Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 7, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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Taft's Speech on Socialism
is Causing Much Comment
Washington June 7. President
Tail's Michigan speech in whirh he
Ulked about socialism has been the
subject of much surprise and comment
among the members of both houses.
A senator or representative who thinks
he Is in danger of being Quoted at this
time will run in a minute. None of
the members of his own party are will-
ing to discuss the president's frame of
mind without further information but
privately they talk freely about it.
In the insurgent camp the opinion is
expressed that the president has been
asleep to conditions and that he has
been awakened almost too suddenly.
They think that when he did see that
the reactionaries were not the republi-
can party and did not represent its
Ideals he was still under thhe impres-
sion that the insurgents were radicals
and overestimated what they have
been doing. On the side of the ex-
treme reactionaries what he said was
as much of a surprise as anywhere
though the reactionaries had known
before the insurgents that the presi-
dent was beginning to look on the in-
Why You Should Vote
Because Shawnee Oklahoma
City and Guthrie have offered
to give the taxpayers 2000
acres of land free on which to
locate the Capital and out of
which to sell enough lots to
build a Capitol Building without
cost to the state.
Why then should you vote
'away $600000 of the taxpay-
ers money? Just to create a new
high priced commission and
stake them out of the state
Don't do it. There is plenty
of time to get an honest bill
passed before 1913.
Vote NO on June 11th and
save the taxpayers money.
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surgents as representing a great na
tional tendency and cot something
that can be brushed away in a minute
The great railroads had already be
gun to fear that the president had un
dergone a great change in his political
ideas. Six months ago he made no ob
Jections when they told him what kind
of a railroad bill they wanted. He
showed the greatest spirit of accom
modatlon when they wanted to write
into the bill that the Sherman anti
trust law was repealed Insofar as It
related to railroads and for a time
no man was accepted as a republican
who did not say that was just the right
thing to do.
Now within a week he ordered the
attorney general to bring a suit
against the western railroads In which
the government relies absolutely on
the Sherman anti-trust law being ap
plicable to railroads. The restraining
order In Missouri would not last
minute if the element of the united
action of the railroads being a viola-
tion of the anti-trust law as absent.
A railroad man said to an insurgent
senator yesterday that the president
had been a disappointment to them and
that his recent actions had interfer
ed with all their plans and all that
they had expected of him. Consequent
ly .when the president began to talk
about socialism in connection with re
cent developments in congress both
sides have been wondering Just what
It meant. The insurgents doubt
whether it Indicates a change of views
that will be in any Way permanent
but believe he has a somewhat better
idea of what the people are thinking
than he had a few months ago.
The game between Tulsa and Mus-
kogee was postponed on account of
The score " R. H.
Sapulpa 4 13
Enid 2 4
Batteries: Scott and Coe: Sewell
and Goldwaithe. (18 innings.)
The score R. H. E.
Guthrie 10 15 .5
El Reno 4 4 3
Batteries: Taylor and Clifton; Wo-
mack Luhrson and Riggs.
Batteries: Barber and Vanderhill;
Bell and Harlow.
The Pittsburg-Boston game
postponed on account of rain.
Sallee and Phelps.
The Cherokee Pharmacy
Located in Cherokee Building 203 S. Wilson St.
A modern drug store in every respect. A complete stock of Drugs Phar-
maceuticals Patent Medicines Druggist Sundries Physicians' Supplies
Stationery Toilet Preparations Cigars and Tobacco and High Grade Candies.
We Are Registered Pharmacists
Have had many years experience in the business. All work entrusted to
our care will receive prompt and careful attention. Physicians prescrip-
tions will be filled and delivered to any part of city. By strictly honest and
legitimate business dealings we hope to share a part of your patronage.
We Are Here to Stay
and we shall be glad to have you call. We want to meet you and get
ALL THE POPULAR DRINKS WILL BE
SERVED AT OUR FOUNTAIN
The Cherokee Pharmacy
k. u. rtuuts & suiN Proprietors
Batteries: West and
O'Toole Chech and Pierce.
R. H. E.
3 5 2
0 4 3
The Hose That SSidftKe
l'he score R. H. E.
Columbus . 4 10 5
Kansas City 6 9 3
Batteries: Nelson Packard: Good
win; Carisch Abrogast.
KANSAS CITY STOCK o
J. A. Rickart Correspondent. O
At New York.
Bell snd Bergen; Rowen
The score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 1 14 3
Chicago 2 5 3
Batteries: Moore and Moran;
Richie Pfeiffer and Archer Needham.
The Philadelphia-Cleveland game
was postponed on account of rain.
Batteries: Mullin and
Gray Street and Hardy.
4 10 1
1 3 1
At Chicago. '
The score R. I
Boston 0 1
Batteries: Walsh and Block;
At St. Louis.
The score- R. H.
St. Louis 1 7
New York 2 6
Batteries: Powell Bailey and
lifer; Quinn and Mitchell.
The score R. H.
Louisville 1- 7 2
Milwaukee 2 7 1
Batteries: Hall and Peitz Schreck;
Cantrell and Marshall Ludwig.
The score R. H. E.
Indianapolis 5 6 2
Minneapolis 2 10 5
Batteries: Cheney and Boweriuan;
Patterson Thielman and Smith
Kansas City Stock Yards June 6.
The supply of quarantine cattle here
last week was 362 car loads against
28 cars same week last year. Slim re
ceipts in native division made a strong
mand for quarantines and prices ad-
anced 25 to 40 cents after Monday
and closed the week at the best point.
The good market naturally brought out
big run today In connection with
the heavy normal supply at this sea
son and the run of quarantines totals
245 car loads today. The best cattle
sold steady today but some of the
medium and lower grades sold 10 low-
er than the close last week. Included
In the run today was a choice two car
bunch of Oklahoma steers at $7.90
weighing 1277 lbs the top and a big
string of Texas steers of high quality
from Cleburn Blum et al which sold
all the way from $6.60 to $7.23. Med-
ium class grass steers sold at $5.25 to
$6.25 and the cheapest steers got down
around $4.25. Grass cows sold at $3.00
to $3.75 some fed cows up to $5.50 j
bulls at $4.60 and calves at $5.50 to
$8.00. Receipts of natives and west
erns will likely be small for a month
or six weeks ahead. Considerably
more than half the total cattle re
ceipts today are in the quarantine divi-
sion and all the buyers were working
in that division largely order buyers
being especially active today.
Hog prices were higher first of last
week but slumpy conditions develop-
ed Thursday and all the advance was
wiped out by the close Saturday and
a little more. Run here last week
was 47000 same week last year 59-
000.. Run here today is 7000 market
10 lower top $9.17 with all weights
selling up to that figure and only a
few pigs and light hogs under $9.10 to-
day. Average weights of hogs is about
10 pounds heavier than a year ago
which brings the total pork product al-
most up to this period a year ago. In
view of the popular demand for a re-
adjustment of values of all commodi-
ties bear tactics of killers appear legi-
timate. Sheep and lamb trade was in better
form last week than for a month and
the outlook Is better than It has been
for some time. All the big feeding
stations around Chicago are said to
be empty and prospects Indicate small
supplies for awhile. The market ad-
vanced 15 to 25 cents last week and
this amount has been added today to
prices ruling at the close of last week
spring lambs today at $8.50 to $9.15
shorn lambs $7.75 to $8.25 . native
wethers $5.75 ewes .$5.25 Texas mut-
tons worth $4.25 to $5.25 feeding
wethers up to $4.75 breeding ewes up
to $5.50 for yearlings goats worth
$3.00 to $s.flo. . .
There's iustr JO Vital nointa nf mmf
and tear on your hose the endless rub
at the heel the strainine stub at the toe.
Eerwear Hosiery continually proves its pre
eminent superiority over all other hranrfu in th
wear-resisting strength at these two spots. -
Eyewear is not only guaranteed against the hose-
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nally does stand it without a
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stylish comfortable and perfect fitting as any hose you can buy.
We have themjn all the season's popular shadings.
Ask for free booklet "An Everwear Yarn."
Remember Everwear Hosiery is always sold under this broad guaranty.
If any or all of six pairs show a hole or rip within six months from the
date of purchase bring them back to our store and get new hose FREE.
Men's Hose: Silk lis-
le box 6 pairs $3 cot
ton or lisle box of 6
Women's Hose Silk
lisle box of 6 pairs $3
cotton box of 6 pairs
Children's Hose Of
long staple cotton at
the box of 6 pairs
only 1 $2.00
C W. DAY
Gold Crown and Bridie Work
Office in Empire Block VINITA
Dr. G. O. BURCH
Practice Limited to
EYE. EAR NOSE AND THROAT "
Office in Wimer Bldg.
Res. Phone. 458 Vintta Okla.
Dr. F. L. Marney
Office Phone 143. Res. Phone black 459
DR. LOUIS BAGBY
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Halsell Building
LICENSE No. 261
Both Phoue 243 Open Day nd Night
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office Fir3t Door North of Court House.
Special attention given to examination
and correction of land titles.
We Mahe a Spetcialy of
If it needs fixing bring it to us.
All work guaranteed.
H. C. KEE Tuner
that are guaranteed
Plumbing Co. -J
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