Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 29, 1901 Page: 8 of 8
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JUSTICETO MIC. BUY AN.
The Atlanta Constitution, one
of the abelest edited democratic
papers in the south, has the tol-
lowinganent, Mr. Hrvan and his
relation to the policies of the
party of the future, which ex-
presses the sentiment of ninty-tive
per cent of the democrats who are
democrats in season and out.
The Constitution has declared
that the campaign ot l'.'iM must
furnish its own issues, and that
these issues will indicate the man
of the hour for the candidacy. To
peach this result successfully there
must he no holding hack for the
candidates or the issues of other
days. They served their time and
now belong to history. '1 Ids is as
true of Mr. Bryan and of Mr.
Cleveland and those who have
From this standpoins the Con-
stitution is glad to note the change
pf tone on part of certain papers
by which the personal worth and
integrity of Mr. Bryan is recog-
nized. But the other day the
Philadelphia Times, after a season
of unfnir criticism, and even abuse
came out boldly and acknowledged
that such course was wrong, that
Mr. Brvan as an eminent demo-
crat, who had tilled two commis-
sions from Ids party, was entitled
to the respect and fair dealings
due one who has performed a given
duty. Such men are needed in the
future, no matter what side they
may have been in the past.
The Boston Herald, one of the
most ablcof the independent press
admits the clear insight of Mr
Bryan into the future when it says
in its editorial leader:
Mr Bryan has brought into clear
light one reason why the working-
men of the country regard with
alarm the tendency to the cosoli-
dation of great mdusteries under a
single control creating virtual
monopoly in many branches of
business. In the days of smaller
establishments competing for trade
the workman who left one einploy-
tlie cause of the common people
superior to that of any class 01
It is a platform upon which all
can unite and which we commend
to l hose sincerely desi ions of bring
ing about reform.
Kai.se Mam. i commissioner's Proceedings.
There is no place on earth that|
can get so “down in the mouth"
(in such slight provocation and j N<;jJie county mot' pursuant'to^uajMrament
• I i 1 __ all innuiliMrs ni*P<Wllt.
can recuperate so 'quickly when
A BUCK SHEEl*.
Last Saturday morning's State
Capital contained the following:
I’ostotlice lii'peolerO. B. M eick
came into Guthrie last night with
John H. Morrison, postmaster at
Nagle, Kingfisher county, who was
arrested yesterday in Kingfisher
on the charge of sending lewd
obscene and lascivious matter
through the mail. It is believed
by the inspector that Morrison lias
violated the postal law more in
this respect than any other qian
ever did. He was arraigned in
Kingfisher and held under %5,000
bond to await the action of the
federal grand jury. He was then
brought to Guthrie and placed
in the federal jail. H? has made a
full and complete confession.
Postoffice Inspector Weick, tin
suspiciously, discovered the crime
He had been sent to Nagle by the
department to investigate some
other charges which had been pie-
fevred against the postmaster.
There bad been a number of kicks
registered by parties who had
missed letters and Inspector Weik
was ordered to investigate. While
there he discovered a lot of letters
addressed to “James It. Searies
and asked the postmaster to whom
they belonged. Morrison imme-
diately admitted that the letters
were his private property. The
contents of some of them had been
seen by Mr. Weik and a more
t hings In igliten up as (Ikliiboma.
During the long hot days of .June
and .July, when everything was
blistering, burning and bewailing
its fate, people got pretty ‘•blue."
with all members present. . lt ..
On motion application of Joseph Mautne
for certificate of »*rror taken up ;mci the
County Treasurer is hereby ordered t« can-
eel same and issue check on redemption in
the sum of and interest, and upon set-
tlement of the taxes for the year 11)00. t reas-
urer is hereby instructed to take up tax sale
certifiejite cancel and tile same for reference.
On motion remonstrance against location
of proposed county road leading from C ity of
Perry to Paw nee county line was presented.
We all knew we would not starve, ^
for we h:id a big wheat crop, and p 1J J f"nd of h.a. need ap-
if it ever lined, would have fall | PY>n*niotIon road bond of H, S. Davidson ap-
nasturage and forage foi stock ‘‘o,, motion viewer report on road petitioned
.. i * a. ____ fnr bv H V 1 vifUnii M.C.rtU)ted. No rOliti tO
Keeps the Finest Line of Foreign and Domesti*
Ooods in Perry .
feed, bui that didn't count, we
just didn't see how we could get
along. If a calf bellowed the
farmer was frenzied with the
thought that it was starving,
so he hustled it off to market.
Just couldn't bear to see the poor
tiling starve, you know. Well,
when it rained and the country
was saved, how much better and
brighter we all felt, and the farm-
er who got scared and sacrificed
his stock and finds that be will
have a lot of corn and oceans of
feed wonders if that calf was
really starving, when it bellowed.
\./ll UIOUUII > n«ll ton ------
for by H. S. Davidson accepted. No road to
On motion adjourned to meet at 8 o'clock
a. m.. August 21.1801.
Perky, O. T.. August 21,1901.
The Board of County Commissioners of
Noble county met pursuant to adjournment
with all members present for the purpose of
givingal) parties a hearing in the applica-
tion of A1 Wineman for a wholesale liquor
When you want a Fine Suit of Clothes made
to order, and a guaranteed fit, see
Stenographer sworn to take and transcribe
the testimony in the above entitled cause.
The following witnesses were called and
sworn on behalf of protestants: John Mason
Dr. Brafford and Ike Underwood. •
Board adjourned to meet at 1 o'clock p. m.
Board met pursuant Ml adjournment with
all members present and case again resumed.
Ike Underwood again recalled. H. 0. Swingle
culled by protestants and sworn by chairman
Ben Burnett and A. C. Wineman called by
Motion by Perryman that protest be sus-
id license be rejected. Motion
or, whether in consequence of it
strike or for personel reasons,
was practically sure of finding
employment of the same kind
some where else. IV hen all the
mills and factories doing one kind
of work are owned or controled
by one master, the workmen will
be absolutely at the mercy of that
master. He may be blacklisted
at every place where the work be
can do is carried on without favor,
ing any illegal conspiracy, since a
man can not conspire with himself
and may refuse a person employ-
ment in any establishment lie owns
or manages. In this way it is
hoped to intimidate all who would
engage in a strike, wlmt ever hard-
ship may be imposed on them.
They will have to submit to any
terms offered, for the possibilities
of bettering their condition by
changing their employer will
no longer exist.
The Nashville American, another
newspaper which opposes a repe-
tition of the candidate or of the
platform of 1H0O, is just enough
My. Bryan's advise to Ohio
democrats is sound and democratic.
Thinking democrats do not always
aggree with all that the party
platform contains, but there is
always much for them to endorse
and choosing between a democritic
that is not altogether satisfactory
and a republican platform which
they do not indorse, they support
the democratic ticket. There arc
democrats in Ohio who do not ap-
prove sections of the Ohio plat-
form which Mr. Bryan endorses,
yet they will support the platform
and ticket as a whole, as becomes
good democrats. If Mr. Bryan
will continue to give such advice
and to abide by it himself he will
at least prove himself a loyal party
man will disapoint, we hope agree-
ably, those who have charged that
he will Holt the next national
democratic convention unless his
individual ideas prevail.
The Constitution heartily joins
with these three newspapers as to
the proper manner in which to
approach the canvass in 1004.
Justice to the last,respect to whom
it is due, and a firm resolve to make
threugh investigation disclosed a
great lot of the most vulgar letters
too vulgar for the mind to imagine
The insjieetor at once cased Mor
risen to be arrested and the heavy
bond imposed is snfficent evidence
of the grossness of tho charge, as
in such cases the usual bond is only
from £50 to £1,000.
Morrison is fifty eight years old
a veteran of the cival war and so
far as known has borne a good
reputation, lie advertised in nu-
merous matrimonial papers for a
wife, describing himself as being
t wenty-eight years old and having
a little daughter of eight years,
for whom he was desirous of secur-
ing a comfortable home through
his own marriage to a good
Morrison received in the neigh-
borhood of 1,500 replies. They
came from all parts of the United
States from all ages and manner of
women, all willing to marry him.
In almost every instance Morrison
would continue the corespondence
throwing in many leading ques-
tions and lewd insinuations, until
the letters between him and women
in every part of the country grew
to be the most obscene and lascivi-
ous that have ever come into the
possession of the postal authorities^
The inspector secured a bunch of
fifty letters, written to Morrison
by women, that would be deter-
mined unprintable even in the
vilest of publications. A number
of his letters to the women were
also secured, which in tone would
bring the blush to the most
Other charges as before men-
tioned are also pending against
Morrison and if they stick they
they will brand him as the deepest
and meanest villian that ever came
before the public.
Following the arrest of Morris-
on the inspector named Miss Clara
L. Jones as acting postmaster at
Nagle, pending the appointment
of Morrison's successor.
Put it On Free List.
A wise amendment to oiii tariff
laws would be a provision to the
effect that whenever the production
of any article on the protected list
should be materialy decreased by
closing the mills and factories for
any reason, the duty on such arti-
cle should be removed and foreign
manufacturers be permited to
supply the demand. Under exist-
ing laws the maufacturer can quar-
rel" with his employe, close hie
mills and sit idle until the surplus
stock is used up, certain of receiv-
ing a reward in the shape of higher
prices. This forces the innocent
public to pay the numerous cost
of strikes and labor wars and thus
realy encourages these disastrous
contlicts. Workingmen of the
country, as well as consumers gen-
erally, should favor this change
as it would aid them in their strugle
with the trusts which are so rapidly
securing control of the industeries
of the country.---Sedalia Demo-
tained an.. ^ „„ . ----
seconded by Carpenter and carried.
On motion the remonstrance tiled against
application of Cornelius Maupin for liquor
license set for hearing A ugusl 27, at 9 o'clock
1092. On motion bill 10*2 favor E. E. Dog-
gett in the sum of $010. 00 allowed In the sum
On motion board adjourned to meet Aug.
0forge A. Masters, Chairman.
Homf.r P. Larsh, County Clerk.
C. A. SNIFFER,
West Side Square,
The September Number.
“Miss Alcott’s Letters to Her Lau-
rie,”' now printed for the .tirst lime,
and edited qy “Laurie" himself, form
one of the strongest features of the
Ladies' Home Journal for September.
“With Seton-Thompson in Hie
Woods“shows U'e great animal-story
teller in his element , and “Some Col-
lege Scrapes We Hot Into," as told by
“A Graduate,” give good cause for
laughter. There are also interesting
articles about “Cats that Draw Salar-
ies." "Famous People as We Do Not
Know them,” and “How a Village
Changed its Name.” Mr. Bok's edi-
torial on "The School Question
Again” is > strong arraignment of
American parents for not taking the
proper part in the education ol their
children. In addition to many other
literary and pictorial features, twice
the usual amount, of space is devoted
to the coming styles, for this is the
“Special Autumn Fashion Number”
of The Journal. The new dresses,,
hats and wraps are all shown. There
is also a double page of photographs
of “The Handsomest Laces in Amer-
ica." and a striking cover design by
Miss Ellen Bernard Thompson. By
The Curtis Publishing Company.
Philadelphia. One dollar a year: ten
cents a copy.
Entry List 1:3a Pace.
The following string of horses nave
already been entered in the above
class and the race is closed and will
be a go:
Bay Ben, B. G. by Gerone Turner,
B. F. Hanna, Kinsley, Kansas.
Appomatox, 0. H. by Graceful
George, E. L. Herche, Guthrie, O. T.
Oak Medium, B. G,, by Oak Grove.
Geo. Walkins, Guthrie.i
Mamie Oberlin, Cb. M. by Oberlin
Boy, Harry Broadwell; Ralston, Ok.
Kitty Me. G. M. sire unknown, J. F
Jesse Patterson, Ch. M, by Rattler
Brooks, W. A. Miller, Denton, Texas.
Eula W, Ch. M. by Kankakee, R.
Maud W. G. M. by Gray Harry, J.
A. Skaggs, Shawnee.
Sleepy Bess, B. M. by Egmont
Chief, Anna Warren. HoiQeshad, Ck.
Tomv Faust, B. G. by Gainman,
W. L. Hough, VVaukomis.
Leo Rex B. G. byGalieci Rex, Jail-
lit Bros., Harrington, Kansas.
Len Blk. G. by Niunescah, Bert
Hackersimtb, Soloman, Kansas.
Billy Hays B. G. by Black Dick,
Kemp Barton, Mulhall.
Bonny Riley, G. M. by Happy
Riley, J. L Cotter. Neveda, Mo.
J. H. Call G. G. Mains Leay, J. II,
Call, Arkansas City.
Sunflower S. M. by My rati, McHen-
ry. C. M. Richards, Iola, Kas>
Tramp Wood, S. II.--——, Wil-
ford pitman, VVaukomis.
Perry. B. II. by Prince Roi. M. C.
J. II. Cole, B. G. by Mcner Leay,
AT LUGERT AND JEDLICKA,
Opposite County Scales
PERRY. - OKLA.
Low Rato Eicorsions*
all Summer ill
The Burlington Route.
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Brooio=Quinine Tablets
the remedy that enres a cold iii one day
“A few months ago, food which 1
ate for breakfast would not remain
on my stomach for half an hour. I
used one bottle of your Kodoi Dys-
pepsia and can now eat my break-
fast and other meals with a relish
and my food is thoroughly digested.
Nothing equals Kodoi Dyspepsia cure
fur stomach troubles. II. S. Pitts,
Arlington, Tex., Kodoi Dyspepsia
Cure digests what you eat.
During the coming summer the
Burlington Route will have in effect
the very lowest excursion rates jtUat
have ever been made. The general
plan of these rates, destinations, etc.,
is so varied that the public should
ask their nearest ticket agent for de-
tails, or else do us the favor to write
for rates, descriptive matter, etc.
CHEAP SUMMER TOURS WEST
—Daily to Colorado, Utah and Black
Hills, also Homeseekers’ excursions
every two weeks to the whole West
CHEAP EXCURSIONS EAST-Very
low round trip rates to the Buffalo
Exposition, the Seashore, Adiron-
dacks, Canada, Michigan Lakes,
Mackinaw: a thousand eastern re-
sorts: fine lake and rail trips east,
Via Chicago, Detroit. Cleveland.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS NORTH—
Every day to St Paul, Minneapolis
and Lake Superior resorts; the cool-
est recreative country. \
Ask for the Burlington's summer
excursion rate circulars.
sonally conducted every Wednesday
from S. Louis, every Thursday from
Kansas City and St. Joseph.
Write us for raxes and printed mat-
ter describing the proposed trip.
L.J.BRU'KER, L. W. WAKELY,
A. P. A.,£23 Main St. Gen’l Passenger Agent
Kuuwff City. Mo. St. Louis Mo.
St. Joseph, Mo.
To Cure a Cold in One Days
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature in on each box. Price 25c.
issued Weeky .
Wiliam 3. Bryan,
Lincoln, - Nebraska.
Would Have Cost Him His Lite.
Oscar Bowman. Lebanon, Ky.,
writes: “1 have been using Foley’s
Kidney Cure and take great pleasure
in stating that it gave me perman-
ent cure of kidney disease which cei-
tainlv would have cost me ray life-”
Take none but Foley’s. Hutchinson
Terms- Payable in Advance
One Year.......................41 00
Six Months...................... 00
Three Months................... 36
Single Copy..................... °5
A Great Newspaper.
The Sunday edition of the St. Louis
Republic is a marvel of modern news->
paper enterprise. The organbatTori
of its new service is world-wide, com-
plete in every department; in fact,
superior to that of any other news-
The magazine section is illustrated
in dainty tinted colors and splemltd
halftone pictures. This section con-
tains more high-class literary matter
than any of the monthly magazines.
The fashions illustrated in natural
colors are especially valuable to the
The colored comic section is a
genuine laugh-maker. The funny
cartoons are by the best artists. The*
humorous stories are high class, 'ey'
authors of national reputation.
The price of the Sunday Republic
by mail one year is ?2.00. For sale by
all news dealers.
Dyspeptics cannot he long lived be-
cause to live requires nourishment,
food is not nourishing until it is di-
gested. A disordered stomach
cannot digest food,it must have as-
sistance. Kodoi Dispepsia Cure di-
gests all kind of food without aid
from the stomach, allowing it to
rest and regain its natural function.
Its elements are exactly the same as
the natural digestive fluids and it
simply can’t help but do you good.
Files are not only in, and of them-
selves very annoying and painful, but
often greatly aggrevating and even
cause other grave and painful affect-
ions, and should, therefore not to be
neglected. Tabler’s Buckeye idle
Ointment is a great boon to suffering
as it will cure them. Price 50 cents
in bottles, tubes 75 cents,—E. E.
Hold wheat for better prices and
osure it with Robbins & Falls.
It isn't the material that goes into
your repaired watch that results in a
perfect jut)- it is the know-how that
does the business. Any bungler eau
buy the fine material that I use in re
pairing; butskill isfce most valuable
material that can be used in watch
repairing: and the bungler can't buy.
I sell my skill for what it is worth,
and it will cost you less than bung-
ling at a lower price.
Townsend the Jeweler.
in the selection of physician.
Be careful in the selection of your
druggist-. Inasmuch as the suc-
cess of the physician is largely de-
pendent upon the quality of drugs
and skill used in dispencing his
prescriptions the exercise of dis-
cretion in selecting the prescription
is of parmount smportance. No
matter xvhat the qualifications of
bhephysician may be, his bet ef-
forts to relieve tho sick may be
thwarted by the incompetency or
lack of intergrity of the pharm-
acist who compounds the pres-
In selecting our assortments of
drugs and chemicals for pre-
scription purposes every precau-
tionary means is employed to in-
If a prescription is in tho best
of hands you get good from it. If
it is in'poor hands you do not.
Our prescription work may al-
ways be relied upon as absolutely
accurate and truthful.
E. K. HOYVENDOBLER.
THE BURLINGTON ROUTE
Through reclining chair cars and the
latest improved Pullman coaches with
out change on all Frisco lines be-
City and St. Louis.
Santa Fe trains make close connec-
tions at Wichita and Oklahoma City
for all points on the..................
Train leaves wichita at 1.-20 and at
10 p. m., Oklahoma City at 10:15 a in,
arrive at Wichita 6:35 a. id., and J.^5
p. m., Oklahoma City 5:35 p. m. See
that your ticket reads via Frisco line.
It will save you money.
Should you desire any information
as to rates, time Route, maps etc.
call or write any Frisco line agent or
the undersigned. It is a great pleas-
ure for us to answer questions.
Pacific Express,” Kansas City
or Denver to Puget Sound, Portland.
Montana. Washington, ent ire North-
west. Daily through train of ouaches.
chair cars, tourist, and standard
sleepers and dining cars.
No. 15; morning train, Kansas
City to Nebraska. Denver and Pacific
Coast, via (Scenic Colorado. Weekly
California excursions personally con-
ducted. ■ \
No. 23; latest night train. Kansas
City to Denver: night, train fed
Nebraska. Omaha; St. Paul.
No. 21 ; noon train, Kansas Git j
to Omaha. St. Paul:through sleepers
No. 56; famous Chicago Eli: din
ing and buffet library cars, chai
No. 16; St, Louis*Fast Nigh
Take your bycicle to Tobin
Smith when it needs repairs.
No. 42; fast morning trainApast
Write for descriptive mutteiTrate
Bay ah Sxydi.k. Geueral Passenger Apt,
8t. Louis, Missouri.
B r. Dvr*, District Passenger Agent.
Colcra,d.c axicl "CTtali.
There nre many tours outlined for Colorado
but none are complete Without including quair
mid picturesque Salt Lake titty iu the ittucrar;
Eqeursinn tickets are sold by all lines in tl
East and South to halt Lake City via either U
Denver and lUo Grande or Colorado Mitllar
railroads, in connection with the Rio Grant
Western Railway—tbe Great Salt Lake Rout
Tickets purchased via tills route will enti".
holders to stob-over priviliges at all the proini
ent resorts in tbe Rocky Mountains and Uta
as well as special rates for side trips, etc. Tbe
will be daily excursions to Salt Lake City dnrii
the entire summer, as well as extra low rates ■
special days. Impure of ticket agent. Send
for copies of “Salt Lake City—the city of V
Saints''—and -Side Trip Folder” to Geo. 1
Heinz. General Passenger Agent, liio Gran
Western Railway, Salt Lace City.
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