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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER Entered is second-class matter August :i 19o8, at postoffice in Vinita, Okla.. under Ait of March 3, 1879. ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT BUNDAT Published by 0. M MARRS PRINTING COMPANY in plain terms.- This is not true of either of the old parties, whose plat forniH have that sliiftlv. vague, vote catching character which does not make either of them frankly and plain ly progressive r frankly and plainly reactionary." O oocoooooooooooooo Per week by carrier 10 Per month by carrier Per year by carrier, in advance. . . s.oo One month by mall, in advance. . . . Three months by niAll. in advance 10 One year by mall. In advance 4.M D. M MARRS o o o o o o o Editor o o Vlnita, Okla. Friday, January 31. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. II. E. RIDENHOUR hereby announces as a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of the City of Vlnita, sub ject to the Democratic primary In March. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. L. C. COUCH authorizes the Chieftain to announce him for the office of Chief of Police, subject to the Dem ocratic primary of Vlnita. FOR POLICE JUDGE. JOHN W. HYRD requests bis friends and the voters of Vlnita to support him in the Democratic Primary in March, for Pollen Judge. LINCOLN PRODUCTS. In fair Nebraska Lincoln sits, and sends forth mighty lions. Men gather fame by starts and fits, but whose so great as Bryan's? For twenty years this man of might with wholesome truths has fed us and from the darkness to the light he peer- O lessly has lead us. The town O that gave us William B to re- O construct a party, should be O content and lull of glee but O now she springs Mccarty: aow O other cities wear a frown, and O think the outlook foggish; two O peerlesB leaders from one town! O Is Lincoln growing hoggish? Here is the town of Alsoran we're thankful for the bounty If we can boast one foremost man who's known outside the county. We're thankful If a wreath of bay adorns one lone some smarty; but Lincoln had her William J., and now she unrinirs MrCartv! Oh, Lincoln, FOR CITY CLERK. The Chieftain Is authorized to an nounce R. D. OOCKRELL as a can didate for the office of City Clerk, subject to thr action of the Demo cralic primary. President-Elect Wilson and Mr. Uryan may as well take the people into their confidence and admit that the secret Is ov and romebody has told. The Commoner will bo secre tary of state and now everybody knows it. , The dependable goods offered by the Ratcliff Mercantile company at their clearance sale beginning tomor row at prices redlculously low should bring many customers from town and ..nuntrv This store has built its reputation upon the quality of Its of ferings. O Writing in Collier's. Senator Never- idge says: "The progressive licwpoint is na tional. affirmative, constructive, up-to- date. We view the constitution as a living thing, and study to find In it the power to do what must be done tr tvin i7,ui i . ni 1 welfare, instead of searching to find in It excuses for not doing what the common good de miinilK The nnmn ssic party is a frankly and openly liberal party, with clean-cut progressive principles stated 0 " Last Call " on with your salty wells', add far more salty river, your music, from triumphant bells, may make the welkin quiver, but youll be lonesome in your pride, alone you'll chant your ditties, for folks will say you should divide your fame with other cities. .V peerless leader of your own, your lucE was strong and hearty; it made some towns with envy moan and now you spring McCarty! McCarty! WALT MASON. O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o every night you will become acquain ted with the reliable stores which are worthy of your patronage. Best line of bottle goods in the country. Peoples Grocery. Ross Cocheral returned last night from Denison, Texas, and today plac ed his announcement in the Chieftain as a candidate for the office of :y clerk on the democratic ticket. Ross is fully qualified for the position and should make a good race. Fancy Ingrain Apples, 25c per peck. Garrisons. 33tf Rev. J. M. Miller returned to Welch this afternoon where he is conducting a revival. There have been 137 con verts thus far in the meeting, which vlii continue indefinitely. A large number of the converts will be bap tised next Sunday. out of said Court pursuant to a decree thereof, whereiu the said land was charged with the payment of a Judg ment recovered in said action against the defendant Jane Riley, for $606.6", debt, $52.52 interest. $75.91 attorney's fees, and also $30.2.1, costs, and was also charged with the payment of a judgment recovered in said action by said Joseph A. Gill against said Jane Riley for $192.75, and ordered to be sold according to law for the payment and satisfaction of the same, with ac cruing costs on said order of sale. Said land is to be sold as the property of the said Jane Riley and Mose Riley. Dated at Vinita. Oklahoma, this the 8th day of January, 1913. 1545 1- P- SMART. Sheriff of Craig County, Oklahoma. Club House Stringless Bean pies Grocery. Peo- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o ooooooooooooooooo o GOOD NIGHT. MANHATTAN SHIRTS o o o o o o o o o 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o o o o o 0 o of some up $2.50cr$1.85 $2.00c".w$1.45 $1.50Gnaote$1.15 It's no essay you're going to read, Nor the preaching fanatic's creed; And Indeed. I'll not tak much of your time Nor make much effort to make this rhyme Hut what 1 have to say Is this: There are two sveet words that we often miss; Yet which we would gladly recognize. And answer with the same sweet words, much sur prised. "Good Night'' are the words and to say them so In a courteous chewy tone, When at closing time each evening we wend our way townrd home. Twould make the world look blighter. And our weary lighter. And draw us tighter, As we do our next day's grind. A Worker. hearts feel In fellowship (First Published Jar.. tS, 1913). NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to an order of the County Court of Craig County, Oklahoma, made and entered on the 3rd day of May, A. D. 1912, decreeing the sale of the hereinafter described lands of the minor, Aloe A. Woodall, the under signed as guardian of the estate of said minor, will on, or after Wednes day the 5th dav of February, A. D. j 1013 at 10 o'clock a. m., at the court 'room of the County Court of Craig I County, Oklahoma, in the City of Vi Inita, Oklahoma, sell at private sale I to the highest and best bidder by way !of sealed bid, for cash and subject to i confirmation of the Craig County I Court, all the right, title, Interest and 'estate of the said Alee A. Woodall, a ' minor, and all the right, title, interest ' and estate that said minor has by operation of law or otherwise acquired in and to, all those certain pieces, par cels and tracts of land, lying and being in Craig County, Oklahoma, and de scribed as follows, to-wit: SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, and SW 1-4 of Oj SE 1-4 of SE 1-4 of Section 36, Ol Township 2G N., Range 20 East. O and the N 1-2 of SE 1-4 of SE 1-4. O and SE 1-4 of SE 1-4 of SE 1-4 of O Section 36, Township 26 N., Range O, 20 East, all lying and being In O. Craie County. Oklahoma, and con- O j talning in all 80 acres more or less O according to the United States O Government Survey thereof. O TERMS: Cash upon delivery of O deed and confirmation of sale by the O Court of Craig County, Oklahoma. O All bids on the above described O lands must he in writing describing O the lands bid on. and accompanied by O check for 10 per cent of the amount O so bid, and all bids may he filed with O the Clerk of the Craig County Court, O at Vinita, Oklahoma. Oj Dated this 11th day of January, 1913. Oj H. J. SCHROERS. Oj Guardian, O - DAVENPORT & It YE, O; Attorneys. Vinita, Okla. l!-38 O o o o o o o o o o (First Published Jan IS, 1913L NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in pursuance of an order of the County Court of Craig County. Oklahoma. made and entered on the 3rd day of May. A. D. 1912. decreeing the sale of the hereinafter described lands of the minor, Lucy A. Woodall, the under signed, as guardian of the estate of the said minor, will on. or after, Wed nesday, the 5th day of February, A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock n. m., at the Court Room of the building now used and occupied by the Craig County, Okla homa Court, in Vinita, Oklahoma, sell at private sale, to the highest and be?t bidder, by way of sealed bid, for cash, j and subject to confirmation of the Craie County. Oklahoma. Court. aUrtf the right, title, interest and estate ofj the said, Lucy A. Woodall, a minor, and j all the right, title, interest and estate that said minor, has by operation of law, or othewise acquired in and to all those certain pieces, parcels, and tracts of land, situate, lying and being in Craig County. State of Oklahoma, described as follows, to-wit: N 1-2 of NE 1-4 of SW 1-4. and SE 1-4 of NE 1-4 of SW 1-4, of Section 21, Township 26 N., Range 21 East, SW 1-4 of NE 1-4 of SW 1-4, and NE 10 acres of, and the West 1?.89 acres of Lot 3 of Sec tion 31, Township 26 N., Range 21 ( East, all the above described lands being in Craig County, Oklahoma. And the following described pieces, parcels and tracts of land belonging to said minor, lying and being in Dela ware County, Oklahoma, described as follows, to-wit. N 1-2 of SE 1-4 of SE 1-4, and SW 1-4 of SE 1-4 of SE 1-4, of Section 20, Township 22 N Range 23 East, lying and being in Delaware County, Oklahoma, and all the above described lands aggregating 99.89 acres more or less according to the United states Government Survey thereof. TERMS: Cash, upon delivery of deed and confirmation, of sale by the County Court of Craig Comity. Okla homa. All bids on the above described lands must be in writing, describe the lands bid on and accompanied by cer tified check for 10 per cent of the amount bid, and filed with the clerk of the County Court of Craig County, Ok OF lahoma. at Vinita, Oklahoma. Dated this 11th day of January, 1913. H. J. SCHROERS, Guardian Grand Theatre! All Next Week Starting Sunday With Matinee at 2.30 The Biggest Laughing Show of the Season ALBRIGHT'S MUSICAL COMEDY CO. 18 People - MOSTLY GIRLS 18 People Opening Play Sanity " FROLICS OF THE MASHERS " mm a a mj-u Entire Balceny 15c Prices Wetinee and Night Main pjoor 2s'c Seats Reserved an Main Floor Special Notice ! StartingSunday night all performances put on by stock compan ies will start at 8 o'clock in place of 8:30.1. Doors open at 7:30. Great Clearance Bargains on Millinery at the VINITA MILLINERY CO. during Ratcliff 8 sale Choice of any child's "ILn choice one lot ladies' 01 QO hat for fwu ' hats or frame 0'iwO DON'T MISS THIS 5 ALE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE REAL ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that In pur- Kti.'ini't' or an order of sale, to me di-! rected and delivered, issued out of the DAVENPORT ft RYE District Court of the Twenty-third Judi cial District of the State of Oklahoma, aittlnir In !ind for ('rain CountV. at Vi nita, and dated December Hist, 1912, State of Oklahoma, County of Craig II Attorneys, Vinita, Okla. 19-3S Agricultural Extention A live subject for live business men, bankers, editors, and farmers. Muskogee, February 4th and 5th This meeting in the interest of greater crop produc tion will be attended by bankers, merchants, editors, largo land owners and farmers. It is a fine onoortunitv for vou ' ... . . ''' to get new ideas helpful information, and to join in the co-operative effort for a better, greater development in agri- culture in UKianoma. , Prominenl Speakers Will Address Meetings Bert Hall, Sec'v. of the Crop Improvement Committee, Chicago, S. M. Jordan, Agricultural Expert of Pettis Co.. Mo., M. V. Carrol, Sec'v of the Sedalia Booster Club, and others will discuss subjects, of particular interest to you kahr, corn, dairy interests, production ot hogs, better farm ing and the relationship of bankers and merchants to agri cultural development. Reduced Excursion Fares via Tickets on sale February 2, 3 anci 4; good to Feb. Sth You cannot afford to miss it! OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO; in au BCtion pending lo said Court In the County Court within and foi Craig County, Oklahoma, n the matter of the eBtate of Mary E o wherein Cherokee National Hank, n IT MAKES ALL THE' DIFFERENCE corporal ion, was plaintiff, and .lane IN the WORLD. Riley, Mose Riley and Joseph A. GUI Thnt'u arhai vou snv when vou tell were defendants, the undersigned. your friends about your shopping ex- Sheriff of Craig County, State of Okla- peditlons. noma, will, on Monday, renruary nun, n nmv lu th, iiriucinles of the store, 191 II. at one o clock In the afternoon the service it offers or the quality of of said day, at the front door of the the iroods It sell that you are discuss- Dulldtng used as a court nouse, in uit Witt, Deceased, William F. Witt, Administrator. 1'robate No. 2227. JOTICE OF FILING PETITION TO ASCERTAIN HEIRS. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED jpavenport & Rye AND CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN Attorneys. THE ESTATE OF MARY B. WITT, and prove as required by law, your respective claims of heirship, owner-! ship or interest in said estate and show cause why said decree of distri bution should not be made. Dated December 26th 1912. TAMES F. McCULLOUUil j Clerk of the County Court. I Washington, D. C. i8 2i and Return But the difference to you means City of Vinita, Craig County, Okla- DECEASED ing. your satisfaction or disappointment You will find when you deal with tin merchants who Advertise in the Chief honia, offer for sale and sell at public auction, lo the highest bidder, for cash, the following described real estate tian thai the difference stands always situated in the County of Cral; for satisfaction. Each store values Its reputation too much to risk disap pointing you. Each wants your good will. So they direct every effort to serve you best and give you the best values. I)y reading the advertisements in the Chieftain closely and constantly State of Oklahoma, to-wit The West One-Half of the North west Quarter of Section Twenty eight (2S), Township Twenty-eight (28) North, Range Eighteen (18) East, containing eighty (80) acres, more or less. Said order of sale having been issuec Vou and etch DCrjon are hereby notified, that on the 2Cth day of Dee ember l!12, William F. Witt. Admin and .burn tor of the estate of Mary E. Witt deceased, hied ID this t ourt BIS petit lion in due form, praying that the right State of Oklahoma, Craig County. In District Court. Dave Murphy, Plaintiff vs. VV. C.1 Ilorsley, Mayma Ilorsley, C. E. Ivers, Ida J. Ivers, Wallace It. Allen, and Oliver A. Mulchings. Defendants! No. 1289 Civil. Said defendants W. C. ilorsley, ' J. ! $38.35 Party rate of 25 people $33.35 Call in and buy your Spring supply JUMBO STORE "Where Men Bay' OOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OUR PRESIDENTS FRANKLIN PIERCE, Fourteenth President. Horn at Hills borough, New Hampshire, on Nov. 23, 1804. Entered Bowdoin Col lege in 1820 and graduated lo 1824. Studied law and was admitted to practice IB I8it Blectod to the Legislature of New Hampshire in IK29 and served as Speaker in is;vj.:!:!. In Congress from 18X:i to 1S;',7, whtt) h was elected to the United States Senate. Resigned his seat In 1842 and resumed the practice of law. In 1S4I1 he was offered the post of Attorney General of the United States, but declined It. Volunteered for service in the Mexican war and was soon after ap pointed Colonel, and In 1847 was made Ilrlgadier-Ceneral. In L861 was the CSJ ididat (W PttJSldent and was triumphantly elected, having 264 electoral votes against 42 given for General Scott. In his Inaugural address he supported slavery and announced his determination to enforce the fugitive Slavery Act. This was the keynote of his ad mi blralion and led to the forming of the Republican party and the n be 11 km. Hta (ailed to secure a renomlnatlon, and after spending several years In Europe retired to his home in Concord. N. H.. iIuh Ik. dieil on Oct. 8. 1869. inl,. routed in file estate I " " I of Marv E. Witt. Deceased, be accer-! i .!.. .winir.ii bv this court. : Mayma Ilorsley. c. E. Ivers, Ida ,d it. be determined as to whom die Ivers, Wallace U. Allen and Oliver A. Q C C I fl CM Tl A I IIIIIIPIIDllinii trbuUon should be mad.. I Intchidgs. will take notice that they rilL lULlI I !RL lilAIJUUnfU lUll The following, s- far as knownr is have been sued in the above named a (hseription of all the real estate of Court for upon PetitiM to reform, nnd j S A J . . k. .. f 1 t 1 which the deceased diet! seized or pos- correct .uuriguge oacumi oy y. ted fa as follows, to-wit: South ilorsley and Mayma Ilorsley, to Dave Jichets on sale February 27th ard half of Sortheah Quarter ol South- Murphy, upon NW M of SE 1-1 ot fln(f 28th March 1st anA 2nd ,es.. Quarter ol Section 13 Township Section 6, Township 27 N.. Range ISIP,W2 mreb ,St and North. Rnnge is East. In Craig Nast, in t rnig i oum, . uKianouin, ami Keturn limit March lQth, 1913, with account CEREMONIES Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Sect ion 24 Township 46 North Range 18 Enst. Craig County Oklahoma, That the said William F. Witt and Kan ie N. Witt, father and mot In r ol the decased minor, respective!--, are tile only persons who have appeared and claimed any interest in and to said estate, in the COUP .t ration up to the time of for this notice. ! That you and all other persons not herei;i named, who have or claim any right, title, or interest in Bald estate as heirs or otherwise, are cited to ap pear before this Court at the Court Room thereof, In Vinita. Crnig County for thf foreclosure of the said Mort gage, and which lands have been held by the other defendants herein and now claim of have claimed some in terest in said lands covered by said Mortgage, and that said defendants must answer the petition liled therein by said plaintiff on or before the 17th of admiuis- day of February A. D. 1913, or said aklng order petition will be taken as true, and a ju'i'iment for sigd plaintiff In said ac tion for reformation and correction of Mortgage and for the foreclosure thereof, a Id Judgment for any residue, will be rendered accordingly. Dated this 4th day of January, 19i:',. 18-38 DAVENPORT & RYU, evasion of ticket to April 10th. 1913 for $1.00 extra. W. H. HUTCHISON, Agent Frisco Lines J H Ill'IC HI' " i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Oklahoma, on Wednesdnv the 26th Attest: Attorney for Plaintiff, dav of Feburary. A. D. 1913 at 10 LEE R. MITCHELL, District Clerk, o'clock a. ra. of said day. and exhibit By C CARSKLOWEY. Deputy. In the city you can acquire popularity with a club. "Th City" hT KocS GRAND THEATRE. TUES., FEB. 11.