The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, January 3, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA FRIDAY JANUARY 3f 1902.
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PIUDAY JANUARY 3 1902.
President Anient refuses to take
th!r. palo adnifcils'.uitlons pink pills.
railway passing tho pyramids' of
Egypt American coal-handling machin-
ery anil bridges In Germany Ameri-
can typewriters in Uganda Atnancan
cash registers In Durban American
bridges In Uurma Am rlcan wlndmllla
In Uombay and an American slectrlc
railway In Korea
Speaking In a general way of the
marvelous Invnsion of foreign coun-
tries by tho products ot our Iron and
Bffpl industries Sir. Vnnderllp says:
Amorloan locomotives running on
American rails uow whistle ptst the
pyramids and across tho long Slbor-
Inn steppe. Thoy carry the Hindu
pilgrims from all parts of their empire 'seems to be looking for troublo.
to th sacred waters of the Ganges.
Tlire years ago there was but one A blase Tioga youth says ho would-
American loiomotUe In the United n t give a fig for a dato with a poach.
Kingdom today there Is not a poad of
importance thre on which trains ar The gioat trouble about accdptlng
not being pulled by American engines i favors is that thoy aro moroly loaned
Tho American locomotlvo has success-
(From tho Philadelphia Hecord.)
Evun tho man who sings bass may
Even tho kleptomaniac doesn't like
to tnko an Insult.
Aa an adjunct to a Christmas din-no.-
thtvturkey is a bird.
A man may pockt life pride. but a
woman can't find hor pookot
Rven tho blind beggar Bomotlm.es
pat. In faci t:ie Judgo Is willing to
stand for most any old .thing. .
Tho Hnnnn pisldcn1?aTnflspV
antl away. Uanna will bo the next
yJero Johnson has Issued an ultimo-
Humagolnst the prcjontnuhIc school J Jct ' 'ecomnond
"Bvsfem but nngjl ' a no rdmedt6t. "Indo n America
fully Invaded France. Tho Mnnchur-
ian railway which Is tho real bogln-
nlnfc' of orlontal railway building
1 1 r.1 t fill 1 4 fr4 nnllil nl wnl 1 I fc r 4- v nl
i?t... fin tho United States. American
bridges span river On ovory conti
nent. Amorlcan cranes aro swinging
over many foreign moles. Wherever
thcro aro extensive harvests thefe-'
mnjl bo found Amciltjan machinery
to gather tho grain. In every great
Siiaikot of tho world tools can have tp
botir recommendation liian tho mark
Olackwell has evidently tired f
municipal ownership. At least 'tiio
nlackwcll water works are or solo.
These railroad propositions will not
lnsty a lIfe-TTraer'TheirW?-Vomiile
The thlhg for Guthrie to do is to keep
' Tho Enfa Coming
'Vtatchood Is camlng-
-it is almolt
here" and proceeds to nominate ox-
Governor Seay nnd Frank Greer for
(tTho cable says that thero Is no 1m
meoiato danger of troublo between
Germany and Venezuela as tho pour-
jittrlora continue. So? Thoy are first
cousins to tho protocols Better take
' something for Jdm.
When Hitchcock firoB a telegraphic
order tato Governor Ferguson tlfo or-
ler Is promptly executed. When
Homes was governor ho occasionally
received an order from Hitchcock but
Barnes was. governor and ho sawed
wood and considered thu source
Says the Gloncoo Mirror. Guihrlo
Is in thfrlhrpos of railroad excitement.
Tlu rich men aio giving liberally and
there is a prospect of getting thrca
new railroads ipto the city. If Guth
rK &ors 0is wad of oxoltmon and
energy going she will retain tho capi-
tal ami bocomo a splendid city.
Tho Oklnhoman observes. Jn mak
ing his next campaign-Delegate Kljiin-j
may point witn prldo to the fact that
Jio ia Interested in a bank In evcrry city
of prominence In tha torrltpry and la
worth mor" than a quarter million dol-
lars from his savings during his serv-
ices nt Washington on a salary of f C -000
n year. Hut it Is inconcolvablo
that his thrlftncss will rocommoud
Win to intelligent voters.
Coming down from tho picturesque
features Of tho narrative to figures
Mr. Vanderllp shows that we sold la
a twelvemonth to other nations com-
modities to tho value of $1500000000
while during tho past six years wo
have bought from the foreigners an
nverago of only JSOO.000000 n year a
total that naa shown very little tend-
ency to expand. In- tho last six years
wo havo sold In merchandise produce
nnd manufactures ?2000000000 moro
than wo havo bought while In all our
history from tho boglnnlng ot ihc gov-
ernment up to 8lx years ago tho for-
eign trade balnnco In our favor had
aggregated n uct total of only ?383-
000.000. These papers by Mr. Vanderllp em-
body tho results of an extended tour
of Europe during which ho met and
interviewed all tho flnanco ministers
of Europe and ascertained by caroful
Investigation tho extent to which
American manufactures had already
Invndod European mnrekts. Being
profusely Illustrated they will at-
tract wide nttontlon.
By Associated Press.
Kansas City Live" Stock;
Gttttlo 2000; stoody; nntlvo boot
tecra 4.75Jf.60; cows and heifers
2 7GJ3.26; stockers and feeders 3 50
tfD4U0; bulls 2.G0i.2B; calves 3 50
JIog4;4000; steady; heavy fiCO
CCG; packers 6.25Gno; medium 0.10
!G.5Q. light D.25p0 30; 'j'Orkore 515
C.25; pigs 4.2E5.10. l
Sheop. 2000; strong; 10c hffehor;
muttons 3.75.D0; Jambs 5 0005.85;
range wolhors 3 7501.40; owes. 3.25
It Is sometimes hftrd to distinguish
between the poacomakor and tho busy-
No Maude dear; by floating popu-
lation wo do not moan tho people "who
aro In the swim.
Whon you break a good resolution
-n't try to patch It up. It Is easier
' ako a now one.
Nell "She says her hjsband is vo?y
easily pleased." Belle "Ho roust he
or ho wouldn't have inarrlfd h;r."'
Hoax "Do you prefer a green
Christmas or a white one?" Joax
"It's all tho samo to mc. I'm color
Many a man puts his best foot for-
ward so far that his other foot be
comes dlsooi raged In attempting to
catch up yitls IL
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THE ESQUIMO y
Tho Ksquimo'cats blubber.
The lumbermen eat pork.
These people arc constantly
exposed to cold and physicnl
strain. Experience haj taught
them that fatty fooda give
warmth and nourishment.
For those! who have cold
and thin bodies or are threat-
ened with consumption or any
wasting disease there is no fat
in so digestible and palatable a
form as Scott's Emulsion.
Physicians prescribe it.
We'll wtul ou a little lo try. If jou liVe
-XOrT ft HOWN1.. 4 Teail i'-reel. New York.
8 A BIG CUT
I FOR 20 DAYS
X To R-educc Stock for Invoicing.
Our stock of WallkPaper must be closed out
regardless of cost. Come and see it
Fine Soaps Tablets Box Paper Dolls Pic- o
ture books Perfumery Face Preparations O
and everything you can wish for at
S? Prescriptions compounded with
y? fresh drugs a specialty Opposite P. O.
206 w. Oklahoma Ave-
but sura doesn't npply to a
Fomo men think twice boforo mar-
ryingthen regret that they didn't
gtet a third think.
Tho mnn who Bcattors nshes on an
ley sldowalk is never remembered in
the small boys prayors.
"Hc ns a stranger and I took him
in" tVniarked the whale In speaking
of hU meeting with Jonah
A soldier defines a kiss as a report
at headquarters and a sailor says It
Is a little pleasure smack.
"I don't like to havo people walk all
over me" said tho snow. "Neither
do I" roplled the thin. Ice. "I Blmpjy
can't bear people who do."
Blobbs "Nowrlch likes lo make a
vulgar display ot his wealth doesn't
he?" Slobbs "Yes; it's tho regret
ot his life that goldfish aro not good
Entertained at Dinner. "
Tho Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Nicholu
atortained the vestrymen of the
Episcopal church at dinner last even-
ing. Those present woro:
P. D. Lllllo. H. B. Asp Chas. C.
Knolsloy Dr. C. P. Petty P. H. Greer
Vestryman Chas. E. Bllllngaley
was 111 and could not attend.
WE PAY $20 a week and expenses feu
men with rigs to introduce Poultry
Compound. International Mfg. Co.
WANTED Side lino men wanted to
call on harness and hardwaro trade
with lino of choice brushes and cur-
ry combs; inclose stamp for particu-
lars. Hawkeyo Brush Works Iowa
FQJt SALE A Bocond hand number-
ing machine. Price $30. Addrecw
WANTED Faithful manager to take
charge of distributing depot and of-
flco to bo opened In Guthrie to further
business interests of old established
manufacturing concern. Salary $125
per month and extra profits. Appli-
cant must furnish good references and
httve $800 cash. Address Manager
?. O. Box 1421 Philadelphia Pa.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
HOOMS to rent Call on A. G. Jones
119 West Harrison avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS Slnglo or en-
Btiite with or without fire; 405 E.
LOST Last Friday a ladles' gold
watch; finder return to Hotel RoyaA
and receive reward.
NEW YORK WORLD.
Time has demonstrated that tho
Thrlco a Week World stands alone
In Ita class. OUier papers hav; imi-
tated its forms but not its success.
This Is because It tells all tho news
all tho timo nnd tolls it impartl-Hy.
Whether that news bo political or
otherwise. It is In fact almost a
dally at tho price of a weekly and
you cannot afford to bo without It
Republican and Democrat alike can
read tho Thrlco a Week World with
absolute confldenco in Its truth.
In addition to nows it publishes
first class Berla! stories and other
features suited to tho home and fire-
side. The Thrice a Week World's regular
subscription price Is only $1.00 per
year and this paya for 156 papors.
We offer this uncqualed nowspapar
and Tho Leader together one year for
Tho regular subscription pslce ot
the two papers is $1.25.
Do Tanque "I was help up by a
footpad last night." O'Soaquo "That
was very kind ot tho footpad You
certainly needed some ono to hold you.
up when you loft tho club."
VANDERLIP ON OUR "COMMEB
ClAL INVASION" OF EUROPE.
.More than an -ordinary interest will
attach to the serlos of articles in
Sc Ibnor's on the Amorloan 'C6ni-
me elal Invasion" of Europe by F.vinH
A Vand?rllp not only becauso the
wrlior is an Illinois man but baoauso
of hi reputation aa keen ohsorver
nnd aa houBt and lucid commentator.
A assistant ecrrtary of tho troaaury
Mr Vanderllp added greatly to the
dlbtinttlon lie had already won in
Journalism as an authority upon finan-
cial a id oeonoinlc questions.
Tho initial paper in tho Juuuary
Scrlbnor'a opens with an 'lntorvlow
with M. do Wltte tho Russian mlnla
Love is unenuallv
oked with sickness.
bor Is lightened bv
but loe cannot
lighten pain or relieve
it Many a man looks
ou at his wife's suffering
willing to do anything
to aid iter and able to do
. cximetimes However
the husband's attention is directed to
Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Prescription and
its remarkable cures of womanly dis-
eases. He may not hive much hone of
tor of finance by many regarded u fHSlSlhl.i!rt ?. 7 ih? wediclne'
fm. -.. .... r.t ... Ttu e rcsult that in almost every case
the foremost statesman' in Europe nnd
whloh contains aomp remarkably la-
twestlng disclosures He declared
Kughind to bo the richest country In
the world although suffering hoavily
from her Tolly Jn 'ho Transvaal.
Prance ho declared In without initi-
ative satisfied with tho Kurna of
'past achievements; Ocraany shows
the greatest Initiative and energy in
alt Europe; America has un uupa.-ui
leled combination of natural resources
und initiative and will go on to gu-at
Starting out with tuft domprohei-
there is a perfect and tiennauent cure.
Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Prescription cures
irregularity. It dries the drains which
weaken women heals inflammation anil
ulceration and cures female weakness.
As a tonic for women who are uer ous
sleepless worn-out and run-down "Pa-
vorite Prescription"'' is unenualed.
In uwcr to your letter I will j my wife
commenced to cornnWIa twenty can airo "
write .Lewis A Miller ex Chtef-ofroUce oTxi
P?' Bt i wti SP0' " We hl "il the
kilt of twelve illfleteut doctors bite look gal.
tons at medicine during toe time she was ill
until I wrote so vou and voi told u what in iln
fibe has liken eight bodies of Or Pierces Fs-
Orite FTeitciri(it(on snd sir of the Golden Med- !
W. V.M.V'. WBUHUVIW UWHWDrikDOV
can wtlk around amln and Is oul' .miirt ':
H1aiaW(. TM.i.Mnftn.. M 1.. .1.. .. &1
nioay of thousands of Uoiueti to its cont
plete cure of womanlv diseases. Do not
My rvlew Of tho world's Industrial accept aii unknown and unproved sub- 1
NEW YORK RACKET
115 WEST HARRISON AVENUE
Geo. H. King Proprietor
laus' Judgment En
By the People of i ogan County
The Greatest sale of Holiday Goods in the History of Guthrie.
Fourteen clerks kept busy 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 I002. 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 Racket cannot be undersold.
Why? Because it buys of
rtkwtkm hy the Russian minister of fiU-i?tei? '? Pf . .
W Mr VajHi. laka. the read- LJ?All?Lk l
wfi tour of lovery into U4btntis ;-- rT
Mia- fcm hi mvti) hy & iroi Blobbs "jtfrdiiiw W h worri
vJlmeuM wm$ Mm t:r - Jfft teU at eb muter."
e tkowti a AputsW MMk Holla. Ty wwtay fco 0m fumlA
The Racket pays its debt&jwo cents on the dollar. Has no
past due accounts and will proudly sail into the first place among
the merchants of Guthrie. Watch the jacket grow! Help the
Hv it f l MAim nrtti cavp mnitPv Wit he.me time. tO a- Ln
T 1 ' Zii4!
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