The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 18, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 24, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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SANTA FE ROUTE
No. 412 nop
Wo. 410 1.4ft p. m
No. 411 10.00 a, m
No. 40* 1:30 a. IB
E. R. MCCARTHY, Ageht,
California Fair and Marine
suem will Exhibit at
Feb. 37, 28 and Mar. 1, 2.
In Two largest Railroad Exhibit Cars
in the World. The Leavenworth
Superintendent Dolphin, of lhe pub-
lic schools, visited the Santa Clara
oounty, California, exhibit at the Santa
F« depot yesterday afternoon, and
after going through the cars, tele-
phoned her indorsement to the Oak
Street and Maplewood schools and the
pupils there were furnished with card"
to see the wonderful display of products
of the .county and incidentally to see
the monster elephant shark. Pupils of
lhe other school will attend Monday.
The display is one that every child can
•M with profit." Admission 10 cents
T|R. C. W. ATTERrtWBY.
Graduate of the Baltimore College of
Gas Administered for the Painless Ex-
traction of Teeth.
Improved Methods in Plate Work aind
Bridge and Crown work a Specialty.
Six Years Experience.
orrics over first national bank
Stillwater, - • - Oklahoma
DR. A. D. CAGE.
Telephone No. 99
Office over new Barnes Building.
| Secret Societies.
gT. JOHN'S COMMANEERY, No. 4
Henry M Hand, Eminent Comman
A W Swnpe, G
Charlie Borrv, C G
C P Bullock, E P
C W McGraw, S W
N W McGinnU, S YT
Charlie Babooek, Warden
Sam Miller, Recorder
H E Hand, O V Small, G W Murphy.
J B Murphy, Past Eminent Comman
Meet fourth Friday of each month
FRONTIER LODGE A F and A M
C H Berry, W M
.T H Swope, S W
U N V\ alker, J W
C P Rock, Treasurer
VV J Hamilton. Secretary
Get. Sater, S D
R A Tramble, J D
Sardes Reynolds, Tyler
Meet every First and Third Friday
each moDth at High school building
Blancett & Schlehuber,
Palace Barber Shop.
First class bathrooms in con-
nection. Your patronage so-
North op P. O. Stillwater.
Up-to Date Barber. The only First
Class Tonsorial Parlors in Payne
County. All work Guaran-
teed First Class.
Hot and Gold Baths.
The Finest Line of Cigars in the City
Under First National Bank-
gTILLWATER IOOF, No. 0
Peter Babeock, Noble Grand
W F Jones, Vice Noble Grand
B M Wantland, Secretary
J K Webb, Treasurer
Leslie Thatcher, Warden
J W Thatcher, Conductor
Mr Allen, Outside Guard
B Burns, Inside Gard
I N Parker Left Supporter
A C Holland. Right Supporter
G W Bower, Right Supporter to Vice
Joe Ferris, Left Supporter to] Vice
Meet every Thursday night
NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
FIRE ALARM SIGNALS.
Cut this out and place same where ii
will be convenient. In case of tire no-
tify tbe central telephone office if yon
do not have a telephone then go to thi
nearest one, be careful to tell central
bat ward you are in and where tin
i els, stay at the telephone until cen
tral says all right. Central will notify
the waterworks engineer who will blow
the fire alarm whistle, he,will also give
short whistles as follows:
first ward fire one whistle,
Second ward fire two whistles,
Third ward fire three whistles,
fourth war! firs four whistles.
Probate Judge—John R. Clark.
County Attorney—Cary L. Kurdick.
County Treasurer—L K. MoGrittin
County Clerk—A. J. Hartenbower.
Register of Deeds-Win. M. Baker
Sheriff—James P Hesser.
Assessor—R. O. Hudson.
Superintendent—Hattie R Darnell
Weigher—James E. Powell.
Burveyor—T. P. German.
Coroner—J. M. Sharpless.
First District—Harry Jones.
'Secund District—P. H. Sullivan.
Third District—W, E. Minnick.
Mayor— Dale Lytton.
Police Judge—B. T Brown.
Marshal—ft. N. Andrew.
City Attorney—J. M. Springer.
Clerk—J. H. Donart.
Treasurer- H. B Bullen.
L Bahntge George 8tees.
C. W. Wright
A. W. Swops.
W. E. CHRISTIE,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Fine
Bath Rooms a Specialty. Estimates
furnished on application. Office with
H. B. Bullen.
Stillwater - Okla.
v I iS E: WINAJBYER-,
Teacher of Piano and Organ-
Pupil of the Rcharwei k« l"'ol
Pupils of any crude soi ci' d. I're
pared to teach high grade m -ic
121 College Ave. and W T- nth.
J 8. SILVER,
Plastering, Stone and Brick work.
X specialty of tines and sidewalks.
Work first class, l'ierce's Hotel. North
E EGood, C C
A D Cage. V C
M M j Holt, M of W
L L Lewis, K of R A S
E A Lyons, M a
G L Holter, I G
John Barnes. M of E
H Bahntge, Prelate
Sam Miller, O G
Meet every Wednesday night.
Barclay. The Taylo
Has received his new samples of
Spring and Summer Goods. They are
stylish and handsome Gents when you
A ant a nobby suit give him a call. 6
Hall & hilly a rd.
CITY BAGGAGE AND DRAY.
Baggage, Express and goods delivered
to any part of the City. Phone 137.
A declamatory C'>nt*st will be given
it the M. E. church, on Tuesday even
>B, Kfb, 28, imd-T the auspices of the
local W. C. T. U The following pro-
gram will be rendered.
1. Mandolin I'lull KlowerKorg
2. The coft of rum Mr. A. B. McKey
A terrible rhnrge Miss Ollie Hill
I. Contralto solo-• Homebody's Boy
Mrs. Bertha Beech
■V Dot Peer l h N"d Goot Mr. C. R.
6. Quartette Sehcted
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hcott, Mr and
Mrs. W. A. 8wi|.-r
7. Taken by Surprise Miss M. E.
Searle, Mi* Dilla Banner
a Soprano solo Selected
Mrs. E O Stevenson
9. Old S<i py Nellie Q. Burger, Mrs.
P. D, Nor'hup
10. Piano uilo .... Norma Lsjbah
Miss Edith Patterson
II. Tbe world on Are Mr. J. 8. Ma-
12. Mandolin Club Rebated
Presentation of aerial* bf Pres. A.
Admission a Mais.
& L Steen
M. M. Dennlsoa
O. M. Eylsr
OMits a week.
STILLWATER LODGE, No.
o ou w
C M Edmonson, M W
C W Snider, Fop-man
Perry Hayes, Overseer -
Geo it Satce, Recorder and Financier
Meet ever Tussday night at Odd
QPECHEE TRIBE OR M, No. 31
Sachem, Robt T Raspberry
Prophet, F. M Stallard
Senior Sagamoe, Harry Hurlburt
Junior Sa^amoe, S G Hardy
1st Scout, A A Miner
2nd Scout, Harry Danisls
1st Warrior. John Slack
2nd Warrior, WT B Burk
3rd Warrior, Frank I'urnell
4th Warrior. John Lewis
1st Brave, Harry Both well
2nd Brave, John King
.'Ird Brave, Lee Palmer
4th Brave, Warren Hitter
Guard Forrest, Raymond Palmour
Treasurer. John Voust
Chief of Records, Jack Reynolds
Meet every Tuesday night at Ma-
The Business Directory of Payne
County and Stillwater including
the names of the homesteaders,
the school land lessees, and the
business directory of towns of
A Book of Information for all
Business Men. Only $1.00 apiece
Call and get one at the Gazette
CHATTEL LOANS I
j[ SIX PER CENT AND BEST TERMS |
NO DELAY 1
CUnON S. SMITH, i
t First Door North of PearsD's Bakery •
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SCOTT & JHYNES
[Livery, Feed and
Stillwater and Perry
Comer Husband and 7th
OODMAN OF AMERICA.
R.M. Oneal, V. C.
H. 8. Hanna. W. A.
E. A. Lyons, Banker.
Frank Vt right, Escort.
F C. Lincoln, Clerk.
Chas. Wright, Chief Forrester.
J. M Carpenter, Watchman.
J. T. Messick, Sentry
Meets 2nd and 4th Krsday night
^yOODMAN OF WORLD
O M Eyler, Council Commander
J E Saier, Clerk
J R Burdette, Banker
C R Neerman, Sovereign Lieutenant
J K Webb
Meets fourth Wednesday night at
Odd Fellows' hall
gTILLWATER POST GAR, No. 7
W F Johnston, PC]
G M Saxtoh, SVC
J F Farror,, JVC
N B Easton, Adjutant
B F Brown, Q M
Samuel Marsters, Surgeon
D J M Wood, Chaplain
SardeB Reynolds, O D
Calvin Hayeraft, O G
M«et every Second and fourth Sat-
urday at 2 p m at Odd Fellows' hall
K T. Mailt,
Attorney at law.
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE,
(KttaMithed iv* i
Paid up Capital - $25,000
Surplus ... 1ft,000
H. V. H.n4, Pres. Prank J. WlkoB. Vic^i'red. C. A. Huestiin. Ca^hlrr
Moaey always to loan on good security, harm loans at low-
est rates, on plain terms, with single mortgages and all pa-
pers retained in the bank. Business respectfully solicited.
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1D0 YOU NEED
3? WE PRINT
^ Letter Heads, Note Heads,
gji Bill Heads, Statements,
X Envelopes, Due Bills, Notes,
X Mortgages, Checks, Dodgers,
And,in fact Everything.
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We have the best Equipped Office in Eastern Oklahoma
and will make BOTTOM PRICES on all work, quality
considered. If you want anything, remember that lucky
number 'Phone 13.
ONLY riRST CLASS HOTEL IN JflE COUNTY
BAT1S, TWO DOLLARS FIB DAT.
J*kiTn$rN|>Mw. Otnar Blgkih mi Mate Mntd MUlwMK Ok
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Neerman, Charles F. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 18, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 24, 1901, newspaper, February 24, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117260/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.