The Payne County Populist. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1900 Page: 3 of 6
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WE COME IN BLACK AND WHIT
THE RED STORE
Anyone ca!!l^anS 7 buys just as much at ** RED STORE as the Rich M.
Mst"0Snrn 111 PlaJin figures- The^fces dbek)w ^"J^h"06 !n.our business for you can see just what we offer our goods t
■ come and convince yourself one time that THE^rfSt^dc -e- are marked' and we can show anything called fo
=-~ - tnat^HE RED STORE is just what it claims to h*.
1 lot I'ilis go for
1 lot Needles i/ii fur
I l t Thimble, fur
! I°J J,"|' Thimbles, nlumiiiuin
1 lot Tablets for
1 lot Tablets for.
1 lot l cii Tablets for
1 lot Coimioiilioii books for
1 lot Box I'anJr for
1 Jot Lett. r 1'np r ixt quirt
I lot him Iu|h h 35 fur
I do*. Writing pens
1 doi Pencils.
1 lot 5 kind* Wire llair pins.
Soaps Smell Fine.
I liar goes f„r
I bar goes fur
1 bar Tar Soap for.
I bar Castile
I lot Face Powder
I lot Talcum Powder
I lot Cologne
I law tuttle May Kuin
1 lot Alarm Clocks at
1 lot cleKailt China Cluck- lit j|'
I lot K day Mrik. Clocks at
1 lot Merrais White 1-ram.
I lot Mariai* i>ak Frame
1 lot Shelf Mirror. <>ak Frame
1 lot for this Hal,.
1 lot "
j lot Tan and Black for
i lot (nit Kdge ;;;;
I lot Krencli llarns for
I lot Tooth Brushes fur
i I lot " "
] Jot Shaving Brushes for
I lot " "
1 lot Hair Brushes fur
J jut Clotlien Brushes fur
I lot •• ..
1 lot " ..
I lot Shoe Brushes fur
I lot Hair Net* fur
I lot " "
Mil! lot of Crochet Needles
this sale fur....
1 lot Kid Curlers fur
1 lot "
Kid Kloves in all shades and
pair guaranteed sell for
1 lot Finishing I'.raid
Ladies' and Misses'
Black and Tan.
. . .Li)
1 lot Ladies' Hose
Crash and Towels.
Jlrown Striped Crash.
Honev Comb, pair..
Hatli Towels, pair..
Linen •' "...
1 lot Horn Kin.- Combs fur
1 lot "
I lot White Horn Combs for
1 lot " •*
I lot Hlack. citra long
I lot Side Combs for
I lot "
I lot I'ockct Potnlw fur
I U t llorn Clasps fur
I lot 4
I lot " "
I lot Potii|MNlotir ('omit* for
1 lot I lair ('ritii)MTH for
I lot kubltcr Hair I 'ins. four..
1 lot Kxtra Fine
1 lot Curling Irons for
1 lot Iron Heaters for
1 lot Shear* for
1 lot ItuMx'r llatt le« fur
1 lot Missel
Lot 399 Dongola button .
Lot 266 " lace....
Lot i75 " cloth top.
Lot 212 " com. toe .
Ribbed Muse all sizes.St, | Lot 7H Kid common toi
12 ,J>ot 271 " " lace
T ti i i . '-r> 886 French Kid I.ace
T'H"ii Thread, best quality r, | Kangaroo Calf
~ _ (ilove (irain Mutton
Dress Goods Olove Orain common toe
('love (rrain Lined
of Trimming Silk 25,35. | T^ace
48. <5, and 85c per yard.
(Iray Mixed Shirts . . 12 ^
White Fleeced - - 15
(irey and Brown Fleeced - 25
Heavy Fleeced - - - 38
Extra Fine Fleeced - - 48
Cotton Flannel Drawers - - 25
Men's Work Sliirts 25
Buck Overalls 40
Brown Duck Pants 48
Wool Dress Goods
Cotton Dress Goods,
Hooks and eyes card
I lot Ladies' Belt for
1 lot "
1 lot •• "
1 lot Pocket Hooks for
1 lot "
i lot Ladies Purses for
1 lot 4* *•
grey and brown
in Novelties arc
lU | I lot
Ladies Garters and
I loi Crepe Paper..
' 1 'I Pocket Mirror-
1 1 lot Ladies' Gloves
Giving Colors and Designs
Plain Worsted. White. Hlack
lied, (irey, Tan and Pink/
Brocaded pattern—Mlack, Blue
purple, red. brown .
Double Width Serge-
brown, black, blue.
' )ur line 1
Our Checked Novelties come
assorted and catch the eye
Our Crepe and Camel Hair
effects iii Novelty designs ami
Plaids will please yuu
\ beautiful Black with white
• Striped Novelty
Our line of Fancy Serge in the
following shades are very
chick, black, steel blue, grey
_ navy and brown
Manuel I'reeoi, brown, black
High grade Novelties in all
the choice-1 designs, hand-
some effects 5,1 7
I Dress Gingham.
1 ard 1 Broadway Percale .'
I r.aurette "
j Extra " ...... ... . .
It*' | Black Sateen
Dress Duck, fancy pattern
•a 35 pieces Fancy English Flan-
i nelette, dark and light style,
•18c all go fur ........
-lOpcs American Flannelette
I Cotton Check
■1' * , Heavy Cheviots
Vulcan " ....
•20c | Indigo Twills
1 Light Grey Outing
Dark Grey and Blue Outing
' I Extra Heavy Striped
1 Ited Flannel
"to | Twilled Red Flannel
' Navy Blue
Brown Cotlon F!"nn,
I lied Table Linen
♦ I <J0 Plaid
Standing and Turn
Men's Sox, gray
- 10 and 12>£
Men's Black and Tan Sox
Negligee Shirts w ith collars
Men's Fancy Bosom
Our Corsets are O. K.
1 lot for 25
Kid, tip button
Red Kid, lace
13 to 2.
Calf, coin, lace
Tan " "
Satin Calf, lace
HOYS' SHOES—3 to 5.
Satin Calf lace
Congress and laci
Satin Calf, laco
Men's Plow Shoos
Oil Grain Plow sin
Tan Vici Kid
Boots all kinds
Yellow Tan, cloth
White Tan, O K
Calf, stayed seams
Buck, oil tan
Hog Skin • 1
Duck, husking t
Kid Tip button ..
Kid lace, cloth .<Bp..
Oil Grain all solid...
5 to 8
Grain Tip button
Glove Grain lace ]
Grain button heel
Tan. cloth top
I.DC.AL TIME TABLE Cotton if* again coming to town in |
A. T. & S- T. R. ~R
I :O0 p in
No 411 freight 1*:I• •: in
No 4U> pa«si iig« r
I BOM ill TIIEIK.
No. 412 fr> i^'lit !•" a in In p. in
Nu. 410 pas^ ng. r 3:06 p. m
1M inak«'<i connections with train,
Kansas City • xpr< N«> 4'^. leaving
Guthrie at 1:40 p. iii
410 makes connection with train
from Kansas City and tin cast. No.
H 7. arriving at (inthri- at l2:'J0p. m
E R McCarthy.
I rank \nnis is spending the week (
in Kansas City
M M Dcnnison is taking in the
Kansas City carnival
riii- rain ceased la<t Friday night,
after having continued a week.
Mr- A1 Sliively is confined to her
room with an affection of the heart.
Ill' has tern (Oklahoma passmger
trains nuw carry a |*>stal clerk, lie
went on the tir*t of the week.
£)u. barry itkksk.
Nervous and Mental Diseases
Ofllce upstairs in n< v\ llaU^H'k
building, went side Main St....
Residence in Sunnjside addi-
tion. iJuncan and Thirteenth
Stillwater - - - - Oklahoma.
BLANCETT & SCHLEHUBER
Palace Barber Shop.
Is the place to get a nice clean
shave, hair cut or ft hot or cold
bath. East side of N Main.
K <> Stevenson am! wife returned
Saturday evening from their trip in
the east, win*re Mr. Stevenson pur-
chased a large stock of furniture.
i :un au.'-nt fur Chat. A. SMpbem'
tailor made suits. I can show you a
line of samples that cannot be equaled
anywhere. tf josbimiink i'ikrc.
—all kinds of—
THATCHER and HIS BOYS.
Different sized boles drilled to
any depth and through anysub-
stanee. Old wells cleaned.
Call and see us. S. Main St.
I Hunter W illiams, editor of the
Mirror, passed through - vwn
Monday on his way to Wichita to
visit Ins family and attend the carni-
black chief 24082
Heads the Long llrsnch Herd.
Spring pigs by Kandow, Black Chief
and other well bred boars. I'ublic
sale November 2(1,
Stillwater, O. T.
DR. jtrb. CAGE.
Orown and llrldge W ork.
Olllce over McGeorgo's drug store.
I' No in. STIIAWATBK, OKU*.
n> y-JAWKWAY. M. ■ M "•
, 'i^^ Physician,
k ohhm* Up Htnii'a In front rijonm ovnr kmi Htore
If la aow Haliulffr iHiildltiff. Ilcildeiipo. Ki iwni.
Morrow | ro|M rty, im«r illw . will at
UEt*u«l all or
Jaek Bnidl r the tir^t city marshal of
Stillwater, was in the wreck on the
Santa Kc last Satunlay between
IN rkin- antl Ripley, .lack escaped
without injury and is nuw in town.
Mord Millard and family are again
residents of Stillwater, having moved
over from Perry the first of tin- week.
Mr Millard is a pioneer of Stillwater
and his friends are glad to note bin
Sheriff O. W Ann is left Tuesday for
the Lansing penitentiary, having in
charge Kd Vandorf and Will Dillard
<both colored), who will serve twelve
months fur grand larecny. .1 N. (toff
accompanied the sheriff for the pleasure
« f the trip
I. O. Ibggs, of tin Democrat office,
returned Sunday from Marshall. Mo.
where he wm called i ven dlji pre?!
ious by a telegram announcing the
dying condition of a sister. The
funeral had taken place when Mr,
Dlggs reached Marshall
S M. NVare has purchased of Will
Metiehee, the livery sttn'k in the barn
near the court house and has put in
new teams and rigs The deal was
consummated the first of the week
and Mr. Ware is prepared to furnish
the best in the livery business.
Simon Vollmer, of Henry township,
was a nlcimant caller Tuesday morning.
Mr. Vollmer vcrv much cnioys
Ocrmaii company ami although he likes
this part of the country, he becomes
lonesome w tthout those who converse
with him in the Herman language
Keeps 011 hand at all times
a full and complete line of
FR&SH and GURED MEATS.
Canned Meats, Kraut,
Cheese, Pickles, Etc.
Main St.. Stillwater, Oklahoma.
S. J. COTTvS, PROP.
RATES #1 A DAY.
WEST DIVISION 8TKKET,
Stillwater, - Oklahoma.
THE BED STOB
Catchy Articles for Fa
I'.. A. Lyons, of the Fair store is in
E. K, Beneliel has moved hisgriK'ery
to the lirst door south of Kilt/. Bros,
B. I- Brown and wife returned Mon-
day from a pleasant visit (if six weeks
in Indiana and Ohio.
G. K. Knowles went to Kansas City
the first of the week and will be absent
alKiut tell days having hiseye«treated.
The literary program of the Epwurth
League which was to have been given
last Friday evening was postponed,
owing to the rain, mid was rendered
.1, II Moore, of Walnut township,
has been suffering for the pust week
from the effects of a sting front a cen-
tipede. He was nt work in the barn
last Thursday ni^ht when the sting
■I II. Moore, of Walnut township,
was a pleasant caller at the office
Monday of this week. Mr. Moore and
bis neighbor. Hay lloss, succeeded in
capturing it large gray wolf in their
ncighlmrlinisl Thursday of last week
after a six hours chase with hounds.
The animal had been the occasion of a
(treat deal of trouble In the community
and Its captors an. entitled ton medal.
We are very anxious that you should visit our store nnu/ ,.
are showing by far the largest and prettiest lot of goods that it I ^
been our pleasure to offer. Our store is crowded ft? wfaca to «hi
elegant Un'e of W" 3re d°ing 0Ur be8t ,0 BeTthem in shaSe!0 $0
LADIES' JACKETS, CAPES,
COLLARETTES, Etn. ±
is unexcelled in quality and point of low price, while our splendid
department is worthy the especial attention of conservative buyers.
Ladies' Dress Shoes, 75c, to Clean up.
county6to'exchange>fo?TAF>LE a"d FANC* GROCERIES in P.y„.
Our Premium Department will be Discontinued November nt.
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Wright Bros. The Payne County Populist. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 4, 1900, newspaper, October 4, 1900; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117208/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.