The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1902 Page: 2 of 12
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II. G. KYEKTON, Publisher.
OKI.A HUM V AXU INDIAN TtSKKITOHY
Hydro, 0. T., asks for incorporation.
Chandler get.s the Katy; the eontraet
Hennessey is said tohave an epidemic
The Cordell postoflice has been ad-
vanced to presidential class.
Daily passenger trains are running
"between Arapaho and Cordell.
A telephone company is chartered to
serve Carwile, 0. T., with phones.
The editor of the Medford Mail tells
of shots being fired toward his house.
Dr. Shoemaker, of Lawton, has been
appointed agency physician at Anadar-
Shawnee has a contract with the
Santa Fe for an extension through that
One class of 82 attorneys were ad-
mitted to the bar at Lawton the other
The Pawhuska Journal reports the
death of many hogs on the < )sage res-
The postoffice at Latham near Fort
Cobb has been changed in name to
Oklahoma City has raised a bonus to
secure a woolen mill which will em-
ploy 100 persons.
The Osages have been holding a
meeting at Pawhuska to attend to
Geary has been proclaimed a city of
the first class. The first city election
is set for April 1.
The Enid city jail was set on fire
and burned by Arch Miller, who had
been locked up to sober off.
Otto Ballard, city editor of the Hous-
ton Herald has married Miss Louise
Hannuin, of Oklahoma City.
The Santa Fe has built an addition
to its l'onca City depot. Large freight
business made this necessary.
Comanche county overseers have ad-
vertised for bids for the construction
of seventeen new bridges on the county
The pews of the Okarche Catholic
church rent for nearly SI,000. The
membership is twice as large as the
A Texas man has purchased trackage
property at Oklahoma City upon which
to build an ice pbint of 50 tons capacity
using the latest machinery.
The regents of the Tonkawa pre-
paratory school have selected Professor
J. II. Kelly, of Fonda, Iowa, as the
president of that institution.
Fifteen hundred workmen in the
building trades went on a strike at
Oklahoma City because the contractors
would not recognize the Union.
The Kansas City colony of ex-union
soldiers has completed arrangements to
settle in Greer county and many of
them ars already on their claims.
Contracts have been closed for the
construction of the Oklahoma & Indian
Territory railroad from Hickory,
through Sulphur Springs to Davis.
Mrs. Lou Pice, who was a trained
nurse in Cuba during the Spanish war
but who lias resided at El Reno for
some months, will leave for Cuba to as-
sume the position of head nurse in the
The question of deeding Creek lands
seems to be practically settled. The
Indians are to be given their deeds.
This brings on a scramble for leases
and purchase. Every sale must be ap-
proved by the secretary of tli2 interior.
Wo-k of Joel Chaudlar Ilwrr'a.
Joel Chandler Harris, the author,
lives In a little frame cottage in At-
lanta, Ga. He writes from six to sev-
en hours a day, turning out from 1,500
to 2,000 words. using a typewriter.
A Convlrt )I;ikvn Sllvr Dollars.
A convict, employed in the boiler room,
succeeded in perfecting a die for making
silver dollars without detection, and was
distributing them through outside accom-
plices. The officials were about as much
surprised at this discovery as the person
who receives a substitute article in place
of the genuine llostetter's Stomach Hit-
ters, the only sure cure for indigestion,
dyspepsia, constipation and biliousness.
Don't fail to try it. Our Private Die
Stamp is over the neck of the bottle.
A* to Secrbti.
You should be careful not to intrust
another unnecessarily with a secret
which it may be hard matter for him
to keep. There is as much responsi-
bility in imparting your own secrets
as in keeping those of your neighbor.
Would Accept Mr«. DavU' Offer.
The Mobile (Ala.) Register advises
the legislature of Mississippi to accept
Mrs. Davis's offer and buy Beau voir.
Jefferson Davis's late home. The house
and grounds have, it is said, been neg-
lected and ill-kept, only a custodian re-
siding upon the premises and gather-
ing what fees he can from chance visit-
Non-Resident on Governor's Stuff.
Gov. McSweeney of South Carolina
has appointed Col. J. H. Estill of Sa-
vannah, Ga., as honorary aid on his
staff, with the rank of lieutenant
colonel. Surprise at the selection for
such a position of a resident of an-
other state may be lessened by the
knowledge that they have been for
many years close personal friends;
that both are newspaper men, and that
Col. Estill, who has had much mili-
tary experience, is a native of South
For Her Sinter's Sake.
Stendal, Ind., Mar. 10th.—Mrs. Sarah
A. Shrode of this place says:
"I suffered much as many other
women do with Kidney and Bladder
Troubles. I tried many medicines but
got no relief until I used Dodtl's Kid-
"Nine boxes of this remedy cured
me completely and 1 feel it my duty
to my fellow women to make this
"I can heartily recommend them
to any woman suffering with Kidney
and Bladder Ailments."
The words of Mrs. Shrode will be
good news to many of her suffering
sisters. Dodd's Kidney Pills have
proven themselves to be sick women's
best friend for they are as effectual
in all cases of Female Weakness as
in Bladder and Kidney Disease.
Excesses in youth are drafts upon
old age, payable about 30 years after
Miss Alice Roosevelt Will Not At-
tend the Coronation.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for an?
jase of Ca tarrh that cs«inot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. <
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known P.
Cheney for the last IS years and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by their tlrm. •
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo.
0., Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act-
ing directly upon the blood and mucous surface?
of the system Testimonials sent free. i*ricf
75c per bottle • Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Pamliv Pills are the best.
Washington, ^trch 10.—Miss Alicc
Roosevelt, daughter of the president,
will not attend the coronation of King
Edward. While the White House offi-
cials decline to discuss the matter, it
was stated by those in position to know
that the president had dccided that
she would not go. It was learned that
the reason Miss Roosevelt will not at-
tend the coronation of King Edward
VII is because it has been found prac-
tically impossible for her to go simply
as a young American girl traveling
privately in the household of Special
Ambassador Reid. Notwithstanding
it was stated that she would not go to
London as daughter of the president,
but simply as Miss Roosevelt, it was
learned that London court circles were
considering seriously the question of
the status she would occupy in all coro-
When Miss Roosevelt's status became
a matter of international discussion the
president lirst considered the advisabil-
ity of canceling the visit, but not until
it was found that an invitation to visit
the Emperor and Empress of Germany
was on the way to America, was it de-
cided that, in view of the extreme
youth of Miss Roosevelt and the inter-
national conditions as well as courtesy,
the arrangement must be canceled.
No American Princes*.
Washington, March 1:.'.—Wliea the
president consented to let his dr lighter
go to London an intimation was given
the British government through Lord
Pauncefote that Miss Alive would go
in simple style as a member of the
party of the special embassy. She
would have no official rank, and it was
not desired that any special honors be
paid her. If they could not take a hint
and receive her as a simple American
girl there was nothing to do but
abandon the journey. English masters
of ceremonies were disinclined to sus-
pend their rules and regard Miss
Roosevelt as the daughter of a presi-
dent nnlass she chose to play that role
openly and in every way, This was
not a case which could even be dis-
cussed, and the president decided that
his daughter should not go at all.
Fisheries In Operation.
At the present time the United
States Fish commission is operating
thirty-seven distinct and separate
hatching stations, in addition to many
stations under the control of the
commissions of the several states.
To Head Off Av.ihuulie*.
Avalanches are so common in Swit-
zerland that devices are now beins
made to control them. The Swiss form
earthworks or entrenchments which
are pointed in such a fashion that
avalanches coming in contact with
them are split and so driven aside.
WIIKN YOU BlIY STAKCII
buy Defiance and get the best, IS oz. for
10 cents. Once used, always used.
Perfume manufacturers make dollars
out of scents.
A large 2-oz. package KedCross Hall Hlue, only
& cents. The Russ Company, South Bend, luu.
When the undertaker is sent for he
generally comes to grief.
Some men are born foolish and others
fall in love.
I do not believe Piso's Cure ror Consumption
has an equal for coughs and colds.—John P
Bo yKit, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 5, 190U.
Many a man's thirst is due to his
lack of spirit
Little white lies frequently used
soon become big black ones.
EARLIKST RUSSIAN MIIXICT.
Will you be short of hay? If so, plant a
plenty of this prodigally prolific millet.
5 to S Tons of Rich llay Per Acre.
Price 50 lbs. £1.90; 100 lbs. $.'S. Low freights.
John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse,Wis. W
Idleness is the incubator of a
many small sins.
You Can Allan's Foot-Ksise Free.
Write to-day to Allen S. Olmsted, Le-
Rov.N. Y..for a FREE sample of Allen's
I 'oot-Ease, a powder. It cures sweating,
damp, swollen, aching feet. Makes new
or tight shoes easy. A certain cure for
Chilblains and Frost-bites. At all
druggists and shoe stores; 25 cents.
It is easier to start a woman talking
than it is to stop her.
Cyclone fit Oumlm.
Omaha, Neb.. March 12.—A storm
from the northwest swept through the
northern portion of Omaha. Light
rain and hail were followed by a hur-
ricane, which did a great amount of
damage. Wires were blown down,
windows shattered, several buildings
unroofed and sidewalks torn up. Five
skylights, each weighing more than
00 pounds, were blown down at the
Coliseum building. The Monmouth
irk M. E. church was blown to
pieces, as was the building at 221 s
Cummings street. A bolt of lightning
struck a fiat, shattering the rear por-
tion of the building. A row of fiats
across the street from the Coliseum
were badly damaged.
Governor Wood Called From Cuba.
Washington, March 10.—Secretary
Root has ordered Governor Wood, at
Havana, to come to this city at his
earliest convenience, for the purpose of
conferring with the president and the
secretary of war in regard to the nec-
essary steps to be taken for winding up
the affairs of the military government
in Cuba and the establishment of the
Cuban republic. It is believed here
that the transfer of government can be
effected by May 1.
lite 5 Hour Day
Which the working man has fought for
and succeeded in obtaining is something
the wife has no share in. Her day be-
gins before his and ends long after it,
f.s a rule, and many a night her rest is
broken by the baby's
healthiest w o m a n
must wear out under
such a strain. What
can be expected then
of those women
who are weaken-
ed by woman-
and run-down will find new
lite and new strength in the
use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It establishes
regularity, dries weakening
drains, heals inflammation
and ulceration, and cures
female weakness. It tnake9
weak women strong and
sick women well.
Sick people are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce, by letter,
free. All correspondence is
held as strictly private and
6acredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
"I suffered with female weakness about eight
years—tried several doctors but derived no bene-
fit until I began using Dr. Tierce's Favorite Pre-
scription," writes Mrs. John Green, of Danville,
Boyle Co., Ky. "This medicine was recom-
mended to me by other patients. I have taken
six bottles and I feel like another person."
The dealer who offers a substitute for
"Favorite Prescription," is only seeking
to make the little more profit paid on
the sale of less meritorious medicines.
His profit is your loss. Refuse all sub-
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be
used with " Favorite Prescription " when-
ever a laxative is required.
"i"T..SiTh0mp80ii,8 Eye Waist
nPfiPQVf;EW DISCOVERY; gives
V I a quick rt ..ef and cures worst
cases. Took of testimonials and lo days' treatment
fB£K. 1)K. U. H. (iUKKN'S LOSS. Box K. Atlanta. U&.
1,213 BUS. ONIONS PER ACRE.
Salzer's New Method of onion culture rnal:(*3
it possible to grow 1,200 and more bus. per acre.
There is no vegetable
that pays better. The
Salzers annually dis-
tribute nearly one
eighth of a million
lbs. of onion s"e;i,
selling same at (Joe.
and up per lb.
For 16c. and tVds
John A. Salzer Reed
ywv*' Co., LaOrosse, V.'is,,
will mail you their mammoth catalog, together
with ISO kin Is of flower and vegetable seeds.
Market gardeners' list, 2c postage. W. N. U-
UUKE5 WHERE A J. ELSE
Best Cough Syrup. Tas;
in time. Sold by druggists.
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