The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, July 24, 1896 Page: 2 of 8
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THE PEOPLE'S VOICE.
OKLAHOMA A.MJ INDIAN TfcKKITORK
Blaine county has had good rains in
W'm. Lindsay drowned in (irnnde
river at Kt Gibson.
Most of the Indian corn is too hard
'or roasting ears.
Corn and cotton are king to a cer-
tain tj in Blaine county.
Cotton in Lincoln county is already
-hree and one-half feet high.
Mrs. Booton is Tisitine in Csnadian
bounty. Will she die that way?
It is said that Oklahoma county will
hare four million bushels of corn.
A tornado did much damage in wes-
tern Oklahoma county recently.
Alf ( aine shot and killed i>. Steele
t ear Woodrille. I. T Old quarrel.
Gold has afaio W« n discovered in
Cleveland county. This tfme in paying I and killed by unknown parties,
quantities. 1 ^ farmer near Blackwell has a field
5J. W. Hahn of Enid, gone crary and of splendid corn that is hard enough
Wheat in < sage county
to 25 bushel's per acre
Corner stone of M E. church laid at
Clear Creek. Garfield county.
fcimon Watson, a Choctaw, nay la id
attempted suicide three ti ice*. Now
Agent Freeman has issued orders
forbidding Osage* to go out*>it!e reser-
vation to trade.
A I'otawatomie county preacher is
kicking because of the poor quality of
race horse* and whisky used in that
The Logan county land office offi-
cials were rerr busr Monday, over
The highest price paid for cccn in
southern Oklahoma now is 15 cents a
John Harris, who lived near Ingalls,
looked into an empty gun and had a
a tig funeral.
Chailes Fulow and Frank Brock arc
j in jail at Beaver for burglarizing the
; store of Hodges.
Mrs. T. A. Pa vis. of ha vis. bitten bv
'-*6 final proofs having been completed pet squirrel, necessitating amputation
during the day. of hand and arm.
Ten car loads of watermelons have Cotton in southern Oklahoma is in
A1 Cook missing at Lela. Believed already been shipped from Oklahoma twice better condition thau it was at
to have been murdered and robbed. and in a few days daily car loads ship- thi* time last year.
Kay county s tax lew is nineteen me°ta will begin. Thirty-two deputy marshals arc
In all fairness to the deputy mar* after Bill Doolin and Dynamite Dick,
shalt it should be said that more men , That is about 1C to 1.
h ve been put iD jail in the territory ' J|on. Bill Doolin Is at larpe «g .n
t ian erer escaped. it is impossible to keep a good man
Nine-year-old son of James Sater. of down or a bad one.
Garfield county, fatally dragged and One Oklahoma paper speaks of
mills. Oklahoma county's is twelve.
A car load of cantelopes were ship-
ped out of Logan county Wednesday.
Watermellon* are getting ripe now
snd they are tine. Some will weigh
Miles Harvey arrested at Edmond tramped by horse, fracturing skull and certain orator at Chicago be ing *'th
charged with murdering Will Vincent breaking jaw bone.
at Lyons, Kan*.
An Oklahoma exchange says to W-e
I at Naglc should arm his ineu and a silver dollur and examine it to see If
po after Hill IVmlin. He will never von c-an fiu.l a tropical fruit, a beauti-
hear the la t of it unless he <lo«s. fu( flower and the outline of a baby
When Doolin took a buggy awav elephant on the face of the dollar. If
from a loving couple hs told them he some one will pay a years sulsscription
we will make the exaininaU and re-
port in our next issue.
A yap named Hood, of I>avis, mon
keyed with a stick of dynamite and
will be buried in installments.
would return it "some sweet day." we will make the exaininaU and re- The chances of statehood for Ok la
Tom Anderson has celebrated th P°rt in our next issue. homa have not brightened up a bit.
union of the I'nited States and Greer |>r. Alfred C. Carpenter, until re- Oklahoma will simply have to wait
county by breaking jail at Magnum. cently a professor in the New York Corn is booming in Dcounty since the
The Virgil school l oard have secured Medical school, has sued his wife Car- rain and will probably make the beat
Mr. Fast for teacher. School logins oline. for divorce in Noble county, on yield since the opening of the C.and A.
September 1st for a nine months'term, the ground of ^ross neglect of duty, country.
James Anderson Brvan. an Oklaho- e*treme cruelty and abandonment. If Bill Doolin is captured this time
ma county editor, is an «"owu cousin char*eR ll,al *he attempted to kill the Logan county officials will not
to William Jennings Brvan of Ne- ! him'vhile and then ran away turn out and throw themselves at his
braska. I to New Orleans with another man. feet as they did before.
So prosperous is Oklahoma, that a The recent rains in Oklahoma have; While playing with an old revolver
Kay county merchant makes a spec- j the corn crop skyward at a fear- the ''-year-old boy of Bill Carr, the
ialtv of pocket books, and advertises I "H* and insures a mammoth crop noted outlaw, shot himself through
thirty different kinds. j The corn will not be nubbins, half j stomach, dying in a short time.
Thetaxlevvof Noble county is 34 ♦'•ten by worms this year. The ears By the looks of the big patches oi
mills, which is higher than that of ■ will b® from ten to fourteen inches \ sweet potatoes in some sections of the
Kingfisher county, with HO mills. Ok- and thc "talks will be large enough to country one would think that the peo-
! Ik' worked into railroad ties for the H. P^e intended to feed the entire territory
•y clone of all eyes."
The Arapahoe Bee says that G county
has many acres of corn that will go
fifty bushels to the acre.
lahoma is lowest with 12 mills.
I < >. G. railroad.
EL G. Chad well, aged 50, at Durant.
outraged Sallie Anderson, an 8-year- Ever since the strip opened Bob
old child, and she has died from her and I). C. Smith have been run-
injuries. People will lynch the fiend. ; ning a contest on a Kay county claim.
Too bad they can't do it several times.
A man claiming to be Schlatter, the
divine healer, from Denver, rode into
Logan county Thursday on a bicycle
and is creating a sensation. He was
dressed in a trailing gown of black
and wore a curling beard and long
Dr. Stutson of Logan county has
been arrested charged with the mur-
der of Aaron lianey, a saloonkeeper of
Keokuk Falls, who was murdered and
robbed July 4. Stutson has accused
three different men of committing the
murder, and because of his activity in
the case suspicion was directed
Saturday morning. 20 miles west of
of here, Willie Walker, a young half-
breed, Choctaw, became enraged at
his aunt, Mrs. Susan Hart, another
half-breed, who is over fiO years old.
because she dunned him for 85 he had
borrowed from her, and knocked her
on the head with a rock. He then
on this excelleut tuber.
At Lela. Allen K. Cook, a lawyer and
farmer, was found murdered and
buried in a corn field. Dock Bennett
ami each side has waxed pretty warm ! A '' and Charles Hyatt
under the collar Tuesday Smith j have Uen arres«*'1 on a chaise of mur
dering Cook. Cook and Bennett were
served papers on Neil and the latter
grew very angry and wanted to fight,
j He pulled his coat and was going to
; wade in. While Neil was getting
j ready Smith made his escape*
i The Seminole nation council Is in
I session at Wewaka. the capital of the
nation, to hear Territory cases pending
; before it. It is the only civilized na-
tion on earth where the law-making
power is also the court. Regularly alj
offenses committed in that nation are
submitted to the full council of the na-
tion to be acted upon and justice is
meted out in the same manner that the
law s are passed. One of the cases now
pending is a charge of murder against
David Coker for killing a whisky ped-
dler some time ago.
I^ew Wismeyer has been ousted ns
trader at Gray Horse. Osage nation.
The order has been issued by Secre-
tary Smith. An effort is being made i
Dr. Stutsman is jailed in the Pota-
watomic county jail charged with the
murder of Aaron Jlaney. a saloonkeep-
er of Keokuk Falls, who was murdered
and robbed July 4. Stutsman was the
first person to announce the murder,
and he has been very active in the
search for the murderer, having ac
cused two or three different men.
The little boy of Ed Hight. who
lives in Logan county, reported a man
and a woman as passing by their place
Monday evening on foot The woman
was barefoot and their description
tallies with that of Counterfeiter M
Lain, who escaped from jail Sunday
night taking his wife with him.
Tom Anderson, the young desperado
who stole a horse and shot a deputy
sheriff in Greer county some weeks ago
escaped from the jail at Mangum iast
j u 4| . .... 1 Wednesday night. As the jailer
picked up a large iron pipe and beat | " « • reopened, tt ismeyer , fct ,n hig he ^ ^
her head in with it. causing instan, j "™ ler many years. He .s "I ^
death. The young murderer escaped. Ul-arged w.th l.av.ng accepted $10,000 ! ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
i tempted to enter the house and as-
1 sault a young lady and is still at large,
j Mrs. Joseph Frantz, a Polish woman
namite Dick and other desperadoes jomclals uv "aT ot CJaims "nable to "I™1' a word ot En?lisU
who escaped from the I'nited States |
just in from the plain reports a tight |
between the notorious Bill Doolin. I>v-
If caught he will be lvnched. ; from the other traders in the nation!
Harry Callahan a deputy marshal 1 for 1,a,;in,r secured P°>ment of a •30° -
000 claim. It is supposed that he paid
some of the fee to interior department
officials by way of getting claims
through. Colonel Duncan, special
sgent of the Indian office, made a re-
port against Wismeyer, and was joined
by Major Houston, of the Osage com-
jail recently, and a number of Depu-
ties who have been pursuing the out-
laws. One of the outlaws was shot
hut was carried away by the band and
two horses were killed. The outlaws
were heavily armed. The posse were
still in pursu't.
the end of a baseball game in
ti aver recently the umpire was giv-
en three cheers* In other parts of Ok-
lahoma he is usually given three brick-
bats and a basketful of eggs.
Two Oklahoma county boys were
running a race on their ponies when
they collided with Mr. and Mrs. Gault
riding in a buggy. Mr. Gault's legs
were nearly broken and Mrs. <iault
ftad her eye blackened.
The Santa Fe road has far ship-
ped ten car loads of watermelons most
of them going to St. Paul. Minneapo-
lis and Kansas City. An average of
two hundred baskets of cantelopes are
shipped daily to Colorado points. Or-
ders are received daily and the de-
mand is great for Oklahoma melons.
Ninety head of beef cattle stolen in
>ne night iu Seminole nation.
Oklahoma farmers will feed their
enormous crops of grain to hogt and
cattle. The profit will be in the feed-
ing of stock.
The Cleveland county fair as«ncia-
tian has decided to hold their fair
this year on September 30, October J.
2 and 3.
It is time for some new real friend
of humanity to discover gold in the
A telegram from Ardmore says:
From Nora McGill, sheriff, and Arch
McGee, the constable of Tishmingo
county, who were in the city today, a
gruesome story was learned Three
white men hanging by their necks to
a tree about a half mile west from
Reagan postofficeon Pennington creek.
Who they are no one in the neighbor-
hood seems to know.or for that matter
care. The fact alone remains that
they are there and have been hanging
there since last Thursday, when they
were first seen. The place is on the
line of the Denison and Northern rail-
road. but who the perpetrators were
or who the victims are is the merest
conjecture. An investigation by those
in authority will, of course, throw
some light on the matter. It is impos-
sible that such summary act* can re-
main hidden in the garden spot of the
Jake Campbell of Logan county i>
carrying the cane used by Bill Doolin.
Doolin made Martin Weel
also confined in the same
ent of the cane a few da;
escape. The cane is a co
stick entwined with a sib
resenting a serpent.
It ia developing that the good oi
law is in the same state as the go
< oklahoma is on the eve of a re.
ious revival. The papers are full
the doings of revivalists.
cs. who was
jail, a prey-
's before his
er band rt n-
has been taken in charge by the po-
lice matron at Kansas City. Through
an interpreter she made know n that
her husband took their five children
and deserted her in Kaunas City. He
came to Oklahoma, but because of her
being unablo to speak English she can-
not remember the name of the town.
He took considerable money but left
his wife penniless. The brute should
l e given a warm reception when he
reaches the Territory.
Schroder, the divine healer, has
turned up in Noble county, and the
people are going wild over him. Those
who have seen him report that he is
the very picture of a brunette Christ,
but he disclaims being such, but only
a divine healer. He speaks of himself
as the eastern and Schlatter the wes-
tern healer. He will not take a cent;
and ha*- already made some wonder-
ful cures. He held a crowd of over
one thousand people spell bound talk-
ing to them. Even the toughs and
rounders are said to respect him. He
ha- a most wonderful influence on all
who meet him.
Although Bill Doolin is out it is
marbles against monarchies that he
will not do any more killing unless lie
TOWNE FOR BRYAN.
Tb Minnesota Bolter Po'.bU oat the fleet
lo«r p for I'opaliiU
St. IxH'if. Mo , July 2Z.—Congress-
man Tom ne of Minnesota, one of the
bolting ailver Republicans, arrived
here to-dav. lit has been in Minne-
aota since the Chicago convention and
has addressed there large silver meet-
ing*. ' The silver movement in Minne-
sota, said he, "is growing by meWi
and bounds. Among the Republicans
I was amazed at the widespread de-
fection in favor of silver. The Re-
publicans and Populists whom 1 saw
were all enthusiastically for Brvan in
the belief that it was only by a uaion
of the *ilver forces that the battle for
the restoration of silver could be won
in this campaign,
' \ our name has been canvassed ex-
tensively in connection with the
presidential nomination by the Pop
ulists who want to place an indepen-
dent ticket ia the field.'1 was sug
• I appreciate very highlv the com-
pliment involved in the suggestion of
my name," replied Mr. Tow ne, "but
an independent nomination in my
opinion is impracticable. lirvan
shoutd be indorsed. I am for Bryan
Senators Pettigrew of South Dakota
and Jones of Nevada arr.ved here to-
TO •EDUCATE* VOTERS
Ton* of Campaign Lit era tare Will He
Handled by u Kepub!ie n Committee.
Washington, July 22— As one re-
sult of a conference between Chair-
man Babcock of the Republican
Congressional committee and Mark
Hanna and Major McKinley last week,
the Congressional committee, from
this time on, will perform more work
and in d fferent fields than has ever-
devolved upon any previous commit-
1 he number of campaign documents
thi t. will t • sent out between now
and next November by the congres-
sional committee will be in the mil
lions. From one State alone an order
has been received for 700,01,0 of these
documents, and tnere are a number of
orders for SOO.OOU The majority of
these documents will bear upon the
financial question. The congressional
committee will gut out the campaign
l>ook this year and it is now at work
REJECTED BY DEMOCRATS-
The Proposed Dropping of Mr. Pewall
I'oc'rlYHy lecllned by Sir. Jones,
St. Louis, Mo., July 21.—L'p to this
morniug Democratic National Chair-
man Jones had not been apprised of
the proposed compromise of the Popu-
lists looking to the indorsement of
Bryan, the substitution of a new man
for Sewall for second place and the
substitution of part Populist electors
in the various state*,. It can. how-
ever, be stated authoritatively that no
such compromise would be entertained
by the Democratic committee, as that
committee, Mr. .Tones said, must be as
loyal to the Vice Presidential nominee
as to the Presidential candidate. It is
also known that Chairman Jones does
not regard a division of the electors as
possible or believe that the Democrats
could consent to any such division.
After 1'ayne aod H^nna.
Chicago, July 1'.-. — Immediate steps
to carry out the plan of attack on
Henry C. Payne, manager of McKin-
ley's Western campaign, mapped out
by the Trade and Labor assembly,
will be taken by the grievance com-
mittee of the assembly, which held a
special meeting last night to consider
the matter. Mark Hanna also came
up for discussion, ami the subcommit-
that was appointed to go to Mil-
waukee and collect evidence against
Mr. Payne was instructs i to proceed
C leveland and other points to
gather testimony in regard to Mr.
Kodgers Hold Without Hall.
Ioi.a, Kan.. July Jacob Rod-
gers, charged with themurderof Misa
Delia Hutchinson and her infant child,
had his preliminary hearing before
Justice Perry at Humboldt yesterday.
It was thought Rodders had accom-
plices in the crime, but if he did the
evideuce so far fails to point toaov
particular person. The evidence
against liodgers is purely circumstan-
tial. At the conclusion of the testi-
mony. Justice Perry held him without
bail to await the next term of the
Murdered by Mutineer*.
Halifax, July —On the barken-
tine Herbert Fuller. Captain Nash,
from Boston, which arrived here this
morning, there was mutiny during
the trip. an«i the captain and his wife
and the second mate were kil.ed in
their berths with axes by the muti-
neers. All of the crew were taken off
the^vessel and locked up in the police
station here to await trial.
Four Thousand Workmen Made Happy.
*in>m k.., I'a., July 'J2.—Over 4.0'JO
! yof the National Roiling mill
at McKee«f>ort have been granted the
amulg:«mated schedule and all the
s of the company, it is expected,
1 soon be at work « n double time.
The - :;ie gives an increase on pud-
dliug from £4 to $4..'i0, with increase
to puddlcrs' helpers accordingly.
The Counte&a of Warwick has a val-
oable collection of Japanese spaniels,
the most eaj ensive kind of toy dpg-
One of them is valued at f.VOO. It is
like a King Charles, but smaller, and
black and white.
Travel vlth a Fnend
Who will protect yoa from tb . r memies nsu
sea. in<l.ffe t«>o. malaria tu.tl Ilia lirkBtS pro-
dac**d by rtckinjr on the r.ei. un<i sonetmifs
bv inland tisvelinv ov^r the roach Uti of 111
tsld rsilroada. Sn« h i. friend is Hosteller s
£U>ma<-h IhttPrs lice.-.ti mariners, yachtsmen.
Commercial un«i thestiicxil B|t*>nts and Uwr.sts
testify ft* tLe i r< trc t.Te toteocy of this tflecUve
safeffUMr-i. wdm'i ronqQ'rt also rhi-uu.at.siu
nerTOuobvas and h.l>ou M ••
1«.41 £05 he United Statea producec
67,103,030 bushels of wheat
The Canadian Government has in-
troduced an eight-hour system into all
officea and works that are under its
The Saxon village of Eialeben, fa-
mous as the birthplace of Luther, is
failing into decay as the result of con-
tinued earthquake shocks, which be-
gan in the 1792.
I never u>ed i-o quic k a CVN a« lHtO*fl
Cure for Consumption. J. R Palmer,
Box 1171, beattle. Wash., Nov. 25, 1810.
Princess Helene, the duchess of
Sparta's baby, ia Queen Victoria's
How to Grow 4U<- Wlieaf.
Salzer's Fall Seed Catalogue tells you.
It's worth thousands to the wideawake
farmer. Send 4-cent stamp for cata-
logue and free samples of grains and
grasses for fall sowing. John A. Salzer
Seed Co, LaCrosse, Wis.
The Carlton club, London, has about
4,000 members, and ia the richest in
A story of Colorado Gold.
The most unique and instructive
book yet published about the gold and
other features of Cripple Creek Dis-
trict has just 1 een issued by O. W.
Crawford, publisher. Masonic Temple,
Chicago. 111. Every page is illustrat-
ed with original pictures in three col-
ors, made for this work by Mr. E. S.
Rice, the sketch genius of the Kockies.
It is a complete exposition of Cripple
Creek Gold, telling where it is found,
how it is found, where it is milled, how
it is treated, how it is paid for; all
about mines, titles, camping in tke
mountains and Cripple Park s wonder-
ful Apollinaris Springs, which the In-
dians called Quleeka aud of which
they said, "If you drink the waters
si ways, you will live always." In
printing and illustration it is a work
ot high art. We are not surprised to
learn that the second edition is in
press, for it is a book from which the
oldest miner may get information and
•ntertainment a* well. Price. 50c.,
hut if you send live names and ad-
dresses of friends and 23c. , stamps or
tilver, to the publisher, it will be sent
Three steamers arrived at Juneau.
Alaska, during one week in April, car-
rying 404 passengers for the gold hills.
The sacred I o tree of Ceylon is *aid
to have sprung from a slip of the tree
under which Buddha was born.
The wool clip of Robert Taylor, ov
Casper, Wyo., for the present year it
.'*60,000 pounds, Mr. Taylor is believsd
to be the largest individual wool grow-
er in the United States.
The total length of the Manchester
ship canal is 3'>}4 miles. The average
width at water level is 172 feet, and
the minimum depth is feet.
It is said there arc only two words
in the English language that contain
all the vowi in their order. They
are "abstemious'' and "facetious."
The banana is the most prolific of
all the fruits of the earth, being forty-
four times more productive than pota-
toes, and 131 times more productive
The geatest potato eaters are the
people of Germany and Ue^gium.
Their consumption of this vegetable
averages 100 pounds per annum for
So heavy is the mass of silver com-
posing the Indian marriage present to
the duke and duchess of York that it
took four men to lift it into a convey-
Jerusalem is now competing with
Spain, Mexico and California for tha
orange trade of the world. The fruil
is grown in the district between Jeru-
salem and Jaffa.
Results prove Hood s Sarsapanlla the best
blood purifier, appetizer and nerve tonic. Id fact
la tha One True Blood Purifier. All drnrf,ista. fL
Hood's Pihs '-ure all IJver Ills. 23 eer.t*.
. Drink HIRES Root beer'
when you're hot; when
you're thinly ; when callcrs
come. At any and all times
drink HIRES Root beer.
A German ornithologist enumerates
twenty-three species of birds that have
recently become extinct, and twenty
others that are threatened with early
distinction. The destruction is due,
chiefly, to man. cats, rats and hogs.
A CHILD ENJOYS
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, snd
soothing effect of Syr ip of Figs, when
need of a laxative, and if the father
mother he costive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use; so thai t
is the hest family remedy known and ev-
ery family should have a bottle.
Attentb n of the reader is called to
the annoi n.* 'ment of Notre Dame uni-
versity in another column of this paper.
This Loted institution of learning en-
ters upon its fifty-third year with the
next session, commencing Sept.. 8. 189(5.
Parents and guardians contemplating
sending their boys and young men
v from home to school would do
well to write for particulars to the
University of Notre Dame. Indiana, be
fore making arrangements for their
education els'where. Nowhere in
this broad land are there to be found
better facilities for cultivating the
mind and heart than are offered at
Notre Dame University
France proposes to follow Italy's ex-
ample and tax the income from gov-
•or n ere
tive who went after tho
!'• < n gang of outlaws has returned
Logan county. He found —their
ttacks!—and left them where he found
The name of Pennington p< tofiioe
n < klahoma county has been chang*
«-<i to Sweeney. From Pennington to
swet ny! What is the pc-'.office de-
partment thinking of!
kdama. Mo,. July 22.—The He-
publicans of the Fifteenth senatorial
listrlct, comprising the counties of
Saline, Pettis. Hickory and Denton,
nominated W. D. Harryman of Hick-
o cour.ty, for senator bv acclama-
For Direct LejrUlat ion.
St. Louis, Mo., July —The Direct
Legislation league, which favors the
initiative and referandum system, will
be in session here during the progress
of the Populist anci silver conventions.
Its objects are to secure in ail future
platform>. municipal and local, at
well as state and national, the strong-
est possible direct legislation declara-
tion: the widest possible discussion of
oirect legislation; a union of reform
lorces. local or national, for the same
candidates, but without necessarily
giving up their separate organizations
or distinctive issues and i/.^tforms.
Over a million bushels of all kinds of
grain has been sent to South Africa
from this country during the past
A mill whistle at Fillmore, N. Y.,
blows the weatoer signals.
IT Ills Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price 75c.
Out Native Herb
There hM Seen ro Increase 1b (be price of the
above medicine W« s*aU tell to a., at tbc oid
IVrson* sending us 2.S names of bonest people,
who would make u« *ood agents or who are afflict-
ed *<Ui any disease, we will *'U1 free -The
UH«lilni(tuii «*#-kly J'osl" newspaper. I year
THEALONZO 0. BLISS CO.,
Central Wntcri Offl'*, -#
14I0--I4I2 Rail Street. Kansas City, la
Principal Offire, Uisliiiiftai. I . C,
THE UNIVERSITY CF NOTRE DAME.
■ In ClsMlea, U(
L« , o n,
I knflnftHng Tboraufh TreparmUry
Ituna* free to all at'iilrnts who
studies lequlrrd for Into
of the I'olleglati
K HesnMiral tt&le «ih ,«. rrtrlrp<j *t p rii l rates
"""d • «•". 'orboysut-der It yeaie is «:n..1Us In
■s . f 't equipment* Th* lOith T*r« lll
•tb. IS'jb f'atalnfn< nt *• on appll-
boasts 1,000,000 spin-
Cot'a Caagh Balaam
Is the oldest and best It will brrak up a cold quicker
than anything else. It la always rt liable. Try it.
Explosive manufacture employs 10,-
ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
ar. Johkimi, mo.
The course of instruction In this i
by the Keligious of the Sa.-mi
w h" rr.njre .-f aubJtcU necensary to constitute
ul renm-d . tin at., n. I'ropi |«>ty «.f deportment, per-
!7 ?l,d u" morality ar. rU
: -I"* attention. Kxtcn-ive grounds af
f'/rd the pupil a ere rv facility for uaeful bodily niei
ci>«; their health i* an ohje. t of constant aoltcitu<>
and in si. kn.^s they are attendtd ith maternal care,
rait trim oprn ire-day. Sept. 1. Term* t,.r seMicn
t' i .niuuth , payable .n advance, til... this include#
• ulTioii. hoaid. washing, roursea in French. Germaa
'.I™.!!?:.'-:'!"} ,,,J •«' lur
T1IE hi ■'KRIUK.
Academy Sacred Heart.
St. Joseph. Ma.
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS
Fiamination and Advice as to Patentability of Irv
T ln;t ' ^n,, f"r "Inventors' Oulde. or How to Get u
latent. O FAHKK1.I. ^ son. \V,i hinton, 1). C.
FITS stoppe-j rrc# nnd r'rmin rt'r n nrf, No
af'.-r flr t d.- j • s of I)r. K llne'a (i'eat .Ncrv
Krstorer. * r. #2 • r a ..nit .ute >1arv.
eiwuacurta. ba.Ku>«,«iAr. iia. I .Ja-e.ph.a,i'%.
France mana ges to sell a billion oys
ters a year for 17.000,000 francs.
If the llnhy Is Cutting Teeth,
sure and nae that old and wei! 'ried remetlv. Mks
WutaLow'a S-h>iu:no Stai r for children Teeuiing.
Cape Colony has ordered young
orange trees frcm California for exper-
1'ul.uibv ci DeuutiWi'i
oriencp. Send "ketch fora<v
in-, lmi•• pnn. • xnniiner U.S.
ur. UcUill Uldg., WaatkL>.C,
OPIUM and WHISKY
fjrium h:k>. Dr. B. l. wnoi i
• «. a. W00UBV, iTUm, 4
"." Thompson's Eye Water.
I Host i'ough S
+4 in m
toj .n, and, therefore d*'£t3^* °^'y.yof,,s^d
I ind Urge sale,. 1
" . r ""in ne kin
"'A™" "l.ndrr. K
ToarJealcr. Baynoneoihrr I ?" TrU
rxxli arc always best. Thr I^ pr!Ci,an<1
r because He (,re Mnoikn M'-, i and
_ deal with, the world hat ,<!„ 1 '' ■*<<** to
fcr, windmill buais.,, We have mbran "tf? '' '
on. ne.r jcu. r,-,-
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Allan, John S. The Peoples Voice. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, July 24, 1896, newspaper, July 24, 1896; Norman, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116863/m1/2/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.