The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, April 12, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY AI'RIL 12, 1
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J J*inl Healthiest City iti
'] Ra.«tc-rn Oklahoma.
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I hey are made from pure, honest goods. They :ire cut,
shrunk and shaped to a perfect stylish fit, and every stitch is
watched with the incxi strict scrutiny known to tailors who
know how to make HONEST goods and are actuated in the
endeavor to maintain the reputation of these pants by being
members of THE FIRM.
Buy a pair of our Celebrated ALL WOOr pavt« ,
RIPS we will pay y(nl oxj; DOLLAR. For every roCKPT
Itat RIPS „ will pay >•„„ SI-VENTV l1']YJ. CEXTS 1
every WAIST BAND tint RTP<5 „ LilATS- I'or
CENTS. I,„CT KIP In ih, slfflCEMKWh™i.'""H
TONIESOFF I"'-!;1 VK CT ~ ""TON ,T
cu.ULtj ()!• F we will pay VOu TEN CENTS
98cts to $4.98
We Guarantee every pair of Forked Deer
Pants lo be perfect in Material, Fit and Work-
manship. and all dealers are authorized to
make good this warran y a our expense.
Overalls and Work Shirts that can't be bell in (be City. From 24 cams up.
BRING IN YOUR PRODUCE FOR EXCHANGE.
We Sell Everything in the Rocket Line
West side of South Main Street. <5 p Dvc^o J
o. r, BYERS, ProD.
1898, 1 TO,899,06.
Territorial Warrants Are Almost i 1900, 214,891,84.
The condition of the finances ot the
great territory of Oklahoma is such
that territorial warrants are lirintririg '
from 98c to 9Bc on the market with a
strong demand. There are u number
of people who are anxious to sectiie
the territorial warrant* at 99c on the
d >Ilur. The report of Territorial
Treasurer K. M. I bompson made at
the cloio of business on March 30, was
a splendid one, and showed very clearly
that at. that time the finances of Okla-
homa were tin a good basis and on a
par with any of the stales adjoining I between Weatherford and Amarillo is
the territory. The total indebt"dness J being pushed ut a rapid rati-. On every
of Oklahoma, both bonded and war-1 mile of the distance, 150 miles, the
rants amounts $412,01.0 and at the time j dirt continues to tly and it is believed
the last report was made a total in the that the truck to Amarillo will ho eom-
treasury or $.'82,815,40. During Trees- pleted by October 1st.
urer Thompson's term of office nearly' WIimi this is done there will be n
$800,000 have been pnid as taxes by the j direct connection into Denver and
county t reasu rers and <1 u ring that time j ot her ( olorado points, iron ti! 1 ^outli- !
there ha' never 1 een a draft or check ern Okltlioma and Indian loilitor^ ^
protested, neither has there eter Ih'cii ' point
any trouble In connection with the
The following warrants were paid
out during tho last quarter:
Common school fund, $125,8877,44 ;
general fund, $79,984,03: university
fund, $16,384,50; Edmond Normal fund
$8,264 45 ; l angston leasing fund, $4 -
660,83 ; board of education fund, $99,10 ;
Alva Normal fund, $3,722,89; A. A: M.
leasing fund, $5,960,30: A. A M. levy
fund, $2,486,45; Langston leasing fund,
$1,054,75; deaf and dumb fund, $932,5S,
Work on tho Choctaw right-of-way
FINANCES OF OKLAHOMA-
China Will Eventually Become an
\ ienna, April 11.—The French econ-
omist, Paul Deleure, iir an article in
the Nana Wen Tageblatt, discussing
which civilized nation is likely to ex-
ploit China snys:
"It is probable that tho chief role
will full tothc United States, especially
when the Nicaragua canal has been
cut. China will then, for economic
purposes, become an American colony.
The Americans know this, Hiid their
whole attitude during recent events,
has been marked by linesse and fore-
Aprieots have been killed in most
parti of the territory by the froats.
The other day at Oklahoma City one
of the Times-Journal's carriers took
aiek and put in a substitute. A crowd
of kida in one part of the town stonad
his pony, which threw him and hurt
him severely Kids can be just as
devilish as old Satan himself when they
want to be.
This is the time of the year when
the kids sneak out and u^o barefooted.
Si The Dry.
SI nnd Josh are two Iowa men who
settled mar this city s few weeks ago.
They met one day and indulged in the
following b cviries: "liornin Si"
'What'djou give your horse for
At another meeting last Saturday on
payment of taxes fn m the various
counties. In case there should be
financial diflculty, under tho provisions
of tho Embry bill, passed by the as-
sembly just closed, a portion of the
building fund, which has not bean
touched, may be used to pay olT indebt-
edness of certain kinds.
The taxes collected by Treasurer
Thompson during his term of olllcc'fol-
You Aro Cordially invited
To attend the afternoon reception
given by the ladies of tho Episcopr.l j
church at tho residence of Mr*. II. IS.
Hand, corner Lewis and 8th streets
Friday April 12. The ladies will rr-
ceivc from 8 to 6 p. in.
For rent: Two nice furnished rooma
on the corncr of Tenth and Duck street.
Call on 0. J. Trucy.
The Tonkawa Stale Bank will ehangt
to a First National Hank.
Charter, were granted the firs. „rJ South main, this dialogue eni'tied-
the week to tho Farmers' 8tato bank "Mornin' Hi"
of Geary with a capitnl stock or $5,000, "Mornin' Josh "
and the Mountain View State hank "What'd you say you gave your ho
with a capital of $10,000. for hots?"
The citizens of Cushing are still' "Turpentine"
making a bard pull for tho Kansas "Killed mine.
Oklahoma A Texat railroad.
William Grimes is not a eandidato
for the governorship.
The Watonga Uepubliaan Is still
warning the homesteaders not to
BIG OIL WELL SOLD.
Million Dollars Paid for the Beatty
Ukai mont, T«.\.,^prji 10.—Tht) larg-
est sale yet coruuuiated in the Beau-
mont oil district was made when on*
million two hundred and fifty thousand
* was paid for tho property or
the Texas Western Oil company, form-
erly the Southern Oil company of Cor-
sieana. The buyers got the Beatty
Outlier, which has a producing capac-
ity of seventy thousand barrels per
day. The sale w.sttfTecled by Charles
D. 1 "lien, of New York city, for cap-
italists headed by K. r„ Henry, „f
mortgage their farms.
The wheat crop in Oklahoma ii in
good condition and tho prospect in
many placet much better than it hat
ever baen at till* time of the year.
There is such a thing
Abasement, 22x80 feet, for rent.
Good cement floor and suitablo for
office or general business purposes.
Call at Urtdy Broi.' itore for further
A NEW LINE OF
Everything in the Book
1. C. NORTH
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Griffin, Lester I. The Daily Gazette. (Stillwater, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, April 12, 1901, newspaper, April 12, 1901; Stillwater, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc115973/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.