Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 235, Ed. 1 Friday, January 31, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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01 the Directors and Officers of this
:iank is to establish a reputation for
safety and conservatism and to accept
pt proposition involving a risk in
Vrder to make an extensive showing.
Never losing sight of the fact that
bey are trustees of a sacred trust and
aways ready to give an account of
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO.
"PROGRESSIVE GUARANTEED BANK""
KLIN6EL FURNITURE COMPANY
Sole Agents for
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Globe
Wernicke Bookcases and
119 South Wilson Street.
MORNING'S QSH GROCERY
Prancy Bulk Kraut lb 4c
Turnips peck . . . 15c
Red Onions lb. . j 22c
Karo Red Syrup gt 36c
Karo Red Syrup Ji gal 18c
Karo White Syrup" i gal 22c
Fancy Prunes 'i 1 25c
Xlon Apricots . 40c
1 lb. Calumet Bakiit Powder 22c
Choice Kvaporated Aricots 14c
Very Fanciest Orartes 35c
$ $ $ $ $ $
115 E. ll.Ave.
BEST IN TIE CITY "
Short Orders Specialty
Special Dinne Sundays
DR. H H. tYNNE
Oculist Oklakna City
Practice limited to E Ear Nose
kind Throat. Glasses Med. Vinita
Brst Saturday afterfirst Monday
if each month. Offic either Phys-
Dan locally or nho? Dr. R. I..
Litchell No. 607.
IT he old Baying f
fighting The DeU
ith Fire" ha ben
Polished in the ci.
xey fight God te
levil and fello-
tan with M-o-n-e'.
H. B. Koch
kND THEATRE TLS. FEB.
A Fulljne of all the Latest Periodicals.
If ju want to subscribe to any
j Magazine phone 763
st Offce Cigar Store
SLAfcR McClURH Proprietor
there is a
different lines of
that we carrv
PHONES 158 AND 186
F. G. COWAN
rn NORTHEASTERN MOMFY
O Weather Forecast. O
O Tonight and Saturday fair; O
O Colder Saturday. O
o LOCAL AND PERSONAL o
Try Whitney's restaurant. tf
Furnished rooms. Fowler. St
Home-made Jelly. Peoples Grocery.
C. C. Long returned last night from
Olive Oil by the gallon. Peoples
0. C. Roberts was a visitor in this
city today' from Welch.
Morrell's Hams and Bacon the best.
Mrs. T. A. Dodd left this morning
for a visit in Muskogee.
Club House Sifted Peas have no
equal. Peoples Grocery.
Rev. W. H. Roper returned last
evening from Muskogee.
C. C. Caldwell was at Welch yester-
day afternoon on business.
Miss Susan Smart returned this aft-
ernoon from a visit in Arkansas.
T. B. Sheehan has returned from at
tending the district court in Miami.
E. D. Newman returned yesterday
afternoon from a business visit in Big
Mrs. W. E. Halsell and daughters
sail tomorrow for Europe and a trip
George Trout Clyde Shepard and
Mog. Wright were among the visitors
up today from Big Cabin.
Chas. Berry returned to Pittsburg
Kans. yesterday afternoon after a
day's business visit in this city.
George W. Dickson and Jack Mills
were wandering around the Vinita
streets this afternoon from Welch.
Mrs. Talmage underwent an opera-
tion for appendicitis at McAlester
this week and is getting along nicely.
There will be a pie supper at the
Eureka school house on Friday even-
ing February 1. Everybody invited.
A number of Vinita Masons have re-
turned from McAlester where they
have been art ending a meeting of the
Miss Gertie Nidiffer was among the
arrivals last evening from the west
returning from a visit with friends in
Rev. W. 11. Talmage was made a
life member of the Consistory at Mc
Alester this week complimentary of
his services to the order.
Dr. H. H Wynne eye ear nos-e and
throat. Glasses fitted. In Vinita on
Saturday Feb. S. Inquire at the office
of Dr. Stougli or Dr. Mitchell.
J. 0. Starr returned last evening
from Claremore and last night was
the guest of Mr. Stevens at the ban-
quet given to the high school boys.
Shorty Monagan and Chas. Parks
were fined ten. dollars by Judge H. M.
Williams in police court yesterday aft-
ernoon on a c harge of being drunk.
The Vinita high school boys basket-
ball team left on the noon train for
Chelsea where they play the alumni
team of the Chels-aa high school to-
night. Ed Baker and Marion Lewelyen
wefff in this afternoon from Pensacola.
They report. th beginning of work
yesterday on the new M. O. & G.
bridge over Grand river.
John F. O'Neil of Vinita Okla. is
now with the James Shoe shop. Mr.
O'Neil is a former Jackson man and
welcome him back to our town. -
Jackson Tenn. Labor Press.
STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS NOTES
The Ilrst aeriK'i
cur tne week beginning reoruary .
The students are now the busiest they
have been this year in preparation for
the coming tests. The second seim
ter's work will be begun at the Hose
of examination week in prder tnat
there will be no waste of time : e'.weeii
I tne two sessions. ne two dollar line
for late enrollment will be enlorc d
! after February 8.
Manager Chester Morga oi the i;ni-
I versity banc-bill team if no . tpafcfog
(out the 1913 schedule for th.j Sooners.
He has arranged for several good t-ni-I
versity and college teams In play v
Norman and will take the team on a
'northern trip through Kans.i-; lis-
isouri and northern Oklahoma the laf
ter part of the season.
I The senior claps has arrarued I t
; stage the popular comedy "Captain
lirassbound's Conversion." Those who
will play the important parts are Rob-
ert Keenan Robert Jackson Miss Wil-
liams B. A. Carside Edgar Fielding
and M. W. Pearl. The play will prob-
ably be given the second week of the
Judge J. A. Baker of Ada.. Okla. a
member of the constitutional conven-
tion and one of the most prorniu BBt
practitioners of the state addressed
the law students Thursday on "The
Reform and Procedure."
The mild weather the past week Ins
caused many of the track aspirtants
to practice on the cinder path on Boyd
Field. The number of new traek men
will materially strengthen the team
The Sooner basketball team defeated
the team from the central normal
Tuesday night and the aggregation
from the Oklahoma A. & M. on Friday
The big Pearson Oil Syndicate of
Mexico which has headquarters at
(Tampico now has several Oklahoma
university geologists in its employ.
They are well liked by the big English
concern and more like them are want-
ed dally. The latest Oklahonwn to
accept the call for Sooners was Roy
I Hazeltine of Norman who went to
I Mexico a short time ago. He will be
the assistant of Mr. Everett DeGoyer
the Oklahomau who discovered the
largest oil well In the world. He iB
now in charge of all the field work of
I the large concern.
' The Y. M. C. A. gosptl team under
jthe direction of Secretary McClelland
will visit Purcell Okla. February 7
i8 and 9 where it will work among the
young men of that place.
Judging from the large number of
inquiries which have been made con-
cerning the school of pharmacy at the
university Dean Stocking thinks the
second hemester will bring an in-
creased enrollment to the school.
V. E. Monnet who has been acting
as assistant in the department of geol-
ogy at the university of Michigan this
year has recently accepted a flatter-
ing offer to do geology work in Ven
ezuela for the big asphalt concern of
that place. Mr. Monnet graduated
from the university of Oklahoma last
year and took geology as his major.
The Pharmaceutical Era for the
month of January contains a picture
of Dean Stocking of the school of
pharmacy at the university of Okla-
homa. An accompanying article of
some length describes the rapid
growth of the Oklahoma school under
the popular direction of its present
Prof. B. F. Tanner debating coach
of the university represented the ora-
torical council of the institution at a
meeting of representatives of the var-
ious schools of college rank of the
state at Guthrie Friday January 31.
The purpose of the meeting was to
arrange if possible a state oratorical
league for Oklahoma and seek affilia-
tion with the older stater in the Inter-
State Oratorical Association. If pos-
sible the organization will be formed
this year and a state contest will be
held in order that Oklahoma may he
represented In t lie larger meet.
Arrangements have been made
whereby the students of the hiih
schools of the state will contest in
music at the interscholastic track and
leld meet which is to be held in Nor-
man April 25 and 26 under the aus-
pices of the university. The prizes
will consist of free scholarships in the
school of fine arts and will cover all
fees for instruction. There will be
three features of the contest piano
voice and violin. The first prize will
be valued at I72.U0; second will bo
worth ?3G.O0; and the third prize will
be worth $ls.oo. There will be nine
prizes in all.
Hunter's Cream Fiour makes the
best bread. Peoples Grocery.
LADIES There will be a hair dem-
onstration given in Vinita in February.
A fine line of hair goods of fine quality
that will not change color. Combings
made up into large handsome pieces;
old fashioned hand pickings fine
strong weaving. Combings also pur-
chased. Date and location in later
notice. MRS. R. O. NORTH.
Chase & Sauborn Code'
O MISCELLANEOUS ADS. O
Fancy Ingrain Apples 25c per peck.
FOR SALE New well built strict
ly' modern five-room bungalow. In
quire at Chieftain office
Fancy Ingrain Applo?. 2!c per peck.
FOR RI3NT tine room and one 3
roinn bouse with gas and water. North
Wilson. ('. J. Newman.
Fancy Ingrain Apples 2oc per peck.
Automobiles for Sale.
Two a.itoinobiles for salo cheap or
will trade. What have you? M. B.
rR A W HERRON
Phusician and Surgeon
Office in Barrett Building 108 Sout
Offlce Phone 263 Residence Phone 18
Residence 223 South Adair Street
C. 0. D GROCERY
Still Leads in Prices Quality and Service
20 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
Good Flour per 100 lbs $2.00
Best Flour per 100 lbs $2.25
Potatoes per pk 18c
Potatoes per . bu 35c
Potatoes per bu 70c
Red Globe Onions per pk 25c
Red Globe Onions per bu 90c
Ben Davis Apples per pk 25c
Eating Apples per pk 35c
Arbuckles Coffee per lb 25c
30c Bulk Coffee per lb. 23c
35c Bulk Coffee ped lb 27c
Interstate Coffee per lb 27c
Manor House Coffee per lb 40e
Iowa Sweet Corn per can 7c
No. 3 Tomatoes per can 9c
Gal. Can Pitted Cherries 90c
Gal. Can Apricots 38c
Gal Can Peaches 38c
Gal. Can Apples 20c
Gal. Can Gooseberries 60c
Gal. Can Raspberries 60c
Gal. Can Blackberries 50c
Gal. Bucket Jelly 60c
No. 3 Blue Banner Table Peaches. 10c
No. 3 Blue Banner Apricots 15c
No. 3 Carnation Peaches per can. .20c
No. 3 Carnation Pears per can 20c
No. 3 F. F. O. G. Peaches per can 25c
No. 3 F. F. O. 0. Apricots 25c
Phones 118 and 119
PEARL DRY GOODS 8 GRO. GO.
100 lbs. Good Flour $2.00
100 lbs. Red Star Flour $2.45
20 lbs. Sugar $1.00
3 lb. Can Carnation Tomatoes. .. 10c
10 lbs. White Ribbon Compound
Pure Leaf Lard 1 lb 14c
Standard Corn per can 7c
15e Can Table Peaches 10c
10c Can Pie Peaches 72c
8 Bars Silk Soap... 25c
7 Bars White Soap 25c
3 lbs. Bulk Kraut 10c
8 pkg. Washing Powder 10c
We have a new line of Dry Goods
Shoes and Slippers.
Can supply your wants in Dry
Goods Shoes and Groceries.
WE WANT YOUR PRODUCE
THE0. D 8. FRJFAK
Attorney and Oounselor-at-Law
Rooms 1 and I. Cherokee Building
Vinita Undertaker Co.
Day and Night Calls Answered
I C. CHADWICK Mgr. Phone 243
A call will be appreciated
DR. F. L. HUGHSOIN
Physician and Surgeon
Phones C25 Residence 525 W. Delaware
Office Over Wimer Drug Store
E. A. 8TUBBLEFIELD D. M. D.
Hates Reasonable Examination Fro
IV. Operations Made as Painless at
Possible and All Work Guarantee
omnoforin used for Painless Gxtractloi
OFFICE: ROOM 9. SCOTT BUILDINC
DR. R. L. MITCHELL
Phon.-: Office 607 Residence Red 479
KUDLEY & BARKER
VA7L4 HOTEL BARBER SHOP
East Illinois Avenue
The country man is
not more honest than
the city man; it is be-
cause he lacks oppor-
tunity. "Tho Cit"
. B. Koch
GtAND THEATRE TUE8. FEB. 11.
No. 3 F. F. O. G. Pears per can... 25c
No. 2 Gooseberries per can 11c
No. 2 Raspberries per can 11c
No. 2 Blackberries per can 11c
No. 2 String Beans per can 8c
No. 2 Altoona Peas per can. 9c
3 Boxes Sardines iOc
3 Packages Ideal Toothpicks 10c
i Packages Searchlight Matches.. Qs
3 Bars Silk Soap 10c
All White Soaps per bar 4e 7 for. .28c
Pure Leaf Lard per lb 14c
White Ribbon Lard per lb 10c
Best Breakfast Bacon per lb 25c
Sweet Pickle Bacon per lb 18c
Best Smoked Bacon per lb 16c
Quart Bottle Appk Vinegar 9c
Apple Vinegar per gal 28c
Frame Honey per frame 18c
Frame Honey 2 frames 35c
5 lb. Bucket Home Honey 90c
English Walnuts per lb 20c
Almonds per lb 20c
Pecans per lb 10c
25c lb. Sack Salt 18c
50 lb. Sack Salt 35c
Salt per barrel $1.65
Mill Run Bran 100 lbs $1.15
Alfalfa Molasses Feed $1.25
Alfalfa Meal $1.25
Alfalfa Horse Feed $1.50
South Wilson Street
Her Father's Hat The Mam-
moth Life Savers Vitagraph.
The Chief's Blanket-Biograph
Tlie Voice of Warning Selig
Pathe Weekly Monday
Matinee at 2 O'clock
Night Show Opens at 6
Admission 5 & 10c
We have unlimited funds to loan on
choice Farm Lands at low rate of
Best Contract and Payment Privilege
SEE US BEFORE BORROWING
With Farmers State Bank.
R. . MOSS
I '.rl A . . - . Til n. .
""hii rvcuuu ""U luompson street
Phone 521 and 461
Dr. Louis Bagby DrJC. S. Neer
I OfBte 101
) 1 . 463
DRS. BAGBY & INEERfj
Gffie in 'Fitst 'Netifral Frrk Ptildin
DR. F. L. MARNEY
Office City Livery
Phone 185 Vinita OKU
JAMES S. DAVENPORT
Office Rooms 9 t 10 New Halsell Bldr
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING
294 W. iUimois Phone 773
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 235, Ed. 1 Friday, January 31, 1913, newspaper, January 31, 1913; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775278/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.