Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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STORY OF PRINCE.
(By Lieut. R. A. Swift, U. P. A.)
yjR yji\ ANUEL DIAZ came
ll\ /\\ And looked down at
me as I lay bound
and helpless on the
"Gringo dog!" he
his white teeth.
Then he kicked
"You would not
dare to do that If I
were ' free, even
though you are In the camp of your
own ladronefollowers!" 1 cried, hoping
to arouse him still more. ,
He hissed some words I did not catch.
"You are the most pitiful cowatd it
has ever been my fortune to meet. I
continued tauntingly. "AH greasers
are cowards! I fought you like a man,
and now you mean to hang me like a
"Si. senor," he returned exultantly,
"like a cur you hang' You keel four of
my men. Car-r-ramba!"
"Only three," I corrected. "My dog
disposed of the fourth."
"The dog is dead; you will soon be so.
I give you*i| little while more to think
on him, for he actually gave a nibble TV
&t my bonds.
Then I encouraged him.
He seemed to understand that was
what I desired.
Immediately he set about gflawlng
at the rope In a way that seemed to
promise a hasty release for my hands.
Two of the gambling Mexicans had
arisen to their feet and were confront-
ing each other, daggers In hand.
Diaz was watching them calmly, still
pulling at his cigarette.
Some of the others were urging them
THE NEW COUNTRY
BRIEF BITS OF GENERAL NEWS
FROM THE TERRITORIES.
Oklahoma ami tin
Their lludget of
Itemised for the
iillan Territory wll
neral ami Local Lo
iveuience of the tie
how you like it to hang."
Then he walked away toward the ?pot
where several of his bandit followers
I had heard how brutally Diaz, the
outlaw, treated those unfortunate
enough to fall into his hands, and I
feared the fate In store for me.
He believed me a spy—an officer of
I could expect no mercy.
He had come upon me at sunrise as
I was cooking my coffee over a fresh-
I think his dogs must have s -ented
Prince, my dog, and they led the out-
laws to my camp.
My first warning was when five or si.x
dirty curs came yelping down upon us.
I clutched tpy rifle as I saw the
Mexicans swarming over the ridge.
My command to halt rang out on the
morning air, and then they opened fire
with rifles*and revolvers.
I had no protection, and so I stood
up there in the open, one to twenty
and worked my Winchester to the best
of my ability.
Prince made a terrible scattering
among the curs that had attacked him
He did not seem to consider.them big
enough game for him, and so, flinging
them to the right and left, he broke
through and went leaping at the throat
of a man who had fallen and rolled
down the bank to within a short dls
tance of us.
Prince had the fellow by the throat
In a moment.
In vain the poor wretch tried to tear
His life was soon ended.
I brought down three others with my
Then a bullet scored my skull.
The Wincshester dropped from my
nerveless fingers. I sunk helpless to
I saw them rush upon me with ex-
. ultant yells, and I knew when they
bound me securely.
Now I was doomed to die by hang-
ing—Diaz himself had said It.
I tried to taunt him into killing me
'.n a passion, but my efforts were in
He left me and sat down where he
could watch the men who were gam-
bling on the big scarlet blanket they
had spread on the ground.
I saw him llght^a cigarette and puff
"Hurry, Prince—hurry!" I whispered.
Without making a sound he chewed
away at the cord.
At last, just as the quarreling out-
laws were trying to stab each other to
death, I felt the rope part!
My hands were free!
I did not sit up, but lay on my side
and drew up my legs so I coul£ work, at
the bonds that held my feet.
I soon succeeded In my desperate ef*
Free—I was free!
Still I did not rise.
With all the caution I could com-
mand, I wormed my way toward the
spot where my rifle lay.
I secured It.
Down the slope I backed, while the
duel to the death between the two out-
laws was going on.
Prince followoif: and not one of all
our foes saw us creep out of the camp-
not a sleeping dog stirred.
We got away, and once out of sight,
we made all haste to put a long dis-
tance between us and our enemies.
I knew they would attempt to Wall
us with their dogs, and so I was forced
to take to running, water to deceive
them, and, In doing this, I carried
Prince in my arms, big. heavy fellow ,
though he was. with my Winchester i
slung across my back.
It was two years before I saw Man;
uel Diaz again, and then I had the
pleasure of attending hl« execution in
He was hanged. Before he swung
Into eternity I reminded him that I had
promised to live to see* that day, and
had kept my word.
He smiled and replied that I owed
my life to a dog that knew far more
than any gringo he had he had ever
He died "game," which Is saying a
great deal for a Mexican.
Prince lived but a few days after
aiding me to escape from the outlaws.
His wound proved fatal.
Far in the lonely heart of the Gila
mountains I made his grave, and there
I burled the truest, noblest comrade It
has ever been my fortune to know.
Poor old Prince!
All over Oklahoma firms an
ing a strictly Cash business.
Those ten days for the II. O. G. road
to beg-in building is up again.
Eleven car loads more of rails have
arrived for the Choctaw railroad.
The Santa Fe and the Choctaw are
now lighting for*the territory freight.
T. E. Hfek has tired of the west side
and will establish a paper at McLoud^
An Oklahoma man won 2300 on a
horse race in Pittsburg, the other day.
The territorial malitia will give a
sham battle during the Logan county
There are corn failures in spots in
Oklahoma, but the spots are,not very
They say that Judge Hurford can
make a speech that makes the windows
The Chickasaw Indian military are
in the field cutting down illegal pas-
The Cudahy meat company has
made a distributing point in Oklaho-
Almost Killed by a Tooth.
Orville Barker, a young man living*
near Mansfield, 111., is recovering from
a peculiar case of sickness. About two
months ago he noticed that he waa
gradually weakening. This was ac-
companied by a cough, and he began
doctoring for catarrh, thinking that
was the trouble. June 28th he had n
very bad hemorrhage of the lungs, fol-
lowed by increased weakness. On the
following Sunday he was taken to bed
and gave every symptom of hasty con-
sumption. A few days ago, during an
extra hard coughing fit, he coughed up
a small piece of hard substance, which
the doctor pronounced to be a portion
of a toofh. It was then remembered
that a short time before he began to
experience any weakness he had a
tooth pulled while under the influence
of an anaesthetic, and as the tooth was
ulcerated the dentist had some trouble
in extracting it. In twisting it a
small portion waa rasped off and is
supposed to have gone into the lungs.
"HURRY, PRINCE. HTRUY."
ut it In a lazy way, seeming to have
I knew it was a part of his scheme
He would soon find time to remind
me that my minutes were numbered.
They said my dog was dead—poor old
I turned on my sWe, choking back the
groan that rose In my throat.
And then I saw something that gave
me a start.
A short distance away lay Prince,
stretched on the ground as he had fall-
en; but his eyes were wide open, and I
would have sworn he moved his tall
a bit when I looked at him.
"Prince!" I whispered, Just loud-
enough for my voice to reach him.
Again that movement of his tall, and
his eyes suddenly closed.
One of the outlaws was approach-
"Senor," he said, as he came up, "the
chief tell me to say you have ten min-
ute more to live."
"Tell him I shall live to see him
hang!" I returned, a sudden strange
mm itlon ©f'delUuu e coming over me.
"Fool!" sneered the man. "Gringoes
are all fools!"
Then he went back to the others.
I watched Prince again.
Slowly his eyes unclosed. The Mexi-
cans were now at the most exciting
point in their game; they had begun to
Prince wac far from dead, although
there was a gaping wound in his side,
and he was covered with blood.
He moved. Then, Inch by Inch, he
crept toward me.
"Good boy! Good dog!" I whispered.
His tall moved with a wiggle of de-
The outlaws' dogs—lazy curs—were
lying around In the shade, licking their
wounds or sleeping.
Not one of them saw Prince move,
although my heart stood still with fear
that they might.
When he was near enough he licked
my face and whined very softly.
"Good boy!" 1 repeated. "If you were
a man you could set me free."
The outlaws were quarreling more
fiercely than before. I felt that they
soon might be trying to cut each other s
What an opportunity for escape!
If my hands and feet were free!
But a short distance away lay my
How I longed to have it in my hands
and be able to use It then and there!
A sudden thought came to me.
I turned on my face.
Prince licked my hands, which were
bound behind my back.
"Chew It. boy—chew It!" I panted.
•'Set me free!"
He did not understand at first, but I
nm sure the truth that my hands were
helpless by the cords, finally dawned
A pleasant ad, like a pleasant face, Is
Is looked at twice*
The more you pay for space, the more
careful you should be in filling it.
The business that is not advertised
can run along for a time, so can a dog
with three legs.
The loudest voice Is the easiest heard,
and the*blggest ad. best displayed, at-
tracts attention quickest.
Advertising Is a feeder to business.
Never stop. Diet your business occa-
sionally. but never starve it.
"Let me but write the ads of a firm
and I care not who pays Its bills,"
would bo an appropriate motto for some
The circular i%the rifle of the sharp-
shooter, which. If well-aimed, picks off
a straggling soldier occasionally; but
the well constructed newspaper adver
tlsement Is the Gatling gun of publicity
that mows all before It.
The merchants who have shown their
enterprise by advertising right along
through the dark days of adversity,
crop failure and relief goods, are the
ones who will first feel the warm ray:
of the rising sun of prosperity.
On Broadway the signs that are en
tlrely In capitals outnumber those in
small letters more than ten to one, de-
spite the fact that the lower case letters
look singularly clear and tasteful.
The Detroit Journal publishes on each
Saturday a list of the conspicuous
"catch-lines" from display ads appear-
ing In the Journal during the previous
week, and offers cash prizes to first
persons sending In a correct list of the
.names of the firms from whose ads the
I quotations were taken.—Printers' Ink.
"Soda water that you eat with a
spoon" has struck .and is now devas-
tating Purcell. .
Lately Oklahoma lias beeti rather
surpassing the .Indian territory in ,
criminal news. .
Eleven men are to* be tried in the |
Kay county district court this week
for "introducing." . <
Judge Parker, who sentences so j
many criminals in the Indian territory I
weighs 203 pounds.
There is one hundred acres of flax
in Kay county that will average ten
bushels to the acre. . #
The Purcell Register lays their
baseball defeat to the "brainless dude
who acted as umpire."
The Round Pond Times threatens to
suspend iti order to get even with its
delinquent subscribers. .
Bruce Lynch, warden of the peni-
tentiary of Kansas, is trying to arrange
a pardon schedule with Governor Ren-
frow whereby prisoners from Oklaho-
ma may be advanced for good behav-
The taxpayers of Noble county
heaved a sigh of relief that sounded
like the wind playing with a loose
shingle when they heard that the 1 ni-
ted States government would pay the
expenses of nnrsing*G£ip Wyatt.
A telegram has been from Judge C.
11. Kilgore. now at*Washington, that
Charles L. Stowe would be the ma
succeed his deceased brother as I'nited
States Marshal of the Indian territory.
The people are greatly rejoiced over
Noble county was visited by a four-
eli rain Wednesday night. The rain
as accompanied by a very heavy
trieal storm east of Perry. The wind
as very severe and blew down several
houses but no casualities hav
reported. . #
A curious accident occurred Wednes-
day evening at Samuel Connor's, seven
miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
Mr. Connor purchased an Alcohol bar-
rel. There was enough alcohol left in
the barrel to produce considerable gils.
but Mrs. Connor not thinking of the
inflamable character of the gat) un-
dertook to clean the barrel by burning
it out, but when the torch was stuck
into the barrel a terrific explosion oc-
curred, which was heard a half mile dis-
tant. Mrs. Connor was badly, burned
about the face and hands and her an-
kle was severely bruised by a flying
piece of the barrel. She will recover.*
Horace Speed will marry Mrs. M
McAllister, August 14. They are
visit New York via. Galveston.
There is some kicking over the terri-
tory to have the game law repealed.
Wisely a constable in Noble county
decided not to arrest a man who was
cut up on a railroad.
Wyatt has been reoognised as the
man who killed Mrs. Townsend s hus-
band, in March 1894.
Speaking of the Financial School, a
postottice has been established in Bea-
ver county and named Coin.
It is said that May's election in the
Cherokee nation was due to a liberal
und free-handed use of firewater.
Judge Ingalsbe and family have
started overland in a wagon for a visit
to Pottawatomie county,'Kansas.
Mr. Worslium, on Skeleton valley,
near Waukomus, has several acres of
line wild blackberris "i|his farm.
A1 Glazier, the Santa Fe conductor
in Oklahoma, is notf in Boston trying
to find himself in its crooked streets.
The Choctaw now has reached We-
woka, and when the brakeman pro-
nounces that name it is said to sound
like a hand organ in a cyclone.
; During the electrical storm the other
I nigt Harry Gilstrap, of Lincoln county
who was looking in to his darling's eyes
I when the dynamo burned out, dodged.
Indian Agent Freeman, in the Osage
country, has actually taken possession
of Editor Tinker's office. Freeman is a
little bit too funny for his section of
A minister preached last Sunday in
the'territory on "Cheap Religion. He
was painfully surprised to find an un-
usual number of coppers in the basket
after the services.
Deputy marshals arrested the noto-
rious Jennie Metcalf Tuesday but she
stole an officers horse and lied. She
was formerly Jennie Stephens and is
an own cousin to Bill Dal ton, and not
an officer in the territory is a better
shot than she. She was arrested two
months ago for selling whisky to Osage
Noble county has got to the '
where it "defies competition."
Abont ten thousand d®l!urb are paii 1
n peisions quarterly iu Garfield coun- !
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report
On an average twenty car loads of j
watermelons leave Oklahoma every
Peaches of a fine order are selling in
Oklahoma markets for a dollar a lial( i
Judge Curran is charged with being ;
in lore because his "B0<dcsgather about McS\vul; ••Creat Scott, Lobelia!
his shoe tops.' j What are you waking mo up in the
A territory paper in advertising for > middle of the night fot?H Mrs. Mo*
a devil says she must be red headed sunt: want tolcnow, dear, if the
and weigh at least 100 pounds. mosquitos are biting you as badly as
A Kansas City paper publishes in
good faith that Zvp Wyatt is in jail
but that Dick Yeager is still at large.
It is understood that Tom Irwin in
trying to slip back Oklahoma on
the west side has been lost in a corn
badl^as they are me." Chicago Trib-
I "Ilass has said the meanest thing
imaginable about his landlady, lie
! saw car after car pass by crowded to
! suffocation. "1 wish," he said, "that
i Mrs. Skrimpem would board one of
A new wholesale grocery under the theM cnrs. 1<m aun) }t wollldu-t be
name of Ranney-Alton Grocery cmnpa- fuU „_1)ostoll Transerip,.
ny has been organized in Oklahoma •
county. She—So you're engaged to one of the
Ureal Caesar! That (Treat corpora- | Thompson twins? How#can you din-
tiou, the Santa Fe railroad, is running
excursions to hear Coxey's speeches
in the territory.
Wyatt is the only outlaw in Oklaho-
ma's long list who was actually taken
alive after a fight. Daltou was killed
and Cook gave up easily.
Indians and gave bond. Although
only 18 years old she is said to'have
sold more whiskey to Indians than
the oldest offender.
Here is a* queer advertisement found
in an Oklahoma papers Found—Adi-
vorce, which the owner can have by
ailing at this office and paying for
this advertisement. If owner does not
•all within reasonable time, we will
)ffer the said divorce for sale to the
highest bidder t<> pay expense of ad-
rtising. Said divorce was granted
Anna Simmons, in Jackson county
issouri, in 1888. and is therefore good
, it is a little late for the defendant
i appeal. It being valid, we shall
give the probate ofcurt subject^ first
chance, in case we are forced to sell
Monday afternoon near Okmulgee
I. T. four Indians and a negro. ;yi un-
known. ravished a white girl in the
presence of her father who was cov-
ered with a W inchester. A short time
afterward the same fiends met llenton
Callahan, a prominent Creek citizen
and cattleman who was accompanied
by Sam Houston, a negro employe
whom they held up and robbed of
money, saddles and boots, after which
they shot Houston through the shoul-
der, killed his horse and beat Mr. Cal-
lahan unmercifully With their guns.
Indian citizens and white men are af-
ter these outlaws and if caught the
result can be guessed.
A boiler of a portable engine on a
thresher blew up near Oakland, twen-
ty-six mijes east of Ardmore Wednes-
day. instantly killing Will Craft, Lee
Norwood and Pink Norwood and seri-
ously wounding several others, a num-
ber of whom cannot recover. The
Norwoods are father and son. Craft
was the band cutter. The following
is the list of the most seriously in-
jured: Will Tippett, badly scalded,
cannot recover; C. II. Hamm, bruised
and scalded: James Wilken, bruised
and scolded; J. P. Walker and Claude
Howell, scalded and bruised; T. P.
Carter, severely cut on head and ankle:
Short, the engineer, badly scalded and
Rev. J. F. Palmer succeeds Rev. Joel
Smith as presiding elder of the Meth-
odist church for the central district of
tinguish the one from the other?
He 1 don't try
it is estimate i that a t on of gold
used in stopping teeth, is annually
buried iu American cemeteries.
'How is your wife?"
•I'm, her head has been troubling
her a good deal this year."
Not exactly. She keeps on wanting
a new hat every four weeks."
When a Tennesec girl is kissed, she
tclalms; "Now put that right back
here you took it. from."
"Let the toast be— dear woman,"
ee the boarder said when the landlady
was about to remove the bread plate.
Itlc for yr
,eune<l I'nrker'n GlnKr"
*t that It benefit* more th*n
ry form of dlstreu and weak
The Hwo rn Tormentor*
iftho Spanish Inquisition* tie?or inflicted tor-
ures mora dreadful than those endured l<y the
■ictiui of Inflamatory rheumatism. Tho chron-
ic form of this obstinate malady is sufficiently
painful. Arrest it nt the start with Hoatotter'a
stomach Hitters und avoid becoming a lifelong
lyartyr. Tho Hitters will romovo malaria and
kidney complaint*, dyspepsia, constipation, ner-
vousness and neuralgia, remedy debility und has-
tens convalescence. _____
Bound to be correct—First Boy: "Did
you hurt yourself when you fell that
time?" Second Boy: "Nop, not when
I fell; it was when I hit the ground
that I hurt myself."—Harpers Youug
I can recommend l'i^o's Cure for Con-
sumption to sutlcrers from Asthma.—K.
1). Townsk.ni>. Ft. Howard. Wis.. May 4,'04
Want of good sense is tho worst of
Silk is so cheap in Madagascar that
the poorest people wear clothing mad
IIALL'B CATARRH CURB is a liquid t
taken internally, and acts directly upon tho blood
nucous surfaces of tho system. Send fo
timoniuls. freo. Sold by Druggists. 75o.—F. J.
I'lIliNBY Si CO., l'roprs. Toledo Ohio.
Pattl has been on the operatic stage
for forty-flve years. •
Mrs. John Jacob Astor Is an ac-
complished angler, and enjoys nothing
so much*ks a battle with a fish.
James Barrle, the Scotch novelist,
carefully rewrites each of his books be-
fore sending It to his publisher.
One of Senator Quay's characteristics
Is never to boast that he will have an
easy time defeating his political an-
Roundsman Michael Gorman of the
New York harbor police, has saved
thirty-five lives during his twenty-one
years of service.
Bernard Wise, the most - talked - of
politician in New South Wales, is only
34 years of age. At the age of 27 he
A friend of Rudyard Kipling says
that during the three weeks which pre-
ceded his departure for Europe, the
novelist lived In a New York boarding-
house under an assumed name.
Comptroller of the Currency Eckles
was an excellent base ball player be-
fore ho assumed his present high of-
fice, but now he does not Indulge In
his fondness for the national game.
Minister Le Ghalt. who has been re-
cently recalled by Belgium, was the
most popular of the Washington diplo-
mats Like the rest of Washington, ho
and his son were smitten with the bi-
Mrs. William R. Morrison, wife of the
Interstate commerce commissioner, Is
a very able politician. A Washington
newspaper even went so far recently
ns to say that she was responsible for
Cleveland's first nomination. Since
then Mrs Morrison has been asked sev-
eral times if the statement was true,
but she has Invariably declined to an-
The new secretary of the State edi-
torial association is J. Frank Smith of
the l'leasanton Observer, apppointed
by the president to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of II. A.
A girl who attended a society dance
in the territory the other night was
arrested for a tine she owed the city,
as she was leaving the hall, and the
whole company was
The four Deputy Sheriffs who killed
Dick Willett and wounded two other
men, near Hennessy, supposing them
to he part of Dick Yeager's outlaw
bund, were placed under 81,500 bonds
each to await a preliminary hearing
on the charge of murder in the fir
degree, preferred by two brothers
Willett. * *
Pearls havt; been found during the
last week in shells in the Cottonwood
river. They are of the same lustrous
beauty as the gold of Boggy creek.
For several days reports have been
coming in of horrible outrages perpe-
trated in the thinly settled country
south of Sapulpa, I. T. Three Women
have been taken from their homes and
outraged, one of whom bus since
died. Stores and houses have
been robbed und numerous horses
stolen^ Deputy I'nited States Mar-
shals and citizens have been scouring
fluently I ti,,, country and were rewarded late
; Friday night by the capture of the
whole gang. Great excitement pre-
vails among the citizens, and it is re-
ported that a large body of mcii are
attempting to intercept the Marshals
who are on their way to Fort Smith
with their prisoners. The names of
the negroes are now unknown, but
,j i they are supposed to be citizens of the
| Creek Nation.
As an illustration of the wonderful ' Mr- M.vth s''l""'f"r, 'he people of the
strides in civilisation llurlington hlls | territory will please take not.ee hud
taken it mav he said that at the first ln thl' "h'wtinif '-VP Wy ".
burial there the corpse was eurried OH I oh' U Bchaflw, u"-v
an ox cart, while now corpses can ride ! w®y*
in a wagon with glass windows and > John Twamley, not far from Guth-
curtains. ric, wants 500 men with Winchesters
A man who has been in the west a ' f"r the PurP - "hunting Reese ....
number of years will notice one thing.
This is the time of year when people
get despondent. And the fact is pub-
lished in the newspapers by tin
An Oklahoma boarding house is can-
tering along toward the road to fame
by advertising that spring chicken is
served every day.
The editor of the Taloga Advocate
says that between eliiggers and mos-
quitos. he has given up ail hope of
spiritual redemption. •
Majah Whittinghill lias charge of
Ute proposed corn palace. Ground
will soon be broken and corn husked
for the structure.
Old man Wyatt says that Biil Doo-
lin is not dead, lie is right. Besides,
the correspondents must have at least
one man left to kill off.
Zvp Wyatt is said to bear a stior.y
resemblance to a prominent Oklahotn-
politician. Is this a covert slap i
Arthur Percy Daniels?
Since Mrs. Albert left Oklahoma
Jessie Findlay has gone down in tin
quick-sand of oblivion She is neve
mentioned any more.
In Noble county the tarxes due from
the Santa Fe for 1894 are $3,400, and
the road declares it will pay 82,000,
but the balance is not due.
Bill Taylor, who is to hang «in Mis-
souri, was in Arapahoe taking depo-
sitions the week liefore the murder of
the Meeks was committed.
Hon. Horace Speed and Mrs. M. J.
McAllister were married at Burden,
Kansas, last Monday. Horace Speed
has come to Oklahoma to stay.
One Oklahoma editor has made the
ta<$ threat that if he meets a certain
other editor he will swipe him one
that will jar the freckles off him.
A charter has been granted to the
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern
railroad. It is to run from Sapulpa to
Wills Point on the Gulf of Mexicc
Robert McReynolds, while digging
for bait the other day, unearthed a
man's skeleton and fifteen dollars in
coin. This happened in Logan county.
Judge Mr.Vtee jabbed a collar and
an extra shirt in his valise the other
night and took the train to Mackinaw,
Michigan where he join Governor
Rev. A. V. Francis made an address
on silver in Oklahoma the other night.
The territory minister must also be
something of a statesman* or he will
not be in it.
The Chickasaw officers have a large
force of men cutting all unlawful
fences. They began at the east«|ine of
the Nation and are working west, and
are now camped at the Frank Byrd
pasture on Blue River. They say they
will cut ull fences not hog tight and all
pasture fences not lawful. Some par-
ties are leaving here with hands to
take down their pasture fcnces between
here and Blue River.
Warrants have been issued for Chas.
Allen, a deputy sheriff, and Benjamin
Yandeworth, George Huff and Wil-
liam Fox, three of his posse, who en-
gaged in a light with John and Dick | caj Association, Buffalo,
Willett and William Henderson, in
which Dick Willet was killed and John
Wlllet and William Henderson serious-
ly wounded near Sheridan three weeks
ago. The charge was preferred by
relatives of the Willctts.
A Philadelphia critic, speaking of a
prima donna, says; "Wo hang upon
every note." This is a proof of the
lady's remarkable powers of execution.
hut it tskes out the conn, and what a consolation It
l : Mukea walking a pleiimire. trie, at druagUts.
One may live as a conqueror, a king
or a magistrate, but he must die as a
To Cleunse the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
billions, or when the blood is impure or
sluggish, to permanently cure habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys and
liver to a healthy activity, without irrita-
ting or weakening thom, to dispel head-
aches, colds or levers use Syrup of Figs.
The show-window of a certain cor*
set-maker exhibited a singular instance
of illiterate dictation. On a card ap-
pears the following sentence; "All
kinds of ladies stays here.^
<• «•'* Cough Ititlanm
In the «1do t In-Kt, li will lireak up a Oold qalckm
than aajrthlag •!>* It Is Always wlliw* Try it
Castle Hill, Mo., has three citizens,
brothers, named Allie. Ellhu and
Elidad Frank, whose combined height
is exactly 21 feet.
If tlie Hub? in Cutting TsstB
Be sure and use that old *nd wcll-lrled remedy, MM.
Wuuu.ow nttootHi.su STRUP for Children Teething.
Emancipated Woman (1000)—I want
Lawyer—What is the matter?
Emancipated Woman—In lqoklng
over my husband's papers, I find that
he spells Woman with a small w.
A string tied to* a gift is a great
drawback to charity.
Taking the cents of the meeting-
passing around the hat. ,
Millions of men keep asking for stimulants be-
canso the nervout Hysteui is constantly irritated
by nicotine poison, t'hewinj; ' r smoking destroys
manhood and nerve power. It s not a habit, hut
• disease, and you will Und n guaranteed cure ln
No-To-Bac, sold by Druggists everywhere. Book
free. The Sterling Remedy Co.. New York City
The book agent frequently has more
brass than the man who travels for a
A man generally leaves no stone un-
turned when he goes out in the fields
looking for bait.
FITS -All Fit* stopped f roe by Dr. Kline's Oresft
jwJToltestorer. N<> Kit., after t he Urn -lay's u*«.
Marvel..u .< ures. Treatise and <2 trial t>ot tie free t
t it caactt. >icud to Or. Kllue.Wl Ai ehat.,l*hlla.,rifc
It is the experience of all conduc-
tors that strange things come to pass
"Hanson's Mafflc Corn Salve."
.rranteil to euro or money lefuiulod. Attk you*
drutftflst for It. Pi Im II MMb
DO YOU EXPECT
To Become a Mother?
so, then permit us
to say that Doctor
indeed a true
/) ••Mother's Friend,"
/I!l FOR IT MARKS
^ by preparing the
system for parturition, thus assisting Na-
ture and shortening " Labor." The pahiful
ordeal of childbirth is robbed of its terrors,
and the dangers thereof greatly lessened,
to both mother and child. The period of
confinement is also shortened, the mother
strengthened and an abundant secretion of
nourishment for the child promoted.
Stud twenty-one (21) cents for The Peo-
ple's Medical Adviser, 1000 pages, over yjo
illustrations, giving all particulars. Sev
rral chapters of this great family doctor
book are devoted to tlie consideration of
diseases peculiar to women with sngge
tions as to successful home treatment of
Address, World's Dispensary Mcdi-
" " <, n. y.
Lawyers are men who work with a
will. Doctors often put them in the
way of it.
^rs w M o —
Positively Cured with Vegetable Remedies
Have cured thousands of cases. Curs cases pro-
nouncud hopeless by bet* pbyMclun*. Kcom Hrstdosa
^ y III |. t< .111 . il I nit | > [ >eti 1 : in dSfS Si ISMl two thirds
all symptoms removed. Send for'roe boos testimo-
nials «.f miraculous cures. Ten days treatment
freo hy mall It you order trial send 10c in stamp*
t.., mi s \ ->>s <• Atlanta,Gs.
If you ordor trial return this ndTertlnement to B
William Crittenden and Hen Craven
two noted thieves, escaped from jail
Sunday morning. A woman was
placed under arrest Sunday evening
for aiding the men t-> emape« An iron ^
bur was sawed in two, which made a j
hole large enough to permil the men to
go through. A large posse is in pur-1
suit of the men, and it was rumored
they came upon tnem in the western
part of Noble county Sunday night.
Craven and Crittenden were bound
over by Judge Tebbeya for grand lar-
ceny, the men having been charged
with stealing a large bunch of cattle
in the Osage country a few days ago.
There are large rewards for the cap-
ture of both men.
For some reason the baseball fever
in Oklahoma did not catch until latef
and it bids fair to continue with fer-
ocity until frost.
It is likely that Tom Irwin is so of-
fended at the rutle things the news-
papers said of him that he will never
return to the territory.
That free home movement appears
a long time reaching the home plate.
Miss Moflitt, that gay girl who ma-
ligned the territory in Boston, will
please take notice that missionaries
lire treated better in Oklahoma than
I in China.
1 cure the morphine and whisky habits un-
der a positive guarantee for <6 the tobacco
halr.t f.c f2 PrOOf Of OUTS NBt(TOOOO N L«Mt
Kridorsed by three postmasters In the state of
Texas Address B WILSON, Una, Texas.
to Its Youthful Col
\V. N. I'm- WICHITA—VOL. H, NO. 34.
f\GADE,My OF THE SftCRtD HEART
Tho • ourw of Inktra. tlon Iu thU Academy, condu"*«d
fry Oie 1(fI!i(I<'U« "f the H«< i«d Heart, embraces the
wh .ls ramcf of nahjecu u4cm. ary to constitute a solid
and rsflned education. rroprle*y of deportment, per-
sonal ne*tn«s« and tlo- principle* of morality are olv
Ject« of uii' e\.|iiK a't.'iiiion K*ten l*e grounds f.
.'(.(ti the pupil, every facility tor uneful bodily exer-
• II,. 'heir health I* an ohj© t - f constant (ollcltude,
• nl In «1<-kne > they are attended with maternal car*.
I hi to 1 in i.ens 1 ueiday, hept 3 1. K r further par-
reti -« .'Htiiut,
At<]<-in > Murrrd HeiiM, St. .loaepli, Wo,
II ? What? ,Thnt "tho
1.1)1 UKII AT LDillSBOKti, H WSAS,
ants Fe and Hock leland.
On the I V a*<J Mo. P It K
N! tv.l*|> lipl
gulf of Mexico." Twamley is a
II. (I. Fast of Waukomus, advertises
that the man who stole his horse and
papers publishing words of ehuer ami I left n inferior pony in iN plaeo can
encouragement. The Oklahoma pa- K>'t the pony und a liekinjf by commu-
pers have now begun to ilo that thing. ! ideating with him ut once.
outlaws ere ex, Kufa-1 K<1.e Ollstra,, one of the brightest]
la. I. T., Monday rode Into town and I of Oklahoma lady editors, banks on
were met by Deputy Marshal Johnson ' the poor roads keeping out the bloom-
single handed, lie covered theiu with [ or tHI' l.incoln county.
it Winchester and held them ut bay ; Nettie Dupov of Oklahoma county,
till Deputy Sheritf Weeks of Hancock wunl, gct rld Mr Dupov, and has
0. T., and his possi- rode up. The | the divorce lawyers to go An up to date territory hotel keeper
gang were completely surprised, they | aju,a(1 i has purchased Zyp Wyatt.s breast
evidently being under the impression [ plate to use alternately as a sieve and
they would have no trouble in making The Waukomas Wizard arises in the I tom-tom.
a raid. The\ were disarmed and all Ilabel of denunciation..defamation and i
proved to be men wanted They will derogation long enough to remark , The insurgents in ( uba have sus-
1.e taken to I'ort Smith to answer in timidly that Zyp Wyatt was ahva.vs a |>ended war-fure to wait to sec what
the I'nited States court for their dep- gentleman when he came to trade at that big mass-meeting in Oklahoma
redutluns. 1 that town. 1 wiu do-
l;ure for outlaws—statehood.
Misses liureh and Rodman, two so-
ciety young ladies are making a tour
uf the territory on bicycles.
Just as yours will be if
you continue using poor
makes wash-day as easy as any other day. Lessens
the labor, makes the clothes white, and does no dam-
age. Thousands of women say so—surely they are
not all mistaken. Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank Company, - St. Louis.
n mni iriirrrtmnnr
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Whorton, Lon. Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1895, newspaper, August 22, 1895; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc162014/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.