The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 37, Ed. 1, Friday, January 30, 1903 Page: 4 of 8

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THK LEADEn VOTHRIK OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 0 1&03.
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Leslie a Ntblack Editor.
MEMDBIt OP THK ASSOOlArBD I'ltpSS
ftibMic Uitir except Sunday by the
Leartef Pompon?
Bttn0RIPTIOl KATBft DAH.1
One month lellrered la cilr t 60
One tnontb oy raali.. . 60
Three nftt-itbs . .. - I to
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FRIDAY JANUARY 80 1903.
GckxI evening tre you n victim to
tho Powora Th'a Vt oy?' '
Tho city rotod $68000 sower bonds.
6an not tho voters haro a tletnllsd
Etalomont ns to tlio exact status of the
bonds.
.It davolopsf that Ma clta' pays Con-
tractor l'ord SO por coot of his con-
tract for the use of tools In laying
sowor mains. Holy smoke!
stale commerce law oxcopt In so far
as It has hoen found necessary to
limit It in order to gat any legal evi-
ttonoe ftt all against anybody.
To remove tho limitation would sim-
ply give free license (o robating by
ranking It impossible to convict any-
body. Even if both shlppor and qar-
rior could bo punished tho powjr of
monopolies to tleeco tho public would
Mot bo affected in the least
If such "radical" features stand no
show in tho senate nono but thW most
useless bill stands any show what-
ovor In that body.
Lot no ono bo decolvod by tbo pro-
tonso that thoro Is not tlmo- onotigli
6 do anything. Both houses pasao'd
a bill to roliovo tea Importers of a tax
of 10 cents por pound in a single dKy.
In a week thoy could If thoy would
pass the most effective anti-monopoly
law that can bo frameda law admit-
ting free all foreign goods competing
with goods produced by our home
monopoly trusts which soil goods
abroad.
It Is Quay enough. The only trouble
Is that congrs is dominated by
ftgsibl
& FOR s
Oklahoma's Largest
: Dry Goods Merchants.
tho Capital makes a moribund at
temnt to sotmre Itself on the sewer i monopolists and their agarts
doal and also protect the favorites
who secured sewer laterals free of
obargo.
Somebody is asking what la the
difference botweon sevorel people
who hold up a coal train and a fsfw
During all this sewor excitement TOR1 Apcr-low who hold up 7G000Mq
not one person has aatd ih;.f sewors.of people. There Is a difference of
wero not needed in Guthrie. Sewers several far of coal to say the last
aro ahsOlutolv necoeearv. but the tnxior it
payors have "xprossod no desiro to
go brolto In procuring them.
$ Drugs and Druggist';
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Sundries
AND FINE CIGARS
EVERY DAY
Something $
..NEW.
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Prescriptions com
fresh drugs a specialty Opposit
Zoller's China Store
118 E. Okla.Ave.
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NEW YORK RACKET
It is probably a good thing for St.
Louis that eho thought of that World's
A raoasiiro has been introduced in fair project when sho did. Otherwise
tho legislature entitled "An act au-jtho wholesale conviction of her bood-
thorliing citloa. of tho first class toners might oause a serious falling off
extend or build laterals anil to levy in her populutlon.
special' nssQHs'nients for sewers." j ' . .
'xnis is somqi jin: "The Show Girl" Camlna
Instead of calling Agulnnldo tho
"Ceorgo Washington of the Philip
pines" if he succeeds in getting that
$iOG000000 lotin from Uncle Sam wo
may have to rogard him as a "Napol-
eon of finance"
It cannptiPQ that that "spock on tho
liorlioni- which looks llko a Oermnn-
Amorlcan war cloud Is none other
than the now ambassador "Speck"
von Sternberg.
Tho pporit;aj.powrs is gabled fjrom
Paris tlip Ambassador von Bollouan
has nothing to say. Ho is doubtloss
linnblo to find wordB with which to do
tho subject Justice. ;i'
It ought to litfi'd Svffl? TliosV "f&
lows wljo havp boon trying fo brlbf a
congressman for JD.0U0. Wo want no
"scabs" In .congress; maintain
fciale at all hazards.
One of tho most notablo events of
tho present theatrical season at tho
IJrooks' thoator will occur on next
Saturday night when Edward B. Rico's
latest and greatest porformanco com
ing dlroct from Wallack's theater
Now York City. It has p most suo-
cossful engagement of ton Veoko dur
ing the hot spoil of last summer
something unhoord of hoforo In New
York thoatrlcals. Tho musical conioily
which abounds with tunoful music
catchy songs bright sayings and ov.
orythlng osontlal for tho successful
comedy opora was written by R. W.
Harnett who wroto such succossos &s
"1192" "Little Christopher" etc
whllo tho music is by Boston's fore-
most musical composer II. L. Heartz
of Rhodo Island Composer E. W. Car-
f liss assisted him In his work. Fifty
playors tnlio part In tho entertain-
mont and nil have something to do.
It is to bo presumed that Senator
Dolllver know what he was talking
about when he said ttiat the duties in
tho DIngley tariff bill were purposely
made high that they might be reduc-
ed In furtherance of reciprocity. But
if Dolllver la telling the truth why
was not ths agreement for there
must have heen one carried out?
thejTwo car loads of cconery nre nocco-
jsnry for tho presentation of tho com
edy opera. Tho entire performance
tho theater-goers of opera may rent
assured is exact In every detail o
tliat given in Now York City so a
great tr.at is in store for the eye and
ear of all.
jTrom now on we will
Open up .Every Day
something now for -
Spring 1903.
Every time you are down
town drop in we will
have something of inter-
est to show you.
ij'i
Kitchen Supplies
I In these goods wo carry a
large variety of useful arti-
i cles soma tilings that will
I assist you whenever in the
; kitchen
i
! Enameled Ware
I We have two grades of these
J goods and they are giving the
j best of satisfaction.
ilron Ware
j In this line we can also sup-
i ply yout wants. . When you
once use a piece of Wagsci
I Iron either in skillets Tcet-
i ties waffle irons or anything
I else of this reliable ware yon
will never again use the old
scrap iron goods.
RAMSAY BROS. !0lir prices
Guthrie Okla.
Endorsed.
J No company that we have ever
hewd of has over come to this city
Did the extremely high protectionists jwith "ch favorable comments as "Vj
bunko the opes who are moderate. Wise Woman." They have the unan!-1
pro(eotl;ltii and after getting these imous endorsement of tUa press and!
duties so high then proceed to hog j nls "o may rest assured will be your '
tho whole th!ng? It really looks that only chance to see this superior cam-
way.
J. P. Morgan says that he gather-
ed in tho Louisville and NnshvlHo
railroad bocauso ho wanted to prevent
John Gates from making It nn instn-
mont of his ovll purposes. His only
thought wns to serve the public Thia
is a touching oxatnplo of the merger
man's aheor lovo of Ms kind. Hut
Isn't It curious? In the course of this
touching transaction he touched tho
stockholders for $2100000 for tho
houso of Morgan. Curious yes. but
tho coincidence is manifest in ail these
morgors. They are all conceived In
the purest sjtfrlt of
achieved In tffe noblest motive
"otherdom" and consummated with
huge profit to the merger man. What
was unselfishly intended for tln gjod
of all falls unaccountably Into the
possesion of u few.
pany as they make but tuw stcaa 30
Ig from New York to Snn Franclso.
Wo havo no doubt of their succasi
bore.
Through free reclining chair cars
from Texas Indian and Oklahoma
Territories to Memphis. Unon station
connections no transfer. Low holi-
day rates by tho "Rock Island Sys.
torn" Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf R.
R. Ask your ticlrat agent for full In.
formation.
The farmers near Shawnee are clam-!
orlug for more help to pick cotton and '
benevolence I claim there is work enough for 1000 '
of 1 additional men in thnt neighborhood. 1
SOUND AS A DOLLAR '
That is the result of a course
of treatment with Scott s Emul-
sion. We have special refer-
ence to persons with weak
lungs and sensitive throats.
Scott's Emulsion does some
Switched the Train.
A certain Judge Is much given to
militating upon his work while walk-
ing along tho street und his acquaint-
ances and friends recognize his air of
abstraction pass him by with n friend-
ly nod and never mind if be does not
appear to notice the salutaUon. A lit-
tle colored newsboy not familiar with
this peculiarity of tho Judge accosted
h'.u ono any with persistent appeals:
"lluy the moruln' news. bose. Have
& paper foosu."
The Judge wared the tiny mite of hu-
manity aside and went on abstracted-
ly his mind engrossed with the case
thnt was to come up that dny In the
court to which he was on tho wuy.
The dusky newsboy wns not easily
evaded and he kept iwce with tho
Judge shouting his paper cry t fre-
quent ntervnis. At lust tho Judge
slopped and grabbing his youthful tor-
mentor by tb'o shoulder he said in his
most severe manner:
"How dare you interrupt me whou I
nm following out a line of argument?
Don't you ever spook to me when 1 am
pursulug a train of thought."
The small boy looked up in surprise
and said in a most npologatic tone: "
"Refur" do Lord massn I didn't
know you was tryin' to cotcn a train.
Hxcus' me." llrooklyn JJagle.
SlEnlnK With the Croas
Signing with tho cross was first prac-V.i-d
by Christians to distinguish
iuomsolves from tho pagans. In an-
cient times kings and nobles used the
sign of the cross whether they could
write or upt. as a symbol that the per-
son making It pledged himself by his
ChrlsUan faith to the truth of the mat-
tertl which ho aftlxod it.
are low low on all of the
above lines and to satisfy
yourself come examine the
goods get the prices and you
will see we do what we ad-
vertise. Walk in and look
around.
S. H. ZOLLER
113 E. Okla. Ave.
Nothing Accralne.
. Granger I understand you hnve an
Interest in the Swcatinan mine?
Lamb I have nn investment there
jut I have seen uo Interest on it up to
the present moment. Boston Tran-
script. Some men will got out of bed nt 1
o'clock in the morning and run lo a
fire who can't ho induced to get up nt
7 o'clock to start ono In tho furnace.
Chicago News.
115 WEST HARRISON AVE.
Saves You Money on Every Purchase
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Let Us Enumerate a Few Items
The best of Envelopes a 4c a bunch'.
Pen Holders at 2c each.
Pine box paper at Be 10c 15c and 20c.
Carter's Ink ot 4c a botlle.
Safety Pins at be and 4c a dozen.
Butter Prints at 10c each.
Large wash basins at 9c each.
Bixby's Box Blacking at 4c and l'--.
Bixby's Polish and Paste at 9c and 14c.
Lamps ready for oil from 20c up etc.
New York Racket
SAVES YOU MONEY.
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IticoimUlciic-.
Wnggsby 1 note thiit Tloldum presi-
dent of tho Old Settlers' association
Jbns been sued.
Naggsby What for?
Wnggsby For refusing to settle
Loa Angeles rttruld.
Sincerity is tho basis of all true
friendship. Without sincerity It is like
a ship without ballast.
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No man was ever so much deceived
by another as by himself. Grevlllo.
MAKING HARD WORK OF IT.
Tho house Judicial y committee has
norfected an antitrust measure f
which it is said: "The general senti-
ment at the north end of the capltol
Is that nono of the more radical feat
ures of the house bill can be enacted u' t Av tv-
into law at this session." 1 thlnSs better than othciS' hs
s one of them. It has a pe-
culiar action on the throat and
One of these radical features Is a
provision for publicity which might Id
somo extont serve to protect people
who have money to invest in stooks
but which would not protect the pub-
lic against the extortion which is the
chief t-nd of ntottfttMi- Tblnes.
Anorhor radical feat :ro is a section
embodying the 8U0getiin pf Attornsy
Oonoral Knox that both the giver and
tho rocolver of qn Ulegl transporta-
tion rebate bo punned. T1m sub-
stance of this Is already in tho inter-
lungs which gives them
strength and makes them tough.
That's how "Scott's Emulsion
drives out coughs colds and
bronchitis. It keeps them out
too ;
VHen4yeuaStltoitjltYeltVe
SCOTT & 80WNK. 409 i'wl iuw n YwV. I
A. Story of rtolteaplorr.
The story is told of ltobespierre tnat
at one true when nt U10 heJgM of his
power t lady called upon him bo-
seecUlug him to spare her husband's
life. lie scornfully refused. As sho
turned away she happened to trend
upon the puw of his pot dog. Ho
turned upon her and asked "Madam
have you no humanity?"

Itevruize.
Small Hoy (live me a Urge bottle of
the worst medicine you've got in your
atore.
DruKKlst Whit's the matter?
"Well. I'vt- been left all alone with
granduin. and she's suddenly been tak-
en sick and I'm going to get even with
her! Life.
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A WOMAN
18 WORN and WEARIED
li baIvIa maki
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nad pain aod mhb9 of U19
maar rii. x uiHoruenior otiiortanj tnaysipsW
thy tUrotuh uervo ouuuetm with th mt of
(ha roal Jtoaawf
jmk ijaajrootj
mnj
hor lrta In arsipsw
anuat bo espe(4 U flail
mniisMimaiir
hu4der at Um thiMwbt of
t.mino. 1 miwoar as im uuhw
9MwttKUuc a Mi .-ion. A natarul (Mlln W
BluiiUiHS wcotnluotiona aad local trcntrn U
1h noarlr uH tMen oh allmauu can b
quickly privately nd Mfulf ounJ ai lion:?
and at rry littU uptaM.
InnMrlrafrrnwghborhoo aiitromauwba
vIMtaMtify that G F.T. oarrecta all luuvUanal
wroufpt ioultar to woroout iiromotea printer
parioa; oomtota tl l3ilatotaaU 1 4rathA
rwuetl inuf). lUuMAla Qil tinMiM 1 Uoi
unnatural drains t alUya all i-eUlo irritation
and nakwi a woman aa aha anoald 00.
"I Lad nli&9t ffiTeo tip hopa of aver itttos
eurad out through ih maaua of O. F. 1. I have
o0n retaiuroaia iiaiin. 1 win inu
tall all woman t this Hplndjd Eued!
that 1 could
MUa Carualla rateraoa. Iron City da.
IclAa.'
Kcciii It to UhuacU.
Tlie uin wUh "untold wealth" is the
one vo dodges the tux neeor. Phil
utlclphla I coord.
Thwa li bat one thins more eenvlnolna thAn
laulv
0OtOB oar naroht qrueUt or dMl (hvett
w dollar In botllo or O. F. 1 tVe ft aa-
ill ttltnnnv nf nthm anJthkt 1 &otiul suklf.
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jrweas: or 111 a. a wonauiywar
oxpartanra.
oonlln to directions and of yonr owq iolf yq
will know that itiloe not disappoint. It U tho
atltua wamau'a relUuce the pita medlelne
that widoly ua.1 far )Mrhu withrtuoa tho
aorarea UfHUaadmireihiafulfllledthot'Oriea
of the lUouundd wno hve trLe It liter 1
no other uiodlcine It we it or "juat a tfood.
none thAt vu take lu plrvee and do ita work
Aoooj: nvfublttttei;etttireulia41clneAn4
t W 1 .''' iue rtat remedy.
u. 1 . y -yonitirf f umaUi rat'
"Blick PatU" will jfc at the Broohs
lenight.
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Make Evety Shoe We Sell.
Guarantee Every Pair We Make.
Money Back if You're Not Satisfied.
Is This Fair Enough?
Tlits company owns and operates twelve of the largest Shoe
Factories in the United States and sells its shoes from its own
stores in tha principal cities throughout the country
Direct to the Wearer
Try Our Plan
The Herald Shoe Co
Shoe Fitters and Shoe Builders
111 Okie.. Ave. 12 Big Factories.
J. iB. FAIRFIELD
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