Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 75, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 28, 1900 Page: 1 of 8
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OFF10IAL ORGAN OF OKLAHOMA DMOOKAOY OFFICIAL STATE PXPEROFFIOE OF PUBLICATION" HARRISON AVENUE.
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GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA WEDN3SDA- EVENING FEBRUARY 28 lOOO
To Capture Oronje's Big Coos
and it is Believed Large
Namber Troops Escaped
London Fob 28 The Manchester
guardian thinks a good part of Qen.
Gronjo's army escaped from Magers-
fontcin with his principal gunB.
Nono o the heavier guns which Bur-
rounded Klinberley wore found. It is
the general impression that Roberts
will now advance on Bloomfontoin in
order to clinch the moral affect of his
victory over Cronjo by oecupying the
Frco State capital.
Still Defiant and are Giving
the English Plenty of
"Tito Stro'tRth of Twoaty Mon."
When Shakespeare employed this
phraso ho reforrcd of course to heal-
thy able bodied men. If he had lived
iu theso days ho would have known
that men and women who are not
hcUthy may become so by taking
flood's Sarsaparllla. This medicine
by making tho blood rich and pure
and giving good appetite and perfect
digestion imparts vitality and strength
to tho syBtem.
Tho non-irrltatiui? cathartic Hood's
Thin Is to Certify
That for twonty years I was constantly
trying to have my eycBight improved
by the use of glasses but without sat-
isfactory results until I mot Mr. J. W.
Ferner at the Eagle drug store who
so perfectly fitted my eyes that I feel
that I owo him a debt of gratitude.
P. B. Hicks
M. E. Church South
Daughter tinil Ho r Lover Killed.
Bluoflold West "Virginia February
28 John Glenn a farmer near Littles-
burg shot and killed Mb daughter and
her lover yesterday afternoon then
out his own thront. He objected to
tho attentions of tho young man to his
daughter and finding them together
the tragedy followed.
A. blizzard accompanied with wind
snow and sleet struck Guthrie last
Weekly Leader one year ana" the
Farm Journal the remainder of
1900 and all of 1901 1902 1903
and 1904 for only 50o. Sub-
soriptiotw begin with the our rent
month; we cannot supply baoh
numbers. Orders sent in Febru-
ary will begin with February and
London Feb. 28 A dispatch from
Buller's headquarters at Hlangwane
Hill dated this morning received by
the war ofllec roports a sharp battle
with the Boers during which his
troops wero subjected to a galling
fire but ho hopes his losses are not
He captured sixty prisoners and
scattered tho Boers in all directions.
Says there are still a considerable
number of Uocrs left on and under
AnlMltor's MfeHitvcd liy Clinniberlula'n
During the early part of October 18-
00 1 contracted a bad cold which set-
tled on my lungs and was neglected
until I feared that consumption had
appeared in an incipient state. 1 was
constantly coughing and trying to ex-
pel something which 1 could not. I be-
came alarmed and after giving the loc-
al doctor a a trial bought a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and tho
result wbb Immediate improvement
and after I had ussd throe battles my
lungs were restored to their healthy
state. U.S. Edwards Publisher of Tho
Review Wyant 111. For salo by C. E.
Tom Deal a former Guthrie lumber
dealer has opened up a lumber yard in
Wichita. Tom 1b a thoroughgoing
business man and tho Loader and hf
host of friends hero wish him success.
Boos Your StnmncU DiatrosH Your?
Dou you havo pnin in tho side nau-
sea sometimes vomiting distress after
eating belching constipation loss of
appetite dizziness flatulence moth
patches sluggish looks pimples and a
repulsive complexion? If you hove
any of theso symptoms you have dys-
popsia or'atomach disorder. Tho now
discovery Bailey's Dyspepsia. Tah-
lets brings quick relief followed by
a permanent cure; pleasant to take.
W. J. Bailey written on each package.
Price 25 cents postpaid. Made by tho
Lakeside Medicine Co Chicago. Sam-
ple free. Well informed doctors pro-
scribe them. Sold by 0. R. Ronfro
The suffrage club will meet Satur-
day of this week at tho homo of Mrs.
Rhodes at 3 o'clock p. m. All will
want to hear her account of the na-
tional convention which she recontly
attended at Washington. Everybody
I Tailoring I
f 2 ftf
1 As An Art.- &
jo Clothes not do make a man. But clothes 9T
3 distinguish a man. vL
4R . OUR PRICES ' o
Tg Trousers perfect fit from $ 5 to 12 W
Jt S.iitB DressBusiaesa perfect fit. 15 to 60 of
ft Overcoats light and heavy weight. 12 to 50 of
sf Our 20 and 25 Suits are equal in ever y way: J
Q to those costing 5 and $10 more elsewhere. lb
n Our line of Imported and Domestic "Woolens is ?Z
JJ complete. pj
51 We are a part of Outhrie. We make p
4 every garment in Guthrie. We guarantee sat- qIp
1 KELLEY BROS. !
4 Merchant Tailors i
$ 119 East Oklahoma. &
Carry Killed by Plnkertons
at DodsoD. to
Kansas City Fob. 38. Louis Curry
supposed to be the last nioznber of a
gang of bandits who hold up tho Un-
ion Pacific train at Wilcox Wyo. last
June was shot and killed near Dod-
son Mo. today. Pinkcrtons wero af-
ter him and ho attomtcd to escape and
Ho j- Kolibnra
Four whito boys named Bruclo
Bruce Blalno Hathaway Geo. ElklnB
and Geo. Cokely of Oklohoma City
havo been tapping the cash drawers
In that city for some time past. They
operated through a ncvjro boy who di-
vided she fipolls with tho quartot
Cokely and Elkins have bqeu arrested
and mado confessions. The others bo
far have escaped.
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"Mr wlfo liadiilinplo on ber race but
she baa boon taking CA3CAHET3 ana they
liavo all disappeared. I had boon troubled
with constipation for Bomo time hut alter tak-
ing tho first Cascarot I haYO bad no trouble
with this allmont. Wo cannot speak too high-
ly of Cascarou." 1TUED WAimtAW
6703 aormantorra Avo. FnlUtflolpttia Pa.
f Tiiial CATHARTIC -
200 OKU. AVK. Olr. 1'OSTOkFICK.
Will give you
A big Out on Paint
and Wall Paper
If you are going to paiut or paper your house It
will be to your interest to call and see us. We can
do you good ai!d will if you will give us a chance.
We have the largost stock of tablets and stationery
. in the city and will give you big bargains for your
We have lowered the price on all DRUGS 25
per cent in order to reduce stock. Come at Once if
you want bargains.
C. B. RENFRO .
206OKLA. AVE.. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
TNADI MAAH RIOISTIRfD
Plo&tttnt. Palatabls. Potent. Tails Good no
Qood Merer 81cken wcak.en.or Gripe. 10c 2&;t00.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Sl.rilnJ R.m4 Capuj CkU.f. Mntrt l Bw Ytrk. 3U
Un.Tfl.nfln Bold andgnirAntecdbr nlltfrac-
RU" I U'U Au guts to CVilli Tobacoo JJablt.
WmTTIKIt THE l'OKT.
Have it That Way and Three
'Americans and Five
A Social Kveut In Memory Ht I'rof. Camit-
Last nlgbt Prof and Mrs. Campbell
entertained tho Epworth Lbague at
their home on east Manser ave. Tho
literary program was after tho poet
Whittler illustrated pooras being as
follows: " f
In School Days: Barbara Frietchietj
Barefoot Boy Red Hiding Hood; Cas-
sandra Bouthwlck and tho Purapkinl
belootions wero roaa ana tno uuuicnco
guessed the titlo of the poom iUustratj
ed. The room was darkened and co
ored lights used. Tho program w
arranged as follow: t f-
Piano duct Miestts Edna and Ruby
uemtutlon Baroxoot Bey" Hop
Quartette "Quaker of tho Oldon
Paper "Whlttier's Boyhood" Mis
Rqftjtation "Rid Riding Hood"
Miss Rnby Kolly.
RcadlVtr "Tha Wltoh's Dauglitor"
Scripps-McRao League s
GuaymaB. Mexico February 23. On
Washington's birthday a shooting
affair occurred at Pilarez do Tierra in
which ttn'eo Americans and flvo Mexi-
cans wero killed. The shooting fol-
lowed an Attempt by the Mexicans to
raise the Mexican flag above tha Amor-
Working Night anil Iy.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made Is Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Theso pills change
weakness into strength llstlessnoss
into energy brain fag into mental
Fiowcr. They're wonderful in bulki-
ng up the health. Only 25 cents per
box. Sold by O. R. Renfro
Snow Bound and 'Street Traf-
fic and Business is
Chicago Feb. 88. This cfty Is snow
bound today and streot oar trade and
business is paralyzed. Snow is from
twelvo to twenty inches deqp
JMocl of lltir Injurlcn
Kansas City Feb 28. EmmaSchlm-
Idlapp of Cincinnati Injured in tho
Missouri Pacific wreck last night died
today making tho number of deaths
Ilavo you tried Searchlight Pills for
disordered stomach and bowels? They
euro sick headache bllllousnesB cos'
tlvoncss etc. Ten cents a bottle at
Lillle'fl Drug & Book Store.
A frightful Ulunilor
Will often (muse a horrlblo burn
bcald out or bt-ulaa. Buoklon's Arnica
salro will cure ih pain and promptly
heal It. Cures fjvor Boresuloerbollij
corns all skin eruptions. Best pilu
euro on earth. Oi-ly 26 oents a box
Cure guaranteed. 'Sold by O R lien-
Tho boys and girls) should road the
Farm Journal. It wll help kegp them
on tho farm Wo will send it five
years tho roraaindor of 1900 "and all of
1001 1(102 1003 and 1001 to everyono
who will subscribe for tho Weekly
Leader? both papers ut thoprlcoof
ileuutjr In Illooil Vvevi
Cloan blood moan a lean skin No
beauty without it. CascareU Candy Qajhur
tie olwan your blood and k'-en it clean by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving atf Inv
E untie from the lodv. Begin to-day to
arjigji pimplea boiU blotchee. bl(iekhedf
and that sickly bilicue complexion by taking
Cascareta tmiuty for ten cents. All dnig
gists suwactioa guaranteed 10c JcC(kr.
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Potter of 804 South First Htrc t Brooklyn N. YM "who Bays under dato ot
Sopt. 23 1800 regarding his euro of a disfiguring face humor: My baby's
faco ivaa covered with rlngwwrma. Wo could nut lay a pin between tho
soros on hla faco nntl ncik and ho was a eight to look at. Two doctors
attondod him for throt wek without buccom when I hoard of Cutlcura.
I got n box of Cutloura Boap and n box of Cutlcura Olntmout I only
applied thorn thrco days when I could sco Ida faco wns hotter and In four
weeks ho was ourod. His faco Is as olobr as a boll and not n mark on it.
In all tho world thore U no treauneut no jiuro to Mvreet eo oconomtoal co speedily tt!$r.
tire for dlatrwmlnx ktn and M3.)i liunwra of infant awl ehtldnm a Cirrtctnu. A wanu
liath wllli Ovtwvhk gQAf nuil n ilo anointing: wltli vvriwux Ointment purcit oC
cioolltant akin ourM fullowed wen inweswry by a mild dwo of Cirr icon KEspi.vuHr.
will AlTonl Instant relief permit mt and sloop to boUi parent and child and point to a
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'HB SKT. l.3 1 or. Crrri-Uiu. flour. 20c.. CUTICCKi. Ottfiuzar. 60c.. Ganaum.
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Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 75, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 28, 1900, newspaper, February 28, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74775/m1/1/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.