Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 11, 1900 Page: 3 of 6
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t'dTiv The Aplar v. Talk" with a tawv.T
Ari wiii'. ih"iiolM;. Livestock Diary. The
lHiltr Yard. The Question box. Wants and
Klovr. The Veterinary. Fashion and
rVi -. Work. Household Features.
Farm and Home t published oeml-month-ly
thu i RlvlnR you -M number a vear the
whole rrtukinK h volume of over MO paces
teeming wiih all the latest and most rrelia-
Metnfurmati mtuat experience and science
Bv special arrangements we make for a
limited time the following liberal offer:
Weekly Leader. Price 50c. i ALL VOVH
Farm and Home 5c
Webster Dlctlonaiv. 25c.
Alias of the World 26c.1
THnCOMPREHENSIVE WEBSTKR DIC-
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est to all clases of procresHlvf people It
contains M 000 words which Is all the aver-
age person has .my u-e for.
It also contains twelve departments as fol-
lows; I. Abbreviations; a I'ronouncinr
Dictionary : 8 proper names: 4. Gazetteer
of the orte.fi. Large Cities; 6. Parliamen-
tary Itules: 7 Business Instructor; 8 Social
Etiquette ' 9 Letter Writing 10: Use o Capi-
tals; II Punctuation; 18. Postal Guide.
It contains 192 pages handsomely bound in
Imitation leather covers and la especially
designed for pocket use.
ATLAS OP THE WOULD and City Guide
This Is the most comprehensive and val-
uable book of its kind ever published and
contains U pages beautiful colored maps.
The maps are not cheap prints they are
lust as finely as those in hooks 10 or 100 times
Its size are all in lour and five colors. The
maps cover notonlv the world in a general
way. but many of them are in detail show-
lng the mot important points In the whole
world which anyone might want to find
In addition to the maps and possibly not
less valuable. Is a fund of satlstleal and
other tacts of grAt value for dully If not
It contains M pages: handsomely bound In
imitation leather and is especially designed
tor noeket use.
A word about these
Til U 0 KLA JIOH A L R A I1EU.
It is not nece-sary to mention tho
Oklahoma Leader. It is known to every
man woman and child in Oklahoma.
Democratic to tho core comprises 12
pagus containing all the news of tho
world political and industrial. It is a
territorial paper Tho regular sub-
scription is 50c.
THE NBW YORK
Published on Thursday. For over
flftyeight years a National Family pap-
er for formers and villagers whoso
readoro have represented theivery best
element of our country population.
It gives all important nowo of the
Nation and World tho most reliable
Market Reports. Fascinating Short
Stories an unexcelled Agricultural De-
partment tic entitle and Mechanical
Information Fashion Articles fqr the
Women. Humorous Illustrations for
old and young. His "The People's
Paper" for tho entire United States.
Regular subscription price SI. 00 per
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TWICE A WEEK TIMES
The Times has. long been tho great-
test Democratic paper of the West and
under tho new management tho TimeB
fs reaching out for a world wido posi-
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the home. It contains all the farm and
political news. Tho regular subscrip-
tion price is SI. 25.
The Atlanta Constltutitlon is the
?:reat paper of tho South. It needs no
ntroductlon. Tho regular subscription
pilco is SI. 00 per year.
THE FARM JOURNAL
Tho Farm Journal published by tho
Wilraor Atkinson Co.. Philadelphia is
the oldest and most reliable Farm
Journal in the country. It was estab-
lished a half century back and hap sav-
ed more money to the farmer than SO
like publications It contains short
and continued torics. aud abounds in
Information valuable to the farmer.
The regular subscription price is $1.25.
HOME AND FARM.
The Home and Farm is a 10 page pa
Ser. It is published at LoulBville Ky.
ere is n sample of Its Index:
After many Years; Aunt Jane's lot-
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FOR $6.50 WORTH OF
HIS is an agricultural year It is also
a campaign year. Within a few weeks
the presidential strife will be on You
will not only want to keep in touch with
advanced thought but you will also want to be posted on
political aijLd news events of the world. In order to promote
the circulation of the
we have decided to make the following unparalleled offer:
Here Is the Offer
Farm Journal (four years)
Home and Farm
Atlas of the World
By Benaing.One.Dollar and Fifty Oenls (1.50. direct to this office or depositing same with
your postmaster' yorfcan receive five metropolitan weekly papers for one year and one farm paper or
for years afldjalso a yorld's Atlas and a Webster's Dictionary. The actual price of all these is St. !.
You can getthiemaU.forSl.50 cash. Read this prize' list
. j ItCKiiUr Subscription l'rice
Th6 Oklahoma Leader $ 50
New York Weekly Tribune 1 00
Atlanta Weekly Constitution 1 00
Kansas City Semi-w'kly Times 1 25
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This includes the
great Farm Journal
for four years from
Jan. 1 1900.
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publishers. THE LEADER makes this stupenduous offer after ipecial arrangements with the publish-
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subscribers to THE LEADER can take advantage of this exceptionally low combination by paying the
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THE OKLAHOMA LEADER for one year and the . .
FARM JOURNAL of Philadelphia four years from Jan.
1900 for only
tor; Annwers to correspondents; A
bomeles youth; Hells on sbeep;"urrent
comment; Dr. Wilson's letter; Experi-
ment station digest; Ewtview farm pa-
pers; Editorial DauejExchange column;
John 0. Edgar's letter ; Letters to the
Editor; Market Reports; New Year Re-
forms; Our Dairy; Sources of Wasti
The Century in Agriculture; The Foul
tr7 Ya'd; Violet corner; Womans worki 1800 edition and contains everything
With the ChlldrenjA Christmas lesson; lhat a weu reflated dleUonury
Old John Ueny.On Christmas morning; . . dli.tlf.nRrv ratalls at
The Dreamer.Tbe Fairies' Frlgh. The "O""'- rim dictionary retails at
regular subsc Iptlon price of Home and scents.
Farm is 31.00 a year.
WBBSTBR'B 0ICTI0NAUV ATLAS OF TUB WOULD
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Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 11, 1900, newspaper, January 11, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74734/m1/3/: accessed February 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.