The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 55, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA MONDAY JANUARY 27 1902.
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Something of the Work of a Capitol
National Stockholder. I
n uit i i i tlii- Saturday Qlobe of
I tli -. N I- of special inteiest to
UuUiik p pli' ') .iuso tbe subject is
KTvatiy ip -o"trl i-i Outhrle Mr. A.
C Hro it -.a ntui kholcer and direct-
in in tv i .pitoi Natioinai bank oi
this dtv it has visited Outhne
innnv tin.' The Globe says:
T k 'til nem to nnd its wy
luto ai; . s of industr and com-
HKrt . ' ) which Utlcn is have ac-
ii'iinl in i ' rsfrverence pluck or in
luiitan I i pu the whe k of Indus-
try in in own city 1b n.o'lon and
ln'lp !ii- to l'V"lop mi"": and ap
ricuKuru ii a - to oprrab team and
wfloctric tallways and to drive thv
wheels of manufacturing plants in
other plans near and distant. The
latest interesting venture of local
capital is in the carrying trade on the
great lakes here the United States
Transportation iompan) vlll ere long
have in operation five handsome new
vossels. The first of these was
launched at Chicago a week ago and
was named Jhe A. Q. Brower in hon-
or of the vice president of the com
pany 'who Is our well known and
teemed fellow townman. The chris-
tening coromony was performed by
MlflB J. Floronco Brower the doctor's
accomplished daughter ana the blow-
ing of whistles' and tho cheorlng of
the multitudes on tho Ca:umot river
banks mode It an Introsting scene.
"Tho A. Q. Brower Is ono of the five
lster uhlps the other four being now
In procosj of construction. Sho Is
346 feet long 18 feot boant and will
draw 28 feet She Is of steoi through-
out and is designed to carry ore grain
and passengers. The vessels of this
lino will run from Buffalo to Duluth
and those Interested in tho company
which was formed last summer and Is
capitalized at $1200000 aro confident
ol the succots of their enterprise. Dr.
Brower is the only Utican In the com-
pany. Syracuse capitalists n.-j inter
'The doctor is the first Uticnn to
ongago extensively in tho transporta-
tion business nnd his Intent venturo is
a mnnifoatation of the spirit of enter-
prise so characteristic of him. It is
safe to say that no other Utican has
investments as varied and far reach-
ing. His tracks can Do found in tho
industrial Holds from Tucoma Wash.
to St Auguslino Fla. On tho Pacific
slopo his enterprises aro varied. In
Colorado ho haa an irrigating canal
In Nebraskn a piggory whore thou-
sands of porkors aro fattenod in In-
diana a cotton mill in Louisiana cot-
ton fields and In Florida an extensive
orange grovo and winter home. The
commercial iri'"ostxnent on the lakes
Is but an atom in the combination of
hla craterpri'eH all of which have
been extremely successful. At home
ho Is lntere .ted among others in Uie
cotton mi'ls aYd the bleacher( at
Willowvale was long prominent in
tho Ut!ca Water Works company and
also vice president and a director of
the TJtica & Black lliver railroad.
"Dr. Brower Is one Gt the moat mol-
est and genial of men. His manner Is
winning with a smile and pleasant
word for nil ho meets. Fow mon In
this community hnvo beou so bucqom-
ful nnd nono more thorougnly enjoys
tho fruits of prosperity."
TERRITORIAL SNAP SHOTS.
Matters of More or Lees Interest to
Lawton citizens are clamoring for
more water and adequate fire protec-
tion El Itetio'a Bystern is to make a man
leave town If he is found guilty of
beating his wife.
Newklrk claims to have gained at
looat thirty handosm'e residences
within the last few months.
The Topeka El Reno Telephone
iom;nny is to put In an exchange at
Mountain View shortly.
Arduorc ran hard'y count the new
hoi- that are building elncii the
t'hrctaw lua led for that town.
V (leer 14 yean old and Mol-
Ue Mapo its y ars old eloped from
t'm be'l 'tid I T to b ina rled.
- of the l'ri'sbyterian
Ut 'it'wiee are m-i king to or-
a; 1 Y. M C. us oclation.
T n'ii' toi about the
for - '!: laire of I nl . the
IU ' ''e Feres." ami .laughter
of mo to a Texan is good
v ' hut I' goes lame
wi i thit Oeronlmo has
onl- . 'i i'i l?va. now too
jou i y I
A TIUAZ. 1IOXTT.E OI' THE WOM.D'S OKKATJJSX KIDNEY CmK SENT
lUSOLUTKM FltKE TO KVICKV KEADKK OF THIS PAVBIt WUO 8rFl'EItS
KIMMI KIIINISV HVElt llLADDEi: OR I1LOOD DISEASE OR WHAT 13
COS1MONLV III OWN AMONO WOMKS AS "FEMALE WEAKNESS."
TEST YOUR KIDNEYS
If Any of Your Family Either in this or Past Generations
Have Been Troubled with Kidney Disease Make a
Test of Your Urine and Satisfy Yourself.
rut some morning urine in a glass or bottle let
ii -ind for twenty-four hour If there la a reddish
f.rtimenl !n the bottom of tbe glass or if the urlnp
s cloui'y nr milky or If you see particles or germn
floating about In It your kidneys sre diaeatd and
yon flhouM lose no time but get a bottle of War-
ner ? Safe Cure as it Is dangerous te neglect your
kidnovi for even one day. Drlght's disease gravel
liver louiplalnt pains In the back. rhKiinml.m
r lie-mat Ic gout. Inflammation or bladder.
s'onc in the bladder uric sold poison.
uropsy eczema scrotum mom illsescr
oCfrntlvn odor from sweating so-called
Female Weaknoss" painful periods
ion irequeni uosire io urinate ana puo-
ful passing of urine ore all caused by
dl-aaed kidneys and ran be speedily
cjrpd by Warner's Safe Cure which
h is been prescribed by leading doctors
for 2' years nnd used In all prominent
Pojiinwttr Barker Cured.
Mr J u Darker Aislatant Post-
aster Stevens Point vs . writes.
iVarner's Safe Cure has cured Bie of
Idney trouble and Indigestion. It Is
i tbe beat tonic I evor took and It hen
)rrmanently cured rao of what my doc.
iea one oi me worst cases or
disease he ever rame across to
perienco. It Is the family msdl.
lne In this part of the rountry."
Warner's Safe Cure is purely vege
table and contains no h'.rmiul druc.
It 'lors not constipate: It ia a most Till
able and effecttvo tonic It Is a stimu
lant to digestion and awakens the
torpid liver putting the patient Into
the very best receptive state for tho
Swork or the restorer of the kidneys it
gprepares the tissues sootb"s Inflamma-
Btlon and irritation stimulates the en
feebled organs and heals at the same
time. It builds up the body gives
?renn;th and restores energy that la
gor Iris been wasting tinder the baneful
tiutTcrlDS of kidney disease.
WARNER'S SIIFE CURE
now put un in two reeular Blzes and
sold liy all druggists or direct at
Oc and SI.OO a Bottle
LESS THAN ONC CENT DOSE.
ItoruRe sul.j'ltutes. There Is none
Just as Rood as' Warner's Safe Cure.
t has cured all forms of kidney dls-
aso during the last thirty years. It Is
prescribed by all doctors and used In
the leading hospitals as the only abso
lute rure for all forms of Jlseaso of tho
I 'lnoys Ucr ind bladder.
itt.AL BOTTLE FREE.
To convlnco rcry s'ifTerer from diseases of tho kidneys liver bladder and blood
tbst Warner's ."-'Kfo Cure n!ll cun them a trial bottle will bo sent absolutely free to
sny one who will write Warner's Safe Cure Co. Hochestor. N Y. and mention hav-
ing; seen this liberal off'i- in this paper. The genuineness of this offer Is fully
r larsnteed by th? publlihcr Our doctor will send medical booklet containing
i vmptoms and treatment of each dlsoase and many coavluclns testimonials free
to nay one who will write.
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WOailJii WHO llliAMC.
Chibiilol or an lnolilriit In tlio Court of
Rluc lame I.
That ladles of fashion have the habit
of drinking greatly to excess is a pet
subject for a certain type of sensation-
al writer. "The Dottle in the Boudoir'
"Drunkenness in the Drawing lloom"
are the sort of headings that are al-
ways sure to appoal to a large section
cf readers. The articles are genera. ly
written In a very exaggerated tone but
there was probably a good deal of
truth In a somewhat similar article
that was written some 300 years ago
concerning the lsit to Kn gland In tjie
month of July lout of Utat heavy
drinking monarch Christina IV. of
Denmark to the court of his brother-in-law
Jnmoa I. "I think" wrote Sir
John Harrington "that the Dano hag
greatly wrought on our good flhigllsh
nobles for those whom I could never
get to taste good liquor now lollow tho
iashlon. The ladies abandoned their
sobriety and are seen to roll about in
IIo describes a masque acted by the
ladies of the court of King James. The
representation was of Solomon's tem-
ple and the coming of the (Jueen of
rthebn. The "queen'' who had to bring
In gifts to both their majesties tum-
bled down and upset her gifts into the
lap of the royal Dane who insisted ou
dancing with her. but collapsed aul
haa to be put to bJ. Then appeared
in rKh dresses Hope Faith and Char-
ity. Hope tried io speak but wine so
enfeebled her endetuurs that she with-
drew and hoped that Uie king would
forgive her. Faith followed her from
the royal presence In a staggering con-
dition; Charity seems to have behaved
fairly well; Victor) had to wave a
sword and frightened tho king wb .
one often reads was very nervous of
weapons; while Peace took offense in
endeavoring to get up to tbe ktug and
eldod her olive branch in warlike
assault upon the htads of the attend-
ants. llousi'lMil.l Words.
Mr. i:ii il.tM. All. Di'iison "Uie
Barbara l-.ulwo ui l'axaj." died re-
entry. She ru1d :U.ov.j hir home in
San Antonlu the nut f icul (log that
floated lu the state. '1 In- to n of Denl-
60U Tex vai iui::k ! ci 1. r honor.
It's folly to s' fter from that hor-
rible plague of the nibt Itchiug
piles. Dora's Ointment cures quick-
ly and permanently At auy drug
Christian Science Reading Room.
The following: Indies will bo in
chnrgo of tho Christian Scienco rootl-
ing room this week which Is opon
from 3 to 6 o'clock each aftornoon:
Mi 3. Florence Stumpff.
Mrs. Mary Armstrong.
Mrs. ISmtna Smith.
Mrs. George Stockdnle.
Mr. Hunlce Newton.
M . Cora MoCmoken.
Mrs. Nell Morton.
Bveryhody cordially Invited and any
one doslrlng Christian Science liter-
ature will be supplied.
The rofldlng room is In tho rear of
the church on Broad gtroet batweon
Oklahoma and Clove-land avonues.
Mrs. Nell R. Merten
came Into our store and said: "I am
going to take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin for my cold. It kept us froe
all last winter from every kind of eold.
It to a great remedy and a perfect
laxative." Sold by F. D. Llllle & Co.
On accouut of moving tbe freight
depot the cashier will be found at the
passenger depot and the bill olork at
A. J. Corklns Agent.
For the above occasion wo will sell
tickets to Wichita and return at rato
of one far for Uie round trip. Tickets
will be on sale Feb. 8. 11 and 12. lim-
ited to return Feb. 16th Continuous
passaye in each direction. Doing
trip to commence date of sale. Yours
A. J. Corklns Agent.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin sweet-
ens the oreath. Sold by F. B. Ullle
The world is becoming more sen-
sible It it is not becoming better. An
AUbleon amateur was recently adver-
tised to take part in an entertain-
ment and he bcame very Indignant
saying he ' h td quit that sort of foolishness."
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 55, Ed. 1, Monday, January 27, 1902, newspaper, January 27, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc75829/m1/2/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.