Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 145, Ed. 1 Monday, September 28, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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D. M. MARRS : - Editor
Vinita Okla. Monday Sept. 28
A THOUGHT FOR VIS1TA
Before the arrival of win-
ter and freezing weather let
the work of sidewalk con-
struction proceed with in-
creased vigor. The open fall
weather it the time for iuch
work. Also the tame may he
said with reference to paving.
Let the work be pushed from
Yes it frosted.
Five weeks more of the hottest cam-
paign of recent years.
Since C. N. Haskell has been eliminated
from the campaign we wonder where the
republicans can find grounds for another
In the years to come the weather man
will refer to the time of the big Septem-
ber frost as the year when Bryan swept
There is no better indication of Vinita's
growing prosperity than the great increase
in deposits in the banks of the town. It
ii the prediction of The Chieftain that the
next severity days will see an even greater
You may possibly be able to get along
without the Daily Chieftain but you can't
get along without it and see the news
while it is news. The current news of the
world reaches Vinita people first in the
Today The Chieftain again gives Vinita
the news service the town deserves. The
management appreciates the support ac-
corded the paper and will endeavor to
keep a little in advance even of the
rapid progress of the city.
The Chieftain has been receiving ready
made editorials on politics temperance
morals and many other subjects until our
wastebasket is running over. The kind-
ness of the various information bureaus
is altogether wasted on this office.
It is well that the attempt of the ad-
ministration to muddy the waters and
divert the attention of the people from
the real issues of the day came at this
time as it will give eople time to grasp
the thorough desperation into which the
republican party has been thrown.
Oklahoma is entirely too big to be con-
trolled by anyone of her citizens however
able he may be. The people of this great
commonwealth will be amply able from
time to time to eliminate both men and
issues when the exigencies arise. A state
constituted so intensely democratic is a
poor place for the exercise of bossism.
Today the Daily Chieftain again begins
to receive the Associated Press dispatches
When the publication of the Daily was
resumed last month it was not sure that
we would be able to take the Associated
Tress service so soon but our business
has been good enough to fully justify us
in beginning now. The somewhat stren-
uous political campaign makes it almost
obligatory on us to reach out and give
our renders the benefit of on outside news
The president of the United States and
others are making a mistake when they
undertake to make C. N. Haskell an issue
in the present campaign that is going
Bryan ward fast as the days go by. Haskell is
only an incident in a great political cam-
paign that is big Villi issues of national
moment iiis elimination will not effect
the dominant issues nor alhw the repub-
can party to wiggle away from the main
question. The attempt to muddy the
waters by directing attention to Haskell
wi'l fail utterly.
WANTS YOUR BUSINESS
k is tsvi.ti.il that everyone should
know the street upon which he lives and
the number of his lot on that street in
order that alarms of fire may be given
with more accuracy. Saturday through
a mistake the home of J. A. Davis the
city scavenger was permitted to be
burned. While it is true that this loss
was comparatively small at the same
time it points a great weakness in giving
directions. in sending in an alarm of fire.
The same mistake might as easily be
made upon a business house or upon one
of the finest residences of the town. The
city council is preparing to name the
streets and number the lots and everyone
should post themselves as thoroughly as
possible so that in case of fire they will
know how to direct the fire department
with more accuracy.
The question at issue between Governer
Haskell and Attorney General West was
not as to the rights of the Prairie Oil and
Gas company or whether that company
was violating the law but whether West
could prcx.eed without authority from the
governor. The real gist of the matter was
never reached and was not intended to
be reached or decided so far as the gov-
ernor was concerned. When the courts
decided that Haskell was the one to in-
itiate proceedings it developed that he did
not intend to take action nor to allow
West to do so. The people at large were
vastly more i nterested in seeing the law
enforced than in knowing that West could
not t proceed without the sanction of the
governor. Now that the atmosphere is
clear let Governor Haskell come out of
the hole into which the exigencies of
strenuous politics have driven him and
exercise the functions of his office by en-
forcing the law or allowing Attorney Gen-
eral West to do so.
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19 pounds Sugar $1.00
10 oz. Pickles 10
3 jars homemade Jell 25
1 gal. Apricots .35
Quart can Apricots .15
Cal. dry Apricots new 12 l-2c lb
3 boxes seeded Raisins .25
Maiden Blush Apples 45c a peck
8 pound basket Grapes 45
1 gal. Pickles .35
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Did Yon See
That Wonderful Bargain we have in Outing
It is a 12 1-2c grade for only 9c. Cool
weather will soon be here and its well to be
Your Hats are very stylish and so reasonable
in price is what the ladies are saying.
Have You Seen Them?
Closing out our shoes
We save you money on Trunks Suit Cases
Dishes and Hundreds of other Articles
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In our Stock we have a full carload (250)
The Stove that proved to be the winner the
last two years. The price is right and every
stove guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Yours for Heaters
FRAZEE-HOSMER HARDWARE GO.
The rate in this column of the
Chieftain's Want Ads. are:
1 cent a word one issue.
2 cents a word three issues.
3 cents a word six issues.
FOR SALE Nice clean old newspapers
100 foe a dime at this office.
WANTED Bids for roofing the Patten
block and taking away the awning in
front will be received until Oct. 1st.
Apply to D. M. Marrs Agent.
(First published in the Vinita Daily Chief-
tain September 21. 1908.)
Notice of Sale or Real Estate.
Notice is hereby given that in pa.siiance
of an order of the County Court of the
county of Craig and state of Oklahoma
made on the 19th dayof September.1908
in the matter of the estate of Mary E.
(Minshall) Urooks a minor the under-
signed as the guardian of said minor will
sell at public auction to the highest bid-
der for cash subject to confirmation by
said county court on Wednesday the 30th
day of September 1908 at 10 o'clock a.
ni. at the office of the County Judge in
Vinita in said county of Craig all the
right title interest and estate of the said
Mary E. (Minshall) Brooks and all the
right title and interest that the said minor
has by operation of law or otherwise ac-
quired in and to all the certain lot piece
or parcel of land situated lying and being
in the county of Craig and said state of
Oklahoma bounded and described as fol-
lows and upon the following terms and
The sw 1-4 of nw 1-4 and the se 10
acres and the north 20 and 16-100 acres
and the sw 10 acres of Lot Two sec. 4
twp 26 north range 19 east being about
The sale to be to the highest and best
bid such bid to be in writing sealed ad-
dressed to A. Sanders care of Theo.
I). B. Frcar. county judge. Vinita and
mailed or delivered in person to said
County Judge at his office on or before
the hour of sale.
Dated this the 19th dayof Sept. 1908.
Eliza A. Sanders. Guardian.
E. M. Probasco Att'y-for Guardian.
OF SUGAR FOR 50G
We will sell pounds of
Granulated Sugar with each
$4.50 worth of groceries sold
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Baking Day in the Kitchen
is fraught with anxiety that the bread
may not be light and of delicious flavor
or that the cakes pies or puddings may
not come out successfully. There is no
need to fear when your flour eggs butter
sugar flavorings or groceries in general
are purchased at
SQUIRES & COBLE
All Hinds of iron and wood work
South Wilion Street OPPOSITE GARRISON'S
Sticking To A Contract
is one of our good points. We do
not repudiate figures on estimates
and we follow every detail closely.
We do only work of the very high-
est class and we charge only rea-
sonable prices for first class work.
We find that this policy pays us.
You'll find it will pay you fo have
us do your work.
L. D. Dalquest
WE BUY AND SELL
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Tickets on sle daily Sen- I
temberl to Or'.ober 81 1j6 J J tl kf v
Through Tourist Simpers Write KENNEDY. P.n Ac.i
free cbair car every day Topcka Kiaua.
Yonr Trade Solicited ;
Second class one way cclonist fares to
Alberta Arizona. British Columbia Cali-
fornia; Idaho Mexico Montana Nevada
Oregon Utah and Washington. Iate of
sale from Sept. 1st 08 to Oct. 31. 08. in- i
elusive. For further information see ivaty
H. A. farthing Agt-
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