The Herald. (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1901 Page: 3 of 12
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THE ORLANDO HERALD, ORLANDO, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. JULY. 26, 1901.
Still continues hot and dry.
John Murker left on the night train
for Elreno to register.
Albert ymith left lor the new
•lames Unwin took a load of goods
to Perry tuesday.
Oeorge Sego went to the Capital
tSaill Reed - pen t two or thiee days
ill our town Hie first s( the week.
Nathenal Colrick (bel'er known as
shorty) left tuesday for Elreno to
FARMEllS li.vNii Will s II you a
draft ur loan yon money or lake care
di your deposit
If yon have a baby in vnur house
you will wi-h tit know the best way
lO Check any unusual looseness of Itie
bowels, or diarrhoea so common to
small children. (). P. M. Holliday,
of Deining, Ind. who bus an eleven
months' old child, says': "Through
the mouths of June and July our
baby was teething and took a run-
ning off of the bowels and secknrss
of the sloniBCbe. His bowels would
move from five to eight times a day
I had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic.
Colera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the
bouse and gave him four drops in a
teaspoonful ol and he got better at
once.'1 For sale by
E. E. Crwuiau,
HOPE AND WISDOM'
Both are contained in Cbeathams
laxative ("hill tonic Tablets Ti y them
25 cents No Cure No Pay,
A L. Cocuium and I'. •)
wenl to Elieno to regis Lei ao.l retur-
ned liouie iiiouduy.
PrEtty toijoh to scratch
or a living and releif also Huiits
Cure will Cure' you of Itch letter
Meagher Ringworm Itching pi lee. Eczema
Guarantee! bv all healer^.
Ur Bailey and His daughter Unuita
Bailey of Eilsburry Aio laitier and
Mister ot Mrs C,F. Howe uhu e n ►nu-
ll ) i u a visit will) Mi and Mis Howe
U.S P.O. Orlando O">»a Jul V. 1.1901
Letters remaining ill Hit- "ttice unca
lied lor July I. I HOI.
Mrs. M.M. Freeman.
E. P. Williams.
Herman !"?tllegel of lVuiple 1 eXtts
came over from Elieno iilesilay" l«r a
short stay and look the iilgUt lialn
W. H. Jackson.
Mrs, E.G. Anderson,
\V hen calling for the above letters
George James and Ge.ige Low and please hbv advertised.
several oineis Irmii ineir community
slalted tor Elieno to register id many
Many t lioM'inds have been restore
.Mrs. Pearl .Sole came up on llie t,» titfMliti and happiness by the use of
evening train eunday on a visit wuti (Jhaintier Iain's Colic, Ctilera and
liei p.ueiiis M and Alls 8. l.Kolierre Diarrhoea Remedy. If att'licied with
Jelin H. Otfle
returning Home tue^ilay .
E. M. Campbell, late of l ainptieli,
low a, and Ills dauguler, have oeen
Vleltiug his brolliei, \V. ti. CaUipOeli,
■ luring the past Week, i hey cuine
heretiom Portland, Oregi
ttiey have been tor the nasi six uioiiin.
W. H. Campbell went to i\ ingtishcr
today to attend Hie meeting ol llie
Hoard of Trustees ol Congregational
Home Missionary 8 icieiv ol the
G. L. Cockrum and Charles Buhl
broilier and blether inlaw of A.L.
C icU U • ol llardland .Mo »ie ..ere on a
visit with M r a no Aiis A.l. Cock i tun.
Mrs Ur S.F Frame of Augusta' Kan
anv throat or lung trouble) give it a
trial for it isoertain to pove itencli' ia .
C 'Uiihs tkat have resisted all other
treatment for years, have yielded In
■ I Ilia rellledy and perfect health been
restored. Cases that seemed hopeless
w here (lint ttie climate of famous health re-
sorts failed In hem-tit, have, been per
iiianeiitly cured in its Use. Bear in
mind ihht eveay bottle is warranted
and if it does no piove beneficial the
money will be refunded to yon. For
sale by E. E. Cowman.
FIR^T PUBLISHED. July. 5. 1901
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE at Perry. (). T.
JULY. 1 1901.
Notic- is here by given that the foll-
owing named settler lias filled notice
is here on a viait. with friend, she <(f in,l(, m„ke (niM| |ir„of
mi been to Elreho to r gisler and
sloped over on her tvay home.
T. H. Honeybtis and .1. H Crow
lefi for Elreho t i register
in support of tier claim and thai said
prool will be ma e befote (he Register
and Receiver, of the U S Land Office
at Perry. O. T. on August 15. 1901.
viz Anna L. Shoemaker. H. E. 5226.
For the Lots 1 and 2 in Section. 34.
I'otviisblp. 2(1. Range 2. west,
she nam-8 llie following witiie>see to
prove her coiltinous residence upon
in erest will be protected at any cost and cultivation of said land, viz. •
Barney. J.Tucker. L"vi. Conimiugs
. V11 i I e in Gniiri • tuesday we h td D,. Kcl< ley. G. Sharp, Robert. Low.
the pleasure of enjoying a visit with „|| „f Orlando. O. T.
II >n J,J Boles Registei of itie U. S
land otlice at his otlice and he presen
led us with an atHcial I'roclaiuaiion
of i'resadeiit Mckiuly opening the
Kiawa and Commanclie country s^nt
direct to him by the President.
wed ueail .iy
FARMERS BANK is thorough^
wired witii the witherall burgler
alarm system and also carries full liine
ot old line burglar insurance giving
depositors every assurance thai their
ALBERT. H. BOLES. REGISTEI!
cures all skin diseases in all its vari-
ous forms. No internal treatment
necessary. Failing, money returned
Keeping with the weath-
er we will make warm
REMEMBER THAT we ARE
UP TO DATE IN ALL HARV-
EST SUPPLIES.,* ,•* ^ ^
All summer dress goods will be
closed out at a big discount.^ ,«s
SUMMER CLOTHING MUST
GO A GOOD SUIT FOR $5.10
YOURS TRULY. ^
W. H. HOWE. & CO.
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The Herald. (Orlando, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1901, newspaper, July 26, 1901; Orlando, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405062/m1/3/: accessed November 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.