The Washington County Sentinel And The Weekly Enterprise (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, January 10, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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TIE WASHINGTON COUNTY SENTINEL
THE WEEKLY ENTERPRISE
—BY THK -
BARTLESVILLE PUBLISHING CO.
120 \V«‘st Third Sired.
Published Every I riduj Morning.
Weekly Subscriptions are Payable In
One Yenr _____!-----------------$1.00
Six Months J____________ .00
Entered ns Second-class Matter
December 30, 1911, at the Postofflco
at Bartlesville, Oklu., under the Act
of March 3, 1879.
Robert E. Douglas, 1108-9 Steger
Eastern Representative, W. D. Ward,
Tribune llldg., New York.
jin congress, taking issue with M. L.
I Mott, Creek nntionn] attorney.
The Indians deny they are being
I robbed by their professional guard*
inns, as stated by Mott, and declare
|ihe charges made by hint were for the
purpose of keeping him In public of-
fice. The document Is Rigneil bv Sam-
uel Richards, vice president, of the
Indian League, and Bunny McIntosh,
SEASON CLOSES FEB. I
UnrtlcNi lllc Hunter Was Worried Till
He hooked I p haw. •
Recently a Bartlesville hunter shot
a couple of quail, and when he got to
thinking about the season on quail, he
was somewhat alarmed lest he should
be arrested. He went to the office of
The abovo labe! is issued to the
Rartlesvllle Enterprlso by tho Inter-
national Typographical Union, be-
cause the Enterprlso employe none
but members of tho Typographical
Union in its mechanical department.
FRIDAY. .1 1M ARY 10, 11M3
111! WOULD II A A I A COMMISSION
TAKE OVER CORPORATIONS.
BILL BEFORE THE SENATE
KANSAS SENATOR WANTS AN
OTHER COMMERCE COMMISSION.
i bill proposes to divide the Btate Into
|eight districts as follows:
District No. 1.—Cimarron, Texas,
Beaver, Harper, Woodward, Kills,
Woods, Major, Alfalfa, Roger Mills,
Beckham, Harmon, Greer and Jack-
District No. 2—Tillman, Comanche
Kiowa, Caddo, Washita, Custer, Dewey
District No. 3 Stephens, Grady,
Canadian, Kingfisher, Garfield, Grant
I Kav, Garvin and Murray.
District No- ‘I -Noble, Pawnee,
Bayne, Logan, Oklahoma, Cleveland
BY Oil, COMPANY, SAYS SE< RE-
TARA OF INTERIOR.
TurpoM* |o Prated People,
Senator, “From Extortionate
District No. fi Pottawatomie, Lln-
Snts Hi,, coin, Crock, Okfuskee, Hughes, Seml-
The season on wild turkey closed
nolo, Pontotoc and Coal
District No. (i- -Ottawa, Craig, No-
wata. Washington, Tulsa, Rogers,
Mayes, Delaware, Wagoner, Osage and
District No. 7 Muskogee, Sequoyah,
McIntosh, Cherokee, Adair, Haskell,
LeFlore, Latimer and MeCurtaln.
No. 8—Pittsburg, Atoka,
. Rrvan, Marshall, Johnston, Carter,
corporations and exercise control ovei ; * ,
, ... , Love, Jefferson, Choctaw and Pusli-
D. C., Jan. C—Senator
the county clerk and secured a copy j |jr|8toW of Kansas presented to llift
of the game laws and was greatly re- Ucnate today a proposal for an indus-
lleved when he discovered that the'ir(ui commission of seven members to
season for killing quail will not close oVcr the work of the bureau on District
until February 1
nil persons, firms or corporations do-1
January 1. There were fewer wilrtji|1K ,m interBtnto hiiHineHs with gross <
turkey killed this season in the Osage recetptH of over $3,000,000 a year. He
country and other sections where they tjl(? .^j, pr0p0i;.d to (rente a body jroa,ls 0P‘‘ratin8 'vlll,in ,he sta,e
were once plentiful, than ever before- L|m|jar |0 jj)0 interstate eommoren
The same Is true or quail. Earlier in commission, to have the same powcrjfrom
tho season quail were quite plentiful,10V(.,. industrial concerns the latter cx- |lvf*spital In the slate sufficient to care
but of lute few have been seen. |crc|B08 0V(>r transportation compan- for 1,10 employes who contribute to its
A bill by Barrett requiring all rail-
collect a hospital maintenance fund
their employes to maintain a
II AH Tl RM H DOWN <1001) OFFER
And Given lease fo Others at Less and
Disobeyed Orders of Secretary,
II Is Said.
IMPROVING HIGHW AYS OF COI X.
TY AIM OF COMMERCIAL CLI II.
CITY TRADE CENTER
According lo the statement id'
“BAD ROADS HURT CITY,"
Practical Suggestion As to
Better Roads Can He
B. Doolln, state game warden, quail
are becoming scarcer evory year, and
unless steps are taken to close tho
season on quail in this state for a
period of years, the extermination of
(mail In Oklahoma seems certain. The
season for quail in Iowa was closed a
few years ago when a similar condi-
tion to the one at present in Oklahoma
was found. Since that lime the num-
ber of quail in that state have greatly
LEMONS AND ORANGES KILLED
Losses in California Will Beach Into
The co-operation of the city and the
county In the building of better roads
leading Into BartlesvlITO will he one
of the leading topics discussed at the
meeting of the county farmers insti-
tute and the Commercial Club to be
held here next month.
“We must devise some means of
putting tho country roads in better
shnpe,” Frank Sauer, president of the
Commercial club said t,oday. “The
loss that .results front bad roads is
certain to react on the business inter-
ests of the city, and it injures the
farmers of Ibis county- 1 think that
It will be possible to obtain the co-
operation of the city and county com-
missioners to work out a plan for im-
proving the highways.”
A plan that has been suggested and
one that Is receiving some favorable
attention Is to set aside a day or two
early next spring after the spring
rains when citizens of Bartlesville
shall donate a day or two working on
the highways leading into this city-
Under the proposed plan a committee
of ten or twelve men would take
charge of the work to be done on a
certain road and each assemble his
men to do the work on some highway
on the day set aside. That, the man
In charge be one who has a practical
knowledge of road building and that
the work done be so thorough that the
first rain storm would not undo the
work that, had been done. A sugges-
tion has been made in the same con-
nection in proposing that the highways
he but fourteen feet wide and graded
after each rain with a King drag- That
would probably cost about $3 a day
and that fifteen miles of road could be
graded by a man and a team In a day.
It has been pointed out by many
business men of this city that Bartles-
ville could be made a better trade
center, if better highways wore' built
up so that farmers could get to mav-
kot without any embarrassments caus-
ed from bad roads. Poor roads have
been one of the principal setbacks to
the agricultural development of this
county. Bad roads also work great
hardships open oil men in hauling
supplies to the oil fields- If Bartles-
ville is to be made a better maikct
center, declared a business man this
morning, the first-thing to be done is
to improve the highways so that peo-
ple can come here to trade. If the
‘^present plans of the Commercial club
and farmers Institute are carried to a
successful conclusion, Washington
county will have many miles of good
roads a year hence-
INDIANS DENY MOTT CHARGE-
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 7 With
low weather temperatures last night
wore blasted tho hopes of orange and
lemon growers- Estimates of citrus
fruit losses ran from ten lo thirty
million dollars today.
Nearly 100 car loads of oil distillate
and other fuels were used In “smudg-
ing” last night. In Redlands, the or-
chardists quit when the thermometer
showed 19 degrees above. San Bern-
ardeno was two degrees lower and the
losses there may bo fully three mil-
“The purpose is lo protect people
with some degree of promptness from
Ihi' extortionate practices of the pow-
erful corporations without destroying
the businesses they represent,” said
Decision of Supremo Court Favorable
lo Railroads and Express Companies.
Washington, D. Jan. 0—Rail-
roads and express companies won a
revolutionary decision in Hie supreme
court when it. was held that contracts
limiting to small sums their liabilities
for loss of shipments were not sub-
ject. to state but. to interstate laws. lt!oamo (0 Bartlesville and make several
further held that contracts limiting | investments.
liability to a small sum in return for! Among other inquiries made was
I'ow rates was not a violation of thpju1(, price of city and farm property,
interstate commerce laws. Many about tho water system, cost of fuel,
scores of such contracts have been ;UK] 0ther features about the city.
Alleging that the council of the Os-
age tribe was influenced by tho Uncle
Sara Oil company and three individual
applicants who tried to secure the
lease on 800,000 acres of oil and gas
land, comprising the entire unleased
portion of the Osage reservation, Sec-
retary of the Interior Fisher yester-
day removed seven members of I lie
Osage Indian tribal council. The sec-
retary ordered that an election be held
tlie latter part of the month and a
new council elected. He also notified
the department of justice of Hie con-
duct of several persons ill connection
with obtaining these leases from the
Indian council and asks that such ac-
tion be taken as facts warrant.
Three members of the council were
ordered out several months ago and
Hie members refused to obey the sec-
retary's order in regard to filling the
vacancy. This also had something to
do with the present order-
A recent leasing of -1,200 acres of
Osage land said to be the most favor-
able bid ever received for lease of
That. Bartlesville is fast being re- Osage land, was turned down by the
cognized as one of the best and most tribal counc11 and ,hc b°werful ‘nfla'
II LOCATE HEBE
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PR. EARL. S. SLOAN,
thriving cities in the southwest, is re-
flected in a letter received by J. C.
Shafer, secretary of the Commercial
Club from a St. Louis man represent-
ing several capitalists who want to
NEOSHO AGAIN VOTED “DRY.”
Local Option Campaign Ended AVitli
Majority of 186 Against Saloons.
Neosho. Mo., Jan. 7-—Neosho again
voted dry by a majority of 136 after
a vigorous campaign on the part: of
the dry advocates. The majority
against the saloons is three times that
of four years ago.
The “wets” made a very quiet cam-
paign, but the “drys” held many mass
meetings at the churches and brought
their efforts to a climax Saturday with
a big parade and demonstration. Hun-
dreds of school children and several
floats bearing women and children
were in the parade.
held void under slate laws.
VANDEVENTER GIVES GAVEL.
Washington County Man Presents One
to State Sennte.
Senator Vandeventer of Washington
county, who lias presented a gavel to
the senate every session since state-
hood. again Monday furnished a gavel
of walnut wood, made by H- L. Bab-
cock of Bartlesville- It was decorated
with a ribbon by Mrs. Vandeventer.—
Oklahoma City Times-
NEWSPAPER MAN DEAD.
Was Schooled On Metropolitan Dallies,
But Recently Retired.
Guthrie, Okla-, Jan- 7.—E- A- For-
ney, of Guthrie, who was engaged in
newspaper work for many years in
Philadelphia. New York and Chicago Bartlesville.
10 GUILD PLIANT
MILL AND ELEVATOR TO BE EH-
Et’TED HERE THIS SPRING.
Kanxns City Man to Build Plant—
Means Much to City and
Farmers throughout the county are
greatly Interested in the movement
that will bring about the establish-
ment of a mill and elevator in Bartles-
ville. The contract has already been
closed by the Commercial club with
J. L. Tipton, a Kansas City man, who
will begin work early in the spring
in the establishment of a mill and ele-
vator. The plant, which will give em-
ployment to eight men at the outset,
will be located in the west part of the
city. Mr. Tipton has not asked for a
bonus, nor a site, but the Commercial
club assisted him in getting a suitable
location for ids plant-
The mill will grind feed of all kinds,
making a specialty of a stock food.
The mill will not only create a de-
mand for the output from the farms
of Washington county, but grain will
be shipped in here where it will be
ground and shipped to other points.
It will mean the establishment of a
market for the farmers of this section
a better price for the output of the
farms, and will mean a greatly in-
creased acreage of the farms- Mr.
Tipton chose Bartlesville as the place
to locate his mill after looking ovet
the possibilities in several other cities
of the state. Sapulpa oven offered
him a bonus to locate bis plant there,
but he passed up the offer to come to
Secretary Shafer was not long in send
ing a reply. Besides sotting forth the
advantages of the city, he stated there
was no better agricultural opportunit-
ies offered in the state titan were to
be found here in Washington county.
Another inquiry made-was- to the
extent of the mines southwest of Bar-
tlesville. The writer stated that he
had seen several press notices sent
out of here as to the discovory of lead
and zinc in this vicinity.
RIVER BED TANGLE TO COURT.
Judge to Selile Dispute Over Made
Lands Along Arkansas.
Muskogee, Okla-, .Tan. 7.—The case
involving the ownership of the bed of
the Arkansas river was argued yester-
day and submitted to Judge Ralph E.
Campbell of the United States circuit
court- The proceeds of thirteen pro-
ducing oil wells which has been run-
ning for more than a year eventually
will go to the winner of the suit.
The Creek Nations claims the land,
the state claims it and the abutting
property owners claim it by reparian
rights. There are also a half dozen
big oil companies, including the Gypsy
and the Riverside, that have a hand
in the suit. These companies have
leased the land from abutting property
owners and Indian allottees- The sand
and gravel of the river bed also is
ence brought to bear by the Uncle
Sam Oil company and the three .other
applicants is alleged by the secretary
to have been responsible. Notwith-
standing tlie fact that the council was
requested in a petition signed by more
adult members of the Osage tribe than.,
voted for the council when it was
elected, and asking the council to
grant this favorable lease it refused to
so do. It. would have given the In-
dians for their oil land rights a roy-
alty of 25 per cent more than any pre-
viously paid and in
bonus of $140,000.
Recent investigation of affairs at
the Osage Indian agency, says the
secretary, revealed evidence of a con-
spiracy on the part of applicants for
oil leases which shows that the mem-
bers of this conspiracy have exerted
undue influence over the members of
the council. It was learned lie adds,
■‘that interest in some of the four
leases had been given to members of
the Osage tribe, inter-married citizens
of the tribe, attorneys and others. The
report shows that the council was un-
der the domination of these? influ-
ences surrounding its members ami
that the action to be taken at council
meetings and the resolutions passed
by it with reference to other leases
wore fixed in advance at meetings in
off’ces in Pawhuska, of persons hav-
ing secret interests in some of the four
Last June the secretary declined to
approve tlie leases of the Uncle Sam
Oil company and the three individuals
who were seeking the 800,000 acr°s.
Bacon Rind anil Henry Red Eagle,
principal and assistant chiefs, respect-
ively, of the Osage tribe, who were de-
clared removed from the office some
time ago by Secretary Fisher, claim
that he had no authority for such' ac-
tion in their cases. However, their
offices were ordered filled by the new
election order Friday.
year previous. A total of $048,000
worth of ore was produced.
The National Zinc company of Bar-
tlesville now has experts at work at
Ocbelata making tests there for zinc.
Ochelata is but a few miles from Bar-
tlesville and it was recently reported
that zinc had been discovered there in
creek or river bottoms where there
are natural wind breakers. The suf-
fering among cattle will come when
ice freezes on them- However, cattle-
men are glad to see the rain because
it means tlie streams and ponds will
be replenished. The water question
is quite a serious one among cattle-
TRIED TO KILL FAMILY
Augusta, Kas„ Farmer Under Arrest
On Serious Charge.
Augusta, Kas-, Jan. 4.—William
Thompson, a farmer, under arrest
here charged with trying to kill his
wife, mother and fourteen children,
addition a cash last night, was released on bond to-
day- Tlie cider son sprang across the
supper table and saved his mother-
CATTLE WILL SUFFER
Cattlemen Fear a Fall in
Henry Starr Wealthy.
Henry Starr. ex-Oklalioma bandit,
now doing time in the Colorado peni-
tentiary at Canyon City for bank rob-
bery, may be a wealthy man when he
gets out. An oil lease on the Roose-
velt Starr allotment in Nowata coun-
ty, adjoining production, was sold in
the county court at Muskogee Satur-
day to the Southwestern Oil company
for $400 and the usual eighth royalty.
Roosevelt Starr is a son of Henry
Starr. When Starr was in the Fort
Smith federal jail ten or twelve years
ago lie quelled a mutiny almost single,
handed and as a reward was pardon-
jod by President Roosevelt. When
(lie Tem-jgtarr.s boy waB born shortly after-
—! wards, he was named for the colonel.
"This is the kind of weather cattle-
men dread to see,” a well-known cattle
man today said- He declared cattle
would suffer greatly , especially if
A New Interpretation:
Jack, tlie three-year-old affection-
ate youngster, while sitting on liis
father's kpee, patting and loving him,
there is a fall in the temperature amljalso gavp him a bite on the cheek
the indications are that the weather; Whereupon his father exclaimed
will grow colder within the next ..Wjjy, Jack, you bit me'”
There are hundreds of cattle run-
ning out on the grazing lands in (his
section- They did not suffer during
the recent cold wave, because feed is
rather plentiful and when ever a
storm develops cattle will always
make their way to lowlands or along
“No, sir, Jacky did not,” replied
“Yes, you did!” said bis father.
“No, I didn’t- I just pinched woo
wif my teef.”
Mrs. J. L. McCabe spent today as
the guest of friends in Wann._
OSAGE COUNTY CONTEST
E. A. Willison, Sheriff-Elect, Has En*
MUST COMPLY WITH DECREE.
Supreme Court Not Satisfied With the
Plan of Union Pacific.
died last night at Stroud, Okla.. where
he owned a farm- Mr. Forney was
an aspirant for United States senator
during the campaign prior to state-
END ONAY WAR
Delaware County Seat Trouble Is Fin-
Creeks In Indignation Meeting Say
They Are Not Being Robbed-
Muskogee, Okia., .Tan. 7.—A meeting
Eufaula, adopted a memorial whi
was sent to tlie Oklahoma delegati
Santa Fe officials were here the
other day during which time they clos-
ed a deal for the building of a switch
to the site of the new elevator, agree-
ing to have it completed by the time
the plant is ready to start One offi-
cial of the company also stated that
work would begin at once in tho ex-
tension of a switch from a point in
the rear of the Oil Well Supply com-
pany’s plant on Third street west a
_____ eouple of hundred feet, which will af-
Fort Smith. Ark., Jan-9—The coup-1 ford better accommodations fora
ty seat war at Jay. Okla-, caused by a j eouple of plants located on West
mob taking possession of the court Third stfeet-
house at Old Jav and holding it for
Developments of an interesting na-
ture are expected to come to light in
Osage county as a result of the injunc-
tion suit brought by Harve Freas,
sheriff of Osage county, who was de-
feated at the recent election- He has
brought an injunction suit against E.
A. Willison, the Republican candidate
elected to the office, restraining him
from taking over the office on Mon-
day. The suit ccmcs up for a hearing
According to Freas’ petition Willi-
son was illegally elected to the office
and he will demand a recount- Freas
was defeated for the office by about
thirty votes Sentiment is about equal-
ly divided in the affair. A mass meet-
ing of citizens who have opposed
Washington, D. C-, Jan. 6.—The su-
preme court today held the plan ad-
vanced by the Union Pacific attorneys
of disposing of the entire stock hold-
ings of the Union Pacific in the South-
ern Pacific by transfer to the stock-
holders of the Union Pacific wouldn’t
so effectually end the Union Pacific
merger as to comply with its dissolu-
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BIG OEILJNJINC LAND
American Zinc Company Gels Option
On All Available Land at Miami.
v Jav, eai
WOULD HFDISTHH T STATE. j
Senator From Pottawatomie County
$100 Reward $100.
Tty nadem of thb pang* wlh be pleawd fo learn Of the Old Jay faction a
the dead lint
the Old Ja
J* 2d STS1 Roth aides shook 1
Catarrh. Hal"» Catarrh Cun- Is the only positive faction DCrmltting the removal
curs dow Known to tbs mniic&t irttwnrty. i si&rm i "
bettuc a oyfltiUtonil requires a constitu-j focor lS to NfW .Tav FO the count
•tonal treatment. Ilaii s catarrh Cure As taAen to- j
email?, acting directly upon the blood and mucous i niipsioners could legally organ!
durtares of the system, thereby deatreyins the ,
foundation of the cfeeaae. and Rhdn* tbe patient j record* Wf-ro then returned
strength by buiWtruj up th* constitution and
TJStn?W dnfrie tt* wurlr Ttr*
rjrtHJHISt I This I* in defiance of the district
lcoim ordi’r 10 rr-fflcvo ,he rcc<*11*
HoM by all Immfet* ?6c. ” I V^xr Tfty. ' - ~
itk liaii f yatiu-y A'ttia tot ~ *“
Oklahoma City, Okla-. Jan-
batch of bills if
districting and r(
v com-1 tionmeiu of the state into c<
te Theisional districts according to the 1
to Old census. His resolution is the first
senate chamber althi
n there are qnitf
a n umbei
The American Lead, Zinc & SmelD
ing company of Joplin has been grant-
ed 3n option on practically every tract
of mining land in the Miami district,
Freas and his policies, has been called j involving about 1,500 acres and at a
at Pawhuska for Monday, when steps j price said to be in the neighborhood
will be taken to block any movement j of $1,500,000.
to keep Willison from accepting the Experts in the employe of the Am-
office- erican company have been inspecting
_ the situation in Miami for several
A woman who was crossing Third I weeks past and it is evident that their
and Johnstone about 8-30 o'clock this report to the company is that zinc
morning walked so carofuly that it ap-!oan be found in paying quantities at
pcared to the observers she must have t Miami and that the field is a large
something to conceal. one. Some very rich properties are
__ included in the tracts involved. The
deal of clamor output of the district in 1912, includ-
‘sa’\ but it come&jing both ivsui zinc,
vbo would like to I double that of
t. . Las $230,00(1 mo
is a go
111. and t
vs a** almost j
NINTH aa4 LOCUST STREETS
Offers tha beat
ties and narrit* *f
kata) fa laiai City a*
Badarnt* priata. Wa
paektliy aoBeit tha patra*
ag* et taa great Sautk-
-Our Rates Ars-
ETTkOFBAN PLAN $1 to $2 PER DAY
(Special rates hr week or month)
Try as next time m the city.
Union Depot, get Off at
Take the Ir.de pec dance Avenue cue at
Ml and Locust and walk one block wroth.
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