Vinita Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 287, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 13, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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DR. LOUIS BAGBY
Physician and Surgeon
Ofiice in Halsel) Building
VINITA. - - - OKLAHOMA.
Dr. W. B. Crawford
Office 1 4 North Wilson Street
jaa.es :s. davenport
OfficeRooms 9 & 10 New Halsell Bldg.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law
Collections and General Practice
Room 6 Scott I5!dg. Vinita Okla.
E JL STUB BLEFIELD D. M. D.
RatesReasonable Examination Free
AU operations made as painless as pos-
sible and all work guaranteed
Somnoform used for Painless Extraction
Office in HcGeortfe Bids;. Phone Ml
DR. C. S. NEER
Office in Foreman Binding
PHONES: Residence 463; Oince 93
KESIfJENCE KAVMONI) (MONK DCiJPIN
C. W. DAY
D E N T I S T
Gold Crown and Bridge Work
Office in Empire Block VINITA.
The rate in this column of the
Chieftain't Want Ads. are:
1 cent a word one issue.
2 cents a word three tssues.
3 cents a word six issues.
Feed your teams at J. C. Gray's mule
Bring your work mules to me if you
want to sell them. J. C. Gruy. tf
WANTED Two furnished rooms
for light house keeping. Address
Richard Lawrence Vinita.
WANTED To rent a four or five
room house. K. II. rord. . 278-80
For Sale Piano almost new very cheap
if taken nt once. Ethel Craig Chieftain
NOTICE All parties using city
water are prohibited from allowing
others to use from same. This is a
violation of the law and must not be
allowed. iw J. H. WORT.MAX. Supt.
Evelyn Crt.lg teacher of oil water
color and china painting. Orders taken.
Studio 128 South Ross. tf
A Bargain at $250.
Oldsmobile in lirst class running
order for sale. Inquire of I. M. Ditto
at electric light plant. 276-tf
WANTED Every housekeeper in
Craig county to see the "Success"
Cabinet now on exhibition in the
Scott building Vinita. Okla.
FOR SALE Pecan trees 1 to 9
ft. high well rooted. 285-87
Harry .1. Haas M. D. from Joplin.
Mo. will be at Dr. .McCarthy's office
Monday and Tuesday March 15 and
16. Dr. Haas is a specialist in the
diseases of the eye ear. nose and
throat and 'he testing of eyes for
FOR SALE 40 acres good oil land
in the Bartlesville field; four produc
ing wells. Mrs. Wythe. tf
Bramble Millinery Opening Mon-
day and Tuesday March 15 and It!.
FuRSA l.E The "one-story-frame
building on my lot on Canadian av-
enue; must be sola at once to make
room for new building. Seymour
At West Cabin school house. Tues-
day March 16 at 2 o'clock for the
purpose of organizing a telephone
company electing officers and adopt-
ing constitution and by laws.
Signed by Committee
TO PAY EASTERN
(Continued From Page 1.)
Clerical work incident leasing
' Creek and Cherokee mineral lands.
alBo full-blood Indian lands $30000.
For appraisal and clerical work in-
cident to the Bale of restricted lands
in Indian Territory $25000.
Removing intruders $17000.
Removal restrictions Indian Terri-
District agents Indian Territory and
five in Ok.ahoma $'J0000.
Schools Indian Territory $150000.
Dawes commission work $140000.
Equalization of Creek allotments
on 8o0 basis $3000000.
Payment by check from tribal funds
for remnant allotments duo Cherokee
and Chickasaw and Choctaws on a
200 per cent basis in event allotments
due do not exreed $50 in value.
Authorizing payment of 5 per cent
interest on unappropriated Seminoles
monies to the amount of $5iO000.
Capita payment Kiowas Caman-
ches and Apaches $250000.
A patent in fee is also granted to
the Benedictine Fathers tho Sac-
ed Heart Abbey in Pottawatomie
county for 610 acres of land. The
Goodland Indian Orphan Industrial
school is granted a like amount of
land is an investment by the secre
tary of the interior warrants.
The court of claims is also author-
ized to allow the secretary of the
treasury to pay certain eastern Cher
okee Indians for services heretofore
rendered in attending their tribal
counels. The total amount is limit-
ed to $57000.
Another provision premits persons
who have taken out townlot patents
in the Five Civilized tribes and who
have defaulted in payments can now
make good their default by the pay-
ment of 10 per cent interest there on.
They are given until December 1
fflo'.l in which to make payment. It
also limits the time in which frced-
men of the Choctaw and Chickasaw
nations can acquire the amount of
allotmentas due them to December 1
The secretary of the interior is al-
so authorized to limit the amount paid
to members of the tribal councils of
the Five Civilized Tribes. Hereafter
they will receive compensation only
for the length of time authorized by
the secretary of the interior.
Condemnation proceedings are also
authorized in the Choctaw and Chick-
asaw segregated coal area for penal
purposes and for sewers and water
systems. The title to the underlying
mineral however will remain in the
which reverts the title to the sur-
face when no longer used In the man-
ner specified In the bill.
MUSKOGEE ATTORNEY HELD
ON A SERIOUS CHARGE
C. O. Todd a Muskogee attorney
is under arrest at Fort Smith Ark.
on a charge of subornation of per-
jury. The complainant is Bertha
Daniels a negro girl who swears that
Todd Induced her to swear falsely so
that she could secure a license to
marry Scipio Landrum an Indian.
Some months ago Landrum and the
girl came to Fort Smith and were
married i.aiidruni has a guardian
who on llnding that his ward was mar-
ried went into court and secured a
restraining order forbidding him to
dispose of his holding at least that
is the story. It is intimated that Todd
was instrumental in inducing the
marriage. On Wednesday Todd ap-
peared in Fort Smith with a negro
named Lenius Daniels who secured
a license to marry Lelia Jones a ne-
gress of this city and the warrant
of arrest was served on Todd by Dep-
uty (loss. Col. William M. Cravens
went on Todd's bond for the sum of
$1 .01)0. Times-Democrat.
BAKER UNIVERSITY MAY
AGAIN HAVE FOOT BALL.
By Associated Press.
.Clay Center Kans. Mar. The
Kansas conference of the Methodist
church today gave its consent to the
reinstatement of foot ball at Baker
university and referred the whole
matter to the board of trustees of the
university. The south Kansas confer-
ence will consider the same question
at Ooffeyville next week if favorable
action Is taken foot ball is again to
be a part of Baker athletics.
COMMISSION FORM OF
GOVERNMENT IS UPHELD.
Topeka. Kans.. Mar. l:!. The state
supreme court today decided the com-
mission form of government is valid
This w as made in a case from Wichit i
asking the supreme' court to order
the officers of Wichita to recognize
a regularly nominated ticket for of-
fices on the old plan.
A "BOOST" WITH EVERY SONG.
Young Man Evidently a Believer In
"About the most resourceful young
person I've encountered In the real
estate line" said a Pittsburg man
came from Ohio. He secured a place
with a real estate firm. The second
evening he was In town one of his co-
workers introduced him to an evening
gathering at the house of a well-
known merchant. The company learn-
ing that the newcomer possessed a
voice Invited him to sing. He re-
sponded with 'Home Sweet Home.'
"Everybody was surprised at his se-
lection but as it was well done he
was heartily applauded. Then he
surprised thera some more.
"Stepping forward to the center ol
the room he said:
" 'I'm glad you liked the song. There
Is nothing like "Home Sweet Home."
and let me say that our firm is sell-
ing them on terms to suit and within
twelve miles of the city. If you doa't
care to live there the fact yet remain
that it's the chance of your lire tor
Why He Did the Washing.
A man came out of one of the lit-
tl roof houses across from the wom
an's -window with a big basket of
clothes. He was followed by two
small boys carrying more clothes and
elothesnins. The man nut the basket
of clothes down and began to sort
them out preparatory to hanging them
on the line. The boys helped hand-
ing him the clothespins and soma
small pieces one at a time. They
were a long while hanging out tne
clothes because of their awkwardness.
It was evidently work they were un-
accustomed to but at last it was fin-
ished and the boys went down Into
the little roof house leaving the man
on the roof. He stood for a moment
looking at the clothes then going over
to a parapet sat down between t.o
tall chimneys. The woman could see
him from her window lean against one
of the chimneys and by and by throw
his arm across his eyes.
She found out afterward that his
wife had died the week before. New
Oh Thank You.
Recently an automobillst ran down
nd killed a hen. He was a conscien-
tious automobillst. Instead of racing
along unmindful of the grief of the
owners ot that hen he immediately
stonned. cot out. tenderly picked up
the unfortunate fowl and rang the
doorbell of the farmhouse from the
vicinity of which it had emerged.
A woman opened the drir.
T am very sorry to inform you" re-
marked the automobllist "that I have
unintentionally killed this hen of
yours." He held the fowl up to her
view. "Now I am quite willing to pay
whatever the value
But she checked Jilm with this joy-
"Oh I'm so much obliged to you.
I've been trying to catch that hen for
three days to cook it for dinner and
I never could so much s lay a hand
on the pesky thing. Thank you sir
Englishwomen in Canada.
The Englishwoman who has extri-
cated herself from the social muddle
at home because she felt powerless
to help; who has learned what things
are worth while; who values health
and lelsurefreedom from worry and
sweet country air above all that the
city has to give can have them all In
Canada and feel that she is holding
them not at the expense of others but
with the toil of her own hands. from
the Woman Worker.
Young Isaacs Fadder ees marriage
The Elder Isaacs Veil my boy eef
you marry a real real rich girl mar-
riage ees almost as good as a fail-
ure. Success Magazine.
Out of the Fullness of the Heart.
"What shall I play?" asked the or-
ganist of an absent-minded clergyman.
"What sort of a hand have you
pot?" was the unexpected reply.
Money Well Spent.
Health is an important factor to the
people of New York city and the pub-
lie treasury expends $6300 each day
In looki'.g afler It.
If a man were only as patient In
business as he is in fishing what
couldn't he accomplish. Detroit Free
People who have little knowledge
are always willing to scatter that lit-
tle as far as they can.
Stay in New York.
Nearly one-third of the immigrants
who arrive in the port of New York
never go beyond the city for a home.
A Word to the Unwise.
Beware of the "good thing" that
conies to your door and tries to
A small cloud may hide both sua
The same mechanical laws that gov-
ern the heaeuli bodies as shown by
Galileo govern the action of the hu-
man heart and for aught any cnt
knows very part of the body evea
the mind Itself. Descartes.
WHEN MEAT IS LEFT OUT.
Two Good Recipes That Will Provide
Cream Crabs in Peppers. If you live
near Bait water where crabs are ob-
tainable this Is a most inexpensive
dish. If you are not in a crab country
substitute any good white fish with a
firm texture. Select large green sweet
peppers of uniform size one for each
person. Cut off enough of the stem
ends to make the vegetable set firmly
but do not make an opening through
which the Juice can come. Cut off
the tops scrape out the seeds and
throw into Ice water to soak for an
hour. For six peppers make the fol-
lowing mixture: A coffee cupful of
crab meat flaked after the crabs bave
been boiled. In a porcelain or enamel-
ed saucepan melt one tablespoonful of
flour. Add slowly one cup of milk
stirring all the while. When this has
come to a boll remove the pan from
the fire add a beaten yolk of one egg
a large teaspoon of chopped parsley
a little lemon juice salt and paprika.
Add the crab meat return to the fire
and bring to boiling point. Remove
Immediately wipe out the pepper cases
with a soft cloth and fill with the fish
mixture; place in a brick oven and
bake ten minutes.
Scrambled Eggs and Mushrooms.
An economical dish for the out-of-town
housewife who knows where and how
to gather mushrooms. For six peo-
ple a quarter of a pound of mushrooms
will be required. They are light In
weight. Skin the tops scrape the
stems and wash In cold water; have
ready some melted butter drop in the
mushrooms whole If they are small
halved if they are large; shake vig-
orously until they are lightly browned
and then set on the back of the stove
while you prepare your eggs. Warm
a cup of rich milk in which you melt
two tablespoons of butter salt and
pepper to taste. In another bowl beat
six eggs whites and yolks together.
Stir in the mushrooms and the sea-
soned milk last. Turn the mixture
into a porcelain lined or enameled fry-
ing pan rubbed with butter. Cook
over a moderate fire until the eggs are
set using a silver fork to keep the
cooked portion from sticking to the
bottom and sides of the pan. Serve on
hot toast garnished with parsley.
pi&cncM HINTS I
To keep poached eggs in shape set
ihe water whirling with a spoon and
1rop the egg in the center of the
maelstrom. The motion rounds thd
Tlace eggs on table. With the fin-
ger and thumb try to spin them. A
pood egg will only twirl a little
while; a bad one will spin like a top
Put the broiler pan of your gas
range up in the oven and set your pie
In it. The pie will bake just as well
ind if the juice runs out and It always
Joes it will not burn and smoke.
Citron which stands awhile is dlffl-
cult to cut as it gets extremely hard.
If taken and placed in a colandeMl'tt
held over steam for a short while it
will regain its original fi'eshnejnd
lie ready for use '
An excellent way to avoid staining
the fingers when paring vegetables
and fruit particularly apples Is to
wind the lliunih and first finger of the
right hand with snips of clean white
ilolh. They ran be pulled off easily
when paring is completed and the
stains will be on the cloth instead of
the fingers which invariably become
deeply stained from fruit aud knife.
i Corn Entree.
Score and scrape a dozen ears of
orn put the pulp in a bowl or dish
ind steam for 20 minutes. Meantime
put one pound of finely chopped raw
ueef in a saucepan with two table-
spoonfuls of butter; stir over a mod-
crate fire until the juices of the meat
are well drawn out then put in a meat
or potato press a little at at ime and
press out every drop of the juice. Re-
turn this to the fire season with salt
pepper and a suspicion of mace and
'hyme; stir in sufficient flour wet in
cold water to make a little thicker
than cream the exact quantity depend-
ing on the amount of gravy. Butter a
baking dish put in it the corn which
has been seasoned and pour over it
the gravy. Over all put a thick layer
of grated swiss cheese and bake in a
hot oven until the cheese Is well
browned. Send at once to the table.
Saturate a cloth 12 inches square
with formaldehyde; put in closet
closing the door for 12 hours. Also
put a cloth In trunk or boxes where
clothes are stored. The fumes will
kill the eggs moths or germs of any
kind and leave no odor In the cloth-
ing. Repeat this during the summer
and your house will be free from
Put a pound of granulated sugar
over the fire with a small cup of
water and bring to a boil. Do not stir.
When It spins a thread from the tip of
a fork take from the fire and when it
begins to cool a little stir and beat to
a soft mass. To use this for icing heat
a little in a vessel set in hot water and
spread on quickly. Flavor to taste.
Cut sweet salt pork into small
pieces fry a little and stir Into a good
griddle batter. Put Into a bread ran
and bake to a nice brown. A little
sugar Is an improvement Pancakes
are good made with apples instead of
Patronize State Banks
There are two reasons why Oklahomans should do business
with State Banks.
FIRST Because a land owner can use his land as a basis of security and
back his money wants with a low rate of interest.
SECOND Because the Oklahoma laws protect the depositor by a guarantee
which husbands his money while on deposit and makes the banks
contribute to a fund out of which in case of failure he is to be paid.
THIS IS WHY THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK BECAME
The Farmers State Bank
A BILL FAVORABLE TO
RAILROADS IS PASSED
Guthrie Okla. Mar. 13. The most
important favorable bill to railroads
passed at this session by Morris of
the senate has gone through the
house finally. It aims to enable rail-
roads to domesticate or take out an
Oklahoma state charter without pay-
ing the legal charter fee of 1 per
cent on its entire capital stock which
in the case of large systems would
be an enormous sum. The roads un-
der the Morris bill are allowed to
come in with a fee on a proportionate
part of their capital invested or in-
volved in Oklahoma only.
(First Published in the Vinita Chief-
tain March 13th 1009.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of the County
Court of the County of Craig State
of Oklahoma made on the 10th day
of March 1909 in the matter of the
estate of Bruce Vann a minor the
undersigned as guardian of the es-
tate of said minor will sell at private
sale to the highest bidder for cash
subject to confirmation by said Coun-
toy Court on Tuesday the 30th day
of March 1909 at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m. at the County Court
room in said County of Craig State
of Oklahoma all the right title in-
terest and estate of the said Bruce
Vann a minor in and to the follow-
ing described land situated in the
County of Craig State of Oklahoma
and more accurately described as fol-
The N 1-2 of NE -4 of SE 1-4;
NE 1-4 oi NW 1-4 of SE 1-4; and
NE1-4 of SV 1-4 of Section 30
Township 25 North Range 21
East being in all 70 acres more
Bids must be in writing accomp-
anied by a certified check for one-third'-Cff
the amount of the bid and
may be left at the office of Addis A.
Brown Attorney at Law Vinita
Dated this 10th day of March 1909.
Py ADDIS A. BROWN
Attorney for Guardian.
Rooms 422 to 436 Reeder Building
One of the best stallions in Craig
county 9 years old weighs 14U0 lbs
and is 16 1-2 hends high
At a Bargain
F. H. ANDREWS
East Side Livery Barn
LICENSE No. 261
Both Phones 243 Open Day and Night I
REMEMBER JNE D0JHE
WORK THAT STANDS
' Spring Brings
And for the accommodation of those
moving to the following states the
Frisco will give exceptionally low-
rates from March 1st to April 30th.
The states are: Arizona New Mex-
ico California Oregon Colorado
Texas Idaho Utah Montana Wash-
ington Nevada Mexico and Central
nuu i ciitri ii v tiiitiutv. -
Frisco Metorsbest to
Si Louis & Kansas City 1
When voa so
Go right ;
Go Frisco i
Ask W. H. Deck the Frsco man at
Vinita or write C. O. Jackson Di- W
vision Passenger Agent Oklahoma
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