Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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COMPLETE MARKET REPORTS.
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t'ATTLlv- Heavy... $ 5 00 (ft
HOG>—choice to heavy 5 9J (ft
WHKAT -No. 2 hard . .. (3)
('OKN -No. -'Mixed 4ll4 ><>)
IIAY—Choice timothy 11 ." •>
choice prairie 1U 0) (it
butter i:> (p.
eggs h,'a ©
WHKAT No. 2 hard I ....(ft
CORN" No. 2 42'i (ft
OATS No. 2 2i (&
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Chicago Live Stock.
GOOD TO PRIME I 5 50
< 'O V\ S A 11EIPKRS 2 75
STOCK KUS & FEKDKItS .. 2 00
TKXAS FED BEEVES 4 25
HOGS 0 03
at fl 03
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Evidences of Their Vanity.
Among the curious things to be seen
at the Glasgow exhibition are a pair of
curling stones which belonged to Sir
Walter Scott and a pair owned by Lord
Cockburn, lord chief justice. There
are also to be seen three single stones
which were in use over 100 years ago,
one of which has a ring attachment
and another the more modern handle.
In Memory of Martyru
Every year at Tunis a solemn relig-
ious service is held in memory of the
early Christian martyrs, Viva Perpetua
and Felicita. The ceremony was con-
ducted this year a few weeks ago by
Mgr. Combes, archbishop of Carthage.
One of the most picturesque incidents
in the celebration was the procession
to the subterranean chambers attached
to the ancient arena of Carthage, the
very place where, in the third century,
the two martyrs were delivered to tho
Barometer of Iiaiman Finance*.
"There is," says a Kansas authority,
"one sure barometer of financial con-
ditions in Kansas. Whenever the peo-
ple feel rich they get up schemes to
bore in the ground after oil or gas, or
other valuable productions. This pro-
pensity has given Kansas some very
valuable coal, gas, oil and salt fields,
and it i3 to be encouraged, not de-
plored. To-day something like fifty
towns are boring holes in the
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brands and names but
they are all the same
poor stuff and have to
depend upon something
to sell them; Use ....
no premiums, but 16 oz.
of the best starch for ioc
%'licu Answering Art.citisemcnts K.a£J
Mention This Cuntc.
IS A SUCKER?
IF IT BEARS
/ // THIS TRADE MARK
IT 16 THE; £6T
IN THE WORLD.
ON5ALS t MAD1 TOR S&RVICC
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THE LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF.
The business portion of Greenville,
S. C. is destroyed by tire.
Postmaster Coyne, of Chicago, has
teen given 100 more clerks.
A warehouse with TOO tons of broom
corn burned at Areola. 111.
New York City is to have a 12 story
hotel to cost $:<;>(),000, exclusively for
Illinois farmers arc forming organi-
zations in opposition to labor unions
and their principles.
Five hundred typewriters have been
ordered by the Hungarian government
in one order to a New York firm.
Leading veterinary surgeons in New
York say that fully 10,000 horses in
that city aae suffering with la grippe.
It i* otlieially stated in London that
of the fi.'i.OOO lioers held prisoners in
camps. 34.000 are women and children.
The l'irst M. E. church of Omaha
has otlieially requested every woman
to take oil' her hat after entering a
Manila has asked 810,000 for the ex-
penses of 50 Filipino teachers who are
to attend normal schools in the I'nited
A grand jury at Kansas City has re-
turned indictments against employes
of a street railway company for al-
leged bribery of juries.
One hundred and twelve Alabama
editors passed through Kansas on their
excursion to California. They will re-
turn via Beaumont. Texas.
Hoshu Torn, Japanese minister to
Washington from 1800 to 1898, has been
stabbed to death in Yokohama. It
was a political assassination.
Secretary Hitchcock says that the
great body of the Indians are thor-
oughly plea.scd with the decision which
prevented delay in the opening of their
The commissioner of the internal
revenue has reversed former decisions
and now holds that a legacy to an
adopted daughter is subject to tax as a
stranger in blood to the testator.
Rural free delivery routes have lieen
established in nearly all of the states
and territories. Kansiu already has
"Hi ar.d lias applied for 040 more. Tlio
states having more than Kansas a>'9
Illinois, Indiana. Iowa. Michigan. New
Yovk, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wis-
consin. The greatest number has so
far been given to Illinois, which lias
routes. Washington has three, the
smallest number given any state. Ok-
1 ihoma has ono. Mississippi and Mon-
tana have none.
The production of American tin
plate is now so great that in ten
mouths of the present fiscal year 1 ,*
300,000 pounds of it has been exported.
Ten years ago 320.138 tons was im-
ported from Wales.
.ludge Springer's Indian delegation
were stranded at Washington. The
judge appealed to Secretary Hitchcock
to give them transportation, aud was
mastoid that the Indians came to
Washington without the consent of
the department and that they must go
home in the same way.
The supreme court of Tennessee has
barred women from practicing law in
Adjutant General Corbin has started
or an inspection visit to the Philip-
General Shafter tells the war de-
partment that there is no shortago in
any supply department at San Fran-
cisco. but that all the shoes and cloth-
ing found with peddlers were sold
by individual soldiers who have'passed
through San Francisco, and that theso
nr« comparatively trivial in amount.
THE NTERNAIIONtL CYCLOPAEDIA,
"It affords me pleasure to say that I have examined the INTERNATIONAL
CYCLOPAEDIA and find it to bo a first-class cyclopaedia in every way. It is late,
contains an unusual number of biographies, is modern, up-to-date, and has
It discusses educational matters in an unusual and comprehensive manner;
gives the results of the latest scientific investigations: contains expositions of
the latest political and historical questions, such as the Chinese trouble, and
gives an excellent illustration of the International Date Line.
I commend it to the kind consideration and careful examination of those
who desire a full and complete encyclopaedia."
L W. BAXTER, Territorial Supt. & Auditor.
Guthrie, Okla., May 10th, 1001.
"During the past year we have had the INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLO-
PAEDIA in our library and I find that for reference work, for three-fourths of
our students, this cyclopaedia answers the purposes best, because the matter
it contains is accessible, stated in comprehensive terms, and written by au-
thorities that are up to date. I am very glad indeed to recommend it as being
the most usable and useful encyelopaodia in our library."
DAVID R. BOYD, Pres. Oklahoma University.
I'niversity of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla., April 12th, 1001.
Stii.i.wATKH, Dec. 12. 1900.
To whom it miy concern:
I am glad to endorse the International Cyclodaedia in the most unqualified
terms. We have practically all of the standard cvclopiedias in the library of
this institution, but it is my invariable custom to go to the International first,
and I rarely need to go farther. It is pre-eminently a work for ready reference,
and yet it is authoritative and up to date, and its sense of proportion is admira-
ble. ' All things considered, I find it the most satisfactory of the cyclopedias.
Respectfully, A. C. SCOTT, President.
Oklahoma Agricultural & Mechanical College, President's oflice.
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For Old Kentucky Whisky
Fine Wines and Cigars
Good Pool and Billiard Hall in connection
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Three kinds of Beer:
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Latham, George D. & Coombs, Charles W. Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 27, 1901, newspaper, June 27, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109042/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.