The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 283, Ed. 1 Monday, October 1, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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15he Daily Chieftain.
Vinita'a Offlcil Paper
a. M MoCLINTOCK - - " Editor
J. F MURPHY - Business Mamuic'
Official Paper of Cherokee Nation
For rublisliiiiu Leaws and Sales of Lands Allotted to or
Inherited by Fullblood Cherokee Indians.
;THE DAILY CHIEFTAIN
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Three months by mall. In advance ?
Monday VINITA OKLA. October 1
A Hit A NT DEMAGOG UKBTi
"We demand the enactment of such legislation as
will effectually destroy all trusts" asserts the Iowa
Democratic platform. What the Iowa Democrats say is
not especially Important as no one ever takes any no ce
. v. u.t nvnantntinn that the Darty will ever
of it or has the least expei.iiwun umi
he srl ven the chance of t ry Intf to enact its policies into
law. But the above declaration is an example of the
Democrat ic riemagotfuery that Is now so rampant.
How will the Iowa Democrats destroy the trust!'
There never has been a campaign shouter from Bryan
down who had the least idea of how to go about the
task Trusts can be dest royed In only one way and that
Is thru the destruction oi all modern business. The
special privileges which some trusts now enjoy can be
taken away railroad rebates and discriminations may be
forbidden trusts may and should be regulated and con-
trolled but the absolute destruction of the trusts is but-
silly twaddle and any man who has even a rudimentary
knowledge of political economy ought to know it.
The trust can produce and market its goods more
cheaply than can small compet ing firms it can better
avoid the evils of the over-production which always re-
sults from hot competition and is followed by panic and
it Is therefore an economic advance that is just as irrev-
ocable as was the advance from slavery to free labor.
The Republican party In seeking to regulate the
trusts and thus preserve their benefits while destroying
their evils is in line with progess: the Democratic
party in contacting to destroy the trusts is promising
something just as Impossible of fulfillment as It would
be to restore slavery however much such statesmen as
JelT Davlid Henry M. Furman andothers ot that ilk
might wcftae the change.
What iiPK past and cannot return and unre-
strained fcut-thrpat competition is fast passing away.
Trusts colnbi nations call them what you will are here
to stay. The statesmanlike thing to do is to recognize
this fact and deal with it accordingly.
that party are threatening
New York. TI19 Sun speaks aptly iiugnes
would certainly be a bull in the china closet. IDs party
would not dare nominate him. lie would be shelved by
Roosevelt and kept out of the race."
The Oklahoman's foresight has always been of a re-
markably peculiar quality but any paper after a tiling
has happened ought to recognize that the time for pre-
dicting it will not happen is past. Yet here is Satur-
day's Oklahoman calmly assuring its readers that the
New York Bepublicans. who nominated Mr. Hughes on
Thursday would not dare to do It and that President
Roosevelt who urged Hughes' nomination and was the
first to congatulatc him would shelve him. Verily for
"modern" journalism the Oklahoman takes the prize
KORNEGAY STANDS VAT.
W. II. Kornegay still refuses to endorse the kind of in-
itiative and referendum that W. J. Bryan wants that
the farmers' unions have all endorsed and that has been
In successful operation in Oregon for four years. 1 JiT lie
most sublimely ridiculous part of his performance how-
ever Is hisclaim that the Oregon initiative and referen-
dum Is impracticable and is in the interests of the cor-
porations. As a matter of fact the corporations opposed
the measure at the time of its enactment oppose it now
and are trying to secure its repeal
And as to its not working well unfortunately for Mr.
Kornegay's assertions it hat worked most successfully
as the gentleman will discover from a study of the figures
of the past two elections in Oregon or by readitig the
opinion of the Portland Oregoman the leading news-
paper on the northwest coast or by corresponding with
any of the officials of the Oregon Referendum league.
The facts point so strongly against Mr. Kornegay's
conclusions that if we did not know that he is always
right and never can make a mistake we should Jbe In-
clined to believe that he had done so in this instance.
For Safe at a Bargain
Three and one-half acres joj
in the tnwnsite: erood 3-roJ
house barn other outbuilding!
all go very cheap. ee
J. T. RAGA
Missouri Kansas & Texas
5 Railway Time Card
M A IN PI t DAL
IN THfc NORTH
THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND.
DOESN'T FEAR INCONSISTENCY.
Tie Muskog2e Times-Democrat take Guthrie Re-
publicans to task for having nominated HenryAsp San-
ta Fe solicitor as a delegate to the constitutional con-
vention. The T.-D. is supporting ior election to the
constitutional convention from Muskogee C. N. Has-
kell who. tho nominated as a non-partisan candidate
Is a Democrat. Mr. Haskell is a railroad builder if our
memory serves us correctly.
Now a railroad attorney may be a much worse man
than a railroad builder but the ordinany layman cannot
well recognize the difference. Fortuuately the T.-D.
never did care anything for consistency and can there-
fore can see no harm in doing what it blames others for
M.. K & T. GOING SOUTH
No 1 M. K. & T. Kxpreas
4:03 a. m
No. S IjochI Passenuer
7:16 p. m
N. 5 Katy i'lyer
9:33 a. m.
No. 7 Fast Mall
Anives 11:10 a. ra.
Departs - 11:30 a. m.
No. 531 Local ---
Arrive 12:05 p. m.
Departs 1:25 p. m.
M; K- & T. GOING NORTH
No. 2 M. K. As T. Kxpreaa.
No. 4 Local Paasentfer-
No. 6 Katy Flyer
-12:11 a. m.
. 0:48 a. m.
--6:1H p. m.
No. 8 Fast Mall
Arrives 4:45 p. ra.
neparts ...5:00 p.m.
No. 532 Local
Arrives 1:25 p m.
Departs 2:00 p. m.
H A. FARTH1N0
Frisco Time Table.
404 St. Louis Express - 7 H a m
410 Meteor (St. Louis - 12 01 a m
412 Eastern Expreaa - B 10 p m
414 Meteor (KC - -12 16am
407 Oklahoma Express - - 9ffim
411 Oklahoma Express 1125pm
409 Meteor (St. Louis - 1 S5 a m
413 Meteor (KC - - 2 05am
W H Dick Agt
rnrr this handsome criCI
I til I" Ujafc Sewing Machine J" If f
ImLL in YOUR HOME TEN DAYS 111-1
Six Drawer Drop Head Automatic Lift. Ball Bearin
Beautiful In Aooearanco Highest in Qualit
A 11KMA11K ALE "PREDICTION. "
Two days ' the New York Kepnbllcans had nomi-
nated Charles E. Hughes for governor of that state the
Oklahoman contained the following remarkable pre-
diction: "The New York Sun doesn't like the Idea of
having 'a bull in the Republican china closet' in the
form of Charles K. Hughes whom the honest men of
A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.
While W. H. Kornegay is proving to his own satisfac-
tion if not to the satisfaction of anyone else that the
Oregon initiative and referendum is a failure and was
drawn in the interest of the corporations we tiud the
Tulsa Democrat heading a t hree column article in praise
of the Oregon Initiative and referendum with these
words: "How Oregon Was Redeemed From the Rule of
the Trusts." There seems therefore to be a difference
of opinion among nigh Democratic authorities.
To the Ureat Northwest
From August to October the Frisco
will sell one way second class colonist 's
tickets to almost any point in the
northwest at greatly reduced rates.
For rates routing etc. see Frisco
American Minln? Congress
Account of American Mining con-
gress at Denver Colo. October 16 to
19 Frisco will sell round trip tickets
to Denver at rate of one fare plus $2
($21. 401 Final return limit October
31. No stop-overs
If you have a citizenship claim pen-
ding and are not yet enrolled or have
business before the Interior Depart-
ment write immediately to William
W. Wright registered attorney Cor-
coran Building Washington. D. C.
For the fall festivities In Kansas
City October 1 to 6 the M. K. & T.
will make a rat of one first class fare
plus M cents for the round trip.
Date of sale. September 30 to October
ii. Final limit. October . Round
trip fare. M.10. E. M. Ashbrook
For above occasion Frisco will sell
round trip tickets to Atlanta Ga. at
rate of one fare plus $2 (82(5.2.) via
Memphis $2(1.50 via St. Louis). Dates
of sale October 8 and 9. Final return
Hirit thirty days from date of sale.
No stop-overs. For further partic-
ulars see Frisco agent.
On account of International associa-
tion of Fire Engineers at Dallas Tex-
as October 9 to 12 Frisco will sell
round trip tickets at rate of one fare
plus $2.00 ($10.00). Dates of sale
Octoher 6 and 7. Final return limit
21 days from date of sale.
supreme Lodge K. P.
Account biennial meeting supreme
lodge Knights of Pythias October 15
to 25 Frisco will sell round trip tickets
to New Orleans at rate of one fare
plus 25 cer.ts ($21.40). Final return
limit October 31. By depositing
tickets with special agent at New
Orleans not later than October 30 and
payment of fee of 50 cents at time of
deposit an extension may be secured
to leave New Orleans not later than
November 31. F'or further parti-
culars see Frisco agent.
American Livestock Show
Account American Royal livestock
show October 8 to 13 Frisco will sell
round trip tickets to Kansas City at
rate of one fa'r plus$2 ($7.60). Final
limit October 15. An extension of
tinal limit may be secured to leave
Kansas City.not later than October 31.
New Orleans Excursion
Account supreme lodge Knights of
Pythias. Vinita to New Orleans and
return $21.40 DaAof sale: October 13.
14 and 15. Finalmit October 30
with privilege of extension. Upon
depositing ticket wi Aspecial agent
at New Orleans on or Jore October
30 and upon payment ofle of 50 cents
time of limit may be 'extended to
reach start ing point up to November
30. FI. A. Farthing agent. M. K &
coughs colds croup.whoc
pre. Try our free offer. 1
STATEfAEftT OP THE CONDITIO Or THE
International Bank & Trust Co.
At the Close of Business Sept. 4 1905.
Ixan and DiseonnU
fapiUl Stoek folly paid $100000 CK)
Total $241 840 18
1 hereby certify that the above statement is true
Subscribed n. sworn tn before roe a Notary Pal
Total 241.840 If
HAKRY K. WARNER. Notary P
Any person having backache
kidney pains or bladder trouble
who will take two or three
Pine-ules upon retiring at night
shall be relieved before morning.
The medicinal virtues of the
erode gums and resins ob-
tained from the Native Pine
have been recognized by the medical pro-
fession for centuries. In P.ne-ules we offer
all of the virtues of the Native Pine that
are of value in relieving all
Kidney and Bladder Troubles
PINE-ULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO
For Sale by A. P. OWENS
TRYITH1S RFAllTIFI!! MACHINE IN YOUR HOME TEN DAYS ERE
' ... . j k i. i. n.itivlTth best machine that yo
have ever used. If you desire to purchase It we will maKe you prices ani
terms that will bo fully satisfactory. If you don't want to buy the 10 DAY
TRIAL WILL NOT COST YOU ONE CENT.
DONT BUY UNTIL YOU SEE AND TRY A vJUwcKctjM M ACHINf
Our prices are the lowest and we will sell you a machine that wll
give you a lifetime of the meet satisfactory service. For further iufermal
ion call on or write
Hickman . Wasmund
I Avery Roberts i
! - 1
SEE US FOR
OFFICE IN SCOTT BUILDING
flow is the TirrK to Have
done before the fall rains come.
Expert Tinner in shop.
Repairing a specialty
Mr. Retired Farmer:
Unn't vnu want a boaiam that "ill keep yot.
busy in your town and is eaav: beside making
..null money Mart a Itilliartl rloom and run it .i
..lf of amnjement : V as a eambiinr joint. Get
K. C il!iarl Table "f j. Co.
1321 1S2S Main St Kansas City. Mi
FINE SINGLE DRIVERS
C. A. RIDDLE LIVERY STABLE
From August 27 to October 31 Fris-
co will sell second class tickets to
points in California Arizona Nevada.
New Mexico at the low rate of 125.
For further information see Frisco
k'ciorts Camping World's Best
Scenery Fishing Huntimg
"Hits the Bulls Eye of the Rockies"
FINEST DINING CAR
Colorado - Utah - California
C. H. SPEERS G. P. A.
I7tb and Califoro a 5ts.
fOUYSKlDNEYCURE W y "wt R)t
Makes Kidneys and bladder R.oW The f aiTMHM little piUfe Cure
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McClintock, R. M. The Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 283, Ed. 1 Monday, October 1, 1906, newspaper, October 1, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773032/m1/2/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.