The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 20, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 16, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 190S.
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If you aro too fat it is because your food
4urns to fat instead of muscle strewjth.
If you aro too lean the fatproducing foods
ihat you oat are not properly digested and
Lean thin stringy people do not hare
onoueh Pepsin in the stomach while fat
people have too much Pepsin and not.
contains all the digestive juices that are
-found in a healthy stomach and in
exactly thoso proportions necessary to
enable the stomach and digestive organs
to digest and assimilate all foods that may
bo eaten. Kodol is not only a perfoct
digestant but It is a reconstructive tis-
sue building tonic as well. Kodol cures
Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach
Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and
Constipation. You will like It.
Digests What You Eat
Rest3 the strfmach. rebuilds tho
tissues and gives firm flesh.
imur boctu holm m
frtpirvd i th Lab-
oratory ' K.O.D.WJU
tlnul ;x much it tt.
trtl. r to ct lit.
For sa'3 ov C. H. P.enrro.
i ; ;
C?y ftf file" hlj? 'ttstf Utr7nPJv
'tireo without cutunu welding and heatinc tnem thus vreserv
nij tbe wood-work from injury a wonderful invention Vrhicb
cost a large sum of money in order to be up-to-date. 0 i shop
has the Only Henderson T'ro Setter in this section of the
United States.- We also have the vory latest Goodyear Rubber
Tire Machine. We put llrst quality rlbber tiiesbn any whee
that rolls buggy or wagon. New'vehicles made to order Re--pairing
painting and trimming our specialty. Yo-i are inviteu
to visit our factory the best equmped la TeSorthwent.
First class Horseshoing SCHICKR.AM WZCKMAiV.
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File Your Wants.
Five cents per line flret Insertion;
two and one-half cents per Ur.e each
FOR SAIJ5A scholarship in McKls
tjey practical Business college. Mi
Kinney Texas. Full course; value
175; will sell for $18.00. Address Tho
gOROLARUHlPS In Tyler (Tex.)
. Literary Normal and Commercial
QPllegs: value $10. Two for $2S.0i).
Address The Leader.
WANTED Men to lorn barbe- trade.
Few week completes. Join now and
prepare for spring iuh. Position
ttunrantecd. Hraduate earn 515.0.1
weekly. Uoaid and tools provld-d.
?aa Ktrly earn expenses before fln-
IshUiK. Seid for catalogue at once.
Molar Barber Cu'Ien'e Ft. Worth. Tex.
I have position Tor good salesmen.
See rno for terms. V. Dowors 108
West Harrison Guthrie
FROM FRIEND TO ENEMV.
Transition That Is All Too Easy of
"How little we know what Is behind
the Broiling; masks of flesh and blood
which aro eally ?.$ th ve can sea
it our dearest friends!" said a woman.
"De Montesquieu tells us that If we
aoratch a Russian we find a Tartar.'
but it is a criticism that in a way apples-
to evory one for It needs only a
tittle abrasion to transform our former
tp .mates Into hostile acquaintances
otiu we can hardly recognlso the peo
pie whom we onco so much liked in
tho 'Tartars whom a slight scratch
has so completely changed. We fain
would ask ourselves which Is the real
person the friend whom we formerly
knew or the Individual who soeros so
ontlrcly different It behooves us
therefore to walk warily and refrain
from Jostling our companions It w
would keep up our friendships
Pally Leader 10 cents a weak dellr
ered every day except Sundy.
The History of Its Invention and D;-
lite evolution of iim typewriter Is
most Interestingly Illustrated by the
models of (ho patent office. These
models are stored In a building on O
street not far from the patent office
proper and although It takes soma
hunting to find the typewriters which
mue been patented at various times
the results aro Veil worth the search.
One finds for Instance the first
practical typewriter over constructed
which embraoes the essential princi-
ples of all modem machines. This
was tho Invention of Charles Thurber
nnd upon it was wrltien the first letter
uver typewritten. A fac simile of this
letter written In 1840 may be seen
tit the office. It Is a rather crude
piece of workmanship and there is no
distinction of capital and small tetters.
It was .written at what would now be
considered a ridiculously low rate of
ept'od. yot tho spacing Is perfect and
the typo quite legible It was called
a- '"mechanical chlrographer."
Although Thurber's maehlno la
Inrg and clumsy It embodies most of
tho mechanical devices common to
Jionriy all modern typewriters. To it
was applied for the first time tho paper-carrying
rollors togeuc with
suitable machinery for line and letter
After Thurbcr the first ninn to real-
ize the possibilities of the tpyewrttar
wac C. Latham Sholos of Wisconsin.
OIfted with on Indomitable will shrewd
business amplitude and q sublime faltn
lt his own powers which no failure
v.as ablo to. daunt nor any rofrnff dla-
It you will pay a vist tolh
Carriage and Wagn Work?
822 S. Division St
We will show you bow we
Uu'ten loose wagon and bucgy
GIN LOCATION Free gin sue giver.
In CastK Crsek u.tiuu lnunn ter
rltory. New town excellent To tlon
o gin there. Large crop assured. OJr
must Uq built at cice A ih-
Smith Weitern Itallroad lownaite v
Woleetka. 1. T.
FOR BEST TEKJIR .n
D. R. Jlosher 81)
Uy loans seo
HELP If yen want help of 'any kind
leave order at 10$ West Harrison.
POSITION Tho Kenworthy Employ-
ment Agency nt '08 Wen Harrison
can supply vour wants.
WANTUD An experienced lady cok1
for out of th o'ty. Call at 103 W.
WANTED SXLRSMEN AND SALES-
Ladles in this and adjoining tenl-
torv. to renresent and advertise th-J
Who'osalo t'.epartinoni cr an old es
tablished comin'.-relal hoise of solid
standing. Staple line. Salary $3 St)
per day paid weekly w." u expenses
advanced direct Pom headquarters.
Horse and buggy furnished whon nec-
essary. V'e fumisli everything. Po-
sition punuanetit. ddress The Co-
lmvbia Honee. G38 Monon Dldtf.. Chi-
SALESMEN WANTl!n Agen's. deal-
era and siorekoei ers start in bu-
intas lor yourself mi our capital. W:-
mako msnV Ao clothl.n; to nea-ii'e
and mu ctH S'il our peifeet fHtiti.
hliiliffct la ta.loriig at a good nroflt
fur a UtMe .icney as o.here ret'dl
ready "made go'icis. Tou can eontrol
euilM loal trade with ou- line. Sp-lng
line 4'K up to .'ate style.-) of woelcrs
tashlon disrlrvs etc.. no redy and
furnl'hed free. great opiwrtunliy.
Write today for full penl-ulare and et
iiiiinn irniwrs mpeiince not a-
sohitelv n-K-coury. Amet:ran Wallet
Mil's Co. D-pt. V Wjfhingtun Dlvd
and 1 nl n 5-. Chicago
crmrage this man the real Inventor or
the modern typewriter saw at one"
tint there was something in the klea
and laid hie plane accordingly. Shole
was not ft wealthy man himself and
IiM first difficulty lar In finding a oap-
llalist who was willing to nmbftrk
with him la the enterprise. This Ini-
tlal stumbling block overcome he se
to work with a will and between 188t5
nnd 1S73 turned out some twentypno
typewriters all of which were tueofet-
lrally perfect and all of which went
to piece with discouraging regulatit
nfter a more or less prolonged spell
of practical work. Each modol was a
l'ttle better than the preceding one
and thus at length a fairly efficient
machine was produced.
The finished and so far perfect arti-
cle was Intrusted for Its manufacture
as a marketable commodity to a man
ufacturing company In New York. For
a long time tho demand was very
small. Even -after tho lapse of nine
years not more than 1600 machines
were being sold per annum. This was
li 1882. Since than however the pop-
ularity -nt the typewriter has become
fiicli thnt at the present time a fin-
ished macllloe is being produced tor
ovcry five minutes of the working day
and this rate of production is nearly
lr not quite equaled by scores of oth-
The success achieved by Mr. Sholcs
rMurally Induced both Inventors anl
capitalists to turn thttlr attention to
ti.e production of others and. If pos-
sible more perfect typewriters tho
result being that Within tho laslwen-ty-wvaa
ye&rs thoro havo been pieced
poii tho market 150 different types
of machines. AVHh a single exception
nl. the bosl known machines havo
been Invented In this country.
A striking featuro of the patent of-
fice exhibit is the number of patent?
taken out on each machine one for
instance having some sixty or seven-
ty distinct devices.
There ha-e been many curious anl
beautiful machine construuttkl from
tlmo to tlmo to the order of various
IKOple or for presentation. Partialis
tho most olborate typewriter over
produced was that mado for tho Gxar-
Idp. of Huesla. AH parts of tho ma-
chine dfdlnarily black wore enamelod
blue and those portions of tho framo
work usually outlined In gold woro
Inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Tho keys
wore of African Ivory and tho bright
parts of solid gold. A similar ma-
chine was presented on hor wedding
day to tho prosont Princess of wales
then Duchess of York; and nnothor
was made not long ago to Iho order
of tho Khedive of Egypt. Tho. King
a! England possesses an exceedingly
elnborato typewriter. It Is Ivory-keyed
gold-plated throughout nnd very
An extraordinary machine was thnt
n.ade for LI Hung Chang. It was fitt-
ed -with iwenty sets of characters
3.800 in all each of which as no dies
tvre available nad to.be turned out
A somewhat expensive machine w&
bnflt by the Williams company for tli
ii4. at Eton school ill England of
tbe young su of the Countess of Car
nar.on. It wilte the Oreek alphabet
end nsod by tbe boy' whose eyesight
Is somewhae weak la preparing bis
lo-bons. This is believed to be the
oily Greek typewriter ever made: but
machines for writing Ru'su nro fre-
quetly common n certain' well kuown
American firm having recently sup-
plied a large order far typewriters for
government offices in the-land of the
Cznr. .Machines havo heap built to br
der for wrlrlnis Arable Sanorlt and
even old black lottor English.
When Ycu Have a Cold.
The fiist action whea you have n
cold should bo to relieve the JungH.
Tills is best accomplished by tbe freo
' UBe ot chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This Remedy liouefles fe touch mu-
cus and causes its exnuUUm from ex
pectoration 3nd opens tfie secretions.
A complete euro aeon
by J. N Wallace.
follow s. Sold
The Qruce phonographic telescope;
Ihe largest of Its kind Is to be moved
at once firm Lake Oeneva Wis . to
Mount Wilton near Pasadena Cal.
wlitr the atmospheric condition are
njucij jiupti'loA -PiJ urg Dispatch.
ihte arc GG.780 churches In Uc
lluislsn Kmplre. During the last year
ESS new places of worship were come-
To ?nr Conftlp itlon and Uver troub-j
.es by gently moving tlm bowals and
acting as a tcnie to the liver
Llitlo Ka?ly Rliers. These Famous
effective and sure
Their universal use for ir-iny years U.
a strong gu.xrautee of their popularity
and usefulness fteld by C. R. Ran-
The Derov satoon opcacl last night
I with e free lunch.
Know the Value of Pyramid Pile Cure
"Oratind alonc promi.ts ve to to
tifv tn in? efftfnev of Prajnld Pile
rnre La-t March I bctipht n i ollai
r 'I s" -it be dnijr fi m whlc'r
in v'l 'if ' l.edfnp pllr and I wa
a 'tift - fioi them fir olpht year
! but I httl rot Ven tiouhlo-l HU
I them since until lau Ser-tomber Mho'
jl gr.ve "jMh to a hal iri and aft"-
I (hat I had a vrrr severe caso of pro-
truding pile which a traincvj ntr. -ta'l
w the wo-pt case he eer sow
and mv ilnctor trld me to g't Pya
I tnt.l Pile Cure a:-al:i which I id an'.
I was. camplttdv cured In thrt-e day
! I have no' lwc pllfs of any kind since
'and 't Is a'l ovtim? u ihls wonderful
reinci'y. My nv.r. look a lox. which
I was glitl to le aide .- ijlve her fT
I know ho vrill be able to help lots
of suffering pet plf v.-h m t could
ne-- pp rr knmv
I rcoiumend 'Pvrainlds' wherev'-
I know of an? -Tie tvtte: itig as I did.
It pivps nru gremt pl-ai"ur" t te able
tc a 1 pin cntlrrlv cu.-el which my
dcttor says is truf 1 sv Oor' B!ss
PyrinM PI'o furo. ' From a fM-mc
g-eat sufferer Mr. F. Ancolt UM
1'nlty ft. F..Ankrord 1 hiladeiph'.a.
Till.' r'fedx. which Is fob! bv drug-
gists gene ally. In fifty ont and nno
dollar packa'ee. U In a ttipposttrr
fjnn Is applied directly to the parti
affected nnd ne-form I s work quick-
Iv nu.l pnln'casly. Its value Is oVldeno-
ed bv th tcstlmnny jrivtn abce and
we uige all tii.forers to buy a package
now and irlvo it n t'.-lal tonight. c-
copt no suttitutes anl romembr
that thee is no remedy "Ju't as gooA"
A little nock on the Cause and Curd
uf PHm is published by thu Pyramid
Drug Co Mar .nil. Mich. and H1
be sent fcu to tiny address.
The Caller's Advantage.
' Mrs. Wylkyns Which shall we do
tuntght call an the Dumloys or tele
phono them to come overhore.
Mr. Wylkyns Call on them by all
ntoonB. TliOn wo can start for homo
vhen wo lllto lnfoad of having to
wait for them t4 think of going
Slick Insurance Agent.
The modern. -Insurance ngont hna a
sort of palnlopo method of OJttractUig
a policy. Herd Is ono thnt worlw
-horo a good many others fall:
Jones Is at Insurance agent and ho
moots BroW who abhors sollcltora
of all kindB. Jones says:
"You are not looking well these
"That so? I didn't know It. What's
tho matter with ma?"
"Well you seem to bo off color and
underweight. I don't bellevo you
could pass an-examination for lnsur-
nnco." . i
Brown sniffs his contempt.
"I don't think you appreciate how
rlrict Insurance examinations are"
tald Jones mysteriously. "It Is a good
deal harder to get a $10000 policy
than tn pass the physical examination
for West Point."
"1 can do it" says Brown although
not confidently. Jones has touched
bun in a tender spot fo; he used to
Lo a xnamplon athlete.
"do up to the office and see" sny
Jcu.es.' "You needn't take out any In-
surance. I Just have a little curiosity
tcr see whether you can pasi."
Brown has a little cnrloslty on tho
subject too and he goes to the exam-
ination with a little anxiety. The
company physician taps him over
v-olghfl him and pronounoes him a fin
specinjen ol physical manhood.
And Brown Is so pleased with his
Utile triumph that he takes put a pol-
icy with Jones. New York Press.
We offer One Hundred Dollar Re-
ward for any case ot Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J Cheney &. Co. Toledo 0.
We the undersigned have known
F. J. Cheney for the last IB years and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations
made by his firm.
Waldlng Klnnan & Marvin
Wholesale Druggists Toledo O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern
! ally aotlni: dlrnotly upon Ihe blood
and mticois surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent free. Price 76c.
per bottle. Sold by all Druggbtts.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
stipation. The so-called "sweet potato" Is no
potato at all but belongs to an antire-
!.. .... n tin niv n .
.red 0 0 a areeplnB. twirting vine
.. h h blossom something like a
raornlng giory. Sweet potatoes are
rtner tn starch and ssr than the
Ttie 1sr6Mt steam hammer
woru u at Woolwleh Arstnal.
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A- && .." oSHKtes
118 West Oklahoma Avenue.
flE8dBSSS3AK3ilSB3fiSAttS0SSttSBSSeMv gieeenitMii - '
TO OUR PATRONS
n St txrfing the now yoiNr. wo takn pleasure lr ten-
dering to our numerous Jrlends and customers our
sincere thanks for the repeated evidence of their
good will and confidence- And we wish to txssure
themthottno effort on our pa.rt shall be spixred to
insure tho development of still more pleasant rela-
tions in tho future txnd that the most untiring dili-
gence will bo devoted to their service-
THE GUTHRIE LAUNDRY CO
1 When You Think of
WALL PAPER or
PAINT think of the
'.J. Frank Lacx.
State Anent American SuretT
Aetna llullding nad Loan Aanoclattou of Tuprka. Kan.
grhone 131 Logan County Hank llullding. Guthrie Okl.
d. B. FAIRFIELD
. . . . :
uoods i-'ciLCked. stored
I'none 2u. uiflce and Yards 407-409 W. Kelson
I The Guthrie Light & Power Co
W. ti.Qvm Prst Fhahh Uack. v iTesiUeut. J. W. Pwmr V-Prwt
Kobt. SiHtsc(ia pftubter. 11 . W. Paihtxm and Chah. II. Fiuotc At Caibters.
GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK
OLDESl IN OKLAHOMA.
I F4)kaV friJP &W
6 j. w. emnt. a. o. a Kuma. Hout.swii
Spring 190 5
Sty'esin Vfci Kid Velour
.HI and Tan Kusia Calf
$500 tx pair.
Spring 19 0 5
Styles in Patent Kid and
$5 00 and S6.00 a pair
OUR SPRING STYLES
are the very latest designs
comprising all that's new
and good in perfect Shoe-inakinff.
Guthrie Wall Paper
& Paint Company
119 Eest Okla. Ave
' Prank P.SBeamku. 8
Jr.-Th y sir -7io .8f .
T.rxre Pnnl T5c4c V)
Co.. of New Yofk.
and Shipped to Urder-
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 20, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 16, 1905, newspaper, February 16, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc72384/m1/3/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.