The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, April 12, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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SMOKE "STILLWATER'S BEST'
kiiid^l or,,he liule p,rls f,f "le J'ol|y I
k,lid < ul I'll «t Hie oflic
Had you Ever i
Mg of It 1
I list 2-3 of your |
is spent on §
r Feet, then I
, . ,i •r"g"P'i McXoal and Dennis Flynn
| announced iliat th.-v hrd I ti'l",leaVl' for' w,,tl"ngton today for n
I themselves into a body ,.„|lt,i hi 1 colm,ltll,ion wi«'> Secretary Hitch-
!''•«■ K-elub. These «£' l"Ie t,- a . ",e "r"id"nt ,he
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* For Ladies
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C:n'e'v- hy the art of
S"T, l"'"bRl,ly lo le ni
their I ■" h tl,P>' C"!' *«t«-toin
their big sisters' beau*.
The following are the names of the
meinnrs. l.ena Manner president,
Gertie Beery vice president. Kmma
>,celey secretary, Alfarelta Undi.
treasurer, Gay Chaney, Una Single!
ton and Grace Kelley.
Freeman K. Miller is i,™ ofli<;i
over the First National Bank in the
rooms recently vacated hy Dr. (J w
O. II. bemhart, who has been in the
city for the past three days, went to
Oklahoma City yesterday. He will re-
turn ilie latter part of the week.
All WIDTHS and TOES
& * & * * * •
Notice the new
trawberries at Norris
zey Vent to Pawns
"J" of the Texas
Cash paid for second hand school
books at the Fair, South Main St.
The college preliminary oritorical
contest will be held next Monday
night. The admission is only Shi.
Seats reserved without extra charge.
•t ar FirE and Tornado
Insurance call on W, J,
W. 8. linsley who has been confined
to his bed for the past seven weeks is
now able to be out. lie for some time
thought there was no chance for re-
covery but by (he medical aid of l)rs.
Murphy A Yates he is all O.K.
bev. Hawley who was announced as
eoming from Oklahoma City Sunday
to preach at ihe 1'resby terian church
li« written that it will be impossible
for Inn, to be here. io it j, not known
ss yet whether there will be services
•t tiiAt church.
We want 1,000 cents worth of Second
Hand goods. \\ c go according to our
pile and opportunity, but if you haye
anything to.ropair or sell, call at Orr
A Bi.ociw, Second Hand Store, West
It is claimed that the new city mar-
thai knew be would be elected and that
for the past year he has been raising
dogs. You know they pay *| ;l|,je(.P
for killing dogs and he certainly would
not want to pay the tax of fl each on
rhat is all he has now as two ran
olT anil one died.
There has been no change in ihe
gubernatorial situation. Kverything
indicates that Flynn will not insist
very strongly on the appointment of
Mr. McN'eal. Itispointod out by the
enemies of Manias that should a con-
test arise between McNeal and Jenkins
Barnes would be oertain of reappoint-
The Special Indian allotting agents
for the Wichita Indians took the Held
The agents have already familiarized
themselves with most of the territory
and are becoming familiar with their
duties. The allotting will be pushed
as rapidly as possible.
Goebel Uase Jury-
The work of selecting a jury in the
Goebel esse in Frankfort. Ky., has been
completed The jury are all democrats
and are farmers living near the city.
Garnett Ripley, the accused, entered a
plea of not guilty, at the conclusion
of the reading of the indictment.
M'Kay Talked of Candidate.
Colonel Nathaniel McKay of Guth-
rie is in Washington watching the pro-
gress of the governorship light. He is
being talked of as a candidate for
Barnes' place should Barnes fail to be
landed, but at present is an ardent
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to give notice that I will „„
longer be responsible for any debts
contrasted by my wife ; she haying left
my bed and board without just cause
or provocation. Qhkn Kei.i.ek.
V-' y.-; y. y y y.\- y.v,£Lr,
Doctors prescriptions carefully r-
compounded by experienced ^
A complete line of Paints, Oils fi
and Brushes, Stationery Perfumes ®
and Toilet Articles. Also a com- P
Plete line of Patent and Proprie- ffi
tory Remedies. g
W. H. HAND. I
SUCCKSSOR TO W. R.'McGEORGE. ^
8*er h a* in Ripley
IteiMor and razor grinding at «*i:it &
Btoi iVe, West Ninth.
I 'gotism is an alphabet «f only Ouo
1 o goi11 Olliee rooms for rent.
II. B. Hi'fitov.
Special sale of wall paper at North's.
I.'irgest stock, finest patterns.
I. .1. Job tipton
Ok la were in the
■redit at llie
and wife of liryan,
goods will he sold on
I'alaee .Meal Mai kf I.
A fair day to-day. so the fore
-aid. and don't you think it ha- hit
Americans are the only people in the
world who throw open their workshops
i to foreigners, reveal all their processes
and methods to them and then sit hack
serenely confident of their ability to
j improve on their own methods before
; llieir rivals can make use of those they
have imparted to them.
Uev I Mi vail an Iowa Christian minis-
, ier will loch,re :,t the Christian church
to-night on the subject "Infidelity.
Catholicism and Christianity." This
will be a very interesting subject Hncl
; with Ke\. DuVall's power of delivery
1 makes it even more so. All slionld at-
tend this meeting which is free to
l armers are expressing no little
alarm on account of the little green
bug or louse that is working on the
wheat fields. This is the same insect
that attacked the wheat fields in great
numbers just before harvest last year
doing no little damage. By some it is
called the Hessian tly. but whether it
is the genuine article or u.>t is a dis-
puted question. At any rate the indi-
cations are that they will answer the
same purpose and much damage is
J. B. I'ierc
four day boarders
*'s on South I.owry.
Kit Carson and wif* have
S-pou ud boy at their house,
will name him Kit.
Some young guy who wished to let
the city people know that he wore
diamond ring made a do/.eu or more
marks in one of the plate glass win-
dows al K. L. Steen's store. A
way to let people know that he has
i such a piece of jewelry is to gel out
| posters or something of the sort rather
press tlm" n,ar th,> ,"oks of *" expensive
lain,-! K1*'" "r other valuable property
M r s.
I L. Brown will clean and
your clothing this week at the
, i„mi. o-.. i . fellow fell in the branch on
John Osbnian t.,m lOtterhusch and ; Smlth ,)uck Wedne,d>y nj ht t|
. w^c up from (,uth-1 fa„ he jer||M, h|, h,nd fwm (ii> pocke(
rie yesterday. j and with it came his roll of bank notes
I nsure your property e'0,> *hioh bt loitio the thasi, lie
aarainst wind storms. ;
J. t. munnall Ol UO. j city he will ask IfiOOO. five hundred
he claimi will be worth more to him
K M. Blancett went to Oklahoma
' ity yesterday moruillg to attend a
meeting of the Fraternal Aid.
ow than #5,000 in two weeks.
S. I.. Parker, of I'ansler, lows, wsa
in the city yesterday, having come
over from Custer county and Kl Reno
the day before where lie had been on a
land prospecting tour with a view to i
buying, lie looked at several farms
here and ex pressed himself as being
The preliminary oritorical contest of, better pleased with our country than
the A .V M college will be held in the the "west side, 'and may conclude to
l.osr:—A double pocket hook; con-
taining about 7Ac and some papers in
o#c side. Finder please leave
It seems to be very confidently ex-
pected by the 1'resident and Secretary
Root that the improved conditions in
the Philippines will make it unneces-
sary to recruit the army to the full
strength authorized by Congress. No
""Its will stop the recruiting until
General MacArtbur and the Taft com-
tniifion have been fully heard from,
!>ut both the President und the Secre-
tary of War ore fully determined that
no more men shall be recruited than
are considered absolutely necessary
to meet the conditions, and both will
be extremely gratified if the total of
the army can be kept far below the
maximum fixed by Congress. Neither
wishes for a large army unless it is
necessary, however much the opposite
may be asserted by the "aunties" who
try to make it appear that the Presi-
dent is reaching out after a crown.
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.
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE
(Kstablished 1894) '
Paid up Capital - $25,000-00
SurPlus - 1,50000
H. K. Hand. Pre,. Frank J. Wikoff. Viee-I'rea. C. A. Haeston, Cashier
Money always to loan on good security. Farm loans at low-
est rates, ot. plain terms, with single mortgages and all D«-
pers retained >n the bank. Business respectfully solicited.
E. E. GOOD,
The Stillwater National Bank.
Capital Paid Up, - $25,000.00
Surplus, - $1,500.00
1 Successor to the Stillwater State Bank, Organized 1894.)
I oes a tieneral Banking Business. Come anil see us. We Want Your Patronage
college chapel Monday night, April 10
This contest will he an interesting on,
"'id a good attendance is desired.
locate near stillwater in Ihe near
future. While in town he wns ths
guest of his sister, Mrs. K. 1>. Northup.
I'armer hunston. Fred Funston's
father has the following to say about
his distinguished son :
This ia the first time I ever saw his
mother worry. Fred roamed the desert,
invaded Alaska, went to Cuba and the
Philippines, and she never lost her
faith that he would come out all right.
But she distrusts the Filipinos, and
when she heard of this exploit she be-
came worried and hss been uneasy
ever since. We were puzzled that his
wife let him go, and my wife had been
congratulating herself because Fred's
wife was with him down in that island
to keep him from making any desper-
ate attempts like this, but 1 expect he
went out the lisck door and she found
out afterwards where he had gone, tt
would be just like him. He tried what-
ever he set his mind o and accom-
plished most things. I am very glad
it is over. Tor every step was full of
danger And failure meant certain
\\ hen we make faun, loans we do
our own examining. No delay.
Swope,'Johnston & Co.
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, April 12, 1901, newspaper, April 12, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115973/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.