The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1902 Page: 3 of 12
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k1 the best
Ncti.-f i'lrrcast of sales in tabic be lew :
IS98=r J4K,7()(t Pair
1899 = 81)8.182 Pairs.
1001 — l,5(>Qjao Pairs.
Man's Mission on Earth.
Mcdical EScoh Free.
Know rhywlf Mannnl. b^ ok for men onlv.fent
r rec. postpaid, cealed. to every male lender men-
tlunlnif tul paper; 6c. for puattice. The Sclem-p of
JUlfc, or helf-pre«ervatlo!i." th<> (Jo'd Medal i'rize
I re*Mse. the best Medical Book of till* or any Ago.
, '1}PP" wltl> engr viuK« and prescription*. Elegant
Library Kdition, fall fill, ONLY li paper coven
Inferior alirldiced edition. 2.v. <;K r IIIKnUST. Ad-
drew the 1'ealKKly Medical Institute. 1 llulilnch at
«PP. Jievere House. Iloston. M««„ the oldesl .ml best
In this country. Write today for tli-ie h .ok-; keys
to liea'th ami happlneHi. < "nxuita'Joii, In person or
by .letter; 9 to 6; Sunday. 10 to l.
The Pcahodv Medical Institute hag many Imita-
tors, hut no equals, liostou Uerald.
Btisine*.? More Than Doubled in Four Hears.
THE REAM MS :
\V. L. Douglas makes and selln more men's
S3.00amlS.l.50shoes than uuyothor two man-
ufacturers in the world.
W.L. Douglas S3.00and $.1.50 shoes pineal
sido by siilo with $5.00 and §<\,o« shoos of
other makes, are found to bo just as good
They will outwear two pairs of ordinary
§3.00 and .S3.50 shoes.
Mud a of ilw best leathers, In chid inn Patent
Corona Kid. Corona Colt, and National Kanaaroo.
ast Color Krclcls ami Alwar* It ark llo.,U t'«nl.
w. L. DoURlaa $4.00 "Gilt Edne Lino"
cannot be equalled at any price.
Shoe* i.y muII iSe.exlra, Oatalecfrre,
"lthi., Iti-oekl..;., Ml, H.
CAPSICUM VASE LI SE
( PUT UP IN COLLAPSIUI.K TUBES )
A substitute for und -.up* rior to mustard or
any other plaster, and will not blister thp
most delicate skin. The piiiii-iilla.vlug and
curative qualHic • of this article are wonder-
ful. It will stop the toot bache at once, and
relieve headache and silaticu. We recom-
mend it as the best and safest external
counter irritant known, also us an external
remedy for pains in the chest and stomach
and all rheumatic, ucurulgio and t'outy com-
plaints. A tri.'il will prove what we claim
for it, arid it will bo found to be invaluable
in the household. Many people say "it is the
best of all of your preparations.'* ,1'rice 15
cents, at ull'druj/j/ists or other dealers, or by
st mlintr this amount lo us in postune stamps
we will send you a tube bv j ail. No article
should be accepted by the public unless the
same carries our label, as otherwise it is not
genuine. CHRSEBKOUOH MFO. CO ,
17 State Street, New vokk Citt.
WORLD FAMED VIRGINIA
Magnificent Train Service,
Dining Cars, Pullman Sleepers,
Entirely rebuilt of Brick, Stone
and Iron, Fire-proof, will be
opened on March 10th, 1903,
Rcduced Rate Tickets now cn sate.
For full information
call on agents of the
BIG FOUR ROUTE.
or address the undersigned
WARREN J. LYNCH, W. P. DfPPE,
Uen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt. Asst. U. P. T. A
• -SH VSf$
RiDER AND SADDLE
S"* MAR:( HASDlST STORM
corpora CATALOGUED FREf
3H0WIN5 FULL LINE Of GARMENTS AND HAT5
A.J.TOY/SR CO..BOSTON.MASS. 39
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X. ; W%%-
Ease, Durability, Simplicity
Accidents are rare, pleasure is increased by
their superior elasticity, and you can mend
th'tn with pour hands—no tools required.
Our automobile tires are just as safe, satis-
factory and reliable.
G & J TIRH COMPANY, Ind.'ancpolls, Irsd.
HAS No Equal.
r defiance (
REQUIRED NO COOKiNG
.LAUNDRY PURPOSES ONIY
One^thirc! more starch—•
a belter starch—that is
the whole story. Defiance
Starch. 16 ounces for 10
Don't forget it—a better qual-
ity and one'third more of it,
MARKETS CORRECTED DAILY.
CATTLE 9 < h
H< His Choice to heavv rt Oil
WH RAT No 2 hard .
r« K\ No t Mixed t;i■ j
BAY Choice Timothy
WHKAT No. 2 hard
OATS No. 2
6> $ n m
lit tf 40
tf'. II (Kl
(«/. 13 5H
r.i',- a i
St l.oui* l.lve Slork.
. $ :i M
BEEVES . ....
STOCKKRS A FKHBKUS...' • jr.
"EXAS STEERS 4 40 <a.
LIVERPOOI 4 r - 2d
NEW YORK y'e
1- \ '
roeulUrlty <*f « rumily.
Mrs. Susan Holloway, a resident of
Cincinnati, has three brothers and two
sisters, and all of them have six fin-
gers on each hand. Mrs. Holloway has
Just given birth to a baby girl who has
a similar redundancy. Mrs. Hollo-
way's mother and grandmother were
also decorated in the same way, as u
her brother's infant son.
Seventeen Servants for One Man.
la a New York household the do-
mestic corps consists in all of seven-
teen servants, it happens that the
family consists of one person. As this
gentleman is likely to he invited out
frequently to dinner, and is not of an
age to do much entertaining himself,
the servants are not often called on
to make any extraordinary exertion.
—New York Sun.
V\ lehlia l.lve Stork.
HOOS $ 5 10
Chicago I,lie Stock.
OOC[! TO I'RIMR .. |t; 50
S I (K'KKKs FEEDERS
TEXAS FED STEERS
$ 11 20
«r $ 7 <10
THE LATEST NEW3 If; BRIEF
1 he strike of the Northern Pacific
train cfevvs is oft' and trains are again
Denver unions are making a fight for
an eight hour day, which may involve
1 he French Arsenal at I.orient has
had a tire which destroyed plans and
reports of great importance.
Miss Alice Roosevelt and Harriet
Blaine lieale ha\e g( n^ to visit tiov-
ernor General Wood at Havana.
i lie r rench senate passed a ship
bounty bill, practically unt-hanged as
previously adopted by the house.
The total February coinage was ?9,-
2G;J,340 as follows: Cold. §0,(H.!.850;
silver, 55"-,840,000; minor coins, SI'.'8,400.
Central Zeno, of Cavite, P. I., is very
wealthy. He has offered to give 8700,-
000 to each American otlicer who will
marry his daughters.
John E. Madinger a prominent stock-
man, was fined S-'OO in the federal
court at St. Joseph, Mo., for shooting
at a rural route mail box.
Captain E. L. Glasgow of the Eleventh
cavalry, has been offered a lieutenancy
in the regular army. He is now prac-
ticing law at Salina, Kansas.
The Ohio river reached a rise of 50
feet at Cincinnati on March 5. It fell
very slowly on account of tlie heavy
snow fall in West Virginia.
t ornelius \ an Ness, the aged mil-
lionaire of Port Jcrvis, N. Y., has made
a journey to Palestine for the purpose
of being baptized in the river Jordon.
The Louisville, Ivy., Ministerial as-
sociation have conferred with under-
takers and cemetery officials in an ef-
fort to do away with Sunday funerals.
Maximo Gomez, the Cuban general,
u ho was a candidate for president of
< uba, has made a strong appeal to the
people to support the new government
und build up the country.
The 17. S. supreme court decides
against the Illinois Anti-Trust law
because it exempts agricultural pro-
ducts and live stock from the operations
of the law. This effects thirteen
I he Western Reciprocal association
is enlarging its scope and promises to
become a national power. Business
men of many cities have asked its
promoter, Governor Stanley of Kansas,
to permit the "Western" to become a
Whom the Prince** Meant.
Sir Arthur Sullivan was once thf*
hearer of a letter from the princess of
Wales, now Queen Alexandra, to her
mother, the queen of Denmark. The
latter read it and said: "She says
in her letter. 'He will tell you about
the little monkey.'" "I assure your
majesty, said Sir Arthur, "I am quite
Ignorant on the subject of any
monkey." The queen, with a laugh,
replied: "She means herself."
Rocot;ni io Prof. Pickering's Work.
The staff of the Harvard college ob-
servatory has presented Prof. E. C.
Pickering with a silver loving cup in
recognition of his twenty-five years'
scrvice as director. Prof. Pickering
is a high authority on astronomy.
For contributions to science he holds
two gold medals from the Royal As-
tronomical society of Great Britain
and the Rumford and Draper medals
awarded in this country.
For French Academician*.
The French Academy has appropri-
ated a sum for the maintenance of an
album in which three photographs of
every Immortal—one showing the full
face and two the profile—will be care-
fully preserved. When an academi-
cian dies it is usual to adorn what
may be called the literary Hotel des
fnvalides with his bust, but occasion-
ally the sculptor experiences difficulty
n finding a trustworthy representa-
tion of the departed great.
ITow lie Could Disperse Tlicm.
A street preacher in a city in Seot-
!and called a policeman who was pass-
ing and complained about being an-
noyed by a certain section of liis au-
dience and asked him to remove the
objectionable ones. "Weel, ye see," re-
plied the cautious officer, "it would he
a hard job for rae to spot them, but
I'll tell ye what I'd dae if I were you."
'What would you do?" eagerly in-
quired the preacher. "Just gang
roon' wi' the hat."
Flav© You Tried Atlas Oats?
If not. grot a package from your grocer
today. Purest of all foods.
True wit never gives birth to ill
I'.SE THE FAMOUS
Red Cross Hall Blue. Largo 2-oz. package 5
ceni3. The Russ Company, South Bend, Xnd.
Unprofessional people give advice
but professional people sell it.
* *T~ " r *
Half aniiouristtiitnti time required to
dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES.
Sold by druggists, 10c. per package.
Cheap notoriety is often dear in the
To Cure a. Cold in One day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quiume Tablets. A1J
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
A wise man enjoys the little he has
ivhile the l'ool is looking for more.
Many School Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil-
dren, used by Mother Gray, a nurse in
Children's Home, New York, cure Fever-
ishness, Headache, Stomach Troubles.
Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms.
At all druggists,25c. Sample mailed free.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, N. Y.
Ill luck often turns frienlsinto mer#
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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106216/m1/3/: accessed August 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.