Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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4oft^?nd.tntnPHnCare Pm,d.a.uVl8iw ^2“8 army on the batt,e front recently and la here shown (bearded man with
eoft hat) Inspecting some of the hard-lighting soldiers of France.
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KING VICTOR EMMANUEL
King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, It is
[believed, would like to help the allies
I against Qermany, and especially
against Austria, and the popular de-
mand for the adoption of such a course
has been insistent In Itlay.
BOUQUET FOR THE FIGHTER
I German soldier receiving a bouquet
from a loyal frau as he Is marching
through the streets of Berlin on bis
Way to the sceno of battle.
India will establish a $600,000 en-
Ineerlng college at a suburb of
CZAR’S DAUGHTER INSPECTS HER REGIMENT
Grand Duchess Olga, eldest daughter of the czar, inspecting the regiment
of cavalry of which she is the colonel, before its departure for the front.
May Accompany Meat or Form the
Foundation of a Most Sub-
A puree may be either un accom-
paniment to meat or form the founda-
tion of a substantial soup. Whatever
vegetable Is turned Into a puree must
first be well boiled, then passed
through a sieve—a work demanding
patience, It is true. The puree will
then have a little butter and season-
ing added to it, cream or the yolks
of eggs, or some gravy sauce, accord-
ing to what meat It accompanies.
A puree of chestnuts accompanies
veal or poultry and requires the ad-
dition of a little thick cream. A puree
of white haricot beans accompanies
A puree of sorrel or Bplnach, or
both combined, is really nicest when
served without meat and placed In in-
dividual cocottes or in shells of fried
bread. After passing the spinach, etc.,
through the sieve it Is beaten up with
a little butter and cream and liberally
seasoned. It should not be boiled
more than Just enough to cook It ten-
der, and then it will keep its color
Cucumbers, marrows, turnips, arti-
chokes and pumpkins all make deli-
cious purees, sweet or savory. Anoth-
er delicious puree of small white
onions and new potatoes makes a
dainty dish, if sufficient cream is add-
ed, and the mixture is put into small
china dishes and browned on top.
The puree destined for serving
alone or as an accompaniment to
meat must be kept thick, yet Binootli;
the puree that forms the foundation
of a soup is lengthened out to make a
sufficient quantity by adding to it
meat or vegetable stock, and milk or
cream, or milk or eggs, etc. The eggs
and cream should not be put In until
after the puree is cooked and tuken
from the fire.
Sale of Nod-Competent and Inherited Indian Lands
Department of the Interior.
The furniture will’ be improved by
being wiped off occasionally with a
cloth dipped In linseed oil.
The short grass trimmings from the
lawn make very good feed for fowls.
To save face towels put a badger on
both sides of the towel and you will
find that instead of one end wearing
and the other remaining unworn, both
ends will wear evenly.
One quart of flour made up into
baking powder biscuits will make
from twelve to fifteen, according to
the size of the cutter.
When using whipped cream If you
add the white of an egg to the cream
and whip with It., It requires less
cream and Is more delicate in taste
Washing Jap silk blouses, a tea-
spoonful of methylated spirit, added
to two pints of water, gives Just the
sufficient stifTness required and saves
starching or ironing, when too wet.
Eight pounde of pears, four pounds
best brown sugar, one quart vinegar,
one cupful of mixed whole spice, stick
of cinnamon, cassia buds, allspice and
cloves, less of latter than former. Tie
spices in a bag and boll with vinegar
and sugar. Skim well, then add pears,
cook ten minutes or till scalded and
tender. Sklin out pears and put In
stone Jar. Boil sirup five minutes
longer and pour over the pears. Next
day pour off the sirup and boil down
again. Repeat this three mornings.
Keep the bag of spices In the sirup.
Cook together for 20 minutes a can
of tomatoes, one bay leaf, a teaspoon-
ful of salt, a slice of onion and six
peppercorns. Melt two tablespoonfuls
of butter, add two of flour, strain, and
pour In slowly one cupful of the
cooked tomato that has been strained.
When smooth, pour over the well
beaten yolks of three eggs and set
aside to cool. When cold, add the
stiffly beaten whites and bake In a
moderate oven. Grated cheese sprin-
kled over the top Just before putting
In the oven makes a good variation.
T'KFTT Port*°(rlfhtt,Cwlm\pi S towSttlipUdtJi
tin flight in.ths America, la consultation
Cream three-fourths tablespoonful
butter and one and a half tablespoon-
fuls HUgar, add two teaspoonfuls of
beaten egg, one and a half tablespoon
Tula milk and five tablespoonfuls flour
mixed and sifted with one-half tea
spoonful baking powder and a few
grains of salt. Beat vigorously, turn
into two buttered Individual tins and
bake In moderate oven. Serve with
cream, wine or brandy sauce.
Pork Apple Pie.
Line your platter with rich piecrust
and put a layer of apple, then one
of all fat pork shaved as thin as you
can iKissIbly shave it, then repeat till
plate 1* full enough, then sprinkle a
little Halt over top of apples, large
half cupful sugar, pinch of cinnamon
or uho nutmeg to taste. Cover with
top crust, brush over with milk and
Gut cucumbers Into hulvos, peel, re
move pijlp and mix it with minced
meat of uny kind, which has been
seasoned with salt, pepper and catch-
up. Press some of this mixture Into
each cucumber shell, add a little stock,
cover closely and bruise in the oven
Pocket Electric Heater.
For the convenience of travelers
there has been Invented a pocket elec-
tric heater, tnklng current from a light
socket, which will boll a quart of wa-
ter In three minutes.
Seger Indian Agency, Colony, Okla., September 22, 1914.
Bids for the lands listed below as non-competent will be opened at tho
seger Indian Agency, Colony, Oklahoma, at 2:00 P. M„ October 22, 1914: .
Bids for lands listed below as INHERITED will be opened at the Seger
Agency, Colony, Oklahoma, at 2:00 P. M„ November 22, 1914:
Each bid must be accompanied by a CERTIFIED CHECK CERTIFI-
CATE OF DEPOSIT or BANK DRAFT on some SOLVENT bank, payable to
the order of \\ . W. Small, Supt. & S. D. A., for not less than 10 per cent,
of the amount of the bid. If the bid is accepted, the balance of the purchase
price MUST be remitted to the above mentioned Supt. & S. D. A . in one of
the above mentioned forms of exchange within thirty days after the date
of the notice to the purchaser that his bid has been accepted.
Successful bidders shall pay all costs of conveyancing, and in addition,
the following sums, to wit: If the purchase price be J 1,000.00 or less, $1.50;
if it he more than $1,000.00 and not more than $2,000.00, $2.00; if more than
$2,000.00, $2.50 to be used by the Supt. & S. D. A. for giving public notice of
Each bid must be enclosed in a sealed envelope and must be marked by
the bidder “BID FOR INDIAN LAND,” giving date of opening, but the descrip-
tion of the land should not be given on the envelope.
No bidder will be permitted to include more than one tract in any bid.
If a prospective bidder desires to bid on more than one tract, he must sub-:
mil a separate bid for each tract he desires to purchase. .
Successful bids are accepted by the undersigned, subject to the approval
of the Indian Allottee and the Department.
Bidders, owners, and others Interested, may be present when the bids are
Form of bid:
1 hereby offer on the allotment of.
.of the...................... of Sec.
Enclosed is a certified check for $..........being 10 per cent of my bid.
(Name In full)..........................................
(Address) ................................. .
Name of Allottee. Description.
Little Bird.........VV% of NWVi of 29-11-14
Creeping Bear........SMs of SWVi of 1-8-15
Sioux,Woraan......EV& of NEVi of 14-10-16
Shave Head Woman.EV6 of NWVi of 18-12-16
Red Teeth........NVj of SWVi of 15-13-14
Pipe Woman.........WVfc of NEVi of 7-12-16
Short Finger.......E% of NWVi of 10-12-17
Picking Bones.-.....SV6 of NEVi of 22-15-14
Yellow Eyes...............NWVi of 27-12-18
Blowing..................NEVi of 16-15-14
Red Leggins..........WVa of SEVi of 6-12-16
Sand Girl..........WV6 of NWVi of 34-10-16
Ed. Hadley.........EV4 of NWVi of 31-12-16
Little Woman.............NWVi of 25-14-15
Twenty Standing...........NEVi of 28-12-18
Medicine Bear......NVfc of NEVi of 17-12-17
Without.............NViof SEVi of 18-15-14
Woman Going Ahead.NV^ of NEVi of 10-10-16
[NV6 of NEVi of 11-10-16
Thunder Bull...........NV4 of SWVi 3-10-14
Edward Williams____SV6 of SWVi of 11-11-16
Turtle...............S% of NWVi of 4-10-17
Iny Pendleton.............SWVi of 24-11-16
Red Plume.........NVi of NEVi of 13-11-15
Wolf In the Middle. .NV4 of SWVi of 24-12-16
Robert Yellow Eyes.SVfc of SWVi of 28-12-16
Sitting In Lodge----8V£ of SWVi of 24-12-16
Red Bird..................NWVi of 5-16-14
Sage Woman (Kias).SVi of NWVi of 7-13-16
Lightning Woman..........NWVi of 9-15-14
Small Woman.......EVi of NWVi of 4-13-14
Little Woman.......NVfe of SWVi of 26-12-17
Big Dress...........SVi of NEVi of 20-15-14
Sitting Together...........NWVi of 21-12-17
Name of Allottee. Description. Containing
Bad W’oman...............SWVi of 28-9-15 160 acres
Bhave Head................NEVi of 2-10-18 160 acres
Black Owl................NWVi of 32-15-14 160 acrea
Sleeping Bear.............SWVi of 16-12-17 160 acres
Hunting Over..............NEVi of 18-12-17 160 acres
For further information addreaa W. W. 8MALL, 8upt. A
D .A., Colony, Okl«.
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Seger, Neatha H. Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1914, newspaper, October 22, 1914; Colony, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941675/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.