The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 156, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 4, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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Blair Davis and I)r. Yates ,)f *
arc in the city, J
Miss Maude Miller went to |y-i
Tin- finest of ice creHin is kept nt ti
piarnond Pharmacy, tf
All the best and refreshing ,|rlllk
are kept ut Hand's driige store h
Henry Daniels Lm,m (o
dny and will remain for som- tjim.
Call on or 'phone ks f,„. n>;. M, , ^
Morris' «m North Main. -(||
The themioiAeW has n„t I
of the NO's in Port,, Kieo this summer
A full line of fine drugs at the Di«-
jjmnd Phirmioy (,
Out1 Weather.—Kiiir and warmer to-
night and Wednesday.
Excellent drinks of «|| kinds in the
soda line at the Diamond Pharmacy.
$5 Five Dollars $5
buys a ton of coal
| 'rn|k about Hpiitji
«0ist pfacp j„ t|1H St,ll«-ater is the
! ••nwt every oIP , h* f°''
! fiKl,ls' This mm- '">,n Mv dog
said he"Z,";f- 10 °'clo(,k
| 'loR "Shis on ti1(, nn'tlnek'f
rnlh,°Ki*hth Avenue A>
! "f "IP d y ""'"c cur i ll"" ***'' I
I a outline and n.^, ,. w 111 Jump on .. , —
j About for11' r y,,|l) R( 's 111' 1 , ''""t « 'l vest, on the road
' *hoiild l - coft "Th W('rtl'l«s doKs!®. Ut tWO miles this city.
ten r,(i of. | Owner may have them by proving
property, information at this office.
! "ni1 (,, er'n„T".rH ',;rny' s"""!Dissclioion Notice:—x. ti<-,> is hereby
I"1"1 Mr. Harms sfri'et. K'ven that the firm of Dix A Vandiver I
1 •''I'^t National I i. r"' . "f . has been dissolved by mutual consent. I
I "'most, completed TI ,, K' ar<' !' L' "ix a8sumes liabilities ami
"" N,,rtii Main nr.'. I ■uil(linKs I "" apeounts are payable to him.
| [urge arch ■ with
i Tho now buiii*
| ('01jstruction I,y 'M^s;.'"(l"r ,,n,lrs
, h w y filled Wjt|, h),in. .
Petered in case th ■ k K,u3
I he us
yone "rm it could he opened
Kansas City is t„ have a „ew S||(M)
factory. • It will again be said, "Made
in Kansas City, U. S. A "
For something g,„„i try nan(j.g
champaign phosphate, blue ribbon, or
whipped cream drinks, tf
\. Itisbec, the shoemaker, returned
from Kl Heno yesterday where he lias
been for the past ten days.
Dr. I'ainter will office at his residence
No 310 South Lewis St. for the ndxt
sixty days. Phone 114. tfi
Purchase cigars that arc manufact-
ured here in Stillwater. They arc of
the liest quality of tabacco. tf
Mr. and Mrs. F. K Miller and son
left this morning fur Colorado where
they will spend two or three weeks
I \V. Morris has a nice new barn on
North Main and will put out good rigs.
His phone is , -,-y,
Oiir R.ick and \V. 1. Hodges were
in l.ipley today to attend a meeting of
the directors of rlie bank at that place.
Crushed fruit with your drinks it
Hand's. Kxclusive right on tli* ice
r*-am manufactured by the Candy
: I 'tory tf
Attorney W B. William- !.-tt ti...
morning for Lawton wher- !.,■ «i| re-
mnin for some time at I.mi and prob-
ably permanently to p* .m ... lH
This office is in rece it of a I .d-
-ome catalogue of the A and M
• L'e. It. is noticed that t f.il t.-rtn
of school begins on Septeml : I t
If you have not seen your name n,
the list of successful on. - in the land
'litest it is a sure sign of defer: te
vision and may be easily corrected by
'sat Grady Bro-
i Kend JiltMn "i S'"a" OJrclone Die
L'an's "Uy nipl' < ^'e Man-
j prcttvITi ' m"Vl(l thi"KS "rtnlnd
5 hiely; turned his wagon liueev
TanU i , ' ,mir hundred
,i i l,'"ng it into slivers and
^P'/^fit into the ground, and
■ ,l iaJ s'ack. Fortunately
ir; r: uie iu,t,,ai « .«.«
• the family were badly
' (ar,'d' -Cushing Herald.
I T ,e flrm~ Ellis A lteynolds dis-
| o'ved partnership last night, and Mr.
| " molds left this morning for Dallas.
' " 'ias accepted a position
11 if tamous as advertising man.
">eie boys have been partners just
two years yesterday, and during that
time have built up an excellent trade
and have pleased theircustomers. The
business is still run a, the Texas Store
but with J. B. Kills as the only mem-
ber of the firm. Mrs. lteynolds will
leave in about two weeks Tor Dallas to
join her husband and there reside.
The following bit or verse and prob-
able local of Owen Moore of Perry is
taken from the Perry Republican :
Left town one day.
Than he could pay
Came back today
J. (i. Blackburn residing about a half
mile north of the college handed us a
hunch of plums tins morning that dis-
counti d anything we have seen this
i year of its kind, (if course the dry!
"••till, r prevented them from being ns I
I nice they otherwise would have
ti yet t: i bunch was composed of j
.■igl.i large plums averaging about two |
thirds the si;
Blackburn his almost t\\
thesH t rPt
This 31st day of July, 1901. (154) j
W. L. Div W.J. Vammvki:. |
Dissolution —Notice is hereby
Riven that the linn of Kllig A Reynolds
composed of J. B. Ellis and W. K. Rey-
nolds is this day dissolved by mutual
consent,.). B. Ellis assuming all out-
standing obligations of the lirm, and
H K. Reynolds retiring. All accounts
due the firm are payable to J. B. Ellis
only. This Oth day of August, 1901.
Eli.is A Reynolds.
I. B. Eli.is W. K. Reynolds
We Have a Few More
of those fine summer corsets
which we are closing out at
wholesale prices. Come in at
once and investigate.
When you are in search of a
good work shirt, a pair of pants,
a piece of hardware or some
other article of merchandise,
go to The Racket and you will
get a bargain.
For Sale or Trade.
A good stock farm worth *JOOO, 3'j
miles from Stillwater. 2 room house
and outbuildings. 90 acres fenced.
W ill trade forgood rental property in
Stillwater and some cash. Apply at
tnis office, tf
Wanted for spot
cash a good blocky
team of horses weigh-
ing 1,000 or 2,ooo
bie & Miller.
This May Interest You!
Iir. Kims. Homoeopathic physician,
does a general practice. Nervous trou-
bles in all their forms treated. Positive
beneficial results guaranteed in lung
and heart troubles. Diseases peculiar
to wome.i, their surgical and electrical
treatment. Piles positively cured, and
without pain. We have a complete
Kleetrical outfit and claim to be expert
in their medical application. Office
over First National Bank.
Progress in Buildiug.
Enough brick buildings are now be-
ing erected to more than fill one side
of a block solid. This is a big showing
for Stillwater and will give the best
accommodations for business firms
which formerly had a difficult time in
finding some suitable building in
which to do business. The widths of
s. p. BYERS.
^ )• WIKOFF. President. ^
Dr, S. D. HOUSTON. Vice Pr,,id,ntf"A" H0UST°N, Cuht«r. J
STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA. ~ ^9. S
££'*** «5; J0:«0 ' |
'•f Funds secured by Mosler Patent Screw-Door Safe v„i„ , • i ..
^4 . locks, the best made, and insured against'loss in Ti"! Baiffi"1""
^ Mutual Casualty Company. "8 ^
g WE RESPECTFULLY SOL.C.T YOUR BUSINESS. . S
i-;- 0 % ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^
Dr, S. D. HOUSTON. Vic. P^d.nt USTO'
^\ow\ Bank of c0ffJ
f a linn egg. Mr1
()"f j clifTeront buildings are as follows :
wl. rh Mil- j'ist Ii«*uinning to J 1 'ian<^e,,« feet; (-iray, 25; Scott, 25:
The fruit n,,""y- Fields & Miller. 60; Hnll. Jft*
w • rip' has a blue r:i-t and not red j '''ll*nes, Jo ; Murphy, Jo: Lytton, 50;
us ii. .st plums are when ripened. ! ' 'ere. Ji city hall
It got so hot up at Pawhusl i ihat
lh- ground got so dry. grc! . r:i ks
■vere made in the earth and the i .ad
'oinmlssioners hud to put divert*
icn>ss to make tbini;s payable.
^ nternielons are ab indant n . mid
wagon loads of them are comiiiu' into
'he market. They are almost n* 1
fls those raised in this c. uutry i f- -iii-
•ir summers, and the size i ti ti'
Miss Helen Hunt of Port Worth,
Tex., Is in tin- city and may L'-t up a
niusit'flla-s. Miss Hunt ha- tnkc h
eourse in the Boston C.';i*ervator> of
nuisie. She Mill remain in ti-'* • ty in-
Mr. K. (). Stevenson left tin- morn-
ing for Chicago anil after stopping
ilieri* for n short time will g. to Buffa-
lo to visit the Pan-American exposi- j
tion. She w ill be absent a collide of |
•50. and Wikoff 6c Norris, 5(L This
makes a total of -10(1 feet of solid brick
buildings. Three hundred feet of
be two stories high
100 feet, will be but
! he Pawnee Indians are neighboring
i the > ics and I'ox Indians this •
eel This is something unusual as | these bricks wi
the two tribes hnv not been on very
friendly terms What makes it more
'triu ge is that they htc holding their
■Mir <l:ii ' •' to-.-tluj)- Half naked bucks
lire dancing to the ringing of bells
and makinir niglit hideous with their
yells. The dance is rather tame, how-
ever. when compared to those of
ormer times, when they brandished
I their tomahawks and made an attack
ipon an imaginary foe. However, u RIPLEY BANK,
number of our citizens find enough in-
'rri**l '" tiie dane" to go out and see
j it and don't regret the time spent in
doing so.—-Cushing Herald.
Ladies and Gents Suited.
I have just received my fall and winter samples.
Over elegant styles of foreign and domes-
tic woolens to select from. Also fall styles and
samples for Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits. Every
garment a fit. Call and inspect them
HOMER L. DUNN....
Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.
j and the balanci
; . me story.
I'liis of course is including nothing
but the brick business buildings.
I'liere is already and will be soon a
great deal of work done towards erect-
ing residences and college buildings.
The new school house on North Main
is also nearing completion.
Will Have Brick Pavement—Con-
tract I.et To I,. F.
Guthrie Citizens Have Secured A
Charter and Will He-
The new building being erected by
'•eo. Murphy on South Main is Hear-
ing completion and in hut a few days
now t he furniture stock of K. M.1 Mica I
can ! «• put jt> elegant style The rev-
s'1 store can also be put in condition
having been piled up for several days
waiting until the furniture stock could
A close hair cut or u head shave is
all tb** gu now among some of tin
young; men. Over a dozen have had
their hair olipped quite close and nl-
'hoiif b it is more coin fort able ii is not
n the least more becoming When
''old weather comes on the boys will
glad to take up the old style, long
A charter was granted by Secretary
'.V, M. Grimes to the Citizens Bank of
Ripley, the organizers of which are
I Senators J. C. Poster, Attorney Geo.
| II. Foster. K. It. Foster and Paul J.
Poster, all of Guthrie. The furniture
U a meeting of the ciiy council at, .H1d equipments have been purchased
Oklahoma City Saturday night at J and this new financial institution for
which all the members and tho mayor, p^yuo county and Oklahoma will bo-
und clerk were present • Bids for pav- gj,, operation in the near future,
ing were opened and the unanimous i The incorporators are all well known
vole was to accept the lowest one. I OklMhoinanti. J. C. Foster is an atlor-
This was the bid of I ! Kramer and j Mey w(,0 has served two terms in the
for bric k paving I he specifications territorial senate, lie is also one of
follow : j the largest land owners iii the county.
Brick per s'liinre yard, with ten year ||;A brother, Geo. II. Foster, who will
guarantee, >1 v without mniraiitee. i |>nv«' charf<t' of the bank, is alse an at-
j forney and a gentleman of great busl-
11-inch inlet pipe, in placo. | neas ability. Paul,I. Foster, who will
lo-inche, 5011,(, cashier of the bank, recently re-
I U. G. /NORRIS'
1 Cash Grocery I
per lineal foot.-lo cents: ^ _ ro.
12-inch ii" cents; 1 .-inch, 111 turned from the Philippines, whore lie
served with great credit in one of the
i-ch basins, complete, each. *:!S.
tilled check, M.-W.
a son of
I A Full Supply of AN Season-
able and Canned Goods.
Everything Sold Right.
North Main St., Stillwater, O.
ij? ijf )\t ii? >• J * Ut ilJ ^ ^ ij'J 0
E. 1$. GOOD, 5
The Stillwater National Bank.
Capital Paid Up,
Successor to the Stillwater State Bank, Organized 1894.)
Hoes a General Banking Business.
See us. We Want
Your Patronage ^
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 156, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 4, 1901, newspaper, August 4, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117395/m1/3/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.