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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 26 September 1896

rv ' . . . fr.. ' ,. 1 THE HER AT TV -- " V WWi W ! - LIRE TMKMOOV.niT LiMbWHI aPtaaWaMataawalaaa. T4a. HERALD. THF WF. s 1 i i ii 0 -l IGUfltens with Uonur Up n Trcjllillfn, Moh VlnJopeo nl " Miotoilnii,vit)i Ktrrencr Vrej ln lf rwHi rSMr mid lvraavernniin. GLIDE80VEBTUE PRESERVATION Ot.trtie..ThVrrm 3 l."..l'i I mar rllriad nretamooa f Men RlOr SEEOUIVAD' 6N PAQC . VttthOUT KAR, FAVOR. OR WEJUWgE, Wf ARE IfXm THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE," SINGLE COPY CENTS VOL. VI: LAMOTON CITY O.T., 3ATUHHAY i hi i .SIC FT 20th 1896. NIJMHKIIU3 r i m . i a mi - ata' am t cwarBiw'mr m aw. r 'war aaar war bbbt a warn aw w & m BBBW"warBUB aBrBa"aaum waaa. -wauaw aW-aV a wnaawawawa awaW'-awawaxeai anmamaw' awawn I'U L1 I A VI U'lin, 1! 11III1V LJJ.1J LlA J 110 I U I J I I '""i f4 " ' c jsaaBjBBligiuav-fe. I'-X"..1.; iJrV ii - rwanarr-aae- a - - ' - ,.;. 'mmmmmimmmmmmmBmmmmmBmmnmmmi w 'i-tJw V I V " "' ' F r a v- wMKiTVR VlTT HEnALP ."iiioisstiM and disMtroui flpliti anil . .,.-. ...

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. — 26 September 1896

'jut' ' I'j.'JLLJ&JS-'ljWgii 'dcf&z&aa??i23s hJ It: Mi I IM: Kb t. n ' n '. llv1 9 The Laugston City Herald. LANOSTON CITY OKLAHOMA. Alaska gold li'tnul d tiro returning with tales of vac Instead of tho glit tering metal. Cashier Taylor of Argentine, Knn, has dropped out of sight. So have th tut plus funds of the bnnk. Everybody seems to know Just who.' Havlil II, Kill Is going lo tlotvery hotly hut Davht II. hlinnclf. Tlicio lit u rumur Hint tho power will icmoiiatrnto with tho ntiltnn ovci Iho mnrsjrcr In Constantinople, but It Is not believed Hint thoy will go further thtin to think of lomonstr.ttlng. U Is announced that In tho national licntlriuurlria of ono of tlto political parties no work will he douo on Sun days during tho campaign. This dc parturo from previous custom will not cost that parly a Hlngfe vole, and It will Increase the respect for a manage ment which recognizes tho fact that Mod's laws arc not silent; etcn In the lightings and tumults of a natural c...

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. — 26 September 1896

V, V i NiT i P At what age doe the devil dsvrlop' w.v , m ., ,i u,,y tpiinug on an ether boy's shoes tho other morning, Veoauta they had Just been thlnari, Twenty-four years ago electricity as I mechanical' power was unknown. Kow $800,000,000 Is invested la rarlous kinds of electric machinery. Hand bills and brainiest people are tuok up. I will bo remembered that ghosts always dress like women. Every poor man knows a quick way V get rich. How the undiscovered guilty women lonilcmn tho discovered. There Is a fascination In being a fool. So mnny peoplo do not use their senses. When the Trans-Siberian railway Is comploted In 1000 it will bo posslblo (or u globo trotter to cnclrclo the globe In thirty days. Tho smaller a woman traveler Is, as a rule, tho larger tho satchel she car ries. Till! T.AIUKS. Theplraant clli'ct and nerfcil inlcty with width ladles may uso,Syrtip of Tigs, hnder all conditions, mnUoslt their favor lie remedy. To get the true ami grnulne article, look for the name...

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. — 26 September 1896

, n s ti. hr B ;fl ! ! i! Si ts . Tf'f .-J If ' 4 IfJ' IIS1"" r '! IT K H m . ;i 1? ' f i'lj k , it- Langs on Cirv Ubkau). UtMMf. IjTH KMMhUlikllt& texta A rrsLaMi. at ft!?!. v . nl 4 t Or. A. .1. Aw; t BlUar. .fcXq-wss. - t M prepard to do ell kind ul eewitf for raeti and omt, git a.mQ. . . ' Kettle CerliaW. the baptist will toon cuv plcte their Mon church. Mr, J. I. Haalewood has imn on tb) Hok list for the laatle daps. Mr. F. Gtthftn, Miss Mary Deairlnf aid Mrs Suttla of the Strip waair town Sun dav andftonday. The little daughter of Mr. Anderson Woods diod laat $my morniug aud wnaeu-l tarWl oil Monday. 1e te-1 reaved, family has our heart fejtjympatby, . , t ..,..-.. ' uv v vi ' Bet: John: Mdrity ''will preach at the presbyterian church 'iimorrow, vcry body j cordially Invited . ' Father Anciaoa spent mv eral days in Gulhrle ' thin waft. a more ie on foot rto 'soon erect a general etore in tang Woo. This ie a right move in ibeVlabt direction. Go ahead ttfutleBen wd are With ...

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. — 10 October 1896

"S-" fc t . if1 " .nr y . .. V( ,' 1' f V A f M TRK OOMH BT-latEB THE HER ALP' -HW TTitt.OOX.nAf JCM-- THEHEf A' r ii Qi.i.1 - Gllfitonn with (wMirr V Proindl'D. Wnr. Viol iim nn-1 " MnUillntlnli Wlt Fciveuuv 'rir1a PRESERVATION Oi .Titlr..Tln Vtrttet 'f "?' mnn HftHiriinii l.rothcrrrtM "" wni awT flxa-PaS irWty IM e"VfwvMrwftgMMyf u Wfr MMln IQE; $IOUk W ON PAOC. ,i,-?X77rr :"?t- ' : ! WITHOUT HEAR FAVOR. OR PREJUDICE, WE A afC TUG KKSHT, AT4D ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE." . . , ,., r t . i ' II I I I . I t .. . wrw - i ' ' . . i , i i ... , SINGLE COPY 5 CENiB Vol. yi UWG8TON OITY O.T., OOT. 10fi 1890. NUMBEK2' TTTO LM irbTOi CITY HEKALD. UfinOTESTHI , I ... I I I U I J . , I !:toaBBftilawPoaOwFMaBM. 'MMMpHMMMV Mi4 Jf J s IV A A! h. .4 'I -TC laicstoi cut herald;;;; pu ISSUED EVERY SATlli$att AMraaf. 9m awgacfn W AAT. .o. rrr MaM W aaaafflBn -Vaal wakaTBRal in tar Um HatiU. aet ii aati aaaaawf will iWWaaKha aatii af aaatt atka felat 4aSWCll9ftA a ya mmI to IBM- pcM o im ftMral 1...

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. — 10 October 1896

n -"' 1 y u ,- Tut Laufstor Cfty Herald. LAWOMTON CITY OKIjAHOMA. AHB INDIAN TKMtlTORf A S-yenra-old child of James Con way, living In Oklahoma county, drank cap of lye and only lived a few hour. A Grant county paper says Uint corn which was planted the flrtt nnd tenth of April did best this year in that vl t einltjr. f ltlll Rote, Orange Hates nnd Ilnlpii Cochran, ail charged with larceny, es r raped from (ho Oklahoma county jail tew night ago, , The Cox and Crawford quarrel In Kingfisher county, which terminated In one msnV death recently, grew out of tho qui.nvl of tho men's boya. The wost, proltflc crop possible in western Oklahoma Is tho plc-mclon. 'The ple-mclon in that part of tho conntry spreads llkc'thi Russian this, tie. 9-trW J. V. itejka, representing tho Jed natel Den n I ho a'.Tydennlho llias tele, a Hoheialnn publication of Chicago, is touring the went and is mora thuu de lighted with Oklahoma. r John Hanaro, m, Seminole Inttinn, broke jail at Vewoka a fevr w;cUa ago ...

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. — 10 October 1896

Ar l. X -rtw I I . .( H jl t THE JU-DQE'S, SECRET. 1VER before In tho history of tho 'state had an ndvo- cato at tlio bar niedo such a stren uous to con via jity f tho iMwwncg of the arlaaaer. Many years ago It was thnt tho n o t o it trlnl took placo, but the Bccne all comes back to mo as vividly as at tho tlmo It ocnitired, now that a startling revelation hns recent )y been made, after; tho death of tho Judgo who sat M)0n'the bench. Although not moro than a boy, I wit nessed the trial of Andrew Hastings Vith nore absorbing Interest than any thing else n' my llfo has since awak ened. I remember tho gestures, tho Impassioned face of -Hastings' attorney, Col. Gcorgo Harvey Palmer, and 1 can Almost repeat tho very words ho tit jtered when nddrcsslng the Jury. It was a wonderful defense he mode wonder- Sil how ho fought every loch ot ground, hlle ft chnln of strong circumstantial .evidence was tightening the halter, about his client's neck. His cross-enwa-lonlng of tho state's witnesse...

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. — 10 October 1896

ffSHPWSS"SIT!T.wfipy f' wWyqFp' ' -. 2Z - - - - - vll i.. "U H fcij " u Lm i- tefc LbKJTO CirY-lIlsRALFV Xm UVMHr, rtrtHerilhihiiC a r AtrroN, i tit Dr. A. J. titor. I A' r,wlT.Gep1iftrt Itr potuug o new drees en hi tlOUM. The baptists havo begun to work agalnon ..their .sew. church rtdwill soon flnlh. Hoi, H. K dtnwitrt and Ira. J. Ware were in town last Sunday- . r . IMterary clnb waa organ nea inane rrcBuwiui:uBiVM Friday eve. MtM Wheeler and Mrs. Car. tifto will toon open a Millin ery etore. Mr.A.1 Williams is out caaaatgajng thie week. Mr. J. W. McKlro? want totrie-etrip last Monday to est his f Th Metnodltt will give a festival At the school houae to Bight; every body ia cordi. ally invited. Mr. D. Arthur ia building A ruoea te hia houae, what doea it mm, !a it coining oft' Miaa W. M.f Ho. Carter, Asp and othare spake, before the Republican lab Monday night. Every, nedy aVesjed to enjoy the itad nito faest m Mttetdaj aiffct. sad ? erv hody had A snejfisw of geat!iaea ia aew ha...

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. — 6 February 1897

,if !' u t A. ' - HSsfcUrt- sanuw-as-Atr.rft iw i-m mW m pvimmm p. HMWffvvM I liki rniTbctCx sTiuyi-n- . , . ' -HJ J" 1 THE HERALD' "F HERftLX HE LM GST HI iiMvALU.i mi Mlh Oowure Vtt ". -roll i VIoic-tim- tit t. if ii Willi FbprraoV I'ff Vii ' Loaded With ProRiwsivo IJoan, Jlfdl lly'ltUiwUi Politr.'nfti. nnl ii.MH Hr r.vt,,l':ui- sticl rcr-voris i' IGLIDISOVEUTIaE sV Of Oppression. OnStstrinr lUfuicts. PKESEKVATIO t .lllalli .. Thn.Vli ia. .if IjiW. I I twr MHHnioUt iHCiioatui i (ren. mtn rritVHinl llrotncrnonil r Vm MHMtti T:;!v Lo ICE; SEE OUR 'AD' ON PAGE 2. WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE' "JUSTICE." if - - - T SINGLE COPY 5' CENTS &. OL VI ; LANGSTON CITY O. T SATURJ)AY Fob. (ilh ,8? NUMBKR iO -tf PI C - :.. ssxn r .. on i k Pn( t -.r .V UMSTOM CITY HERALD i " BSUfeD EVERT SATUKSUAY Inwitt, Alsto. UBBCRIPTION HATBB. Dim CasnOna Year 1.0. PnsCswvBix Months 78 PMOMWTDrMMonini Aavmtsina" tuues mnao caowa upon . Collections mdt...

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. — 6 February 1897

"& tt I'O !. f? . r;-l THE UNISTON CITY HERALD. LANG8TON CITY, OKLAHOMA. faXAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Oklahoma City is the victim of a band of thieves who enter rooms in the day time. There is a petroleum war on In Med ford. The prico in now down to ten cents. A l'onca City spiritualist has rccclv d a long communication from Antonio Macco. The most Interesting men In the Ok lahoma legislature appear to lie the chaplains. The Chlckasawa who go to Washing ton to fight the Choctaw treaty get 11,500 each. All non-cltlien doctors of the Chick asaw nation must pay 85 for a permit to practice. H is generally printed in Oklahoma that the soft fall of wet snow saved the wheat crop. Rid Clarke is now in Washington. He will remain there during tho inaugura tion ceremonies. Rose, the chairman of the judiciary committee of the house used to prac tice law in Wellington. A petition la being circulated In Day county asking the legislature to add half of that county to Woodward coun ty and half...

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. — 6 February 1897

h- ', M 4.i t-1 -i 1 " i ' i f ', 3 FARM AND GARDEN. M MATTERS OF INTEREST AGRICULTURISTS. TO Rome Vp-to-ilnte Hint About Cnltlvu tlon or Hid Soil nml Yield. Tlirrro. Horticulture, Vltlculturo mid 1'lurl culture. NEW YORK bulle tin says: Tho con Bcrvntlon of soil moisture Is one of the most Important problems presented to tlio farnor and gardener. Hardly n scnBon passes In which some Impor tant crop Is not re duced In yield from 23 to 75 per cent because of lack of sufficient moisture to bring It to ma turity. Tho soil may have been put In proper condition, plant food may have been supplied In tho form of fer tilizers, and all other conditions may have been favorablo for tho develop ment of a full crop, yet with tho supply of moisture deficient nil this labor and expenso count for Httlo or nothing. Tho questions therefore, arise: "To what extent can tho amount of soil molsturo be controlled?" "Is It posslblo to do anything to save crops from tho oft-recurring droughts?" Tho Insuffic...

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. — 6 February 1897

y, -Hj f o THE LAKGSTOil GITY HERALD. r"r f 1 I V Hk li ''ngston City Herauj fwusied every saturday. By Tbe HeraM Publishing Co S7SWMT A AUTO.H PcDUUllKtS, ANll Faonmrron. T,Ul X. J 6ibwart. Edilor. A. A.STCN.. I Ooa Mr'r. Thopo who lo.if nil sum aner must HtiHor in wiutor. . Wo nro having nil our win ter at on co. The Catholic school is free to til regardless to iuoo nex or condition. Mrs. Boyd who has boei. pending 11 few days in Guih rio has returnod. Rev. A. li, Young, who has been ou his work 'for the Inst two weeka is ngain at homo. All SluggnrdH will remem ber tbnt thoy taunt aooner or later come to grief. Lagrippe in still going the rpund, but none hnru died ho far. Our public School is now running ou a cash basis. Mrs. S. Burnett has moved ner grocery Btore ono door 'A8t of post office, give her a call. Rev. John Mordy will preach At the Presbyterian Church tonight, every body ia coidi Mlly invited. New couiors from the south Rio finding their way into Ijingston every week....

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 May 1897

s 1 . w. mi !, k ml1MTMH'il''W"'BrCTirCTl1 MM VHB OCCAS BTIABKB THE HEft ALP1 Lo&dwl Willi Progressive Ideas, PAtA tor Huraea Cteafmee.aM Oulew liy I'mci, Ptatr an rtfMTtiwner. -tin fi" v a THEJ01E,FLALL Gllatpnfl with LVuiipHV1" I'rcjtiillic. Mnli Vlolrnw iinil hi-im Mdlcllollnti. With rctwtiit I'rri In PRFSEmvlilOiN Or.frilc.t.llip Viri viaaBV n ..Hi THE LAHGST8H CITY HERALD. M GLIDESOYERTHE OtOtMMM. Oithatritr Mf wjrc nr Umhni Im mi nl Tit f n, nun Turin nml llrnlliofBTBri "I ,""1 C9I Jtu VRiCE ; SEEOUlt'AD' ON PAQE 2. WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE." SINGLE COPY r CEKlS jn vm VOL. Vl ; LANQ8TON CITY O. T SATURDAY Iy8th 1807 NUMB Kit I'M n ' K j- 7 UKGSTON CITT HERALD! ISSUED BVERT SATURSUAY 3lWAnT, A Atoroa. PcMJaWMB AM Fn0MtfonS, SUBSCRIPTION RATtS. Ono Coats On Year v.... til.ao. OncewvBlx Mentha i.... B OnnComrTtuwtMaAttM .. .BO. tarAdventsIa Kaw ibb knowa uaot. npitcttiea. ooMMUMMtk.atnfmr j.onth. fwiin xwrtmiwn...

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 May 1897

THE LAN6ST0N CITY HERALD. LANGSTON CITY, OKLAHOMA. BLAMOkL AND INDIAN TBRMfOKf tt A citizen of Krebs recently killed a 60-pound wildcat. Chinch bugs have made their appear ance in tome Oklahoma field. Carnon Itnll (Ircen linn been hound oyer to the grand jur In I7ront coun ty. Auditor Nichols sent out (5,000 clrcn lar letter telling about the text book contract. Ardmore'a new flro bell will arrive In a few days and then tho pistol shoot ing will be stopped. Somebody recently stole a mall pouch from the depot platform at Stillwater, and taking it to a ilcld near by, out it open and rifled its contents. The Wichita mountains, the place where gold Is supposed to be contain ed in measureless quantities, Is 2,500 feet hljfh, which in tho highest point in tho two territories. An Indian Territory hen ha laid a peculiarly shaped egg that in some thing llko a gourd with handle nnd stem about three-quarters of nn inch la length. Tho hen Is now enjoying ft well-earned vacation. Tho craze for c...

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 May 1897

M-w M m v a A K it - V V 1 W VARISTOCONTJiNUK ,THE CREEKS WANT MORE FIGHTING. yArmy In flood Cnmllllon rry Snt I, factory Report Rerriinl from I'har lot (trace Hafnaes In Atral to th rowan to Knit tha War. Loudon. May -I. Tho chief points of Interest In the Mtiinllon nre: 1'lrst, that the declaim of the mlnUter- who , haro returned from the Urcelf. frontier Mcms to bo In flavor of a continuance of the wnrj and, second, tlmt il;litliir continued nl 11101 1 Incessantly nt VuIps. tlno from Int Thursday until Suniliiv, with tho result Hint tJencrnl Siuolcntid han been prevented from ncttinlly its sumlnjr hi niMv rlntteHnselitcf of'stiilf. As a further result, the Urrcki tit Valentino have mann-retl to retain their (volitions, but thoy are too much fatigued to follow np their inecess. Altogether fourteen ofllcera have been recalled from Crete to be seiW on to Thessaly, and this also U 11 nniof of tho Intention of the new oublnet to .'ontlnue the war. The movement Is nctuntcd by necessity...

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 May 1897

fwn. m LAMHOI G1TT HERALD. Iangston City Herald- IfUT UTURMT. By Tie Herald Publishing Co BttftART k Ivncx PoBLtiuw, ani! i'BlMIKToM. H, E. Stkwakt., Editor. k,m. J AtiTdv., fOen MKr AVhfiat ii looking veiy good and oats nro locking fine Kev. Waro will fill hi pulpit tomorrow. Mr. c H. is making it hard for some of the town dudea. WbenMr. U. 8. K. gets flick .in town now aday he gots homo at nnco. Miss. Georgia Mitchell of Oak Grove, wag in town thie Wek. Many of our farmers hud tu plant over their corn and cotton again after the heavy rain of lout week. On the account of the bad -roads and damp ground the tifthing party did not take place today. Several of our citizens made businwiH trip to Guth rie this week Miss W. who haH been at tending the Catholic uchool went home last Saturday, and you ought to mm Mr. R. i)' face. U. S. Kuigjiton passes through Langston twice every week now a day, and hitches bis horse at a certain house half a mile .vest of the town. Ir. B. C Lloyd haH just...

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. — 7 May 1898

IHE LANGSTON CITY THE HElAfj) Tho first N"v,t )n icr ipuhliyhcd in Oh rf .in; Tho Negroes Vrfflo I Ami I'lililinluMi in i rxjluruvn lmno City. Kpiiow i r inb'nt I Loaded Willi Piogn-Mivo blew, F I I l''lNilll)IluinniiCiili'rt'ncc, mill fliij.loil 111 III 1'itnnA llliitu ... li.... .H .j . v..tVf i ivij mill rnniU'll'IILI', CJLIDESOVERTIIK S'-iiurnmiri-MiKiti. (.utliorl.nr IturuiriH'ii iur i..;i.lltl'Illl, IlinillllnU Of TIHJ Iri'O, ?RICE; SEEOUII'AI)' ON PAGE 2, WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR. OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTS." Vt "".JUSTICE LANHSTON CITY O. TM SATURDAY May 7tl77Iw SINGLE COPY J VOL. VI 1, "I l-t k Hh'.p a r rv HMiALD V V LAHCSTON CITY HERALD ISSUKI) EVERY SATUKS1MY Iy The Iikiiami I'unmsiuno Oo. iiiui'tnii is the most promising town of tlir west. Those looking for substantial merit, tiiimiM wind should turn loword L n nrs(on, pro perly ow hits w ho hero- to-fore have permitted their properly to become tax ridden, ele; should rirlil about fnee, clear up Hi...

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. — 7 May 1898

THE LAN6TS0N CITY HERALD. INGSTON CITY, O. T. Itl the easiest thing In the world o establish a reputation for clever ness.' if you are only rich. "He kind enough to give 'me the dic tionary,'1 Raid a now candidate, r 'uglit Il5y "This la llticl. One of' theau wretched newspapers has called tne a forensic light." It eocins that football players In 1 arls are exposed to even grca'cr per ils than they face In the United States. Two football captains got Into an al tercation during n football game In Paris, recently, u chnllmigo wns mado and accepted, and In the duel which followed both men were badly wound ed. In this country the danger, how ever great, Is over when "tlmo" has been called. Mr. Moody thinks If Christ offered t" rulo hero as he docs In heaven he would be adopted by no political party and iho majority would vote hlin down. Evidently Mr. Moody believes that the masses arc growing In strength and number; but he ought to glvo tbo ma jority some little credit for Intelli genc...

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. — 7 May 1898

( in 4- r.-'r ii fi V ''A V ll V- When ti woman tfocs to chttrcli n irmit ileal, her huslinml feels that she has a private nrninfjeineut with her pastor to save her.self, and let htm e;o to the ilevll. Iti'lllty In lllnoil l)rr. Clenn Mood ineani a clean Mt. No brainy without It. Caunrets, I'nutlv l'ii. ilmrtic eleniis your liloo'l nml keeps It clcnii. Iy stlrrltiR up tlio l.i. liter and ilrlvln;: nil ltniuritle from tlio body, lip. gin lo-ilny to uanlsh pimple, boll, 'lilolcli is, blackhead, nnd thit sickly bilious romplcxli'ii by taking Cascnrcts.-- bounty for 10c. All driiKRistj, satisfaction ntuir ntcctl, 10c, k', 60 Ocrinnny boasts a l,C00-ycnr-olil rose tree. Hr. Wlnlaw' rsoothlnsj Syrup Pnr children li-rtliln.iofte n the (um mince. Inflanv ellon, allay, pain, cure, wind tulle. It leut. a Lottie, A fresh cirje Is known ly the dull up ncnniiK'c of Its hhell, but n bail en looks glossy. ASTHMA'S PROGRESS. From Cold to Cure. No relief in other remedies. There tire tnnny trtnllcln...

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. — 7 May 1898

Lvxgstox City Hhkald publishbi) every saturday. By Tlio Herald Pnblishing Go A. J. Alston, Kin rut. .J. A, Wailkv, rfn.iJWi MgY. Work on tho University! building ntill goes on. viiii Icwn court w:oni8 lo ho doing fui(cn rushing bitfli - m-frt now ml.'iye. I f .. IS Rll do:ng stand. We had our fown oloctirm 011 MOlldaV, hist. Mr. V. .1 can some tiinoK bo fccii on II. sfc. for what, don't know unh'.EH ho goes to see. ? Wo are having in noli rain and cropH arc looking all that 0110 could wish. Mr. J. A. Watloy wan over to (lUlhrie. this week on busi ness. Mrs. M. M. Garrett who has been leaching in Litiowiu county for tho past three mouths returned homo last Saturday. Tho Uaily "Restaurant i ntill doing a lirst class biibi. liens, and if you doubt it calj nnj got one of tlioso delicious men Is: When in need of dry goods or groceries call on G. W. Clark. See his add in anoth er column. It is now a, fact that Lang, ston has a first class brick yard. And Mr. Armstrong owner, says that he ...

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