The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 15, Ed. 1, Friday, August 25, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLA
FRIDAY AUGUST 25 1905.
BY LESLIE 0. NIBLACK.
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FIIIDAV AUGUST 25. 1005.
Meanwhile the creditor of the city
can sot back and wait
The eamr'g backbone in eeJd to need
st ffenlng. Just now Japan thinks his
bank account sIbo needs suffering
"Havana boasts that It has no v-ilow
fver Yes. the only thing cliw don
lhere Just now seems to be th town ;
Tlio more te hear of ' Fade srd
Fancies" the greater Is the wondr rht
hero should have been a fad to fan
Tho weather "burosu nun Is not nec
essarily a grafter because he finds it
impossible to Mop the leaks in the rain
China shows a disposition to apolo-
gize for having suggested that boycott
The Chinks know who ftjrnishi them
The Russian Idea of peace term
feems to be that Russia is willing o
give up anything that isn't money or (
ticen't cost money. ' '
i ih1 xrvui&LVXTzi tuurns onjuut um
without doing anyth'ng.
It is evident
tint the Zemstvos wl)l v.wke an lOeal
i.p to date congress.
When he goes back to Tuskeg
Professor Booker Washington wTJ
doubtless boabt to his pupils that Sara
toga treated him wh:te.
Mnrylnnd is haying a hot campaign
over tho question of limiting the eleo
tive franchise so that the Democrats
can always 'be successful.
The base ball fans of Gulbrio aro
fully aware of the fact that tho Guthrie
tam can play ball. What makos them
mad Is to witness a garno where the
t-am for tome fancied grievances will
Dr. Hlxon chairmao of the flnance
committee of the city council has bees
indefatigable in his work ra behalf of
the city. The Leader nrmly bellovos axided to the familiar speech. We rant
that Dr. Hixon has acted honestly and help "ommendlng "widow maker " a
faithfully in dlscbarprng the c!t's 'iaoM anging. broken l.mb which may
-'U8t Injure a man. "woodpecker" a poor
"""" chopper "ark" "thsuty boat"' or
It now develops tiat a local bank L .. a bouseb08t for riv8r
has a fugcr or two lft the hoWtng uptdrlvw. Q .teUie tnrhey.. 01. teg
up "it? wuriuinB cuvrnng me urck i
debtedness. Isn't th.s rather a strange !
pncdure? IV'lll it bo nectssary to
throw somo llme-1 gbt on things ap
parent if not real?
The Lesder in today's issue gie
space to a lengthy signed statement j v
from City Attorney Hepburn who ea-
ijs to placo hlmoelf right n he de-layed-tlsijJB
embroglio. Tho uvlte
mint or Mr. Hepoutn may be taken for
what it Is wrth In some places it
ml b to explain but Hepburn docsnt
aiind Jut so long at. h's count attor-
boom s kept ov straight.
THE LOGGER'S DICTIONARY.
I'nder the aklllful efflcl nt and hon-
-t direct on of GIfforJ plnf hot the
turnu of forehiry or the for s.t r
tii-e to gu it its new nanu has been i "tnner orchids nor llllies can rival la
and is doiug a work of hi.h piactlcal I'Wuty at form texture coloring;
.mpoTtanrf Far reaching though nea i n-fklngB and general effeotlveneus. In
rally unapprcc atl probb tut of water lli" Wikado's gaidun tindor idea cul
iupply. food supply and ewn tliniato I tral conditions that l to r. In
ae on the wa to a right -nlniion as1 Ticb- warm tunshlne and alluvial
' result i.i that Mick tin tanl or1 Bd tho bloaeoms will measure fiora
hirh will i reaped by laitr kih ra-' nmo to twelve inches across tht oat
ton D tii.-minat'ng nmnd Knowl j Ptals- Around the shoree of !lioe
vrf of f .re tr and the -. nmnlc al-1 nlnlture lakes and streams la which
x- and niu'slt of foiesi iu i r. at ion I tJj0 Japanese gardener however bum-
oopiiatiiig wuh plant i ami own j ue "laUghts the Irises are no less
- - r.f woodlands Mr lin hot and bia 'oly because a small garden de-
Miciaw s au uongmuchii. tin t'ni tnds lhat they bo of leaser slae
ii Stat - at- i hae now an Lmiiirable Ktery one apprwlaieu Uie Iris Id Jan-
rti.e al a l A .d they i- mating an- Therefore on tho mot costly lo)s-
xd ooiii it. i Mons to Is'1-cai. Ktrd onw ftnd ceramic an well as ow nany
ng alt-o and the beauty .f ih couo ve and Jar .on wany a fecreWand
in c it.j ir in which lai... mtelll-1 ton." wbse tieoorlOt aay reaotva
t t inn ii -t u w f sis w'y an eighth of "a oont' for his shptcji
Forest r Pec hot's bunau ha Jun U'Wnft this flowor Imnerlal and
e n- out In " pamphlet jirepar.d m ' dtmocratlc ls the mat (amllar. For
. operation w th the soci. t of Amer- j U artist at least Ha .vafne Is dpubla
cau for--te's and full of int. i.'st to ' tna' of the national cnryeanthaiaum.
i lologt i 1' it- a Vx n f Tt rme ' 3arden Magaslne.
-d ia 1 r.-'ii and Ut-n m
i v all i he- ira
' t ateK l t
a man w ii o
iU)l i nit i)
i r s
t - ' W l'
tc. s b '
i ui ii i -cmr " moeetien aawi bin-
sn' of thehe ptc. 'outne. to JOr Klnir . New Life XiSi
no - n-.oraa
.. r oi. tne loreKry
w rxi jv cut a ' aapling ' A
r dictionary say The
r xr.i re jire se.
ft f or aer in bfc.'gnt axtt
Ju' jteff e
low than Inehe In diameter breast
With A small eapHng; is from 3 ta 16
feet In hetaht. A large sapling is 10
fel or over In hetnh' "
The political "soratcher" 's nuroer
mis enough aud the "young scratch-
era" of this state are young no longer;
hut Ythat Is a "soratcher" under the
"An Instrument used for mark'ng
Usees. A loop l!Ke gouge fastened to a
flat elliptical Iron hoop with wooden
handle plates on the oppos.te side from
the gouge. Synonyms bark blaser
barV gouge cruiser's birk blaaftr tree
What an unknown world of English
words there Is! Do you know what a
"two-storied forest" Is for example?
llut wo must seek the lumberer's gang
and the logging dictionary Here. In-
deed Is richness. How many of us
know what everybody ought to know
that an "alligator" is ft boat used In
hnndl ng floating logs or "a device
often made from the fork of a tree n
which the front end of a log Is placed
to facilitate skidding;" That a "ball
hooter" rolls lugs dwn bill: that a
"blu jay" "greaser" or "roadmonkey '
keeps a loagtng rond In condition; that
a "bolster" or "bunk" is the heavy
tlmlHw unor which the lot rest on a
i ... l.l ihM . "hrnr" U n cross-
cw saw; that a "bruiting crew" mils
logs down slopes too steep fer teams
fv o'Mo ..
that h "bull cook." "flunk" or 'chore!
boy" is cleaner cutter of wood Mid
drawer of water In a logging camp
Do1 any school bo 'n thexft p?rt
kn"s 'hat a "bull ' is fie l'gg ng
catl f mmi: a ' bull
Urg donkey engine a
donkey. ' a
tor " a lazy "lumberjack vr "logger '
tcbi-i ima from adriu to camn. a ' CAt
. fac partlv neaIeii oveT flre M&r on
a Jw (m ..patnman" an vp-t
jrivf - lTlver; a "choker" a noose vt
wire rone the "eboktrnia-i te man
wh fastens ft on the
"chunk" delightful ward is to clear
the ground "Conk ' v hlch we now
slang for head" is ' the dwv m wood
causej b a fungus " A "crab" is a
little raft with windlass and anchor
The "deacon seat" is the benh in front
of the t-lcping bunk A "deadhead"
"bobber" or "sinke:" is a sunken log
a ' dead man" I a fallen tree A "dol
phtn" is a cluster of p les o which a
bo:m is secured. "D-ty ' cousin of
"dotti'T'dozy.'t meicw "decayed."
"Dry-kl" are t-es killed by flooding
i A "feoJer" is a "barn bo& ' and has
.k-.- .v. .tfli.w -Mrsv" or
single Bled 1b also a "bob ' "crotch "
"go-enril" lizwdl" ''scoot. ' "sloop. '
A "gooaepen" is s large hole burned
In a standing tree. A "grab skipper"
is a short iron-pry or hinmer. - A
"beaver "gniterman" or "swamper"
Is a man who clears the ground oi un-dorbrnsh-
A. -Jagltpo.t' Is an Irregular
pile of logg or a. "conteraptuonfc exprea-
slon appjled to an uaskMful p'eee of
work." A "Jam cracker" "lop; watch"
ur "heac" dpjvor" Is an expert river
driver A "hoao push" or "itraw bws"
s a sub foreman "Jobber's sun" is "a
term applied to the moon In a 'Jobber's
lor contractor's logging camp oa ac-
count of the early and late hours of
cornmeicsng and ending work."
Hot wo sre only In "J" an& half of
the good words sk'pped Mupb of tWs
lnngnage at once technical and terse
and full of snap and crash should be
with the lumberjack's outtlt to leave
camp; "slough pig." a second rale
driver; to "aoea ' r "nlpe" lo round
off tho eaft of n log; "pokelogan" or
"lognn" ft bs or pocket Into which
loss may float during a drive "pecky"
SMS3f" unsound; "peaker the top
The best collect'on of rauncular lun
gunge that has cume Into this office for
sotHe time New York Sun.
U'Ue wonder that the irle. so bold.
'" decorathc in outline aud beurtns a
rower of exfiislte coloring g0 marveV-
ouJy formed should make ia strong.
ok appoal to the arilstio Japaneso.
Fiom these fproroost gwdenera of jho
world hHs came a strain of Irises that
F. .-.i cf Biilvnl.H- O.. laid
inr ; 'jf dlnii- i nu ul i.la palnr
.. s-y. "TUey a pen rem.
Jor ' " r e-.omacn DMHruM .
.. ..... .- . . ... -. .
cxiiutlpatv ete.' Outran il at all
.a. vis. uuuu Ms ai ilii
(true tiotr prtee Mc
'm k-re fiom ykU! tji
1 he Puzzling Th'nfls' TrTat Happen to-
NVsrly every one Is familiar with
stories- of evohta that foreshadow
death seys Pearson's Weekly. Tho
write? ot this article is personally
acquainted with a family who nro bus.
ceptllile to a certain warning and
once had the untunny experience of
Jiearlng It tinnsolf.
One night a child lay 111. In tho
room next to it the governess slpu
On the following morning she spoke
of a tapping at her window during
the night nnd tvbs surprised to see
Hint the father of the child vus violent-
ly affected by her remark. The child
died early on tie following niornivt;.
Sorao yews afterwards the witter
In company with a member of this
family and some other friends was
tea ted In a room playing cams.
Suddenly he heard three dial I nit
taps at a large French window whict
opened into the garden. Looking up
his gaze met th.it of his friend's.
'and he saw a sadden pallor come into
lie Utters face. Afterwd he men-
tioned the occurrance and rete.ed
the reply that it was the death tap
he hnd heard. Surely enough a te)e-
grain arrived On the ICilOVWng opyi
to say that his friend's granjmottier
occurred In the
writers own famllj A iady dreamel
that she was Journcing to ine wes:
cf England. At SwiLdotn shf left the
train slid waited In the waiting roiin
until . branch connection arrivd.
SutT9eniy the looked ui at he c'.oik
and saw that it registered 7.18. At
fhnt moment a dene ol.-KkntiS ctnio
ovtr the scene and she rtiicmbr'.d
The next day the nes ari'ved ttat
ber mother had died at T 15 that samv
morning in her home In the west oi
Liife is full ot llUle in.xiMcublo
mysteries. They occur every dy and
arc passed by ns being merely ordin-
ary. Whenever the conversation tm'a
en telegraphy or the oc ult scie:jvs
there is always some one "Jiith a 'ory I
of the mysterious to teil.
About ten years ago n a !rge
cpen tract of land in tbt north of
London j now fortunately coerei with
red brick villas i a number of boyj
were playing cri.ket. Suddenly uure
came a loud humming noise like the
combined dronins of thousands ft
bees and a great stone larger thin
a man's fist wfoisaed across thet-tr.trr
of the pitch and embedded ttst-lf in
a bank. Almost immediate ' was
followed by another and then a third.
Although they waited in hiding fur
wme time there was no repetition of
the mytscrious missies. The nuee'ion
then aroure: Where could they have
come from? The nearesi house ws
ouite 400 yards away and a machine
To have sent these large stonts whirl-
ing at tiich a lrlghttol j.oce over Mi
distance woulo be rather an citnoidl.
nnry article of furniture lor a subur-
ban villa. So the cause of this remark
nble decurance yet requires explai..i
In the tame dlstrlrt a few years
back four young men were seated In
a room playing whist. Suddenly mit
after. midnight the door which h- d
been latched opened slowly until it
had reached Its fullest limit.
In surprise Iff plujeru looked tip
but no one was stantlfng in Hie door-
way. Then ere one of the:n could
move the door !coly clueoa itnail
again. Immediattly one of the ouu
men Jumped tip pulled the door oprn
and stared up and down the hall lew
tli ere was absolute siitnee and no una
Some years ago a gentleman yna
Beafd at a table btwrtly writing At
tho moment he was alone in the ho'tc!.
Suddenly he heard the patter of ten
outside the door and tthon the Sound
of n dog barking. G ting outside t'.w
room he saw to his surprise that nW
dog hnd found lta way front the gar-
den into the house ami for tome rea-
son was violently barking.
Crash) The room behind him wai
suddenly in darkneas and smell -l
esctllliug gas prcvaded 4hr air l)liv
ly he understood what had happened
ami hurried to mmI up ihri jiokti
pipe of the chandelier i'he lam r u is
l)iS in a thoiutan pieree ou the floor
Hut fur the mysterious Instimt 'h..t
caused the dog to enter the "oiut and
rtttrhrt this geniteman'. attt-ntion uo
would probabl) have been killed br
the falling handcller. for he had be-n
sitting dltei-tly lKne-ah.
Hut there te no end to the number
of similar experiences until one is
leo to belirne that there are luai.y
iuysterious forn-s kt wurL oi wu.-h
we btue no conceptlou.
Little Blmer--Papa. what Is a crit-
ter lrot Ilroadlicad- A critic uy son
is n parson who coujdu't have done
it himself -i-ruok.
She But I thought joti said you
.Me WI did but 1 spent It all
trylog to get your-3omenrUle Jour 1
Maslo ana Mathematics. '
In Syracuso Auelina .Jlattl during her
recent visit told a reporter how sh.
had recently been teaching music tCai
llttln ln..lA.n.!.l f I
....... .uuo.avuu (HI
"Tbis Jlttle girl." she said "J0 a de
light. Her questions and answers are
wttrt7ta7n .LTmedr" . . .Tl
- .."'" . .
- MUJ nHD OAUIallllUL' IC IlPr THAI
meaning ox the signs T and 'ff.' ?
- - - ..-v.
I tmld tneans forte. Now if "f ' ineana
forte what does "ff" meant
" 'Eighty' eald the JittJe girl."
RCFUSINO THg REPORTERS
cWscter ofPubflc Officials Who tohun
ReprecentaTlves of the Press.
tFrom the Itoston Uortlld.) . . .
The other day dispatch Informed the
pulillo that nowtpaprr reporter were not
t he admitted to the Porianrouth Navy
Yard while Hie peace onfexenee was ih
progress a meet useless Impertinent a
few days before one prominently spoken
of as a candidate for nn Important public
plseo declared as if this w-ra his pttvate
business that h hul nithnr o mv ti
nowspnper men a ir tho neusimpers
would hbe nothing to v f Mm. These
are sample Instances. Tlicie ire ninny
like tbum. vny oiue It h while we s
betrayed a dlstxwltlon on tte part of
seme of our less-knovin fellow-cltrzenR.
who may b- momentarily interesting the.
puMie to treat with crude Imlalit. or
W'lth an astitrptlon of hungry In-lt-natlon.
thoso bi'y men wkvM (ask It Is
to $ the pnbllr informed of what l
going on In tht world. It may he In-
deed that the ftnblic li rometlmes grevdv
for tn forme i Ion which ought not to b
fuUshefl K. but that
furnished with such Information
ajiy tne putHlc's fault Any rewpnror
would be foolish to print what tht pub-
lic dots nt desire vesldes vie mriy i.l-
le paudtred to by some one
We are Inclined to the opinion Rfui a
if-iisonnhty Ions; experience that those
who rmsenl the supposed Itttruaton of th
"- " ur men oi mere i.o
mr-ntm-v lmnnm-9r nnt mmihv !.
tiny are quite mistaken as to Uie func-tl'-$
and tW value of the reporter ThM"
nu b llfti-d up by the selection of the
rt which they cemnmmt for nn unvsual
put Pse or they may be gossiped it s
i tin possible Incumbents of a I ublic of-
arthy ir.iy he cr-rneiedfna mar-
-L g cr In a wrth or it a death which
or onp irason or nrnturr I Justly .twl
proily lntereftB to he public. Th
! n th. t possesses such person of teiii-
pct.iy Interest Is usually that tholr
priH.y Is being Intruded upon; that tbu
hi-. lt lug annocd and persecuted fer th.
rraHtKatlon of the suronUy t tn re-
POrltr himself whose unpieasa t duty tt
Is to gather anl present what the pubUe
e'es'res to know. Such a persor muy re
assured howevr that the reporter la no
mure plfruwd tvlth the taalc ot visiting
him and Interviewing him thnn is he to
receive the agent of the newspaper The
reporter Is a very Intelligent crvant of J
the public. Ills duty Is t6 And out what
the public wishes to know about ftnd It
viiually has the right to know what h
setj. Moreover as a rule It Is bet for
ihe public that It should have the Infor-
mation which the reporter seeks. Wo
nrr not going into a defense of the
publication of the news of crime and
of vice simply because that is tiot our
present subject; but we may be permuted
to say in passing that much of the news
of crime and vlee which is scorned by
persons whose fastidiousness is mainly
due to igitoranoe or folly is fer the n'ornl
hcilth of the community. But w will
confine our obsensAtloas 'o tliose who r-
tnt the so-called Intrusion of repettere
into what they are pleased to oall 'heir
pi hate affairs nffalra as wo have Inti-
mated that arc likely to be public
It Is also true of soolt ngartnslve and
sometimes obstreperous Ignorors erf th-j
press that whw they want farc-rs of tho
public none nk so eergerly as thej- fot
the notice of the pross. Then they tock
out the editor the reporter unci the cor-
repondent. They may repulse the re
porter who asks thutn for their tompor-
ary Infotmatlon for tho public good but
many of lhcm fall on their kneos be-
fote him when they want him to ndv.tno
thelr privati Inter cvits. Then the julior
and the reporter become their frlond unit
thy asuln prove tnflr unworthlnese by
their Inadvertent sooplmnuy.
The real man. who Is beforo the public
for ib public's v'ood knows that th
community Is probably coneurned with
him: that It W xseised Of a proper de-
sire for adwpjate ImfonnMhin oenosm-
lug public affairs or concfMlng any
mattters of general Interest anil lm-
poitance or oouci-rnlng persons who hav
made tbe'tnseli or who lu.vo been
made nf Interest to their nnlg'libors. Much
a man r-coprIUT in the reporter an in-
tolllgeut nnd hard-weridnc tnembor nf
society and a usetul put lie servant lie
rei.!izes he vhIik as well as the owr
of the pi ess. but he never nskd jfor
the nsslstanre ot the latter for he knows
that he will rtvrtre It wluui the ptiblh:
can bo buiiellted by his pub! I: employ-
mont. It i nay In- aalil il'it. -is a "ill.
only thtwe wh" tk-tene viy Pttle of th
uresa nn! whi tretil t.- look down up-
on raueh that It dea in'MuclIng the work
of the reporter beg humh) and putus-
tontly for its avers uml they may rest
uiuured ttua.1 no one intdcrst mds thr-m
letter nJ values them more lustly hnn '
the keeay4 olafervtinl thuuubtful
Are You Ucinp Allen's Foot-Eaae?
Shake Into your shoos Allen's Koot-
Kas. a iMw4er. it cores Corns Bunions
Painful Smarting". Ilet Swollen feet.
M all Drugvlsts and Shoe Stores 35c.
It anythlni; went nnusi ut the oQee
today whioh a want ad. may remedy
and you liaeteaed to fix up the want ad.
you may step worrying utxiut the mat-
ter. THE AMERICAN SMELTERS
(By Astoclatod Vross.)
New York Aug 25. The American
Smelters Securities company have de-
clared a quarterly dividend payable
today of 1 per cenL
CONSTIPATION Is a crowding of
- the bowels with fecal matter
that Is not carried off by the natural
passage. It Is caused primarily by lack
of oertaln elements In the focd which
tend to more or lees Imperfect dlges
tion and to hardening of tite fecal mat-
ter to sluggish torpid liver and to
lack of secretions In the nature of lu-
bricating flclds In the bowels and m
CALIFORNIA PRUNE WAFERS
supply the lacking elements in the
food and also act as. a. gejitle tonic en
the glands which recreate the gastr.c
Juices the bile and other elements.
CALIFORNIA PRUNE WAFERS
if taken as directed will positively cure
the most obstinate cases of Constipa-
tion Biliousness Torpid Liver Indl
gestton etc. so as to stay cured. 100
wafers 25 cents.
J. N. WaltB.ee Pharmacist
J. N. WALLACE Pharmacist.
g Is how in and we
Guthrie. LortDO No. 3 I. O. 0. F.
Moeto every Monday night at 7:30
Vclock at Odd Fellows hall corner
Tcrriton and Drond.
l L. Dilllngs Xcble Grand.
M. L. Strough Secretary.
Oklahoma Encampment No. 1 I. O
0. F. fleets every Wednesday night
at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall.
F. A. Meystte 0. P.
P. K. Abbctt Scribe.
Renfrew Division Na. 3 Uniform
Rank K. of P. Mefe u second w; I
fourth Friday nights nt Masonic hall
119 East Oklahoma avenve.
G. E. Dunnlca Capt&lc
W. T. Warren Recorder.
Knights and Ladles of Security
meets the first and third Fridays
evening of each month in the Odd Fel-
lows hall. Visiting members cordially
'J. E. Segraves Jas. N Anderson
Kartranltt Poit No. 3 a A. rt.
Meets on first and third Fridays tn
each month at 7:30 p. in. In Odd Fol-
M. L. Mock" J. H. Tatt
Adjutant Post Com.
Guthrie Commannar Cnights Temp-
lar meets second and fourth Monday
nights In each month at tielr asylum j
In A. F. & A. M. hall. Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
F. A. A.. Guthrie CojqcII Nt. T4J
Fraternal AM Association. Meets er
.rr Weunesday night In Odd Fellows
hi.l comer Harrison and Broad. Visit-
ing men hers alw&ja welcome.
CANTON GUTHRIE No. 5 Patrl-
arch's Militant. 1. O. O. F. Regular
assembly every second and fourth
Tuosday night In each month in Odd
Fellow-' hall. Visiting Chavallers
P. K. Abb-ilt Com'dt.
W. J. Barnhsrt Clerk.
Guthrie Chapter No. 2 Order of th
Eastern Star. Meets In the Masomo
Temple every second and fourth Fri-
day evenings In each month.
Hortense Doye W. M.
P. M. I.. Ray Secretary.
A I. Hlxon W. P.
5jsL l"l "I 8 X
On August 30 1905 there will be a total
Eclipse of the Sun
The only artificial Sun Light to be found in
Tnthrie is a
Better get one now and be ready for the Eclipse.
SEE THE GAS COMPANY.
Our Stock of
can give you the best
money that was ever oflerecL
COME AND SEE.
I. O. R. M. Meeta every Tuesdij
night In K. of P. hall visiting chleft
Frank B. Barber Sdchem
H C. Barney Chief o2 ReconJe.
Gulhrle Loaae No. Z K. of P. Meets
erery FiJr'ay night in Masonic Hell
! l19 ast Oklahoma avenue.
L. S. Page
G. E. Dunnlca
K. of R. & y.
Guthrlo Lodge No. 1 A. O. U. W
meets every Thursday night in tht
new Masonic h&ll on East Oklahoma
Visiting brothers welcome.
E. H. Ruthvan M. W.
W. J. Leatherman Recorder.
Guthrie Chapter IV. No 6 R. A. M
meets tho first nnd and third Friday
nights in each moth at A. F. ii A. M
hall VlcUlng cothpanlons alwaya w el
Co. A First Regt. Ok. N. 2. Meett
every Wednesday nlgbt at 7:30 Id
Annory lull 106 West Harrison ave.
G. E. Dunnlca. Captain.
C. 8 Curran Orderly Serstfnt.
Guthrie Comrnanaery No. 1 Knight
Templar. Meets every Wednesday
evening at 7130 at tholr Asylum ir
tho Masonic Temple. Visiting Sir
Knights always welcome.
Woodmen of the World Guthrie
Camp No. 3. Meets every Tuesday st
7:80 p. m. In the Woodmen ball over
Spencr hardware store Vlcltfiis
Wm. Connelly Con. Com.
Guthrie Lodge No. 426 B P. O. E.
Meets tie second and fourth Tue
day nights of each month in Elk hall
H. W. Pentecest E. R.
J Foucart.- 6eci"etary.
Modern Woodmen of Awtrl-
ca. meets eery Tvtsday ev-
ening in I. O. O. F. bail
corner of Harrison and Broad
Visiting Xeighbora cordially
D. SL Tl DUETTS Ofrssel.
J. Ji BREWER. Clerk
Naomi Rebekah Lodpe No Z. I. O.
O. F. Mets frat third Tnesdaj
nights of every nontn iz Cud Fellows
Lucy Hervtlg Noble 6-sxd.
Maggie Milam Seexury.
Frequently bath! ng- is one of the best ways to keep cool
and comfortable this hot sultry weather and this is the
place to come for many thing trmt make bathing 4 lux-
..ry a.d a pleasure. Toilet soaps of. all kinds big thirsty
sponges flesh brunes. bath '
.sprav) batli tablets sea
sail and then the bath
catriuig soothing talcum
powders toilet waters etc.
OF VALUABLE PRESCRIPTIONS
goods for the least
W. Okla. Ave.
ATTORNEYS AT LAV.
Attorney at Law.
Office in Adler Block South Bide Okla-
ORVILLE T. SMITH
1C9 S. Division. Telephone C54.
Special attention tc the law of Cor-
porations Real Property and Insur-
ance. Guthrie Okla.
Virgil M. Hobbs Guttave A. EMxon.
HOBB6 & ERIXOK
Rooms 6 antl 7 Spurlock Bldp;
PERRY T. McVAY
THE STRAIGHT LINE."
The St. I outs 51 Reno & Western
GUTHRIE TO EL RtMO.
QUICK SERVICK AND THE BEST
T. L. Wolf Traffic Manager.
lCStt R. Okla. Ay. Guthrie Okla.
THE ROYAL HOTEL
Van Duyn & Baton Props '
Rates 11.00 and ?2 E0 per day.
Leading Hostelry in Guthrie.
J. D. CRAY8
Guthrie Towel Supply.
Towels and aprons of all kinds fas
nlshed at very reasonable rates. Se
mo before you buy. J. D. Craye.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATK.
M. LUTHER. WEST.
Fhe A Notary
Insurance S Public
R. R. CARLIN
Largest Inaurance Agency
Phone 431. Room 1
OKLAHOMA DISTRIBUTING AGEriCY.
Systematic tlstrtbntors of all kluas of Ad
TesuftioE matter vu:
Samples tacking signs etc. Contract so-
Uclled. Satisfaction guaranteed
GKO M. DtOKOF'P.Mer
Rooms U. KM K Otla Ave Gutbrie.OkU.
Dr. Daisy Dennltton
210 1-2 E. Oklahoma Ave.
ConM-JUtion Fiee. Phone.
DRUG fl STORE
EDWARD NICHOLS PfiOP.
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