The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 220, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 19, 1901 Page: 3 of 4
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The Sublime Passion l'lay, Sundy
evening. Don't miss it. [f
C. C. Curler a.iU family from Cusl,.
ing visited here yesterday.
We make prescriptions a speciality
\\ . H. Hand, Druggist. ^
Just arrived at the "Paris'
-orlir.cnt of street hats.
a line ;
A complete line „f pntent medicines
at H . II. Hand's LlruK store. ,,
A full, line of fine druKs
ery at the Diamond Pharmacy tf
T. A. Robert< and John
turned from I'awhtiska yesterday
II K Thompson, bankerand capital.
ist of Kalston is visiting ,,, ,)|t, ^
A foil line of toilet articles also ink
pencil m and stationary at \V. 11
Fine illustrated so.„<s will be pre-
sented during the evening of the Pas-
sion l'lay. ]f
"'t. Ml" Sti" Grinds—Some
1 hat Happen at the
the Territory "Ctimi bro'"?ht by
C «<'t'eerchareMd'«StthJllme8 i""1 .°I,H
out late yesterl T"' l,,rce"J'-
th'« norninK y *ft®rn(>on and
v.rd„.t rrr,e8°a^r ti"-
| day \\ (1111<| w stand yester-
Mcl,ean re- had there I, ' co"v|cted him even
th« latter end of th Se"tenC(
T""jury dis1Krtid „ 'M"'Url
Ohe Case beer and lie ie^ield6
ingtoHnd r J"' this morn"
k ° 11,1,1 for the plaintiff.
^cree for divorce brought by Wm.
si,1" '',lK.rin.^l7loPwedntoH'a9 "J
People didn't go to the fire The s "blished.
| morning. ' ^Iin18 10,8
"The melancholy days have come, K"fr,'r withdrew his plea of not
the saddest of the year ; it is some too 1 f"'ty "" Ule of pointing a pis-
hot for whiskey and a little too cool ,o1 ",,d en'^ one of K,,iity He was
for beer."-—fcxchangB. sentenced to ten days in jail
J Hunter William, of (ileucue pass-! morning wered.t'CO""'y •iail tt,is
«i through the city this morning en- ! of breaking out the f,' 9fbility
d" i['i°n CnwITto^,'pIS,UJ* *"1
and will hold services a, „.«ial ton,or- '"'k'
rov> at the Episcopalian church. Resolutions, j
Shawnee. Okla.,Oet X8.-Atare.ru.
;,,ss,"n "f the Grand Lodge
oil U /V y',lias' °f "klahoma, held
October K. 1P01, In the eity ofShaw-
the following resolutions we" |
Whereas. 0,,rdi,,ingt,i,hed brother,
V Uliain McKinley, the lamented pre*
"lent, has been removed from our
ninK- iri a most tragic way, be it
. By the Knights of Pyth-
"f' 'klaboma, in Grand Lodge con-
That the Order of Knights of Pyth-
las has lost an eminent member and
the nation a valued and faithful ser-
esidenee property for sale at V"Mt:
in if taken at once. Kn- | Tlmt we attend to the bereaved wife
I the sympathy and condolence of our
W. F. Johnston, j0"1":
fl'Ht the alter of this lodge be draped
Good 4 r i during this session;
; onT up"
School Lands for Lease.
NOTICE FOH LESKUKS
S hoot Land Office
Guthrie, O. T , Oct. 20, 1901.
Notice is hereby given to all lessees
of school, public building, college or
Oklat"""1 !l",ls tl,H Territory of
"lahoma w "°s" leases expire on Jari-
u"ry 1 fJ'lL', thiit they will be requiied
to make application for a renewal of
heir lease on or before November 20,
fun filed preference right will be
Applications will be governed by the
following general rules:
All applications must be made
d'oe/'nT "f. tl"v'' from the
,o, .,'xl,lr«t'oii of the lea-e.
(-) All notes for rental mu.-t be
made payable on the lirst day of Octo-
ber of each year.
Jl\ i No ai'P'i'cation will be consider-
ed at less than appraised value.
(1) All lessee* who are in default
n their rental obligations, are here-
by notified that they will not be per
u! £LtOTeneV tbeir 'en<e or remove
' or improvements until sueh
rental is fully pajd. B"L"
'5) All lands on which leases will
expire on or before January 1. 1902
r«r which applications for renewals are
not received in accordance with the
above general rules will be leased to
tb" highest bidder without reserve as
tj lhe preference right „f the f()rmpr
lessee public notice of which will be
Riv« n hornafter.
This office will mail to the recorded
address Of all lessees whose lease ex-
pires as above mentioned, notice giv-
nig the appraised value and blanks
necessary for renewal. Any lessee
failing to receive the same can obtain
a.M:y! "" "°,,d ""
w M. M. J E \ KINS
Governor and Chairman.
T r Lf H.WTEIi,
J A". J. rlOfSTO.V,
Secretary of the Board.
Ladies and Gents Suited.
I have just received my fall and winter samples.
Over jMMHt 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
OMER L. DUNN
Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.
All prescriptions are compounded
• th care by long experienced pharm-
i istsat W . II. Hand's Drug store, tf
I'urcliuse cigar.- that inanulaet-
ured here in Stillwater. They are of
ti" I>est quality of tubacco. tr
Marriage license war" is-u>-d today to I
""'"i-jr. gnd 24. and I'hoele.
1. Kay, aged lit, both of Stillwater j
I r- eman Bros, have the original and
o'll}' genuine moving picture of the ;
I'assioti Play. A chance of a life time
I o see i t. t f I
A good r
h big bargain
< l fl llllll, .
r.nquire at Wright & Vaughn s barber
Mr II. R Hueston left this morning
for Guthrie. It is probable that he
"ill visit some portions of the new
«■' untry before returning home.
The ladiM of the W. C. T V will
meet at the M. K. church next Tues-
"y "fternoon at three o'clock in a
mothers' meeting. Conducted by Mrs.
All ladies interested, invited.
I'rof R. II. Kwing went to Guthrie
'"'liy to attend a meeting of the ter-
ritorial Hoard of Education. The pro-
f" sor says he is somewhat under the
weather today owing to the fact that
he absorbed too much enthusiasm on
hursday afternoon and evening.
Hy request the I'reeinan Bros, will
put on their famous Sublime Passion
l5 in the opera house on Sunday
•veiling I'helr play on the street is
one of the highest order and all Car-
u'«l visitors should see it. Price of
admission 10, 20 and :u> cents. tf
Miss Hessie Johns came.out Thurs-
day evening from her Indiana home to
PHnd a month visiting her uncle Jus.
Johns of shis place. .Mr. Johns has
" 'ti in the west for 2.i yeurs but this
the llrst relative of bis that has ever
' ' """'d the Mississippi river and the
""ly one he has seen for sixteen years
1 i arnival Ball last night was- as
Predicted, a grand success, without
'luestlon being the swellest ball ever
"eld in eastern Oklahoma. The two
'g opera bouse store rooms connected
'1 arches gave ample space for sixty-
nve couple to dance, so the furty cmi-
M- for the llrst time had ample Hoor
"Ptee. Orange punch and lemonade
Whs served from punch bowls. The
decorations and arrangements of same
••tastely handled by Mrs. Barnes,
*r«>er, and the Misses Campbell and
* itner, The rugi davenports, palms,
Plot tires and etc. were furnished by
s'«venson, Oneal and Morrison.
iv v'* ?umt* oe s n t
to Mrs. McKinley at her home in Can-
ton. Ohio, and a copy be given to the
Signed, J. F. I'ok.J. F. Palmer, E.
h. Good, committee.
J w. Henderson. Grand Chancellor.
Attest: H. H. Smock,Grand Keeper
of Kecords and Seal.
era Ily fair
Bedroom for rent, on Kighth and
atreet tf Mrs. s«tn Gardiner.
I he Hughs-t-iregory debate will be-
gin Sunday night in (he tabernacle on
The local union of the young peoples
christian society will have a meeting
at the Baptist church tomorrow even-
ing at 6:30 o'clock.
a full line
J. C. /NORTH
I ECAL BLANKS.
Best of material,
EST OF WORKMANSHIP
Robert Johnson L. O. Woods
JOHNSON & WOODS
Tonight and Sunday gen- FIRST NATIO/MAL
Up-to-date first class tousorial
HOT N3 OLD BATHS and finest line
of cigars in the city.
Under First National Bank.
Thornberry r g
J. Thornberry r t
H MUKPHV, M. !>.. K. M. YATKS, M. D
Local Surg. K. O. K. K. fiyes a specialty
WURPHY & YHTES,
Phftlclans k Surgeons.
Office up-stali s over First National Bank llldg,
Calls aussrered (lav or ulglit. Stillwater, o. T
T. O. H'JITT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Special attention Klven to Civil and Probate
■tuslni'si ('!.ire oil west slile Main Street
upstairs In Hodues biiiluiim. Stillwater
'1 he above is the line up of the teams
which played on the coile^ campus
this afternoon. The weather was de-
cidely hot but the ginger which comes
with the cold weather was everywhere
manifest. The game was fast, and
viewed from a foot hall point of view
decided many things in store for tlie
A anil M.
At the Baptist church tomorrow, the
usual services morning and evening
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Evening
service at T :30. The Local Union of
Young People's Sosietiea will meet at
this cnurch at 8:15. 0. L. Kezor will
lead th« meeting. All are cordially
S. ?. ZUT3,
Attorney at lav.
OBoe up stairs over (Iasbttb offlce la
Mew briek, North Mala.
s. w. kp:iskr w
E. E. GOOD
■ — . tasnt«
The Stillwater National Bank.
ill n°es a General Banking Business
Capital Paid Up,
vSuccessor to the Stillwater State;Bank, Organized 1894.)
We Want Your Patronage
FRANK ). WIKOFF. President.
. r^iucn., , C. A. HOUSTON. C
Dt, S. D. HOUSTON, Vic«;Prctldtnt.
The National Bank of Commerce.
Paid up Capital - - #25.000 00
Surplus .... 1,50000
Funds secured by Mosler Patent Screw-Door Safe Vale triole tio.e
locks, the best made and insured ngaioM loss in The Ual.ker s
.Mutual Casualty Company.
WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR I°BUSINESS.
Kast Side South Main St.
Also Operates a Laun- T h. «. hueston, pr0p. ffJ
dry on same side of S tjk
street. !| BEST FlJK/MIShED ROOMS IN THE CITY, g
■ \ll RATES $1.00 and $1.25 Per Day 5
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.