Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 11, 1900 Page: 1 of 6
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA
TO HONOR WfflULUU WITH QODDBStf
Madrid Jan. 10.-The nue&n r&sont ha
wointed tha Duke of Vamgua Ih
-"cemlatH of Columbia na special am-
msrtdor to go to Berlin for the purpose
.' Investing? Crown Princo Frodortck
TMlam with the lnnlgrna of he Ooldon
leeoe her rnftjraty havliiff tf&ned a da-
te ystordy appolnlinff the crown
rlnce a knight of that Order.
New York. Jan. 10. A wid atory of a
targe number of dWtrotrted and homenlck
lAmetiraitK wlio bac?me Intereetotl In a
ettlemem at Ja GK'fft In the provltto
of Puerto Pxineipo wn tokl today by
Kobert 1111 a t. Joseph Mo. buelnaew
man who arrived today on the steamer
03nda fromt Cuba lie dwelt upon the
little employment obtainable ami said
that many wereeutfe-wns for lack or th
orJInaro neceasKle f Hf .Many have
not themeana to purchase paseace back
no th United States.
Topka ICas.. Jan. 10 The Kansas
hardware dealers uajoHatlnn. In session
hare today adopted roaol nitons against
trusts and comblmvion. dcHarlnir that
tta member were dwilmiiK of t aying as
far m possible of housox who l-ai outttydp
of the trusts. The resolutions rwiueat ine
Kansas senators and conejreiwi to use
their votes against all trusts ami combinations.
Wichita Jan. 10. John Kornstett a
boy who murdered his cousin agecl
9 years Nora Kornstrtt i th ceLti-
try June 30 Is on trlai in 'he district
court here. The court rocm Id crowded
with spectators some of a horn ave
klrlven from a distance of flitGn tiile.
Kornstett was plowing; corn when his
little cousin ntopped to talk to him.
Hornet t attempted to kill the girl
by swinging her head agalntrt. a peach
tree after which lie throw her into
an old dry well filled in some dirt then
covered the hole with brush. The
'Slrl was olive when found but died
The boy eontesae' the crime and had
to bo tnkon out of the country to p.--vent
lynching'. The character of the
crime the boy's yul"i and his utter
lack of concern In the matter attracted
the attention of crlmlnatoglsts all over
Tho churches of tho oast aldo will
nniie iq iuo observance of too week of i
prayer. Beglnnlnpf Monday evening
January 8 the union services will bo
held In tho various places of worship
Let all Christian people join in mak-
ing this a helpful series of services.
Below is tho program for tho week:
Tuesday evening At tho Baptist
ehurch; topic. The Church Universal;
leader Rev Nowby.
Wednesday evonlnpr At tho First
M. E. church topic. Nations and their
Rulers; leader Rev Mansfield.
Thursday evening At tho Christian
church; topic Families and Schools;
lender. Rev. W. C. Miles.
Friday evening At tho Congrega-
tional ehurch; topic. Foreign Missions;
loader. Rev. Mathews.
Saturday evening At tho M. B.
ehurch south; topic. Home Missions;
leader. Uev. W. J. Marsh.
Service wiil Ltgln promptly ot 7:80.
The World's Jimorr.
All the ornery used in the world
comes from the little island of Naxot
near Greece. At it is one of the hard-
est substances known ordinary quarry-
ing tools cannot be used to cut It out
In Sunny j
Are islands as charming as
Capri a coast as gay as the
Rivera mountains as
wonderful as any in Italy
or Spain hotels as sumptuous
as can bo doslrod out-door
diversions and a winter
climate unrivalod in tho
Thousands of tourists are
alro&dy there thousands
are on the way.
The Santa Fo Route will
conduct you thoro at the
minimum of cost In tlmo and
money and with maoclmum
A. J. CORKINS Agont
KahjWS-Mj ' -
Victoria B. C Jn 9. ladeflnlbe
charges of pro-Boor sympathy have re-
Butted In the boycotting and serious em-
barrassment to o large number of Belgian
and Swedish Boer citizens who rigorously
repudiate any treasonable connection.
Capt. Victor Jaoobson -who wa report-
ed to lmve originated the Transvaal aid
campaign had IriV fine sloop scuttled at
hvr moorings last night. He and others
are offering substantial rewards for bhe
identification of their enemies.
Blgglo Borry Boole No. 3 of Tho
Biggie Booko is all about berries. A
wholo encyclopedia of berry lore boil-
ed down after tbo manner of Farm
Journal. Tells about varieties about
planting growing mulching cultivat-
ing picking and marketing. It gives
praotical pointers from the pens of
scores of leading borry growers from
all parts of tho country who have con-
tributed to its columB IthaaColorod
representations of berry true to size
and eolor thiuty-three portraits of
practical bcrryracn and thirty-Ova
other illustrations handsomely bound
lu cloth. Tho prtofl is SO cents free
by mall; addross the nubliahera WIN
ruer Atkinson Co Ph delphta
Finest train west of Chicago.
06 honrs to Los Angelou.
Pullman Dining car Buffet
Smoking car'wlth barber
shop) Observation car (with
Vestibulod and olectric
Four times a week Tuesdays il
and Saturdays. Santa
A. J. CORKINS Agent
Guthrie O. T.
BETTER THAN EVER.
The big clubbing offer of the
Weekly Leader is catching' on
in great shape. The people
know a good thing when they
see it and they are not allowing"
the big offer to escape unnotic
The Leader by special ar-
rangements with the Times
management enabled us to ma ire
the big offer still better.
Instead of the Weekly Times
we give the twice-a-week Times
with club offer.
The whole thing for only $1.
This gives the new subscriber
or the subscriber who pays up
arrearages four metropolitan
papers and two farm papers to
say nothidg of the Atliis and
One Republican and: three
This is open to all. Persons
already subscribers can get the
big offer by paying up back
If interested in horses cows or
sheep tako the Farm Journal. Wo
will give this paper for the balance of
1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003
noarly five years to all subscribers
now or old who pay for the Oklahoma
Weekly Leader a year ahead This
offer is for a short time only.
First como first served; so march up
and pay for the Oklahoma Lkadki? a
year ahead. This will ".ecuro that
good little paper tbo Farm Journal
for tho balance of 1800 and all of 1003
1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five year
without any futhor pay. Shall we
hear from you within one week?
Only Real Cafe
III TUIC CITY.
STntlounl Uvn Stock Aaeoalntlon.
Texas Stattt-IUml ISstate Assoelotlon.
Fort Worth. Texas January in-18
1000. For tho above occasion wo will
sell tickets from Guthrie to Fort Worth
at tho rato Of 90.10 for the round trip.
TlckoUi on sale January 11 th and 16th
good to return on any day January 17
to 27 Inclusive Continuous pussage
in each diroctlon going passage to bo
commended on date of Dale and return
passage on data of execution by joint
agont. A. J. Gonicws
Agent danta Fe
Don't Trust Your 1'hoton to Agents
Direct With the ArtUtM
We will mako to any one sending in
a photo a life-size ollletto crayon or
pastel portrait free of ehargo to Intro-
duce our superior work. Exact like-
ness highly artiBtic finish and prompt
roturn of Bmall photo guaranteed.
Send us your photo at onco. '
203 Main st. jDallas Texas.
New rteMis Cotton! Receipts. $3000
A $3000 CONTEST
For Comistitiutioe Subscribers for the
First Quarter of 11900
The Atlanta Constitution Proposes to Distribute Among Its Subscribers $3000 in Cash to Those
lug with the Rules of This Contest Who" Estimate Correctly the
1 lEf OIRtlBIS FIRM SEPT. 1 8II TO AH. 1 H 900.
- A.q Follows: v.
JN TME E0T ESTJMAtr AOTS'&YMcoismioN-
$1 500 OO -'as1 to e P!r5(r estimating correctly the number of bales of
J ' cotton received at New Orleans within the dates mentioned
provided the estimate is received beiore February 1st 1900.
?1 OOn DO Cash if the correct estimate be sent in during February before
qjl.uuu.uu Marcirlst. 1900.
d55QO OQ .Cash if the correct estimate be sent in during March' befdre April
- 1st at whiGh time the contest closes short.
Fob toe Hemes? Estimates
fccnr In cash for the NEAREST ES.
Accompanied by Yearly Subscriptions to
THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION-
TIMATE U the numhef of
balea rcceiyad at N;w Orleans La. within
the dates montionod" f.ls prize nnd nil the
following will be t.wanled without rgard 'f
the exact receipts going to th nearest etti-
mates whatever they may be:
fc A r n caih for the SECOND
H)CrvU NEAKEST ESTIMATE on
the number of balei.
GZOCZn cmH for Ujc THIIID
qpOU NEAREST JiSTIMATE on
' the number of bale.
In cash for the FOURTH
NEAREST ESTIMATE on
'. the number of bales.
"z1 CfciOC la cash for the FIFTH
sPllO NEAREST ESTIMATE on
the number of bates
In caih for the SIXTH
NEAREST ESTIMATE on
the number of bal
.$3000 EN CASH REPRESENTS OUR TOTAL LIABILITY HEREON..
w5if note the higfttiest prize for the exact estSnraate is $n50o anL ill the six prizes for Nirest Estimates add up another
- $n5Q'o making the $3ooash Offer.
Statistics off Former Years.
ABftKiilJetoyaursoUniute. we kIvo tho follMiisg ttgutmi
oomylii from tha etattetlcn ot four farmer yean
Season NewOrlwitw NwOrlon U. 8.Tetal
llecelpls ItoeftlpU for Cotton Orep
of Bpt.lto whBl)'r ter
April t Scpt.1 to Aug. 31. Smo Year
J895-6 J 620.974 J.812.J67 7157346
IB96-7 J.936587 2.102470 8757964
1897-8 2432315 2.576.J65 U.J99.994
W98-9 J.B54.J53 2130296 U.274840
The exact official flourea to decide thU Contest will bo fur-
nished us by Htorctary II. O. llifltor or the New Orleans Cotton
Tbo Oonstltatlo.i market page each wic will tve tqu the
port rooelpta at New Orlrana ilace Boptomber Ht ISM. up
ihrousb tha Xtlday Immediately proe4lnx. This will keen
.ton potted on tha figures without havlBrto write anybody
Should there bo only ono correct estimate for the ezast
I number of Unto the dnto upon whteli we receive tho eetlmato
will decide vhloh premium sum the party roaklne It shall be
Bhould there bo more than one correct rstlmata received
the money will be divided by fraction whose denominators will
be the total number of correct Kuewes reeelved. and each sue-
ceuful estimate will rooelva Its share of the prise sum for tta
period. Vor Instance: Should A send his correct answer tn
lurliui January. II durloc lebruary and C during Mareh A
vauld receive one-third of tha 1190 prise; It ons-thlrd of
he f 1090 prise and O oue-thlrd of the prize.
.Hit It During January..
The day upon whlah wereoelvethe animate deobleatheatandlRsef Uie eeateataiit Te tttose who
have the longest time against thtm tha largiiet unrds are offered. Tboae who waH uUi tfee Usne lias at-
meet expired will have a ehanee at only the smallest sums.
Will It be hit exactly? Yos vro think so. It has boon done In the only contest of
this kind we ever ran before. Mr. It T. l'oole then of Ouple Mills N. O. In April 1800
named the exact number of bale received at New Orleans nnd reeelved from us a cheek
for 11000 that looked Just like this:
oMau afe5wtf. StMe?
gajTr t - .- i rrrvr4
Every Contastant Sends $1. 00 for ft
THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION
and Gets the Greatest of All American
Newspapsrs for Ono Ywr.
JEej thU In view and ssnd year eaUmato with your Collar
for ayars suMsrlptlen m
TheeeHidrMoci ureoedent to Mndlnrf a reply to this Prise
OeWt u that DMh nnd evrr estimate must tk Hecompanted by
eyear'a sahsertptlnii to TJlK WKBKhY CONSTlTUTiONi
tkeesttniaKiiiiostlMaentintheldeBtleal nviuie that brlnn
Um nwoey that pays ror the subscription) lortllni or Itavlnir
It oat br sroldsnt or otherwise or not knowing or the Contest
at tka Urn you suberMed or any other rujii will not enti-
tle qm to sond itn estimate afterwards. Tlw aetlmaUi must
oowe wltn the sutisorlpUen or not at all (would a party tend
mere tvta one prtse estimate he or she will be entitled to a
fxtae oh eoh oi 1'emoos irtoy send answefs as many tliaee
as they m1 suijscrlptteiM. Aiceota' answers allowed as has
TJh OuNtast '(egae Juaeary 1st 10 Waltesan to keen an
aaaeuate aeoeunt of subwIpUons rseolvel with estimates
we reaerd tbe answers oh the day reowtvsd end wilt allow no
eAastm whatever In ttm Hfterwards. The Contest closes April
1st WW at Whloh tltu we will pay out to the sueeeasful par.
ties the nil prhu) mom.t that has aounisd In the Contest
U msWitit yo'ir amwni make your Mitures vsry plain
a4iJHtaWsln.i.') i-Mlwate . . '" "'"
Aildremali orders um! Ineioss y.or estimate siiDarriptlen
aHd HKHtey to tb Mutrrnyelope) to
THE CONSTITUTION Atlanta Ga. I
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