Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 88, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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What Oklahoma Tourists
ore Doing in Colorado
Colorado springs Coio. Aug. i.
Tbe itate of Oklahoma ha no more
enthusiastic advocate than the Rev.
Carter helm Jones pastor of tbe First
Baptist church of Oklahoma City who
I upending the tumroer la Colorado
Spring and taking in tbe annual Colo-
rado Kaptint assembly at Cascade. He
Ik singing tbe praises of bin state to
all whom be meet and in a recent in-
terview in a Colorado Spring paper
told of the extensive improvements
and of tbe great future of his city and
"I grew tired of reading and stud?'
ing history" aaid Dr. Jones to a re-
porter "go I decided to come west and
help make it. J believe that minis
ter! of tbe church ehould take an ac-
tive part in political civic and social
affair and I saw an opportunity to
help mold a new and influential com-
munity in ft n w commonwealth so I
left Virginia and came to Oklahoma
City. Here we have a unlTevalty club
with membera from almost all Ameri-
can and foreign universities; various
cosmopolitan social organizations an
aggressive Chamber of Commerce of
which I am a member and excellent
cburche. Ours is a city with a great
future and we are glad to have a hand
In the making of It."
v Dr. Jones is taking a prominent part
In the sessions of the Baptist Assem-
bly and is considered by those In at-
tendance one of the best speakers.
J. H. Kinsley a merchant of Wag-
oner Okla. is visiting with bis sister
in Colorado Springs. He will remain
Mrs. Glen Dormer of Ardroore Okla.
and Folsom Bormer of Cuthrie Okla.
are guest at the Englewood cottage
in Colorado Spring for a short visit.
The Rev M. N. Power of McAle-
ter Okla. Is a guest of 0. E. Collins
an attorney of Colorado Springs.
Guests of the Navajo Manltou.
Colo are being entertained by Mrs.
Herman PIncua of Oklahoma City
whose piano playing has charmed the
audiences at several concerts. At a
recent concert given by players of
ability from various parts of the coun-
try she played "The Witches' Dance"
Poor Mother Eva.
"Dr. Emll Reich is now saying th!
the American woman can't undei
tand genius. That doesn't precludl
nor from understanding him."
Tbe speaker a Colony club woman
"Dr Reich" she said "Is anything
but a genius though abroad the wom-
en do faw on him. Here we treated
bim as a lightweight with a slight glfl
of humor. He didn't like It. Henei
lils strictures on us.
"I admit" she resumed "that Dt
fleich is now and then rather funny
Once for example. I heard hltn say at
a dinner apropos of woman's vanity:
"'Mother Kve must have been ter
rlbly put out not to be able to bold
amall pall of water In front of her
when she stood with ber back to I
pool and tried to ee If her hair wai
properly done up behind" liostoa
Potatoes Grow Above Ground.
Nov ttlsfled with yielding an enor
aioiis output In the regular way at
Irish potato vine growing In the gar
Jen of C. C. Null at Luthersvllle c.a.
jomo time ago began to put out pota
'.oes nil along Its branches and whn
sent to the Constitution oftlce hud po
tatlon as large ns eggs growing practl
tally all over the vine.
On taking up the plant he fount
lhat the Industrious vine hud not nes
lccted Its regular duty wbl'e pull'tii
Off its unusual stunt as proved h.v (f(
One cup bread crumbs soaked In on
cup of sweet milk over night. Beat
the yolks of three css add the bread
and milk stir well then add a pinch of
salt and the well-meaien whites of the
egg. Bake 20 minutes.
Whits Meal Gems.
Ono egg one cup of milk quarter
eup of butter two tablespoonfuls
ugar one cup white cornmeal half
cup of flour one teaspoonfuis cream
of tartar half a teaapooaful of sod
flaka 20 minutes.
(First Published in the Chieftain
July 2!th 1910.)
NOTICE CF SALE OF REAL
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
E8TATE. sunnce of an order of the County Court
of Craig County Oklahoma made on
the 2Mh day of July 1910 in the mat-
ter of the estates of Saphroniti Long-
tall Josephine Longtail Willie Long-
tall Henry Longtatl and Ervln
.Longtatl- minors the undersigned
as guardian of the estates of
said minors will sell at private
sale to tbe highest ' bidder for
ensh subject to confirmation by said
County Court on Tuesday the 18th
day of August 1910 at ten o'clock a.
in. of said day or at any time there-
after within the statutory period for
receiving bids at the County Court
room in Craig County Oklahoma all
the right title interest and estate of
the said minors above named acquir-
ed In whatsoever manner in and to
the following described real estate sit-
uated in Craig County Oklahoma and
more accurately described as follows
All the right title interest and es-
tate of the above named minors as
fclrs at law of Minnie Longtail de-
ceased and Ninnie Longtail deceas-
ed and all the right title Inter-
est and estate of said minors acquir-
hO br-auUfui'y AS tC ' a j ci Vti u! Cu
Sirs. P. Crubb and daughter of Ok
lahoma City are at the Star Ranch lo
cated in tbe Cheyenne Mountain raDge
near Colorado Springs.
Mrs. A. A Slosson of Kewkirk Okla
was the winner of a beautiful Navajo
; blanket as one of tbe prizes in a pro
gressive high Ove party given at the
Hotel Grand View In Manitou recently.
A. H. Prltchard of Frederick Okla.
is registered at the Antler hotel in
G. T. McMellen of Tulsa Okla. is
staying at the Englewood cottage in
On an automobile trip in two cars
through Colorado ten Oklahomans
stopped over at tbe Monument hotel
near Colorado Springs on July 28.
Those composing tbe party were: W.
L. Corwln Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Corwin
Hazel Corwln and Orville Corwin of
Falrview Okla.. and Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Voss and Earl Mary and Joe
Vobs of Hennessy.
Mis M. Myers and Miss Dibeler of
McAlester Okla. are at the Charlevoix
cottage In Colorado City for a part of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Decher of Enid
Okla. and Mr. J. F. Allen of Fargo
Okla. make up a party at the Smith
cottage In Colorado Springs. While
newspaper report tell of extneme
heat at home they are forced to wear
extra wraps In the cool mountain air.
ed In whatsoever manner In and to
the following described lands to-wlt:
NE 1-4 of SW 1-4 and E 1-2 of BE
1-4 of NW 1-4 and NW 1-4 of NW
1-4 and N 1-2 of NE 1-4 of NW
1-4 Section 7 Township 25 North
Range 20 East.
Bid must be In writing and may be
left at the office of the Judge of the
County Court accompanied by a certi
fied check for one-third of the amount
of the bid.
Dated thl 2.rth day of July 1910.
By PARKER RIDER & BROWN
7-9 His Attorneys.
(First Published In the Chieftain
July 2 1910.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Cherry M. Beck a Minor.
Notice is hereby given in pursuance
of an order of the County Court of the
County of Delaware State of Okla-
homa made on the 27th day of June
1910 the undersigned Guardian of the
estate of Cherry M. Beck a minor
will sell at private sale to the highest
bidder subject to confirmation by said
Court on or after the 12th day of
August A. D. 1910 at 10 o'clock a. m
at the Court House in Town of Grove
Oklahoma all the right title and in-
terest of said Cherry M. Beck In and
to the following described real estate
situate in Craig County State of Okla-
The Northwest quarter of South-
east quarter and Northeast quain-
ter of Northeast quarter of South-
west quarter and Southeast quar-
ter of Northeast quarter of South-
west quarter; .and WeRt half of
Northeast quarter of SouthweBt
quarter all In Section Nineteen
(19) Township Twenty-six (26)
Range Nineteen (19) in Craig
Said real estate will be sold on the
following terms and conditions to-wit:
All chhIi in hand
Bids for the purchase thereof must
be In writing and must be filed in the
County Court or delivered to the un-
dersigned at Row Oklahoma; or ad-
dressed to E. B. Hunt Grove Okla-
homa. Bids muHt be accompanied by certi-
fied check on some responsible bank
for at least one-third of amount or the
Dated the 18th day of July 1910.
By E. B. HUNT
His Attorney. 6-8
(First Published in the Chieftain
July 22 1910.)
State of Oklahoma Craig County ss.
In the County Court.
In tbe Matter of the Guardianship of
Samuel D. Dameron a Minor; John
Dameron Guardian. Probate No.
ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION
TO SELL REAL ESTATE.
The petition of John Dameron as
guardian of the estate of Samuel D.
Dameron a minor having been pre-
sented to this Court praying for an
order authorizing said petitioner to
sell the whole or some part of the real
estate described in said petition at
private sale. And it appearing to the
Court from such petition that it la nec-
essary to sell the i.hole or some part
of such real estate for the purposes
and reasons mentioned in said peti-
tion. Therefore said petition will be
filed herein and a time appointed for
hearing the same.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED. By the
Court that Monday the 22nd day of
August 1910 at the hour of 1:30
o'clock p. mN of said day or as soon
thereafter as- the same may be heard
that being a day of the regular July
1910 term of this Court be and the
same is appointed as the time when
all persons interested in said estate
as well as the next of kin are directed
and required to appear before this
Court to -show cause why an order
should not be granted to said petitioner
to sell so much of the real estate of
said minor as isf necessary or bene-
ficial. It is- further ordered that notice of
this hearing be given as provided by
Dated the 21st day -of JuJv 1910.
THEO. D. B. FREAR
Judge of the Conntv Court.
PARKER RIDER k BROWN.
6 8 Attorneys for Guardian.
Chief ain Will
Judge Lua.in F. Parker and wife
who have bt-d touring the north will
sail on Wednesday from New York
for Europe. Tiie Judge will go to the
famotia Carlsbad Springs for the bene-
fit of his health.
BIG BAXTER REUNION.
Vice President Sherman to Attend
Many New Feature Thi Year
A Grand Affair.
Tbe big Baxier Reunion to be held
August 29 to September 3 at Baxter
Springs Kansas will be the biggest
one yet held. Many new and Inter-
esting features will be presented this
year and everything that will amuse
and entertain the multitudes will be
provided. Vice President Sherman
will attend the reunion and there will
be scores of other noted men. The
attractions will be of a high order
and there will be plenty of entertain
ment for all classes. Concessions will
be sold to first class people. For
camp grounds and privileges apply to
Chas. L. Smithprivilege man.
Tahlequah Okla. July 23. The fol
lowing official notice was Issued Fri-
day: Guion Miller special commissioner
of the court of claims will be at the
following place on the date named
below for tbe purpose of distributing
warrants to the Eastern Cherokees in
settlement of the judgment of the
court of claims In their favor:
Fort Gibson Okla. Wednesday
Sallisaw Okla. Thursday and Fri
day July 28 and 29.
Stilwell Okla. Saturday July 30.
Westville Okla. Monday August 1.
Grove Okla Wednesday and Thurs
day August 3 and 4.
Af ton Okla. Friday August 5.
Pryor Creek Okla. Saturday
Vlnita Okla. Monday and Tuesday
August 8 and 9.
Chelsea Okla. Wednesday August
Claremore Okla. Thursday August
Nowata Okla. Friday August 12.
Coffeyville Kans. Saturday August
Bartlesville Okla. Monday August
Collinsville Okla. Tuesday August
Tulsa Okla. Wednesday August
Porum Okla. Friday August 19.
Muskogee Okla. Saturday and Mon
day August 20 and 22.
At these points the persons living
in the Immediate vicinity will be wait-
THE PURE FOOD GROCERY
Leads in the things you want theat
A fact which is proven by old and
new customets. Everything first
class in our store. .'.
L. P. GARRISON Prop. .
& Raines' &
Headquarters at the Gem Res-
taurant. Calls answered at all
hours Promptly day or night.
My Bank Book I
Earn some spend less and place the balance to your credit at
The Cherokee National
Who wili furnish vou with a Bank Book and a Check -Book"
Free of Charge.
B. A. McFARLAND Cashier
ed on first; and those comicg from a
distance will only be paid la the eTent
there la ample time to do so on the
Numbers issued at Tahlequah win
not be accepted at other points.
AH persons applying should bring
with them the circular letter of Jztt
10 1909 giving their number on the
If this -letter has been lost they..i
should bring the postal card giving
their application number.
Payment will begin promptly at
a. m. at all point named.
GUION MILLER h
Special Commissioner of the Court
NOTICE TO PAVING AND STREET
Notice is hereby gt-en that there
will not be any notice mailed out this
You are further notified that on all
paving and street improvement one-
tenth (1-10) of the principal and in-
terest on the whole amount remaining
unpaid up to September 1st 1910 will
be due and payable at the office of
the City Clerk of the City of Vlnita
Okla. during the month of August
1910 and all unpaid installments will
be certified to the County Treasurer
to be collected according to law and
he will collect interest on the same at
the rate of 18 per cent from the 1st
day of September 1910.
Read carefully the following streets
to be effected by this notice designat-
ed by districts to-wit:
District No. 2. All of Canadian
avenue from Fourth to Fifth street.
District No. 3. All of Canadian
avenue from First street to Second
District No. 4. All of Canadian ave-
nue from Scraper street to Ross
District No. 5. AU of Delaware ave-
nue from Wilson street to Ross street
District No. 6. Canadian avenue
from the alley In Block 49 to Scraper
street and all of Scraper street from
the south line line of Canadian avenue
to the north line of Flint avenue.
District NO. 7. All of the alley in
Block 48 and 49.
District No. 8. Scraper street from
the north line of Flint avenue to North
District No. 9. Foreman street
from Delaware avenue to Halsell
District No. 10. Wilson street from
north line of Delaware avenue to
north line of Excelsior avenue.
District No. 11. Smith street from
Sequoyah avenue to North avenue.
All the lots tracts pieces or parcels
of ground on both sides of the abore
described streets and avenues to the
center of the block abutting on the
streets or avenues are Included in
Dated this 25th day of July 1910.
A. J. GREEN' .
82-88 City Clerk.
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