Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 237, Ed. 1 Monday, January 29, 1912 Page: 2 of 4
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foff prof iiitfjfy Ia. Kain tr!4 it
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sihi'tp! Vt ffsn rf to ar-
Wua k.r.'J f l. U Oklahoma
hi4 a .fhif.tory It wikt ha t:a
fifrf .1 a fn. p!ac-. bfJt ia othr
ajKfa Wt''??''r lur a;ipar-'l to
Tt's ho handle li't'or ia proriibi-
lion stat are !Sppry fallows. We
half torn tf tbi kifid in trtr ;n
utate. 'Alien one is cnvl:td and sfit
to Jail t Rw ones seem U tura op
rady for the eluitive srt of evading
if tfiforc'-ntftfit )fTifr. Kven with
a dtpartmrt rrpatd sj':ial!y for
tfce pirM. we have foird a lot' of
trotifl on tint hands sfipyf'ss th
I!ul thre 1 a way to H?Ulate that
mak the Ut li'i'ior !aw ffc-
tW. And thre i only of way.
It is slff-.pl. Th; rohilitka ksders
thwld f-onf.ntrat tbf 4r efforts to K-t
fongrf-is to pass a law that would mak
it imWAf Vr a pron to :ur a
KOvernrneftt H -;; in any ft'at whirh
prohibits the sale of ll'iw.
Thre would thf-n r; rut b'jotleggera;
there wold he no law violation; pro-
hibition would prohibit.
In othr word the uovernfiient rev-
enue dffl'-ers tan cateh bo?lerert
when the state offtrw ran 'I. No one
knows the r-awjn for this or if he doe
he woft't tell l!ut the Roverom'-nt will
st p the sale of liquor in dry territory
if congress will provide tdt no liquor
Iifrfes he grant'-'! in prohlhlru:i
The prohibitionists are much handi-eapP'-d
under the lait court rheislon
pcrt.'iiniiik to lienor shipiueiils. Th-y
can ae'0(npllsh sonn-thitiic if r-y will
go direct to headquarters and g-l a
law passed that will he consistent with
the laws of the states m that any state
which prohibits the sale of lienor can-
not have its laws all hut n'llllfied by
the encouragement which conies by
way of the federal licenses. Okla-
boman . o- -
A TEST OF OPTIMISM.
A winiiiiiK smih- a tnan miy wear
whn SfHtcd in hi -iHy (hair his slip-
pers on his f'-ct. while out of doors
o'er vale and hill t(n man who runs
the weather mill is (spreading sno and
sleet. It isn't b ird t ?r'mv a la'irn
h th Rrti end of Vn. mU U !
pr.sii t-i fc a fc.-srt.?er Tu-J fo;.r.4
sets piata of whUScey ahjt !; pr-
a. Mr. KwzrrSie took hi Bit's tie Via-
ita ai! Sacs rday tifht a4 we lan Le
trt4 in etake fcis get away at tfce de-
p fn V'ir.ita Jiyit after gettins ci! the
train hut Sfr. Rcieiie bad warned him
ar.d ilida't titate to sboot to sare.
Oir poolie (ftel is doin-f nicely.
Prf. holers rep'urts attendance gooi
fine interest and satisfactory prr;r-ss
on the part of nvt ai! the pupi's.
Mr. Editor: Hease use your per-
suasive InSuenee with the M. K. ic T.
railroad Hi trying to get them to es-
tablish accommodating passenger serv-
ie btwett here and or county seat.
Most of our merchants report a cA
trade !at Saturday
Hay and corn continue to come in
on the market. No town pays a ttter
price for feed than Welch. More than
2 .MM head of cattle have been fed here
and marketed from here this season
and our feeders are now wanting more
than that number. Several car loads
of hogs have a.so gone with them.
WHITE OAK SCHOOL.
V.'e are all glad that the pretty days
have come again.
Foster and Emmett Sherheart have
been otit of school working in the hy
Little Charlie and Edith Peterson arc-
hack in sc hool aain after a two we-ks
We have two w pupils this week
the liosifn&n children who have only re-
cently moved here from western Ok-
lahoma. Q'iit a number of our crowd are go-
ing to Vinita today to see and hear the
A. and M. exhibit.
At our spelling contest. Tona White-
aker and Elbert Ilemdott won the
place to represent us in th district
match February lnth.
We are getting In line to have an en-
tertainment and box nipper in the near
The fifth and sixth year reading
classes have been doing some very
Kos Wills who has been atfending
InndrsejiS college at Joplin has finished
his c)i:re and Is back home again.
The big hoys had a lot of fun taking
down the i tove pipes and cleaning
tnem out Thursday morning
The civics class get a great deal of
Information out of the Chieftain that is
sf ti Fersiw-rna kri iea tia.
Ti"y si.-a a-'.4 da-s.. tie saai as
Cajiso tia: w-.r. qtt ait (dra? ..-.4
ia tU ft- Loiij WocW Fa; ia IJit.
1'f.. Warr4 tik t'.f ti ya stt Is
hr.i.g ritreI f'rtiiers i".ns
nr.i ref-rre.i Ji-'ti ia t4. Ca!
--.s r.-.w tr.e s'i:e or .'i:aa.osia
i a'a:e'4 ii ai.'.a. wijea
to rr.je to ti m .;:'.. I tta: Oilai-sia
2t p-rcxiit a tttr gra.3 f sir-v'igihr-ii
aiiais sian tie old oiJi-
r.ry. H.s reeori a- a k irs aa4 kj!
"ireeder -a-iftrstaatiate thia fact. Ia
:Z he tik tie sufc-j fr Jatki
ai ta HJci:; ttar fair cer tie great
KiMorf tH w.ti Ctief I Aa sr.ier
tie Jiiijgi!j cf Li.ke Essaersva tie
r>ii24 Iar?- invportef of Jaks
Mr Warrea Las fcee.n a hre-ier of
tiorof?hb.-ed stock Vtt t'.:y years. Isr-
ir.g t:s terjty-ight yr ia CkU&oma
r.e ta o!d to tie state over $?;)
worth cf fasAy and re-g'jtered stock for
breeding purpose fie has tie record
of tavir.g sold the highest priced male
for tajth at private sa!e is tie state it
bringing t-'.V. He has sold jaek co.ts
for breeding p.jrposes as high as
He started a a J ilk and male breed-
er bat a few years after his entry into
business he added Perrheon horses to
his string. In this line he carries the
palm for the entire state and has at
the head of hi herd Lnike of Franee
that superb piece of horse flesh whka
has made GkUhooG& famous lor its
draft horses. The Dtike is regiitered
in the American Pereheron book. No.
41023 and has to his record ten Erii-
iia.nt crosses and a number cf Cayard
crosses. No. 257 IT. giving b:m the best
Eriiliar.t crosses of any stud in Amer
ica. His get has betn far superior to
that of the French importations. This
horse proves the fict that we can raise
better horses in Oklahoma than they
can la the old country.
The pride of Vx. Warren's stable of
fine thoroughbred registered Perctt-
erons in addition to the Duke is one of
the Duke's offerings Dewey a 15
months old stud get of Maud by Dyke
of France. Dewey is a record breaker
for a 1" months old co!t having put on
three pounds per day during his 4
days of life weighing now Iio pounds.
He is the most perfect piece of horse
flesh in the state and is destined to be
a national If not an international prize
winner. The sire and dam of the Duke
of France took first prize at the Mis-
souri and Kansas state fairs. The Duke
of France. Maud and Iewey have never
been beaten on exhibition. Mr. War-
ren is the best man on Pereheron
horses In the state. .
Mr. Warren maintains his breeding
stables at Vinita just at the edge of
the city and ojK-rates a large farm six
miles from the city.
Tie Ci.-f.i -i ia ai-iori t as-
BisiiJce ti as-i.ii.7 of E. N. WUiiaa-
:2r ta ta c:e ci Rr-Jer Deis
of CraiJf Cocksy Ckaiosia. sii;ci
t tie .:tir.a cf ti- tsjocrati
E. X. WIXXLIMSOS.
Ti C-ir.ta.i ss aitiorijci to aa-
lsocs.ee ti cas.d-.lisy of !L L Riiea-
i&XT tvr r-ei-;ti.jc ta tie cc o
Isieril tf Cnis Co:y OsCaioia
?i-ii;et t tie acsiin of tie Dsxr.:i
! Pessary of AiynS. lilt.
H. E. RrCEXMOCR.
NORTH I S7 IRN MOVFY
What About You?
Are you with us in making
Vinita a better town. Craig
county a better county? If
so CUT OUT the Mai! Order
house and patronize home
Hinita irtaiim. AsHariattmt
Ti 'Ct;saia is asti-jrUei' t is-
!sc;sjce E-sit. L- Ccasiierlla as a ea&-
i iLIite f 5f tie o-re of Sier-.ff of Cnig
iCocsiy ';i'ct tf tie actios of tie
!".-".) ra-. t-r.mrv. - i
Ti Ciieftaia is juti-srifed t a-
acxac F J. MfBraie of Eij CaMs as
fa. easdisiaz fir tie cce of Costy
Cierk of Craig Ciscty. -b'-t t. tke
sttioa of tie DsC'X-ratic prissary.
A Letter From Watsila.
Mr. Chieftain: I ben see It in paper
some nians nounee it her self office
agin. I oon i Know uui i si-.i kjiuc
body going get in beat at lexon next
time way attoul August this year.
Well this I.'.jnn Just don't say it
much but list. n close and see it what
some body say about it that man who
hen run it every time ben it lexon in
That I'nde Bam say she give it state-
hood and make it free country au ltd
it olfiee every two year and l'-ct it
t.e-A' one too if want to. by g sh.
This Injun just going to vote it some
body every time democrat I jspeel hut
I don't like it put it some body in oflUe
all time when taint no count just like
It some body. I know who tis by gosh
Mr. Chieftain I ben live it here all
time my life I Just sai h it some bodies
give It office and she think it she can
get any kind olTice she want
j I tell it you Mr. Chieftain we going
to make it some body go it hack on
1 place and wore red socks and eat it
; corn bread and lasses juH like it use
to way long time ago.
i We going to vide it office give it to
hmlv iluln't have of!iee:last lime. I see
lots man (good man tol she I like
it oflice I like lo live it to Vinita and
be it in county seat and git $lo..00 or
1 37.50 dollar one month about thirty
days. I sped and have it deputy do
It work to.
I Just say it to every body wach it
close and aee it who tis come out for it
office and vote it for good man led It
to office that kind."
We sure got it some good mans this
county thay make it good office to. This
The Clieftaia is autsoriie.i to ac-
r.o.r.'e L- P. Ssaart as a candidate for
tie c"ce of Sieril of Craig Cocaty.
Gklahos?. subject to the Democratic
prstcary. As; gust lilt.
I hereby announce myseif for re-
eled tioa to tie off.ee of County Clerk
of Craig Coanty. subject to the action
of tie Democratic primary of August
1512. R. F. MX.
The Chieftain is authorized to an
nounce the name of Ceo. H. Ogden as a
candidate for County Treasurer of
Craig Ccwnty subject to the action of
the Democratic primary in August
1511 GEO. H. OGDEN
I am a candidate for re-election to
the oSice of County Judge of Craig
Coanty subjed to the action of the
Democratic primary to be held in
August. I stand on my old piatform
that of low taxes and law enforcement.
I ask the support of all voters who
view these matters as I do.
S. F. PARKS.
All complaint of delivery thould
reported to tie Circulation Depait
eat. Phone 4
OVER 05 YEARS'
ntfff frv-rtin tmt Vmi wMtfter sa
frt fr. ()1t trmry fof Mcnruiff patent.
ini tAio tbrrcgk Mann & Cx receive
tfiM Mku withomt C6r is U
mi4tn rf oefilUk; Joqrni. Trm m
jr: 1-ir miu$L ijW b j mil nwdir.
(wxneti OWc. "C5 V Pt Wahiniun l.
?ot a rew raiiroa-J tut w a new
route over roads well known for the
iplendij service they give the
& Santa Fe
The establishment of this through
service has provided a short and
tiost ditfet route ;o California
Arizona and New Mexico.
The route is the warm cor.ifcrinble
Southern way. via the scenic sections
of New Mexico zsi the Grand
Canyon of Arizona "the grandest
sight in all America-''
Daily through rianaard
and tourist sleeper service
established Nov. 12th
If you are planning a trip to Cal-
ifornia consider the advantage of
'his new direct route. The Frisco
Agent will give you full information
about this new service.
aturday Feb. 3
THE Mil ENGLISH
in a maj-Jruier.: p:Jjctbn of the WorlJ's Greatest Comic Opera
"THE BOHEMIAN GIRL"
With the following remarkable company compris-
ing ths greatest aggregation of Stars
ever heard in English Opera:
JOSEPH F. SHELiHAN
America's Greatest Tenor and Operatic Star
Famous Baritone from the Tivoli Opera Co. San Francisco
FRANCIS J. TYLER
Basso of Henry YY. Savage's Gr?.nd Opera Company
WILLIAM J. JORGENSEN
Tenor with The Castle Square Opera Company
Tenor with the New York Opera Company.
Tenor with the Hippodrome Opera Company
Baritone with the Carl Rosa Opera Co. London England
MISS GLADYS CALDWELL
Prima Donna of the International Grand Opera Company.
MISS MARION WALKER
Contralto w ith the Metropolitan Grand Opera Company
Miss NORA MAC GAEHN
Contralto w'th the Castle Square Opera Company
MISS ANABEL TARLTON
Soprano with the Metropolitan English Opera Company
Orchestra under the direction of William Glover
Henry Crabtree .
Joyle Le Ciaire
J. h. Dickensen
William H. Jones
Charles F. Sheeban
A. H. Hall
Without doubt the highest priced aggregation of stars ever heard
in Comic Opera.
In spite of the magnificence of this production and the w orld re-
nowned artists the prices w ill be w ithin reach of all.
50c 75c $1.00 $1.50 Boxes $2
-NOTE: The management urges that patrons make their reser-
vations as early as possiqle in order to avoid disappointment.
Mail orders accompanied by remittance now filled in order received
It is with great pride that the management of the Grand Theatre
announces the engagement of the Sheehan English Opera company
From the Atlantic to'the Pacific coast press and public are
unanimous in proclaiming this organization the finest opera
company in the English langua2e.
Realizing the fact that inasmuch as this is one of the most
notable attractions heard in this city and that the demand for
seats will be unusual the management has arranged to allow
patrons the opportunity of procuring desirable seats at once for
this engagement. This has been done in response to many
requests from theatregoers who do not wish to stand in line yet
desire to be assured of good seats in advance. Seats now on sale
jh : :l'l::--i.l
The Great Gypsy Camp Scene in "The Bohemian
Girl" at the Grand Saturday Feb. 3
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 237, Ed. 1 Monday, January 29, 1912, newspaper, January 29, 1912; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775114/m1/2/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.