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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1S9.
Biliousness
U caused by torpid liter which prevents dlgts-
tlon and permits food to fermeut and puttlly In
the Momneh. Then follow dlKlncss headache
Hood's
lnoinina ncrvoutneM and
It not relieved bilious fever Wto I I tf
or blood polionlng Hood's 1 III 2
rills Mlmulato the stomitcb
rouse tho liver rnre hcailiclio dirtiness eon
sllpntion etc cents Sold by all drucgiMi.
The only 1'IUs to tako with Hood's sarssparllls.
President McCrkdik
ball bearing smile.
now wears a
The fellows who took t fall out of
President McCredle didn't And much
opposition.
Since Oen. Eagaa has come to him-
self ho ought to be allowed to revise
and embalm his testimony.
EaAN's bllllon-SKate is calculated to
niaVe thinking people believe that
Miles knew what he wa talking
about.
Theiie should bo no dlQlculty In lo-
cating the Rrip microbe. Judg-in by
results it Is the largest animal on
earth
whether such Jurisdiction conferred
upon them by the statute would be
attended with the best results. Speak
11 g a layman The Lkadku is of the
opinion that the subject of appeals di-
rect to the supreme court might be
carefully examined before it is enact
ed into law.
GEN EUAN
Will
bo Coart Martlnled
Ronfitlng Miles.
for
Ik Dewey does not need all of that
40000 pounds of soap Rome of it should
be used on the vocal apparatus of the
commlisary general.
The death of Policeman Bishop
will be deplored by all lovers of law
and order Bishop was a painstaking
and efficient officer
IIktoiie concentrating all our ener-
gies upon the task of carrying emula-
tion and enlightenment into the Phil-
ippines we might take a day off and
do something for the benighted hea-
then of New York who still permit
prize fighting.
IIkfobr the imperialists set aside
the words of Senator Hoar and ex-Senator
Edmunds men who have spent
their years in tho service of tho na-
tion they should turn to Proverbs IS
ICE and read; "The way of a fool is
right In his own eyes but he that
harkencth unto counsel is wise."
That'h a pretty heavy crasher on
the payment of $3481.00 out of the
school land funds to the attorney gen-
eral In the face of the statement of
Secretary Fllson that " no suits have
been instituted or costs incurred in
the past eighteen months" for the
collection of these monoys on which
10 per cent is paid to the attorney
general.
A FAIWICAI. ISrESTiaATWX.
IuBtead of dwindling army scandals
arc growing and new fuel is added to
the llogering embers whenever thero
is hope that the last has been heard of
them This very undesirable state of
affairs Is mainly due to the fact that
thoBe Interested in an honest fair and
Impartial Investigation are unable to
obtiln It n account of the determined
opposition of the war secretary. If it
is left to his decision no Investigation
will result from the latest scandal and
everything will be smothered. Secre
tary Alger cannot afford to have the
doinRB of his office exposed to the
searchlight of an impartial public in
vestigation. Ever since his return from
Porto Rico some four inontha ago
Qen. Miles has tried in vain to have
cuch an investigation set on foot. He
was balked in hisndcavor by the war
office and no court of Inquiry has been
Instituted to this day. The war Bean-
dal commission is not investigating;
It was not called for that purpose and
It Is powerless to mako a thorough iu
vcstigallou oven weiu it inclined bo to
do. It Is not so Inclined it knows
better Congress has been prevailed
upon so far to desist from an official
Inquiry and on the plea that tho timo
was too short to make a thorough in.
vestlgatlon it Is making none at all
There must be something rotten in the
war office when tho administration is
forced to resort to such means to cover
it no.
Washington Jan 17 President Me-
Kmley announced beforo tho cabinet nt
Its regular meeting that he had deter-
mined to court martini General Kngan.
Contrarj to tho gonoril expectation
no announcement of tho personnel of tho
Eag-an court martial was mado nt tho
war department up to tho close of buil-
nets Mils nftornoon. Adjutant a en oral
Corbln at the Inst tnomont In reply to
a question mid that he had nothing
fhte.Ytr to make pubMc touching the
KagAn eaaw
Secretary Algor Mas absent from tha
war departrr.ent all afternoon nnd just
beforo tho close telegraphed that Ike
woiird not return to bis office. Ho pont
tho morning at tho White Housn and
loftvlng thero Just beforo tho enblnot con.
vened went to hi" house with Adjutant
Ocnral Corbln and tomei-ieO there. It wan
supposed that ho was probably arrang-
ing ftomo of tho detail of tho court but
this -was only tv guess. Tho srerotary Is
going to New York nt midnight so thnt
unices ho acts upon this matter beforo
his departure thero may bo delay until
hi return
The fact that secretary Alger was not
present at tho cabinet meeting today
w velzed at onco ns a sign of treublo
In the cabinet and soon tho usual rumor
of dlpnensloim and nn Intontlon on tho
part of tho war necrotary to roslgn was
afloat Thcr was no foundation for theso
and Seerotarv Alger's colleagues prompt-
ly and emphatically denied them as soon
nn their attention nan drawn to them
CALL
FOR A STATEHOOD
CONVENTION
GOOD ROADS
ALWAYS LEAD TO
A PROSPEROUS TOWN
AND FKOM 11IR 1IOMEB OF
PROSPEROUS FARMERS.
HE WAS IKL'U11.YI).
Sir.
McKinley after using Fllzbugb
Lee's name to increase the admlnls
tration'a popularity in the south hai
shelved that matchless soldier and
statesman in tho interest of some o)
bis cuckoo generals. But then Fltz's
sympathies cannot go with a part
which is attempting to strangle a free
government in the Interests of the
allied trusts.
At a meeting of the Ohio wool grow-
ers at Columbus Ohio last week the
assistant secretary of agriculture said:
"To give prosperity to wool growers
there are three great needs: I Such
increased protective tariff on wool
and other fibres and on sheep and
pelts as will soon givq to American
flock owners the whole American
market admitting no imports of wool
or woolan manufactures." Tho sheep
growers of America comprise less than
one-twentieth of the population yet
they have the nerve to demand that
all the other people be forced by law
to buy from them.
RlMKTALLiail U HOW J SO.
In a speech at Denver on the ICtb
SuBt. Col. J. W. Jlryan speaking of
bimetallism declared that the great
cause still lives ecaute said he It
mbodles the hopes the aspirations
and the belief of our people. The
firmer the creator of our wealth
knows that that the gold standard
lowers prices without raising money
and If the gold standard should once
be established It may be . set down
that the date of bankruptcy is not far
off That to restore bimetallism Is to
restore the parity between money and
property. Closing Col. Bryan said
" If oar cause is just and I believe it
is its triumph is sure. Truth cannot
be crushed to earth The hour of
death is not here."
tr hat rhOBATs jouaea want.
One of the amendments which the
probate judges want to the present
law Is to allow judges a clerk and an-
other is that appeals from the pro-
bate court may be taken directly to
the supreme court instead of to the
district court.
The allowance of a clerk for the
probate courts with certain probate
powers is doubtless very essrntlhl
and much seeded In the more densely
settled counties of the territories but
tker tat y be a question of the advis-
ability of a law granting appeals
lrm the probate courts directly to the
Mptewe court. The probate judges
however insist that such a law
would greatly Iwhsb lessen litigation
mud per MsequeHce the expenses of
HUgatlB. The probate courts already
have iKMW-arrsHt jurisdiction uadsr
tM aiaUtUa U aaasy tkings and It Is
a yry vrare 4U. oae mott par
lUuUrly for lawyer" to detrwlne
Hurley l'erli vry Orutoful Hint JU
AVun HhvkI M hun on tlm llrlnk
of the tinno.
In France a man sentenced to death Is
110t told In adVOlicu on what day ha In to
die. The tlrst Information ho gets Is from
tho officers who preparo hint for the guil-
lotine ltotwecu sentence and execution
tho prisoner's Hfo Is full of terrors for
any footfall outsldo his cell may herald
tho ineflsongor of death.
So froo and honeat men suitor ngonirc
of Imagination when thoy learn that tnoy
nao diseased kldneja. Thoy may llvo
for j earn. They may dlu beforo nnothor
sunset. Kidney troubles are more deadly
than consumption If neglected or Im-
properly treated. It Is a grcnt mercv
chat ono euro remedy oxiuts.
Herbert Hnrloy dealer In shoes at
fnontloth and Pino streets Philadelphia
eays;
"I Buffered for years with chronic kid-
ney troublcu nnd tried many rcmcdUs
and doctors. About a year ago I had an
extreme serious attack. I could not at-
tend to btulncia mid my family was
much alarmed. My back was bo lame I
could not stand erect. I had hlfh fovcr
and night sweats and tho pain In my
hack mado It Impossible to secure a good
night's rest
"Tho doctors s-oid I had too much acid
In my blood which caused nouralg.o ii;
dltlons. It mokes a man pretty blue to
bo olawys ailing and ono who has a store
finds sickness an expensive luxury.
"Ono day my daughter brought me a
well-known remedy and urged me to tako
it. A friend l.-d recommended It so high-
ly she was sure It would do mo good. I
didn't liavo much confidence In it for
I had tried so many things that I had
little faith left In anything. Its action
however was a pleasant surprise. It
seemed to tako right hold and strengthen
tho bladder and kidneys and mado mo
foei better before the end of tho wock.
It Just brnoed mo Uko u tonic and I feel
I owe my life to Warner's fiafo Cure
which was tho remedy I used."
Tho doctor was right Air liar ay shloji
was charged with uric aeld a malignant
poison. When the kldnejs are Bound
they draw it from tho blood. Wfocn they
are unsound tho aold remains to shat-
ter tho norves to weaken tho honrt and
dull tho brain. It is needless anil to
many readers It would bo painful to toll
In detail tho terrlblo progress of kidney
diseases.
Warner's Safe Cure which drives them
mt of the body is within the reach of
ell.
AS TO DIPPING.
One Man W ho Does Not want tho Practice
DUeoiitlnued
Col. Albert Dean In pursuance of
ordete from O E. Salmon chief nf the
bureau of animal industry at Wash
tngtoo has ordered dipping cattlo to
be discontinued at all of the vats and
has placed Inspectors at the different
dipping station to carry out the or-
ders. This ruling wa- made by the
bureau on account of tho many com-
plaints of losses at the several dipping
rats The results at tho Mammoth
Springs vats have been fairly success-
ful but at Ft. Worth and Hast St
Louis the losses frjni death have been
Bevero In a great many instances.
Experiments are being conducted by
Dr JNorgaard at Clajbourg Tc near
Corpus Christ! with different dips.
The present formula is regarded as too
severe particularly in the winter
months. The bureau has not given up
the idea of dipping to prevent Texas
fever but has simply concluded to
carry tho experiments further and
demonstrate IU fct-lulllty tieyonu a
doubt. However it is practically ad-
mitted that no further dipping will be
done with the present govcrnineut
formula during the cold weather. The
officials of tho bureau believe tho dy-
namo oil a d sulphur dip is alright in
warm weather but think It Is too
haid on the cattlo in colder climates.
In tho experlmentfi now being conduc-
ted linseed and lard oil are bL-lng
tried with proHpects of success.- The
Drover's Telegram January II.
By l o BtatthooA Rtteuttra Com nt ltte H'iI
Sleet lit Outfit-In If rdnttctay
January 88ltH
Tho public: of Oklahoma who are In
favor of the admittance of tho Terri-
tory Into tho unlou as a stato are in-
vited to meet in delegate convention
at (luihrle on Wednesday January
25 1890 at 'i p m for the purpose of
mctnoriolliug contjredt. It pass pn en
nbllng net and lo trko such acton as
nittV lin tlpntnp.rl npcefcsnrv In nrmirn I
early statehood
For tho tntrpose of securing iqual
representation from the people of nil
the counties in the territory the com
mit'ee hr.s apportioned the delegates
on tho basis of one delegate to each
ono thousand population at major
fraction as follows :
lleavor county. .. 3
lllalnc.... .... .0
Cloveland .... ... . 18
Canadian . . 18
Custer ... . 0
D i
Day.. .. 1
Qarueld 10
Grant 14
Oreer lo
Kay .... 18
KlngQ-her. ... ... 10
Lincoln . . 22
Logan Si
Noblo . 10
Oklahoma . ... 20
Pawneo . . ... 11
PayD" . 17
Potuwutomle. 23
Roger Mills . . 2
Washita J
Woods 24
Woodward . .. 4
In addition to the foregoing 0 dele-
gates are apport'oned lo tho Csnge
reservation 2 the Wichita reservation
and 5 to the Kiowa and Comanche
reservation
It la recommended that mass con
ventlons bo hold at the court houses at
the county scats on Saturday the 21st
day of January ISOf) at 2 o'clock p in.
for the purnoso of electing delegates
to said convention. It is also recom-
mended that no proxies bo allowed to
persons who aro non-residents of the
counties from which the delegates are
elected.
The committee believes that Okla-
homa is fully entitled to immediate
statehood and they appeal to alt
classes of our people lo unite in bo-
half of tho movement which alone
will give us the benefits of homo rule
economical government and which
promises to rapidly accelerate our ca-
reer of progress
Sidxey Claiikk chairman.
F E. Gillette tecretary
Josern wisnv
T 11. MacOee
C. 0. Hudson
T. 11. FF.nausoN
Statehood Executive committee
Territorial papers please copy
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Qnay Against tho Field.
Harrlsburg Ta. Jan 17. Tho end of
tho flrs tlaj's fight In the battle for Unit-
ed States senator loao tho rosult very
muoh In doubt. It la Senator Quay
against tho Hold and the Indications iru
that theie v. ill bo a deadlock lasting
some days lit least. Too servato upd
house voted separately this afternoon
and will take a ballot tomorrow In joint
seftslon. There was no election today.
Quay's total strength in both bouses was
112 votes sixteen less than tho number
necessary to elect on joint ballot assum-
Ing the full membership of 254 Is pressnt
n condition that docs not seem possible
as thero are several en tho slok list now
La Urlpp buttettfully Treated.
"I bavo just recovered from the
second attack of la grippo this year "
Bays Mr. Jus. a. Jones publlshor of
tho Leader McxU Texas. "Iu tho
latter case I used Ohamer aln's Cough
Remedy and I think with consldn-able
success only being in bed a little over
two against ten daya for the former
attack The second attack I am sat
lsfled would nave been as bad a- tho
first but for the use of thk remedy
aa I had to go to bed In about six hours
after blsg "-truck" with it while U
tha Urt eM I was able ta attend to
IhmIbms a Wat two days War getting
down " For sale by all drgglM(
Mit. Ewitoh You will see from tho
aboio thnt wo umall larmom who owu
small herds of cattle are lu great
danger. Wo have relied implicitly
upon l'rof. Kdwards for protection
against these " infested cattle " lie
h.s taught us to believe that the only
psnacea for infesied cattle was dip
plug. It is truo by dipping cattlemen
nave lost heavily by death and dam-
ages to the crt le but on the other
hand tho ticks have been killed too
dead to skin and our small berdB aro
prosccted.
What do theso big cattle feeders
care for us "small fry?" Tho only
object they have Is to come In hsre
and feed big herds of catt e. It 1b
also true that these cattlemen use vast
quantities of hay straw corn and the
products o( all the farmers of tills ter
rltory and glvo a home market but
tho danger to us who own from one
to two cows each by ticks failing oil
of those southern cattlo living
through winter and getting on our
cows is too great Dipping is the right
thing. Prof. Kdwards Bays it don't
hurt cattle to dip and I am confident
if ho would go to Washington and lay
all tho particular beforo Dr Salmon
he would rcclnd the above order.
l'rof. Edwards has made a deep
study of this question : he understands
it and knows what ho is talking
about he is for protecting our small
herds. I would suggest the legisla-
ture scud him at once to Yahlngton
to see President Mclvlnley and have
this order recinded. It doo not hurt
cattlo to dip them In an extraction of
fine lubricating oil of petroleum.
Prof. Kdwards knows what ho is
talking about. Did ho note win homo
on November 12th from tho wlso men
of the east with a proclamation in his
pocket relative to tho open season
and tell the fiuarltillne board that all
tbo states were golrg to adopt this
system and have it enforced. 'Ihut
Kansas was wild on the dipp tig ques-
tion audjivas g ing to shut out the
open season. .Still Kansas had an open
season from December 1st to January
1st.
Prof. Edwards further stated that
by dipping tho price of Oklahoma cat
tie would be advanced from S3 to 83
per head. I bollevo him.
I shipped some fat cattlo u few days
ago to Kansas Cl'y Thoo cattle were
penned on the quarantine side and
Drought loc per uwl. less tuan some
Texas steers fed at Purcetl and my
cattlo were Oklahoma cattlo and fatter
than the Purcoll cattle.
'Rah for dipping. I am for dipping.
It Is the right iUIur. It kills tho
tloks 11. II. IIaoak.
7ioir to 1'retent I'lintmoiifu
You aro perhaps aware that pneu-
monia results from a cold tr from an
attack of la grippe During tho epi-
demic of la grippo a few years ogo
when so many ca es resulted in pneu
monla it was observed that tho attack
was never followed by this disease
when Chamber aln's Cough Remedy
was used. It counteracts any tendency
of a cold or la grippe to result In that
daogorous disease it is tuo uest rem'
edy in ahe wor'd for bed colds or la
grippo. Every bottle warranted For
sale bv all druggists.
IrrUcoUMi.St Lvtiit San fruncitro R. Ji
The direct through car routo to
pointi In southwest MUslourl South-
ern Kansas Arkansas Indian Terri-
tory and Texas.
'.'he most direct roue to St. Louis
and tho eaa Double dal)" vestlbuled
trains. Free reeling cars; observa-
tioa and drawing rooua sleepert. liar
vey dining kails mlr. your neareat
ticket aget for full particulars or
write tha general pasatager agent St.
tyOAflf V. L. WlSCHKLt.
Governor of Texas ltmngunilpil
Austin Tex Jan 17. Today at Ii gh
noon in tho presenco of 10000 persons gath
ered In tho lmmenso galleries and lob-
bies of tho house of representatives Hon.
Joseph D Saycrfi was inaugurated gov-
ernor nnd J. 11. Browning inaugurated
llmitonuru tsovarnor. Immediately upon
taking tho oath of office Governor Bayers
delivered a lengthy address hd sonato
this morning passed n concurrent reso-
lution requesting tho Texas delegation in
congress to endeavor to have speedily
passed all necessary laws authorizing ap-
peals and writs of crors from Interlocu-
tory orders In federal courts granting
rights refusing Injunction and also to glvo
litigation relating to tho powers or act-
ions of railroad committees prcccdcnco
over other litigations pending boforo said
courts. Tho house passed resolutions in-
viting W. J Bryan to address tho Toxaa
legislature upon tho occoslon of IiIb visit
here on January 9.
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Jber3l IKte.
IJQUOK NOTICE
To Whom It May Concern-
Notice is hereby glcn that A T McMIl
Ian has this day tiled his petition io sell
at retail spirituous vinous and malt llquorx
In Mulhall Ixigan county Oklahoma and
that unless objection be filed on or before
the 13th day of January A I) lt-W said
petition will be granted. . .
It KMMETT STtWAKT COUI.ty Clerk
Quia Okla. iec. 30 16M.
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veuts lock-jaw lrom wounds. yUlCK CUKU l-o Constii'aYioN AND I'lLUS. ""'" Jrre"
its Healing Power Is Almost Miraculous. The Best Family Medlolna In Existence.
GO Cent Bottle contains 100 Doses or Two Week Treatment for Catarro.
f.OO BOTTLB EQUALS THREE BOo BOTTLES.
HOME TESTIMONIALS:
"Brazilian Balm cured me of inveterate catarrh which I had for O'Ki 20 years.
It is the most wonderful triumph of medical science." Gen. J ltrka Jbsies. "In
croup cold and the worst form of gripp we have found Brazilian Balm invaluable."
Jno. W.S. BcvtheD. D.t Pastor Del. Ave. Bap. CA. "Mrs. Lore has used the
Brazilian Balm nnd thinks it did her much good Hon. Chas. B. Lore Chief Jus.
of Del "One bottlcbf Brazilian Balm cured a friend of mine of hav fever." TAos.
M. Gilbert "l was very deaf for 10 years from catarrh. Brazilian Balm abolied
minutes.
warm in my cars every day soon restored my hearing." $TrsjQhn Scatten Chester.
Pti. "It is the best thing for dyspepsia I ever saw tried." fudze Edtvard Woollen.
"I was worn almoBt to the grave vdth t. racking cough that all the remedies and th
doctors failed to relieve. It was cured with one bottle of Brazilian Balm. It 6b-U
be my doctor through lite..' Mrs. J. Galloway Foltstown Jt. "Iwas fearfully
crippled np with rheumatism could not get my hand to my head i took tea 50.
cent bottles of Brazilian Balm In si months. Am now entirely cured and as nim-
ble as I was at forty." Ahsoh Burrell aged $4. A lady iu Cincinnati was so
afflicted with asthma that during the winter for seven ttn years ib was unable to
sleep lying 'own vh entirely "d peraaaeatly cured with Braa.'ia Baktt.
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SJFer safe by WALLACE k MULLLK.
B. F mum l GO. Iiiiaiapilh. Ini
REMEMBER this advertisement
Interest to you who havo frlonds rostln
In the tomb. It Is a homo ostnbllshment
shipping direct from tho quarries marble
and granlto. and manufacturing In this
cltv. Forolun acorns show vnn n Umt
flnp picture and ask you to sign a binding
order for a poor design and grade at dou-
ble price covorlng their wages and ex-
penses. Think of ltl we will duplicate
a of their work from 20 to 60 per eont
loss. All tha work !one In the Qnthrle
cemetery some weighing upward of two
tons was done by us. Notiro the namfa
cut on the bares
CITY SCAVENGER
George Russ
All Work Promptly
Executed. Eslimatos
Furnished. Address
CITY HALL
llnilroatl Timo Tabloa.
A. T. & H. P.
SOUTH KAST AND VKST.
I Arrive
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Local I'relgbt
Loral Freight
south southeast and wkst
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Local Freight.
A J COUKINS Agent.
C. 0 & G.
KAST
Weatherford
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For uny lurthtr Information address
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South McAlester I.
Via WiBti-r St. L. & 8. P. Ity.
Arrive Ft
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D-ilfy except Sunday
uultirie looge No. I A O U W meet
Thursday evening of each week at 7 so In
Victor bluck. corner Fust and Harrison.
Visiting Workmen always welcome
I' B HAItllKK M. W.
a JTDOIIY Record
Guthrie Lodge No 2 K. of P metts ev.
cry Mondav at 7 40 In their ball In the Vic-
tor bioctco nit First aud Harrison Visit-
ing Knights ziu always welcome
.1 J-OUCAUT C 0.
O A DYEKS M of F and K ot S
O O
Outhrle LodRe No
ay night of each week at 7 80
en
F meets
Visiting
Monday nlKht of 1
Odd Fellow h alwavs welcome
W S COOPEIt N O
QW lHlPCK.Secrftaiy
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1 1. O. O. P.
meets every Tue day evening in Odd Pel.
ioms ball at 7 80 .11 vUltlng patriarchs
welcome F IllTTEUUUSCH.O. P.
11 USiUOUail. Scribe
HartranftPostNo 3 0 A R. meets on
fit st and third Saturdays in each month at
1:30 p.m In probate court room VUltlag
comrades alnays welcome
i C. i OSTER P C.
M L. MOCK. Adjulnant
Outhrle Camp No. 3 Woodmen of the
World meets every Monday night In the K
of P hall. Visiting Wiiodmen are welcome
J a TOWtKS Clerk
WM ORFGORY.Oon Com
Outhrle Ledge NaB A. F &A- M Keg
ular meeting third Tarsday evening In eacli
month at 80 do k All brethren cordially
Invited to atttnd.
wmpnNS.wI'ARDEUr'Bec'
1 O K. M. meets every Tuesday sight la
jf P hall VUltlngcblefs alv.s wefcosa
M B CHtTMlY. Chief of Record
Naomi hetiekah Lodge No. z. X- O. O. l
ai j.wiB tse
meets every Friday evezune
Od 1 Fellows s hall In the Welnbergtr build
ae ALLiVBiuttH(j
KATJtM'WSTHY Sec
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