The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 5, 1902 Page: 4 of 12

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THE RECORD
II. G. Evektok,
Ewtoh.
7E.\\DAYS IN TI1E CZAK1IS.
CRUCIAL EXCURSION TO
EUREKA SPRINGS,
ARKANSAS.
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W ISDN BSD A 1' J JNL1 Hill
Train tvill leave: Round trip;
'1 he Ripley Times lias the following
to aay of Dr. Rrcngle:
"l r Uriugle, the eminent physician
of I'erry, >/i*ia, In* Wen in Ripely this
week. IL1 is h specialist lor the cure
of all form* of catarrh, l,ut niso per-
forms ail kinds ol surgical operations.
Dr- Unitgle has a number of eases at
present, which he i treating rucocss-
fully. fie has made a life etudy ol
eat&rrh and elects ti cure under a pos-
itive guarantee. .Ail this week his of-
fice has been crowded with patient*
receiving treatment., and so many
wish his services that I.e will remain
here until May ,'nd, He will ti.en yo to
Cushing and the people there wilflincl
Dr Rriugle to do just exactly what he
agrees to."
OKl.ihoiua City
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within ten
There is much written in the press
of the country and a great deal of
cheap political talk about the party
"lash, and so on, and a great amouut
of which seems to be very vaguely un-
derstood by the parties using those
terms themselves. The wont l,pnr'y
jash" is a misnomer. Rut there are
'•political whips"; >-ome liavo divided
them into two «1 .sscs, calling the
sender a ' whip" but this is also in-
correct fcr there is only one "whip"'
* ■IV-, troin date of n c. K\erybody is. as we will proceed to explain. The
i • vitod to take advantage (>t this ^ rent; term probably crg'natcd in tho ] ns-
PflMIlP:* tfin ! AX l. .H "
lisn Iluuse of Comniuiis. rJ he "whip
] eas'ire trip, lor further iutormi
1 .>n a I o i any Frisco Ny.i em t.gent,
ii a t uvsi the undersigned.
R. A-\ Dann, D.vision I'lissenger Apt,
\\ iehita, Kansas.
/. Il.ltcn, General IVs.ienger Apt.,
St. "l.OLl:i,, Aid..
1. \ou wish satisfactory results.
/ uvnensE H TI
I)LYnm\ Wegtvo our patrons I'""'™ ^nerany hold
Ij r| I j .1 J | the best service, and I cuses 'tr 'he purpose of learning
v " ' a square deal, try Uo. many votes can be relied on t«
is used in this way: The party usu-
al y wh eh controls a dclib rative bodv
has some bill or party measure peiul
!ng which generally has leon dis-
cussed by the different |oliticnl par-
j tilfl of ti e country and in the delibera-
tive body which controls the policy
i oi the pover ment, as the cm so may be,
whll« ,nid measu™ Is fcndlup. h,for« j TfjOSSCS ^rClliptlV Ipaidj
said legislative bodv the difr.-,„nt -Jk
A, Flitn'ir, I t;<::1 pcT.t,
JM1JKM. M23SH) ami TOIimalXI?.
£iisnranoe O0-
it i
liFE CF THE SILKWOR M.
but I.ead*
Iiicoux pinion* in Siz
n I!u<y ICxittvni'P.
The silkworm is the la/vao of the
mulberry-feeding moth, an Inconspic-
uous moth of a^hy while wings. The
raalo ia not half au inch long, and tho
female is little longer and stouter. The
tilkworu is hairless, of an asher gray
or cream colo:, grows to a length of
three to three and a half inches and is
slender. Its natural food is the leaves
%t the mulberry tree. The silk glands
cr vessels consist of two long sacs
tunning along t.ho sides cf the body.
When the larva is fully matured and
teacy to change to the pupa condition,
It proceeds to spin its cococn, in which
cperaticn it ejects f:om both glands
tt the same time
about 4,000 yards
l:cad around in regular order for three
«lays or thereabouts, wrapping itself
rp completely. The cocoon with the
Inclosed pupa is egg-shaped, white or
2 allow in color, an inch to an inch
end a half long and half na inch to
£ n inch thick. In two to three weeks
< fter completion of the coccon, tho ir.-
c!os?d insect is ready to escape. It
moistens one end cf its self-made
rrtso'.:. thereby enabling itself to push
tside the fibers and make an opening
1 y which the pcrfect moth comes forth.
The female lays her eggs to the num-
ber of 500 cr more; and with that, the
aid legislative body the different
political parties generally hold can-
how
to sup-
port the measure on the one hand, and
lo oppose the 3ame on the other band.
1 hen finally a time is set for a final
vote on the m earn re. it can readily
be seen that the party in control who
have the greater number of adherents
will be extremely concerned about the
final outcome of the proposition. After
the majority party meets and has
appointed a committe to look after
any doubtful members and strive to
convert them, or induce ibem to sup-
port the party measure. Then a time
will be fixed st.rne da5's ahead of course
for a final vote on the measure. This
is sometimes reached by an agreement
of the majority and minority leaders,
or by a rule brought in by the majori-
ty fixing a day for the final vote,
a lme or thread j rl hen the chairman of this committe
long, moving Us t appointee to the force cav.cess address
a short note to such of the nembers as
he may tiiink may need their memory
jog<-d or who may be away from the
cessions telling such of the hour when
the division or final vote will be taken,
and requesting such members to be
present in his seat and support his part
by Ins vote on said measure, and his
vote is a "political whip'" and that is
all there is to it.
1'njgiia.m,—Te.jtii Annual Commence-
ment os- xao: Uxirnasrrr op
Oklahoma.
I,Lav 30 to June 0 1902.
Friday May 30—Presidents reception
to graduating elas*.
Saturday May 31—8 p m Address I to
Senate Debating club.
Hon. Frank II. Hreer.
Sunday June 1—11 a m lJaccalaureate
sermon., Rev J. H. Craighead
8pm Address to V W C A aud YMC A
Rev W. C. Miles.
Monday June 2, 8 p ia—Annual recital
school of music.
Tuesday June 3, 8 p in—Play—"'School
for scandal" senior class.
The Glencoe Mirrow speaks for the
, , , , ,, , --- people of Glencoe and has good words
} fe c'clc c; th0 E10th bein? complete, for Dr. Rrengle:
I r\i V, r. /I ' n r~\ „ A !i I ^
1 oth ecxes
Tress.
sooa die.—Detroit Free
Oil the morning of the 30:11 at 2:30
P- ni., lkn Thomas, night watchman
r.t Duri'y ]lros'. grading camp 1 1-2
rn.Ies west of Marrall. shot and sc-
Tiously wounded a man hy the name
c: James Staiks who was caught in
Ihe a< t of h'enlircr a saddle. He wis
*uot in the :°tt shoulder and side with
5 41 Coh's revolver, Sfarks was sent
lo nis home at Honey Grove, Texas
© 1 the Saturday morning train, he is
suit (-xpeuUd to live.
Wednesday June 4, e p in—Annual en-
tertainment forum literary society.
Thursday June 5, .> a m—Annual meet-
in of board of Regents. 8 p ia Fae
ulty concert, school of mtiiiic.
Friday JuneG 10:3.) a m Graduating
exercises. Annual nddress by Rev
W rn. A. Quayle, D. D. Confv'ring o1
degrees, ti p m Junior banquet to
seniors.
'"Dr. W'111. V,. Rringle, the catarrh
specialist, is in 'ueneoe this week and
as usual is having a splendid business.
The doctor's treatment, now beinj?
gi ven to many of this vicinity, is bring-
ing relief to persons who have suffered
with this dreadful disease for years,
and wiio are thankful that they have at
last found the services of such an emi-
nent physician. Ho has given his pa-
tients satisfaction and Glencoe will al-
ways extend him a welcome. The doc-
tor poes to Ripely next week ;md the
people of that eitv will make uo mis-
take in trusting *lieir cauo io bio ta.v.',
George Ilollingsworth was in town
this week,and while here called on the
Rxcoru.
TWO RATERS YOU NEED.
o
Yon need The Record, because it is
your local paper. It gives a class of
news you can't get elsewhere. You
need The News because it gives "you
all the Texas Mate news. Tiie Recori.
and The Semi-Wekklv News one year
for only §1,50 cash in advance.
The News is promptly stopped at ex-
piration of time paid for.
This offer ia limited.
Tiie PuifLisiiEEfl.
Dick t. Morgan, was in town
yesterday looking aftea his politica-1
intererests;
Between St. Lonis and Kansas City and
OKLAHOMA CfTT,
WICHITA,
QENISON,
SHERR1AN,
DALLAS,
fOsST WORT5]
"An^pIAH.-{pal f.oints ,n Texas and the South-
west. This train is new throuehout and li
made up of tho finest cquipmert, proyjdf 1
with electric lights and ail other modor-t
travehuK coavemonces. It runs via our nov
sompleted
Ked KSvc^ DsavfiSBon.
.„,®7ory appliance ^ known to modern ca-
bnllding and railro.iding has been emplovei
in tho make-up of this service, iocludini;
Cafe Obscrvaiicn Cars3
5,n^er }he ^^"aprement of Fred, narvo-
*ull iarormation as to rates and all details "ri
a trip via this jiew route will bo cheerfully
fnrnished, upon application, by aay ri.ara-
aeaUtive of tho ^
ANNOUNCEMENT.
^enre authorized to announce Rob-
ert .Stogner a* candidate for court?
assessor, subject to the action of tlia
ticUiocrcitio pnranrv 10,
Wk are autiiorized to announce ti,®
name of Roland IIlohes, of Noble
township as a candidate for nominatio n
^ a (oi'nty '1 reasurer <f
Cleveland county, subject to the de<u-
ocratiu pnmary, ,lul_y lj 13j2.
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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/m1/4/ocr/: accessed September 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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