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title: 'The Muskogee cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Territory, Okla.) 1901-19??, October 20, 1904, Image 12',
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jfi.i.il 1i.i 11 Wfc WH
E. T. HEARNE, City Editor.
Frank Gibson of Texas is in the
Dp. Flotchor of Wildcat was in
the city Monday,
Mrs. E. T. Jordan of St. Louis
is in (he city taking a look, etc.
Miss Nannie Ross of Talequah
visitod Muskogee on the 16 Inst.
C. M. Nichols and wile of Co
weta woro in the city on tho 15
Tho colored school of tho city
opened Monday wilh a fair at
Tho finest lino of high grade
shirts and underwear at EL
Mr. OlareneeN Wesson of We
woka spent a fow days in the
city this week.
Rev. Wirdlow of tho Choctaw
nation is here n Mending tho Min
Rev, Burnsides of Lehigh is in
the city attending a ministers'
6T ELLIOTT BROS. are
loaders in first class clothing,
gentlemen, ladies and children's
Dr. J. II. Gurnett of Jefferson
City, is in attendance to tho Ter
Mr. Heck Robbins of Tabor,
1. T., is in tho city on business.
Ho is one of our leading men.
Patrunize our advertisers and
you will always be courteously
served and get the valuo of your
Prof. P. Taylor has accepted a
position as teacher at So. McAl
ester, and has departed for his
field of labor.
Mr. A, G Hill and wife of
Beggs were in the city on the
18th and left on tho morning of
Prof. Seay of Fannin county,
Texas arrived Wednesday morn
ing to attend the Territorial Bap
Don't forget to go to ELLIOTT
BROS, on South Second Street
for your swell clothing. Stetson
hats too !
The now colored placos of busi
ness that are being opened in
Muskogee should ieoeive the
united support of the Negro race
Messrs Young Bros, will be
located in the Wiley Jones' B'l'g
by tho last of this week where
they wtll bo pleased to meet their
Jerry Brown, the murder of
Esau Robins at Boynton on the
17th of August was captured
Monday at Boynton while on a
The First Baptist church will
be completed in tho very near
future and will be ono of the fin
ect churches of the Ind. Ter.
K. Burnside is now traveling
salesman for Elliott Bros., Dry
Goods merchants. Ho left fcr
Beggs and other points west on
Miao Lula McCulloch was iak
en violently ill Monday night at
concert practice, Saturday night,
for the benefit of the First Bap
Mr. H. Sims visited the
Wrrld's Fair in S. Louis, then
proceeded to Aberdeen, Miss.,
his former home. Dr. W, H.
Sims returned from St. Lcuis,
Lost Strayed or Stolen.
One dark bay mule, 17 hands
high and about ten years old. No
brands, collar on each 3houlder,
with mark on jaw bone.
Another one for Great Musko
gee To our great delight we
can buy our high grade clothing
and shoes from our own stores.
ELLIOTT BROS, had a very
complete stock and they are the
finest in town, Examine them.
Miss Fannie Johnson of North
4th St. gave a souree, compli
mentary to Miss Lott who left
Thursday for Texas where she
will teich school. The folljwing
were present: Profs. Biggers and
Woods, Messrs. Rioe, Love, Ste
vens and Hearne. The Ladies
Nisses Harper, Hudson, Bruce,
Far.el, Early, Lott andMrs. Bol
ten. Quite an enjoyable evening
was spent. Many compliments
to our hostess.
Dr R. II, Waterford.
R. A. GIVENS,
Diamonds, Wat hes, Clocks, Etc.
I) Isoasws fo women ami Mictiessfuly
tuMtt'il. AIm) chronic diseases of men-
Office, lol 1-2 N. Main St.
Residence 813 S. Ma fct.
The Popular . . .
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
E. L. SAMUELS.
Just opened in front of U. S. Court House, and has juat re
ceive my all line of Jewelry whioh is strictly first-class and
up-to-date in every respect. I carry 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 .
IVJuskogee, lnd. Ter.
Ben's Quick Relief Mixture
A speody and sure euro for colic, cholera, dinrrhcoa, dysontcry, bloody flux, ohol
era morbuB, griping in tbo stomach, choloia infantum and all bowol complaint.
ASK FOR. A MEDICINE GLASS
Ben - Estes' - Drug - Store.
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
You are going, of course, and it is natural that you
want to go as reasonably as possible. This will in
terest you: On
Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thurs day
in other words, every day in the weelc'except Friday
and Saturday, until the close of the Fair, The : : :
HWi 7 aim i 1 1 tw
will run Extremely Low Rate
COACH - EXCURSIONS
TO ST. LOUIS J
AT LESS THAN ONE FARE for the ROUND TRIP.
at 95 per cent reduction, to be exact. Return limit
seven days from date of sale. Ask your'nearest tiok
et agent regarding rates, and tell him about the ad
vantages of the Rock Island Route to the Fair.
GEO. H .LEE, G. P. & T. A. J. S. McNALLY, D P. A.
Little kock, Ark. ukianoma city m
When You Want j J-
OR SEA FOAM,
EXCELSIOR T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
.Second St., Next to Creok Gro. C
CI en toels, t-harp lazoib a specialty
J. A. BANKS, Proprietor
Fisher & White
Rooms 5-7-9, Carolina Building.
OCRNER THIRD AND OKMULUEE
Wo use tho best material and do highest
gr.ido work at prices within reach of
all SDecial prices on gold crowns and
bridge work Have your teeth saved be
fore its too late
CHICAGO O. EASTERN ILLINOIS R. R.
Double Daily Trains
St. Loii is & Chicago
MORNING AND EVENING
9:50 a. m. 9:10 p. m.
9:30 a. m. 9:46 p. nr
Morning or ovening connection at both termini with lines diverging
Equipment entirely now and modern throughout.
A Double Track Railway.
Equipped wit practical and approved safety appliances.
From LaSalle Station, Chioago
From Uuion Sta., St. Louis,