The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 306, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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THIC LIADKR. GOTH!1 OKLAHOMA.
Entered In the ruMtonice at Qutllr c Okla
as seiond class mall matter
Official Paper of Oklahoma Territory.
rmnsimn nv thhi.kaurk rniNTivn
COMl'ANY-STATK l'ltlNTl US
lull MHUMJIt IMhiiriind Mnnnerr.
Ufllttttl Orimi o Oklahoma Itrmvrnicy.
smsiitin ion; kaths.
One month delivered In city
One month uy mail
PlUIi AY MAY 10. 18W.
31VST UK SiXTKKS TO VXK.
Free silver at 10 to 1 and no other
ratio can be considered for a moment
would glvo us a much higher rangn
of prices. It would certainly give u
the trade of silver nations which
alone would bring the commercial
nations to btmetalism so as to more
surely maintain the metals at a fixed
ratio between all nations now Impossi-
ble because of wide variations in their
relative values. Again free silver
would destroy the destructive compe-
tition with us in the world's markets of
great cations as it Is now doing and
that it will continue to do buslncsswith
a cheaper money than gold It woir'd
be no longer possible for their wheat
growers to sell a bushel of wheat in
Europe for 50 cents in gold and then
tako this gold and buy a dollar's
worth of silver and coin it into that
much of their money and pay with it
double the debts tares and flxed
charges our fanuors can pay with
their bushel sold in foreign markets.
And the prico of tho wheat sold abroad
in deadly competition with tho wheat
of silver countries regulates tho price
of every bushel told at home. This
enormous difference in the debt-paying
power of a bushel of wheat to the
wheat farmers of silver lands and our
own has become possible only since
wo by shutting tho mints to silver and
leaving them open to gold have driv-
en tho two dollars apart till the gold
will buy twlco tho silver it wou'd
once and that it ought to buy now
When an ounce of gold would buy
only sixteen ounces of silver then
fif ly cents in gold would buy only
fifty cents In silver and tho power of
a buBhel of wheat in all lands would
be the same to pay debts taxes and
the .charges that do not fall with
prices of producU such as charges
fixed by monopolies trusts custom
and law. The wheat growers of nUver
countries who aro our principal com-
petitors abroad can sell a bushel of
wheat for the sumc amount of silver
thoy alwoys could for they can get it
coined into about as much money aft
formerly. Hut wo can't got it coiner
into money at all any more and can
convert it Into only one-half of the
gold money we could once. This
glvps them their old profitable price
and gives us the ruinous half price of
recent years and has made this might-
iest of our farm Industries very tin
profitable unless we happen to have
the unprecedented crops of tho lust
two years "and they have a wheat
famine at tho same time. Wo can
destroy this ruinous competition only
by open mints and the restoration of
tho old rat'.? Hut even if we could
not restore tho old ratio quite we
could greatly reduce the deadly com
petition in any event liy tho way
wo wonder if tho farmers who voted
for McKlnloy and dear wool instead
of Dryau and and dear wheat are sat-
isfied with themselves
XT. l.OVlH MBUTlXa.
The state Democracy of Missouri
givcB a banquet in St. Louis Thursday
May 33. Prominent Democrats from
surrounding states have been invited.
ExtGov. Stone of Missouri tho moving
spirit of the gathering and who is also
Missouri's member of tho Democratic
national committee has specially in'
vited a large number of his associates
on that committoo to attond. Ills
action has given rise to the impression
that there is to be a regular meeting
of the national committee. There will
be no meeting of the national commit-
tee until ;me time next wlntor when
tho time and place for holding the
Democratic national convention will
be fixed. Chairman Jones will call
the meeting as soon as ho returns from
Europe next fall.
i . i
. tyoi the story wucn your iiena
'.. anil sou feel bilious. Const !
'listed and out ol tune with your'
I stomach sour and l.o appetite Just i
I buy a pacKnge oi
( Hood's Pills
inl take a iloip from 1 lo 1 Mil
Wi will o surprised nt how easily
ih will iln their wiirk. cure jmirl
liomlnrlip niicl WllntunMS. rmii tho (
llrnr nml make von feel liappv aBAln
4 25 cents bold by all medicine tieaicri. tt
HKL'OHTS OF CMJJIS
other th. lUil Hon of tfwfWNEr wmi.o
through a slaughter to throne with
Richard lit lryd tliroligh the forests
..f Ardrn with Kosollml laliKliril with the
Mirrv ef Pnlnr ai he nm'ial
liredli ammti -In which th v In. Mixed
rdin IrnHV'd with tirpd m.M of ttie
writh "f B J alotn hii lunl nd v ih
I-ir of filial Inirritltiid'
Wln e our fuiml m mil itlm a few
nn k Birr. li li n IT i t 1 In (nl r
to oMitln iidnililiiii Ijno Hi l'i rteraHn )
e time 1 i n muling Hi hi imIiiIhmi e
if Portia tin nv woman m th- 17th
erwiir and think we Hie all grred thm
f nil ShkeKre' i harming women h-
Is nltoairthfr 'the most charming
Judgk Scoit should attend the
Kingfisher reunion aud demand a
joint debato with Delegate Flynn.
Many old soldiers now feel tbe. effects
ot the hard service they endured dur
lug tho war Mr George S. Anderson
of Uos-nvlllc York county Pa. who
haw the hardest kind of service at the
front la notv frequently troubled with
rheumatism. " 1 had a severe attack
lately" he says "and procured a bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Halm It did so
much good that I would like to know
what you would charge me for one
t'cznn bottles." Mr. Anderson wanted
It both for his own use and to supply
It to his friends and neighbors as
every family bbould have a bottle of it
In their home not only for rheuma
tism but lame back Bprainr swell
in'fs cuts bruises and burns for which
It u unequalcd For sale by all druggists.
Ordinance 01 section 13 relating to
carrying concealed weapons will bo
strictly enforced. Police otllcers are
instructed to arrest and disarm any
and all persons who are not territorial
county or city officers and proceed
against thorn according to the statue
laws aud provisions of the ordinance.
jjy oruer oi
11. E HAKKlt
Takes up tho Time of tho Nor-
Norman O. T May 18.
Notwithstanding the) latenew of the
hour at which good nlshts were spoken.
the deJeuates were on Imml bright ajid
early this morning and ready for a btp
day's work. Promptly at 9.30 the eonven
tlon was called to order by the pre!dnt
Mrs. Douglas and order of wont begun.
Koil coll showed the following delegates
i-Mra. Tred Warner. Mrs. B. Ashton
I'hllomatheA OKlahoma City.
Mrs S. K. lleddons Mrs. N. White
Miss Bather Logon. Mrs. J. II. Pnrkar
Cunent Events Kingfisher.
Mrs. Thaa. A. Morrti Mr. S. II. Har-
ris Tuesday Afternoon Perry.
atr K 12 Bogus Mrs 8. W. Means
Browning Stlllwnter. .
Mrs. F K Illckey tMra. IS. D. Humph-
rey Athenaeum Bt Reno.
Mrs. A. II Huston Mrs. N. M. Cnrtsr
Mm. W. a. Ulanehard. ilrs. J. V
Sharp Merrle AVlves Puroell I T.
Mrs. J. A. Hogan Mrs. C. A. Cox Y
M. M. Wjnnewood.
Miss Mary Wllner Miss Myrtle Beity.
San Soucl Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Eugene Hamilton Soroslt Chick
astra I. T.
Mra L. 15. Cooley Mrs. J. A. daffon!.
Mrs. Horace Wilson. Mm. K. W. War-
doll Twentieth Century Oklahoma City.
Mrs. J. V. Admlro Mrs. J. W. IJtlllngs
Mrs A B. McBrlde Mrs. K 1). Ftru
son. Nineteenth Century WaongJ.
Mrs. TV'. F. Hlghtower Miss Vary
Snead. Alternate Saturday Paul's Vol
Mrs. F K. Brooke Mrs J. E. Ball
Mr O. It. Fegan Mrs. Joe Wisby
The work moved rapidly along without
liltrh or klndranco. A commlUeo on
RettolutlorM was next appomtod Mra. N
M Carter of Outhrle Mrs. Clark of
Perry and (Mrs X. B Chambers being
namtL Standing commlttes appointed
yesterday were afl follows:
On lltiToturo-IMrs F. K. Brooke Mrs
Jo Wlsfoy of Guthrie and Mrs. I. D
Cooley of Shawne.
On Kduoatlon Mrs. A. II. Vnn Vleet
Norman Miss Pansy Price Oklahoma
Mls Daisy Fralsure Watonga
Committee on Civics 'Mrs. J. II. Ad-
mlr". Klngtlsher Mis Annota. Hume. An-
adarko Mrs. C. P. Bruce. Paul'a Valley
Committee on MottotH. Mra A f
Scott. Stillwater Mrs. O. It. Fgin
Guthrie Mrs. B. D. Humphrey. Kl Reno
Committee on Art Mra Bugane Hamll
ton Chlckasha Mrs J. A. Jaunta Okla
noma. CHy. with one other jet to lie
Nominating committee -Mra. J. M. Bil
lings. Klngllaher Mrs. Horace Wuon
OMahoma City iMr A H Harris err.
Mra. Francis Hogan Wynnowooil airs.
The offlcua of seootnt vie president
recording and corresponding secretaries
aiv to be 11I1M. Tils' tlrst named Mrs
Vbernathy having resigned because o
leaving the territory the two latter be-
t uuse of ill henlth
RPKORT OF SKCRDTAnY.
The report of the recording eecretary
was then made This was a brltf review
of the organization of the Federation a
Oklahoma City In May 1833 and show-
ed that great things have developed In
the past yenr nnd greater things w-e
to be accomplished In tho future.
Mrs Humphrey of iBI Reno next ren-
dered a report of the corresponding sec-
retary. Mrs. It. K. Townsond which
gave the number of clubs as ten at t'te
Federation last year with somo other
emia naving joined since. However since
the time Mrx Townsend made her report
thro clubs the Knlfl 8tudy of Knld; ire
Shakespeare of Guthrie and the Coter.
of Woodward have been weloomcd I ilo
the Federation making n totnl of twenty-one
while the membership has more
than doubled The growth of tho c'ubt
has been remarkable but not more re-
markable than the good work which th'y
hao accomplished. Owing to th- fact
thai not nil the nw clubs have paid In
their duet for this year the report of
the treasurer showed no cash on hand.
It also showed that there were no obli-
gations to be met. That while not man
ways of making money had augges'ej
themselves the duea received had beei
.nough to offs' all expenditures and iho
Federation begins Its second year's work
Jnder the mos favorable circumstance
RBPOHT OF TIIK CLUBS
The five m'nntts reports maue by the
Federated cuVw ere all of jhe same n
couraglnb nature and while some clubs
nav been fiutber reaolilng in thIr re-
sults they hv. each aimed at the samt
Wlhle he betterment of lhumai't
Two years ago this month five of the
motnbera of the C. I 8. C. who had th..
four year's couraa daelring to con'lnue
their work during vacation deck! A to
meet once a v.ek fjwr tbe atudy oX
Shakesveare We begun the riding and
asaigiiea rharaetur to each member but
11 flMl AI . .. - .
... ..mu mil a aaiUIflCIorv a u
and find tho beat wav for us.
to readlag lo rotation At
each act we hav outuilnni
(. A. 11. Itounton.
Klngflalier May 18. (Special ) The
annual enoarnpmCHit ot the U A It here
today had a Wri attemtance Conitres
man CaldThead. ot Kanaaa. and Judge
Irwin made spbeeohea on laat night To-
day Congressman Dennis T Flvnn. gov-
ernor Ilarnea Shkney Tark. Judge 1 ..om-
ae Pat Coney of Kansas maue speeches
The speeches of the day wesre Governor
Ilarnea Dennis T Flynn and Pat Con-e'a.
Tonlijht the Ajnmn'a Circle nave
charge and will entertain the O A It
They liav arrngeel as elaborate program
and have many speeches.
The department officer were elected
CapU J. J. llaaaler of Enid department
Senior Vice. J W. Rush Stroud.
Junior Vice C. Andrews of Po-ca
Chaplain. Joab Ingram of IClngnsh-
or. M IJ Dr M Sprague of Klnfi8ier
Delegates to the National Bncnsnpnvemt
J G. Unger. ISnld J C White Okla
Council of Administration C T Prouty
W. Miller Smith J. W. Griffith. J G
The ni-xt annual encampment was wted
to Jefferson Oklft.
The encampment passed atrong reaolu
tloni desiounelng PenMon Commissioner
Bvnns for unjust construction of lawn
nnd asking President McKlnley to remove.
A telegram anuonclntig that the New
York O. A. R. had done he aame thing
today was received with much enthual
liuy John Mabsey h homo grown
strawburrv's for salo and served at
IllUhaupt's Vienna bakery.
Boils and pimples aro nn indication
that tho system is accumulating im
purities which must be eliminated;
thoynro nn urgent appeal for assistance
a warning thnt can not safely bo
To negleot to purify tho blood at this
tlmo moans moro than the nnnoyancu
or pnlnrul boils nnd unsightly pitnplcs.
If tlioao Impurities are allowed to re-
main tho system Fuccuinbs to nny
ordinary illncsi and is unable to with-
stand tho many ailments which aro bo
prevalent during spring and summer.
lap. of tho A. G. 8.
H. 11. Chattanooga
ren n writes:
' Several boils and
carbuncles broke out
upon me causing great
rain nnd annoyance
Wy blood seemed to be
In a riotous condition
and nothing I took did
any goou on Domes
offi b 8 isirodtnecom-
rjlctelr and mv blood
bos beon p srtectly pure over slnco."
Swift's Specific is the beat blood
remedy beenuso it Is purely vegettiblo
and is tho only ono that is free from
potash and moreury. It promptly pnri-
iios tho blood nnd thoroughly demises
tho system builds up tho general health
cures Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheu-
matism Totter Iloils Sores etc. by
going direct to tho causo of tho trouble
and forcing out all impure blood.
Hooks mailed froo to any address by
Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga.
PCklrhtittr't K.llUk Dluaoo.l )lrDd.
OrlciBftltftnd Oiilr GrnuluA.
arc tJkj rtUtbl toicft nt
i ItfUfilsl tt Ckttktittrt Knatttk lha
mon-i Brand la lied aJ oi4 oi nu
Ihle tklttj vtlBbltl titbuD 'luktl
tltrp. Ktfit dmtrou ulruu
' lions an4 imitation AiUrKtk(i rMe4 4f.
la UsB'4 fir rtUulT iMiLuuiiUU i
"Itetler Ur 1 avJIr" t((U- L rlm
nsi. ju.vvu iriuiiMniiii aw -atr
Hvi t ly aJl Loet4 Itruigliu "III LA IJ. 1'A-
1 B. PAIKPIELD
TRANSFER AND COAL.
OFPIOR AND YARDS:
500 West Harrison Street.
. . . TELEPHONE. ?0
n Is tied
Is to take
the end of
wu.it j-ruisar JMemihg a book on how
to study Shakeapeur. we)I an)
qutIons that may occur to ouraele
We respond to raH eall with u nuoration
irom me last leecon and when we ftnlsb
the play write sketches of the principle
ruumcier e meet on every Tuesday
W mw :a some fifteen or twenty
memoere uuring the year wv have stud
leI the mental condition of the nwlan
choly Dan ben defeated with Ilrutus
at Phllllppl fted with Anthony from Ac-
tlum when ha gave up the aoverelgnty of
half tho world to follow Egypt's ouivn-
helped the Kngllsh people to wrest Mag-
na Cliarta from John witnessed th depo-
sition of Richard II and the usurpation
of the crown by Henry Bollnbrook went
with Henry son to France where hlmielf
and his good Jngllbh joemen showed the
mettle of their pasture and relume!
with him and his beautiful Kathcrlne to
'England were engaged for a whole year
In the Wars of the Roses some of us
wearing t)e White Ttoje of York and '
Cures ImiJOttncj Night Emlwiona -xnt
wasting ditc.iBc ail eiTects of self.
J) nbuhf or n ran and Indls-
hlootl liulidur. Urin the
tlllk rrlfliv tnntni.)i.A . n.l
VVSI rebtores the Are of onth.
By mall fiOc tier box: ft lm vi.1
foriSli.nO: With VL irltron .n !..
teo t euro or reflmtl tho iiiouoy.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson Sts. CHICAGO ILL.
For sale by WALLACE .t MULLER.
DruRKlJta Uuthrle. O T
M-H--H-t--.! ! H-
pecial Inducements on
Men's Ready-to -Wear Clothing.
The month of May Suits at July prices I Now is the time to get a
bargain. Think of it ! $7:50 Suits for $5.00. Good strong
serviceable Woolen Suits at $5.00. Think of it ! $10.00 Suits
for $7.50. Made in the best possible manner good linings newest
styles and patterns made to sell at $1000 and worth every penny of it.
Now 7.50 Think of it! $12.00 and $15.00 Suits for
$10.00. These Suits are the cream of the city pood enough for
anyone. Perfect in fit style and quality. You must see them to ap-
preciate them to appreciate them. We keep any suit we sell at 10 or
over in repair for one year free of charge.
Buying all of our goods direct from the factories we can will and
do sell Clothing cheaper than any concern in the city. Think of it!
Then come and see us. We are at the same old stand.
LEVY'S BEE HIVE
OKLAHOMA AND FIRST STREETS
GUTHRIE O T.
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DALE & BIERER
ANOKUBONIIUILDINO OKLAHOMA AVI!
11m published In the Dally Leader May
To whom It uia) concern .
Notice Is hereby Riven that M S Illack
has this day nfed hl uetltlon to sell
at wholsale siilrltuous vinous and uialt
liquors In Uuthrle Logan county Oklaho
ma and that unless objection be llltd on
or belore the isth day of May A 1) lww.sald
petition will be granted.
Uuthrle Okla . May a IP09.
It l'. MOItTON County Clerk.
j Fruits of
Best Summer Route
Is the Santa Fe. The average temperature
during the journey is less than that for the
same period at your home. Then the cars
are so comfortable fatigue is hardly notice-
able. Pullman palace and tourist sleepers and
free chair cars on all California trains.
A. J. CORKINS Agent.
Itailrond Timo TubloH.
A. T. & S. F.
SOUTH 1!AST AND Vl ST
Should bo eaten fresh to
enjoy their full flavor.
Many delicious varieties
aro never seen In tho Uast.
To obtain thera ono inuBt
go to California where
thoy may be bought on
every street corner.
Only 2l4 days from Newton
by Tho California Limited
banta Fo Route.
A. J. CORKINS Agent
GUTHUIE O. T.
GUTHRIE MAR ill WORKS
HOUSE and SIGN
ESTIMATES FURNISHED. I
L. CHRISEH & CO. !
113 Nurtli lint Street. I
CARRIE M. BURLINGAME
( l'luiiu uuU Oriiuu.)
HUH X Hroud . aVTHUIKa. T.
0UK CIiU LIST.
Vto have arranged with the publish
crs of the following newspapers for
clubbing rates which wo givo below.
Persons who aro already subscribers
to tho Leador can take advantage of
this exceptionally low combination by
paying tho amount now duo for tho
Tho Weekly Leader nnd Weekly
Cincinnati Enquirer one year. $1 00
Tho Weekly Leader and tho twlco
a wreh t. Louis uepuouc ono
Tho Woekly Leador and tho twice
a wcuit New York worm one
year for .
Tho Weekly Leader ani the twice
a week Kansas City Times one
year for .
Tho Weekly Leader'and tho Vral-
no Farmer (Orange Juairs pa-
per) ono year for.
Tho Weekly Leader and tho Home
and l'arm of Loulsvlllo Ky.
ono year for
Tho Weekly Leader and Atlanta
The Wfokly Loader and Youth
ThnW okly Leader oneyear.
The Weekly Leader and the Live
stock inspector ono year ior. .
Address all communications to the
Leader l'rlntlug Company Outhrle
RFMFMRFR Ths advertisement
nr.iYir.mDcn o tnterest to you
who have friends resting In tho tomb.
It Is a homo establishment shlppiug
direct from tho the quarrlo marble
aud graultc' Torelgn agents show
you a large fine picture and ask you
to sign a binding order for a poor de-
sign and grade at double price cover-
ing their wages and expenses. Nearly
all the work in tho Outhrlo cemetery
was done by us.
SUTT0N5S MARBU YARD
See for yourself If all that is
J claimed for Its climate and op-
portunlticB Is true. Tho Santa
Fk Uoutk will make vury low
J round-trip rates In late Juno
and early July on such liberal
conditions that you may not
only seo C&liforma but any
other portion of tho great West
Many hours short or to Los An-
geles than any other route.
A. J. CORKINS Agent
Atcnlson.Topeka Santa F Ry.
Live Stock Journal.
THE PRAIRIE PARMER-a
weekly Agricultural and Live
Stock Journal one dollar a
year. It is admittedly Hie le-.d-er
of the agricultural and live
slock journals of the United
States. It covers the entire
field of agriculture dairying
live stock breeding and live
stock teeding. It is edited for
western farmers and stockmen
who carry on diversified work
in fact it is the inrmut's news-
paper. The regular subscnp
tion price is one dollar a year
but in order that every one of
our readers may get it next year
we will send it a ful year with
the Weekiy Leader for 75 cents
This low price may be with-
dviwn anytime; we request our
readers to act promptly. Hand
iu vour orde or send it to us.
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Ar. f-outh McAloKter
Lv. South McAlestcr .
Ar. Oklahoma Olty
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sasssssssBsasssasl ailj u wj i nt on! r M
UUl ubKflpllon" cwUl itndll the littt 6.
for 30C llwular ptlce Jl jtt year It Is an II.
Iiutratrd ciU monthly journal of 16 to JJ pairca.
W:tanuIIumou Hutort Uiocrai-iiy.Tavi.ls
IbCIKNCl btNEXAI. iNyOHUATIOW. WOMAN'l I)B-
I.IMWT inu irtjv lAYlOM'S UirAKmiNT.
For anr lurthtr Iniorm.itiori artiirrsa
J F IIOLURN Tradli Ugi
South MrAleMer 1 T
r jo .11
Outhrle lodfc No I a 0 V w
TUurnluy cvpjililK f each wnk al
v icior uiflc corner Fitat ami IuiMmu
i.mug tvurAiuen ainays welcome
C J TUOHV. Heconler
C.ulhrleLoOpeNo 8 K of 1 meets evtry
MonUay at R I'M In their hill in the Vu.
tor I1MH.K co. atr llrst ana Hari (son IkIi-
Iiik Klilt'hts are alrt.iM welcomt
Outhrle Lodge No a 1 0 O P meets
n?li"ialr.n!btot eacn week " T M VtKiltiiK
Oua Fellows alwajs uelcnm
O W UKUCK.Socretarv
Oklahoma lEncampment No. 1
II. eat u couth.
ininnt Ma 1 T n ri r.
niectH the Kt-ouml and fourth I'riilat iili.hta
lU'.l'sr v i-
In orJtr tn aavtrilie our pa
per w iubwrilltii ruy tSi
ami wnj 1 1 uon thla tovcjt
" out. i.iamua taarniio Ilia 1 irinnii it Hn .1 n a i
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ILLUSTRATED YOUTH AND 1EE n"'1tal"1llra Saturdays in each month al
.. V ' " nu aoc 7 sun ju uroliate court mom vumn..
womrades al aj s welcome
aiiur a uii toners o ins 1'aDIW aro 01 ipe.
clallnlcre.U Sample cony f tea. AgtnU WsMtl.
PRFFI EOUCATION.etC To any tubacriber
1 11I sho will secure enough new tubacrlb
etc To any tubacrlber
re enoujrh new aubacrlb
era at our regular rate to roual th regular price
of Ike article aelected we '
01 ine article aelectetl. wo will give free bicycle.
Bold watch diamond rlnif or aacli.iUrihlp In elllier
of OrauBhon'a UualneasColUge. Nakhvllle 1 enn..
Bulni CuUege or UUxaxy School. Vrlte ua.
Anyone sentlioif us 80 cents will get
tbe Wkeklv Lkadkr and tho above
paper or one year. Address
LEADER 1MUNTINU CO.
OuthrJe O. T.
T.r 1u1lhre.JanP N- Woodmen of the
World meets every Momiay night In the It
ol 1- lull VUItlu? Woodmen are vvelcome
Outhrle Ledge No a F&A.M Hee
ular meeting third Wednesday evening In
n0" ii!??.ha.1 B .. cocfc A brethren cordl
all la lied lo Attend.
H F ARDKUY.Sec
O II WILLIS W M.
iI.M-raW everyTueslay (night U
ball Visiting chiefs alwak welcome
M. B. CHiauiV Chief of Itecords.
Naomi Rcbekah Lodge Na!IO o. V .
meets every tviday evening at 7-si In the
OdlFelloHssnalllu the WeFuoerger build
ng Visitors welcome
HA UAH UATE3 N. Q
KATK U WKTHV Sec.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 306, Ed. 1, Friday, May 19, 1899, newspaper, May 19, 1899; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74538/m1/2/: accessed February 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.