Stillwater Democrat. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 23, 1901 Page: 1 of 6
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STILLWATER, PAYNE COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. MAY J.l, IOOI
THE DEMOCRAT WILL PRINT ALL THE OFFICIAL COUNTY NEWS
HK rutttiril mH in r«’*
arwnirttf with Mayor
w«#*» of |l7 3** |mr month tfunr
to mature in *1 month*
|V %*••*» |i§yib|it in in*Ull
manu of L''f Sw |*»r mouth guar
•uiwl to mature in TS month*
I'rtviHrn grant**! of paying
nil th«* loan or any |»art tli**r«of
at any iiok |»rovulin
in tb*» < hair, m«*nt &• uot (***• than
ami Council man Ab Th*« mona
will bn availabla
Ih'tum to t|i< any, «! *jM.r«
tlinnar, rmi*«< ml «t | .* * »> ti»*
l*»**l ruMitt ami marrh t«» it,.. \?
1C Church, amt it* ton to appro
Ctitnratlaa Mi'nuitiit ihy w.th
n*»u*l nutl I rnpn-**»**> t'oremou
»ar "o* |»ay
!rin",r.^.v, i«m " •* * '■*/■
>labia for u*** at any ,h*’ <,f*,ld Army of thn Ih
limw to t|*lt I ha tolI«-g*«
M *•» haroNMi oonrrmuit with
w**r|i which tha ai|iarlntanl
«'*l*on la doing On Tuatatay
aftartHMin tha Uollogn will tall
four j»ura brad bull* m public
auction Oklahottia ttoahiuau
will hare an o|i|)oriunity t«* to
*.*•**! *toek ami at tha tania
arrrombta Donnlmo, W,H **• "vadat»lt* ror nan at any ........... w|*u*» rura irouu attwA ana at the
Si.-,*, s **■•••* will bn pant out on tha Womens Cirrle, Sou* of, liman, uka a bolnlav and «aa
* - 1 * j order of the Mayor a* tha build* J Veterans sett all iuyal |**,,»|« what the eolltf* ami out ton are
*t*K |*r*»ifr•**••». every w»l#tn. »|,OIJ|t| jol|, in juolnjr.
C. A Mki.Tom. Abi . - I AU! Haw Soon l-'orgotira
h .in a* In- ora pain or trouble* of
Staan. S*o|n<, Low
r> ami Wright. pre*
a»t; hua* ami Price, atwaut-
Mttiuto* road, corrected ami
Mr Die key a repre*i*ntative
a* raliad on for remark* and
Tha ahova proposition Wl|%|*,^b«»ae whr* dunl that
i.i „„.o____ ...__.i____«*f our country tbould
until next meeting
I honor and b*« re«|M*ctod by ail w,,y hind when one ia wall rid of
<** in.,™,.* "»•»•»* *-<- •«< —•»•»•»««.u>b,
> «n nlnrtiin IlffM mirliiiiT. ,U4 >ti»ny uf our couirudM have “J1* •’•"““•'h Troublu Ih.l
. .. J f’larir irott rn<*t<wi *„ ..I i„«. .k-1 wwweimd t«i the last roll call and I bo,h*r* >‘wu* ‘"ha DrCaldwell*
Id.In rill il... ...iii.vill llnrk io.truru* to adjuM tho|*“"re.7’d *°^ n>U«»lUdd| ■ — -------------
,bl Tict™ p™“" W '«"*•>* on nr,- wan.,,, «* nilln«ifc- rank.,.............. ........ you will
^ul l l' water «.rd,n(r to con,™, with „ ''horn■ »- Ih-n a, ,h, .,J™ y for^t you ««r 1,^ K bu,
. .r. ‘ ' Santa Ke |KJi tiled time garland t lie toou tidalWl hnow tiiat you are not liable
In* loU. liu* alreet ami, '* * —
alley coniiuitt«*<* wan instructad
u* bav*‘ Htr«*«*t comttii*i»ioner at
t«*i.d to aanie.
(j. \V Hail w.ih grantiHl p.*r-
4n sjiiot, to put in acaleii.
Councilman Swojh* of the
building ball coiimntt»*«* rojKirt
Eire chief authorised to pro
cure a place and care for tin*
Aaaiatant engineer directed to
take charge of the plant at
In regard to the Kearns (»as
.small and it is pleasant to take
Powell \ Brown.
above our fallen comrades withj*° have it again. The dose is
till* choicest flowers of spring, i
calling to our assistance the hope
of our country, the children, ami
in doing so, teach them loyalty
to the country and to the flag,
as we decorate the graves of our
own heroic dead let us not forget
Albright Found Guilty.
The Albright case which is
probably the most interesting
cas<* in this term of court to tht
«d that his company refund Oil Co.'s franch'so, i, n, ™"J* **»• ^ “*:no, o^ot
unake tho loan on ,ho ground. re,x,rUH, that the oorapany ln I« .srurta7 ^
aunalioninir thn ritv's Miitlini.i»v * pootod to do their boriu* ,0 ““^owu graves. In accor- ........““'T1'*he"
questioning the citv s authority. P««bjd to do their boring 10
Melton submitted the foi | mi,‘‘s east of Stillwater instead J. * he^ custom estab
of around and about the city. "*hed by tho Grand Ar,ny of
| The matter was laid over for one1 the re*,ublic* u,! membprs of
Stillwater Post and all old sol
To the Honorable Mayor and
Council of the City of Still- we®k.
water, O T. j The Mayor wras instructed to
In compliance with the request ’proceed with the work on the
of your committee, us represen- plant at once.
11 M^r no,i,r,ho
submit the following proposition mars ethe alleys clean
for your consideration: Gd 11,1 at once.
the jury gave in a verdict of
manslaughter in first degree.
The evidence was all in on Fri-
oimwater rost ami all old sol I ^ ^ otening and I* ridsiy night
dk-rs in the city and surrounding <funt3r Attorney Burdick op™,nl
___________________ . the argument bv lavine-th*.
We are willing to advance
•$2,5(XJ to tho city, for the con-
struction of a two story brick
-building 27xbO to be erected un-
der the supervision and accord
ing to the plans prepared by the
■«ity, said building to be on East
"Sth street, on Lot 24, Block 32,
*.city of Stillwater.
We will furnish the amount
-above mentioned or more if nec-
^•essary, on the following terms,
$2,000.00 payable in install-
ments of $32 per month guaran-
teed to mature in 112 months.
$2,000.00 payable in install-
ments of $38 per month guaran-
teed to mature in 84 months.
$2,000.00 payable in install-
ments of $42 per month guaran-
teed to mature in 72 months.
$2,500.00 payable in install-
ments of $40 per month guaran-
teed to mature in 112 months.
$2,500.00 payable in install-
ed uj> at once.
Freight bill of
W E Hall was
1 ! t I 1 ! I I M n T t r I | | ; I ; ! 1 T ||
Is drawing near when
my entire stock of mil-
linery goods will be
closed out. They must
go in the next
You will have to be in a hnrry
to get a chance at these bar-
gains. STREET HATS go at
50c on the Dollar.
Trimmed hats at cost of mater-
ial. Sailor hats at 19 cents each.
Warranted f9 doz corsets go in
this sale for only
70 CENTS EACH.
Ho! the Frisco Line!
While there has been some
talk of the Choctaw road build-
ing north and that the people of
Stillwater should make a move
toward securing the same, wo
believe that the Choctaw would
be acceptable as an enterprise
but as far as providing for a
Kansas City and St. Louis out-
let it does not come up to the re-
quirements. The Santa Fe is
not inclined to build on from
Pawnee, thus tieing up one of
the richest parts of Oklahoma.
Our best and only solution to
the matter lie with the Frisco
Line. As was rumored some
time ago, the Frisco contem-
plated building a branch from
Sapulpa westward, connecting
with one of its branches in Wes-
tern Oklahoma. This would
give Payne county an excellent
east and west road. Our citizens
should agitate this east and wrest
road and bring Stillwater in
closer and better connection
with the eastern markets.
With the Frisco Line running
throngh Payne county our fu-
ture is assured.
Headquarters of Stillwater Post No. 7
G. A, R.
Department of Oklahoma, )
Stillwater, May 18, 1901. f
Comrades will meet at the
Post Room, cor. of 7th and Main
Street, Thursday May 30, 1901.
At 9.30 A. M. procession will
form on east 8th street and march
to the Stillwater cemetery, east
of the city and decorate graves
of the soldiers buried there.
country are requested to meet at
the Post rooms at 8 o'clock Ma\
30, and participate in the memo
rial services. The Mayor andl"'"08" ,‘‘"'rpss l" 1,10 Jur>' »a»
City govern.out will be aske,l to'an appP‘*1 p> apathy in behalf
close stores and places of busi-
ness from 10 A. M. to 1 o’clock
P. M and all good citizens aroi
invited to take |:
cises of the day.
W. F. Johnson,
N. B. Eastman, Adjutant.
kt* »'r«'*m H>4«m at *ii> rat*'
Hotti’t . r, th«NM» awm tu »** ih«
«•! tretaigu and th*» U'Iiiim rat l><
IkMfea IfUmeaunrtl will *trik«'«u
•veraif** t lie two lltwrow
tuay lw allowm! to |iv« and the
treo* and gra** to prow.
Marriage I Kfnwi.
la*t Thursday fh» fol-
lowing marriage llownMM havu
i»«tii*d by Judge Clark
la>«l«KT*rry a*d M»lla J joi**.
boltinf It i |’lw *
Jmmm K N *(l* *ii«l Jmip |> Hhutu*i*
liuth uf IVrhln*
II 1 Hiiuojf, lirt-jr ||uim>, I. T, #o*t
Ann* llr*g«rly, la«vll
I* A t'u|H* and Mary Ilnur*, both uf
A. L M. Collage. A
lenth Annual Commencement.A^
Pht*college is ItNiking forward
to one of the most interesting
commencement seasons of its
history. The date covered is
June 1 t, and tho entertainments
include the open meeting of the
Omega Literary Society, the
BiU’calauroute sermon by Rev.
V irtes Williams, the annual en-
tertainment of the alumni associ-
ation, the addresses of the grad-
uates, tho annual address by
Ion. Sidney Clark, of Okla-
loina City, and the Alumni
>anquet. Govenor Jenkins has
iromised to be preseut and par-
ticipate in the exercises on Com-
the argument by laying the facts
the Post rooms at 8 o'clock MayJint,H* , ,4se ,M'for‘“ ,ll« juryr- He ticipate in the exercises on Corn-
30, and participate in the memo- wf* fol,owed bv Att<>rn'*y Case mencement day, June 4. Good
whosi* address to tho jury was music will be a feature of all the
of defendant. From this stand- All citizens of tho territory
point his talk luul its greatest are invited to these exercises,
effect. And the morning follow-
invited to take part in the exer-11"? W,hlch was Saturday the
cises of the dav. | defendant's attorneys Biddison
and Lowry took up the whole
time until noon, after which
Lawyer Williams closed the
argument. The jury was out
Elms ^M. D. Homoeopathic only about three hours when the
yf\Cian\ . verdict was reached. Sentence
Nervous troubles m all their <.u. - . , . . _ A
f , , for the punishment is left to the
forms treated. Special atten- t„ i a 4 .
i a,t atieu jut|„e and can not greater
A one and one-third rate is ex-
pected on the railroads. De-
tailed program will be printed
in the Democrat next week.
tion given to the treatment of I than fifty'" noT iess" t7an‘7„ur
consnmpt.on and pos.t.ve bene- ynars in the penitentiary. As
eases rBSU v g“alan,ced' Dls' yet the sentence has not been
eases peculiar to women and Lven out. The defense will ask
th«r surgical treatment. for a new triai
we have the largest and most ----
complete electrical outfit west of The Town Cow has Troubles.
Chicago and claim to be an ex- The majority of the mem-
pert in their medical applica- bers of our city council of
tion. X-Ray work done. Office the present and past apparently
up stairs in First National Bank have had an eye for beautifying
building. | our city. About two years ago by
ordinance the privilege of prop-
erty owners to use 25. feet of the
A. L M, Commencement.
The annual commencement ex-1 T-eeMn f^nToTt, * •' T tB9
r.,-c«o of tu A c. „ n r, I street in 11 ont of toeir residence
for park purposes was granted,
ercises of the A. & M. College
at Stillwater, Okla., will be held
June 1-4, 1901. This is an ex-
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
vnenzetrt to health of tli£ crcscnt dav.
»QV4<. KAicmo *»pgq oo., Mfw rom*.
but now since the grass has be-
gun to grow and the trees are
beginning to cast a little shade
the town cow comes along
walks over the trees, eats the
grass and causes trouble general-
ly. The perplexing question now
with the council, what is to be
done. In the discussion Dr.
Dennison becomes furious and
says let the cows eai the trees.
Now we hope this is not the
sentiment with the majority of
Alva Simmons Case.
The case of the Territory vs
Alva Simmons came on to be
heard Wednesday. This was a
case where the defendant was
charged with having indicted
with two other charges with
the crimes of robery and rioting.
Owing to the peculiar story told
by Emma Cox, the prosecuting
witness, this case was one of the
most important cases tried this
term of court, and excited a
great deal of interest. The trial
of Wednesday was the second
trial of this case and resulted in
This case has caused no little
excitement from the fact the
court, after the verdict was giv-
en in .'oy the jury, believed it
to be packed and after jury
had been discharged called
it together and proceeded
with the matter of investigation
which was no more than his duty
to do. The United States Mar-
shal and the Territoral At-
torney were telegraphed for to
make investigation. The court
apparently believed his life was
in danger and appointed a special
guard, R. N. Anderson T. J.
Hoyt and Ira Reynolds to see
the court was not assassinated.
Stillwater can do as much. Conn, lieve the whole matter will 3oon
cilmen Abricombie is as far to
the extreme on the other hand
and says shoot the cow and let
the trees grow. We hope this
will not be done until after the
blow over for the reason the
starting of it wasjmore talk than
Job work—Phone 131.
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