Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1914 Page: 5 of 8
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Stories, Legends, history, fctc.
By Our liuLiu Gmp Repoilei
H unit* r uml fa in i ly l rum Whirl
wind School cauie over to see
their niece Lillie Yellow Eagle
who is sick at Watan’s place.
Howling White from near Oat-
umet came up to see her niece
Jane Bull Bear who has been very
sick. Howling White is also visit-
her brother and family.
White Bird Fletcher and his
Wife Sarah Cloud Chief from
near Calumet are over here visit-
ing Yellow Eagles family.
Bad Teeth and family are liv-
ing on Peer Creek with Big Eagle.
Joe Fletcher and his wife Myr-
eine North were keeping house
while William Fletcher was away
JohnOtterhy and his wife Wolf
Belly Women were visiting friends
at Colony. John Otterby is liv-
ing with his son-in-law, Jimmie
Tali Sun on Deer Creek ami is
going to put in crop on Jimmie’s
Ed Williams’ son Samuel age
4 years has - Diptheria at near
Clinton. Ed Williams’ camp tin
der quarantine. Indians have
been notified to keep away from
Ed Williams camp tin's will he
very hard on Indian children if
they get diptheria, tfii« disease
Indians do not know much about,
they will not know how to take
‘•are of their children, when they
get diptheria they will have to
get white Doctors to doctor their
Was aneennd Crow Woman Will
have big wedding at their home
place hejore long, their daughter
Singing Water and Homer Lump
Mouth are going to get. married.
Singing Water will make good
housekeeper for Homer, sing-
ing Water has name of being
*\\ hat was dial sentence the choir
repeated so often during the litany?”
"As near as I could make out it was,
'We are miserable singersPoston
WAR BOW DRESSED IN STYLE
By WAR BOW, Blanket Indian
\\ urbow sit in tepee, smoke long stem, red stone pipe,
Wear heap fancy blanket, with red and yellow stripe.
On feet got beaded moccasins, have leggins heap swell too,
Plenty feathers stuck on head and buckskin shirt heap new
Ear rings German-silver, linger rings much brass,
Heap flashy ornaments on clothes, feathers, tin and glass.
Hair, make part in middle; red stripe, paint on head,
Two strips, otter skin braid in, tie on it flannel red.
Red and green and yellow paint, heap fancy make it face,
Eye brows, lashes, all pull out, it way of Indian race.
This Indian style, to dress heap line, to he it Indian dude,
White man, he, no savy Indian, think redskin go ’round,nudo.
Cheyennes are gathering at Fen
ton Antelopes camp on Doer
Creek for big feast. Everybody
is invited to this feast. Thunder
Bull went from Colony to attend
Howling Man and his wife
Star Woman have gone t o
Black Bears camp north of Calu-
met. Black Bear is still very
sick and they have gone over
there to see him. Horse threw
him and injured him in breast
some time ago. Black Bear is
prominent man among Arpahoes.
Creeping Bear and his sons are
going to farm on hia allotment.
They have two teams and ought
to put in good crop this year,
they have good house and good
wind mill and plenty of water
for their stock.
Otto Little Man and his wife
Lucy Bent went over to Bridg
port Station to visit her sister
Daisy Scott. Harrison. Scott
Harrison is additional farmer
under John P. Logan at Bridge-
Mere Act) alntmcra.
"I''lr»reriC(i Ik II, . only girl in the
I’huiiIv Hint she I pretty anil aurue
tlin to all her u< qlHintariivs, iuelud-
In The COURIER Gel Results.
LOANS, INSURANCE, and COLLECTIONS.
If it is still USEEUL, it is still worth money to SOME
ONE, so a “ For Sale’, ad is in order.
leg her father
t iul neither ’
All tliofejwli.i tll'o i i id chi i 11 to
m. will please take notice ihat 1
will call on them *onn and will
expect yon to he prcpaired'io pa\
me in full at that time, PLEASE
DON ’ I’ Ft 1111 i K I’ to be p re pa i red
lor trie so I will not have to come
again. W. K. sited5t. ‘
KnthusiuuHc Uancu Anil la il ok
Uiero'sj uo Nobel |. r,c- mi I ,.n£ulii j* |"
THE QUEEN Hotel
—■ Win~nHMl»tfl—l—IIK IMMMMtaBA YU MMttMMUM
(iootl Meals ami Cledii Beds
WHEN in Colony, for a pleasant place to stop or
to eat or sleep go to the tjL KKN HOTEL. Unopened
under new management, lingular boarders or transmits.
IVIr. and Mrs. Frank £3. Cole, Proprietors.
1 THE COLONY j
I DRUG STORE I
WE SHOULD WORRY
Like a bee and get stung.
Like a eetee and be sat upon.
A gill ha. a desire* to become
rich , a 11 Me* needs do is cause a
scandal and then go on the vaude-
You find your wife pouring
over a seed catalogue at this time
of year, it is high titnelyou were
hiding the spade and rake.
You know of anything not
worth publishing, send it to the
The small boy never had to
take a bath, there would be more
joy in the world—for small boys.
The label on your paper shows
any other date than one in 1914,
it is u sure sign you are forget-
Home Grown Daffydils
Dear Dally ;
See veterinary and rush answer:
What lias a affiliate when it lias
SCOTT & ALLEN
Wo keep pouted on live stock values and upend time and
money t.o advertise your ualu.
Resident Phono 77 and S:!.
Office Phono L'.t
HARNESS and SHOE
Old Buggy Top* and old saddles made like new
Good Work, Charges reasonable.
T. C. BAIRD, Proprietor.
PHONE No. 1180
Col. J. B. SIEMENS
Genera 1 Auctioneer
Crys Any Kind ol Sale Anywhere.
Works for you from the time he books your sale.
Residence 1 mile west of Korn.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
A Missouri woman advertised
for a husband. She got one at the
cost of $U. He afterwards enlist -
o l and was killed at Munillu.
She got $3,000 life insurance and
she w ill get a widow’s pension as
long as slu* lives Yet some people
think it doesn’t pay to advertise.
Up-to- Date Meat Market
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY
Bologna, Winners, Lard
Long Horn Cheese
Home Cured Bacon B iled Ham
Ham Sausages and
The Choicest Cuts in Fresh
BEEF and PORK
FRESH OSTERS AND FISH in
EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN
We Buy H1DES and furs
See us before you sell
Closed On Sunday
U op.\ light, by Mot Hurt' Ky ndUnto.)
SFI I YHF MVAI nFSSirklPC
Indian Land For Sale.
Cheyenne And Arapaho Reservation, Oklahoma.
St ale,I bids will Iw received at Ihn Seger Agency, Colony, Oklahoma on I Ih- following described lantU
ii'ntiI ” o’clock P. M . April, ti l!ll I.
Each tract of land must be hid on separately.
Each bid in nut In* accotnpained by a certified cheek made payable to \V. W. Small, Supt. & S. D A., on
some solvent bank, for In per cent of (lie amount of bid, as a guaranty of the bidder’ll faithful proformance
of Ids proposition. If Ihe bid la accepted and the successful bidder, within thirty days after duo notice
fails to comply with I he terms of his bid, such check will he forfeited 11 t ho use of I bo owner of flu* land,
less Hie cost of advertising, etc. < becks of unsuccessful bidders will tie returned ns soon as possible- Alt
bids are to be enclosed in a sealed envelope and must be marked. “Hid on Indian Land," with the date
nf ||.c opening, but the description of the land must not be noted on the envelope. No bids below the ap-
praised value will be considered. The right is reserved to reject tiny or all bids.
The dm d of conveyance wilI contain the following mineral clause: " It is understood and agreed
I that th nre is reset1 \ ed to the grantor tor the period of twenty five year- from the date hereof (date of deed),
all right I o t lie nil, gas and niinera Is found to exist within the limits of the laud covered by the deed, tn-
telher with the right In make teasnimblc explorations therefor. If. howeser within the polled of live
j years, from date hereof ( date of deed ), no developments tire made showing the existence of oil, gas or
j minerals in pay ing quant it ics and witliin tin* limits of t lie land covert d by lids deed, Mils reservation shall
j ihereupon lapse.”
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Seger, Neatha H. Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1914, newspaper, March 19, 1914; Colony, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc942480/m1/5/: accessed September 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.