Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 9, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 7, 1912 Page: 2 of 4
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CUlir Dailij (Eijtcfiah
OFFICIAL CITY PAP ER
Klilrlf'I a eOfiirlaas miliar
Autual 3. IVOX t p'mtim! In Vlnlta
Oals. iinitpr Act Of Mu Til a IS70.
tHHVm IMILY KXCIU'T 8UNDAT
O. M. MAHR$ PRINTINO COMPANY
l'ir wcnk by (rrl-r t .10
t'V iiioiiIIi by ( rrl-r .41
l'r yunr by larrler. In advam:.. t 00
One iii'inili by mull. In a4an:.. .40
Tl.rr tii'tith by mull. In tdrttnca IO
One year by emil In idvaaoa. .. 4 00
D. M. MARRS
Tuesday May f
When tlm ilty oiin'II with (hi aid
of Ihrt mayor ullffiiplwl Id bold uy tin
town ft Iho nine of fr.'.OOO Dm riil.f
lulu nli')M'd Into tin- Itrrm li mid wiU'il
Hit liinpnyiT lluil unioiinl Tlin at-
tempt now lo even Up In to rt-fimi' to
rebuild llin Hull tri'i'tt brldK" whlili
wm built mid iloniiicd to (he illy by
tlm )r"i''ily owners on llio r-nHt fl(l'
ft Is Mi m ply mulling the niiTcliHiitit of
Vlnlu Thn irt'i'ht. ndiulnlHl ration 1
lhr liiniilli'Ml And I In- timfttiwit Vlnllii
lion hnd In It lilntnry.
Tln tn'oocrly owners and t tit .tux
m.vci'n eimt of Mull proi-k luillt u brldKi"
mid iloiwleii II lo tlm I'lly. Now Hint
f !) iii'idKn Ik whhIiiui im ti. city re-
fniii'S to rebuilt! l( Tlu nierrliiiiiU of
VlnlU Bin lli rent limci'H In the trans
iicllfm. Thn Hty l oiim ll dor not see
It way clear lo rebuild the lirldgo
It miw Iti way clear to imilto llio water
rmmuniers ny (in i-Korbltiuit pi'lcw for
water iio'lciH Tim HiMinpr tin present
council li Rotten rid of (lie faster will
I'rmlilriit Tnft U prtijiri'imlvc- enough
to discover hnt Oiil. ItooHcvelt Ih Hip
nurnt daiiHnixnm mini lo th United
States but It took Mm ft fcrcitt many
years to leach (lint conclusion. On
thrt other Iwiml tlm colonel linn nt Inst
found out thai Tft Ih liitnenUhly
weak Not. long ni If any ninn In
I ho country hud mild tlu thing nbout
Tuft tlmt ht is now ileoltirlnit from
tho houiielops lie would Imvo umul tluU
short find ugly word with wo much pin-
pliHulw that It would have fiomon tho
lilood of I'Vcry (rmliu'or of the prowl-
THE TRUSTS AND ROOSEVELT
tn twiMily-ttw yr of polltlcnl
hIi'iikkIo I hvt found Hid one groat
bottiM ovoi7ihndowlnR mnl Including all
othoiN-iho pnrroni'huii'iit of (ho pov
rrful few on tho HtjhU of tho miuiy
All the Ihbui'w of today aro hut phiiaos
(f thltt olio great. quoKtlon How phnll
thp Individual tho fanner the worker
mnl ll thor who pay tribute be set
freij frtini tho tmjimt exactlonn of the
til riff the rallroMdn the money power
ud other forum tif oppression by pi-
The combinations have unlawfully
taken posnewBlon of th whole conn
try. They control transportation man
ufacturlun mluhiR capital mut cipdlt
the market price of vervthln the far
mer dell the market price of every-
thing the consumer munt buy. They
nave n.c m overt tnm volitrol except
t a few nf the nldi'i' trcM .iho-tt
entirely under the lant two ndminmU a
hoos neinwnnaiauinng (he prosecn-
tUm to;' which so much has Iwn
When Hoosevolt became pivxident.
tho total i-niount of the slock tnl bond
Isme of U eomblnatlon nt trusts.
IncludinR the rsihvays then In com-
hinAtion. wa only t.i.H.iW.OOO. When
ft turned the ccimtry over to Tall
whom he had sole-tent as his sncces
o' the total riilIS.Mt(in ot tho
trusty and vmbinatUm amonnteil to
the ene.moH.s imiui of 1.6;jiVH.fltV
nww than Tt per vnt of which was
water. Price were put :p on trns-
tHMlstion id cn (he pi-ii)cts of the
wiiiie-s n factories to psy Intero-M
tnt dnidcuts M this frilent cpi-
tU.atHviv Hoa Uet-rt M. " a
kite in NomK K. Mek' Nation!
Xtenihly for May.
Indian Ooim5.sioer Vaeniine
proiim'isaled 0 s-ct of ni:es ivi-aroisy;
the tndian n-iW UoU onfiht K N
ivd by evesy UuMsr. i ti'e omiv.;i
Ot th t'wiied sta(e. M tin- m vrsv
tiCJ metiiod:! bsd lee'il followed I :v.;y.
the be$inuifi (he (nJiAn race wovJd
tmit tftow be o ner ex(SncU. The
rt-mwaiit of the race howewr is wel!
worth the effort the (rof Tnment is
taidiSy putties forth. The clivis'sr
ent out is s fc5Kvw:
To K-.ery twdin t Kvry ?nd:aa
Sevvict' tTniployee :
ot n t.vsk
t latHnn rmiUk Ti.tVnViW
crts. ft?SiViW.iiH rserti .
Attt of Mch f.irisy twx ft.'
Inform oni'selvrs of every c!c
w 'here a tmXs da nti tfteai: or hwj.V
yui-i'e iflflM for fi'. '
S. tteform ':; u.ect work so she
jnii;' Kiui '" '
. lea.e w or.tf nnniraed ta jet
fmiV i-iM:-'ty V'ni'oxsil. Viet:
1 TM !uim-d!!e einTi!"lt( y
iiicnnre to rr;itly redui o Infant nir-
liillly ave (tin bble.
.. Inipron- th f'Xid Kiipiily; unallty
and iiiimt Ity
ft I'MubliKli liiibinlrldl luiin fund
no tlmt every family may liv at om-p
7. Html vidiiiiinry Indluti home I it t
ploti'tni'iil oi'KMiil.atloioi nimi.uk Indian
woiiK-n to niipplement tli! work of
field inatrcdia Tbeie should be more
uppoal to Indian women to help tlxdr
M. I'iihIi t i i I u h! il.it trululnj; In every
9. In every Heboid rlftldly negienutn
rlilldrtMi with traiboiiin tubef'iilor-U
or any ollur luf'tlotiti or contailoiiii
(liHi'ime mid run the mhool In com
pnrtiiipntii no mutter nt what Ioh to
tlm m hidii-itle work.
10 llrliiK lit the earllcMt poinlb!
ilnlr all tho ludluim' pniperty boldlngit
to bear on behalf of our two ulnm
llealtli mid ludiiMt ry.
II. Co-operate with ntate authorl-
tle In every practicable way.
12. We can accompll-iti them- oikIk
only If we Hek In every way the help
of Hie (milium tlii'iimclvcH.
ft. O. VALENTINE
DEMOCRACY'S GREAT RECORD
Never In all of Ha exlateme have
llio proHpectu of tlm democratic party
been no brlKht; never baa the party
been more entitled to bo entniHteil
with power ami control of Rovern-
mental nfl'iilra; never baa It been more
deaervlnit of the confidence of tho
In the coIiiIhk cnmpulKti the party
II appeal to the people upon n record
of nchlevemcntH unrivalled In polltlcul
For Mlxtctm yenra tho democracy
luiH been excluded from the maniige-
inont of pructlcally every department
of the government Kttrly In that
period our opponent denounced ua an
party of negation nnd of obHtruc-
tlon They uaaerted that our party
was wmnllng In that roiiHtructlve cn-
pnclty m CHeutlal to the auccpHaful
onduct of governmental affalra. So
perBlstently wan thla groundleaN Btute-
inent reiterated that many of our own
adherentH were mlaled and forKeltlug
that the moat gtorlouH and moat proa-
perntiH dnya of tho Kepublle were dur-
Iuk democratic admlnlstratlona they
frepiently united with tho profeHHkmal
political obique that mlarepreaented
ml Ignorant ly and nnjuwtly condemned
I'pon the enactment of the Payne'
Udrloh tariff law a storm of reaent
inent. lutaliiHt tho vepubllcnn party
HWept the country In tho eongreu-
lomit cainpalRii of 1910 nn appeal wna
iniulo for contfnucd republican aupro-
mm y upon the contention that the
democracy whm a dlaorganked dis
uruntlcd Incompetent and Incoherent
aiMup without unity In principled and
policies and Incapable of concerted !
tlon upon public questions. The preal
dent. In lila Kpeech nt (he Republican
Club in New York on. Mnooln'H rtirth-
day roalined that dlnanter was Impetid-
lii(t and that the country wa about
to pronounce its condemnation upon
his party. He endeavored to appease
the wrath of the people not by Juwtify-
ln the tariff law as he had attempted
In his Winona speech but by conjur-
ing the danircr (hat threatened from
democratic success "Should disaster
follow us" e said "and (he repub
lican pa'.t.v becomes a minoiity in the
next house. It mav he possible (hat in
(he democratic exorcise of its power
the people of tho country will see
which is the party of accomplishment
which k the party of arduous deeds
tone and which is the party of words
and trrespoiisiMe action."
IHsaster did follow the republican
party l! s majority of forty in
house of representatives was tmni
Into a democratic majority of siM.-:
tlve. We aw.iit with confidence the I
iecision of (he toc.ntry as to whV'J
ha been the vrty of aiwrnplishment
and which the paiiy of irreswsih'e
oppcs!t?oi Hy Hon. John J. Vtu-
jLorald iu Norman JC Mack's Naiioua!
Monthly (or May.
iV. .bvie;ih lich and wife rvjMv-
serrs; (he iosy Wave llsir ant-
(arhun eonisny of Mnskee w ill re at
Kivm s Hickman Hotel for few
i1as to intns?o their me;Tnt of
treatment of th hair and scs'iv We
wnew liU at most y . The luitr
!h wfy dis tH (he Kan rtoes.
Ccr.e ar.i set (he
new k molds h "the
mrU's bat Cerscts."
THIS WEE K In our
Tlioy roin buck llio tribe of old
W'hi-n th nmplo Rllnla with ifulil
WIikii lh oak liaf lirunxea brown
Arid tho wourll.lne'p roil tlrl down
Tlicn Ihey rimn tinman of mn
To ihi-lr aticlfiit Inuinlii aln.
VoiuliT on Hi hill
Whor but now all wu i atltl.
Hor tliolr mcnllhy roimlopg coitrn.
Hear tli noitif Ihnlr wari'lom hum!
'Tli tht wtml you y that weavna
Fanrlpt from th fnllen loavetT
Boo tli eetlo ilrlfllna hua
'Tl the knmka of oldon linvm.
SIkohI nron am III la call
Olili-n wnrrlor on and all.
And ttmlr aplrtla nil thin whll
Mar.-h In in yailu Indian tlte
Ilvar .them. In tho ahads
That (hfl aini-lockod trooa hav mad.
Now. amiln tlm march twalua
Of thn ifjmatly nioncanlnn.
'Tla lh breeim. you anv. that ci-oniM
Thre.nth t !a. (ilRt n hatT
Bm at nljht bfinn(h tha aky
Whvra tlx arool aura Jnumy high.
And Mi world In In a apelt .
Which no mortal man may toll.
Thon w hear them dnn-ln. a-rlm.
To a melndy all dim. . .
Weird th warriors' aona.
Now a murmur now full atronf
And tti pat-pat of tliolr foot
Aa tha broken tlm lhay beat!
"1'la tha wind? rci')mi -for you.
Put thoy aeek tha trails they know.
t.ook! A niomnnt'a opaoa
In tha rIhrs a painted faca!
And afar I hear tho alga
Of a fhoatly battl-cry.
Whan tha leavoa burn red and fold
Thay coma back th tribe ol old.
"I wish to ask fur your daughters
hand In marriage."
"Eh? What? Speak a little louder
"If I ;a!v a;iy louder the neignborn
will hear me."
"Neighbor' bear you? What If they
"t ( can't get your daughter I'm'
doing to ask lor on of the'.rs"
"No" rays tae eminent tenor. "1
cannot slriR iftat aria tontjiht. Why
there r fonr lsi(nct planes where I
hav to reaci b!gh C"
"Hut you r.saaUy slag U."
"Yea but t.nigbt 1 am troubled ttt
a slisfct a: Static attack and you
know tLere ctnaot lv a high Cs
wlihont pl- rsy of wind "
H--:!y. J; only svs this to lead p (
to hi? -sory c-t haw he hai been eda j
rated abro.t. liteh wvald be com
parat'iveiy easy after we !ave iacsheil
his witttcSsra about the. ea j
Why He DtctinedL
"Hsta a care sirT shnkcd the
td:r.g lJu'y so the Uary YT.laia.
h:le she tried ta pull her train arova-3
here the t-ki.s ;ght 'would strike
"No. !fcar..s kissed the Heavy Vi:
aia "I've j-jst had ore."
tn; he tad jusi fec'iT'ed t1s dlror--e
-he day tefce but it was so uoi ke
him drag famijy affair t lie frost
:a t!:ss tiicner.
A Mas e? E-?t-p rt't.
"Ak. 6nrUvt?" jtti4 tfc r.vrt4
ta. ttssa us too WM.i-a i eauas?
;?ve i'l.iiit ycu "
"Well." sa-.-J fcer t.nv;6r. s-j eu-r?:-ed
at ii ejoaseBt "J fc.p yaa ii
t.--jTM tn i a .E aa sudfrnkn-r
''W 44se iw bftraeaV" xattma tfe
Tm yoo oi-d r2? aata tie
Ne. Tix-ii i ti .-n: id wfcst mri
Ury ta W
m wi'.ij" in mil
Our stock is complete. Flpdestly priced originally
at our reduced cash prices you are enabled to
buy your wants for less money than you could
expect to buy for from the credit store. We
want you to come in and see.
We Aire Ready to
Low plain prices; Guaranteed merchan-
dise; and every advantage that a mod-
ern cash store can possibly give you.
(HOIT ITIPM TTIIT
vLU. yd J-4 iW A'M JjNi ViJ ILd Xii
itpg'jeKMaKfg ' J
I I ZHZZZ! '
"Now" the manager complatned
"hero is an Interesting' play; the star
U young beautiful and a splendid
actress; the company Is a capable
well-balanced bn and the produotfon
Is eicellent In every respect yet it
Is a failure. The people simply will
not becom interested in it. How do
you account for Jt?"
"I dont account for it" replied the
man with the high brow and the
wrinkles which indicated that he was
In the habit of thinking. "I hare
mad a rather careful study of the
public during1 the last few years and
If you think talent worthiness and
general excellence are to be relied
upon for success in any art or profes-
sion which is compelled to depend
upon publlo patronage It will be a
waste of time to do any accounting;
for the failure you mention.?
What Milton Omitted.
The rebellious angels had Just been
cast out of heaven. In the swift
downward flight Lucifer overtook
"What's troubUng yon. Bub?" he
"An old problem" answered the fu-
ture foul fiend between somersaults:
"Where are we going tola fall?"
And the Simplest.
Deputation of Creditor We've
come to Ult you that we are quite
willing to make as easy an arrange-
ment with yo as possible.
IVbtor The easiest arrangement
you could make would be all to ga
a way ajrwfa."
Getr3 tha Value of Cut
Th fccieruioc tnethod if b-iying
ici act by weight feat by thermal
j t'A".' e. is likely ta be adopted by the
rsol city goesumect The a
T. t." syssem tt is called the int-
tiils f iasdiag for Britiih termaj
ss!!a. The school board :isuiea
j ti tt w il! sare six pr cent or
ItSni. m. less the year's eca-
;r? Sii Macy rmilreaii are buying
t.Vr Crti for wkat it w:gfc. fcut
for Bliat ji vaa '-x Spri!p3e!d &
' 0-t Way of DescWis rj American.
i Vw'. ta a?vrT5!-a! sms
s&or rigorous and :"o'arly thaa ta
. wrtttrs froai Jbe laad of Babel-like
' sky-abrasSoa.. Loa-ioa Satarday Ra-
Tsnptstios Cay CoSora.
Vary a t$arfras tnn;atiot
ocid to us ts ta say color tiat
r but skta Jtatiaw Hoary
Fancy Sweet.Oranges per
Smail Oranges per dozen ISc
Fancy Bananas per dozen 20c
Pure cane Sugar 16 lbs $1.00
Good bulk Coffee per lb. -23c
Arbuckles Coffee per lb.. 25c
XXXX Coffee per lb .....25c
Interstate Coffee per lb ...27c
Harrington Hail Coffee lb 38c
Schotten's $1.00 bucket
Beach Nut Pork and Beans
1 lb cans ... 8c
Beach Nut Pork and Beans
- 2 lb can ...12c
Beach Nut Pork and Beans
3 lb can .... 16c
Van Camps Pork and
Beans lib can.... .... 9c
Van Camps Pork and
Beans 2 lb can 12c
Van Camps Pork and
Beans 3 lb can..r ISc
5c Sacks table salt 4c
10c sacks table salt ..8c
25c sacks table salt... . J..lSc
25 lbs common salt ISc
230 lbs common barrel salt 1.65
10c cans sweet corn 7c
12 l-2c cans sweet corn... 10c
No. 3 Indiana tomaties...l2c
Sweetniilk baking powder
per can 7c
1 lb Olurnet baking pow-
der per can 20c
25 oz K C baklnj powder 20c
Composition siv'ghum gal. 40c
Farmer Jones sorghum gal 50c
Pet cream per can 4c. 7 for 25c
MRS.W. B. CRAWFORD
Pupi M Wi.latn S 'it-wivid. Piano
' tij Vemn d'Afnal.e Sln;':v
" " Pisa S. 4 . :
i r Tiipjw
lfre Ulli 1
Large cansPet cream 9c. 3 25c
Searchlight matches 3 boxes
for - 10c
Oil Sardines 3 cans for ..10c
Chip beef in glass... 13c
Chip beef in can.. .9c
Vienna Sausauge per can .8c
Potted ham per can 4c
Pink salmon 1 lb can. ISc
Silk soap 3 bars for 10c
Minute soap 3 bars for 10c
Crystal White soapper bar 4c
Pearl White soap per bar ..4c
Swift's white soap per bar 4c
Bulk rolled oafs per lb . ..5c
Toy rolled oats per package Sc
Bulk cocanut per lb 20c
Fancy dried peaches lb 1 2 l-2c
Fancy large prunes per lb 13c
Dried Figs 3 lbs for.:.... 25c
Gallon apples per can 25c
Gallon peaches per can..'40c
Gallon apricots per can ...45c
Gallon Red pitted cherries 1.00
Gallon can white cherries 60c
Gallon can w hite grapes 40c
Gallon can blackberries. ..55c
2 lb Red pitted cherries... 20c
Carnation peaches per can 20c
Carnation green gages 20c
P. F. O...G peaches can 25c
F. F. O. (J. apricots can 25e
Paridise pineapple per can 25c
Pie peaches por can . ' lic
Red Star flour per 50 lb
S& fliHir per SO ib sack 1.50
Aurora flour per 50 lb sack 1.25
N' Not Surry
j C. II. MURRAY
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