The Oklahoma Guide (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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YOL. XXX No. 8
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY OCTOBER i4
HEAR THIS MUSICAL PROGRAM
A Series of Religious addresses by
I.ayuien with musical programs. The
gjrograms will be deliverd by a
teacher he is requested to ask his
class to accompany him.
At Saint Paul M. E. Church Corner
fBroad and Perkins,
Walton Brown, pastor.
October Sunday night li4th, at 8 P.
M. will be the opening of the series.
The program will be opened by pas-
tor and choir.
iDuet Prof.and Mrs. A. J. Scales.
Instruments Solo, Mrs. G--.W. C&rry
(Vocal Solo .Mrs. Davis.
Lay-religious address, Prof. D. G.
Horton, B. S. Principal of. Favor High
Mrs. Parthenia Ml Russel, Vocal
CONTINUOUS HISTORY OP
Growing Patronage by Both Races
The oldest Negro paper in the State.
Entire press outfit owned and man-
aged by the race.
Righteousness, Progress and Liberty
Prof. McKeever of the Kansas Uni-
versity spoke to the public school
sohildren at the St. Ph~j1 M. K.
Church last Friday. He spoke on phy-
sical exercise, work and religion. Tbe
adrress waB practical and helpful.
Wis main object for tarveling over the
state is to make speeches in interest
of the copetition prize for the clean
«at city in the state.
Guthrie Propel turned out in masse
to see and hear Senator Harding. He
made a fiine alppearnce and a splendid
address. Mrs. Harding accompained
the senator and was introduced first.
Mr. Harding said many essential
things for the good of the Govern-
ment and when he is president he
would see that the country was re-
stored to its .proper conditions and
that it would not be a man's govern-
l ment. He a made a profound impres-
1 sion upon the citizens of Logan
' ,r%' "
bounty and Guthrie.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All ildren troubled with worm* hare an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and a* a
rale, there is more er lest stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chili TONIC given regularly
for two or three week* will enrich the blood. Im-
prove the digestion, and act as • Geaeral Strength-
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
hi perfect health. Pleasant to take. Wcperbettte
Say ttwlig K lee ties.
Klfurw published today by the Na
rioaal AesoclaUca (or the Advance-
ment of Colorad People, TO Fifth
Avenve New York, indicate that the
voteof Negroee <n (Northerit States
■say elect the next President
"The 'Negro rote this year' says the
Advancement Association, "will con-
•tltnte the balance of power or Will
approach closely <to being the balance
of power in 8 pivotal states which
hate lt>5 rotes In the electoral col-
The states with their probable Ne-
gro *ote due to immigration and en-
franchisement of women, are given
Illinois, 185,000; Indians, 4r.,000;
Mrs. Enda ">. Mowrad of Portl:
Oregion lias been spending several i.
in and out of Guthrie visiting n -
tives and friends. She is the \ <•«'
president ol the . egro l'ereratcd V.'< ■
rpc"' sClubs of thst ettae. She is c-.i'-
tured and well educated. iMer husb: 1
ie\. Dr. Howard is District Sup
i:i ten dent in the A. A!. Zi.in Cliurc >.
She left the later part ol the c U
for her home.
Mr. E. A. Carter, of Denver, Colo.,
TUBERCULOSIS AN THE "MOVIES"
North Carolina, in five years, has
reduced the reported deaths from tn
berculosis something over five per
In controlling this preventable dis
ease the colored population prcsentE
the greatest difficulties; and here the
state poliily is of special ^interest.
The Health Department through the
Bureau of Tuberculosis, has organi-
sed hundreds of leagues among the
Negroes, one main object if which
is to report to the Department all
cases of tuberculosis to acquaint the
patients and their families with meth-
ods of cure and of prevention and to
supervise theii practice. These lea-
gues, which enrollde over 16,000 mem-
BOOEI1 r. WASHINGTON.
y oi u
Rev. Anderson of Clay Center Kan-
sas a brother of Hon. J. F. Anderson
precahed for the revival at St. Paul
M. E. Church Sunday inght. Dr. -Wade;
pastor of the First Baptist preached
a forceful sermon in the afternoon.
Several of his members came with
Mr. Wade has preacher before the
colored people and has biult himself H- El Bowens
into their confidence.
Rev. C. R. Ross, district superin-
bers in the first year of organization,
. are at work alll over the state; and te dent of the Guthrle Uistrict M
(Kentucky, 150.000; Marylan , ISO,- for the past year the State Bureau :Cburch was Present and took part in _ leather
-- - i. ... .. ... , thi> revival. Hp left Mondav for Den- vjOOQ X^caiuCr
000, Michigan *5.000;
SHOE REPAIRING SHOP
New Jersey, has been helping them with a school revival He ,eft Monday for Den'
12&,0M; Ohio, on wheels. A moving picture car tours iver 10 meet the BlshoP and other sup"
I the state, exhibiting nghtly for a week erlntendents on church business.
75,000; New Torfc,
In each one of these states the' at each place where a league is or-
lirobable >.'egro tote is larger then the ganized.
number of votes necessary t oswing Pictures purely entertaining are
the State. given to draw the crowds. Educatlon-
AEURO WOMEN VOTE HA al and health films are also shown, ai-
"Not so Easily Handled" well as special ones on tuberculosis
That colored women in the South, A trained worker from the Bureai
•nfranchfaed by the Woman Suffrage lectures on health anil sanitation af
Amendment, will be less es^y to in- well as on specific diseases.
limidate out off voting than men. Is The total death rate among Negrno
I he assertion of the Current Bulletin is everywhere much greater 'ha-:
«f the National Association for the i among w hites. In North Carolina it i-
Largest and Best Equipped
Shop in Guthrie.
Advancement of Colored People
still two and one-half times a givat
But this vigorous cooperation villi
the belter class of Negroes for die
health education of the masses should
show appreciable results In the neit
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Brown, Walton D. The Oklahoma Guide (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1920, newspaper, October 14, 1920; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc96283/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.