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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 27 July 1895

A MR! ttir. '1PMN firiMMKIl THEHEgALD' i -i..i...i ti'.'ii. r..... : r.l. ! tin: n r mvi ii v r THE LAMSTON CITY HERALD. tmp: -f ald lll"t'lt Httll ( II'UIO I IH'M Fired lly Huaoan Coherence, axutGukleu r foiM't, riot nuU J'ern-rtroBco, 'n It p Mnt I. t. i ii ( ' I ilollctlnll Will li'Uiim l'H'J Hi" GLIDES OVER THE PRESERVATION1 ll i ( flu- Iff mi It I l' I' sonOrUppfOMTOn, Ofttberlni: Kciuee rrr ijminmm, Jiieiiomr in me rron. .linn I'nr'M Hlicl I'ioi'iI'II '"''I ' ''" .V -- -. VAuffllRHMKtv - ' " ' XV IW PRICE; SEE OUR 'AD' ON PAGE 2; WITHOUT PEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE JilGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE." SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS. VOL. V; LANGSTON CITY O. T SATURDAY JULY 27th. 189o. NUMHKU 1 I I. ? ISSUED EVERY SATURSUAY Stiwaut, Breaux, & Alston. Publish ebb amd PnorrurroRS. IMiGSTON CITY HERALD. i nf erld or i"P"r "b b0 nt 0,! limoi ,,.,. eqaal. The interest ol the producers ' ff tkn .... I Itu fatmnrfl Anil flirt ui iua uuuiiiiji iw in'.D .- workingtnen dfms...

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. — 27 July 1895

QfMMaiatL i tiSS rjfaml S ') MMm u if u if In 'il ill LANGSTON CITY HERALD. LANOSTON CITY, OK LA The devil gets many a boy by getting his father first. There In a good deal of lazlne that Hoes by the name of sickness. Yale seems to have selected Harvard for Its own special pudding until fur thcr notice. Memphis Is dropping out of sight again. Why not hold nnother finan ciers' convention? The man who puts his money on the wrong horhp Is for the tlino ono of th chief orators of tho day. Kentucky's kind of politics Is spec tacular, hut somewhat wearing In an age of ncrons uroatrntlons and pale jellow emotion. Until a woman foregoes the practice of wearing her necktlo hlndsldo heforo eha oan never p.iRH In Mclety 08 a Will' dressed gentleman. It looks as If Uncle Anson, too, might have n presidential boom If ho should succeed In pegging up his fairing aver age a little higher. It will seem llko old times for Lon. Salisbury to bo called to Windsor to rccclvo hlu dally coddling from tho a...

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. — 27 July 1895

". D m 4f ri & . NEWS OF THE WEEK. IN BRIEF CONDENCEL) FOR HURRIED READERS. THE Holler! IIoitm for lliiajr Mlntts Into Nut. li-11 lllvliiR VulimMii Inriirnintliiii of tlir (Irint running blunv in (llrnnril Ironi Mm Vt Ire ltiiMirtii. Itoy Loclilel, the fiunols t,pt Inter, lms broken down. Tlirro firemen were Injured nln SAO,' TOO Arc nt Scila 1 In. Mo .lolin 1'iitz, (if lloiumtb, Mo., was Killed li.v a tin In nl llnrhi, Mo. A bill to ittiTciiM) tlio Inx lovy lias been introduced In 1 Ik; HUiioIh M-nnto. Tin Vinconnlii board of nrbtlrnlioii tin bi-cii called upon to fceltle n btrllce nt Milwaukee. I Illinois iwis visited by nn tinprooc ilented rain him in, accompanied by linll and lightning Wiley Itruln, the iiRonssIri of Allen Martin in AjIiiiiimim, uim tdiot upon ic fuml to sin lender. Camp Stone was formally opened nl the annual cneaitiputunlof soldier bojn ut Columbus, Miss. JeiMsy City was chosen as tins place to hold the National Chtistlau Ihnle.iv nr convention of 18'Jtl. ...

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. — 27 July 1895

tr UNMuiJI, 1..1 HERALD. A3 o Langston City Herald pubus1ed every saturday, By Tbe Herald Publishing Go, K. K. Stuwakt Dr. A. J. Alston. Kdilor. MKr AniiociEN Biu.mjx, ) v City USTo-ws- MisH S. O still doen lior trading lit. Ihu cunt end gro cery. J. W.Mc wiyH thai the Her nld lutu it in for him but ho is mistaken . Kev .lohii II. Auglicjf is down looking after church matte in. He, who would keep posted iih to tho progress of Oklahoran, should rend the Herald. The concert given by tho baptist Sunday Hchool last Sunday was quite a success' Mih. Boyd and daughter left for tho Ureek Nation last Monday morning. Look out ye young snuff dipper, the ladies column is after you. It iH an outrngo for the people ofjany one' county to make as much at) the people of Logan will nmko this year. W. II. Nelson, who !b in ttio drug business nt Kingville, Mo., bsa bo rJaooh confidence inGbambcrlian'aCol io, Colera anil Diarrhoea Remedy that he warranta every bottle and offers Io refund tbe money Io an...

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. — 3 August 1895

WWi51Wr'-1 WMK-H I UKT. TSKMION MV ! N THEJ;!EFAl C THE LANGSTON CITY HERALD. UhHtouH with Uhimiii lix-i: Vnlnllctlnti. Willi lettuur Tm The PRESERVATION Of JMilcf.Thc Vrii't 1 ' '' Tn Itirltr n Hrrtirn1 HI Mi'ii SJSSICrJtt T-v Ml f ' w J Si3EJiiAi nJ3M Altai 49 rmaaaamai ffNCE; SJCEQUK'AD ON PAGE tMMMaBaamaBaaBBnaaaaaM--MBsaNiVHavW-aBMWS vol. V: WffHOUt fAft, fAVdrf,. Oft tttUUtfrCE. WE AR6 FOR THE KIQHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE;' SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS mm II- x LUttTM CIT1 HUALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSUAY un,' c Auroa. Paoraiaroaa, UMCRimON RATS. OnaCeayOfte Vaar BI.BO. On CaavBta Mentha 7 Dm Cops' Thr MwitN SO. a kaowa up ia ia im e( tt leawBMsrasteeaaM far la aevaess ta ami thaw tara at tk at O. T. altar IHIn ( Unit, ni CimiHiti, AUoratnaiuatb la for tta Ham, aot Alltaoa sandta carwitoaUii wtU tfM waiBihMr. that bravtty ta taa soul of Ht,aa4oalrrtlctaitbort aadtoth polat n til a sstca. All mttttr aanoarnlns Atfvartlaa mantaOuta. Patent, ate. muat tea I lathe uameee taasvar. ...

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. — 3 August 1895

1 u h la !t x., P LANGSTON CITY HERALD. LANGSTON CITY, OKLA. Cy Warman, author of "Sweet Marie," Mr be shall In tho future write onlr ter his own ploasuro. That, alasl Is what he did before. Horses havo taken to going crazy whenever they sco a woman In bloom ers. Not without reason Is tho horse called man's best friend. Chicago la trying to stop baseball playing on Sunday, and Now Yorkers My they Intend to seal up ccry saloon en Sunday. Such lu reform. Chicago papers claim that efficient pollco work has caused half tho crimi nals to lcavo the city. Unless sho Is careful Chicago will get below tho two million limit in population. It is now charged that a dying man Was put out of a hospital In Chicago because he could not hand over tho 1 10 lemanded for a week's lodging. Thnnk goodness nono of them has yet got to the atato whero It Is accused of throw ing out the corpses that fall to hand over a fco for embalming. That seems (o be coming, however. The people residing in tho vicinity o...

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. — 3 August 1895

' Jy" vy IN THE NEW COUNTltY BRIEF BITS OF GENERAL NEWS FROM THE TERRITORIES. Oklahoma and the Indian Tcrrlto'rjr with Their llmlcfit of Oencrnl nml I.nrat Lore ItemUed forth Cantrnlrnrn of tliMlrn crml Header. -' This wculhcr is the hot stttfE for tho Oklahoma corn A vein of nnthrnultu coal has hern found in Maine county. The government surveyors tire now in the Wlchltu mountains. Tlipro Is truly soma gold in O county but who threw that brick. Onrficld county loads tho territory on wheat production thli year. Tho Choctaw railroad will soon he building in tho Sciulnolo country. The new llaptlst church in course of ' coiiHtructiou ut (lutlirlo will cottSI,- 000. y Ca nil (Han county script has advanced from (15 to 80 cents and tho corn Is still growing. W. L. Jnrboo of Olchiliouni City, will iniiku 1,000 gallons of wine from his vineyard. Tom Irwin is being larruped with hot barbcd'Wiro by the editors till over Oklahoma. Feed is so plentiful on the farms that one feed store at Knld l...

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. — 3 August 1895

.1 tt , yrHfw T5wwr"y?,rw" I p tf i ; ' i i. fit ukcstoh cm imu. k ?"-, r a- ft I U I I i . v Langston City Herald raunuHm warn. Bj The H:ra)d PiWIjWM U. K. E. .SrswiKT Editor. Dr. A. J, Alston, ? Mtr aTBMOOEN Dbkaus, J Komwrn. City 3T-wr. Mr. and Mrs. K. Robinson were over to Guthrie a few days ago looking after their property in that city . Mrs. Williams of King fisher, who will make her future home in Langnton, has erect ed quite a nice residence and will soon move into the Mine. Gentlemen when escorting ladies to their homes should ho more careful and not step on their skirts. Do you un- utand this Mr. J. Mesrs Icldam and Pollard letf for the Greek Nation last Tuesday. Mr. Mo Adams is a firfrt class harnoss maker, and alsolr.' Pollard a shoe ma ker. Wo Lope the m much iu c cess: "I kaow mu old aoldiar who had ckronio diarroea of loaf steading to have bean permanently eured by tak Ckamberlaio'e OkaNe, OBolera aad Diarrhoea Heatedy," aajs Edward - Hbatapik, a promiaeot: druggist e...

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 August 1895

' TV " 1 "'-, " vjr V-- T(p j'v" '" T" ""t, V r V LIKE THKOCEAH TtUIK THE HERA LD' I.HrV Tllf MMW.lli1;' j.Il - THE HFPA'IT: THE MGSTON CITY HERALD.J Load With PtofcrtMlre teM riMd iiy Hmaau CoerVamanaaaated, lihtoiiH with C iiMiit- IV'' ijmtti ( M'jIi VI' 1 f it n ' ' Hf Feact, ricty aa rmtntmm, GUDfiSOVIETHfi iiininn,tM' h'm:ii j'nr iw RESKKVATIOM 4oUfUipnion, UMfeMttyMwrMM f ... I. .. M l. i. i.. . f I . t ' ror Lampion. T naar n tp rxw nHn I'tUiU nl Hrnthrrntnl ' ' 9S ..( aaauawi PRICE; SEE OUR W QN PAGE 2. WITHOUT FCARf FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVri "JUSTICE." SINGLE COPY CENTb. vol. V; I.AN0STON i CITY O. T.. SATURDAY AUG 10th. 1895 NUMHKH I WHCSTQA C1TT HERALD. ,. . ..fc....i. ,.- . i in i a ISSUED EVERY SATURS1MY 3TKWART, BftEAOI, A AtSTOH. 'DNJHHi AMD PaoMtlTOBS. SUMCRimON RATES. OntCmyOntYMT 41. BU. One CewvBtx Month 76 One Cey Three Menthe, SO. WArtvrtliln HM at know utori sopllcatkn. Uollatletf awrtsfhstrstofaratr month. rnralnaavsr...

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 August 1895

.Jt's, r v -at jrawswswtwwu j C3J 3 ri i? l t 10 r-, r i 4 ft. M 1 f 5 , 1 5 -f LANGSTON CITY HERALD. LANGSTON CITY, OKLA. Jcalouir Is tho thlstlo In tho garJen of love. Ifnrry Hnyward will remain In Min nesota till November nt least. Tho cimpilgn for honest stato nnil city government thrliefl on tho curses of Hh enemies. Queen Vlctorln Is worth ?175,000.000, nml sho Is a widow. Respectfully so fcrrcd to Mr. Dcpow. ' Tho Sultan of Turkey, with the nlil of his numerous wIvch, contrhes to vpenil nnnually $30,000,000. The man who blows In thrt gun to sec If It Is loaded has been succeeded by tho man who rocks the boat. Tho Japanese lire working them selves up to the modest belief that ono Jap can lick tlvo Russians. Ranker Iewls of Ohio began life poor, but kept forging ahrd until he was ftOO.000 ahead of tno game. Judging from some of the game ho bags, we should say that Cupid must do most of his hunting blindfolded. A female footpad has turned up In Kansas City. This may be the New W...

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 August 1895

jSt ' i i 1 ii s FARM AND GAKDEN.r MATTERS OH INTERE8T AGRICULTURISTS. TO Porno tri-tn-tlate IllnU About Cnltlva tlmi of tlm Roll unit Ylflctt Tlii-rrsif -Horticulture. Vltlcutturo and l'lorl culture ELOW WB 01VK nn article from tho pen of a. C. Gordon In tho Ohio Kannor. It In of grcnt Im purtnncc, ns scion tlsttwhnvo nRscrtcd ,tlint niolcB live only on nnlninl food. It 'tilth man ho rlfdit, tho inolo Is n public enemy. Tho article Is iih follows: I rend tho nrtlclo of Mr, Ornnz, In rn Knrd to map's. In n Into issuo of The Ohio Knrmcr and nm pretty certain that nny fnrmcr who has been growliiK corn, potatoes or sweet potatoes for a number of yjrs cannot agroo with him. From my bw'il cxpdrlenco (and that of other farmers with whom I have con versed on tho subject), I hnvo found that whero n mole-run la found In a sweet potato rldgo, or In a potato hill, tho potatoes havo tlniinrted. Some times I -havo found them partly eaten, the surface still fresh. In icRnrd to corn, It Is conside...

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 August 1895

I. v --'" 4 : ? lW IH ft' J .t' f ! 0 J, . N h a 3J ,1 t r. K 1 Langston City 'Ukkami raiUSMO MM , l&TlRDIt -.. V .,-. Bj TX HBD4 flWslliM C, R. !2 itaftftut ( Kilitor. Vr. A. i, AlmtdK) i Mar AtmouKfi fhiaUi, ) Vurtoun. Mrs. Wuotla lina bt'Oh visit ItifiT her friimtl. in tho Mirip. Mm. Thompson of thn 8tnj is down vjultitig frtamK HV, who ltmfe and lies all miniumr must go colli uiiti hungry during winter. hlut. Tie young vopl of Oak IJrovti School huu&n, hud n watermelon Bouinl on Jrintur--day night. Every body around Laug ston in thinking of building larger barns in which to houee this wonderful crop. "laaowaaohl toldicr alio bn1; chronie dierroea of loog etaatliog to have beea permanently cared by tek CaautberbuVe OhoKo, Cbolata Hd Diarrhoea Remedy," aav Edward Hbaaapik, proBjiaeak tirnggiet of MiBaeaaolie lfitiM. MI have add tbe reatttl ia Male eitjr lor oftr aevcB yean aad eoaaiilar it eoperior to aav other aaedieiaa ao oa the aaerfcet for feowel coaaatante " J5 Bad Ti...

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. — 17 August 1895

mW im':t$XKp"' rrr m ff "lr 0 T.1KE TflK OCEAN STHAMEn THEgALD' THE LAHGSTOH CITY HERALD.! THE I i j. r . : , Loaded With J'rorreRBivo Ideas. liloni nith i 1 1. . ' . i I -Ml. . .Mill. , I . . . ., Vlri'il lly lliitiwm Cn().-n-ncK, andUuMert IMr i'om. net)' unit J'orcorprcnee, n1li mil III' I i' i i l'i ( UIJDESOYERTHE Hen orOi'tirokiildn, Matherlnir KrT ii'f i i ci i.wnBMon, isoimmf 111 inmrw tflpu I'liritvuiitl HmthoiMMMl n' .VmpJ W v. PRICE ; SEE OUli 'AD ON fAGE 2, WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVii "JUSTICE." SINGIE COPY ChN VOL. V; liANOSTON OITY O. T., SATURDAY AUG 17th. 1895 NUMUKK "H&r"" " T-T WJiC Jr rA J. LANGSTOM CITY HERALD, ISSUKD liVERY SATURSDAY Jiicwaut, UncAnx, & Alston. I'linUDMERS AJO pRorfttROtlfl. UBBCmPTION RATES. Onn Copy Una Yar SI. BO. One Copy Six Months 76 On Copy Three Months BO. tarAitvurtlaluK llalca made known upoi. anpllcatin'i, Cullecttoai madotheflrrttirnrery month. I'orelgn advertisements mut...

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. — 17 August 1895

iTVTJ if ca I c,ff k f n r h ' '! I: .. xf ft ,1 f'l it 1 ' F 1 f f I il. 11 .V III.. LANGSTON CITY HERALD. LANGSTON CITY, OKLA. I.ot seafaring men bcwarol Tho sor-pent-scolng fluid in abroad. With tho horseless carrlngo nrnr at hand H In not too much to lmpo for tho advent of tho doglcss Hnutinfic. Ladles who wash dishes hy hand will ho glad to Know there la n mnchlnn for doing It now. Speak to your husbands ahoutlt. Now wo will keep quiet nhout tho lm morality of bicycles. Two Chlcngo ministers nr to iriiiko a tour of Kngland on them. "Novels aro growing shorter," sayB a Chlcngo paper. Now, If they won't shrink up longer every reader will ho delighted. The votcrn of (Irent Neck, N. Y., havo petitioned to havo tho iiamo of tliolr town changed. They wonder how they have stood It no long. Ho It Ik ngrecd all around that from tills tlmo on It Is ChlraiiMim Ulvcr In Mead of Skunk Ulvcr. All right! Tho Skunk hy any other namo will Htnnll an Mwcot. Tho Dostonlana lllernlly welcomed tho 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. — 17 August 1895

' Tf '-; ???f', '""Wrr x ?5BP'" Txiycwry&tipHTr' nrm -yr" iT7 WWi't- ,-r & A Slavs From Bsyhool From the, Red Win. Minn., Republican.) "1 am now twenty-four cari old." aid Kihvnrrl Swauson. of White lloclf, Ooodliuo County, Minn., to r Kcpubll can representative, "nndnn you can sec 2 nm not very large of stature. Wliisti 1 was eleven years old I became af flicted with a sickness which baffled tho skill and knowledge of the phys ician. I was not taken suddenly ill tint on the. contra I can hardly stnte the exnet time when It begun. The first symptoms were pains in my buck and restless nights. Tl a disease did not trouble mo much at first, but it seemed to have settled in my body to May nnd my bitter experience during tho last thirteen years proved that to be tho case. I was of course a child and never dreamed of thcsufTerlngs'ln htoro for me. I complained to my pa rents and they concluded that In time I uould outgrow my trouble, but when they heard mo groaning (lining mv ftle...

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. — 17 August 1895

-1 n VM 1 THE LAMSTM CITY BERALD. 4-T ii 4' i ' i i V , ;e. h J r if Si j i ft ; it , J, ;i i ! n i Langston City Herauj published every saturday. By The Herald Pobllsking Co. I?. E. Stmvart J- Lditor. Dr. A. J Alitov, I Mgr AHMOOtH DrlEVt'l, J t'orviunti Tho township hoard met !n llio city this wuek. Mr. Andy .Jones went over loGuthriu thin weok. Mr, Unsh r.-ttirncd trom the Creek Nation last week. Mr. 4. J. seeiriH o begetting Very prominent out west. Mrs. Anna Allen wbo bud danly foil sick last week while in tho gardan ib up again. PoBmaster.lohn Catos eayp hu eolla water-melons by the yard. How much a yard J. V.I Who was that young lad' who came back from tho con vention with her eycH full of tfHW-(lut? "I know an old noldier who bud cbronio tlUrroen o( long ahiudirjir tu jv bw f)triDneUy vurd by tak tObambwIftiu'a Cholic, Ctioltra nml DiarrbuM ttenifcry," (ays Edward 8ba)ik, a prominent druggist of IfiiBrapolia Minn. "I have Bold the rested? m tbHi city for over aeven yaara aid...

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. — 24 August 1895

p "?rw f-vxtW4 tth Tftfr 5f ' "y ww V ft MKK THE OC1SAN STEAMEft THE HERALD' THE LANGSTON CITY HERA l nn,1.t Will. )nutlM r.ln.K Firnl lljr Human Cotu-rcnco, find UulJed Hi- I'l-nce, l'loly nnii I'urtoturulivc. , . 'Mxlrrlli tMll. Willi 1 1 r- GLIDESOVERTHE PKERKK.VATION! ar ii -i i'i 'flic Viii'i'i if I i . t ? Ion OrOppretulon, Uftthcrlnr Heliiawn, i rr ttginom,Tnrtiam or tji i-reo, nnn 1'nr.iv rtiiil Itintn-M r' M ' ' S'-A Jtjr$'yl& esse: srxr C2ftraises43 m irv.t PRICE; SEE OUR 'AD' ON PAGE 2. WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE. SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS. VOL. V; LANGSTON CITY O. T SATURDAY MUG 24th. Z 18HB NUMHMK 1H. ! 1 AjU M 1 iv IAHGST0H CITY HERALD, ISSUED EVBRY SATURSIMY StEWaU'BreCCX, & ALSTON. POBLIMIEM AND' PROPRIETORS, m i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ( One Copy One Year 91. BO." One Copy Six Month 75 Ono Copy Three Moritha SO. rAiTt!ln KntcR made known upon opllcitlon, CollctlonimtitotkBnitnfaTerr month. rorclRO kdvcrtU...

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. — 24 August 1895

"ft "R UNGSTON CITY HERALD. LANOSTON CITY, OKLA. It Mens queer that all th aew troraca u-e over 40. There's ono good thing about the sew troman. 8ho doesn't call herself the Hew lady. Better hang Holmes nml put the ubllc out of its misery. It Is not on frying Holmes. The present year's corn crop, at pres ent prices, will bring over ft, 000,000,000 to the pockets of American farmers. A history of tho United States wrltton by an Indian from nn Indian's point of tlew would bo exceedingly Interesting and Instructive Oho of tho collecting manias of the near futuro promises to tako tho form of accumulations of portraits of Holmes' victims. Tnfi Ideal Greater Now York Is now icen on Sundays, when the city spreads out over tho neighboring c unties hunt Ing for something to drink. It Is doubtful If American history contains anything uioro Imprcsslvo than tho profound sllcnco enshrouding the present group of presidential pos sibilities. Thcro are Just two periods when tho average man Inclines...

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. — 24 August 1895

IN THE NEW COUNTRY BRIEF BITS OF GENERAL NEWS FROM THE TERRITORIES. Oklahoma ami the Indian Territory with Thrlr Iluilget of tienerat and Loral I-ore, Itemised for the Convenience of thellen eral Header. All over Oklahoma Arms aro tnp a strictly cash business. adopt- Those ten days for the II. 0. 0. romt to begin building Is tip again. Eleven car loads more of rnlls have arrived for the Choctaw mllrond. The Snntc I'o and the Choctaw are now fighting for the territory freight. T. K. Iteelt has tired of the west side and will establish a paper at McLond. An Oklahoma man won 23(H) on a horse race In Pittsburg, the other day. There arc corn failures in spots In Oklahoma, but the spots are not very large. They say that .Judge llurford can make u speech that makes the windows rattle. The Chickasaw Indian military arn in the field cutting down Illegal pah ture fences. The Cudahy meat company has made a distributing point in Oklaho ma county. "Soda water that you cat with a spoou" has struc...

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. — 24 August 1895

i "v, "V V" & THE LANGSTON CITY HEMLD. js (! n i JN fl on City Herald JifP E'.:;i?Y SATURDAY. by The Hei aid Publishing Co, It. E. RrmvAfcT ( Editor. H.'. A. J. Amton, I Mrr ARltdaeN HnKAUX, ) Kofimnn. Ue direful Indies, lor tho world is not nBluop. Every body cnn nnd will liave fat horses next yoar. Our former a wi 11 mooii 1x- gito lo trick out their groat Crop vt oolton. We hopo the council and citizenH will succeed in nettl ing their affairs peuuonblo. Who was that, thai took suddenly Btuk at au entortnin inent a, few nights ago Miss RoV. Hollo way pre.u hod at the School Imueo on .Sunday night. Rev. Hall baptized two candiclalcs lant Sunday and they are Tufow lull Hedged mot Iters "of the Church. Mr, P, A H. can get peach 8 when lio one else can, and 'they don't cost him anything 'either. How is this M iss fc ? Almost all of Logan Co. "went into Guthrie on Satur rr to hear the mighty Cox-f-y speak. "When a lady invites guests to diae with her, it becomes "krdmty to remain a...

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