Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 75, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 28, 1900 Page: 7 of 8
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Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
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AT CONVENIENT HOURS
C. B. HART QcnM West. Agt.
OklBbouiR city o. 'f.
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Wo have just received a largo ship
mont of the celebrated Paul Jones
whiskey and we will be delighted to
have have our customers call and try
these celebrated goods as they are
are one of Old Kentucky's finest pro-
ductions. We also wish to say for the
benefit of the fancy drinkers in and
around Guthrlo that we will serve ov-
er our bar PaulJones 4 Roses at 25cts.
per drink. Wo are now located at our
now Btand 105 West Harrison avenue
and would be glad to see you all
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The striking and important events
of tho last year have established tho
overwhelming value of Tiik Thmgk-a-Week
WonuD to every reader. For an
almost nominal sum it has kept its sub-
scribers informed of the progress of all
our wars and moreover has reported
them as promptly and fully as if it ware
a dally. With our lntereets still extend-
ing throughout tho world with our
troops operating in tho Philippines and
tho great Presidential campaign too at
hand its value is further increased.
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World Is improvement. It strives each
year to bo bettor than it wob tho year
before and public confidence in it is
shown by tho fact that it now circulates
more than twico aB many papers overy
week ns any other newspaper not a
dally published In America.
We offer tills unequaled uowspapor
and TnE Weekly Leader together ono
year for 81.13.
Many women throughout tho coun-
try make pin money out of their
chickens. Wo havo known women
who havo clothed tho entire family
with tho proceeds of tho poulry yard
and seme have patd off mortgages and
others havo bought their homes by
Intelligent management of their
flocks. Everybody Interested in
cbiekenB should got Biggie's Poultry
Book. It is so full of helpful sugges-
tions and short cuts to nuccess and
has so many years of costly experi-
ence boiled down for its pages that it
is poor economy to bo without it. It
will help Increase tho iucomo from
iha poultry yard and has started
tnanv an amoteur or misguided pro-
fessional on the right track. The
paico ta 30 cents free by mall; address
th paMlohers Wiluier Atkinson Co.
A. P. KIDWELL T. P. A.
Oklnhowu City a T.
A R k c o n d Br b.a k e n But
Through First Class Pullman Sleeper Be-
tween Chlcngo and San Krunclico
Via Denver and Salt Lake City will
bo inaugurated Feb. 25 by the great
Rock Island Route leaving Chicago at
10 p. m. dally Omaha 130 p m. The
Colorado Rockies and tho Sierra Ne;
vados are crossed in daylight in both
directions making this tho grandest
scenic trip in the world. The cars are
Pullman's finest broad vcBtlbuled
sleepers and aro carried on limited
trains with dining car service through
and Buffet Library Oars. Direct con-
nections to and from southern Califor-
nia. Sea your agent for berth reser-
vations and folders or aadross E W.
Thompson A. O. P. A. Topeka
FJIISCO LIS IS
Take tho most popuiar routo to St
Louis and all points east Kansas City
and all points north and west.
Santa Fo trains mako closo connec-
tions at Oklahoma. City and Wichita
for all points on tho FriBco lino.
St. Loula and Kansas City mall and
oxpreBS leaves Oklahoma City at 0:15
every morning; leaves St. Louis at 8:10
overy evening and arrives at Oklahoma
City at 8:20 tho following evening.
Through reclining chair cars with-
out change Pullmam palace sleepers
from Monott to St. Louis and Kansas
City. You can secure borths before
Further Information will be cheer
fully given by tho nearest agent or
B. F. Dunn.
Dist.Pass. Agt.. Wichita Kans
G. P. A. St. Louis Mo.
Tho season of ico and enow
In the North is Its period
of leafage and bloom.
Its delicious climate heals
the sick refugcB tho tho
delicate restores tho over-
worked and entrances tho
The California Limited
Santa Fe Routo affords tbo
quickest aud moat luxurious
A. J. CORKINS Agent
Guthrie O. T
LBAPBR OUTHKIE OKLAHOMA
i . i.
A TftfTufctvii Cleverness.
There aro many who consider clever-
ness llos merely In being able todo?
one or two thing speslelly woll. Thliji
is not so A clover woman Is ono who-'
looks wolf after tho rvaya of "l!tfr "owli '
household a clever woman is ono
who undertakes nothing that abo docs
not understand; a clever woman Is
one who is mistress of tact and knows
how to make" tho social wTieoia ryn
smoothly; a clover woman Is ono who
acts liko hoi water on ten sho brings
tho sweetness and strength out 'of
everybody else. ''
rink Monmcllno lie Bole Bodice.
TJseful IIodhoUoIiI Hints
Fresh raw moat Is the best bait for
Lemon and salt .will removo stains
from tho hands.
Hot water and Boda will removo
most greaso stains.
For nose bleeding snuff powdered
alum through tho nostrils.
To mako your light brilliant rub tho
lamp chimneys after washing -with
Overheated roomB aro more injuri-
ous than a temperature lower than la
usually advised for them.
Use warm water instead of cold for
watering thb tropical plants such aa
palms rubber plants orango rees etc.
If blacJl underwear stockings or
black yarn that Is to' be knitted is
boiled a few minutos in milk tho dyo
will not stain the skin.
Llmowator will swooton jars and Jugs
which soap and wator fail to cleanse.
It Is admirable for cleansing milk vb
bgIb nnd nursing bottles.
Yellow oil stains left by tho sewing
machine will easily be romqved In tho
wnsh if they aro first rubbod over with
a. little liquid ammonia.
To raise the nap in cloth Boak it In
cold wator for half an hour then put
on a hoard nnd rub tho threadbare
parts with n prickly thistle or emery.
Creamy Hair-Wash. Ono ounce of
oil sweet almonds ono ounco strong
liquid ammonin two ounces rosewater
four ounces uplrits of rosemary. Mix
well. To bo well rubbed in the hair.
Felix MorrlB who died in New York
recently was one of tho boat known
of charaotor actors. Ho was born fif-
ty year? ago In England spont bin
youth In tho West Indies and as a
young man took up theatricals in bia
native land. Then ho came to America
and worked in a Boston drug store
but soon returnod to tho stage and ero
long was Jn tho companies of tho
great stars. Among thoao with whom
he played were Junius Brutus Booth
John T. Raymond Mine Modjeako
Mary Anderson Lotta and Bouclcault
SdNeate Your Uowels "With Caf carets.
Candy Cathartic euro constipation fororer.
J0;Ke; If a 0. 0. 111 urtf relate refund money.
IN THE TWILIGHT OF LOyE.
If ytmn dgo ytiKttiil m. oVftr " "'"
flint on n day our dream vrouW fndo
To Uwwe halt knitted AimIm drear
I should hnv? grieved and ftU dlenTnyed
But yet ny Softly li the rain
Of dsedf year' mv sttld on
Bach u'laWlnir imnslon thnt the rain
Wn uBolhfrty ore all light Ml soric
Ah bu It ihi
( kfcrta too blub
To bravo II
UnKya lUwuneu t rag. ait
stouFdown ere lfeji?0n
EYES LIKE TELESCOPES.
f lie Soutli African Hnxlimett Are Olft-
;d With Mnrvcloan Night.
IhtiB 'often boon roninrkod thnt civil
i zod pcoplo tond to beconio Bhort Bighted.
This id beenneo In towns nnd cities their
vision i mostly confined to short dis-
tances Suvago race? on tho other
hand aro generally gifted with remark-
ably koon sight aud few triboe ard
mbto notftworthy in this respect thnn
tho AMttan buahmon whose eyes nra
voritnlilo tloficop. This power is no
donbt n is'lso provinion of natrnro for
tho lmnhi!lun nro a small rnco and if
thoy woro not nblo to soe danger a long
way off tboy would ioon bo oxtorminatod
by tholr various enemies whether sav-
agoa of other triboB or wild boaetfl.
A travolor in South Africa rolatea
that whilo walking ono day in company
with n friendly Imahiunn tho Havngo
suddenly stoppod and gazing ncrosa tho
plain cried out that thero was a lion
nhond. Tho traveler gazed long and
earnestly in tho diroction indicated by
tho bnuhman but could bco nothing.
"Nonsense" he said "thoro'H notliing
thora" And ho went forward again
with tho buHhman follo'ving at IiIb
heels trombling and unwilling and still
asserting that ho could boo a lion.
Presontly tho native cnino to u dead
atop nnd refused to budge another inch
for this time ho declared ho could eeo
a lionesH with a number of enbs a fact
whicii inado tho animal mora dangor-
ona than over. But tho European xvlio
could boo no lionoea much less its cubs
pushed ahead declaring tho bnshman
was dreaming. After walking n quarter
of a milo however ho could dimly
mako out nu object moving ncrosa tho
horizon. Still doubting that it could bo
tho object which tho buBhinnn said ho
had Been ho continued to advance and
at Inst was nblo to distinguish u lionets
with her cnbs c round hor walking
loisurcly toward tho woods. Chums.
In the Hand) of rn Enemy.
"Saw a strango thing in Toledo tho
other day" said n citizen who was bo-
ing shaved in a Qriawold Btreet barber
shop. "I was walking from the hotel to
the office of n lumber firm nnd mot a
man ono Bido of whoso faco was block
as your hat"
Every razor along tho lino was sus-
pended in tho air and tho whito of
ovory oyo becamo moro prominont.
"Wouldn't datkill yonY" gaspod tho
artist iu chargo of tho nnrrotor. "Dat
takes do rag sn'. An do odder sido wn'
"No; tMt was black too."
Thoro was no work douo 'for Bomo
timo us all but tho man who had dono
tho questioning woro shouting thoir
hilarity. Ho looked so fiorco ana made
such unprofessional elaahoa with lii ra
zor that tho citizen decided to lot Iub
mustacho grow didn't want 1i!b hair
combed and loft a half a dollar withont
mentioning change. Dotroit Free
Gnaale'M Ulir JlrotlterN.
"Yes" said tho principal of tho
young ladies' seminary to tho proud
paront "yon ought to bo very happy
my donr sir to bo tho fothor of bo largo
a family nil tho members' of which ap-
pear to bo bo devoted lo ono another. "
"Devotodl Largo family 1" gasped
tho old gentlumnn in oinazotnont.
"What on earth do you mean ma'am?"
"Why yo indeed." said tho princi-
pal boaming through her glaraoB. "No
fawor than 11 of Qukcie's-brothors havo
been here this term to take hor out
aud eho tolk mo she oxpootit tho will
one with tho blue oyes again tomor-
row. "London Tit-Dlt.
yon anything beeifl
photograph ny wJUcn i can
him ' naked the detective.
"Yee I have" ropliod the hard fea
tared matron whose hnnlmwl hnd do-
Hertwl her. And going to her bureau
drawer she took oat a bunch of glngw
colorad iiHlr. tied witli n ribbon. "Uim
and me had going words one day." she
said "and I pulled all this out of hie
head. " Chicago Tribune.
'I '". Hi I I ill i
DlrdM of SlHTiiinoaiiee.
"Paeoo Ui ropresentwl by r dove isn't
it?" agkod tho man who was looking
ovor Bomo allegorical picture.
"Woll" answered the official wlw
had boon to n diplomatic banquet
"dovoa need to figure in that oonueo
Hon. But qnuil on toaHt appoarH to bo
moro popular now. " Washington Star.
Why jIo Stays.
"No fiir' uald tho red faced alder-
man with groat omphnalB "I'm in tho
franqhiso fight to atuy."
"1 enppose then" Bald tho little
man witlj wldo care "tbut tKo'y don't
give ybtt5 your wad until tile whole
thing's eSded." Clcroland Plain
ri -;; Jr. l3fit -
TO KILL INCOnRIOinLU
California's XuUlnittrn Mity Xm Tjit
to This Hjnd.
Tho authorities of California fire
Eorlously coeltlorlng tho advlBabllUy eS
pasBlng & law making lncorrlglblltt;
among criminal n onplthl olfonne
In other words criminals upon betna
takon into custody will bo put through
a thorough tost by criminologists and
If in thoir Judgment tho prlcmer iA
totally depraved ho will bo condonuuttl
to dli. This radical step on th pari
of tho Stato of California is prompted
by tho rapidly Inoronalng erlme lot
epite of all tho lawe to ubduo and
suppress it. Criminologists nnd pen
ologists have studied crlmo nnd crlm-
inals from ovory poiut of view and T
ory effort has boon rundo to enact law
that Bhould havo a reformatory el
feet upon thoso Inclined to commit oC
foneos agHlnst Aholr follow altlzons
nd yet it is admitted thut crlmo In-
strati of becoming leurt frequent 1b con-
According to the plan Hint haa boert
suggonted tho logialuturo at Ua naxfc
seuelon will havo tho opportunity to
pasB a law providing for the exter-
mination of all IncorrlKlblea. In easel
such a law shouU pass a commlsaKva
would bo appointed to which coses
of this nature would bo refcrrod. This
commission would consist of nlicnlats.
crimlnolqelsta and others whoso ox-
porlenco had fitted thorn for ouch doll
tato duty and tholr decision would M
flnal. In reach lug this decision how
over they would havo to bo guided MR
something moro than tho ordinal
mothods of Justice. Of course the cottt
dltlon of tho prleonor'a brain wouU
play an Important part in their jud$
mont for thero aro persons criminal
insano whoBo removal In thla anaonar
would Bcarcoly bo JuBtlfled by any d!v-
lllzed government A question that
would follow tho adoption of ouch a
novel Innovation in California would
)o tho proper mothod of dlopoel-Qg ot
persons to bo removed from thort!
ephero of crlmo. Tho Increasing tend-
ency of popular opinion iu certainly
against tho present mothods of capital
punishment. It Is tho general opin-
ion that tho best means .of accomplish-
ing this purposo would bo by tho uat
of chloroform or ether or hydrocya-
nic gas. In Japan tho government In
considering tho adoption of a filstlUc
mothod of Inflicting tho death penalty
iut it really matters llttlo whether
one drug or another should bo adopt
ed. In cither case tho roault would ba
tho aamo. The death-dealing fumes
could bo conducted to' the coll through
plpos and tho condemned would past
away as painlessly ae if ho was simply
falling asleep. In theso modern timos
when tho principle of tho death pod"
ulty is absolute juotico and not re-
venge tho moro humane tho method
of inflicting this punlehment tho lean
brutalizing will bo ltd effecta upon
OUR COOKINO SCHOOL.
" " "
!) In IJlaiiWtiK
Roll a gpQd-Blzod oyaor p at very
U)ln strip of baepn nd fuou with a
Bmall skowor; toothpicks aro very'goodl
to use. Fry In boiling hot lard until
Whltos of flvo ogs one half cup
sugar ono quartw poumj prunea; alow
prunoH until soft rub through a hIovo
chap nwats of prunes mix together
and beat woll; bake about 1G mlnulca.
Servo with cream or cuHt'urd aa pre-
ferred. Cold IVntor Cnho.
Two cups Bugar one half cup buttery
threo cups Hour one rup wator four
ogg two toapoonfulB baking powder
ono toaapoonful vanlla. Rub migar an
butter to a cream; add tho iggs woll
beaten then add the wntur tndu th
flour and baking powder.
Clean the headi ihoruuahly. q'ako
off the coamte green outer leaves. Cut
In small piece and utew in a llttlo
broth. When tender mlil ome rich
ream a little flour and butter enough
to thlrk n the cream. Hoaeon with mt
(ml a little nutmeg.
Roil a quarter of a pui.d of rnaa-
roal in a quart of water fur 10 miiiutoa
then strain it otf. and throw It into two
(juarts of boiling stock let It simmer
gently for half an hMir thou nerve
with gr7ted oheeae upon a plate uep-
arately. Honey Stopped tlto (t'loctc.
A ohurott olock in Ilarborno near
Blrminghnm IBngland waa found to
havo Btoppod on account of base
swarming In It and filling tho worka
with honey. It took two dayH to got
the houoy out. Another Yorkshire
slock wat stoppod by a bird vhlck
made a practloo of roootlng on ouq ot
Varylnc Kltovl of Front.
Frost haa a variety of offecU upen
different products IJmler tho name in-
fluence eggs will burst apple) will con?
tract aiid potatoea turn black.
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