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I . Ii Mr. Chllds, or Okmulgee, va In the city Monday. Mr. Milt D. Simmons made a fly ing tr'p to Texas last week. Mr. Luther, of Tahlequah was do- i inj; Muskogee last week. j Washington Ked Cedar Shingles on which we will make a record break ing SPOT CASH price as follows : t Choice "A" Brand $2.10. . Stumlaifel "A" llrand .... 1 . 73 KO. I. HOPE LUMBER CO., The Big East Side Lumber Yard. Cor. Cherokee St. & Okinul. Ave. Rev. Rowe, or Kutuhum, I. l.cre Monday on business. T., was I. B. Hudson, of Gatesville, was the city Friday on business. Dr. .1. C. Slmms made a flying trip to Boynfon Tuesday. AV.-JhJ. .Twine spent one day week in Oklahoma City, O. T, business. this . on TALK AVITH US ABOUT IT. Don't scold the other" fellow lie's doing the best he can; we can do bet ter ns we have the goods and can make you letter prices than others can make. Bring along your pocket lMok If you arc hunting bargains and we will do the rest. i GEO. 1. HOPE -LUMBEK CO., The Big East Side Luinlmr Yanl. for. Cherokee St. & Okmul. Ave. Spott Cash Store BIG LINfi OF FALL MILLINARY! Shirt Waist Suits, Shirt Waista, Corsets, Hosiery, Munlin Underwear, Dry Goods, Tin Wan and Enameled Ware, Queens Ware, and Glass War. THE FAIR! THE FAIR! ? . Wm. Rentie, the hustling promot er of Rentiesville was here Tuesday attending to land matters. Remember our advertisers. They will deal square with you. Patron ize them; they are rlgiit. Misses Emma Youngston, of Sango Baptist College, left for her home at Weleetka to spend the holidays. Miss Adlinc Bonner of Sango Bap list college, left for Newby, I. T., to spend the holidays at home. CHEAP LUMBER. In moving our large stocks of lum- beji to.our new. yard we tailed out consldetjnblc.cull stuff, thereby rais ing the grades ,of our lumber to a high standard. These cull Boards, Fern-inn .and Dimension are now put in bargain piles, and for many pur- Mses will answer as well as better grades. The prices will be exceed liii'ly low, to 'move it quickly. MO. 1). HOPE LUMBER CO., The Big East Side Lumber Yard. Cor. Clicitokcc St. & Okinul. Ave. 1 WE CAN !:RENT iYOUR i HOUSES tntnmmiMimini The Canadian Valley Trust Company Hat a number of applioauti who dftlr to lent houses. Owner of thrte, fomr, five and six room houses can Mour d sirable tonnnts by liting their property with un. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT Canadian Valley Trust Co. MMU M I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mllll'fr It H 1 1 1 1 1 I HI MM H t Mr. and Mrs. Baker, of North Muskogee, will leave Friday for an extended visit to friends and rela tives at Beeville, Tex. Mrs. Bates and s'sters, the Misses Watsons, of Tahlequah, arrived Tues day and expect to make Muskogee their home. They will be at home on South Sixth sticet. FllKPAKIS FOB WINTEB. By putting in those . broken window glass, we can supply all ordinary sizes chenp for cah. UEO. 1). HOPE LUMBER CO., The Big East Side Luinlwr Yanl. Cor. Cherokee St. A Okmul. Ave. They say that "Wash" met the train five days in succession. Now that they are here he will bo more j attentive to shears and goose. FOKTN1CJHTLY CULTURE CLUB. Durfey Hardware Company INCORPORATED Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Tinware, the Celebrated Monarch Ranges, everyone guaranteed, Builders' Tools, etc. All Kinds Tin Work and Plumbing, Refrigerators and Ice Coolers. Ill North Second street VKONHOS tOWSCY MOCK Mr. J. N. Johnson, of St. Louis, Mo., can be fonnd at the office of W. H. Twine, where he is doing steno graphic and typewriting work for anyone that, may be in need of this class of work. Miss Bolter will leaVetfor Bee ville, Tex., Friday, where -she will visit friends and relatives. J. C. Cobbra, of Haskell,, was cir culating among friends here Monday. Miss Settie Burney is in charge of Sturgeon's ieo (ream parlor and fruit store in the Jones block, where she would bo pleased to met her friends. In mentioning the negro enterprise the printer failed to say that we have three dry goods stores, , J To visit them is convincing that the negro is abreast the times here, and that expansion has recently struck him. Ere twelve months we will be represented in all the commercial lines. Emancipation Proclamation Cclchra tlon Program. Song, "America," Congregation. Invocation Rev. A. R. Morris. rll rii.ll rrtiintatlnn frnm Mflern rvuii von, vuumuuii ivu ..D. hauthors) Members of,Club; Reading the Proclamation Miss Maud V. Jones. '' Solo, "One Sweetly Solemn Thought" Mrs. J. E. Toombs. Reading,. "Phillip's ' Toussaint L'Ouverture" Mrs. L. E. Perdue. . Solo, selected Mrs. A. J. Wallacn, Junior. Address, ".The Negro as a Soldier" Prof. Oscar Spencer. Duet "The Flower Song" Misses Clara White and Lula McCulloch. Reading, Shakespeare's "Othello's Apology" Mr. Frank W. Reld. Solo, Instrumental, cornet Mr. W. A. Allen. Reading, Selections from Dunbar Prof. C. A. BlggerB. Solo, "The Rose of Sharon" Miss Lelia Biggers. Offertory. Quartet, -Selected-Mrs. Jas. Smith, Miss Biggers, Messrs. Lowe and Big gers. Benediction Rev, W. H. Simons. Watch for place, in our next issue. FE CICHCnl DENTAL PARLORS, . fcl. rlOlltlK Rooms 5 7 and 9 CAROLINA BLOCK, OKMULGEE AVENUE. Specialist in Crown, Bridge and Plate Work of All Kind. From the best Dental College, Louisville, Kentucky, I am permanent ly located and will make special prices on all Dental Work and Operatians for two weeks only. Gold filling $2 00 Gold Crown.. $5.00 Amalgam- $1.00 Bridge Work S5.00 Cement S .50 Plate Work $10.00 Fre3 painless extraction from 9 to 10 a. m., every Wednesday. Free consultation and estimates on all Dental operations. WATCH-MAKER TO JEWELER. CJEO. D. HOPE LUMBER COMPANY, MUSKOGEE, I. T. Has the stock to till your orders. You will And us with a large stock. at any time.. Our prices are right and we guarantee fair treatment and satis faction. Wo want your patronage and will make it an object for you toi trade with us. Come to the Big East Side Lumber Yard and !c. con vinced. Corner Cherokee St. and Okmulgee Ave. R. A. GiVENS ; Dealer In Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Etc. Tnaf nnAnorf in front of IT. S. Court House, and hai jutt re ceive my fall line of Jewelry which is strictly first-clan and up-to-date in every respect. I carry nothing but th 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 St. Muskogee, lnd. Tcr Do You Want a House? If so, let mc build if for you on smull monthly payments, low interest and easy terms. On this plan your rents pay for the place, and you arc at home all the time. Come to see mc. W. P. FIELDS, Offce, No i, English Block. HAND MADE CLOTHES SHIRTS ALL KINDS OF HATS Kirshbaum Gents' Furnishing Goods, Q7 -A.3L.Xj DBSORIPTIONe: SCHIEBERL THE TAILOR! cheap shingles. 1 First door south of Fi Just received, big consignment of ment, South SeC0n Fir Depart Second Street. Shirts, Hats. Underwear, Suit Cases W.E. iVlcCLURE, f NOI AGENCT. ENGLISH BLOCK. Muskogee. - - - - lnd. Ter'v. '.