The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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Y. M- C- A, Notes
Men'" v '• !5ul'"cl< ,vi" "ddress the
I , | •Ieet,,lH Sabbath nt
te" of^ctfc m' St"d' °f -,Stc,ia'-
Easter Concert Program-
The following is the prr.Kr«ni trt I e
given April 5, ut the M. K. church by
| Opening Election College Mandolin III?
| liecitation "Hon and Judas." j|p
M r. < .'hircnce Donart. | ifgi
| ''ianu Sol° Selected. . *
ntertain the I,. Miss Hyern. £•
A o.i next Monday evening tr8 to So,° "'t Was a J)iv:un. ' ! ^
mu of Mi a Metta Lytton i Mrs. liertha Bench. *.t-
"r'l" Filih and Husband Sts. ' ' Vi"K« Piano Duett "Menuetto."
Mr. and Mrs. I. Taylor. '
Ladies Quartette—"Hosesami Violet:." iii'i
•lil-.i i- ',' *" ,:"n" 'if delivered u
"« I ""If'.did address |a#t Sabbath
Hinton gave „s u kind and en-
couraging k,r .e|,|n;,
'i'hc V. \V. C. A. will
V. M. (
U tr'U of Mi,8
:v-?*-*r« -*?« w&Fi W&
- ifSur and razor grinding a
bi.'m js'r, West Ninth.
i'hc republicans of Guthrie were vic-
arious in their city election.
Have you been in that neat little
lunch room called The Br.iwni ?
«jj.j Revenue Collccter Cliaj. Howard
... i was in the city yesterday.
Far Fire and Tornado
Insurance call an W, J,
II- 1'.. I. cker mover his family and
household goods to Pawnee yesterday
where he expects to engage in busi-| ^uf Wi iderselm
Hi.- Ladies Home .Missionary of the
M. I-:, church south, will meet with
Mrs Mceks at J;30 Thursday after-
Mesdaines Stevenson, Melton,
Reach and Miss Thatcher.
Piano Solo Selected
Piano Solo Selected
\ neal Solo 'Sing, oh Sing."
Mnsic' • Selection
Bass Solo "The Vanguard of the
King." Mr. C. A. Melton.
Recitation. jMr cline
Vocal Solo—"The Flower Girl," by
Levinin, Mrs. K. (). Stevenson.
% Come and see them ;lf
The distillery has been shut down
for the present ami no more business
jWi" be done until the next seasju
'j* i opens up.
I have n good acre property ,7 room
l"irn fruit and other improve-
Doctors prescriptions carefully
compounded by experienced
A complete line c5 Pa'nts, Oils
and Brushes, Stationary Perfumes
and Toilet Articles. Also a com-
plete line of Patent and Proprie-
W. H. HAND.
SUCCESSOR TO W. R. 'McGEORGH.
>WM *V>.f.\ v .*.■>. v •. >.v
• - Milo tim-
McAllister Coal, $5.50
per ton at Abercrcmbie «Sc
Miller. Phone 84.
I Ice ted a
011 Id havi
the counqil p
1' that $278 05 w
e for saloons.
Call at The B
the pastry line.
ro.vnie for am'
' t is only a short
Sav 1 that cotTee
hi til st ran-
rim concert to be given at the Meth-
idist church by the choir will be one
'f the n o.t interesting events of the
1:10 (nit and hear some goo
at Brow ni<
I* If. Bennet of Guthrie was in
t) )t >terday on I u ir:
t-'ash paid for seo< r:il hand school
* '"ks at the Fair. .SimiUi Main St.
Mrs. .f. (4. Spurrior went to Kiplej
«'?t« rday fur a nliort \ isit.
* rcabbage ^rown in 1901 call at
the Kansas (irooerjr. Phone 1-'?.
Kev. \ William* went to Shawnee
yesterday. He will l p al *ent for a 1
" < ek.
old pumpkin pies liko Mother
uted to make, at The Brownie.
The new set of officers will be sworn
The sun yesterday brought the kink Rt "eTl r,,8l,l"r meeting of the
■ ' " Council on Tuesday night, and their
bonds will lis received. The present
... I Council will hold an extra session
All seed fresh, and new-At Kansas «nlne time Friday for the purpose of
"Ut of tin
' he petition for a saloon at
w as rejected by
board of county
Call up The Rrowniu Short Order
when hungrf. I'hone No. 190.
'he I>a11.i (izi:Tre had calls for
finishing up their business, getting
things ready for the new ollicers
Gill's MarTelous Memory
It is said that K. (t. Oill, superin-
tendent of the model rooms in the
United States patent ollico, Washing-
ton, has an intimate knowledge of
every one of the 700,(KM) models under
"Ver one hundred sixty extra copies of |,js charge, though they range in in-
• undpy s issue. tricacy from a fountain pen to a com-
plicated triple expansion engine for n
If you want a good neat job of lath- i trans-Atlantio liner. Ilis marvelous
'"R with no waste of material, call on 1 memory for such things is the wonder
the Scott liros. at the Santiago restau- , ,,f „|| „ ho know him
James Uearen went up to Pawnee | The newly elected set of ollicers did
county yesterday to visit until today
with friends and to hunt
Admission 25c. Seats on sale April
ord at Holt's, No extra charge for
Col'ege A.nd Class Notes-
College Correspond cut.
j i he rainy, muddy weather lias in-
! intcrferrcd somewhat with the attend-
j aneo the last week.
| Mr. Gillette returned Monday, from
..■•ii. if i • ' - - j El Reno, his home, where he has boon
«'H trade for good bottom farm. I visiting hi. parents.
'1- Ml mum..
( 1 he young ladies who play basket
"re is ii - ,,,-t oider on south Me in j bail are improving in their work each
I"g run by Carl (Jvernmn. This is i day and in n shore time the A
" l,rSt b'"i,K' s l<::'d in l!lat bl cl: i wi" be able to send out one'of the I
j b; basket ball clubs in the terrilory.
j The youug men of the college arc
! practicing hard for Held day. The
! most noticable improvement is in the
.'nit put and hauitner llirown.
i buruie Burn?, the speedy
j splinter has enrolled and will
i I'art in the e iming atheletic cjnt
j "ne thing which the college lacks*
i and one thin- which it should have is
a li .-j|)ull team.
I he members of the junior clas> are
rehearsing each evening for the class
i exercise which begins soon,
I From College l'ajH :
Hie girls in freshman
| finish this week.
j The sophomores are through with
their lectures on the horse model. I
1 rofessor t handler iihs concluded to !
materially reduce the size of the new
engineering building—forty-live feet!
olT the width and one hundred off the!
One bright sophomore on being ask-!
ed by Professor Holier how to make a j
certain compound, answered that in!
the begining the Lord nude the heav-
ens and the earth anil the sea and all
that in them is, and that, as he wa's not
pcresent at the making, he could not
tell how this compound came to be.
Class officers of the freshman class
for the spring term: l'rseident. J.
Arthur I'eter; vice president, Frank
Adams : secretary. Miss Abigail Nel-
son: treasurer, Miss Hester Knauss;
editor, Marian Northup; poet, J. \V.
Kidd ; sargeant-starms. Arthur Tarr.
! rof. Tucker required the sophomore
composition class to write taking for
the topic, "Wind of Oklahoma," dur-
ing the windy spell last term. But
when compositions came in entitled
"W ind" the professor saw his mistake
and repented. And when he read that
the wind would cause the dignified
professor to chase bis hat as quickly as
the humblest junior prep he felt worse,
but he faced it out and used the blue
pencil no more freely than usual.
WE can give you good prices
on all kinds of Lead and
Iron Pipe work. Bath Tubs,
Sinks, Bowls, Yard Hydrants,
Street Washers, Hose, Reels,
Nozzles, Sprays, Anything in
that line we have at right prices
and all work guaranteed, See
us on anything in this line.
GEO. H. SMITH,
SUCCESSOR TO J J. SHAFFER & SON.
season. < >me i
| 1 have a good
■ house, pood wel
I bottom farm.
i acre property, 7 room
. barn, fruit and other
will trade for good
•">•11 T. Mi .sii.ii i..
The building of the new walk by the
I Santa Ke and the new cross-walks by
the city, should be a starter for those
property owners who are without
j walks around their lots.
The peach crcp has not been injured'
by any of the cold spells and frosts antl
'if the weather will continue in one
temperature no fear need be hid in re-
gard to a large crop, not only in this
county, but thoughout the territory
Apricots are slightly damaged. All
other fruits will be in a fair dition.
if* will I ^
I ^ TTTTif
11 with! A WE PRINT
•K Letter Heads, Note Heads,
Bi|l Heads, Statements,
.1^ Envelopes, Due Bills. Notes,
mi Mortgages, Checks, Dodgers,
m Andjin fact Everything. ^
We have the best Equipped Office in Eastern Oklahoma
^ and will make HOTTOM PRICES 0„ all work, quality "
considered. If you want anything, remember that lucky
^ number 'Phone 13.
I not cut down the average when it
comes to weight. Add the weights of
it ho councilman of
the first still
1 m unim iniifii ui iu« 1 irst, ami
I nsure your property f"urt'' w"*1!*. t<> thi add the weight of
rainst wind storms. ,tl,e]'res"'am**or- Tnk0 ,hu wei«ht
J. E. Munhall & Co.
against wind storms." m.yo,
■ p-«. . 1. | of the newly elected mayor and the
two new counciltnen, add, and divide
each number by three and take the
difference of tho averages and it will
be seen that the city has made a gain
in the Tuesday election.
Mrs. Hobart who has been at the
t'ottnge hotel for the past several
mouths went to Chickasha yesterday.
A. H. T. A-
A special meeting of the presidents
of the sub orders of A. II. T. A . of 1'
Co., is called for the 4th Saturday in
April to meet at Ingulls.
Hy order of county president,
*1 ■ II. Andrew*.
Laud Leases For Sale
I-1(10 acre lease for stook ranch on
Arkansas river in Oklahoma. II.l'iio
will buy the lease for o years, $240pay-
able in advance yearly.
Also one section of farming laud, all
can bo farmed. iiOc per acre for the
Hrut three years. Sou
"M) T. Ml ntlai.l.
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE
(Established 1894) '
Paid up Capital - $25,000-00
Surplus . 1,50000
H. K. Hand, Pres. Frank J. Wikoff, N la-Pr.s, c. A, ItneMon, Casliter
Money always to ,oan on good security. Kami loans at low-
est tates, on plain terms, with single mortgages and all nn.
pers retained in the bank. Business respectfully solicited.
\ ice President.
The Stillwater National Bank.
Capital Paid Up, .
Surplus, . . . $I,S00.00
' SUIIw.1,, 3Uto II.U, Oi.nl«rt UM.,
U*ra1 Rankin. . i
S. Come *jul see us. We.Want Your Patronag*
Does a General Banking Business.
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Neerman, Charles F. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1901, newspaper, April 4, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115970/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.