The Leger Plaindealer. (Leger, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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Vogeler’s Curative Compound furnishes
the best insurance at a very small cost. The
cures which it has made of blood, nerve,
skin, liver and kidney diseases, are most
marvellous. It insures protection against
the development of those every day ailments,
which are a menace to life and happiness.
A few doses of Vogeler’s, when dyspepsia,
constipation, headache, or nervousness
appear, will insure good health.
A free sample bottle will be sent on appli-
cation to the proprietors of St. Jacobs Oil,
Ltd., Baltimore, Md.
Sold by all druggists.
Gori.eston, Gt. Yarmouth.
I have used St. Jacobs (Ml for several
years for lumbago and sprains and find it
the greatest pain reliever before the public.
I had a severe sprain on my right ankle
which I received last week, and by using
half a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil it is thoroughly
cured. It acts like magic. All my friends
in Gorleston, through it having cured me, are
using it when occasions require, and say it is
worth its weight in gold
Say They Do Not Buy Mules Here,
They Only Inspect
Hardships Endured l>y Gorki.
Although Maxima Gorki has been
known as a writer only eight years,
more criticisms have been devoted to
him than to any Russian author ex-
cept Tolstoy. He is only thirty-three
years of age, was born in Nijni Nov-
gorod, lost his father and mother be-
fore he was nine years old, and set
out to make his way in the world at a
very early age. He wandered all over
Russia, undergoing such privations
and sufferings that on one occasion
he tried to commit suicide. At last,
after herding with rogues and vaga-
bonds and tramps, both in Europe and
In Asia, he discovered his vocation.
Lathrop, Mo. April 10—There is a
report here that President Roosevelt's j
order to investigate the British mule ;
purchases in America iacluue an ex-
amination cl the mule yard here at
Mules are sent from here to New
Orleans, where they are sent to
South Africa. There are ten Britlsn
officials here. They declare that the '!
Briish government does not own a
dollar of property in Clinton county,
| and that no horses have been bought
by the British war department in the
i United States. The purchases were
ail made in South Africa, these officers
The attention of Gov. Dockery was
called to the statement that the Brit- ■
isli government had been buying |
horses and mules here for nearly a
! year. Major J. Moore, who is at the
head of the ten British officers here,
when asked the position of his govern-
: meat in the purchas s hai arc being
. made in the United States, quoted
I as saying that he was practically here
j the same as ai.y private citizen would
oe. Although he is an army officer
! and has seen active service during
I « |
; seventeen months in South Africa, j
j He said .ne British government doisl
1 not buy the horses and mules here,!
but has sent some of its anr; officers
and veterinary surgeons heie to In-
spect the horses, end treat them be-
To the Ladies:
Gold Field* In Swcdlih L.ipiauil.
The gold fields in Swedish Lapland
yield a much higher percentage of gold
than expected. The mines are situated
north of the polar circle, near the fron-
tier of Finland.
fore they are sent to South Africa,
where they are sold to the British
There are 5.G00 horses and mules
here now and 200 head of cattle. The \
next shipment will be made this week, j
as soon a transport arrives a-
IS GOOD WEATHER FOR YOU
IF YOB WEAK THE (EHUIKE
BLACK OR YELLOW
WET WEATHER PROTECTION
IS GUARANTEED UNDER THIS TRADE MARL
OUR run. LINS OP WATERPROOF CLOTHINC
13 SOLD BY REPRESENTATIVE TRADE EVERYWHERE.
A. <J. TOWER CO.. BOSTON. MASS. „
Notice increase of tales m table below Z
1898 ss* 148,906 Pairs.
Business More Than Doubled In Four Years.
THE REASONS :
W. L. Gougin' makes and sells morn men’s
$.1.00 and $3.50 shoes than any other two man-
ufacturers ill tlie world.
\V. L. I*>uglas $3.00 and $.1.50 shoes placed
side by side with $5.00 and $6.00 shoes of
other makes, are found to be Just as pood.
They will outwear two pairs of ordinary
$3.00 and $3 JO shoes.
Made of (he best leathers. Including Patent
Corona Kid. Corona Colt, and National Kangaroo.
Fast Color an •( Alarara Mark Ilouke far*!.
a W. L. Doujrlas 84.00 "Gilt Edge Lino
cannot be equalled
cannot be equalled at any price, •
$ l*v nittll 85r. extra. Cutalofffrre.
W. 1,. JkoMKlwts Brockton,
Immense Consolidation of Dealers In
New York, April 10.—Authoritative
announcement of a consolidation of the
great hardware jobbing interests of
the country, capitalized at $120 000.000,
was made by the Iron Age in its Is-
sue today. The consolidation em-
braces the Simmons Hardware compa-
ny of St. Louis, Bindley Hardware
company of Pittsburg, William Bing-
ham company of Cleveland. Suppee
Hardware company of Philadelphia,,
Pacific Hardware and Steel company
of San Francisco, Marshall-Wells
Hardware company of Duluth. Bigelow
and Dowse company of Boston. Van
Camp Hardware and Iron company of
Indianapolis. George Trltch Hardware j
company of Denver, Hanney, Sample,!
Hill & Co. of Minneapolis and forty
other houses representing nearly ev
erv important trade center of the coun-
try. Negotiations arc still pending
with other houses, and it is expected
that there will be further accessions
to the number already enrolled in Hie
The Iron Age says: ‘ Several names
have been suggested for the consolida-
tion. such as the International Hard-
ware company. National Hardware and
Metat company, International Hard-
ware and Metal company, and there
is little doubt that one of these will
be the organization. The organization
not being technically completed, there
has been no formal choice of officers.
It is proposed that the officers shall
be as follows:
President—E. C. Simmons.
Vice President—John Bindley.
Chairman of Executive Committee—
W. D. Simmons.
There will be a board of directors,
eons'sting of from 25 to GO persons,
representing different sections of the,
country. There will also be an execu-
tive committee of nine.
Don't let your grocer sell you a 12-oz. pack-
age of laundry starch for 10 cents when
you can get 16 oz. of the very best starch
made for the same price. One-third
more STARCH for the same money.
Has No Equal.
REQUIRES NO COOKING
LAUNDRY PURPOSES ONCf
To the Dealers:
GO SLOW—In placing
orders for 12-oz, Laundry
Starch. You won’t be
able to Bell 12 ounces for
10 cents while your com-
petitor offers 16 ounces
for the same money.
IS THE BIGGEST—
THE BEST COLD
No C’hromos, no Prem-
iums, but a better 6tarch,
and one-third more of it,
than is contained in any
other package for the H
Having adopted every
idea in the manufacture
of starch which modern
invention has made possi-
ble, we offer Defiance
Starch, with every confi-
dence of giving satisfac-
tion. Customers are be-
coming more and more
dissatisfied with the prev-
alent custom of getting
6c. worth of starch and 5c.
worth of some useless
thing, when they want
10c. worth of starch. 5Ve
give no premiums with
Defiance Starch, relying
on “Quality and Quan-
tity” as the most satis-
EXACT SIZE OF IO CENT PACKAGE.
72 PACKAGES IN A CASE.
factory method of getting
business. You take no
chances in pushing this
article, we give an absolute guarantee with every package sold, and authorize dealers to take back any starch
that a customer claims to be unsatisfactory in any way. We have made arrangements to advertise it
thoroughly, and you must have it. ORDER FROM YOUR JOBBER. If you cannot jet it from him, write ut.
MAGNETIC STARCH MFG. CO.
Brethren arnd for two aampl*
watebe*. Wear then one
year and take orders. Semi
SO cent* 111 stamp*, postage on watebea.
J. W. KOUEUrg, Pope, Team.
STOW FIX ft tO,
Bold by all Imipici-t*
or by mall, 33 rents.
The C Htautl will Protect your
Stock from Thieve* Agent*
wanted Address P. ft H* A**o-
* elation. Oalla*.* Texa*. ok
Hone ledastn Ships Quick Low freight Rate*
Tents, Awninjs, Bows, Wagon Covers,
and General Canvas and Rubber Good*
Mail orders given prompt attention. Get our
price*. * wboleeal- and Retell.
OKLAHOMA DOCK ANO RUBBER CO.,
ASS First St. Oklahoma City, Ok La.
Chairman Babcock Will Command the
Republican Forces Again.
Washrington. April 10.—A meeting
of *he republican congressional cam
paign committee was held tonight. All
the old cfficers were reflected. Rep
resentative Babock was chosen chair- j
man for the third consecutive term
resentative Babcock was chosen chair-1
was elected vicepresident. Representa-
tive Overstreet of Indiana for secre
tarv. Chairman Bobcock was author
ized to appoint an executive commit-
tee of nine. All the states were repre
seated at th°m eeting except Oregon.
Constipated Old Age
Isn’t it too bud that so many people, when they get old, get cranky and
rickety and mean, and don’t fee! right toward themselves or anybody else;
yet it need not be so.
“Six month’s ago I took rsprarots for con-
stipation contracted during tho War of the
Hr hellion. The result f« wonderful and I ad*
vis* all old soldiers to trr them.”
—Jas Putman, late Capt. 53rd 111.. Haney, Wls.
“I was feeling bail, losing flesh, had dull
headache, cold feet, and couldn’t sleep well.
1 took Cascareta and in four s eeks gained lj
pounds. Am feeling flue now.”—A. B..Story,
veteran Mexican ana Civil Wars, Eyworth, la.
I hare been using Cascarets for some time
for constipation, and tbelr greatest benefit
has b**n to cure me of asthma. I am In my
year and had been suffering with asthma
—T. M. White. Bob Lee, Georgia.
All old people’s muscles get weak and flabby, and it’s the same with the
muscular walls of their intestines as with the muscles of their arms. When
the bowels grow weak, the old folks get constipated, bilious, sick, help-
less, irritable, and that’s the chief cause of their death. Old folks
should take Cascarets Candy Cathartic bowel tonic, keep their liver
lively, their bowels regular and strong, and live to be a hundred.
n .i,. Brat for the Bowels. All druggist*, toe, aw. 50c. Nrver
i(jLALaJL *old ln bulk- The genuine tablet stamped C C C. Guar-
^ antecd to cure or your money back. Sample and booklet
free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N. Y. au
"Casoarots make me f**el no light hearted and
lively that though 1 have seen three score
and three, a few morn score* 1 yet may net*.''
—James S Millar, Vflla Park Cal.
“For msi.y years I have been troubled with
Constipation. 1 used one 28 - and two We hove*
of Caaeayets a: t thay have affected a per-
manent cure Since my discharge from the
army iu I ha- e never before found a
lasting remedy.“ If- J. McQweru, V4J Chap*
line Street Wheeling W. Va
“I va* troubled with something that baffled
the skill of physicians for % y«in: I used fl% o
b >ie* of Cascar’-t* and am iu better health
than aver before *’
— C. C. Kedick Chase City Va.
iillffESTERN LADY $2.00 SHOE.”. Bert of til.
M».le at nne.»«ft,apeclal .elected Kid r'|3 l^li t M*,and bent quality THAT KVEAR
If yuurdealer d»e* red handle them .order from u, direct. Any »l*e. Width- ( to KK. Seat eipre.s
prepaid on receipt ol price. VJ.uo A. Prie.msyer bho. Co., Jaanufacturera, Jelferton City, Ho.
OKLAHOMA CITY. NO. 15. 1902
23 Ol. ......23c.
I 3 or......... I 3c,
l 0 oz. ... I Oc.
tV. will par S 300 OO tor o .rile l, ol
f'xid bikrj with
Complete Ginning Outfits *• •*
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINERY COMPANY,
Oklahoma City. Okla.
J artllot«~i with
sore eyas, use
^Thompson’s Eye Watsi
containing anything inj
health caused bv Use use
PARKHURST DAVI8 MER
11 saute ts.1og iHrpt *"«•
ir ;vt;^;;*T.!A05 pension
I J BICKFOKI), Washington. I). C. thvy
II will rerelvequlck r.<plle« B.5th V. H Voli
bi»Tf i ib Corps Frosctuuac Clams since 197 8
Shea AasKeriaq Advr rtis-mrats KiadI]
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Daniel, John R. The Leger Plaindealer. (Leger, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1902, newspaper, April 17, 1902; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405898/m1/2/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.