The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 30, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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?A FE ROUTE
* No. 412 2:10 p. m
Mkwager No. 4l «.«& i>. m
I **l, No. 411 to.ooa, m
hMD(et No. 40!) 8:30a. hi
K. K. MeCAItTHV, Agrht.
J. R Mi'KI'iiv, M. I).. E. M. Yatks, M. Ii
Local Sure. E. 0. It. It, Kyi* a specialty
MURPHY & YHTES.
Physlclia* ft Surgioni.
•See up-stairs over First National Rank lililtr.
Calls answered day or night. Stllllwtiter, O. T
* CMPEN.ER, CONlRACTOR and BUILDER.
Inquire of C. A. Stinc.
Stili.watkr, 0. T.
Ifilfi FREE STREET FAIR!:
| May 1, 2, 3, 4, 190!. t
Mathew Hobinson's Boot and Shoe Repairing a 8p«-
C|Ln. ol.An - "ialty withgnaianteedsatisfaction
onoe snop. Best Boot and shoe Maker in the
Territory. Located on South Main Street, Ka*t of Hueston Hotel*
| Stillwater's First Street Fair.
* : ft
J. M. Painter.
PHINTER & PEYTON,
Phpilclant 4 Surgeons
Office, Room 3, over Katz Uros. Store.
telephone is office.
fc. T. Neill,
Attorney at Lava.
Will practice in all the courts of the territorial
both civil and criminal cases. Office upstair*,*
over Jin UMI's s'ore, Stillwater Okla
W A solid week of
jJJ fun. To be merry
Q\ at times is to he
Up-to-Date Barber. The only First
Cla88Tonsorial Parlors in Payne
County. All work Guaran-
teed First Class.
Hot and Cold Baths.
The Finest Line of Cigars in the City
under Firgt National Hank.
wise, and the sur-
is cordially invited
to the Stillwater
Big Street Fair.
Free Open Air
Free! Free! Free!!
as the air you
Don't fail to see
the Electric War-
show, Aimee The
fire Dancer, Chi- ^
nese Theatre, Bos- jjj
coe "Eats e'm ifc
alive", the Double jjj
Woman, fat boy. \h
Band Concert #
site City Is Yours! Stillwater Greets You
FREE ATTRACTIONS HOURLY.
Blancett & Schlehuber,
Palace Barber Shop.
First class bathrooms in con-
nection. Your patronage so-
North of P. O. Stillwater.
iti — w
J}? All attractions furnished by the South- jjj
2} ern Carnival Company.
BI11V New and Second hand Wheels
satisfaction. Opposite Mullen's lumber yard. J. B. Hoovkr.
west side.' Call today and see
Neat work in Boot and Shoe Repair-
ing. Guaranteed fit on orders taken
for hand made goods.. South Main,
Sold at the
MADE ONLY BY
Bradley $ Urooman Co.
FOR SALE BY
Gorton Lumber&toal Co
STILLWATER, O. T.
SALARIES OF OUR PLAYERS. I NUIM^GERS* QUEER LAWS.
W. E. CHRISTIE,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Fine
Bath Rooms a Specialty. Estimates
furnished «n application. O/fice with
H. B. Bullen.
Stillwater .... Okla.
S. P. ZXH3,
Attorney at Law.
Office up stairs over Gazettf. office in
New brick, Nortli Main.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Everything in the Book
I. C. NORTH
WELL i BROWN
| The Pay of Actors Vnrle. from Tev
to Twelve Dollar* to n> Much
as f50ti l*er Week.
rt-anklin FvIcf. writing of "The The-
ter and Its People," in Indies' Jlome
Journal, touches interestingly upon the
earnings of actors, and corrects the oft-
repeated reports of ifie enormous earn-
ings of players. ".Salaries vary w ith cir-
cumstances, he says. "The manager
may find at $25 a week a player whose
mods-rate talent exactly fits'a part of
considerable Importance, lie may have
to pay $150 If the role is singular and fit
candidates scarce. If he wants celeb-
rity in addition to ability he may be
willing to make the salary $500 a week.
In that case he takes into account the
public value of the name and makes a
feature of it In his advertisements. Not
more than ten actors in America, aside
from the stars, receive as much as$250
a w eek, and not mone than five actresses
a*e jiaid this amount. In fact, $150 a
week is exceptional, and $100 will en-
gage an excellent hero or heroine, a fin*
comedian or a delineator of eccentric
character. The wages run down to $71
for a sotihrettc, ingenue or old man, to
$50 for an old woman, juvenile man or
juvenile woman, and so along to utility
and chorus men and women at$12 to$18
a week. Those are the wages of thor-
oughly competent actors in compauie*
of good grade."
A DANDY IN THE WAR.
A Kncll.h Knalitn. Who Had HI*
Own Plate, Linen and M ine,
Hon. \V. Dawson was surrounded by
muleteers, with whom he was# bar-
gaining to provide carriage for in-
numerable hampers of wine, liquor*,
hams, potted meat and other good
things which he had brought from
England, g«yn "The ltemlniscence* and
Recollections of ( apt, Gronow." He
was H particularly gentlemanly and
Rimable man, much beloved by the
regiment; no one was so hospitable
or lived so magnificently. Ills cook*
were the best in the aihnv and he, be-
sides, had a host of servants of all na-
tions—Spaniards, French, Portugueu,
Italians- who were employed in cout
Ing the country for provision*.
Lord Wellington once honored him
with his company; and, on entering
the ensign's tent, found him alone at
table, with a dinner fit for a king, hi*
plnte and linen In good keeping and
hU wines perfect. l.onl Wellington
was accompanied on this occasion by
Sir Edward Pakenham and Col. du
"tirgh, afterward Lord Downea. I|
fell to my lot to partake of hi* prince.
Jy hospitality and dine with Mm at
quarter*, a farmhouse in a rlllan
on the Bidaiso*, and I never saw a
better dinner put upon the table
Some of Ttitm Sound Sirnntte. Mm
Oilier. Are Perfectly Iteanon-
ahle and Hlght.
Connecticut is noted for her queer
! laws. Here's the freshest bunch of
them, from the New York World. They
j went into effect on 1 lie 1st of August:
I If a mortgagee pays insurance, ta\es
i and assessments to protect property un-
1 der mortgage to birn, such money shall
become a part of the mortgage debt,
i Blind persons may be exempt from
taxation to the amount of $.'i.0i)0.
The governor must proclaim afbor
ajid bird days.
Parents are responsible for ilieir
The United States flag must not be
disfigured with inscriptions.
Yon will be fined for digging more
than one peck of clams on the Fairfield
Rabbits are protected in I he close sea-
If you w ish to collect birds' egg you
must have a licence from ilie gam*
Typewritten deeds, wills and con-
tracts are binding, ami standard rib-
bons are prescribed.
Trout hatchcd from ihe ejjtf by grow-
ers may be sold'liet ween February 1 and
^ ou.must kilt wild ducks, geese and
brant w ith a gun that must Ite raised at
arm's length and discharged from the
All children in the schools must have
their eyes tested.
Dealers in second-hand bicycles must
Lodging house keepers must keep
their books in English.
Bread must not be baked in a dark
You must not kill more than 75 rail
tn one day.
Mongolian, Chinese or ICnglish pheas-
ants must not be killed before luofl.
Workmen must not be forced to jola
s labor union.
In Land from the List
of R. E. Burns& Son.
Below we give descriptions of a
few choice pieces of land, now of-
fered for sale by this firm. Every
one of them is a genuine bargains,
and, if yoH want a farm, you can-
not do better than to see them.
160 acres of land about 3 miles
from Stillwater. Good house, well
65 acres under cultivatirn, ico
apple trees, bearing, 10 acre in
pasture, 10 acres in meadow.
120 acres abont 15 miles from
Stillwater, Good house, '28x28;
stable, 15x50; all under fence, 60
pear trees, 500 apple trees, 200
peace trees, all bearing; 60 acres
2a!.' acres 1 ]i mile east of town,
Good house 14x24: two rooms;
cave and well. Barn, 10x26; or-
chard. All fenced.
160 acres, 5 miles from Orlando,
good five room house, good stable,
55 acres under cultivation, 60 acres
in pasture, good well, small tract
of timber for house use.
lA acre, 1 block east of college.
Two good houses and barn room
for 6 bead of horses. Cave with 18
inch wall, good well.
T 8. SILVER,
Plastering, Stone and Brick work.
\ specialty of flues and sidewalks.
Work lirst class. Pierce's Hotel. North
T J t'NDKRWOOU, Prop.
New Management, House thorough-
ly Renovated and Remodeled. Bciil of
Service. We t\'inth Avenue.
Notice For Publication.
In the Dijtriit Court in and for
Payne county, Oklahoma territory,
SIMON RORB, "laintiff.
!• RANCH KOBB, Defendant.
The defendant above named is here-
by notified that lio has been sued by
the plaintiff above named, iu the above
entitled cause, in the alwvti named
court for a divorce on the grounds of
abandonment, and that she must an-
wer the petition filed in said cami-
on or before the L"ith day of May, 1001.
or the same will be taken as true and
judgment rendered, granting plaintiff
M. C. Hakt. Clerk,
by C. W. JlrtiRAw. Daputy.
Stkui.inu i P. Kim., alt j l< r f< r I'I'ff
7. 9. B1HI,
ATTORNEY AT LA II'
Special attention Ktien to Civil and frnl>a|«
Haslnem. Office 011 west utile Mala Street
upstairs in Hodges ImilaiMK. Stillwater
Notice For Publication.
11 the District Court in and fur
I'ayne county Oklahoma Territory •
May Dellbringjj ilaintilT ,
Henry Dellbringg Deft. )
The defendeut above named U here-
by notified tliut he has been sued by
the plaint iff above named in the above
entitled caiue in the above named
court, fur a divorce 011 the gronnds of
abandonment and gross neglect of
duty ard that lie must answer the pe-
tition filed in said cause on or before
the 1st day of May 1001 or the same
will be taken as true and judgement
rendered granting plaintiff a divorce.
>Stkki.ino P. Kim;.
Att'y for plaintiff.
Witness my hand this 15th day of
M. (' II \rt, Clerk
By C. M. McGhaw, Dep'y.
>oiJX.f ul lit|*1 iiine>.
The grocery mini .in the corner r -
latea that 11 couple of days ago 11 lit.
tie girl entered his emporium and
timidly laying down a dime asked for
ten cents' worth of candy.
"It's for papa," she mid. "I want
•o spine him when he cornea home."
I he grocery man proceeded to dig
out some of his stock, when the little
"Don't give me that kind. (Jive me
Caramels. I ju*t love caramel*,"
'But I thought these were for
papa," the grocery man remarked.
"I know," explained the little girl,
but when I give them to papa he'll WHRRELL & LOWE
JuMt kiMM hip nrifl sn.v (hut 'chum I'm
*nch a generous little girl he'll give
them all back to me. Ho you'd better
fir* me caramels."-Memphl* Sclml-
Probate Judge—John R. Clark.
Oounty Attorney—C'ary L. Burdlck
County Treasurer—L K. McGuffln
Oounty Clerk—A. J. Hartenbower.
Register of Deed*— Wm. M. Barker.
Sheriff—James p, Hewer.
Ampfluor -R. O. Hudson.
Superintendent—Hattie R. Darnell
weigher—J^me* K. Powell.
Surveyor T. F. Herman.
Coroner—J. M. Sharpies*.
Wr*t District—Harry Jones
5tUi^drvPi"irlct~R H s"'livan.
Third Dl*trlet—W, E. Mlnnick.
That all Grocers keep
just about the same
goods at just about the
same prices and that
one might just as well
trade at one place as
If you have thought
so. a glance at this list
will convince you of
16 lbs. 6rai«laM Sugar 1,00
! 10 lbs. Oat Mill 25
110 Ibi- Hiaiiy Flaki 25
3 lirgi Gill Toil tin 25
3 Can Ciri 26
3 Cm Piapkii 25
I Gal. Applas 25
3 Cant Liwli Lf 25
3 Can Srmvich In 20
We wantyour Butter
and Eggs. Sole agent
for Chase & Sanborn
Yours to please.
Home, Sign, Carriage and Freteoa
Painter*. l.ocaWd on
*>« Math A Tin ii*.
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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/m1/4/: accessed March 2, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.