Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 152, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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VINITA AMP IT WOMEN.
tt'onts hr- Vntit and tamntoiivf
towns are Veto; educated into te
mysteries of political ud domestic
MMory noOer the use of Bull Moo
In by ow. or our of their own set.
Jtwt hat advancement this eupprj
4 and proposed poller to bring to
woatiii Dm S4 yet been comprehended
fry only a small number of people a
the argument In faror of tbe move-
aetu bavi- been somewhat rata
It baa been hinted however br one
la authority that tbe right to become
ode of these progressive U not only
1od given bat of Heavenly origin and
Jtboogb a perusal of tbe good book
doe not ret Mi instantly tuese edict
women are being penuaJed that it Is
j hell duty to leave home hubnd and
hildren If need be. and leave not as
of old unto our SarJour s tearblngs
bat iv tbe boM moose party as tbe
3reer-: help rtreigth and shield ft.
floe ne-d o:ly to visit tome o( tbe
aotnes f tbe on.ru of Vinlta to
rather disregard these teachings en-
tirely When one sees tbe spotless
beauty of tbe well kept house and in
all her u.Jy glory crowned with a
mlet dignity that lends barm and
irjrace to tbe faultless home toilet
sad then listens to words of real wis-
4ota as abe speaks of ber home her
husband and her children it would
em indeed a sacrilidge to disturb
this beautiful calm and send ber forth
to warfare and to battle within a world
of corrupt politics with the folorn
hope of her purity making holy an un-
God gave man dominion ore tbe
earth and every creeping thing power
to rule on land and sea and surely
strength to shield tbe woman who is
bis to have and to hold for better or
True in many cases he has proven
false to his trust; have women been
always true? He has allowed ambit-
ion to carry him into graft and under-
hand business dealings. - Have not
vorni' woraeL done likewise in social
and domestic life? Are any perfect
that we need call others to account
for faults and shortcomings that may
tie our own?
Tbe "Bull Mooses" ask why the fac-
tories are filled with working girls.
Wo may ask in turn why people of
vealth are without help in the house-
hold. Because glrjs prefer the factory
where they may follow their own de
vices after working hour rather thauat the meeting
live in an atmospbero which
protection and guidance. They prefer
the factory to the life in their own
homes because It affords more finery
which when douued : more likely to
attract the opposite sex for these girls
are following their natural bent that
of seeking a liiiKtmnd to found a home:
and it Is more often from the factory
or public place now-a-days that wives
are chosen than from the nchool room
or the home. Can the men be blamed
for this? Woman is ever the per
suer. What man does not go daily
about his work with never u thought
but for future advancement until nunc
woman more harming than the rest
eastK Iter Ix'iinillik eyes upon hint. It
Is she then who has made his days
less restful und has created in him.
when work Ik done a desire for her
What manager or clerk in a town or
city store has time to notice the hun-
dreds of girls who stand daily behind
the counters. Never perhaps w mid he
give a thought to one of those until
the natural vanity of one. causes her
10 lift her blue epes to his face In
It is u fact undeniable that woman
is to blame innocently enough for
many if the crimes of men and yet
'he men are considered always at
fault when few can say be was not
first ied Into the devious paths of sin
W ' s M f
HELP "" "
A SAflDSOMtLY tfJbRAVtl) fttomva. rvjr .
sphere and be coerced into publ
meeting places to bear pee:hes made 1
by other women wbo like tbey have
homes and children? Let tbe men
lead and if women indeed must fol-
low let her words of wisdom be
spoken quietly for it is thus tbey!
Hangers of America formed a local
union No. i".. Tbe uaion will meet
every Monday night at Harrison's
shop. 102 K. Flint.
0 0. HARRISON
make a more ardent appeal than all j Secretary
the public speaking that ever will be'
heard. Out of one hundred worn j RAILROAD TIME TABLES
eighty-five per cent will agree that j
this is true and will pray that she
may be left in peace.
A large crowd was at tbe service In j
tbe new Gunter building last night j
Rev. Burger touched some of the vital j
points of Christianity. Tbe man who
accepts Christ as his Saviour is not
asked to do tbe impossible thing by-
attempting to accept some other man's
christian experience. He must have
his own religious experience for he
stands in his own individual relation
to God A man walks Into the quick-
sand of Insincerity and unreality
when he attempts to make another
man's religious experience. Then
worn out phrases are used which mean
nothing to him who gives them ex-
pression. Tbe evangelist Geo. Rose may be
tonight and have
affords charge of the song service. We want
109 tsingers in the choir tonight.
The service begins at 7:30 o'clock !
The front part of the room will be
closed by night and it will be mbre
comfortable in the rom. Before l';i.
ins home fir the inevtlng prnv that
North and East Bound.
No. 112 K. C. Meteor 1:10 a.m.
No. 12 California Express . 3 : 45 a. m
No. 404 Joplin Express 7:30a.m.
No. 40 St Louis Limited.. 6 :40p.m.
No. 10 St. Louis Meteor. .11:45 p. m.
South and West Bound.
;No. J Okla. City i 8. W. .2:05 a. in.
(No. Ill Okla. City fr K. C. 3:30 a.m.
I No. 407 Ok C. fr K. C.-St L. 8 :44 a.m.
No. 411 California Express 1:05 p.m.
iso. 40i sapulpa Express. . .9:05 p. m.
M. K. A. T. TIME TABLE.
t Kansas City Special. 1:18 a.m.
4 Local Passenger . . . .8:53 a. m.
6 Flyer K. C. & St. L.6:20 p. m.
8 Local Passenger .. .3 :24p.m.
10 Katy Limited 5:34 a.m.
1 Texas Express 4:25a.m.
1 Texas Express 7:23 p.m.
5 Flyer 9:44a.m.
7 Local Passenger .. 11:16 a.m.
9 Katy Limited 10:33 p.m.
rit may be the guide through
DON'T FAIL TO REGISTER.
Tbe registration books will be open
in Vinlta a week before the election
for the registration of voters who fail-
ed to register before the August pri-
mary or who have changed their resi-
dence tinea that l time. Voters "vho
hftte moved from one ward to another
must get proper transfers showing
Orphia Powell of Muskogee is opi r-1
atlng the li otype for this office dining j
the vacation of Mr. Hardenbrook who j
leaves tonight for a visit with his J
mother and sisters at Lincoln. W i
If Your Destination Can
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JOIN THIS PROCESSION NOW.
Personal Participation Coupon
Roll Wells Treasurer
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE
200 Fifth Ave.. N. Y. City
Desiring to be a participant in the cause of True Democracy I herewith enclose
- -- -- -- -DOLLARS
Send engraved receipt to
The Chieftain Vinita Okla.
Men ure far nobler than they have
every been given credit for and higher
minded than the average woman
knows or cares to know. The woman
who creates in him the love of home
she w h: makes his place of abode at-
traetive h who guides the little feet
of their children to walk aright it Is
these who know the Influence the
father has at home. They know the
purity of his life for which he is given
little credit and are willing to trust
all to him us God and nature intended
going band in hand as a help meet and
a follower feeling no humiliation: for
Is she not able in au unobtrusive way
to be his counselor and advisor un
It is the woman who Improves her
mind and her opportunities quietly in
the home helping the lltfle ones to
make good students and later good
citizens it is she ufter all who rules
our universe whether she will or no.
It is she. who unconsciously makes
history and shapes the destiny of
This is what u casuul observer no-
tices about the women of Vinlta. They
do not fail in their obligations or shirk
any duty they assume and are willing
and glad to do their part. To change
their methods one iota would be a
thing not to he countenanced. Cannot
the bull moose party seek out Its own
salvation or may not Wilson's victory
come as his own award? Why Hhould
women be taken out of their natural
10c a Week
3 Months for $1
Tell the Frisco Agent
where you plan to go-
ne will give you full par-
ticulars about the fine
Great Feature Reels Coming to Grand.
On Sunday afternoon October 27th
the Grand will show the greatest fea
ture reels ever produced Sarah Bern-
hardt in Queen Elizabeth.
"Cardui Cured Me"
For nearly ten years at different times Mrs. Mary Jinks
of Treadway Term. suffered with womanly troubles. She
says: "At last I took down and thought I would die. I
could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The
doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so
many and I began to take it and it cured me. Cardui
saved my life! Now I can do anything."
VetAKUU I Woman's Tonic
If you are weak tired worn-out or suffer from any of
the pains peculiar to weak women such as headache
backache draggmg-down feelings pains in arm side hip
or limbs and other symptoms of womanly trouble you
should try Cardui the woman's tonic. Prepared from per-
fectly harmless vegetable ingredients Cardui is the best
remedy for you to use as it can do you nothing but good.
It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects.
Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui.
Writtto: Ladies' Adritorr Dept. Chithuioofa Medicine Co. Chattanooga. Tens
lor Sptcial Instracliom. and 64-paje book 'Home Treatment lor Women sent (ree. J 54
Cmum Friday Oct. 25
The English Pianist
1. Variations and Fugue- on a
Theme by Handel. . Brahms op 25
2. Sonata in B Minor .
Chopin Op 24
I Allegro Maestoso
IV Finale ( Presto;
3. -Four Transcendental Studies
' - Liszt
Feux Follets (Will o' the Wisp)
Harmonies deSir ( Night
Allegro Molto Agitato
4. Papillons . Rosenthal
Berceijse. .Cesar Cui
Nocturns Tschaikow sky
Les Nagues ( The Waves)
i Moszkowsky i
5. Islamey (Orientai Fantasia)
I. Allassionata Sonata
.Bethoven Op 57
J. F Minor Ballad .Chopin Op 24
'. Ballad in B Minor
Mephisto Waltz f "
Free Next Saturday Only
at the Rexall Store
Two gold fish this bowl moss and pebbles with
every 25c bottle of
Little Liver Pills
This pill is absolutely guaranteed by us to be the
best pill on the market. If it does not give sat-
isfaction bring it back to the store and we will
give you your money back.
REMEMBER NEXT SATURDAY ONLY
The Rexall Store
Shanahan & Mitchell
Admission Balcony 25c
Main Floor and
Boxes .... 50c
Sunday Q J
The Shubert Theatrical
Present the Hit of the Year
The Girl From Tokio
Alan Dale the famous N. V. critic
said: "Screamingly funny."
Reserved seats on sale November 1
DR. A. W. HERRON
Physician and Surgeon
Office In Barrett Building IO814 SouU
Office t'boue 263 Residence Phone lit
Reldeiic 223 South Adair Street
All complalnu or aellrery khouK
j rtported to the Circulation Depart
meat. Phone 44.
JAMES S. DAVENPORT
Office Rooms 9 & 10 New Halsell Bid
DR. F. L. MARNEY
Office tlity Livery
P hone 185 Vinita OKla
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD D. M. D.
Rates Reasonable Examination Frts
All Operations Made as Painless as
Possible and All Work Guarantee!
omnoform used for Painless Extraction
OFFICE: ROOM B. SCOTT BUILDING
a. E. MOSS
North Avenue and Thompson Street
Phone 521 and 4C1
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 152, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1912, newspaper, October 24, 1912; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc773491/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.