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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. ! NORTHEASTERN j ED K L AH O M AKj WIN ONE, LOSE ONE BY HIGH SCHOOL The report that the Miami high school basketllllll tinma miM K. 1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO strong and that the two rival teams O Weather Forecast. O O Tonight and Sunday fair. O O Colder Sunday. O O C OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO. Capital 9100,000 "PROGRESSIVE GUARANTEED BANK" 1 i KLIN6EL FURNITURE COMPANY Sole Agents for Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Globe Wernicke Bookcases and Sealy Mattresses 119 South Wilson Street. 0 0 0 0.0 000000000000 0 o 0 LOCAL AND PERSONAL O 0 o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Wil today. J. J. Estella. "E MI - " ' .Meeks is a visitor in Muskogee Haynes came in today from MORNING'S GASH GROCERY t'rancy Bulk Kraut, lb 4c Turnips, peck 15c Red Onions, lb Zyzc Karo Red Syrup, gal 36c ro Red Syrup, V4 ga.1 18c v Karo White Syrup, ' gal 22c t Fancy Prunes, 3 lbs 25c Gallon Apricots 40c 1 IK -,. T ....... , T ) ,. l . : .. I , 1 11. L ju. v cLiuiiit'L oamuft xuwuvi C Choice Evaporated Apricots 14c Very Fanciest Oranges 35c PHONE 373 n ROTTD CAFE D 115 E. III. Ave. ' BEST IN THE CITY " Meals 25c Short Orders a Specialty Special Dinner Sundays 9 $ DR. H. H. WYNNE Oculist, Oklahoma City Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose 'Hiuai, uiuun j meu. viuiiu. a mat aaiuruay atter first Monday oieacn month. Utfice either Phys ician locally or phone Dr. R. L. Mitchell No. 607. Every Saturday there is a demonstration on different lines of GOOD THINGS TO EAT that we carry stock in MRS. W. B. CRAWFORD Singing and Piano Lessons Pupil of William Sherwood, Piano andgVernon d'Arnaile, Singing iBarrett-Buffington Building Q Phone 295. Fresh Fruits F. fi. COWAN GROCER PHONES 158 AND 186 I "Magazine Headquarters" A Full Line of all the Latest Periodicals. If you want to subscribe to any Magazine, phone 763 Tost Office Cigar Store SLATER McCLURE, Proprietor Fairland G. W. Throne was down today from Fairland. LOST Half-rimmed spectacles. H. C. Cusey. R. D. Thompson is here todav from Chanute, Kans. George W. Thornton was in town to day from Welch. William Deloyser was in town todav from White Oak. John Chandler was in town todav from the country. Clyde McGary went to Wueiacket yesterday afternoon I")an Myers has returned from a visit it points in Kansas. u. w. uariin went to Prvor this morning on business. Postmaster S. E. Wallen is at Mus- kogee this afternoon. James Buck is here from San An tonio, Tex., on business. Oliver Haymes was here todav from the White Oak country. The Katy station is receiving a new coat of paint today. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms, 1 1 7 S. Thompson. J. F. Gaston. The police made a haul on some body's whiskey this morning. John Franklin was among the coun try visitors ' in town today from Es tella. TO RENT Furnished modei-i !ie room house, Feb. 1; close in. Inquire at Chieftain office. 22-27 Rev. J. M. .Miller returned to Welch yesterday afternoon where he has a revival in progress. G. O. Alexander received his stock of shoes yesterday for the Pearl Dry Goods and Grocery store. Mrs. J. N. Jackson arrived last night from Muskogee for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Jenks. iu . aim .urs. vv . . Mitchell are lere from Toneka. Kans visitim? with friends in and near this city. There will be no church services at the St. Johns Episcopal church tomor row. There will be Sunday school. Mrs. Myers and Mrs. C. J. Croninger left last evening for a visit with Mrs. Katie Burklialter and family at Mus kogee. There was an informal dance at the Social Club rooms until a late hour last night. There were only about ten couples present. The students at the high school had the pleasure of listening to a splendid address yesterday morning by Mr. Hol- and from Oklahoma City. ine basketball game that was to have been played at Chelsea tonight was cancelled and will probably be played next Friday night in that city. "The Prince of Tonight," will be the attraction at the Grand theatre to morrow afternoon and night. The seats are now on sale at the box of fice. - A marriage license was issued this morning to John P. Barker, age 25, of Fairland, and Miss Francis Lynch, age 22, of Ketchum. They were married later. Dr. Ben Bobkins was here this morn ing en route from Oklahoma City, where he has been attending the State Veterinary association, to his home in Welch. Mrs. Seth Cope died at 7 o'clock this morning at her home on South Gunter street, of meningitis. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon, being private. The case is in charge of the Taylor & Henderson I'ndertaking company. Mrs. E. N. Ratcliff entertained at her home yesterday afternoon to a number of her friends to meet Mrs. A. W. Goodykoontz of Sapulpa and Mrs. W. W. Buck of Bartlesville. A most pleasant afternoon was enjoyed by every one. rae prince or Tought, the gor geous musical fantasy, coming to the ;rand, 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 Belftwood 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. would have the battle of their lives in the games last night proved to be true, especially in the contest between the girls, who put up the fierce light for the honors of victory of the sea son. The Miami girls played basket ball every minute in grim determina tion to regain the honors lost to the Vinita girls at Miami several weeks ago, and the Vlnlta girls retalliated with just as grim determination to win further honors in defeating them a second time. The score was marked throughout the game first in favor of one team, and then the other would take a spurt aud reverse the account to their favor, but the Vinita girls seemed to have slightly the best of it until the last few minutes of play when in gaining an ad SSKTSf Z RE ESTATE o o o o o 0 0 o o o o o o o o o c i wr nnra oi nam Grimmett. a Minor. X O u MISCELLANEOUS ADS. O Notice Is hereby given in pursuance Q of an order of the County Court of the onnnoo 0 County of Cherokee. State of Oklaho- 00000 000 O O O 0 0 O O ma. made on the 10th day of August, ' FOR RraT. . J 1911'. the undersigned nuiNlh. f ,i. . r UK Kia 1 and t room modern estate of Sam Grimmett, a minor, will Mirr sell at private sale, to the highest and best bidder, subject (o confirmation bv V(m . . .. . said court, on or after the 85th dav of i FVluulW well built, strict January. 1913. at two oVlack i. m at ly,' r" flve-room bungalow, in Tahlenuah. Oklahoma, all the right Q C1,ieftnln title and interest of mm sor. nj " FOR SALE A good hors.. kiuM acre farm. J. T. vantage of three points over them, and Mien came the fastest few minutes of play ever seen here. The Vinita gins rained and fought bravely to ward off the impending defeat and tore Miami's lead down to one point but were unable to do more and tin grim fight ended with the visiting team one point to the good. The final scot read, Miami 14. and Vinita 18, me boys also put up a good game and the first half of the contest found them with honors about even. The v until team however ni-oved tl.,.ii- lighting qualities, and knowing that it would never do to let the visiting teams carry off both games started early in the second half to win and avenge the girls' defeat by running up the largest score possible. They called every phase of their training to their aid and used all the team work in their power and quickly proved that the Miami boys were no match for them and stacked up a large score in their favor. The final reading being IK for Vinita and 17 for Miami. Thero were a number of rooters ac companied the Miami teams and though it is a shame to say it, they made the Vinita rooters hunt their holes at organized cheering. The Vi nita students did not show their usual enthusiasm and spirit but aside from this proved the match, if not the su perior of their old rivals for good sportsmanship. The visitors were con ducted after the game to the auditor ium of the building where an Indoor track meet was held and this furnished amusement for the crowd until near train time. First Methodist Church. 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. in.. Preaching. Subject: "lard Work and Poor Pay." 6:80 p. m Young Peoples' meeting. 7:30 p. m., Preaching. Subject: "The Tower Builder." Friends of the church and strangers in the city are cordially invited to at tend these services. I real estate situated in Craig 1,7 at " baral- Enquire of 3tate or Oklahoma, to-wlt: . "ickman, Cherokee building. 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 Second-hand lady's grey suit, silk dress, tan jacket, shoes, etc. AH clean and In good shape. Cheap Phone 676. 20-i Ud interest of snlit Snm nw. niett, a minor, in and to the following described i County, Slate Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter; West Half of Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter and North Half f Northwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter of Section Thirty-four (34), Township Twenty-nine (29) North, Range Twenty one (21) East, situated in Craig County, State of Oklahoma. Said real estate will be sold on the following terms and conditions, to-wlt: Cash. Bids for the purchase thereof must be in writing and must be filed in the County Court of Cherokee Countv State of Oklahoma, or delivered to the undersigned at the office of Butte Hoone & Lattimore. Muskogee. Okla- homa. Dated this 6th day of January. 1918 JOHN GRIMMETT. Guardian of Sam Grimmett, a Minor. State of Oklahoma, Craig County. In District Court. Dave Murphy, Plaintiff vs. V. C. Horsley, Mayma Horsley, C. E. Ivers, Ida J. Ivers, Wallace B. Allen, and Oliver A. Hutching. Defendants. No. 1289 Civil. Said defendants W. C. llorslev Mayma Horsley, C. E. Ivers. Ida .1 Ivers, Wallace B. Allen and Oliver A. Hutchings, will take notice thnt thev have been sued in the above named Court for upoa petition to reform, and correct Mortgage executed by W. C. Horsley and Mayma Horsley, to Dave Murphy, ujKMi NV 1-4 of SE 1-4 of Section C, Township 27 N., Range 18 ist, in Crnig County, Oklahoma, and for the foreclosure of the said Mort gage, and which lands have been held by the other defendants herein and now claim of have claimed some In terest in said lands covered by said Mortgage, and that said defendants must answer the petition, filed therein by said plaintiff on or before the 17th day of February A. D. 1913, or said petition will be taken aB true, and a judgment for said plaintiff in said ac tion for reformation and correction of Mortgage and for the foreclosure thereof, a id judgment for any residue, will be rendered accordingly. Dated this 4th day of January, 1913. 13-3G DAVENPflHT Xr IJVM Attest: Attorney for Plaintiff. LEE It. MITCHELL, District Clerk. By C. V. CABSELOWEV, Deputv. "The Prince of Tonight" company will put on a matinee in the afternoon of their date at the Grand theatre. This will be the largest show of the season and there should b a large ticket sale. HUDLEY & BARKER VINITA HOTEL BARBER SHOP East Illinois Avenue Vinita Undertaker Co. PHONE 24 Day and Night Calls Answered Promptly J. C. CHADW1CK, Mgr., Phone 243 A call will be appreciated DR. F. L. HUGHSOIN Physician and Sargeon Phones 625 Residence 525 W.Delaware Office Over Wiraer Drug Store JAMES S. DAVENPORT Attorney-at-Law Office Rooms 9 & 10, New Halsell Bid VINITA OKLAHOMA THEO. D B FREAK Attorney and Counselor-at-Law Rooms 1 and l. Cherokee Building Good Reason. A certain Mr. Thelwall, who wai on his trial at the Old Bailey for high treason, during the evidence tor th prosecution wrote the following note and sent it to his counael: "Mr. Er sklne, I am determined to plead my case myself." Mr. E. wrote under it, "If you do, you will be hanged." To which T. Immediately returned this reply: TU be hanged if I da" Haa to Rename His Villa. State of Oklahoma, County of Craig ss. In the County Court within and for Craig County, Oklahoma. In the matter of the estate of Mary E Witt, Deceased, William F. Witt, Administrator. Probate No. 2227. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION TO ASCERTAIN HEIRS, TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED AND CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF MARY E. WITT DECEASED: You and er.ch person are hereby notified, that on the 26th day of Dec ember 1912, William F. Witt, Admin istrator of the estate of Mary E. Witt, deceased, filed in this Court his petit ion in due form, nravinir fhaf tha rio-h iue residents of a certain suburb of all persons interested in the estate of Chicago were lor a time governed of Mary E. Witt, Deceased, be accer by a passion tor giving sweet, poetical tained aild declalred 0 t)ls (,G t names to the r "estates." There was1 T71 J j " , y v oun, one r.uch man who built a handsome I ""f,, ' J l 1 ' Whm dl" villa, calling it "The Nutshell." Thus ,rlbutlon shou, b,! made. was the home Introduced to his n,e following, so far as known, is friends, and It became widely knows.! discretion of all the real estate of To the surprise of all, therefore, the which the deceased died seized or pos i: me was ono day suddenly changed 'sessed is as follows, to-wlt: South to "Sylvan Nook," and a flood of In- half of Northeast Quarter of South V r es soon began to pour In. we-t Quarter of Sectlou j, Towngh "Why have you given your home ag tiZtk R.F.. lis H.. , ' a new name?" a friend asked. "What."-. f!' 18 Ki,8t' ta tra,R f as the matter with 'The MutAdlf :"a,l"r ' -Northwest Quarter of Sect "I sickened of being Joshed about it," said the. owner, with a sigh. "There Isn't a hoy within two biILm DYLDUR License Films Wife's Investment Pathe Comedy Between Love and Law Selig The Country School Teacher Lubin. All Good Matinee at 2 O'clock Night Show Opens at 6 Admission 5 & 10c 1 8 ion 24 Township 27, North Rangf jEast, Craig County Oklahoma. That the said William F. Witt and hereabouts who hasn't Etopped and ! Dannie N. Witt, lather and mother of rung the doorbell to ask If the colo-,the deceased minor, respectively, arc nel was in." Lipplncott's Magazine. the only persons who have appeared and claimed any interest in and to Last Omnibus In Paris. said estate. In the course of adminis- Under the headline "It Was the (ration up to the time of making order Last" the Paris Matin tells the story for this notice of the passing of the last horse omnt-1 That you and all other persons not bus. The veh c e was one of the last u - , j t , . . T . ,u " ? herein named, who have or claim any to make way for the motor buses. ri,,, . . . . , . ' whirh nnw h.v n r'Kht. tM"' )r Interest in said estate the trolley lines. Th driver mm 38 hpilB or otherwise, are cited to 1 no driver wora the uniform of a hearse driver and the women who sat outside were dressed In deep mourning. ap pear before this Court at the Court Room thereof, In Vinita, Craig Countv Inside sat Oklahoma, on Wednesday the 26th a company of newspaper men. All day of Feburnry, A. D. 1913 at 10 along the route followed by the "last o'clock a. m. of ' said day, and exhibit of its family" the people cheered and and prove as required by law, your sang. and. "taken as a whole," says respective claims of heirship, owner- the writer, "it w.s a most notable shi or intert.gt , Baid e8taU an(J function . .... show cause why said decree of distri bution should not be made. Dated December 26th 1912. JAMES F. McCULLOCGH Clerk of the Connty Court. FARM LOANS Wt have unlimited fi choice Farm Lands at low rate of interest. Best Contract and Payment Privilege in Soathwest SEE US BEFORE BORROWING One Way to Live. The Oadbys put on a great many airs for people of limited means." Whv ihAliUn't tliarf T1tt. o. may be limited, but their credit (1 Davenport & Rye alte eatenalve." 1 Attorneys. 18-21 PARKER-WISE INV. CO With Farmers State Bank. The city tarns ambi tion into selfish greed; there, no mat ter what you get, you want more. I lie City h. 5. Koih GRAND THEATRE, TUEi., i$?"W.