The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 9, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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STILLWATER'S BEST" HAND MADE
President -C D Shaffer
Secretary— H B Mullen
Treasurer—S W Reiser
Hot Stuff Coal. H. 1!. Bullen.
Notice the church announcements in
Babies pictures a specialty at Mc
C°y'B- . (20)
Miss Erma Navina will assist in the
jiostofflce news stand.
All orders promptly filled at the
Palace Meat Market. iao)
The Preabyterian ladies win Berve
turkey dinner today.
•m. k. church.
Services at the M. K. church. Morn-
ing subject, "Religion of Songs.'-
Evening subject, "Guiding Stars."
A. E. Di Bois, Pastor.
Tske dinner with Brown
waat to eat for 20 cts
ie. All you
came in from Guthrie
/tut like the last applies to Seal
Brand Coffee, for sale at ti. G. Norris'.
Nate Razcy came down from Paw-
nee yesterday morning.
Call at The Brownie for anything in
♦he pastry line.
A dance was given at Clyde Garden-
hire's Thursday evening.
Bay! that coffee at Brownie's ii sim-
r Orlo I.owry hat a new wheel, a nd
he made good use of it yesterday.
Insure your property
against wind storms.
J. E. Munhall & Co.
Ed Clark was in Guthrie several
days returning yesterday evening.
Specials served on short notice at
Chester Smith and Will Teter of
Glencoe were in the city yesterday.
Preaching morning and evening at
the Christian church. Subject, at 11
a. m., "The Deciples Prayer." At 7-30
p. m, "Jesui Our All in All."
m. r. church south.
Preaching at the M. E. church south,
morning and evening. Subject at 11
a. m., "Cursing Treachers." 7:30 p.
m. "The Epicure Rev. Under Xrays."
You are invited. Don't miss it.
D. W. Dumas.
St Andrews Episcopal church ser-
vices. Sunday school, 10 a. in., morn-
ing service at 11 a. m., evening service
7 :30 p. m., Wednesday evening service
7 :30 p. in. There will be a meeting of
St Andrews Vestry on Monday evening
at 8 o'clock, all members arc requested
to be present.
Hot Stuff Coal. H. B. Bullen.
Yesterday afternoon waa worth a
good many compliments.
Stop at the Palace Meat Market and
get some veal for dinner. (30)
(juite an interesting program wat
rendered by the High school literary
society last night.
Coal at reasonable prices at the Gor-
ton Lumber Co.
The Palace Meat Market
f_.ee 1 alinour took the initiatory in
the Odd Fellows lodge Thursday eve-
Patton's Sun Proof Paint.
H. B. Bullen.
C. J. Egbert and wife went to Guth-
rie yesterday morning for a few days
Have you been in that neat
lunch room called The Brownie?
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spurrier went to
Ripley yesterday morning for a short
Kor Sale Cheap—Several thousand
second hand brick. —A bargain.
See Ki). K. Clark. tf.
Mr. and Mri L. B. Toles, of Ripley,
were in the city Thursday and yes-
O. II. McCoy the photographer has
come to stay, try him on your next
Dick Blind is one of the best Moor
managers at a dance the local steppers
Go to U. (J. Norris' for a tea that is
a tea; the very best that is imported
every cup gives satisfaction.
Geo. Styles attended the last days
session of the legislature at Guthrie
You will get up-to-date photographs
at McCoy's gallery over McGeorge's
drug store. (29)
Frank Hutto was at Guthrie yestcr-
day to attend the closing hours of the
McAllister Coal, $5.50
per ton at Abercrombie &
Miller. Phone 84.
Henry Hand took the train yester-
day morning for Guthrie. He will re-
If you want a good neat job of lath-
ing wilh no waste of material, call on
♦ho Scott Bros, ut the Santiago restau-
Mrs. J. P. Oldham, of Ripley, who
liai been visiting in the city, returned
The Palace Moat Market is under
new management and can till all or-
dors promptly. (80)
Rev. D. W. Hughes went to Pawnee
yesterday evening, mid will go from
there to Jennings.
Cash paid for second hand school
books at the Fair, South Main St.
Miss Dora Eyler returned from
Glencoe yesterday morning, where
she had been visiting.
Good old pumpkin pies like Mother
used to make, at The Brownie.
Th carrier boys will be around to-
day with your receipt, so please have
a dime in exchange.
Just notice the fresh fish at Geo,
Steese' meat market. What a delicious
meal they would make.
W. 8. Vaughn returned to Glencoe
yesterday evening where he is engag-
ed in the barber business.
Nice Sweet Oranges
I 5 cents per dozen at
R. L. Steens'.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gardenhire left
yesterday morning for Cowley county,
Kans., where they will reside.
Go to the Palace Meat Market for
your meals, they will treat you right.
John McLean came in from Black-
well yesterday evening where he had
been on business for several days.
As the proof of the pudding is the
eating, you must try the good things
to eat to be convinced of theirsuperior-
ty. Give your order to U. G. Norris.
A Chance for Some One.
I have a choice Kansas river bottom
farm for exchange for Oklahoma land,
(more pasture the better), near St.
Mary's, Kan., that rents for one-half,
delivered, all bottom, sandy sediment
soil, good well living water, pasture,
timber, orchard, house, barn and other
first-class improvements, location on a
public road, miles from a good col-
lege town, good neighbors, and health-
ful. Price, $4,500. Who wantB this
bargain. Call and see me ; como quick,
Real Estate Agt.
Coal delivered. H. B. Bullen.
The Frisco extension from Black-
well is almost to Enid and the right
of way through the city baa been
The M. W. A. Lodge is having a
good time now. Five were initiated
last night and there will be over 16
Fresh veal at the Palace Meat Mar-
ket today. _ (30)
The Iowa editora have stricken the
enacting clause out of obituaries. This
intended as a death blow to post
Wm Spencer and Abner Laugin, of
Ripley were in the city yesterday.
Tbey are restaurant men and was look
ingfor a location here.
Harry has started his regular dinner
again. Only 20c. Call and see him
John Daily, a scouting companion of
Kit Carson, is dead at his borne in But-
ler county, Kansas. He was also
soldier in the Mexican war.
Subject of Sermon at 11:00 a. m.—
Subject of Sermon at 7:30 p. m.
"The Epicure Rev. Under X-rays."
You are Invited. Don't miss it.
Lumber—not how cheap but how
K°U<1- H. B. Bullen
J. A. Wycoff, of Ponca, while lead-
ing a steer tied to the horn of his sad-
dle, got cold feet and dismouned,
whereupon his horse and steer both
ran off and left him to walk in home
12 miles. His feet were a perfect state
of comfort when he got home.
~ , Quality
Mrs. Hester, who has been visiting
with friends in this city for the past
week, returned to her home in Okla-
homa City yesterday morning.
O. H. McCoy would like to have you
eall and see his work. (29)
E. M. Laird, contractor and builder,
of Oklahoma City, returned to his home
yesterday. He had been in town for
several days doing contract work.
Ham Hueston moved into his new
quarters yesterday and is now very
comfortably located. The appearance
of the interior is quite attractive.
Roosevelt's first duty as vise-presi-
dent was to swear in thirteen new
members of the senate. He would
doubtless have preferred seven or
Grandpa Armstrong of Elm Grove,
died Thursday night about I:' o'clock.
The funeral services were conducted
yesterday afternoon at 9 o'clock. Rev.
Ruchter's Fire Proof Paint.
II. B. Bullen.
The case of the men charged with
stealing goods from the Texas and
other stores, came up yester
day. The parties, Eagen, Bennett
and Curry were sentenced to four, five
and six days respectively, at labor on
the court house grounds for the charge
which was made petit larceny.
Manley Nickelson of Kansas City
and son, R. P. Nickelson, and James
Clark of Lawson, Mo. arrived in the
city yesterday on a business and pleas-
ure trip. The former gentleman is a
live stock agent, and in the interest of
the Chicago, Milwaukee and Bt Paul
railroad. They will return home to
Police Judge Brown complaini of
not having had a case in police court
since he took up his abode in the new
office and wishes to announce to the
public that he is in a good location
and ready to hear any who wishas to
plead guilty or not guilty, also that
fines are placed in proportion.
Augusta has a club called "Upper
Ten" and since it is composed of five
young women and five young men it is
a question as to which five are the
wise and which the foolish, but as the
young men carry life insurance, and
the girls none, it is thought the latter
are the wise virgins : they know a good
The Presbyterian ladies will serve a
turkey dinner at the church today.
Fine roast turkey with all the good
things that accompany it for 25c. All
are most cordially invited to call and
take dinner with them.
sorts of eatin's" at Harry's
Sold at the
MADE ONLY BY
Bradley * Urocman Co.
FOR SALE BY
Gorton Lumber & Coal Co
STILLWATER, O. T.
Best McAlister Coal. H. B. Bullen.
The Gazette yesterday received an
order for the paper to be sent one year
to W. M. Janney at Winchester, Va,
This is the same old boy who operated
a dental office on the spot where the
Stillwater National Bank now standa,
acveral years ago. He was wild and
wooly then ; we suppose he ia married
and settled down now.
Mrs. Mary E. White, of Topeka Kan.
but formerly of Red Bock township of
Noble eounty made a visit to Perry
this week. She acted as Mrs. Carrie
Nations private secretary on her trip
to Iowa and Chicago. Mrs. White ia a
lady of intelligence and an ardent dis-
ciple of the hatchet, She believes Mrs.
Nation to be right in her method of
doing sway with those "gilded palaces
There will be services at the Baptist
Church this afternoon from three to
four o'clock, conducted by Dr. Hatcher.
Servites tonight. Regular services
will be held tomorrow both morning
and evening. The evening service will
begin with a fifteen minute song ser-
vice, beginning at 7:30 o'elock. Every-
body cordially invited to hear Dr.
For best meats call at the Palace
Meat Market. (30)
Admiral Sampson persists in giving
Admiral Schley every advantage possi
ble. He will next writs a book.
The I'alace Meat Market opposite the
postoffiee, has fresh veal. Get some
and take home for dinner. (30)
Powell & Krown have made many
new changes in their drug store, and
the place has a much nicer appearance
Mr' Botha has not surrendered, yet
there is no question but what he will,
if he can only get the consent of De
Coal to Burn. H. B. Bullen.
The building vacated by the Pacific
Motel is being fitted up for a saloon.
I lie fixtures arrived yesterday even-
Pure air, pure water and pure eoffoe
are what | eople need ; pure air comes
from above; pure water from bolow,
and pure coffee etc, from U. G. Norris,
J. B. Mitchell the lecturer fcame in
on yesterday evenings train, and de-
livered a lecture last night at the M.
E. church, sduth.
Perry has a club called "The
Enough Club," and is of a "bar" na-
ture. Many places could organize "A
Little too Much Club," and have a
EVER WRITE LETTERS?
The opening at the new saloon went
olT >11 O K. t^uiet and order were held
throughout the evening and the con-
duct of the visitors was none whatever
out of the ordinary.
We want 1,000 cents worth of Second
Hand goods. We go according to our
pile and opportunity, but if you have
anything to.ropair or sell, call at Orr
& Bloiin, Second Hand Store, West
Call up The Brownie Short Order
when hungry. Phone No. 190.
The Palace Meat Market, being
under new management, is conducted
in a way pleasing to the customers.
A full line of fresh meats, oysters and
bottled goods are carried, and they
ill please you in all orders taken. (28)
Wednesday Major H. W. Pentecost
and B. C. Main, members of Governor
Barnes' staff, ealled upon President Mc-
Kinley, accompained by Delegate
Flynn. Their visit was purely a social
one, pleasantries being exchanged.
President McKinley thanked Major
Pentecost and the members of the
Guthrie band for the tine music they
furnished in escorting him from the
White house to the capitol. He as-
sured Major Pentecost that their kind-
ness was greatly appreciated by him.
The president inquired for Colonel
Mulhall, who had gona to the capitol
with his danghter, Miss Rossi* to keep
an engagement with Vice-President
Roosevelt. This evening there was
general exodus of the Oklahomans.
The Mulhall Rough Rider band left
this afternoon, followed an hour later
by Colonel Mulhall and his daughter.
Tonight the Guthrie ba^d will leave.
Then you use
We want to sell
We will print your name
and return card neatly in
the corner, so that if they
fail to reach party addressed
they will be returned to you
at once. Note these prices:
loo for .40
250 for 1.00
500 for 1.75
1000 for 2.75
2000 for 4.50
3000 for 6.00
I PACKING HOUSE MEAT MARKET I
NORTH MAIN STREET. §3
P All kiuds of Fresh|and Cured Meats. IS
Fresh Sausage especially. Cash paid p
if, for all kinds of Butcher's Stock. Give Sg
$j§ me a share of your patronage.
CHARLES. ZWIRTZ, Prop.
Phone 188. vr> ...e t
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Neerman, Charles F. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 9, 1901, newspaper, March 9, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117271/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.