Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 311, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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The Time Has Arrived
When yon are preparing for the winter season
We are prepared to serve you with
the best and most complete line of
We earnestly solicit your business
in every thing in our line :: :: ::
Try a want ad.
Charley Monroe is here from Cleora.
C. S. Avery and family are here
f rom Tulsa.
Tom Byrd went to Joplin this morn-
ing on business.
.V. W. Ross of Uhelsea was a visitor
in the city today.
C. S. Avery is up from Tulsa today
looking after business interests.
The biggest crowd of the week at-
tended ttie carnival last night.
Cigirs tobacco box candies. Lige
Henderson's place Auditorium build-
Prosecuting Attorney Brady went to
Welch today on ofllclal business.
Headquarters for hot sodas. Lige
Henderson Auditorium building. 309
Attorney D. G. Elliott ol Chelsea
was here today on professional busi-
ness. 4T. D. Hill" Des Moines Iowa was
registered at the Cobb hotel this morn-
ing. Miss Etta Ervin and Miss Ida Towe
of Afton attended the carnival here
Nolan Woodall Bob Webb and J
G. English came up frjrn Big Cabin
The town people seem to be patron-
izing the Carnival liberally as great
crowds throng the grounds nightly.
Our city is what we make it. Let's
all work together with a view to mak-
ing Vinita the best town in Oklaho-
ma. Wewoka in lieu of something else
to do will have to have a resurrection
of her panther scare of this past sum-
mer. Ed Lee went to Pryor Creek today
to sell tickets for the big opening
show at the Auditorium Monday
A batch of "plain drunks" were
arraigned before Mayor Parks this
morning and each contributed his mite
to the city's coffers
J. S. Marks is here from the Light-
ning creek country to bid on some
decasedland that is to be sold here
today by Joe Manley
Now comes Crowder City with a
proposition to make the Canadian
navigable for gun boats the size of the
Nashville and Bennington.
The telegraphers strike is at an end
and several thousand men have been
out of employment for several months
and accomplished nothing.
TAKEN UP One red sow weight
about 100 pounds unmamed. Owner
can have same by proving hog and
paying for thiajnotlce. T.M.Buffington.
G. W. Hesser a farmer residing
near Glencoe 1. T. has a freak in the
form of a Siberian crab apple tree
which bore apples in the spring and
boded out again and is now loaded
with a second crop of apples.
The "hot air" man who brags and
boasts but never does anything is fast
losing favor it don't take the people
as long to spot him as it used to. The
man that goes quietly along and does
things i3 the man we like.
Articles of incorporation of the Pen-
ton Mining Co. were filed in the
clerk's offlce today. Most of the in-
corporators live In Vinita and the
company has made arrangements to
take over valuable zinc and lead leases
and mines near Richie Ma in the
Granby mining field. J. II. Parker is
president and W. E. Clapham secretary.
- - Stoves
Alex Webb is here from Adair.
Lee Barrett came in from the oil
Fred Gray was here from Chelsea
last evening seeing the carnival.
D. J. Beeman of Coffeyville. Kans.
is registered at the Green hotel.
Eugene Powell of Afton was here
last night attending the carnival.
Mrs. E. P. Ilammecker of Afton
was here yesterday afternoon shop-
ping. Just received. A fresh line of Getf-
ther's tine box candies. Lige Hender-
W. T. Wade and family E. M. Pro-
basco and wife are out fishing and
Malaria in the new state is now re-
stricted almost entirely to the banks
of the streams in the eastern part of
the new state.
Mr. and Mrs. Greening of Centralia
came in today and will leave this even-
ing for Webb City Mo. to visit Mrt
Mrs. C. S. Avery came up last night
from Tulsa and left this morning for
Joplin to join her two sons who are
visiting Mrs. Avery's sister at that
The Eufaula Chamber of Com
merce has announced that it will furn-
ish free of cost land for the location
of most any kind of a hard wood man-
ufacturing plant to work the abund-
ance of timber around that town.
B. W. Pulling manager of one of the
big coal companies operating at Hen-
rvetta. hasconverted a dwelling house
into a school house for the benefit of
the children of the employes who
work in the mines.
A false alarm was turned in to the
fire department last evening about 6
o'clock from the Green hotel. The
fire boys was there right now and al-
though it was only some dry goods
boxes back of the hotel it gave
the boys good practice. No harm was
Wide-awake farmers realizejthat the
quail is a great Insect destroyer and
crop protector. The quail is a bird
that is almost domesticated cn some
farms where hunting is never allowed.
It is as essential to cultivate and pro-
tect the quail as it is to plant crops.
C. S. A vary will go to Afton tomor-
row where he will meet Joseph D.
nownofSt. Louis in company with
some other capitalists who are look-
ing over some propositions which they
are interested in in the eastern part
of the territory.
George Ade's greatest success "'I he
County Chlrman" presentediby one cf
the largestand best companies will
be at the new Auditorium Monday
Nov. ii and theatre-goers can whet-
up their appetites for a brilliant feast.
The present season's production of
"The County Chairman" will be made
on an elaborate scale surpassing near-
ly all of the road attractions and ex
ceptionally fine company the;one that
enjoyed the long and splendid New
York run is being hauled around so as
to give the production the same mag-
nificent atmosphere as marked its run
In the largest cities of the north. In
all sixty people are being carried for
the production and this furnishes one
of the most remarkable parts as such
a dramatic company is not only the
exception but will surpass any in size
that will be seen on the road this sea
son. A musical comedy or operatic
company of sixty people Is consid-
ered a riant so stop and ponder just a
second about a dramatic company
that presents three scoreof well known
artists to the public.
W. P. Thompson went to Muhkogte
Jeff D. Sexton of Cleora is here to
day on business.
Mrs. John Chandler is vlltintr rela-
tives in Fairland.
Washington Dick mayor of Catale
is in town today.
T. It. Mock of Claremore is the
guest of Geo. It McCulloch and wife.
The Vinita football team will go to
Galena Sunday to play their return
II. M.Vance of Muskogee stopped
off here last nighc on his way to
Judge L. Parker left this morning
for J. O. Hall's ranch in Texas for a
Six Cherokee boys have been expell
ed from the Male seminary at Table-
quah because of riotous conduct.
Congressman J. S. Davenport went
to Fort Smith Ark. last night to
look after his farm.
Mrs B. F. Fortner returned last
evening to Springfleld after a visit
with relatives and friends here.
W. M. Roseborrough of Afton was
here today on his way from Muskogee
where he had been for three weeks on
Sam nazel who has been the guest
of J. S. Davenport for the past few
days returned to his home in Conall
111. last night. .
A card was received tills morning
from N. P. Johnson and Emmett Rea
at Pocatello Idaho dated Nov. 4 and
stated they would soon be at their
new home at Caldwell Idaho.
R. B. Garrett of Pryor Creek was
here yesterday in search of a span of
mules that had gotten loose from him
sometime ago. He found them at
Taylor Bros . livery where they had
been taken up.
ELECTRIC LIGHT CONSUMERS.
Owing to our gas pressur®ulator
becoming clogged w&kdve beefCunable
for several dayo get sufficient gas to
hold steam- for thz heavy evening load.
It has been necessary to throw off the
street liehtrfand at tines the rea dence
Circuit. We believe the clog has now
been found and remedied a nJhat
theri will be no fuiihertause for com-plaihtv-Vttf
VINITA ELECTRIC LIGHT and P. Co.
DR. W. BAILEY
& Elqctro Therapeutist
Offices No. &4Gateway Hotel
Offices Hours 9 a. m to 5 p. m.
Yiiuta - . T.
billof fare in
town at-tfiQ Sadr
die Rock Restau-
rant.? Will Devine.
ovi Know wh?.t hal
'means to you.
Why not pln now
where to pass thai sf.
on so try in; to many
Write for 'nfor.Tia
Hon about o r
Wint e r. T o ufg
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to California Arizona
New Mexico Mexico.
V . Texas.
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There it nothing Improves tha looki of a
bouse adds mora to iti beauty or commer-
cial valueoutlay considered than a Freab
New Coat of Faint. If you let MoCor A
utter the up-to-date Painters Paper
Hangera and Decorator! apply the brush
you yet the best. Try them.
OFFICE AND 5H0P IN
ON ILLINOIS AVENUE
We have some very fine FARMS
for sale cheap. Among them are:
50 acres 1-2 mile from' Vinita
200 acres 9 miles from Vinita
140 acres 3 miles from Vinita
130 acres 3 miles from Vinita
60 acres 2 1-2 miles from Vinita
And numerous others
Also a hitch lot with Rood patro-
nage and some nice city property.
HQ05IER REALTY CO.
II. I. HAAS. M. D.
Eye. Er Note. Throat
Om.-e Parlors o tho Cobb HoUl flrst and
third Monday and Tu?Ui of e!b month.
Ihye Office 506 Main Street
We've got it; We'll get it or it's not
in town. Pure Food Grocery Phone
L. P. Girrini guirautees at. leat
15 per cent lu milk; and cream by us-
ing cotton seed meal.-- Order it at
once and see what the results
Let the children see the
very attractive display
in our Illinois avenue
window. The prices
range from 85c to $2.98.
This is about half what
they formerly sold at.
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I N THE HOME ELECTRICITY has
1 Revolutionized the work greatly
lightening the labor of the Housekeeper.
She may have an Electric Fan near the
Ironing board with no fear of cooling
the iron. The current which keeps her
cool keeps the iron hot. She may work
away all day sitting down if she chooses
with.norjoumeying9.:to the hot stove
to change irons. One ironwill do it
all fromja lace collar to a damask ; table
cloth. A steadyr--even"heat and no
scorching of delicate fabrics with too
hot an implement. Ask for one on
trial We will do the rest-
Operating.Expense" 2c perlhour." "
Vinita Electric LigM
Ice & Power Go
Davis Mill Pres. J. E. BOfftnjtou
Vinita National Banit
Capital StocK 011O.OOO.OO
(Largest ir CheroHtt Hat'orj) '
Solicits YourlDeposits and Your.Loans j
I 'iave a full bbod Shorthorn buij.
also a full blood Jersey bull that will
mike the seasout the ..Jersey Dairy
or Fatton fajro.-' 12 00 In band will be
c harged for serv icee
2Ki-lru Geo. W. SSeigel.
Csrlr U. W. Buff Irxtton .-Pre. j
Cead our want column.
Tickets for the Jersey Pairy will be
on sale at U.o G-.U-i I!!e and Em-
pire Meat Market. Geo. W. Sei-
Mrs. J. S. Davenport went to Jo pi la
yesterday to do some shor-pinff.
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Hutchinson, W. J. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 311, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1907, newspaper, November 8, 1907; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775707/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.