The Oklahoma Guide. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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THE OKLA. GUIDE
FlUilhhcd IWay26, 1I y Gcorjst N. Pcikins et
F.vp T i"b 1
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S. A- CLARK ...... EDITOR
y a. short.
TERMS OF SI INSCRIPTION
Six M "tiliin.
'$&■ The now Mr lie ire, which is enjuyinft su h
a wonderful siecess everywhere. If you are
sick and neeci a tcnic, \vr ins.-<t that you try
|S|' 3 bottle of TANL\C' —Ihi new meuicii.*
ihat has restored thousands ta HcuUIk
In Perfumes and Toilet Good* We carry The
rS niost Complete* lin in the City .t'nd solicit your
Why wear Corsets toe
m>l .short and flflisfittinf
IS? *(hert you can i;ave tin it
*W ,TKU'e to measure.
& All Corsets (iiiarentect
to fit or money back.
Prf.ce s from
LII LIES DRUG
206 '.Vest Oklahoma Ave.
.1 ;ertisinpr Rates made known on Appli?ntijn
i'!ntiered the Post Office at-Gut'irie Oklahoma a-,
§3 00 to §15 0(
Will fit them in your home
MRS- 0 R. SHORT
813 W. Perkins
We are head quarters for School Hooks
Stationary and Supplies
THURSDAY MARCH 1?, icj.
UOK'UUHl TWSIC j
Prof. 1). <;. Itortor
. W. Col-
. J M Watt .
U, E. Conrad
/. S Smith
*■ If. Cassius
W. L. Ilrevver
I ti Hoard ill' Kitiii'iilinii mill «4n:iii> of
l.ntliilc's Hist (om.ed l ilizcns Hun-
cjuolt'd I.:m Tiliifstlaj NKHt at
Finer High School.
<M*e don't know who was responsible
for it. but mi.' thin. ,.an ho said oT it—
i'« *<vatf n rather m'hMieant affair—i
tievelty in the extreme. it developed
■ne fact, that .'O-otitration in m.ti. its
'IIIect4ng so.i.il-ce.moinie conditions in
'tie affairs of lluthrie folks is an iai-
doi tnn<f issue.
II developed also, another faet, ; iat '
rflicieni sorvhi on the part of our '
'public sei vants, service that needs 110
bolstering . > make it stand upright,
'•an only be had of tuose wliose atu-j
lude toward public duties and re. ,m- '
siibil.iuj, iri'i..|<cciuo*e nil t or color1
lenders tiiein a >soiutety un: .asea and
An | still another fact obtrudes, at
♦his time we find ourselves facing an
other annual election. Bonds are if
Uto voted "on, two vacancies on the
hMiooI board to be tilled, teas ers to
be electe.i and ether minor manors t i
'he considered and acted upon, which
vhniitd .Maim our most serious .onsi 1
'W.i-h refrtfen'oo to the Bond issue,
two theories are advanceti an in-
'• reused levy"- "better schools and bet-
ter salaries/' argue those ot that the
<> ■ Waile on • .ie other hand, those
w.io have the taxes to pay and the
footing jf taese accounts, nold that,
they cannot stand lor a raise on their
taxaolc property at hi. time, because
of strenuous i oil...lions brought on by
tile i t ceili war.
\Mueh more might be said wilii n ,
eteiien the siKnilicauce of tin sixial
•itl.nt It w ;i Uv i .iueii.ii \lre..ni
Hroi. 1). C,. Horton. tba.-t master, an!
OVfatianie l>orrh..i Hfii Us hoc. laell-
t : i u the aitair with ia. e.
One long dule exicndln^ almost tiic
"Util e leufei fl Of the \r i 1 tool 11 Willi
'covers for ttiiiiv-;ive pn t n . \i one
eftd of this festal board wire seated
Supeiiirtendeni h ioiiKher, In ad oi tin
ci'ly :.h(.ols, J)r. .Mclvin. Mrs. Low-
UlLTj Mid Curl Kulrrtcu! Mr. Uriui1
nft'i son. rncmiiert- .i ii'ir . noanl.
At lli(. ( tlior t int \\i it s. .. «•;! I. c ia, -
'"ty u! Favor Utuli Sftio.ii i'roi 1)
'i tlorton. principal, urine.«1. I'm.
Btlison. sciencc (oa< iut. itc.. Ilanli-
niiUn niamiul training tra.lior, Prnt
iSt'alos, and attornov (.;>>■ . CaVry.
•ai-piinctpal. Uetwi in : iesi' t^o i\
trl oiis a num . or o. Gutbrii s leadinn
"itizi'iis uci'c Handwii'iied and irii-d ;
'til quite at honu -viz: Kr\ Himn,
i' ra'.iktin, iKcv. (' ... Hon
'!'• Williams, A. !•;. Wiliaui.,. m.
< ass.us. I(. v Slan t, Mr. Z, Smiih. \\ .
\1.' PoudH.'yn, 10 v. Snialhv oo i Vu* \
I'. Portor, l.aiw>cr (iarrati. Kd Wis.-,
...We, I- . '. 1 \|.| ■ HIS and Pn
--•ill of thr u rexnidlci.s of oolnr.
urn very iluin*ly responded, ,
Kut'.il .ug in javor Ai an Increased levy. !
Mi Hnice wa.s asked to resjiond to'
! •' toast, Our llo,ne Keouowie I
•r:,U!'1 stated that he I
k,u'w ttbout ti.,. Hubjtct. But he
•'id know what good .ookinK was,
>1|-S. U.-.ther was asked respond '(,>
a tbait; "How «be managed to control
a Board. Mr*. Lowtber dUcflatmed
' ids.ioetion. She spoke on better
rai'ilities for Guthrie schools
She thought that the Excise Uoar I
cdnld i. ive moved to remedy much of
tlie ' uisq for poor salaries and other
"iiditions in our s< ii,,ol affairs
bere in the city.
Or Mclvin, Attorney tiarratt, llev
' assius, Itev. Franklin, each madi
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Common Sense Legal Decision.
A recent KnglisJi decision holds thr.
In.view of the known propensity o
young, unbroken colts when startled t-
ySlf.' rus^1 ulxmt und to kick, it is negligent'.
- o com uct such a colt along the high
>vay at night by leadirg a mare whicl
. ' - wap accustomed to follow, withou
ii Ji opeurlng' it in any way sw as to rendei
owner liable wnere the colt, belnr
.artled by tfcc light on a bicycle com
uig irom the opposite direction, sud
pVP'y across tlie road and collided
V/itii and injured the cyclist.
Gold in History.
Gold wnn known from the enrlle
historic times, aud is uientioaed in i
eleventh vefsc of the second chapt
of (ienesis. At first It was chiefly ust
for ornaments. The trade of the go
smith is mentioned In the fourth vei
of the S' writtenth chapter of Ju li;.
in connection with the overlaying
idols w;t|l ^,'old le.tf.
Door Comparatively Modern
T>im In-.cnted the door no' „„
'?■ ,m Invention ,
'.Miutlvi'l.v modern tliIlUS AM
bouses even the hou^s co,
'? i* dtH.nvays, lind no doors. f-,i
! ,('s Skins of' nninmls were 1, ,
~^oorvvays to keep 0J' X
ST. MARK DI
,fev- s- A. nark
"iss K- M- Hetjwood
■ iss Kva Stowpi^ r^j.
t* C ''hillip.0j 'j j
Hev C. E. Smith, sta
Kev Wm ,/ordan
C. B. Sneed
Officers of the Wc
'rs S A. Anderson, fr
! If the hont iujle exci
si pa rate sc.'ioois thc.i part, or ti
part of the common or public school
lund, thev have been mistreating the
pa'irons, discriminating a-ainst the
fie!iools and locking the wor'1* ooarj
of education in iheir effort lo make tiie
Separate S.'Luols what tne tin v should
be. i lie Guide hopes that such is not
the case- jut lr it i.s, and it looks very
much like it is. it is wrons. We are I
not compn aiisingmu.- shrdl cm fcfii
n't coa ilainiiig, but whv not allow I
, 'be board enough money to make such I
I i:i iirovi inent ■ a.< n,.. . , , ti, p, need- j
\ .... , i pa
of the public sohrx/l system of Okla-'
bonia, and o. Logan i ountv? if not
why not The Hoard of lOdma'tion
,'s 'be people's servants, i' is
j working fiv tb, pc..pie—and thr iieo-
i pic should see that thev > uid have
everything Kiev ne,«,. . u , , fully
at /omplish the wo: k lo whit i 'in-y
have been assigned. If there is any-
thing wrong it should b, rigis. d. and
the people are ti,,, onis to ri.;' it.
Some one who knows how should look
, into tlii- matter, and "do it now" too.
Piles Cured In 6 to H Pays
ririinfil: 11 refuntl innncy if PAZO (: ", : s;:.NT fails
to cure itfhinjj. ntiud, Bleedi'i^ or Protrudini! ri'rs
In>jmil Iy relieves Itching Pi;. -, and you - is.-t
rvfii'l tit'-ep pftor the inoii'- r. " i;n •
•'bat itanqoPt at Futoi ,
Thundav night. Vlanh Cib. w; in-:
dc< ,i a w, planned - .
carried brt in ^rand s
those who were 'invited respond' !
slieiwcd that the leaders of tin calered ,
people of Gi hrie have begun to think 1
and act together. Print pal Hort.m •
We carry a. full
line of Wubators
Gl lr R.'.f
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic
destroys tlw malarial germs which are tranimittr
.0 the hlood l > ti**. Matariu M^uito. P^ice title
Kfngblrd a Hard Ptghter.
Some country folk call the klngbtrr
'lie bee martin, because he occasional
ly Iti his inseet-cntclHng life simps ut
n bee. The kingbird loves the orchard
There, vv idle Ms mote Is covering tin
egg«, he takes to a tree top to lool
over the landscape rind the skyscape
When a luuvk .or a crow comos In sight
the I:lng1iird Is off for n battle in
which he does all the lighting. Occa-
sionally. lie takes n ride' on the ene-
my's' bad; for a yard or so, peeking Ids
hardest to make his victim e.v eed tin-
MO- H2 Easst OklaLotpr, A-e.
Fnoera' Directors ..rfd Embalmbrs Prompt & Catcfi.l
"PICTURLS TO h'XCHAXGi:.
, i h we made it a rule for a
Rood many years to get the pic-
■J lines <ji i >v friends and church
- ' work. it., j want to accumulate
, a la.-e nuiHl.'fr, as many as five
<>'• ten hundred. I will' furnish
.vim a srood nice size picture up-
; on the receipt of yours, or,if you j
i will notify me i will send niine '
f<EV. WALTON BROWN,
•'Kin E. Perkins Ave.,
Attention !^;vcn to all v.c k
N y \ i } one 0/
to tile :.!(
t ,i that the v
-k a signed !
. ! ,l
fable toge'her. As the
he sehoel bear I an ! the <
111 s h<'d s ] 'eakers t<;I • |
li oi heir present fee
future h« p . OuV hea
e to ejoi e t a c qui
' here can be no • erious ;
ih sunde; *M'lints o '
LIBERTY HEALTH fc AtGl'itNl
■ 105i N> D"7sixj S-j
a ''li ot
> i lit
\\ ait i t
i;h •• and s. r. a !-
•oU. imi I taiicu to oil you aaoa..
another tauie- -and separate and di.s-
tiiVvt table with ti v. <over
\Vi .girt, Dr. conrad, Dr.
nr. Ancle. Mm and i e Kditor.
was signilicant. Weil, Wl tried hard
Lo contain oursciv. - \s.i mi a t akui
it iwas an awful jar. As usual Mi>
Hurks'kept a smile on her lace all tin
waide that absolutely would not come
Ut can be aid o Mr. Klou.jher, In
o.-aijve and settled conv; .uiis < n
'tis and the v ~ui« « uu.> and respon-
sibility to .i\it arii mhuols. He
* tfeih a i i , i 4nI i . ■ t ia In. , .: jii. ( i.
"I- r-.cst !i,,f rt'r^! n.p!
V-'Ve^'ts i V. p
Iho.u ois c. -oi''paT icr
P* \ - e ' f <
l>l eju iit <
•cs? arrie E Foster,
' ' Neison Cor. si..
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' Julia William, i-,
■ifs Eva Stowers, Si^
boa an MEMpfj
rs. Carrie, Calhoun I
M 's. M. L. Muse
M|'s F. S. MayS
OFPICKRS OF THJ
Rev, E. Smith, j|-
0 W. Davis vig
■'iss Katie M Uesfwooc
ss Eve Stowers Cor
D- C. Phillips
>'ev ly D Anderson I
Rev. J M Musq
Officers of The B Y
Uev J E f'.dvvard, preside]
Jessie Bryant vice pr
Miss Carrie Fpster tyc it
Mrs Otha Bryant. Cor se«
D ^towers, Treas
Mrs. ^'nitie Moore,
BOARD MEM BE;®
Rosie Gas kill
Mftle n^n, e^ed five, talkinf
brother in the cradle said: "ti
little t^Ing, you hn.siO got uo (
only inununa, and .s!^ Works so
SMI FH'S TAILOR SHOP
a; La, '
t a h
P'irr Insurance la said to have ori>f«
rated e.ftrr tho great ftie of London
Strength of Man and Hcr«e,
The strength of five meu U
to thii-t ci onv hoibi.
World's Oldest Ohservatory.
P^kiu has 11 «• oldest astronomlccl
obaervntory in the world. It was es-
tablished in Il'70, und it contains sev-
eral instrument- which were plneod
there upon iu «,; enlng.
Suits made to Order
Z S SMITH
Cleaning and Dyinr
125 S 'bd
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Clark, S. A. The Oklahoma Guide. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1919, newspaper, March 13, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc155526/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.