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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 June 1909

- - ' I . g ' DP a MHJ ImhSi I -mp b 9R -I DEPENDABLE PURNITURE V MRl PS i ii in ffifia MM J x Dflflj f ImEm RmM vn VJE90 lU) n IWMMiianafBiB to to to -to to IS IS IIS n w V V.r. wW wWWw W W wW WW Buying dependable furniture means satisfaction; value received for each dollar expended We are offering you only Dependable Furniture at Satis factory Prices. We appreciate your patronage. GENEROUS CREDIT Have vou noticed those High Grade HAMMOCKS we are showing, and the LOW PWCES? It's HAMMOCK weather now and it will pay you to investigate THE PEOPLES STORE, i 9AWAafllJMV """J"! MMMM Hwft'MiySteB MJ l"? MMml3mM' m WmZJB LjMMwmT NhAUU -" .--4r -- z' v . " 5i t. wiv - i , 200 LEFT s Two large size 21x28 pictures, one of President Taft, and one of Vice-President Sherman, will be sent to anyone who subscribes for this paper be fore the 30th of July, 1909. Subscrption $1.00 Per Yean See or write to A. J. SMITERMRN, Box G, Muskogee, Oklahoma. .s4 ' , ri 1 K k . r ,. a ;. mi ? Si Y "N , .X. Wi7 ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 June 1909

T ""f '"t-t'ii , Food for Thought. x The ten-year-old girl who iomp.ere-t a burglar with a broamstlck is enlWl to all ci edit for courage mid vlimr. Nevertheless whon she odds .1 a. a years more to her nge the 'wary iu married youth may entertain doii'io as (o whether her energy might n t some time bo excessive for Wcdu.d bi'as. .1 1 The Horrid Man's Curl. "There's no sight oo liltlfiil to mr" said the pretty girl, "ns the painful at tempt on the tmrt of th imii In -1 i nlng to be bald to make a. Utile mil In the middle of his foiei.ead of u few remaining -tmndB of hair, '.d still, I know itiej don't deserve my pity. I never have found u man ut Mth such a curl who wjnn'l horrid.' cf women Mao ubo liava tuearri trr i Spr I til Li..ok fur w.-ui a Vim Proof That Dreams Cr.e True. "Yos'in, I'm goin to mtv.o tomor row," said U"ftha, the colore 1 wa'i ervsoman. "Yee'ni. 1 know It Ih . week. I dreamt It. Wlivnovah I b Bins to dream of paehln' my trunk and gettln' ready to go somiwhe i, the...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 18 June 1909

r THE CIMETFR "VF. H TWDfE. Editor. A. J. SMITHERJCAX. AdrrtUlD Manager and Trunriing Agent. PtfWJiliol Every VA In t& In trt of tbo Nt'tro by tbe Clmtr iatlfeMne Go. Entered at the J'ostoCIce at Mw- kg. OiU ai Second Clan Mtul Matttr FACTS. Some negroe are disposed to hide anil lie for the criminal ne gro. This 1 wrong and brings au accusation against the whole race that thej help protect crime. We should assist the of ticer in appreheuding all crim inals, black or white. Neither the while or black outlaw should receie aid at our hand. o It in true the Law and Order league handed the republican part a lemon iu the spring elec tion. The republican candidates were on their kneex to the jo lUlvnl jiarMWJH, the democrats paid no attention to them, and I he democrat won. Now, the IKilitical parson and his outfit are trying to run the city and the iiuiiiocrottf an ikying no atten lion (o them. For once we taunt nay the democrats are right. o The bootlegging ix wj profitable (hut the ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 July 1909

...I'T.iKA. jftins? ' , -1 Give Us Your Job Work! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices the Best. Call Us Phone 143. The Muskogee Cimeter. , Vol. 10. Muskogee, Oklahoma, Friday July 2, 1909. No. 34. PROPOSED ORDEH No. fi5. To all transportation ami trans mission companies, all gas, electric light, heat and power companies, doing business in tlic State of Oklahoma, and all other public service corpora tions doing business in the State of Oklahoma, and to all persons whom it may concern: ion are hereby notified that in the otfice of tiie Corporation Commission of the State of Ok lahoma, in the City of Guthrie, Oklahoma, on the 21th day of July, 11)0!), at 2 o'clock P. M., the said Commission will hear any objection which may be urged by any person interested against the following proposed order, rule, regulation and ie quirement: It is hereby ordered, that all public service companies, both domestic and foreign which n re organized or doing business in the State of Oklahoma under the laws o...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 July 1909

r ft ft ft to -IS to to to to to to to to to to si Sl l Sl b SkV l - i MM, 'tk 4L -ate & 4 200 LEFT Two large size 21x28 pictures, one of President Taft, and one of Vice-President Sherman, will be sent to anyone who subscribes for this paper be fore the 30th of July, 1909. Subscrption $1.00 Per Year. See or write to A. J. SMTERMflN, Box G. Muskogee, Oklahoma. -IS -IS -IS to to to to to to to to to to to to sv sv SkV st sv si St a " Sl 4 Itiel I Firt Yaar rank aa Ti Hf faiti U treta. aa aa Vr. Tr grat svrg af roBs rp scatty a tmpmli&r, bal JUU& os. tie iisr, . riUH baak iato U-- ai rf otllrica. Sat a tra oylsiva U it ovi-as ttMif, caias la JU t tit, 4T-aJ la ru iismtzj PUtL. ZFFZrl AJ.D OiZ IM A WRICK. Erlnh ar T4ntM Oattea. TL- nsglUb caJfca to ts ia f water it a tastjaiBx f e i J'brkiL 71 Aarteaa aa Joe wgi oslr - jtsj TVe it-fs-rt-s- tirefor, U H7 serada. Tb Asst-rfexa fciilvs If e?ivatoai ta 2,711 Uirt Inventor of Hant-c-m Cab. Ti- fe.SvS.vss cai was tfea txvaatlca ef...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 July 1909

tf PERFECT SoflP DR.COE'g wtt'rrz SANITARIUM OME RECIPES GUARANTEED TO QIVE GOOD RE8ULTS. i jFvflC'HiBflVsViMH SBBBBBBSF lOISjtf "SlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMr .fttfl SH UXMTID T rgflNiBHBBI 4 dr,nk TZ HBHhjTSljaVs NtHirtahlrrg and Inexpensive Food Should Be Served Frequently to Children Beet Method of Pre- paring the Stock. 8oupa should bo given to a growing child twlco a dny. And tho soup hould be rich In qunllty and nourish ing In Ingredients, not a plate of soft toned water. Good soup nanus tho stomach and thus makes II able to dl gest solid food. Many mothers argue that the children aro tired of soup and will not eat It. This Is often ac counted for by the fact that tho same tyle of soup Is served to them wook after week, and tho utomach of a child demands a change Just as often as thHt of Its parents. Tho roclpes given to-day uro for soups that are Inexpen sive to make and aic full of nourish ment. In boiling meat from which to get oup ptock, the meat should be put...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 2 July 1909

ft- P" v':lc''-, THE CIMETFR W. H. TWINE, Editor. A. J. SMITHERMAN. Advortlelng Manager and TnvaXfg Agent. Published Every Wook In the In tereat of Uio Negro by the Glmeter .ruuusuuig Co. Entered ut tho PoatoClce at Mu kgee, Okla., aa Second Class Mall Matter. LOCALS. Misses Idu U. and Carrie Watson of Grayson, wlio atten ded the Normal ut Eufuulu, re turned to their Lome Snturduy afternoon. Uoth made good marks in the examination and passed without any trouble. Miss Carrie Watson will spend the Hummer in Colorado, while her wister, .Miss Ida R., will swap the peaceful repose" of u "quiet country life for the gay fuiitus ties of the busy cityshe will sjtend the summer in Chicugo. F. 1'. Itrlnson of Rentiesville was in (own last Monday on business. lie returned Monday night. Mr. Jlrinson is the hust ling president of the Rentiesville Hustlers. Rev. N. A. Robinson, mayor of Hentiesville, and .Ino. Jiarues of that town, Were hi the city Tuesday. After transacting their business they re...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 July 1909

.w -, n . -, - 2fe r j c J .-C - - ' ; dive Us Your Job World Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices the Best Call Us Phone 143. The Muskogee Cimeter. Muskogee, Oklahoma, Friday July 9, J 909. No. 35. Vol. 10. c-sntatjs. t-3jauBsrGL--".2ff.,.- i& h 17 qumt sent mi urn. . ii i((9 AN jun tul .(Mi oil in UJ'.s nfnueil. tuple or" died oyee, lor iu i ii i i enjo.ved ii s.me tele In ii . hi ln(lcpcudtni c lii. In vii I l ilu usn ilh noiM,v and il ii- displav ol linc bums, t i 1 1 1. 1 i iri, Unman tummim si in i i4 and oi In i lii ' woikt, tin i u i ppilu l liumpiilitv. In , weie Idled with n- i. i m ing Hit i l.i .mil until i I i limn nl niglil. in .iniii .mil base lull H.ii.h tws ,iin .it I lien's I'.nk I,, ,i, . ' ill'll llUl' Willi n wan i II ill in ...led :mil tlii(Hi"li it all nit weie III ifnod oidei Ii hi inn' w.is IvilUil ni in tii i'1 In i I'vplushi'x, H wan not ii' pin it il n ledbillei M'iM'il uotuc In t m. 'i iikI Hint llic ( il. oitlin .,ii , i I line lo liu- winks would i In i...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 July 1909

-Tmmm-0Of: r Cf 9 fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa 200 LETT Two large size 21x28 pictures, one of President Taft, and one of Vice-President Sherman, ill be sent to anyone who subscribes for this paper be fore the 30th of Jul, 1909. Subscrption $1.00 Per Year. See or write to A. J. SMITERMAN, Box Q, Muskogee, Oklahoma. fc1 , n fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa vt SO so so so so so St so so X? ' - -- - - - - -- -- -L ... , . . .. .. jw J ?EpickT i MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE LONG TIME, EASY PAYMENTS, RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED. The Jackson Loan & Trust Co, FORT WORTH. Texas. JACKSON, Mississippi. itii'ii"i'""iiiiiif '"n""a"""""" J J. H. HAMILTON I REAL ESTATE, LIFE INSURANCE I NOTARY PUBLIC. ! LEGAL DOCUMENTS DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGED J ? Postoftico Box 152. Telephone No. 71. I 7 BRISTOW, OKLAHOMA. I economy Dure, CO. For refreshments, none better. Cold drinks n specialty. If it Is too warm to come to us, call us and we will conic to you. THE CIMETFR "W. II. TWINE,...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 July 1909

. . tmm mmi ,., . i.i .. r-i-Tfc ,i - " . " ' ' ", HOW MOLLY SAVED PLEASANTViLLE. Dy ARTHUR !r. GH.ANT. Plonsnntvllle luul wnkoil up. TIic con. tor of n rich furuiliiK district, It bad Krown so quietly tlmt It hadn't renllzcd tUiit It lind outgrown Its short drosses, so to sponk, until Henry Ciriilinm, the etiterprlHliiK iiiiumgur of the 'Joneer Klectrle minpiiiiy In Mllldiilu. olisht miles nwny, nsked for a franchise mid a contract to llRlit lis streets with electricity, which ho proposed to trans mit from his recently enliiiKod Mllldnle plant. Plensnutvlllo wns divided between n sense of slmmc nt Inning so long been content with oil lighted streets mill delight nl the prospect of having Its beautiful elm shaded streets na at tractive In !ie evening as (hey weie by day. 'the city fathers had dis cussed the project, and a Until vote was to be taken at the council meeting on Thurbdaj evening. Graham hud made the proposition that was fair to Pleas antvllle and yet would lvo a good pro...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 9 July 1909

Mjovtr&suk. isgLRrcutss.a3tac. ,..j&v The Quality Store h i N. th SEMI-ANNUAL End of Season Sal VOW IN 10 AT THE. PEOPLES POPULAR STORE The 0. R. Clothing Co. Every Suit In The Store For Man iff M 45 " .r If fftMz " 'ftp '" 4 &Jr n fikji' v h R '. -A V J -g g. g, g-g; Xl .. t irhsAki ...4 -a L B ""'""""'""'"'"'. .M0,,...l,l0000,04,0tt0,0,0,l,i0t,0,i00, ti.ttitttt t . mim9tm&i5i&mifrfrtiiif)ai .r: Following the custom of former seasons we are now presenting our Q 'semi-annual e:nd of seasov sale of Mens and Boy's Suits and Shoes, to persons interested in HIGH C! .ASS MERCHAN- DISK we urge an early investigation of our Elaborate Offerings. There are many Suit present which will be good for the Fall and Winter Sea son, and our Express System of keeping our stock continually frosh will enable you to get a good selection of Summer wearables. &&&& & & & & 5r?2' ?& Sr 5 5 9" "5? ? - "w vv- Our ItoR ami Youuj,' Mtns Suils t'omo from il...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

a Qive Us Your Job Work! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices the Best Call Us PhofiS W3?" ' The Muskogee Cimeter. ? Vol. JO. LIB.M-L MONUMENT TO 1'AL'Ij LAUltEXCE DUX II A U "Hury mo beneath do willow Bo I kuiu hetr its sony.' Such was the poetic wish of Paul Lawrence Dunbar, an ex pressed in the inspiration of his "Death Sour." At the unveiling of IiIh monument at Woodland Cemetery, June 12(5, at Dayton, Ohio, a willow tree was planted by his grave. James WhiU'omb Wiley as .sisted Mrs. Matilda Dunbar, mo ther of the deceased poet, from her carriage, and conducted lier to the platform at the unveiling of her sou's monument. The aged woman wept when an uupuhlish I'd poem of gratitude from her son to his patron poet was read. James .Whitcomb Uiley first be came acquainted with Paul Law rence Dunbar when the latter yfixs an elevator boy here. Kiley Was hieturing in the city, lie nald, Saturday, and happened to road some of the lad's verse. He was struck with its merit and called on him in ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

- . im. i gwn.iiW..i;'K.uu.v..-m mmunti grw9imm ft J 1 . 4 1 - ... .t..H iWiiij . I Greene's Studio r THE MOST UP-TO-DATE Photographic Studio in Oklahoma. THE BEST PLACE FOR THE BEST WORK. : The Leading Place With The Leading People. 1, f HIGH GRADE Potraits in Oil, Water Color and India Ink. The Home of Artistic Portraiture. Photo Suplies for Profeisional and Amateurs. r Win. Greene, Prop 210 South Third Street. Phone 1060. ' a, ri- HHEaHguraztfa 4f mmhuwm40 4- '-ipior, ssasaH Fitz Overalls - AND WORK CLOTHES THE BEST TRADE ATWOOLFS BROADWAY AND THIRD STREET. . a o , W " "-. , ' fit M i ar-v',

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

k. Cimeter Special .(? Di. WuCMklU I CM me J-VflPW ' VJ Oil,, r vvl: ,' r'fr. vSfSS$v '1 ho . cs Buil.ihtf, South S or. 1 riti'ct. '$ ?K-'" '' V . k : , L 1 . -4 r i Hj ! rw ' -- q? 49jk r LLLLLLE9filEBfliHBtf vj - 5 1 Slfifi :' ,,W 'W& mm&&mmmgKB8Mm&&. 1-v - - wrB Py?h.T'pr 5Sg; SiIwSSj m(, -rfifei bj9HIh """" Promine iJu'l Estuie Man of BgS1 ' V 'S.:' -f V?" C 5mlLiiLfl 'I ho Kscoe Buildmf,r, Cor. 2nd & CouiL .-ls ...-- .. Hlfoy'. ' 'JLtilL '" '?" ' 'ISfSfll . - - ir !!BBI j .. flCjj Residence of W. H. Tm, Aiiy nt Litsv- Edi)cv Cinu-tei-, . Mil. CVSrAFlRfy;; Pljnecv'Restiiiu'nnt aird Rogihjp JIousoMuu of Murfkooo. TJiiHding ot hff TJ. W. WiiWwv Groo.-ry Co., Wholesale nnd Iiuimi. AJ l

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

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Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

N.. We Have in Siock and on Display An Alr-Lovlnq World Wanted. Once get a nation Into Imltlng fruit air Instead of birring It out und not only Is that nation golm; to repel con sumption, but It Ih going to hotter Itself physlcallv In such ii ir.o.isuro to bo prnrtlcally Immune from other dltcnses Philadelphia Inquirer The Real Problem. A New Yorker linn bul't a hoplti! to find nut whj hem do not lay, when eir56 are 60 cents n dpxni He will have to build on Insui" a jlmn If ho wants to find out vhy ilr crr.u the road. on oiir flours an immeuse and complete line of Runabouts, Top Buggies, Surries in Dieei ana Kunoer i ires. A Large and Varied Assort ment of Drving and Team Harness. DELIVERY WAGONS, SPRINGFIELD, Farm Wagons, Oil Tanks, US before buying, HOOKER-ItENDRIX HARDWARE Muskogee, Oklahoma OV REAL LONG TIME, UELIAHLEREPUEbENTANVl S WANTED. The Jackson Loan & Trust Co. FORT WOK'IH. Texas. JACKSON, Mississippi. t WWW 'WW ' ; J. H. 'HAMILTON REAL ESTATE, LIFE INSURANCE I NOTAR...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

'"Jjp' ' V 12' - f . .--t vrw Vjf jVKrrf I jySPTW!? SiK3MEW' . . LS SSHT - - ...... rr-: IHIHUf .' j A j "' ' -T X sgjrar.ts' '--- - svacs -r rw Mrfe Mih 'lal u' ' Hi .! nt;. The Dunbar IHkIi School, MuhUckcc. Oklul)0na. ififfA J .,,, ,1 , ..-Sr u . gf-k 4 ..;- . i ' :?riBv . ., 'CJfi'JlrMjf0:x7vt. 'A ' 't,-;tf.:r:,.t.-7z': ,,- ST s ' " - fwM 'Mm:' -::-, '. i1 ' i ii IBWJw ' TMi -JJ rr rr.iKCi-i i j--u- Tjrs "i 'T i mvmmmwMn, ' vtx. - 'JT3-t- y- Douglass School Iiuildinj;, Muskogee, Ultluhomii. B" J f .V Wk;.-- 7'; :AtViT.. iW' IV'V V. if , vY'Mj.. ;la rsssr--T .- - '. '-W &-?mbJ& ''sjf'tfZ A. mM ; TW,-&Ai ' 3RPr ;U . m'-: :: a . t . ,-mm .J- .4i..'-4fc1!iR flag i;- Bebeo Chuiifl. C. M K. C'l.utcii, Ht-v. .!. K. Bnulfpr.l, Piistor. A'i1 Ht' A.i. T . iwriMlff frtt 'J. -Vk iVJf' Homo ol Tho Feoplcs Drug Storo it Tho Crock Kurnltuio Storo. Fred Scott Residence, Mu$koK'oo, Okln. 'iiwrtk. :v. I III. II I ' ' ' I I' 1 tff:;r.aef.: SSSkiS :' It ICmmott Stewart, Atly at L;iw, in...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

In the hall were helping mt.tfatftOT pornturc of nn August night the mj or rose ngnlu and stated that altkevgk Mr. Stlckney bad covered the ground very thoroughly, an opportunity wouM bo given to any citizens to question him. Lnter a rote would be tnkro In order that tho council might know tho wishes of Its constituents. Tho city engineer, whoso training nnd experience wcro limited to land ntirreyliiK nud setting tho grades for tho streets nnd sewers, felt that his position required him to show that he was not dazed by all tho technical tenutf which had been used. Address Ing Uiu mayor, he said: "Mr. Stlckney has told us that the capacity of this plant would be 100 kllowiittH. I would like to ask him whether that Is Its maximum or Its minimum capacity." This question uie actually nsLcd under tho clrcum stnncLM described; In fact, the main points of the story are a matter of history In n prnlrle city. fjtlckiioy never cracked a stullo as he replied: "The question Is well put A In tul...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 16 July 1909

sjr ? 4 r .&" IT, Ul m ' This Beautiful $400 Piano free. lllpfMW vt p, i -'ij YOU CRN OWN IT IP YOU TRY. This Beautiful Upright Grand GERHARD PIANO, because of its splendid tone and artistic construction, rIs known as the real American home instrument. WE ARE GOING TO GIVE IT AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE to the Person, Lodge, Society, Church or School saving the greatest amount of cash coupons. With every ticket purchased we present a coupon. Save your coupons Get your friends to tarde here and give you their coupons. You'll be surprised at the amount you can save. Commence saving to-day right nowl We give th piano away December 31st, 1909. e J. W. ADAMS, 1 South 2nd St., Muskogee, Okla; tar -x.wri- y CTSSOeSSra Only Three More Days THIRD ANN sssw-Qp OURsxggbf jr 3 ffl QVING SALE. This Gigantic Sa!e started July 7th and will come to a close Saturday, July 17th, No matter what you need for the home, you are sure to find it here at a sav ing of from 10 to 25 per cent, under the usual pric...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 23 July 1909

Your Job Work! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices the Best Call Us Phone 143. The Muskogee Cimeter. s. !;- Vol. tO. Muskogee, Oklahoma, Friday July 23, 1909. No. 37. . . Give Us f- h MISS MURPHY DEPARTS FOR ARKANSAS. Will Return to Arms of Waiting Parents 'Till Fall. "lie It ever so humble, -there's no place like home." Down nt Wilton, Arkansas, a town located on the K. C. S. railroad, way In the Intorlor of trie most noted state In the Union, two old people, with a host of younger ones as es corts, may ho seen tomorrow morn ing anxiously awaiting the arrival of the morning train. They are man and wife. Mother and father, awaiting the approach of the train which will tiling back to them the living Joy of their hearts their biby daughter. The telling signs of many years have perhaps crept upon their kind faces and all of these years could not have been free from cares and worries but wahtovor the remlnlB cense of these signs for once more ut least, their dear old hearts will grow light ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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