The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 31, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 28, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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the Leader guthrie Oklahoma Saturday December 28 1901.
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THE LEADER COSCPATfr
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Indianapolis Sun: Why should tliero
be such a desire to raneoht Miss
Stone? Thoru 1b talk of paying $70-
000 for hor release from the brigand
although It would seem hup Is among
the very people she should be anxious
to convert. Moreover It I reported
that she Is trying to convert her rap-
tor. Why disturb her efforts
1'eruMtl of official statistic: just
published showing that the wine crop
I of Prance this year Is 67.0M.Bl4 hec-'
Molitrc. or 9389117 hectolitres lesej
Bunacnu-riox Hatjib dauvx Ithan last year confirms us In the be-'
4 41 ; Hef that we missed one or two hoes i
.!? I during the current year.
EButh attlmtJ to tttj
U fcy rat II
President Schwab of the United
I ji States Steel corporation snys that
zH trust are dend but consolidations aro
'a new feature ot mercaiitllo llfo. True
j and true also that n rose by any ollior
name would smell a3 sweet and n
' skuuk oven though called a pet lamb
I would still retain his old hnblts. And
Iso on tho ove of the departing yonr
I another groat truth is lnunchod.
SATUKDAY DKCRMBBIt 28 1901.
Roosevelt's cabinet needs fixing all
around. Long la bad enough but
Hitchcock Is worse. ...
Roosevelt Is tho chief apostlo of
civil sorvlce. Yet ho dlcju'tconsldor
It in the Maclay easo. .
It Is Umo for the nows buroauB to
issue a new lluo of guesses on "then
whoTcabouts of Sister Stone.
Mark Hanna as tho advance agent
ot tho millennium between labor and
capital Is a fit Bubjoct for the moving
General Miles has d(:Idcd to ac-
cept his rebuko In silence That Is
certainly more dignified than' for the
general to exhibit hiB wounds on the
highway and beat tho torn torn to ull
attention to them.
A seasonable nvossage says that In
Vienna one count during a three hours
Boasion at cards lost $500000 to an-
other count. It is to bo hoped that
tho count of tho first part woke up
before he settled.
A writer has Just discovered that
not half tho unpleasant thlngs'sal'd'of
Tlobesplerro aro true. Ah me! At
last! At tho end of tho century may
hap some ono yet unborn will bo'
wreathing lltorary halos about tho
memory of Dennis Plynn.
The lock Btep has neon abollshad
In Leavenworth prison and hnlr clip-
pins Is no longer In style In New York must have two sorts of beauty
With an attempt nt justifiable cau-
tion the press dlspatchos Bay "Sec-
retary Long has disposed finally ot
tho Schley caso so far ns tho navy
department is concornod." Tho Schley
cado Is not dlsposod of not oven so
far as tho navy dopartment Is concorn-
od. The enemies of tho victor of San-
tiago should enjoy their triumph while
Kiowa and Comanche Indians aro
now engaged In a ghost dance. Com-
mencing on Thanksgiving It will cease
on Now Year's day and by agreement
with tho tribes It Is the last celebra-
tion of tho Id ml they will over hold.
The last spectaclo will bo a kind ot
uborlglnnl mazurka In honor of tho
Oreat White Father In Washington
who is claimed by tho Indians as ono
of themselves. Any other war dances
held In tills country will take place at
tho White hoiiso and bo led by Presi-
dent Roosevelt as Chief Medicine man.
And tho dances are about to begin.
pens. These civilizing enactments
following the stoppage of padding
when tenpplc-incntc with dress suits
bridge whist and better meals will
do much to popularise our penitentiaries.
DEPEWS IDEA OF A WIFE.
Now that Chauncey Depew "hiiii
gono and got married" It is Interest-
ing to recall tho New York sonator's
views on woman and matrimony. Ills
Ideal wlfo would bo as ho Is a public
man first handsome. Ho adds:
"Then nho would havo to bo attrac-
tive for ho would have to represent
mo at tho head of my table. I would
also want her to bo a woman who
could win tho men I could not roach.
Desldes this I should llko hor to be
fond of drawing gown and slippers
nnd spond hor ovonlngs at homo.
"To ho really beautiful a woman
Scarcely a day passes now without
tho announcement ot a now railroad
-extension In Oklahoma Bays the To-
TPoka Journal. Tho dovelopmout ot tho
territory south of us han been phe-
nomenal. Kansas has playod a largo
part in all this but tho people and tho
money poured into tho territory has
been but as bread .cost . tippn tho
Chaffeo Bays tho dissimulation of
tho Filipinos baB no parallel In history.
They appear to be worse liars than
tho Cretans. If Chaffoo aponks true
what faith aro wo to put In tho cont-
mission's roport that vory nearly the
-whole of tho Philippines is paclfltfd
suul the natives naorly accopt tho
-American protectorate? ' None nt nil.
Tho natives aro dissimulating. Thoy
aro striving to put tho Americans off
thulr guard and will spring upon them
4a tho night time and slaughter them.
TTJth Chnffeo'ri warning received our
droops in tho Philippines will havo no
vxcoso it thoy are taken oft their
Under tho new order; of thnp the
lawa ot Oklahoma count for little. Tho
"will" of the dopartment of tho In-
terior must bo executed' whothor or
not this "will" be In direct violation
of the territory's statutes. Tho new
governor of Oklahoma has rocelvod
Ills "orders" and he Is not ponnltted
to do IiIb own thinking. If Hitchcock
instructs Governor Ferguson to com-
mit an act. which violates tho law ot
tho territory Ferguson must do It.
Slnoo the new "administration
must be n contradiction. She muBt bo
like a cocktail. For while sho must
havo first the betuity of expression
and the strength and repose that
stand for character sho must havo
also a formal beauty of moro feature
and coloring. ' When sho has the first
she Is interesting looking when she
has tho second sho is pretty. Whon
sho has both sho is beautiful.
As to hor ago. tho Ideal wlfo can be
anywhere from 2G to 75. You seo I
am liberal as to ngc. Youth Is not al-
ways tho most necossary requisite In
Mr. Dopew says he does not believe
In long engagements and ns for di-
vorces ho doclares there would bo
fowor It women woro hotter Hstonors.
rthn chaffed during tho Paris opposi-
tion by the wlfo of Ambassador Por-
ter on his attonUons to Miss Palmer
tho eonntor Bald:
"I am too old and foel othorwiBo un-
worthy. Sho Is the mast admirable
young woman I over mot and It would
bo almost irroveront on my part to
proposo mnrrlago to hor."
Such gracious rovoronco speakB
well for Chauncoy. A man who foolB.
that way toward his wife could not
fall to mnko her happy.
Of the periolir pain hich ninny women
experience with every month ft makes
the gentleness and kindness always as-
sociated with womanhood seem to be
almost a miracle. While in general no
woman rebels against what she regards
as a natural necessity there is no woman
who would not gladly be free from this
recurring period of pain.
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well and gives them freedom
from disease. It establishes regularity
dries weakening drains heals inflamma-
tion and ulceration and cures female
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free. All correspond-
ence ptrictly private and sacredly confi-
dential write without fear and without
fee to Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo N. Y.
Mr. T. Dolan of Madrid Perkini Co Ntbr .
write : I wis cured of paloftil periods by the
u; of Dr. Pierce's Ftvorite Prescription and
hit Compound Kxtract of Smatt-Wcca. I think
Dr. Pierce1 medicines the bt in the world."
"Favorite Prescription " has the testi-
mony of thousands of women to its
complete cure of womanly diseases. Do
not accept an unknown and unproved
substitute in its place. t
The sluggish liver made active by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
good health Is better than great
John D. liockofcller has an Income
of 130000000 a year nnd yet his
Christmas dinner will be nothing
moro than a cracker or two and a
uttlo warm milk.
Tho Standard Oil king could give a
turkey to every family In tho United
States and never miss the money yet
ho can not eat one) iMece of the short
leg nor make way with a single
spoonful of dressing nor take one1 dip
of bread Into the gravy nor Bwallow
ono tender shoot or celery: and as for
tho nuts and the enko the fruits and
other things that go to make Christ-
mas memorable he can not think of
them. Who wants "to swap dinners
with John D. Rockefeller today?
What does It profit a man if ho pile
up $300000000 and can not cat a piece
Of Christmas turkey?
JEFFER30N SOUNDS WELL.
In tho event congress decides tq
consolidate Oklahoma and Indian tor
rltory boforo admitting them Into the
union it has been suggested that the
new stalo ho called Jefferson In hon-
or of tho Illustrious president whoso
I A BIG CUT
To Reduce Stock for Invoicine'.
Our stock of Wall Paper must be closed out
regardless of cost. Come and see it
Fine Soaps Tablets Box Paper Dolls Pic
ture books Perfumery Face Preparations
and everything you can wish for at
Renfro Drug Co.
KhSSe3aoS2-up.a 206 w. Oklahoma Ave.
name Is associated with the acquisi-
tion of the1 vast extent ot territory
known as tho Louisiana purchnse.
Just at this time when the country
Is preparing to celebrate the centen-
nial annlvorsary ot this magnificent
acquisition It seems peculiarly fitting
that tho nctw state which will Ua
carved from tho territory purchased
by JclTorson should ho given tho name
of tho Illustrious president as an ap-
propriate momorlal. Every patriotic
American regardless of party linos
will promptly concede that the vast
extent of territory acquired by Joffor-
son has given Increased prestige to
tho national flag as welt as increased
'area to the national domain.
But tho coraploxlqn of cong.s
just at this tlmo renders It extromely
doubtful whether or not the name of
Jefferson will meet wfth the favor of
tho law makers at Washington but
It justice and propriety go hand In
hand there can be Utile serious ob-
jection to admitting the now state
under the name of Jefferson.
CO. "A" NOTICE.
; All membors ot Co. "A" aro hereby
ordered to meot at tho Armory on
South Second street for drill at 7:30
Monday night. All mombers mnst bo
Dy order of
Q. E. Dunnlca
Capt Comdg Co. A.
Men's 25c and 3Bc hose for 19c pair
at the Cyclone 7 to 9 Saturday night.
NF.W YORK WORLD.
Time has demonstrated that tho
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In its class. Other papers havo imi-
tated its forms but not Its success.
This is because it tells all the news
all tho Umo and tells It Impartially.
Whether that news bo political or
otherwise. It is in fact almost n
daily at the prlco of a weekly and
you cannot afford to bo without it
Republican and Democrat alike can
read tho Thrlco a Week World with
absolute confidence in its truth.
In addition to news it publishes
first class serial atories and other
features suited to the home and fire-
side. The Thrice a Week World's regular
subscription price is only $1.00 per
year and this payB for 150 papers.
We offer this unequaled newspaper
and Tho Leider together one year for
Tho regular subscription price of
tho two papers Is 1.25.
COTTON GINNERS ATTENTION.
We have just the thing you have
been wanting. The Oklahoma Cot-
ton Glnners' Book. A nsat handy
book canvas bound Indexed 172
pages to every book. The glnner can
keep full and complete record of his
business tt Is plain easy to keep
and Is Indispensable to every cotton
glnner. We will ship you one pre-
paid to your address for $1.50.
Address the Leader Company
Rentes 5 Cents Per Line.
WIS PAY $20 a week and expenses to
men with rigs to introduce Poultry
Compound. International Mfg. Co..
WANTED Side lino men wanted to
call on harness and hardware trade
with lino of choice brushes and cur-
ry combs; Inclose stamp for particu-
lars. Hawkeyo Brush Works Iowa
FOR SALE A second hand number-
ing machine. Price $30. AddreBa
R00M8 FOR RENT.
KOOMS to rent. Call on
119 West Harrison avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms 423
North Division street
WANTED Salesman to sell lubricat-
ing oils and greases on. salary or
commission. Excellent sldo line. The
A. O. Harbaugh Co. Clevoland O.
TO SALESMEN Old established high
rated factory changing sales moth-
ods oiTurs protected routo and free
samples. Brattice 243 Pearl New
HIS WEALTH A MOCKERY.
All over Christondom. today the
rich and tha poor will sit dqwn to tho
one big dinner ot the year. Ho must
indeed have a light purso who goes
without turkey and crauborry sauco
on Christmas. If wo picture the cot-
tage ot tho workingmau with its sub-
stantial meal and equally substantial
appetites wo Bhall see just wherein
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
I Contain Mercury.
I ma luprrtirv will aurftlv dftslrnv the sonae
he-1 of anvcii and oomnlotoly derange th
n lutHlnnsft tuwaral rnutlnct matters ' whole system when entering It lhrougn
gan uusinoes several routine mauere thB taueQXia BUrfaces. Sucn artioio8 should
-vuch as the disposition of funds and
tho liquidation of Indebtedness have
ronjo up. and tho new governor instead
iieer be used except on nreeorlpttcms
from reputable physicians as the damauo
they will do Is ten fold to the pood you
can powlbly derive from them. Hall's
of allow.. the matte to take the jj-uj " '---"ooafalas" no
usual coin u accordance with the mercury and Is taken Into-nally. acting
.... I... ..f. r...i t.. n tho in lirH;tly upon the Wood and mucous ur-
eiatutes hub i.-f. m-d tlieiu to tne m- - of the 8ygtem Jn buying Hairs
tarlor di.ntin' it. The department la I cuurh cure be sure you get the gee-
. .. . ...ii ii.i. ' uim it is taken Internally and made In
ta cueist an authority which T(mJ(1 00 by f j rneney & Co. Tee.
rankee farce ujcHlie ot a legislature i ttmonints free
".. .. r . -- s1'd y nrugg'ste. price Tie. pt bottle
mufti" 'Vo "f governor. Jlaug Family Puis are the bkt
NEW YORK RACKET
115 WEST HARRISON AVENUE
Geo. H. King Proprietor
laus' Judgment Endorsed
By the People of Logan County
y The Greatest sale of Holiday Goods in the History of Guthrie.
1 Pm.Hwn clerks kent busv attending to the wants of appre
Mrs. Kate Stovall of McKinley O. T. receives the beautiful
doll and R. A Medearis of Guthrie gets the engine. The draw
ing was conducted by Mr. Fred Dolcater.
Now the decks are being cleared for action for war on High
Prices in I902. Any house that undersells the New York Racket
in 1902 will have a reckoning with its creditors and lower its flag
in humiliation. The New York KacKet cannot oe unaersoia.
Why? Because it buys of
nnt r im -- :x 1U.tr j-wn ronfc t-i -tlie Hri11ia Hnc nn
1 lie KacivcL pays us ucuia iuu .no vm .v uvuui " "
past due accounts and will proudly sail into the first place among
the merchants of Guthrie. Watch the Racket grow! Help the
Racket"grow and save money at tne same time.
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