Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 294, Ed. 1 Monday, March 22, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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S THE WEATHER j
W. E. Halsell arrived home from
at this time of Spring Suit buying. Don't go it blind; don't rush
into the first clothing store you come to and lay down your $10
$12 or $15 and take a suit just because the salesman says it's
cheap at the price" etc.
OPEN YOUR EYES A BIT AND
and perhaps you'll be surprised to learn what your money will
buy if you go to the right store that's it RIGHT STORE
We want to be put to the test we want OUR CLOTHES
compared with other kinds for when this is done we always
make a sals.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
THE CHEROKEE NATIONAL BANK
OF VINITA OKLAHOMA
As Rendered to the Comptroller
Loans and Discounts-.. $63753.53
Overdrafts 719 .60
Bonds and Securities. . . 237578
U. S. Bonds 6250.00
Five Per Cent Fund 12.50
Furniture and Fixtures. 1000.00
Cash and Sight Ex. . . .. 26109.08
of the Currency at the Close of
February 5th 1909
Capital Stock $25000.00
Undivided Profits 620.77
'CLOSE OUT PATTERNS OF BUFFETS
We have eight patterns of Buffts which we are closing oat at
ten per cent reductioa making them extra good values
A Complete Stock has just arrived. We can sell
f you the best hose made on earth s .
L. D. DALQUEST
The Value of the Telephone
It is not the circuit of wire that connects your'
instrument with the exchange w hich makes it
the most indesdensable thing in modern life.
It's the thousands of voices'at the other end of
the wire. Our long distance lines reach almost
every point in Oklahoma and our connection
with the American Telephone and Telegraph
Company enables us to give you good service
to St. Louis Kansas City Dallas and many
other pricipal points in adjoining states.
Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph Company
Fresh and Cured Meats
We Handle Both Kansas City
and Home Meats
Satisfaction Guaranteed Quick Delivery
Tonight und Tuesday increas-
iiiR cloudiness warmer tonight.
Ixical observations for day
nreceedine. furnished bv C. fc.
Maximum temperature 65 degs
Minimum temperature 35 degs
Temperature at 7 p. m. D8 degs
Stephen Schrieber spent Sunday in
J. M. Hadley was here today from
Iiert Lenox of Welch was a visitor
Miss Mae Shepard Is visiting friends
in Tuls .
Harry Lumpkin returned last night
Win. Simnis made a business trip
to Westville today.
Miss Arnole Layton of Hluejackot
is visiting in the city.
H. W. C. Shelton is visiting the
schools of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. K. .1. llobdy spent
Sunday in Bluejacket.
H. V. McSpadden will return from
Springfield this evening.
Byron llaymes of Claremore is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Kerd Ktter.
Mrs. O. N. Behout and son returned
yesterday from Oberlin Ohio.
Miss Fannie Briscoe returned yes
terday from Washington 1). C
Isaac Colin; an oil operator of Chel-
sea was here today on business.
Mrs. Fink has accepted a position
with the Vinita Millinery company.
Virgil Kennison returned yesterday
from a visit with relatives in Texas.
12. W. Stryker and daughter I mo-
gene went east yesterday for a weeks
tiene Knglcliurt and G. II. Terbush
returned from Fairland Saturday
Fox Dannenberg cashier of the first
National Bank of Chelsea is in the
Little Dewey Sheehan who has
been quite seriously ill is reported
Mrs. A. Pfannkuehe left yesterday
for St. Louis where she will take med
George Carlock a prominent far
mer rear Centralia transacted busi
ness here today.
B. V. Cash U. S. examiner stopped
here between trains today enroute
from Texas to Missouri.
Miss Emma Dupre returned to her
school at Albia this morning after
spending Sunday with home folks.
Garland Marrs will resume his
place as city editor of the Chieftain
about the first of the coming month
The ladies aid society of the Pres
byterian church will meet Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oborn
The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap
tist church will meet Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. F. M. Smith
Mrs. O. B. Delaney returned Sunday
from Chicago where she has been buy
ing millinery goods for the Vinita
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Young and
daughter Ituth and M. S. Runyan
and family visited the family of J. R.
Fallis near Bluejacket Sunday.
A .Jte from Mr. Berger who for
more than a week has been at Neosho
states that his grandfather died Fri
day and was buried Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Berger will be home in a day or
The members of the Scottish Rite
met yesterday and completed their
program for Maunday Thursday and
Easter exercises. The Easter day ex
ercises will be open to the public and
will be held in Masonic hall.
The Modern Woodmen teamof this
city wih go to Claremore Friday night
March 26 to participate in a class
adoption at that place. The boys are
in good practice and claim they will
do justice to the occasion and the
banquet that Is to follow.
W. II. Whitsel was here from Blue
Robert Lee was here from Big
Mrs. Lucy Duncan is visiting Judge
Ciurk and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Thompson went
to Muskogee today.
Harry Mitchell spent Sunday with
relatives in Seneca.
W. I McClellan of Claremore was
a Vinita visitor today.
Ed Stanley lias sold his residence
in the Marrs addition.
J. M. Young made a trip to the
country near Woodley today.
Mrs. C. J. Hunt and sou returned
Sunday morning from Sapulpa.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kearns came
in from Adair yesterday.
E. W. Browning returned from
Lane City Texas last night.
Miss Ora May returned Sunday
from a weeks visit at Miami.
T. W. Wallace and wife Of Fryor
Creek were visitors here Sunday.
Misses Nettie and Beatrice Hug-
gins are visiting in Fryor Creek.
Judge and Mrs. L. F. Parker visit-
ed friends in Chelsea Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. James White of Os-
wego are visiting Mrs. G. W. Franklin
Mrs. Nelson Oliver of Miami visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith Sunday.
A. C. Gould mid Marion Moore of
Bluejacket transacted business here
T. C. Holland the furniture man
left last night for St. Louis to pur
chase a supply of spring furniture.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will serve dinner Saturday March 27
in the basement of the Barrett building.
Miss Frank Wilson who has been
visiting her brother T. J. Wilson re-
turned to Independence Kans. Sunday.
Miss Pauline Kelley Miss Josephine
Barker and Miss Bertha Thomason
returned yesterday from a few days
visit in Muskogee.
The ladies of the Methodist church
are preparing to give a rummage sale
about the first of April. Thifc will be
at the Barrett building.
F. G. Cowan left Saturday for Iowa
where his marriage to Miss Blair will
take place. They will go to Decatur
Wash. for a six months stay.
The Cheiokee Investment company
are the possessors of a new and quite
commodious office safe that was plac-
ed in their office Saturday night.
A freight train on the Frisco was
wrecked yesterday. The engine and
one car were thrown from the track
The engineer was injured but not seriously.
The Emily Waterson Concert com-
pany will give an entertainment at the
Auditorium Thursday night April 1
under the auspices of the Civic club.
The company consists of a reader a
singer and a violinist the latter be-
ing Miss Fay Trott who is well known
ii this city.
A FEW OF THE CASES WE HAVE
"I was blind and was treated by sev-
eral doctors and they did no good. I
had lost all hope but like a drowning
man I grasped at every straw. The
Ophthalmologist was recommended
to me and I went to see them and they
restored my sight." BEN VAN ZANT
"1 had a cataract in my left eye and
was nearly blind. After spending my
money with several doctors I was fin-
ally persuaded to see the Ophthalmol-
ogist who gave relief immediately
and restored my sight. Now I can read
the finest of print. Thanks to the
Ophthalmologist." ELMER LOWE.
"I suffered with headaches for years
The Ophthalmologist cured me."
MISS KATE HACKNEY.
I had heaaches and my eye sight
was bad. The Ophthalmologist cured
my headaches and restored my eyes."
"I had granulated eyelids and my
sight was very bad and I suffered day
and night with pains In my eyes and
Head. The Ophthalmologist cured me
in ten days." MISS ISON.
But for lack of space we would cite
hundreds of other testimonials.
DRS. MARTIN & MARTIN
Phone 194 (Jno. S. Martin's Residence)
236 S. Scraper Street i
duel not necessarily mean
a continual outlay o(
It mean nice dis-
crimination in buying.
You can keep your feet
well-dressed if you will
WALK IN WHITE HOUSE SHOES
they never look old and out of shape and with proper
care they retain their neatness fit and style as Ion
as they last and that is a long time.
The WHITE HOUSE Shoe correct on all occasion.
CALL FOK THEM AT
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