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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920
Congressmen After First
Hand Information of
- Conditions in Tribe.
SNYDER IS PEEVED
Inclined to Uulievo That In
dian Needs Supervision in
Ubo of 1 1 in Money.
aiatmrtal rhnnu'w In nmthodn of
handling affmrsi of the Omit? Indiana
ut nxppctrd hy local himtntiaft mr-n
M itmill ft thfl ubcrtnitnltlr of ''
Indian affair commute in hid
I1 n.iKrtnnlty to dlgrxt the maun if
flrflt-liarid Information ti ohlHlnr-l
durlnsr it recent vlaii to Oklahoma.
It wm ehn firm time an irKNnme.
party of romtrennmen hn vlalicd the
"tompInK Rrounda" of Ide I tillu n.i
to conduct n rlpthl InveRtigntlnn- i
lenrn rxncil.v how 'Toor l.o" llvm
nnd how he upend hl nnlly Rnlnod
Whllo the oonnrnnnlonal pnriy tritv
aid throuich nrnrllrnlly eery (Unto
In whlrh ihnre arc Indian rrevrvi
llonii, moat of Itn nttcnilon wn dl
roctftd to Oklahoma, wht-rr- lou.oon of
the 300,000 Indian In Amorli'ii innkc
It la Burmlned that Ihn V lei 1 1 wna
occnaloned irlnclmlly hy aKIiutiori
Rtnrted hy ouhkc ihemaMvca and
tho oil men of ihtH territory roKnrding
an extenelnn of thn prommt govern
ment control period over thn Omitr
and the Ohhbc nation for a period of
2b yaara ofler 1331, when the trim!
Hiitnmarl.i'd hrlefly, tho govern
mont miporvlKOM nil public tritmmr
tlona of tho OaaKen. I.euMia on
OsaKca' o rtnd tiro cold at puhlli
luir.llon at quarterly period each
year. Of the 1, .100, 000 acrcH In the
Oeuiip. notion, npproxlmatoly SOO.000
ncroa are now under loaae for oil,
loavInK 1,000,000 acre yet lo he
There are npproxlnintely I.SO0
ObiKOii living of the orlRlmt!
onlerod on the roll nn auhlecl to nl
lolmenlH and Atiniiltlfn I'or the pe
riod ending .limn, 30. Il.'n. each one
of thoee thanes will have incelved
ahout J17.U0O In cmh. Thli Ik iU
rived from Inuno hiiIph, royalties and
Rrar.InK loanea principally. For the
flacul year Iii'kIiiiiIik July 1, 1 3 1 :.
nnd. ending June 30, 1920, each Osuko
will have received Approximately
$8,00(1, ncrnrdlnir to .1. tleoine
Wright ouperlnle'ndimt of ihe Omro
afrency tit I'uwhuMkn, who testified
beforo the stihcnntmltteo during ItH
liearlns at the OaaKo rapllnl.
Not only are the Oauea the richest
nation of people In the world lit the
rronent time, hut tho future devel-
npmont of tho 1,000,00 neren of po
tential oil land owned hy them meant!
an enormoimly enlorKed Income for
every member of tho trfbo.
There nro nevernl Osaitn families
of alx to elKht memberM. ICach mem
ber, providing ho wan horn hefoie tho
tribal rolls cloied, Hoveral yenrtt arjo.
hare In Ihe annuity payment each
iunrtcr. Kor InManro, thin year, up
to Juno 30, 'a f.imlly of elRht will
Jiave received JJ9.000.
Whllo tho 'hearing In I'mvhu.ikn
.wan In progreM a few dnys ngo, the
nlno congressmen comporting the nub.
commltteo took occasion in iiiccrlnin
an near an powdbln hw t tic average.
osago uponda ills money. They In
quired about the 0nge educational
fil'Btom, and whelhur tho Indiana
lived In c.omforlablo homes. They
found that tho eilucatlnn.il Hyxlom
is splendid, ami that mcmbere of tho
trlbo llvo In coinfoilabln homrn. .
Hut they found that the Individual
.OsageB had no regard for tho valuo
of money that they had no con
ception or tnrirt or economy and
that they had little uno for an .iin
Hpont dollar which might have been
overlooked In their pockets.
Tho congreHsmen ww tho numer
ous attractively-painted and high
powered automobiles driven around
tho ntreets or rawnuska by full
bloods, or, In some cases, by whllo
private chauffeurs who were given
excellent wages. They found that
tho full-bloods, doluclant to adopt
tho formal clothing of tho white
man, paid large union for gaudy
blankets, elUskln moccasins, and
shiny beadB or earrings. "
Wllnewdng ihese mgns of extrava
Kance, tho eubcommltlee began to
wonder If the Osngea' money Is not
coining ton easily nnd In chunks too
large in encourage thrift. During
tho heading It was asked "of Mr.
Wright it he did not hollevu tho
Osagcs would bo betler off If the
government paid J200 a mouth, or
$(!00 a qunrter, and Invested the re
mainder of tho annuity undor upor
viston, than to deal out $-.000 each
"I havo always advocated a
change In tho payment system."
Wright declared. "Tho Osagcs hnvo
no more conception of the value of
money than a four-year-old child
They should be given say, $200 or o
a month. Any Rums greater than
that should be given to them under
supervision. The remainder of their
money should bo Invested In cattlo
which can gra.o ort their grassy
landH. Then, they xhonld ho forced
to sco thnt thoso rattle aro cured
Apparently tho congressmen nro
convtneed that n change la needed
In tho method of payment. They
are trying to work out, a solution
thnt will allow the Osagcs to llvo
comfortably, and yet dlscourngo the
era of extravagance which appears
to havo struck the tribal mcmbors n
more forceful blow than It has tho
white population of America, which
Is Just now ncciihed of running Into
an "orgy of extravagance.
The Osagcs, ns u Irlbe, look upon
money only as a means of gratifying
their delros for plnaimro. They do
not want to havo1 any money left
from a former payment when ttmo
tomes for a new payment.
The Osagcs themselves appear to
be unanimously In favor of tho gov
ernment .trust period. Tho reason la
not apparent unless It be that they
Intend to co-operato closely. to
share and share allko In their wealth
ns long ns tho tribe Is In existence
Cessation of government control '
, would automatically return complete
-control to the usage, p.nch one holds
a homestead and allotmoiit comprls
lng approximately G50 acres. If
' IJnolo Sam should dlschnrgo his
wards In 1931 each member of the
' tribe would bo freo to do with his
land as ho taw fit. Tho allotment
tinder which there nro now or .-night
be, vast quantities of oil, would pro
vide Incomeionly to the allottee w'ho
owned Jt. Tho land under which no
oil was XouiU would return an lu-
S S I . . . . . .
VA (ClWIiV ME.
como only from tho surface
grazing fir timber production
ThW Is the reason oil oporators
nre anxious for u con'lnilunn if
government control, and the rctison
agitation Is being started II years
before the trust period expires, 11 ,
frequently lequires several yc.irs In
which to fully develop a lease, es
pecially so under present condition 1
when the casing and material mar-;
ket Is In such a chaotic, condition. 1
Operatots contend thai It would1
he financial suicide for them to pay I
enormous price for lease now
prlcen that may rcncn iiun.uuu
when they are not certain that. they
could obtain sufficient oil from Ihe
liiaso before Hie trust period ends to
mako It a paying liiveHtmcnt. The
henllate to buy leases knowing thai
cessation of government oontrol
would moan Individual control for
tho OsngcM and that their lews
would bo automatically revoked, .
II would then bo necessary fori
them to deal with the owner of the
allotment on which their develop
ment wnH In progress. Their Invent
ment there might bo a million dol
lars. Yet If tho allotteo was minded,
he could glvo a lease on the same
property to mime other oil company
which was willing to pay a higher
figure for II, or oleo announce an ex
orbitant figure which would havo to
bo paid hy the company already of
orating there f It could not afford
to Inso Its Investment.
Opponents of Ihe extension c.Ulm
that If the extension Is granted, It
will prevent tho adding of Improve.
iiiontH by those whllo persons who
havo bought nllotmentH of Otnigci
whose restriction hnve been te
moved. Kven though they own thse
nllotmentH minus hnmeatcul whli -i .
cannot bo sold by the Osagcs the
oil rights remain In posHesion if 1
the tribe, and will remain mo until
.-..-I.. ti . ... ... nv.iri'l.A 1llt IH
I Ill'M' O.llll I l-UiU'n ... v J -
dle.llnn over tho Osagcs. 1
Congressman llomnr 1. Snyder of j
Now York, chairman of the sub
committee, was extremely vitriolic
during the examlnallnil of Superlu
tendent Wright at Pawhuska, when
im loiiropil ihal resolutions hail v -o
adopted by Ihe Osage tribal colinM! '
denouncing everyone who wan )
posed to tho extension, and asking
thnt all trlb.il funds be removed
from bnnkit the offlcerM of whbh
might be opposed to tho extension
Tho resolution, which were hdopt
ed Januarv 22 of this year, also fa
vored the removal of gunrdl.n.H wno
were not In accord wllh tribal view
oil Ihe trust period.
A copv of Ihe resolution, together
with a liitler hy Mr. Wright, was Hint
lo all bnnkn and guardian in the
state, nnd it was 'iskeil point-blank
If those bank or guardians veio
taking nn active part .ig.ilnst Iho ex.
Thoso resolution nnd Wright's,
letter aroused tho Ire of banks alio
guardians. Kven thoso who favored
tho extension were angry because of
tho tono of tho mcstiage, which tnoy
regarded nH nn effort to compel s in.
mission to tho will of tho Ohk
council. Sovornl wrote to Wright
nnd adopted a condemning tone
nut Snyder went even farther. To
Wright, wlio was on tho witness
1 i.n u,.lrl.
Thbi l the worBt piece of ut-
. nnr,.lnn 1 nvcr hc.ird Of. It
A rn. . aoc 5UYS AFTER I
y7Zr7yY777 ( r' a 5o bahhrupt ooHT Pot y
'vyyyW'vWys r-, nE 0LD MAM a,,t- I it in your.
I fiA A IIS Ac uic rtiUKj "II WAV wiuu i I
i. nii.i nn-Amerlcan. I havnLn... o llirhllv faor tho pannage
nover seen' 11 equal In all my Hf.
I am Hiirprlseit mat sucn inrcpm
should bo sent out over tho stgna-
tmw of ilia Osaco council nnd
yoursolf. It I bad not come down
horo with an open minn vnicn 1
want to keep open it pcxwiinu 1
would already bo oppoeed to the ex
tension simply because of this letter
and thoeio resolutions."
Wright ilotilared tho letter was
not written nt his suggestion, but nt
tho request, or order of "higher
ups." Thono In touch with the
Oeiage. situation Intimated that tho
"higher tips" was mostly Cato Sells,
cummlwdoner of Indian affairs.
rromiilont oil producers, who
usually attend tho salen of Oago
leases at 1'awhuska nro showing ro
luctanco to onter bidding competi
tion. They any they will havo llttln
mnrn to llo With OBIIgO Oil leaSO
! tales until thoy havo learned whether
the government la to pns tno trusi
jiorlod bill, which was introduced by
Congreertninii K H. Howard of Okla
homa nnd which Is now ponding.
mi. if j-ktm tit 1 lltlrtnii fwl
.' .i, m, Ht0n of tha
; ' -0.,nty courthouso. where the
, j . . .nH .eld ,iurlg tho lnvestl
rraiion. is exnrcssed In tho following
Bimple. brief Unit pointed conversa
tion with a newspaperman:
"How would you like to get J200
a month nnd Jinvii tho rent of your
pnymont put Into cnttlo or hogs?"
Two minutes of rihallow study
"Don t sou think you could live
cimforabb on 'wo hundred ft
month? Wouldn't you like- to lay up
Tell mr. hamK
You've Got A
f3oiN' To GET
vr ouTA These
J watch yourself
' r l l MR. HAHW. You'll- "N
Indian Girl Will Sing Title Role
in First Indian Grand Opera
'IVIaiilua at tho piano,
To TsUmlnn. ('beckee (Vt en lo mi Vr nan 'he honor of being the
first Indian prima ilmn i ' mi ; in h m i Indian grandipcra pro
duced. Charles Wakefield Oadinnn miincsi r .of the npera, discovered
Tslnnlna and drew his inspiration fur lui w. ik from lui. She recently re
turned from overseas, where 8 he entert lined Hi. s.. Idlers during and after
the war. Tho opera win accepted lust year bv tho Metropolitan C.rand
Opera company and will bo pioduced nexi t,e.i.son.
something Mr the day when thcoo
payments might stop?
"Nope If I got money comln , i
"Aml'r'oor I.O resumed his business
of staring Into space, toward tho pic
turesque O.sago hills, where hm u -lotment
Is, but where his heart is
""J: ... ,,, fnr nmi those ngaliwt
nronosod extension of control
I, . . .1.-. ii.u upvnmnnl
aro cotitnieni moi
wltl ,1)0 miccessful. Hill o far me
,rn.nt oT OXIirCSSOlt KCIltlmCnt
Lf tho extension bill which will mean
continued govcrnnn-iii ,'
tj Oago nntlon until Urii..
i,m,i,i wtntlstlcs. gathered re-
.pntiv , Hhow the following 'as 1 pertains
tn ,), o.ige Jiuu.ins mo
Tho Osage nation embraces ap
proximately I.BOO.Onn acrert of ltnd.
approximately one-fourth of tyhlcb Is
tillable, and tho remainder of which
to grnrlng Innd. Tlioro is not nn acre
of wnsto land In tho entlro terrl-
'At Hie lime of allotment there
were 2,229 enrolled Oago Indians,
classified as follows:
t.i lliloods. KM: inixeu oiooua
I 322; ndopted members of no Owisio'who served as chairman of tho
blood', 2fi; nllotted for llfo nnnulty "mcond conM'ntion" comprised
only. 1. ninthly of negores who quit the
Of tho S81 cltifslfled nt fulHiloods. rpKUlar organisation boenuso num
335 have died slncesillotment, or ap- erous negroc were not given scats
proxlmntoly 4uper ceni tnerenr, ien-
! ..-...-... i. . I . . i ill'
lng Mo HVinK lillllili'iiu vina;i-i. . i
of -whom nro now more than 60 years
old, nnd C7 of whom aro more than
40 yearn old.
nf tho 1.322 classed as mixed
bloods, tho quantum of blood Is ap
proximately as fouowH:
Half bloods, mostly children, 39.
fourth bloods, 82; eighth bloods or
All of tho remainder aro ono-sl.v
tecnth 'blood or less.
At the time of allotment there were
'only flvo or nix fullblood Indiana
marrlea to w-iiite pcrhons ai prcs
ont there nre 9fi fullblood.t married Wilson nnd the .hairmnn of the
to whites. Of tho fi'.'7 mixed blood senate utnnuttco i n foreign rrla
famllles now 'iving there are fiDfi t- -i.- - fttnn r f ltv rciolution
citBeti in "W Inch either tho husband ,aiia & a lutl topics bj mull,
ALONG AHtj PUT
THAT MONEY (tf
l i l.' Girl.,
or tho wlfo Is while. Thflro aro only
31 families of mixud bloods In which
ibolh himband and wife are mombers
of the Oangu trlbo.
There are 19 estatrw of deceased
fullblooilH which go In whole or In
tiart to while nerHons. Of tho do-
ceased mixed. bloods HO out of the
HU cotnttw, either In whole or in
part, go to white persons.
More I lilt n SfiO white persons par
ticipate in the benefit of these es
tntrm by virtue of Intermarmge le
tween white and members of tne
v 1 ' "
BOLTERS TO GO TO CHICAGE
Tetim neh'giHlou Will Ilepnrt I"rl
il.ij Night to ApiH'arnt Contest.
TOUT WORTH, Tex.. May Jfi -Texas
republican delegates to the
national copventlon nl flhlcogo, who
bolted tho regular statu republican
convention at Sin Antonio yesterday
will leave Friday night for Chlcnrf' . ,
where they will contiurt the seating i
of delineate named by the regulars.
This announcement wan made here
today by V. M Wright of Fort Worth
i,i the ntnto convention. Tho con'
testing delegation, Mr. Wright says,
will go unlnstructed nnd will pot
vote us a unit. It Is headed by K II
R. flreen of Dallas, son of tho lato
Hetty 'Green of New York.
Manilalo Is I'miin il.
PKS MOlMvS. Iowa, May 2G. A
resolution faorlng acceptance of n
mandate over Armenia by the I'nlted
tales was pnsned today by the Meth
odlbt Kplscopnl general conference
Instructions wore given ffflirrs of
the onference to tck graph President
AKD Old HAHW
is tfosr as
his chips J
,-Tbo BAD HQ
EASY Go t
TEXTILE MILLS REDUCING
OpvralloiVi rc Sliding Down lis lln-
Milt of ancclllng of Onler
N1.W VOllK, May 26. Hankers
md commission agent In the whole
-.He dry goods dlflrtct today con
firmed reports of further rcduc
ilons of operations In the textile In
diistry, the silk trade being most af
fected. Cancellation of orders continue In
heavy volume, it Is said. Loan to
ni mufacturers hero nnd In New
l.i Ik-land show steady contraction It
Is said that banks In this countiy are
m i directly concerned In tho flnan
ti.il collnpso reported from Japan,
most advances against Imports from
Mi" 01 lent having been cleaned up
Financial position of American
.-ilk and cotton manufacturcls Is
Is ml lo b strong for the most part
! .....1 . 1 . 1. . 1 .. . , 1
,m, mi. iv lit in uci'll ) llliyiTIK 111
iiomeuc siik at greatly reduced
priccM by retailers who feature theo
wares in putting on wales.
cliargix Snale Coinmlttw Is Using
Steam Holler m Hint.
WASHINGTON. May 26.- Declar
Ing that a "steam roller" wnn being
used on him, Secretary Daniels told
tne senate naval Investigating com
iiiitlee today that ho would appeal
to the full committee If Chairman
nam insisted In putting Into the re
cord "an unfair nnd unfounded"
statement as to conditions of Am
ertenn wnrnhipji when the war be
gan Hefore tho secretary's nnnoun
cement. Senator I'lttman, democrat
of Nevada, warped Chairman Halo
that he would protest on tho senate
noor against Ihe character of ones
Hon which tho chairman was asking
! UimiIcm Sugar Charco.
XKW VOllK. Mav 26 - -T-hariro.
that tho American Sugar Refining
company Is demanding excessive
prices, made yestorday by federal
agents In connection, with the arrest
tn Hosion of v. K . (.reen. Its gen
ernl manager, were denied here to
day by Karl D. Babst, president of
Stanley C. Ed mister
601-2 Kennedy Building
rhopes Offlco 1391. Itcsldenco 4133
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
717 SOt'TII CIIHYKNNB
children Cared for During Working
or Shopping Hours.
SKKKATZ AND O. MOOIIK
1L A. llrcckcnrldgo Ico Dnnlol
Clrns. 1U Unstick
Breckinridge, Bostick &
ftichnficn National Ilnnk nolMlnt-
I'lione Owigo 700 Tulsa, Okln.
Dr. John Lee
Diseases of Women
South Main St.
33 Ilnblnson Ilutldlng
l'hono Osngo 088
i, 10 Weat Third Street W
OF GIRL- ILLEGAL
Thirtccn-Year-0 1 cl Bride
Held at Sapulpa by
RpM'lal to The World.
SAI'l'Iil'A, May 2fl. - Mrs. Mabel
Hnsaett county humane sgenl, lat"
this evening wired the marriage li
cense cleik at Oklahoma City to
bain definitely whether 11 llcne
was Issued about two weeks ago tot
Willie Williams of cat Tulsa and 1
My Umli of Sapulpa. Thp girl iom
Mrs. lliisii'lt Hatiirdny. after being
,lniln..,l llul uhon llm nuirri.
.......,, ., .......
age took place her parents usertc! (
she wan 1H yeais old.'
Mrs. Bnssctt enmtnun cnlcd with
the girl's parents, who live nnyir Miv
IxkiiI. nnd the girl's mo. her ndmll-
ed lo Mrs. IVifsi-lt that the girl was
under age. Sin said she did Ijot
know of a state ,w forbldlng chil
dren under lfi yeors of age to marry,
gardlesi of parental consent, Mrs.
IHSett said later.
Meantlmi no information has nenn
worn against Wlllhims. who Is nl-
egr.d to have deserted the 13-year-
old girl lfe here, and to be the
same "Williams' wno uescried n
wife and two small children near
brri ihsI Novemhtr. It Is pt nimble
that a warrant will he lsMied for
William tomorrow. Mrs. Ilnsnetl
NOTED SPEAKER IS HERE
I'ri'-ldcnl I. S. ilunlor Chamber of
Coiimvcrtv Will Make .ililn.
Ilenrv fiolsfenbtiT of St I.ouis,
president of the I'nlted States Junior
chamber of commerce, will be tho
guest of the directors of the Tulsa
Junior chamber, of commerce nt the
Kennedy restatirnnt at noon today
and will speak this evening fit tho
mooilng of the Junior organization In
the municipal auditorium.
Mr. (iilsscnbler Is In Tulsa In tho
Interest of the I'nlted States Junior
chamber of commerce and will ex
plain to the organization directors
tome of the plans of the national or
ganization. He has Just returned
from the national convention of the
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
No. 71 meela .vnrv
Thuriday. Nejt in a e II n it
ThUMday Hay 27 Work In 1.
a. nenrea rmnmenrin at 2
yp. m Vlsllora welcome.
JOHN A. WAI.ICIJn. V. M.
J I' MONFOHT, bee.
DEt-TA LODOK til will "hold anec'lal
lo.r.muni -ailon Tufeday, June
i oit in i i 11'1,-ren. com-
Atnen' inc ui 2 .10 i. ui viu-
ora lontlolly Invlteil. Maaonlc
11 r Kaufman, W. M.
Arthur llaker. Secretary.
fCTHOLKUM I.01WB' SO. Ill mttl
every Krlilav eeof mii'nnA
Next communlc.iilnn Krldav,
May romtnenclni; 3 p. in
Work In K. C. ileureo and e.
ainlnmlon n. A. Vlaltlnir JU.
M II. FI.B.NIIiill. w. M.
11 ti. IIANNA. Secretary.
IULSA C1IAPTKK. O. K. s.. meetl tint
i'"i iiuru .euneiiuay or the
v month at.. Maaonlc hall, flral
a meellnir, hunlnesa. veconil,
Initiation and eoelil Stan cluh
meeu aecond and fourth
Wednesday at : 20 n. m. Ma-
Mlta. TEMI'Ii: TRNNANT.
MRS EMMA KAST.Jyo
TUIA CIIAPTKn No ti. Ii. A M maeti
lirai ana inirn Jionday or each
month. Next meeting Satur.
day. May 13. Work In the meat
n t: NKwiiot'SK, ii p
M A. SNYDKIi, Secretary
TIUNITY COMMANDKKY No 20 mull
i.econa and rourth Sfjnday.
Work In Order of the Temple,
May 22, 1 p. m Dinner nt 6.
FTl ANKPnAM A nJ Hecorder
AKDAil TKMPLK, A. A. O N M. S. Next
regular meeting Friday, May
H, HVi .South Main Phone
213 Ceremonial May Jt
SAMUHI. It 1JVK. I'olentata
11. M U'Kl.LlVDIt. Hecordir
AinortA L'iDOE no u. i. o o r.
Neat meellnir May ; i p,
in .illiiua I.mue No. (01 will
confer tlio Third Degree. lie
freahmanu. Vliltora welcome
at all meeilnca.
J J Alllfliin M r.
TULSA L-'.1 .I'OUNUSTONl-:: .See.
-.. ill-H t,. ;-f ZiQ, SJ, I. o
i foi.rln rrZZ1", "''
D'1?1!:. I;a" feennii Illi
Kin june ii, is-i) ninner
6. JO. Degree ork s n m
TULSA nKDUKAU NO JS, I. O O K
j meeta eeconil and fourth Krl-
Ka.'t 8SePco,: K' h'"' lS
TUIJ5A CANTON NO. is. I o O. K. meet.
rlrat and third Friday I
P m, Munlelana' hall, list.
TULSA CAlll'No. 6H7 M. W of A alHI
W-XJV .'OCAHONTAH CAMP No. J70I
r.. or A. meeta eiery Tuea
? ,'ihjht at K. of P. hall. 11
I.ait Second atreel. Vlattora
It. K Medina, Coneul.
Mn.A a1,i,.S,enn0.,y,,, nfk-
Mr. I. J. Wrlrhi:0"' "CK
nll.VKll 1'l.liJIE LODllti 1:, . .
. i- Tnurlay nlirhl
,- nnii, i.nei rieennil
Net meetlnu May 27. visit
lng Itnlgbta urged to attend.
ll I. SANDKIIS K ft A R I
BA11A OnOTTO NO. (t MEKTr) nn.1T
raiuruay in eacn month
at Masnnlo Hall
minlal May 31
M A Snyder. Monarch.
II. O. Oreen, Secretary,
Thousands of women always have
a box of DIt. TUTT'S LI VEH PILLS
In Ihe house. At the first sign of
any Inegularlty a timely dose Ii
taken. Those who use Ultra rec
ommend them. Hence, their s ac
cess for ovrr halt a century. FOR
CONSTIPATION THEY HAVE NO
.eftW.loum. . ebstieal. etawneaJ la)
United Slates chamber of commerce
at Atlantalo City and hla remarks
this evening will Include a brief re
port of this convention. The mnyor
and city commissioners, Clarence H.
Douglas, managing director of tho
senior thambor of commerce; It. At.
McFarhn and other prominent men
havo been Invited lo the luncheon
this noon lo meet Mr. Oelssenbler.
The junior chamber of commerce
has been 'making rapid progiess dur
ing the past few weeks and during
the pant weok alone about 40 new
members were secured.
OKLAHOMA P1TV, May 26 Kor
I ho loss of his one nnd only eye, ('.
II. tlrnvford. formerly nn omnlovo
of fl ,mcking company here, was
,von r.on,))t,sallon of $10 n week
f ,of) .....!,. 1,.. th Rla(P industrial
,, vfor( ioftl nls
' , ;.i,., iu. iiv mi
'"- ' '
I, u nllihP .!.. ?7 VrtnfM ntfll.
Rates and Iinformation
I i$r per wonl per time.
Seven Inaertlona for the price of elx.
Minimum apace 13 worda.
lo per word per day when eopr rum
one month without chanue
Minimum amount accepted ?5r.
AM. flfAHIIK WANT ADS are due
and payaMe the eame day flrat Ineer
turn of ad appear. cAII out-of-town
want ada and all wanted to rent, all
uatlnne vrunted, wearing apparel anil
houaehold Kooda ada ara poaltlvely
i aeh In advance )
TKI.IJPHONB WANT ADR are
rharpeil at the eama rata aa caah ada
and colic tmna will he made at you'
home or office aa anon after flrat ln
aer'mn aa pcaaible. thla la an accom
modation acrvKe and payments ahould
oe initde promptly when hill la pre
eented Aiwaya aak your telephone ad
to he repeated hack tn you hy tha
telephone ad taker tn make eure that
It haa heen mrrectly taken The world
innoi arrdmt responalhlllty for errora
of any kind occurring In telephone
Under no clreiimrtanee are a. re
ponlble for errora In any advetlee.
ment unle.a reported Immeoatelv
after firm Inierilon No reduction In
rot of an al will be made uuleaa arror
daatroya value of ad.
Aak for Want Ail Department.
IN TUB DISTnlCT COUHT KOIl TULSA
W. n. McKee, Plaintiff, . C. II. Zahn.
Defendant Nn. 11(10.
To C. 13. Zahn. non-realdent defendant
Ynu are hereby notified that on the
lllh day of May. 102P, W R. McKee
filed nil petition acalnat you In the above
entllle-1 laiiae in the dlatrlct court of
Tulea county. Oklahoma. The object nnd
prayer of which Is to cancel and at aalde
a certain contract to convey tn you
the eaet ' half of lota Tour and Five
nnd the north twenty feet of
lot Klx in ItlocW Knur In Drw addl
imn tn the city of Tulaa, Oklahoma, In
Tulaa county, Oklahoma, and tn remove
a cloud from the title thereto anil quiet
the Mile of the plaintiff In and to eald
You aro requested lo anawer said peti
tion on of hefore the lat day of July.
1520. or aald petition will he taken aa
true, and Judgment rendered accordingly.
W. It. M'KKl"..
JOHN D. POIlTKIt,
(SKAId Court Clerk.
okiiai.d k. o'nnir.N,
Deputy Court Clerk.
A. A. HATCH, Attorney for Plaintiff.
' NOTICE OP SALE! OP RKAt. HSTATn
In the matter of guardian of Tyannee
Oraa. an lncomp-tent.
Notice la herehy clven In riirauar.ee
of an order of the county ronrt of the
rounly of Delaware, atate of Oklahoma,
made nn the 11th day of May, 1330, the
iind-naluned Kuarctlan of the eatate of
Tyannee nraaa. an incompetent, win een
at private aalo tr tho IllKheat bidder.
aubjret to confirmation hy aald court on
or alter tne into nay ni jimp, . i.
H50 hi 10 o'rlock m . nt countv court
room. Jay. Okla., all the rlKht. tltlw-nd
Interest' of eald Tyanne Clraea. an In
competent. In and to the foliowlnc de.
arrlhcd real eaute situate In Tulaa county,
tale of nkl.ihotna. to-wtt-
The N2 of BW'I of Section 11, Town
ahip 30 North, llanae 13 Ilaat.
Said real eetate lll be aold nn the
foilnulnic terma and conditions, tn-wlt
I"or caeh. auhJect to confirmation of e.ile
hy the court, nida for the purchaae
thereof miiat be In wrltlnc and must lie
filed In the county court nr delivered
to tne underalirneil at jueeiey, uaiannma,
or to. r P. Ull. hla attorney, .at Tahle
nKN 1. SMITH. Ouardlan.
, , L
voTin: to Tin: Pt'ni.ic.
Nollce la hereby irlvn to the public
that the underelKned members of the co
partnership dnlni; bualneea ae the O. It.
Shlenney Slcn ferlce will not aland re-
apnnalble for any obltiratlnna contracted
by auch partnership after May JJ. ia:o
v. i criAWFoiin.
I.. A. HUltST.
LOST AND I'OU.sn
KOllND A PI.ACi: TO 8AVK KHOM 60
PBn CP.NT TO 75 PKIt CKNT ON AUTO
PAHTS. PHONW OSAOK 7661 KOH IN-
LOST-llr"ooch. aeparato diamond, pearls,
vaule, keepsake, liberal reward. Phone
Osage 111 71
LADY'S black straw hat, pink lining, lost
off Hand Sprlnga car between Home
Harden and Lakn Statloaw. Howard. Oaage
MM 1344 K. J;'lritHt.
i.KTTKIl watch fob w"lthK. T. and 33d
degree Maaonlc charm on Nhrlnere day
nn street or hotel lobby. Upward. Phone
HTItAVlfn Oil" NTOl.KN from car at cor
ner of lloulder and Third, tan and white
Kji gllsh b uJJ d og. reward Call Osage Sil3,
Lost- Oreen gold brooch, set with dia
monds and pearls, one pearl mtsalng;
on 3rd Ht . between Hosion and Midland
Valjev lf found call Osage 5900
IJST Sunday night, genlleman'a gold
watch with short chain between Utlca
and nwaeeo Phone Osage 361
LO.ST A black leather pocketbook "con-
talnlng bar pin, keys and small change.
T'nider pleaao return tn 705 Clinton Pldg.
! LOST i'alr nose glarses first hill going
east of Col. Kuppea. Call Osage 3133. He
lost Platinum bar pin set with dla
. n.AH..- li,a-ul ...... ..i t. irn i . .. tn.,.
monda. liberal reward. 63d Unity Hide.
Phone Oaage 1616,
STHAVP.D OH STOLHN Airedale pun 3
months old. answers to name of Hellyt
1 llbeial reward for recovery. Osage 6513,
t 1005 H Detroit.
rritixv j;i:ks(nal s
WhST M AIN" maternlly eanllarlum. for
the care nnd protection of young women,
ratea reasonable, bahlea adopted, 1547
Vs Main. Dr M II. Newman, Medical
Director 307 Colconl 11Mb . Oklahoma
I-'AUIMOINT Maternity Hospital for
confinement! private, prices reasonable;
may work for board, babies adopted.
Write for booklet. Mrs T II Long,
1)11 K. Twenty-soventh St.. Kansas City,
CAN't'HKH sores, tumors, wene. goitre.
piles, fistula. Write tor testimonials.
Hox 44. Troup, Teia
ANVONK knowing tho whereaboula of P.
O Dawson, formerly customs, Petrolla,
Ontario. Canada, kindly communicate with
Hox 015 V World, to hla Interest
"AUlbMOIIM.l'.h POH hAl.ri"
Al'TOMOlllLfcS M'ANTUO FOR CASH
I wd buy 35 cara, Dodges, llulcks, Hup.
mobiles and Oakland! preferred, other
innkea will be considered, will pay cash
If price Is right. Address 309 K .Second.
Phone Cedar III
roil 8A1.K 1919
'ord roadater almost I
haa original tires, for quick salej
I l ee it at W R, Pi kerlng's Lumbar
Co. first sal UUllaoa Mi rtUroid,
AiiroMoini.r.w lint h.vi.r.
DO DOH IIOADSTKR
Dnivi condition, turic.iin (or cath Ottti
KOIt HAI.K hy ownr. on Htion i lour
ItiK C4r on very cany termt PDone lun
Rdllfl'Pfl.llOOfjl r:o""rno.ffl, inVii only
Ihrea months, tooil I'.ilihnr. mrchanlmiiy
T'rt!ti will lr.t burgaln. H00 ch.
Iialnncn mnnthlyJJJk'e JHI
JA(.'Kf(6Nro(1tT "for "iuli) "JJ50N lllo M
Inlril Phnn ldr i
Poit8Al.r I9M Ird'tourlnit jHS,
for Anlhony PKVS?'-8 ,0' s '''1i!r.
1'f.m HAI.'n One Toril'toailnVr .1 . n
lltlon, on lie tecu at .IK SI. Xunlhua.
rhp for ii
'roffS AM;-flood 191T tiodife oaditer
new tlfffl. f.vdar 3 1 10(1 K fccronrl
ntANKl.lf( ioa(mr. nfarly now cm
'.!"? In b'".t wof condition L mechanically.
rrconn n. rnr jo.
roil 8AI.B Ford delivery car, cheap for
rath 407 s. Poulder. Oaage :S7j
KOI I HAI.f! One Illi' 1'or'if" roadaler
Oaace 777. '
DoS'T KoiltlKT the auction sale of iT.
tnmohllea, tlrra and tunes on Vedne
day, promptly at : o'cloea, K. 8. Martin.
NKW 1920 Kord aedan ata bartaln. Call
at 1631 IS. Jefteraon, evening
KOUD touring for aale.
Call at 07 r.
Your car la next Why not aave men
and hav your car repaired at home in
your own garage hy a mechanic who can
produce written rredentlala? All wrk
guaranteed Cedar 1S Call Our. 371 1 R.
after a p m
Curtis Oriole, 150 hors powrr, only
flown 7 hours. No reasonable offer
GOOD USED CARS
Packard 2-25 touring
Cole 131 a t-even passenger
Colo 1919. four passenger
Mitchell 1317, flvo pa.ucnger
liulck 1918 five passenger.
TULSA MOTOR CAR CO.
1225 South Main Street
Plerce-Arrow Cole Aero Eight
KOIl' 8ALB Stuu roadaler.
Morrleon. Unity nidg.
See W J
KOH HA1.K llaby (Irand Chevrolet, to r"
cent caah. halancn terma. lniulre of
owner. 6 E laL
PUUIlLr.Ha 7-paaeenuer touring for aale
hy owner: will Blvo demonstration to
anyone Integrated, Osane 3J.
FOlt HAI.B Saxon roadater; I Rood tlrea
good condition, isou. terms. vi r.
IIUIC'K light Sli. fine condition. I good
cord tires, with tilts Oldfleld fabric
mounted on rimi never neon on car; rjir."i
right for quirk ensh sale.
HUDSON 6-0 roadster, i good Urea, eai-y
Payments. Cedar ill
iSUVr.N-PAHSKNlHlK Hudson, In A-l con-
dltlon. good tlrea and paint Price tllSO
Chamberlain A Curllas. Motor motor sal-a.
702 S. Main. Osage 4C17
KOIl SAI.I1 151 Pnrrt roadsteri good
condition. Hauler shook absorber and
new eaalngs, alao Job paying Hil momh
for five hours each evening goea with tho
cr Jioo. inquire Stlllman, Itnom lots 1--
' n. nk Hide.
1919 MODKU 5-paeeenger- Pord car for
sale. In eicellent condition, eo owner
at 616 a. Main Ht,
n. ,i,li,h,- olg Mx Paige car; Iatet
1117 model. 7 passenger, unusually pow
erful motor and four good casings. Phone
Crilaa, 13 M
Automobile and truck owners.
Ton can get parts for most any and M
makes of auloa and trucks at nne-ha f
prlco and lesa at th Auto tlrokerage Co
111 8. Cincinnati Phono Osage 763
AM CAI.l.KU away to England and must
soil at great sacrifice Chandler Chummy
roadster.whlch I bought only two momh
ago And which ha all extra eo.uipmen'.
spot lights, complete tools and to spa'a
tires, also now Plreatcne tire, will accept
I7S0, which price Includes full tnsuran
If sold today. l'hono Cedar 1(65. may g
ONI! POn"r)roailster Phonc Osage 7111.
ON if KOnt) touring carT'lOlS model 4.1
N. Main. rhone Osage 7IH.
AUTO WANTKD 100 cara fur wrecking,
any make, ring gears and pinions, axl-a,
bulbs and acceeaortea and used parta for
cars; send ua that mall order. Auto Sal
vage, 214 n. Second Ht.
l'Olt 8Al.l-3 Pord chasslses. Ilulck MgM
Six, Auto Salvage, 315 K Second St
port SALK Late 191 Hudson Super o.i,
se en-passenger, fully equipped, Insura
best bargain thla aide of factory, mlsprlsl
In former ad Thompson, Osage S3S6. Pl.t
terma If dealred No Interest
nu' a new STUDEBAKER on th
convenient payment plan. Let us
MOTOR COMPANY '
Seventh and Boulder
405 South Frankfort
See Our Used Cars .
Before You. Buy
Buick Light. G, 5-pass. $ ,600
Chalmers 5-pass $ 000
Mitchell 5-pass $ 850
Mitchell 5-pass $ 750
Jeffrey 7-pass $ 850
Chalmers 7-pass $ 700
Overland 2-pass $ 450
Mitchell 2-pass $1,700
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL
9 P. M.
Geo. M. Sutton Motor
First and Denver Sts.
Office, Osage 107
Sales, Cedar 1195
KOH SALB Used Studebaner pans
tivo complete ttoclc ISO Admlru-