The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Money to Loan on Farms, Interest Low and Terms Favorable,
Iiik A.vdkkw Kinokaiik Company, Fidkmty IU ii.iuno Norman, Oki.a,.
NOBLE, CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 36, 1902.
Under tents and arbors: Amusements Galore.
Come and have a-good time, and bring a well
By Order of Comiviittee.
Lumder T .imo ^
•We keep a complete line ofbeth, Shelf and Ilea . /
Hardwsre1 Stoves and Tinware, Hanness and
OUR IMPLEMENTS are complete in every respect, and will
reach.the neacs of tne coniuiiity
CALL and s,ee our GOODS, our prices are right.
WANT A WHITE AUtTRALIA.
Queensland A<1op:« for Deportln*
The movement to make a "white"
Australia is not receiving such general
approval &£ the Chinese exclusion has
in this country, but it is none the less
«ertaiii that yellow and brown labor
must go from England's colony. The
bill now being discussed in tue com-
monwealth parliament permits the in-
troduction into Queensland (the state
most affected by the m^asu^e, for it is
there that sugar is grown) during 1892
of 75 per cent of the number of island-
ers (Polynesians) who return to their
homes during the present yeaV In 1903
only 50 per cent may return, and by
189G there will be none in the colony,
for by that year all will have been sent
back to their island homes, whether
or not they hold property or can pass
the education test.
The chief opponents of t^e .measure
are the sugar planters and manufac-
turers, who say the white labor in the
cane fields is much more expensive and
tnuch less effective, and they promise
the extinction of a growing industry
on which great sums of money have
■already been spent if it become neces-
sary to rely solely on expensive and
incompetent labor. Premier Barton's
idea, however, Is that by a system of
import duties end bounties the sugar
industry may be so protected that the
loss of cheap and efficient labor will
aiot harm it.
Professors In ParU Schools.
The University of Paris has 245 pro-
fessors, seventy-six of whom belong to
.the medical faculty, while fifty-two
teach literary branches, forty-nine nat-
ural science. #>tc.
Horn In an Kuiigrant Wagon.
Congressman Needham of California,
<was born at Car«on City, Nev., in an
emigrant wagon, his parents being on
fcjielr way across the plains.
COLLAR AIDS THE DOCTOR.
Causes Woman to Tttfee Colt, and mit
Brings Him Patleeta.
"Yes, I know. Another eo said
the doctor. "I do not know what mcd-
ical men would do if it were not for
you women." And he turned to the
creature of furs and wraps, smiled one
of his appreciative smiles and contin-
ued: "Remove your boa, please. Do
you realize that the high collars that
women wear around their necks are
responsible for nearly all the colds
that your sex gets? It is so. Winter
and summer alike you will Insist upon
wrapping up your delicate necks in
high silk, velvet, cloth, linen or chif-
fon covering. It is be not this, why
it is a yard or more of ribbon tightly
drawn about the neck, and naturally
the neck gets tender and oversensi-
tive from the fancy bandages and
swathing that are forever about It.
With the first draught there 1b a
cough. My advice to you as a friend
and physician Is to go straight home,
and when you cure this oold throw
away your ribbons and other neck
traps. Leave the neck bare. Never
irind what the other woman does. You
wiilv find your health much improved
if you give your neck a chance to get
acquainted with the natural order of
things. My advice does not apply to
you alone. It is Intended for all
women who wear chokey neck stuff
and endanger th*ir health by forever
catching cold. You may not like my
f.vanknesa now, but if you follow my
advioe you will bless me inside of six
months and your oolds will be few and
far between in the bargain.—New
Origin of "Arabian Nlght ."
Professor Seybold of Stuttgart has
discovered in the Tuebingen university
library an Arabian manuscript 500
years old, which in probably the origi-
nal of "The Arabian Nights." He has
also found manuscripts describing the
whole religious system of the Druses.
Reid Flitner, Cotton Gin * Elevator Co.
Chops, Meal and Mill Feed.
We also keep the best Coal
011 the market.
On hand at all times, and pices rig-ht
(live us a rill I.
Guaranteed Kid Gloves.
It will pay you to go to Purcell and
W. G. Blanchard & Co,
In their immense - stock of, Dry!
• Goods, Hoys and Mens
• Clothing,' Fine Shoes,
and dressy slippers
to say nothing
Laces and Wash Goods
yoj can find-what yon-want,
at prices that are reasonable.
They Carry the Best of Every-thing,-
Satisfaction Guaranteed or your Money Back
REMEMBER the NUMBER over the DOOR,
LION SIIIRT.S. PESFECTION CLOTHING
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1902, newspaper, June 26, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106232/m1/1/: accessed July 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.