The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 25, Ed. 1, Monday, July 1, 1901 Page: 3 of 8
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THE VTjltErt GUTrttlU drttAHtt.... MONDAY JULY t. p
torWrd tn the pottofflc at Onlbrie. OkU-
turi at aecond elara nail matter.
rWWTKD tJY LEADER. PIUKTIKO CO.
f O. NIELA.CK Epitoh a: M'o'...
stniBaruPv in ila.T3cs.
strata delivered tn city..
noma oj milt..
&re month ..
nan oroah or rni omiiotu deboc t.
MONDAY JULY 1 1901.
of its faitorf a. North Ann rl a tok' i
15 per cent a fact which speaks w.-ll
for our commercial relations wi'u
Canada flml Mfxt o though ns xv.
hRf hlthorto shown our saln f thr
latter iu fnr small''! than thr hciuM
bt. To Asia e Rent only 3 1 p r
cent a considerable falling oft fiom
the year before because of the
troubles In China the actual r ilu
tlon being estimated at $lS.ooouoo T
Oceanlcn we sent 2 4 per cent whUh
also means a reduction due to the n
rpilsltlon of so many of the Islands
for our own nntl the consequent re
movnl of our sales to them from the
category of forolgn trade. Asia nnd
Ocoanlea are. It may be snlu. the only
quarters of the globe In which we
have suffered loss In the former the
loss being real though temporary and
In the latter only apparent. To Africa
we sent only 1.7S per cent of our
There remains the South American
continent. It received only I.M per
cent of our exports a slight Increase
over the year before yet a pitifully
and discreditably small proportion.
The population of South America Is
-ome unsentimental Jurors I more than three times as great as that
much toward protecting ! of North America outside of the Unl-
In the meantime ex-Governor Uarnes
Is elttlcK sti.l and letting Governor
.Tonkins do all the worrying.
He's Pf -J I
"All I .I'M
" fW I
Jwow mn 6
Uo Where You Can Buy Drugs Cheat.
Is selllutf (foods for less money than Riiybody In thfc city.
I w'll show you.
Summer Goods Must Go
Ply Paper Blank Books at Cost. Wall Paper at your own price. I hae
cut the bottom out of drug pilcea. Call and see wbnt we are doing for y m
We buy for cash pay no rent and take a' 1 discounts. That Is the reami
we can undersell
the stage and incidentally the public.
The politician may always be de-
pended upon to emit a prolonged howl
when he Is pried loose from an official
And a living proof of what I)r Pierce's I
Golden MMical Discover j will do for '
weak lungs. It makes new blood and
blood is life to the lungs as well as to
every other orcein.
" Golden Medical Discovery " contains
neither alcohol nor narcotics It is not a
stimulant but a strengthening medicine.
The opening of the 'Kiowa and Co-
manche country will enable Dennis
Flynn to add considerably to his chain
of banks. m.m.j.
ted States vet the former took leas
. .. . "Aner utinir ahoat five bottle of t)r Item's
than one-fourth as much Of our pro- Godu Medkal IMmttrery my boy mni to be
(luce as the latter. The more Im-
mediate proximity of the North
all Jt.. N .J.. ... t .1 IWu Au.l.
ail 0(11 winw ..ii j . . inv u uHik.
Monro Co . Ohio "tie wa wry bail when I
commenced to (five him the 'Golden Medical
IllaMMvrv ' TVt Hjvtnr eliklntMl tu hA mmi.
American countries Should not give umplion and we doctored with hlru until he
i.. .. ...!.. ... .i-... rt. I Pt wallctiig. It has been ten mouthi
them n twelve to one advantage. Or rijceTe mpjed taklne your medldne and he
rather the groater distance of South tl.'"Bfc"hye"ry thankful to
Amorlca should not place It at a one
to twelve disadvantage.
If tho truth about tho Kiowa and
Comnncho opening over becomes pub-
1ce congress may bo so vulgar as to
f.iBtituto an Inquiry into the action ot
Eomo public officials.
Tho Ho norable "Pntty" Smith is
said to be paying itornrjo charges on
his boom for a deputy oil Inspector-
ship. Such extravagance is deplor
A man wns fined $50 for Jiugglng an
Atlanta girl without the consent of
tho huggeo. Why do mon go about
wasting tholr energy in this reckless
Tho missionaries claim it Is uttlilr
to use tho word "loot" in speaking el
their collodion ot Chlnoso vnluablos.
So tho soldlors "looted" and tho mis-
sionaries men-oly collected.
There Is ono commendable thing
about ox-Gov.rnor I3arnos. Ho Is not
going uo and down tho land exhibit-
ing his political sores. Does past his-
tory show his political contemporaries
to have been Bitch game losers?
According to the Intimations of Sir
Claude M" Donald and General Chaffee
there is a story tol looting that will
cause the V llted States blush if it
ls eer mud publk The public may
some la hae decess to the tiuth ton-
ce.Tiing the doing at Pekin
wild wind winds merrily about
tho place v
Singing tn his soul a runic rhymo
All In Its weird measure there's not
Of tho tempest that rages sometime.
For the wind sings low; us If crooning
Fust asloep In the arms of the air.
Then ho eobH and sighs; mid then
blows a bit wild
Liko a beast awakened In Its lair.
yoa for raving our ton
Children appreciate Dr. Pierce's IMeaj-
ant Pellets. They're easy to take and
do not gripe.
The bo.ird of regents for the Normal
schools of Oklahoma postponed to-
daj's mc-ting for the period of ten
tlnjs on the telegraphic instructions
It is alleged of Governor Jenkins who
Is still ir Washington. Is it to be In-
fened from this action that our worthy
governor Intends to use his regents
meiely as puppets?
Among the cUjr Important events
which mark today as the beginning of
the new : jcal year is Amos Ewlng's
formal transfer of the office of oil 111-
epettor to his successor Elmer H.
Brown lip to this writing we have
not noticed any signs of violent pro-
test or political upheaval in the ranks
of the plain people because of the
Then he whlsUas a
Then a sigh and a sob nnd a shriek
Thon nn octavo he runs and a nocturne
Thon sinks swiftly nnd softly a'sloop.
Dut his soul is uroused; he has tried
And has found that tho wind 'Is at
With the things ot earth; thut resist
unco ut longth
Makos him thirst for the things
So h blows nnd shrieks 'gainst the
waves of the sea
And the great ileitis of gold waving
He strikes stanchioned walls of cities
and then he
Only smiles at the wreck they remain.
He salaams to the forest whose anci
ie as staunch as is Time's burden-
He beats their groat bosom and breaks
their long Vows
Of a strength thnt's now mined
WHITHER EXPORTS GO.
The announcement that the export
of the closing fiscal year seem ertaln
to amount to mote than $1600000000
-and thus to surpass all records for
this or for any country is eminently
gratifying. The details which ac- So
company It should also prove Instruc-
tive nato the directions which our
'reams of commerco 'are taking arfd
'to me prouauie moans ot mamtnm.
"and increasing thgrn. It Is ob-
'erved that tho- pf agent year 8hpwa4
larger proportion of ngrlcutural
roducts and a smaller of manufac
tured goods than last year tho former
uelng conladerably more than twlco
o!j) lattor In value. This Is not nt nil
Jslng and It suggests at once
t Importnnco of our agriculture
V'tfi and the possibility of lu-
r exports of manufactures.
ntlon of our exports 1b
Tout suggstlvo feature
Ape is of course .our
1. 'king no less than
L-M Lujorta. It tnkoe
of our agrl-
And the homes of
With a sigh and a sob. and a shriek;
And laughs ns he lists to the sad
At the work of the wild wind's
But tie wind at last grows a-weary of
For he sobs and he slghB and he
Hut the havoc he has wrought In one
Stalks from siabottrd to tar moun-
the wind droops his head; bis
voice is a sigh
Or I'UJ still as Is the grove from
strlfo ' v . . :
For the wind and mm seem alike as
Tg (hpna of tho patlf Jn thUhilte
K. Paul Rathbun.
Guthrie Commandery No. 1 Knights
Templar moots every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at their Asylum In
tho Masonic temple. Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
Jno. Ransom Hammlll IS. C.
E. M. Demford Recorder.
Hartranltt Post No. 3 G. A. R.
meets on first and third Saturdays In
each month at 7:30 p. tn. In probnto
court room. Visiting comrades always
W. B Herod P. O.
M. L. Mock Adjutant.
Capitol Lodge No. 1 Royal Tribe of
Josoph moots evary Saturday night at
7:30 o'clock In Woodmen Hall.
E. M. Bamford W. P.
A. A. Meacham Scrlbo.
Guthrie Camp No. No. 3 Woodmen
of tho World meats every Monday
nljght in the K of P hall. Visiting
Woodmon aro welcome.
J B. Towers Clerk.
Wm. Greaory Con. Com.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 A. F. & A. M.
I Regular meeting third Wednesday ev
ening -in each month at 8 o'clock. All
brethern cordially invited to attend.
Paul Newman "W. M.
E. M. Bamford Secretary.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge No'. 2 I. O
O. F. meets first and third Tuesday at
7-30 In the Odd Fellows' hall in the
Weinberger building. Visitors wel-
come. P. M. L. Ray N. O.
Kate M. Wcthy Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 1. A. O. V. W
meets Thursday evening of each week
at 7:30 In tin Victor block corner
First and Harrison. Visiting Work-
men nlwnys welcome.
Harry Overbay M. W.
C. R. Wl.tier Recorder.
I. o. R M. meets
nlglt lu K of P. hall.
nt following ratta
Guthrie to Buffalo and return con-
tinuous vassage both ' dlroctioris with
a 30 day limit at 341.20. Same ticket
with a ton day limit 381.90.
A. J. Corklne Agent.
CHEAP RATES TO BUFFALO.
Wo will sell tlckots to Buffalo ac
count of the Pan-American exposition tin the Victor block corner First and
Harrison. Visiting Knights are al
A. G. Raldwln 0. C.
J. Foucart M. of F. and K. of R. 8
Y. M. C. A. services oach Sunday
from 3:00 to 1:00 p. m.. at the Pros-
bytorlan church corner Noblo and
Division. Good singing and speaking.
AH men welcome.
Dont Be Fooledi
Take the genuine original
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Medium Medl
cine Co . Mndlton. Wli It
keepi you wtll. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price .13 centa. Never aold
In bulk Accent no aubill.
uariiaTeiM( luu. AlK your druggui-
Prescriptions compounded with
frcBh drujfs a specinlty Opposite P. O.
206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
RACES ON THE FOURTH.
Some Splendid Events at the Race
There will ue trotting pacing run-
ning bicycle and nr.:1 races at tho
Race association grounds on Thurs
day afternoon July -1th. Purses will
be offered .it follows:
$60 for the 2:15 trot or pace.
$16 for the 2:23 trot or pneo.
$36 for the 3-year-old or under trot
$10 for the mule race.
$10 for tho bicycle race.
All races are y mile heats best
second and third. Hntrance fee Is
five per cent of purse and Ave per cent
of winnings money to be dlvidud 50
8 16 and 10 per cent of purse. The
entries close at 12 in. the day of the
race and must be made with tho sec-
retary at the grounds. Stalls and bed-
ding for horses free to all. Admis-
sion 26 cents.
J. C. Graves Prosldont.
T. F. McKennon Socroary.
O. B. Graves Manugor.
LEADER CLASSIFIED WANTS I
Cheap for Parties of Twelve.
The hack line company has made a
(Locals in this column a'r charged rate of ten cents each for tho round
for at the rate of 6 cents per line six ' trip to Island park Wednesday night
words for first Insortlon and 3 conta ' where partlefl of twelve porsons are
for oach Insortlon thoreaftor.)
FOR SALK Choice lot fo flno Bel-
gian Harea; prlcoa to suit the buy-
ers. 710 ICast Harrison nvenuo Gutli-
FOR RBNT Good
piano. Apply at
Green nnd rod go woll togothor.
Glvo a man plenty of greenbacks and
ho can paint tho town a deop rod.
FOR SALI8 A young Jersey ow and
two calves. Apply to F. B. LIHIo
'Phone 00 140U West Cleveland
FOR SALI3 Shelving countorB
tnblos and show ensos at a bargain.
Seo A. O. Farquhurson.
$15.00 for round trip from Topeka.
Tickets good to A tist 31. On sale
at Santa Fe depot July C to 13. ln-
JchislvH. Stnp-ovors going nnd return-
ing. Diverse routes going via Trini-
dad. Las Vegas Santa Fo William":
turanti uanyon) lob Angoirf re-
turning via Ofidon Salt Lako GIo
wood Springs Londvllle Donvor Colo-
rado Springs Mnnitou Pueblo. Itiner-
aries nnd literature free. Apply to
agent Snnta Fo depot.
FOR SAliB Thoroughbred young
Jersey cow; Just frosh. A. A.
Meacham 405 East Harrison.
FOUND A bunch of koys ownor can
have snino by calling and paying
for this notice. M. T. Hurlbut.
Foley9 s Honey and Tar
for chilclrcn.safc sure. No opiates.
I do not oxroct neither '
all of the trade of tho tow
you go to n saloon nnd
thing good call for Gotte
nnd accept no substitute
got tho bosL Snmo 01dr
trlbutor for Oklahoma.
Lots of follows gat hot (
of froozo-out LA
U SJ7 V fV k f I fi BLbLbLbLbLbLbLbLbLbLbLbLbBILbLV H tP WWB H ill BLlBlLSSHB UI
very Tuesday i
Vlsltlnrr chlos I
Frank B. Sarber Sachem.
H. C Barney Chief of Records.
Oklahoma Encampment No 14 I. O.t
O. F. meets Uie second and fourth
Friday nights of each month.
8. R. Bates O. P.
E. F. Mepten Scribe.
Guthrie Lodge No. 3. I. O. O. F.'
meets Monday night of each week at
7:30. VielUns Odd Fellow tays
E. Turney N. O.
G. W. Bruce Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 428 B. P 0. B-.
meets the second tfnd fourth Friday
inenoh month In K. of P. Castle Hall.
L. G. Nlblack E. R.
J. Foucart Secretary.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets
every Thursday nt 8 p. m. In their hall
There will be a hot time in Guthrie this Fourth of July.
Why? Because the Racket man has knocked h
prices sillv. i
If you Believe that '.Money Saved is Money Earn
you will buy at the
We will forfeit One Hundred Dollars in cah if our linwi-d
FIRE WORKS AND FIRE CRACKERS butn"4
is not equal to the lines handled by other dealers. Our Pi76
are Lower than the Lowest.
We thank the people of Logan County for their great pat
The New York Racket will Carry a TEN THOL1
SAND DOLLAR STOCK for the fall trade
SAVES YOU MONEY
A m Ty TT"i JTM i
cy. It in-
tiliges 2 -"
r.: -r $
1 WITT A CO orK 0n
nllace a ro'igh.
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