Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 8, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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Perry, Oklahoma, August 27 to 31,1901
Every Farmer and Citizen is Interested in its Success.
Haw to make it a success. 4
Bring in your nne stock and farm oroducts and place them on
exhibition. Bring them all in.
This specie of the Fair promises to be
the best ever produced in Oklahoma,
ane will be of much interest to people
who admire fine blooded stock.
Through it Board of County Commis-
sioners will give FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS in premiums for stock and
farm products, confined especially to
Special Premiums, ??“*?*«** worthy of
Official County and City Paper.
It wasn’t intended that Dennis
Fvtm should draw a lucky number,
he was only one of the blind
> A A consideration by our farmers, and will be paid on nreserTtatioT*™+y Ui
» proof. Read the premium list and list your stock or farm nroducts for the prize. P entatl0n °- certificate of
I J. L. PANCOAST, President. CAR CRAWFORD, Secretary.
IOBLE COUNTY ^FNTINFI It wasn’t intended that Denuis Outside of Joe Quick what
Closing out our Large line of Summer Under- 3
wear at 4Q cents a Garment. They are worth -3
65 and 75 cents a Garment, all colors and fast
black Colors, too. They will not Fade. Come H
early and select them before they are all gone. 3
ilterod Ht the* Pot*! Office* at Perry, Oklahoma
as Secomi Mail Matte r.
ON WHOItTON & SOX, Proprietors
Lou Whorton, Editor.
-I. \\ . Kuktik who drew a lucky
number in the new country, con-
templates opening a slaughter
farm for the extinction of grass-
PUHLISFTED EVERY THURSDAY hoppers and selling the offalls
to the Indians.
On Seventh St., Bet. D and E. I . ________«_
Phone No. 90.
What is the “Perry Orchestra;"
Is it Goorge Lowry's string hand.
John Hansendrewa luekynum-
her 'and will loan the cash to his
leighborsat 2 percent, unless Den-
nis Flynn gives them free homes.
Charley Christoph who drew a
lumber for a claim will “under-
take to establish a poor farm and
bury paupers at so much per—.
Wenever run up against a shure
bing game before until we struck
he Hitchcock-Book Island lottery.
There were 13,000 cappers and
After the evening and morning
sheets had boosted the ‘"Lost
lleires,-- . given under the auspices
of the “Perry Orchesta", for more
that a week, the managment takes
their job work to a
concern and have the programs
printed. This base ingratitude is
worthy of comment.
Outside of Joe Quick what
prominent democrat of Perry
drew a lucky number;
It cost more to open the dour of
the new country than the land
would sell for under the auction-
So far as heard from not a real
newspaper publisher in Oklahoma
made a winning in the lottery at
If the live colored persons of
Perry who drew lucky numbers
in the Hitchcock lottery dont get
good claims it will be their fault,
“mystic'They have a “chance.”
Figure it out and you will sea |
that 3 out of 5 who drew iuckv'
___ numbers in the Hitchcock lottery I
Just to show how greedy the arf. ^P"b^ans’ « beats that
Filipinos are to accept what the ra °in
administration offers them, the The political complexion of an
aval government has been suspen- Oklahoman could he more easily j
dedin fourpovincesand the shoot- spotted than a Missourian or an
ing resumed. Yet theie are those
who do not believe the Filipinos
will ever adopt William McKinley
for a patron saint.
Arkansan saw buck when it comes
to placing the names in the whirly I
Of course Oklahoma and the In-1 midnight when they should have
Judge Dale may be honest and The Democrats Sof Oklahoma dian territory couldn’t draw aiijbeen in bed; murmuring honeyed
>elievee the drawing is fair, butlextend the glad hand to everyone the lucky numbers but then Texas 1 nothings while the pale moon hung
t i ?vident that dork, u n le * tii i, Annca.1 nnitAi,, i Arironcn^ iv,., 1.1 — 1 1 itshpAil. I wr» <7a^I 1 n r, ,v, eh 1 AfAn,
lirections of Ex-Gov Ritchards
vere a little two swift for him.
The thing was fixed before the
luge hid a chance to review the
j the lucky numbers but then Texas1
who is oposed to the policies of !»nd Arkansas could be placed in | Its head. Two gosling with joyous
repul)licanism. Come into our1 the bottom of the pit just thej ekitions. swapped the microbes on
party and we will treat you right, -ame.
their lips. an<i thrilled with a queer
sensation from toes to finger tips.
Telling the same stuff over that
An exchange says whenever you
iod a man finding fault with a
oca I paper,open it and ion to one
0 hasen’t an advertisement in it:
ve to one lie never gave it a job
f work; three to one be doe-, not
dre the paper; two to one that if
e i - a subscriber lie is a delin-
• uent. even that lie never does anv-
ling to assist the publisher to run
good paper; and forty to one he . _ ______
»the most eager to see the paper avarice. The democratic party is
hen it comes out. the only hope of future liberty.
There i> no use maintainig separ-
ate organizations, and no one! - *------- ----. - --------- -----
ktoews I>etter than the rank and ,,een arested ior registering more was nothing when it was new: gig-
I « • | . _ t I) Q T1 flH of H 1 IA r\ n T> ! v L - _ 1 I 1 r\ r* /V11 j n 1 n rm a r.1 t,..«.»!» _ 1 A
tileof the populist party. That as a
L p to date 21 repeators have
than once at El Reno. Richards ling, gushing and burning but
meor me populist part v. mat as a ...... • ‘MV'U“‘US «> *------ulu
party the populist, have had their ISay8thereare hundreds of the^e frozen through and through. This
dav. It cannot be denied butlaa*^ ^ '^iH get them sooner or ^ the food affection that young
that the populist party did good'loter’ pkis accounts for us not folks have to bear. They think it
W, rk during its existence an<Uhat ,!<lrawing a cIaim- *®,ove undyingand angels is every
it ha* helped to shape the polcies The co.intrv is evidently face to | f?/. ^ hachelor “J® |s
of the democratic party during the; face with a dreadful calamity Our i * the oI'1 maids.fiay u 18
past four years, but it is a thing growers of fruit, sbugar, tobacco, | uTlu mam"ia sa.ysit 'sa™ShiY
of the past as an organization, etc., are to be ruined by the free | ^ the >oun^ters know lts n>ce.
No true populist can foraa instant I trade now established with l'orto X «.
think of going into the republican I Kico. At least, they told „s so! Capt. Morris is inlhe luckv
party the party of greed and some two years ago, and of course column and will give his former
they told the truth. Of cour-e friends instructions in dress parade
they did! just to keep in practice.
HUTCHINSON DRUG COMP’Y,
Drugs. Paints, Oils and Brushes,
A complete line of Varnishes. Our Stationery, Perfumes,
Soaps, Toilet Articles and Sundries are exquisite.
We solicit your patronage. No extra charge for courtesy
and satisfaction. That goes with evey transaction.
James Hutchinson, Prop.,
OPPOSITE LAND OFFICE. - WEST SIDE SQUARE.
H. L. Boyes, President.
L. D. Treeinan, Cashier
Farmers and Merchants Bank,
(Oldest established Bank in the Cherokee Strip.)
Correspondence Solicited. : Loans made 01 Iaproyed Farms
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Whorton, Lon. Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 8, 1901, newspaper, August 8, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1078608/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.