The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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SMOKE "STILLWATER'S BEST" AND MAPLE
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LEAF HAND MADE CIGAR.
F. M. Heal of Btdford Iowa, is in the
BfrriM of all kinds on sale at Amoi
A Soni' grociry. tf
Hee Kd Hoach Hon for wall paper
blfore you buy. tf
John Mason of Glencoe township
was in th«oity yesterday.
Wantkd:—School, city or township
warants. Call at this office.
Cash paid for second hand rcIiooI
books at the Fair, Soutli Main St.
Mr. Payton and wife of Bedford, la.,
•re in the eity looking for a location.
Stettin's cel< lirated ice cream at
l'owell & Brown's lrrt sU every day. tf
I ry Powell At Brown's ice cream.
The latest from Wichita. (tf)
The lilter nm lal contest has bten
postponed until next Tuesday «vr«
< n# young lady in speaking of some-
thing funuy said: "That's rich, rare,
and well packed !"
Mow many streets do you have to
cross when you go home that have no
cross walks at all?
A fww more sidewalks could he used
to advantage, yet Stillwater is not 10
far behind as some places.
Meggers in love are like soldiers in
war: they mean to win yet sometimes
are lore I y defeated
When it is muddy it is more pleas-
ant to go out in order to be in than it
is on a ■iee evening.
One Ban in town purchased an in-
cubator the other day aad says he will
have fried ehicken by Sunday.
For Firs and Tornado
Insuranc& call on W, J,
Lost:—Home place on Main street a
lady s small hiaek purse containing
#6.56. Finder please call at this otlice.
When those people of the north cud
w ish to go to the postoffiee they hitch
up their family horse and take the
afternoon for it.
Mr Brown of the firm of Powell A
Brown has purchased, through Swope,
Johnson A Co., lots on Hushand be-
tween 4th and 5th avenue and \viI erect
Do you have pains in the eyes or in
head or temples over the eyea or do
you have sties or inflammation of the
eyes? Do your eyes smart while read-
ing? These afflictions are often the
result of an eye strain that is easily
corrected by glasses properly adjusted.
—Grady Bros. 89
C. C. Cooke went to Guthrie to see
the board of regents of the Langston
University to place a bid for the erec-
tion of some buildings for the univer-
sity. The board will have erected a
residence for the president of the col-
lage, a dormitory and an addition to
the main building.
W. H. McOeorge and family leftye?-
terduy morning tor Vinita, I.T., where
they will make their home. Mr. M:
George has become interested in the
Cherokee National bank as cashier and
one of the stock holders. While the
people of Stillwatet regret to see Mr.
and Mrs. McGeorge leave the city yet
they wish them all the success that ca
be had in their new home.
His Old Stand.
Yesterday evening George Pullman
closed the deal with Morris & Son
which made him the owner of his old
stand, the Palaoe meat market.
George tried hird for several months
to be content in ther lines, but could
not, and his many friends will be glad
to know that he will again be one of
the Main street business men.
House and four lots for sale, corner
of 4th and Duck street. Inquire at
residence. <9J) Gk<>. L. Holtkr.
Kd lioaeh A Son will furnish you
with \\«ll paper and bang it for you
for the same as you can buy the paper
alone elsewhtre. Try them when you
have work to be done. (tf)
A. A Muilier. the agent who re-
lieved K K. McCarthy during his ab-
sence. will go to Orlando to relieve the
agent there. Mr. McCarthy has re-
turned and will resume his work.
Posts For Sale-
I have 4'MXi good si asoned p• • sts for
sale in lots to suit purchaser. At my
p!a"e three miles nort east of Parkin
One young man in the city stepped
into a watch store and seeing so many
clocks and watches all running on dif-
ferent time asked as to which time he
should go by, and a lady clerk re-
marked that he could go by just any
You have all to gain and nothing to
lose by having Grady Bros., tent yonr
eyes. lu the lirst place we give your
eyes a scientilie test free and secondly
we guarantee ,'perfeat satisfaction or
wu change the lenses free or refund
David Clark, who a few months ago
moved to tliie city from Knid and pur-
chased Stillwater property near the
college made a deal yesterday by which
be obtained eight lots in the
Barnes addition. He will build a resi-
dence oa these lot* and his ton will in
the near future move from Perry to
occupy the property.
A part of the stroet fair people
passed through the city yesterday
morning enroute for Blackwell. One of
their number stated that the eutire
out lit went broke while in Pawnee and
that those remaining behind had to
fitay until they could get the cash to
get away with. Their fair shows, he
laid, had ju«t about made the big
split-up and he did not know what
would be the outcome.
The above cut is that of the new
First National Bank in this city. This
building is a very commodious one and
furnishes office rooms for Drs. Keese A
Janeway, and J. K. Water's abstract
ollice on the first floor, besides the
The basement is occupied by the
Democrat printing ollice and Johns-
ton's burlier shop. The police judge
city clerk, I>rs. Murphy A Yates, Dr.
Three times a week from Chicago
in Pullman tourist sleepers. Eg-
corted by experienced excursion
conductors. Second-class tickets
honored. Travel eomfortably and
Address Gen. Pass Office A. T. & S F. Ry. Topeka
E. U. McCabthv, Agt., Stillwater, O. T.
Graduating Class of The
Next Monday evening the tint grad-
uating clasi of the High School of Still-
water will hold their commencement
exercises at the Methodist Episcopal
The three graduate! who will have
the honor of being the first in the hii-
tory of the school of having graated
them diplomas are Kda Donart, Final
MeReynolds, and Charlei Thatcher.
An excellent program has been pre-
pared and lome very attractive pro-
grams and invitations gotten out by
the graduates for the occasion.
The class motto is: "Ratiene Non
Cain." ' By Plan, Not By Chance."
The following is the program as will
be rendered on Monday evening.
.Rev. A. E. DuBois
Miss Edith Patterson
Is it Worth Trouble"
Miss Eda Donart
"The Duties of Citizenship"
Finis K. MeReynolds
"Sing o sing"
Hon. B. K. Burwell
Richardson and Atterbury
"The Art of Irving"
a May Morning" (Uenza)
Mrs. E, O stevenson
Presentation of class Supt. R. II Ewing
Pn-M ntation of Diplomas Bo ird of Education
Benediction .Rev. E. F. Butler
I he bacca-laureate sermon will be
lf : , | preached ut the Christian church Sun-
ftiiu (tco. Murphy occupy good i„„ „ ,, . ,
. . ' morning at 11 o clock by the na«-
roomi in the sacond story ; c 1
3 tor. Kev. S. Williams.
Vocal Solo .
The building is a lo-at structure and
il one of the four buildings that go to;
make the attractiveness of Main and I
Jacksonville Asks for More As-
sosvn.t.K, Ft.*., May
Patronize Home In-
dustry and smoke: •Ta''ksont -,-e- Fi*-: May le.-xt
Ox* ii x r-i j_ l meel°' ©xtcutive committee of
otlilWclt.G! S Best cind the relief association the decision was
Maple Leaf hand made iin'iv"J st ,h*: the amount of money
f"io-ar« Tlievaronm 60 ('<">tiibuted for the relief of the
UI gars. ney are pt O- ti re lufferen was far from being ade-
nOUnCed the best on |<i"ato to meet the demands. President
the market tl>r!'er, Of the reJief association, Bish-
| op Weed, of the Episcopal diocese of
Florida and Mayor tioivden were ap-
pointed a committee to issus an ad-
day dress to the people of the United States.
The committee issued the follow ing :
"It is now ten days since the great
lire, and we are beginning to realize
the greatness of the calamity whicn has
belalleu us. We have received many
donations in the way of supplicsof food
and clothing but we find ourselves
confronted with the need of clearing
away the debrii and maintaining order
and discipline, trying to preveat sick-
ness and of caring for those who are
sick. It is impossible to render ll),(J0<)
or more hetneleis people without ex-
treme suffering : it ii impossible to
meet all the eases of need at onoe. The
saaitary conditions of this city uiuit
be perfected and maintained and un-
less we can have the aid of the chari-
table people of the United Statei, we
are compelled to acknowledge our in-
ability to cope with the lituation.
Only those who have been ia the eity
can realize the nature of the diitreis
of many who have been turned out of
house and home cau appreciate the
days of licknesa from the huddled con-
dition of the people ; making the sit-
uation here alarming. It will take a
large amount of money at the smallest
te care for the aetual needs and put
the city in a proper condition. Our
duty compel* ua to call upon the gen-
eroui and alwayi ready people ef thii
eountry for aasittanee la thii, our hour
Mr. Beard Dead.
Thomas J. Beard died Wedu
afternoon at the home of his son-in
liw. M. M. Denniion, in this city,'at
thu age of 78 years. Mr. Heard was
for some time confined to hii lied and
liis di atli was due. principally to old
age. and for the put few days lie lud
gradually grown more feeble until
death relieved him.
He was a veteran of the civil war
having lerved with Co. K, 86th Vol.
Inf., of Indiana. He lea\es an aged
wife, one son and a daughter, Mrs. M.
M. Dennison. The soa, George Beard
residui in Van Korea, Ark.
The funeral services will not be con-
ducted until the arrival of Mr. Beard.
GAS UNDER CONTROL-
Twelve Million Feet Capacity in
1 niiki'eshkni'k, Kan., May 16.—The
big (? • well which was struck near
i aney, about twenty miles southweit
of here, last week, and which could not
be controlled, hai llnally been capped
and the well is under control. The gal
•hows a volume of 12,000,000 cubic feet
and It is laid to equal any gas well in
the Kansai belt. The people of Caney
are making arrangementi to hare the
gas piped i to town.
-REMEMBER WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOS PRINTING
I SAY! SAY!!
jfj I have just received a nice line of
$ HANNAN & SONS FINE SHOES.
<^z^THEY ARE SWELL.^ss^
I OMER L. DUNN,
Call and see them. Also a line of
WILDER BROS MADE TO MEAS-
LHDIGS & GENTS'
is not the only har-
binger of spring—
there are others
not so agreeable--
Let me help you;
fight them this
year. Our prices on|
are down to bed!
rock, See them. I
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE, Ii
(l-stablished is«i) B
Paid tip Capital - £25 000-00
Surplus - - - 1 f)GOOO
H. E. Hand, Pres. A. Hi lost on, Cashier ti
Money always to loan on good security. Farm loans at low- g
est rates, on plain terms, with sinple mortgages and nil pa- B
pers retained in the bank. Business respectfully solicited. B
f (K2su£a ^
'E 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.
wet side. C U todty and see
Neat wortc in Boot and Shoe Repair-
ing. Guaranteed fit on orders
for hand made goods.. South Rain,
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1901, newspaper, May 17, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115981/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.