The Cushing Herald. (Cushing, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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ABE 419 ?—9WCIWC «€I|S.
mat, Tea.. &qpt it-fhe «I
Tbft tken is
Ks art Cttiftj Artwjfiil
early is 4k cmuaf
trsaftb, aad hit* about us:ty
lectflf tiftft. This a as |d|o> tader
aaiitm Mkn< that all
bat u the aw
idd. aad a mat W of hag*
la the direct Ham of the fire,
has apraad ever a arida Iml
is astarated with oil aad
is ao chaaae of stoppiag the
of the the hart The fire is
rapidly aad it is hdieied
that the whale fdd wfll eooa be
to ratmra j A tclephoae a«M| from Gladys,
I have de> j whJefc is the slatioa at the oat^idd,
of this plw j «j the whole of the Keith-Ward
, tract, >alwdf aeeeeal acres aad
vorr had, te • cwotaiaiaf a large aaaaber of nails,
that Cor days , ban beea haraed over. aad it is be-
•*Li2lLe12S I H****1 «>** •°*ne of the wells have
* VKh* | thoagh this is aotas yet posi-
.. | jj tltely detepaiaed.
fearful. ! A* % taaha belnogiag to the Hijr-
aacoths age I £*** <***poay ware boraed. Baaaers
Dodd's KMaey rfbs and'j *«« ««■* ®«t is «wy direetkm. for
that they were help- | the an who otra then or represeat
*1 M^tnthUly say ihtt ihey have j The streets are filled with people,
deae meamre good than all the other '** thoaasadaof them saeapwoa the
M . I have ever takea, , to the field la every tort of .vehicle
*1 have haaa groatly heaefited by < afaot
hay know arbera a ! ield, eoaaeof which areharted uudpr
earth as a safegasrd sgahst Bw.
fiooM Callows have lots of posh, bat
they expand too nneb of it on aaloon
Bad Mood sad indigestion srs deadly
«o good bssUE- Burdock Blood
Mttsrs deetrovs tbem.
Wiaa ia the msa who can (fire a
woaaoa advice without incurring her
A little life msy bs sserifloed to a soddea
attack of croup if you dou't have Dr.
Ifleetrwi Oil on band for the
A thing always seeas* worth mora
if yon waat to bn; it than it d<pes if
yoa waat to sail It.
1 ie eaie Pha'e Oaia far Qwasaptios *ted
■ftMetbise yean so*-Mrs. Taos. RoaaM
Bspisatisst, Nerwtcb, KY..W+. IT.Mt
Home tnea's prospects sro no fine that
they oaa't be seen.
ourma tan vwnoimf.
than white with Ked Cram Bell Bin*
eall large 9 os. package, Smoaa
Kansas City, tiept 1L—The Missouri
state board of mediation and arbitra-
tion, representatives of the national
order of the United Mine Workers, snd
the operatora and miners of district 2S,
comprising Missouri aad Leavendorth
eoaaty, Kens., met here ia an effort to
settle their differences. At the close
of the meeting the miners and opera*
tors were farther apart, the represen-
tatives of the miners announcing that
they did not have the power to enter
into an agreement
The north pole ia almost as hajd to
find as the man who get lost searching
The trouble with moat people who
can't alng la that they doat know it
tmai who NAva tiird it
will n*s no other. Deflaace Cold Water
■Starch has no equal ia Quantity or
Quality-—19 ok. wt 10 oeota. Other
hmads aoahto dilyit d«.
Traveling Fear Veara to Buy fern*.
\ The Baal * Qraenlanrtsra journey
aroaad to Wart Oreaalsad to - got
aouC, «ai will eoMttao tour yan la
a aftUM oxouretoa thara aad book,
aftea* aooofdtag to NnniMb* fuataiatag
B1 Paso, Tessa, Hept 9.—A cloud
burst here stopped the street oar traffic
abaolutely for an hour. Water ran in
the streets a foot deep in many places.
The fiercest storm ever known on the
border accompanied the rain, flail
was piled two inches deep in many
places. The rain and hsll was aceom-
panled by a sand storm, the velocity of
the wind being 40 miles an hour.
A BlaMasas ilntf ameat
Herlia, Hopt 11.—Aooordlag to a de-
cision of the mlaiater of laterlori per*
aoaa guilty of alaation fraada muat pay
the entire aoat of the Invalidated and
the necaadaiy aew eloctlona. By title
pro ocas the majrar of Nletlaban loat hia
aattra fortune of 10,000 marka aad be*
aides was aaat te jajl ,
(: fltoag Koag, Bapt, A
®ao®a^on baa wtm 'POMBC
laaitlng tha ifimMr foretgaeas
ill la Moribed Wtheoomkeaoknwht Of
wlydl *a^ 4 ±k,
«Bdta the aoUastlooof ftui^a Aw tha
atyaaaat ol tho foraiga IfidoMlty.
k UNIVEtSlTV TOE.
pride ef tha iaaiitatisa, Jset <
at aCemdaf BMtfiWt is a aaam
aad twaiag walls.
It waa to base
dayitbaraed. At the hoar aet fnr tha
dedicatoryeawiui aothiag waa left
of the haedaomf baildlag bat the aaao*
ky waits aad the
of what had beea the pride of
Baptist ia the waat
The baildlag, except the walls, which
are daamged, is a total loss. The ia*
sqpaaee on the baildlag is oa|g f99,«
OML TI.is, with 91,000 insurance og
the library, repneaeats the total insur*
aaee. Profeasnr G. H. Crane, princi-
pal of the bnalncas department, lost
about 91,000 worth of apparatus, in-
cluding' typewriters, etc. He iaiaaured
for 9500. Four good, new piaaoa were
lost These belonged to the societies
and some were partially laaaredL
School waa opened at the hoar aet ia
the First Baptist church. Dr. J. D. &
Bigg% preaidcat of the university,
ssid: "Tbf fire has not delayed us a
minute. Of course the fire will Incon-
venience the clasacs aome, but we are
going oa as if aothiag had happeaed."
Daraad, Mich., Sept .—Fire hae de-
stroyed the 000-foot freight ahed of the
Graad Truak aad Ana Arbor railroad
here con earning thonasads of dollars
worth of merchaadise, burned about
ao cars staadlBg ia the* yards, cut-off
telegraph serviee and stalled the trains.
The total loss will be about 9190,00a.
Bat one man was hart, Braheuaaa
Wood boose, whose arm waa broken. It
is alleged that the fire was censed by
a freight haad who threw a lighted
match on the oil soaked fioor of a ear.
Sew York, tfept 10.—A gale has beea
sweeping Lake Ontario fma the. west
aad paralyzing passenger traffic, aays
a Baeheeter dispatch to the Tribune.
Oaly tha largest , stcaaaera hare beea
able to put out, and they have had
some excitiog experience. The storm
dame fast aad furious, and caused the
most trouble to hundreds of tourists
who, flocking from the Csaadiaa Takes,
are an the north shore ports, unable to
reach home except by train, which
means a roundabout trip by way of
Cot Vaa Bora EeeCeaevess.
Kansas City, Sept 11.— Amid cheers
from a demonstrative and well pleased
audience. Colonel B. T. Van Horn was
nominated on tha first ballot by the
Bepnblicans for congressman of the.
Fifth diatrlct Mr. Van Horn, who
haa represented the district in congress
five different terms, acoeptod tho nom-
ination in a abort, terae and able
WsOM Btpel BaaMstunen.
Pckln, Sept IX—Paul Ltsaaar, the
Busaiau minister here, haa adviafd the
Buaslan commandcr In Manehurla that
tha pfceenee of foreigtiera la Maa-
churia during tha military occupation
la olOeettooable, aad he la direetad to
expel the British imperial ouatoma
employee who may ba aent to Mis-
churia to rcautne charge of the poetal
Mlnnaapolia. fiopt ll,—doa.
who id charged with extortion aad
eottapiraoy and acting aa go*between
Ifi thO'.^olioe oorruptloa aaaea, Waa
ArrslgBM on three Indietaeata had
ralaoatd. ob •,900 hall Eo waat to
tha dart room
oa whtoh ho artifad from Moataaa la
aeitody of a deputy sheriff.
thtm For Orarlaa
MDasa Maa Pntaaao:-
with iafiaauaatioa of tho
and paias which amw ceo 4
Una who base had tha
doctor amd tha druggist 1 wssaimply
a walkiag madlriae chest aad f lribys-
isal wradc. My sister rwddiag ia Ohio
me that she had beea eared ol
trouble by using Ljdte &
• We Vegetahlo Cobb*
Bound# and advised axe to try it- I
then discontinued all other aaedielnra
aad gave year Vegetable Ooaiponad a
thorough trbl Within Hoar weeks
nearly all pabi had left ma; I rarely
had headachea, aad my nervee weeeia
a mach better conditioa, mad 1 was
cured la three moatha. aad thla avoided
a terrible aargieai operatioat — Mas.
Ecu Bmuaoi. at do. State-Bt,
>aH Lake City. Utali f*m*
eoHUaOjr lavMoi te «Hta l j
S / A 1
■ B oaa be aceaiwd br all
W the country or aaullar littaa tt
taw same bmlaess tor thinr-oae nam
aafl Inra tirn million misiaiaa Ova
ssts then mouajr, wbv sot your
tnaat It not scad IS eeata te pwUsUr
Montgomery Ward 4> Co.
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Rendall, William J. The Cushing Herald. (Cushing, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1902, newspaper, September 19, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc269180/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.