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&iU' tUlUlJ vL-lltrilatU; Some mm have hem gtow to & orFICIAL CITY PAPER serve, but the majority of is have seen J. j,nat tno people of the United Stud's Entered ,H'on.'a8 v.'ut' have taken a definite choice. I happen ll mil I ,1, Ili.v ill p.iiMuun.cr ili wimawm common sense and not need any law protecting from a habit which In bad for men but forty times worse for hOM " Okla.. under Act of March 3. 1879. ISSUED DAILY KXCKPT 8UNDAT mbllHhed by r. u UADDG BBIMTINR rOMPANV . , definite direction, and any party, any Per week by carrier t iO man wn0 does not go with them in that Per month by carrier.... ' direction, they will reject Per year bv carrier, lu advance. . . .H ' . .-. ,,,, One month by mail, in advance. . . .40 Therefore. In looku.g forward to the Three months by mail, in advance 1. 0 ; responsibilities that I am about to as One year by muil. in advance sunie, I feel first, last and nil the time tlmf I nm nrtlne in a renrcHcntutive ca- LEST WE FORGET HUMAN CHIDREN. The Humane Calendar of Hie Amerl The people of the United can Hume Education Society says o: turned their faces in a I the flrsUenf of 1913. "The last Sunday to be one of the instruments through whom that choice is expressed, but I nm for the time, and that is for the long future States ha D. M. MARKS Fditor Vinita, Okla. . pacity. I nm bidden to Interpret as " I well as 1 can the purjKises of the people of the 1'nlted States and to act, bo far iis mv choice determines the action. Saturday, January 18. only through the Instrumentality of ' I i .,i it'll j . in f t1nt i-hiii . mmm mma mmm mwmsm missm m mm m km nh I J'tMMMl w livi uiw i vyi xt.tv hi . If Attorney QnhiI West want, to I " ,lbert' tho ma"?r' 1 smoke expensive cigars, pay 25 cents have given bonds, my sacred honor for a shine or tip the hotel help it is is involved, and nothing more could alright, but his salary should be made;"" Involved. Therefore 1 shall not be large enough so that these personal luting as a part.san when 1 pick ou expenses would rot have to be paid progressives, an donly progressives, out of the state ireasury. " representative o q the peop'e of this great country. And The disposition to investigate all therefore. It is a matter of supreme depart...,,. of the state admluistra-1 Insure to me to find In every direc j....... ....... u. u 'tion. aa I turn about from one group of I lull UUl 111ft Hie lurpcill nraaiun sute legislature is the legitimate fruit en to another, that mens minds and i . .. . ...M, .. in, men s nur- of nationwide sentiment. "let thc-i'" people know - The sooner all public l'oses arr yielding to that great im- officials operate in the sunlight of the ? ,,wm8 M utmost publicity the better it will be P of ,hc r,,i,ed S,a,e8 for the indiv idual and the state. ' q I have not hlterto yielded their argu- nient to the nioveme.u oi tue use aie now about to yield their argument. will not say their will. They do not m i in to be acting under compulsion Hu y are beginning to yield their argu ment to the common Judgment of the Nation. I find in discussing questions of business that in speaking to men of Oklahoma republicans aie ronsol lag themselves fivm the fait that the democrats are in power in this state and that all the investigations, charges ami counter-chare :rs concern only democratic officials. The republicans dm like the woman whose hushiL!:l was being hanged for horse stealing, j busiuess I am speaking to men whose and thanked God that he was no blood vision is swinging around to the path kin to her, The complete report from the office of the public printer of Oklahoma w ill be a revelation to the tax payers of this state for the reason that it seems to have betm the policy to use numer ous slush funds of the people's money as a political pie to be divided among few publishers of the state. Thou sands upon thousands of dollars have been spent, much of it needlessly and the particular good accomplished seems to have been to keep certnin newspapers in lirte strong lu the sup port of the powers that be. The indi cations now are that this department will be thoiughly investigated and it preliminary reports properly Indicate what may be expected by a thorough Investigation the tax payers will be appalled when all of the facts are made public Muskogee Press the Oklahoma City honsewife es a bushel of potatoes for "a he believes that she Is buving which the Nation has marked out for itself. i This Nation is full of honorable "men who have been engaged in large busi ness In a way in which they thought they were permitted to do so, both by their conscience and the laws. But they have had their eyes close to their ledgers, they have had their energies so absolutely nbsorbed In the under iiHnvs with which thev were indus trially identified that they have not, until the Nation spoke loud, raised their eyes from their books and papers iand seen how the things they were do j doing stood related to the fortunes of mankind. Now th-y are beginning to see the?. 1 relationships relationships feel the refn away from a their eyes to the fortunes of men otits-ide their usual ken, beyond touch--the great bodies of men with them, hop ichieve. Woodi-ow and as they , see thesi they are beginning t ihment of men w ho tool articular task a. In January is Child Labor Day. It Is flctslarv to educate men and women regarding child labor, what it really Is, find how dearly It Is costing the human race.'' It is our national disgrace that hun dreds of thousands of boys and girls, under sixteen, In this country, are working while other children play or go to school. Boys of nine and ten years are em ployed lu the coal mines and breakers. Hundreds of little boys work nil night long i:i glass factories. Little messenger boys are ruined by night calls at houses of vice. Charles P. Neill, U. S. commissioner of labor, says. "These children are working for us. They are working lor me. They are working for you." Even if the one's ow n states has an effective child labor law, the people in the state use child labor, for they buy cloth children in other states have helped to make, or shoe-strings, straw hats, trimmings. Florence Kelley says no one can stand up and say his or hr clothing is innocent of child labor. Would we let our own boy or girl ten or twelve years old work ten or twelve hours day or night? By what right do we permit or com pel other people's children to help make our food av.d clothes? Only the Human Kather. A pian with power to think, Will take from little children The price of food and drink. Only the Human Mother Degraded, helpless thing: Will make her little children work And live on what they bring! No fledgling feeds the father bird: No chicken feeds the herf! No kitten mouses for the cat This glory is for men. We are the Wisest. Strongest Hace, ' Lottd may our praise he sung The only animal alive That livts upon its young: Charlotte Perkins Oilman. O Oklahoma Wesleyan College. The Oklahoma Wesleyan College is an institution located at Oklahoma Citv. and owned and controlled by the Methodist Episcopal church. South. It -is the only college for women in the took 'state, and occupies a position pecuiiar teml if important o: account of the wide lying range of territory it represents in the The Daily Chieftain Reaches all the people in Vinita, along the Rural Routes and near by towns. The people who spend their money in Vinita redd the Daily Chieftain. It covers the adver tising field like a blanket. Advertise your business in The Chieftain their who would strugf son. and Wil- sixty That's the test. How uianv o WANTS IT AMENDED iihoma has n state law p sale of cigarettes v prohtbtt Because it housewives know the loss which takes is ;i general law, prohibiting the sale place between market and table? to both men n dhoys. It Is not observe 1 leiirTr were made in t hi to any appreciable ext.'iil. aJaso. Ten pounds of ii-iih- Oklahoma!! offers the and the field of Christian education for young women. It is located on a tract of land lying Just north of the city and containing 1!80 acres on which has bee expended the sum of $8(1,000.00. i ik' location is ideal in every way i for such a school. The site is a most beautiful one. overlooking Oklahoma Citv mi rtis nn the hichest noint of ground between Kansas City and Hal veston o the Btdti Fe railroad, and less than oae mile from the geographi Durham, N. C, Bishop James H, Mc Coy, of P.irgingham, Ala.. Dr. J. E. Dfckey, of Oxford, Ga., and other noted men of the United States. Those In charge of the campaign will proceed at onceto cover, as far as possible, the entire state in the interest of the in stitution. Rev. w. A. Shelton. presi dent of the institution, is in cnarge oi the campaign, and is to he assisted by OVER 6S Y CARE EXPERIENCE Go to .if the statt btatoec were bAight. eyes and knobs advice on the subject .ere removed, wnen t'-'.c potatoes were "The present law if igftln weighed. Che result was start cigar dealer, perhap agai I e. Ev cry laps, in the state K. The weinlilJw ao only r. e pountis . Keeps a supply oi cisarcuo "i . ,u Dealers are nofto blame. They sell loast, "the makings" of the same Any tht- kind of potatoes which their cus-j boy In this state can get all the ctg toners wish. Plrhaps a few house jarettes which h wishes. So call the wi.es prefer ntitatoes which are men. The adult smokers know wheth- Kinooth, on whiclt there Is little loss, but many buyersidon't examine imu is partly accounted for Futhennore. wV.i. potatoes are eled deeply. (i remove the eyes ami the ilavor lost. How many that the best laW er or not cigarette smoking is hygenii . boys do not. but it is quite certain that cigarettes are injurious to youths. Amnd the law. I't's stop fooling ourselves. Let's stop boasting about our famous law which is designed to 1- iLi I - ..U..t..l.. kttMMJU Kii I pre till l uoi.uuiu; i i,on-ir.-, vui I I when j! ikiaV. imrchases in th city market Potatoes are potatoes that seems to be ijs far as the investl nation proceeds. 1 Potatoes represent about !." 1"' i i , rdmllt .t.-w-kdi.-t ,lrt .inT-tKlnir nf the kimt If there be a loss-- of one half of the J "let's stop the joke. let's pass a potatoes, then Hut. high cost of living ! new- law to take the place o flhe old ore. Make the law so strict ti"u the j punishn.i nt for violation of it so se I voce that no dealer will dare to sell i iaaretles to a miy. "It we can't etifon.' a law that will prevent the sale oi cigarette to both men and bovs. ami we know that we l car.not. then let's do the next best thing: have a law which is powerful ft-OuRh to koeh cigarettes out of the hands of the y.ningsters. then I one that the mn will use judgment and k lavfr housewives knw otato is fe, to the skin? The removed from the Will be the flavor. ibeM Is important " omati. She can lei i mui by making some -Okjhhoman 1 less skin which, i- jntato, the better ii and sa instigations The campus et in trees and shrubbery, 1 lawn has beeB sodded in Two large dormitories of in every way modern, are complete, and furnished better a y dormitories in any school in ocoooooooo I o o o i o O O O 6 OX3 ooooooooooooo OUR PRESIDENTS. sign Wayne in 1.1.1AM Hlkv'UI y, Virginit, Kel !' IT?:', and in itfS tecame Lie O O o o o o o o tY HARRISON, Ninth President Horn in Charles lu IS?; he joined the army as Kn Lieutenaut. Ac tod as aide-de-camp to st the Western Indians Prom. -ted to cant vlncv and fcsigHl i 1 797 on his appvdntment as Secretary ol 'he Nnfth weal territory. In 179 was territorial delegstt- to Congress and in 1801 becie Governor of Indian Territory In 1 SI I gained the important victoav of Tippecanoe, and In ISIS defeated the MtU 'orves at H e baltle of the Thames. Coucluded a treaty with the North western Indiansun Ist " resigned his commission. Elec ted to Con gress fr,!n Cinaanati. Ohio, iu lfclfi. la 1819 was a member of the Ohio Stat' Senate, and in lti elected to the I nited States Senate. In 1S2S appointed tfjinister to Columbia. Was the Whig candidate for i v-.J; and was defeated bv VanRuren. but in 1S40 he de- fettHl VanlJuron. PrwidfUt Harrison contracted a cold on the day of i,i ,numiration which resulted in bis death one month later. He m Washington on April 4. if 41. O O C O O O O O O o o o o o o o o o 0 o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cal center and laii Bermuda, blick. and built than ail this territory. l,argv. light, well ventilated rooms, wide hallways, front porches, and every modern arrange ment for the convenience of students. An infirmary, with well arranged rooms has been built and furnished: a laundry equippi-d for business; a farm and garden, with farm house and barns and pasture, in which It Is ex pected that a private dairy, etc., will be developed, so that most of the kit chen supplies will he produced on the farm. The administration building is one of the largest of its kind in the state, hatna IM fait! bv Itl feet, with a kitchen and store room added to this. The buildi: g is of re inforced concrete. and is in the form of a Maltese Cross. This building is at present unfinished. There is in this building, at the present time nearly ten thousand d vllars worth of equipment. A campaign has been launched for the raising of a large amount of moiu-y With which to finish the buildings and develop the institution. The original plan contemplates more than forty buildings. and it is expected that it will cost at least half a million dol lars to corap'ete tl plan and develop the college according to the idea The first move is to rsife one hu"dred thou sand dollars for the payment of a'i debts raid the finishing of th? Adminis tration Itntldine When this has be-n done, some new dormitoi i. s will l- a necessity, and a lante endowme'M it. t.i be asked for. Tn campaign for the raising of the bunurd thousand is now some fifteen thousand already hav been subscribed, and during the j spring and summer, the president and commissioners of education will be as sisted by several noted speakers from (over the church, the first of whom will be Bishop Edsrin D Moason. of San Antonio. Texas, who will probably be followed by Bishop John C Kiigo. of seven Commissioners of Education, as . tOowa: Rev. R. A. Crosby. Davis. Okla.; Rev. John W. Sims, of Man guui; Rev. W. E. Humphries, of Ana- darko. I'.ev. E. L, Young, of C.uynion; Rev. A. ft. Scales, of Frederick: Rev. R. E. Goodrich, of Oklahoma City, and Rev. Robert Hodgson, of Cordell. Rev. N. E. Uuebaugh. D. D., of Hold envllle, is the president of the board of trust, and Rev. R. E. L Morgan, of LawtOlt, is president of the board of education, and will take part in the campaign. Judge R. I Williams, of the supreme court of the state, and Hon. D. H. I.inebaiigh, of Atoka, will also be leading men in the undertak ing, which is a notable one for the state. v 9JWm I MADE MARKS DESIGNS Copyrights Slc. AiiTnp ypndlng a sketch and description mar quickly ascertain our opiuiuifree whether ai invention n probably paienTWlo. Oumnninicp. tionastrtctlyrontldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent aeut free. Oldeat ajrency for patents. Patent taken tarnueh Munn A Co. i . v. -:( n .r without charge, in the Scientific American. via A handsomely illnstrated weekly. I.anrest eir I '"ms. I i n nilititmi "f atiT n'nnilf !-nrrml yenr : i-mr nii.tuus, L. Sola by ail ncwxjriier- MUNN SCo.3618 New York Breach oltifi. CJ5 '.' SU WaohtDKOm. P. ' A man goes to the "r.tes of a big city, end knocks. If Brad street or Dunn quote him A. A. he is ad mitted' quick; if not, they hesitate. "ine City h B. Koch RAILROAD TIME TABLES F"ISCO. .orth arc East Bound. No. 404 Joplin Kxpress 7:53 a. m. No. 408 3t. Louis Limited. .6:40 p. m No. 10 St, Louis Meteor. .11:43 p ui South and West Bound. No. ! Okla. City ft S W. .2 07) a. u. No. ill Okla. City fr K. C. .".:S1 a. m No. 47 -Ok C. fr K. C.-St L. 8:47. a. tn. No 411 California Kxpress !:07p w No. W3 Sapulpa Kxpress. . S.07. p m on i ling M. K. & T. TIME TABLE North 8ound. Ko. 2 Kansas City Special. 1 : IS a. at No 4 !cal lassenger . . . .8:34 a. m No. 6 Flyer K C. St. L.:p. m No. S I.oa! Passenner ....8:24? m No 10 Katy Limited 5:34 a m South Bound. No. 1 Texas Kxpress No. " Tex.f Express No 9 Katy Limited . .4:(b m. . 6:00 p' to. . .9:44 a m . i' v.. a. m .11:17 p. m GRAND THEATRE, TUES., FEB. 11. HER FRIEND'S ! GOOD ADVICE i The Results Made This Newbun Lady Glad She Followed Suggestion. Newhttrf:. Ala. "Tor more than a j year." writes Myrtle Cothrum, of this , place, "I suffered wl.h terrible pains In my back and head. 1 had a sallow : complexion, and my face was cover-! with pimples. Our family doctor only gave me temporary relief. A friend of mine advised me to try Cardui. so I began taking It, at onrt-. and with the best results, for I was curea after taking two bottles. My mother and my aunt have also used Cardui and were greatly benefited. I shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering women." Cardui is a purely vegetable, per ' fectly harmless, toalc remedy for wo men, and will benefit young and old. Its ingredients are mild herbs, hav lag a gentle, tonic effect, on the wo manly constitution. Cardui has helped a million women bark to health and strength. Have you tried it? If not please da It may be Inst what yon need. . mm- mrhctr Ci -Ckut Trm.. tar 8p v tl Jwrmitmmt. im w we noo rat tut Waan. wM n f- " mil, ic;wcu. Special Rates Jan. 21-24 account Lumbermen's Convention For rates and other in formation, call on. phone jor write W. H. HUTCHISON, Agent Vinita. Oklahoma E. A. STUBBLEFIELD. D. M. 0. Dentist Ratei Reasonable Examination Frt AM Operations Made at Painless t Possible and All Work Uusranteei omnoform used for Painless ISxtiact i OFFICE: RO JM . SCOTT BU'LOINO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Daily Chieftain 10c a Week 3 Months for $1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO