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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 January 1896

i.iv tnn wan sttvMKii THEtlERALD' i. THE LANGST05 CITY HERALD. THE HERALl 'liPaifalWlth ProgtJ-ssiv'o Mom, MMd KuSVia Cfcc andaukttd , n ita, :. r alia FitteTercnee. j'JINfniR nilh (..Yuattro L'j 1 I 'Bl ii'iP, Mrti V(nlttiir. nnd GLIDES OVER THE MMr.lktliifi, 1(1. I mm .r !' y PRtftERVATtON- ,()f Iritlrr.YdrVlMiici it tsf.Jttv .nan mritv M flu fcrfiHiw y 3qiortrui2, ruthcrtu MriicM rtt ttetHoa . The Henm or the !, i PRICE; SEE OUR AD' ON PAGE 2. WITHOUT PEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE" SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS' t VOL. V; LANGSTON OITY 0. T.. SATURDAY JAN 13th. 1890 NUMBER .HO f iki ft ! t S ? . A LAMSTOR CITY HERALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSUAY V SUVAKT. & . A WTO. ProuftMM and PnomrroB. SUBSCRIPTION RATHB. On Copy One Year ni.BO. On Copy Olx Month 76 On Copy Thr Month . . .po. ftVTAdTntltlUK luut tnftto fcaowp upoit evllcatloi. Collection aMdtharCfrorr xontb. For-im advertlaementa ni'jst e pal for In Mvance to Insure tholr laaertlm. Utt...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 January 1896

,r o s-THp ,k -r fT,f r, t r,sjwc' -V '? I., ! . Vi U H F !' ; fo bs i: t t UtMSTON CITY MOULD. LAJHwrovarr, OCLA. 0ftLAMUXA AKff IVtHA TTMHtTH 1 I. 1 i Thtrf I famine ot coal (a mtwI f lh Cherokee atrip town. OkUhoraa n done all It can do. It will novr wait on eotiirres. In an Oklahoma pajvsr th HI tor (peaks of "low-mMnl(fhUw He ws frrobubl thlnklnif of hljfh noon. Oaring tho preMiit r.nrm 2,319 ble of cotton were marketed In one town In I)fn county. That repre tnl a good deal of ch, Kfflo OlUtrnp atwar manajfr to ktrp her paper up lo a liltfli standard. It I attvsys Interesting, and the best papi-r In Lincoln county. VA Welch of Noble county Is out In Cripple Creek making a fortune a a contractor and builder. He la not digging tor giM and will lov: no inon ry. lllll Doolln I Mid to I living in Mealco having marrld that runaway i(lrl with a wart above her kneo whom (he logan county police once tried to find. There Is a ".fohnnonvllle gold tnlrir." fn the Chlckaaaw nation, A plec? ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 January 1896

i'- .& tv -b ' i IT. LOOKS LIKE WAK. THE GERMAN AND ENGLISH CRISIS VERY GRAVE. . tlreat Britain Ortlrra n FIIbr aminilrnti of irarahlp to lie Made Ready for Any Emergency Tim Tranaranl Incl ilrnt Stlrn Up, the Kngllah War Spirit. LATE NEWS NOTES. Lo.ndo.v, Jan. 0. Xho gravity of tho political crisis hero Is increasing1 in Htcnd of diminishing! Tho nttit'udc of Kmperor William tawattl Oreat llrlt nlu In tho .matter of Dr. Jameson's frcouootl'ng expedition Info-the Trans vaal, upon closer study, seams to havo been deliberate and long mid carefully plnnncd. Tho Trnnsvmil Incident It would appear, was only tho pretext seized upon by tho emperor In order to enter the Held ns nn active oppon ent of Great llrltnlri's policy of ag grandizement lit Africa, nnd her little misunderstanding with King l'rempeh of AshnntI, toother with her support ot Italy's warfare against Abyssinia, nro believed to have been tho Irritating features which finally induced His Majesty to showrhH hand. Tho Brit...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 January 1896

TT WV y 1 ' 1 V' u? ' il I I1 5 I lU fr.'. ' .i'"l Lvwrox City Herald. rtlULISJED EVERY SATURDAY. ' By Tto Herald Pablisbiog Co R. E. Szcwm Editor. Dr. A. J. itro.s, i Mr City Wotxts. Mr. J. W. Walter bought a fine horse, saddle and bridle vejuerday. Go it Walker wo are with on! Mr. Dunlaj) is doing buH jjosb at Stroud' old Btund, call on him when i n town. Put your tock up atWil lard Stapleton's livery stable when in Guthrie and get them ell watered und ted. When in towu give y. Jon es u triul for bargains in groe- cries and get them at rook bot torn prices and cheap for cash ,angton i8 taking on a new life which in duo to the Kegro and cotton. Itseonja that Mina f, has iaid Mips 8. in the shudo, but such is life. Mr. !!. C. wa over laat .Sunday to see Mr J. I. H. on bnsiuews. Call again Mr. H. C. wearealwayn glad to oce you. Wouldn't you like to read h paper that doesn't delight in showing up the bad deeds laid at the feet of our nuoplu and leaving the good ones Jay dormant? ! Kov...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 25 January 1896

s Mi -V.I-'-" u. 'A Uiiwi4 l i LIME TMR OCJUN STKAMM"- THE HERALD' THE LAN GSTOB CITY MILL loarit With Prdgrtneive Ideas, rMtd uy uumnri v;int-rrnrc. hiiiiuuiuv.hu Ilr IVacr. J'lott, rnil I'mvcVrrriK. Glides overthk -r ? Tli Of OppioMldii, liatbcruur HefUMOt-r I'cr l,nfMoi,'lh3Hiuio' Tlio I'rro, i . 4i , 4 m-.mrxp,.n?rVfp imy".ttZZl ess yy , PRICE ; SEEOUR'AD' ON PAGE 2. VOL. Vj ' WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE'FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVt "JUSTICE' , . "h"V &INGI h ,? LANG8TON CITY OCT;.' SATURDAY (JAN. 25lli. 1890 i 1 ! ' A ft I V LANGSTON CITY HERALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSuAY HlKWAltT, & PoDUsncius AIM Alston. PnOtRICTOM. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Copy Ono Yoar , 91.80. One Copy 9lx Month 76 One Copy Tfirco Month So. tWArtVfrllmiiK Halra mute known upon Dpi Ira t Ion. Collection made iho flm of every nonth. ForcUru aitrurtlai-incitU tuuat be paid for In aitranca to Innuro their Innortlon. EntorM at the poatolBca At Laturaton, 0. a aooot.tl L'lHim matter ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 25 January 1896

3 It :4l f Bi u M ?( UNMTOM CITY HERALD. OKLAHOMA AXtl IWIUAW TKRRITORV A Garfield county paper want alt the county cominUiloncrs bouaccd if It cost 1400,000. MIm Flora Gray, who lire on a claim In Noble county, returned home the other clay to find her houae strip ped of all hou&ehold food. Henry Ap I a Mockholdcr In a com pany which make "Dandcrlne," n, compound snppo-ed to be a btcsalnff to the gentleman who It is said uaually ait In the front row. Here Is notncthlnir that will make the average banker feel fine. The pontofllce at Kremlin waa robbed last week and 800 tva taken, tnnt of which money was left by citizens with the tXHtmastor for Kafckccpln(r. The amphitheater, exhibition build inga and Improvement of the King flaber County Fair association are to be told under the hammer to tatUfyV 500 mortgage. No effort is being made by the directors to clear the debt, though the amount could be easily raised. Oeorce Frank of Fheridan was r rested Saturday night on tra-rant near ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 25 January 1896

JL DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. low HnrcMsfal Farmers Operate Thlt ttrpartmrnt of the Farm -A Fen Hint to the Care of Lira Stock and Foul try. , iffi& nny energy, hero Is tllO I) 111 CO tO 1180 It. If you possess good Judgment, nrc &v I s5 ciircfttl In looking f after details, the " tlnlry needs yon. Any fool ciin't man age tho dairy nnd dairy cnttlo hucccss fully. A high order of Intelligence and executive ability Is needed here. A good many dairymen thlnlc It not a good plan to have tho cows eating , i whllo being milked. It depends largely an to how the cows havo been trained. Cows that aro accustomed to eating while being milked, aro not so much In clined to glvo down their milk ns freely unless so fed. Tho cow Is nn nnlmal that Is largely Influenced by training nnd habit. Any chnngo of ninnsigcmcnt in feeding and milking, affects the milk flow. Dampness In dairy houses' should bo studiously avoided. Dampncr.s pro duces fungoid growth, n...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 25 January 1896

-v n r V 4 "' : ' ar v. V m i ; Langstox City Herald, foilisied evert saturday. Bj The Herald Publishing Go U. E. ,S ton act 'r Editor. Dr. A. J. Autio', J ; ti?r City 3Te-ws- Mr. G. K. C. says that his girl will bo honu oon. The presbyte nans will be- gtOCk IS the fta next week il weather is not . XJV 7ai 6eX too bad. Rev. IIawo-4 litis been in town several days this waek cm bumnus. Km. Brookiijrt left forduth rie on Tuci'day. The Harnett Bros, aro sell ing cheap for cash 'A doors west of postotfice. C5 ive them a call, they will treat you ri-bt. Mr. A. Jones is doing an excellent but-incss at Callark's old stand, call on him when in town. Mr. .1. savs the boys can laugh at him if they wish lut several otlnr put'em hi rode in the came boat last Humbly night. Stiok to it boys and take your medicine like Turks. Say girls, you seem tohavo forgotten that this is Iohjj year. Why don't you give the gent's a call some time. Don't forgot the date. Hou. B. R. Tankorsloyaud Attorney Hale wil...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 1 February 1896

- ". 4kMMMMak UKFHF. OCI-IH STEAHtJt THEHERALD' . 1,11.1 II L ut" ... THE HEFV'l . t tliMlMIS ttllfl (" t ('V I ' . '.( . i- Jirl. ' 1 1 '- 'I iIh.imMh ! V Itt nn PnteST. ' f .i ! I,-.',-' 'I . i I" nnn i'itM V ' ' THE LAN GSTON CITY billed WitttProrwRivo Idw, mrNllf ItllMvt CsJKrwo, and OllMcl (.LIDESOVERTHE lc OrOiiproftion, GolUcrUia Hcfufrri I cr I.ftntt4ii, Tlio Homo Of TIh Free. I -- PRICE; SEEOUK'AD' ON PAGE 2. t II ... M-IIN II I ! I ' VOL. V; WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE KIQHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE." SINGLE V, ' I Ptf, LANGSTON CITY O. T SATURDAY FEB. Int. 1800 NUMHT'T-ti IT V H A I J) w ,"V w ff -4 ') UNGSTON CITY HERALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSUAY 3tkwaut, A Alston'. POBLISHERS AND PrUFMCTORS, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Copy One Year CI BO. One Copy Six Months 7B One Copy Three Month BO. ir Advertising lUtct nmdr known tipoh tipllmtlon. Collection nmrtothpflrt of crer iiontli. Foreign adtwtltrnu-nti lautt bo paid for In advance to Insure their I...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 1 February 1896

Vf n th 1fjfl&ViWr "" T M i t'. mi it M ii't t o y III. .Sf h LH! I' 4 lx r 1 Nl , J ! A ij ' P., 4 "!1' m i ll 1 ... W ft IX IB hl'i? -fc 2 t (; U 14 -;f ill? si PC 1 iJS .ViT s a' K ft lM t k rf if ti if UNGSTON CITY MOULD. LA9T0 CITY, OMJL OKLAHOMA AM) IX III AX TKfkttrTOItr XIMare skipped thirteen cars a)f hay eec day last '. The supreme ctrart of Oklahoma ha -adjKrarned to met February 19, A new Choctaw railroad depot In Oklahoma county wll coat SJ,Xi y dollar In gold ha Wn placed in a nafc la Oklanoraa for premlume. There ha not been a single disas trous prairie fire in Oklahoma o far this fawn. A thief In KlngCabrr county tte a two-gallon can of tero-e. He imi probably figuring tm a bl-6wout. The nearest railroad to Mtnam, the cminty-eal tit Orrcr county. Is at Qttanah, Texas, fifty miles away. With Oklahoma and the Indian Ter ritory in one. it wl.l be the richest Ute erer admitted to the onion. Hill Doolin himself probably wishes that that ratnor in rrgard to his being p...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 1 February 1896

0 THOMAS EWING DEAD THE NOTED EX-KANSAN RUN DOWN BY A CAR. he Arclitent Orcurreit In New ork lie OWm the First Chief .lattice of the Htnte of Kauiitf nnil Iniltimtrlr Connected With the Early Illatnrjr of the Htnte. New YiiiiK,Jan. 3!!. General Thomas kwlng, Jr., ex-member of Congress from Ohio, find first chief jiutluo in Kansas, Is (load. General living's denth was tho ro suit of Injuries received accidentally yesterday, lie hart left his home, In tending to go down town by the clo rated road. As ho reached Third live nuo a cable car passed and ho stepped directly behind it, not noticing that one from the oppmlto direction was ,, right upon him. The ear struck him and threw him back several yards nud he landed upon his head. General Kwlng, who was a member of tho law firm of Ewlng, Whitman & Ewlng of this city, was born in Lan caster, Ohio, August 7, 1820, and was educated lit llrown university, which ' truvo him the degree of A. XI. m 1800. Ho was private hecrctary to Preside...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 1 February 1896

he uecsui cm e.u. I u 13. . LA ( 11 up Lucsim Cmr IIbmuM p ynvumon If n ItnU DaUiikfa i jrv tivi&ra t attriiJiiiUQ .. .. . , ... K. f .fmeT KiUlrX. Vi,A,4, Armm, I ur f City lTe v7S.tim buy cl th pVn in ilicitytfj Vil - jIlg an& Furni2t' fmrns a tJI.irx a calf for "rvpiricr viirlc ! gowk and notion, cheap fori tRf .(?S' VT S owh, ffiUard StaplrionV U the jiaf:f;to il up your homes vrh:n iu fimbria, m rtita and give him a call. Call on Andy .Units when! f n the city for cheap wwetiKi and hardward. Th Catholic rfohool i. very largely extended, and i do ing a great work in the way of education. Many fvhed anf are in from the country J'atherAnetaux i in cliarc Of thetehool, e visited the rehooJ on IVednwdav and found the houe crowd wl with briiiarit i'tudeut, Jed Iy an excellent curfM of teachers. f Thoe Ihv- that o around the town Miootin ithould lw taken fn hand by th.ir par enfA. Parentw rnut ruiein l)er that they are re-jKmHibe lor their children, and -hould e5 that they hav...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 February 1896

Mt.r. Til KOOH'UtT 81 s- THE HFPJVLDI (51ifiJru wi'h Ccnsurr I'imn" 1'icJmHir, fi, Vlnlrprp unl VMliMlrlliin. vi 1 trvi m v l'ro.Tli PRESERVATION ilf .loll.i'.Tlio Vlrllir, ,ir l.fir. ltd miiu rorttvfiiM ' t&tic rf ,,' LANGSTON CITY HEEALD. PRICE; SEEOUfl'AD' ON PAGf 2. WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, (JR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FplTHE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE." SINGLE COPY LANOSTON CITY O. T SATURDAY FEB. 8th. 1808 NUMBK1U2. gKr Hill 5 (TEN S vol, V; , f H LAMSTOR C1TT HIRALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSUAY 3TtWARf, ft ALSTON'. PtJUMiat AJfB PMMOrraM. SUBSCRIPTION NATES. 0',i Copy One Year. .......... fl.tO. OneCotfvltix MenUMh.'"...7,;;9 OnCyTltrMentt6:.'.... .90. NrAdriftMtiiff KtM Bill known use eetteatloi. CetitrUonsiMSttfcsamnroTei? aoatfc. PoticakJTwilMSMUa)uitbpM tor la edvaaoe t ttMMtf t!itr Imuttloii. Betr4 M the ptrttoMo at Uawstoa. O. T. aa second OMt mmr eUerSm must t in tor the Hsre:. act later ttan Mo4r. All those ssaSliur a QorrospondancA wUI plMfto rnbfr, that brevity is...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 February 1896

' n. V u t . . v; .....r .- ,i4yPrs ,v '- -wJJH? r . .- "' ' i' IS 1 m I ix un. m. ir ns to I LANQSTOM CITY 1ERALD. LANSnOV CITY, OKLA. Dr. Jameson evidently did not cor rectly diagnose the Doer's case. When It comes to buffeting the waves ot time, man would rather be a fog horn. The flour output for 1895 was 10,581, 000 barrels, tho largest over mado by (00,000 barrels. j Gladstone's successor ns tho Grand Old Man hasn't lifted his head above the horizon yet. England Is making a tremendous naval display; and so did Spain In the day of the Armada. Kov. Sam Jones Is now preaching on "How to Get Thoro and How to Stay There." Ho certainly knows. Prof. Dycho, tho distinguished nat rtrallst, Is entirely self-taught. When 13 years old ho had not yet learned tho alphabet. Cuba's tobacco crop has been greatly decreased by reason of tho war, Mil there seems to bo no diminution In Ha vana cigars. Tho consumption ot milk and cream would be greatly Increased It It could bo delivered In n ptiro ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 February 1896

T 5 X I -t ft "1 .' Utmost Crazed. fHOUGHT HER CHILD GOING TO DIE. WAS CAT'S FACE SHRINKS. ' ' A DISEASE WHICH MADE IT LOOK QUEER. tfce TerrlMe Ordeal ef Mother Little alrl Almost rilid Awr- Sereit In the Nick of Time A Story that milt Touch til Heart of fctar Mother. From the Journnl, Detroit, Mich. A very grateful mother li Mr. A. I HurtncM, of fit U randy Avenue, De troit, for the wondei rut. cure which her daughter has recefved by the Ufa of Dr. Williams' Pink rills. Said Mrt. Hartncss: "Yei, my dnuRhtor'a Ufa lias been saved by using Pink I'llW, thanks to a kind friend who recommended them to me. "Blanche wan sick for over three years. She had the care of the best physicians procurable, and no expense or trouble was spaied to rive her rcllof. She was so thin that she was fairly skin and bones, her digestion was out of order and she had the inoit awful head aches. Wo gave up all hope of her re covery. Her long, thin, listless face made me nearly half crazy, and wo did every thin...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 February 1896

,xr-7 ' 4h y . it IV iV r'H In J ht A ivt t 1 ,'t j i ? !1 1 ,! IH t IT lANto.M (.IH libRALI), rOHlSMtlimf SITOIMI. Bj Tie HfnwTtWlsIni Co H. E .Stvaj Dr. A. J. Aitov, ' Editor. .ViumwWallae.o aud Stwwart were with ,. lnat Sunday. The farmer are. tnruing the soil cm every html. Our City School oiwiied on Monday with Mis Liwie Slaughter in charge. Miss 1E. Wheeler has jiuH returned from Texas ami olr how some of tho boys arv , entiling. The mayor of Langatou it tho proper man to call this Free Homo mass meeting. "Well, then what is ho waiting fori liA.sr.sTox City Okla. Feb. 4th. a. d. 18. Jlr. Editor: Dear Sir, please allow mo npace in your nr that the readers may ? what some of us hh parent iti uuigstou ate doing fur tho rare. Some thought that the Langaton City school was deaa but she is trtill in tho ring. Now the reader may see how J . W. Walker and I have labored to get the school on foot again through liirieultie and trials, we have overcome them ill by having two call loeet i...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 15 February 1896

' THBHERALD' Ml EHE LAMSTOiv an i 1 ftoaded WMhrrcMmMirP Idea, Oli.ilonii u- i'ikIii-IIip. Mnl r. iir fcac. r!tf ana i'eitercnee, ULIDESOVERTHE JMilitlrini With . i -aprot lea. uatktria Hefurwr rcruHMiTwntnm tm riMi M.1rHcv.Tli' " man I'nrtlvf" . wiMiiy J-HJ 'JS3B1 j1n"7. rlj ?i' PRICE; SEEOUR'AD1 ON PAQE 2. WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, HAVri "JUStIc'''' ;.,1f '"""sTnglE f!" "i;t; vt-i j. m-y 8 vol. V: LANGSTON OITV O. T., SATURDAY FKB Ifliu 1890 NUMHKK KEhA i 'j im ' rim v l MNGSTOM CITY HERALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSUAY Stiwakt, Aurros. Pl)M.I8IKBfl AND PnOrftlROItfl, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On Copy One Yaar ... fl.SO. On Copy Six Months 75 One Copy Three Months BO. tAdvtrtlaln Until made known upoti cpllcation. Collections made the flrvtnfavari' nonth. forelcn advertisements mit tw paid for In advance to insula tbalr Insertion. Kntertd at t pceuWBca at UaststoB. U. T. MKwauilhfaw'taaisa' essmeaaammmmmmmmmmmmimMmaaBsam ltii u Jims, art mspw...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 15 February 1896

to Li B '.ft M :im ns 1 II Fa ' ill P. i;t . ifc II LAWtSTON CITY MOULD. lammtom an, OKLA. OKLAHOMA AMI IMHAX TttRHJTOKV It is a fact the Cheyenne and Arap ahoe Indians arc tuakinp great pro gress. Cotton is to be the principal pro duction of thu lllack Jack country this year. Mrs. IMolln says she Is glad Hill Is In prison, as he Is not llkelv now to get killed. Frank Oreer sava the way of the transgressor, as a general rule, is to plead not guilty. The Cleveland county gold fever has broken out in a more violent form than ever before. H mil n..iln mil In lv n ..insider. tlon, Naglc should m-c that he doesn't get out through one. Judge Kemp of the Chickasaw na tion, recently fined h1 m self foi falling to pay a rental to the nation. .... ,. . ... . ... , ' When Dennis Hvnn has anything to , ... . , . J .. .. ! Introduce or to sav. he Is usually the first man on his 'ect in congress. . , . , ... The Oklahoma Mnegar company. . . ... .i i expects to put $30,000 worth of cucura- I , ......

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 15 February 1896

X r 4 . i v t P. A L P l I ' , v, in; . yJ r Sm areata thould Ve froaea ta warm .place, for tlio more rapid the meltlnf of the ice, tho qulokcr the ice cream .freezes. A college aottlomeiit similar to IIull ihouso In Chicago nnil Amlovcr in llos ton is to bu established in Cleveland. Teacher: "Johuny, give me tho namo of tho largest known diamond." "The ace;; To remove pcuch Btaius, soak in milk for fortyoight hours, or rub .with lemon juice and salt. Venezuela miles. contains SCO, 000 square Jletizluo rubbed on on the edges ot enrnot is n sure preventive of moths. In cooking spinach, n grating of nutmeg much improve tho llnvor. i It is well tondd. a littlo vinegar to tho water in which salt (ish h soaked. If a sprig of parscly dipped in vine par is eaten after an onion, no un plcusnnt odor from tho breath can bo detected. A portrait bust of Hannibal, which has como down to us from Itoinan times, represents liiin witli a strong ltomnn nose. l'ngilists say that a blow on tho noso is ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 15 February 1896

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Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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