Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 168, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 24, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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The Chieftain prints the announcements I f
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F lit "red an seciind-elasn nintur August 8
now at pOhioMire at Vlmut tinlii uuur Acl
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1SHDKDD AILY K X ( :JK1T S U N I A . Y
D. M. MARKS PRINTING CO.
of all the churches free of charge. If any
minister doesn't avail himself of the
privilege it ts not the fault of the paper
Copy for these announcements must he
furnished as we cannot undertake to print
The time has arrived for
The Old' Reliable
IX Li CyJ? o Li 21 -L. f-S 1
Will the school board ignore the demand
for fire escapes to the old wooden school
building? It is certainly a serious propo-
sition. If the school children of this city
1'or week by farrier
Per month bv carrlnr
WANTS YOUR BUSINESS
l'er year ly Barrlur in advance. -5.00
One mouth by mail In advance "
Three months by mail wall in advance. 1.00
nn..r l.v mail in advance..
are roasted alive some day the serious'
D. M. MARRS
ness of the matter will come home to
Vinita Okla. Saturday Oct 24
I In our Stock we have a full carload (250)
LUNATICS ALLOWED AT LARGE.
National Democratic Ticket.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
For Vice President
fJOHN WORTH KERN. '
For Presidential Electors.
(Vote for Seven.)
S. M. RUTHERFORD.
GEORGE C. WHITEHURST.
Ti. ;W DRENNON.
E. A. MeDOUGALL.
PRESTON S. LESTER.
J. E. GIBBONS.
Democratic Congressional Ticket.
of Noble County.
of Oklahoma County.
JAMES S. DAVENPORT.
Fou rthDi strict
of Carter County.
of Comanche County.
or Corporation Commissioner
A. P. WATSON
of Pottawatomie County.
For Chief Justice Supreme Court
ROBERT L. WILLIAMS
of Bryan County.
For .Associate Chief Justice
SAMUEL L. HAYES.
For Representative Craig' County
E. N. RATCLIFF
Fo' Flotorial Representative Craig and
PETER A. COYNE
of Craig County.
Vinita is pretty safe on the gas propo-
rtion. We have so many kinds of gas
available for immediate use we could
hardly miss the supply from the i?s
Men who fought the paving proposition
to a finish are now delighted with our fine
newly paved street and with our miles
of artificial stone sidewalks. Sometimes
ood men have to be smoked out.
ANOTHER QUESTION MR. CREACER
Mr. Creager why do you keep your
bank account in Independence Kans? Is
it because you thus wish to reflect upon the
Oklahoma Bank Guaranty Bank Law? Or
do you seek thus to evade state taxes.
In the very probable "event that Mr.
Creager will not answer these questions.
we will say for the benefit of our readers
that Mr Creager has repeatedly stated that
he was opposed to the State Bank guaranty
plan and if elected would vole for the
postal savings bank the Wall Street
scheme to milk the country of its savings.
Also. Mr. Creager listed his taxable prop-
erty to the Muskogee County t-x board at
a valuation of $248 but his large bank
account is kept out of the State at In-
dependence. Kans.. and thus evades
They Are a Menace to the Public But
Under No Restraint.
There are many lunatics at large
right now who should either be In
asylums or under restraint at home
receiving the attention of physicians
says the New York Telegram. Many
persons have been killed by maniacs
and relatives of the killers knew they
were insane and swore to it on the
witness stand at the subsequent trials.
No Insane person Is harmless. One
frequently hears It said of an eccen-
tric person: "He's crazy all right
but he's a harmless man." Every
lunatic Is a menace. It Is better for
Mm and for all his relatives that he
be locked up. You never can tell
what a madman will do and If ha
takes human life he cannot be pun-
ished for It.
There are few persons who go up
and down the face of the earth who
are not acquainted with one or more
lunatics. I know two crazy men who
go abouthelr business the same as
other men do. One of them is single
and is an egomaniac. He thinks of no
one and nothing but himself. It Is
virtually Impossible for him to talk
about any subject except his business
affairs and his wonderful doings. All
of his acquaintances treat him indul-
gently and laugh at his boasts. He is
quick-tempered and quarrelsome and
some day he'll do some one a mischief.
Then all his friends will swear that he
is crazy and that they have known It
for a long time and never thought he
was dangerous. Insanity Is in the
man's family. Two of his relatives
are in asylums.
The other lunatic with whom I am
acquainted believes that every man's
hand is against him. If you pass him
on the street and fail to g-eet him
with effusiveness you are certain to
receive two or three menacing letters.
If he invites you to go somewhere
with him and you decline with all the
politeness imaginable hd will threaten
to kill vou.
L ! H :i f n 1 1
i 1 r
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
Our litie of Millinery is without a
doubt the best we or any one
else has ever shown for the
price. If you are a STRANGER
to this department get acquaint-
ed it will save you money.
Inspect our line of Underwear
and Hosiery. Our prices are interesting.
p Eab s2
12 1-2 Value only 9c
When You Are in Need of Anything Just Remember That We Sell
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LITTLE NELLIE PAULA BURT AND HER FAITHFUL COMPANIONS WITH
" THE VOLUNTEER ORGANIST."
Fish Chased Ashore by Whale.
A serious menace to health ll
threatened at Xa'aaut by the large
quantity of fish which have beea
thrown up on the beaches and rock
following it is believed the appear-
ance of porpoises and large fish sup-
posed to be whales.
Although the fishermen gather them
as fast as the tide recedes many are
overlooked. It is the opinion of the
natives that the fish which Include
mackerH. hake pcll.ick and herring
all small In size have been forced
ashore by the larger fish which hT
iavaded the water recently. Boston
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Aomlral Coghlan Story.
Rear Admiral Joseph B. Coiji
tells how when the head of s O. A. R.
reception committee at a. country
celebration waa asked If he m no
pleased at th large attendance replied
in the negative.
"I should think you'd be dIthti
with this turnout" the city rlsitcr
commented; ""they'll leave lot of
money in town."
"I.ota of money hell" was the
grouchy reply. "Those farmer te
each got a rln shirt and a twc-dol-lar
bill and neither haa a cQaafwl
yet "-New York Su?..
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-IIOSf.lER HARDWARE GO.
AH Kinds of
D A L Q. V
Empire Bloc K
D . W. B. Crawford
OSTEO AND ELECTRIC
Office 14 rorth Wilson Street
C. W. DAY
Gold Grown and Bridge Work
Office in Empire Block VINITA.
DR. LOUIS BAGBY
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Halseli;BuiIding
VINITA - - - OKLAHOMA.
W. L. SHORT M. D
Special attention to Eye
Car Nose and Throat
Eyes tested for Glasses
Office at Hotel Green. Vinita Ok.
Jas. S. Davenport Louis D. Clinkscales
DAVENPORT & CLINKSCALES
Office Rooms 9 &. 10 New Haisetl Bldg.
WILLIAM T. RYE
Attorney & Counsellor at Law
Collections and General Practice
Room 6 Scott BUig. Vinita Okla.
J. YY. CRAIG M. I).
Physician axi Surgeon
Superfluous hair smuil tumora peruieDtly
removed by Electrolysis. Sprains chronic raeu-
tBBtism etc treatH.y the new E'eetro-Tlier
mill method. Piles successful! rreetej witti.
out tlis use of tbej knife. Liquor and tobacco
habit treated. Office aver postoSce.
iOXE V . VTMTA OKLA.
fsg.j sj) tarsa
E. A. STUBBLEFIELD D.O.
Charges Reasonable Examination Free
All operations made as painless as
possible and all work guaranteed.
Sononoform used for Painless Ex-
traction. Office in McGeorRe Kld. Phon 111 .
Veterinary Physicians Surgeons ana
Permanently located. Calls answered
day or night.
OFFICE TAYLOR'S BARN
Office Phone 82 Res. Phone 69
LICENSE No. 261
Both Phones 243 Opti Day and Night
Two 55 foot lots on Delaware avenue.
near Foreman street. Sidewalk and sower
paid in full. Water and gasacccssable at
property line. Price for quick sale $350
each. CmrpTrv ISS-tf
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