The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 07, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, May 8, 1896 Page: 1 of 8
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Cleveland is the Manner
Count)/ of Oklahoma.
Bd. P. Ingle Eoitok and PkoI'Metoh.
.Yorman is the Athens
A LlYX RRPIBL1CAX XEVSPAFKR-DKYOTKl) TO TUK BUST IXTKRKSTS OF XOMMAJt AXD SOITHKR.Y OKLAHOMA.
NCWMAN'OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, FRIDAY, MAY 8,18%.
Rate*• \ 5M,'",cr,Pl*•" |1.W Per Annum.
' I Advertikln^. made known on Application
Preaching at II a. m. and 8 p. n . Sunday
School ht 9.30 a. m. innior Endeavor 3;0T p.
m. Senior Bud-a or. 5.80 to tt:80 p. m. Mid |
w«*k praver meeting: Wednes lay at 8 p. m. j
If von are not worshiping eUevvh r*\ we
* ill l>e pleated toh-tve you attend services at
he Chrisiiau church. H. W. Powehs. ,
Puit or t I
mkt HOD 181 EPISCOPAL
Church corner of Gray street
ter Ave. Services every Sunday
Morning services ••
Class meeting ammediately after
W. D. Kkahl Supt.
Prayer Meeting W«l. Evening
...11 a. m
TIMK TABI/E-A. T. S. F.
• i going south
i Texas Express, No. 405
7:30 p. m. p„roen •• No. 407
10 a. m. | Accommodation No. 428
■ ik ."... - - ^ P* ,n Chicago Express No. 400
Rev. J. A. PbhgUSOM. Pastor. j Mo.River ' No. 408
" , Accommodation No. 420
Methodist Episcopal (South.)
Church corner of Peters A ve. andTonhawa
street. Services every Sunday.
Morning Services - ' '
Evening Services a. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening 8:15 P^m.
^ Rkv. H. J. Bmown Pastor.
. 12:T6 a. m
.. 2:1H p. m
. 5:18 p. m
. 4:03 a m
. 15:17 p. m
. 7 :55 a. m
Service 11 a t
406 carries through Pullman Sleepers and
chair ears arriving at Wichita 10:45 a. m.
K nisiis City 5 50 p m. Chicago 9 43 a. in.
following day making c'ose c itnections at
Win ti Id and Wichita with Frisco R. R. for
408 carries through Chuir Cars and ^till-
man sleeper from Arkansas City arriving
10 35 p. m Kansa-_City 0 50 a. m.
Senior End. 7 p m
Kveniiiir service 7:jJ0 We^^j;'"lPp'lV,?rrBj er | mike'i* oloie'TOVni r«oVHUt Wlrh'itii with lli«
8. E. HENRY. Pastor
St. John's Episcopal Churc h
Sunday School every Sunday at 8:'i0. ....... . .....
H«>irnlar services every 1st anil 3rd Sunday i Galveston 9 30 p. m. same day
of each month at 7;30 p. m . A. V. Francis.
Frisco R. K arriving at *t. Louis at li :W p in.
— I following day,
405 carries through Pullman sleep- rs a d
I Chair Cars arriving Ft Worth 810 a. m
Church on Tonhawa street between Craw-
ford and Porter Ave. Services on 2d and 3d
Sundays of each month. r, . f
Rev. Father Bqrhkmans 1 rlest.
J. H Burford, )
John C. McAtee)
K. D. Nix
H. Maxoy of *T 1 wuim seh^* J^ LDIHo. «f
S ,^ou.'of'Enw'V/'.T <'.f Oid,.
hotnii City. Wheeler. Clerk.
. Associate Justices
U. S. Marshal.
407 carries through Chair Cars arriving at
Galveston 9 25 a. m. following day.
Tickets sold to all points in the United
States and Baggage Checked to destination
for further information call on or address.
R. J. Morgan. Agt. Santa Fe Route.
Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf R. R.
TI eshortest line from and to points in the
Indian and Oklahoma Territories.
Through tickets sold at short line rates
to all points.
\\ UT BOUN .
CLEVELAND COUNTY DIRECTORY.
< i Wilkius County Judge.
n w V. , Treasurer.
Robt. Aniol Clerk
•. K. Wynne Sheriff
h-j Heww°ck ;::::::.Attor «:
J, "r Rps-'. of Deeds.
I' Peterson :::: Superintendent.
J. vi Corn Surveyor.
W. H. Blackwell 2nd .
J. W. * tow 1st. 3rd. Chairman
J. M. Barker 1st
Norman City Directory
p. L. Larih
C. P. Wo dward
E. E. Hennessey •
l>. L. Larsh Mayor 3rd >>
H. VV. Stubheman 2nd
A. E. Co email 4th
A. C. Noble5th
F. L. Mac key 1st
M. T . J. Capshaw 6th.
i . -i. i awsiiuw uin • --j , .
Meets each Alternate Monday night.
J. 1). Grigsby
9 j 45
11 a 81
a m 4 05
A R I750 5 10
li, A. li, Ho2 m
Hereafter Albert Carter Post. No. •>. • a H jH
R will m et on the 1st a.id 3rd Saturday at s 41
2 i>. in . and 2nd and 4th Wwlnesday evening s ^
at 7:80 p. m. All members of the ti. a. iv. i o «<i
are cordially invited to attend.
. .City Marshal.
~ 7:10 a
3 •;« /
7 10 I
7 18 J
77. 1.. 3 s. f.i
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. Kort Worth
. W ister.
K,.«l Oak .
2 :< 4
Whit ( hiinnev
Sand Pit Spur
. Holdenvi le .
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.< hoctaw (' ty
Y ukon —
El Reno Junc'n
1. .Fort Reno.
Some Facts of Interest Gleaned From
All Parts of Oklahoma.
Earlboro has the mumps.
Knid had a jail breaking last week.
Hennessey's public schools close this
"G" county claims a population of
Kildare is figuring for a big grail1
'I'lla Purcell, I. T., Enquirer has
McLoud now has a rewspapcr the
Reporter, by Henry R, McGill.
Guthrie claims the finest church
structure in Oklahoma, a new ltnptist
Next week will be Enid's opportun-
ity to show what it can do by way of
The members of the order of Red Men
are preparing to have a good time at
Oklahoma City next Tuesday niglit.
The farmers of Canadian county have
called a meeting to organize a farmers'
institute at El Reno on (late of May 22d.
The rumor is that the Denison and
Northern railway is to be pushed to
completion through the Indian Territory
Shawnee people now feci confident
that the Choctaw shops will be located
there. Work upon them was to have
been commenced May 1st.
Western Oklahoma has the edge on
the balance of the Territory this spring
in the way of good crops. Good rains
have fallen from Kingfisher westward.
Cleveland Bee: A couple of Osage
ladies have been in town this week un-
der medical treatment. The Indians
will stick to their medicine man until
they get pretty sick, then they will
hustle off fora pale face doctor.
Times-Journal: An old lady by the
name of Adams, livingtwo miles east of
Edmond was drowned in a spring near
her house last Thursday morning. She
A D1HTION A I. I .OCA I..
Citizens' Bank Election.
The annual meeting of the Citizens
Bank of Norman was held on Tuesday,
May 5th resulting in the election of the
— New hay is on the market in Okla
—Kib H. Warren spent last Sunday following named gentlemen as officers:
in Tecumseh. I). W. Marquart, President; S. B.Owens
—Mis. S. C. Powell has gone on a Vice-president; A. C. Maher, Cashier;
visit to Ft. Worth, Texas. E. F. Taylor, Assistant Cashier
—Mrs. G. W. Henderson, of Pauls The following comprise the new board
Valley, I. T., visited friends here last of Directors: I). W. Marquart, 8, It.
Monday. Owens, J. T. Phelps, B. F. Hughes, E.
— K. W. llawes was among the crowd F. Taylor, W. J. Kelley, J. W. Hocker,
up from tho lower end of the county, A. C. Maher and A. Kingkade.
The new officers and the board of
directors are gentlemen well known
here and there selection will be agree-
able to their many friends and the
bank, The instutlon is one that is
steadily increasing in popularity and
and volume of business and that it will
continue to do now it is so well equip-
Captain 1 liomas was up from Noble 110 one for a doubts.
Monday enroute on a trip to the nortli j
—There has been a slight change in
the time of the night trains on the
—Clarence Williams left here Wed-
nesday on a trip to Fort Sill, in the
end of the county.
—Hon. Selwynn Douglas, of Oklaho-
ma City, attended District court here
—Rev. J. P. Lane returned to Sher-
man Tuesday night after a visit here of
several days duration.
—The iiremen are making prep-
arations to entertain in splendid man-
ner the visiting Iiremen.
—Now that the city election is over
the county campaign will engross the
time of the local politicians.
Do A Share. ✓
The card is ours and it is in our
hands. The Territory has placed Its
university witli us. Those local con
ditions which will make its stay per-
manent in our hands are at our disposal
until a series of vears shall have spread
its alumni to tlie four quarters of this
commonwealth, making possible a judg-
ment coining from its works, this college
must be criticised or praised according
to an estimate made by those visiting
commencement occasions. So here is
an opportunity for Norman to advance
. ode No. 5, A.F. A. M. Trains 7. 9. 10. ft and 12 carry passengers,
meets every first and third Monday Train S will carry passenKers between .slum
H All Muster Masons nee ami south McAlester.
' i w f"heh w. m. Trains 1 and i Pawenger Daily,
|| Black.mon. Sec'y j Trains 7.8,9 and 10. l^ocal Freight, Daily
| Trains 11 and 12, Mixed. Daily except Sun-
Norman Lodge No. . K
of P. meets Friday night | n m a.T.AS.K. am
1 no ..... Purcell . 40
514- ...Ardmore . 12 42
5 22 .Gainesville 1100 p w
of each week. <. astle Hu
xr> in Hilllnm building. All !
^-.C^visitiinr brothers cordial-
' ly invited, _ ,,
j. H. scott.« .<
Thoh Clements, h.ofK.
—Judge Scott, so tlie Times-Journal J lier own interests by aiding the univer-
says, will hold a half-day's session of slty in its reception of commencement
cou't at Oklahoma City next Monday. ' visitors. Everyone whose house will
—Some of our people are wondering j permit owes it to the Territory and Ihe
If this windy weather is not caused by : town that a guest be invited and enter-
the Lexington-Tecumseh "Air Line." i talned. Should the proposition be con-
—This has been a busy week in town sll"'red «ven on tlie low of li,,!,nce'
owing to the number of strangers
brought here throught the session of
— Tin Dick Sutton Company played
to a poor house last Saturday evening
but the performance was very fair and
the music good.
—Fishing parties are becoming num-
erous and they do say that if the tlsh : f"r f™'" twl'nty hogs per season,
fall to bite, the mosquitoes make up for ; ^here is no cheaper or better way of
I producing pork than to allow growing
lo]kg I pigs to run In a lield of alfalfa. At a
.... . _ lanoiitn. i , ., ^.. . conservative estimate ten pigs will
water and not returning, her daughter ma()e a lr p to the residence of Mr. and
, , , ,i . i , gain 1(0 pounds each during the season
went to the spring and found that she I v]r. IC'rrow, in the Chickasaw ! fc ' ,
I ■! >Ki \I*i,' i r% iiiiilii.r ti n 11 1 Hill
it is a good one. Parents iiope to send
their children to the "right kind of a
town." Meet them at the depot and
convince them Norman is the "right
kind of a town."
Alfalfa for Hogs.
One acre of a Hal fa will furnish forage
it in their activity.
had gone to the spring after a bucket of merry party of our young
am 0 04.
a m 11 10.
p in 0 25
a in 8 80
10 .10 p m
isi p III
Norman Lodge I. O. <j. ■
No meets each
Thursday night. Visiting p m
brotherscordittlly invited, | a m 1- IS
Thoh Fohtkh, N. G.
LC, R. I. A P.]
K msas City
9 29 a m
I 32 a m
8 40 p m
MahvIN MtT.lwh. Sec.
f.LLARD, Dentist. Office:—
, Blake A Elledge Block.
c> \j. BOT8FOKD,
ATTORNEY - AT - T AW.
Notary Pulillo in oltice, Ferguson B1 d.
j For rates and other information apply to
| Hsnhy Wood , J. F. Hoi.den.
Geu'l Manager. Traffic Manager.
S. McAlester. 1, T,
O. M. Ellswohth, Agent.
CALVIN W. BREWER,
Attohn EV-AT-LAW ,
OlUce Over Citizens Bank.
R. I> f\ISIGGBR
~ —OPPOSITE POST OFFICE—:—
We will give you an easy
shave, and nice liair cut.
Going to California Stop Off At
Las Vegas Hot Springs and Grand Can-
on of the Colorado Kiver.
The first named is a most delightful re-
sort in the liocky Mountains of New
Mexico, with mineral waters, hot baths
invigorating climate and varied scenery.
After June 20, the splendid Montezuma (tJ.ellt|v frig-htened, she sprung up and,
A CASE OF TELEPATHY.
The Old Lady Appeared in a Vision at
the Time of Her Death.
A gentleman took a house in Ireland
for six months, ami was accompanied
thither by his wife anil daughters, says
the Rental. The house was furnished,
and had plenty of bedrooms. There-
fore, it was decided uot to use a certain
large, long room, with cupboards along
one side (which had all been locked and
sealed up with tape), in which things
belonging to the owners of the house
had been put away. One evening one
of the daughters, going up to her room,
saw an old lady wrapped in a shawl
walking along the passage in front of
her. The old lady appealed to know
her way and hurried on w ithout hesi-
tation into the unused room. The girl
called her sister, and they followed
the dtune into the room. Hut all was
silent; no one was there: the dust lying
about show ed 110 signs of footprints.
Shortly after the same young lady-
was reading 011 the hearthrug by fire-
light. Looking up, she beheld the old
lady in the doorway watching 1
had fallen in and was dead.
The corner stone of Kingfisher col-
lege was laid Saturday of last week with
impressive ceremonies in the presence
of over 100 delegates, in attendance up-
on the meeting of the Congregational
Association of Oklahoma, and 1,000
other people. This college was opened
last September under the auspices of
the Congregational denomination, and
has an attendance in its academic and
collegiate classes of about seventy stu-
dents. It is occupying temporary
quarters, but broke ground for the new
building in February. It will be the
ij' mominational college of the Congre-
gationalists in this territory.
For the week ending Monday, May
4th. The weather conditions during
the week have generally been unfavor-
able to the growing crops, and with the
exception of corn, which shows a fair
week's growth, crops have made but
little advancement. Wheat and oats
have been at a standstill or less promis-
ing than a week ago. throughout the
central section (comprising Oklahoma,
Lincoln and Pottawatomie counties,)
nation Friday night of last week.
—The demand for city water is great-
er just now than at any previous time
in the history of the town The big
well is holding out In good shape.
The annual convention of the Chris-
tian Church of Oklahoma and Indian
Territories will be in session at Oklaho-
ma City Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day this week.
—The farmers complain that there is
great diffic ulty in getting a good stand
of plants in the cotton fields this spring.
Many have already planted twice and
are preparing lor a third trial.
Governor Renfrow came down from
Guthrie Monday and cast his ballot at
the city election here. Though spend-
ing most of his time at Guthrie, the
Governor still claims Norman as his
place of residence.
W. T. Walker of this city has been
offered a clcrksh'p in Washington, 1).
C., with a salary of $1,800 per annum,
lie informs the 'Transcript that it will
not be accepted by him, however. He
intends to make Norman his home.
Commissioner Barker was in town
Tuesday and had just returned from a
but from every section correspondents trjp so„ti, to the lower end of the coun-
report unfavorable conditions resulting (y H(J reportg a b(.d outlook for a crop
from drouth, high winds, chinch bugs j of gmall grain 80Uth of Norman on ac-
Hotel. refitted and under new manage-
ment, will luxuriously caYe for you.
The Grand Canon is reached by a half-
day's stage tide from railroad station at
Flagstaff, Arizona. The trip is comfort-
ably made at moderate cost. Everything
you have seen dwarfs in comparison with
this Titan of chasms. Niagara would be
swallowed up in it, and Pike's Peak ap-
pear insignificant if placed in the Can-
on's dark depths.
For illustrated books descriptive of
either place, inquire of nearest agent
Santa Fe Route, or address G. T. Nichol-
son, G. P. A. Monad nock Bidg, Chicago.
rushing downstairs, was found faint-
ing at the drawing-room door. At. last
the family returned to Dublin. One
day, when a friend was calling, the
curious incident which 1 have narrated
was referred to. The young lady very
in willingly told her experience. Tho
visitor r imed very much struck and
■ sked for an act urate deseiption of the
old lady. "For," said she, "that hou
belonged to two old ladies, sisters, and
when they left Iheir house they went ^great
to reside at Geneva. One of them, an-
swering exactly to the description you
have given, died at the time you saw
her appear." .... _ _
and cool nights. A very fair rain fell
on the 28th in portions of every section.
It was heaviest over Woods and Wood,
ward counties in the north, G county,
west, Greer county, south, portions of
Choctaw and Creek Nations in the east
This rain was succeeded by high south-
erly winds which soon absorbed sur-
face moisture leaving the ground in
very little better condition than before
The days have been clear and warm,
the mean temperature, 08.4 being 3.5
above normal. The niglits have been
unusually cool, unfavorable to young
cotton. Cultivating eorn and cotton
has been the principal work of the
week. Grass is fair and pastures good.
.Tas. I. Widmkyer, Director.
from May to September, and 1000
pounds of pork cannot be produced so
cheaply 011 any other feed. 'Ihe pig
will come out of the field in autumn in
capital condition to fatten with corn or
small' grain. The alfalfa in a hog
pasture could be mowed once or twice
during the summer, or whenever it be-
gins to get hard and woody. This will
provide plenty of young and tender
herbage, which is more nutritious,
weight for weight, than forage from the
older plants, and if the swine are
provided with this food in its most
nutritious condition, their growth will
be most rapid. They need to be pro-
vided with an abundance of fresh run-
ning water in the pastures.
The result of the city election of last
Monday is a victory for the Democrats,
a clean sweep being made by them of
every office. The election was one of
the hardest contests in the history of
the town the fight on the marshal and
treasurer, especially, being a haul one.
Every candidate was out and worked
and it is to be presumed that very
nearly a full vote was secured. The
following are the figures of the entire
Marshal. Frank Smith 1!, 113; Sam
Gordon D. 135; T. J. Overstreet P, 8G.
City Clerk; R. Pyles I), 185; C. C.
Williams R, 7!); Ince P, 57.
Treasurer; Bessent D, 200; Choate P,
count of dry weather and havoc
wrought by chinch bugs.
The Southern Division of the Santa '
Fe railroad has been unusually fortun- j
ate this spring in having no mishaps |
occur. Considering the large number j
of trains run over this road and the
amount of business done at this time of: ' 01 m,l(;' '' '
Constable, Daniels D, 108;
P, 63; Crawford R 75.
( MeCormick P, 22
Court in Session,
District court for Cleveland county
convened here last Monday, Judge
Scott presiding. So far this week the
work has been largely preparatory, a
few eases on the civil docket having
been tried. Next week's business will
probably be very large as a good deal re-
mains to be and but a brief time to do
Report of Convention,
Sunday School Association in Cleve-
land county was held In Norman May
the 1st. and '2nd. 18IIU
9:30 Convention opened with prayer
and praise service conducted by J. T.
Clark. President Lane being absent,
vice-president J. C. Wailes presided.
10:00 "What are we hero for?" Dis-
cussion opened by M, McCullough
followed by Hrnry Applegate, and I.
M. Little. Song.
10:30 The reports of the secretary,
treasurer and executive committee
were made, and approved.
11:00 "Our greatest need"—Open
11:30 Adjourned until 2 p.m.
2:00 Song service.
2:30 The duties of a vice-president by
J. C. Wailes, dlscused by I. M. Little
and Henry Applegate.
4:00 Dow can we get scholars to pre-
pare their lessons Rev. Ferguson,
4:45 "The way to make the Sunday
School a success.''— C. W. Brewer
Adjourned until 8 p. 111.
8:00 Song service. The president
appointed ,1. C. Wailes, W. 1). Kralil
and Rev. Henry committee 011 nomina-
The ci nvention was addressed by Dr
King on tlie subject "How to interest
the scholars in their lesson study."
"The way to make Sunday school
work more efficient." -By Fred Wen-
Closed with a song.
11:30 Prayer ana song service.
10:45 "The teachers aim" discussed
by W. N. Rice.
11:30 "The Sunday school as a spirit-
ual force."—Edwin De Barr.
11:55 The committee on nomination
made tho following report: For president
I. M. Little; secretary M. McCullough,
treasurer J. C. Wailes and lor execut-
ive coirmitte* Prof. Rice, C. W. Brewer
and A. Kingkade. Theabove names put
in nomination by the committee were
unanimously elected. The committee
011 resolutions recommended the adop-
tion of the following resolutions: In as
much as Bro J. P. Lane has moved
from our midst and located in other
fields of labor, Resolved, first that we,
the Sunday school workers of I'leve-
land county sincerely regret the loss of
such a devoted christian and energetic
Sunday school worker as Bro. Lane.
Resolved, second that the best wishes of
of this convention shall accompany him
to his new field of labor. Theabove
resolutions were adopted.
Adjourned to meet at 2 p. 111.
2:00 Convention opened with song
service and prayer.
Kred Wenner, 1. M. I.lttle and Dr.
King each delivered an address,
'Thomas Jackson was elected vice-
president of twp. 8-2 west.
The following delegates were enroll-
ed during the convention:
Highland school—S. P. Vicars and
T. Stout. White Mound school James
Wintin and T. Jackson and wife.
Noble school—J. G. 'Thompson, J. I..
Martin and Miss Nannie Martin. Pleas-
ant Hill school James A. King and J.
W. Sterns. Union Point school—Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. ( ark. Pleasant Valley
school—G. L. Lusk, W. J. Ilaswell and
Police Judge, Grlgsby D, 140; Perry
I Hullum D, 50.
IS. M. Moore R, 12.
I Fulkerson I), 20.
l D. L. Larsh R, 29.
1 W. T. Wallace D
—The Purcell sports have not
year, it is remarkable that more serious
accidents do not occur.
—The people living just northeast of j
Norman are more or less uneasy 011 ac-
count of a mad dog scare that really
may yet amount to more than a scare
as it is not yet known how many dogs
in tlie vicinity are affected. Early last j
Saturday morning as Mr. and Mrs. i
Lewis Renner were preparing to hitch j
up a team to come to town, estrange
dog came into the yard an I attacked
recovered from the drubbing given their dog. Mr. Renner was satisfied
them b^ the Normalises as evidenced by from the dog's actions that he was mad,
the following from the Register of last and after taking refuge in the barn he |
week: Norman is having difficulty in began shooting at the annitnal and
raising a base ball club this year. It soon had the satisfaction of killing it.
seems that the spoils were divided by lie afterwards killed bis own dog, Mr.
short division last season, the players Abbott on the neighboring farm, killed
coming out short, the managers long, three of his dogs that had been bitten, ^at.irauy, •* >'""' 'Z"','t' 7'rZn"
and the boyi are sore over tills and not Mr. W.N.Rice killed his dog, but the ' Park, in 11 • •
The dog of Mr. R. Hill ran off after being Everybody come and bring a well lined
eli- bitten and has not been found. It will basket. An excellent program will be
the be well for everyone to keep a close rendered, also the Norman-University
"league'club at Fort Worth this year so watch for it is not known how much Band will furnish music for the occasion
Norman isn't in it a little bit in the stock has been bitten in that neighbor- j W. D. Kraiu., ( . . tt "
base ball line. I Hood. ' Sup't. Secy.
Hartley D, 175; Williams McReynolds.
W. E. Baine and Edgar Hurry. Cum-
berland Presbyterian sehool Norman-
Mrs. W. J. Brown and W. W. Long.
Baptist school Norman Mrs. Warren.
1st. Presbyterian school S. E. Henry.
Moore Union school -Henry Applegate
and Miss Mabel Muire. Mt. Pleasant
school—W. C. Stephens and J. D.
Simpson. Christian school Norman
J. L. Freeman. Starr school—J. A.
Powell and wife, Mrs. Lettie Page,
Fannie Makepeace and Esther Make-
peace. White Mound school Cora
Hayes. M. E. school Norman Mrs.
Delia Allen, Mrs. E. F. Taylor and W.
I). Krahl. Denver sehool—Mr. Dyer.
The following vice-presidents report-
ed of the work done in their townships
Twp. 9-3w J.C. Wailes—twp. 9 2w T.
The First M. E. Church Sunday A joneg_twp. 9 lw Lawson Dyer
School, of this city extends an invita- ( g 2w j j[ Little. The reading of
tiontoallthe Sunday Schools of t'1is minutes w;is ilisptuseil with.
city, to unite with them in a picnic, on 1 pray,,r for God's Blessings on the
I J. A. Fox P, 7.
f A. E. Coleman 11,15.
: I W. W. Wingate I), 40.
. | L. L. Briggs D, 27.
5th. ward: ( Summerg p, ]5.
\ Scott R, 14.
1 Capshaw I), 28.
work during the coming year by Rev.
J A. Powell.
Closed by singing "God be with you
till we meet again."
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Ingle, E. P. The Norman Transcript. (Norman, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 07, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, May 8, 1896, newspaper, May 8, 1896; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc137306/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.