The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 30, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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BEST. AHO _ ^ C10AR<'
fuw night. 'lane# tumor-
j*We have just re-J
Reived a large in-f
voice of *
(Goods are late inS
'lan have them::.'
Returned the man-*
| U8a concession. ^
d y "'le^a'l bulhie.? 'ue"" |iTPSteP"
•^sturdily. Wl" return
tomorrow. al,He"t until
people. K d m>"y Stillwater
1 ** .
May 8 and 9 ' «"* • Cit ,
en joy went. fu,n,,h,ng tb. p.„p,e
uance wedneaday nite. They w,nfB.
have a swel doins. r
LeItili«f!F^ a,,d wir" r9tun""1
V CW T ' vl,,t w Mehan with
> •' on frey and family.
nowililnhT,,lkerWillf'el* litt,e ,w'11
B°TtT. «n "I l,",rter8 *s PO tiifiutcr.
Hl|lj i« all right though.
Fusion Frr'i,k Kr"Ce >,ld Mi,i Allien
Fa ton °f Bie.ton, I. T„ were m.rried
«t Hi. Hue,ton Hon,, |a,t ,liKht
thl'lTr? J°b" --Purchased
and vlf '.V* Pr<Trtr Hn.hand
faCAt 8"QU,iCk *e" " -«• *tor. in
test ?„ 78h°rt order outflt. tho
Ok,ahom - in,mire at Harry's
I nsure your property
against wind storms.
J. E. Munhall & Co,
Onogood agent in every township
•n I ayne county. fo)icit f0f (|w
l-armera' Mutual Ins. J erry, (). T
c.-ii *l li"gen I!eal « tate olllce,
stillwater. O. T.
(tf' l. & Wam. Co. Ag
Bam!!fniKhtKeV- F ir' B,,tler °f the
"aPt.1" church gave an informal re-
cept.on at the home of Mrs. Hagans to
the young people „f the Baptiit c|)urch
A large number were preient and an
enjoyable time was had.
1 here will be a basket picnic Friday
3, in the grove east of town, giv
e* by the confederate aoldiera and
friend*. Thia ia expected to be a pei -
feet success and everybody ia invited
to attend. Thia ia the anniveraary cel-
ebratian in honor of Stonewall Jack-
jwe make two lots.0
All 75c Waists
I have just rseeived a nice line of
HANNAN & SONS FIXE SHOES.
«^a®^THEY ARE gu/c, . ^
Call and see them. Also a line of
WILDER BROS MADE TO MEAS-
OMER L. DUNN, """""or"5
I.(isT;_Som, place „n Main street a
KM r"" b'Mk ln,rge ^fining
•8 06. Finder plea,. c.l| ,t thia office
|AII $1.25 Waists|
& J°[ Rent :-Two . airy, comfort-
V? able rooma conveniently situated
IF. G. Morrison's
Mks. SAM Gardinkk.
' The head ...an for thelaTTcarnival
C.ew was in the city yesterday and
made arrangements forUwenty-five at
Fair begins tomorrow.
Farmers tilling the soil.
^traw hat season for man.
flirls trimming over hats
Children making mud pin.
Strawberry time almost here.
' °urt convenes next Monday.
Faopla are washing windows. ' V
How dyou like to he Ihe ice man .'
Spring beauties—they are numerous
Look out fur .May ba.kats tomorrow
Work on the Payne hotel is ...ovine
Ara you boys going to naar il.irt-
Kev. I.luyd returned from Topeka
JelT Smith went to (ilencoe yeatcr-
Carter Hani.e. went to (iloncoe and
Tha corner saloon building will soon
b« a naw structure
Wantkii:—School, city or township
warants. Call at this office.
Are you going to Guthrie for the
nritorical and athletic excreises"
Caah paid for second hand school
books at the Fair. South Main St.
Tha opera houie is now al a stand-
still, but work will soon be resumed.
Htelfln'a celeliraled iee cream at
I'owell A Brown's. Fresh every day tf
f.ao. Stvlas went to Russel yesterday
to vaecinato soma cattla and to get
aome vaccina material for the A A M
Mrs. Dale Lytton and children left
yesterday for California and Oregon
where they will visit during the com-
Mrs. I'. f>. Hillermau leaves this
morning for Norman to attend an Kx-
eeutive session of the VV. C. T. U. of
The real estate firm of C. F. Kogers
4 Co., Inst week sold the Col. W. I'.
Robinson farm four miles north of
town to T. H. Carter
Yesterday J. E. I'owell sold hia SO
acre tract of land one-half mile south
east of town to A. J. Brennaman. The
consideration was $2,600.
Mrs. W. F. Kiefer and children, of
Mulhall, drove over yesterday and took
the evening train to Pawnee, where
they will visit until Friday.
Arthur Peter went to Pawnee Satur-
day to visit over Sunday with his par-
ents. His brother John who had been
visitiug in the city returned with him.
For Fire and Tornado
all on W, J,
Tk- i. . . ... ion ST.
The hotel will nuke the change this
evening: the ahow will come in this
afternoon; the post office will mote
tc-light; May will arrive tomorrow;
a chaqf« in tin Blancctt A Sehlebuber
•hop was made yesterday; Joe Powell
•old his farm in the aoutheaat edge
yes erday ; the big dance comea off tc-
morrow evening and a big crowd from
Perry will be over.
And Mason bought. O. S. Mason
who ior a time was bartering in the
Blancut A Schlehuber shop has re-
turned from St Louis and yesterday
purchased Jack Schlehuber's interest
•n that shop. Mr. Maaon is a first
c ass barber and the firm will move
•long the same as ever. Jack will
■'monkey" around town for a while and
then go to Oklahoma City. IJc will
not be a retired barber but may go i
aa a partner with Mayor Youst
j Obas Krnian and Dr. Yates went to
Perry Saturday morning. The Perry
boys showed them a royal time and
the boys enjoyed the Sunday spent
Miss Mamie Kstia, of Mulhall, ia in
the fit j visiting with her uncle, Mr.
Mari|iiis. and family, on North Hua-
band atrest. She «ill return home the
Isttar part of the week.
P. Clark residing six miles nortk
Last night the little folks rushed tii*
season and were out with May baskets.
Moorehead Ware and son H. C..
were in Guthrie yosterday on business.
Try Powell & Brown's ico cream.
The latest from Wichita. (if)
Well! Well! Oscar McUormick
b s been made city attorney of Glen-
What about the uiystic May day
sports around the May-pole Wednes-
The Diamond drug store has its soda
fountain in good running order and
taking some flat ice cream. They
serve with crushed fruit.
of this city diad Saturday and was
hurried Sunday in tha Fair Lawn ceme-
tery. He was years old aud his
death was due to old age
The postoffice will be moved to-night
to its new location in the Shaffer build-
ing. This building is a handsome one
on the interior and IJnele Sam will
feel mighty proud to occupy such a
We want 1,000 cents worth of Second
Hand goods. We go according to ?.ur
pile and opportunity, but if you have
unythiiig to repair or sell, call at Oiir
A Hi,oris, Second Hand Store, West
Notice to Bidders.
I have a Iramo building for aale lo-
cated on lot :i8, three doors south of
lbs First National Rank. Kids will he
received until Saturdny April 27, all
bids to be left at the First National
Hank. Furchaaer ia to remove build-
A. J, B.*n\rs.
Y eaterday a fellow oame ru.n.ng
into the office (for a joke) and said that
• fellow down street swallowed a 1>
>neh rule and was dying by inches,
well the particulars were wanted and
obtained, but it might be well to note
that another feriow had swallowed a
thermometer and died about the same
t.me by degreea, while in thia aolemn
hour, some crank wanted to joke and
related a atory where one of hia broth-
ers swallowed a pistol and went eff
••asy while another drank a gallon of
app e jack and died in good ppiritf.
Tha achool teachers have had many
warrant buying callers here of late,
and it seems that every young maa
that can scrape up enough dough goes
out buying warranta, even if he doea
have to torn them in tha next day. A
"Atand in" on that line ia a warrant
stand m although it may coat more
than an afternoon'a buggy ride. And
It aeema atrange too that the "old"
warrant buyers don't get a ahare. Now
it would be to bad if some of them had
to <)'Jit business. Oh wall, the reat of
the young fellows would do the same
if th«r could.
Tha Ladiea' Social aud Workiag Cir-
!a nf t.ha VI «P „i l ... .
NO. 8436 —
THE NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE
D . , (Established ,894)
. ■. ®}.ooo.oo
ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL l/M ThE COHNTv
KATE8, TWO DOLLARS PER DAY. '
Headquarters for Commercial Mpn £Um>>i
fobn Yon.t, Proprietor. iXAlZXSSSL
SCOTT 5t JHYNE
Stillwater and Perry
Livery, Feed and
Corner Husband and 7th
— " "1MB
c!e of the M. E. church will give _
eial in their church TTedneaday ev7.
May 1st. A short program consisting
of music and recitations will be giver,
and "Steflia'a" ice cream will be servid
in the lecture room. All the ladies
who have earned their "dollar," or any
part of it, are requested to bring it
along and if they will, tell how it was
The ladies are very aaxious to pay
off the last indebtedness on the par-
sonage property, and cordially invite
all to come out and enjoy this "May
Social." Entertainment free, cream
and cake extra. (78)
WE 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 I ine we have at right prices
and all work guaranteed, See
us on anything in this line.
GEO. H. SMITH,
SUCCESSOR TO J J. SHAFFER k SOI
Never has millinery
been so cheap as at
Selling out to quit
business. South Mn!
The Stillwater National Bank."
Capital Paid Up, . j15,00o oo
5«toc„.r u, U. ,u.k, (v„nllc(1,
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 30, 1901, newspaper, April 30, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117315/m1/3/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.