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PAYNE IN FAVOR OF
Thinks Time Not Ripe for
.UNJUST TO INDIANS
Scheme to Terminate Trust
Period Means Victimizing
Reds Millions of Dollars.
i. UAKCOM N. TIMMONS.
u-aKIIINOTO.N'. Dec. 6. An cml
lo tho policy of foo patents to In
dians for their land ami nn exten
sion of tho 0aK trust porloJ, were
ha two uutslanuing muures nn re
,r.u Oklahoma In tho annual ro
rort of Secretary of tho Interior
John lurtmi I'ayno In his iinmic.1
rrpcrt ii.uniinltteil to tlto president
Of C' K'W loilil,
ti"...in until lie does not believe.
lhi Indian had udvnncod far enough
In commercial bunlnci methods to
allow him u rreo hand In Ills prop-
(tty, An to OaaBi! trunt period he
dtlrnl that IndlatiH In tho Onso
t,a,l mud thulr land too cheap .uid
were the foe-ownem allowed to take
full possession of It In 1931 tnu
OnaKcs would Im victimized to the
filciu. or millions! or uoimrw.
ri, nnllev of Issulnft fen pat
m. in Indians for their lands and
thus placing them In a position to
' .i i. in i, iv Iniliriiipnt. frauirht
jgu i3i -- , ...
with th" Bravest danger land will
in.Hi.nMv tmutierlzu thousand!!."
I'ayno said, "livery Indian family
hould own a hows. Tins is esscn
ihi'ir ultlmato Independence,
fntll the Indians aro educated and
by I'liitf c.xperlencu become, accus
tomed to tho business methods of
the whites they will not bo In a
position to deal with the wnltea on
rtn term. Tho experience, of this
department Is full of evidence mat
ih Indians nn; likely to speedily
los their lanH by selling thorn for
& wholly Inadequate, consideration
then Improvldently spending the
'To place nil Indians on o. plane
tnwlnnitM emialltV With tllO WhltCH
Mil take generations, and thosP
good peoplo who by legislation or
other artlliciai menus iceit iu un
t.iiv hnipn this tiorlod and thrust
tho responsibility upon tho Indian
,f .loallni: with tho white, man be
fore he Is able to do so are doing
the Indian a serious Injur)'. This is
no reflection upon tho capacity of
tho Indian as Ruch; but It takes
........ I l.ntH.
time lor any nio ui iivwini.-, w -tver
etrons intellectually, to know.
understand and appreciate commer
rial huslness me vods. Thcro are
exceptions, but not enough on which
to rest a legislative program."
In recommending an extension of
the Osago trust period, secretary
"Under tho act of Juno 28, 190G,
the land on tho Osage. Indian reser
vation, ntrirreiratlnir 1.465.000 acres,
was alloted to enrolled members of
the tribe except some zo.ouo acres
for railroads, town sites, etc. and
all minerals under the lands re
ferved to the trlbo for a period of
!H years, after which unless tno
trust nerlod was extended by con
gross tho minerals became the
property of the Individual ownor of
"Meantime many of tho Indians
havo sold the surfaco of tho land to
settlers for 110 per acre or less; and
unless congress acts tho persons
who own the surface will In 1931,
become the owners In fee of the
lands for this inndcunatc considera
tion, which, of courso, would carry
with it the ownership of all min
erals, oils, etc. It was clearly the
understanding when tho lands wera
sold that the purchasers acquired
only the surfaco rights.
'Similar lands which were sold
In fee carrying mineral and oil
rlgh.s sold for J 100 or moro per
ere and averaged 135 per acre. Out
cf tho total of 1,405,000 acres, ap
proximately 000,000 acres have
bren leased for oil or minerals,
leaving about 1,000 acres still af
fected by the trust porlod. The In
4!ans urge that the trudt period bo
mended by congress so thuy may
cot be deprived of their property
"This, In the view of the depart
ment, Is plainly right; and, as stated
to the chairmen of tho commltteo on
Indian affairs In the senata and tho
house March 23, 1920, In letters
then wrlttun, I again strongly urgo
the extension of this trust porlod,
"Objection Is made by persons who
bought tho surfaco rights. Should
they succeed In defeating tho ex
tension they would bo getting ponie
thlrg for nothing at the carponse of
Indians In Oklahoma constitute
nearly one-third of their race In tho
United States, Secretary Pnyno cald,
nd about flvo-slxths of the Okla
homa Indians belong to the five
DOES NOT THINK
IT HASAN EQUAL
Carthago Woman Is Over
joyed by Her Wonderful.
Recovery Since Taking
. I am Just so overjoyed to ge' my
n'.th back that I feel like telling
everybody about Tanlac," said Mrs,
f..U Slgler. of 311 Orchard Ht Car-
. "Six months ngo I had a pell of
inlluonza -vhich left mo In a terribly
run-down condition. I never felt so
hungry and tho little I forced my
to cat feemed to do mo more
"arm than good.' My nerve wero so
nattered tIlat sound sleep wns out
tho question and I benuno so
l don't think 1 could have
pt going much longer If I hndn't
. 'Ho many of my friends had beep
Wped by Tnnlar I decided to try
' and It's remnrkuble how It ha
?JHt ine up in jiiHt a short time
f.y appetite Is splendid now, m"
oites'ion seems perff -t and 1 have
wined ten pounds in weight, M
'''rves are strong nmi stendy and I
i.V ,?1 nlht I'Ahy and foe!
"well ns i did before I had tin In
Im I lf not netler. I don't he
rin. tn,,r', cvor food a medl
"ne mnde as Tanlac."
. irilac Is sold in Tulsi exclusively
CbJ. .Quaker and Turltau Drug
TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
vlllzod tribes. Matters of citizen-
nip, reform in the procedure, of pro-
v.mV.V,? '"J"2'1 MM", industrial dc
vulopinriit particularly In the mill
eral products of oil. Kns and zinc-
! nfrlciiltural prollenis mo dealt
with In the report.
The report says that there are cm
tno Osagn reservation nearly fl.000
wells producing from two tn 1,800
barrels per day ..nth. In the last
. n, " 98.86C, acres were leased
at o I-leaso sales for a bonus consid
eration of $12,110,000. Nearly ill! .
000,000 was received by tho Osag.H
for oil and gas during the fiscal
year, I'ayno said.
Healing with the five civilized
tribes, I'ayno H.ild the superintend
ent s rccclpt nnd disbursements fur
the year worn nearly ( 4 8.000,000. the
nicest of nnv vmie I,, ii,.. 1. 1. ...... ...
that office. Approximately 12,000,-
uuu ui inuiviuuai moneys wero ex
pended for maintain.) nee, farms,
buildings, livestock, and equipment.
IfeittHrtlmt tir.Al,,u ,.li..,.n, ' . ...
i . . . .. ,M ' -ii,, imii ui in
dividual allotted land wan removed
for 21,000 acres, the maximum fig.
urc slneo l'.ios.
There, wero a.r.no oil nnd gas
lenses disposed of during the year In
the five rlt'lHviwI fn... .pi
nual production of oil and gnu was
mwer, oui mo lnrotne w,ih larger
than for the previous year, Nearly
14,800,000 In bonusi-M nnd roaltlcs
wero received hv tlie r,.iri,.in.i i,,.
dlans. Federal Income luxes In ex
cess of 1350,000 was paid by 212 io
rUsetiwIng (dl ntd gas outside tho
flV. .'IvIIIVn.l I.IK..M r, .1 .
nation, I'ayno said that on tho Kiowa
reservation miction sites of nil and
gas leases aro being hold every two
iiiuiiwis. un mo uioe reservations
ldn nneo. ... r. T n I . .. .. l ,
ivuw n.'IO ll-ilM-U LUI J 1 1 HUH
g.i during tho year, making a totnl
of morn than 25,000 acrts under
lcnsii nt the close of the llscal yeur.
On tho Knw reservation thcro has
been no production, but prospecting
Is active and the revenue of tho
ICntl' Ttullntiu r ptmilinl tr.OOOil f.
oil nnd gas leases last year.'
rayno also discussed proliato
tt'n.l. In ..,.,...,, I f I ,, 1, ....in ...,.1....
,,, ,.,p.v, vr, ,,,,,1,111,,, p.ijiut,
that harmonious relatlomi now ex
st between the Judges of tho county
courts and tho probato attorney.
Secretary Payne's report denlt
With mfinv fitllnp ttilHnc nt tvitnrr,.!
For the year ending Juno 30, he
said, tho department leased for oil
on the Osago reservation 9S.SG8
nrres for bonuses aggregating S2,
110,100. besides n royalty of l2-3
per cent andupwards.
The department during the year
also removed restrictions against
alienation for 20'.i.946 acres of al
lotted lands of Individual Indians In
the five civilized tubes, and sold
about 62.000 acres of their lands m
nn average of $32.03 per acie.
There wan received for restricted In
dividuals of these tribes ns oil
bonuses royalties and rentals 1 4,774,
cntl.,11, and 24J icstrlctcd Indians
paid $331,148.13 as federal Income
The bureau of mines ha been es
pecially active In Oklahoma and
Texas, Secretary 1'ayne Kuld, giving
among Its activities:
Advised and assisted producers In
tho oil fields of OkWhoma nnd
Texjs In overcoming drilling and de
velopment problems with tho result
that largo financial savings have
been effected, nnd the ultlmato pro
duction of the fields greatly en
hanced. clave technical advice on the con
ditions of oil lands in thn litigated
area on thu Tuxns-Oklahuina boun
dary. Studied evaporation losses nf oil
In storage and showed that losses In
the mid. continent field of moro thnn
122,01)0,000 gallons a year will be
largely eliminated through th
adaption of feasible practices,
At the llartlcsvtlte. experiment sta
tion, which Is devoted to tho prob
lems of thn petroleum and natural
g.a Industries, tho work Included In
vest f-tloii of iindt'iground condi
tions fn oil fields, producers were
advised and assisted In meeting dif
ficulties in drilling and developing
wells: rtnenrrh done by the station
Included Investigation of losses of
oil In storns'i nnd in transportation;
tests to ascertain the proportion of
gasoline not extracted In tho treat-
Academy of Dancing
CIih or prlvala InMruftlnnn.
ChlMren'n cl.i:in Hwlunluy,
Boceial iUmln Tun., Thurt, But.
Ilnl.l Tula Orcli-itn
414 a. Houlilr rhun C. 4:4,
For Ezp4sctaat Mother
Useb Br Three Generations
lit! fot (OOILIT On SOTKtHNOOO !, rill
...r.,., . --., Co DIT. ., ATLANTA, M.
Tfo RmI frnmr.U C. .......
iw wvk vvHyii crup 0 1
u tiome-maae. a , 1 1
Hm'i m nwr wr lo hti tj, anil
J el nav the fcert moili rmnlr
iou'r probably heard of this veil
known plan of nuking cough lyrup
t home. Hut have vou ever utej
it? Thouaanilt of families, the world
over, feel that they could hardly keep
bouie without It. It's simple nnd
cheap, but the way it takes hold of
conch will noon earn it ft permanent
plsco In your home.
Into a pint bottle, pour 2', ounces
of I'inex; then add plain granulated
UEar syrup to fill up the pint. Or,
if desired, use clarified molaitei,
honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar
yrup. Kithcr way, it tasten good,
never spoils, and gives you a full pint
of better cough remedy than you
could buy ready-made for three times
It Is really wonderful how quickly
thi home-made remedy conquers a
cough usually in 21 hours or less.
)t eeenm to penetrate through every
air passage, loosens a dry, hoarse or
tight cough, lifts the phlegm, hrnli
the membranes, and gives nlmo.it im
mediate relief. Splendid for throat
tickle, hoarseness, croup, bronchitis
and bronchial asthma.
Pincx is a highly concentrated com-
found of genuine Norway pine ex
ract, and has been used for genera
tions for throat and chest ailments.
To avoid disappointment nsk your
druggist for "24 ounces of I'inex"
with directions, and don't accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give abso
lute satisfaction or money refunded.
The Pinex Co., Ft, Wayne, Ind.
The Tanglefoot Artist,
'Merry Widow Jr.
The Big Feature
"Where Love Runs Wild"
A Thrill in Every Foot
SIntlnce Tixlny Any Rent, S.c
Children, 1.V', Tux Included
Myrtle Stedman, Irving Cummings, and George
Stewart, Anita's Young Brother, in
A Seminary Romance With Midnight
Escapades, and Everything
BUSTER KEATON COMEDY
Schedule 9:45, 11:15, 12:30, 2, 3:30, 5, 6:30, 8, 9:30
LYRIC (Last Day)
An All Star Indian Cast
"Before the White Man Came"
A Mory nf tlio North Aitirrl
rnn Iiiillanx, before tho while
mini liiadel tliclr country)
It un innilo under HM'clal
pTinllon of tho Interior de
partment of tho r. S, govern,
merit nit tho Crow Hnil Chey
enne 1 111 1 In 1 1 ri"-ervatloru In
Molilalia and U )ouiliig; ocry
diameter In the. riikt ixir
I in) rl hy n iiiII-IiUkmI Indian.
(iooil (oiiKily mill IitcHt
Any Time luu and 20a
nient of tnt.irnl gnu for g.inollno re
covery, an investigation of tho
tniunifarturo of rnrbou black, a
utility of recovering gnnollno from
Htlll vapeis at leflnerleM, 1111 luventl
gallon of the refining of ciudcn
wnu regtrd to pomlblo Improve
nient In refinery practice, and un
Investigation of tho ue.i of fraetlnn
lag towfm (im 11 meatin In Itieieimlug
the yield mid uunllty of gnnollno and
other light oils.
l'ayne wild that In the lint flwrnl
year 3S,0(UI peiKoim Vlnlti'd l'lntt
park In Oklahoma. Thl In nlniot
half an many aa visited Yellowstone
Concerning l'l.itt park, Secretary
"A slight Increaro In thn appro
priation for thin park linn enabled
the Hcrvlco to Inatnll Heveral Im
portant comfort Btntlotis nnd extend
tho newer syxtcm The park In ex
tremely pnpulnr, and bemuno of thin
popularity Is ery much ued,
thoreby reiillrlng eim.ildeinbln
niaiiitenance woik. The mnall up
proprlatlon Iiiih not ennhled the
mnvlio to do moro than mver the
moat urgent repair wniU. Thi paiU
aldo, by the trannfer of elk nnd Imf
falo fiom VellowKli'iic p.irk and the
Wichita national preserve, han taken
It place as nn Important game pre
Herve. The expetisen nf trnimpurt
Ing themi iinlmalx wire difr.iV'd by
the contribution of fund' hy gener
OUK pllblli -uplrlted OKI, ,, mill et-
.elm. Aulomoblie ciup gri nnd
were enlarged nnd Improxed. tiuiK
ug the p.uk mine than ever popu
lar an a rcmirt for mototlsiH. The
medicinal nua'lty nf the npringn in
tills pat k 111. ike the wnti in veiv
much Nought after, l I'M gallons n'f
luomldii water, t P.r..".7 gallmiH of
mineral water, and S..1S3 gniionn of
Kodliim nnd chloride water ivm
taken from tho rexervatlou by !
Illg ClirMnmH Tieo Crop,
IIOSTO.V. Dec. 6 A Clirlatinn
iren crop of moro than 11 million and
a half evergteen treed, xpruee, fir
and hemlock, linn been cut in the
forcstn and pnnturcH of New r:ng
I11111I for tho nppro.-irhlng hollilay
olwrvnnro. Tho crop tn tho lnrgent
ever cut. On thn ntnmp theeo tieen
have been Hold by thn farmer or
woodland owner for 11 few cento
each, laign lotn Belling at 2S to (JO
"I.IKK Al-rmt UKATII"
Hy luiiprm U Kitich,
At Hull-I l llltfn Tfit lltMim,
Wiliifii,U, lirrrnilifir I,
ir r in
Public I'nnlUllir Invllcl,
(Allli... lli'nunl l,o,ti(r., T H.)
BIBLE CLASS PLANS FEED
I'liM Alumni lliimpicl ScIiimIiiIinI for
.f .1 11 1111 ry 7 JtllO aro I.xntH'I
I'Iihih for thn fli-t nnnii.il hainiuut
and I'titertalument to bo given by
membei'N of tho llllslnnim Men 1
lllhlu clifi of tho Hint llnptlnt
church Jauiiiiry 7 me already uudur
way mid nn attendance of nt leant
300, memhern, member'H wlen mid
hUIhIiIith, according to clafwmcn, (V
M, Itockwood, lirudlng the nrniiiKe
monln committee, In peeking a milt
nliln c pun Kit for llm ocuifitoii.
At 11 lecent meeting the following
officer for the eimulng pear were
rhoiti'ii: M. H. Keen, president; 11.
N Itlley, flint xli'o pienldenl and
'lihirgemetit chilli limn; (' H lnU
wood, necolnl vlcn ircnldenl mid
uncial chalrinani H. A llaverstork.
third vice president nnd lellKiuin
work Hccrctaiy K. I Ji'iiiiIiikh,
IreaHUierj t'. II. Cane, nerrelnry. M
u. Mnnon, librarian; Orel Harper,
At (he rrcent wtalo Ilaptlnt con
vention I. W Hhatinan, member of
the local elars, ivoh elected tnto
chairman of Ilaptlnt laymen.
SllglM QiinLot Vo llnmagc.
HAN'I'A MAItltAHA t 'ill., Dec,
Itv off 1 .In said tonight th U no
lamage had breji reported an thn re
mil of n Kllght oartlKiu.ikn whhh
MiM f,t Inc. eiriv Sutidav There
welo two lUsdtiit Hhoikn,
motigh to awaken nlrepern.
'I'olinccii I'rlct' Is Lower,
OWi;NHIOlt(), Kv Dec. C
nt the opening of the tin en lllver
district inli'ir, ,1 miii .l here todiy
when lOO.ooo pounds of dark leaf
mild for 1111 uverngi of s Ightly lent
limn J5 a hundred toll ids, Two
thitdn of the g'.iw rs r le ted tho
s.ile Iiwt venra opening day prlcim
iivemged lrt n iiundnri on n, nal
of 1! I. 1,000 pnUndn
Iearn tho Inlest vinlu crrmlou
Hid Clierokcc IliwIUitloll.
II Jia South lloiilder St.
Next Dance, Thursday,
December 9, 1920.
TOPAY AYI VI.lMiPAY
CsutU l'rkvs: Adults, !2.ic;
Aullior or "Tlio Mlrnrlo Man"
A riMilnc ior (hut will llfr jimj nut
or )our pnil, Thn pirturc ulll ninniA
J 011 tho mllnti fire wllli Un
IhrllU. 'o mtirr stnr rnn do tho
IhltiK" Umt I(uirl i)iti In thn vttiy
lift fiord tlipm, A Htlrrlnc Inln nf n
town nhrrt Jnotlri hurltuuN
till th riMnhiif nt mrtnouii
blftck-hotMlrtl Iron Jllilrr.
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Tuesday, December 7, 1920
Opens nt tOKiii 11. 111.
Untieing from Hifll) p. 111. 10 Midnight
Novel Atlrnctlnns IVnturci Dancing;
liUiiehei)n Kernil All Day
DO YOI'U Clllllsr.MAM SIIOI'I'IM; at tiii-: DAZAAIl
All LIiiiIh of UM-tiil nnd hi-iiiillfiil urtlcles for hjiIc at minoiiiiblo
Trull CnkcH. I'liiin I'liddlngs. Mlncc Meat.
I'uiicy Work-. Dolln, Clilldren'H (.'Iodic, l;t-.
OIRBCTION TUCHSR BROTHERS
Tiii-mIii) anil Ui'iliieidii) III 11. 111. to II p. 111.
On I he SI ago
Mii-dcnl funnily Compiiny
.More popular I linn nrr, llelil mer this wii'k hy popular rcmitvl
of our piitronv
1'i.ayinu to i'( Ki.D uorsi:.q
On (Ik- Screen
".Mlh-n-Mlnnlo Kendall," IVntiirlng .lack Pli-kforrl
A Itlp. muring "Illg V" Cnmcily
I'rln-s Mntlness, ar.et fiillilren. I Or, uivk diiys rui-pt Nat unlay
Snlnriliij unit SiiiiiIidn: AiIiiIIh llli'; Clillilri-n y.lo
"HH1DI-: J 3"
UhllHl IfnVAl AllllllH, 2flO
rrlcm I kUh 0o
ramlnr Tlmrmlar. rridy, HoluriUf
TllcUrr llro. Iloml Miow rilinui
I'llni Vo , uttrru Jar SliMire mid KUecn
Krilcwlek In h iMiurrtuI Mvnl.nni.
Urn iinrd, -ilninin, "litr'i, luillr.-
AIM Hilly IVIrhiT knil Xlalrl .ley,
III "liniMirlHl Trniilile." Ilulli pr-turi-
i'i,niilrl( iiu itfrUI.
Two Attractions This Week
. Charles M. Courboin
"Mr. Courbion i an artist and an expert of the first
water. Seldom has such finger and pedal facility been
seen here. In a concert study, a record in velocity, in
WhfVh 1,467 notes in succession for the pedals are
played in a little more than three minutes, Mr. Cour
boin was as much at ease ns Heifetz upon the violin.
"His playing in more important numbers was just as
impressive and more moving. It stirred the discerning
New York World, March 7, 1919.
Captain Bruce Bairnsfather
English Cartoonist and Author of Better 'Ole
Advance Ticket Sale
QUAKER DRUG STORE, FRIDAY
PIANOS AND PHONOGRAPHS
It can be mado to look like new at
yery little expense. All work pos
PHONE OSAGE 436
I REPAIR SHOP
1 "Oklahoma's Finest Workmen"
Wll.l.l M ( lllllSTY
Powerful Human Document
Tin- Homo Hun King
Shonlnt: In 'Slow motion" plio
louruphy cut) ilelnil of lil-t
six nl t Inn inn ii'-n i i-m. 'I In- iiiom
H-rfect hIiiiv motion plcturo cicr
.MnJcMlc- Ori'licntin ,inil OrKiili
iiii'.o, liiin, 'j :(in, :i:dii, ,-,;no,
Siiiiui, h .oo. ii-:iii
Kycs of flic Heart'
A Iliiirt-(rlpplni: Draiuit
of l.mn mill l)i-otlou
S icen Time
KIl.'KI, II .JIO, I'J I.",, ', ;t I,-,, 1,30,
.',;l,'., 7, h l.'i, II ;ii)
ilmU.on: 'Me; ( hllilrcn, 0e
i-rm im sw if sa i m isri mwi m m
CM NOW PLAYING M1
Dltj TIME ACTS
Toilny, a '. ar,,i n,ul .ISn
Tonlulil HUT,, 2r,i; :ir,i; r.llo, ODi
1 FAMOUS ITAUAW
2 GRAND OPERA STAR 2 1
D I LL V " l" E i MA Nt"?
S DB AilD MELteY I
;".1m?T.v,i 2rMI NIWI0A"i
; WHPPLE HuYfON":
: "hoe-" :
oANoire-1 cooke fu 1
! srin.r valdare:
PRIMA . DALLt RIN A
- AHD Hlft FAMOUr fOMPANY Of--
- wimrnn r.u i itri
Also n Si'w Comeily nmi
lour,, ii:;in, i-Jsir,. j, iitis..ao,
Mr,, 7, hm,-,, o::iu
Coming Next Week
anil Her Compiui)' In
nmi SH Oilier Arts
Sejits .Vow ScIIIiik
I'lione Omicc :H-0