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OFFICIAL C-'TY PAPER If you cole for Booserek yew be M:mg with the Perkiss Ectered u Acgnst 2. IKs Qk!a.. under A ISSUED DAI :pt scndat Ice ia Vinita, Ward, tike Tim" Wood rafts, tte 1. ltTO "Blir FUbes uk tfcetr aggregation of special tract favorite's a d bosses. Ot ih other ham! if ?oa rote for; Published by Wilson, you bate g-xwJ rejwbli- M. MARKS PRINTING COMPANY Par. A the Omaha World-' Herald forcibly prist Mlt ia tee Song, Par weak by cantor f Jl Hat of republicans wao iil vote for Par BBUk by canter .tf Governor Wilson, there la Dr. W5kv. 1 4 m o. Per year by carrier, is advance. Ttree months bj mail ia advance L'O Oae rear by taaJ!. ia advance 4M WE WANT re a THE NEWS little item. SEND IT IN There fa) no lime like the pretest be!, WeH appreciate tt too Jnst like we aJmayi do rouli proaol'r send rour itt le item in '"JJ the ckaaapkm of pare food: there is ! .-: - aw :. ,' in San Francisco. ar.d Clans SpreeV ' el, who has spent a fortune and fif teen years in f igb ting the sugar trust . there is Senator Works of California; there is Jacob Seals', the noted bank er and philanthropist of New York, Dr. William Jay ScbSeffelin. another like aim; there is cbartea R Crane, one of Chicago's greatest famines s men. aad Howell Evans, the Phila delphia manufacturer, aad Rev Madi son C. Peters, the New Tort clergy man, and Eric an J RJdgway. the pub jHsher of Everybody arid Just hosts and hosts of others With which class of men do you prefer to align yourelres? la When you hear that something's hap pened. MAJL IT IN It will only uke two pennies worth of tia. Youll fee! better every day All along life's rugged way. If yooll think begin. If you know of any aewr no IT IN REVIEW AND PROPHECY There are fourteen states regarding which there is bo controversy, and ia which with two or three exceptions. I the opposition to the democratic can-! abo-jt the printer, so ' dilal merely nomiaal. These1 states are Alabama. Arkansas. Fior-j ids. Georgia, Kentucky. Louisiana, j PHONE MarTlaJsd. Mississippi, North Caro lina. Oklahoma. South Carolina. Ten MB make us saaile down to chin; it win an re a a forehead j"' u T and Virginia. Mary- IHHL 'HklaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHu I HUSS ARS n t-ar land is the only one of them which -'- .has cast a solid republican rote for When your neighbor read tbe pridat ia generation dr more; who has no opposition for the office of county attorney, an J who is WILLARD H. VOYLES (twice Maryland has divided her vote9 8o pboue your local paper phone aod ODCe Kentucky did the same it in. When you hear of STEP RIGHT IX We will greet you with aad a grin; For we like to priat the news Aad 'twill aare your only shoes If we do not hav to chase the items in. W. E. Shoes in The Minco fOkla.) Minstrel. These fourteen states will hae 157 votes in the electoral college Of the . devoting his time in making speeches for the Jemocracy of Craig county. Mr. Voyk-s is a winning campaigner and is winning votes for the democratic ticket. or e other remaining 347 electoral rotes only 109 ... , . . I are necessarr to the eWtinn Z ?? WiU Pre11 - the .hat Governor Wilson lcr,,., Vil. ' " "-"" f""-.' i" -, HIS UHMUrtlt tentv or fifln nrton a howdy "V ' tml nf hntk hr.rw . . : . . uecause of the peculiar conditions , , ; " ui aai ne ininas I " ""i " pro- now. we are actice n the livine greaaive policies to which it is resent, for Deonle now in thh .n. jPledgt. ,n aDd for iiiQg ye.t ( k. d lion't forget to rote early vote ia needed O Your existing this year and because of the character of the candidates and the campaign which is being waged, the' .. revision following etates with 111 electoral L . V . " Hr (rwt groping n the dead past. ui lur warm io reauce me . Am rrkias. oi steel trust H fame, the angel of rotes are as surely democratic as ' 7 . . . ' v l" aa lacK OI expene.ee as a those named ia the foregoing lb 1" f Witk " lHtie ,M man. I may be permitted to Arizona. Colorado. Indiana. Iowa ,Mte "f" &S i those most concerned that Maine. Missouri, Montana. New Jer-!' t "force- General Taylor had no experience u. lUr xaiiui preoauor? whatsoever in public life, never having t .... .- . . ,J - - a inimipaiiiia. voted even a single time, and that "It will have a free government :onm inh,,, h.ri hui. . . - - - ...... uwu , r. . I . r A I ' emanc pated from boss rule and from ience It was universallv admitted sey. Ohio, and West Virginia Thus is Governor Wilson's election i accomplished without the votes of MasaachasetU. New York. PeLnsv! party, told the senate Minnesota Nebraska Kansas, and the Zl i 1 SL? "t'T ' f the " .-t... k.. v.. '..I... . . . anajrs irons .he cay of Wood row vi- 'althfniir and mii rrr.K,- committee that when other New England states and the and ban ester t the third term !! -ligal;: - ksttoa ieen mm a -.a me colonel will be all state. This is not to say that in square. Well. Perkins admitted that these state, the chanc of th domn. are not a good as rania. Michigan,' .Illinois. Wisconsin. TOrorstk,n . bar " that those preaidesu discharged their j day is over, all accounts be-1 Rocky mountain and Pacific lim aid the colonel will be 'all state. This is not to sa.V Well. Perkins admitted that these states, the it cost him $132,904 to square the ac-Jcratic nominee (an count Pretty neat num. even former partner of the opulent M O for a tboe of his opponents, for in each one rgan of them they are infinitely better, but I the fact U merely recorded here to Guthrie's proposal to move the capi- bow what was stated at the outset, tal from Oklahoma City should re-jMm,r- th certainty of Governor Wil- celve an emphatic no from the voters n election. Frank B. Ixrd in No- of this state and on qaeation of capital for all settle the . Tembr National Monthly, location Okie- O noma City has been selected by a de-' "Every ote for Wood row Wilso-.i ckrire rote oace aad there is where it vote fr progressive government.' should remain Veot no on the capi-,ar the New York World. "Every tal removal question. progressive vote against Woodrow son's i-augiiratioE. ' "That is what tbe great mas American people want. wfetli call themselves democrats oi Hears or progressive That they will get if they set intel Tbe way to get it is to give C Wilson a majority so overw that it will be Indeed the void people. "Why waste vour vote?" SURE VIClORf IN THE MR Continued Proir Pare rc. i Wilson is a vote thrown awav. or Then, if it works wll. the people will recognize it and reward us. If it proves bad in practice, the people will In this democratic year of 1912 thn lhro,rn wkea there is a posaibllitr and ind.i I "Wtv waste Toar v,t' s probabiiltT that the democratic party ' Mr Roof Telt caiiiot be elec ted throw us out, as they should do. We will arry every sta'e In the union. i As bet'een him and Mr. Taft tbe nave recently witnessed at Washing Oklahoma a state that has led thei'"0""1 18 m,rP,)' a Pisa of which ton a snecUcle of a democ ratic house onward march of democracy is not going to lag behi-.d Now that she (will nm third Tl log but it is not be Interest passing go-jd bills bills which would to the we!- have greatly reduced the high cost of aees the ripening fruits of her earner 1 ,,re of tbe American people. Even if living and which would have goi.e straggle, immediately in the future is ttoosereii could oy any possible tar toward relieving the people of not going to abiadon tbe faith noon which ah in - oli.l in result w IV JUMnj. VKIUUU14 will remain in tbe democratic column. Tbi is her natural place She i not chance be elected, his victorv would tbe burden of herv ihh and nf a only in a deadlocked govern- republican president vetoing these ment Me would ha"e a hostile con- bills as fast as they reached him. So gress to deal with, which did not rec- I repeat that we vant bouse, senate Kreparod to make herself a foundling ,Kn,t' hls l'derhiP and P MOMM and prer dc-t all three to be denjo or an outcast poinically; but it is well1 not work witfc nim Hi election cratk . enough for democrats to remember "ou' n,ean rour ypar tur the danger of overonfidence and. the 'lnoul Pro"i lo "e wntry importance of an impressive demo-' atioti 'aithhilJy and well Everjt:dv admits that Abraham Lincoln was a great s of the president: many deem him tbe great er ttey st of the twenir-sii. All agree that tepub- ie was one of tbe foot greatest. His is what iame is w ritten hign o nthe scanty j Ibjeatly. :st of the immortals, yet prior to his orereor election to the presidency his entire he!ra:ng public service consisted of a term or 1 of the two in the Illinois legislature, and one! term in congress Governor Wilson's 'Hibiic career consists of two years as governor of a great commonwealth.! Everybody declares that be ha? made! rood governor, ard if he makes as? great a president as Lincoln even the most fastidious should be satisfied. He was for years professor In famous in-j stitutions of learning and president of one of the greatest universities in the! land, or ia the world. As a presiden-' rial scholar, he will rank with Thomas! 'efferson. James Madison. John Quincy danis and James A. Garbeld. We present him to the voter of Vmerica as a man of wide learning, high character and splendid executive ability. He is now a great governor of a great state. He will make a great president of the mightiest government n the face of the earth. The presi dent of this republic is the roost pow erful officer known among men. It will be the happy destiny of President Woodrow Wilson to wield the vast ratir majority Tin sible incentive for tt ity on the pan of al now until the polls i every bor ates! actlv- The Btilglu meetings have begun in this city and from present indications will be in flie limelight for the next three or four weeks. Dr. Bulgin cap tured tbe great throng at the Gur.ter who might have had prejudices and preconceived notions as to the evang. list's methods. Instead of a wicked, abusive and persona! harangue as some thought they would hear, be , preached a great gospel sermon fail of love and tenderness. Dr. Bulgin bates sin in all its multitudinous forms.' but loves the sinner and is the sort of preacher to reach men and womei in al! the walks of life. There will be nothing greater than these meet ings for the time being and the Chief tain expects to give them all the space tbelr news value will Justify. O Sociaih men ej known by the company tiit-y keep Politically the same thing Is trie o a large extent. When you cast your vote on election day if you vote for Taft you will be voting with the Morgans, the Rocke- So far in tl'is campaign tbe two irr.nc.pa. cn tc.sms .eveled agst ww of hi, nigb fop tfc wuitrruur n noon are: i. mat ne tlas bad little experience in public life, that his opinions on certain subkets have changed in h lapse- of time. As no mistake as to the meaning of the to the latter, while admitti- g that con people's mandate R will go into sistency is ranked among the virtues, office with a democratic house, and it is much better to be right though if bis majority is large enough be w ill inconsistent, than to be consistent ha a democratic senate as well though wrong. The question is not Governor Wilson can be elected. and he will be elected. Rut this Is not enough. He should be elected by a majority so great that there can bo 't if his country and his kind. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself as a can' didate for re-election to the office ol justice of the peace of municipal town- DAVID MERfDETM. Vinita. Okla MM j j ! 9 iiCH SCHOOL AUDfTOPIUlV! October 30th Scene in "The Girl From Tokio" at the Grand, Stir. Jay, November 3rd singing band. They are meet ng two demands of the present day lyceum: a demand for military splendor and I action, and a demand for the rollick ing spirit and dash of the college glee club. Their coming will be nothing less than an event of wonderful interest among lovers of spirited music It. male chorus as weil as brass band they are simply fine. They are presentirg Arthur Foote's Hiawatha's Farewell. In which they not only sing all the sjIo and chorus parts, but as a band play the introduction, the interlude and finale. It's a great uuniber. Their instruments are flute two clarinets, cornett. two French horns trombone, d-'.ubi bell eupao; taba What an aggregation! chorus work there are two pat arid oae man at the piano 3jnt, ia all. The Hussars open tbe lyceum sea son at the Vinita high school audj torioic, Wednesday, Oct. 30, at fA5 m. The course Includes fire high class attractions. Season tickets, good for five numbers and reserved seats. $IM On sale by tbe school boys and gir!s and at tbe Jumbo, Harry Meade s. Ratciiffs. M. Stevens, Shananan & .Mitchell's and the Leader office. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That oa the 27th day of November, 1912, tbe undersigned wijj apply to the governor of tbe State of Oklahoma fot pardon in case No. 584, County Court, same being State of Oklahoma ts. Otis Tittle aad John Britt; and also case No. 603, County Court, State of Oklahoma vs. Otis Tittle. All the above cases being from Craig County Court, Craig County. Oklahoma, and being Criminal Court of Appeals No. A-1066 and A ,:. Dated this 25th day of October. 1912. 4t OTIS TITTLE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue or an execution to me di rected and delivered, issued out of the District Court of Craig County, Okla homa, in an action in said Court where in James Gillispie is plaintiff axd Lula M. Reed is defendant, I will, on th 2th day of October, 1912, between tbe hours of 10 o'clock a. m.. and 2 o'clock p. m., of the said day, at Court nous" door in Vinita, in the County afore said, offer at public sale to the high est bidder, for cash ia hand, the fol lowing described property, to-wit: Twon lots'No. 13, 14, 15 and 16, i: Block No. 4, ef the Tittle Addition in Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma, said property having been levied on as the property of the said Lula M. Reed and taken on execution in favor of James Gillispie. Dated this 25th day of September. 1912. H. E. RIDENHOCR. 128-158 Sheriff. State of Oklahoma. Craig County. In District Court. Nellie Mar Cormicle. Plaintiff s Thomas C. Cannicle. Defendant No. 1219. Said defendant Thomas C". Cormicle will take notice that he has been sued in the above named Court for udod divorce and must answer the petition filed therein by said plaintiff on or be fore the 28th day of October A. D. 1912. or said petition will be taken as true .and a judgment for said plaintiff in said action for divorce and alimonv will be rendered accordingly. Dated this 14th day of September 1912. DAVENPORT & RYE, 119-160 Attorneys for Plaintiff LEE R MITCHELL. District rhrk MRS. W. B. CRAWFORD Singing and Piano Lesson; Pupil of William Sherwood, Piano and Vernon d'Arnalle, Singing Barrett-Buffington Building iPhone 295. THEO. D B. FREAK Attorney and Counselor-at-Law t i Rooms 1 and I. Cherokee Building DR. R. L. MITCHELL Coitan Building Phones: Office 607Residence RecTTTV VTNTTA OKLA DR. A. W. HERRON Physician and Surgeon Office in Barrett Building 108 1. gouts Wilson Street. Office Phone 263, Residence Phone 18 Residence 223 Soutb Adair Street GfilO THEATRE Sunday November 3d A Tremendous Iaughitig Screanilnglv Funnv F Direction cf FRANK 0. MILLER. Adapted for tlx English stage by Prank Tannehill. .Ii.. and George W H"rntini. Bright breexy and extremely rrBif Presented by a company of competent, selected, metropolitan nlayeis. Contains More laughs Than "Seven 8ys" or "Baby Mine" PRICES: Balcony, 50c and 75c: Dress Circle. $1.00: Parquet. $1.50. Seats on Sale. November 1st.