The Perkins Journal. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1901 Page: 4 of 6
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Proideiit (i.iilii-Uil mice raid.
Vuti i'nii nut prevent ilentli h\
ii.»itt>-i:ialimi i.im inure limn toll
cun prevent (halli by lightning
Till* tir.-t i**iie uf ill • l\td<»*o »
local < lirixtinii |iiil*li»lic<l iii Per
l*ihi In t . A. St rick land i- oil our
desk 11 lit* keep* t lie pap r lip .u
the present -tnmhiid it desert c.-
tlie Mipjiort of the churches it mi
ably reprexentN. Air. Strieklnn«i
will travel two weeks out of each
mouth in the interest of his pa-
per. We wish him succe-s in hi--
Hoys amt girls would do well to
study the word - of l*.\ President
f'lovi land in hi* Irihute to I’re.
sident McKinley, he said.•• He
was never ashamed to follow
through life the teaching.* "of Ids
mother. The lessons taught hy our
mothers are worth making the1 j wj|(
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pro I (•.'si-
foundation for a whole life’s net-
Are We Ready for Statehood-
The time has come when Okla-
homa is entitled to statehood. The
fact that it adjoins the Indian Ter-
ritory and consequently ought to
postpone action until the Indian
Territory can he admitted as a
separate state or as a part of (>kla-
hmna can not he argued against
statehood for Oklahoma. The loea
tion of Oklahoma in one or linest
sections of country in the I’nited
State*; Tin- great agricultural and
commercin'! development; incident
to the building of her different
railroads; The necessary ex pend i
tures for her internal improvemcn-
ment. all demand from the next
congress admission for Oklahoma
as a state. Why defer statehood
longert Her natural resources are
such as to place her among the
hcsl states in the union. Her pop
illation according to the last cen-
sus was larger than seven different
states uf the union. Delaware, Ver-
mont, Idaho, Montana. North Da-
kota, l tali and Wyoming each
smaller in population than Okla
no less s
do not I
s u Milieu
son is gi
is credited widi hting. In the new;
country, which because of its won- Jf
derlul stride, is sensational, he wfli
he at home, and if Me does not
work f >,• liD p > >p o a i 1 !iD town
Women and Children.
horn a ; tli at i*. were sm illcr in 1 Dv)D- i;in 1 com n unity, it will i>c the first
At that time tile population of. he kus faihd. deny is i»r a-
Oklahoma was dJS.ddl. At this} hove the ordinary man in brain
time her population will exceed j learning. 1 iiose who tackled
-Io'',000, thereby making her pop him in I migre-s fo’in-1 that o it to
illation larger than that of New !heir great astonishment, and in
Hampshire. South Dakota. Klmdc ' 1 l“’ instances to their sorrow
Island, Oregon. Dola- News.
So we are safe in cluminiug for
in r a larger population than is even Of th • Vice Presidents of the
claimed for any of the eleven state-; I'nited St it, - wli . haw sweco led
ah iv j m > ,ti riel. V -i.le fro n the- • to the presidency through rhedeath
rei- >:i. ii _*r p >;» liati »;i i-composed of lie* President. Ti tar -ervod three
of intelligent progressive ami ea- years a:i t eleven month-; Fillmore,
ergetie people. Hundred- of enter- two years, se\ on m e»!li- i-i I tvoti
pii-es which would a M uiiter tally ty six day.*; Johnson, three years
t » tie* grjjrtli an I devclopii *nt of ten month* an I : v ify ' »ys; Vrth-
I he country are kept out Ueeailcc ur, I it nee years, ti»c ami tmcLdf
we hate not yet the rights of a m *nth*. IIkmi w!? * E i- three
Hanrijp stale. \mr*. ti»e m aitli-v»*: twenty •Ity*.
to water but you
; make him drink.
You can't make him
Will attend calls at ail times, da\ o
^ : (lain in health. (lain in wealth
■ Gain in the estimation ol your fellow
\ Oil can stuff fcxxl in* man. It can be done by using ••l‘rid<
to a thin man’s stomach but (,f ,’orry-
that doesn’t make him use it. wanted several deiisoNs
Scott’s Emulsion can make of character and good r i-utatioo ii
him use it. Mow? By mak-^:c,,stille ^n.iseounty .ovd
j to represent and ami:- o;.J ustan
in;,' him hungry, of course, lislied wealthy bu-iui -s house i f s io
Scott's Emulsion makes a thin tlnaneial standing. Salary '1* w ek!
, , , t-, i . witli expend s.-ui.illi aal a!! i • abb
body hungry all over. Fh. night lllt.ash ;i,, - ,
thin btxly was naturally hun- bead oibee-. H< ise and «
■ rr didn’t you ? Well it isn’t. Hirn sb -d. wben n-.-e -.o i: :
• • . ' , . , Kudus • seif-ad-ln -sod .* i :--d o’;-.,I
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MUCH LIKE 1(1 (i
r • .
I.owrey’s Cob Shaw
vo t hing—gone
on a strike. Oiic i.-*.
It (Ux'-n't try to use it’s f(*»d,
Sa tt’s I mulsion n.ikts it
ttj> -puts ii t<» work
(biSaturdai «.et lr‘. at 2 j-. in. at
the race track in lYrkiii:-. i will
i w a i -i |,. hi ■ 0 ;s f- r ! Ii • h ,-i mide and
;u i-i- eoh.- ,-irtd Ii. ai\ ,-ti; | pu«-
fer to have to have ttie cults baiter
oh- if; --iii | v\i ! hi'.i- liners
•« gs i . i la. a'.so, for
aged mult s. R« p , i fa |y.
J< ii.v It. Lowkkv.
making new tlesh,
uav to get fat.
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Hickam, John P. The Perkins Journal. (Perkins, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1901, newspaper, October 4, 1901; Perkins, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1138434/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.