The McAlester Messenger. (M'Alester, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905 Page: 3 of 6
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La rules, McLure & Co.
Have the most complete line of Furniture and House
Furnishings in the Indian Territory. Big Special
Prices on Gasoline Stoves, Mattings, Carpets, Rugs,
Pictures, etc. Nice presents with cash purchases;
When in need of anything in our line don't fail to see
We are never without bargains for you. ■.*
: Landes, McLnre & Co:
S. F. BROWN,
Practices in all the courts. Real estate
agent. Notary public in office.
McAlester, I'1®* Ter.
Attornky at Law.
South McAlester, 1. T.
Office in Schreiner Building, over
| 10. 1/faynard,
Builder Of The
iWestem Farm Wcgon'*
♦ o ■
| And Fine Carriages. ♦
ti Lac k s ai iti i
Boots an» Shoes
MADE TO ORDER
\ J. B. FEARS, j
J ncALESTHR, - - INO. TKR j
C ' . - >
ill kinds of repair work done on Vehi-
cles and Farm Implements All kinds
of repairs kept in stock. Horse Shoe-
ing a specialty. All work guaranteed
Main St. opposite P 0., McAlester
* i WF CAN AFFORD 7
WE CAN AFFORD TO
/£/r HE ;s£\
sams patrons 300miles in visiting
,LEWIS a CLARK EXPOSITION,
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK,
On CALIFORNIA POINTS,AND
IT'S SERVICE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
a a. a A.
Advertise In THe Messenger
ntire Stock of
in period of the entire year,
le who have learned what
rain day during the July
idergo a further price scal-
>f at bargain prices seldom
te clearance of stock. No
of bargains to be shared
and Child rensSuits. It is
the money-saving of this
lected for a sale, but <>n ev-
" re -
Wendell Phillips' Reply.
During the heat of the anti-slavery
agitation, while on a railroad train,
Wendell Phillips was • hus addressed
by a clergyman: "Mr. Phillips, why
do you and your asMoriates continue
to excite our people of the North
when no slavery exists here? Why
do you not go to the South, where
alavery does exist,and stop the im-
portation of slaves?" I belieue you
h minister of the go*pel?'' said Phil-
lips. "That Is my vocation." replied
the clergyman. "And your mission is
to save souls from hell?" ' That is
my mission," replied tha other.
"Then," replied Phillips, "why do
you not go there and stop the impor-
tation of souls?"
The melon colic days have come,
The saddest of thr year;
Kermott's Blackberry Balsam
Always brings good cheer,
tf C. SPRINGER DRl'O CO.
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Edgell, B. Wilson. The McAlester Messenger. (M'Alester, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1905, newspaper, July 7, 1905; McAlester, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284217/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.