The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1902 Page: 4 of 12
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II. G. Evktjtok, Euitob
Trentuieut of TrtO Pettit*.
A now and effective treatment of
tree scale is in use in California. The
tree 's sprayed with oil, which smoth-
?ir the scale insect, and the oil is
then converted into soap by spraying
it'!* h a caustic alkali solution.
Thirty Ctths to DHIvrr .Jewel*.
One of the large jewelry stores ic
Xcw York t'sed in the delivery ol
Chr stnifis parcels ln December thirtj
cab.', which were kept busy l>om thf
Thursday before Christmas to the tinv
he stoic closed on Tuesday night.
An Alarming Onilook,
In 225 years, if cancer increases at
ttie present rate, that part of the hu-
man race over thirty years of age will
be practically extinct. This statement
is made by Dr. William F. Whitney,
the bacteriologist of the famous .Uas-
tichusetts General Hospital.
Klehcftt Ciirifo Ever Floated.
• The lai-gest shipment of gold which
ivci left New York In a single day
TTa? sent to Europe Nov. 1:), on the
steamship Kaiser Wilhelm der C.rosse
Th ' sum was $7,082,583.19. No otliei
ship in the world's history has evei
iseeri so richly laden.
GoM Money in I'ntted State*.
At the opening of business on July
Ti the United States-Treasury had in
its possession the largest fund of gold
held by any nation in the world and
the greatest ever owned by this gov-
pinment. the amount being $504,354,-
Veracity In South Amcrlca,
"There is one thing to 03 said in
fhvor of our style of government," said
the South American dictator. "What
is that?" "It promotes veracity.
When some one staits a rumor that
a high cflH.'tal Is going fo relinquish
office, you can pretty near depend on
its coming- true."—Washington Star;
A Gront Popcorn Farmer.
A. L. Schaeffer, of Edgar county, Illi-
nois, .4st year harvested the largest
crop of popcorn ever gathered in the
•florid. sfrom his 102 acres he had
1,800 bushels, a yield of a little over
srv'f nteen bushels to the acre. It cost
him $17 an acre to raise, sort, shell
and pay ground rent.
Steel Is Now King.
Charles M. Schwab, president of the
United States Steel corporation, is au-
thority fur the statement that steel has
supplanted cotton In' industrial king-
ship; that it exceeded the cotton In-
dustry in 1900 by more than $100,000,-
000, and for 1901 will exceed it by
more than $250,000,000.
The late Heinrich Duntzer was per-
haps the most erudite and fertile ol
Iho German scholars who made the
•Cloethe-Schlller period of German liter-
ature their special field of research.
He lived eighty-eight years, and from
jS4f> to his death, a few weeks ago, he
~vas librarian at tlie Catholic high
zt.hool in Cologne.
Vast Ks-'ate for KSiodes.
Cecil Rhodes has bought Dalham
Hall, near Newmarket, for his En-
glish home. The estate comprises 3,-
175 acres and has benn in the family
of Sir Richard Affleck for over two cen-
turies. Tbe hall stands in a beauti-
fully timbered park of 300 acres and
is an imposing Georgian structure,
built, by the bishop of Ely in 1704.
Early History of Klver*.
The first rivers mentioned in au-
thentic history are alluded to in Gene-
sis. They are the Pison, the Gihon,
the Hiddekel and the Euphrates, which
are said to have (lowed from the Gar-
den of Eden. Various attempts have
been made to identify these streams,
Lat no agreement has been reached
among the authorities, save in the case
oi the last.
nm in IIra/4
The ^ffTnan settlors in southern
Brazil agWT number more than 300.000.
Gorman capital has established banks
an^ns making public improvements.
Aaothrr I iilritentlonnl "l!ri k".
One of New York's Mrs. Malaprops
recently iuvited several friends to meet
a certain Mr. Howells. One ol' her
prospective guests asked whether he
was to have the pleasure of meeting
the famous Mr. Howells. "Oh, no, in-
deed," said the hostess. 'This isn't the
Howells who writes. In fact, I think
he has never done anything at all
He's quite infamous."
Kit M<*i! at Wife's Grave.
Ever since his wife died, a year ago
Joshua Lamoreaux, a farmer living
.near Ceases Mills, Pa.., has eaten his
meals at her rftave, half a mile from
his home. Que keperately cold day
recently he was found unconscious
there, partly frozen and almost dead
from exposure. He is 80 years old and
in nil their sixty years of married life
he and his wife had never been apart
longer than half a day.
nntles of Piiderfwnkl'j Valet.
Paderewski keeps a valet, whose
principal occupation is to rnb the great
pianist's fingers at stated times, to
knead the palms* of his hands and to
crack his knuckles. Before stepping
on a platform to play a solo the pian-
ist plunges his hands into hot water
and keeps them there as long as the
pain will let him.
Sew York Not- a Cold Place.
According to the weather bureau
records* the temperatures ofi z«ro or
lower in New York in the last ten
years are as follows: -3, Feb. 6, 1895;
--3, Jan. f>, 189G; -6, Feb. 17, 1890; -3
Feb. 9, 1899; -G, Feb. 10, 1899; -6, Feb.
11, 1999. Six degrees below- zero is
the lowest temperature in that city
since the establishment of the weather
bureau.—New York Sun.
Gum arabic is an exudation from
certain species of acacia, ln order to
obtain the gum, the stem must be cut
or perforated so that the juice may
exude, ln the majority of cages this
necessary perforation is accomplished
by ants, without whose labors, there-
fore, the world could not get its sup-
ply of gum arabic,
Koyalty's Personal Scrap Books.
As his children attained the age of
ten, King Edward had everything con
cerning them which appeared in the
newspapers pasted into columns, and
these were handed over to them when
they reached years of discretion. The
prince of Wales, however, began at the
beginning, and each of bis children
has a volume of newspaper cuttings
dating from the day of birth.
Dewey and Joe .Jefferson.
Admiral Dewey and Joseph Jeffer-
son, the actor, were inseparable friends
at Palm Beach. They frequently
strolled in the suburbs of the Florida
resort, and one day were seen sitting
on a fence, swinging their feet like
two schoolboys, having a good, old-
fashioned talk about a lot of interest-
ing things without being interrupted.^
narillnj Dayls' Ideal fleroek
When Richard Harding Davis was
In Philadelphia the other day he wag
interviewed by the representative oi
a literary periodical, who proceeded tc
put to the young author some very
literary questions. Mr. Davis declared
that his favorite hero in fiction was
Henry M. Stanley and his favorite he-
roes in real life Mulvaney, Otheris and
Qnoen Alexandra's Violinist.
Queen Alexandra's appointment oi'1
Lady Halle as her majesty's violinisl
is taken as another instance of the
warm favor with which the sovereign
has always regarded her gifted com-
patriot. it is well known that the
marriage of the great Danish violinist
to the late Sir Charles Halle was
brought about through the friendly in-
tervention of Queen Alexandra.
Fverybody, likes to save money; espeially when it conies
to buying Groceries,
The proof of tlie pmltliiitf is the
Read these puces, aid ccrne to tie stoic and get more:
On Saturday only we will sell; lolbs Granulated Sugar for ,50 cents.
,, ,, 9.,, package Coffee ,, $1,00
These are regular pric es;
2 3IU) cans of Tomatoes
1 Bottle Catsup
1 irst quality string beans per
Rest whole Hominy per can
Best head rice 4 lbs
6 Bars Clariette Soap
Arm it Hammer soda 2 ibs
4 lbs Starch
1 1 bars White Rose Soap
2 Packages Yankee Oats
Best Frunes, 3 pounds for
Whole Figs, 3 pounds for 25
101.LEY, the Grocer, Noble, Oklahoma.
T .umder T amc ^7-.
We keep a complete line of both, Shelf and Heavy-
Hardwsre' Stoves and Tinware, Wanness and
OUR IMPLEMENTS ore complete in every respect, and will
reach the neads of the comunity.
CALL and see our GOODS, our prices are right.
Watch tlii's Space Next Week for
Reii> and Fijtnkr's.
Wishes to thank v
nk you personally for your lil ertil patronage, and
re of vour business.
solicit a continuanc e of your business.
We have a complete line of——
Patent Medicines, Paints, Oil's
Toilet Articles, Tobacco and
Cigars; and 1 )ruggists Sundries.
We have the newest*, pun st- and cleanest stock
©^prescription 1 Vugs-Ji this part of Oklahoma.
Gall on us aj Noble, 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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106216/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.