Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 287, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 13, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Webb Land salesman for the Dor-
sey Printing company was calling on
business men today.
Tonight fair and colder; Sun-
day fair and warmer.
Ixcal observations for day
preceeding furnished by C. K.
Maximum temperature 46 dogs
Minimum temperature 37 deg;(
Temperature at 7 p. m. 3S aVgs
Wind direction north.
The literary society of high school
gave a very pleasing program yester-
day afternoon. They also held a busi-
ness session and elected officers.
(Go M IBMinid.
Miss Kninia Gatewood and Miss
Nichols came up from Pryor Creek
this morning for a few days visit.
at tiiis 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 filO
$12 or $15 and take a suit just because the salesman says it's
cheap at the price etc.
0PJV 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
A most enjoyable masquerade party
was given at the home of Miss Mollie
Housley last evening. The evening
was spent in playing games. Refresh
ments were served and all report a
very pleasant time.
John Gunter yesterday sold 10
acres adjoining the city limits on the
south to A. J. Williams who will
plat it and place it on sale. The sale
was made through the Cherokee In-
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Mrs. Tom Sheehan is sick.
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e 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. "y.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
if THE CHEROKEE NATIONAL BANK
OF VINITA UKLAtlUvm
As Rendered to the Comptroller
Loans and Discounts-. . $63753.53
Overdrafts 719 .60
Bonds and Securities... 2375.78
U. S. Bonds 6250.00
Five Per Cent Fund. . . . 1 2.50
' 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
9 lUU.4liU.1iP a
SPECIAL on RUGS
A 27x61 in. Axminster Rug On
SPECIAL SALE AT 2.35.
25 Different Patterns to Select From.
VI - i
Spring Opening Monday and
Tuesday March 15 and 16th
We are Headquarters for all Firms of Millinery
Merchandise. The Creative Source of American
Styles in Hats for Ladies' Misses and Children's
BifiLE HUB CO.
W oodall Co
Fresh and Cured Meats
We Handle Both Kansas City
and Home Aleats
Setitfactiom Guaranteed 0"fc Dtlivtry
(ieorge Tyner of Miles is here today.
V. A. Chase Is a visitor ht're from
Charles Sutton spent the day in
Miss uicile Hunt is visiting friends
John Veits is transacting business
in the city.
J. A. Spooner was here from Par-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Young went to
Judge E. H. Ming returned to Mis-
J. M. Green of Muskogee is here
Mrs. George Franklin came in from
Miss Carrie Tyner of Miles was a
visitor here today.
Bert Erwin of Enid is spending a
tew days in the city.
Dr. G. E. Miller was a visitor here
today from White Oak.
Miss Marie Arter went to Tulsa to-
day for a few days visit.
F. A. White of Oswego was among
vie visitors here today.
L. S. Oallis sheriff of Mayes county
was here today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. 15. B. Botts of Cin-
einatti are visitors in the .city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Drake return-
ed today from a visit in Kansas.
John R. Campbell returned last
night from a business trip to Hugo.
Ufra. li'' ' H. Rradv went to Welch
toclpp jwflere she will visit friends.
y!iss Eldee Starr left last evening
for a few days visit jit Bartlesville.
Mrs. C. L. Harnage of 'lalala is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hunt.
J. K Charlesworth has returned
from a Visit with friends in Illinois.
Dr. W. B. Crawford made a pro-
fessional visit to Pryor Creek today.
E. M. ProbascOvfeturned last night
from Wyandott'4 where he has been
A. C. Gould a real estate man from
Bluejacket was here touay transact
Miss Byrd Dameron went to Afton
this morning tor a few days visit
Miss Alma Martin came in from
Welch last night to stay over Sunday
Mrs. W. M. Campbell came from
Seneca this morning to visit her sis
ter Mrs. Joseph Gill.
Mares to trade for mules or driv
ing horses at Gray's Mule Barn on
iorth Wilson street.
Davis Hill Dr. E. B. Frayser and
Li. W. Buffington returned last night
from a business trip to Tulsa.
W. R. McNeal special agent for the
Columbia Insurance company was
transacting business here today.
Homer Melton who has been here
this week serving as a juror in the
federal court returned to Afton to
Miss Nettie Duncan and Miss Nora
Armstrong will go to South McAlester
this evening for a visit with Mrs.
C. C. Abell and Louis H. Gould
comprising the firm of Abell & Gould
importers and raisers of fine stallions
and jacks arrived from Chillicothe
Mo. today with a car of fine stock
wnich they are offering for sale at
-viray s mule cars.
IN THE CHURCHES.
Bible school 9: 45 a. ni.
Preaching 10:00 a. m.
Jhnior C. E. 2:30 p. m.
Reading 7:30 p. in.
Choir practice Friday at
Morning topic: "The Sin
Evening topic: "The Change
Good music at each service. A cor-
dial invitation to all.
A. J. WILLIAMS Pastor.
Subject for morning: "According to
Thy Faith." A Lenton suggestion.
Evening: "Song of Traise The
Shadow of a Rock in a Weary Land."
A cordial invitation to all. Mr.
Davidson and chorus choir will r"-
vide good music.
REV. J. E. PERSUING Pastor.
First Baptist Church.
Sunday at 11:00 a. in. subject "The
11:00 a. m. Subject: "Pilate's
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.
7:45 p. m. Evangelistic service.
Special meetings every evening dur-
ing the week at 7:45. A very cordial
invitation is extended to all.
ROIVT. J. CHURCH Pastor.
Mass and sermon at 10:30 a. ni. on
the first second and fourth Sundays
of each month.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barrett Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Iee Barrett gave a
most delightful dancing party to a
number of their friends last evening.
Music was furnished by the Gibbs
Orchestra of Wichita. Delicious ' re-
freshments were served and a most
enjoyable evening spent by all pre-
sent. ihose in attendance were Mr. and
Mrs. L. f. Parker Mesdames John
Thomason E. B. Frayser Sam Zeno
Lucian Buffington J. W. Duncan
Boyd Hamilton Misses Anna Stapler
Maita Stevens Gertrude Nidlffer Bes-
sie Chouteau Mabel Bagby Carrie
Stevens Effle Frink Sallie Van De-
venter Josephine Barker Pauline
Kelley Eva Halsell Nell Smith Ber-
tha Thomason. Messrs. Fred Ratcllff
Tom Walker Harry Lumpkin Joe
Hunt Harry Mitchell Tod Lindsay
Edgar Buffington Carl Croninger
Arthur Rodman and Harry Bagby.
: wdo by a
.ir of the Royal
- .. 1 . c-i i l '.' '( r writing with
. i. - ;! iT ;.i !.a ;e been broken
.; iv ; i ..;c:. A specimen of Its
.oi::: fit tr" '.:! 's prayer of 227 let-
urs. wii' c:i In the 1.237000 of a
square Inch which Is at the rate ot
53S8000:) letters or 15 complete
Bibles to a single square inch. To
decipher the writing It Is necessary to
use a 1-12-lnch objective which Is the
high power lens physicians employ for
studying the most minute bacteria.
Archery by Mail.
Playing chess by cable Is a thor-
oughly familiar feature of that game
In this part of the world but playing
active outdoor match games by mall
Is a new thing In the way of sporting
contests. Out in Atchison Kan.
there Is an archery club that recent-
ly played a match game with the Chi-
cago Archery club by mail each team
shooting on its own grounds and mail-
ing the scores to their oppgnenta on
the following day. And they found It
eliciting ai that.
Bought Crusoe's Firelock.
Hulda B. White of Philadelphia has
purchased the firelock used by Al-
exander Selkirk. Defoe's original Rob-
inson Crusoe on the Island of Juan
Fernandez at a sale in Edinburgh.
The relic has an authentic pedigree
and for a long time was la the pos-
session of Selkirk's relatives In Fife-
shire Scotland. The price paid for
(be gun was $160.
Paint Indicates Danger.
A paint Is soon to be placed on the
market to Indicate excesalTfi heat In
machine parts. Red when cool. It be
comes black when heated. Mercuric
Iodide and cuplc oxide are two ot the
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Introducing a couple of tke new Spring Stylesof Sterling Tailor
Made Clothing just received. Prices: $10 to $20
The Golden Rule
WATCH OUR PYRAMID CROW
Oct. a l!t()7
Feb. 1 I!M)rt
My 14 1908
Hppt. MS. liOS
November 'it 1WIM
Feb 8 1U0H
A v I Call statement
We call your attention to our growth of 50000 during the past year. This
shows the popularity of the Guaranty Law. Deposit your money in the
INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO.
Remember the Figures" 0100000.00 . "Deposits Guaranteed"
Fine and Complicated Watch
Repairing a Specialty
123 South Wilson- Street
WE QUIT BUSINESS!!
Everything! in the Store Will
Be Sold at Cost and Less
Ml y i
A Complete Stock has just arrived. We can sell
you the best hose made on earth
L. D. DALQUEST
The Value of the Telephone
It is not the circuit of wire that connects your
instrument with the exchange which makes it
the most indesdensable thing in modern life.
It's the thousands of voicesat 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
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 287, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 13, 1909, newspaper, March 13, 1909; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775839/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.