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The Indian Republican
Tulsa, Indian Territory
Published Every Once In A While
Vol. V. No. 3.
June 4, 1900 (Part 2) - or perhaps later
Issues on the Microfilm jump from Jun 14, 1898 to Jun 4, 1900.
Abstracted / Transcribed byLinda Haas Davenport
When the print is so faded that it cannot be read <.....> will be used . All transcription will be as found in the paper, misspellings and all
This issue was published by Lon Stansbery who had the reputation of being quite a joker. The paper is filled with tongue-in-cheek spoofs, dates much later than the June 4, 1900 date on the masthead and ads that certainly can't be taken seriously. The paper is filled with typos which I've, usually, transcribed as I found them. Lon borrowed freely from the Tulsa Democrat paper without giving them credit.
Page 2, column 1
THE INDIAN REPUBLICAN.
Now is the time for the patient Filipinos to turn the other cheek to the sugar trust.
Birthdays to Order.
Mail in Garbage Can.
Page 2, column 1 & 2 - Beginning here the pages are pre-printed and included as a part of the local paper.
[Drawing of Three Men with guns]
Page 2, column 2
[article on Livestock]- Reduce Death Loss In Shipping Hogs
[article]- Tankage Will Increase Rate Of Gain In Hogs
[article on Poultry]- Check Blackhead In Turkey Flock
[boxed notice]- Things to Remember About Poultry
[article]- Poultry Facts
Page 2, column 3
[article]- Friends Are Made By Use of Roads
[article]- New California Road is Now Open to All Traffic
[article]- Tax in Many States .... date in this article is 1925 and the tax discussed is a gasoline tax
[article]- To Relieve Traffic Jam
Page 2, column 4
[article]- Oracular Writings Remain a Mystery
[article]- Many Religions at College
[article]- Surely Some Feast ... reproduction of the feast on Boston Commons of Jun 19, 1845
[article]- Much Honey in Tree Trunk
[article]- To Restore Looted Crown
Page 2, column 5
[article]- Give Dairy Heifer Best of Attention
[article]- Excellent Plan to Heat Water for Dairy Cows
[article]- Dairy Facts
Page 3, column 1
A hobo was found drunk in the Frisco depot this morning when the agent opened up. Four empty bottles of Peruna told the tale. He was arrested for breaking in the depot and stealing but was later released, on account of the fact that the man to whom the Peruna was consigned refused to prosecute.
Dr. Sam G Kennedy, one of our best known doctors came in from Pawhuska where he was called on professional business. He said his patient was at death's door and he thought he would be able to drag him through.
Thomas Perryman has just returned from a visit with the Great White Father, President McKinley, in Washington. He says the Indian's rights will be fully protected.
[ad] - When you want a pill it is always best to buy the best. Morrow's torpid liver pills give rest.
Lon Conaway is erecting a residence.
For a Greater Tulsa and 5,000 population by 1920.
The suspicious looking package J M Hall was seen carrying home proved to be a jug of sorghum presented to him by Berry Hogan.
The Revival Meeting at the church is making many converts. Let everyone sing "Almost Persuaded."
Any errors and omissions caused by neglect of proof-reader who was found asleep beside a still (running brook).
Pryor Price: "The office should seek the man." L M Poe: "Yes, I know that Price, and I gave it plenty of time, but it's bashful."
Harry Campbell's wife told her husband she had just put her furs in cold storage. Harry: "I never heard it called that before. My watch and tie pin are in the same place."
Last winter George Mowbray asked Bob Lynch if he wanted to go on a sleighing party. Bob: "Yes, who are we going to slay?"
Dr. Clinton seems fond of looking for the Bell in J M Hall.
While out shopping Lee Clinton called at Pat Coyne's drug store and asked for a pound of rat poision for his wife and a hatchet for his mother-in-law.
[ad]- Lon R Stansbery Sells Wagons, Ox Yokes, Whip Sockets, Flat Wheels, "Hill Billy" Cultivators, etc., "Sign on the Old Hitch Rack"
Page 3, column 2 & 3
[Very dark photo - Indians in full feathered head dress. Some on horseback, some standing. Caption - "Henry Spybuck at the Old Stomp Grounds, Hominy Creek, near Skiatook]
Page 3, column 2
[article]- Hard To Associate Job and The Turkey
[article]- Italian Aqueduct Longest in World
[article]- Believed all Had "Double" ... article is about Tutankhamen
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