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THE POLICY Of the Directors and Officers of 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 of the fact that they are trustees of a sacred trust, and always ready to give an account of their stewardship. MD NORTHEASTERN MOTY f OrUHOMAlliUl NOR.THEASTERN K LA H O M A kzrj ooooooooooooooooo 0 o o o o c ooooooooooooooooo PiES THAT ALL WILL LIKE Weather Forecast. Tonight fair and wanner. Friday cloudy and colder. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 o o LOCAL AND PERSONAL o o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO. Capital $100,000 "PROGRESSIVE 61) ARANTEED BANK" KLIN6EL FURNITURE COMPANY Sole Agents for Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Globe Wernicke Bookcases and Sealy Mattresses 119 South Wilson Street. I wmmmmmmmmmm CASH GROCERY PHONE 373 White Wax Onions, lb 2c Yellow Sweet Potatoes, peck 30c Toy Oats 8c Fancy Burbank Potatoes, bu 75c Kancy Burbank Potatoes, peck... 20c UussclKs Bread 10c Bananas, dozen 20c Evaporated Muir Peaches 8 1-3c 3 Crown Raisins 8c Country Sorgum, gal 500 Fancy Head Rice VAfi Star Tobacco 43c Horse Shoe Tobacco 43c . Granger Twist. 6 for 25c $ e 6R0TT0 CAFE 115 . ft. BEST IN THE CITY " Meals 25c Short Orders a Specialty Special Dinner Sundays MRS.W. B. CRAWFORD Singing and Piano Lessons Pupil of William Sherwood, Piano and.Vernon d'Arnalle, Singing iBarrett-Buffington Building Phone 295. Every Saturday there is a demonstration on different lines of GOOD THINGS TO EAT that we carrv ir stock Fresh Fruits . Burns Store 16-'S Burns Store 16-18 has returned from Ok- F. 6. COWAN GROCER PHONES 158 AND 186 For Magazine Subscriptions Phone 76. Post Office Cigar Store Fancy China Cut Flowers. Win. Malonc ahoma City. Mrs. L. Mathews was here today from Welch. Cal. Frazier was up from Adair yes terday afternoon. Miss Eldce Starr is visiting in far sons, Kans., today. .1. F. Walker returned to Kinnison yesterday afternoon. Dick Harris returned last evening from a visit in Welch. R. R, Taylor went to Parsons, Kans this morning for a visit. S.nn l.eforce left this morning tor x visit at Blocker, Okla. Frank Williams has returned from a business visit in Texas FOR RENT Small farm, with large pasture. J. D. Sheehrui. 10-lS The mid-year examinations are on at the high school today. New pieces In cut glass for wedding nresents. Burns Store. lb-o Andv IVaee made a business visit to Welch yesterday afternoon. There were several loads of coal to bo found on the streets today. John Barrett is here from Clareuion visiting his brother. Lee Barrett. Rav .T A. llobbs was a visitor tu this city yesterday from Bluejacket Dr. Nolen lias returned from Pryoi where he has been selling fruit trees Robert Farris and Harry Burnsides were here yesterday from Bluejacket Leonard Overstreet returned to his iirmw. iii RlunlAckel vesterdnv afei noon. 1 You saVe money buying feed and gro ai4aa lit i i,. HAAri Irv UOOQI 1.IU- cery Co. 1. I' Cms returne dto We'ch yesterday alter spending the day lis city. Mrs. F. M, Bradin arrived last even Ln from Welch for a visit at tile home 'e - - of Ed Brady. One drunk has consisted of all the business in police court since the new year began T. B. Weller has returned from tin ni ii.il u'1ipv. he has been for the last few weeks. t V r.nnin is able to be at his place with the Jumbo again after sev eral days' illness. The new county officers report them selves to be straightened out and are ready for business. A skating party of the young social set is being planned for tonight on the lake in north park. Miss Alene Stoffer is expected to ar rive tomorrow from Fort Scott, Kans., for a visit with Mrs. Willis Burchett. George Finiuaunon was here yester day from Bluejacket and was sworn in as deputy sheriff to Polly Smart Tor the north end of Craig county. A son was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ralston at the home of Amos Stolabarger. Mrs. Ralston was formerly Miss Edna Stolabarger. O. L. Dninimond, J. N. Duvall ana William Day were among the visitors here yesterday from Welch returning to that city yesterday afternoon. The new chairs purchased by the county to be used in the new court room have arrived and are being t in place today. The county court will convene within a few days. The lobby of the postoffice provides cold days and a fairly large SHRDLU a mftthtv eood loafing place these cold days and a fairly large crowd can be found there at almost any hour of the day or early evening. STRAYED Two bay horses 'i and years old, respectively. No marks or brands. Mtwrai rewara ror raw nation. W. L Trott. The Prince of Tonight," the gor geous musical fantasy, coming to the Grand, January 19th. As a great spec tacular production it outshines every thing that has been attempted by a management in stage settings. The iridescent glories of the Delftvvood for est in the land of the Moon, and the glittering whirl of a blue and silver chorus is not only the climax of ar tistic efforts in the show itself, but the last, word in contemporaneous ex travaganza. FOR SALE Ten shares of stock cost $250.00, nonassessable, in the Buckeye Dead & Zinc Co., Miami: pays $1.00 a share dividend per month, $120 per year. Will take $100.00 cash for stock, for quick sale. Need tl Dr. Williams. Phone 738. 1.16 Recipe Have Had the Sanction of Generations of Presiding Geniuses of the Kitchen. Cherry Pie Mne the pieplate wtth good crust, fill half full with stoned ripened cherries; put a teaspoon of flour with a cup of sujar and sift; sprinkle this over cherries; dot over a few bits of butter. Now fill the crust full to the top with mora cherries Cover with upper crust and bake. Currant Pie. -One cup of mashed currants, one of sugar, two tablespoons of water, one of flour, beaten with the volks of two eggs. Fill crust, bake. Frost the ton with the beaten whites of the two eggs and two tablespoons of powdered sugar. Brown lightly In oven. Cream Pie Tour a pint of cream jver oue and a half cups of sugar. Let it stand until the whites of three eggs have been beaten to a stiff froth. Add to this the cream and sugar and best up well; grate a little nutmeg over the mixture and bake without an upper crust. A heaping teaspoon or sttteo flour sifted with the sugar will make a firmer pie 'f liked. Custard Pie.- Heat up the yolks of three eggs to a cream. Stir and sift together a tablcsDoon of flour and three tablespoons of sugar; add this to the beaten volks with a pinch ot salt, a teaspoon of vanilla and a little grated nutmeg: next the well beaten whites of the eses and then a pint or scalded milk (not boiled I which has been cooled. Mix this in by degrees and turn all into a deep pieplate lined with puff and bake from 23 to 3(1 minute. HUDLEY & BARKER VIN1TA HOTEL BARBER SHOP East Illinois Avenue Vinita Undertaker Co. PHONE 24J Day and Night Calls Answered Promptly J. C. CHADWICK, Mgr., Phone 243 A call will be appreciated FAILED TO CARRY OFF DOG But Eaale Likely Would Have Con- ! quered If Fsrmer Had Not Tak en Part of Pet. From Shidzuoka comes a graphic Recount of a bloody combat between an eagle and a dog. A few days ago, at about 8 a. m., while one Ano was engaged in farming at the foot of a hill called Awagatabe in a suburb of Shidzuoka, ho saw his favorite dog sc mper away In unusual excitement. The farmer, struck with curiosity, fol lowed in the direction in which the rtcir ran and was amazed to see the an imal jumping about and barking fu riously in a thicket near the bottom of a large pine tree. On closer scrutiny he found the dog cas waging a savage battle with a larpe eagle nearly Ave feet In height The bird would descend Upon the dog and attack It with its powerful talons, while the dog would spring away al ertly, trying to bite its enemy. Tho exciting combat continued for some time, but at last threatened to end in the defeat of the dog. The farmer fetched a hatchet and rushed to the succor of his pet, rain ing upon the eagle repeated blows. The dog, encouraged by this help, at- iniaA Uc nntiffnntct with rHnnhlerl vigor and after a while the eagle fell Office Rooms 9 At 10, New Halsell Bid A- it.. .... .... j . . I . 1 1 I . . 1 and 1 111 lilt. K IK III UUILO CAlinuni' ll covered with blood. Ano took the cap tive home in triumph and has since been keeping It in his house. The eagle proved to be of enormous size and is said to be attracting great curiosity among the villagers. Japah Advertiser. FOR THE COOKING UTENSILS Extra Shelves, According to One Housewife, Has Solved a Trouble tome Problem for Her. One usuallv has so many nans and cooking utensils that convenient stor ing becomes a problem. They are placed one Inside of the other and DR. F. L. HU6HS0IN Phvsician and Suteeof Phones 625 Residence 525 W. Delaware Office Over Wimer Drug Store JAMES S. DAVENPORT Attorney-at-Law VINITA OKLAHOMA Matters of the Memory. Savages have good memories. They rarely make a false or erroneous mo tion. They have mastered their sur roundings and there are no new things to distract their attention. They keep their memory cells tin- crowded. The elvilized man is at a great disadvantage. He sees some new thing every hour. His brain cells are a veritable, daneing, whirling. seething nest of memories. It is not any great wonder that he cannot re call the one he needs just when he needs it OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC MISCELLANEOUS ADS. O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO whetl you want a certain pan it is gen eratly at the bottom. After 1 had been frequently annoyed in this way I decided upon the plan illustrated. To the undersido of each shelf I nailed blocks three Inches wide and one inch thick, and to them I fastened light n n U a strips. This made an additional shal low shelf for each deep shelf. In the picture ("' is the block, "S" the strips tt '-3 better to use strips than a solid board because the latter would hold this, which would be difficult to re move from so narrow a space Exchange Try Whitney s restaurant. tf FOR RENT 3 room house, modern barn. Phone 201. 14-10 WANTED A hors for Its feed. Claude Nichols. FOR SALE New, well built, strict ly modern five-room bungalow. In quire at Chieftain olllce. A good horse, buggy i bargain. Enquire of FOR 8ALE- and harness at Miss Hickman, Cherokee building FOR SALE Lot 13 in block 30, size 80 by 185 feet, west front. One block west of North nark. This is a bargain. Apply at Chieftain office tf Snow Pudding. This is fine, easy to make and not expensive: Dissolve two tablespoon of cornstarch In a little water, add one pint of bailing water and cook five minutes, remove from fire, add lie beaten whites of two eggs and beat until smooth: add a little salt. sugar and vanilla Same Scald one-half pint of milR add three tablespoons of sugar, then the beaten yolks of the two eggs, Rfld cook a few minutes, add a little salt, remove from fire, add one-half tea spoon of vanilla. I know you wtll Mke this, especially If in a hurry I put into individual molds and set on Prune and Date Pie. Soak prunes over night and remove stoneB. To two cups of prunes add one-half cup dates cut In tiny pieces, the grated rind and Juice of one lemon, three tablespoons sugar and the prune juice Dredge with flour, dot with bits of butter, put on upper crust and bake INI IA NE V WS AGENCY "BETTER THAN MAIL SERVICE.' BULLETIN a Our circulation has increased considerably with the New Year. We want to double it. Let us deliver your daily papers. PHONE 75(1 GEO. E. DAVIS, Mgr. & Spinach Cakes. The thinnest possible pancakes are baked and filled with the ready rooked spinach. They must be rolled and put In layers In a butter-d pudding dish and a good quantity of sour cream poured over them They are then baked in the oven tor 20 minutes .mil served Immediately. THEO D B. FRFAR Attorney and Counselor-at-Law Rooms I and 2. Cherokee Bulldlnc Cleaning Collars. W hen the coat collar becotm a soil d It may be cleaned in this man ncr Dissolve one part salt in four parts alcohol Apply this mixture with a sponge and nib well. Raw Sliced Cucumbers. Pare and lay them In Ice water one hour, then slice and season to taste with vinegar, pepper and salt. Never money, omit soaking in ice water. FARM LOANS We have unlimited funds to loan on choice Farm Lands at low rate of interest. Best Contract and Payment Privilege in Southwest SEE US BEFORE BORROWING PARKER-W1S El With Farmers State Bank. Grand Theatre Sunday, Jan. 19 LeCompte & Flesher offer The $60,000 Musical Spectacle 1 PRINCE OF T OH By Adams, Hough & Howard A wonderfully clever spectac ular production out-classing all fancies of the imagination. Overflowing With Stunning Ghh 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 IDYL R License Films The Girl in the Caboose Kalem Railroad Story. Her Bitter Lesson Selig Drama. Pat, The Soothsayer Kalem Roaring Comedy. Matinee at 2 O'clock Night Show Opens at 6 Admission 5 & 10c CARDUl WORKED LIKE J CHARM After Operation Failed to Help, Cardui Worked Like a Charm. Jonesvllle, S. C. "I suffered with womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. S. Kendrlck, in a letter from this place, "and at times, I could not bear ti stand on my feet. The doctor said I would never be any better, and that I would have to have an operation, or I would have a cancer. I went to the hospital, and they oper ated on me, hut I got no better. They said medicines would do me no good, and I thought I would have to die. At last I tried Cardui, and began to improve, so I continued using it. Now, I am well, and can do my own work. I don't feel any pains. Cardui worked like a charm." There must be merit in this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women Cardui for it has been In successful use for more than 50 years, for the treatment of womanly weakness and disease. Please try it, for your troubles. N. n. -Write l: Udlw" Advisory Dt. 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