Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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Entered as second-class matter September 1. 1909 ut the post office
Colony. Oklahoma, under tne Act <>f March 3. 1879.
Edward W. Davison,
Owner and PubUhei
For Every One In ike home, $1. A Year.
ADVERTISING RATES—bUplay aavcrliaKiUKim 16ceiil.su men. one column
vr.de. Locals and Want advertivements rive cents n line first Insertion and three
cents a line tor each subsequent Insertion. Special rates on application for six months
Of the ownership, management
circulation, ect,, required by the
act of August 24, 1912, of the
Colony Courier, published weekly
at Colony Okla. for Oct. 1 1915.
Editor, Publisher, nnd Owner
Edward W. Davison, of Colony,
Known bondholders, mortga-
gees and other security holders,
holding i per cent or more of
total amount of bonds mortgages
or other securities.--J. Mattoou
Seger, Geary, Okla.
[Signed] Edward \V. Davison,
me this 5th dajr of Oct. 1915.
Thos. Hudgens, Notary Public.
Mv commission expires March
I can fix your auto pump.
J. M. Seger.
By the way'-
ll ’s easy to be seen
That Americans are backing
The Allies with the long green.
And B.V Gmi)--
What does all this tueau?
Has Uncle Sam
Privately taken his stand
To hack the rtttohey interests
And fight the Germnns--
lf necessary to beat the band
To protect this huge Joan of
No, not Uncle Sam, By Gum;
But his few favored sons-
Who made their “tnon”
By furnishing the Allies their
horses and guns.
•By .lolin H. Kerfool, Okla.City
Cheyennes are having big Camp
Meeting near Clinton to last two
duys Oct. 12Lh and 18th. Kiowas
coming up to attend this
Camp Meeting. Indians are all
invited to attend this meeting.
Clinton Cheyennes have been
collecting money among them-
selves to pay the expenses of the
meeting, they will have some
beeves and groceries to cat.
Old Crow came down from
Thomas with his renters to 6upts.
office for the first time 111 several
years. Old Crow never visits the
office only on business although
lie belongs to Seger Indians.
Brave Bear and his wife Walk-
ing Woman o f Thomas passed
through Colony from Anadarko
where they have been attending
the big fair, he says he teen
Indians that came to this fair
from every where*, several Indian
dances took place of nights, as
Indians were camped all over the
Indian Spooks or Pale-face Spirits.
By John Taller Cat, Colony, Okla.
One evening in it twilight,
Gittin, put-near dark,
Indian take it walk
Near .Seger Indian Park.
While strollin’ ‘long, him see it
Heap tin cans movie’ ‘bout,
Him look, an’ look, an’look, an’ look,
But no can make it out.
Look an’ strain it eve-sight,
Heap much no mistake,
Old tin cans a-dancin’,
Make it Indian shake.
Look heap lot—heap closer -
Uut. near got it ‘fraid,
Heap lot o’ bright tin cans sure got it
Big war dance In It shade.
Keep a-comin’ closer, .
“Ugh, ugh,” heap awful sound,
Like Indian spirits back
From happy hunting ground.
Indian hair stand up.
Heap much shake in shoes,
‘Nen him think it tnuy-be-so come
From dunkin’ pule face boo a*.
Feel like haf to holler.
Sure feel like want to pray.
Big Indian 1 ^rave, no run,
But call squaw this a way.
“Ma-a aryl come here quick,
Got um sna-a akes in shoes,
Heap no good for Indian huck
Mix up with pale face booze.”
Mary heap much laugh.
Uutil it face turn red,
‘Nen she ketch um piggies.
Pull tin cans off um head,
lndiau heap much happy.
‘Cause no got snakes in shoes,
But all the same’it heap no good
Mix up with pale face booze.
By Our Indaln Camp Reporter
Most all the Seger Arapahoe*
were camped on school grounds
waiting for monthly money which
they receive 1st of each month
Cheyennes and Arapahoe* are
putting their children in Seger
Indian School very fast now
Seger Indian School will be full
of children before long.
McPherson Prairie Chief ha*
brought hi* children to Segey
school they had been attending
Spotted Calf sou of Clarence
Haag and Blanche Watau died on
Oct 12th, aga one year, lie had
bean fjjek for Some time.
Digger llaag, Mrs Kish Haw-
kins," Kosu Haag and Emma
Wilson all from Calumet came up
to vimt Watau and Clarence Haag
families and to see Clarence Haags
Bid Looking Around and
family have gone to Clinton to
attend the Camp Meeting.
White Buffalo, Arapaho Indian
is very sick has been in poor
health for some time. Spotted
Bear is taken care of him at his
house on Wgshita Rives. White
Buffalo ir 74 years old.
Long Nose wife of Onalio has
been very sick, Mountain reports
she is better nmv.
Heard g Morrison, Tke Bargain Store
Everything Just as Cheap, Many Things Cheaper.
| Come In and Look, Whether You Buy or Not. t
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\\kTiP Have $2500. Worth of Mena Clothing which
I VV Hi We are offering at 25 per cent below coat.
SHOES From 98c. Per Pair To $6.00 Per Pair.
All Kindi of GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS and PERCALES at 1 Oc. per yard,
Sugar-Beet Her Suck of 100 lbs...........-.61.............— $6.15
Sugar-Cane Per Sack of 100 lbs.............................to 25
Coffee____I Bushel,...... 88 lbs............................. 14 50
Canned Corn 10c 3 cans tor ______________________________ -25
Canned Tomatoes ffize (No. 2*) 10c 3 cans for-------------- 25
Salmon Per Dozen cans.______________________________________ 41 00
Canned Milk Per Dozen (Jans..................-6. ------------ .40
Coal Oil Per Gallon...............................j...--------- ‘*10
Gasoline Per Gallon..................................
Matches 8 Boxes for____________________________________________ -10
Canned Hominy Van Camps (No 8) 3 cans for.........-........ .25
Chipped Beef 2 cans for........... .......................... 25
Gallon Can Choice Ai>ple»______________________________________ .25
Blackberries and Gooseberries... ----—......45
Apricots......................"l!..... .......... .25
Loganberries ___ ..-.a——.6..— .50
Van Camps Pork dr Beans 10c 3 cans for ... ----------- .26
Kraut 10c 8 cans for___________...-------- - - -..... - - -25
IQUICK SALES and SMALL PROFITS.!
“ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY**
These are NOT SALE PRICES, But Just Everyday |
'Prices With Us.
Your Patronage SOLICITED and APPRECIATED.
H. E. MORRISON, Manager.
Sale of Non-Competent and Inherited Indian Lands.
Department of the Interior.
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the purchaser Ih.t hi. bid h.. been .ceepted.
all costs of conveyancing, end In addition.
If the purchase pBce^e $l,°p0.M.
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of the notice to
Successful bidders shall pay
the following sums, to-wii. “. ‘ 1200- if t
the following sums, to-wit:
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chaBe price be more -----
for giving public notice of the sale. „,«rva>d he
me Wdder^'BID^OR^IND^r^LA^D.^gWmg^a^of^openmB^but the descrip-
tion of the land should not be given on the envelope.
No bidder will be permitted to include more than one tract
If a prospective bidder desires to
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lie made subject
in any bid.
he must sub-
bid on more than one tract,
mlt a separate bid for each tract he desireB to purchase.
A deed made for a tract of land that is leased will
t0 8 Successful bids are accepted by the undersigned, subject to the approval
of the Indian Allottee and the Department.
Bidders owners, and others interested, may be present when the blda are
Form of bid:
1 hereby offer on the allotment of.................. ■•••............
tha ..........of the...................... °* ................
,CreKn,cio.ed'ls a certified checker »..........being 10 per cent of my bid.
(Name in full).....................................
r m, 80 acres, appr
water for stock, lease
2 miles of fence,
W T M, 160 acres
180 acres appr at
lease expires Dec 31
Bids open Oct. 15, 1915.
Seven Roads, SW 4 of sec 4, tp 16 n of R 15, wiM,
appr at 1050. forty acres in cultivation one hundrel acres grazing,
cut by Canadian, lease expires Dec 81 1610.
Wolf in Hill, NE 4 of Sec 9, tp 16. n of r 15. w 1 M,
appr at 1040. thirty-five acres in cultivation, soir
fenced, lease expires Dec 31 1915.
WASH IT A CO U N TY—IN HERITED
Bids open Oct. 15, 1915.
Owl Woman, N 2 Of SF, 4 of sec 8 tp 11 N of R 16 w
11065. low bottom, 35 acre* timber, some fence,
expires Dec 31 1916,
Owl Woman W % of SW X of sec 10, tp 11 N of R 16, w t M. 80 acres
appr at $2050, sandy loatn. seventy acres in cultivation, one mile of fence
lease expires Dec 31, 1916, . _
Make out a Road Sbj of NEM and lots 1 and 2 of sec 2 tp D V of R
17, w r m. 160 acres, appraised at $3420, rolling upland 0 "f ,Hni
lease expires De.c 31 1916.
Daniel Hidg'e Bear, NWl4 of sec 8 t|> 10 N of R 14,
appr Ht $2200. led clay, 100 acres grazing, Hi acres In
expires Dec 31 1915.
Little Chief NPa of SEX of sec 3, tp 10 n of r 16, w t M, 81 acres,
appr at $2160, sixty acres ill cultivation, mixed soil, one mile of tence.
lease expires Dec 31 1916.
Had Woman, 9W3* of sec 28. tp 9 n of k 15 w I M,
$6600, highly productive sub-irrigated bottom laud,
Joseph Trempe, SW3^ of NE1*, the WK of 9E54 ftud \N of F.,#
SK>4 of sec 4. tp. 10 N ot R 14. W I M, 160 acres, appr at $3200.
land, lease expires Dec 81 1916.
Little Woman NWVi ot sec 5 tp 11 n of « hi w 1 m. 160 &ere®- *PPr
at $2040. rolling upland, part in cultivation, lease expires Dec 81 Itlb.
Little Woman , SW»4 of sec 8 tp 10 N of R 17, w t M, 160 acres, appr
at $6060. bottom and rolling uplands, welt watered, 2 ha milts tiom
market, lease expires Deo 31 1916
Wliile Buffalo, SK14 of see 23, tp II n of a 16. w 1 M, 160 acres, appr
$8020. rolling upland, fenced and cross fenced, lease expires Dec Bl swif>-
Wolf Chief, SE!i of sec 1 tp 10 n of R 18 w r M, 160 acres, appr at
$4660 bottom Hnd roiling upland, fenced, small Louse, lease expires
Dec 31 1918.
Medicine Dance. NEK of sec 11. tp ION of R 18. w*M 160 acres, appr
at *2260 half tillable, balance grazing, water for stock, some tire wood
partly fenced, lease expires Dec. 31 1916. Subject to any rights heretofoie
Mouse Road. HEX of sec 10. tp 10 N offt 18, w I M, 160 acres, appr at
$1970. 140 acres broken and rolling upland, 20 acres bottom, mixed s .11
fifty acres in cultivation. 15 acres alfalfa lease expires Jan 1 luio.
Antelope Woman, sSKi4 of sec 19 tp 10 N of R 16, w I M, 160 »cres amir
at $3000 All upland, clay and sandy loam, two room house and time mg
lease expires Dec Hi. 1916.
Crawling Wolt, W3» of HWJ* of sec 27, tp 10 N of HU, and 1“
SE>4 ot sec 28 tp UN oi R 14, sv t M, 160 aerss, appr at $22,D,
live acres bottom, balance upland, soil sandy loatn and gtav
expires Dec 31 1916.
Timber Woman, NE)* of sec 19, tp UN of ft 14, w I M 110 ac at appr
at $2280. Mostly roiling upland, water for stock, fence* and, cross
fenced, lease expires Dec 31 1915.
Drove. SEX ot sec Id, tp 10 N offt 16 w I * Win acres, appr at $2400.
rolling upland sandy loam, partly fenced
lease expires Dec 31 1916.
w I M to acres
Bids open Oct. 15 1915
Ella units, SW.I4 ot llio NK)* of sec 22 tp 12 N of R 17,
appr at $2000. rolling upland sloping to the soutii, all in
lease of record.
Sleeping Bear. SW 4 ot sec 10 tp 12 N of R 17. w I M. 160 acres a| pr
at, $3600, rolling upland, lull In cultivation, fenced, leano expl/es Imc 31
Hnoting Ovor, NE 4 of sec 18. tp 12 N of R 17, „w I M, 1M acraa appr
at $3100. good upland half in cultivation, minor Improvements,, l«;.$A
eXpWcH Dec 81 1916.
Howling Beaver SW 4 of sec 17 tp 13 N of ft 14, w I M. 160 acres »] pr
at $2720, Ail grazing, mostly upland, lease expires Dec 31 1916.
Osage, 8K 4 of sec 27. tp 18 N of H 14, w I M. 160 acres, appr at
$3200. bottom and upland, fifty acres In cultivation, lease expires Dec
Stone, hE 4 of sec 30 tp 13 N of II IT W I M, 100 acres appr at
$4100. Twenty Here* grazing, 140 acres in cultivation, cut by creek,
lease expires Dec 31 191(5.
Angry Bear. NW 4 of sec 29 tp 15 N of 11 14 W l M, 100 acre*
appr at 58240, mush upland, one mile from city of Tuomus, UkUM
least* 1 \ pi res Dec 81 191*1.
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