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Our Brother In Red (Newspaper) - March 9, 1893, Muskogee, Oklahoma Rev. F. M. Mooi:;-:, Editor. Christian Education, the Hope of the Indian. tvrtxfn i ***** Ysak. 11.35 , To PKKACHKIW. $1. VOLUME XI r. muskogee, indian territory, thursday, march 9, 1893. number 10 SERVICES AT THK METHODIST CKUIICH, COR. CHEKOKEE AND MUSKOGEE SI'S. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p.m. Sunday School at 0: "0 r. Prayer Meeting every vVednesiiay at 8 p. m. Young Men's liibje Class and Pfayer Meeting every Fri�3ay at tt j>. in. Epworth Leacue every riuniiay fit 7 p. m. Communion Servloe First Sunday m each month. M. L. Butlkr, Pastor. W. N. Martin, Sppt., 8.8. Dr. J.O. Callahan. President or Epwoktu League. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday School every Sunday, 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday, 11 a. m. and 8 p.m. Toung people's Meeting every 8unday, p m. Social Bible study every Tuesday, C: 45 p m. Prayer and Praise every Thursday, 7:45 p m. Lord's Supper first Sunday of every other month. Covenant Meeting Saturday before the Art Sunday in eaoh month at 3 p. m. 8tranoeks and acquaintances are invited. Rev. D. Crosby. Pastor. ATOKNEYS. j. W.Ellis. W. H- McBiiide. EL.L1S Oc RIoBRIDK, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, South JWefllesteF, � I. T. Practice in the United States Courts of the Indian Territory, the Tribal Courts of the several Indian Nations and the Federal Courts at Paris/Texas and Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Collections promptly made and all business given careful attention. Correspondence invited. lABRISON. G. w. Pasco. < m. M. Edwimon* -i� Pasco, HaTrison & Edmiston, ATTORNEYS-AT-L A W, Muslcogee, - I. T. Will practice in the Courts of the Indian Territory and the Federal Courts of the adjoining states. S. 0. HINDS. W.C.JACKSON, Hindi ft lagksBi), LAWYERS. Will practice in the Unitod States Court for the Indian Territory and in the United States Court at Fwrt Smi� h, \rk. All Legal Business promptly ination for attorney general, but was defeated. Tbe only time he ever went out* side of party lines was when Butler was nominated for governor and he refused to support him. Mr. OIney was bom in -Oxford,. Mass., in 1835, graduated ai Brown university, class '56, and at Harvard Law school, 1858. 15* RICHARD Q&XEY. The Methodists have bsen holding a sue cesstul protracted meeting at AUuwe.
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