Muskogee Times-Democrat from Muskogee, Oklahoma on October 6, 1905 · Page 7
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^V-^.-.^ ^ ^jgM?*Y ,,ett^ Wall paper, Smlth-Torrans. 176 -tf J. L. Dabbs, president of the First National bank, 1 B a Claremore vis­ iter. Smoke LaRosa Rspanola- Clgar Store. it Turl 161-t.' Miss Reynolds of Vlnlta has accepted, n position at the Indian agen- Alderman Wlswell left for Salll- RaW last PTpnlnR nri arroinrt of his father's Illness. Col. R. L. Owen and wife and daughter, Dorothea, returned yesterday from a trip to the Pacific coast. Camillus Kessler, the cartoonist, formerly of this city, Is now at Parsons, Kansas, running a series of cartoons In a paper t'here. Ask for a La R OBS Bspanola—at Turf Cigar Store. 161-tf •O. A. Wise of the Inspector's office returned from VtnUa this morning where he has been engaged on court business. Mr. Wise returned alone. Store your goods with the Muskogee Transfer Co. 219-tf Col. R. I,. Owen and family returned this morning from an extended trip to California. Mrs Rogers and son have arrived from Lexington. Ky., to Join Tier husband. Dr. C. T. Rogers. Thp Deinorrat work right. job office does L. G„ Sykcs has returned from a trip to several of the smaller towns west of Muskogee on business. How are your kidneys? It Is dangerous to delay wften the kidneys are sick. One box of Kldney-Ettes will recommend the next. 25 cents. Muskogee Drug Co. For cuts, burns, old sores, ecse- ma, pi>s and all skin diseases, there Is no remedy eijaal to the Hawkey© Family 6alve. 25c. Muskogee Drug Co. Mrs. Glass had a most successful millinery opening yesterday. Pretty souvenirs were given t'iie lady visitors and the display of bats, and lovely millinery was sufficient to please the most fastidious DON'T DECfffe IT UNTIL YOU HAVE READ THE WANT ADS f POR UfelNT WANTED No advertisement under thli head will be run for lees than 2-V except M its. ted below, and all adrcrtiaetm nti in th« want columns mut be accompanied by the cash. Ai)*erUeunienU Tar nelp wanted" of poaidonT .wanted not over S line* wiU ba inaartad 3 timea free In this column „ WANTED—To store your goodr with the Muskogee Transfer com- rauy. 808-tf WANTKI)—Printers <o beware of the alluring offers of employment being made by big city offices. These offices are tied up by a strike. 179-Gtx CHIC STYLES. Cont» For the Sclioolulrl—Two IMeee OnllnK SnltH—Droniij' Slceven. Coats for girls tire long and loose or of the short reefer variety. They are made uf linen, white flannel and serge. When a woolen fabric is used it is generally trimmed with linen •cuffs and collars either plain or worked in broderie anglalse. Two piece outing gowns are very much i In evidence. Some of these W M. Crawford, chief clerk to 1'niti'd States Inspector Wright, left last night for points In Kansas on a month's vacation trip. He was accompanied by his wife W O. Kennedy, manager of the Western Newspaper i'nlon branch in this city, has been Joined by his wife and sons, Tom and Jim. from Oklahoma City. They will live at 2:!0 North Nth street. Mr. W. E. (Jill of St. Louis, an experienced and pleasant business man, is connected with the McKelvain Mercantile company. It is to be trusted he will become a permanent resident of Muskogee. FOR RENT—A nice furnished room, hot and cold wnter, uatli room attB'hed Call nt O. 8 Gaines, phone 149. 177-tf FOR RENT—Part of largo stenm- heated office.—John J. Moore, room 5, Raines Bldg. ' ITS-C.t. ""RENT - Furnished rooms, lights, bath. Hoard If de- Turner's house, 4 0(5 E, K()R elect 11, sired Broad wnv 1 79-tltx The pill that will. Berg's Little Liver and Stomach Pills cure constipation, sour stomach and Liver Complaint. Try them. 100 pills 25 cents. Muskogee Drug Co. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proprsais will be received at the office of the city recorder of Muskogee, I. T., up to 7 o'clock p. m.. October KMh. 1 ;>(>;>, for the const ruction of a two-story brick fire station. Plans and specifications '•an be seen at the office of Chas. H. Sudhoelter, architect. 109 1-2 Okmulgte avenue, Muskogee, I. T. The council reserves the right to waive any irregularities and to accep: or reject any and all bids. W. W. MOMYER. 180-tf Recorder. FA KM BARGAINS. NET EVEN IN O GOWN. frocks have short coats to match, but as a general rule they are worn with long cloaks, especially for yachting. Many dressy sleeves are trimmed from shoulder to elbow with a flight of tiny flat bows. Older women are weartng black velvet ones, but the girls affect all the smart new shades. The latest fad in stockings is to have them match the gown and worn, unless the dress is white, with black shoes. Rose colored lightweight cloth Is used a great deal for tailor made gowns and looks well in conjunction with fine lingerie blouses and the new dull gold belts which are so supple and becoming to slight figures. A spray of forgetinenots in enamel makes a pretty collar pin and can be bought for $1.50. The dainty dress seen In the cut Is of white net trimmed with ropes and drops of green chiffon In the shape of roses. The girdle Is of green; also the threading of ribbon about the decol­ lete neck. JUDIC CHOLLET. 1—Sw town. 1G, 1-4 of range n w 1 7. 1-4 of sec. I mprcved 4-room house, orchard, etc. $1,090 2—East 1-2 of se 1-4 and sw 1-4 of se 1-4 of sec. 20, town. 19, range 15. Price 91 .000 3—North 1-2 of se 1-4 of sec. 30 and nw 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec. 29, town. 19, range 1G_ 4-room house, 90 acres under cultivation, 2nd bottom land. Price $8,000 1—Sw 1-4 of nw 1-4 sec. 35, town. 1G, range 16 and east 1-2 of sw 1-4 and nw 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec. 4, town. 1G, range 17. 9 *2,000 5—North 1-2 ef nw 1-4 of sec. 28, town. 17, range 18. One mile south of Wagoner, all under cultivation. Price 92 ,000 6—West 1-? of ne 1-4 and sw 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec. 19, town. 12, range 17. One and a half miles from Checotah, I. T. Price including 5- year lease on 40 acres 92,000 7—4 2 acres in ne 1-4 sec. 2, town. 19, range 17. One and a half miles from Inola. Price 98O0.O0 We are offering the above seven pieces of land at the above prices for this week only. . . No commission to omenta at above prices. SOUTHWESTERN LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. 305 1-2 W Broadway (Evans bldg.) 181-3t EM PI ,OY M ENT A 0 E NC Y—Look s after all business, procures labor, -ells or buys business quickly, secures partners, leases, buys or sells Ir.nd. gets property ratings, promote your patents, secure you additional capital, strictly private and conflden- tial. We have n chain of business) 1 M the Territories. Office Carolina ltuildlng. Muskogee. I. T. 1 7G-tf WANTED—"The best things are !'e least come-at-able" was written before the age of "Omnlgrams"— want ads. Want advertising makoa all reasonable things "come-at-ahl») ' WINONA SALESMlEN"and saleT ladies wanted. Requires about $80 to handle proposition. Send references or call at 130 S 4th street H. Ch list ensen, District, manager. 1 77-Gtx \\ ANTIOI) -Two experienced sa !es : men for our elegant line of household specialties. Sold on easy pay ments. R. W. Grimsley, Box 176, Fort Smith. Ark. 170-12t-x ~TO TRADE—Oklahoma farm - for Muskogee property. See Muskogee Fruit company. lG9-tf ~ WINONA SALESMAN is at 13 0 S 4th siieet Phone 72U. If yob want to see sampes of these celebrated goods ,)hone or write H. Ch r i s I en sen 177-Gtx WANTED First class plumbers to work In open shop. Not to take place »f strikers. Kinnison Bros. 177-fit WANTED Cood solicitors! Call at Room OS, German bldg today. 1 7!>-5t WANTED Room and board Tn private family by lady. First class references. Address P. O. Box 295. 1 Sil-3t "WANTED To buy~"r.iiTio tobacco tags, pay 10 cts per hundred. .1. W. .lacks, 131. S. 2nd. IKO-Gt ~~ WANTED You To ring up .1. M. Iturk, phone 717, if you want your mattresses and feathers renovated, box couches made to order, furniture repaired, upholstered, cleaned and vnrnistied and crated for shipping. 545 N. 5th street. Thurs. Fri. and Sat.l81-tf WAN t E D—^o" "re iff'a cottage with stable attached. Address P. O. Box 937. 181-3tx ROOM KOR RENT—With light and imth at 524 W. Court. l79-::tx — FOR RENT- One nice rronT mom furni-hi-d or unfurnished, 302 8 3rd street. mi,, block south of Okmulgee 1 SD-3IX FOR RENT Nicely furnished room" Charleston House, 3 1 s N. Cherokee lSil-Ct FOR RENT-—One store room at 107 S Main street. Inquire of .1 R. S'I.IW Furniture Co. lM-3t REN' In Furnished room for on car line. 3n I N 1 s 1 ;:tx RENT OR SATE - Furnlsh- >m house Inquire 13 1 N el t'i p. 111. 1 S 1 3 I \ RENT One or two nicely (I n.onis. very cheap. lulu:, Cincinnati nve. is.' :;ix RENT Pleasant front room 1 1 s E. Broadway, for one gent lemen. 1 s 'J -:'. 1 x RENT -Board and room for ;•_'."> N. 7th st. In private fain- 1 S 2 - 3, t x Two connecting Furnished rooms. FOR two 1 C Slle,- FOR ed :• 'o 18th an _ FOR furnl-ln quite a' FOR close 111 or two FOR two .11 : iiy. FOR KENT rooms tor office. : Wilson i $ •White >••••••••• HAVE A COMPLETE AND Fresh Stock of Drugs And Druggists' Sundries ICE CREAM PARLOR AND COLD DRINKS SERVED 204 W. Broadway A Thoroughly Competent Pharmacist on Duty Official statement of the condition of TUB FIRST NATIONAL. BANK< of Muskogee, Ind. Ter. At the close ef business, Friday, Aug. 29, 1905. KBMOUKCES onnta. I oana uid Di Overdrafts.... Warranta U. 8. Bonds Premium on Bonds.. Cash And Rio Anft V"V» — MK»--ok «tftt«mnnl I. »*IM« 70 Capital... LlABILTTl*" «.<>41 00 j Surplusiand Profits 23.271 SI I Circulation 2 .V) U00 00 .... (None) 09*,663 4<» ll.SlXl .g.HB 80 Dcpoait*.. .... 01,437 fU ll ..flHI,.t»rt Si i» A RANm .r.. 50 ci 11 Virgin 1 to $ 1 per <lny, luinso. per 1 s: •k. '.IX The l><ni<>( rut Job oflice 8|»e<'ijil(y of mer< hunt H' cliwk-. l.«-t us print some makes a counter for you. Officers! G. W. Barnes President E. D. Nlms, Vice Pres. Leo.F. Bennett, Vice Pres. D. N. link, Cashier E.P. Sweeney, Ass't Cash. POR &AL,£, FOR SALE—Good iwo-revolution Hco newspaper press six column qu'Hrto, perfect condition, now In dally use printing Muskogee Democrat. Speed 160 0 per hour. Can be seen In operation any afternoon. Write Democrat, Muskogee, for a bargain. FXJR SA LE—-Lady and gent's ticket to Colorado Springs. Lady and Rent's ticket to Birmingham, Ala. Address Traveler, care Democrat or call at Democrat. FOR SALE—120 acres near Morris, I. T.. 120 acres near Checotah, I. T., 120" acres near Broken Arrow, T. T.. 80 acres near Wainwright, I. T. Call at room 312, Iowa bldg. - 175-tf FO"R'SALE"— Fine Fischer piano, new, to exchange for real ' estate. Box C7, Chouteau. I. T. 179-Ctx I Home Visitors Excursion • October 10,1905 • VIA • The Clover Leaf Route a St. Louis to Points in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, New York, Michigan, West Virginia, Kentucky. B Rates for the above occasion from all points in the _ . Southwest. • Tickets Limited Thirty Days _ Ask your home agent or write to us for particulars and see that you are ticketed via the CLOVER • LEAP ROUTE, "The Comfortable Way" through • Central Indiana and Ohio. Our trains are fully equipped with Free Reclining Chair Cars, modern coaches and Pullman sleepers; Our passenger agent • will meet you in the'St. Louis Union Station. • R. J. McKAY, E. L. BROWNE, District Pass. Ag't. Traveling Pass. Agt.' ~ St Louis, Mo. .. * . Kansas Ch>, M Q. • •••••••••••••>--- WANTED—Agents to sell something new, $5 or $G per day can easily be made. Apply 229 N. Main st. 181-3tx WANTED—Experienced~cook at the Lanning hotel, East Side. 182-3t -Girl for general No washing or iron- Mrs. C. M. Bradley, WANTED- housework. Ing. Applv to 411 North C. EMPLOYMENT party with small Investment, come 181-3t AG ENCY wants capital, splendid and see. 182-3tx TO LOAN—Money on city and farm property at 8 per cent on long time, small payments, quick loans. See Wilkinson, Brown Palace hotel, temporary residence. 182-3tx ~W^NTETJ—Position to" take care a sober, Indutsrlous young colored man. Arthur Moore, care Democrat. lS2-3t WANTED—Man to gather thirty- acres of corn. Riverside Dairy. P. O. Box 11. 182-3t DEEDS RECORDED. Compiled by the Pioneer Abstract and Tru*t Company. E. S. Warner, G. se Brown, B. F. to $175, sw 19 14 17. Corbray, Morris to Frederick Argall, $1200, west 1-2 ne and ne 23 14 14 Cooper, V.'S. to E. 8. Warner, $1, Be 12 14 16. Eggleston, R. W. to F. M. Woods, $200, lot 5, block 6, Chase, I. T. Grayson, Willie to Thos. O. Hays, $750, se sw 12 15 15. Grayson. Pomeroy, et al to E. 8. Warner, $1, se 12 14 1C. Hughes, Annie to A. C. Trumbo, $1835, lot 3. block 399, Muskogee. Harmon, Leo C to Elton Brasel, $400, part lot 3, block 414, Muskogee. I International Bank and Trust Co to Roger L. Nay, $1300, part lot 17, block 188, Muskogee. Love, Robert to Matt Downs $300, north 1-2 block 16, Love's ad dltlon, MusKogee. Morrison, Ceasar to Geo. Ware, $800, north 1-2 ne ne 17 15 17 south 1-2 ne ne 17 15 17. Manuel, Sophia and Ellen by at torney to E. 8. Warner, $1, nw 29 16 17. Owens, Lizzie to Ketch Canard and J. B. McCulloch, $10, nw se and se se 29 15 18. Round to Get Coal. "Poor Mrs. Murphy! Sure, ut 'B In terrible sthralts she is!" "Phwat'a l^ie mottber?" "Sure, ine'd not a'clnt In th' bouse to bny coal wid, an— "An' how did she git It?" "She pawned th' sthove!" —Cleveland Leader THE COMMERCIAL I NATIONS BANK NTUSKOOEB IX Capital $200,000 00 Surplus £25,000 W. K. Bowser, Front A. M..YOUNG , Caah. MURRAY HABKKLU An't Cub. BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, $300,000 We solicit your business and promise prompt and courteous treatment. Banking, Insurance, Abstracts and Real Estate FOR SALE—One 5 year-old horse sound and gentle. Inquire atR. & H. ; Com. Co., 113 Homested Bid. I 180-_3tx FOR SALE—Two "lots 50xlS5 ft.' each. Robinson addition. Bargain If taken at once. J. W. Jacks, 1311 S. 2nd. 180-Ctl ' CITY \ NATIONAL BANK .MUSKOGEE^ CAPITAL SI OO.OOO.OO It is the'policy of this bank to carry 50 per cent of its deposits in cash. Safety is our watch-word. We do nothing but banking. FOR SALE—All furniture and contents of ten-room rooming house for $200 If taken immediately. A snap. Call Room 2, Barnes bldg.. 3rd and Broadway. 180-4tx ~" FOR SALE—At some prlce.fur- niture. Including cook stove. All good as new. 518 North G. 180-3tx FOR SALE—Rooming and boarding house, close in, on W. Broadway, 12 rooms, well furnished, cheap at $4 50. Apply to Perclval Adams, Room 1, Crabtree bldg. 181-3t ~FOR - SALE—f20 acres of land, near Haskell. Title perfect. Room 56. German bldg. lSl-3tx FOR SALE—Ralllroad ticket to St. Louis. Address L, this office. 181-3tx FOR SALE—Four desirable, improved lots In Haskell. A bargain. Address 405 Cincinnati st, Muskogee. I. T. 182-3tx FOR SALE—If you want a typewriter don't forget G. Y. Denham, the typewriter expert, at the Turner hotel. 45-tf MUSKOGEE TRANSFER CO. Main Office, Turner Motel Branches: Jones' Book Store FREIGHT StORAGTE GABS Prompt Service and careful handling, eovpied wltfc moderate charges, warrant ua la taking a liberal share of your patronage in transferring trunks and other baggage and the drayage oi general merchandise. Quick work and fair figures make our bid tm your favor. Telephone us when jM want what you're looking for. Phone 403. $tora*> Hou*e3rd and Commercla 1 FOR SALE—A good bycicle at a bargain. E. Foster, Room C, Eldorado hotel. 182-3tx The Democrat Job offlce makes a »p*-<-laity of merchanta' counter checks. Let ns print some for yon. FOLLOW THE FLAG L08T mm LOST—-Fine gold watch with name "Fred Wlswell" engraved on outside. Liberal reward will be paid for the return to the owner. 180-3t I IX)ST—A baby's white cloak about 7ra and Broadway. Finder return to Muskogee Fruit company and receive reward. 181-3t Wabasb Route THROUGH SLEEPERS -TO- New York, Boston, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chio&go, Canada and the Northwest. Police Court Three drunks were arraigned before Judge Momyer this morning as follows: J. L. Richardson, Den Johnston, and Oeorge Williams. All were fined $2 and costs which they paid. A Tragedy in Limerick. A villain, then living in Uu , Abducted Lucretla Ba. Her keen, piercing eye Rao him through. She said "Die!" He replied: "Hell am I turning ta?" —Kunsas City Telegram The Shortest, quickest and Only Line from St. Louis or Kansas City unning over its Own Tracks to Niagara Falls or Buffalo. TIME AND EQUIPMENT UNEXCELLED. .... SEE THIS SCHEOUIE. .... Leaving 8t.I>oato . . . ll«pm . . »«P» • • 118 Arriving»tDetroit . jMpa , . U«fa . • • • Xrrtvtnc st Buffalo . 4 »• m . . Ilia . . lOOpa . • m Airtvtag»t Boston . . »2*pm . . • • »»aai . . W»»B Leare St. Loula : Arrive in Chicago • 00 a a Vo€acdUi Service Bctweei. St. Leufa and : »Kam s it tllpa : 1 SSQpin 1 : t : faoaa : St. LmuU, St. Pui eo4 MlnneaeeU* Umtta* LeavingBt. Louie : zoapm Leavtas81 Paol : t t TtOpa Arriving In MlnneapcUe : : 8 16a a LeavingMlnnaapolle ; 1 T41 pa Arrivlag io St. faul : SMaa Arriving In St. Louie 1 ilMpa .... The New PUMttaM Rente. .... : vmaa 1^4pm ttfapa 1 t IHapa IlMpa i 1 . . . sttaa . . Leave St. Louie Arrive Toledo Arrive Pltteburg T 4Sam • ataa « 00pa Stopover allowed on all through Uoketa at Niagara Falls. Meal* served ID Wabash Palao* Piniag Can. tioure of vslsabU Uae saved ay | oaaslng tlokete via WABASH. Conealt ncket AgeoU of oonasottog Uaes or iddms 990 Main St.. Boom 203 DftbbAS, TBXn*. j

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