The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1902 Page: 3 of 12
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Introducing- a happy man to a pessi-
mist is like shaking a red Hag- at s
£■▼0 permanently cured. No fltsor nervou^neM iftoi
er. send f< r KHKK H\MM> trial bottle and tnati'ti.
i)tt- H. U. KHML.Ltd . JJl Arch Street, Philadelphia, 1'*
A man may be every inch a gentle-
man and not very tall at that.
Defiance Starch is put up 1<> ounces
in a package, 10 cents. One-third more
starch for same money.
There is nothing original about V> all
street, which is noted for its quotations.
Clenr white clothes are a sign that the
housekeeper u-es Ked Cross Ball Blue.
Large " o/.. package, 5 ceuts.
Some parents use their children to
hang old clothes oh.
THK BEST ItKSl'LTS IN STARCHING
can be obtained only by using Defiance
Starch, besides setting 4 oz. more for
eaine money—no cooking required.
The successful thief never takes
nail's Catarrh Core
Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c.
The example of today will rank as a
Stops the Cough ami
Works Off tho Cold
Laxative 15roe o Quinine Tablets. Price25c.
An engagement ring is not a good
one to blow in.
•hould be In everv household, none so
good, besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents than
any other brand of cold water starch.
Do not begin smoking, boys, and
you will never have to qtiit.
It will be to the interest of Joseph Carreun,
of Canada, to correspond in regard to settle-
ment of an estate with his unele Cleophas
Carrean, 101 Wohlers Ave., Buffalo, N. V.,
or care of Hotel Clarendon, New York City.
Cupid and the burglar both laugh at
If you don't get the biggest and best
it's your own fault. Defiance Starch
is for sale everywhere and there is pos-
itively nothing to equal it in quah.y
A politician, like a poor workman,
always blames his tools.
SCARED TO DEATH.
Dr. "Francis W. MeNamara of Chi-
cago says: "Millions of people are
made wretched every year or, perhaps,
have their lives shortened, by feeling
that they have heart disease. They
have a pain in that region, and their
own diagnosis is sufficient to convince
them of the malady. As a matter of
truth, there is seldom any pain from
heart disease. The trouble is indi-
gestion only. The stomach, lying just
under the heart, is distended to a pain-
ful degree by gases, and, crowding to-
ward the heart, makes the pain seem
to be in that organ."
This opinion simply confirms the
claim of Dr. W. B. Caldwell, who orig-
inated the formula of Syrup Pepsin,
the guaranteed cure for indigestion
and constipation. All druggists sell it,
but be sure to ask for Dr. Caldwell's
MARKETS CORRECTED DAILY,
"CONTINENTAL'S" NEW RECORD.
Clips Two Minutes Between St. Louis
The Wabash "Continental Limited"
made a new record Thursday night
between Decatur and St. Louis, cut-
ting two minutes off the best previous
Engineer Braddock, with No. 607, a
new high-speed engine, made the 105
miles from Decatur to Granite City
in 101 minutes. A five-minute stop was
made at Litchfield, making the actual
running time ninety-six minutes, an
average of 65.4 miles for the whole dis-
tance. Best previous time was nine-
From Stanton to Carpenter, 10.2
miles, the time was seven minutes, or
at the rate of 87.42 miles an hour.
The forty-seven miles from Boody
to Honey Bend were made in forty
minutes 70.5 miles an hour.
The train departed from Decatur an
hour and forty minutes late, and had,
besides the regular equipment. Presi-
dent Ramsey's private car. Wabash
officials say that the new engines will
make a hundred miles an hour before
the summer is over.
St. Louis Republic, April 11, 1902.
cattIjK— $ > oo sn $:
HOtiS—Choice to heavy 7 >)5 7
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COlfV N'o 2 Mixed ^
HAY—Choice Timothy II V ^ it
Choice Prairie li 50 li
K'.iUS II ® .
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COKN—No. S ^
OATS—N«. i 434 ^
St. l.nuis Live Stock.
REEVES $ 4 Oil <*. *
STOCKERS& FEEDERS... i 7> («~£
TEXAS STEERS i 4". <&
DEFY PASSING YEARS
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Wichita Live Stock.
HOGS I 8 50 $ 7 00
Chicago I.Ive Stock.
GOOD TO PRIME } B 00 « $ 7 40
STOOKKRS& FEEDERS... 2 7) @ 5 85
TEXAS FED STEERS 5 5". @ (i SO
HOGS 6 lij ® 7 2J
' GRAND OLD MEN ' OF THE WORLD
STILL AT WORK.
Professions Dominated by Veterans Who
In Many Cases Have Held Tlieir Tor-
tious for Half a t ent ury —Great
Names as Instances.
LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF,
A heavy snow fell in Northern Min-
nesota on May 0.
Alexander 0. Brotlie has been ap-
pointed governor of Arizona.
Thirteen thousand immigrants ar-
rived at New York in two days of last
An order was issued for a general
strike of anthracite miners to take
place on May 12.
Eleven hundred descendants of
Brigham Young are to hold a reunion
at Salt Lake City.
President Palma of Cuba continues
to lvceive the most flattering reception
at each place visited.
Cable communication between many
of the West India islands is interrupted
by shocks of earthquake.
Naval cadets from Anapolis attended
the interment of Rear Admiral Samp-
son in Arlington cemetery.
The northeast cell block of the state
reformatory ai Pontine, 111., is destroy-
ed by fire, at a loss of 8200,000.
The business portion of Rifle, Col.,
on the D & 11. G. railroad, has been
almost entirely destroyed by fire.
The Chinese government promptly
arranged to pay indemnity for the
murder of a Freneli priest at Chu Fing.
The town of San Juan De Cabo, near
Cape San Lucas, has had no rain for
three years. Scores of deaths from
starvation are reported.
There appears to be danger of a
revolution in Portugal. Considerable
apprehension exists as to the attitude
of the Portuguese troops.
Senor Valdez,editor of a paper at
Manila, upon a second libel suit
brought against him has been sen-
tenced to six months" banishment.
Three thousand Jewish families,
comprising ' '.'.00'.' persons, will leave
Romania for the United States. This
results from systematic persecution.
According to the Loudon Daily Mail
Year Rook the debt of the United
States is the smallest of any of t le
great nations, being one and four-
tenths per cent of its wealth.
The Colorado supreme court upholds
the city ordinauce of Denver reg.la-
ting wine rooms; reversing the district
court. The supreme court says that
discrimination against women on ac-
count of their sex would not be good,
but because of immorality that would
result the regulation would he sus-
Coincidence In Ilnnipton'S Death.
When President Hayes withdrew
federal troops from support of the
provisional government of South Car-
olina in reconstruction times the di-
rection of affairs in that common-
wealth was turned over to Gen. Wade
Hampton as governor. It Is a curious
coincidence that Mr. Hampton died on
the twenty-ftfuth anniversary of tba
day when he thus assumed control.
There are nearly sixty "grand old
men" still active in the world. Scarce-
ly a nation but can point to some vet-
eran still in the harness, while not a
profession, but is dominated by some
leader who has stood in the forefront
of its followers until the years have
crowned the efforts maintained for
more than half a century. Six of them
are more than 90; sixteen others
have passed the four-score mark.
Not the oldest, but the foremost of
the four great rulers who have out-
lived the biblical three-score and ten,
is Pope Leo XIII. His holiness, still
so vigorous in intellect as to be one of
the powers of the world, is 92, and the
latest reports from the vatican~woul(l
seem to give the lie to the rumors
of his fast failing health.
Pope Leo was a boy of four when
King Christian of Denmark was
born. That monarch has ruled only
thirty-eight years, to be sure, but he
was 45 years old at his accession and
now has celebrated his eighty-eighth
birthday. As strong, robust and
hearty as many a man a quarter of a
century his junior, the father of Queen
Alexandra is a notable example of
Franz Josef, emperor of Austria, is
the third of the four "grand old rnon-
archs." He is now 71, as is also Presi-
dent Diaz of Mexico.
David Wark, the "father of the Ca-
nadian senate," is within three years
of a century. Senator Hoar is 75,
as is Maximo Gomez, who has played
so prominent a part in Cuba's strug-
gle. Justice Gray sits in the supreme
court at 73. Salisbury's seventy-one
years have not lessened the powers
which made him premier, while Lord
Pauncefote is 74 and Joseph Choate at
70 represent their countries in Wash-
ington and at St. James. Senor Sa-
gasta, now in his seventy-fifth year,
is yet another.
In American politics Galusha A.
Grow, ex-speaker of the House, and
Senator Hoar's senior by three years,
is still active. Senators Allison and
Cullom are 72, and Senators Vest,
Jones and Teller are but a year young-
er. In Philadelphia lives George
Franklin Edmunds, the veteran sena-
tor from Vermont, at 74. Former Sec-
retary of the Treasury Boutwell is
now 83 and John H. Reagan, once
senator from the Ixme Star State,
celebrated his eighty-ninth birthday
Levi P. Morton, once vice president
of the United States, to-day, at 77, is
one of the leading figures in financial
operations. Yet the great veteran in
that walk is "Uncle" Russell Sage, who
was born in 1817.
A Saloon "Aperture."
A short time ago a teacher in one
of the public schools questioned a boy
as to the meaning of the word aper-
"An aperture is an opening," replied
"Can you give me a sentence in
which the word is used?" the teacher
The boy hesitated. Presently a lit-
tle fellow in another part of the room
raised his hand.
"Well, my boy, let us hear what you
have to say."
"My pa had a saloon aperture yester-
day," said the youngster.
After he had delivered himself of this
graphic illustration the boy sat down
with the consciousness of superior
Some one has beautifully said,
"Whatsover I thankfully receive as
a token of God's love to me, I part
with contentedly as a token of my love
Planted l>y Sir Walter KaU'lgli.
North Carolina boasts of a grape-
vine with a history. It is on the farm
of B. F. Meekins, Roanoke Island, not
far from the site of Fort Raleigh, and
near the birthplace of Virginia Dare.
It is claimed that the vine was planted
by Sir Walter Raleigh's ill-fated col-
ony in 1587. It is of the Scuppernong
variety, covers an acre of ground, and
yields about a ton of grapes annually.
Little Countries iu Danger.
They are already talking in Europe
of the possibility of Belgium being ab-
sorbed by France as the outcome of
the socialistic troubles iu the former
Country, and or the Temptation that
this would be to Germany to annex
the Netherlands. In this era of merg-
er it is just as difficult for the small
countries to maintain themselves aa
it is for the small business concerns.
Squaw's Unique Dress.
A dress owned by a Kiowa Indian
squaw was sold in El Reno, Okla.,
for $1,600, and the purchaser thinks
he was lucky to get it at that price.
It is lavishly decorated with elk teeth,
which are becoming almost as valua-
ble as pearls, and the squaw, like
many of her paleface sisters, thought
that §1,600 was altogether too much
money to be invested in one dress.
Trees In Hawaiian Isle*.
About fifteen years ago the Hawaiian
government undertook forest work,
and very soon the hills back of Hon-
olulu were clothed with a dense and
luxuriant growth of eucalyptus of sev-
eral varieties, the Australian wattle
and other trees of that character.
These trees have already exercised a
noticeable influence in conserving
rainfall and rendering the climate in
the vicinity more agreeable.
World's Largest Grapevine.
The largest grapevine in the world
Is growing in a secluded spot of the
Carpinteria valley, Santa Barbara
county, California. Its trunk measures
eight feet three inches in circumfer-
ence, and some of its branches three
feet in circumference. Its branches
cover nearly a half acre and require a
frame having sixty stout posts to sup-
port it. It is kept cut back every year
or it would cover a much larger area.
Rheumatism Cured al Last.
Lake Sarah, Minn,. May 12th.—Thou-
sands will read with pleasure that a
cure for Rheumatism has at last been
A Mrs. Hildebrandt of this place
after trying very man" medicines has
recently found a successful remedy for
this painful disease.
This woman suffered so with the
Rheumatism in her arms that sleep or
rest became impossible.
She heard of Dodd's Kidney Pills but
having little faith in anything was very
reluctant to spend any more money for
However, she decided to try one box
and this helped her so much that she
continued to use the Pills. Now she
"I am real well and I don't know how
I can express my thanks to Dodd s
Kidney Pills for what they have,done
King George Was Wise.
King George II. once wished to add
the Green park in London to his pal-
ace grounds whether the people liked
it or not. He inquired of his minister
as to the cost. His lordship, mindful
of the general discontent then preval-
ent, answered, "The cost, sir? Oh, it
would be a matter of three crowns!'*'
The king took the hint. The people
kept their park and the sovereign his
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