The Payne County Populist. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 1, 1900 Page: 1 of 8
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The Payne County populist.
itabltshed Sept. 1, 1892.
Stillwater, Payne Coanty, Oklahoma. Thursday, March 1.
Why Do You Trade
at Jones' ?
1st, Because you get the
worth of your money,
2d, Because you save
money by so doing,
3d, Because they give you
4 th Because on all goods
not as represented they re^
fund your money,
We Are Going to Sweep T
Another reason why you should trade at Jones*.
IravXVc^S.V1,M'givi"g' a ,Mis,idc in P™- '
All odd lots must be cleared out.
Now, that's what our "sweep" means.
lot of Men's Jeanes Panta
Lot dl Men's Cotton Pants •I'00 now 500
Lot ot Men's Odd Costa 1,00 Mw 50c
Lol of Boys' Odd Vesta worth 12.50 to 4.00 .... dow 91.29
Lot of Wen's Odd Sails ^ snd 75c now 25c
Lot ol Boys' Odd Suits worth $3.60 now f2.00
Lot ol Men's Hats worth $6.00 and 7.00 now 8.00
Lot of Men'a Still Hits worth $1.00 now 75c
Lot ot Men's All Wool Sox 2 60 now 48c
Lot ol Boys' All Wool Sox 1Sc now 10c
r now st '° per cent iees than tegular price W#rtb 15c aow «e
tat of Children's All Wool Hose
Lot of Misses' and Women's All Wool Hose worth 20c now 10c
Lot of Men's All Wool Undershirts ••••..Worth 25c now 15c
Lot ol Children's Little Giant Shoes 8Dd *1-00 now 50c
Lot ol Misses'Shoes —worth 1.00 now 50c
Lot of Udiea' Fine Shoes worth $1,25 and 1.50 now 78c
worth 2.50 and 2.95 now $1.25
Clothing is complete and up-to-date.
A good line ol Calicos at 5c.
"J" '■the ^ and (he pricc is rieht
Our fine ol Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing is
dry g^51"rfi°d " Jom' t° ** had at any well related
WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK.
JONES' DRY GOODS STORE-
Hill Robhtrs Caught. | Broom Corn.
► putj Manhsl Tom Taylor ti.„ v.- i
fnesday brought to Perry Tl'os 'foMhis crMn'ha"
Ibri.'k *1u « I | _ rr'P OMMd r. n. wal
,n"" «"h ■••««■"■
K mail „,k, f„nk thinking of growing it the
weeks aen ti n *"* rominK The growing of the
kaw,w1 -7 H " croP* comparatively a„nPl,. mat-
h, n|"n while lying , ter, but the curing and marketing
r contl r or"' ,D<1 riH,Ml of In more diflk-ult. It is usually planted '
1*4 with°th. crime ""n'r"'k ,hr"t' to '< stalks every fifteen J
sis, r «•.££*
Sheriff "st.TlTv !"*" b> ' " lh" eeJ ' ' "? ripe. The tops are !
Moriarlty was t"1 broken «fT l,out eight Inches from!
th* town Of II,Hi, °| ^,'*n h**d' "oed i" r'- i"v..,| by
n*b«I "knuSiTf WH" ,8,riPPer Th" bru,h " "owed to I
te the cleanln.. |n " <lry "hed8 0"'ler cover' "" rain
federal authorities thlnk 'hey TI T" I
- a pal of PhilbrinW i i '' ,he broom ''orn is hal«l and
There ia . n , a"' ro"rk*,'«l- A ■« the
i bl" 8 of;acraigO 'll naturally r.«ust in a fall
* '"twei-n the federal and ln Price. One fourth ..f a ton of
l'erry Republlcar curt"' broom corn to the acre is
' fair yield.
fl New IndMStru tor Chandler. . ... „
infractor (i k r„nn ^ I^ Reno poet I. responsible for
re I N large bank of brli-k clay In "He wan shot in old Kentucky
•ni y of < handler from which *'icn> they make the mountain dew,
,e mnnufactured flrst r!an§ vltri- an<1 l'10 mo^t,rs ^ed their habit s on (
l,rlek' A sample was sent t..' ,ot'evolver : "here you wake up |
min« raloiiit nt i u.m 1". lnorn,nK ®hot full of bullet
A at the Stillwater| holes, and lind your soul eompan-
(rumination and teetlng. Iona uro disembodied souls, lie was
llrl report was very favorable. ln "'d Kentucky where their aim 1
"H hack a small brick made of '* ,rup. #nd the principal
amiisetnent in nhootiflg people j
through; where the doctors uae as;
medicine for all the human ilia, a
dose or two «>f bullets instead of giv-
- i«—• iu any or the vitrified P'"8, "l> WftH ahot In old Ken-
that have hetoi hm..,.ki i I where feuda grow on the trees,
abroad and ,,, , f ,nd " bu!ll>t" (ro' «• rlllei l.u/«
now bait l>('rior 10 'be lire through the air like bees, where the
naCii , m*"u,*otured at Ok- Instruments they play on when they
y* If Mr. Tenn can aecu'-e 8 dance or hop are their musical
revolvers, and they call off with a
pop. I have heard that old Ken-
tucky is a line old commonwoath;
that the women are all noted lor their
benuty and their health ; but I'll stay
In Oklahoma, where the women cut
less figure, and the mon are not so
hasty, nor so quick to pull the
' hk inaue or
1 } w ileli had been subjected to
• ^at hut not to the pressure
" manufacture, and the
" • e'|Ual to any of the vitrified
, <■1111 can si
' that win ,nlbl0 h|m ,o
vlll lni'0,nPe'itlon with
nl! u" °tl,er Point. h« will
mLS Ti" ',rlCk ,HCt°r)' h"e
'• Tlll Industry will be a
ywayInt*rPrl1" ,n Ch#n,"«,f In
t produel'1'* 1)Uk*'" Durh m *
We pay "cash" for school books,
ti Thk Rackkt.
Commtrolal Club Meetlna.
The Commercial club met in their
rooms in the King building last Mon-
day night. President Shaffer presided '
and considerable amount of business
The enmmittee submitted the by-
laws and constitution of the club and
on motion the same was abopted.
On motion the library association
was invited to meet the club in their
ro"ms Wednesday nitfht to discuss
the library project and formulate
plans for its establishment and main-
Mayor McOeorge stated, in a full
and concise manner, the views of the
city council relative to the water
works project and explained, lnde-1
tail, the plans and specifics!ions the !
council proposed to adopt in case the
vote for the bomU carried.
Several members spoke at length
voicing their views on the subject
anil were unanimous In their de-
cision that water works for the city j
should be installed a* soon as posai-1
ble. In the course of their remarks
they showed conclusively tho benefits'
that the clti/ens of Stillwater would,
receive through a waterworks system I
—protection against loss by lire, re-
iluccd insurance rates, uml ample and I
unfailing supply of water for street
and lawn sprinkling, hot and cold I
water in residences, hotels and busi-
ness blocks, for lavatories, closets,
etc., and all at at a reasonable rate.
On motion a committee was named
by the president for each ward to
Intorest tho citizens in the matter
and to have them register in order to
vote at the coming election.
On motion the secretary was in.
structed to draft s resolution endors-
ing the Industrial Edition of the
Popur.tNT now being compiled.
Tho meeting then adjourned to
meet again next Monday night which
being the first Monday of the month
Is the regular business mooting ot
The following parties were granted
licenses to wed by Probate Judge
Mums since our last issue :
William O. Porter and Martha
Hrownca, Perkins; Roy Wood and
Bert hie Smith, Perkins; l|,.„ry C
Henohner. Ws, and Julia Hood,city
George W.: Wilcox and Addie Mocley,
Hie v""n'.£i "!? '):■ Scrillu'r u"d Mill-
nic M. Hraler, Perkins.
At the council meeting Tuesday
night the report of the finance com-
mittee was read and on motion the
committee was given more time and
instructed to give full report of fire
I extinguishers sold by the city. The
committee on public improvements
presented a report which was read
and placed on tile. The report of the
deputy district clerk in regard to the
condemnation of right-of-way was by
motion placed on tile. On motion
the special right-of-way committee
appointed to investigate right-of-way
for side track on 12th avenue was
discharged. The bond of H. Bahntge
as president of board of councilmen
was approved. On motion \\\ H
Johnson was allowed to continue his
auction sale provided he does not
increase the stock. At, ordinance
providing for a city election was pre-
sented and adopted. A few claims
of minor importance were allowed.
t|n invitation of the commercial
club the library association met with
that organization at the club rooms
a t evening. The plans for raising
funds were discussed ami the associa-
tion members reported the action
they had taken to secure outside
financial aid. All present agreed that
a public library would bo of general
benefit to the city being, as it is, an
educational center. It is to bo hoped
that the elforts of the association
will bo crowned with success, and If
concerted and earnest efforts will
bring about the desired end the libra-
ry will he sure to come.
ftdvlw lo Llteraru Aspirants.
In submitting manuscript for pub-
Ication in a magazine, the placing of
the author s full name and address
at the head of the first sheet, and the
inclosing of return postage, are uni-
versally accepted by editors, as suffi-
ciently indicating the fact that the
article is to be paid for If it is pub-
lished, or to be returned to the au-
thor if it is not acceptable. Letters
are usually sent with manuscripts,
but are really superfluous unless
some special explanation is necessary,
A price Should be put upon a manu-
script unless the author has posi-
tively decided not to accept any
smaller amount.—March Ladies'
Messrs. 8. S. Williamson. Samuel
1 nomas. J. J. Leehy, John Anderson,
M. A. Thompson and A. W'eleher
six prosperous farmers from tiarner'
lows, arrived in the city last night.'
I hey have been prospecting In Okla
honia for several weeks and are now
looking over Payne county. In an
interview with a Populist reporter
they expressed themselves as best
satisfied with this county for diversi-
fied farming and will probably locate
Wanted: —Partner with $500 to
join in developing and patenting a
new spring motor power that will
stand the test of the closest investi-
gation. A new idea and a splendid
opportunity for the right party Ad-
dress James S. Diehl, Stillwater Ok
Died—Thursday, February 22, at
bis home in North Cimarron town-
ship, T. \V. Simmons, aged 52 years
ol lung fever. The deceased was a
pioneer of Psyne county and posses-
sed a wide and favorable acquaint-
ance, He leaves a wife and family
who have the sympathy of all. In-
terment was mad* Saturday.
Died—Tuesday, February 27th, at
the home of her son, Win. Oonfry in
Clayton township, at the advanced
age of 12 years, Mrs. Esther Confry
Interment will be made in Kalr Lawn
I.lizie Flowers, the infant daugh.
or of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Flowers.
1J miles northeast of this city, died
Friday evening of last week of whoop-
Ing cough and wss buried Saturday.
Don't buy an out-of-town cigar
when Durham's home product Is
better. Perfecto, PufTwell and Little
Duke—everybody smokes them, tf
A. L. Klmple, the popular auction-
f^r *Jw*ysgeta the highest prices at
HI. salts. jj-tj
Georgt Rlcker Dead.
After an illness of five weeks of
pneumonia fever George W. Ricker
died at his home in this city, Tues-
?£„morning at 1 o'clock, at the age
of 32 years. Mr. Ricker was born In
Lake county, Ind., where he resided
with his parents until he went to
Kansas in 1889; from Kansas he
came to Oklahoma in 1891; for eight
years he had been in the employ of
K. O. 8te enson of this city as un-
dertaker, and his value in this ca-
pacity was proven by his steady em-
ploy men t. He was married in 188T
to Miss Eliza M. Ricker who, together
with the three children which have
blessed their union, survive him. Be-
sides his own family the deceased
leaves three sisters, Miss Louisa
Ricker, and Mrs. Viola Gilbert, both
of this city, and Mrs. M. Cottrill, of
Paradise township, and one brother
Hiram Ricker, near Ingalls, tomou'rn
Ills departure. Funeral services
were conducted today at 2 o'clock at
"ii Vi jj01""0'1, under the auspices
of the Odd Fellows lodge of which he
was an honored member. Rev R F
Myers delivered the funeral sermon
and a large number of friends fol-
lowed the remains to their final rest-
ing place in Fair Lawn cemetery.
The bereaved family have the sincere
sympathy of all In this sad hour.
The Cars in Thirty Daus.
V ork was commenced on the large
railroad bridge across the Cimarron
river at Ripley last Friday. It will
require about fifteen days to com-
plete the structure and fifteen .lays
to lay the rails into Stillwater, lienco
in thirty days from the present date
we may expect to see the iron horse
of tho Santa Fe make its first appear-
ance in Stillwater.
Clevland Moffett gives nn account
ini McClure's magazine for March, of
Edmond Rostand, the author of the
most notable and popular drama of
modern times, "Cyrano de Bergerac "
He will portray Rostand as he
came to know him through frank
autobiographical talka with him In
f ii.ow? itu,13r> «nd also through
«l«s about blm with Coquelln and
Bsrnhartd, who hava taken the great
farta In Roatand'a leading playa.
Ho article will be full* iiinitnijui
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