The Oklahoma Safeguard. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1905 Page: 4 of 5
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Locals and Personals.
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0. W. Dickersos, ■ - - Editor. Sk
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Mis. W. M. Kiniiaril of 701 Inspite of the bad weather last ®
South Broad Stivet was a very Sunday, our ix-ople were out &
pleasant caber to our office one and all joined in the services at
dav last week. After taken a . .. TJ ,, • , Sg
view,of everything -he ouened ,-Ne^, P™l**t Baj.tis &
her purse ana said put me down ' hurch. The pastor discussed *
as a subscriber ana here is my Christianity as a subject, which a|
church dues for this Month, vas pleasing to all. M
We offered no objections to eith-
er. We like such calls.
Services at the First Baptist Church,
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Sunday 8chool 0:30 a. m. Rev. C. A.
Misses Gertrude Stewart,
Lillian Henderson and Mrs.
What Others Say.
..Is The Place to get..
Good Meals and Clean Beds,
Board and Lodging By the Day or Week.
WHIT ELLIS, Prop.,
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Muskogee Bureau. ' COLUiMBUS BUREAU,
S. D. HOOKER, M OR °
Sitter Rtbccc* Hotkin* 1 o °
It was with great pleasure r,7,„nd a, w. t w ) miicitom. o w. d. adams, .... iditor. °
that we received the first issue ooo ooooo ooooo oooo ooooooooooooooooo
of the Oklahoma Safeguard, a Literary fpciety was orgaoized by Rev. J. M. Coleman pastor of
i edited by Rev. C. A. Buchanan, the young people of die First Missionary the Presbvterian churcu is hold-
Baptist Church. Marcn 12th, with its . f, , • f . .
bright corps of officers, headed by th:'.t 1 J1-'.
iroticient musician and scholar, Professor | pastor j jj Misgon is a i)0wer
Sunday school is very interesting ig 314 w. Harrison Ave.,
under the leadership of Prof.
0. W. (.Turley as Suprintendent.
He is a young man with push
and energy. It would not do
to speak of the Supt. without
Guthrie, O. T.
Flossie Henderson, were callers! saying somthing about his co-
at the Safeguard office last Tues- workers whom are also young
people. They are trying to lift
up our boys and girls in Perry.
Mr. N. J. G. Johnson Ex-
County clerk, has been appoint-
ed Notary Public and opened a
Real Estate office in Rooms 7
and 8, Bamford building on Ok-
Dr. Brown's new drug store has been
moved fr<>ra the old stand, 120 8. Second
Street to 215 W. Harrison Avenue in the
two story brick building on the corner.
BEFORE - LOCATING
Write or Call On
The public school teachers are
spending their time in tli« work
of lifting up the youths of the
age. Parent, let it be in the
future as in the pass with you. j
Keep your children in school,
for so says McKinley, all great
The moving is an advantageous one be christians Judtrins
cause of the locution and the nice large !>eolHe mnsiians. Jiiii^tiig
glass front. Go over and tee him when trom this point of view, the
in need of medicines of any kind. | young people of to-day must j
Advertise in the Safeguard and! become the church of to-morrow
let the people know what you Hence the question should be ask-
want. " ,.d by them to this world of pro-
Mr. S. M. McGee of Perry in gross. What wilt thou have
company with Mr. J. H. Crowell ine to do( The world will re--
of orlando were in the city on spond by saying, prepare your-
thToXtoKLusppetl 111 the relves 1,ravel>:
m the conflict to win, forthe>.e-
\\ e want one hundred men in onjy a creature of destiny.
A^l rfrhV6'1 '°iS^ e Safeguard, other nations have worked their
All right, send m your applica-
Hill Mercantile Land & Loan Co.,
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
WE SELL. LEASE OR RENT.
j* These Lands are Owned Absolutely by Freedmen. ■.*
A. G. Hill, Pres.
M A W U>b, s< <■.
A .F. Fisher, Treas.
S. 8. James, Gen. Mgr.
Hill Mercantile Company,
BEGGS, IND. TER.
Dots From the Mound
The Paper is Just Right.
tion and we will send you an ap
pointment and an agent's outfit.
Dr. Blown is putting in fresh drugs ev-
ery day. Call on him and you will be
treated right. 215 West Harrison Ave.
A new two story brick build-
ing 011 the corner of Oklahoma
Ave. and Division Street is in
Send in your subscription for
The Ladies Missionary Society
Mr. Marshnl! Cheatam, and
Misses Emma Anderson, Irene
Bell left a few days ago for their
homes at Isola Miss.
Miss A. M. Oliver, teacher
the Mound Bayou, Miss., Indus-
up through different pursuits | ^aj college spent last week at
and why not the Negro.
Our churches are very well
attended since the severe weath-
er has broken. Last Sunday
night the Prospect Baptist
church held communion, all
enjoyed the services.
On last Thursday evening
Feb. llith, the Editor of the
Safeguard "Rev. C. A. Buchan-
meets every 3rd Monday evening an" was with us, and according
at ■! p. m. They had a grand to the request of the pastor and
meeting last Monday evening. lieople of perry> he (lelivered ti
i're.-eriptiotu cahlki li v compounded noble address, and showed liim-
at Dr Brown's drug store. Toilet ank let ,.-,>1, rt,nanna pnn
of all kinds Giveliim a trial, satisfaction ,l ma" Wltft UaS0'1S> Con
guaranteed, 315 West Harrison Avenue, science and ability. The au-
The revival at the Macedonia1 was ver^ orderly and atj
Baptist Church under manage-
ment of pastor Lyons is still in
progress and is doing much good.
Ladies Missionary Society will
have a preaching service 011 the
5th Sunday at 11 a. 111.
tentive, and at times during the
editor's remark a wail of moan-
over the people. So
discuss the Kind of
education that will produce the
highest type of manhood. Oil
this point, he discussed at length
ing passed <
well did he
ti>„ 1 , . , . up one side and down the other,
■m l H i i investment N';um,ly eduoate the handg to
C V 5 ! Ttl0«f ' ihf toil which will prevent loafing,
SLty P.f ^ • btewart is t.h« h« n<l tn thinlr wl-iicn
her home in Indianola, Miss.
Miss G. A. M. Gayles, Matron,
spent a few days at home with
parents and friends last week
and reports a good time.
The college base ball team is
making things lively.
The Oklahoma Safeguard is
becoming to be a great favorite
of the teachers and students.
Spring has come and the teach-
ers and students are looking bet-
ter than, they did during the
sleet and snow.
Mrs. Stephens, music teacher
played well her part in the mus-
ical concert last Tuesday night.
Rev. Jernagin and Dr. Alford
were present at the college pray-
er meeting on Thursday night.
Wellston, Okla. Mar. 1905—To
the editor of the Safeguard.
Specimen copies of your paper
received. It is a bright sheet
and deserves the support of the
people. We need more clean
in papers with brain and moral
courage as the motive power;
papers that publish the things
best for its readers to know; pap-
ers that record the doings of the
people, encouraging the right
and condemning the wrong, and
thus hold up the hands of the
few whose basic principle of
thought and action is right
For to be just and advocate the
principles of justice under all
conditions is the test.
Wishing you much success I
Yours very Truly,
T. R. Debram.
formerly of Miss, but now located
at Guthrie, Oklahoma. As of
1 ild it comes brimfull of ne ws
The Avalanche gladly welcomes,
the Safeguard in the journalistic
world from its new field of labor.
-Avalanche, Beulah Mississippi.
The Oklahoma Safeguard, of Guthrie,
O. T.f edited by Hon. C. A. Buchanan,
formerly of this State was a welcome
visitor to our desk the first of this month,
we predict for it a brilliant succesp.
—Banner, Edwards, Miss.
The first issue of the Oklahoma Safe-
guard published at Guthrie, came to our
desk this week. It is a clean and newsy
paper. C. A. Buchanan is an all round
newspaper man, and may he live long
and do great good.—Clarksdale Journal.
We are greatful to say once more, The
Oklahoma Safeguard, better known as
the Preacher's Safeguard, has come to
us filled to the brim with good things as
usual. Success to you while in the Ter-
ritory. Rev. C. A. Buchanan (the ed-
itor) is known far and near as a man of
"Trained thoughts a profound reasoner
and one of the ablest journalists of this
state.—Searchlight, Port Gibson.
The latest—The Oklahoma Safeguard,
is the latest to our exchange list: has
hoisted its sails at Guthrie, Oklahoma,
with Rev. C. A. Buchanan as Editor.
It is a clean and uewsy sheet.—Wynu
Pilot, Wynn, Ark.
We are in receipt of our first copy of
the "Oklahoma Safeguard," Rev. C. A.
Buchanan is at the helm as editor. The
"Safegurad" is well kown in this state
and its many subscribers will be -proud
to see their old friend the "Safeguard"
coming to them every week. The editor
is well known to our subscribers for at
one time he was editor and owner of the
Herald which preceeded the Times. The
Safeguard is better than ever and issued
from Guthrie, Oklahoma.—Times, Hat-
DR. A. C. JACKSON,
Physican & Surgeon,
i,. , | educate the head to think whic
' . ^ ul' will produce reason, educate the
f H nT, 0U r:n1"«arf which will produce hon-
ot Harnsun Avenue and 2nd ,8tv 1 ■ -
Street. It has all the appear- ■' '
ances of a neat and healthy busi-
\ ou can get firat class biacksmithing
done ut Spencer's Blacksmith Shop on
East Oklahoma Avenno
The editor almost lifted
the congregation to their feet
hen lie was discussing those
Never were hearts more sad
Mr. J. H
three vital points. Several peo
pie remarked to me since the
editor returned home that he
Go and see him I just suited them, w e want to1 than were ours when we heard \
Brownlee has ju 11see a c,°Py °? Hi0 Safeguard in | of the demise of this destin
Rev. R. Williams, pastor of
the Jit. Carmel Baptist church
was fatally burned Saturday
March 5th. He died at 3,23 o'
clock the same day. He had
115 1-2 S. 2nd St. 'Phone 169.
410 W.Vilas Ave. 'Phone 633
For the last part of the week
we have had some heavy rain.
Mr. It. Haight went to Arcadia
last Saturday with a load of cot-
Rev. Morton finished his four
months school term last Satur-
A good many are preparing to
burn prairie grass.
The slipper at the school house
last Saturday night turned out
Water Valley, Miss.
1 Elder Dutler accompanied by
pastored this church tor 3d years.! „ n ■ , , , . .
V , , Rev. A. P. Mack held services at
a trip down in
Rev. McGuire of Orlando, was
in the city this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Neal were
callers at the Safeguard ottiice
Miss Sara K. Black made a
trip to Langston, one day last
every home in Ferry, and shall guished minister of the gospel,
earnestly strive to that end. Truly is the gaying vanliKli
Prof. 0. W. Gurley has a j that yet a little while and all
fresh line of groceries which lie that earth can show of majesty
turns over every sixty days. 0f strength, of loveliness, of
y6ur money's worth, buy of I ^at'e away hke vernal blossoms.
nim, he is a race man.
The mighty ones of earth shall
Prof. C. T. Taliaferro, one j ^ them down their low beds
! among the first grocerman of alK* shall set his seal on
,r. ,f T1 , _ _ . the strip is beyond question one beauties brows and cold and
da'u^w I1'1 the most successful grocer- pale, bloomless and voiceless
la v\ igley called in the office'ni©n of hi^ racp Hp rnvrip^ in i 1 i *1
this week men 01 ms lace, tit canieb m (>ur loved ones have gone to the
una uee*. jme 0f grocenes everything that k ,
Mr. R. T. Stewart has iust re can be called for. Queenseval, 1 °ngiegation of the dead.
turned from a trip to Faiis and hardware and feed. Call and The Jlt- Carmel Baptist
Durant . | see him. Prices low. | church has lost a loving and de-
d. „ „ „ . voted pastor.
Prof. H. H. Halley is a man
of results. Dr. Buchanan states
after call at the school in com
Eupora's Graded school is pro- pany with the pastor. "Rev.
gressmg nicely under the in-' 0. W. Dickerson" that his
struction of Rev. J. H. Quinn, method of teaching can't be
principal and Miss Dora Bois; excelled. God bless such noble
assistant. ; men.
We regret to note the death Mrs. Bessie Banks will leave for
of little Wm Pinkey, son of
Mr. and Wm. Ford.
A fine boy has been added to
the family of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Muskogee 011 the 21st to 30111
her husband who has been em-
ployed there for sometime. She
will make it her future home
Mrs. Caroline Cumbers will
soon go to Muskogee where she
will meet her husband.
Cotfey—Brantley, 011 the 6th
inst Mr. G. W. Brantley and
Coffey were hap-1 Mr. Willie Thomas and Miss
?, 1 Brantley ^ Leona McDanell were united in
',1,' i\ §f°£el ?t P'10!1!1' wedlock Tuesday night' Feb. time in his qua
vin V 1 }-a 7 1 :l,-hlghl>" 14th at 11 p in Rev. G. W. last Sunday,
respected resident of Winona. Dickereon officiated. - elder n.va,-he,!
To the bereaved family we
would say that your grief is our
grief, your tears are our tears,
your lost is our lost.
Sleep on dear pastor sleep,
The sting of death is past,
All earthly trials left behind,
The Kingdom reached at last.
Yours for the work,
Mrs. Elise B. Jones,
Miss Claydea Brown.
Carbon, Inil. Ter.
They have a host of friends who
wish them a long and happv
fcherrilf Cooper arrived at this
place Friday night March 10th
enroute to Jackson. He had
with him Jonas Ward (Alias),
and Henry Williams a Negro I
^ The home mission society of
New Prospect Baptist church
si doing very got <1 work under
the leadei-ship or their president,
sister Miller Jackson. The Sec.,
; sister Hattie Dickerson is pre-
paring the children for a future
who criminally assaulted a wo- £'ven ,jy
man of his own race near Edge * society.
worth. Sherrift Cooper stated prof 0
that the 1110b spirit ran very nomillee
high among the colored citizens Mtj, wan]
"t that section and for the safe-
ty of his prisoner he decided to Prof. 0. W. Gurley is the nom-
lodge him in Jackson jail t< > inee for a membor of the school
await trial. 1 board from the 1st ward.
Talliaferro is the
alderman of the
Rev. E. V. Van Horn, pastor of
the A. M. E. Church had a grand
elder preached and the house
was crowded to its utmost capac-
ity. Collection for the day was
#17.2tS. Rev. Van Horn will
leave for Greensboro Alabama
to see his sick father.
Taylors last week.
The absence of Rev. Williams
was very conspicious last Sun-
Mr. Adam Collins has about
recovered from serious illness.
Mr. S. L. Shaw and Mrs. Jen-
nings are among the reading
friends of the Safeguard.
Mr. Washington 0'Banner
found a bride at Taylors.
Mr. L. P. Massey has conduct-
ed two K. P. burials within a
few weeks at Grenada, Miss.
How can you be up-to-date
without the Safeguard; One
reader says, "You are just not
in it unless you read the Safe-
The Ladies Missionary sewing
circle met at Mrs. Gregory's last
Friday. Ice cream was served.
A Safeguard reporter was made
an honorary member.
Shot his Baby.
Schlater, Miss.—Mar. 101905-
Mr. Isaac Martin a well-to-do
farmer living near here while
handling a loaded revolver, shot
his little baby accidently. It is
not known whether the wound
is serious or not.
MISS SARA BLACK,
Your Patronage Solicited.
1002 E. Springer Ave.
To the members of the Union
Co-operative Burial Association:
You are hereby notified that the
death assessments for Mr. W.
T. Grissom and Mrs. Kittie
Williams has been issued and
must be paid as the 30 days have
Persons desiring to pay their
assessment may call at G. A.
Windsor's barber shop on W.
Harrison Ave. and pay the
same to G. A. Windsor or at the
office os E. I. Saddler in Herschi
H. R. Pierson, Pres.
E. I. Saddler, Sec'y.
CANDIES, ICE CREAMS, CHOCO-
LATES, BON BONS,
And Everything Good to Eat,
HALL'S CANDY FACTORY,
122 W. Oklahoma Avenue.
Short Order and Lunch Counter,
—Game in Season.—
P. H. HASKINS,
205 W. Harrison
- - Guthrie. Okla
djc PAIN CASH will be given to'
auy person securing teu .
fmm anv '-anRStOn
B. F. BUTLER,
Real Estate and Pension
Mrs. Ritta A. Van Horn
the Missionary of the women's!
Collate Baptist Association and
have visited all the churches in i
names from any location
for enrollment in the Twentieth Century
Correspondence School of Stenography.
t his offer is good until APRIL 1st, 1905.
For further particulars, address C. H.
HIGGERS, Box 121, Moskogee, I. T.
It mar. 9.
Send Us Your Minutes.
WANTED—A lady or gentle-
man in every locality to solicit
for portraits. We will enlarge
your photo as a sample free.
Write for particulars.
Morning Star Portrait Co.,
H. H. THOMPSON,
Boot and Shoe Maker,
—Custom work to order—
REPARING A SPECIALTY.
Our Prices are reasonable.
337 W. OkU., Ave. Guthrie, O T
Taylor—succ-eas is inevitable. >o one
would questiou the dire necessity of such
an organization among the young people
of this city, and by the hearty co-opera-
tion of the many talented young minds,
we expect to do a great work.
Sister Rebecca Hoskins, Chairman of
the Church Club, gave a - tie and apron
intertainmeut," ar the First Missionary
Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, March
14th. A large crowd was preseut and en-
joyed themselves lovingly. The club
realized *10.00 clear of expenses. Sister
Hoskins has a reputation as a money
Rev. Hill, pastor of the First Mission-
ary Baptist Church, preached a great ser-
mon, Sunday evening. Text: Dan. 7:4.
In historical sermons, the Reverend is a
Prof. C. T. Humes Associate Editor
of "the Western World," is a bright
you::" man of the class that leads, rather
than follow. It is a pleasure to see how
energeticly he is pushing "the Western
World" to the tire sides of every home.
We wish him much success in his journal-
The Oklahoma Safeguard comes to our desk,
and !t Is (julte a no'.vsy and creditable sheet, pub-
lished by the Buchanans, formerly we believe of
Mississippi. The Muskogee Department is ably
conducted by Mr. S. I). Hooker of the city P"st
office, is lull of local information and should win
a circulation here for the paper.—Search Light.
The above was clipped from the Daily
Search Light of this citv, edited by Profs.
Clark and Gordon. Both gentlemen have
broad experience in the educational work
and journalism which tits them to dis-
criminate between news and trash; there-
fore, such n complinicut from such a
source is highly appreciated. Thauks,
Mister Editors, we will reciprocate by
speaking a gool word for the Search
Light whenever possible.
The municipal primaries were held in
this city, Tuesday, Mar. 14th. The ne-
groes oil the tickt t were as follows: Dr.
W. H. Sims, Tax Collector; Lee Edwards,
Street Commissioner; E. L. Thurmond
and J. B. McCullough, Couucilmeu from
the Fourth Ward; J. H. Davis and A. O.
W. Sangofor Central Committeemen from
the Fourth Ward, and A. S. McRae, Com-
mitteeman from the Third Ward.
Some negroes who have been kicking
for negro representation in this city,
scratched every negro on the ticket.
Such negroes as" those ought to not be re-
spected by intelligent self respecting ne-
groes. We expect to elect the Republi-
can ticket from top to bottom.
A staunch (lily white) Republican fol-
lowed up the negro club meeting before
the primaries, and, on several occasions
said he was with his colored friends—
first, last, and always, and that he want-
ed negro representation in the city govern-
ment* After the primaries were inter-
viewed by a Democrat reporter, said "if
they can win with a citizen's ticket I
would be glad to have it so." The class
of Republicans that are with their color-
ed friends until he is nominated and then
switch off ou a citizen ticket, wont do to
trust, and the negro voters should brand
the infernal hyprocrits as traitors to Re-
publican principles and drive them wholly
into the ranks and file of the Democratic
The battle is on, there is no time for
factional fights now. Watch the enemy
and fight the one you watch, Beware of
filthy lucre. Vote for principle rather
Talking for negro representation and
voting for it are two different things.
Last year we had a lily white ticket,
and the party leaders said "vote her boys
from top to bottom." This year four ne-
groes are on the ticket and they are say-
ing "well, I expect we better put out a
a tew weeks of good weather, Sister
Rebecca Hoskins. our city solicitor will
put the Safeguard into every home.
Black Democrats and lily white Repub-
licans could better serve their country by
retiring from politics.
Mr. H. A. D. Buschee, Corresponding
Secretary of the National Negro Jewelers'
Association, was in ,he city this week con-
ferring with Mr. R. A. Givens, the Presi-
dent of said Association, on important
business, pertaining to the works of the
organization. Mr. Buschee stands high
In the profession as an expert watch ma-
ker and a hustling business mau. He
hails from Helena Arkansas, where he is
conducting a large jewelry establishment.
Mr. Givens is thq/'blackVliamond king"
of Muskogee. An expert in his profes-
sion, alert in his business transactions,
and courteous in his dealings to all; are a
few of his qualities that have been instru-
mental in bringing liim success. The
cause that they represent is a good and
lust one. It nils a vacancy that for years
has stood ajar. Its object is to estab7/sh
a chain of schools in the United States
where the colored youths may learn the
art of watch making. With such men as
Given3, Buschee, and others behind it we
know it is only a short time before the
proposition will be put into execution.
The annual meeting of the Association
will convene in Fort Smith, Ark.. August
15th. Invitations will be extended to all
of the business men around Muskogee to
As a rule, man is fool,
When its hot, he wants it cool,
When its cool, he wants it hot,
Always wanting what is not.
I maintain, as a rule
Man is a fool.
behind the throne at Shiloh
Sister Annie Jones and her
daughter are on the sick list.
Rev. S. S. Mitchell has charge
of the Conly grist-mill and is
doing some business.
Prof. T, P. Harris, president of our
Ministerial Institute and High School at
West Pojnt, made a flying trip over here
on the 11th inst.
Rev. James Howard, a student of our
Ministerial Institute and High School at
West Point, passed through here enroute
for his home in Piekensville, Ala.
Mr. Lawson Shepherd, one of our young
men of tact, who went North in pursuit
of a position has returned home and says,
"There is no place like home."
Rev. J. C. Moss of the M. E. connec-
tion who has been assigned for the Taber-
nacle Circuit this year was in the city on
the 11th and reported himself highly fav-
ored with the situation.
Rev. F. H. Henry, P. E., of the M. E.
connection is here holding his quarterly
conference at the St. James M. E. Church.
Rev. J. M. Thomson, P. C.
A full quorum is out and reports favor-
ably numerically, re ligiously, and finan-
cially. God help us to eliminate ourselves
from drunkards, blind tigers, gamblers,
and all other bad elements that tends to
lead us downward.
The editor here is sick this week, not-
withstanding in the next few days he will
begin his work as Missionary in the coun
ty of Lowndes.
The annual sermon of the order of K.
of P., will be preached here at St. James
M. E. Church, Mareh 20th by Rev. Dr.
J. M. Thompson,
Mr Robert R. Shaw, G. M. of People's
Protection, visited Jackson last week to
set the order in running condition for this
We gladly welcome Mr. Alex Harris,
Jr., back home from a flying trip to Bir
Mr. .Hlmes F. Joiner of West Point,
made a flying trip to our city last Sunday.
The Court of C'alanthe of Columbus is
permanently organized with the follow-
ing officers acting: Prof. O. II. Camp-
bell, W. C\; Mrs. Celia Whitfield, Worthy
Inspectrix; Mrs. Mary Curry, W.. Mrs.
II. E. Cunningham, R. of Ds.; Mrs. L A
Roberts, R of F; Mr James Whitfield, W
P; Prof W I Mitchell, R of D P S; Mrs
Julia Curry. S D; Mrs Louise Jamison, J
D; Mrs Sue Willie Campbell, O T; Mrs
Fannie Bolden, E S; Mrs Rebecca Mixon,
Cond.;MrsD A Stepp, A C; and Mrs
Sallie Johnson, II D.
Rev J M Lewis, our General State .Mis-
sionary and pastor of the 10th Street Bap-
tist Church of this city, was at home for
a few days and says that there is great
need for the work.
by c. a. b1gger9, the twentieth cen-
tury correspondence school of
It you want to find a city
That they say is "out of 81
Just locate in Muskogee,
And you will be alright,
For it's a booming city.
And the greatest in the West,
. That mighty mighty city
Where money has uo rest.
The C'imeter can tell you
Of the laurels to be won
In the city where the people
Are aiming at the sun.
It will tell you of the lauds
And where it can be bought
'Twill tell you of our shorthand,
And how it can be taught.
Then read of the Twentieth
Century Correspondence School;
And ne'er should you forget it
But make it a rule
To read of this ad
And other enterprises too,
For in Muskogee
There's always something new
There's hustling and bustling
—tustling and rustling
In this great growing city
There's nothing lays rusting.
Hotels are crowded
Morning, noon and night
People coming to the city
That they say is "out of sight."
Editors are busy telling
What is doing
And everything old
Is swiftly renewing.
Then read of this city,
The greatest in the West.
This mighty mighty city
Where money has no rest.
The Crescent C. 0. D. Grocery
..Keeps fresh Staple and fancy..
The Prices are right
FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN THE CITY.
Try 'Em Once,
BOTH 'PHONES. 1 1 5 SOUTH 2ND ST.
C. C. KINNEY.
THE OKLAHOMA SAFEGUARD.
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Buchanan, C. A. The Oklahoma Safeguard. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1905, newspaper, March 23, 1905; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc275389/m1/4/: accessed July 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.