Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 251, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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$8.00 Boots $5.00
7M Boots 4.45
6.50 and $7.00 Shoes 4.45
6.00 Shoes . . 3.95
$5.50 Shoes i 3.75
5.00 Shoes 3.55
4.50 Shoes 3.25
4.00 Shoes 2.85
$3.50 Shoes . $2.45
3.00 Shoes 2.15
2.50 Shoes I.75
2.00 Children's Shoes 1.40
$1.50 Children's Shoes 1.05
1.00 Children's Shoes 69c
75c Children's Shoes A 53c
50c Children's Shoes 33c
THE STORE OF THE TOWN
Corner Opposite Postoffice
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n- OFFICIAL CITY PAPER
Vinita Okla. Friday February 10.
prcme court of the District of Colum-
bia tl will take at least twelve
months longer perhaps two years
Entered as second-class matter !onBr' t0 reat h tlie 8ul)reme court for
August 3 1908 at postomce In Vinita determination by this process than
Okla. under Act of March 3 1879. (through the court of claims which
ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Col)Id paHS lpfm the matter lmmediate-
Published by I If I had a vote I should vote In favor
D. M. MARR3 PRINTING COMPANY 0f enrolling the children. It will not
Per week by carrier $ .10 coflt e enro"ed Cherokees exceeding
Per month by carrier 45 $100 apiece to give the children these
Per year by carrier. In advance... 5.00 allotments and I personally favor it.
One month by mall In advance... .40 B t Bln th nllPHton m1Ht hft
Three months by mall In advance 1.00 f" the question must be ad"
One year by mail In advance 4.00 Indicated In court the more quickly It
is done the better both for the chil-
dren and for the peace of the commun
The Creek people are now suing the
United States for four million dollars
for enrolling the Creek children In
like manner and if this matter were
not settled in court It would lead to a
suit against the United States by the
Cherokees of probably five million dol
It. L. OWEN.
The Vinita Chieftain Vinita Okla.
The Horse' Editor has a word with
the hired man: "No John D we
would not advise you to be harsh with
the hired man when he shows a dis-
position to shirk. Just take him off
behind the barn and tell him that stary
of the ox and ihe mule which is so
effectively featured In the January
I hereby announce myself a candi- Karat. The ox got tired of pulling a
lute for City Marshal subject to the plow and proposed to the mule that
democratic primary. WILL BAXLEY. ! they play off sick and get a rest. The
mule objected but the ox persisted.
i we .are authorized to announce the
-mme of Jacob Smith for the office of
City Marshal ' for 'the city of Vinita
'subject to the democratic primary.
I desire to announcc that I am a can-
lidate for City Marshal subject to
he action of the democratic primary.
H. C. CIIATTERTON.
The Chieftain Is authorized to an-
lounce II R Clark a candidate for City
Marshal subject to the action of the
I hereby announce myself a candl-
late for City MarMial subject to "the
democratic primary DEN WILLIAMS.
We are authorized to announce the
lame of Paul If. Maekey as candidate
or the office of CHy Attorney subject
0 the action of the Democratic pri-
mary. We are authorized to announce the
andidacy of A. J.' Green for the office
f City Clerk subject to the action of
he Democratic primary.
The owner an unsuspicious man
thought the ox was really sick so he
bedded him down nice and left feed
and water close by all the next day.
The mule came in from work at night
and reported that the master had not
mentioned the ox-s absence where-
upon the ox decided to work the same
racket the next day. The master as
before bedded him down nice and left
feed and water handy but the mule
went out to work as usual. Once more
the ox Inquired if the old man had said
anything about him. "No replied the
mule 'not to me. but he did have a
thundering long talk with the butcher
on the way home.' The ox was ready
for work next day you bet. The shir-
ker who can't see the point to this
story wouldn't feel a 10-pound brick
if It smote him on the point of the
It was Joseph W. Folk who said:
I "No city can be Injured by the en-
forcement of the people's laws. To
Senator Owen. seeks to explain his do otherwise is to substitute the will
ction In the "too late" cases In a of the official for the laws of the poo-
ler to the Chieftain setting forth pie and that is tyranny. No state can
in reasons for Introducing the bill be hurt by exposing grafting. To do
ia't simply means a big lawyer fee for otherwise la to connive at it. There
bunch of irresponsible Cherokee. a no secret remedy known for evils
rafters who do not represent the of this character. They cannot be
herokee people but simply want a jcured by hiding them. The disgrace
;e. The case was practically settled. i8 not in their correction but in sub-
ad not Owen introduced the bill to mission to them with supine Indiffer-
?open it. The senators letter follows: cnce. It la well tor a state to displav
Washington p. C Feb. 7. 1911. its virtues and not to parade its faults-
Dear Sir: My attention has been but it should not be forgottenxthat the
ailed to a recent criticism upon me highest civic virtue is the overthrow
I .. .. .1 t i.nt . ; 1 . r I . ....
ji iiiiruuuuuig um iu yruviue lor or depravity.
le determination by the supreme
aurt of the McCumber amendment
We are authorised to announce
iharlee IL Good paster as a candidate
sr Chief of Police' subject to the an-
ion -of the. Democratic primary
I ..be to announce- that I am a can-idute-for
the offlee of City Attorney
ubject to the Democratic primary In
larch. 1(. J Swrt3.
came a state is hot binding upon the
state in other words the supreme
court thinks the people of Oklahoma
were Just "funnin" when they by or-
dinance irrevocable adopted the en-
-' O .
There is certainly ' no popular de-
mand that the commissioners of Craig
county should get Into a wrangle over
the disposition of the county funds.
The funds of Craig county should be
handled Just as an individual would
handle his own money which un-
doubtedly .would be to place it "where
It would yield the most and be the
safest. Every taxpayer in the county
has an interest In the county's funds
and there should be no prejudice nor
politics In the matter. The Chieftain
certainly has no Interest in the matter
other than stand for the Interests of
the taxpayers of Craig county.
The extension of the time when
taxes become delinquent does not in-
clude special improvement taxes
which are now due and if not paid
promptly the 18 per cent penalty will
attach. Some of the taxpayers of
Vinita evidently do not understand
that this is the case as special im
provement taxes are being neglected.
Ex-Governor Haskell is now ready
to help move the state capital to Mus-
kogee according to news dispatches.
The most sanguine fighters in the
Mexican revolution are the press
Will Be 6iven Away
RARE FORMS OF MARINE LIFE
1 imirm7--.. ... L.-sfeslDili
1 a ft
The supreme court has at last de-
nd the provision enrolling the chil- cided the capital removal case which
ren born subsequent to 1902 in the might have been decided long ago.
herokee Nation. The point upon which the decision
My reason for introducing this bill hinged was the old question of states
as that in my opinion these questions ( rights the real cause of the great civil
lust be determined in the supreme ( war. But it Is interesting to note that
vurt. Suits covering these points the courts oplnior was that the en-
ave already been brought in the su- abling act under which Oklahoma be-
Beaked Whale and Weit Indian Ech-
Inolda Ara Described In the Bulla-
tlna of tha National Muaaum.
. The United Statea National museum
hsa Issued two bulletins In tha quarto
Of these the first. Bulletin 73 la "An
account of the beaked whales of the
family Ziphldae In th collection of
tha United States National museum
with remarks on soma specimens in
other American museums" by Dr.
Frederick W. True head curator of
the department of biology in the
United States National museum.
The beaked whales are among tha
rarest cetaceans and pf the three gen-
era only specimens representing about
100 individuals are known. The three
genera in the family Ziphldae are
Mesoplodon. Ziphlus and Beradius
and to the discussions of these with
their individual species Doctor True
has devoted his attention.
The second of these bulletins No.
74 Is "On Some West Indian Echln-
olds" by the well known authority
Theodore Mortenson of the Zoological
museum of Copenhagen Denmark.
Of special interest In this bulle-
tin is the list of North American and
West Indian Echlnoids which he has
carefully compiled from the speci-
mens obtained by the Blake and the
Albatross. The bulletin is beautifully
illustrated by 16 full-page plates of
these interesting forms of marina life.
' "v-. Caper Butter.
Chop one tablespoon of capers very
fine rub through a sieve with a wood-
en spoon and mix them with a salt-
spoon of pepper and one ounce (or
more) of cold butter. Put a layer of
uua ouner uu wisu ana serve flaa
Apple butter made from apple pulp
! Rua apple pulp through a sieve
tad add sugar and pioes to taste. Boll
to minutes slowly.
Merchants Who Will
give Coupons good for
25 Votes with each
Jumbo Mercantile Co.
Shanahan & Mitchell
E. N. Ratclif f Mercantile Co.
L. P. Garrison
Enterprise Grocery Co.
Ladies and Misses Outfitters
Vinita Drug Co.
Smiley & Co.
Furniture. Rugs House Furnishings
and Second Hand Furniture
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To the person receiving the greatest number
of votes this beautiful $350.00 Piano will be
given absolutely free subject to the following
This Contest is open to any person except those
who are interested in any way. with this paper or
members of the immediate family of merchants who
are handling Coupons.
Coupons good for 5bo Votes will be given for each;
jl.oo paid upon subscription to either the Daily or
Weekly edition of this paper.
Coupons good for 25 Votes will be given with each
One Dolla repurchase made at the store of any mer-
chant in this city who handles Merchant's Coupons' ia
All Merchant's Coupons must be signed or stamped!
by the firm issuing them.
All votes must be deposited in locked ballot box.
No vote can be changed or transferred after being
Names of contestants and their standing will be
printed each week.
Each contestant will receive a prize in this contest
provided however that no contestant shall be eligible
to receive a prize 1 until they have furnished five or
more yearly subscriptions to this paper.
1 he contestants shall have choice of prizes in the
order of their standing at the close of this contest.
This contest will close'on April 15 unless the
editor of this paper and the contest companv decide
that it is for the be.vt interests of this contest to have
it close on a different date provided however that
the date so chosen cannot be more than xo days from
the original date. - '
Ten davs notice must be fiven before an v rViano-P .
. J - 0 J -WUMk
can be made in the closing date of this contest.
S5.00 in Gold Will Be Paid to Person Who First Nominates Candidate Who Receives Greatest Number of Votes.
Empire Grocery Co.
A: B. Watson
Dry Goods Notions and Shoes
C. N. Martin
Ladies Ready-Made Goods
Vinita's Big Department Store
Bramble Millinery Co.
Owl Drug Store
. Drugs and Sundries
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Marrs, D. M. Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 251, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1911, newspaper, February 10, 1911; Vinita, Okla.. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc776068/m1/2/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.