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title: 'The Muskogee cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Territory, Okla.) 1901-19??, September 08, 1904, Image 1',
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Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, September 8, 1904-
Ttema Gleaned by Our Corres
pondent of This Progressive
Rentieville, I. T., Aug. 31.
Supt. J. W. Walton of Katy R.
U. has decided to make Rentie
ville a flag: stop for the local pas
senger and freight trains.
Mr. Wm. Rentie has just com
pleted a splendid store house and
will put in a good supply of dry
goods and hardware.
All eyes on Rentieville. Come
and buv lots while they aie chop.
Mr. G. W. Coodsey has just
completed a splendid dwelling
house which will do honor to the
town of Rentieville.
Mis. A. J. Cooper has just
moved in her new building on
Mr. J. P. Pointer has just op
ened up business in his new
Prof. J, J. Hudson is doing a
Mr. G. W. Cookseyand family
have moved into their now build
ing on Main St. V. H D.
old, 15 hands kigh, branded "H"
right thign, branded "Con the
jaw, wire cut on the left fore leg,
white nose, white spot on right
shoulder stolen August 2t, are
ward offered for their return.
(Above description answers for
both only one is eight years old.
two abla sermons.
Mr. James Corbray and Miss
Effie M. Pyle3 was quietly mar
ried at the home of the groom,
Saturday night. Mr. Corbray
is a farmer and" stockman and
one ofthe leading citizens of the
Creek nation. Miss Effie is the
s)..t,rMit nf T-T KV Pvles. She
was born in the state of Tennes
see, taught school there 4 years.
The couple has our best wishes.
Sawalaand Ridge Items.
The post office has been moved
from Sawokla to Hoskell.
Mr. Billy Grayson has put in
a. stock of Groceries at Haskell.
Willie B. Pyles ison the fciak
list this week.
Miss Cora and Ed Eubanks are
Miss L. a. Jefferson commence
school at Ash Creek this week
Miss Jefierdon is a good teacher.
Mr. Dan Howard has a nice
Mr. James Corbray has just re
turned from St. Louis where lie
went to carry 250 head of 4 year
old fat steers for himself and
brother. Harrj ; and sold the
Mr, Hackles Corbray spent a
few days in St. Louis la3t week,
and visited the fair.
Mis Alma Sims will teach
school at Cold Creek this sesBior"
We are glad to have with us one
U Muskogee's best young ladies.
Rev. J. E. Roy Pai(1 ua a viafc
last week, while here, preached
(Items concerning lodges will ap
pear regularly under this head).
New Prospect Lodge No. 77,
F. & A . M . is doing nicely and
increasing its membership, Bro.
Alex Clark is W. M. and ?? the
right man in the right place. No
Trinity Lodge No. 14 will on
its next regular meeting initiate
several candidates in the myster
ies of the order. ,
Hungerford, Texas, Sept. 5, 04
Mr. W. H. Twine,
Dear Sir: I have a letter
from our friend, Henry C. Child0,
your circular was enclosed. Per
mit me to say that -you are doing
a piece of Missionary work.
When you succeed you will have
deserved the name of a hero. All
I can say and do at present, is to
send you my happiest approba
tion, and every effort of yours
shall be awarded with the high
est success, that you shall live to
a realization of your fondest
hones and ambition. I admonish
vou and all of you, don't grow
weary for I believe that you have
the guidance of the great bpirit
who helps us all.
Permit me to say, that in add
ing Henry C Childs to the popu
lation in your Territory, you
have one of the highest type of
human being and manhood.
I am yours for success,
M. 0. Lewis,
4ISto whom this may concern-Greeting: w
4JS Dear friends : This appeal comes t, you unasked for by W
only the subscribers to it. We wish to say that we are e.ti- yU
iK ' f M,,lrnn-ee and the Creek nation, Knowing as we doKiy
W.... .J:.!' ( n, Rii-pt BaDtist ohuroh of this oity, Us;
4Vneeds, etc., and knowing that if it is allowed to stand as it to W
ft through the winter, that these Kood people will not y loeJK
mJk .... . j u4. n ho without a wlaco in which toMA
ili what tney nave u'.ud uuu n - - . w
flVvnrahin. we have therefore joined ourselves together and
flSask all who will to join in protecting these walls by putting a ty
froof on that building. We have selected the Creek Bank as
i where vou can go and make your deposits in favor tft
W . ,,., - ..u w- n naainh railroads and other enterpris- ku
w oi mis cnuiuu. w
W . lets heln tho church we will than an wnu vm -
. VF - - - .
VIS ute to this worthy cause.
HV 1 mANVJE VUM3H iiM-
R. Wood, President. Sty
Dr. R,H. Waterford, Vice i'res. t-4
H. A. BrookB, Vice President.
Lewis Whipple, "
W. II. Twine. " "
vn WnftiAP. R. P. Brown, H,
LSk Jl.'-', '
.... x u twj T.r, Edwards. Robert Wordlow, A. L. .
& Norwood, L. A. Kelly, R. H. Morris, O. L. Mitchell, D. Natt, W
jkw.H.IIardwick, WU Usdale, Jas. Trimble, Will Allen,
AVE.L. Samuel, Ed Jefferson, C. J. Lowe, S.W.Isaac, P
T Price, C. J. Jones, Dr. Hi!), Dr. Teague, Lawyers Stevens & fy
W Peters. U
HAND MADE CLOTHING,
ALL KINDS OF HATS.
THE MACEO HOUSE
Th Maceo House No. 431 N.
3rd St. This large Lodging and
Rooming nouse nas 10 large any
ooms newly furnished No pains
or cost has been spared in fitting
this house in the latest style.
Your comfort my first consider
ation. My rates are reasonable.
J. M. SMITH, Prop.
' Pavw KicjUardson'fc
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
OP jfiLiL DESCRIPTIONS:
Shirts, Hats. Underwear, Suit Cases,
W. E. McCLURE,
KNOX AGENC?. ENGLISH BLOCK.
Muskogee. - - - - Ind. Ter'v.
MlSKOGElT TITLE & TRUST CO.
ABSTRACTS of TITLE. INSURANCE. SURETY BONOS and REAL ESTATE
Dave Rictfardsoo. - Proo. ' second nd Brodwv.
Farm Loans a Specialty
MUSKOGEE, IND. TER.