Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 150, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 22, 1900 Page: 1 of 8
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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF OKLAHOMA DEMOCRACY OFFICIAL STATE PAPER OFFICE OF PUBLICATION HARRISON AVENUE.
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA TUES DAV EVENING. MAY 22 1900.
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Prices pleasing in their Smallness
Eisenscbmidt & Meckel
Feet Fitters of all Human Kind
Appointment of President Dole
Displeases the Ha-
Scrlpps-McRae Press Ass'n.
Honolulu May 14 Via San Francis-
co May 22. Enthusiasm over the
passage of the Hawaain bill was
checked by the news of Doles' ap-
pointment. During the past six
months Dole has lost many supporters
on account of his unpopular and al-
leged autrocratic acts. He has been
dubbed "King" Dole.
Or the Lute Mrg. J. C Jfoater Uar la808
No death in this city recently has
been so keenly felt as that of Mrs. J.
0. Foster who died so suddenly last
night about 10 o'clock. She was a
truly good woman whose friends were
known by the scores. Popular with
all who knew her and a favorite in the
circles of Guthrie society where she
was a central figure. She possessed a
gentle kind lovable disposition and
will be most sadly missed by all who
came within the circle of her acquaint
Mrs. Foster's death was sudden. She
had been sick hardly two days Her
condition became alarming Monday
morning and all day her phys cian.
Dr. Petty was at her bedside closely
and carefully watching her. Death
came about 10 o'clock last night from
peritonitis puncture and hemorrhage.
She was not a strong person but en-
joyed fairly good health all the time.
The funeral service was held this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the resi-
dence on east Harrison avenue. The
remains were taken to her former
Supplies to the Starving
People at Mafek-
homo at Oskaloosa Kansas for inter-
ment. Judge J. 0. Foster her husband is
probate judge of Logan county and a
member of the bar association of this
city. The association met this morn-
ing and adopted the following resolu-
tions of respect and condolence:
The members of the Logan county
Oklahoma. Bar met at the office of
the Attorney General for the purpose
of adopting resolutions on the death
of Mrs. J. O. Foster; J. C. Stiautr was
elected chairman and George Wiles
On motion the chairman appointed
a committee of three consisting of
John H. H. Cotteral W B. Herod and
A. H. Housten to prepare resolutions
The committee reported the following
Whereas the sad and unexpected
tidings have beenireceived that the be-
loved wife of Hon. J. C. Fester an
honored member of this bar was called
from our midst by the mysterious hand
of death last night.
Therefore be it resolved That the
Logan 'County Bar Association does
now extend its sincere and heartfelt
sympathy 10 our esteemed brother.the
bereaved and to the son now engaged
in his country's service in the far away
Resolved further That in this sud-
den calling away of Mrs. Foster in the
prime of her life and usefulness this
community has sustained an irrepar-
able loss and that by reason of her
kindly disposition and lovable charac-
ter her memory will ever be cherished.
Resolved That as a tribute of re-
spect to her memory this bar attend
the funeral obsequies in a body.
Resolved That these resolutions be
spread upon the records of th's asaO-
J. H. COTTEKAL
W. B. Herod
A. H. Huston
Saturday afternoon S. T. Osbourn of
Oklahoma City closed a deal for the
furniture and undertaking business of
Reder fc Mallow and is in full posses-
sion and control of it. Mr. Osbourn is
rearranging the stock to make room
for two carloads of the latest styles in
furniture which will arrive this week.
Mr. Osboura and wife have cast their
lot in Guthrie and from this on will
be prominent in the business and so-
cial upbuilding of the city.
W. W. Silvers a banker from Mis-
souri was here today the guest of Wm
Spurlock. He is looking for a locu-
tion in Oklahoma and will visit Okla-
That Tired Feeling
It is Healthful.
The Most Perfect Beer Brewed
Call for it everywhere. Drink it everywhere.
City Office.Black Bldg Phone 54i T TX7 TT A pTf
Bottling Works 54 It. YV D1jJWj39
Scrlppa-McRae Press Ass'n.
London May 22. The following
dispatch from Roberts dated Kroon-
stadt May 21 is posted: "Buller re-
ports Mb advance delayed a few days
owing to the destruction of the rail-
way. Hunter is pushing on to Mafek-
ing with supplies for the garrison. lie
is also arranging for a hospital train
to convey the sick and wounded to
Kimberly. Methuen has left Hoop-
stadt to co-operate with Hunter. Run-
dle reports that he is occupying Lady-
London May 22. Roberts reports
the following concerning the march
of the Mafeking relief column. "Ma-
hon reports May 15 was followed by
the Boer force from Mariania siding
and turned eastward to avoid it. May
13 was attacked in brush leaving five
dead 24 wounded and two missing
including Mr. Hands of the London
Daily Mail dangerously wounded one
captain and one major seriously woun-
ed. Boers lost more heavily.
Favors Chills Coughs
Colds lyspepsla of what-
ever form quickly cured
toy taking DUFFY'S Malt.
A tablespoonful in glass of
water three times a day.
All druggists and grocers.
Dowaro of Imitations
A JOLLY SOCIAUXK.
The Cnthollc Ladles Entertained by Mrs.
11. II. llBKUIl.
The Catholic ladies' sociable at the
home of Mrs. H. H. Hagan last night
was well attended and proved a most
enjoyable evening despite the rainy
state of the weather. The program of
the evening consisted of a number of
excellent musical numbers by Miss
Janey Hager Mrs. Hagan Stewart
Briggs and John O'Meara. Games were
also indulged in. The refreshments
were dainty and delicious consisting
of ice cream strawberries cake and
orange sherbert. A nice sum of money
was realized which will be devoted to
the ladles' church work.
"The Setter Part
Of valor is discretion" and the better
part of the treatment of disease is pre-
vention. Disease originates in impur
ities of the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla
purifies the blood. People who take
it at this season say they are kept
healthy the year round. It 1b because
this medicine expclls impurities and
makes the blood rich and health-giving.
All liver ills are
cured by Hood's
My stock is complete and everything is new.
Now is the time to make your home look new
and fresh for spring is here. Come and see my
stock and find how little money it takes to
paper your house.
A BIG CUT
in Drugs Druggists Sundries Soaps and in
fact everything at bed rock prices.
200 OKU AVE. OPI I'OSTOl'FICK.
Organ Recital at the Masonic
Temple Will be Auspi- .
Tickets for the pipe organ recital
and entertainment at the new Masonic
temple are selling rapidly. The occa-
sion promises to be the most auspicious
ever held in the territory.
Mrs. Bert Uradlmry Is Tenc'orod a Fare-
Mrs. C. A. Grissell entertained at
her home on east Washington avenue
in honor of Mrs. Bert Bradbury of
Muuice Indiana who is visiting Mrs.
It. W. Ramsey. Mrs. Bradbury will
return to her home after a visit of
several weeks with Mrs. Ramsay.
The reception followed by an elegant
luncheon was a farewell affair and
was attended by many ladies.
The luncheon was an elaborate one
and charmingly served. It was in six
courses. Roses were used for floral
decora' ions. Mrs. Grissell was assisted
by Misses Zoe Kimball and Edith
The ladies attending the reception
were: Mesdames Bert Bradbury of
Munice Ind. Borren of Michigan
J. H. Havighorst 0. R Havighorst.
Fred S. Barde Ramsay L. E. Kimball
Seton F. K. Brooke John Hale F. B.
Lillie L. F. Beadles H. E. Asp Ames.
Piles are not only very painful but
also very dangerous as the inflamed
nodules are very apt to take on malig-
nant action and cancer of the rectum
is produced They should be cured.
TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT-
MENT will cure the most obstinate
cases. Price 50c in bottles 75c in
tubes. Sold by F. B. Lillie & Co. and
Wheeler & Son.
General Bellmen's Force Sur-
rounded and Gaptnred
By the Boers.
Scr'pps-McRjio Press Ass'a.
London May 22. It ia officially an-
nounced that General Betbuen was
ambuBhed by the Boers near Vryheid
and only a few of his force escaped.
Bethuen is a cavalry commander un-
der Buller. Vryheid is just over the
Natal border in the Transvaal.
Very few escaped; two arc missing.
Earl do la War is wounded. The total
casualties are about 00
Capetown May 22. The British
troops have reached Vereiniglng on
the railroad just across the Vaal river.
The bridge over the river is intact.
The British captured 27 locomotives.
The Cape Argus in an extra edition
today announces positively that the
Boers will defend Protoria.
Children who are weak fretful and
troublesome should bo given a few
doses of WHITE'S CREAM VERMI-
FUGE. They will then become strong'
healthy and active have rosy cheeks
bright eyes will bo htfppy and laugh-
ing all day long. Price 25c. Sold by
F. B. Lillie & Co. and Wheeler & Son
Thrown Out of a Buggy.
George Tipton and sister Miss Edith
had a narrow escape from serious in-
jury last night while going to the
farm of Mrs. H. H Hagan. They
were in a buggy. The night was
quite dark. Just before turning up
the roadway to the house they drove
on a culvert which is about three feet
high. The sudden fall of the buggy
did not scare the horse but threw out
with violent force both of the occu-
pants With the exception of a few
bruses 5 and muddied clothes they re-
ceived no serious injuries. The buggy
top was demolished and Miss Edith
lost the big chocolate cake she was
taking to the social.
George sayB it was a most narrow
escape from serious accident prevent-
ed only by the gentle disposition of
The citizens of Guthrie will not
tear down the Roosevelt Rough Rider
bills now posted in the city advertis-
ing the great event at Oklahoma City
on July 1 2 3 and 4
Young People's Christian Union of
the United Presbyterian Church of
North America Denver Colorado
July 25-30 1900. For the above oc-
casion we will sell tickets to Denver
Colorado Springs Pueblo and Manitou
at the rate of one first-class normal
tariff fare plus 82 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale July 23 andV24. Tickets
limited continuous passage to Pueblo.
After reaching Pueblo stopover will
be aUowed at any Colorado common
point but not later than August 22nd.
Return trip must not be commenced
earlier than August 1 nor later than
August 24 and mast be continuous
passage. A. J. Corkins Agent.
The Farm Journal is the boiled
down hit-the-nall-on-the-head paper
out to fit the farmer and villager who
Snow what's what. The Farm Journ-
al for nearly 5 years remainder of 19-
00 and all of 1001 1002 1003 and 1004)
and the Weekly Leader one year will
both be sent to every new subscriber
to our paper and to every old subscrib-
er who pays 50c. Walk right up to
the captain's ofllce.
June 5 Is Convention Date.
Editok Leadeh June 5th is the day
set for holding the territorial conven-
tion at El Reno instead of the 4th as
some papers have it. Yours truly
JASrEit Su'es Chm'n
Dem. Ter. Central Com.
For irritation itch
ing and inflam-
mation Ot tllOi
skin for scaly '
eruptions of tho
for rod rough hands
and facial uloin-
isuos nothing so
pure so speedily I
effective as warm
baths with Cuticuba Soap followed by
gentle anointings with CimctmA purest
of oraolllonts and greatest ot skin cures.
Bold throughout the world. Pottih D. ami C. Cor
BoU I'ropi. Cotton. All About th 8lp tnd IUlr Uv.
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