Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 26, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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After people have raised a baby thev
think nothing- of waking up two or
three times a night.
When anyone over thirty years old
attempts to go on an excursion, the
authorities should interfere.
An old fashioned woman's remedy
for everything from a heart to a back
ache is a mustard plaster.
In the garden and small fruit plot
use a line to make the rows straight.
What has become of the old fash-
ioned dog named Watch?
Virtue may be its own reward but
there is more money in selling gold
Whenever a man persuades you to
lend him money you are apt to get
stuck on his persuasive ability.
The New York pastor who raked in
over ®2.<>00 last year from wedding fees
evidently doesn't consider marriage a
wonderful fleet under
Could Give Rattle to Any European Na-
tion and Come Out with Color* Fly-
lug Two Hundred and Forty Four
Uuua In All.
It is well to remember that a peunv
will jingle with a tin suspender but-
Our American Policy.
The policy of this country regarding
foreign complications seems likely to
remain conservative. The Monroe doc-
trine will be sustained, but patience
and prudence in official quarters will
restrain public opinion. The wisest
and most prudent course for the rheu-
matic and the malarious is to use llos-
tetter s Stomach Bitters.
The scorcher usually possesses a ro-
1 he relations of a man'., wife
expect more of him than he exn#
After a man has expressed his
ion he often wishes he had patn
a slow freight.
Every man who has been ma
over five years has a sneaking kii
hatred for the word "honeymoon.
Manslaughter is a penal offense
If you lose vour vitality you t ,The functlon t0 be performed by
get-it back ina'wivk's treatment. Commo<l<"'e Schley and his flying
squadron at Hampton Roads in the
When a man's business runs <1. naval campaign to be waged by Uncle
tlie sheriff comes along and wiiuflam against Spain sis planned by the
strategic board of thf1 navy depart-
ciro ♦i.o roent at Washington is a very impor-
itv -in 1 h > will l " Un 'i ant one* The commodore has at his
.t> aa,l he w.ll make a chump of h.0Inman(| (he cream ofAmerlcft.s
Ighting ships, says the Philadelphia
The newly married couple w^mee °f May 7. With them he could
think they can exist on love in a e<* short notice strike a blow at any
tage will wake up some morning aJ Spaln'B Atlantic possessions which
find the rats leaving the place in diou,<1 l)e Paralyzing in its force. He
gust. ,uld M well concentrate his fleet at
iy point along the Atlantic coast that
When a woman goes out to an aftelght be threatened by Spanish bom- I
noon reception and fills up on strawTdment and invasion. He could if
berries and cake, she goes home anCessary hurry to the assistance of
gives her husband and children an awmiral Sampson before Havana and
fully tough supper. nforoe the blockading squadron be-
_ . 7~ . e any attack could be made upon it
netic full of life, nerve ami vigor, take No-To-Bhort, occupies with his ships the
strong!"6 ln Atlantic field
tee.i. Booklet ami sample free. Addresa&ction and is bound to be called
Sterling itfini-.lv 1-.. '•Iiti-uunor Ne York. 0 t0 engage In the first battle Of
About the best way to get even withortance thlU ls 'ought here. On
a man is topay what you owe him. • therefore, the attention of the
Ti can people will be centered. His
Beauty 1h Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Capcarets, Candy Ca-
thartic cleans your blood and keeps it
lean, by stirring up the lazy liver end
driving all impurities from ihe body. He-
gin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotch-
es, blackheads, and that sickly bilious
complexion by taking Cascarets, beauty
for 10c. ah drngglate, satisfaction guar-
anteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Repentance is often confounded with
a determination not to get caught
We will forfeit $1,0,to if any of our pub. >n will Indicate more truly than
lisbed testimonials are proven to be not other symptoms the approach of
genuine. Thf. Piso Co.. Warren, Fa. gjs
The revival of glass-making at Ven- , Present position he stands
ice occurred in 1838. v M the defender of the Atlantic
line. His two scout ships, the
•££ tAru?v M. iKKMi eapolls and the Columbia, have
(Teethii.K r.rw.ierHi are ihegreat. st blessing engaged off New England in pat-
to Teething Children that the World has ever g the course of the Paris. Thev
known. 1 have used them two years, and '
my baby would have hardly lived through not lost sight of their primal
his second summer if I had not used these jn this particular assignment,
powders. May Clod reward him for the good I
he has done teething babies through this
No woman ever gets enough religion
to love her rival.
If manure is applied when the tree
id set out be careful that it is thor-
oughly incorporated with the soil.
About two-thirds of the bread cast
upon the water is not returnable.
he Paris not been expected to ar
hey would still have spent the
eek engaged in some such work,
will continue in the next fort-
Hinless some more active duty
*s on the same line and will
^he warning to their fellows In
tisapeake of the approach of any
force upon any portion of the
in a battle where the larger ships
would be powerless. She completes a
most remarkable squad.
Outside of a battle in the vicinity
of Havana the squadron does not look
for any severe actions in the near fu-
ture. A bombardment of any of the
northern ports would be attempted if
at all by a comparatively small num-
ber of Spanish ships. The approach of
the American fleet would doubtless
drive them off in speedy retreat
The possibility of an attack on Span-
iss possessions is the only other likely.
Porto Rico might become the object
of atttack and attention might even
be distracted to the Canaries. Neither
seems to be more than remotely pos-
sible. This work will devolve, should
it be decided upon, on Schley's fleet,
and an attack on Spain itself would be
led by them.
The new squadron under Commo-
dore Howell, which will relieve Schley
of the work of defending the coast, is
also a strong fleet. Its duty will be,
in addition to defense of the coast, the
destruction of Spanish commerce on
the high seas. The San Francisco and
the New Orleans will be the main
flghting ships in the squadron, while
the Oregon and Topeka will doubtless
be added to it when they are home
ready for service. The liners—the St.
Paul, the St. Louis, the Harvard and
the Yale—are four more of Howell's
boats, while the Panther, the Badger,
the Yankee, the Dixie, the Yosemite
and the Prairie complete the list.
The new ships of this auxiliary fleet
are most interesting. The New Or-
leans was the former Brazilian war-
ship, the Amazonas, while the Topeka
was formerly the Diogenes. The others
were all transatlantic liners.
The following list of the fleet will
be most interesting.
Ship. Former Name. Class. Guns.
San Francisco !Cruiser *12
New Orleans Amazonas !Cruiser *12
New YorP Cruiser
El Nord Cruiser
ALASKAN INDIAN WOMEN.
They ltuve Artistic Ability Despite Their
The huge, expressionless face of an
Alaska Indian woman shows but little
evidence of any ambition or ability to
perform even the simplest features of
domestic art, and yet the skillful and
artistic results of the handiwork of
these untutored aborigines is much
sought after by the tourists who visit
their villages during the summer.
Moreover, though the women are all
fat and lazy-looking, their lives are
not uninterrupted case, notwithstand-
ing that their needs are few. Abund-
ance of fuel is all about them, and
food, which with them is synonymous
with fish, swims almost to their doors.
But the procuring as well as the pre-
paring of this food is all accomplished
by the women. During the summer
they leave the villages and towns for
the islands in less frequented waters,
where they camp for weeks at a time,
catching and curing the flsh for winter
use, while the men lazily watch them
or paddle and canoe, or otherwise
If an Indian's wife is in ill health
or too old to work he marries another
younger wife, usually a relative of the
first one, who is expected to provide
the food, while the first wife cares for
the house and children. Fish and ber-
ries furnishing almost the only food of
these people, the women have little
scope or ambition for developing culin-
ary art, but in matters of personal
adornment they take keen delight. Dur-
ing the long, dark winter they weave"
beautiful blankets and baskets for
their own use and to sell. The blank-
ets are made from the strong rough
wool of the wild mountain sheep. Yet
some of these are as soft as silk, and
in beauty of coloring and Intricacy of
design rival the oriental rugs and
hangings. It usually takes a woman
six months to complete one blanket,
but many of them sell for prices rang-
ing from $50 to $200. The much-
sought-after, genuine Chilket blanket
is about four feet long and two and
one-half feet wide at each end. but as
one side is pointed, the center is a foot
wider than the ends, and on this side is
ornamented with a 10-inch fringe.
These are worn In the dnnce. thrown
around the shoulders, with the pointed
fringed side hanging down. The de-
sign is grotesque, consisting of conven-
can be driven in or driven out. Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
drives disease out of the blood. Many medicines suppress
disease cover it but don't cure it. Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
cures all diseases oriKiniitinn in impure blood by purifying
the blood itself. Foul blood makes a foul body. Make the
blood pure and the body will be sound. Through the blood
Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures eczema, tetter, boils, eruptions,
humors, rheumatism, and all scrofulous diseases.
" Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla wa.^ reoonynended to me by mj
physician as a blood purifier. When 1 began taking if 1 had
risings or boils all over my body, but one bottle cured me. I
consider I>r. Ayer's Sarsaparilla the best blood medicine
made."—Bonneb Cuaft, Wesson, Miss.
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In addition to helping out the wheat
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When a couple art' matched, hut not
mated, it is a sort of friction match.
Men are becoming so shiftless that
you often find jobs looking for men.
Every time a girl falls in love she
declares all former attachments coun-
The season is rapidly approaching
when the girls will get up wading par-
ties with nti air of dreadful mystery.
The revival of colored glass window
making in licmany. France and Fug-
land oecurrrd between lv.'O ami is:'/.'.
At a restaurant it is safe to trust the
creaiu jug in front of only a very few
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If the future ha-, been carefully pro-
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who .s old enough to do the work for
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MeanwU four big flghting en-
gines, theklyn, the Texas, the
Massachu^and the Katahdin,
have noth do but wait develop-
ments. Tuition continue
until the ii)t being organized for
Commodor®ii is ready to relieve
the flying yon of the task of
coast defeiommodore Howell is
ready to r the flying squadron
will never thdrawn a consider-
able dlstairfoeir operation may
include aoitfc at Havana, but as
long as thcthe possibility of a
Spanish atti.y will not cross thef
Atlantic to in any aggressive
The action Spanish forces will
undoubtedly d on the state of
Blanco in Hj. Spain will certain-
ly not abandtg without a severe
struggle. Hi chance of holding
it is to defea\nierican forces in
Cuban watering the United
States precipe Cuban crisis by
invasion and ion her action
will be delay long as possible.
When the tineH for the United
States to strilj a blow Spain's
first idea will divert our naval
forces ho Ulceration will be
impossible. (I this end the na-
val and militates would clash
separately, but| Cuban waters
would still see gt naval engage- ,
ment of conseqi
In such an efent Commodore
Schley would fipominently. Th.-
armament whlcljpt rarrlos is the
most formidable* 8|x vessels in
the American i The Brooklyn
stands first in t of American
vessels, carrying Kung in her
main batteries al|Ue the Massa-
chusetts follows on her heels.
Even the Minnea^d the Colum-
bia hav.> eleven |n their main
batterien and coryery favorably
with the other American
ships. The Katahtpoui'He, is not
iLesTared ln strejy jjer arma-
...ent. She is stillwledged to be
one of tho most t^jngines of de-
struction which i naval con-
struction ha? ev Her turtle
ranr «vo'uM d«rvelous work |
The 1'rcarher Wan I.ate.
The Cherry Street Baptist church
has one of the swellest colored con-
gregations in the city. A great gath-
ering of the church members and many
more outsiders no less fashionable than
they assembled at the church to wit-
ness a very select wedding. Joseph
Meredith Bradford had come all the
way from Washington, D. C., to carry
off as his bride Miss Marie Ixjuise Fon-
tain, of No. 1214 Pine street. Promptly
at noon, the hour set, the bride and
groom appeared at the altar. A ripple
of admiration following the advent of
the bride was succeeded by an embar-
rassing silence. The minister Rev.
W. A. Creditt, was not on hand. The
groom fidgeted nervously, and the
bride, growing as pale as possible,
showed a disposition to faint. Mur-
murs of dismay began to buzz through
the church. Ten, twenty, thirty min-
utes the anxious couple waited. Then
they determined to go elsewhere. They
were leaving the church when sud-
denly the minister appeared and the
wedding went on.—Philadelphia Rec-
An Awful I'oMMlhlllty.
Wandering Willie Great Scott,
pard, y' look all broke up. What's the
matter? Thirsty Theodore (drawing a
deep Blgh)—I went inter that there
blamed drug store and when the clerk
wasn't lookin' I drank a lot of stuff
1 thought was whisky, an' den I seen
by the label that it wuz biohloftdn of
gold. Wandering Willie—Pshaw! Dat
won't kill yer. Thirsty Theodore—I
know dat, but s'pose I shouldn't want
ter drink any more!—Harlem Life.
A (letter Demonatrutlon.
"Newton discovered the law of gravi-
tation by noticing an apple fall from a
tree, didn't he?" "Yes. if he hadn't
been so previous somebody might have
discovered it by seeing a beginner fall
from his bicycle."
Members of a secret society do not
go to a physician for the grip.
Extra work in preparing the soil
adds much to the growth of the plants.
The Baldwin Locomotive works, of
Philadelphia, Pa., have recently deliv-
ered to the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-
road company the last of the large or-
der of locomotives placed last fall.
This delivery included twenty heavy
engines, which are now being broken
in for service between Cumberland
and Baltimore. Thste locomotives an
of the same stylo that the motive pow-
er department adopted as the standard
for the first and second divisions. They
are ofothe Consolidation type, with 21x
2fi-lnch cylinders, and the average load
that they pull approximates 1,800 tons.
It's the early picnicker that catches
A girl always likes for a man's love
to have the engagement ring of sincer-
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
some excellent bargains. Our adver-
tisers are reliable, and send what they
The higher moral imagination en-
slaved to sense is like an eagle caught
by the feet in a snare, baited with car-
rion, so that it cannot use its wings to
Use a strong soapsuds wash to which
a small quantity or carbolic acid has
been added for trees infested with bark
Matter is a greater mystery than
mind. What such a thing as a spirit
is apart from (lod and man we have
never been able to conceive. Spirit
seems to be the reality of the world.
Strass invented the glass that bears
bis name in 1700.
(•lass bottles were :i a c in Brooklyn
In the gar-den. as on the t. better
results in i-very way will I • cured if
a good system of rotation; to! lowed.
It is the authors more t ur.i the dip-
lomats who make na:: >:is U,v • >ne an-
When the grapevine^ a < . :t. put-
ting a few old bom • in the r l.•.< o pre-
pared for them will be bone . - a ".
TIIE PITY OF .MOTHERS,
Daughters Should bo Carefully
Guided in Early Womanhood.
What suffering frequently results
from a mother's ignorance; or more
frequently from a mother's neglect to
properly instruct her daughter I
Tradition says "woman must suffer,**
nnd young women are so taught.
There is a little truth and a great ileal
of exaggeration in this. If a young
woman suffers severely she needs
treatment and her mother should see
that she gets it.
Many mothers hesitate to take thek*
daughters to a physician for examina-
tion; but no mother need hesitate to
write freely about her daughter or
herself to Mrs. Pinkhnm and secure
the most etlicient advice without
charge. Mrs. Piukham's address ia
The following letter from Miss Mai.in
F. Johnson, Centralia, Pa , shows what
neglect will do, and tells how Mrs.
Pinkham helped her:
,"My health became so poor that I
had to leave school, I was tired all the
time, avid had dreadful pains in my
side and back. I was also troubled
with irregularity of menses. I was
very weak, and lost so nnieh flesh that
my friends became alarmed. My
mother, who is a firm believer in your
remedies from experience, thought per-
haps they might benefit me, and wrote
you for advice. I followed the advice
you ga .v, and used Lydia E. Pinkham'3
Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills as
I you directed, and am now as well as I
j ever was. I have gained flesh and have
j a gootl color. I am completely cured of
tionp.lized faces of men and animals ia
pale green outlined with black on *
white ground. Sometimes dull blue
takes tlie place of the pale green, a pe-
enllaritjr which stamps their tennis**
ness is a fine thread or shaving of deer-
skin in the center of each hard twisted
strand of wild sheep's wool yarn, of
which they are made, rendering them
almost indestructible.—Woman's Homo
Ah She t'nilernton<l It.
He—When a man begins to get ab-
sent-minded you may know that he
Is succeeding in business, or, at least,
that he ls devoting all his energies
to it, which, ln the end, must bring
success. She—Oh, James, I'm so glad
to h<*ar you say that. Now I begin
to believe that the future holds some-
thing in store for us. You kissed me
this morning when you went away.
ItiMliuril to FltftirrK.
A Glasgow paper thus analyzes tho
music of the bagpipes: "Big flies on
window. 72 per cent; cats on midnight
tiles. HVfe per cent; voices of infant
puppies, 0 per cent; grunting hungry
pigs In the morning, per cent;
steam whistles, 3 per cent; chant of
cricket, 2 per cent."—New York Trib-
Don't envy the alligator his great
Don't judge the sheriff by the com-
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Don't etpect a man on his uppers to
be a whole-soled fellow.
Don't think the experience of others
often Influences a man's actions.
Don't think that conscience prevents
many men from posing as heroes.
Don't worry about things that can't
be remedied. Make the best of them.
Don't tell a woman that yo.i take
her to be an artist. Judging by her face,
unless you are looking for tro*tf v—
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sembly will be held at beautiful Fo.«
est l'ark, Ottawa, Kans.,
JUNE 13-24. 1898.
The Santa Fe will sell rountl
trip tickets from following- points ou
its lines at
Tickets to be limited to June 27, 180S.
From all points in Kansas, Oklahoma,
and from St. Joseph and Kansas City.
Tickets will be sold June 11, l'J and
13; from points in Kansas from which
one way rate is 94.50or less June 11 '.'4,
inclusive. The Santa Fe is the best
roatl to the park. For particulars ad-
dress nearest Santa Fe atrent or
W. J. Black, Oen l. Pass. A^t.
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Whorton, Lon. Noble County Sentinel. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 26, 1898, newspaper, May 26, 1898; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc162248/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.