The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 6, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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ANOTHER ZEPPELIN AIRSHIP WRECKED
Uncle Sam Is Loser in Cash Account
IVA8HINGTON.—One of the mighty
Instances on rerord of the
nited state? having been "done'- In
.hi f**b acroun,s f«me to light at
the treasury department the other dav
> dec'f'<m handed down hy the con-
tir>.,i**r the lr,'a,iur.v In this par
shnrf' lns,anoe the government is
"WJe, than $4,000 and has no
victim' . pin* Itself. It became a
own *b the of its
t™ — and ,L' vletlmleatlon.
Pn? DOt rri,ninal ,n !,s ""t re.
IitUfr- 1879 ,ht Ia,e J
tiiw Georgetown owned four cer-
tificates of « per cent stock of the
old corporation of Georgetown Cpon
IS* .I M 'efT " ",e ln,er<',i, 1,1 < °
■loCK to his sister. Mrs pi«M A
Li fe in ,h U.ttle i,n<1 Ju,'
, , ,n the settlement of the
before the probate court the actual
Ck'wL" °f f°,,r ''ert'1cates of
stock was passed to Mrs Ricketts s«
that she might collect from the treas
urer.jrom „me to time, the intent
Treasurer rlrflr,i,h'8, l'nUed 8,a,«*
treasurer (.ilflllan Issued a circular
calling upon all holders of George-
town corporation stock, which was
one of the old forms of obligation by
the District of Columbia, to present
till' certificates for redemption. Mr.
lilckctts took the four certificates to
Ihe treasurer's office. Indorsed I here-
by assign the within certificates to
the treasurer of the l ulled States for
| redemption, on account of Kliza A.
The treasurer refused redemption
upon this indorsement. Mrs. Ricketts
then asked the first auditor of the
treasury, as he was known In those
days, to approve the indorsement, but
he refused She appealed to the of-
fice of the then first controller of the
treasury and obtained the desired ap-
Accordingly the treasurer paid Mrs.
Ricketts H.0I2 principal and $'.t.23 in-
3m ■■ ■■*
is more soothing th:.n Cold
Cream ; more lieaimg than
any Intisn. linimrnt or salv<-;
more beaut ilyiny than any
Cures dandruff and slops hair from
!—!! ''t/rV ^KJ , J*..c 5t.* - t
ST® JM«lAW*XISUAti' IstfUMU. dWUitUJJi
A /M W.
W. L. DOUGLAS
UMTS *2.00. J2.J0, *3.00, *3.40, *4.00 *5 00
WOKEN S $2.40, *3,*3 50, *4 —
B0TI' *2.00, *2.50 &. *3.00
FOR 30 YEARS
Thfy are absolutely the
most popularaod beetshoe*
for the price in America.
They ate the leaders every-
where becaus* they bold
their shape, lit better,
look better and wear lev
f r than other makes.,
hey are positively the I
■lost economical shoes for you to"buy!"W L~
Uougtaa name and the retail price are stamped
on the bottom — value guaranteed
it?? NO •"■•titotbi If you, aMlw
aaaaut .upply you write tor Mail Order Caulug
W. L DOUGLAS, Brockton. ta
sixteen years to secure the money
she thought was hers and is just now
coming into her own, while the gov-
ernment Is out over $-1,000.
of Fame Statuary Not Artistic
Webster, whom everybody knows was
not a large man. but the statue makes
] him a regular giant. There Is a
; statue of John J Ingalls, the only one
as yet sent by Kansas, and excepting
that it Is like a line, has neither
breadth nor thickness, which was a
, , e°°d description of Ingalls. It Is the
"tKt ,s 8 determined effort being "mit for ugliness There Is a statue
Hurnell and her husband then entered
suit for the amount before the court
of claims A year ago they obtained
judgment for the amount, an i in the
deficiency act of June 25, 1910, ap-
propriation was made to pay this
claim, along with others. j
Mrs numeii has been fighting f<ir Valuable "Plowina Strins " Mile
years to Benin* th#> n.nu.v .
BERLIN BEAUTY PLANS
Long. Are to Disappear.
"City Beautiful Plan" Being Taken Up
in German Capital—Emperor Is
Deeply Interested In New
Berlin—The "garden city," or "city
les. Is being taken up In Germany, and
Berlin Is to be extended in all direc-
tions on a scale of beauty and An a
way that will give American travelers
:tipless hotel is a success
Experiment In London Hag Work*!
Well—Guests Must Abide by
Rules or Quit Hostelry.
tlal traffic streets are to he carried
out scientifically, while Intermediate
residential streets are to be made
most agreeable places to iut In. There
*HI be Intermittent us.* of tree«. or
short rows of trees, or small trees,
shaped open spaces at a street corner.
all of which break the line of a street
and give every street its own Individ
"a ty. This type of planning per- _ _
beautiful *, . V " " „,he 8,,r^'9 (o rise and fall with million guests have staved at the botel
h wrin L , 'S cau8'"K "u,'h n«"'r l grades In the suburbs. No during the 344 davs It has been open
won erful .reformation in thesub^ • reet Is to continue In an absolutely The success of the hotel the dire,
, ! London and other English clt- stralght line, as In America, nor do *— ' "
cross streets Intersect opposite to
each other. The streets are to be of
different widths, and even the same
street will vary as to width Some
houses will set back, others will pr&
Ject. This will gjve a n,ogt pictur-
esque and old time air to the neigh-
Tut f. Mil. keep Ihe .t,m In perfect order.
I he> regulate ihe k r| mJ produce
A VIGOROUS BODY.
hfidadir.cointlpajion and i
London.— The experiment of a non-
tip hotel In the Strand In I>ondon has
Proved a success Since the establish-
nient was opened a year ago there has
not been a vacant bedroom, a record
which could not be equaled by any
other l.onden hotel Every day the "— -
management has had to refuse visit- atchison's order of spins
Altogether nearly a quarter of a
Carsick headache, to., at (ration and malaria
D °—— ,v/ «- u " ••••wu iu n uasuue Hnu . , —. v. o
Hepresentatlve hall In the capital I ill-hanging dress, which bears not the s on ,he "ubject of municipal
cleaned out. This is the room now slightest resemblance to that dainty adornnient The emperor Is deeply
Known as the Hall of Horrors to those i sweet-faced woman. There Is a statue '"'erested In the project, it is an
who have seen the statuary In It, but Phil Kearny In bronze, which Is nounced-
Hall of W.mrl"tOCraUC*Uy tltl*U the ,??' PreUV ,0 look at' but has U.W TV, h" *'own "P ln peculiar More than S40.000 has been spent
Ttier^ . artistic merit, and there is one . he *ho'e metropolis has been in plans, and the best architects and
freaks fronT * k °f "i,a'u'>8 tha' Rrp of shouP. ('t Idaho, which looks as i "P 'dly to 118 limits to a h.-lght landscape gardeners In Germany have
on? n« ™ . *T,.back There 18 onl>- ,hOURh 11 ml«ht hav« been sandpa- °f Bve and *>' nd then It contributed their Ideas. T N.w
the whnl! k 't f Kl>0d 8cu'P,ure I" per<>d out of a P'**^ f marble And f,OPf 8udd*'nly. and open farming coun York playground plan Is to be fried
hit iX^her x,''f ^ 25 °r 40 and :hen ,herf' 18 Wa8hl"tfon. a dapper ^ "egln, Immediately beyond. This A "suburb beautiful" ,s be ng laid out
Iwented bv Vi r,t- which was ; l«le darling with sloping brow. a. ^ 'a«d divided. In old time Ger-, near Dresden, another near Nurem!
oiilsit. rt ' ,8Con8'n- It Is an ex j fashioned by Houdon ™i*n s,yle, into what are known an burg, and still another on the
quisite piece of work The -rv,.. "plowing strins" Th„.„ .ti,.- " I. on the out-
'ors believe |g mainly due to the non-
tip rule. Guests are forbidden to offer
to any servant of the hotel
Unmarried, and Contented Withal,
They Have Mapped Out for
Themselves a Pious City.
There was called a meeting of the
.. ork- The rest of
the statues are practical caricatures
There Is one of Hilton, who is seated
in a chair with a piece of machinerv
in his hand He lops all over the
chair, his legs are sprawled In all
sorts of ways, and it is about as woe
begone a piece of marble as can
be imagined. There Is
The Washington newspapers some
time ago began a crusade to have
the law placing statutes In Statuary
hall by the states repealed. It is to
be repealed on the ground that the
hall is already jammed to overflow-
ing. and If any more statuary is pre- in,"'
well sented it win be necessary to make a '
a marble of I second and inner row.
These are often only skirts of Munich. The Swiss are trv
30 or feet wide by frequently a j Ing the plan just on the borders of
mUe in length. The holder of these Heme. A "garden city" Is growing "p
trips, In many caaeg the original pea* close to Do urges, in KYance. Tht*
ant owners, or their descendant*, are aatoe general principles
ulty. and any servant_found accepting ^nd'pa'pe^w' re read' eV"niDf"
one ,n ,a,,,,y d|8nil|,8ed p>op* "Jet. fnmi re^^vin^ grease from car-
them before^y^et f^Un'"hJUel! T* '^.nch To.dTJST Th 'sT
nonne:uTortfheey'TV ™ ^
to S pocieu tl°t^U ^ H " ,D* V>eiUUK SP'n "P « few re
Although i ? maiks. She said that, while they are
rigidIv enforced"! a* M MPPln* ,B happy now. there was a sad time com
there have been vYsltor. who^T." ''"V ^ ^
to be tried ^ upon offering gratuities. In or-' .iren^you" will he"
^ r,r - r
usually very stubborn and will not lowed in all these, 'the" IdTa 'b'^ng' to
Hon elsewhere ~ j '" '" w h**n B<""* member of the fain-
^t=ar ss-rjji-s i *
chambermaids H Ur,i.^ .... ... ' nrr Wf,!n to,d ,,f ber freet
streets and reapportioned
. This large city an Independent community
as seriously hindered the growth of on copartnership lines, with all the
ma in * . . Berlin beyond its original boundaries | features of a complete town
Much-Read Social Science Rull^fino ml""3 ot'!",rlp''are valij,:,d ai a r'pH are pnro>faged. but they are Per.
, science Bulletins ml,li"n niarl('i This has been the mltted to locate only on the .M*
greatest problem ln the way and has where the prevailing winds will
required unusual skill In laying out J their smoke away from the town
,U"rbe- Huesseldorf and Antwern
Ihe main radiating and circumferen- sidering the scheme
chambermaids despite the fact that
they receive no tips.
state<I. when the Department of Agri-
culture recently Issued the book on
the use of cheap cuts of meat, that It
was the first government cook book
The social science series has been
running for more than a decade, and
has, incidentally, taken in various do-
Finds Lost Money.
Newcastle. Pa.-Hetraclng his route
In an automobile, W. S. Moltry of
Heaver f'alls found his pocket book con-
prevailing winds will carry ,50„ln !hw road at Conneaut
> ftanv trnn. >1.. . l.ake. 60 miles from where he had
from worry, her independence In
financial matters and the joy of doing
as she pleased "Hut we must not
take cffcn.se at what our sister has
said, one Spin remarked. "I>-t us
show our good intentions by calling
on every lonesome wife and mother
know" This was six weeks ago,
and though the Spins have devoted
missed It. He was unaware of his evt r-v afternoon and evening since to
are con |o„s until he atempted to pay for lunch- ,h,fl nilssionarv work, they haven't
eon at a hotel. n ode half the rounds vet —Atchison
WHETHER the high price of food ™e*t,r problems ln the food line ,jn-
" is causing the public to take an , ,te htad of "Nutrition Investiga-
uncommonly keen interest In domes ,,on8 Th* earliest of these was one
tic problems now. or whether the "" thp comP"sltlon and cooking of
cause Is something else, the officials '"sued nearly 14 years ago. Of
of the Department of Agriculture do tblK 1,118 b*-en something over
not undertake to say. The fact re half a mIIIlon copies distributed.
mains that there has been a greater ',ut the most popular of all the bul
run up to date on the so-called "social 'etlns was the recent one on The
science" series of bulletins than on ! Economical fse of .Meat in tlia
any other pamphlets the department Home " This has been out onlv a few
a* ever produced months, and there have alreadv been
I P to the present there has been a distributed 1.200.000. Calls are mill
total of 16.C72.OMj bulletins distrlbut coming In rapidly.
ed. Some now out of print have been
applied for so often that It is pre
able the estimates for next vear will
Include provision for reprinting
This government Is the only one |n
the world that has gone into the busi-
ness of printing cook books. It was
The series comprises books on all
that It is prob- l sorts of subjects—the preserving of
fruits and vegetables, fish as food, the
care of milk In the home, the value of
peas, beans and legumes in general as
lood. the cooking of vegetables, and
more than a dozen other subjects
Lord Strathcona Reports Great In-
crease In Exoort From Canada-
I-ondon—There is some prospect of
a fall next year lu the present high
price of furs.
Presiding the other .lay at the an-
nual meeting of the Hudson's Hay
company, l,ord Strathcona said the re-
ports from Canada in.Heated that
there were evidences of continued In-
crease In the number of fur bearing
animals, which justified the antlclpa
Hon that there would be a further In
crease In the present year in the fur
collectkm which would be available
Any material Increase In furs would
ha\e the effect of reducing the enor
mously high prices which had pre-
▼alitd In the fur market.
TALES OF THE TREED RATTLER
Some of the Reptiles Certainly Roost I BnoL .
ed Above Ground. Accord,nfl to " es n,\' °l "" "nfW ,hp
Pennsylvanians. Rlin th rhkken house, and at Slate
' ln the upper end of this county
Wllllamsport i*-since «t„r.. LJerT L"** ra,",'r *H8 fo,,nd In a
srrjaar r? ~ """"
• ounf. man vt;,rTe| ,|.e query, < „ > _
right to sleep is sacred
a rattlesnake climb a tree?" the
snak.- annals of central and northern
ennsylvania, the re< ionized rattler
country, have been appealed to to
settle the question, by the citation of
actual experiences. Charles H El
inger of this cltv. a prominent sport
Pittsburg Magistrate Fines Milkman
Who Clatters About in Early
The Weeds Return.
"Confound these election bets, any-
way!" grumbled Harker.
•hose heavily" inquired his friend
No, 1 won len boxes of cigars and
they were so rank I sold the whole lot
to the corner tobacconist for a dollar "
Well, you made a dollar, anyway."
^ • s. but that is not the worst of
My wife saw the boxes In th
window marked A Hargaln, |2.' and
bought the whole lot to give me as a
birthday present "
Postal Thieves Comparatively Few
THE Postoffice Department daily re
ceives hundreds of complaints
caused by the losses of packages and
money. Mails are easy to rob. but few
postal thieves ever escape final de-
tection; they are sure to be entrapped
and punished ln the end While speak
Ing of these numerous complaints, an
old detective, called Inspector, of the
Fostoffice Iiepartment said "No
thief is harder to catch than the one
who robs t'nele Sams mall The
methods of such thieves are ingenious
the plunder Is easily hidden or dt-
stroyed. and their rascality Is well
masked by the honesty and Integrity
"Postoffice thieves are not arrested
every day, although valuable letters
and other articles are stolen almost
dally and an army of shrewd Ins^c
tors are on the alert. Positive proof
9t guilt must be In the possession of
tbe inspector before an arrest Is made
Small Boy Is Millionaire.
New York -John Arthur Hinckley.
K° four years old, stepped Into the ranks
of the millionaires through the will of
his father. John A Hinckley. New-
York capitalist, who died at Belloort
The child received two-thirds of the
estate, the remainder going to his
Circumstantial evidence does not
at any time with us. It Is an estab-
lished rule that the evidence must be
Positive and direct In almost every
tase an arrest means conviction
From one point of view It Is won-
derful that there are so few thieves
among the many thousands of clerks
for "great ""ten! rTa ti0*"8 flr"' aml la"'" The 1,0,1 ,H feceive fj.fioo a vear
—-The wee small
man and fisherman, recalls an Incl llo"rs of ihe morning belong to the
dent where he found a rattlesnake on 0,"'H w ho want to sleep, according m
« tree: hut the tree being In such ° ^ '"nK l°
close proximity m some projecting
rocks he concluded «t the time that
the xerpent had first been on top of
the rocks before taking Its unusual
position on the tree.
W T Miller and son. Verus. and J.
Q Sinirox, all of .lerney Shore, went
A FOOD DRINK.
Which Brings Daily Enjoyment.
A lady doctor write* :
.. Though busy hourly with my own
r, HT J.°n y J D Hhafer and a[f,tlr,i' 1 *111 not deny myself the
K K hrar.r. handed down the oth.r fvt ,ak'"K few minutes to
lay In a case emanating from Craf , of my enjoyment daily obtained
'fom my morning cup of i'ostum. It
milk «agon driver, I.eo Harmon, U a fo<,d beverage, not a poison like
Is alleged by residents of the borough COfr'"'
to have driven through the streets 1 b* K"ti to use Po,tUm elsht years
His steed. #K"' n<" because I wanted to, bul be
with unnecessary noise
parcels' u'uLwn St ."hesl'iSr ^^ *"•'
the very touct
contains money be Is to receive $25,000 a year until he
^ 'he very Vouch to"„ 'JXZSTSZE
If so Inclined ft' M 7'Dta'ns money he is to receive 125,000 a year until he
er for h? M :°U,d be r ea8y ""«■ 36' *b-" he obtains half of the prln
letters Inir hi w^" ClPrk to """ c,fal- At 40 receive, the rem^o-
etters Into his pocket and open them fnB half.
in the privacy of his room. That the
eases of dishonesty are comparative
ly few Is a high tribute to the moral
qualities of the postofflce clerks
"There are but two successful ways
to catch a postofflce thief—constant
watch and decoy letters With these
and a large supply of patience, the
Weight of Earth.
New York—Mother Earih weighs
eeyen trillion tons. Kelnhart A. Wet-
eel, Instructor In physics at tbe Col-
lege of the City of New York, has fin-
ished a series of experiments by w hich
game will bo landed, though It of tin h" has comP'",,<l th' weight of this
requires months, and sometimes VPIlr " "undHne sphere. According to Instruc
It Is one of the most annovin* r.^,i ,n. tor w***el the result Is more nearly
most unnoylng and dlf
flcult lines of detective work, and re
quires the most earnest application
Not a single circumstance or detail
must be overlooked."
accurate than has hitherto been ob-
tained. The apparatus used In the ex-
periments was so delicate that they
were carried on nntlrely after mid-
night to avoid even tbe jarring of foot-
falle ln the farthest oerrldor.
fi-hlt.g trip up I'ine creek to fording to complainants, put fl0wn cu,",° coffee, which I dearlv i„„«..i
Tomb s Hun Halting near .he stream's ,hl *uch force that «"ade my nights long weary i'rl^o
r„d*?.".V8.,rr to wh|ch they Intend*j of *« veral blorks were l,e drea,led and unfitting me for busl-
to tie their horse, they were suddenlv "roused He was arrested and fined ne"8 during the day-
given warning by two bovs who stood | and ^0"t,, "On the advice of
n the rosd that they should "look out. _ "Ppeal w„s tsken and. although trlpd ^"tum. making |« car^u lv s.
because there was a snake up in that.* P*««on signed hv 50 women was d,rected on the package A. .hi
tree" Th. tree was a beech, smooth Presented o the effect that Harmon used cream and ' "
of bark and hard, and of pretty good !" .* 7'°<lel milkman, the judges up. n,l,ed my I'ostum so t
dimensions. The men thought the
boys had seen a blacksnake among
the branches of the beech; but a
glance Into the tree's branches, at a
point about twenty feet from the
ground, disclosed the mottled form of
a rattlesnake—not a large one, but as
yellow and as silky as If he hsd Just
slipped his coal that very morning
Mr Miller, who Is sri old hunter, could
hardly believe his senses until he had
climbed Into an adjoining tree an 1
with a pole pushed ihe snake down
upon the ground, where It was dls
patched hy his son and Mr Slmcox
It was n rattler and no mistake, for
once on the ground It made Itself
heard with very spiteful rattling
Occupants of a cabin on Pine creek
found a monster rattlesnake on a sill
of a second story window, to which a
bough of ni adjoining tree extended
In Nlppetiow township a rattle
held the magistrate.
no sugar,' I
my Poetum so. it looked good
*"s rlt'ar and fragrant, and It was a
pleasure to see the cream color It aa
my Kentucky friend always wanted
her coffee to look-like a new sad
Fishing Joke Boomerang.
Perwlck, Pa-Pred Rough, a prae-
the Other day at the^cces^."^ joke u.|eIh*n 1 U*t®4 11 Really, for I had
he played upon Clyde Croft a broil • ?*ny '■ub8,,,u,ee- for coffee J
angler. Clyde Croft laughed lasj and P,\'t "T"' """"fed, with my
he thinks he laughed best v J11. taste and effect, and am
The two men wer. fi.hln. When these 2,* C°n""nl U"er of "
Croft wasn't looking, Rough attached
his companions hook to - —
Iron under the surface
got a bite!" he called "(Joe it
be a whale." panted Crof, sfter ,„g
glng for some time Then he became
suspicious „e waded Into the creek
and pulled out a wash boiler
Rough laughed immoderately.
That s a g.KMl one on you." he howleH
C roft threw the boiler on th. bank In
disgust A 12 pound rock bass Bopp d
on the grass out of iu Iron prisoi.
from its use 1 have gained weight.
can sleep sound and uu. not nervous "
'here S a Reason."
Read "The Road to Wallville" In pkgs
on.VCr rC,d thB ab0V# le"erf A ne«
ons appears from time to time. The*
*n7erestU,ne' trU*' *"d °f hum*n
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