersignod will offer
for sale at public auction or outcry the oil and Ran
mining leases upon the following described lands
Belonging to my ward Gertrude McSpadden
the IsK or. WW or. ms qr. ana rsw qr. Ab qr.
Mi sj i n.
R l.'ie. in the Cherokee Nation.
r. sec ttl. tP2o n.
. T containing 20 acres more or less and near
Burtlesville I. T.
Belonging to my ward Nellie E. McSpadden
the Etf NE qr. of SE qr. of SKqr. and SW qr. of
NEqr of KB qr sec. 21 tp. 20 u R 13 e in the
Cherokee Nation 1. T.. containing 30 acres.imora
Said sale will take place at the United States
court house door in iho City of Vinita in the
Northern District Cherokee Nation Indian Ter-
ritory on the date above mentioned and al the
hour or ll o ciock a. m. mis saie nas ueen
ordered by the above styled court bald order hav-
August A. D. 1007.
lng been duly signed by Joseph A. Gill judge of
said court at Vinita I
on the 31st dav of
Mv ward Gertrude McSpadden Is 8 years of age
and my ward Nellie E. McSpadden is ten years of
age. K. V. JUCSPADDgN
Vinita I. T. Sept. 2 1807.
The splendid opportunity to secure
first pich from our choice selection 4
of "Sterling" ready-to-wear clothing
should not be overlooked. The Fall
Styles are now in and the patterns are
decidedly pretty. Being "Sterling"
made is sufficient guarantee that the
Styles are Correct the Materials of
High Standard and the Workmanship
of the Best.
''Sterling" Clothes possess a Merit
unknown to a majority of makers.
gGsSee that your Clothes bear
the "Sterling" label.
First Published August 30 1907
In the United State DlBtriot Court at Vinita
in the Northern District of the Indian
Lutie Elizabeth Davis plaintiff.
vg. No. 2705
William Lee Davis defendant.
The defendant William Lee Davis is warned to
appear in this court within thirty days and an-
swer the complaint of the plaintiff Lutie
Chss. A. Davidson Clerk
B E. B. Davidson Deputy.
John B.Turner Attorney for Plaintiff.
T. D. B. Frear. Attorney for Non-Resident De
August 29 1907
J. W. MUSSER'S
( Successor to 8.L. Hill.)
Good "Work and Artesian .
South Wilson St. - - Vinita Okla
S YOUR ADVANTAGE
One of the advantages of being a resident of Vinita is the oppor-
tunity for placing your money in the care of the
International Bank and Trust Company
which with its capital of $100000.00 and assets of $300000.00
malts it an unusually safe phce to do easiness.
Two $10 Bull's Eyes $6.00
Four $5 Flexo - - 3.50
One $2 Browning - 1.50
These Goods Must Be Sold and
These Prices Are Below Cost.
Nickel Tlated Towel Rods
" " Brackets
" " Soap Cups
" Tumbler Holders
" Shower Batha
The Store Where a Dollar Goes the Farthest.
Willie Halsell College
A high grade corps of teachers
A Regular Course covering four years
A Preparatory Course covering eight years
Has added one year's grade to its course
Has electric lights gas an artesian well
bath rooms etc.
Has this summer spent over Roe hundred
dollars in improvements
Expects to prepare boys and girls for
Expects to develop Christian character
Expects to raise the standard of education
Dr. G. P. Ferree. President
Prof. S. P. Duke Vice-President
G. P. Ferree A. M. M. D.
Professor of Philosophy
S. P. Duke A.B.
Professor of Mathematics
Minnetta Holland A. B.
Professor of Latin and English
Lucile Campbell B. S.t
Professor ot Modern Language and Science
Nellie B. Ferree
Mrs. J. D. Ferree Motion
Annie Belle Morris
- London Conservatory Music
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Tuition per term ... $12.00
Tuition in Primary Department g.OQ
Tuition in Instrumental Music per term 12.00
Use of Piano per term 2.00
Tuition in Vocal Music per term 12.00
Board per month including fuel light and room ' 12.50
Payment tf Tuition in Advance. Paymrnt of Board monthly in
advance. For Catalogue or further information apply to
DR. G. P. FERREE Pres. Vinita I. T.
Try Us Vitb A 17 Account Jj
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Hull, E. E. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 256, Ed. 1 Friday, September 6, 1907, newspaper, September 6, 1907; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775146/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.