Stillwater Democrat. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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The Gazette man ae**m» a lit-
tie gay thia week. There must
be something hurting him, he
even attacks Senator Tillman,
who is recognized as one of
America's greatest statesmen,
with such language as that he
is ’'dwarfed in mind and morali-
ty.” Now this doesn't hurt Mr.
Tillman for he has risen to
where yellow journalisms’ foul
attacks do not affect and the Ga-
atette man in this babble, like at
previous times but displayed his
The Carnival has past, and
everyi>ody is satisfied but the
Gazette* man. He thinks it was
democratic, and that the band
didn't make noiso enough on
South Main street, but it is very
noticeable that he didn't have
courage enough to say so until
he got that handsome little
check of $55x for printing. Now
who would have thought that
there was politics mixed ut) in
the carnival? There was no
signs of it and we don’t believe
there was unless there was one
or two little narrow minded re-
publicans trying to work up
something. As to the speakers
there were three republicans in-
vited to speak, why they refus-
ed we do not know, and there
were three democrats who were
invited and they had the cour-
age to talk. However, if there
is anything in it that the repub-
l cinsrenlize the ability of the
democrats only to be able to fur
nish the oratory upon such oc-
casions, we appreciate it. And,
“now, since the excitement of
the happening events have worn
away,’ we too can see where
things might have been bettered
especially if that committee was
trying to make this a democrat-
ic affair, wo think the Gazette
would not have gotten a $55 job
of printing against the Demo-
crats $7. But we are not kick-
ing, the carnival was a grand
success, and if the democrats
did it, all right.
We have met the enemy and
we are his.
Miss Hunt recently made a
trip to Winfield.
Kinder says a fathom is all a
man can reach around.
Work is progressing nicely on
the proposed buildings.
The Preps re]>ort a jolly time
at their picnic held last Monday.
The game with the Indians
was the most hotly contested
game ever played on our field.
There was a large attendance
The Prettiest Baby
Haw! Beatrice Hu»ton, ant'd § month*, and recaUad the prtxe—* allver cup. They were 44 entries
We extend our thanks to all who so kindly
helped us tuuke our contests so marked a
success as they were.
We invite you to see our lines ot Dress Goods, Dress Trim-
mings. Plush Capes, Fur Collarettes, Boas and Scarfs,
Flannellottes, Blankets and Underwear.
WE WANT YOUR SHOE BUSINESS
Our line in Men s, Womens’ and Children in the kinds that wear.
A nice assortment of Furnishing Goods and Hats. X X X
IN OUR JEWELRY DEPARTMENT
We show an elegant assortment of Watches, Clocks, Rings, Silver Novelties and Cut Glass.
We make a specialty of fitting spectacles. Free Test. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Merit is stamped on every article in our store. ONE PRICE STRICTLY.
THE niSSOURI STORE.
at the Athletic Field on Satur-
day, The receipts were about
The Omega Society is having
splendid programs this term.
If you don’t believe it come and
The College Club house now
has a phone, No. 216. The boys
say it is sweet sixteen for they
use it to talk to the girls.
Some commotion is aroused in
the first team about the Gazette s
report of Saturday’s game It
seems that there is about to be
another Schley and Sampson
change for Poultry and Eggs-
Amos & Sons.
Figure with .Tas. O'Malley &
Sons on your lumber bill. 19tf
For farm loans see Swope. Hethcr.
ington L Co. Best terms, lowest
Fascinating fane as n tab
hats—at the Pans Millinery
Cash or trade given in ex
Of Letting of Contract for Fill in
Clarkson township, Payne county,
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office of the
County Clerk up to and including No-
vember 23d, 1901, until 10 o’clock a. m.,
for the letting of contrac for construc-
tion of a fill in Clarkson township,
Payne county, O. T., on section line
between the SEJ4 of Sec. 3, and NEJ^
of Section 10, Township 18, Range 1
west, across one branch of Clear Creek,
according to plans, draw ings and speci-
fications now on tile in the office of the
said County Clerk. At the above stat-
ed time the Board of County Commis-
sioners-will open and consider all bids,
in the presence of bidders, and award
the contract to the lowest responsible
bidder, the board reserving the right to
reject any and all bids.
Contractor will be required to give
bond to construct said (ill according to
plans, specifications and drawings and
complete coutract within time limit
agreed upon and determined by said
By Order Board of County Commis-
sioners. A. J. Haktkxbow kr,
County Clerk and Clerk of said Board.
It Happened in a Drug Store.
“One day last winter a lady
came to my drug store and ask-
ed for a brand of cough medi-
cine that I did not have in stock”
says Mr. C. R. Grandin, the
popular druggist of Ontario, N.
Y. “She was disappointed and
wanted to know -what cough
preparation I could recommend.
I said to her I could freely rec-
ommend Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and that she could take
a bottle of the remedy and after
giving it a fair trial if she did
not find it worth the money to
bring back the bottle and I
would refuud the price paid. In
the course of a day or two the
lady came back in company with
a friend in need of a cough med-
icine and advised her to buy a
bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy. I considor that a very
good recommendation for the
remedy. It is for sale by W. H.
As you go by just stop a
1 moment and see new fall hats—
I the Paris—one door East of the
h ristian Church.
(First published Oct. 10, 1901.)
In the probate court of Payne county
In the matter of the estate ,of Emma
A. Wright, deceased.
To whom it may concern of said
Notice is hereby given that James L.
Wright has filed in said court a peti-
tion praying that he be appointed ad-
ministrator of the estate of Emma A.
Wright, deceased, and that the 25th day
October, 1901, at 9 o’clock a. m. of said
day, being a day of a regular term of
this court, towit, of the September
term, 1901, at the probate court room
in the city of Stillwater, in the county
of Payne,’territory of Oklahoma, has
been set for hearing said petition, when
and where you are hereby cited to ap-
pear and show cause, if any you have,
why tli© said petition should not be
Witness the judge of said court and
the seal thereof this 8th day of October,
1901. J. R. CLARK,
1 sea!) Probate Judge.
Fulton & Bush,
Attys. for Admr. 3t
Job work—Phone 131
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