Our Brother in Red. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1888 Page: 6 of 8
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1. I'ofckc herakct omc hnks?
Monkos holwaye cnkct os.
3. Holwnye cake tat nakcn e -
Hesakctvincsen anokccake kot os.
3. Naorkctaii anokccakct ome
4. He akelomc«cn cimipohiccta
yacaket ome haks?
lick.is, facca mome cetv yacvke
5. Estc cfckc 1110 malkct omc
Henka, I Icsakctomeset emarvkoe
6. Kstimat estc efeke marvkoe
7. Kstofan mome ccte ?
Cesvs 0I1 hnkasame yofv.
8. Klist link maket ome haks?
Esana coman hecka rauac kctos
9. Tewe nak makct mckusapot
Cafeke hasatken ankayas.
I. Ilesjikctoinesc afacecicka home
yat ests marane haks?
Anoke caraneye tos.
3. Estomaranc yat pomona yat
Henka, maket cmapohica raneyet
3. Enhate ceskv naken pomashet
omc haks ?
Etima oh hakasomckot emetalken
oh hakasomcyaren. %
4. Potulaswv oh facca nak maket
ome haks ?
Oponakv holvvahoketi soponaya-
rcne kon makatet os.
5. Pomakerrickv tft?
Pucapak hoka rane kon.
6. Fatcetv ta ?
H orkope11 aksaranekon.
Emapohl ca ranen.
8. Estomeyet omarene haks?
Etenoke caket omarene yet os.
Acayeca raneye tos.
10. Estemerra kat tv ?
II. Atotketv estomaken atotker-
aneyt omc haks ?
Emekasapet moponakan oh ho-
nayet nrckusvpkan apeya raneye tos.
CIIAS. G. MOORE,
Palei|l Medicines, Toilet Goods,
BmisJjes, Paints, Oils &c.
Ivtifritilf 1, = - Inct. Ter,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
G. W. GREEN,
Dealer in General Merchandise.
VINITA, IND. TER.,
The Only Strictly SPOT CASH House in the Indian Territory, and,
consequently, the cheapest place to buy goods. I handle the
Famous Geisecke Handmade
BOOTS -A-KTID GENTS' SHOES.
And Pressmeyer's Ladies Shoes. I lead the Territory in Clothing. My
Stock is kept complete in all Lines. When you come to Vinita, don't
forget me. 20 tf.
G. W. GREEN.
A Happy Experience.
Dear Brother Brewer:
T have reached the blessed state
in my Christian experience of per-
fect love. I do not care much for
the name of the blessing, but I
know I have the experience.
This the 1st day of February in
the year of our Lord, 1888.
J. T. IIali..
Boggy Depot, I. T.
Tlie above note for the paper
■gives us great pleasure. While the
name of this blessing is not of the
greatest importance yet we prefer
the scriptural one used by Method- 1
jst—"Perfect love or entire sancti-
fication." Other names are mis-
leading. When a Christian reaches
that experience in which he loves
God with all the heart, soul, mind
and thought and his neighbor as
himself, why should he not rejoice
and tell it to the -world if he feels
that by so doing he will glorify
God? The Lord bless and keep
you in all things, my dear brother.
Tells us not that the Indians are
becoming civilized. We saw a
Cheyenne chief buying a tablecloth
yesterday of the finest fabric-—Re-
Probably so. To sell tablecloths
to the Indians is an every day oc-
. currence here, but after noticing
the way most of them wear them,
•one can .hardly call that method
<civilized. —Purcell Register.
YOU WILL FIND AT
«IJ. E TURNER & C0,lx>
r-XJLH. LINE OF
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks and
Valises, Groceries, Queensware, Wood and Willowware,
Cash Paid for Country Produce.
Quick Sales and Small Profits is Our Motto.
Call when in the City. No trouble to show Goods.
-tf Muskogee,, Ind. Ter.
B. H. Cass
_ Ind. Ter.
Are Prepared to Supply
their Patrons with anything in their line at lowest prices. Their stock
consists in part of
DRY GOOES, NOTIONS, LADIES AND GENTS
CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE. Etc., Etc.
a specially of Supplying Farmers and Stockmen.
8ST We make
j-30-tf r l tf
J NO. O.COBB,
Drags, Ctanicals, Patent Melicites, Met Articles,Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc.
—A FINE LINE OF STATIONERY—
SEVENTY-FIVE DIFFERENT STYLES.
the very best
Candies, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco that can be had.
A NEW STOCK OF GOODS COMPLETE.
E, R. Rulison who was with Dr. M. F. Williams will remain with the
new store and will be pleased to see every bodv- We aim, if prices will
do it, to please our customers. Hotf 1
Patterson & Foley.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Clothing, Harness, Wagons, Hardware,
Tinware and Wooden ware.
Boors, Sash, Lumber, Lime and Cement, Salt
and Flour. Special Agents for the World
Renowned John Deere Plows.
FINEST STOCK IN THE TERRITORY.
Wholesale and retail dealers. We do an extensive
jobbing business and solicit your orders.
We want to buy all the Cotton in this
country. Will pay the highest prices.
PATTERSON <2Z FOLEY,
Eufaula, Ind. Ter.
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Brewer, Theodore F. Our Brother in Red. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 11, 1888, newspaper, February 11, 1888; Muskogee, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233816/m1/6/: accessed May 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.