The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1902 Page: 11 of 12
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Every sluggard should have a rich
aunt to go to.
• 30 A WEEK ANI) EXPENSES
to men with rig to Introduce our Poultry goods.
Seudstp. Jtivelle Mfg Co.,Dept.D,Parsons,Kau.
The painless dentist is sometimes a
Mr#. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup
For children teething, 60fteu* the gums, reduces ln-
Ottinmailuu, allays |mln, cures wind colic. <l!> c a bottle.
For a free country we seem to have a
great man}' bosses.
Eor Tlint Sweet, Nutty Elavor
use ATLAS OATS. Pure, fresh and whole-
some. All good grocers, 10c.
It's the thoughtless people who think
only of themselves.
Plso's Cure cannot " too highly spoken of as ,
• cough cure.—j. W. O'Biuen, Third Ave.,
N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, lvuu.
The young man who sows his wild
oats depends upon irrigation.
Concentrated Common Sense — Using
Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It drives away all
Many a fellow who thinks lie is the
light of a girl's life gets turned down.
DO YOUR CLOTHES LOOK YELLOWT
If so. use Red Cross Ball Blue It will make
them white as snow. 2 oz. package 5 cents.
The pen is mightier than the sword
when it comes to signing checks.
We promise that should you use PUT-
NAM FADELESS DYES and be dissat-
isfied from any cause whatever, to re-
fund 10c. for every package.
Monroe Drug Co., Unionville, Mo.
When a dyspeptic marries a cooking
school girl Cupid laughs in his sleeve.
Don't you know that Defiance Starch
besides being absolutely superior to
any other, is put up 10 ounces in pack-
age and sells at same price as 12-ounce
packages of other kinds?
Train Ran 1HO Miles In ISO Minutes.
Springfield, 111., April 16.—The Con-
tinental Limited on the Wabash Rail-
road has made a new record from ni-
ton to Granite City, making 180 miles
in 180 minutes. This was with five
stops—three station stops, one to
change engines and one to take on
coal. The actual running time was
two hours and thirty-eight minutes.
The run from Danville to Decatur.
71.6 miles, was made in 70 minutes,
including stops at Tolono and Bement.
St. Louis Republic, April 17, 1902.
Health will come with all its blessings to liose who know the way, and it is mainly a ques
tion of right-living, with all the term implies, but the efforts which strengt ien ie s>s em,
the irames which refresh and the foods which nourish are important, each in a uaj,
also lulvaiitagcouH to have knowledge of ti..- best methods of , -omoti.w tm;; ton
tarv conditions. To assist nature, when nature needs assistance, it is all imp n taut t . .
medichiaiagents used should he of the best quality and of known value, ami ttooue ren^
which acts most beneficially and pleasantly, as a laxative, is hj nip of * igs man . <
the With^proper understanding of the fact that many physical ills are of a transient char-
acter and yield promptly to the gentle action of Syrup of Figs, *lttd"e^
the heart and if one would remove the torpor and st rain and congestion attc mlaiit upon a
gtipated emidition of the system, take Syrup of I*. au.l enjoy f,-eed,«a 1frn th• a,he iKl
nains the colds and headaches and the depression due to inactivity ot tin. bo\\ Is. a.
a , «^a , oI u well to cusm.lt aeompeteat physician, hut when a la.at.ve roipmrd
rememher that the most permanent ly (.'ratifying results will follow personal cooperat cm wrtl.
the I.e.uVleial effects of Syvnp of Figs. It is for sale by all reliable druggets. 1'rlce fifty
11" The excelleiioe of Syrup of Kiga comes from the beneficial effects of the plants used in tin)
combination and also from the method of manufacture which ensures that perfect pun y a a
uniformity of product essential in a perfect family laxative. All the members of the family
from the youngest to the most advanced in years may use it whenever a laxative is nee, ledam
share alike in its beneficial effects. We do not claim that Syrup of Figs !S the only ,. n < d> at
known value, but it possesses this great advantage over all other laxati\ s that ita< ts
and pleasantly without disturbing natural functions, in anyway, as it is free tionic vly ob-
jectionable quality or substance. To get its beneficial effects it is a!ways neww
genuine and the full name of the Co.—California Fig Syrup C o~is printed on the front e\ y
San Francisco. CaL
New York, N. Y.
DR. J. C. BROWN, Fraetlce Limited to
Wichita, Kiins. Eye, Ear, Nose ti Throat. P«J- ALXX SPKIRS
'I'd Introduce our Mail Order Branch we offer you
until June 1st. a Reliable 1902 ltlcycle at just HALT"'
l'KICK. Send Kt and we will ship it C. (). D. with .
nrlvllece of Inspection.
SCHOLLENBERGEIi BROS., Wichita.
C I DTI I O FT CORED while you wort. Yo*
■ ft U * I W pay M wlien cured
, No cure,
Box 0, Wentbrooh, Munu.
MANAGER WANTED—Kvery Large County—
fflAllHiJkn "Game o Skill" nickel clot machine
for drinks ard cigars; strictly lawful, takes place of
forbidden slot machines, thereby Ailing a long-felt
want. Rented or sold on easy payments. Sells at
sight. Forty thousand now In use. CONRAD
JACKSON DESK CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
E.ro&aOra \vasl.i gl«u, B.c.
Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
J&to Principal Examiner U S. Pension Bureau,
yrs in civil war, 15 adjudicating claims, atty since.
to soli our trees in Missouri. Kansas, Iowa, Ne-
braska Colorado and oklahoma. Liberal terms and
weekly payments. Write us at once.
F. H. STANNAKD & CO., Ottawa, Kansas.
WANTED ron SPOT CASH
c. C, MENGEL, JR.&BRO, CO,, Inc.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS AND OTHERS
THE CONTINENTAL NATIONAL OIL & REFiSIRB CO.
HAS DECLARED A 2 PER CENT MONTHLY DIVIDEND, to commence
June 15th, payable to all Stockholders of Record of .lutie 1st.
THE FREE OIL CERTIFICATE WITH EACH 10c Share of Stock, as collat-
eral and security against anv possible loss: entitling the holder of each share
of stock to one bairel (W gallons) of Beaumont Oil at the well.
The London Oil & l'lpe Line Co. will deliver to the holder, on requisition,
in tank cars to their loading racks tiladye City or Spindletop Heights.
THE FREE TRIP TO TEXAS OIL FIELDS USD RETURN
to parties wishing Individually or collectively, to purchase WulU'O worth of the stock In the
We ^^SS^Koi're from your bank that money Is deposited.
GUSHER NO. 1 WILL BE IN BY THE TIME A™' 4, i
n \U GUSHER NO. 2 WILL Bl STARTED AT ONCE^.2''
Mlli TKp llTJIVP™— ti THESE TWO OFFERS WILL REMA8N OPEN
11 U11C Wwl A alv/ &j IftVl/ B until the allotment ojrered for public —/inUon has hecn sold. In order to get the
By HAMBLEN SEARS
Second Edition Ready Illustrated. $1.50
iJVERY one who loves the scenes of galloping cavaliers, brave sword-
^ play, desperate adventures and the flash and charm of a game of
hearts, will want to read None But ihe Brave . Merton Balfort.the
hero, and his fellow soldiers John Acton and Robert Curtis are bound up
together by both choice and circumstance much as were the " three
gaardsmen " of Dumas, and their adventures are no less thrilling and
romantic than the deeds of those classic heroes.
Rarely has there appeared in fiction a maid of such versatile pow-
ers to charm and pierce the scul of a lover, as the tantalizing royalist,
Deborah Philipse; for whom the hero gets into trap after trap, risking
life and honor for her sake, only to be ignored and insulted a few
moments afterward, until—but that's the story; and a charming,
graphic and original denouement it presents.
DODD, MEAD ®. COMPANY
Publishers 372 Fifth Avtnue New York
until the allotment ottered for public "tibscripilon has been sold. In order to get the first
dividend You Must Be A Btockholder^Before ^ ^ „f faIrneBg
IKE OCKTIKEHTJL HSTIOKAL OIL & REFIKIMQ 00.
T. B. LEM08NE, Secretary,
307 to 309 Levi Building, - GALVESTON, TEXAS
liemit by Draft, Express Money Order, Tost Office Money Order or by Wire.
cuddenlv. It injures the nervous system to do so. Use BACO-CURO
and it will teil you when to stop as it takes away the desire .or tobacco.
You have no right to ruin your health, spoil your digestion ana poison
vour breath by using the filthy weed. A guarantee in each box. Price
$|,00 per box, or three boxes for $2.50, with guarantee to cure or
EUREKA ChInHCAL CO.?" La Crosse, Wis.
a r CLAIMANTS FOH PfT]S]SlON
| L write to NATHAN r
If BICK.FORD, Washington, I>. C., they
II will receive uuick replies. H. 5th N. H.\ols
Staff 20th Corps, rrosecutinfi Claims since 1878
w.n.u.—WICHITA—N O. 20—1 902
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1902, newspaper, May 15, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106226/m1/11/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.