The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 61, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 16, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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' Short Itei"s Of Interest. "
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HAND MADE CIGAR.
Had You Ever
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IM 2-3 of your f
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°nian of Ardmore died la.r * ,
i.'"liay after , Ust Sal-
' "he rcfu«.i ' ' 5,4 '"""m in which
had • ' ' J"ry was lh t the
, '| ''awnee to take in
i "'nts along lhe liae
upS rt C,,l,rr,,,,,llh^-^a>ne
■ tuiday m „ contesting manner
hat I'lif* '"wn si* from Chandler
<"« been platted and
M " w'" ",eet ' Oklahoma City
May 8 and 9. y
* for rent.
All WIDTHS and TOES &
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' r.V those strawberries at Norris'
l'rof. Stevens was in Ripley yester-
L A. llutto went to Oklahoma City
Cash paid for second hand school
bo< lis at the Fair, South Main St
I'ugiiisin seems to have a black eye.
"o have ,i good many pugilists
1 WO good otlici" roam
*"* * twine in Kansas i, being
cheap by the bigoutput from lhe
It is said to be a peculiarity of Kan-
t tli" uglies*. men in variably
"isrry the most beautiful women.
Bob Andrews went to Perry yester-
' ay to bring f,ea Doolin home who hai
e" there for some time with inllama-
Pior. Kwing went to Guthrie yester-
a y morning to attend a meeting of
the IVrritorial school board which was
held thers last night.
The dog show yesterday afternoon
drew the court house officials, or a part
of them down town. These fellows
like to see dog shows as well as any-
lhe new ShafTer building will bo
ready for occupancy by May lit, if not
before. Lhe work of laying the Hoor
was commenced yesterday and all work
will be rapidly pushed.
W e want l.OOn cents worth of Second
Jli Hand goods. \\ c go according to our
pile and opportunity, but if you have
anything to>opair or sell, call at Orr
A liioriN, Second Hand Store, West
- - Mandolin Club.
Music—Mule Quartette - , . -
Messrs Scott. Wikoff, Swiler, Donart.
Oration "Master and Masterpiece'*
- Marion M. Woodson.
1'iann Solo - Miss Kdyth Patterson.
Oration—"Principles and Policies"
~ Wm. AI son Worley.
-• Mrs. A. C..Scott.
Oration—"The Outlaw- of Athletics"
" Charles V. .tones.
Piano Solo •- Mifcs Kdwiija H;ers.
Decision of Judges.
To.Whom It May Concern:
This is to give notice that 1 will no
longer be. responsible for any debts
Contracted by my wife; she having left
my'bed and bouid without just cause
or provocation. Owen Kem.bk.
^ salad is like a woman. A great
ileal depends upon the dressing.
W anted four day boarders at Mrs.
M. Pierce'* on South I,owry.
And the men, women and children
wi re out yesterday afternoon.
K. T. Cline went to (inthrip yestor*
•ay He will return tomorrow.
•Mrs. Oscar McCormick cam* down
from Glencoe yesterday morning.
"■••issor and razor grinding at oan &
Hm i ix's, West Ninth.
Most men beat their wive* that is.
w hen it comet to a game of cards
Lhere are some things that even the
most absent minded of us cannot for-
I >r rent: Two nice furnished rooms
"i. the corner of Tenth and Duck street.
' *■! on 0. J. Tracy
Numerous delegates will come in to
day to attend the meeting of the Pres-
John Hanson, of the firm of Hanson
A Dennis, of Perry was in the city
if you wish to see how many people
there are in Stillwater just have a dog
• how come to town.
Far Fire and Tornado
Insurance call cm W. J.
It is noticed that the M.iyon of St.
Louis. Chicago mid a number of the
other larg) cities bear the dis-
tinguished names of Harrison. Iteed,
etc.. and Heed's opponent was named
By figuring it out it will be seen that
if Adam had lived until today and re-
ceived an annual -alary of $10,0W) a
year and saved every cent of it. he
would not be as wealthy as Andrew
l)r. Hughes will be the next number
on the lyceum bureau course to lecture
at this place, which will be the last
number. 1 >r. Hughes is the successor
to Dr. Quail as pastor of a church in
I nsure your property
against wind storms.
J. E. Munhall & Co.
I). II. Johnston, of Hunkerhill III.
who has been visiting his son A. I*.
Johnston, and w ife since last Friday
went to Oklahoma City yesterday ac-
companied hy his son who will Se ab-
sent for a few days.
The steam laundry will in a day oi
two be in fine running order w ith a new
set of fixtures machinery, etc. They
now liatea handsome laundry wagon
on t lie st reeti and will gather up their
work at the residence or at your place
New threshing machines are already
standing on the side tracks out in the
wheat belts of Kansas and Oklahoma,
and the railroads are arranging for a
special rates for harvest hands. The
general opinion must be that the w heat
crop is saved.
To Whom It May Concern:
'1 his is to certify that on this day I
am left without support and truly de-
serted by my lawful husband without
ciV'*e- Bi.ani iik Keller.
-The semi-annual meeting of the
Presbytery will convene at the Pres-
byterian church this evening. There
will be much of interest at this meet-
ing and the Wednesday session,
The Wright Bros., publishers of the
Stillwater Advance, have an unlimited
supply or small portraits of themselves
and are thinking of giving one to each
subscriber who pays ten years or
more in advance on Advance so they
There is a new Kansas word. It is
used extensively. It is "cadewi." It
mesns anything, as thingumbob. If
two workmen are together and one
wants of the other an implement, the
name of which is not to be recalled
at the moment, he will say : "Hand me
that eadewi." Jn the newspaperofTicei
it is all the rage and everything is the
Is the ground around here very fer-
tile?" asked the visitor.
Well,"answered Farmer Corntossel,
"us reg-lar agriculturalists can't seem
to do much with it. But some of these
here real estate companies has man-
aged to raise two or three crops o'
buildin'.lots olT'n if."
Closely following Aguinaldo's state-
ment that he never believed that the
I nited States' treatment of the Fli-
ipinos would be so fair and liberal,
■Mimes the report that the Radical Cu-
bans are falling into line and since
they better understand the motives of
the Piatt Amendment they are dis-
posed to look with favor on its terms.
The pacification of the Philippines and
amicable relations with Cuba are the
two things that the enemies of the ad-
ministration least desire.
There is u new daily billed for K1
Ueno and which expects to be in
operation hy July 1st. It will be called
the American and has been chartered
by the territory with a capital stock of
♦25,000. The president of the corpora-
tion is Mr. R. A. White of Lafayette,
Indiana. Mr. White owns a large
share iu a plant at that point which he
proposes to move here. The American
will publish the Associate Press news
and expects because of its superior
train facilities to fill a large part of
the daily field now occupied by the
Wichita Kagle and the State Capital.
The new plant will occupy the bigger
portion of the new Owens brick north
of the Mctiartli Store. Dr. Owens is a
laige stock holder in the concern.—K1
Doctors prescriptions carefully
compounded by experienced 1
A complete line of Paints, Oils $f
and Brushes, Stationery Perfuhries' ll§
and Toilet Articles. Also a com- fi
i Plete line of Patent and Proprier- fl
1 tory Remedies. ( ffi
I W. H. HAND. I
H SUCCESSOR TO W. R.jMcQEORGE. • fj|
W/E can give you good prices
on all kinds of Lead and
Iron Pipe work. Bath Tubs,
Sinks, Bowls, Yard Hydrants,
Street Washers, Hose, Reels,
Nozzles, Sprays, Anything in
that line we have at right prices
and all work guaranteed, See
us on anything in this line.
GEO. H. SMITH,
SUCCESSOR TO J I. SHAFFER & SON.
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE
(Kstablished 1894) '
Paid up Capital - $25,000-00
Surplus - 1,500 00
H. E. Hand. Pres. Frank J. Wikoff, Vice-free, t'. A. Hneston, Cashier
Money always to loan on good security. Farm loans at low-
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est rate*, or. plain terms, with single mortgages and all pa-
'l,° K""'' Business respectfully solicited.
pers retained in the bank.
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Knapp and Mr.
Morris Arke of Perry visited the fam-
"y of J. (J. Hufiui on Sunday.
't ha* beeu announced that the
Jessie MutHiMi murder ease at El
i'orado w'tll^ie put'ofT uhtlT next fall.
A scientist has diseoverod that a
streak of lightning is exactly one-fifth
f in inch wide. All the same if a fel-
low gets in the way of a good healthy
fragment of slectrieity on one of its
busy days it will fix him as Completely
as if it were a yard square.
It took fifteen hundred tons of dyna-
mite to blow up the wreck of the Mer-
riniac in front of Santiago harbor. Th«
sinking of !iie Merrimac was one of
the brilliant feats of the American
navy fortunately it did not pre-
vent the accomplishment of n far more
On account of
ill health I have
J 7 -- - sell
my immense stock
of MILLINERY out
The Stillwater National Bank.
Capital Paid Up, - $25,000.00
Surplus, - $1,500.00
tSucceMor to the Stillwater State Bank, Organized 1894.)
Does a General Bauking Business. Come and see us. We Want Your Patronage
DO YOU NEED
3? WE PRINT
Letter Heads, Note Heads,
Bill Heads, Statements,
Envelopes, Due Bills. Notes,
Mortgages, Checks, Dodgers,
And in fact Everything.
W'e have the best Equipped Office in Eastern Oklahoma
and wilt make BOTTOM PRICES 00 all work, quality
considered. If you want anything, remember that lucky
number 'Phoue 13.
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 61, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 16, 1901, newspaper, April 16, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117303/m1/3/: accessed July 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.