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THE OKLAHOMA MINER
ONLY PA.ih the CITY, of
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IS JI01NE :
A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF WEEK
FROM ALL SECTION8
KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31th. 1921.
NO TICKS AFTER THIS YEAR
Set By the Etato and
BOBBERS HOLD UP TRAIN,
Pir of Masked Bandits Qet $3,000
.Frcm Passengers On Katy
Muskogee. Two masked bandits
boPdedtbe Missouri, Kansas and
Tesas railroad's Texas Special at
J?oni8on, Texas, robbed every passen
ger In til TOO Tllt!mnna .,1 ,.. j ..
JjlcAlester in a waiting automobile.
The bandit's loot was estimated at
more than $3,000, all in cash.
i Bloodhounds from the state pen!
leatiary at McAlester were trailing
the bandits with a posse of twenty
As the tram pulled out of Denison,
ths robbers systematically began
thotr woik. They lurced the negro
po.ter of the car next to the clinmp
oar to lock the door. Ofte bandit lined
the passengers in the aialo and or
dered tbera -to "stand jat attention."
He held two guns on thtm.
His companion then '.proceeded to
calmly search the trailers, taking
only cash. Men and women weie
seaiched with what a Muskogee at
torney described as "utknostg cour
-vitor me urst car Dad hern mm
pleted the robbers ordered the door
locked and proceeded to ttte second
car and then to the Inst cak With
them went the porter and thA hrav.
wan- who under, the guns persuasion
uaiemuy ooeyed orders
Youngest Wireless Operator.
j Bhawnte. Oklahoma B.-ptist unt-
varsity claims to have the youngeet
Iwheless operator of anv pnilnrn
I the southwest. Victor White, 16 yea-
Washington, 1). C A tick-free Okla- oId "tudent in the academy he:e re
aonia befoie the joar ends. This is cnt'y Installed the outfit. White re
tire goal set by tin, department of agri- eelvcd Bulletins, weather teports and
culture. other messapea from Charleston, S. 0.,
"State pride in having Oklahoma, & San Francisco.
tTJZZTt9' lhe ,a,pel,ta T W"t McA.est.r 6a.es.
iaice Dcnind action rooentlv t-tken bv k M-.tZ r . . .
the gmernnr .nn,i ,.. rr.I , "e" b McAlester.-By teiras of an agree-
to complete To,, T .'"" , mnt C0Mnly offlclata M,
Aiester will be cleaned of immoral
women. The agreement was made be
cause of the inadequacy of city court
power and the desire of county of
ficials to rid the city of this class of
women, it was said. According to the
rgreement the city will make the ar
rests and the county will prosecute.
Initial results or the action are two
women in fee county jail and n f.An.
sfoerable Increase In county and city
ia-ac g-r -- Tim
w lUIJlDiere lipk r:arU;tatlrv . t.
eariest possible time," the statement
bk.j. "Beaides a powerful Bentiraent
has developed in Oklahoma among
Jivestork owneis who realise that a
clean state !ll rebult in greater do
vclopmcnt of a3r!cultural and live
stock raising, and will attract capital
Irom other states."
1 "Of the 47.S90 square miles of ter
ntoiy infested with ticks when eradi
cation began, 92 per cent has been ie
leased fiom quaiantlne. There re
mams the smrll area of 4,047 square
miles in ttio southeastern part of the
I Ptate still under dominion of the cat
tie tick. This area comprises only
two entire counties and parts of three
othcra, but the region is largely rough
"This last-Htionrhold of cattle ticks
Clean-up week beginning Mon- ,u-n iff" AnU ' 7
dav Ann! 11 tu 10-31 f ;' nft-v dollars, tl
Ud m nth, 1921. Kverv nor- nf u;u a i
Safety ftauK ? ! 1
i; '..,',," n"-ynir vcbcLv , omwation to d,i,
I ' 'III I tit)
if k t m
hi i 'it it o
v l 'l lli
nn - 10
l' cl. , 1 lU
Aa Ordinance relating to public
sanitation and declaring
Torch Blast Iniur Twn mm cmwimi..,
Ti. i . o."I '"."." 6-y .
"" v. . omipson ana 11. j.
Lee, uwnerB of the Dristow Modern , Bc lt Ordained by the Mayor and
, C1C OCvore.y ournea, uouncilmen of the Citv at
Ie peihans fatally, when an auety Tfr,,u . Uy f
line torch exploded while the mon lvrciJS-
weie ai worx. one wa and io tnnr Z.: i
U1"i "iu cans, and everv tl, r ' .1 1 :.. ... 7.
fh-it fl;,. ..I J ,,,,, swim in anv nun u si.,
that flics and mosquitoes, or dis- of the city "of K.iV
ease germs might accumulate or or express mck'J . '
nronairate. rpnA Ui i;M .. T. pacK.its
articles, baggage i nn
or to permit the an m
1 1.1 , II
propagate, read this ordinance.
. I. P. BROWN; Mayor.
... vouwufrnoi 01 cattle ticks 1 ""c "l w"rn. un8 wan and the foof Section 1 Tr i lmroh ,t 1 coni1
will be cleaned up during 1921. .accord- ?f ,he were blown out by the ed to "be iinlnu!?,, P, M CCl?1'" enl.
ng to sports received from Inspec- , bla8t- of vn5w ,"IawfuI w,l.hm thc Clt' On
tors who are aidin-? Oklahoma in the L ? , s for an Pei-son, associ- ur("
woik. In 1919. on the rrnmwT.- Baptist Summer Term ri- RJ... n llon f persons, comnanv nv --. Q
I. M !(-,(.
,1 1 ,1
sloraire of anv of s.., 1. ,1
" j -- "-" iii"i' 1 mi
mcrau.t propcrt tin m ,,
walk in said cit ;i,, f tj,
section shall conMituh 1 nn-,1
..iv-oiiui, ttfiu any pci n-i limMl
ca 01 same in thc cit ,1 .
".... y. JUHISIIUU l) . 111)1 I , J)(l
toss than one nor nu.u- t! m inh
dollars, and, in dc-f.n,li .t 1I.1 j. ,
ment of same, togitlm v.th tin
costs of thc prosccudon, h ,11 l
committed to the ut 1 il 1,1 (ll
eordnnce with the niuvi i.,.,. ,.
nance No. 10u.
PLAN HEW P., C. TERMINAL
City Expected to Bear Cost of Build-
Ing Track Into Terminal.
. A. '
, . Oklahoma City. It will cost Okla
homa City at least $6,000,000 to put
over me planning commission's plan
woik. In 1919, on the recommenda- QaPlit Summer Term Begins Mav 31
"vU m me srate livestock sanitary I awnee. -summer sessions will
board, the legislature made a liberal tait Rt lle Oklahoma Dapflst uni-
appropri-xtlon for the construction of VP1sity here May 31 and continue to
dipping vats and the dipping of cattle ! Au6st 15, It was announced,
in the Infested aie,".. n :
"The legislature now in seshfon n nJ?,Bhln Association.
nir,ri . rru. 7..." . " i." Buncan. The Duncan iHirh nni
000 wilhwh Jvri"i!!;; D- i8 nber of the NorHi Cenai
1 t.,i 1 ino .... ' association.
until July 1, 1921, and it is expected
that additional funds will be provid
ed to ronduct the work until the en
tire ku te is tick-free.
- . i.inuii.. 1 ( rnnunir m ih. i t 1 .
,, ..v, win 1111 v 111 1 1 ir txr " 1 a i- .
SVl'.?.teJ.' .r !8 lo - I "Pectorate upon am'.l. v ,
--.. -. .4va tuticuii iiu nccumu- unon the floor nr j, 1, , r
any kind, li , cnnT fihi, S.t " L,?l;V5..col,vV??- "l" '"
lllhl r.,- Cf I Ul Jreus- violation f.t 1 .
lUDDlS, or Stagnant Water n iJ.um .-. .
STARTING BUILDING BOOM
Improvements Vary From New Homes
In Additions to Public Utilities.
OMahoma Ci.V.- Oklnhnmn trD
and cities are booming. Nearly every
"umw is miuong. aiost of them claim
ioer of the North Central ,U1D.1. or stagnant water, in tion shill cnimiitiit.. , ,.,,
This recognition nM which Hies, mosquitoes or disease a 1C i I
a year's effozt on the germs might accumulate or nrn- u I'T : H .C"I1X " il. il !' ..ri.01
ui ii n. uavis, city superiatei'd- nao-ate- nnrl nm- ,, ' L" V1L-'' I'ucc touu li n l
Graduates, .the school now can lion of' ncrlS Z'v SC,a" 1UI?I?,,cd by a fi,1C of ""' ''',"".
any univetsity In tho country ,writ?on nr nffi COmpan or cor- , -"""I '" default of pawn-nt then
t examination. , ZZ'! 'of' ether with thl i ..r , ul
er or employee of any'such com
pany or corporation who shall
eculion shall be committal In tin
RUNNING A NEWSPAPER Ti d .jai' " .cconlan.. .ilh t. o
Deer folks: Now 1 know why of iweStv-fotn f Zt.'TrT 0r 'na,Ut V' 10 '
editors go mad. I ben trvinir to ceivintr notice im tu nU .,u. ' i,ec: ,6' . J h:re bcin ll " r '
editors go mad. I ben trvinir tn ceivino- nntir f., n' ':. . ' , .C" 1 Sec: 6- .There bcinr d,
run this paper while the editor is sician or health officer or from . !" P"lclc ocont-mious ,!,.,.
on hs vatrnwii.,., i.- u. 1, (l .. o.ikxi, or iromicsand of accidents m 1 i.v r.t
,!nv.a,T V" "T..l,,w,wlla "''' a.aaty, to clean t Krebs. an emer( , , ,, .,
-Job the rtmovAt ot ti& rfou,ntw to be to tb irreate.t hi.ii.iin- o J- : ...;-.. .u 'ui , 1" '" owned, occupied or declarprl in -?. 1
-r " """ .. . . 5- - n tii ui iiviJlluns illlll LTVinrr Til nnmi-ni.1 rnium I... u:.-. 1 I tl - ' -w..-i, III It 11
WvaMlm U:e bvD4b9 of a "i utvfrThe boom has ' been them, and if I aW? , rl 1 1 " :i; "c" "L"c,r snan De whereof it is necessai v'
r' stauo" l0 be locd th flTiT!111"5 ordinance be in eflVa
juwuuu ui narvey inu unoctaw aye- J " mcur nuueu to tne demanu
mes or in that vicinity, if the de- W mrsement following the war, au-
n-.nnfo rt 4-U .!! .1 tttOT-l t fSt 111 .Ar.l. .,
.uuvio ui uic lituiujtus are met, mem
beis of the planning commi&aion stat
td following a couieience with chief
engineers ol the railroads.
Although no definite fipnres wrtr
submitted by engineers on tl amjsunt
the lailroads will ask as reimburse
ment lor losses it the const nt to the
plan of removing their tiacks irom
tho downtown distiict and operating
through the proposed union station,
rough estimates made by the railroad
ensineers indicated that they will ask
leimbuisement to the amount of at
least $6,000,000, and perhaps muh
thorities in nearlv oveiv pnmwii'ni!.
) Construction varies Irom ierident.es
to public buildings and municipal and
st.ito utilities it vis shown. Road
building and lepainng also is on the
increase. The smalkot hamlet to the
largobt city in Oklahoma has under
taken some project. Although rfucb
bJildina; already is under way, still
other projects are in the making or
mu oe ouiit in the near future.
v;m Vitic r LL:"t:rr:Hw:y Ul a n;ls icmeaoiv on
0--..0 ...... ..r.iMJB w Hiyscii, auu snau upon conviction there- n,;c j t.
I'm going to answer a, few of in thertiftj 'poKce couit. be SSf """ince shall, the
more mv m tr. !. kii ' ;. -.. -. " . . . . iTfiRaei. cixect lmm .m
1 TA ,,
.. ijo small cows give
oensea miikr xUabie B.
Mn TV1..K1., 1 1 .
. ..v .... ,..? iinu iuiuio. .w, .uauit.-, tuiiiicjiseu rruiK is
, uristow, urceK county, reported that marie by trying to get a quart of
the bufWing slump has ended and that , milk into a pint bottle
more than S7W.000 worth of construe- 3. Please tell mL wi, :
tion Will atnrt within lhQ At . ' l .X'ilA6 mC "W liasll IS
more and tro to the ball ramp in aiw A, nnt v-,i:.. r.r.
Jimmy the office boy. dollars, and in default of the pav-
L Vhat is a hmbcrneck.? J. ment of such fine and thc costs of
Umbemeck in thc country is n , the prosecution shall be comtnit-
strange disease of fouls, and ted lo the city jail in accordance
ChlCkenS. Ill the Citv tt i n rlic. with tho iirnint!c f r.v.
ease Of nnmnn rft-arm? ...... ,1 K.. lOfi.
,. i"-""11'1 luuacu uy w.
iitinng iouis and chickens
Sec. 2. It is hereby declared lo
De unlawful within thc city of-
Krebs for any person to place or
throwinto any street or alley in
said city, or in any drain or creek
or cieek-bed therein any cans,
tinware, iron or steel hoops or
WHEAT IS IN GOOD SHAPE
Spell, However, Is Bry Fa'
vorable to Bugs.
mm(fco m. , , 7 inaac. . w. ""i"-i '"u or sieei noops or
KTEESSrSZy Hash is not made; it accumu- -acks lass
houses, a seven-storv hotel a,l tTZ I latcs. , crockery, filth, offal or rubbish of
the dale ot its- nassapc. .n . ,1
Passed and appnntd thi- 31 -t
day of March, 1921.
T. P. Brown, M,inr
Rose Ciow.Kr, C'it ( K i k.
Ponca City. Northern Oklahoma
Wheat is, in good condition, according
to farmers" of the dibtrlct. ttttle dam
age has lesulted fiom green bugs, it
was said, although the present cold
pell is in the bugs' favor.
Acreage ia all localities is practic
ably the same as labt year. There is
a considerable portion of the ljb
crop yet to move, paiticularly where
the growers jiave money borrowedn
the stored grain, making it neceajry
to sell the old crop to finanoUie
aart esting of the nem
Louses, a seven-story hotel and threa
cauicnes. The Oklahoma Gas and
Electric company probably will expend
F3O.OO0 in improving the lighting sys
tem. Lumbermen said H5O.0OO wo-th
of material will 'be furniah&l this
WAT0NGA BREEDERS' SALE
Legirf Post to Explain Park Project
at Stockmen's Banquet'.
4. Is it rie-ht rn ffri i,c ' any kind, or to permit anv such
-o--- -- -w" "" VU1" n ,..: . -.. " ,,
vw t.iii.iiii iw uiiy bireei, auey,
drain, creek or creek-bed running
in front, back of, around or
through or over anv nrcmispu
i i.umeiy v .;., ' r. ' m" . ':
ub but she "" i"--i'"-u -i kuiiuuucu ijy
. .. sinv rr t c-.r iooa. m 4 . r .,
Wheat is Being Moved
Tonca -City Several farmeis in
northwestern Kay county now are
wimuuim ipuiHii iruiu uie siauK. 1JIU
condition oT tlie eram shows that the
wheat ,ropeUy stacked, kept far bet- UBga Ame.lcan Legion post will give
lar than ritrl thn xvhaal tlinf unk r. . ... .. . . ! w
Walonga. The seventh annual
sale of puicbed livestock under the
auspices of the Blaine County Live
stock Breedeis association will be
held April 5, at which time thirty-five
jhead of registered cattle, horses and
hogs will Le offered ior sale by the
I farmers of Blaine county.
On the ni'ht of Apiil 4, following
the short ho n sale of H. p. Morlan
rnd precedmK the sale of the Blaine
County Breeders' association the Wa
ler than did the wheat that wae
n bana,uet at the Masonic temple for
.. I il wuuci i uiu i.iaeuuiu
,"uf the stockmen and others in attend
jii umov iBMiiuia an m. aiviv huh oeaa ance at the sales,
considerable larrain moving southward , ... '
ihv j iat i ween, one tram ui seventy-
Ave cars going through here on the
Santa Fe in addition to local shipments.
KingflCer School Districts te Build.
Kingfisher A new boanl of school
director Ms lieon elected by the pat
roriee of four school districts in the
northwest comer of Kingfisher coun
ty for the buiidinR of the Lacy Con
solidated school buildUig. Bonds will
be votad, Bidding will begin this
I 18 Pound Baby Breaks Record.
Jennln?8, Okla. Several days ago
lit Terra Bella. Cnl , Mrs. Robert Em
, bry gave birth to wiMt is said to be
California's, If not the whole country
largest baby. The boy weighed 18
pounds and 8 ounces. The mother
was born. iJid raised at Yale, her fath
er being John Herron, a farni&r, and
Mr. Kmbry, the rather, is the son, of
the late V. B. Em bry of Ihia place.
They moved Ui Tulare county, CaJL,
some years ago They have five cf.r
in the ear? G. K
No, put it in ,a "trough and let
them help themselves.
5. i am m love with a homelv
Pirl wild wnrl.-e (n ..- U..t. - I."
" ..w. i iui un uui MIC , . -----
dont seem to care for me while any Pclson, association
a pretty girl with lots of monev s?n,s . comP'iny or corporation ;
wants to marry me. What shall v,olatlon or tailure to comply with
I do? Will M.' . ' jthe ternis of this ordinance shall
marry tne one you love, and i v-""a-l-c a misdemeanor, upon
send me thc name and address of c.onvction of which in thc city po
thc other one. i ace court any person, association
0. My hair is beginning 'to come i or Personh or manager, agent or
wiiiuiuvvc ui aui.li LuriJuruLiun or
company shall be fined in any sum.
not exceeding fifty dollars, and in
default of the navment of such
fine, together with the costs of
the Prosecution shall be commit-
ted to the city jail in accordance
wun tne terms ot Urdinance No,
Pittsburg County Fair P o
McAlester. The Pitt b u (
fair wiU be-held heie Kipn i
to B, aceordtne to an nnnniMt
folio whig a meeting ot Hi
board .( the fob association (
t i n
' i id-
OUt. What can T tni tn trr. it
7. Pfease tell m Imwn i-oJaa
a nice fat hog of about 50(5 lbs. Z.
wet a derrick,,
8. How can I tell whvn th
water is the right temperature for
bathing baby? Young Mother.
If the kid trets red and h r11 ore
-, --...w. ...-.,
me water is too hot.
KtKi'-r .-r r-.
"i II l-UIMMVI U-i. ,.......
A ec.c-n. ' ,,V'J WI1LN
" rtatK uns SORE AN'
stops his pwbh, HE Acrs
, "-"-.wot lt-.
OONT ALL RUST OUT INC
w rao h6.nct CRAPu
I Mfc ooor v
blue and, shivers, it's too cold.
y. l am 4U veais ok. h.ivp
C. 7 t. :- i. '. ji t
If ho irt-ii vl" " Xl ls ilcrcoy occiareci
'A-f unlawful for any person to burn
rubbufh m a pub
ley r the citv of
paper or othet
lie street or a lev
uch paper or
in a wire or
I Would-advise VOU to he rare- lr0" lrSSl1 mCr .0r a lt1esJl not
ful about whose wife you take. grcatcr -or arg7 t!,a" 7 ? lJlc
uur ren bull s chas ng me T , V, -----. ,.
j m - . . ". v Sl-rl-mn uhnll rcricfitlo a m Jn.
-.-..v... ....., vwliiitllHbV a MUSUt.
nice little farm and am thinking . 5? f 7 y
of taking a wife. What would Sl'h? M. 8"C
you advise ?OM Batch rubbish is burned in
t 1.1 . . iron trash burner nr
around a 40-acre field
shall 1 do?-Mike F. .
I don'i know, but don't give up,
Mike ; tjie editor will be back in
a week-L. L. LcBram in "Sue-
meauor and, upon conviction
thereof in the city police court,
shall be punished bjr.alRne of hot
1?58 tnn one dollar' Qr tnore
I ( ) chat fg