The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1899 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LCADKK. GUTHRIE 02LAHOMA
Hutered la tfee postofflce at Guthrie, OMa
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PUBLISHED BY THE LEADER PRINTING
L. « N1BLACK, Editor mnd Manager.
OT>la( Orgu of Oklahoma Uamoaracy
One month, delivered In city «
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(THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1899.
Qbistmili. Josh is not the only ac-
cident in the legislature.
It ia now In order to save Cuba from
the profeaaional Cubans.
Capt. DeFord has wrapped tin foil
around his conscience and recurred
with startling suddenness
Thih legislature is going to have a
hard time in saving the administration
from a few of its accidental office-
Strong, «te*dy nerve*
Are needed tor success
Depend simply, solely,
Upon the blood.
Pure, rich, nourishing
Blood feeds the nerves
And makes them strong.
The great nerve tonic is
Because it makes
The blood rich and
Pure, giving it power
To feed the nerves.
And all forms of
It la now in order for Capt. l)e Ford
to enter the cage and feed the admin-
istration animals a copious quantity of
Sly iObrri.andek will not attend
this session of the legislature. lie
is over at Enid using the family
skeleton for a hat rack.
Si'KAKiNa of the pronunciation of
thoae Philippine names, the adminis-
tration has about concluded to pro-
nounce Iloilo a hard proposition.
Thr statement to the effect that
Capt. C. H. DeFord, sergeant at arms
of the house, was heavily endorsed by
Governor Barnes, has returned to its
maker, protested with a big P.
Somebody who has influence* in the
Grand Army of the Republic can do a
good thing for that organization in
advising posts against borrowing
trouble about Confederate pensions.
doubt of the fact exists that the mes
sage was all right, but be seems to
have forgotten the fact that the great
maues of the taxpayers of Oklahoma
do not agree with his views in regard
to many subjects which he neglected
to discuss in his message, and which
it is said the present legislature will
inquire into and demand an explana
tion. A portion of the message is all
right, and the subjects handled in it
are forcibly presented, but as a whole
it is not what the legislature expected
and the people had a right to demand,
and they will not be satisfied wit1'
generalties and beautiful phrsses
woven into outward gems but wholly
lacking in substantial facts.
West, Logan county, Okla., Jan. 11.—
Harvey Hancock npent New Years with
Mr. Holland and family spent New Year
with Mrs. Bell.
Clyde Burrlght was In Guthrie last Mon
Mrs. 8eybert called on Mrs. Brltler's
An oyster supper was given at Label!
Joe Blttlker IS making posts for his
Fred Englman Is making posts for John
John Hlnes and Clyde Burrlght spent
Friday at Mr. Blttlker's.
R. D Brewer has returned from the
Thomas Brewer wan up across the Cim-
Mr. Greer has built au addition to his
C. C. Burrlght went to mill at Crescent
A dance wos given In Downs Monday
Sam Hunter has purchased a new buggy.
George Lenhart hns purchased a new
School begun Monday, after u week's
ONE VIEW OF THE SITUATION.
Hon. Champ Clark, Democratic
member of congress from Missouri,
tells the New York Herald what the
new year has in store for the country,
The year 1899 will be memorable In
American history, both politically and
commercial'y. The Nlcacaguan cinal
will begin to be constructed, and for-
ever controlled by the American re-
public aione, free from all enUngllng Ba^
alliances. It Is necessary to our t|at church.
Marshall, Logan county, Ok., Jan. 11-
Dan Dyche Is down from Ponca City
Mr. Tllford Dyche and Mrs. Marsales
Keown were married Monday.
The I. O. O. F. ball and supper was a
W. D. Haymon of Mulhall had a couple
of land buyers out here showing them
some farms for sale In this vicinity.
Miff Wyckoff and family, Mrs. Sam Wy
ckoff and Mrs. Weaver are visiting in
Dr Stevens has a number of patients on
his list at present.
It has been very cold the past week.
Our merchants are very busy. Custom-
ers have to take their turn In trading.
John Shlot has been hauling wood to
the Union school house.
The young people had a party at Lcm
Luster's Wednesday night
Bennle Barnes and Myrtle Ruthford
were married last week.
It Is said that the prospects for two rail
roads are very flattering for Marshall
The H. O. G. and Missouri Pacific.
Mr Davidson has refused 12,000 for his
The Binglng evangelist, John Dane, of
Attuiif alik) offered to sell out his
Philippine insurrection for some of the
money of Spain. He seems to be try
inff to fill the roles of Qeorge Wash
ington and Benedict Arnold all in
Thrrr have been eleven changes in
McKinley's cabinet and still more are
promised. Mr. McKinley has as much
trouble keeping clerks as the usual
houaekeeper does in keeping domestic
Auditor Hopkins' report does not
dwell at great lsngth on the exhaust-
ed insane or deaf and dumb appropria<
tions. The 20 mill levy was exhausted
the middle of last year, yet the audi*
tor's Sabbath school conscience does
not prevent the continued drawing of
warrants on these alleged funds.
Auditor Hoprins, according to all
reporti, is conscientiously inclined to
give the territory the best of it, but
he says nothing in his report pertain
ing to the two salaries he draws as
superintendent and auditor. Mr.
Hopkins should not be too hasty in
examining motes. Bre the legislature
passes an appropriation bill, the audi-
tor may find occasion to sit up with
several large hunks of defeat.
It may surprise the readers of the
Record to learn that so good a man as
the secretary of the navy and so good
a man aa the secretary of the Interior
have never been in the west. Mr.
Bliss went to Omaha with the
president laat October, and learned a
great many things. Secretary Long
has not even had that advantage and
had never been south of the Potomac
river until he accompanied the presi
dent on his recent journey to Oeorgia.
It would be to the public welfare if
congress should make an appropria*
tion to send Mr. Hoar and other New
England statesmen on a tour of obser-
vation through the central and west-
ern states. It would add immensely
to their usefulness and modify many
of their views.—Chicago Record.
Those who are familiar with the
methods of the territorial administra-
tion could not avoid a broad grla as
the governor read his remarkable mes-
sage, and one leading Republican,who
knowa all the ropes and the inner
circle which revolves around the
pivotal center in the control and man-
agement of the affairs of the territory,
remarked, when the reading of the
message was concluded, that it was
the "finest document he ever heard
read for the facility with which it
akipped the facts and the figures, and
touched only the governor's side of all
the iasues in which the taxpayers of
the territory aro so vitally interested,
and of which they had expected to
hear aomething about." ' Why," said
this old Republican, "he skipped the
Alva normal school question wlthont
aaying a word about legalizing the
bonda issued in violation of law to
build it, or anything about how it was
done—the very thin? we wanted to
Taking it all through the Govern-
or's message, while its rhetoric is not
to be impeached and the art of com
position and the genius displayed in
Its preparation cannot be assailed, is
lacking in that candor and sincerity
which must detract from a state paper
where facta and figures form the ehief
argument and the greatest eloquence.
JTrom the Governor a standpoint no
welfare, our development and our
domination of the western hemi-
With the odoriferous history of the
Pacific rail roads still fresh In the
memory, it is utterly incredible that
congress will subsidize, go partners
with, or guaranteee the bonds of any
This colossal work will gire an im-
pulse, vastly perpetual to American
commerce, agriculture and achieve-
ment everywhere, especially in the
south and west.
The canal, with a deep water har-
bor on the Texas gulf coist, w ill rev-
olutionize rai road freight traffic and
the ocean-carrying trade. When it is
known beyond cavil that such harbor
has been secured, every railroad in
the trans Mississippi country will
head for it. Physical facts compel
the result. From the middle of North
Dikota to the gulf its a downhill
In fifty years on the Texas coast a
city will arise rivaling New York in
population, wealth and commerce
The] next census will give trans
Misslsslppians thirty additional con-
gressmen and presidential electors
with sixty additional votes in national
conventions. The coming years are
The year 1899 will witness the be
ginning of the end of our monstrous
tar ft' system. Dewey's guns at Manila
wounded It past all surgery. That
heathen idol is dethroned,
"All the King's horses and all the
Can't put Humpty Dumpty up again."
In 1899 Democracy, cbasteoed by de-
feat and purged of traitors, will win
the preliminary skirmith for 1900,
when it will come into its own again,
ushering In the twentieth century, as
It did tbe nineteenth, with a Demo
John Falln has built a new house on his
Mr. Edwards Is visiting Tom Beards this
A SIMPLE LKS80N.
New York is the greatest city in the
land but in its business it la like every
other large place, the only difference
being that in the metropolis there are
more firms and more patrons. But the
lessons there to be learned are appli-
cable to every other place in the coun-
try. The following editorial statement
from the New York Sun,therefore,hss
its moral for Oklahoma cities, though
fortunately the basis of the lesson is
an occurrence elsewhere.
"Since Christmas there have been
ten failures reported of concerns that
made a specialty of goods intended for
holiday presents. Some of these con-
cerns carried large stocks and were
entitled to the designation 'big.' In
one or two instances tho, stocks were
v.ilued at more than $250,000. The
noticeable thing about each of the
collapsed concerns is that it did not
advertise in the newspapers.
The stores that did advertise were
crowded with customers from the
commencement of the holiday season
to the hour of closing the night before
Christmas. They all report the great-
est holiday business in years."]
So far as the recent holiday trade is
concerned tbe experiences of the Guth-
rie firms who advertise is exictly that
stated for the houses in New York.
The business before Christmas was the
largest ever known in the history of
Guthrie. No more potent lesson could
be presented. "A word to the wise,"
etc., for the wisdom of the Sun is oi
all the year round appllcat'on.
CAMP CREEK NOTES.
Camp Creek, D county, Okla , Jan. 11.—
Christmas and New Year's was highly
celebrated on Camp Creek this year,
The Christmas tree at the Riley church
was a grand success.
John Rankin and M. H. Newlln wenl
to Woodward with a load of corn Fri-
Ira Arrlngton made two trips to Taloga
Mrs. J. D. Arrlngton has gone to Talo«
go this week.
Miss Winnie Alton called at Mr. Arrlng-
ton* s one day this week.
Robert Dent has a very sore hand.
Is afraid It will bo blod poison.
Mr. Lash Is working for Mr. Wlldmnn
The Hoffman boys are going to stack
caln for Mr. Wlldmnn.
The township board met at Mr. Austin's
the last day of December.
John McCullen spent Sunday at Sam
Clarence Ilora and Claud Hedges spent
Christmas at Mr. Lashes.
Ethel, the Infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James White, Is very low with fever.
Joseph White spent New Year's at Mr.
Allle Arthand Is on the sick list this
Walter Clow Is working for Mr. Ar-
thand this week.
John Rankin has one hundred head of
cattle to feed.
Mr. Sheldon and Joe Wallace are haul
Ing logs for their houses.
Tho quilting atRankln's was not very
largely attended on acount of the cold
SPRING VALE NOTES.
Sprlngvale, Logan county. Ok., Jan. 11—
The weather has been beautiful, but
Not much sickness at present In this
R. W. Morris has rented A. A. Able
S. A. Abies and daughter took possession
of the jail this week.
There was no school this week at the
Sprlngvale school house.
There was a New Year's tree at Mount
Pleasant Monday night.
Debate every Thursday night at the
Hamlin school house.
Mrs. Thompson received some meat off
the New Year's tree Monday night.
There will be a big dance given soon.
Are You «oiny to California.'
The California limited, Santa Fe
Route, gives the best and speediest
service; only 2% days to Los Angeles improves right along.
VALLEY CENTER NEWS.
Valley Center. Grant Co., Ok., Jan. 11.—
Very pleasant winter weather.
Christmas Is past and every one is hap-
Rev. Odell preached at Valley Center
last Sunday and Sunday night.
Chester H. Perkins, our new register of
deeds, moved to town last week and Is
now taking up his new duties. Mr. Per-
Little Ruth Burrlght has been sick, but
is getting better.
Wo are having very cold weather for
McKinley, Logan county, Ok., Jan. 11 —
Everybody has a cold at McKinley.
Our new store Is all right.
D. K. Campbell will move to Fallis In
the near future.
Wo haven't any smallpox at McKinley.
Willie Humphrey's arm Improves very
Grandpa Sumner is visiting at the Tan-
Nell Humphrey was vaccinal ed by Dr.
Mr. Jennings was working on the farm
for Mr. Fletcher and a nail flew, strlk- ;
Ing the eye, and entering about an Inch.
Dr. Torrance was called and dressed the J
A library society was organised at Mc- J
KlnJfJ' school house last Friday night,
which will continue through the winter. '
Richard Swank surprised his parents
the 22d of last month by coming up from
Muskogee, where he is attending .school
and staying until the fourth. Richard,
RED OAK NEWS
Red Oak. Cleveland county. Ok., Jan. 11.
Charley Coots of Tecumseh Is In this
vicinity on business / ,
R. M. Fowler and Mr. Bailey visited
Shawnee this week.
Rube Smith hss moved on the place
recently vacated by A. Coots.
Prof. Swank was in Norman last Sat-
Sir. Craft of Eason, O. T.,"has rented a
part of the (f. Allen farm.
W H. Anderson has sold the west half
of his claim to a Spring Creek gentle-
Lre Robblns was visiting In this vicinity
Farmers are beginning to make prep-
arations for their spring crop.
The people of tnis community met last
Sunday night anu organised a ringing
class, composed of the following of fleers:
R. M. Fowler, president; W. T. Harris,
vice-president: Webb, secretary, and
E. W. White White and Frank Wllllng-
Married, on December 25. Mr. J.
Dupy to Miss Ella Maggart. Miss Mag- I
gart -wns a Strip girl and John Is one of ;
our home boyw*>???ly they always be hap-
Hurrah for old Santa Ctaus, no one's
visit could have been appreciated more
than his was by everybody in this dis-
trict. Tho gifts from off tho tree were
rich and roro.
Master Clarence Wood Is out from King-
fisher vlrtTTiTti? The Kingfisher pupils get
two weeks vacation and by that time their
new school building will be ready for
Mr. Lon Pratt has returned from Kan-
sas. While there he purchased a fine
Hereford calf for which he paid one hun-
dred dollars.^ .
Mr. Bert Jones has returned home after
spending several weeks with relatives In
Guthrie and Stillwater.
Chicago, Jan. 11.—There was an excel-
lent demand today for cattle that were
well matured and prices were strong. Or
the other hand half fat cattle had to be
disposed of at prices unsatisfactory to
t'he seller and the bulk of offerings wore
only fairly good in quality. Fancv cat-
tle brought |5.80®6; medium $53M?$.10,
beef steers $3.90^4.75; bulls $2,505? 1.25;
cows and heifers $3.6004.10; Texas steers
$3.25^4.80; western fed steers $4.0005.60;
Trade was atrtlve for hogs wftli prlcc-s
stronger and to somo extent 2%05 cents
higtoer. Fair 'to chotee $3.7003.85; pack-
ing lots $3.5003.67^; mixed $3.5003.7?;
butchers $3.52^03.77; light 3.4503.75; pigs
There was a fairly active demand for
sheep but lambs were slower. Inferior
to primo sheep $3.5004.00; ewes $3.0003.25:
yearlings $4.0004.60; heavy lambs $4.5005.
Receipts—Cattle 13,000;hogs 33,000; sheep
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
Kansas City, Jan. 11.—Cattle—Receipts,
official, 5,860 natives; 800 Texans. Pack-
ers and shippers were active buyers: the
light supply quickly absorbed at steady
prices. Heavy natllves steers $5.1005.50;
medium $4.5005.10; light weights $4.30to$5;
stockers and feeders $3.25 to 4.25; butcher
oows and heifers $2.75 to $5.25; Texans
$3.50 to $4.75.
Hogs—Receipts, official, 15,115. Market
opened actlvo at 5 cents to 10 cents higher
Heavies $3.50 to 3.60: mixed $3.30 to 3.60;
lights $3.35 to 3.45; plfr* $3.00 to 3.25.
Sheep—Receipts official, 6,600. Supply
mostly fed westerns and not very good,
quality; desirable bunches steady; com-
mon grade 10 cents lower; lambs $1T5
to $5.10; muttons $3.50 to 4.00; feeding
lambs $3.00 to 3.65; feeding sheep $2.50 to
3.60; stecker* $2.0003.25.
New York, Jan. 11—Cotton quiet; mid
New Orleans, Jan. 11.—Cotton—Mid. 5
Miss Clara "Tvftchtegall is home during
vacation. Clara is 'teaching school six
miles east of Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Tllberry are visiting Mrs.
Tilberry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dupy.
Emery Edison is an agent for tho Teriff
washer To show the merit of the machine
to the people from Missouri, Emery goes
to their house and washes for them.
Several of tho farmers were plowing
during the nice weather last week.
A. A. Jones Is In Kingfisher on business
A dance was given at Mr. Davis' last
A New Year's watch was' held at Mr.
Mr. Jarred's brother has been down from
Kansas vlsftlng among various different
relatives'in the strip and at Oneida.
Mr. C. D. Nickel! has been fll.
N. F FRAZIER, President.
W. M. BRONSON, Secretary-Treasurer.
The Oklahoma Mortgage
and Trust Company.
For Sale By
<S ^_CAPITAL, $100,000.00
Oyiier A Fuh
Plenty of Money to Loan on Farms.
KJC Privilege to pay at any interest payment after one year,
kj* I owett rate9 on good farms.
Abstracts of Titles Compared
FIRE AND TORN ADO INSURANCE WRITTEN.
SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY
Office rear of
nnnk of Indian Territory.
From 11:30 to 2 p. m., dally except
Sunday, for 20c.
ill Harrison Ave. W RiTZHAUPT. Prop
Frenh Baltimore Oysters. Fish and Celery
We wish yon all a happy New Year and solicit
your patronage during the same.
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK OP
Blank Books, Etc.
FOR THE NEW YEAR.
F. B. LILLIE & CO.
DRUG, BOOK & NEWS DEPOT.
VICTOR BLOCK, - - GUTHRIE, OKLA.
Oklahoma Wheat Flonr,
Please don't forget when ordering Flour that....
Silver and Gold
Is what you want to call for, if it is the best you are afttr.
It is made from Oklahoma wheat by The Model Roller
Mills, of Guthrie, O. T., North Division Street,
Morris & Williams, Props.
P. 8.—Don't let anybody pan off foreign flour on you. Remem*
ber that we are Oklahomans.
Deafnc*M Cannot be Cured
By local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitution*^
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
nflamed condition of the mucous
lining1 of the ecustachian tube. When
this tube in inflamed you have a rum-
bling1 • ound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafners is
the result, and unl< ss the infflamation
can be taken out and this tube restor-
ed to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever ; nine cases
out of ten are caused by catarrh,
wh ch is nothing but an inflamed con-
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We wilt give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness, caused by
catarrh, that cannot be cured by
Ua'l's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo , O
ty Sold by druggists, 75c.
The Missouri, Kansas A Texas rail-
road company will s 11 low rate round
trip tickets on November 1st, lflth,
December Cth and 20th, with final
limit of return t > 21 days from date of
sale An excellent opportunity for
homeseekers, tourists and investors to
view for themselves the great re-
sources of the 6tate. For further in-
formation address, F. B. Drew, O. F,
AT, A.. Parsons Kss
To tvre a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
faiU to cure. 25c. The genuine Lss
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
Added ThiM Beaton.
Barber shop and ladies observation
car on tbe California L inited via San-
ta Fe Route; service finer than ever
To Whom it May Concern
■ I his petition to Nell
ait retail spirituous, vinous and malt liquors
as obfi -
the 13th clay of January, A. D.. lW e, said
petition will be granted.
R. emmrtt Stewart, County Clerk
Outh Okla., Dec. 30, i* k
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Stops headache and dropping into the
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REMEMBER, this advertisement
Interest to you who have friends restio*
In the tomb. It Is a homo establishment
shipping direct from the quarries marble^
and granite, and manufacturing In this
city. Foreign agents show you a large
0ne picture and ask you to sign a binding
order for a poor design and grade at dou-
ble price, covering their wages and ei- M
penses. Think of it I we will duplicate.
Hi. j of their work from 20 to SOper cent I
less. All the work done in the Guthrie
cemetery, some weighing upward of two
tons, was done by ui. Noil' e the nam*
cut on the banes.
LICENSED CITY SCAVENGER
All Work Promptly
Railroad Time Table**.
A. T. & N. F.
SOUTH, EAST AND WEST.
I Arrive | Leave | Arrive I Arrive
No. I Guthrie | Guthrie | K Otty | Chicago.
96 | B:40am I 6:40am I (1:00 pm9:43 am"
498 4:OJ pm 4.04 pm 8:50 am I 10:00 pm
422 8:20 am I Local Freight.
420 1 11:16 ami 1 Local Freight.
SOUTH, SOUTHEAST AND WEST.
| Arrive I Leav* |Airive | Arrive
I Guthrle | Guthrie | FtWorthJ_GalveVn
1:16 pm l 1?I6 pm I 9:°& pm I 9:06 am
11:16 pm ; 11:16 pm 8:06 am I 9.36 pm
I 9 00 am 1 Local Freight.
A. J. CORKINS, Agent.
V. 0 & 0.
St. Louis Local
Express, D'y ex.
7 60 a. m.
H 00 a in,
i> 24 a. m
29 'i, m.
12 :io d. m.
12 60 p. m
8 80 p. m
h 36 p. m
0 30 a.m.
9 10 am
6 16 p.m.
"6 30 p.~xn
6 36 a.m.
Tst Louis | Local,!
11 60 a. m
12 20 p in.
' io p. m.
3 10 p. in.
0 16 p. m.
tt 34 p. in
7 68 p. m.
8 06 p. m.
4 00 p.m,
For unv lurthtr Information addreas
J. F. HOLDEN. Traffic Mgr.,
South McAlester, I.
Via Wister—St. L. & 8. F. Ry.
St. L &8. V. Ry...Via Wister.
Leave St. Louis 8 15 pm J
Leave Ft. Smith 11 00 vm
Local Local St.Louis Ex
Lv Wister 2 00 pm 12 30 pm
Lv S. M'Ale8ter7 00 pm 7 00 am 4 10 pm
Lv Shawnee 1 26 pm 0 25 pm
Lv Okla City., y 50 am 8 15 pm
La El Reno 10 28 a m 9 15 pm
ry 12 05 pm
lly except Sunday.
JIbIchs la 2 minutes. Stops
Invaluable In female troubh
vents look-Jaw Iroin wounds.
infallible in Asthma, Croup, Bron>
1 chitis, Pleurisy. Pneumonia, Dyspepsia,
Rheumatism, Typhoid and Scarlet
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Greatest relief in Consumption ever dis-
s and Bums like magic, i'ro-
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It. Healing Power Is Almost Miraculous. The Best Family Medicine I. Exlstewe.
60 Cent Bottle contains 100 Doses, or T«o Weeks Treatment for Catarrb.
Bt.OO BOTTLE EQUALS THREE BOo. BOTTLES.
Brazilian Balm cored me of Inveterate catarrh which I had for owr ao years.
It is the most wonderful triumph of medical science."—Gen. J. Parke fbstles "In
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afflicted with asthma that during the winter for seventeen years she was unable to
sleep lying down, was entirely and permanently cured with Brazilian Balm.
B. F. JXCM80N1 CO., Indianapolis. Ind
For Bale by WALLACE & MULJ.KR
Uuthrle lodge No. 1, a. o. U. w., meet
Thursday evening of each week at 7:80 In
Victor block, corner First and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen always welcome.
F. B. SARBER, M. W.
C. J. TPOHY, Recorder.
Guthrie Ltdge No. 2, K. of P. meets ev- ^
ery Mondav at 7 30 In their nail in the Vic- }
tor block Co* nvr First and Harrison. Visit-
ing Knights are always welcome
J FOUCART, o. a
C. A DYERS. M. of F. and K ot It S
Guthrie Lodge No. 2, I. O. O. F. meets
Monday nigbt of eaon week at 7 so, Visiting 4
Odd Fellows always welcome ^
Oklahoma Encampment No. I, I. O. O. F.,
meeie every Tue day evening In Odd Fel-
lows hall at 7 30. All visiting patriarchs
welcome. F RITTERBI SCH.C. P.
H. L. S'l ROUGH, Scribe.
Hartrauft Post No. 3, G. A. R., meets on
Qrst and third Saturdays in each month at
7:30p.m. in probate court room Visiting,
comrades always welcome. v
. . J. C. FOSTER, P. O. -
M. L. MOCK, Adjutnant
Guthrie Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday night in the K
of P. hall, visiting Woodmen are welcome
J. B. TOWERS, Clerk.
WM. GREGORY. Con. Com.
Guthrie Lodge No. 2, A. F. ti A M. Reg
ular meeting third Tuesday evening In each
month at 8 o clork. All brethren cordially
invited to attend.
H. F ARDERY, Sec,
* .T rOTTWl NS. W. M.
1 O. K. M. meets every Tuesday
^ of P hall Visiting chiefs alw;
M. B. CHERRY. Chief
Naomi Hebekah Lodge, No
meets every Friday evening
Odd Fellows'8 hal'in the W«'n _
Ing. Visitors welcome ALLIE HIGH, NU
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Oklahoma Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1899, newspaper, January 12, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc121408/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.