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   Muskogee Pioneer (Newspaper) - November 25, 1905, Muskogee, Oklahoma                                FIRST IN WAR, FIRST IN PEACE AND FIRST IN THE MINDS OF ITS READERS. THE OLDEST, LARGEST* ONCE TRIED ALWAYS A PAPER FOR THE PE **" " '     " " r i"       i liil)......i VOL. 9. Muskogee, I. T.,^Saturday, Nov. 25, 1905. ^AVE YOUR MONEY BY TR4DING AT THE PHONE 494.        UHULLII   IlrlllU If HI II*   UU-j      218, W. OKMULGEE AV&y DRUGGIST. Prescriptions A Specialty. Druggists' Sundries, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco and Perfumes. 103ALASKA BD(J.     Okmulgee Ave. Muskogee,       Indian Terry. Those Coming and Going.  Hon. A. L. Jv Meiriwether of B'o'yn-tqn made a business trip to the city, this week. - . Phone news to 473. One Hundred Dollar Funeral Guaranteed Burial League 6f the United States. Harding Memorial Cemetery, One Mile North of Muskogee. Graves $3 up: Buyja Policy To-day. - i-�'''   " ' Open at all hours. .- Phone 481.        203 South Main St.      MUSKOGEE,!. T. A grand bazaar is* being -planned in,; Departments. it will consist of fine millinery work. . ^   J. ORLANDO MITCHELL, Pscsident. \V. A. RENTIE, Secy.. M .     -(INCORPORATED.)- .        :'' CA PITA L,< 825,000. - I LAND, LOANS,  LEASES, Highest Prices paid for Farm Lands. Real Estate Bought and sold. CM BilisBBl a MUSKOGEE INDIAN TER,  E_lL_______.^.^ryKTKn. ARDINQMEMORIAL | ONE MIU! FROM Ml'SKOCiEE.' Best Improved Rural Property in Territory. Lots in this beautiful, cemetery 20X20 feet at $10.00 each for the next thirty days.  WARRANTEE DEEPS. SEE OR WRITE EITHER a' CREEK Or HOME UNDERTAKINQ CO. Don't forget Sim Bond's confectionery store.  He will treat you rigr.t. Hoskins & Green are dealers in all kinds of groceries^ country produce, etc vGive them a trial. Look-/ for'the new, grocery store-Icon-' ducted by G. S. Pyle on Joplin St. You will please, phone your news to Phone 473. Call ar.d see Smith & Richardson, the new meat market. They will treat you right.  want agents ever The Triggs Hofel is doing an excellent business since, the late improvements. It can accommodate you "with bed, meals, et".. ' fc. - Owing to the growth of our subscription list we will be- compelled to close our forms on Thursdays. Phone your hews to 473 before that time each week. Phone news to 473. The Phillis Wheatley club is negoti ating for a lot on1 which to erect a building to be used as a school house for the kindergarten school for. which they should have the support., of every manly man in Muskogee and vicinity. This is a worthy undertaking* and can be of special advantage �to the entire community. May success crown; every effort put forth h^ thesenoble women. We want agents everywhere. Mr. W. E. Murdock, the popular photographer is at the same old stand supplying the customers with satisfaction to all.. . Phone news to 437. It will pay you to watch the Pioneer. CORNERSTONE LAYING. -There was si-corner stone laying �at Dean Chapel Baptist church, Sunday, Nov. 19, white was largely attended. Many prorarjire^t men and, women of attended. An'fcejtime is the opinion of all who 'Went;' as Bfi\._T. ^esson the pastor spared no pains to. make it pleasant for all. Sermons were delivered by Revs. Pruitt and Rose. Amount collected $16 10. -Mr. Bonny Simmons of Texas, -fthe*| father of our popular druggist, Mr. M. C. Simmons has returned to-his home. speaks much.; praise of Muskogee and her citizens, "We hope such an Impression was made upon him that he , Mr^] Laura. t,oo-ofTiwL;i�, in fvoW'vl�rj Iting hor friends, .Mr*'* Mi - J. B. M  / Mr. James Osborne of Atoka, is l>ore looking at his . land which*1 comprises several hundred .acres of land used 'at present for pastofage.     - . Little Jessie Pylea is very ills. HORSE WHIPPED HIM. Rev. MulHgan, a vmwe-o-ffp paeacher, wn^^eWhed awhile in Haskell and is now coloring pictures received a horsewhipping aXiie hands of-col-ored men. He wentjo aVarm house to sell-s.ome pictures and finding -no but colored girl attempted to assault her but failed. He waffover"taken by a few1 colored men' a n d horsrwhipped for his miraculous escape^e would jKave been lynched wheu the crowd gath 1 - Quite a number'bf the members and friends of the C. M. E. church attended the Territorial Conference held at Giith-. rie. They have returned and report a very pleasant session.     , Rev. Dr. Simms preached at the C. M. E. church last Sunday . to an appreciative audience. |-vj^rs. T. J Elliott has a large class in millinery at Tullahassee Mission. They give all praise for the rapid progress made to itheir proficient teacher.     . Both kjngarton schools are progress-, ing nicely under the instruction of Mrs. Perdue and Morris. Mr. J. A. Bell of Wagoner was the city this week.        - in Phone news to 473. OoWel J..R. Stewart, the popular tailor^hasa goodtrade^ind~is dolhg^a paying business. Miss Nellie "Glass of the South side city school made a visit to tr.g homes and parents of all the students in her room. This is an excellent example and one which we are sure warrants imitation by her coworkers. Mr. and MfsT MtC. Simmons" entertained the following named persons last Sunday. Misses Lula McCullough .MinnieJKellar, Jj.ebrgia,.. Simmons^ and Lenna Lanhigan.        � w. l! Norris, President". ' R. P. DeGraflonried, Sec.  w. R~. Lantz, Mgr. W. �Jforris Cc amage arness y^pmpany. (INCORPORATED.) Builder and DeaJer in Phone 760. LIGHT AMr HEAVY CM-(RIAGESn -�. GALLON J. H. ELLIS, Supt. Muskogee District 324 Court St. Muskhgee, I. T.ror Home Off Ice, 5Q0 Center Street, LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. Wm. Raosdaub. Geo.W. Davis.. Geo.    Davidson. 319 N. SECOND STREET. Complete Fiineral Outfits. A Director For All Funerals. MUSKOGEE, INDIAN TERRITOR.V MIDLAND VALLEY R. R. Double Dally Train Service Petween MUSKOGEE AND FORT SMITH FOUR PASSENGER TRAINS -SOCHANOE OFCARSi Leaves for Fort Smith. ArriveB from Port SmiSbr kt0 i     _     -     -     7:26 a. m.       !    No, 1.      .�....... 12:35p,BU No! 2     -     -     -     2:Wp.m,             No,3.           -     -     10^.IR* Between Muskogee, Tulsa and'Skiatook. ..... Lvs. for Tulsa and Pawhuska No.l.     - *     -   ..2.00 p.m. Am. from Pawhuska. and Tiris&m No. 2 J._|\ Elder. . 7 Traffic Manager'. 12.0JL#..g>v   

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