Our Brother in Red. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1887 Page: 14 of 16
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OUR BROTHER IN RED.
F. B_ SEVERS,
muskogee, indian territory,
I respectfully announce to the public that I have opened a General Stote at the Old Pioneer Stand ot
J. S. A'kinton Co., wilh an eniire new stock of
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Patent Medicines, and a Full
Stock of Groceries, Flour, Meal, Bran, Corn, Oats, and Bacon,
All boueht at bottom prices on the lowest markets of t iTis year of low prices in the East. I therefore
confidently < Her my fine new slock of good* to the discerning Luhlic as comprising pvpry thing needed by
the people of this cmfhtry, as being Fresh Goods. Latest Styles, And Lowest, Prices. We invite your inspec-
tion, an1 guarantee satisfaction in every particular. Afsit-ted by Mr. Martin and a corps ot peine and effi-
cient clerks, I ask all to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods.
NEW GOODS! 600D GOODS! AND FASHIONABLE GOODS!
DBEAD AND MEAT
Fir all (f the Men, Women, and Children of this section of the beautiful Indian Territory. w
BIBLES - a great bargain? '
J * 2P.JLSEL,
Muskogee, I. T.
R. B. HARRIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Muskogee, Indian Territory,
Will practice In all the courts of the Creek Nation,
aiul all the courts ol the Cherokee Nation, aim
before the United states Court lor the Western
Dtstiiciof Arkan-an oct-tf
St. Louis Molding and Frame Factory.
J. It. WKUIIER CO.,
PICTURE MOLDINGS, FRAMES,
AND LOOKING GLASSES.
And Wholesa'e Dealers in Pictures, and every thing per-
taining to the Picture Frame Trade.
New Factory Nos. 2000. 2002, mid 2004
N. IJroailway, St. Louis.
A nice morocco Pocket Bible, with rim*
and clasp, by mail lor oo ■ en *.
J. B. MeFEKKIN, Agent.
FOIl THE PULPIT.
Physician and Surgeon,
MUSKOGEE, B. T.
TirK have Just received a line of Pronounco
lnt Bibles tor puii>li me. All ihe proper
naiiif' Hccmied acco ding to the best Au=
thurillM, .All pie«chers, even the must
sc olarl.v. will appiet'itt e thin leature.
The print is nuge, the paper heavy and
fine and the blndn n sub-tant al and eiegai.t,,
hence they cannot b>- made at very low puces.
The prices are a-> follows:
No 55POermart Moiocco, Antique Gilt, ?I0
" 5tt I' Gertnan Moiocco. Antique .Gilt 12
" 57 P Levant Morocco, Beveled Gilt .5
We have also the following l'ulplt Bibles,
No 5b Morocco Gilt * g 5 51)
" (i7 French Morocco, Paneled Gilt 6 7>
" (H i urkey M rtoceo, Antique 7 7>
" Gil Turkey \bi>occo. Panned 9 f.o
" < 0 Kxtra Latge P'int, Mon ceo Gilt... li 0')
" 7 Same, Turfej Morocco Gin is 00
Any of these Bib es will lie delivered by
mail or express, p et>aid, ai prices mentioned.
11 to lie sent hy express at expellee Of purchHS-
e>. «e will make liberal reriuctn ti.
N. H—l'uloit nib'es do not C"nta1n pictures
or other extra matter. No. hi. hi d No. 7 are
wit hout references. Orders prompt ly filled.
Southern lUcthndlut Publishing House,
JNashvUie. Ten 11.
For the use of Sunday-school and Bible stu-
dents, showing the
Travels of .Jesus
la Chronologic.1 order. .
By Rev. A. P.Btout.
Size 3x6 Jeet, mounted on roller.
Subscription Price $5.
We have securecf a job lot sold at sheriff sale
and are able to otter them by mall, nost
pa 1(1 at 91 '45. **
We baveaUoa few of the same map in a
smaller size, ^x3/eet, for class use, 75 ceuts by
Southern Methodist Publishing House,
THE SEW VOLUME
BV J. CISOIIVLAV J0SES.
STUDIES IN THE GOSPEL
AccorJinf to St, Jobs,
12mo, Cloth, 337 pp. 81.
TUB many admirers of this rare Welsh
preacher's former productions, " tudies
in St. Matthew "and 'Htudies in the* Acts,"
have been eagerly expectiny this volume.
The Book Agent announces its i*sue with
pleasure, aud tully and heartily commends it
as lie did the former volumes.
We will send by mail, post-paid, for $1, or the
three volumes, Matthew, John, aud Acts, for
I1 HIS work is very highly commended by all Address J. B. McFerrin, Agent, Southern
who have road it. Send for a copy; 75 cents M«UioUist Publishing House, Nashville, Teiin.
bv mail. - *
Our Iford's Parables.
BY KEY. S. NOLAND,
Of the Kentucky Conference,
Address Southern Methodist
JxJuse. Nashville, Tenn.
11 ami > Alia* of the World contains ao coi
ored msps, Imntm in flexible cloth, by mall t«
any addms, for 50 cents. Southern Method
1st Publishing bou*e, Naahville, Tenn.
Only $1 toracopy ot any of the standard Eng-
lish Poet*, elegantly bound in cloth, full gilt.
Scott, Milton Shakespeare, Byron, Burns,
Moore, Hood. Cowptr, Voting, Herbert,
Spencer, lolcrldtte, Wordsworth, Hem-
an*, Campbell, Pope, leuii>sou, Mont-
gomery, etc. J. B. McFEKnlN, Agent,
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Brewer, Theodore F. Our Brother in Red. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1887, newspaper, August 1, 1887; Muskogee, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234374/m1/14/: accessed January 25, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.