The Stillwater Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 1900 Page: 6 of 8
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FOR FARM LOANS—SEE S. W. KEISER, AT THE STILLWATER NATIONAL BANK—LOWEST RATES.
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acre® of S V qr of See I Tap, IT K, . Ease,
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The bcort order»<! lie trauaM to ^
W. vrider 1- 35 oat at tirt coeas? *cuc-.r
Treaiurer’s Call for Warrantt-
V.;l!*uw, Okla . Nor. It. ISO-
N ::;•>» ? hereby given ;r.a: I can pay
the following named County. Toaxtbip
ar.d >:hooi D.»Trict Warrant* now due
ar c > usoi r snc. nwn:.i'
ati registered up to arc including the
register numbers luted below :
fur.d. *11 warrant- registered.
OFFICIAI- PAPER OF PAYS* CO. |S*7=; 5™£*555*
-- J^uSSpm^ fund, all warrant* ~g»-
|SLri-jSKl»rSn£ Insane Iwnd, all warrants reg-
• The board e_=da*Mj Uw m « S 3 p <*; County r «d and bridge fund all war
See. *r. Twp util fwu* r«a» ua tie nat* registered.
»a~* ut bnag d*e«4ea fat *asd rear,
Tbr board aad pu-tsed <* vj*l» chirrs town SHIP WARE AN . S.
a*un« the eocaty. ai>i aijoeraed loc-l Ort Cherci.ee Twp
Entered at the poatotliee at Stillwa-
ter, rayti" c ■ miy. Oklahoma.aasecond
•Ues mail matter
THURSDAY. NOV. 22. 190f
TELEPHONE No. 1*
Offi**- c4 C.jaatJ Clerk-
ixrtvCei 12. !*•-
Tb» Boar: 4 CoflamlAdoaKrt aet as
yr~. adjMMta* M UHU. fall Board aad
C**sasyOrt pr^***- _
A petitxa. U> i r teen tied ts * 0*-*tj
CVrt * <4S>ce fc*s«ed by tax-payer* «
C»i/>:e twp. «a< [ rtsetwd W the board.
IV bear* Ud~l tte »*«£*<» u »■«■>« *
=u..yrej tie re*dd«l tat fayerv o< Ge=»toe
c* -. a*a_xjr teat a ijtea se be graxsed to T
G to ntS Dqwor*** G>*«* <* '• * '
E .tarter U her IX I** It*3 L*'*s *** *
prw< atpst-Xtaiioa Lad be* a node aeeortm*
to A«. aad a guoi aad aBdrtf i^*4 aew«a-
pa&>fd ta^ iVj par:td the prayer of t t*
aad ordered the Cert to iswe ec c.-
to U>e alost uatd afpieaal to rt» <o< year
tromOet. n. rm
ne Board ue>k ap aa appoeauco of Leattory.
Myen aad Biiey Andenoo for saiaoc -..eenje at
gnafter. Ear> Township A rexooostxaaee hav-
a* bees £‘»«J araitj* s»U appiieatloo was also
pre*ente4 to the Board, the matter was «*>-
ted Mt for beariiiX (Xt 3fc lAB.
IV Board took -p the appiieation to laeor-
porate the town of * .>aeoe, Payne County, O
T , tad orde.ed the foUoaing aotiee published
tad posted in »public piacea u the prop»»ed
To Whom It May Coaeera:
Notice 1* hereby in*«n. that ou the 12th day of
October. 1W». a petition was hied in the office of
County Clerk of Payne County, Oklahoma, ask-
ing that the N E qp ot •seilon twelve iI2j. in
Township twenty ZtJ ». ot JUnge three <3
Eart. of the Indian Meridian, Payne County.
Oklahoma, may be incorporated into a tonn by
the name of "Glencoe” aad that said petition
will be beard by the County CommU*ioner» of
Payne County. Oklahoma’ at the said County
Clerk's office, on the «Si day of October. A. V
The Board reduced the assessment of F. A.
Btoekloc and John Vaughn, of Paradise twp.
each IZjOXO lor the year lJCKj. erroneous assess-
ment on Improvements on laod
IV Board adjourned to meet <>etober Mh,
1900, at 10 o’clock, A. M
W H II nttman.
W H. H. Pttima-
Of&ce of CocintT Clerk.
SciXsmter. O. T
October Si. 1KC
Tbc beard of Conety Commissaosers of Payne
| Clear Crk “
The board of Comity Commistiosen ot rayne , Eagle.
cnssnty.O. T. met a* per adjoorsmest. present E- « «x«enr-»e.
w. GotAvm. 'ehairmao D. H- r>dre* abd Geo “?ErT:
s yfrers. (V«5raiserooer* and W. H. K. Pitt- Mound,
man CrtatrCcrt. p»r*disr»
The taard appotttod the fo'Cowing Inspectors 1 i araatse.
of tintto IT, vacsancie*
all warrant* registered
Warrant Reg. No. TO.
all warrants registered
fdhee of CountyClerk.
.Stillwater O, T.
The Board o! < Arunty Commissioners met as
per adjoummerit on the 12th Inst. Present, K.
W. Golden. Chairman; Geo W. Myers aud D
H. Dodge, Commissioners, and P. W. Hayes.
I>eputy County Clerk.
The board proceeded at once to open bids to
bulk! a bridge south of Stillwater on St'llwater
Creek. Bidi were as follows:
Wabash Bridge Company. MCO 00.
Wichita Bridge Company. JTJ0.( 0.
The board let the contract to the Wichita
Bridge Co .tor steel bridge as per plaus and
specifications on file In the County Clerk's
The board U»tk up the Myers and Anderson
petition for saloon license for Shatter, Eagle
twp. After considering the matter they voted
on the same.
D. w. Dodge* votes to grant the petition.
G. w, Myers votes to not grant the petition
K. W. Golden votes to not grant the petition.
The petition Is therefore rejected.
The board look ;p the application of w B.
Cannon and w E McGeehee for license to sell
liquors at Ingal’s, that was set for hearing this
date, owing to the fart 'hat a remonstrance had
been filed. Mr P. r. Hillerman approving for
the remonstrstors and J. M Springer appear-
ing for applicants P. P Hillerman filed an
application to amend the remonstrance which
was voted upon as follows:
E W Golden, votes to not amend.
O. W. Myers sotes to amend.
D. H. Dodges votes to not amend.
The result stands t > not amend. P. P Hiller-
man then makes application to continue the
matter until Oct *), 1900. After the matter w as
discussed on l*Hh sides, the board voted on the
same. Geo W Myers votes to continue. It H.
Dodges, votes not to continue, K. W. Golden
votes to continue. The case was continued un-
til Oct. 30. l»«.
A road petition having been filed in tie
Connty Clerk's office was presented to the board
signed by W. B Cook and others of l imarroii
township. The board finding the petition to be
a legal one, they appointed viewers and made
the following order:
Notice Is hereby given that at a session of the
Board of County Commissioners of Payne county
Oklahoma Territory.held on the 30th day of Oct.
1900. a petition signed by W. B. Cook and
others of Cimarron township, asking for
a view and a survey for the purpose of locating
a certain county road, described as follows:
Commencing at at>out ltco feet W of S E corner
of N W qr of Sec 3J. Twp. 18. B. 4 n, then N to
Cimarron river, then to 8 end of Cimarron
river bridge, and vacate road, commencing at
8 E cor of N W of 8ec. 20. Twp. 18, R. 4 E run-
ning due north to Cimarron river, also to locate
a road commencing at a point on river bank on
hf Sec. line running north, thence the most
practical route to north end of Cimarron bridge
then 1 u a westerly direction to Sec. Une bet. Sec.
19. 20 all In Cimarron twp., Payne Co., O. T.,
was presented and that John Kalns, 8. Buckles
and K A Brown, viewers, and O. A. Clark,
County Surveyor, will meet at the place of be-
ginning of said road, on the 28th day of Novem-
ber, 1900. at 10 o'clock, A- M. of said day, aad
Ctbrtofce* twp- A A Ware
S&riA Cimarron. Harry Eaton
Cimarroo, G "» WBe*
CarktcB, J H Crow.
CSaytm. J B Martin
CVar ("reek. J H Gettings
Ea Grove. Guy Harrington.
! Eden. J H Levitt.
Eagle. James Johnson.
Indian. W C McCoy
Mound. O W Sallars.
Pawnee, W E Spurgeon
i Paradise. F B Springs.
Hock. I P Norris.
Cnioo. James MeCorkell.
The board ordered the Clerk to fill any va-
I eancy of In tpector that nay be overlooked by
) the board
The board made the following order to the
road overseer of mat. No. 2, Glencoe township:
You are hereby ordered by the Board of County
Commissioners to not perform any road work
on the section Une between Sections 17 and 18.
Twp »• B. 3 E-vst in Payne Ceunty. O. T., until
said Une is surveyed aud permanently located.
The board look up the application to incor-
porate the tow n ol Glencoe and made the fol-
No* on this 30th day of Oct.. 1«>. the matter
of the application ol K Conhiing O. W. Mur-
phy and W. W. Spiers and other citizens o*
Glencoe lor inorpo ration of the town of Glencoe
came ou for hearing btiore th» Board of county
Commissioners of Payne County. O. T., no per-
sons objecting to the incorporation, and no
objections h wing been filed, the matter was
beard on ih«- testimony adduced by the appli-
cant* and the said i-oard of commissioners after
bearing the evidence adduced finds that the
appUcant* have caused an accurate map and
survey to be made of tbe territory Intended to
be embraced within the proposed town of
Glencoe, that said survey was made by Tbos. P.
German Said survey shows the courses and
distances of tne boundaries thereof, and tbe
quantity of land contained therein
Warrant Reg. No. W
all warrant* registered
Warrant Reg. No. 141
Warrant Reg. No. 41
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- “ “ 122
Warrant Reg. No. M
all warrants registered j
No Call _
Warrant Reg- No. 207
All warrant registered j
i Bbl. pare buckwheat flour
5 Bbl. Kraut
i Bbl. sweet pickles
i Bbl. sour pickles,
i Bbl. gerkins pickles
i Bbl. cranberries
AU kinds of nnts
Bbl. mince meat.
I Car nothern apples
i Car Colorado potatoes
6400 pounds of candy for
1 Bbl. New Orleans molasses
1 Bbl Ok. sorghum.
Warrant Reg No. W
Warrant Reg. No.
1 All warrant* registered
5 No Call
8 All warrants
Register No. 382
All warrants registered
Our line of MEN’S UNDERWEAR is unexcelled, we
say emphatically that we have the best
Garment For 50 Cents
there is in the country. It is fleeced-lined, good material,
heavy and warm.
In the third place, we have a nice new line of Prints. Mus-
lins, Outings, Notions, Overalls, Duck Coats, Work Shirts.
Suspenders, Socks, Hose, etc., at popular prices.
We have the best line of GLOVES, MITTS and HATS
in the city, not only in quality, but can gave you the best
values for your money.
Warrant R«g. No. 68
23 All warrant* registered
24 Warrant Reg. No. 15
25 All warrants registered
27 No call
28 All warrant*
31 No call
35 All warrant* registered
We carry the Best Line ol GROCERIES
^.asSfelN THE TERRITORY.-^—-
tmjgaaKgaisgff&Call and See
the resident population of *uch territory a* it 38 All warrant K
wai on the 7th day of July, 1*00. lhai »aid csn*u*
accurately show* the names of every head of a
family residing within such territory on said
day and the number of persons belonging to
said families, that said census was verifies as to
the truth thereof by the person who took tbe
same. J. H Fanchler. That said survey, map
and census were left at the post office within
said territory for 3T> days prior to Oct 12, 1909.
for Inspection by tbe public, that the foregoing,
facts were shown by affidavits to the Board
43 No call
44 All warrant* registered
45 All warrant* registered
46 “ :
Warrant Reg. No. 14
The Original and Only Genuine Bargain Maker.
STILLWATER, OKLA. —o— North Main Street-
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Wherefore it is considered, ordered and ad Warrant Reg. No. 29
judg-d by said Board of County Commissioners 52 All Warrants
that said terrilory be as outlined and defined in
said petition be Incorporated as a town by tbe
name of Glencoe, with the assent of the quali-
fied voters of said town, their assent to be de-
termined at an election lo be held In said terri •
tory on December 4, 1900, at the Mirior office in
Block Number 32- in raid town of Glencoe and
that a notice of said election shall be given by
publishing said notice in
01 warrant u-g-
52 All Warrants registered
53 “ “
55 All warrants registered
56 No Call
57 All warrants registered
80 Warrant Reg. No. 41.
MAY OPEN JUNE 1,1901.
Dennis Flynn Looking Over the
Situation in the Kiowa Coun-
try—Delay in Making Al-
■uii a vi ----- — ■>----- (jij vv arrant
>ubUshing said notice in the Glencoe Mirror ; warrants registered
md by posting up copied of the same in not less , >^0 ca]j
hart five nubile places In said territory' ..
than five public places In said territory
F. W. Golden, Chairman
G. VT. Myers.Commissioner.
D. H. Dodge. Commissioner.
W. H. U. Pittman.
As appears of record In the Coanty Clerk's
office made by the Board ot County Commis-
sioners of Payne County, Oklahoma Territory.
October 20th, 1900 pertaining to an application
of W II. Cannon and w E. McGeehee for
liquor license to sell spirituous and vinous liq-
uors at Ingalls,O. T.the following is a true copy.
The Board of County Commiasioners took up
the application of W. B Cannon and W, E
McGeehe for liquor license to sell vinous and
spiritous liquors at Ingalls. O T . which had
been set for hearing on this 20th of Oct., 1900,
by the County l lerk, a remonstrance having
been filed against said peUtion.
41 Her man appearing for the remonstrv
tors and J. M Springer for applicant*. P, P.
Hillerman files application to amend remoti 85 No Call
strance which was denied. P, P. Hillerman 86 All warrants registered
64 All warrants registered
65 No Call.
68 All warrants registered
67 No Call
89 All warrants registered
71 No Call
73 All warrants registered
76 No Call
77 All warrants registered
79 Nq. call
80 , ,,
81 All warrant* registered
82 Register No. 28
183 44 M ^
g4 All warrants registered
1 ts x-„ ri.ll
Commissioners’ Proceeding Continued.
then make* application for continuance until
Oct. 30, 19C3, After the matter was discussed
by counsel on both sides and being balloted
upon by tbe board the vote stands as follows:
E. w. Golden votes to continue,
D. H Dodge votes not to continue.
G. W Myers votes to continue.
The matter was continued by the board until
Oct. 30,1900, to which the applicants except by
their attorney, J M Springer.
The Board of County Commissioner* took up
the application of W B Cannon and w E Mc-
Geehee as w a* set for hearing on this date,
Oct. 30 1900. P P Hillerman appearing for the
remonstrator and J M Springer, A T Niel! and
J S Hale appearing for applicant*. P P Uiller-
inan filed motion for bond for cost*
K W Golden votes to sustain.
G W Myers voles lo sustain.
D II Dodge vote* not to sustain.
Applicants' attorney files motion to strike
from the files the reinontrxnce filed,
lcontinued Mb column )
90 All warrants registered
94 Register No iF>
95 No call
96 No Call
97 All warrants registered
Notice is hereby given that interest
on the above named warrants will
cease within Thirty Days of the date
of this call.
Dated Nov. 14, A. D., 1900.
L. K. McGurrm,
C. L. Lyon,
A dispatch from Anadarko says: But
little progress is being made in the al-
lotment of the Kiowa-Comanche lands
owing to the lack of an appropriation
to carry out the provisions of the act.
Delegate Flynn came here three or
four days ago to study the situation so
as to determine what additional legis-
lation will,be needed. Although he
has been bedfast a good part of the
time »ince his arrival, due to extraor-
dinarily heavy campaign work, be ha*
gone over the entire situation and will
push needed legislation through con-
gress aa speedily as possible.
When the bill was passed it was im-
possible to secure an appropriation to
carry out it* provision*. It wasdeem-
ed best just to work a* fast as possible
under the general appropriation, which
was but $20,000 for alloting purpose*
for the entire Indian service. The sec-
retary, therefore sent out a couple of
agents to prepare the roll* and get all
preliminary work in order. Thi* ha*
been done and a few allotment* have
been made, but tbe agents are now so
handicapped, owing to the absence of
an adequate surveying force, that lit-
tle progre** i» being made. Mr. Flynn
hope* to get an adeqeate appropriation
thro’ by tbe middle of January, but it
may be late in February before the
bill become* a law. It will take a
couple of week* to put surveyor* in
the field and two months to make
the allotments. After that it will
probably take six we“ks to approve
Additional legislation will also be
needed to establish counties and
county *eat*. The bill will probably
provide also for a new land district,
E W Golden votes no.
G w Myers votes no.
D H Dodge votes yes. Motion deni«d.
Applicants' attorney files motion to strike
from the files remonstrance fi’ed Oct. 30, 19C0.
D H Dodge votes yes.
G w Myers votes no.
E w Golden voles yes. Motion sustained.
Applicants by their attorney oiler oral testi-
mony of witnesses 10 which the reiuonstrators
object, and demand that testimony be re"
duced to writing Objection overruled by the
board and oral testimony of \vm Wilson taken
by which four disputed ta\-payers were proven
to be legal tax-payers.
P P Hi 'erman attorney for remonstrators
filed a demurrer which the board sustained and
rejected the application and petition on the
grounds that it did not contain a majority of the
resident tax-payers of Pawnee township as
shown by the records in the County Clerk’s
MAY NOT OPEN.
The following dispatch from Guthrie
to the Kansas City Journal would in-
dicate that the opening of the Kiowa
and Comanche country might be de-
layed for a year from next spring.
Delegate Dennis T. Flynn arrived in
the city last night from a week’s trip
to the Kiowa and Comanche reserva-
tion*. When asked concerning Con-
gressman Jesse Overstreet’s statement
that it would be impossible for any
Oklahoma matters to be considered at
the coming session of congress, and
what effect it would have on the op-
ening of these reservations, Mr. Fly nr.
Unless congress immediately upon
assembling makes a liberal appropria-
tion to place men enough down there
to rush the work of alloting, all hope*
for an opening next spring muse be
abandoned. The whole reservation
may have to be surveyed, and the out-
look is discouraging. It cannot be
opened in the spring under any cir-
Governor Barnes, when questioned
on the subject, said:
“From my knowledge of the condi-
tions existing in these reservations, it
will be absolutely impossible to open
them to aettlement next spring.”
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