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iJnbl'fiho(l tvciy week in mo iutuioHtof
tho Nor( bv tlio OinWor PnblMiing Co.
Eut crt.nl ut the Pot Ollioo t Muskogee,
I. T., us rccond class mail matter.
One Year $1.00
Six Months 60
Thivo Months 25
W. H. TWINE - - - - Editor.
R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager.
J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor.
of New York.
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS.
R. A. Q I YENS,
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Etc.
Just opened in front of U. S. Court IIouso, and has just re
ceive my fall lino of Jewolry which ia strictly first-class and
up-to-date in every respect. 1 carry nothing but the best
goods and of the latest dbsigri. My prices are reasonable.
Call and scoHhe latest whether you want to buy or not.
North Second S .
Muskogee, lnd. Ter.
It Is reported that tho pastor of
tho A. M. E. church on last Sunday
made some remarks not complimen
tary to the Cimetor outfit, in which
he attempted to vindicate himself
and otheis from what has been term
ed the attack of the Cimeter on the
church. Now, to he plain, and class
Jill spades as spades, we desire to say
that judging from what we see on
iho surface that evidently there lias
been some juggling with the funds
and the property owned by the church.
The old church sold, so we are in
formed, for $7,300. Now, wo believe
that there ought to be an accounting
for that $ 7,500, and for the brick,
stone and windows, and other ma
terials, and which were not sold
with the lot. They have now a build
ing not completed, and is not so com
modious as the old building was, and
liking in a great many particulars
the beauty and finish .of tho old
structure. If the present building
and the parsonage cost $7,500., or in
tho neighborhood of that, then we
say that managers have mis-mannged.
f it did not then there ought to be
a nice balance in the church treas
ure. We are informed that up to this
date the church is without windows.
That the church is without seats ex
cept a few old chairs which had been
used heretofore. 'And that there are
some debts still owed that have not
been paid. Now, the way that this
could be called up to the satisfaction
of all concerned is a fair statement
of the expenditures and what now re
mains on hand. For tho benefit of
the public and the members of the
church who are not on the inside cir
cle, wo shall from time to time in
these columns givo out such infor
mation as wo can acquire and that
will bo beneficial to all concerned.
Wo shall begin at tho beginning and
tell how tho title was not passed when
tho church lot was sold. It will be
interesting reading, and the begin
ning of this story will bo in tho next
issue of the great roligious weekly,
better known as the Cimeter.
A meeting of tho Muskogee
Republican club is hereby called
to meet at Gavagan's Opera
Hpuse November 1G, 1904,;. at 8
o'clock for the purpose of in
dorsing a candidate for the ap
pointment of post' aster of Mus
kogee, Ind,Ter., and transacting
such other business as may
pioperly come before the meet
ing. This call is made in pursuance
of the rerjuest of many RepnbJi
cans of this city and vicinity,
who desire the action of the club
on this important matter, and in
view of the fact that a meeting
has been called by members of
the Republidan party to. borheld
at tho opera houso October 29th,
which call is non-official and un
authorized by the club, and in
view of tho further fat that it
seems proper that a meeting
called for the above purpose
should be held after, rather than
before, the coming Presidential
October 25, 1904.
(Signed) I.N URY,
G. K. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
Fisher & White
Rooms 3-7-9, Carolina Building.
OCRNER THIRD and OKMULGEE
Wo use tho best matorial and do highest
grade work at prices within reach of
all special prices on gold crowns and
bridgo work Have your tooth saved be
fore its too lato
Mifes S. E. Golden of Okmul
way in th6 city last week.
Miss Edith Gluscowof Wagon
er was in the city last week.
Miss M, J. Brockway of Ard- '
more visited Muskogee last week
Mrs. E. E. Young and E, Ellis
of So. McAlester visited the con
vention here last week.
Miss Bessie Birdsal and Bula
Haodock of Vian attendod the
Dr. J, H. Garnett of Jefferson
City visited Muskogee and Hous
ton, Texas, last wtok and de
parted for home on the 20 inst.
S. A. Owen of Oktaha was
here on business Wednesday.
Rev. P. R. Neal, wife and
child, departed for their home at
Ardmore, I. T., Monday.
Mrs. E. L. Hogan of So. Mc
Alester was here Sunday.
Mrs. Jefferson of Lee, Mrs,
Jordan of Oklahoma City, and
Mrs. Jordan of Okmulgee, at
tended tho convention here last
Rev. E, W. D. Isaac of Nash
ville, Tenn., Sec. of the Nation
al B. Y. P. U. lectured here Sun
day evening at the First Baptist
ohurch to a crowded house.
LOST, STRAYD OR STOLEN.
One dark bay mule, 17 hands
high and about ten year3 old, no
brands, collar mark on each
shoulder with lump on jaw bone.
Will pay $25 reward for the mule
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THE FAIR! THE FAIR!
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Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Tinware, the Celebrated Monarch
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Tin Work and Plumbing, Refrigerators and Ice Coolers.
Ill North Second Street.
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North Main St.
Muskogee, I. T