The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 5, 1902 Page: 1 of 12
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Money to I.ian on Farms, Interest Low and Terras Favorable, Ti,e As« k.xokads K,na.Irv 0liLi
NOBLE,. CLEVELAND COUNTY, OK.LAI
O.UA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 19 = 2.
I'fath or J«
11 ev;-y paper we pickup we're
5 re tj fi 1 1 a lot of silly gu-di about
tii,* :n 11 wh > is beland. '1 here i-. the
man behind the counter, and the man
I ehind the g in. 'I lie men behind
the li'.'z saw, . 1 d ilic man behii.d his
ctn i!o JS'.oeli I?«calla
Rervlcei to I'racr,
It !s still too early to estimate hmr
far civilization Las Lcea advanced by
(he life work of Jran do Iilocii, th«
Russian w:Iter whose death at V.'ar-
s:iw was announced tho other day.
Prac tically throughout 1,1. Eioch's ac-
tive life he wai devoted to tha study
of tlie srier.ee of war, its methods, its
c?u~03 an 1 its poetical nnJ economic
cffects. His study of military cqu'.p-
ireris ar.d methods led him to the be-
l'ef that war, always a torribie thing,
must be infinitely more teiribla in the
future; that, in fact, war wa3 becom-
ing bo deadly that first-clas3 power:-
f 11. 'I ho n an win i.-> behind the
t ints, the m.11 Lv hi; d his ro.ts. 'Ihr j C0::Ifl E0 lender resort to it, eppesin
arm'es b ins unuhle to exist with:
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1 if J q ' H I'UiiVO
III liftf 1 m
1. . n behind ll.e j h w-si ares, and die
j i.in behind the fence. And die man
1 . h r.d ihe whistle, ai d the man be-
hind the Lars. 'I i.e man behind the
kodak, ai d the man behind thcors,
'i he man behind hi> whiskers, and the
nn:i 1 ehind hi", fist, and everything
Lelimd anything ij entered
t ie list, but they've skipped anoth-
er fellow, of whom nodiing has been
1 uJ,—thef.ilow who is even, or a
1; lie W: y aheaJ; u ho always pnyj for
what lie g-ts, v.hose bills is al.vays
lime 1—he's a bkimeJ sight more iui
jor'ant than the man who is behind.
All we editors and merchants, and the
v.holt? commercial clan, are indebted
(>: existence to this honest nobleman,
lie keeps all i.i business, and his J
tJW;i ii never dead; and so I take my
hat off to the man who is ahead—Ex
striking <M?tarce cf each other. Ili
moral convictions led him to cvolv
a p'an for International arbitrat:on.
The Cz.ir, who had been strongly tm
pre: sod with BIcrh'a pictures o
war, virtually rcrcpted thin plan ii
outlining his call for the peace confer
cnco at The Hague. That conferee
v,Titers in tha iTrelflli century mtn-
Oii tinned the pastime and described the
el ate then in use as the brisket bone
of r.n ox fastened to the sole of the
fort and hound around the ankle,
vT.i'e the person thus mo :n!ei pu3he 1
1 In.stlf a'cng the ire by means of an
Iron-shod ft'ck. /nd it is said thr:^ in
the museum at Cambridge, as well as
In the Britl-h museum. t'icre ara bon^s
thus ground for use as skates. Later
came the wooden frame, with an iron
or steel runner. This was pome time
in the fourteenth century. In fie six-
failed signally to bring any lasting as-
ruranccs oTpeace, but for the influence
M. Bloch exercised in bringing it about
cs well ns for his contributions to the
entire subject cf international relation;
to will Le Ions remembered.
V>Te keep a complete ii ie of both,'Shelf an 3 77;vv
I.ardivsre Stoves a..J Iinwa:e, IIanne«s ai.J
PiTTT> TV,T r'irrvT re ,
Vw v i.Wa J b are complete 11 every rc:ncct, ar.d will
reach the neads of the ccmtmity.
CALL ar.d see cur GOODS, cur piiccs are ri-ht.
Beid Fiitocr, Cctfon Gin S EevatorCo.
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V.'e look into the cradle and behold
a male ch.ld. At the age of ten he is
a noisy k d wit'.i half the buttons off
his paats a;iJ holes i.i his packets;
and ac 1 j a devil in a pii.it shop,
widi an eye for meaness; at 25 the
editor of a coimtry newspaper, eogng-
ed i:i publishing the recourses cf the
cjuntry; at 35 emxnciated and worn
ou", at 5 3 a c irpse i 1 a cheap colli 1
a 11 hi o.i'y res jjrses are a Washing- |
tj 1 press, a fe.v case; of type and a j
na ) i ripti j 1 b it!i i 11111: ot 50a '
deli.i"i i;nt su'juri'ojrs, w!i> lineup
and mireh hi> cdTo 1, saying:
4 11 j wa> a p u'.i: spirited 4felbw, bat
lie couldn't ur.t save anydiinrr."' L:.
— ncn.rrs m —
Cl:cps9McaI mid Feed,
Wc also Jvoep tho hcr/i Cer.l
011 (he J3u\rkct,
G11 haixl at ::I1 time?,, and prlce.-j rIrjL
Give 111> ;i c:iJ 1.
At t!ie l'cik<',
"Z'y dear," said Mr. Henry Peek on
Christmas morning, "this is a lovely
smoking jacket you have g.vt-n iae.
And the picture' oa tho box of cijars
Ij very pretty."
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f HI VJfMn
"Glad they plcace yzx
"I just wondered," continued Sir.
Pe-k, nerving himse f to the first great
rtbeiljon cf his life, "whether these
cigars were made o: the same material
as the jacket."
Here he retired in gcod order, leav-
ing Mrs. Peel: in spccchlcsa wonder-
Quito CO per cent cf tho property of
England is insured.
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A woman ii Okhhomi licked a
bu-glar within an iaeh of his life,
blackened hi? eyes, broke his nose
■ aid kicked ii severd ot hi; ribs,
'i'hen she promptly fainted when she
f):md out it was a burglar a id not
h.r husband for *\hom she hid been
s'Ui ig op all nig'it. If that woman's
h.iibnn 1 his as ma;h sense a? a list
\ ears bird's nest he will reform his
ways and ronst in the bosom of his
fun ly. between sundown and sua up.
——Woods Cju.uv Lnierorise.
ore TlKiii I lioir I-'acd Va'.n*.
The human body cf averag3 weight
contains three pounds thirteen ouu.ee>
cf calcium. Calcium, at present mar-
ket rates is worth $300 an ounce, so
that emount tf it contained in ona
human body has a money value ot
518,200. Few of our fellow-citizena
realize.that they aro worth so much ia-
In tho cathedral cf IlrreTord, Eut-
land, there are stHl ahout 1,500 bork3
with the chains that used to be at-
tached to books in the sixteenth cen-
tury in ecclcnasiic and university li-
11 ar ic«a.
CZLV -. 'f • -' r?,,—^ C^.C
cf Puree?]], I. T.
Have the Isev.cct
Meet rp-to-catc ctcckcf.
An expert view is that sixty cases
cf smallpox in London can ha traced
to one individual.
The Dank of France can compel lt<
customers to receive ons-HiLli ol aacae.
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 5, 1902, newspaper, June 5, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106229/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.