Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 74, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 23, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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Safe Drinking Water
Safe and Sound
For The Children
D NORTHEASTERN 0
O K L A. H Q M A Hj
And well equipped in every way for
taking care of your account we cordially
invite you to become one of our deposit-
ors which guarantees to you the services
of a good strong bank.
While we are hot a Night and Day
bank yet an account in our Savings De-
partment will work for you every hour of
the day and night earning interest while
you sleep and the interest earn iuterest.
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO.
"PROGRESSIVE GUARANTEED BANK"
KLIN6EL FURNITURE COMPANY
Sole Agents for
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Globe
Wernicke Bookcases and
119 South Wilson Street.
E. M. HENDERSON
Undertaker Farneral Director
Phones: Office 129. Res. Black 494
DH. R. L. MITCHELL
Phones: Office 607 Residence Red 479
DR. F. L. HUGHSON
Physician and Sargeon
Phones 625 Residence 525 W. Delaware
Office Over Wimer Drag Store
DR. F. L. MARNEY
Office Webb Bros. Livery
Phone 143 Vinita OKU
MRS. W. B. CRAWFORD
Singing and Piano Lessons
Pupil of William Sherwood Piano
and Vernon d'Arnalle Singing
Dr. Louis Bagby
Dr. C. S. Neer !
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i Office 101
HDQ RAARV & NEER
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Office in First Nat.onal2BankJBui.ding
For best grades of Permanent
F O WLER
East of Railroad Crossing
MRS. JESSIE BALLARD
TELEPHONE NO. 101
P. 0 MM AND NEWS STORE
F. G. COWAN
PHONES 158 AND M
o LOCAL AND PERSONAL
O THE WEATHER O'
O Tonight and Wednesday un- O
6 settled. O i
Seth Cope went to Sequoyah this
L. W. Dugger was In town today
Riley Thompson is here from Big
W. A. Ogden of Afton Is in the city
Samuel Chatterton Is in town today
from Big Cabin.
Judge Preston S. Davte went to
Pryor this morning.
A large house attended the show at
the Grand last night.
B. G. Melay Is a guest at the Vinita
hotel from Pittsburg.
J. F. Smith and wife were in town
yesterday from Wagoner.
LOST Credential book No. 34694.
Leave at Chieftain office. Iwpd
Mrs. W. H. Dobbins visited in this
city overnight from Bluejacket.
Mrs. Mollie Tiger and daughter
went to White Oak this morning.
Robly Evans left this morning for a
visit with relatives in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Patten returned
this morning from a visit in Indiana.
The Presbyterian Missionary Society
held a meeting at Mrs. Garrison's this
A marriage license was issued yes-
terday afternoon to Mr. Jesse Herod
age IS and Miss Marie Reiter. age 17
both of Vinita.
Miss Lueije Riddle will return to
morrow from Cherryvale Kans.
where she has been visiting friends
the past few weeks.
Mr. Lee Petty and Miss Billie Robe
are here from Henryetta visiting Mrs.
Hattie Ruffner. Mrs. Ruffner and
Miss Robe will go to Henryetta tomor-
row. Miss Dena Martin has accepted a
position as teacher of the second and
third grades in the Centralia schools.
Miss Martin is a graduate of the Vi-
nita high school in the class of '11.
Prof. W. G. Masterson is in Chi-
cago at school. He will return to this
city about the middle of August. The
Vinita school opens Monday. Septem-
The watermelon crop this year will
be good the fanners say. The home
grown ones are ripening quick and
will be large red and juicy. They will
be for sale on the Vinita streets within
a few days.
Muskogee. Okla. 23. Pony Starr
will soon be keeping company with
his old friend and companion.. Bob
Davis at McAlester where Bob is do-
ing time for cattle stealing. Davis
and Starr were convicted about the
same time and both appealed from the
district to the supreme court. A new
trial was denied Davis last month and
he was taken to the penitentiary in
June. On Saturday the criminal court
of appeals denied Starr a new trial and
he must now serve a one-year sen-
tence. In passing on the case Judge
Furman again expounded the doctrine
of harmless error which is to the ef-
fect that error which is not pre-judi-cial
to a defendant is not sufficient
grounds for a new trial. Starr ex-
pected the supreme court to decide
against him and is ready to go to the
pen when the mandate arrives.
If Yon Need Money
To carry on your farm work or ;
make improvements let us makej
you a Farm Loan. We have the l
Best Loan Contract in
Don't take our word for it. Our I
satisfied customers will
PARKER-WISE I. GO
With Farmers State Sank
BASEBALL RESULTS YESTERDAY.
At Kansas City R. II. E.
Toledo .... 030 020 000 T. ! !
Kansas City . . 109 110 000 3 T 0
Batteries: George and Land; Wml-
dox Gallia. Dessau and O'Conner.
At Milwaukee R. H. E.
Columbus ... 014 001 101 8 93
Milwaukee ... 000 030 100 4 9 2
Batteries: Packard and Smith;
Dougherty and Hughes.
At St. Paul R. H. E.
Indianapolis . . 000 010 200 3 3 1
St. Paul .... 100 210 00 4 7 3
Batteries: Robertson and Clarke;
LaRoy and 'Murray.
Louisville at Minneapolis Post-
At Cincinnati R. H. E.
New York ... 000 000 202 4 12 2
Cincinnati ... 000 000 001 I 8 2
Batteries: Mathewson and Meyers;
Suggs and McLean.
Brooklyn . .
Chicago . . .
R. H. E.
. 010 000 200 3 10 1
. 010 023 22 .0 14 2
Barger and Miller;
Richie and Needham.
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Boston 000 000 000 0 6 1
Pittsburg . . . 001 001 00 2 9 1
Batteries: Brown and Rariden;
Camnitz and Gibson.
At Sr. Louis R. H. h
Philadelphia . . 000 040 200 6 10 0
St. Louis ... 000 200 000 2 12 1
Batteries: Brennan and Killifer;
Dale and Bresnahan.
At New York R. H. E.
Chicago ..... 012 200 000 3 4 6
New York ... 412 0C1 05 13 13 1
Batteries: Peters and Kuhi; Fisher
At Boston R. H. E
Cleveland ... 000 200 010 3 9 4
Boston 300 311 00 8 11 2
Batteries: Krause Baskette and
O'Neill; O'Brien and Carrigan.
At Washington R. H Is
Detroit .... 000 000 201 3 7 1
Washington . . 020 300 00 5 14 2
Batteries: Works and Stanage;
Johnson and Ainsmith.
R. H. E
St. Louis .
000 110 200 4 7 0
303 103 41 15 15 1
Houck and Lapp.
Notice Delinquent Taxes.
Vinita Okla. July 16 1912.
The County Treasurer has placed in
cany hands for collection all 1911
delinquent personal taxes. AH parties
wing such taxes can save sheriff's
costs by calling at my office on or be-
fore' August 10th 1912. After that
dat costs of collection must be added
H. E. RIDENHOUR.
6t Sheriff Craig County.
10c a Week
3 Months for $1
THE BELL BOY CO.
. . PRESENTS . .
SPECIAL MATINEE SAT. 2:30
Adults 25c Children lOc
jCefiemdo Ihe worrying
All you have to do is to see
that your ticket reads via
to Kansas City
or St. Louis
"Get the habit of going via The Katy"
Light L iveiy & Board-
At Gray'f Old Stjnd
FUYD & COUCH
FOR RENT Two resident rooms
and barn. Fowier.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
An examination for cicr and car-
rier will be held at the poat-offlce In
this city on. August 10 1912.
Age limit. IS to 4y years on the date
of the examination.
Married women will not be admitted
to the examination. This prohibition
however does not apply to women
who are divorced or those who are
separated from their husbands and
support themselves but they are
eligible for appointment only an clerk.
Applicants uust be physically sound
and male applicants must be not less
than 5 feet 4 inches in heighth with-
out boots or shoes and weigh not less
than 125 pounds without overcoat or
For application blanks and for full
information relative to the examina-
tion qualifications duties salaries va-
cations promotions etc. address im-
mediately CHAS. W. YORK
Secretary. Board of Civil Service-
Examiner. Poet-office Vinita Okla.
chipped ice peril it keeps your
anuainj waier cooi sweet ana sate la a porcelain-lined
"built in" cooler that opens only at the
top and lancet
No food odors no impurities can get in.
Oar patent BOTTLE HOLDER ATTACHMENT enables
large bottles of spring Mater to be turned directly
into the cooler as shown in the picture.
Take no chances with typhoid or other diseases.
Have safe cool water and better preserved food
with an Anto-natic Refrigerator. Comm and ft.
Main Floor 35c
in the House
E. A. STUBBLEFIELO O. M. D.
Rates Reasonable Examination Frtt
Ai; Operations Made as Painless aa
Possible and All Work Guaranteed
omnoform used for Painless Extraction
OFFICE: ROOM 9 8COTT BUILDING
DR. A. W. HEREON
Physician and Surgeon
Utiles in Barrett Building 108ft SoutJa
Office Phone 2S3 Residence Phone 18S
Residence 223 South Adair Street
THEO. D B. FREAR
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law
Rooms 1 and 2. Cherokee Building
DR. H. H. WYNNE
Occalist Oklahoma City
Practice limited to Eye Ear Nose
and Throat. Glasses Fitted. Vinit
first Tuesday of each month. Of-
fice locally or phone Dr. R. L.
Mitchell No. 607.
FOR SALE A desirable residence
lot In the Knight Addition at a bar-
gain if taken soon. Apply at Chieftain
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