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o o LOCAL AND PERSONAL o jj ooooooooooooooooo JOS. A. Cill was at Prvor vostenlnv on business. State Bank Commissioner J. D. Lauk ford, of Oklahoma City, was in the city this morning on route to Pryor. on oifieial busings. He was aecom- I... .- .... IM'ui'u u oi'iifuiy v. i,. jteni board. M. J. Spauldir.g was a business visi tor at Prycr this afternoon. Mrs. George Couch ard Mrs. Tom Israboll are visiting in Parens. of j Xo child in Yinita shall go with. nit ja happy Christinas, is the imrnoso of Ross Bonnet will loavo .Monday even- the Good IVIIjw movement, hero from ing for Dam ille, 111., for a two weeks Frank Camp is here from Grove vacation from his duties at the Frisco, looking after business interests Mrs. Bonnet lias been visiting in thai I John and Jim lbkrr r- ..... city for the past, several wet Us and j visitors from Ai'ton this afternoon, t !;.(. jack.-t this wiil return to h. r homo with Mr. IV- j Major II. C. Casey is holding a sale !Kt- jot Indian lands at Pryor this afternoon. Tiif o,':.ty u-aohers are holding aj Regular meeting of the Eastern aeeting in the high school buihlini: : Stars will be held Trmrs.lnv .v.-m,r A number of splendid ! Mrs. B. A. McFarland left last even- lddresses and musical numbers are ing over the K'atv for a visit at Kai.n c-, ... r , , . - - I oam uujip was uown irom Che- Herman Gray was taken into ous topa, Kans.. this morning. odv last nieht at th- if:.rv.. ,!, house on the charge of boiiis insarc. H ' 4 S (I. n. -a. conkung is iUre from Nevada, the state bankin MO. Silas Clawon is visit! Tulsa. .1. F. Murphy went to Bluejacket t morning. T. D. Cox was morning. -Mrj. Joe lh,ni i repor iously ill. Liicien .Maduox is hero from South- this afternoon era Texas. ur. ll. L,, Jlorton went to Waeoner on the irocra:n -.uui tlio nfoi.m io k.. Mrs. Pearl Dickerson. a lister of Gray, will arrive from Oswego this evening and take charge of the unf'Tunato mnn. lie sor ing thoroughly enjoyed by the larg this morning. R. E. Thompson went to Big Cabin number of teachers in attendance this morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Hall are here From Monday s Daily, from Muskogee. , S. B. Churchill is at St. Louis. u- t-Aurcmil returned this morn-' Sol Osborn was here Sunday fro ing irom Kansas City. Pryor. A. A. Buchanan is here from Nowata , T. P. Dewey is in town from Cen- . oa business as an attorney. tralia. j M. J. Spaulding returned yesterday I II. C. Cusey went to Parsons, Kans., avjKfternocn fro ma business trip south, this morning. 1' W. M. Malone returned last night from a business trip to Oklahoma City. W. G. Reamer is preparing to go to Corpus Christ!, Tex., to spend the win ter. Nathan Bazey is here from Enid with a view of locating in the farm loan business. a. u. uennett returned yesterday afternoon from a day's business visit at Pryor There, were about thirty shoppers down from Welch and Bluejacket this afternoon There, are only eleven more days until Christmas and eight more shop ping days There, was the largest crowd of country people in town today for sev eral weeks Miss Anna McDaniel camo up this morning from Big Cabin where she lis teaching school There will be a Sunday school party f it, tne nome or Mr. and Mrs. Davis 2, Hill this evening. f . W. T- Writrht arrive.! l:it min t from his home in Iago, Texas, for a ' i?.w days visit here. Mrs. Willis Burchett has been very ill for the past week but is reported f to be slightly improved today. Dr. T. T. Wimer returned last night from Chicago where he has been at tending a progressive convention. j uThe high school students were given a free show at the Lyric after the bas- i. .et-ball game was over last night. V. Ted Trolinger. came up from Adair jesieruay auernoon to attend the basket-ball game last night and to visit friends. L. W. Marks and a force of men to- i day started work building the ap proaches at the ends of the new Bull creek bridge. I Roy Ledmann was bound over on five hundred dollar bond in the TJ. S. commissioner's court this morning on a liquor charge. T A ItfP'iplnnr! T.li. .,... .'..-... - - . -, - twiu.uu, iuiiiiouii uaaiuu and other Vinita stockholders went to Ketchum yesterday to organize the new bank at that place. Misses Agnes Coyne and Nell Gar- ' vin returned to their home at Welch yesterday afternoon after spending the day shopping in this city. f Mr. O. W. T.ennett wife and Aaufh. ter arrived this morning from Parsons, Ivans., to spend Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Morning. Mrs. J. B. Scklicht returned to her home in Scilio, Okla., this morning after a two weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. J. N. Walker. A marriage license was issued yes terday afternoon to Robert Moore, age 23, of Nevada, Mo., and Miss Mae Williams, age 17, of Yinita. Bon. J. DS'Lankford, bank commis sioner, and 'Hon.' F. E. Dennis, mem- i her of the banking board, were guests ,of V. M. Malone this morning. Go to the new Empire restaurant for good chilli, for Griffin makes the best. All kinds of short orders served quick ly. Opened today in the Empire build ing. Ed. White and family moved to Spavinaw today where Mr. White goes to take charge of the commissary de partment of the new M. O & G. railroad. Andy Hume spent Sunday in fiis city from Welch. Lucian Maddox is visiting friends in Franklin, Kans. J. II. Holmboe arrived last evening from Oklahoma City. Mrs. L. S. Worden came up this morning from Big Cabin. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Nichols ha v.? returned from Kansas City. Rev. J. W. Roper left on the Flyer this morning lor Muskogee. Mrs. Ewing Halscll has returned from a visit in Kansas City. Amos Stoalabarger took the morn ing Katy north this morning. Chas. H. Riedemann left last even ing for St. Louis on business. The stock of the old Hudson drug store is being sold at auction. Congressman James S. Davenport re turned from Washington today. Mr. and Mrs. Pryor Farley came down this morning from Oswego. W. E. Corlett is at Pensacola look ing after some building contracts. Ben Rose went to Bluejacket this morning and is hunting in that vicinity today. I Charley Martin has returned from Collinsville where he has business property. Mrs. S. D. Stipps is here from Kan sas City, the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Williams. T. M. Wheeler and Rev. W. F. Par ker were among the arrivals from Pig Cabin this morning. Joe lligdon was in town this morn ing en route from his home at Adair o Siloam Springs, Ark. City. WouIdn'L you fool good on Christmas morning to know that every child in the city was happy? The regular meeting of the Yinita Chapter, No. 20, O. E. S.. will be held m next Thursday evening. The ladies of the Methodist church will hold a rummage sale in the Bar rett basement next Saturday. J. L. Trout, John Ballet, Ed Ballet and W. T. Hallet were among the vis itors from Big Cabin this morning. Mrs. Frank Williams and Miss Maud Williamson went to Altamont, Kans., this morning for a visit with friends. John Holland of Porum, Okla., a son of P. II. Holland of this city, has leased the Frisco Hotel and took charge today. Help make all Yinita happy on Christinas day. Send a small contri bution to the Good Fellows to help provide a real Christmas for Yinita's poor children. The little folks w ill be the principals in tho Christmas entertainment to be given at the Presbyterian church next Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bennet and daughter returned to their home In Parsons, Kans., after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Morning. Rachel Leforce, daughter of Jas. S. and Mrs. Leforce died of spinal men ingitis last night at C o'clock. Of the three cases reported in Vinita two proved fatal. The ladies of the .Methodist church who have prepared articles for the rummage sale Saturday are requested to bring them to the Barrett basement Thursday or Friday afternoon. HJOM THURSDAY'S DULV B. A. McFarland wort to Pryor this morning on business. Berry Rich wont to SiloaNi-.rings last night on business. Ross Bennett leaves tonight for a visit at his old homo in Danville. Hi. Mrs. Garland Mans went to Tulsa this morning for a f . w days visit with friends. Miss Crilla Belle Hickman returned this morning from a week's isit in Coffeyville. Willard Yoylos and wife are rojoic iug at the birth of a very nice girl baby, born to them last night. The insane asylum buildings are be ing rushed to completion. The elec tric light plant is now In operation. County Surveyor George Ashby drove thirteen miles northwest this morning to lay out the Comfort road. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Cope died this morning. Taylor & Henderson aro in charge of the funeral. Dick Oskinson, B. K. and H. V. Montgomery and Z. Peariman motored ia from Centralia to see "Freckles" last night. The police arrested Willie Rogers, colored, last night on a charge of dis turbing the peace. His case came up before Judge Williams this afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Jackson and Mrs. I. B. Fluke returned from Oklahoma City where they have been attending the state rally of the Maccabees of the World. John Dickerson, brotlu-r-in-law of Herman Gray, who was taken in charge by the police on an insanity charge, took the unfortunate man to Oswego last night. County Surveyor George Ashby sur veyed a highway bridge across Russell creek, on the main road between Welch and Chetopa yesterday. Work on the new bridge will begin. Monday. Albert Clinkscales returned last night from Booneville, Mo., where he has boon attending the Kemper mili tary school. He will visit at home during the holidays. The marriage license department ,i . . . . c .asses noi snowing as much decline what he cannot get out of books he as steers. Country buying last week supplies from his own abundant source iiuei.ii, i...ihi. neaa to tr.at trade, as compared with 10,00.1 bead same woek last year. Trade eased off a little at the end of the week, and the flood of fed tattle today shakes the confidence of country buyers a little. though session, a non-partisan organ tomposod of all tho farmers of knowledge. Ho was speaker pro ('in oi tho iast legislature, has been t tonspicious figure in southern Okla homa politics for jears and has a fol lowing which is attached to hinide votedly. For a time it was thoncht they are still paying p to that he was tied no lihll... ,mf-,. ... . .or iveue.s, a.al for fancy was thd Nvilh u,c f.mm.rs. cau. " fieeis. nogs u council heavily ens last last woek. and the market is barely iation. s.e.u.y ,oua. run .v-o ,,ead, top j bot!l ,10Ust;3 of . ,iri,,ntnro ,,. ,. bulk ?7.ori U) ?7.o, Kt.(.(,illts on two or thno ocrasion3 he dcmou are fairly liberal, and weight is in- Crated his independence and voted creas.eg. which puts the run a little against the farmers caucus measures aoovo fresh meat requirements, which lIe is m a JOUI1r man l)ut a force. :s a point where packers begin to fl,i character and as combative as fight tho market relentlessly. They Uohin Hood simply will not pack hogs at present Crawford was considered the floor rates, but demand a seven cent mar- loadcr ot tho administration during ket. Ihe sheep market acquired con- tho ,ast SPS8ioilf although ho freqaont. 0,ue..,u,e oioom iasi weoK, uiougi, not y broke away form the Cruce recom as much as it is said by sellers to be .Herniations, IMltablv in the capitol entitled to. Outside points report ox- commission light and the abolition of eessivo supplies today, and there is iMs Haid that ho is Uu; candidate of a temporary backset, though top lambs tho administration for speaker, ho de- uiougiu ..,.) touay. noaiers believe nies this and says that he Is for Cruce when he thinks the governor Is right and against him when he think3 the governor is wrong. At tho last session he was chairman of the committee of on appropriations which is by far the most important committee of the house organization FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER EX- and he was reconized as being anim- heavy runs no ware at the expense of later supplies, which make's the situa tion look good for most o fthe Colo rado feeders. Light yearlings bring nn in 47 no u ,,i 1, ci mi "1 v" ' . the committee tootling iambs ?t;.. to 17.1a. AMINATION Saturday, January 18, 1913 The United States Civil Service Commission announces that on the date named above an examination will be held at Yinita, Oklahoma, as a re sult of which it is expected to make partial distributor of the state's mon ey and a close student of the revenue proposition. Each of the candidates claim the election. Crawford's manager as sert that he has already thirty-six votes pledged to him, which leaves Charley and W. T. McNeily, two and county judge did a rushing busi woll known farmers living several 'ness yesterday afternoon. Four li miles northwest of this city received jcenses were issued and the judge tied news yesterday of the death of an three of the knots, the principal par uncle, Mr. L C. Dean at his home in ties in these being: Clarence Fox, witt m- jage 22, and Miss Mable Stevenson, James 0. Campbell, age 2.!, of age 22, both being from Bartlett, Spit-liars, Grundy county, Mo and Okla. Walter J. Sheffield, age 24, and,11"3 examination can bo secured from Miss Georgia Davis, age thirty, of j Miss Ethel Cox, age 19, both of Welch. itne postmaster at Big Cabin and the Ketchum, Mayes county, Okla., wore A. Gregg Ross and Miss Deane Simp Mrs. Caroline Badgett arrived last; united in marriage yesterday after-!son, age IS, both of Prairie Grove veiling from Muskogee for a week's visit with friends in this city. Mrs. Joe Wheat and children re turned last evening from a few days visit with relatives at Quinton, Okla. Clarence Carmicle left last night foi st. Louis to visit a brother who was noon by Justice Ed. A. Stanley. If you knowr a family in distress write a letter to Mr. Good Fellow and give him the street address of this family. He will see that a Christmas present is sent them. W. M. Malone went to Tulsa today Injured recently in a wreck. His place on business and expects to return at the fire department is being filled i Wednesday. by Felix Ridenhour. Dr. p. M. Adams, superintendent of Bud Campbell came up this mon.- the hospital for the insane at Yinita, ing from Pensacola and says that will be open for the reception of pa- nil OA Set iVin Un- ., 1, -. !.. '.. . f""-'' ia """"J. "us iwene neovments about January 15. Arrange- buildings under construction and all ilaces are doing a good business and the new hotel almost completed. Ark. "" Claude Nugent returned from Kan sas City this morning. A new skating rink is under con struction on South Scraper street. Commissioner Addis A. Brown put J. A. Davis under $7f0 bond to appear j before the federal grand jury. ' The express and mail men are over worked these days with the extra work that Christmas time always brings to them. The case of W. C. Chamberlin, who certification to fill a contemplated only ,ive short of the nomination, vacancy in tho position of fourth class Williams friends are not giving out postmaster or class (a) at Big Cabin, any '8tlniate or his strength, but Oklahoma, and other vacancies as K,vo Crawford credit for only sixteen they may occur at that office, unless votos at thfi Ul0st- Th,y declair that it shall be decided in the interests of Williams has the lead and that ho the service to fill the vacancy by re- wiH como undl'r tho w,ro an easy instatement. The compensation of wln,isr w'ieu the caucus vote is taken, tho postmaster at this office was $808 Maxey'8 campaign has boon vigoroua for the last fiscal year. ,y carried oni all over tho state. But Age limit, 21 years and over on the no statements aro forthcoming as to date of the examination, with the ex- hi3 P1edSd votes, although, it , is. conn-, ception that in a state where women tlenUy stated that he Js going to be are declared by statute to be of full thore with the KraP8 at the finish, age for all purposes at 18 years, wo- T"f!r 'e more than thirty mem men IS years of age on the date of bcra of th9 last house re-elected and the examination will be admitted. Ap- 11118 'loiaver ouncn is going to cut plicants must reside within the ter- a Iot of Ice befre tho last rolo is call- ritory supplied by the post office for rd- W- A- 1)urant. present speaker, which the examination is announced. ls managing tho Crawford campaign. Durant Is associated with Charles N. Haskell in the street railroad project, and other things and his connection with the Crawford candidacy leads to the belief that Haskell Is behind Crawford, although Haskell himself is not paying a word. Maxey and Wlll- The examination is open to all citi zens of the United States who can comply with the requirements. Application forms and full informa tion concerning the requirements of local secretary at Vinita or from the iams appear to be managing their own U. S. Civil Service Commission. Wnsli- rampaiK.1. Here where John B, Dpob ington, 1). C. ln J,tm Frnniw, John R. Williams and Applications should be properly ex- ;thc roBt 0? Ule wdmiiilatratlon people ecuted and filed with the Commission ilre congregated, it Is absolutely irri at Washington within 7 days before Pos-dldc to get any kind of a line on the date of the examination, other- t,ie speakership, further than the re wise it may be impracticable to ex- I)(iated declaration that tho admlnis amine the applicants. d-w tration is taking no hand In the fight V. S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, A HOT FIGHT ' from Norman as soon as the manage Tim i ' i (1 rr m . n DMnlAr1 i x : u : I . , . ... .v J.ut,.w.l, iu Muwiuu ment nere are ready to receive them Busey, in the sum of $300 by the coun ty court, by default, several months ago, was set aside this morning on a motion filed by Mayor J. C. Starr. City ments have been made for the recep-:j3 charged with assault with attempt tion of SOI patients. Sheriff-elect to kill, in Joplin. has been continued jbmartt will bring these unforunatei rrom WtCnescUr'a Dally. J. E. Gillespie is here from Spavi- Attorney Simms testified that he had naw- filed a demurrer to the suit and that in some way it had been lost and never became a part of the records in the case. When the, case was called several months ago the city attorney did not appear in court and the judg ment was granted the plaintiff by de fault. In view of the fact that the city attorney believed the demurrer was on file and a part of the records, Judge Parks set aside the judgment and Joe Fisher is here from Oklahoma City. ' ; Dr. O. J. Byrd was down from Fair land Tuesday,'' 'B. F. Goudy of Chetopa was in the city this morning. Mrs. Bert Chandler and children are visiting at Muskogee. Mrs. Joseph Hunt is still very siok at her home east of town. R. E Admisson was among the visi- until the next term of court. Most of the cases in the district court are being continued until the February term, by that time the court house will be in new quarters. The local postoflice has received sup plies for, and are making arrange ments to handle the parcels post sys tem which goes In effect January 1. Harry O. McMahon and Miss Lulu Sith were unl' Ji in marriage at the home of the bride's uncle, Ferd Etter, last night. Judge Ed. A. Stanley offici ated. The wedding was a surprise to the many friends of the young people. FOR SPEAKERSHIP All are Claming a Victory, but It lS Impossible to Get a Clear Line on any of Them , and will be satisfied with whatever selection the caucus makes. This 'sounds alright to an outsider, but the insider know that it Is just as Imposs ible for a scrap of this kind to go on without Doolin and Frame and Will iams dipping In it as It is for a ship to sail without a rudder. At that, they may be of tho opinion that It l ,too early to get In deep and want to test the tempature of tho wster be. fore taking the final plunge, STATE TEACHERS MEET DEC. 26. , J Oklahoma City, Ok.; Dec. 16. W.''" Oklahoma City. Okla;. Dec. 17. E. Gill of Tahlequah, president of the The fight for the speakership of the, Northeastern State Normal School house of representatives is getting antl president of the State Teachers' warm. The democrats have a clear Association expects more than 2,000 " granted a new trial of the case at the, tors from Welch today. next term of the county court. Busey Hon. Jas. S. Davenport is at cl:ire-jO brought suit to recover S,r00. allerp.i more todav on business. O majority In the house and the choice to 'attend the annual gathering of of the democratic caucas is sure of teachers here December 26 to 28. At election. The demoomta hava rftrhtv the first general session, on the after- wwwwwvuwwwuwuuu ( votes sure, and this gives them a two Thursday, Dec. 26, President 9 ithirds majority if they stand solid on Gil1 wllt deliver the annual address. u KANSAS CITY STOCK party measures. Frank J. Wikoff, MARKET to be due him as salary for street commissioner. A number of tho young people of the city enjoyed a dance at the Chero- From Tuesday's Dally. It. E. Lee was here from Adair this morning. Barber Churchill and Chas. Heido inann are home from St. Louis. Mrs. Mary Skinner left for Dallas OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO president of the Ok- 0 There are three announced candi- 'ahoma City Chamber of Commerce, juuit.9 iur me spearKersnip anu tney "" ' 'j""iuuuuib. e-u.oiuiiouu- kee Club rooms last night. A travel ing colored orchestra furnished the , morning, Tiusic. ? The Presbyterian and the Methodist iilipq arp l.nlflmpr lmars tnrl:iv The former at the church building and the 'Methodist ladies at the Barrett base-jVaent. There were a number of Adair peo ple came up from that place yesterday .Texas Wednesday are all beating the brush to beat the or)t ot Oklahoma City schools, will j band. They are J. H. Maxey or Mus- niake addresses or welcome, and the Kansas City Stocy Yards. Dec 1C :kogee, J. Hoy Williams of Law-ton and response for the association will be by today to visit her daughter, Mrs. BIihToo many fed cattle at all the mar-'John P. Crawford of Ada. AH of them E- D- Murdaugh, president of the Dur- ikets last week injected considerable ! are well known over the state. ant State Normal. Miss Eldee Starr and Miss Mary, weakness into the market on that Up to this time the race for speak- Among the out-of-state speakers Gulager, of Tahlequah, are visiting rnA n;.rfifniriv t,T.,- .,n tt,nM, rr ima t.r,. ,. ii.,i ..nn t.,.- ....! ,..v,-, . , . A r T'rtiinott wont t.. rr-,. , , l"""1' i,v.-j c..o, iwiu uiuu6u -v.- rvniu Ul DUU J.IU111. UUUM . " liwac I1UUIOB UyiJOUI' Oil U16 OlUCiai ------ - - -rfv. --- ' ICltlUTCO morning J. E. Armstrong is here today from BluejacJiet. Mrs. E. A. Miner is visiting relatives in St. Louis. a wnoie. excessive receipts nut as tne ngnt draws near its cose tendent of Schools of North Carolina- f cattle today at all points struck jthere are outcroppings here and there Dr. Carrol C. Pearse, Superintendent stock cattle and feeders held nn steady It has been more of a nueRtinn of iwr. nroe-rnms urn nr. Tlnhert v o.nva nt Seth Cope and wife are the happy n,.. . n.nri ,.( .-r--.i-..i nm annni nnnpioriLr 4 u n -,..i,i .1.... t- t v ti r..- .T.ulcrp .7os A Gill went tr Prvni- hi. . ........ v.... . I " i" aujimuj, .jo, ueu.i-i, i. joiner. BMW Dupenu- - .jv. iuo.Bams ut ivvnis, a uoy anu a gin, taken as a wholi born this morning. FY. 1 , It ,.. , . W in IUnerai OI Utile ItaCUel l.e- flip ninrl.it in a ilcf,on..lo i-.n;ItiMi whth olvo nmn ,-!.!-.--, , .. . i i ru.. i?,.i.i.. .. tii i txr tt force, who died of spinal meningitis and declines today range from 10 to old time scrap before the vote in the Bruce, president of the Denton, Tex., took place today. 2j cents. The run here is 17,000 and caucus is taken. state Normal School, and Miss Flor Mrs. W. O. Davis left this morning n rhi.am in ruin mh-v i;m,i,.n.. mv,v ....", ' n, .,., ... ... ... W C Wrirht will return in fatm f -. i n i . , .i i 1 .U.Uo..iv,, .,-vtJ, '" cvu -u uie iast i-egis- tuco vvaiu, in cnarge ui me Kinaer w. t. ungnt win return to Iago(jf0r Nashville. Ark., to sped the holi- ftf shm-f r,i t,u ..,ta r ...i. i.,tr f--.,,,, . ... . . ... .. ...... . - . -.-. .v, --" n.., ,vi muni iu"i -uwnnoiuiuHj tuuiuj. vi siiiue.i uopa i iiiieii i oi cue Iowa isiaie days with her parents. of the surpiU8 today, and there are that time he was a resident of Shaw- during the general sessions will be Joe Chambers and bride passed different explanations of why so many .nee, but has since moved to Muskogee John H. Bowers, dppartment of ped- through last night en route to St. feeders decided to ship now. The'and was this time selected from that agogy, A. & M. College, Stillwater, Louis on a wedding trip. 'most plausable one is that feeders soe County. He took a prominent part Dr. Stratton D. Brooks, president of The I aimers Institute of Craig a profit, and prefer to take it tha-.i in all or the debates of the Insf Rossi the strife TTnivpr.itv ua At,.T,. county is in session today. A delegate to w ait an.l taiv f iunw.s sl.-u i, LnH . .. aa , , . t,--.a fn, ' .. unty, Missouri. The finest shipped leceive contributions for the fund to i8 to be elected to the state conven-'nro u " " ZZ n i , 7, '77 7 , 7 . Vu I , V i repauiory , - .v.,v ..v. u..v.v-.u w.uuia vi mat, uuu j . jie oviiwi, ui. J. 11. XBM luge, I-rOKIueut USinil desir to clean lm lfrro Ptirit. ta a v-uinr n-on lon-.m. .,,. .,. "v.-I.t v..r. 1 1 . r wr V n tlnvat niK T)nv wiu r. i . , , 1 v.... . ja a o-iu nao a. umjiiwui u-iicgB lor . oiuen, t uicii- - - i v line uuiiKuifs was suoi l-CilaliKeu Miss Lorraine Drake returned this Frank Victor was down from Afton 'on the south-bound Katv last nieht. he afternoon to witness the basket-ball t There are only six more shopping same at the high school building last days until Christmas. night. I G. N. Bebout was at Pryor this aft- There will be a car load of apples ernoon on business. on the Katy track Monday from Platte All this week Mr. Good Fellow will county, Missouri. The finest shipped 1'iere this season. W. L. Gibson for make Vinita children happy on Christ-Jtion at Stillwater, January 13. . .... Scorning from Nevada, Mo., where sue yestcruay atternoon. claims by a newsboy. Gonzales claims has been attending the Cottie College. Boss Bennett will leave this evening to have bought a pint of liquor from She will visit her parents a few days for a visit at Adrian, Mo. that school. this morning on bualness, the newsboy and gave a ten dollar 'the change. mas is having i's influence. Bulk of .large following throughout the state, asha; Charles EvanH, president of the the fed steers are off half a dollar Williams is by way of being an ed- Edmond Normal, and State Superin from a week ago, selling at $6.o0 to itor, and his passion is the school tondent R. II. Wilson. $9.00, best quarantine steers today at (system. Any time you want to get Th vnrin,,, hron,s i oti.nii in D i . i i 1 1 . i i i v - i-iiu,m im i f ivi mu nn niu r rir ntt r, r . . . before againg taking up her studies at Florence A Roberts went to Pryor Ibill from which he failed to get back W at$5.r,0 to J6.73. bulls M.50 tl ZrC JZ It J? I6.00, veals up to $10.00, the butcher is right there with all the dope and oral convention.