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Oi the Directors and Officers ot this bank is to establish a reputation for safety and conservatism, and to accept no proposition involving a risk in order to make an extensive showing. Never losing sight ot the fact that they are trustees of a sacred trust, and always ready to give an account of their stewardship. INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO. Capital 9100,000 "PROGRESSIVE GUARANTEED BANK" KLIN6EL FURNITURE COMPANY Sole Agents for Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Globe Wernicke Bookcases and Sealy Mattresses 119 South Wilson Street. '5 CASH GROCERY PHONE 373 White Wax Onions, lb 2c Yellow Sweet Potatoes, peek 30c Toy Oats 8c Fancy Burbank Potatoes, bu 75c Fancy Uurbank Potatoes, peck... 20c Russell's Bread .10c Hananas, dozen 20c Cvaporated Muir Peaches 8 1-3c 3 Crown Raisins 8c Country Sorguui, gal 50c Fancy Head Rice 72c Star Tobacco 45c Horse Shoe Tobacco 43c Granger Twist, f for 25c & ft USE. 111. Ave. ' BEST IN THE CITY " Meals 25c Short Orders a Specialty 'Specia. Dinner Sundays MRS. W. B. CRAWFORD Singing and Piano Lessom Pupil of William Sherwood, Piano and,Vernon d'Arnalle, Singing jBarrett-Buffington Building Phone 295. GROTTO CAFE For Magazine Subscriptions Phone 763 ost Office Every Saturday there is a demonstration on different lines of GOOD THINGS TO EAT that we carry stock in Fresh Fruits GROCER PHONES 158 AND 186 Cigar Store F. 6. COWAN a D NORTHEASTERN MQrWY f OKLAHOMA! iiUl --IN- - NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA boeea My OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC O O Weather Forecast. O Tonight warmer with rain. O Sunday eolder. 0 ooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooo o o o LOCAL AND PERSONAL o o ooooooooooooooooo Try Whitney s restaurant. tf S. L. Smith came up from Tulsa last evening. B. C. Rose went to Bluejacket this morning. Wm. Pittsberger was in town last night from Chelsea. Miss Margaret Hull came up this morning from Big Cabin. R. E. Lee was among the arrivals from Adair this morning. Jim Webb returned last evening from a visit at Chandler, Okla. Mrs. H. W. C. Shelton returned to day noon from a visit in Afton. Seymore Riddle returned last even ing from a business visit in Tulsa. Walter Dunlap arrived on the noon train today from Siloam Springs, Ark. A. J. Williams left last night for a business visit at points in Kentucky. Ed. Thompson went to Welch this morning where he is doing some ad vertising. Dr. Nolen went to Pryor this morn ing and will sell fruit trees there for a few days. Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Cantield are visiting at Guthrie, the guests of Mrs. A. L. Evans. W. P. Thompson returned this morn ing from a business visit at points east of here. Mrs. Harry' Fisher came down this noon from Seneca. She will return to that city this evening. Mrs. II. R. Warner and child will return tomorrow from a visit with rel atives at Walnut Ridge, Ark. Mrs. Fred L. Kelly and family are moving into their splendid new resi dence on South Smith street. James S. Davenport will leave this evening for Arkansas to attend the funeral of Senator Jeff , Davis. Mrs. Oliver Bagby and daughter, Miss Mabl?, went to Parsons this morning for a visit with friends. George Ashby returned to Chetopa this morning where he is doing some bridge work near Russell Creek. A number of the high school stu dents and their friends enjoyed a dame at the Social Club rooms last evening. Misses Norville Ratcliff and Sadie Thompson went to Parsons, Kans.. this morning for a day"s visit with Mrs. T. A. Dodd. W. H. Denoyer was in this city to day from White Oak in the interest of a home talent play to be given out there soon. Miss Neal. the teacher oi lr; i and German in the Xeosho high school was here yesterday and visif.3)i in the Vinlta schools. Ross Harris and Dowling Stough ex pect, to leave tomorrow for Fayette vilte, Ark., where they will attend the university of that state. Mrs. O. L. Conner returned last night from a ten days visit in Mayes ville. Ark., where she was called by the illness and death of her mother. Miss Dorothy Davenport will go to Springfield, Mo., tomorrow evening where she will attend the Drury col lege for the remainder of the school year. Robert Hill left this morning for Norman where he will attend the state university. James Hill will return to his studies nt that institution tomor row. Misses Anna McDaniel and Et ' Green came up from Big Cabin this morninc. where they are teachers in the schools, to spend the week end at home. Most of the business houses here have cards in their windows today an nouncing that they will be closed Mon day afternoon between the hours of 1:30 and 4:00 o'clock to attend the good roads meeting. This movement is being strongly boosted and a large crowd will probably be i'i attendance The Vinita Boy Scouts in charge of Scout Master C. C. Burger made a hike to the country this afternoon, to the Kenny farm, three miles south east of town where they are erecting a log cabin to be used as a permanent lodge. There were about twenty-five in the troupe and the lodge will ptob ablly be completed this trip. The Taylor & Henderson I'ndertak ing company today sent a casket to the country eight miles northwest of this city to contain the remains of Mrs. Voyles. The deceased was 87 years of age, and was the mother of Andy Voyles, who is well known In this city. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Interment will be in the West Point "emetery. George Graham is in Catnip thi afternoon. C. P. Jones came down, from Welch. W. T. Walling was here ing from .idair. .f. VY. Orender earn - ill last night : his 31 on yesterda afternoon from Adair. Mrs. t N. Robinson wa up this, morning from llig Cabin shopping. There were a number of visitors down from Afton and Fairlaml this aft- ernoon. Next Monday is the day that the new county officers will take charge of their offices. Miss Maude ("unnnings, a teacher from Chelsea visited in the Vinita schools yesterday. Mrs. Lucy Ward returned last night from a visit with relatives and friends in Oklahoma City. There will be a good roads meeting in this city at the Grand theatre next Monday afternoon. The skating rink on Scraper street is drawing large crowds these after noons and evenings. Miss Bertha Beets will return to Ne vada, Mo., tomorrow evening where she is attending school. Seymore Riddle, Lee Barrett and C. C. Caldwell are among the Vinitians visiting at Pryor today. Miss Gennie Hylton who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Long, left this morning for Waco, Tex. Mrs. M. E. Yaden returned to her homo in Welch this morning after a visit with relatives in this city. Start the new year by calling the Enterprise Grocery Company, they have the goods and will take care of your interests. Try them. 8-12 Start the now year by calling the Enterprise Grocery Company, they have the goods and will take care of your interests. Try them. 8-12 Farmer Hangs Self With Halter Strap. Perry, Okla., Jan. I!. Daniel Dexter, farmer, aged 74, committed suicide by hanging himself with a halter strap in the cellar nt his home, ten miles south east of here, Friday morning at 8 o'clock. He was living with a son whom he sent to a neighbor's to bor row a pen and ink to write, but when the boy had gone he went to the cellar, nailed the door, made a noose of a strap, tied it to a rafter, kicked a chair from under him and dropped dead, with his feet a few inches above the floor. Officers visited the scene but could assign no cause for the rash act. Governor Locke's Brother Kills Self. intlert, Okla., Jan. 8. -J. Nelson Locke, youngest son of V. V. Locke, Sr., the founder of Antlers, shot him self in the breast Friday night, while at home. He was in the house alone and was getting ready to go to a dance. It is not known whether it was accidental or done with suicidal in tent. He lived but a fe wminutes. He is a brother of Governor V. M. Locke of ti e Choctaw nation. Good Roads Meeting. On account of the Rood Roads meet ing next Monday, January 6th, the business men of Vinita are requested to close their placet of business Mon day from . p. m., to 4 p. m. J. C. STARR, Mayor. EDNA AND ARTHUR JONES Sinqers and Dancers With the Flood Company, Which Open at the Grand Tomorrow. Admission 5 and 10c. jfj R A N 0 VhEATRC "TONIGHT - FOUR REEL'i OF MOTION PICTURES 4000 FEET. Maiden and Men American, I )rama Tlic Cuckoo Clock Tin Fugitive Sul Reliance, Cm. ax, Drama. The Vanishing Race American. Western Indian Drama. Admission 5c and 10c Cantinuous Show 7 to 1030 j NOTICE TO TAX PAVERS. County Treasurer's office, rooms 40 ! 47 an.l 4S, rtufftiigton, Building, .Ian-i nary 1, 1913. On Monday, January 6th. 1!U:!, the tax rolls for the year 1912 will be ready for collection. If the first half of your tax is paid within 30 days, the last half will be payable on or be- fore June l., 1913. The entire tax becomes due and de linquent February 1. 1913. and as n penalty, bear interest at the rate of IS per cent per annum until paid. Respectfully, E. D. FICKLIX, County Treasurer. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC MISCELLANEOUS ADS. O O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FOR SALE New, well built, strict ly modern live-room bungalow. In quire at Chieftain office. FOR SALE A good horse, buggy and harness at a bargain. Enquire of Miss Hickman, Cherokee building. FOR RENT The lower room in my building on E. Canadian avenue. Seymour Riddle. All Knights of Pythias are urgently requested to attend the special meet ing Friday night, January 3rd, at Castle Hall. 8-11 FOR SALE Lot 13 In block 30. size 80 by 185 feet, west front. One block west of North park. This is a bargain. Apply at Chieftain office, tf For Sale on Terms- My home place, two story press brick and Carthage stone; full base ment aud attic finished; double hard wood floors; bath, hot and cold; pri vate water; beam ceilings; elegant electric and gas fixtures to match everything complete; good barn; lot 70x200 ft.; sever and walks. See W. E. CORLETT. Changes in Time January 5th. As a number of import ant changes will be made in the time of N.K.&T. Ry trains patrns should obtain advance information as to arrival and departure of trains from ticket agent. E 'BETTER THAN MAIL SERVICE." BULLETIN Our circulation has increased considerably with the New Year. We want to double it. Let us deliver your daily papers. mom 7s GEO. E. DAVIS, Mgr. THEO. D B. FRFAR i attorney and Counselor-at-Lav Rooms 1 end 1. Cherokee Kulldlns FARM LOANS We have unlimited funds to loan on j choice Farm Lands at low rate of ! interest. Best Contract and Payment Privilegt in Southwest SEE US BEFORE BORROWING .CO With Farmers State Bank, VINITA N WS AGENCY PARKER-WISE INV HUDLEY & BARKER VINITA HOTEL BARBER SHOP East llli nois Avenue Vinita Undertaker Co. PHONL 2-U Day and Night Calls Answered Promptly J. C. CHADW1CK, Mgr., Phone 243 A call will be appreciated I DR. F. L. HUGHSOIN Physician and Surgeon Phones 625 Residence 525 W. Delaware Office Over Wimer Drug Store JAMES S. DAVENPORT Attorney-at-Law Office Rooms 9 & 10, New Halsell Bldt VINITA OKLAHOMA Grand Theatre Sunday, Jan. 19 LeCompte & Flesher offer The (50,000 Musical Spectacle I PICE OF 111 By Adams, Hough & Howard A wonderfully clever spectac ular production out-classing all fancies of the imagination. Overflowing Wilh Stunning Girls and Costumes 50 - PEOPLE - 50 The changes of scene and costume are bewildering in their frequency Percy Hammond. Prices $1.50, $1, 75c and 50c 1 License Films The Loyalty of Silvia Vita graph, with Costellaand Flor ence Turne., two of the high est priced berformers in the business. The Line of Hogans Biograph Comedy. Bread Upon The Waters A story of the presentlday found ed or. the high cost of living, Matinee at 2 O'clock Night Show Opens at 6 Admission 5 & 10c HIS TROUBLE NOT OF HEART Real Facts In Regard To F. R. Huffman's Illness. Relief Ob tained By Curing His Stomach Ailments. Waynesvillc,N.C.-Mr. F. R. Huffman, of this city , says : "I suffered dreadfully with what I thought was heart trouble, and tried various medicines in vain. After other remedies had failed, Thed ford's Black-Draught restored me to health. I would not feel safe without Black-Draught in the house, t considet it worth its weight in gold. It cured my indigestion, and by this means 1 was restored to health. I can not express my gratitude for its benefits." Good health depends on the condition of your digestion. Poor digestion and good health do not go together. Thedford's Black-Draught will thoroughly cleanse and set in order yout digestive system. It has done this for others, during the past 70 years, and is today the most popular vegetable liver remedy on the market. Try it. Insist on Thedford's. Price 23c.