The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1902 Page: 1 of 12

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Vol 1.
No 4.
The Governor proclai.ns,
March ; as the day
plant tree;
W 'k it the home merchant? lie? in
'iic man who helps pay for *he Ktreots
upon whL-h you walk; the behoola in
which your ei.ildorn, or perhaps you !
were eduoatcd; he halpa keep up the
ohurehjs in which you worship: he .b:
'.he man who builds a house which add I
I '■') the value of your ^property; •ever" '■
subscription paper passed h:is
On S;i> iii'dii t March liHeenfh
U £
fc. all ages rm n have loved trees.
The l eauty of their foliage, theirgrate
f'.il shade in heat of bt miner, and their
ueoiupasaiuH- branches from the blasts , naiIKi on it, hl, is the Vurj. onc whocau.
of winter, led primitive men to build uot affopd to swin,lle y0u ,vhll(J th<.
their homes in the forest. Trees made , out uf town dealer may; he bears the
it xsKiblo ti r men to purt «?. tlu track- ! burden of good ffbvornment and pays
-ess \\ays of the sea, and fro. ueir local«s, or perhaps rents; in a eon-
trunk*, were carved the very sinew-. >f slant, patron of the home, aty.s with
civiliA,>;n. ea: after year in ! >U)ii , you in adversity and prosperity
Homing of trees gladdens the heartsct j There are many reasons w)r. t
men with the promiee ? roueweil life people should buy their goods at 1
To plar.t trees is to assist, nature in !
per-.etu-' ting one « f he most p-ioole: •
gifts to humanity.
The Legislative assembly of tin Ter-
ritory by e-v" ment. of March i, 1001,
public, and will 1
Once there was .a calf that bawlei
so much tli : i itr liver became derang
ed and its ston acii refused 'o assimu- j
designated that the Friday following:*"''0 t',e gaseous subs':ui_eef; that wore'
the hceond Monday in March of •<*.! 1 v *' ° aceamuiate. ihe calf
•5tore w l!
111 c r s
>c picpaired
their tdoors to uk
o sl-ow the Lurges-
"'tiipleeat Stock of
evt r Drought to M-
,.ood goods car. bo sold
and will &ell them as lov
eon. / . : mm e and a
year as Arbor Day, and do. 'arod hut. --•i-'-e ' '' as a
It shall ba the duty of the authoriti '!,,c"')r na:: called. 1'pon examination !
es of the public schools of this Tirri- j ' ('u-*J°r =>a id • -y friend, you have
'imply an old original do->e of eholic.
of e veg
come in
tory, to assemble the p-ipiis in their
jliarge on that day in the I u 01 -a ^ on are windy. 'But
school building, or elsewhere, as in; v ,a/." "',l 'al'' ' bawl continuously,
be deemed proper to conduct, under ! W ^ should dc wind me.1 "Not at
the general supervision of the County t'le doctor, your mouth in
Superintendent or City Superintendent '' ' Dci.iaLj big t.:,at every time 'you ;
or other chief officer haveing the geu- < "i)en '1-' -v°l r •,v* "nach fi:ls up as well i
eral oversight of the public schools in Ias your lunffs- Yo« are one of the)
aach county or city, sucii exoreisos as , "ian^ v'' ^ <:OIi 1 hnow enongh to keep '
f.l'.all tend to encourage the planting, , -> our ^cau ..heese shut, hen ie you have .
f t.' . i aggravated ti.e complaint untill you '
aro a chronic belly.aeher. There is?
OUR I>}'1
city price
and examine our stock, and we know yoi
uii! be oi.e ( i our re- ula
custom ersl
are complete m every particular, and consist
of t\cxylliing ti at is used in the house or barn,"or. the farm
town. The s'lore is at Kverett & Shrivers old stai
or m tue
(JI' J t i i i.'oss.
bat one cure. Have a little of the
proteetio" and prosi rvaticn of t
trees and shruh-1-, and an a •..•(•tainlar.*--
y^.' ith the irtthods tc be adopted tc ac
complisl:. siL'h results. I, Thomas i{. Fki -.j [ etlvioum t,lf others, enjoy yourself in
!o i seeing others prosperous and happy. f
milk of iiuir.iiin Kyn.pathy, don't be so
(loveruor of the Territory of Okie
proclaim Friday March 1!, as Arbor! ~ -
Day, and call upon those ii charge ! Per the benefit of some young men
. the schools and high institutions of j who tliiuk themselves past masters in
anting t< comply with t.h spirit f ' religious matters we mint say v.het re-
j[C lavv a,id upon the people gcue:-; j ligion don't consist cf talking about
to observe the day in beautifying j your neiphbors, and because othe -
uidorning the grounds public and J see things iu a different light from
V v itk the planting of trees, yonself, maligning them. Religion
s vines, and grasses .at shali . don't consist of having an outward ap
' <- it | pearancc of meekness and friendliness
ami an mward hatred Roii^ion don t
: consist of besmirching other people's
reputations because you can t control
> on:-',,antM
t-liOUlc St
iN eatejt
Lai; and
jxa: : ic
us goods ano
Noble, Oklaooma.
Vu them as monument ; of t: ci
fcpiritadncss and tnu retfan
highe t welfare of th .•

it frii Iirie, this t day of Fc:>
\ 1). 31 0V. lb !:orgitson
v -1 vornor,
linn, rimes, Secrct,ary4
them. It you attend to your own bus- ;
iuess-you wih have done a good thing •
•and if you can t help your neighbor '
lit least Lave • hiistian grace enough ;
to not injure him. -=-J2.\.
ehangf says that b- n a n
pad of hogs a lo id if wheat,
id of corn to town nti.i ti ..*n
.oad oi' whisky, and tlic
lis .if ■'<iid rtak-,
-g home, it. givv«s .• |..b ■ the.
fcr, :he parson tie- nroh.i.te
Lthe administrator with.'-ut
u^ loss to tlic community.
Ibifi-y was made an hi,.!' he
ivt been made a Daughter of
i .i'V Ucvolution >; > >
The (ruthrie Capital of the v„h says.
A < reek Indian by the name of Sur-
rell, came in overland from near Bris-
tow. and gave himself tip to the U. S.,
s ' ' marshal, saving he had sliot a man
i na.i.ed \ ance. i 'riday evening Accord- '<
iug to his story, Vane 1 was attempt- I
ing to eject Hnrrell's daughtes from a I
contested allotment, and failing at- |
temp ed to shoot her. To s.\>o his ;
daughter's life. Sui rsll ^lu>t her assail- j
ant. After hearing the story, Surrell
1 a.j reloesed on hi own rei'oj'ni/.anee. i
Wis he to thank yo
solicit a continuance of
Vv'e have
personally fo; vour lit.era!
.our business.
a complete line ol
Medicines, Paints, Oil's
.-.raeles, lobacc.o ano
Call on us at
Cigars; and Druggists Sundries.
We have the newest, pines' and cleanest .toci
of prescription Drues in this part of Oklahoma
Xobk, Oklahoma,

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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1902, newspaper, March 13, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. ( accessed October 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History,; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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