Muskogee Pioneer, November 25, 1905

Muskogee Pioneer

November 25, 1905

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Issue date: Saturday, November 25, 1905

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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, / 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 - MUSKOGEE, INDT TER. Have WuKfeasons to behipe� . uiM| written romance-with tho PreBiuent aaj tho hero! Roosevelt, the cowboy1; Roosevelt, the colonel; Roosevelt,,the President, but above all Roosevelt,"the child of God" is a story fit to be dealt with by the deepest writers of the 20th century and reserved among the classics to inspire youths of unborn generations But there is anothen^ passage from.s the divine pen which/says "First get the beam out of - thine own eye then thou canst ^ee clear mho w to get the m o te out of thy brother's eye.*' . 'Tis true that the war in the East af*1 fected bur commerce to a small extent* but the:, greatest troubles a nation has is-Her domestic troubles, which if unnoticed, like a cancer cut the vitality from the" nation. Russia defeated Russia before the Mikado declared war, by gloctihg hex internal troubles. If "a nation fail to protect the units of a na- ' tion\ the -individuals that make up that nation, she may expect the individual to neglect ner in her hours of trials, ut the"Afro-American is an; excep-. TTto^vis rule-being in a Country' where^vwy citizen is supposed to be equally wroitected in life, liberty and rdperjy. stands and sees his prop-, erWdestroyed, his liberty limited^ 'his e iakep at the hands' ojf anigfry 'mobs of anarch^^s^with as much. c�mROi Will God help the inert? Do we hopev �forldivine aid without putting ourseli ' ves^Mran attitude to receive it? Dqwb a exp^rto-Mform without agitatioh?Can'1j# ^we-rgmain silent as each breeze js warm* -\ ed with the Ipnfjag'ration of some po^J?;^%'| black soul ai the stake? ? -\Mfl SuTaxation/w i thou t representation, ,rigljt of tpfal by jurors, .the freedom of speech and the press are- the foundations upon which t^iis government was , founded-deny these rights to any part-- of the] citizens for some �petty--prejudice " and yfou undermine the. foundation of"  -thirglorious .Commonwealth. The Ne-groes/hay^np need to despair. God is ju8t^nTtwill graoiously- reward those who merit'it. Seek no favoritism. Let J merit be your watch word.-S. H. V PEOPLES MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. The Largest Industrial Insvranoe Company of its kind in the Southwest. Pays Sick, Accident and Death Benefits under one policy. I . RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED G. B. King, General Manager. ' J. H. McCohico, Assistant Secretary. O, A. Miller, General Superintendent. ��>-�. 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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