The Territorial Topic. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1895 Page: 2 of 8
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'IN THE NEW COUNTRY
There la a premium on the crisp and
concise In these driys of too much read-
There are many advertisers who be-
lieve that an ad la known by the com-
pany It keeps.
Keeping track of the weather In this
part of the country just now is enough
to make anybody sick.
The Central American republics pro-
pose to have at least one more good war
all around as a preliminary to forming
a peaceful federation.
George Washington may have been a
great and good man, but it must be re-
membered that he was the first to make
the Hessian fly in this country.
According to the latest reports paper
hosiery Is supplanting woven goodB, ar-
tificial cloth 13 made of wood pulp and
wooden matches are made of leather.
BRIEF BITS OF GENERAL NEWS
FROM THE TERRITORIES.
Oklahoma and the Indliin Tori Itorv
with Their Iludeetof (Joncrnl rend
Locul Lore Itemized t°«* 1,10 Con-
venience oftlio General Header
The trolley dirge, which has just
band breaks out in the wildest, most
time, is like an ordinary dirge except
that the clang of the trolley car bell 1
a part of it, and at one poir.t the whole
band breaks out in the wildest, most
blood-curdling shriek, which suggo-ts
deadly wheels cutting people to pieces.
As 108 persons have been killed and 500
maimed by the Brooklyn trolley, this
1b not inappropriate music.
American school children have Just
as much spirit now as they had in the
eld days, when they waited on the
British general in Boston to protest
against the petty annoyances from his
toldlers. The fakirs who tried to cheat
tOO school children in New York with
1| show that did not come up to the ad-
vertisement came to this conclusion
when they had to take refuge in the cel-
Ur and call for police protection.
Hungarian papers are Responsible
<01 thl statement that a woman In
Zemplin was married for the twelfth
time the other day. ^'he woman is but 40
years old, and last winter lost h r elev-
enth husband, with whom she had
made a trip around the world. She will
celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary
of ber first wedding next fall at the
.side of her twelfth partner in life; so
■h« hopes, at least, as she significantly
' W. T. Harris, United States commis-
sioner of education, in a recent address
said that the bureau of education had
been inquiring of manufacturers
throughout the country what offect the
common schools had on wages of em-
ployes. The replies showed that the
common school course added an aver-
age of 25 per cent to the wages of com-
mon labor, that is, simply productive
laborers who were nOt employed in
overseeing. The high school course add-
ed about 25 per cent more.
It is a wise merchant who learns
from the ad-smith to have his adver-
tising in type, days, if not weeks, ahead
of the time ha intends to use it. All
large city firms, especially in furniture,
clothing and jewelry lines, have their
ads written, set up, and in proof from
a week to six months ahead. Thus the
clothing house is ready with a mack-
intosh ad on rainy days and an ulster
ad on blizzard days. This affords op-
portunity to revise and correct to a
point of perfection impossible in elev-
There arc tbr 0 Hotfjry crcelis in
Oklahoma City lias issued an ordi-
nance against the Salvation Army.
There are 700 acres of ^rain under
cultivation at the Chilocco schools.
The heaviest rains in th- hislory of
Beaver county fell there last week.
Tlicro are still some parts of Okla-
homa which need a good soaking rain.
The Kansas City Journal locates the
gold fields between Enid anil Guthrie.
The steeple of the nev.' Presbyterian
church at. l'onca City has been raised.
Emmett Ilalton is foreman of the
tailor shop ir, the Kansas penitentiary.
John Patton is preparing to irrigate
his farm, north of Guthrie, on a large
William Wheelor and Miss Thurs-
day Carter of Oklahoma City, have
Among come of the older Indians in
territory strings of scalps are still pre-
In equalizing the assessment the
county commissioners raised Enid 10
I). A. Harvey has been elected pres-
ident of the Uimctallic club at Okla-
Tho people from Barber county,
Kansas, held a reunion i\t Woodward
Two El Reno saloon keepers have
been arrested for keeping taeir places
open ou Sunday.
Crocker s Nicaragua colony may
chanjje its mind and break for the
Perhaps the deputy marshals can
find the Wyatt gang over in the Wash-
ita country digging for gold.
Treasurer M. L. Turner has pur-
chased 823,000 worth of Oklahoma
City school bonds at 07 cents.
A man at Oklahoma City has been
made to give a 83,000 bond on tue
charge of stealing a $50 horse.
•:It is said that immediately uftei
Congress assemb'es Dennis Flynn will
introduce a bill for statehood.
Commissioner Vasey of Canadian
oouniy has been arrested on the
charge o' allowing illegal bills.
Articles of impeachment have been
brought against the chief treasurer
and auditor of tho Creek nation.
Professor Ilallech's wife has sued in
tho Chicago courts for a divorce, i he>
had not lived together for years.
The Choctaw injunction appeal was
dismissed by tho supreme court be-
cause it was improperly brought.
Before that last rain farmers all
over Oklahoma had taken time by the
forelock and built ponds to catch the
Enid is selling buffalo
lie should ship them to
Tlicy bring inimonse
Policeman John Matthews of Guth
ric, was tried tho other day for felon-
iously attacking a colored woman.
W. T. Berry has been appointed
postmaster a* McDcrmott, Creek na
lion, vice L. H. McOeriuott, dead.
The principal bondsman of Mrs. Tin
Hare of Stillwater, is her husband,
father of tho woman whom Mrs. La
Asa Coleman, of Oklahoma City, is
on trial for selling a claim tor 81,600
and claiming it was free from con-
A woman in Oklahoma has been
granted a dlvorcc because her hus-
band insisted on naming the baby
Thomas Waldeclc of the Kickapoo
country was on the streets of Okla-
homa Monday trying to sell four
young gray wolves.
I)-. T. S. Galbraitli, who is to man-
age tho insane asylum tit Norman, has
arrived from Indiana, which has been
James V. Walker, United States at-
torney for the Central district of In-
n. _ .. . : 1
FARM AND GARDEN.
horticulturist of the station, says that At the coast. _ Qwa ,ife>
these facts show the value of bees | daughter at the risk o y
' irom a watery grave, young man. M
I infer from this that you have the
means to establish a household of
your own?"—1'licgcnde Blatter.
Ginger Tonic home with
have saved my
dian territory, has resigned his posi-
tion because Congress failed to make
an appropriation to provide for Ills Sal-
ary. Tho nc:t C ongress will doubt-
less make the necessary api ropriation,
but Mr. Walker says he cannot afford
to wait for his pay until the next ap-
propriation bill becomes a law, and
has, therefore, tendered his resigna-
Major Woolsey has instructions to
lease the allotments of the Ponca In-
dian rescrvat ions. These allotments
are in 80 to 100 acre tracts and will be
leased to actual farmers at 25 to 50
cen.s an aero a year for a period of
five years with the privilege of renew-
ing the lease indefinitely. These al-
lo'men's constitute as fine a body of
agricultural lands as is to be found
between the Missis'-ippi river and the
Rocky mountains. There are over 400
allotments to be leased, which will
support that many families.
The War department has taken steps
to use the approorition of 815,000 made
by last session of congress for putting
the band of Apache prisoners at the
Fort Sill reservation to work upon the
adjoining farm lands. The reports in-
dicate ihat these prisoner Indians
numbering 213, lead quiet and peace-
ful lives nd shn .v little of their old
warlike spirit. Geronimo, their old
chief is quiet and peaceful and seldom
heard from. General Merritt o£ the
Department of Missouri, will see to the
purchase of S>10,000 worth of cattle at
Fort Sill next Sat,;.-day. Those cattle
are to be used in sto -king and work-
ing the lands about Fort Sill.
Row. U Bonsor, of Clay, Ok., is out
soliciting aid for tho people of the cen-
tral part of Eastern Woods county.
Ho has credentials from the county
commissioners of Woods county, also
the following statement: "Alva, O'c.,
June 4, ISO."). We, the county com-
missioners of Woods county, hereby
certify to all who may see thir state-
ment, that these people have made a
bravo struggle for their homes and
families, and at this crisis a little as-
sistance will enable them to remain
and hold their homo teads, as tho
prospects for corn and forage erops are
now good. The county and neighbor
MATTERS Oh INTEREST TO
Ho me|r p-1 o-1> t o Hints About Cultiva-
tion of the Soil and Yield! Thereof—
Horticulture, Viticulture and Flori-
know the amount
of actual fertility
in their land. The
writer must confess
to having been
a few years ago to
this fact, when Sir
J. B. Lawes assert-
ed that a very poor
field on his farm, on
which corn (wheat,
oats, or barley, they 110
maize in England) could not be in-
duced to grow six inches high without
very liberal fertilizing, doubtless con-
tained not less than 2,000 pounds of nit-
rogen on each acre of it. But a little
study and consideration confirmed this
statement, and later experience proved
it. The trouble was that the nitrogen
was inert and unavailable, locked up in
insoluble form, so that the roots of the
plants could not make use of it.
to the horticulturist, and that uo fruit
grower should be without them.
Good Seed Corn—The first and most
important thing in seed corn is to have
a variety suitable to your soil, climate
and use to be made of the crop. If you
have a variety that suits your uses and
have raised it long enough to get it
acclimated, stick to it and improve by
selection. If not, get seed from a neigh-
bor that has what you want and then
improve. Having the variety selected
suitable to the use it is intended, the
improvement is next. First is the lall
selection .which is easiest and best done
at the early fall husking, either when
husking or unloading in the crib. At
this time there is ample opportunity
for comparison, and only the best, larg-
est most perfect ears need be taken.
These should be stored in a dry, airy
place where frost, mice, rats or thieves
may not break through and steal away.
Always secure more than twice as
much as you will need for the intended
spring crop—Dewitt, in Indiana Far-
Crops That It Will Pay to Raise. -
First, everything that your family and.
your stock will consume. Second, for
money crops, potatoes, tobacco, truck,
small and large fruits, and lastly the
staples in this order—corn, oats, wheat
and cotton. Third, for meats poultry
will yield better returns than any other
stock, mutton next, pork and beef, but
Take P rkc
"NowrchoHes< let us make a list of
•our debts." "One moment dear un-
cle, till I have filled up your mk-
Pnln In not conducive t
especially when ocnwiom d i y ' co
will please >ou. for it removes tn< i
It was the same with the other ele- "continue to be the most
ments of plant food, mere elements of \ the daiiy wiu conunueu^u, ^ fn1w
it, and not the food itself, and as
unavailable as so much earth, which
contains elements of the food of plants,
Is for the support of animals. Food
must be digestible or it is as useless for
the nutriment of an animal cr a plant
as mere air or solid rock will be. 1 hus
much profitable business for those to follow
who are already successful in it. \\ e are
convinced that our first suggestion is
best—that it is easier to raise our food
Uian to buy it. A dollar can be thus
saved more easily than it can be
earned.—Farm and Fowl.
MALE AND FEMA! S BARK SCALES.
Lady (engaging a nurse)—Have you
any experience with children?*
Irishwoman—Oh. yis, mum Oi used
to be a child meself wanst
Tho wife—One half of the world
doesn't know how the other half lives.
The husband—Well, it isn't .he fault
of our sewing society, anyway.
Death Kate from Small-Fox.
In the small-pox epidemic of 1S81, in
England, the returns showed 4.47S
deaths per million Inhabitants—08 vac-
cinated to 4,380 unvaccfnated, or fn the
proportion of 44 to 1. In the epidemic
at Lelpsic in 1871, the death rate was
12 700 per million, 70 per cent of whom
were unvacelnated. These figures are
by Dr Mulhall. In Boston the propor-
tion was 15 to 50, and in Philadelphia,
17 to 64.
Men old at thirty. Chew ami smolte, eat little,
drink, or want to, all the time. Nerves tinKte,
never satisfied, nothing's beautiful, happiness
gene, tot ccu-i,aturateU system tells tbe
story There a an easy way out. No lotlac
will kill tlie nerve-craving eflects for tobacco
ami make you strong, vigorous, anil manly.
Sold and guaranteed to euro by Druggists ev-
erywhere. Hook, titled "Don I robacoO Si^t or
Smoke Your Life Away." free. Address bter-
ling Keuiedy Co., New York City or Chicago.
Theex-Empress Eugenie was in Pa-
ris not long since on her return to
Farnborough. She drove through the
Tuileries Gardens, but no one recog-
nized the pale-faced lady dressed in
mourning as she drove by the site of
what was once the royal abode where
she entertained nearly every sovereign
For Whooping Cough, Fiso's Cure is a.
successful remedy.- -51. 1'. Dikteb, 67
Throop Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov, 14, 91.
Old daguerreotypes are the latest
antique to come to the fore. They are
framed in dull colored velvet or in sil-
ver or pewter, and their soft beauty is
In connection withmthiSBaarUclO( we WholertSfoMhe pest
attacking our proved unavailing.
Spraying did no
The large one is the female, go^ and
show a m
variety that is
peaches. The 1_„.
She has neitherwingsnorlogsinrart took up the matter. It
no means of locomotion, iter ej e g reasoned that there must be some
is wanting. She cannot move from the waS' ^Bone^tnj^ ^ ^
place where she is. There is no_neice P scales down, or else it would
city for her to 80BeAr°?h° bark t0 proVe as destructive there as in this
she sucks the juices of the bark Pnnrltrv Accol.dingiy investigations
How is Yor.Blood?
If it is poor and thin and lacking in the
number and quality of those red corpus-
cles, you are in danger of sickness from
disease germs and the enervating effect
of warm weather. Purify your blood with
The great blood purifier which has
proved its merit by a record of cures un-
equalled in medical history. With pure,
rich blood you will be well and strong.
Do not neglect this important matter,
but take Hood's Sarsaparilla now.
.. ,i n'll„ are tasteless, mild, cjfcc-
HOOU 9 I MlS tive. All druggists. 25c.
According to the St. Paul Dispatch
another effort is now being made to se-
cure the pardon of tho Younger broth-
ers. These men invaded the state of
Minnesota with a gang of bandits on a
mission of robbery and murder. They
accomplished a murder at Northfleld,
but failed to carry off any booty. They
deserved ranging for the murder of
the bank cashier. Their good conduct
In prison is no atonement for that
crime. Exact justice and good example
require that they serve out tho term of
their imprisonment. No governor can
pardon them without subjecting him-
self to severe and deserved criticism.
A good deal of interest was excited
among lawyers, doctors and druggists
not long ago by a lawsuit in England
to restrain en apothecary from selling
a compound bearing one of tho best
known names of "Food for Infants,'
■with a notice printed on the wrapper
to the effect that somebody else's food
for Infants was better. The justice de-
clined to grant any injunction, and dis-
missed the suit on the ground that the
defendant had not committed any
•wrong in using the plaintiff's wrappers
as a vehicle for praising his own or
other wares so long as the addition to
the wrapper contained no direct dis-
paragement of the compound which the
plaintiff manufactured. The case was
taken to the court of appeal, in which a
decision has now been rendered re-
versing the action and ordering a new
Joseph Cook, of Boston, has arranged
to spend two years in sight-seeing in
Europe and Asia. How the city will | Chundler,
get along without him Is one of those
things which Boston does not like to
refuse to deliver to his successor in of-
fice ail records, books and papers be-
longing to his otlice, the penalty being
a fine of not less than Sl'00 or more
than 8500, or imprisonment in tho
county jail for u period of six months.
In the dilemma in vhie.h many of the
I districts are placed by the ordfc of tho
county and territorial superintend-
J cuts, this n.ay work a hardship on
j some who honestly believe they are
the acting o.Ueinls. A* it now* stands
the highest authority governing
school pflieers lias directed that tho
treasurer should tli s year be elected
"If you don't take that oil painting
to-day, mum, as $G, I shall raise tho
price next week to $8," said the man
•who had a collection of alleged works of
art for sale. "Why will you raise the
price?" "Well, mum, that picture can't
be reproduced for the price I'm ask-
ing, since oil has got to be so dear."
A man at
A~dlspatcinrom Oklahoma City says
that about 75 of the track layers on
the Choctaw road laid down their
tools and went out on a strike Satur-
day night, claiming that #1.50 per day
is not, enough for such heavy work
especially when they are com; ellcd to
pay 84 per week for board. The want
81.75 per day. This will cause but lit-
tle delay as there are f o many men out
of work that it will take but a short
time to Biipply their p'aces.
From the Wieliita Eagle, Saturdays
East evonlng Captain llolcomb of the
bridgo and building department of the
Santa Fc vras busy as a nailer loading
cars with bridge timbers for Okla-
homa. He was informed by telegraph
that the Canadian river had raised
seven feet and was still raising at the
role of five inches per hour. Trouble
was expected at. the railroad biidge
at Canadian City and lu-nee the pre-
cautionary measures of Captain Hoi-
comb. The Canadian river causes the
railroads more trouble than any othei ^
river in the West At noon it might.
be as dry as powder and before l
o'clock It) foot of water might be in it
extending a mile in width. I he melt-
ing of the mountain snow causes a
rise every year and It comes do--n the
river like a large ocean wave bringing
Hundreds of tons of debris with it. It
is still worse after a rain in tho Pan-
handle and northwest, of there, lhe
rain slides off the prairie like it would
oft a duck's back and pours into the
Canadian. Then again the quick-
sands shift around so that during a
flood a bridge wriggles like a snake
and is not in ov>c position a second at
a time. It moves with the sand anil
if It is not weighted down with cars
of coal or lock it is pretty apt to get
away altogether. Tho big bridge of
tho Santa Fe at Canadian City must
be watched closely every June, nnd
on one or two occasions part of it was | who had traveled so
swept away altogether.
John Mitchell, a freighter from
reported at Guthrie that
three white men called at the bom"
of a colored an nnnietl Watson near
]ov ..vllle, Tuesday, and called Wat-
son's 10 year old boy out and shot
him. The fucd grew out of school
matters. Mitchell could not give par-
ticulars .: • to who did the shooting.
which she clings.
The smaller cut shows a male. Both
cuts are greatly enlarged. The male
has wings, legs and eyes.
At tho last meeting of the Illinois
Horticultural society, Prof. W. G. John-
hood have done all that is possible for j "t*he* UniversYty of Illinois spoke
their relief. (Signed) County Com- | ^ tkese insects. He said that the bark
Section 5,005 of the statutes makoa
it a misdemeanor for
trict clerk or treasur
louse was one of the most important
country. . , -
were begun and served in bringing
to light the fact that the Australian
lady bug was the enemy that kept down
the louse in that country. A consign-
ment of these lady bugs was thus se-
cured and turned loose among the in-
fected orchards. The attack was spirit-
ed and resulted in soon ridding the or-
chards of the scales. Now a few lady
of all the enemies of the borUctilnir- specIeB are kept in this
Their minute size and the difh- Dugs oi
r any school dis- j ^ destroying them make them
irer to neglect or more formidable pests. Little work
has as yet been done on them. Our
I present knowledge of this group is
1 largely due to Prof. Comstock of Cor-
! nell university. At the present time,
I said Prof. Johnson, we have in North
America about 125 species of bark lice,
I about one-half of which have been in-
' troduced from foreign countries. To
I show what damage these insects can
do I need only relate the story of the
cottony scale, which nearly drove hor-
ticulture from California. This scale
1 is a native of Australia and was in-
! troduced at first by accident into Cali-
fornia. Its ravages in Australia were
not comparatively great and therefore
little had been heard of it previous to
l'rlco 50 Cent>
Halm into each nostril
for the full term, and they must be ; "^ing to work of destruction ions of hot water When tne s
n until held Is Among the orange all dissolved, add 35 to 40 gallon
„ ,>vcrned by iliis decision
differently by higher authority. *
Special to tho Wichita Eagle from J
F,1 Reno, June IS. says: Agent Wood- ;
Rnn ve.stordav performed a wedding
of wafer and 5 gallons of kerosene
plied with astonishing rapidity, and
covered the orchards far and near.
countrv. This is done with difficulty,
as it will eat nothing but the cottony
scale. The American lady bugs do not
feed on this scale and are therefore
of no use in keeping it in check.
The scale insects are divided into two
classes, oyster bark lice, and scurvy
bark lice. Most of these prefer the ap-
ple tree. The eggs of the oyster bark
beetle are white, while those of the
scurvy bark louse are red. The oystar
bark louse is more common in Northern
Illinois than in southern Illinois
and the reverse is true of the
scurvy bark louse. About the only
remedy that has yet proved effective
is kerosene emulsion made very strong.
This can be made by taking 5 pounds
of whale oil soap dissolved in live gal-
When the soap is
ply with a brush by hand or with a
nary BI.OOD i'OISON permanently
cured In 15 to 35 days, you enn bo treated at
home tor Biime price under tame ffuiiran-
tv. ifyu prefer to eome hero wuwnleon-
tract to p:i>" railroad fnrenndtiotel bllls.and
roctaree. It we fall'to cure. If you have talien mer-
cury.inlllde potash, and Mill havo aches and
Dninn M ucoua Vat dies In mouth. Sore Throat,
Kilos, Copper Colored Spots, I leers on
any part of thebody, Hair or ®y°b(t?,w?>S,IlSo8
out. It Is this Secondary BLOOO 1 OlSON
we guarantee to cure. Woflollcltthomo.tobstl-
nate earn and tlnillcnco the world for a
case we cannot euro. Thlsdbease has a ways
battled the skill of themost eminent physi-
cians* 0500,000 capital behind our uncondl.
tlonalguaranty. Al.so(utel>roofsscnt eaR.don
application. Address COOK REMEDY to,
S07 Maaouio Temple, CHICAGO, ILL.
Cut out and tend this advertiHnineut.
GEUDA SPRINGS. KANSAS.
ccvcinonv for an Indian couple.
groom was a stately buck whose 70
years had failed to qncnch the fires of
love, and the bride war. a winsome
creature of 60 summers, whose hus-
band had discarded her for the reason
that lie had more wives than the
white man's law allowed him. Agent
Woodson explained to them that if he
marrind them it would be for life and | yield a crop.
the soil may contain a vast quantity
of the elements—the raw material—of
"Horse Sense."—A striking instance
of animal instinct or "horse sense," is
revealed by the actions of an old horse
food for crops, and be as fertile as , yY,enry Root| a prosperous far
soil, and yet it may be wholly unable to One day, ^°0^ngpSd tlTe^loose
■«, | SSse i awa-rssrstssa
to which they hot;, heartily Ugrcedj "•de^rU^''X^rflowing plant the beneficial eBects were_ noUeeabto.
Accordingly, the woman piomised to ^ made available by irriga-
love, honor and support the man, who I 100,1
ndowed her with a half in
It ha- been suggested to tho com-
l'lssioiiers of Canadian county that
licv give the formers work on the
in return c
tercst in bis entire earthly posses-
sions. Agent Woodson says that then-
Is the usual amount of marrying and
giving in marriage among the youug j
Indians, but this is the tirst time he
has been called upou to unite a eouplc
far down the
journey of life
The dreaded d.scaso, measles, is
said to bo raging in tlie United Statci
jail at Muskogee, 10 cases having de-
veloped in the last few days. Stops
arc being tuken to prevent the spread-
ing of tho disease to the towu.
Jorry Williams, of Wagoner, I. T.,
lias been arrested and bound over
without bail, charged with assaulting
bis 13-v ear-old daughter. Deputy
Marshai Lamb arrested Williams on a
warrant sworn out by the girl and her
stepmother, who have refrained from
tion the soil yields enormous crops.—
Colman's Rural World.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
A Popular Resort for Health and
RATES $5.00 TO S7.00.
| EVUSS'm % LYE
§ POWDSJED 4KB rSSJSHXD
The ttrorwrst and purest I,ye
<1 made. Uniiko other Lye, it being
An tine powder and packed In ft can
mwitli removable lid, the contents
are always r--a«ly for Will
make the best perfumed Hard Soap
In 20 minutes withput boiling. 11 is
the bent for cleansing waste pipes,
dinloiectiiiK sinks, closets, washing
bottles, paints, trees, etc.
PENNA. SALT M'F'G CO.
Gen. Agents., Phlla.. Fa.
public highway and pay theiu in soed j leujng. the story through fear of tho
lyheat. 1 brutal father,
and ever since the rheumatic horse has
taken his daily dose of mild to the ex-
tent of nearly a half peck per day. He
is almost entirely cured.—Philadelphia
Importance <•( flee. In 1h<- Orchard. Inquirer.
In a nerles of experiments at the Ore- „ , ,
eon United States experiment station, | An Imitation Product. No indie
in the pollenation of tho peach, the | ment again.-;-, oleomarr/irine is strong-
trees were forced under glass to bloom er than the statement that it Is an lml
n November A colony of bees was taUon product. That imifii ion in and
Disced in the house when the trees | „[ itself implies deceit and misrepre-
I commenced to bloom. A heavy fog pre- j SOntation, and oleomargarine is usu-
! vailed for 15 days, and although the ] aiiy sold fraudulently ^hen there
flowers were constantly opening, not a |S no restrictive legislation or when the
bee showed Itself. During the night of appearance of'the buyerj"
the 15th the fog lifted, and the next able that the fraud will nov. be detecteu.
morning'was bright and claar, causing j —New England Farmer.
tho pollen to burst. Then the bees came
from tho hive and kept up their w or • Germany.—The price of
for eight or nine.day* The resu t was mifrkcta haP8 bPen
that not a single peach was observed ocei in t|u,t
to drop at the s on ng; season So great ® haa belen ahout 7, with
was the amount of fruit on the trees or noise q[ ]ate attestlnK lts
at the stoning period. Mx. Cfrorge Coote, | or $50, and is still booming.
Clttnim and besatiflci tho hslr.
Promotes luxuriant growth.
Mover Fai'.a to nestore Gray
Hair to ito Youthful Color.
Curt! ffulp tlineaies ft hair la.liug.
f/'i-.nndi|l M'at Drugid t
r-mifrated Iron, Standing Renrn
1«1 anil Felt Rooting, Metal
Inirlus, SN el imitation Brick
_ud Ktuno, Building Fapfrr,
Tit Kintal City tMal Mm? Corrne tiiig> fismpuj,
416 llelawftri) flt., Kftn"v City, Mo.
r- o (For ll R<- lnp Mfti-hlnei
NEEDLES. STANIlAHIl UOOOS Only
f- 1 II ITTI EC Tli. Ti-mloMiit.lill.-rt
SHUTTLES, js nl for wl.,1*• !. vrl<«
REPAIRS. u'itLoL"''.'tSU.'ui ,M.;:
wSfiliaOiudicatlugclatms. Uy since.
RES WHERE ALL ELSE rAIL
nasi < <>uj:n
in time. Sold by druggists.
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Brown, Quincey T. The Territorial Topic. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1895, newspaper, June 21, 1895; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116715/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.