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THE Gisews PAlHFINOEfl .; Asfefey , p, Jf. Marrs :t Cf, ; baB Pig. O 13 A. VTata. mil nil ft KG M ft Claa If B Xtte&efi c. W. Catie IK CM 51 Jff M m af ManwMjr i Mas ef Right .;;. I t : ; - - .1 ifiXJ L. IGarte . . T7 Mead L Bnaaey . ... W. A. Armstrong tossy IM Saa BUas Tom IsaeC. i-tr. .-. tv.a zs. ix tke wjrttV waa - x So fl-rrajf mia&sa ar tker eav awttimii tan ia jtrs'j&rj, nssr-j ever, j. Gissoe "tmrnnf on aauH frees tfc pard of tte hltiViTt- Later a ksssssa to tiato, trict acta tie i araa afx. OMm m te (fee toc frost wit teie a Stawta is 1MB aad 17 w"- BmJ7 aaxf tmnm tie ptif at w foetastaa's Bstte. He retired as fa- Fnik H3 . la ! w Ki2J recakM eoa- - MMFua.. t a koaaestead sear what aa sow "l raraKw Cm MS Js a of - ami esaatai of r Tel. Co jj aft, aeLiag part of i for tt,4. p L if- ". -.v.-1 -. i .-- -- - Ike Terri- "J ' swsksees, ay krtig - J- T- to U ttv. fm tka fw-iVi6-"t Litt 67 sfe. XU I " 2l'.r trim w-3" 4.U n h Ml " ,, " WMOS TO BE RSHIMO B SUPERfOfl TO CHANCE aanSttaT ' - 4 " ii ii Mali ' . w'f i jL-r aaaa aaaaaal i .ru -Ju Ar-2 uaa tmm m J. i v - i- - Cat ilm&c &m 3 ' . f afias aatf --Iat iTtiiMTL I "" eaai af aoo eaa vaaa larin rw - - ' fafc. TW aacaari m .--i u, -j .... u f J r- xaawMMtp ic -t y. : . 1; u. : : - : 1 - - - " catta State an. .. i. laaai af as ic 10: cart to aa4crtt to fcc. 4 la Tare fka a r - i 1 J I Z Z am n off ttair lag (oe sc. leem cae las work !b 1 ire a 'AOttor. aan af tWr faeirr Meaii Jta. X ail 1 tatag aarter a aaatu? Pi3Bf TeL Co Vlafta Gaa Co VMtt Jfaetisi;- Co. Xee N'tlaoa Vatioeal Saaarr Co. J. If. Wortasae F. ?; Gtobe Pat . OWMNAMCC MO Vrt (PUiaajai tke Kk 4ar of iaaurr, Mil Vietta Daflr Caatftata, Pab- ' : - v . C,ty r.V?wH' 0t)J'"M' ! rr4 Dawjamr :am '-TV W" www nn, wi'(J aKH K3lir Nl " cT5y I Paraen 9Ue Baak. W. Ac. . . H.K Sacttoa ! That taere be rad Sap W CoWe m njxtto atajprfMaal oat of tke ariose Street Sarrrki.ng ta vUea tke lultylat cfa'-aa M U Tittle f -. Street L IffM If F'S VijiiU Ligat Co S2ft-M nectioa 2. Aa caerry ia hrebr iSerlared to ttitt by reaaos wbrof it ..--.".: "- ; -.a.r ror tie pre-j rrat-on of tie public peacr, beattb I aan My that ordisao.e ka to I .'j jif9lJ Ior- aaI '-ffrt from acd a5tr Hal ; aaaiac. approrii and pubik-aUon. and Paaeed by tke Citr CoontH the tke fifMau fMraoa tke aaaaaat jet 'lltoli tfceir nsmee. aa4 the Mar a karaay tfinte4 to tfrav oa tie Tr.aaam ia aaraawt of aatce aa fo. hawa. towft: rsrarc Kcate Baak, Water PaasJ 8.tzr hsx.'k it Co .... tz tar.' dal vbiea wet aaj eoaey aforacTer. r kaaas aart tie 41 y :ee bat U aerer eraa taj aaa aaaVfaatfr to 4t aaaj r '3'. ',r j "ree reia B T to ffo.-i Macaaaaa :' - - 1 ext fe ! !r ':.-- in law toea of b a a er attaer Uttie m:t ' 1 .- toara af tke ri V ! tae rass of afofa tke; aa fire ti:- t - ... trsetie pta: it 1 Tke aaaat aavarfal kMoaaxiee (t to earU aaa haat been bafit tor tke ! Vtrxtaiaa ra!?rrt It ee b.- u kaalai stoi taaatirjr cxu trc: at tea atOee aa knur ft aaa aLzreee - eatfer welk tll.MKi aoaaaa. aa4 - ! ekaaftBf ocoajoti NE STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE One Recently Cenetmcta in Italy It &eei r - - -1 -tf Nr Uce tsr Lco-r-.- ,e eaa be atiUaed aa 1 rfjim eleaatrt 1 ataci. ha Sr '!. v . . - - 'itti r rar!'f4e.- Aabar I HjWjClty of Viatu. Oktaaoffia. oa the Tth Fire ano Water Fund day of J an nary. 1)13. B. f. Pottaer Vtjaj Approrer by th- Mayor of tke City VMta Eieetric lJbt Co iZ2z'it Viaita, Oklahoma, on the Sth day Viatta Ga D. JX'' fatisary. IS13. (p. 1 Ckfllto JAf J. C. STAKK, A. A. booaer .... .? Attest: A. J. HHKKU Mayor Moaeer Tet C4. 4 City Ckrrk. PeopW Gro. Co Ula It. M. Marra Ptg Co 10 j Invited Hta Fnenda to a Suicide Pa.-:y. Roy ;oodpaater pgyj,, After deelarinr h- B. Ridenbour 6.04 jwooM commit enicide o many tima rtaar,y Pat that hU frtenda only took hj aaaer- Marabail Steveaa ' tiona aa a Joke Marallin Ader. a Salary Fund. jyounr painter of Bordau. carried out ' ' " ' 2.ihia threat in highly iipmactilar man- A. J. Oreen. .. S5J ner. When be invited hia friwida to If. M. Wlfliaaoa 50.00 j a banquet Monday ni;ht he warned tfaytielle Foreman 15.00 jt.h-m that It would be a aukidal affair i John Maiaett 4.00 and they would witneaa hi aelf ass R. J bright T.OO J ttructiori. Ilelievinc thi another at T. P. TboiBparm T.Off hia Jeata. hia drcle apr-at a ro . y C. C. Roberta .ij0 eveninr. Hut they were horrified whn Wm Mlmana . 50.00 after dine r Ad'-r produced a revolver. J. M. Mabocey 35.00 Be wiil kg !,ad no rartrldares and tme H Oooipaataf ?5.00 of hi frfenda thinking Ad-r was till J- Campbell 7.00 joking, fumlahed the arumunltion T!,e A. O. Marra 8.00 young artint kiaded the revolver, B. Q Chandler 0.00 'clinked Rlaaa-a with hia guesta and put B. H. Knight 0 00 the weapon to hia forehead and kill d Sanitary Fund. ' him-' i Andy Cordnr $ r0,fa! Loa'eo F.,tf.) s29C.0rx 'lt Mo An -t-r..M. trator'a raport of tke aatste of J K Ztaucerman a -!!ieaian of Waco Tex . who died in Ezceiator Hpiinga Mo oa Ortobr ", "led in the proba't eonrt here nait-et the estate at t ; ; 245 A4ninararora found that K W of tfeaj curt, repreaeote.! !oai to Texas eatt 'ernes in auma of IS.OOf to I2S.S00. of wbiek tke oaly recor J kept aa a penciled notation on 1 alip of paper Ail vers foend to b envese To Wipe Out Finger Ma-Va Rub tbe Anger marka nn ",al PI;C of clean flannel dipped a keroaea-! oil; afterwarda wipe arftk a doth wrunr oot nf tt w.f. -. "aici ly 1 ke the ame!l aay Thla la better 'nan . . . . , . - au a'.er aa It doea ot deatroy the paint Pioneer Tel, Co Sunny-I'at Hda r Herron . . Neaa-liiapati h K. R. Voodw.ir C- H -v'"r I ChilO of Nurie Fatally Burned contingent and Supply Fund. iluakogee. Okla.. .Jan. 8. Willie 2 -Vl vliworth. year old daughter of Mrs. '-'-' TO Aahworth, a Mufkor nur- aa- r 1 ''0 loualy and probably fatally burned at l.'fOia Irxal detention iKjme shortly after Willing to Be Good. Tou children are not n -.h.i" Weil, aald tbe aadlr nrerninn. foonjater. we are willing to be obe fato, only paw and maw and grandpa grandma haven't yet come to an inderaunding aa to which la boaa ; There are -err few a&irrs a 'aa loecaaotivea of immt a-. After yaara of imeliMin atiat Eaey rxtraordisary eagitea wre prcjcae.3 e have adopted eef i-eiu: -ea aad 6ere la a complete rerslottoc ,t. -ia coaatmct'm of oar loeoxot.'rei :? aroly sossfble 'Ut he eag'rt, -be fusre ill be much different frooi . Boae of rfce preaes I la Europe aed o'her foreign co;n. j rtea. however, they atiil coniin.. oak j aaiobaJly to build an engine that em i 'od:ea very unaaual feai jrea On of j 'lie ia'jt was conttrjeted - for 'he J Itattaa State railroada and th cab 1 aa placed in front that zhe en j r.eer might have tbe clearest possible j view of the track ahead When in operation the engine pre aenta a very strange appearance, aava r.e rj;.rt.a,; .an t Vagaili.e ' r bile It 1 actually running forward the actios of tbe drivine wheel wnnM be considered backward in th!a coun- ''7 The engine aeema to rja back- a.-a to go forard It la a four-cylinder compound ith tke cylinder arranged in a tieeuliar manner, the two hlgh'preaaure cyl- inaera neing on one aide of the ceu mnner, the two high-preaaife cyl :&dera on the other Coal ia carried !n bunkera In the cab. though In thla reaped the accommodatlona for fuel are decidedly limited. Water la cr 1ed 'a the circular tank tender i wcrk whea everything T whea tie re ia r.cta!ag - ." a ir. . ti riai: tad of atuff who eaa, riae aicra tie tiiaga which, ax liT ii iu a: ;ui.:i; tie weak, aai c: i 1 w:- - l; ties. ieed. i.j :a tie tea, ct greataea. A a matter of fact, tie greatest ::r; .aiti atta aai 1 ;raea who aav z iaxi.:a-r-l ,r.a:Ted. v - naierr-ood. erttSdataL Bat 'T aiT -aea areat e-r.-rv i r1 aacra an ties tiirgs sad ts do their :a ia;ta c; 'beaa. -- -"exesiitia acwar peraaea'.e to Ms ami ariffa"les character from hcld "i -.. tae ..fe-tac-g-', tie ---'ii -i caee.f .: -ii-gataad i t4 a;.-; si -aa very raa-txs.t-. X -: z ;a of -.a -airerse, : ffeta dows to -h verity of tiiaga, ex-1 csda a:: tail cf rrr aad live la reaii-r :-aeL. A stais of aec.r.-y, Cf cf calsaaeaa aad cf repose j !a "ie !!fe that is cocaciotia of ! er.e ::ea ia taa Terr center cf ".ta tzi :- wiich -ia rever ':' :- : e -a -ie -:rfara cf ;:igi Try tt i.r.a:.ae ccadiUoa of iea 1 ii;; ieai aad aieaiy wtkh 11 ; It pan, Tie actor doe tiLak tiat ha win icaetimea be- -a taaru;ter he :rs-f. :. aa an, sea tha- fc 'a k rv J ter aew; ie xakei himself feel tkt :e 1 the character. H ifsi'v imr. iaea that ha ia iing the Ufa of tbe caaracer The Quickest and Best Equipped Trains to St. Louis Kansas City Dallas Ft. Worth Houston Galveston and Oklahoma City W. K HVTCH1S0N, Agent R. . MOSS Florist Nonh Areaue and Thompson Street Pboao 121 and 4S1 1.00 Ro)a K"eth. matron of tb Ins. In at child. Mrs. Iiotue. was Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, who lias never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhtYiHI nr it mUm u,, 1 , 11 jhv iiaa uccn A sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments, is a natural medicine-safe, harmless, purely vegetable It has been in successful use for more than 50 years ft has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. ' Labor Poorly Paid. Palermo, rtaly. nr&duce nuniitb. t outfits for brides, principally in nnalln 1t . t -.-.iiii. me glris wno do the work 1 Ct from 12 to 25 cents and the ikllled workera from 20 to H cents a lay. Improved Capitan. A capatan la built into a new hlrvV and tackle with which on man nn r.an.i,e loaiia of one thousand pounds aad two men, loa!a of four thouaand pound. Flrat Lunch Counter Car. A Pacific railroad haa installed a lunch counter car on a train running from San Francisco to Loa Angeles. The counter extends the length of th 'ar along one ide. with tbe regulation lunch counter stools In front of the counter Meals "ill be served at ali rtoiirs Thoe newapap whmi) rt-port iMa a the first lunch counter car -v' -'n America should look uu their ' la ory The Philad-lphla. Wilmin-..a r.r.d Baltimore ran two such cars h- tw een Baltimore ar 1 Philad-iphla aVujt three years i'C-fij; as r-;. ri In the Railroad Oazette of !"W m ber 19. 1 S44 Th 'eaUna bar was about 25 feet tons, tke ear so rei long being divided by s transverse rartltlon In the middle and half of it tag iised as a smoking car. Ra.i way Age az ttf LEFT MRS. SMITH THINKING Bcaraer-, ark May, or It May Not, Ha. Bee- Meant aa a Blur on Far, tt-ed Bavarafc. "I It. Leea read'-r a lnr- eating articl on coffea," aald Mrs. Smail, a Mr. Hunker naiaed nn his cup for refilling. Beiag aborit a beverage th artirl couldn't be dry,- observed Mr. Hun- ; er. p.ajfjl.v aad then srV.H- '-r.- - l'-mpa of augar, pleaae." Something like a frowr. th landlady's face at ber boarder's , rema.-r:, but ahe continued: The article was one which Hoar... a large circulation. I thick- fnr ?h. food of tbe race. It was on the in Jurious effects of coffee ("-inking. The author said that we were becoming a nation of coffee topera. The perni cious effects of too much coffee drink ing b set forth in an extcdingly strong light. Among the serious results like ly to follow he enumerated a aallow akin, ahattered nerves, a weakening of the eyeaight. losa of will power and in some cases he thought con sumption might be traced to the in ordinate use of the beverage. Tbe au thor aaid that appalling statistics could be produced of the ravages ol the coffee-drinking habit among th American people." "It waa coffee be was talking about was It?" asked Mr. Hunker, a h ru to go "It waa, Mr. Hunker." "Then I don't think w cew mm ! ourselves." DR. F. L. MARNCY Graduate Veterinarian 0ffic, C;ty LiTery Phone 165 Vinita, OKU DR. A. W. HERRON Physician and Surgeon 0ce in Barrett Bulldicg I0IH Sosta Wilson Street. Office Phone 263, Realdecce Pboae ill Residence 223 South Adair Street Dr. Louis Bagby Office lot Kea. 110 Or iC. S. Nee- I Offioe io: I K, Utt DRS. BAGBY & NEER Offiite in First Nati H EuW; DR. R. L. MITCHELL Gunter Baildinn Phone?: Office 607 Residence Red 479 VINITA OKLA DR. H H. WYNNE Oculist, Oklahoma Gfy Uncle Eben'a Philoacphy. "I likes to hear a young geniman ay he's tryin' to keep up wif de 'Imes," said Cncle Eber.. "pervided be jaes an alarm clock to help him " Washington Star. Excellent Reaaon. 1 auppose you know whv vn.i ire here?' aaked the magiatrate levereiy. lea, air," anawered the sherful priaoner, "I woz brung 'ere." f TAKE Cardu i t The WomansTonic Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it Hii me very Dest results. had hattlraofi .u. everything a woman could suffer with, until 1 took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women, I can t praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak tired "u'" "ul "wwani aruui is sale and reliable. Try it, today. Write to: Ladtea Adv, forecfa,arBf,MdM-plt;1,-- Neeeaaltlea From Japan. For each peraon In the United Jtatea a dozen paper napklna and a Mr of a pound of tea are imported rom Japan every year. Country's Electric Railroads The electric railroads of the Unl"ii Mat1 carry more than ten billions of rass-naM in a year; there are ; I of these electric railways; the own and operate 42.000 mllea of track and 90,000 cars They employ 250.000 t,-r-fona. ihelr capitalization Is five billion dollars, their annual groaa earnlnga are 1500 000.000 They operate rtrwel elevated, underground, underwater. Interurban and partly electrified steam railway Twenty-six rearl ago electricity aa motive powr for any of th purposea waa Uatooars Billiard in the Country. Willie Hoppe, the billiard player was discussing in New York the ques tion of summer vacations. "I like summer vacation?,' he said "In the heart of the countrv Thf only trouble with the heart" of the country Ifl that you can't get a gooc ge ' L.il-lards there. "V.. ts you've heard about the twe baps, suumering at Sunapee whe cotrplained that they couldn't tell the two white balls apart, as neither ol them bad a spot. But the proprietor explained to them that ft would be easy, ;.fier a ltt!e practIce (Q tingtiish the balls by their shape. 'Another chan nn at c.no.,, .... for a gan:e of billiards, and when the balls were brought, gave a loud, bit ter laugh of disgust. 'Look here.' he Rsked for not rllr. v. i.. Tribune. lor" Unappreciated. "Mlaa Screecher la chuck full of aualc, lant aheT' "I gueaa aba a. I've never heard any of It coming ut yet." Evidently Not a Succeea. "How did you like the actor who played the king?" "Ever alnce I saw him I've been In favor of a republic," Safe In Trying to Croas the Track. Whf-n is the next paaxengr train due"'' asked an elderly woman of fh? depot agent In Port Scott In about four hours, madam. replied th agent An freights soon'' ln aaked. Not till night ' '.Nor locals'" "Not till In the morning." No other tralna before the passenger"' ' No." The old lady hesitated a moment and then said I s'poae it would be sa'e for me to cross the track."- -Kansas ritv Star Man's Narrow Eacape. Two young girls, aeed rcr..,ii...i. - - - K L V 1 1 1 1 , eleven and twelve. onter .. u.. .!.. shop in Edinburgh. Scotland, the other uay. ana aunng the brief absence of tbe proprietor abstracted tho sum of Ha 6d from the till. On the butcher's return, one of tho girls gave her or der. On going to the till the man UN covered bis loss. The girls then un Cladiingly described a man who, they said, had come out of the Bhop as iter entered It. The same evening ln the police station a man was idcntl-f.c-d by the girls. He was astounded at their story, but as no nout found or. him te was liberated! The girla subsequently admitted the theft, and were put under probation for 12 months. j Practice limited to bye, ta- Nose and Throat. Cts Fitttd. Vinita first Tuesday after first Mondav , Of each month. Office either Phys ician locally or rhone f R f Mitchell No. 607. E. A. STUBBLFFIELD, O. M. O. Dentist Ratea Reasonable Examination Fra. All Operations Made aa Palnleaa aa Posaible and All Work Guaranteed omnoform used for Painless Extraction OFFICE: ROOM 9. SCOTT BU'LDING RAILROAD TIME TABLES FRISCO. North ana East Bound. Leave Vinita ii- K. C. .Meteor l:10a.m 12-California Exurcss 2 22 a m W-Joplh, Express 7:55 a.m. 40S St. Louis Limited.. C: 40 p. ni 10 St. Louis Meteor., ii: 45 p. m South and West Bound 9-Okla.City & s. W..2:05 a. in. 1 11-Okla. City fr K. C. a :31a.m. 40OkC. frK. C-St L.S:4:.a.m. Hi-California Express 1:05 p.m. IM Sapulpa Express. . R'ftfi a m No No No No, No. No. No. No. No. No. Where Honeaty Is Worthleaa. Many a man would have turned ogue If he knew how. William Hax- Apprcpnately Numbered. A dining ear that moves regularly out of Hoetou says the Transcript, has for its number 888. Pronuncia tion serves to illustrate the uucon acious humor which lurks in inani mate things. Why He Choae It. "Do I understand that your ion wants to be a doctor?" "Yea." "What for?" "He wanted to follow a profession that would furniah him with a good excuse for staying out lat nights I think " ' No No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. M K- 4 T. TIME TABLE. North Bound. Kansas City Special . 1 is a. ui. LjOOBl Passenger.... s :53a.m. Wlsr - K. (J, & St. I.. 6: 20 p. m 'ocai Passenger Kkty Limited , .! South Bound. Tex Express Texas Express Elyer Local Pasaonger . K'lv Limited :24 p. m. "1 a ni . I ; O.i a. ni. . t!:00 p. m. '.'Ml a. BL 10 :33 a.m. 1.1 : 17 p. iu.