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title: 'The Muskogee cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Territory, Okla.) 1901-19??, October 27, 1904, Image 4',
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'Jhivo Afoi 1 1 ii K"""!J"r.!"!""" V"V".""." 2R ll8?Mi'tl troop, rs up the hill and the
- giMiL victory at that point was t .c.rs
ns much if not more than nny of the
(1 no excellent work in nil of the In
dian campaigns, and while I was in
t e es , I Lad a number of op, or
tuirtles of witnessing h wjndorfu.
work. He Hived a massacre of the
Seventh In S!0."
"At San Juan hill At o-American
soldiois rendered an object lesicn to
all of tie so diois ass mblol the c.
They sung nnd fought and pushed tho
O. H. FARLEY & CO
Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers.
Phcne 436, Office 223 Okmulgee Avenue.
V. fl. T.WIN 13 - - - - I'M i tor.
P. WOOD, Asg't Editor and Manager, t s jldlers there."
.1 P. TRIM ISLE - - - .Solicitor.
Til ICO DOPE ROOSEVELT,
of Now Yurk.
to W. FAIRBANKS,
Ti e Hammond Parking Co., has
made Muskogee the d strlbuting po.n .
I'jr Texas,' Okla o.i a nnd Indian To -I.
lory. This n cans mo.o bnsloss for
the mutiup lis of the Indian Terrl
The Democrat v11U3 lyn hlng
stopp-.d until after election as it may
inllm.n2o some ncg o d mocrat to
oto tie republican tlcko' unless a
stop Is put on r.ghL now. We arc op
po ed to irobing rwid lynching but wo
think Co nciro who will o'c fot
the ticket that Vn-dcimm and Till
man li .supporting siiould at lea t
have ti few feathers and some tar ap-pile!.
Song of Hope.
Children of yesterdny,
Heirs of to-morrow,
Wlint are you weaving?
Labor nnd sorrow?
Look to your looniM again.
Faster and fantcr
Fly the great shuttles
Prepared by tlie Muster,
7-ilfo's in tbo loom,
Itoom for It
Children of yesterday,
Heirs of to-morrow.
Lighten the labor
And sweeten the sorrow.
Mow, while the (shuttles fly
Farter and faster.
Up, i) ud be at It,
At work with the Master;
He stands at your loom,
Room for Him
4H'MM''!''I:H''-:'M! Hh'HI''H':''a' I ! ! f j
FAQM LOANS AND ABSTRACTS
.T A MICH L. LOMIIAIIII,
C'HAS. II I.OMllAltD.
St-unitary and MnnaRor.
D. O. Wiijso.v.
AKistiuit Secretary. JL
MIDLAND ABSTRACT COMPANY-
207 N. Second Street, MUSKOGEE, 1ND. TER.
Children of yesterday,
Heirs of to-moin.w,
Look at your fabric
Of labor and sorrow.
Seamy and dark
With despair and disaster.
Turn It. ard lo,
Hie (le.slgn ot the Master!
The Lord's at the loom;
Iloom for illin
Mary A. La tilbury.
FARM :: LOANS :: ON :: FREEDMAN :: LAND
Loans made to Creek Freed men who are farming
on their allotments
The only first-class, tin-to-dato Cafe in the city
"Where people of all nations can be served
A Splendid Billiard and Pool Hall Adjoining
The canton Ion by Captain Ajer3
in another column, that tho salo of
il'o school lots will be ?. dear trausac-
t'en is no doubt true, if Mu-1
c ntlnues to grow during tho nox
three years as she has In Iho psr.
tnoj t ore w 11 bo a demand fo. at
loist two more stTicol lions s. Tho
pi'I'o of property will advance wit'i
Iho growth of tTie town and no doubt
the ri y wiil have to pay don' lo tin;
price for ad iltl n 1 k hool grotndi
I lat was realized from tho silcs
TIiiMNday. It Is ccu'Ilered wisdom
by many of tho business men to bor
row money rather than dispose of tho
poperly holdings In tho city. That h
on (ho theory of course, that t'10
properly will udvancj In a greater
hmui than the amount paid in interest.
On this hypo.hesls it would havo been
tho bolter plnn to lo d tho property.
Tho Times is awaro that rlt board
had reached I(s limit to borrow, bu
(hero Is no doubt but that the banks
of Iho city would havo been g'ad to
(1. 'count tho warrants of tho boiud
In a sum sulUcIent to meet tho pres
ent neoOs. Times.
Tact Behind the Counter. I
"Talk about being a good t'nlc
woman," said a clerk in one of lh
big stores. "Mrs. X. came in thla 1
morning to "v u rain cloak, aud what '
do you think I sold her?"
"A pink chiffon party dress and ft
"Well, I didn't do so badly myself,"
Bald another. "We hnd a lot of maids'
caps, made of Swiss and lace, and I J
g o tsold about ten for plncuchicn covers."
"That s as bad as my brother In .ho
drug store. A man canio in with a
headache and v. anted to buy a men
thol pencil to rub on his forehead.
They wevo out of menthol pencils and
George sold him a stick of indelllblo
ink." Indianapolis Nows.
The finest in tho southwest. If you are hungry
step into the cafe; if you want to spend an hour
of pleasure the pool room is the place.
Corner 2nd and Denison Sts.
They Savo.l (bo Union.
In 1000, when Thcodoro Roosovolt
wjh Ciovornor of New York, he wns
interviewed alout (ho Afro-Ainorican
soldier and (his Is what ho said: "I
know of tho character and bravery of
the Afro-Ainoiienn soldier. Ho
saved my llfo at Santiago, and I 'lave
hart Doerslon to scy so in many arti
cles and speeches. Tho Rough Rldoiv,
were in a bad position when tho Ninth
and Tenth cavalry canio rushing up
the hill carrying 0 ovthing boforo
"Tho Afro-American soldier .has
(ho faculty of coming to the front
when ho Is needed most. In the Civil
warho came 200,000 strong, and T
believe o saved tho Union. Ho has Phone 70
20th CENTURY BATH COMPANY
Is in advance of and far more
sweeping than schools of Osteopathy,
including in its course of study Osteo
Manipulations coupled with Dr. Cor
bin's famous Turko-Russian bath, the
use of which is thoroughly and prac
tically taught. All instructions given
in operating room on patients suffer
ing from some of the many chronic
For further information address,
C. M. CORK IN,. D. O.,
109'j North Main,
Muskogee, 1. T.
Or the Editor of this paper.
CREEK CITIZEN S
Realty Bank & Trust Co.
MUSKOGEE: I. T.
Money loaned on Real Estate, Chattel and person
al security :;::;:
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Deposits Received. Your Business Solicited.
A,G. Y. SANGO, President. W. A. RENTIE, Cashier.
K.i.oii ardscm' a
6 nV OTION ' U a 11 A Nv rFIStl
vivc Pioh triteiin.
GUARANTEE LIFE INSURANCE CO.
muskogee; Indian territory.
Capital Stock $200,000
An Old Line Company issues all forms of Limited Payments,
Life and Endowment Policies.
DIRECTORS: E. J. Mints, Muskogee, I. T., Geo. D. Lennon
New York; F. L. Conger, Oklahoma City; Win. M. Eggleston,
St. Louis, Mo.; C. J. Miller, Muskogee, I. T.; Samuel Ray
mond, Wynnowood, I. T.
Now locatod at now quarters
No. 512 South aril Stroot
The Barnett Grocery Co.
STAPLE. and FANCY GROCERIES
Wo havo anything yon desire in tho Grocery Lino at prices that defy
competition. Givo us a trial aud yon will repeat. ILocatod on South
6th St. , near tho South Siiio Bonlovard.
v. A. ftARNETT CO. SONS.
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Opposite QUI Snndert' A
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