The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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SHORE W. Q, STONE'S PRFECTO AND LITTLE DUKE C1Q/1R5
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or any other building InOk^m^Them^by tta! ^ ^ ^ "* ^ tC> '6aSe this
We haveeSbementedhat $,°'00° 3t abs°lut* -rl<etcost " ^ W"UI°Se °l" °Ure"tire
this sale is on now
New Laces, Embroideripc! a-.ri i-irC ,
mq,.. o yiutJi and Ail Over^ At Poqh
New Summer Underwear MoPv u/V . .
$500 worth Men's ®™ f+ " Women s At Cost:
Men's and Boy? Hltf anri ufS1 Sh.irts At Cost!
a,-. ftnn . Vj° "ats anc! work shirts At Cost'
>t, 00C worth d New. Up-to-Date Style Shoes AtVisti
We ™1"St Close Out! . ' vVe arP Z '
sell^one cent on credit. Don't ask It. Positively will not let out goods on appTovaiy f°' a" -,nsat-
PFVMAI rvc _
9 FE^AS STORE
CHARLES F. NEERMAN. Editor and Publisher.
"ne year in advance
Entered at the poatotflce at Si
•ttWr, lay.ie County, Oklahoma,
second class mail matter.
Donart worked Jong; for nothing.
A while for something, and lias
now been "stepped" out.
$4.50 1'unston loves adventure for ad- f
1.201 venture's sake. It is going to be I
.40,' the hardest thing in the world for
still. |hlm to settle down to the huuidrunj
of army life.
fl"'l:si)A V. A 1'ltlf. 4, 1901.
Norris w'as beaten
Little Japan has a fine
the best warships afloat.
, o.„F, anoai, and she
big" I has taken effective steps to call it
to Russia's attpntii-m i..,
, to Russia's attention by sending it
! to Corea.
John Youst will soon be at the
lhr°ttlf' I New Vork churches are getting
I so prosperous that they have can
but not ified mortgages to burn. St An-
drews M. E. church held a speciai
service to burn one for
small bands of insurgents have
surrendered, and the cities and
I provinces are being rapidly put
under civil government.
1 he Czar of Russia has twenty- j
jseven physicians, and they are all;
; Selected from the medical celebri-
ties of Russia. There is a first
Physician in-chief; then come ten
| honorary surgeons, two oculists, a
chiropodist and honorary chiropo-
dist. two court physicians and
ee specialists for the Czarina
A petition has effect,
"I told you so" that John Youst!
would lie elected.
have very little regard for a
j "lau who niakes politics his busi-
lns j "ess. But every man should make
'f dllt>' t0 take jnst as much in-
fringer will continue to be le.jSe«.!f
gal adviser of the alreadv wise'1 ' V
Abercrombie ought to own
light plant now.
A blind man helping to educate
his more fortunate brethren is cer
tainly true philanthropy. Mr.
Ralph X. Voorhees, an uncle of
,0V* Voorhees who is blind, has
given Carroll College, Kesha Wis
*5.5,ooo. i„ addition to 55o,oooi
given sometime ago.
SCOTT & JKYNES
Livery, Feed and
. .. Sale Biiiii
•stillwater and Perry
Exchange Harn 'Phone 18.
. Corner Husband and 7th
I')a herY ©onfeefioDery
Th<-'American llridge Company
Brown will again have a chance wkh Ihe world'Uie ti0"
to set back it) bit Choi, ,„d ask ! hriigc conl,™t ^ i ^
"guilty or not guilty." I ' ' ''hc">m
| ountry. It was from a railroad in j
There are portions of Kentuckev ! 'cnador a,uJ involves an expeudi j
where "teaching the young ih-J Ure of <a.*°°.°oo.
^X«rn9 ,hC Pr°Per 'JT"T neWrh- heen de-
8 lclded,y Rasing of late. Many
fighting In Arabia.
n'rr*""* April 1 —Kurther
t, I* 7 r,p()rted ' have oceured in
t 'P V-jed district of Arabia between
!'!f 1 °f the 1'orniim
M'Hand Hi,, |inshi(li th|) fe|f s
am'l' e "l'|1- ^Il,nt/" l,l,s overflowed
*' IU'S',<I dis"">tfou floodh In 1 |,e
Province of Adrian pole. Kight vill.„0i
1 Z'lthHt — -
liere"to-duy^"1"1"l('' ^-1. w«.
T,k. dinner wlth Brow„r- jA)| :
* «t toe«t for30cL«.
Wakes the Puiest Bread. Cakes,
Pies, Etc. in the City.
'WiWHwiimimii iiiMi 1
b ia cblACK bear t
| MEAT MARKET I
f CELERY and CAME IN SEASON '*
^ South Main Street
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Neerman, Charles F. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1901, newspaper, April 4, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115970/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.