The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 09, No. 09, Ed. 1 Friday, December 10, 1897 Page: 3 of 8
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Even is there were no women mere
would still be a considerable iraflie in
Don't be afraid of work. The whole
secret of success all through life lies
in this bit of advice.
A Chicago court reporter complains
that the city editor, or his assistant,
kills most of the jokes in his copy, and
threatens to go back to the furm in
A fine lady is a squirrel-headed
thing, with small airs and small no-
tions; about as applicable to the busi-
ness of life as a pair of tweezers to the
clearing of a forest.
A III if Regular Army
Th« mightiest l ost of tbia sort ia the Army of
Invalids whoio bowels, liver and stomach have
been regulated by lloatetter'a Stomach Hitter-.
▲ regular habit of body ia brought about through
using tho llittera. not by violently imitating and
|ri|>iug the intestines, hut by reinforcing their
energy and cuusing a flow of the bile into its
proper channel. Malaria, U grippe, dyspepsia,
and a tendency to inacliritf of the kidueya are
coDqncred by the Hitters.
A New York woman had a worthless
husband and she shipped him. She is
To introduce our magazine, it will be
§ent /reo three mouths to all who send
six cent? to pay for registering name.
Homb it Garden, St. Paul, Minn.
Somehow it always makes a man feel
like laughing' to hear a woman past
forty to speak of her mother as "Mam-
Gardens never needed weeding worse
than most people's lists of acquaint-
Bmoko Sledge Cigarettes, 20 for Sets.
No doubt the gad fly that heads the
• warm flying toward a horse, gets
Any girl who raves over a football
playei will prove to be fond of gritty
After a girl has been out of town to
take singing lessons, it is no longer
said that she sings a song, but that
she "renders'' it.
No-To-Ilac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobaceo habit cure, makes weak
Bleu strong, blood pure. 50c. ti. All drugtfisls.
Baltimore supplies the ships of all
nations with sails. That city is the
center of the cotton duck industry of
the wor\d, and not only furnishes sails
for foreign navies, but tents for for-
eign armies, the production of its
twelve factories being greater than the
^product of all other factories in the
When a man lor any reason is una-
ble to attend a show, he usually says
it is no good.
Did you ever see two left handed
persons sliaUe hands?
A dispatch from San Francisco, Cal.,
announces the arrival there of 2,238
bales of raw silk destined for direct
transportation to mills in Connecticut
and New Jerse)*. This is an unusually
large shipment and its direct purchase
A man hates to put on a new pair
of shoes as much as a woman hates t>
have a tooth pulled.
The gas companies of New York and
Brooklyn are furnishing gas ranges
and heaters for the many new apart-
ment, houses, model tenements and
buildings given to bachelor lodgings,
free of cost to the builders, for the
purpose of encouraging the consump-
tion of gas as fuel and the plan is be-
TO curk A cold IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refuud the mom y if it fails to cure. «J5o
When a woman wants to give an un-
derhanded swipe at another woman,
she makes fun of her dressmaker.
Rend tlie Advertisements.
You will enjoy this publication much
better if you will get in the habit of
reading the advertisements; they will
afford a most interesting study and
will put you in the Way of getting
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
tisers are reliable, they send what they
A 'possum hunt is kin to a wolf
drive. No 'possums are caught aud uc
wolves are ever driven.
Brn. Wlnalow** Soothing; Syrnp
For children teething.soften* the guois,reduces Inflan*
ation, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25 cents a Loitlo,
Last year American refineries im-
ported 500,000 tons of raw beet sugar
from Germany and other countries.
To Cnro Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candv Cathattic. 10c or "So.
If C. C. C. fuil to cure, druggists refund money.
A soft, gentle, pleading voice soon
becomes uiore tiresome than a rasping
Star Totinceo iR the leading brand of
the work!, because it is the best.
The cottonseed industry of the south
employs 10,000 people in .'500 mills. The
capitalization is over fifty million dol-
.ars and the annual product is valued
at one hundred and thirteen million
Itl^hi Vii iit!tom ^
of scrofula, eczema, boils, sores, eruptions, etc.,
prove the claims made for Ayer's Sarsaparilla
as the best of blood purifying medicines. And
it's cures that count. The story of these cures
told by the cured is convincing. We send the
book free. Address Dr. Ayer, Lowell, Mass.
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WHAT IS PLAGIARISM?
Is prevented by "vaccination." Mortality In IT. S. A. during
last 2 years reduced to one-third of one per cent. Thousands
of Herds successfully vaccinated. Testimonials, etc.
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It will break the beginning of a cold, fever, pneumo-
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ratlve statements of eminent persons with it.
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SOI,' I'll I: It N IKHiKSl KKI HS' GIJIDK.
Robert LoqIa Stevenson I.eta In u Flood of
Llgbt on the juration.
It may be good news to some people
to know that a vigorous t'fTort is being
made in certain literary circles to dress
plagiarism in the robes of virtue and
call it an art rather than a crime,
liobert Louis Stevenson has made a
charmingly frank confession as to the
debt he owes to Washington Irving,
Ilefoe.and Edgar Allan i'oe. All of
tl«ese writers, especially the lirst, he
says, have been unconscious contrib-
utors to his literary reputation, and he
is not alone, lialpli Waldo Emerson
says: "Originals are not original. There
is imitation and suggestion to the
archangels if we knew their history."
Mr. Lincoln's famous remark at Get-
tysburg about "government of the peo-
ple," etc., was used by Webster, and
Mr. Cleveland's desire for .a "public
ollice" that should be a "public trust'
was lirst expressed in the same lan
guage by Charles Sumner in 1872.
And Mr. Sumner borrowed it from
Thomas Jefferson. Shakespeare said
"Conscience does make cowards of 113
all," but a Brahman who lived 2,000
years before the poet said, "Guilty con-
science always makes people cowards."
It is not likely that Shakespeare ever
heard of this Brahman, lie was 110
doubt unconscious of his debt. But
Disraeli pronounced a funeral oration
over the Duke of Wellington which
had been already used by Theirs
at tho funeral of Marshal Saint-Cry.
Now this, of course, is plagsarism,
pure and simple, savs Ihe St. Louis
Globe-Democrat. But Shakespeare and
Emerson were not plagiarists, in the
commonly and rightly accepted mean-
ing of the word. What a man hears
or reads and really digests and mental-
ly assimilates cannot be said to be pla-
giarized. Plagiarism means placing
the bodily stolen and unacknowl-
edged fruit of another man's
brain to your own account, and I
think a few honest people would agree
with Voltaire that "of all the forms of
theft plagiarism is the least dangerous
to society." Slaybe it is the least dan-
gerous to society, but it is certainly
the most dangerous morally to the man
himself. To rob a man of his brains,
especially if that man be dead and
connot defend his property, is a kind of
mental cannibalism in which the crim-
inal adds pitiable vanity to his theft.
■ Wlien a hoy bepins to hake he ul
] ways j*ot'8 to an old barber.
The train robbers will not cure to
j tackle the Missouri Pacific railroad
! ajrain if they can't clean up more than
j The best company at a Thanksgiv-
ing dinner is a turkey.
i A man can't control his heart affairs
any easier than he can control an np-
prtitc for sraoktnf.
Here is another thing against whis-
ky: tho.se who drink it are always
looking for a better quality.
Tiventy-tliree new 2:1() pacers are
descendants of (ieorge W ilkes and S3
of Alexander Abdellnh.
UtifttS WHWTt AlL ElSE FAIlS.
In time. 3old by drug
f« flirxllag fonotry fend
prlrr* art polity up. U> «>
tliil tell 1 he I . H. .Standard
Krilrilllgwrit prlffi; nltr
Eundr«.1aofBptclAlttai atlesri than Wboleiale prices. Tit:
Sr«in|r lUchinoa, Riryriri, Organs f'laaos, i'ldrr Hills,
Carriages, ('aria, Hurries, ||.tr i>*s, Snfes. Rone Mills,
teller I'rpacra, Jack i-r*w , Truck*, iniilt, Kay f'utirrr,
I'rcsaStands, Feed Hill , 8iov?t, Drills, Road flaws,
fji'vn llo' ers, ( nff.-e Mi ls, I'ar^es, lathes, Dnni|>t arts,
t'oru Stcilers, lland I'-rta, L.rln-«, Tanls, Wire Krnre,
f'aanln; Mills. frow ll*r«. Rnilsrs. tTatehna, ( lolhlnrJl'.
Hay, filar k, EleTKicr, Railroad, PlntCnr* and t uunter M a t.KS-
fipnd for free I atalntrn* tin«f .re haw ' Unite,.
lit S#«tli Jelfrranii H>. fUlfAOO 8fAM CO., Cklrarn, III.
DISEASED EYESljS' iTi'J i
Ere from on* .Juy to tv.-cnty-Ave yean'
■tending:, speedily cored l.v the use of
Rnrcka tya I Inld and Hals m. Write your rase
«•* en.J '£■-cent stamp to pay pn.staffe an.l recei w •
free sample vial and full instrnctions. Keference—
All the banks and city officials. Thirty years' prao
tlce on eyos aione. Addrecs |)r. J. W, Claw sou,
ArkaiisuM C l>, K:iiishs.
rSP?OCSQV NEW DISCOVERY;.!...
I a Vw 1 quickTtd lef and cures wont
THE CITY'S ROAR.
IIo\r It May He Nutated and Used In the
"I see," said a well-known musician^
"that tho Sun has been publishing the
opinion of some artist fellow that each
city has its c 'or tone. 1 suppose he's
right; 1 don't know much about red
splashes and green smears. But the
publication of that item brings up to
utterance point something that I've
had in my mind for many years, and
that is the actual tone, the sound tone,
the keynote of cities.
"You know every sound of nature
has its notation, whether it is the buzz
of insect life in August or the roar of
Niagara in late April. So, too, I be-
lieve that every city has its especial
sound,and that the roar of its tratllc
could be rdueced to notation and individ-
ualized. 1 am positive that the roar of
no two cities is alike, any more than
the roar of two lions is alike.
"Of course, the roar of a city differs
in depth and intensity according to the
time of the year, week, and day. The
roar of New York on Sunday morning
in August, for instance, is a very dif-
ferent thing from that of New York on
a Saturday morning in October, and
again very different from that of any
time in the dead of winter, when all
the streets are covered with snow. But
these different sounds could be cata-
logued, and herein will lie the practical
utility of the thing. Travel and war-
fare in the air are bound to come, you
know, and when they do the catlogue
of city not*?s will be as much of a ne-
cessity as a compass and barometer.
"Take an example now. You are
traveling in a ballon and the wind has
been blowing a gale for a week. The
captain dotsn't know how much he's
out in his reeonking, when he hears a
loud-booming note coming up through
the clouds. 'What note is that?' he
asks of Vhe mate. The mate puts the
electro-tuning pipe to his ear and hol-
lows back that is BBB flat below the
staff. 'Triple B Hat below the line,'
says the captain, 'and this is Sunday,
November 4. Why, that's New York.
Let out the gas there, my hearties.'
And in live minutes more you're safe
lit the Central l'ark Aerial Landing
Enclosure. Why, sir, it's the thought
of the age."—New York Sun.
More Pathctic Than Humorous.
A11 aged couple living south of
Brazil, Ind., had devoted their three
score and ten to rural life and the mak-
ing of a farm, sold their possessions lor
the snug sum of $1(5,000: When the
purchaser called with a notary to close
up the deal by taking the deed of title,
the husband having signed and passed
it to the wife, she positively refused to
3ign without a consideration, saying
she had spent her life in making the
farm and had never realized anything
she ceuld call her own, and now was
her opportunity. The husband failed
to satisfy her and secure the signature.
Then the purchaser asked to know what
she would take and sign the deed, fear-
ful that she would be exacting beyond
his inclination to comply. After a
good deal of hesitancy she said she
thought she ought to have $2, which
he promptly handed her, and she signed
the title. .She turned over the silver
dollars time and time again laughing
over her good luck. She said: "Well,
this is the lirst money I have ever had in
my life that 1 could call my own and
spend it as 1 may wish to do to suit
myself." Indianapolis Sentinel.
Uiur.N a barber goes to Heaven, I#
will le a close sbnvr«
American horses have gone to sueli
widely different climes us Brazil,
South Africa and Australia. In fact,
by their superior excellence they have
become the most prized of their kind
in nearly ull parts of the world.
Searchlight has reduced the 3-year-
j old pacing record to 20r y.j. He had
I previously tied the racing record of
| 200^4'. He is supeibly bred, Icing by
! Darknight, dam Nora Mapes, by Fu-
j The greener the conn try girl is the
j larger city she imagines she would
like to live in.
Ilannibal, Mo., is one of the greatest
| mule markets in the world. From
I Missouri American males have gone to
Egypt to be used in the Angle-Egypt-
ian advances up the Nile.
What has become of the old fash-
ioned weman who knew how to make
elderburv wine for sacrament at her
j church? The women of today know
| nothing of this sort of invention in
No man is too shiftless to feel a iit-
I tie bit romantic about his marriage.
| The Baltimore and Ohio South West-
ern Hallway has been experimenting
j with electric motors on turn-tables.
Turning locomotives at divisional
points and terminals is a service of
much annoyance and no little expense
to railroad companies. It generally
: takes four men to turn a locomotive,
and while they are doing so their reg-
| ular work is abandoned.
Experiments were made with an
electric motor on the 60-foot turn-
i table at Chillicothe with such success
j that the Park Street turn-table in
| Cincinnati was similarly equipped. The
I result has been rather astonishing in
the matter of expense. The current
| was purchased from the power plant,
and it cost on an average of less than
one-half a cent for each time the table
was turned. When this same table was
operated by hand it cost 12 cents for
each engine. The yearly saving is
Lots of men would like to get a pen-
I sion but not nearly so many want to
i go to war.
W< offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo
I cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
b\ J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
I «e, the undersigned, have known p.
J. Cheney for the last IT, years, and believe
| nlm i>ci'iectly honorable m all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their linn
; Went Ai Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
; 7,?.u<?0, I'-1 Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin,
I Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
■ Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testimo-
nials sent free Price 75c per bottle, bold
by all druggists.
j Hall's Familv Pills are the best.
Every man who gives a party feels
as the hour moves around to the time
I as if he were going to have a tootli
pulled but a woman feels more like a
j queen every minute.
Iteuuty fH Itlontl Deep.
Clean blood means a clean hkin. No
I beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cnthar- |
I tic e'eans your blood and keeps it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- j
i purities from the body. Hegin to-day to I
banish pimnles, boils, blotches blackheads, \
and that sickly biliotiscomplexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug- |
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. I
No odds how little a man does he
likes to tell how he used to work.
An old bachelor is single because he
does not choose to marry; an old maid,
Sympathy often moves the people
when patriotism fails; sympathy caused
the late war.
Somehow newly married people al-
ways look just like new clothcs feel.
Search any married man and you
will find half of his underclothkig fas-
tened on him by safety pins.
How people long for undisturbed
peace as they grow older! And how
the buud plays on just the same!
It is nice to have a job as driver of a
street sprinkler during a wet, rainy,
Telegraph poles are being made of
A very ugly man is talked about as
much as a good looking m«*n.
15oston will this year reach the eev-
enty-tifth anniversary of her incorpor-
ation as a city.
A woman's idea of true nobility is to
of/cr a woman her new winter dress
to copy the style.
The 1770 stone house at Tappan New
York, a relic of the Revolutionary war,
was blown down by the wind, on 2nd
inst.. This is the house where Major
John Andre was imprisoned and from
which he was taken to his execution
on October 3, 1780. It was owned by
Dr. Stephens, of Tappan, and has been
visited by people from all over the
Considering that everyone is tv ppoii-
ed lo believe in love, there is a good
deal of talk behind its back.
When a man comes out second best
in a game of chess he is angry with
his opponent for winning or with him-
self for losing?
It is pretty safe to bet that a bey
whoso environment doesn't include
freckles doesu't amount to anytning in
When a popular society gives an
amateur entertainment, there is one
tiling certain: you must take part, or
buy a ticket.
A man is not a real thoroughbred
until he can g-o into a saloon and havo
his favorite drink set out without ask-
ing for it.
Paris has tifteen hundred horseless
Keeps both i Mer an J sicMIe per-
fectly dry In the hardest storms.
Substitutes will disappoit t. A:,kft r
i8o7 I isli Hrand Pommel Slicker-
It is entirely new. If not for sale in
your town, writ.' for catalogue to
\. .1. T<)WI R. Host .n, Mas*
Two bottles t)i' i'iso's Cure for Consump-
tion cured me of a bad luntf trouble. — Mrs.
J. Nichols, Princeton, Ind., Mar. 20, 1895.
A clergyman preached a sermon on
"Trouble, and how to Meet it," but
the problem which most of us are try-
ing to solve with regard to trouble is
how not to meet it
No man who has whiskers should be
allowed to eat in public or sing.
A widow seems to mourn as much
for a bad husband as for a good one.
Some folks enjoy nothing so much
as going around talking suspiciously
about their neighbors.
Untold wealth is a thing well known
to the tax assessor.
A lawyer doesn't know everything
but he thinks you think he does.
Germany makes two millions of false
The day after a woman has spent a
great deal of money on loolishness she
boils the potatoes with their jackets on
in order not to waste the skins.
Kducnte Your lto\rol« With CnHfareti,
Every once in a while some man gets
into trouble by kUsing a woman
against her will. Why does he do it?
There are plenty of women who are
A woman never feels so proud of her
husband's love as when he falls sick
and becomes delirious, and refuses to
let any one but her come near him.
Don't Tolinrro Spit nntl Smoke Your Mfb Away.
To f]uit tobacco easily and forever, bo mag-
netic. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To*
Bac, the wonder worker, that • altos weal; men
strong. All druggists, 50c or fcl. Cure guaran-
teed Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Londoners drink 4'J5,000 gallons of
The real grief in a woman's life is
not connected with a love nlTair; it is
when her neighbor gives a party aud
does not invite her
If a man has money it is a sign that
he is mighty careful of it.
SOUTH CAROLINA LADIES
Iumati, S. C., says: I havo
used I)r. 31. A. Simmon*
Liver Mod lei no for
years, with tho best of re-
sults for SleeplosMiieM,
tion and Swollen Foot.
It cured MIbb s. Ilamtnett
of a complication of dis-
eases; cho iiaysit saved her
life. 1 think it far excels
"Zeilin's" and tho "Black
Faliin j of tho Womb.
Tho caaeo of ntcrlno displacement sre
Very nnmerouj and constitute a prolillo
causo of luteukM and wide spread wittering.
Its symptoms arc bearing-down or charging
sensations, pain or weakness in tho hack,
Homctimi . a sense « I gon< ivon nt the pit of
tho atom:: h. It may result from too fre-
quent chiltlbearing, wcjin p, pirmenta that
compress the: wai: t and abdomen, over-
lifting, stnndintfon the loot too loug, aud
Wo would nt ron ply urge the use of Dr.
SiniinoiiH Squiiv/ A it:o Wlno which will
purify and vitalize the bl > 'ti, give tone and
Strength Io the muscles of tho uterus, so
that, it will bo kept in place. To facilitato
a quick and complete recovery, we recom-
mend as an injection our Mexican Female
Remedy, which will produce the happiest
Walhalla, S. C., writes: I
havo used I>r. M. A. Sim-
mons Liver Modicino
more than 120 years, for Tor-
' pid Liver and Dizziness*
I tako a doso every two
weeks and foci all right. I
know it is far Superior to
"Zeilin's Regulator," la my
The health and well hem? of mankind
dope ml upon the physical health and per-
Coction of womanhood. Among tho diacaacs
which nio.it impuir tho female constitution
are leucorrhcca, irregular and painful Men-
struation, fulling or llic v.oinh, chlorosis,
scanty or too profaso menjtruation. Those
diseases can be cured. Dr. Simmons
Squaw Vino Wino is a dolightful remedy
to take, entirely harmless, free from nar-
cotics, purely vegetable and produces no
unpleasant aftcr resulto. It is unequalled
as a uterine tonic and curativo acctit ft r all
female di:>easos,as it is impossible for weak-
ncso of tho uterus and -reiterative organs to
exist when it is faithfully and persistently
oscd. Constipation in anothci bano ol
woman's life which can be cured by using'
Ui". M. A. Simmoua Liver Alediciuo.
MORPHINE and WHISKY HABITS.
11 "ml « i l:i: |:.. k ii.• l- k. im(. j <.
lltOMAN, l.BbrJUU tig., Clllt'AM), I LI*
They stop work, cost monoy, civo pain.
Sprains and Bruises
Q It costF little to cure Ca It saves time,
8 them right away with 4a \3ul/UWb I Ha monoy, misery.
KQR 30 DAYS YOU CAN TRY IT FOR 25 CENTS.
CATARRH, ASTHMA, LA GRIPPE
"5 DROPS" f H"0" concont rated and powerful apeclflo
e«m ivi.-r fa ti naiitr f 1,K';"UM ' " 0 °P* - ana perfectly harm-
it ■vs. uc u i is u.suall.N felt the very lirst night. We have li-ttrrm f trrn.tp-
recommend sufferers'1f'101,1' HlmumaU.SS ind kindred to
*r .diisSufssjo beta? TSK SSSSfiS&fiS
f" - 'I'l iti. >n„ fur medicine. They sail! I n 5, , f'in ""
m' " I'HA'NK'Vi'iVKLANl,'^ <* aI,L^ perhaps Ibey' wlllV-l'eM
fill r rtj 1,1,. an,; Ho v i ,'WM r'r ll'rtc "nvViir" loifki'io^ Ii ''""i ''""t f"r''" ' h"v" l",d AM lima
tlilnt nli.,nt tiv, n v Tow.rJs il„. u,t ,.f Jul.' I I oirin u'klni 11rl'- 1
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! JWalter Baker & Co.'s
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious.
$100 To Any Man.
WILL PAY $100 FOR ANY CASE
* In Men They
Fail to (ure.
An Omaha Comj nny places for tin first
time before tho public a Maoicai. Tkevt-
mi.nt for tho cure of Loit Vitality,Nervous
and Sexual Weakness, and Restoration of
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who are suffering fro n a weakness that,
blights their life, < atising that mental aud
physical suirering pe -uliar to l.o>t Man
hoo I.Khould \\riteto tlioSTATK M KI >. (J A f«
COMPANY. Omaha. Neb. and they will
send you absolutely FltKE, a valuable
paper on thes® diseases, and positive proofs
of their truly MaujcalI'm:\tmk\t. Thous-
ands of men', who have lest all hope of a
re being re.stored b . theai to a per-
Costa less than O.VJJ CENT a
lie sure tliat tlie jiackage bears our Trade-Mark.
I |||j i 11) Walter Baker & Co. Limited,
'SL^L—k fn5t0biiShtd |7S0 j Dorchcstcr, Mass.
This >1 1 ,H ai. TitrvrMEN'r mav lie tnken
nt borne under theirdii eetions, or tbev will
pny railroad Inre and hotel hills to ull who
prefer to go to there for treatment, if they
fa i to cure. Tln-.v are pci lcrt! v reliable;
havo no Free PreseriptlonB, l'viej t'ure,
Froe Sample, or C. O. 1>. fake. Tlie.v have
CUM? they treat or lel'iiml every do'
■ their charge* may lie d posited in
a bank to 1 o paid to them when a cure it
eil'ectcd. M'riin 11,.■ n todav
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W. N. U. WICHITA. NO.43.-1697
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Ingle, E. P. The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 09, No. 09, Ed. 1 Friday, December 10, 1897, newspaper, December 10, 1897; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc137387/m1/3/: accessed July 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.