The Calumet Chieftain (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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; ALU WET CHIEFTAIN
Published Every Thursday.
PHONE NO. 19
Price $1 per Year, invariably in
S A. rENN, Editor
Knteted h- second class matter at th ■
ooatoftice at Calumet, Oklahoma, Alt
fust 14, 1H08 Under the Act of March
Advertising will be charged
for by the insertion. Church and
nouncements published free.
Lengthy obituary notices and
poetry in connection with same
will be charged for at one-half
« U 1V T C H 1 K V 1' A t
In time of war the pr ddent of th«
Un ted stains is toamudir in chief
of the army and navy. The member*
of his ea'lnet are responsible to him
MrMwOy, not ti etmr«M. None o|
them i;i. • he removed without his con-
sent, except by Impeachment.
Sit. stand and wa'k erect. Till*
keeps our circulation in order and also
expands our lun s to the fullest. Ha
rtral-ht like the Indian who 1 elteved I
In being erect, and in reaching his
highest stature that he r i-itt the bet-
tor listen to the voice of the Or at
Spirit.—Camp Fire Magazine Kokepo.
The value of birds to man is based
principally on their feeding habits.
The r greatest he'p 's ' rough t <• r
activity in eating harmful insects,
their esj^s ani1 lnrvae. Without tins
constant aid. we won d be poweiless
to protect our trees and crops trom
the ravages of caterpillars, beetle*,
boror* and such croaturci.
SEE J. \V. HAY DON' fo
i Hartford Fire Insurance Polict
uid you nee l net worry about
lightning:, fires tornadoes m
Our advertisers nIvv i\-■ '
some bargains lor our readers.
I Many of our readers who
were in arrears have already re-
I tnded to the notices sent out
to tln ni by renewing their sub-
scription Yet there are others.
In ti \t Liberty Loan drive
the la -1 w. . in it em-
ber. Are you read\ 7
DISTRICT JUDGE JOHN W.
In assuming control of the
Chieftain we realize the job is no
small one to keep the ptipcr u;
to tha standard of excellency
Candidate far Re-election.
To the Voters of Canadian and Ok la-
hema Counties: I am a candidate to
succeed myself as one of the judges of
the 13th Judicial District composed of
Oklahoma and Canadian counties. 1
believe my many years of experience
on the bench throughly enab.es me to
fully appreciate the duties and respon-
sibilities of the oflice. l have done my
best in the past four years to till the
position in a creditable manner, and
n-el that 1 have rendered you rockI
i service. The office is one that calls
which has characterized the ' l or a great deal of painstaking work
Chieftain in the past, and to and di • ent study. I have ahirki-d n..
merit the splendid patronage wJ
always given it. . . Uo. and im,mrtiality. Most of you j
We have not come at the er-i :ite acquainted with ti e character of
nest solicitation of friends nor to m ice 1 have rendered during my term
flu A long felt want, but to give have placed
the people ot Calumet a credit- ^ ^ harlds, an<i by reason thereof
able newspaper and make an ,,, l t „ ,,nd term, as one of your
honest living. ■ ict Judges, I would appre-
We have no Ion* list of promis- •
We conpiHer eacb trust a
sacred obligation We fulfill
our duties in an able dignified
manner. Our record for fair
dealing is well known, fairne-s
in everything s the motto <>I
JACOBI and ELLIOTT
Phcne 177 El Reno, Ok la.
Special Short i ime
Offer to Old Subscribers
andi New Subscribers
We have just entered into a contract with the publishers of
The Weekly Kansas City St a:
whereby we will for n short time accept subscriptions to I he < id
umet Chieftain and to The Weekly Star at the price of one dollar and
ot'n Papers $i,10 A Year
Dr. W. R. Miller.
Office Hours—9 to 12 a. m,, 2
to 5 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 12 a.m.
PHONES Office 60. Res. 49.
cs to make the people, but • ;:il
strive to give the people the j
home news so far as we are able
to get it, but being only fc-;mun j
have only the senses of ordinary
men — nut even a mind read
Hence we ask the help ol th'1
people in securing these items
I • -
write or tell us about it and we
will have a little paper that a;!
will be proud to receive.
We shall strive always to V
loyal to our government, on the
right si tie of every issue u.r t
betterment of the community
and to i,i.tke Calumet a bctu 1
place to iive.
Vi y truly yours
S. A. Penn
,ur vote at the polls.
JOHN W. HAYSON.
C.T11T I AIN AM) STAR
Department forbids publisher
A new ruling of the war industries
s newspapers already being
tt i n the essential list, but or- .
■r.s th i no new papers be started.
. aral drastic regulations have been
wspapers as well as other .
One Is that all subscrip- i
i ! red collected In advance.
e the consumption of paper
cent. No copies to be sent
unl' - paid for regularly.
ig means that you will have
or by order of the U. S.
list. We do not wish to
persons name from Lite lis! j
, • a u ! ■':
dropped. W" have m id'- ,
Star whereby you may get
^(>i u i;m s out skili
Can you plate a value <>n
Our paper need no ; troduetlon to the reading public of
Canadian County Its ii.-w s service, local, stale and national, is design-
ed to meet the neetls of Canadian County pet pie. its com try corn .-| ond-
ence blankets the Coun'y and alone makes The t'.ilument Chiellitin
worth the subscription price.
The Weekly Kansas City Star is a farm paper and a family
paper in one It is edited by II. ury .I. Waters, who recently resigned
the presidency of the Kansas State Agricultural College. Besides pra-
ctical farm information, ii conlains cart ons, serial stories, editorials
by i'heodore Roosevelt, and s ee il departments that make it of inter-
est to every member of the farm f tnily.
THIS OFFER 15 LIMITED!
Get both papers at the of 41.10. Send or bring $1.10 to
The Calumet Chieftain oflice. We will sec that you receive The Week-
ly Kansas City Star one y<' ir an I will send our paper one year or ex-
tend your subscription one year.
The Calumet Chieftain.
No! Then, naturally you should
entrust the examination to nhe
most reliable optician whose
you need glasses or a change of
the correct glasses lor youi
| Gr* rue • : ; Rv.'.U •„ ^
200 South Rock Island
Calumet Produce House
For Batter, Gvoam, Cggs,
Poultry and Hides
'Phone No. .r><>
J NO. A. CANON
! wa 'id Is food lost and no
■y can replace ft.
Wa.«'e and want are twin sisters
and neither beautiful.
control your neigh-
. die all re
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Oklahoma City, U. S. A.
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Penn, S. A. The Calumet Chieftain (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1918, newspaper, September 5, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168173/m1/3/: accessed November 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.