Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 301, Ed. 1 Monday, April 10, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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Tine Door of Opportunity is Open
To the Young Men and Women of Vinita and Surrounding Country
Which are You? A Trained or an Untrained Man ?
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Are you satisfied to work for your present salary all your life? Are you working from six
in the morning until eight at night? Which class would you rather belong to the long.
hour-and-Iittlc-pay class or the short-hour-and-big-pay class ?
Don't Weep Over Lost Opportunities. Get a Business Education
And you can battle with the would. You can join the big pay class. The hours are
shorter the work lighter and the pay envelops is much fatter. Attend DRAUGHON'S
they are recognized the world over as being the largest and best.
We teach all business branches. We employ an experienced corps of teachers. We
sell a life scholarship in every department. We secure positions for our students. We
invite business men to call and investigate our method of teaching and systems used.
A Special Discount of Six Dollars to All Who Enroll This Week
Between Now and Monday April the 17th 1911
For further information see any of our students better yet call at the office and talk it
over with Prof. W. J. Bailey.
Write Phone or Call on
PROF. W. J. BAILEY Manager
Third Floor Over First National Bank
A Gr-at Newpaper And Pedigreed
Seed Corn Proposition.
The Kansas City Weekly Journal Is
making a great offer to farmers in the
way of two splendid publications and
a pound of pedigreed white seed corn.
Any farmer sending fifty cents will re-
ceive The Kansas City Weekly Jour-
nal one full year and will also receive
The MiBsouri and Kansas Fanner a
till year. The Kansas City Weekly
Journal is a splendid newspaper that
furnishes a full and complete tele-
graphic report In condensed form a
large volumne of nilBcellaneaus news
and a splendid market report. It keeps
tho farmers thoroughly posted on all
he world's doings. Tho Missouri and
Kansas Farmer Is an old established
Bomi-nionthly farm paper that runs
about 20 to 32 pages each Issue. It is
filled with first-class matter of Inter-
est to the farm. In addition to these
bp endld papers for one yenr tho sub
scriber will receive one pound of pure
pedigreed white seed corn. This corn
was raised In Clay county Mo. and
is known as the ("lay County White;
t Is a 95-day corn and is a wonderful
producer last year having produced
90 bushels per acre. It has taken sev-
eral years to bring it to its present
high standard. It now stands at the
head of the list for quality nnW pro-
ductiveness. Pure white ears large
weighing over ono pound each cob
small and grain very deep and com-
pact filling cob completely over tip;
ninny ears contain over 1400 grains
each. Fanners will And it to their In-
terest to secure this seed corn as it Is
furnished to them absolutely free with
these two complete papers one year at
All that is necessary is to send 50
cents and you will receive The Kansas
City Weekly Journal one full year and
also The Missouri and Kansas Farm-
er ono full year and a pound of this
splendid pedigreed white seed corn
free postage prepaid. Address
THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY JOUR-
NAL KANSAS CITY MO.
Seed Corn Dept.
Increase in Population.
Fusan and Jlnsen are the two prln
clpal ports of Korea. FuBan is one of
the best ports In the far east only 30
miles from the northern extremity ol
Tsushima Island Japan. The town hai
fine streets and Is densely populated
All over the town commercial actlvltj
Is in evidence. The population in-
cludes 20000 Japanese whose admin-
istration of the town Is 'rapidly In-
creasing Its prosperity insen open
to trade since 1882 was then only a
small fishing village. It is also pros-
perous with a population of 5500 one-
All complaint! or delivery should
be reported to the Circulation Depart-
ment. Phone 44.
SADDLE STALLION Hex Forrest
No. 1598 sired by Rex McDonald No
833 will stand at my farm one-half
mile east of town the season of 1911.
Write for terms and pedigree. Geo. M.
Martin. Vinita Okla. R. F. D. No. 2.
WANTED A few representatives in
Craig and surrounding counties. Good
pay. No time to loose. Also wish to
correspond with ministers and teach-
ers not employed. For full particulars
write J. Wesley Dickson general de-
livery Muskogee Okla. 1-3
End of a Famous Church.
Belgrave chapel adjoining Belgrave
square which Is almost the last of the
proprietary churches In London is to
be demolished the duke of Westmin-
ster refusing to renew the lease which
has now expired. Its correct title is
St. George's church and at one time
It enjoyed a crowded and fashionable
congregation among whom were num-
bered the late duchess of Tek mother
of the queen and Princess Louiiw
duchess of Argyll. At the height of
Its popularity the congregation was
so large that even the Bteps of the pul-
pit wore occupied.
Morality and Beauty.
So many people think if they have
an 111-fltting dress eat a badly cooked
dinner and have no ravishment In the
clean sweet use of the senses they
are leading a moral life. It is a pro-
found depth of Immorality to be able
to live without beauty and perhaps
the most tragic thing In our social sys-
tem is that while one class has a sur-
feit of beauty and show which they
mistake for beauty another class la
deprived of beauty altogether. It Is
more beauty we want and less luxury.
SPECIAL VALUES PREVAIL AT MENDEL'S
There'sVnot a moment to lose. - Select your new Suit or Dress at
Mendel's tomorrow. We are ready with hundreds of smart suits
charming costumes waists coats and dresses. The field of choice
is marvelously large. Late purchasing enables us to offer a great
many choice suits considerably underpriced values greatly appre
ciated by eleventh hour shoppers.
Skater In Army.
A corps of skaters Is attached to
the Norwegian army the members be-
ing selected for their good physique
and their accurate marksmanship as
well as their ability to cover long dis-
tances on Ice skates. These nkator.
can be maneuvered on the ice or over
the mountain snow fields with as great
ranldtty as the best trained cavairv
As an instance of their speed one of
the corps some urns ago accomplished
120 miles In 1SV4 hours and thin
done over very mountainous country.
Poetic Idea of Architecture.
A distinguished philosopher kdoIi
of architecture as frozen music and
his assertion caused many to nhnh-
their heads. We believe that really
oeauuiui iaea coma not be better re-
Introduced than by calling architec-
ture silent music Goethe
$12.50 to $25.00
Some very striking models among these of French
serges worsteds tweeds checks and mixtures.
Plain effects large fancy collars and cuffs. Skirts
with new high waist line having the loose panel
or with inverted side pleats. Linings are of Peau
de Cygne or fancy silk. Almost every style you
couldgwish will be found in this great assortment
of suits well worth a great deal more at only
$12.50 to $25.00
An almost endless number of clever designs in
calling costumes bridge frocks morning dresses
and afternoon gowns comprising every distinctive
style of the season. Dressy creations crantely
beads embroidered in white or coral velied novel-
ties hand embroidered effects etc. Some with
sailor collars. Many with peasant sleeves others
have plain sleeves in short three-quarter and full
lengths. Messalines Voiles Marquisettes and Net.
$12.00 to $27.50
duced to $20. Other
Skirts Reduced in
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We Announce a New
Arrival of Coral
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 301, Ed. 1 Monday, April 10, 1911, newspaper, April 10, 1911; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc775747/m1/4/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.