Red Men meeting Iroquois tribe Sep 22 1901

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Red Men meeting Iroquois tribe Sep 22 1901 - and the lack of important - business....
and the lack of important - business. Springfield lodge No. S3 held a very interesting meeting at Its hall last Tuts day night and conferred tt.e rank cf Knight in amplified form. Vlalting brothers from Atlss Iclre No. 213 and present ana after the cermonles those prosf nt adjourned to Uourquerofs and feasted on good thirsts until a late hour. Pome of the Polk county boys thought it was a put - up job on them to keep them up late and fill them with loe cream so they would not be abls to play good ball on he next day. Ozark Council will hold its regular session next Monday night and a pleasant pleasant time Is anticipated. There will be four candidates for initiation and fone vary important business to come before the council, and after the reguliT work It is on the program that the Grand Oriental degree will be conferred in all Its splendor as there are several of the members who are ansious to become princes. Tho oeneflt certificates of new members are now ready. Those who hare not yet received them will please come to the meetiug and sign for them. their regular meeting, and there was very fair attendance, though there were not es many of the members present ss usuaL The unexpected cold weather was the cause of the decreased attendance. attendance. Contrary to tho general rule in the Iroquois meetings, there were na degrees degrees conferred at Friday night's nuet - ing. Of late there have been a number of additions to the lodge, and almost every meeting has witnessed the conferring conferring of one or more degrees. There was nothing of his kind this wee. The a ! for Red Mon kr.A their friends on Fra ternal day at the Fort Smith street fau nae about resulted favorably. It is now confidently expected that the rate will be made. Springfield and Fort Smith railway officials will recommend the low rate and Red Men will not be slow in profiting by the road's liberality. Over 75 south elde Red Men have already signed to take the trip and after last evening's connc 11 cf Iroquois tribe it was slated that as many men from that end of town would strike the trait With nendio suit over th r,l. , the , i. .u,. ., m.i - - r Vk " ,M,fci; .:"r " " "rV " KNICIIT3 and LADIES OFSfCCURITT. Oiip.n rnur.ril KnLits and Ladic. of ' C.pnrffv lipl.l their rnniT.ir meetine in the Royal Arcanum hail Thursday night and electtd the following officers: E. A. Barbour, presl.it - nt; F. M. Doolittle, ! first vice rresMent; Ta.il Elit - nburg, sec - 1 ond vice president; Mrs L. A. Rock. 1 prelate; Mrs. D. C. Toi.ni:, financial sec - ! retary; Mrs. F. M. Doo'.ittle, trnasurer; ; A. Y. Rosa. iKiu Juctor; Jlrs. J. W. S.ott ! guard; Jake JIarx, s - nuacl. Thire was s very good aitenOnn.t and mu:h ln - ' terest was nianl.Vsttd in the elet il m. ' The election was the only bujlj"s of Importance before the t.'dge, but il wni so spirited, that much tlite was con - sumed. The Irviuols ui'..e. the rorth side lo'l"e, of I:nprovoI OH r of Rfd Men. met in the O.ld Fellow, hall on Commercial Commercial street Friiisy niclit It was THE GREAT . MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE, Guaranteed superior to all clhcis. 1 he price C:r.::!(Tni!:.b::3 Cnfrr - rv - I Sreet. was brought by the Iroquois tribe against the Denton Avenue M. E. church to obtain possession of the piano recently recently given away by the north aid? merchants, merchants, is set down to be tried before W. W. Wiikerson, Justice of the peace, on next W ednesday. Septemlwr 25. The piano was awarded to the church, rn a number of votes which, the Red Men claim, greatly outnumbers the to.il num ber of vote given out by all the mer chants combln - Mt The church on the ' other hand claims to have di - x - ove - cd : fraud In the votes cast by the Red Men, 1 and the tight promises to be a biiter, j and hard fought one. Both sld s bavt made libelons charges, which hire en - ! gendered much bitter feeling, anl the who!, north side is involved. Tin crt - j come of the l!tl;:r.t,.rn Is being wanted with ranch Interest The Red Men were all the time almost certain of the vie - ' tor', and adverse count of the Totes, for them, and the orerwliplming majority of the church cisde th - m 6j?ricious, and an InvestUatioa foliocd whicc revealed revealed circuniiinnces which the Red i Men refuse to ilimlfe until (he uit comes up for trial. The m.x - tir.g Friday nisht adjourned curly because of the diarth of Importmt business. Iroquois tr!l.e will meet sc.iln In the OJd FclViws h!l or. Ommerci.il street next Triilay night, Septembet 27. . The Kitiwa Improved Or "t - jr cf K'd ATea h - lJ tteir weekly asevinc oa TVe.tawir.y evening, fopte - nt - r 18 There wss a very good attfni.ec. anJ if a very Interesting nun'tlng i the re - A suit There was no b - ine ss of lunch j Importance to com. r'f re tie j.etici. f Tlire were no kc - res to be e - n.f.rred, , ar;d there m rc r..' r - rw n.Tn'.i'rs to Hf taken Into the tV.t - e. Much Inter.! H : tir.g maniiitred tu the Ki. a t:i rn j t piano t jntciit ol 'te 1 w erest In the l.'.e Is ; rrvlr'.rr .roor.f tre merr.lKr. or tne M - I I oa xrlNe. rinoe the adv.ct of cco'.rr T .Iji - r. .:.d th. m.etinri are biN'.ni;r.r i the year. A safe estimate Is tint Red Mm from this city will he In line at Fort Smith, "We Insure persons of every avoca - Ho! Who has a bujy or your tires rcs;t cn one set U Q . Manufactured by the S'andard Tire A J u ii I I the ou'o'fne of t. I ; Ir.iqu.i! tl.t. In! wetai - r. sr.a tn. me - eTinrs .re uj - t - .ni.i.5 m ire fntr.tin The 0ie - ; Wrteea - jl dy niiht w - a b - i.f one TheKlJMJ ork. hat tire, are ing tix rrjuch il'.ih No mire gues ' nut anv rti e of gi lurtne It l'.a.ir.g onecf lint TIRE S.tlTi'i.S TOJke of th? put ir I ii:, ir 1. d. All work thorov;!.:y wimr.. - eX Jim 1 b lit t'u - ir rit regu;ar tntir.g 00 133? Docniillc 5L ijit !iit. ? - ;:ctntr 23. 7t.e rt ciCt 'o .vjrc a $."') rat. I

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  1. Springfield Leader and Press,
  2. 22 Sep 1901, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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