The Oklahoma Guide (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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Prof. A. j. acme, at Okla.
Sunday, ti cut often called out
t'j ^iag 0.1 special i. era sinus.
Kcv. t~. iri. Combs pastor of the first
Baptist Church at Perry reported his
(work doing fine.
Rev. II. T. Allston working hard to
get. things in order for the A. M. E.
lAnuual Conference which meets here
« nthe 10th of November.
Wantccl-To leln.ild yoi.:j
c Id IT! .31 t1 esi.es v. i. I 11 u I t
them new ty aUst
Nelson Mattress Co
PHONS 850 708 W. NOI L
Rev. O. R. Smort and Rev. Ilr
Young have returned from the Bap-
tist State Convention which met last
week at Hugo.
'The Annual Fair will be held Fri-
day and Saturday at the Langston
The Annual Conference of Ihe
A. M- E. Church will convene at
St. Paul A. M. E. Church on
November 10, 1920 in the city of
Rev. H. T Allston the pastor
is sparing no pains in striving
to make a creditable sho.wine
for Guthrie and her hospitable,
All the ministers has joined ti
help us will you join with them
and help us in our great meelinr
If. I. Ajlston, I'astor in ch^r"<'
Evens Tyree Presiding- Bishe
if 13th- Episcopal District
AGENTS WANTED-on salar
contract to travel in your s t
appointtng local agents for oid
established, sickness, *.ccidm
life insurance in one policy, sim
pie and popular monthly pay
ment plan, industrial or frater-
nal insurance workers preferred
ate expari uc?. Ad ires* "> ipt
413 Westover BIdg.
Kansas City, Mo.
Gary the P ac! o: Opportunity
The Colored peop'.e are leaving the South, 1 hey
are going North for big wages, freedom, better schorls
a man's chance The South has failed in measunnp
up to late idea.
If you desire a home, big wages, eall write or come
to ser me.
J. E. M ASON
Muskogee Ok|; .
First Published >n the Oklahoma
Guide October 14, 1920
Ti D. M. Tibbits Trustee,
Edmond B l.udwig and J
Room 216 Love Building
C. C. CLOTHIER COMPANY
108- 10- 12 West Oklahoma Ave.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers Prompt & Carefu
Attention given to all work entrusted to us;
Phone 46 and 86
"I'was weak and run-down,'
relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, of
Dalton, Ga. "I was thin and
just felt tired, all the time.
I didn't rest welt. I wasn't
ever hungry. I knew, by
this, I needed a tonic, and
as there is none better than—
The Woman's Tonic
and Mrs L. E
•Jackson occupant of the follow
ing described i*eal property situ
atad ii the county of Logan,
State of Oklahoma, to—wit
Lots 23 and 24 Block 59 East
You are hereby notified th: t
the above described lots Vere
tin the 3 d day ol November,
A. I). 1918, i-old by the County |
Treasurer of said Coun y, after
rine and leg il notice of >uch sale
had first been given inthe maner
and f« r the lime required hy law
for the taxes legally levied iheie
on for the year of 1917, which
' axes were due and unpaid, and
the s.iid lots were bid off by
j .ngan Count y it, being the high
m | est. and best bidder theiefot'2 tor
^ t the surh of $17 'i0 each the
lamount of a-. iniula'ed taxes
I penalties co>ts and charges then
; due on said lots and pioper certi
i t'icates of purchase for each lot
Sflj , vvas duly issued to said Logan
j County ami on -Xpri' 5. 1S20 thev
I vere assigned to K. L. Williams
And you are "hereby further
01 | letified that unless redemption
| of said 'ols from s>aid sal" made
by you or or before s'xtyC 0) lays
Negroes Should Boycott E.
Bir^li s^roce.y Store on Capito
BY S. A. CLARK
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fail*
to cure Itching, Blind, Bleedln< or raKnidlng Bll<n.
Instantly relieves Itching Piles, arta you cu get
restful sleep after the first application. Price 60=
ti,. J Birch who run a 3ub
erban grocery Store out near the
out-skirts cf the City has a large
irade among our colored people
He has some out of town trade
among both colored and whiio
But for some cause, the
old cau^e I recon that is the
characteristic of pool white folks
as a rule, success in a business
« ay goeg o the head and causes
them te show inselence and nn-
thankfulness to Negroes as soon
as they begin to get on foot.
I obserye tbat E. J. Birch 1
nut particular al o it my folks
And since that is true, I r>
commend that, we withdraw oui
colored patronage at this store
and send down town and trade
... I began using Cardul,"
continues Mrs. Burnett.
"After my first bottle, 1 slept
better and ate better. I took
four bottles. Now I'm well,
feel just fine, eat and sleep,
my skin Is clear and I have
gained and sure feel that
Cardul Is the best tonic ever
Thousands of other women
have found Cardul JUBt as
Mrs. Burnett did. It should
At all druggists.
from the date ol this not ce, the j vvi th our own colored grocermen
; and white storemen who are
the undersigned, as tiie legui
owner and holder of >. id (' ti1i m^pe COUrteous appreciative
! cate of purchase, will demand . 1 F „
of the Ciunty Treasurer n' ti p business.
ihove named County ti at le
issue to K. L. Williams the i n
dersigned, a proper and vaid t; x
deed for said lots as recp ire i
: 1 d piovd< fi by U.w.
F L. WILLIAMS
Negroes should fioyco t PL
Birch's Storeym < apitol Hill.
Pake warning my good Peopl*
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The recent Kentucky legislature ;tp-
propr^ated $47,000 for the running c -
!'. es of the colored sta .e noi-! !
school, besides providing it with ;>
new dormitory for boys. If jiIvj in-
creased its appr vi L.t-'. for i >o
ored industrial College.
During th past year a numbei- of
counties and towns >n the stntp ) , \ •>
issued bonds i'"r the improvement of
colored schools. Paducah has a li 1
issue of $85,000 fir this purpose, NT;: > -
fipld one of $8,000. to which the i !
zens have added $.'.000, W« 1, -r
county has issued If21,000, i,e\i'".
$ 1: 0,000, Bowling (Jreen $12,00^, •' t
$15)000, Mt. Sterling $14,000. Cyr' .-
ana $l.',090. Tn a croup of 1110111 1
counties friends of Negro educ*" <n
white \ind colored, have given $ '>' ' 0
for colored schoo's. l.ogan c tint =
appropriated $10,000. Many c" m
Rifts ane! appropriations h..ve 1 n
flrove's Tasteless chill I onic
Cypres* Dec y.
Cy ro« wat*r hav« I
nowi t« dftfy for 011 orc •
twrtw of « o*btury.
lieMtoys tiie inaiarUI gprms whicb arr transiiiiiiFd
lo the blood by th« Malaria Musuuko. Prire title
macTV in i\.thrr places for sir.i.Ier
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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/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.