The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 105, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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BMOKE WtttWATEtt'S BEST.
Did you know it rained iMt night?
Notice the new ad* In this issue.
Whipped cream soda drink at Hand's.
New wheat flour will soon be in use.
Perfecto and Little Duke smokes, tf
SMOKE THE MAPLE LEAF CI-
Those eold drinks at Hand's drug
jtore. Try them.
Fine ice cream at the candy factory
every day. tf
meat every day at
Push the good work and help im
prove the city.
Creme De Menthe, a good drink al
Powell & Brown's.
Wanted—Good team in exckang*for
fine residence lo ts.
<") j^w. keiicb.
The hot weather is liable to make
some drowsy institute people out of
those who otherwise would be rather
Powell A Brown are furnishing a fine
Roman punch drink. Just try one
which is 011 tap any time. It is excel-
The city is not bothsrud with a band
nor a base ball team. But sometime it
ii a good thing to be tothered by such
Crushed fruit with jour drinks at
Hand's. Exclusive right on the ice
cream manufactured by the Candy
He got a punch,
punch at Hand's, tf
It wan a Roman
The train was 1 hour and 40 minutes
Ute this afternoon.
A fine new drink at Hand's,
whipped cream Soda.
Whipped Cream Soda
Hand's drug store, tf
at W. H.
Miss Mattie St rutin returned to tier
home in Albany Mo. after a pleasant
visit w iih Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Moore
in this city.
There is so much in the way of im-
provements going on along Main street
that it is even very disagreable to pass
along the street,
Miss Myrtle Black, of Guthrie, who
has tieen in the city for several days
visiting friends, returned to her home
Wanted—A girl to help do house-
work and live as one of the family or
will pay w ages. Not much work to do
Apply at this office. (27)
Nectar with three flavors at the Still-
water candy factory, tf
IceCream Soda;every flavor imagin-
able at W. H. Hand's, tf
A pleasant, refreshing smoke is the
Perfecto and Little I) jke. tf
A. L. Southard and wife went to
Pawnee today for a short visit.
Mrs. Morris residing just north of
this city is still dangerously ill.
Cash paid for second hand school
books at the Fair. South Main St.
Blue Hibbon phosphate, a tine drink
at Hand's. All kinds of drinks, tf
The Stillwater candy factory makes
their own ice cream. It is tine, tf
The quality of the IVrfecto and Lit-
tle Duke is getting better all the time
The ice ceaui at Hand's is tine. Pre-
pared by the Stillwater candy factory.
You can get the finest of ice cream
and cold drinks at Hand's drug store, t
Chatnpagn phosphate : cool and rf
freshing. Hand,s drug store keeps it. tf
Mrs. Lon Holland and children are
making a visit with relatives in Kan
The clerks of the city are yet quite
worried over the final result of their
A rolling stone gather's no moss nor
does a permanent stone become pol
The best oil the market, a
product, is the Perfecto and
H. L. Dunn for electric bitters. Office
hours any old time. Sure cure or
money refunded. These bitters are
bandied by all first class dealers.
Lost—A three blade pearl handled
pocket knife somewhere in College
Addition. Finder will be rewarded by
leaving with the clerk at YouBt Hotel
(■}. H. Smith our young hardware-
man on South Main, who has been in
Kansas for the past week is now mar-
ried and will return soon with hit
The six week summer school whicti
is being conducted by Miss Catlierman
and Miss Clover has increased in num-
ber of pnpils almost 35 per cent since
This is the time of the year when
the woman on the farm requests her
husband to have plenty of wood
chopped for her to get dinner for the
Four prisoners escaped from the
county jail at Oklahoma (Mty Tuesday
night by cutting a hole in|the cement
fioor and tunneling under the wall.
One of them wa< a man held for mur
Chas. Dutton and family left today
for Kansas where they will spend the
L S. Spurrier is off on a trip at pres-
ent recuperating and looking at the
Mrs. F. D. Northup left this morn-
ing for Cleveland Okla.. for a visit of a
It is a busy time for the farmer now
that cotton chopping time and harvest
are on together.
In any business it is proper to pat-
ronise home industry. Smoke Little
Duke and Pcrfccto. tf
E R. Benetield and daughter left the
first of the week for a visit in Kansas.
Tbey will return Sunday
Mrs. Skinner can be found at Prof.
Btovens, and will do dressmaking at
her room or in families. (tf)
Far Fire and Tornado
Insuranca call on w> J.
Mrs. J. P. Martin who has been visit-
ing in the city for the past week and
attending tho college commencement
exercise* returned to her home in
Cleveland this afternoon.
Brown A Parker, proprietor* of the
L'p-to-date Laundry, have some very
unique and attractive blotters which
they will present you by your asking
Thsy are in the shape of a cuff and of
Miss Lula Hurdick, one of the sue
ceesful teachers who has been holding
a position in the city school* here for
the past year, will leave the first of the
week for Kansas where she will spend
the summer in various parts of the
state. _ _
As a result in the changing of hands
of the light plant in this efty darkness
will prevail for a few days at least
When the plant is moved and started
again the light accomodations will be
much better owing to the new improv
John Myers left last night for Win
field where lie will play with the ball
team there durring the summer. Th
\Vinfield team is practically the old
Stillwater team. Herron, Harlan and
Nichols are member* of this team.
These boys are formerally of Still-
A case came up in probate court to-
day involving the amount of $100. It
was Davis vs. Coke, where Davis had
sued Coke for this amount which he
claimed was due him on a note. A
note was given previous to the mort-
g*ge for 230 as it read. Mr. Coke
afterwards gave a mortgage for the
amount but the mortgage read for 180
which he claims is right. Evidently
there was a big mistake made in the
transaction of this business.
Patronize Home In-
dustry and smoke
Stillwater's Best and
Maple Leaf hand made
Cigars. They are pro-
nounced the best on
Homoeopathic phytieian. Nervous
trouble* In all of their form* treated
Special attention given to the treat-
ment of consumption and positive
beneficial results guaranteed. Disea-
ses peculiar to women and their surgi-
cal treatment. We have the largest
and most complete electrical outfit
west of Chicago and claim to be an ex-
pert in their medical application, X
Office room* ovar the First National
Climate and Crop Conditions'
Fair weather prevailed generally
throughout the week, the only excep-
tion being precipitation of the 30th,
when moderate to heavy rains occurred
over the section, being excessive over
lie southern Choctaw and Chickasaw
Nations, and western portion of Beav-
Temperature ranged over the section
from 91 to 36 degrees.
Light frost occured at scattered
point* on the night of the 26, but no
damage wa* reported.
Farmwork wa* in rapid progress ex-
cept over the localities where heavy
precipitation oocurred, there the crop*
are weedy, and need cultivation.
Corn is being cultivated the second
or third time, and is in good condition.
Cotton, owing to cool nights, is back-
ward in growth, and not looking so
well over many localities; it is being
chopped or cultivated.
Wheat is filling out rapidly, turning
and soft wheat harvest willcommer.ce
by the 8, over many localities; gener-
ally wheat is in fine condition.
Oats are heading out well, and are
The first crop of alfalfa is being
cured in good condition.
Barley, rye, millet, grass, Max, kaffir
and broom corn, gardens, and fruit are
in good condition,
Early potatoes, cherries, and straw-
berries are being marketed, and are
Stock i* in good condition.
Ackley Glenn W Baker A N
Bailey LT Barton Harry
Battles L N Bearhs Chris
Bick J Combel B A
Dyer J W Gerhoe Rosali
Hulwig Roy R Hayes Frank Mrs
Hays May Miss Hull Frank
Horton Jane .Tones J A
Johnson James Kent Florence
Lakins T C Mrs McLister J R
Mowery Ella McKee Sim C
Murphy Maggie McMichael llarken
Nichols Mary O'Donnell Carrie T
1'arden W A Parrack Mart
Pliipps B G Plester W
Potter C W Powell W W
Potter A H Reyer Frank
Stewart Elizabeth Stephenson H O
Scott John G Tharker Jno
Taylor Jasper Trimble William
Williams LT Weaver Vina
Please say "advertised" and give date
of this list. This list of letters will be
held two weeks afterdate of advertise-
ment, and then if undelivered will be
sent to th# dead letter office. These
letters have no return card on them
and consequently cannot be rctunred
to writer. Regqectfully,
W. N. Wai.kek, P. M.
KUMEmER WE N ALL DIM OF JN NUITIM.
Account Fifth International Convention of Epworth League, But
Francisco, July 18-21
San Francisco is an ideal summer resort—weather always oooL
Trip thither in summer, across high tablelands of New Mexico and
Arizona, is pleasant—air bracing, no oppressive heat or dust.
Best way to go is via Santa Fe Route, only line under one manage
ment, Chicago to San Francisco; daily trains to California, Fred
Harvey meal service, personally-conducted excursions.
On the way visit Indian pueblo*, and petrified forest, also Grand
Canon of Arizona—world's greatest scenic spectacle, now easily
See southern California—its noted resort hotels, idyllic valleys,
majestic mountains, smooth beaches and lovely islands, its old mie-
sions, its semi-tropic fruits and flowers, its great oil wells. Thto
important section reached via Santa Fe Route cheaper than molt
other lines and with greater comfort.
Extremely low round trip rates; liberal stop-over privileges;
choice of routes returning; open to everybody. All ticket agent*
sell viaSanU Fe Route. Descriptive literature on request.
Address W. J. Black, den. Pass. Agent, A. T. & S. F. Ry., Topeka,
Santa Fe Route.
...Stillwater Meat Market...
All kinds of Fresh and Salt
Meats. Fish, Oysters, Pic-
kles, Catsup, Horse Radish
Etc. Hides and Furs.
GEO. STEES, Prop.
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE,
Paid up Capital • $25,000-00
H. K. Hand, Prei. C. A. Hues ton, Cashier
Money always to loan on good security. Farm loans at low-
est rates, or. plain terms, with single mortgages and all pa-
pers retained in the bank. Business respectfully solicited.
\V. K. Williams, Clerk,
Frank Williams, Manager.
ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE COUNTY
RATES, TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Headquarters for Commercial Men. Sample room in Connection
W. K. and Frank Williams Props. Corner Eighth & Main Stl ¥ tillwater Ok.
Bank Commissioner Frank J. Wikoff
went to Guthrie yesterday and again
began issuing permits to banks to be- S. W,
gin business. Permits wer« issued
yesterday to the Lahoma State bank,
The Citizens State Bank of Medford,
and the Bank of Carroll. Thsre are
now twenty-five applications on file for
permits, and the number is increasing
'There are a great many applica-
tions," says Mr. Wikoff, "and it is al-
most impossible at times for any man
in this position to keep up with the
procession. The banking business is
out growing the facilities provided by
the territory for caring for it, and it is
increasing all the time."
The Hank of Cleveland, of Pawnee
county, has notified the commissioner
of a raise in cnpital stock to 125,000 in
order to nationalize.
The wicked, witty prodigal returned,
and in his old manner accosted hi*
father: "Well, gov'nor, I've come
back. Are you going to kill the fatted
calf'.'" But the old gentleman whs a
match for him, and saiil: "No,my son,
I think I'll let you live."
One good agent in every township
In Payne county, solicit for the Okla.,
Farmers' Mutual Ins. Co,, Perry, O. T,
Call at Rogers Real estate office
Stillwater, O. T.
( H. 0. Wabk, Co. Ag.
W. E. BERRY,
The Stillwater National Bank.
Capital Paid Up,
1 Successor to the Stillwater State Bank, Organized 1894.)
Does a General Banking Business. Come and see us. We Want Your Patronage
FARM f, CITY LOANS
In Payne, Pawnee, Lincoln and Noble
Counties, at Lowest rates of interest and
OF PAYMENT. See or Write,
SWOPE, JOHNSTON & COMPANY.
Stillwater, Payne County, Oklahoma.
BjlVk New and Second hand Wheels.
_ _ JP _ —, Sundries a full line. Novelty
Gun w Bioyole onop* work of Typewriters, etc., with
satisfaction. Opposite Bullen's lumber yard. J. B. Hoovkr.
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 105, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1901, newspaper, June 6, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115986/m1/3/: accessed May 28, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.