The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 135, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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DAILY GAZETTE busihebs pbisciplls
CUIUS f. KEUU. If f MhMli*.
USTU I. CIFF«. E«tt r
Farmers Have Prices Set on Their
Farm Products Both
One year in advance >4.50 I
Three months 1.201
One month ^ j
1 **•*• i* • successful business ■
man who let. the other fellow put the
r-ntered at the postoffiee at Mill
water. Payne County. Oklahoma
*cood c!a ? mtil matter.
is for no great deed that he
About one-fifth as many people
register at Lawton as at El Reno
• — . j ui \Uf
price on hit product* both ways When
he buy* good* he usually has to pay
"hat the wholesale tits for them, but
he name, ,he selling price* and sees
that the articles ^.id bring it He
would no more think of closing hi*
•tore and going aw,y fo he!p another
merchant in bi* store than he would
';n* of to the moon. Were
• i.y man to employ such method* his
creditors would soon cW hi* store
These are just what the farmers are1
ca..ed upon to do and they often do it
farmer, being ,he producer of
tom® product* and the purchaser of
others, permits ,he other fellow to
price both. He doe* it because it is
the custom, we suppos*. W*e know 0f
no other reason. He «eii. his product.
^ ia the fast trains of the ^anta Ke
•cross high tablelands of Colorado.
New Hexk-o, and Arizona.
Midsummer in California—at sea-
side, or in the mountains—is deii-
< heap-rate excursions July S to 13.
account Epworth league Conven-
tion. >an Franciaco.
Wo round trip frf>m Stillwater to
'"an frraiicisco. Open to everybody
E. R. McCarthy, Ag* nt
% , , Inoochpr reigon FIp«s.;i. k; wi For bdl6 Lhddp*
Z£T "* °*to'=■ >
Ic Wh,t he a«ks. He will drop his ^a, ' "*W in *(>od
°*n "orb and go to help a neighbor K c- lincols.
stick grain just because he i* afra d • Stillwater National Bank.
he'P him "ack he will not he in . J?> W TT* ^ M" W of A lhe
fon to make demand* on him later t? , author:z d rate of on, ,
We have not seen any f , ' ,he round 'rip Ticket* on
way nut of some of the customs em- ' k!. < " f 31\>r',od returning Angust 1
ployed on the farm. They are here nher '"formation inquire of
e. li. McCarthy. agt
Account Fifth International Convention of Epworth
Franeisco, July 18-21 'Rue. Si
San Frar ,- ~co is .i, ideal summer resort—weather alwars en
Trip thuh. r in sumner, across high tableland* of New Mei. °
Anion a. is pVasant-air bracing, no oppressive heat or dust " """
Best way to go is via -anta Fe Koute.onlv line under one m.n
ment. Chicago to >an Francisco; daily trains to California J**
Harvey meal service, personally conducted excursions. '
On the ay * isit Indian pueblo*, and petrified forest .!«„
icve«ible Ar'"""~"0rW'* greaU,,t *" * ^ctacJe.' now ££
See southern California-its noted resort hotels, idvllic r,n
maj-stic mountains. smooth beaches and lovely island* its olH '*■'
*ioi.«. its semi-tropic fruits and flowers, its great oil well,
important section rea.-hed via Santa Fe Koutj cheaner ft,.,, "
other lines and with gr-ater comfort mu"
Extremely . « round trip rate.; liberal stop-over privily
choice of route* returning ; open to everybody \JI ti,.k -r
*' '■ BU;k' 0t"' " *• *'* <• «■ T. S S. F. R,.. T<wk., Kansas.
Santa Fe Route.
Every farmer ought to be able
to run his own farm ' without the
aid or consent of any other farmer
on earth." The quoted part of the ' Z*' T ""** of the em'
foregoing is a par.pbr.se on a one* ■ U™ "™ Tl"> >—
er. It is quite sure that each farm-! us °" th ' account. With ti,..
er ought to know his own farm bet
ter than any other person. He
ought to know the extent of his
help, his machinery and his abil-
ity to work them. In view of these
facts we can hardly see how Uncle
Sam can provide a map. made by
men who do not know their own
business, that will show to each
individual the crops best adapted
to his own farm better than he can
know himself. The parties report-
ing on the map making business
will find on one farm an excellent
farmer growing two or three kinds
of crops and on the farm adjoining
will be nothing but weeds. The
map will show on onefarm " wheat
oats, and corn: hogs and cattle."
and the next one to it will show
' weeds broken impliments and
weeds.' The man who owns the
weed farm will not dare grow any-
tning but weeds or he will make
the I'nited States map out a liar,
and that would never do.
us on that account. With the excen
tf-M of egg*. POCMOC, butter and a
0,her perishable product*, w.- can
«ee no good reason why farm product-
cannot be held until prie-s are satis-
*ct"ry. The pa«t has shown us that
Homoeopathic physician. Xmo0s
trouble*,:, all Of their form* treated
•Special attention given to the treat-
ment of consumption and positive
beneficial re*ults guaranteed Disea-
ses peculiar to women and their surgi-
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE
EttaMLohrd :Su|t '
Paid up Capital - ?25 000 00
Surplus - . 1,500 00
M , H-K H.od, C. A. HaMtaa,(MMr
Money a.wajs to loan on good security Farm lri«n..> i
% pl« frmi. with single Mortgages and Vll'tia"
"-Uin^ th" Business reap^tfull, wfc
ior?r the First Xational
paaiMa J, "J i*,' .'""P"'' "«rtaal °Wb
tained. Cribs and -rafarie w-i a ' SKO and cUim to b- an e*.
their part if the farmer nn^ X
. ,,e ,bou|d get ready to sta-k his
grain when the grain is ready and he
should stack without the "aid or con ! w*- i -
•M* Of any neighbor Oft Parth j P ,a- to South
J'JSt as necessary that he pu, „ 'n ' ; M.onest.ta, Those desiring
grain in a safe condition as it i f s?ri"**. I>ead-
him to help a neighbor save hi* ' *' M; .p."" .• 1 C'jty'" St' I>auI-
To know just what i* going on in • vanf, I'T Du!uth 'hould take ad-
buainess way on the fa-m i ) ~ i p , ?' #P Mt?s now >" effect
but.will require a system that will be Carthv. ,
Plain and accurate. If the books are 11 b*' No
•aid one of our rust-
nooks are ,. one ui
r they should a farmer niHV not ^ouril> inen before hn
only know the income and expenditure :toKI Keno to register.
of .l.Y^'Jr he Wi" kno" thecoSt!b.""ch " ^.d .ure that m f(e
«f all h.s products and, hen he i. sell- e,ght in the drawing. Veaterdar
" ' """ '■ ««"« i. aomeihiii. < -d- up mj „h„, J
i nJlTl""''^bl ' V-T'
D°^^rS Pr®scr'Ptions carefully
compounded by experienced
99>mP'ete line of Paints Oilc
tPorye^e°diePsatent a"d ProPrie"
w. H. HAND.
SI CCESSOR TO W. R. McGEORGH.
• *• I
th.ta,cr,.kep.„XV;t™:^|n w +rj tor a elaim
rtr.rCh.bette^U—than others | UP "<1 involuntarily counted
The United Sutes is jumping
with enormous strides into the
world's affairs and has become re-
cognized as a factor which must
l e reckoned with in all matters con- * oet
cerning the nations. Brother Joe- not *eI1 s'>oddy at
athan has become the business man CPn" "rh""'
- e—"-'suiaii omers
that the contest becomes an unequal
one. nnd u inf la ,
Of the world, and his European
cousins no longer laugh at his dol-
lars but realize that his dollars and
what the> represent are coming to
rule the world. The rapadity with
which this country has been tak-
ing the markets of the world is one
of the surprises of the day, and
Pierpont Morgan has more power
in his hand than any other mon-
arch. Not only in commerce is the
I niied States coming to be a re-
cognized force, but international
problems can no longer lie settled
by ignoring the opinions of this
country, and the time has now-
come when the voice of the United
States in influencing a decision
which rules the world politics is
regarded as second to none. X0
one is more surprised at this than
ourselves. The republic which,
for centuries, has been ignored as
a child on the European continent,
has suddenly become a grown giant
aud is respected and feared, bro-
ther Jonathan, who has been look-
ed down upon as interested yonl
in the almighty dollar, has come to
be feared as the force that is ot
dominate the history of the
Magazine." for July.
~g —..v* in • uiuiil
««* unrquai t e c^air8 >n th^ room. There were
one. and what is one man's loss j„ the - ' k"' w 1 '-ad a hunch then 1
guessing will be another man's gain ! "^ to dishing out tbe nieal. There
hat it goes and guessing is not satis- ' u,s b«^d potatoes. I counted those
factory after all. | -n the dish-eight Uu.ck as a I
■ J, business man will not keep an | "p"t into my pant's pocket and pulled
fenor grade of goods when the de- change there. 1 found j (lad
mand >• for a better grade. He will f nickels and three
profit of five or ,q.U8rU'17~®l«ht Pieces. I looked u;,at
''tr::wt,at time ui
•9 ^ -lii aWi ■ i, ,|
ui nve or
n cents when there is a greater pro-
fit on goods that are all wool and a
yard WIde. He will not keep goods in
'WaS Certain On my
sto^k ty n<rr J f?ooa9 in r t °Wn t®wn 1 Passed ^ ght buggies.
Hock that nobody will have just I*. f.g 1 9even lett,lr8 nd a postal card
cause he can get them cheap. Vet ^ evening when the laundrv.'
l What thp does who tTe" SaTd thPhW,,Sh- 1 0t*""d UP
Package-e,ght collars. I'll
"Vou are going to register"''
' Register Well, I guess, l^ok a,
those electric lights in that window
Count em. Eight. If. a cinch " '
frgsh /\NO cii^eo
tb«i just what the man does who
keeps scrub stock. He feel, that he
can afford n0 other because the scrubs
an be had for a song, and quite often
he sings the song himself He offers
h's scrubs for sale and the buyer says
1 don t want them at all, but if you
".I take so much for them (which will
Thl,! l"ck isonly a part of the
guessing business that is employed on
so many farms.
Up-to-date farming will not buffer
when it ia carried «n under business
principles. Whatever is sold shou 7£
•old w.th a view of getting what *
worth and at tbe same time giving the
buyer value received for hi, money
w not right to place the largest of the
fruit in the top of the barrel, „e t e
is it right that the stock and
buyer should be permitted to use the
wl LVf "ker th,< Wale' which
f"nn products. H j, busine,,
to see that the good apples are all
through the barrel and that the scales
the farmer s business to see that his
P'oduct. are placed on tbe market in a
most attractive condition. Everything
that requires tho^ht should be given
^ n'"ch ' reduired of it. N0 husi
f. " " V"* « example ot
I-nglifch in his l>ook. "ln India " It •
a feeble effort t~ '"'Ha. It „
gres«. Dt a nul"e
name as hi,
I of th ^ " S"'-' — and i.
IT preserving his <,.n,,r „f
Zz;:hz r r"u "<
I kiwi, st.iteinentR and |,is rr.lii^-
I —Stillwater Meat Market... |
All kinds of Fresh and Salt
Meats. Fish, Oysters, Pic- m
kles, Catsup, Horse Radish **
Etc. Hides and Furs. ®
GEO. STEES, Prop.
Governor Richards decided that
a notaril commission in Oklahoma
is good only in the county for
, which issued. This cast the legal!
work down to Canadian county
and the notaries in El Reno are
having a snap. However this is
thought to be a wrong niling. A
rush has beet, made for comniisJ
Hotel prices at the "places of
registration did not advance. A
cents Wls 5 cent* and is still 5
,.IhV!riff q"estion * a question
jure between Russia and th
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 135, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1901, newspaper, July 12, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115996/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.