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title: 'The Muskogee cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Territory, Okla.) 1901-19??, September 08, 1904, Image 12',
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Vs. T. HEARNE, Circulator & City Ed.
Mr. James Chiamof So. 2nd St.
in very sick,
G. L, Trigg and daughter, Miss
Minnie, left Sunday evening for
St. Louis to visit the Pair.
Mrs. Young of So. 2nd St, ha9
been sick but is now convales
cent. Rev. wm. Lagrone of So. mc
Ailster visited our sanctum and
subscribed for theCimeter.
A lot 100 x 140 with a two room
house on same, for $750 cash.
This is a bargain.
A 4 room house, and lot 100 x
140, for $1100. See or write
w. H, Twine, Muskogee, I. T
Miss Kattio Terry from St. Joe,
Mo., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
J. (Cooty) Johnson of Wewoka
spent Tuesday in Muskogee.
Lewis Price of Keota was in
the city thia week,
E. ft. MoDaniel of So.M'Aleater
and other places spent a day
with us this week.
Hillard Taylor of Boley, I. T.
pa99ed through from Ft. Smith,
Ark. enrout homo.
Steward S. MoCuilough has ac
oeptod the position of stenogra
phy with W. H. Twine.
Mrs. Chap. Ezell of Boyntorj is
visiting her uncle J. E. Smith 18
R. Wright and T. Vaughn vis
ited ralequah this week.
Misses Ada and E'hel Brown
ing spent some of the week in
J. B Aldridgo of Paris Texas
was in the city this week
Miss Misher Branham of Dal
Branhara of Dallas, Texas, who
has been visiting th Misses Wat
son of Talequah passed through
hero Sunday enroute home.
Miss Alberta Watson of Tale
quah spent Sunday here.
Mr. Henry Colo, wife, mother
amd aister-law of Ft. Smith, Ark.
ai e in the city.
Mr. A. L. Lawson of Green
ville, Texas is here vieiintr his
sister, Mrs. S. w. ward of So. 3rd
Misses Lula, Hester and Belle
Douglass will leavo Saturday for
Nashville, Tenn,. where they will
enter Fislc University.
Mr. T. J. Elliott of Muskogee
and wagoner will soon open an
up-to-date merchantile business
in tho Wiley Jones' building on
So. Second St His line will con
sist ut gent's ready to wear
clothing, shoes, merchant tailor
ing, notions and in fuct a first
class line of haberdashery.
The following from Talequah
registered at the Trigg Hotel this
city, Misses Kattie, Lula and
Peggie Ross, Lucinda Richard
son and Churlotte Johnson.
Mr C. B. Groom's family ar
rived from Greenville Tex. They
expect to make Muskogee their
Hon. L. T. Brown of Talequah
spent Sunday is Muskogee.
Miss Crystial wtztson of Tale
quah feft Sunday for Denieon.
Tex. where she will attend school.
The following program will be
rendered by the Fortnightly Cul
ture club at the C. M. E church,
Friday evening, September 16,
1904, at 8 p. m.
Invocation Chaplain .
Roll Call (Quotations from
Reading from Dunbar Prof.
C. A. Biggers.
Meoitai.on (Cabin Philosophy)
Mr. E.T. Hearne,
Solo Miss Thompson.
Paper Mrs. A. T. Waring, ,
Male Quartet Selected.
Solo B. F. Brown, Jr.
1 Resolved that the Ne
Debate. y-groes shold support tho
J Nat'l Liberty Party.
Affirmative W. S. Peters.
Negative Prof. H. N. Johnson.
In the United StateB Court for tho Wes
tern District of the Indian Territory
sitting at Muskogeo, I. T.t October
Mollio MeClure. Plaintiff " Equity
Thomas MeClure, Defendant J 5507
The defendant. Thomas MeClure is
hero by wurnod to appear in this court '
within thirty days and answer the com-
plaint of plaintiff, Mollio MuChire. j
Witness tho Honorable Charles W.
Raymond, judge of said court, and the
seal thereof, at Muskogeo, Indian Ter
ritory, this the 25th day of August, 1904
P. B. Harrison, Clerk.
By Chas, T. Runyan, Dep.
A. McRea, Attorney for Pltf .
P. R. Price, Att'y for non-resident De
fendant. First Publication August 25, 1904.
Dr R. H. Waterpord.
Diseases to women and children sucucHfn
treated. Also dtronio dlso.ujs of nun
Office, lol 1-2 N. Main St.
Residence 813 S. Main St
The Popular . . .
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
E. L. SAMUELS.
140 South Second Street,
DR. J. BOSTON HILL,
PHYSICIAN & SUROEON
Office Hours: 7 to 9 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m,
At offtco all night. Next dourto Creek
203 South Main Strket.
Fisher & White
DENTAL parlors .
Reem 5-7-9, Crlln tit4inf .
CORNER THIRD AND OKMULtfEE.
Wo use tho boat material and do high
grade work at prices within reach of
all soecial pricos on gold crowns and
ridge work Have your the'eth saved be
' foro its too late
' SATISFACTION OR
IHItI TIPh , My$j& 'WSw
Ihe Be3t People to
North Main St. :
an. 'u ii 1 1 1 '
GLOYD - LUMBER - CO.
Taking The Stump
To tell. about our lumber. It is
put forward to win the approval
ofthe lumber users of this sec
tion and when its gocd points are
appreciated .it will certainly do
so. We see no satisfaction or
profit in handling low grade
stock. Neither will consumers
when they learn that the finest
lumber by the foot but piecos by
the inches, '
Spot Cash Store
BIG LINE OF SPRING MILLINARY!
Shirt Waist Suits, Shirt Waists, Corsets, Hosiery,
Muslin Underwear, Dry Goods, Tin Ware and
Enameled Ware, Queens Ware, and Glass Ware.
West Broadway, TU P P I Tl
Muskogee I II L lAlK,
Durfey Hardware Company
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Tinware, the Celebrated Monarch
Ranges, everyone guaranteed, Builders' Toole, etc, A11 Kinds of
Tin Work and Plumbing, Refrigerators and Ice Coolers.
R. A. GIVENS,
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Etc.
Just opened in front of U. S. Court House, and has just re
caive my fall line of Jewelry which ia strictly first-ol ass and
up-to-date in every respect. I oarry nothing but the best
goods and of the latest design. My prices are reasonable.
Call and see the latest whether you want to buy or not.
North Second S
YOUR MONEY BACK
IMJUifOrrrlLf 111 MW3 SZ i- ji ii?i
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Trad With.--Try lhem.
: : Muskogee, I. T
III North Second Street.
Muskogee, lnd. Ter.