The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 220, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 19, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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CHUlES f. l| t IM f>Tklltlitr
One year in advance M.50
Three montbs j *■
One month 4111
Entered at the postotfiee at <til|-
wa; r. Payne County, Oklahoma. ,'c
as second class m.it ni^t-fes
Fall Millinery, Suits and Wraps.
Mb. w. r. Parte,. the Milliner. is now |he
°° -v",h Mu° "<«'■ Stai«ter, , ,ull „„
all Millinery t.h.ch etabtaces all ,he deslg0, ,he ^
on. Bet.,, purchasing, ,„e ,ldi„ of StfUwaw, „J vicinity are
respectfully rented to call and ,biistock
bet pt.ee, „„h other tore*. Mr,. Parker is cottMettt that she
ii-iwica#e ° tbe needs and the P00^1 book.
iwi v#vs *
c\ Word About Tailor
Made Suits and Wraps
Mrs Parker has the Agency for the largest Suit and Cloak
-y Chis A Stevens & Bros. Cilicago, ami has
• 1." '1 'iti/1 \\ t tif^r % « .
House in the country -
,ust received a full line of Fall and Winter Samples
•' ' tjauce and economy, whether yoj
— ..j, ....ether yot
The same care and skill are ob
garment represents both ei
buy a high or low priced one —- are ^
served in construction and satisfaction guaranteed in every case
. — i..~gJ)o not buy a fall Kar,'
BERLIN'S CHILD EXCHAUG*.
the gentlemanly dou.
Suits or parts of suits can be ordered. . - —„ _
ind without first having examined these sample.
ment of any k
Ko.lI l:Jop. a
SO. 10 4.JS p. m j
*11 9 -30*, 111
E. R. MoCAKTHY, AeeM. (
Probat■ Judge—John R. Clark
Sun-'? ^ttornO-Cary h. Burdick.
Asi^ssor—R. o. HJ j- a.
Sa^nntend^t-" I. K-zer.
Weigher-Jam ^ E. Powell.
Surveyor—T. P German.
Coroner—J. M. Sharpie-.
First D str ct-Harry Joo.-
Seeaad D.-iriet-P. H Sull.van.
Third Di :net—W. E M nn!-k.
STILLWATER IS GREAT.
One week ago we predicted im-
mense things were in store for
Stillwater, should we make a suc-
cess of the Cotton and Agricultur-
al Carnival. Truly this is an ep-
och maker in the growth of our
«ty- Immense crowds, sight see-
ing hundreds did not stop with
a look at the fat girl or strong man
—they looked at our brick blocks
—they looked at the holes in the
ground—the foundations for other
buildings, and then their minds
traversed the lapse of time from
"the opening" with today and
what they could see in their minds
eve, in prospect for the great town
of the east in the future, we can
safely guess. These witnessing
multitudes saw a city making a
marvelous and miraculous growth
as a result of combined effort of
patriotic, energetic citizens. We
liave the location, natural advan-
tages and men who are apt when
it comes to pushing, so, why
should we disappoint the public in
That CltT Folk., T.L. r-
rfcllJ "" CoMtrp
Ikildrrn and ,,od Tht.,r Gw>
«ul „f Tana.
The oddest plITTet proposed fo,
ch"dreVT,«kLr''ht. delel°pinem ot
for an interchange „f^'x and^0*"'"
children. country ^
Mistaken In ,h,. ,.er.on
He A cpo*u,
Whfn I approached the Minted
u.-e. on my way homeward, the fat
old collie eumes running ^
Unt^Th73 Br"df0rd Torrt,.v. in At-'
but one sniff Th h' ,ak"
• nd rein " IuaCe a '"intake,
me " he at oru'r' "°h- (xl"usK
J* Ujk quite plainly. «l didn't
• u • outings *•
tr«== --.I ~SniS.S£s;£-.-;
be is so . *^na
A '/ UI'TTA Pt>r n
A. Hl'TTO, PROP.
: Board by day or week
- 1 1 U-efi renovattd and nnwly furtiigbe
Tabl« fariii«ih«d n* ^<mk1 an th *
• H 1(1' >1 • I Will ht* t' M(l fll llHl'K a*
Ti.:-ll"telha.- U-en reinnat.-d ami newly furnitbed
thrniiRln ' Table furiii-li' d as good a* the bt-s
We c n pleaM you and will be glad to have a
-hare of yuur patronage.
WEST NINTH ST. STILLWATER, OKLA.
/ • ■* ■" return recpiv*
,r"in their ow n.
ha d«h-ariia^ °rrman who
o, Child 'r1 1emP"rary '^chatJE'e
roeal ,elfish intere.. j, -t„ ;r ^^
1 ,rZ ; ■ *?*• oniMmtt
in the connfrv and ., , n .
the , • '' lr- 1. in
. ' 15 va! lalile. 1|
know why an int.: n.-,..
of chiltlrrn a little rT '■
-ht all around.
There isn't any £rrp.iT •
«he Oerman"> r:3r, 1
thus far. i„ ,-aiise Er- '.h
American ideas dor'r '
•oheme of p1!t,inp Jh(. •
of exist, n,..
fa n't Imagine win it -1 ■
v. 0 Miown. Ar,H
Jp a> Wlthout to n.ak.
in ti, . ; v ' t bir.iself at fau.j
Ut. -• ' 1 rem, !,!b*r another col-
ter else V r,r~ ? ■ 0 d"- ",r n"«h-
hU . T '• but «h<- instant
r* 1 • ^1 r I1J,i saw his error
" "it to I ^"-.jndVnd 'l " b1 Cropptd Hat on the
exoharge | XnerJ „a- Iu! a«it'J"**!? Sboe '
to express the dep^b of LCtheD°^h
t>on. And th. n. Iisc Ih(, d..<A"f"ihh
Inviting proposals 1 r carrying
mail of tbt
i lahoma territori
I to June ). I •;
I Proposials ret
I I'ec. 3. I Pol.
n the Indian and Ok
1 from July I. It"1:
will be cons
shall agree i
ame. and w
to the route
the mail on
will also lie
Is -clling all Clothing, Dry G<x>ds,
Si t-s. Hats and Caps for less than
Come now and
?«lf a out
See the si
food for alligators.
of ihe Ir
The I 11 foriur
Children „f thf. yatflra
l>> fhe 1 a rn inn* o
•' 1 Illvrra
.art of :h
on January 13. j
sniled f .r South A
1 2t the ( ape was at
-nperstitious turn of
, ' '1 ill luck is asso-
1 ti.e number 1J may per-
• onnrmation of the r
■■ a - ;dy Of the history
Hunt c,.rps, which formed I
burg to P, 1
- on the counter at
irga ns in the coun-
" ''"d in Dublin
":i March 13 it
' and on arrival
: bed t. the Thir-
•quired with l i
The Advance remarked that we
said we thought people were poor
because they didn't take the daily.
V e said that some people were
poor when it comes to paying fcr
.a Jhr KaMt!Vn,riV"r ' '
I \ -''afArthur, of lit>train
ports the New York I r b „ ^
infested by , r
j the natives call them.' ThVv grow "
enormous si«.. a, : ar,
| These alligators will kill . child read-'
«! the river.
j circle from the L.a„k o'u"
-annoT S "hiin- The 1 ^ ornamented with German
a"" S £, - B
"f-.v fw,::;:hr av^°i,,t« ^a;ional
native woman. ™^ ^ -re^f^he, ^ ^
""""rin£r th" — ' —- - [x>sses any edu^atlo^
j teentb battalion of the Imperial Ve^.
maury. On the occasion of their firs"
Encounter wiu, ,he Boer, 13 me„0S
m. iTP* r™ ki!U" aDd the rest
were forced to <uriender.
J«)0I:OCk"V m ha5 a r^"ord of
le.dl.« London ob
to Their ni.nl,, OQ
j 54220. Ingalls to Stillwater II
j. and back, 6 times a «eel,.
j required with bid $7
I contract pays $17s
j tract pays*|pi
|'^-J1' Ingalls by Vates to Shafter, I
I one-half miles and back, ti times
«cek. Bond required with 1
Present contract pay.
*3-|s Sub-contra..t paj. 127!'.
54222. West Point to Glencoe 634 mil,,
! Bran per hundred
Gold Medal Flour,
Tomatoes per can..
[ Corn per can
S bars Silk soap ...
| 1 gall.m pail syrup
All package coffee
week. Bond ]
WUi New st.r- Wheat chop..,
Bananns, Comb Honey, Cranber-
Heat together in a boi!er !>'
eupfuls of tupar and 1>. cnpfuls
•tron* coffee: when the sugar is di-
•ol edI add the yolks f s x e.-,- r.d
atir the mixture until it be^ns to
thicken, when i: mn.; be removed
quickly and birred : , foHi„
T Pin' 'f ' ream *h:pped
en i! >t dry; turn .t „t0 a mold and
put on the cover. T prevent salt wa-
"r from entering p.; . a,-rip of hut-
fnrc P!Prr.fcr"'" ': "d^: pack it
,nd ^ that it is
<"ompl tely buried an,! leave it for four
flours. When read, t serve plnne.
the form quickly into h.,t water and
«urn out onto a plate—Pet,pie's Home
' l^n 'nqiuriay the reason, she pose.l to
■gtea; a gJia5g!gg-.ry,«"->• y s„
buil.l one. 'We're thlnWiwrnf .'l,ld"'t °r^"r, Sa-Vs the London Telegraph' * ,i-'".T
nkine of it. she I far. so pood; but now that thai P«r diae by Clarkaoa to Coyle
. ove, are thfre phi.oloir;;a,o;^ j , .„i,e, .lld «timei „ v: e
IZT' I"': " ',e improved. 1
sTll '-vv ,"V -.°ne 'f b',ard"rs to
with II " '"er', *" "atfsfied
JI ' ' •"! - *®:'1 him t,. £o and
eepts there is Wilhe'tn ,r. fav„,r^
one. Dmtscliland uijer a: es. • \f,„
haviujr examined a j.upii as to
orthography of the inscription, the
and back, '> time
required with bid
54223. Cushing to liipley, lnmiles ana
t) ek.8 times a week I',ond re-
quired with bid *'.ni. Present con
tract pays $150.
land to Chandler> 2« mile] "I'd! "eS' Kraut- Colorado Potato
^tuhM8,".^ rr"nJ r:""ir f C0l0rati° ()mons' Cabbage.
• f."". i res«nt con-
uact pays flss. Sub-contract pays
4225. Tryon by Nora to |;ip)t.y la ~
miles and back. « time- „ „e, k j
I 2 C
"•wered 'as this is the .eeond'e^d
we have |,.t within three weeks.'
Children, it is per\. ps needless to
*P am. are cheap in Colombia."
'I he 'Point
Mr. Not ie—The
Mrs NootHe ^ut what chance
there for linn to live?
"That's what I h inte.i t„ 1 j Orthography of the inscrintion th. '
know." ant • ®f Re former leave the Fatherland
"The doctors d'In't sa, anvthin„ ,bf rat*P«.v'rs ahould
Bond required with bid *
|54!1 \ Marena by Yates to Orli
10'-• miles and back, 8 times a week
Hond required with bid $80ti w,
54216. Lovell to Yatea ->J
back, 3 times a ' Boml're'
quired with bid m, Pre.ent con-
tract pays c.s .v, ^ ,
l"iys m Sub-contract
Repairimg _A Specialty
Main s[ Next lioor to Amos & Son.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
Kor Sale. All kinds of wood .
'*219' b'o^ks west of Main on
Blancett & Mason,
Palace Barber Shop.
I irst class bathrooms in con-
nection. Your patronage so-
North oh Yorsr, Stillwater
"11" ——!"«■■■ ifcL UUIV I
CROCERIES -vmd QUEENSWARE
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The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 220, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 19, 1901, newspaper, October 19, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc117458/m1/2/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.