The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 129, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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J A. ft M. COLLEOB
If at Stillwater
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• The Largest, Liveliest
J and Healthiest city in
M, Eastern Oklahoma.
——n =r—.. * ^ I I I § The Largest, Liveliest
Thermometor 101 at r n
101 at the College Today ^Hottest Day of the Seaiwi
' ~ Stil|water| 0k|ahoma< Fr|day Even.ng [mK| g )9o)
1 Will) ffl OF JULY CELU1I!
1 P fcver \\ itnessed—First I ri„.
"i ° 2™".*", P-'niLt
Store Float-Good Speak-
ing and Music.
CREEK LAND LEASES.
\ lews Of Chief Porter In Regard
to The Leasing Of The
Stillwater folk* and tlio Payne coun-
ty people celebrated Independence
day in more than the u „ai Hty|(, N-ot
a he'ter llli of July celebration liasoe.
cured in mill water since there was
such a place as Stillwater. More peo-
ple were in attendance than was really
"} prevailing arid causalities and
pro^"-.-re entirely °ut of tl„.
day a! ,he°"a'0n P' ('"k" of the
r, i ^rove, and owing to the
,ll'IUrtUf <"« advertised speakers to
come he opened with a few remark,
" mail HUH rem V ('illiia IS |,()
expected end from what was seen re- J and adi witl' « few remarks
and the reports from Ripley, Cushing. I Judge BTeM 7 dp,K'r af"'r wbich
Ingalls and 1 erkins, it seemed that ('. stolt and \ t"V •""" ^ A
every farmer in Payne county took the patriotict-1 i ' made *hort bul
day off to enjoy themselves and show i Lci« ld the Prowd «P*
re-pect to their day of Independence i tu" more t,'an they would have
The eagle .creamed and reamed I m!, ^ «>*
long and hard. j ' fa,nous talkers. These speakers
Karly in the morning the streets of I umm It'T" ^ S"rprlse at beinB calleu
the city began to (ill a„d at parade i end, h *' lnte'e ting talks
time it was almost impose,ble for a trl!,ti "* 8Ufflcient "mount of pa
team to pass along Main street I , n- PUt "lto word8 for an in-
The parade not only surprised those 1 L '",dit "Ce-
who entered but all alike, in that there «rou,ids T """'"id "" d"y at lhe
were more artistic floats and a more ITo, M " t^"' ^ t0"k
lengthy parade than wat expected. ! lows ' ^ W6re ®8 fo1"
Two bands kept up the spirit of the oc-1
casion. The float which received first ! , u „ "CK "U E
prize, 10 in money, was a handsome i f, ''i'fdloy lst Prize-
one decorated to . ,)lleen„ taste. This - , ^'lhci -'nd "
float was E. O. Stevenson's represent-! '°n3rd"
i"g Jis furniture store, carpet and rug > foot hack
department. The rogs which held the ! Andrf,w Brown,
greatest part in this display were of a j KoJ Millici,
rich color and very nicely draped on I Ki«hard Curd
the „des of the furniture wagon '
Mrs|p « y display, d hercarpet weaver1 ■" «« "<ud ,i m.
more natural than when sitting in the
room at home. As the parade made
its way down the street Mrs. l'eery
continued to weave carpet and had a
several yard roll on display at the
loom. This was one of the most origin-
al advertising floats in the parade It
perfect in every respect and not
one who saw the display could ever
forget it Should they be in need1 of
me *oven carpet. With a great
many it seemed that several first
prizes should be given if such was pos-
'hle, this one would not have been
forgotten. . _
The mention of each float properly. | *'heel in lhe Parade.
«"U Id be a big undertaking but the! Thf officer of the day announced that
oat prepared for Sam Millersclothing j child five years „ld had been lost but
""re and Orady liros Missouri store " is supposed that its parents have
wi re-very beautiful. In the Miller , f" "d it by this time
d-play Cleopatra in her barge, was It was noticed that but very few men
!^Srhi,rrcr h; uata?1 not
Of oth 'r P " 88 "e "S arrest was made during the day
thers caused a vastamount of work ti-
•o make it so attractive. The sigiiincl Were we" "'anaged at. the
of the declaration of Independence r'""" ll,ln"« day although ai
Riven in the colonial style made on(, i ,lrst'"'"ers were at a loss to know
"'ink they were actually signing the |J * l° 'Ch their teams.
document. ! s' me firms did not prepare floats for
the parade because they did not think
..lM , .
Samuel Smith, 1st prize
W. A. Wells, 2nd
R. T. Cline, 3rd "
C. II. Stone,
I he fire woks at night weregood and
the children especially, enjoyed them.
notes of the day.
"ne lad got his face somewhat
der burned but not serious.
Uncle Sam iu exact style was on his
Wrioli t 1 l° Inspector
H right regarding the leasing of Creek
; 'd« Chief Porter of the Creek
'Lands aHoftedtocituen. hereunder
atanv l whllt^vever, or
any tune, be incumbered. :„ke„ or
obl,VatrCUI t' 01" riU'Sfy H"y (lHl)t or
to n i°" C"ntrac(Ml r incurred prior
t Wf 6 he dt'rd t0the a"ott,e
t < 'for, and such land shall not be
alienable by ,|le a|lottoe or his heirs
...jr time before the expiration of
y H,s f''0"1 'he ratification of this
agree,nent except with the approval of
the secretary of the interior.'
"Section 37 is as follows: 'Creek
::r,,navp,it t,",ir aiio" ™t^
when selected, for a term not exceed-
>K one year, and after receiving title
icreto without restriction, if adoining
allottees are not injured thereby.
This he takes from sec 7 and 37 of the
treat/ and further says • It
P-ars to me that these sections are
Plain enough to be understood by anv
person of ordinary intelligence and
"ill require no elucidation.
•Tt is scarcHy necessary for me to
Hay that the policy of the government
,, ,t0 distribute the lands of th.
^eek nation to the citizens thereof
a nd to teach them the use of it, and t.
clothe them with United States citi-
zenship and all the responsibilities ana
protectron that inures to any citizen of
the In,ted States and not to provide
methods whereby the Indians may be
vested of their landed -state, and I
hink this policy is oommendable and
should be adhered tn with consistency.
OKLAHOMA SCHOOL LANDS.
Governor Jenkins Picks Out the
Best of the Reservation
For School Lands.
E. E. GOOD,
The Sfllwater National Bank.
Capital Paid Up,
W"°' «" Bank, 0rg.nllM
$ n°es 8 General Banking Business.
We Want Your Patronage
" «8. \
Among so.no which were equally as
attractive were the Swope, Johnston A
to. real estate display, and the liia-
mond Pharmacy and R. L. Steen's.
lo make the occasion more eircur
like and yet advertise their hu-iness
the Katz Hros had a neat cage built on
11 light wagon with two large domestic
t' ts caged and giving spirit to the pa-
'his perfect success in parade
demonstrated the fact that the busi-
"<-*s men ol Stillwater have the re-
■I'lired push if they will only use it and
can get up tin-excelled celebrations,
"•e committees did well and all they
CrtnM tL . .>■
G3££R COUNTY DEBT.
"ebt of Greer County, Texas,
Held on Greer County,
When Greer county was a part of
■n<1 • Texas county it hud an in-
"todrtoi. of 114,000, The law did not
it would amount to enough to pay them
for their trouble. They know better
Katz Bros, dissolution sale was made
business j more real yesterday than ever, but did
you notice the cats finally 111 tide up and
were pets with each other before the
parade was over.
The first impression holds good and
011 the program the parade, which was
first, met exceedingly well with the
people and they enjoyed themselve.
all day as a result.
The crowd was so large and well
packed that even Judge Clark got lost
■e committees did well and all they packed that even Judge C
'oilId do, the officers of the day by the and could not find the pn
" '' of t'le Mayor kept perfect har-1 up to a certain attorney's <
provide for the payment of this in-
dehtness and (ireer county, as one of
Oklahoma's counties, refuses to pay i|
The creditors brought suit in the dis-
trict court of that county and the case
was taken to Oklahoma county on
change of venue. Judge Burwell held
that (ireer county must pay the In.
dchtedness of (ireer county, Texas,
The case will be appealed to the So-
pre me court of Oklahoma.
Wednesday Governor Wni. M. Jen
kino, in Washington, completed the
"cultural portions of the Kiowa, Wich-
ita and Caddo countries, and will be-
come a source of immediate revenue
to the territorial school system.
He left Washington for Guthrie
Mr On.er Hall, of Pawnee and Miss
f,erce of'his city were united in
marriage this afternoon at 2:30o'clock
a' the home of the bride's parents in
the southeast part of this city, Kev I '
\V. Hughes officiating. The couple'left
alternoon for Pawnee where thev « il
make their home. The bride is ti a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pie,*,
and is quite well kno«vn#to the peonh
of Si illwater while the groom is known
" 'he peop'e of I'awnee that having
n his home for some time.
Host wishes are extended the nowh
The play tonight at the opera house
will be "hast, Lynn." This is a dram,,
strong in human interest that culmi
nates in pathetic death of the woman
fallen from the high estate of wife am
mother. Moralists and Ihinkers ea
thid much to dwell upon from the fir-
misunderstanding that come betwee
husband and wife-",he little m
within the lute," then jealously form
«'d by fatal circumstances and thera-
step ensues. The story is old as tin,,
and will yet be new as long as wonie,
ure weak and men are had. The ( ji
in more than ever pleased with Nobl-
dramatic company and with each p,
they become more interested in the
class of plays. The play give,, ,,,
ni^ht whs well attended and those w
had never seen the play before
Pt "« puzzled state to know j,.
how it would turn out. The dre
«as given so real that it was no/,
tected as being a dream until at ,,
beginlng of the last act.
VIA 5ANTA FE,
AT RATES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
On Sale July , to „, September 1 to .0.
Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo and return
Glenwood Springs and return, $ao.oo
Salt Lake City and Ogden,.
June 18 to 30, and Julv in ,n a $35-oo
P°ints h nan ^11 be sold'Tt'o ,e t'™"? tl>kets to Same
A Pullmjn Observation Sleener r 1 e 1 18 *-°° for r°und trip.
H. 15. HUESTON,
■« - - •, Prop.
\h •""URMSfjED ROOMS l/\l XhC CITY ^
^ RATES $1.00 and $i.35 Per Day " ^
Phone No. 25 _ 2^
K 4 Blocks West of Depot, S
^ L stillwater, okla. 2J
| BLACK BEAR *
| MEAT MARKET
;•* r-" , I RANK KNOWLES, Prop.
CELERY and GAME IN SEASON.
South Main Street.
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 129, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1901, newspaper, July 5, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115994/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.