Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER
Entered as second-class matter
Aagust 3 1908 at postofflce in Vlnita
Okia. under Act of March 3 183.
ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
M. MARRS PRINTING COMPANY
Per week by carrier $ .10
Per month by carrier 45
Per year by carrier in advance. . . 5.00
One month by call in advance. . . .40
Three months by mail. In advance 1.00
One year by mall in advance 4.00
Friday March 31
Mayor J. C. Starr.
City Clerk A. J. Green.
Chief of Police C. II. Ooodpister.
Police Judge II. M. Williams.
City Attorney Paul F. Mackey
City Treasurer J. M. Mahoney.
Street Commissioner Win. Busey
Council First ward A. O. Marre
second ward C. C. Roberts; third
ward T. F. Thompson; fourth ward
S. J. Campbell.
Board of Education First ward J
H. Winer; second ward Seymour
Riddle; third ward L. B. Bell; fourth
ward O. E. Smith; treasurer Earl
Mayor Addis A. Brown.
City Clerk R. S. Andrews.
Chief of Tolice C. E. Wilkinson.
Police Judge Theo. W. Perry.
City Attorney W. M. Simras.
Street Commissioner W. F. Evans
.Council First ward G. W. Clark
Jr.; second ward C. C. Long; third
ward John Sheehan; fourth ward
John Underwood .
Board of Education First ward C.
A. Davidson; second ward. J. F. Ham
illon; third ward II. M. Mitchell;
fourth ward W. H. Deck.
A judge in Washington decides that
tho' law against "bucket shopping" is
unconstitutional because it "deprives
citizens of the liberty of contract.'
The decision should afford much en
couragement to lotteries and other
forms of the struggling young gamb
ling industry. Kansas City Times.
In all the forms of vegetable life
there is none more beautiful enduring
or magnificent than the tree. Begin
ning with the germination of a tiny
seed it grows from the small insigni-
Meant plant to a splendid tree the
giant of the forest or mountain side
and will live many centuries. Trees
of .various kinds have character and
are distinguished from their fellows
by a difference iu trunk branch and
foliage. The profligacy of nature is
perhaps Ho where so exemplified as in
the natural seed production' and pro
pagation of trees. The tree seeds are
sown by the hand of nature "beside
nil waters." The .millions - of seeds
produced in a single season are car
ried by the winds to the end of the
earth. If one in a thousand grows
and finds a permanent rooting nature
is abundantly satisfied with the waste
of all the rest. Then again who does
not love a tree. It ia said the great
Gladstone wept when a huge oak in
. . - . . -
ins grounas was 80 wrecked oy a
storm that it had to be chopped away.
The trees of childhood how we re-
member their rugged forms hoary
with age. How we climbed into their
very tops or took shelter from the
summer sun under their friendly
branches. Yet there are men and
women who never planted nor protect-
ed a tree in their lives where in many
instances they could leave to posterity
no more enduring mounment. Other
men have a trail of trees marking
evry spot where they ever lived like
Abraham left a long line of altars
marking his journeylngs from place
to place he knew not where.
Governor Wilson of New Jersey has
once more heightened his prestige as
a practical politician by another
smashing victory over the state ma-
chine of his own party. In his cam-
paign for election Dr. Wilson made
a crucial Issue of his faith in the di-
rect primary and it ia wt'H remember-
ed bow after his inauguration he com-
pelled the legislators of tho dtate in
electing a federal senator to reject
James Smith Jr. the candidate of the
machine and elect Mr. Martine the
choice of the primary. Having thus
disposed of Mr. Smith who in times
past has been an invincible boss Gov-
ernor Wilson undertook to secure a
thoroughgoing amendment of the New
Jersey primary law along lines that
are now commonly' designated as pro-
gressive politics. A bill embodying
the governor's views was introduced
into the New Jersey house by a mem-
ber named Geran. The chairman of
the democratic state committee James
Nugent found the biH entirely too
stringent to suit bis notion of party
control and he sought to displace it
with a milder measure. Governor Wil-
son accepted without hesitation the
gauntlet thus thrown down and de-
clared tb'nt the Geran bill should go
through the bouse unamended Mr
Nugent declared It should not. The
clash that followed was fierce and bit-
ter but the governor's will prevailed.
With the crushing defeat of Nugent
following ho close on that of Smith
Dr. Wilson's political supremacy in
the state becomes absolute. His jic-
cess cannot fail to commend Mm to
men conscious of the Importance of
practical political sagacity in a reform
Ladies9 and Men's
Coats and Suits
(PPO AO Q A 1 Ladie s and Hen's
its Slf filbuMlL SMlLLb Coats and Suits
O FIGHT DOPE. O
Manilla and Hall will meet tonight
in a fifteen-round go for the feather-
weight championship of the state. r
The fight will take place in the
skating rink at Electric Park at 8:30
Manilla is in good condition for the!
At 8:30 the big gun will be fired and
let the best man win.
Manilla knocked out Phil McGovern
Terrible Terry's brother in five
rounds before the East Side Athletic j
Club of New York City. i
"Noisy" George has been busy clear-
lng the rink for the go tonight.
The Chieftain will give the fight by ;
Manilla has made lots of friends :
since he came to Viniia. ' '""
Kid Bruno who knocked out Kid
Suggs in the fourth round at Sapuipa
Tuesday night has been matched svith .
Frank Manilla here on April 14. - I
Bart Gordon says if Andy F'e.-r.a U
so anxious for a fight as to cbaKeugo '
the winner of the AUeRer-Olenry
fight why not take him on.
Good seats have been arranged tor
the bout at Electric Park tonight. '
lale Starts Saturday Morning
April 1st and lasts just one week
Great opportunity to buy new spring goods at bargain prices
Ladies $15 Suits and Coats $11.50
Ladies $18 Suits and Coats $14.50
Ladies $20 Suijs and Coats $15.75
Ladies $22 Suits and Coats
Ladies 25.00 Suits and Coats :V:$19.75
Ladies' New Spring Skirts at 1-2 price. Men's New Spring Suits
at 1-4 off. Big line of ladies' Silk and Line Hose just received all
colors. New Wash Dresses of the very latest style.
ew Goods Arriving Every Day
The Store of the Town 1 J(j(fA
The Store of the Town
Principals-iift Bout at Skating Rink Tonight
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Bantam Weight Chairujlon of the State
Wh xleiia Manilla Here
One of the Principal in the Offering
at the Business Men's Athletic Club
ENTIILEO "SAVING THE S01L'3
Chicago in. Mar. 31 iinirois re
cently took a leading place iti the na-
tional movement for t'ae advancement
of scientific farming when fiO.OO'J book
lets on "Saving the Soil" were mniled
out to farmers throughout
Ji.oveijiviit. We feel it our duty to do
j so and coi sider it a privilege to carry
W1 bu 1 v uric for the state as a whole."
' . j i i.i rAMAM4j 1
the work of the National Irrigation
T .-Congress in Chicago this year has pre
pared ih rough study and extensive
trtve's. ii my tables of statistics con-
's rirr a t rage crop yields in the dif-fere'-t
st tf s of the Union against the
ie'ds or vivious foreign countries.
Rats '-ill Bather much information
r-n f-n T-i'-eteentu sessions of the
IrrfsT.tf on ' Congress December 5 to 9. .
tie siute. The wheat yield at the university's
This campaign whlcn is in "ine with j yperimcnt frrm has been made twen-
that of the National Irrirtation t'o i- j ty seven bi-shels to the acre while the
gress which meets i.i Cii.. i?-o iu Do-. average Illinois yield for the last six
cember. is to be advanced frou ti.nej yoais has been only seventeen bushels.
tO time by experts Of tile lilliveiSitV uf S Trfo-ftv nf ttia mnuomonl In nhor
Illinois and will bo dir.eud by Dr. ;
Cyril G. Hopkins chief of ;i::io.ioaiv. '
Dr. Hopkins is said by many to ha the
fojemost soil expert in the United
States and he has the co-operation in
his educational campaign of the Bank'
s' Association of Illinois. This as
sociation represents 1.4S0 bnn'.ts wjth
more than $I500.UOO000 of batiivirg
assets all concerned vitally in preserve
ing the richness of Illinois soil. Ti e -booklet
mailed to the fanners Is TrvVs
the pen of Dr. Hopkins nud Ui-havJ '
h. Cramptou secretary of the Talk-
ers' Association his anr.o.mcvd tnt
a second booklet is la course of pi c-:
paratio nby Dr. Hopkins of v.-liich half
a million copies are to be distributed j
"Scientific farm work extending over
several years" says Mr. Crampton '
Tto Christian Endeavors of the
First rrcsbyterian church spent a very
pleasant time at the home of Mr. and ;
Mrs. Ceorge Harris last evening. There
Mpre alio-1 forty young people present. '
ijee time was spent playing games and 1
eitierir.g into spirited contests sing-
it g songs and pleasant conversation.
All prefect' ftjtree that Mr. and Mrs.
Hnrris are delightful entertainers.
J. C. Parks returned last night from
a several da-3 trip to Muskogee.
$36045369 in Banks.
Guthrie Ckla. Mar. SI. The con-
has proved the method so good that solidated statement of 619 state and
it appears Imperative to Interest every j 25 national banks of Oklahoma re-
farmer in the state right now. The j turned on March 7 shows the total
university authorities are unanimous ! deposits to be $86043369 and the total
In the opinion that no other single ! discounts to be $68915024. The state
agency could so well serve the uni-j banks have thirteen million in de-
verslty as the Bankers' Association 'posits and eight million more in loans
and we were asked to undertake the J and discounts than the national banks.
TURD A V
One 15-jewe! Watham 18-size in
20 year case at $12 regular $15.
One 7-jewel Watham 18-size in 10
year case at $8 regular $10.
Two 7-jewel in gold-filled cases at
$5.50 regular $8. 'f
One 1 7-jewel Rockford In 16-size
20 year case $20 regular $24.
A written guarantee given
C. G. HITTENMEYER
The Best Route
to Anywhere is the
Finest Equipment in the
Quickest Service to
Kansas City St. Louis
and Points in Texas
W. H. HUTCHINSON Agt
Fine and Complicated Watch Repairing a Specialty
SCHLIECKER'S JEWELRY STORE
123 South Wilson Street
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We are prepared to handle all the business
offered which can be reached by our lines.
Steady Regular Service
Vinita Electric Light Ice and
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1911, newspaper, March 31, 1911; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774556/m1/2/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.