The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 2, 1905 Page: 5 of 8
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LOCAL & PERSONAL.
$5.50 in cash will bo given to
any person securing ten names
from any location for enrollment
in the 20th Century Correspon-
dence School of Stenography.
This offers is good until April
1st. For further particulars ad-
dress C. A. Biggers box 121
Muskogee. 1. T.
WANTED Two or three tracts
of good land for northern farmers at
once. Co acres to 240 acres each.
Let me hear from you.
H. P. SIIOWALTER
Rooms 304 and 305 Iowa Building.
211 SnuCi Second street Muskogee
piiss Bradley one of the teach-
ers'of the Dunbar school who
has been on the sick list is at
her post again.
Lawyers Lilly and Patterson
were plesant callers to arc office
We arc glad to announce that
ere this time next week the
colored Drug Store will have
opened its door to the public for
business. In advance we wish
July 4 1905 to the candidate lady or
gentleman who shall secure the
greatest number of votes from adver-
tisers and subscribers to the Muskogee
On vote for each five cents paid on
subscription or two votes for each
five cents paid for advertisement to
You can vote for any person wheth-
er the name appears in the contest
list or not.
Cash payments for subscriptions or
advertisements must accompany the
No employe of the Cimctcr can
enter the contest.
No votes shall be received after the
hour of closing this contest on July
' 1905 at 6 o'clock p. m.
Address man to Editor Cimctcr
Contest Box G Muskogee I. T.
Cut out this coupon and enclose it
with the amount of money you wish
to pay on subscription or for adver-
tisement and either send by mail or
bring in person to the Cimctcr office
Cimeter Subscription Coupon.
Find enclosed ? and
cents which you will please credit to
the subscription or advertisement- of
(City or town)
(State or Terr.)
and place votes to the
following named candidate in the Ci-
mctcr House and Lot Contest:
J. W. Sippes not only deals
in groceries but can fill your
order for the very best grade of
coal he keep on hand a good
supply. Give him your order
and get good treatment and low
Mrs. Johnon wife of Prof.
Johnson principal of Dunbar
school arrived Sunday f 0111 1?L
Smith where she had been visi-
ting her mother.
GRAND PRIZE SUBSCRIPTION
AND ADVERTISEMENT CONTEST.
Note. Compute one vote for five
cents in case of subscription and two
votes for five cents in case of advertisement.
Read our advertisements and pa-
tronize those who advertise with us.
They deserve your trade and will sell
you the best of goods.
A House and Lot Will Be Given to
Tret are for t ticcrn at tt o lnr In
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7 Mijcrt.r 11M Dr.. ott.Mlch.
When at Claremore stop at
the Victoria Hotel Modern LTn-to-date
Elegant Rooms Tabic
Mqs. Idklla Robinson Pkoi
Claremore 1. T.
Dr. R. H. Watrford.
PHYSICIAN &. SURGEON.
Diseases of Women and Men success
fully Treated. Chronic Disease of Men
20 1-2 OKMULGEE AVENUE.
A. S. McREA
20 1-2 OKMULGEE AVENUE.
We Print News.
DURFEY HARDWARE COMPANY
Shelf and Heavy Hardware Tinware and Celebrated
Monarc Ranges. Event one (Juaranteed Builders'
All kinds of Tin Work and Plumbing Refrigerators and Ice Coolers.
PHONE 205. ROWSEY BLOCK. 111 N. SECOND ST
LOANS MADE TOFREEDMEN ON THEIR ALLOTMENTS
Long Tirno. 6asy IPeigi-nonts.
James L. Lombard Financial Agent
Union Central Life Insurance Company.
ADDRESS: Ciias. H. Lombard Manager
No. 207 N. Second St : Muskogee I. T.
A BIG STRIKE!
For the purpose of increasing our
subscription and advertising business
the Cimctcr has concluded to ofier
a house and lot free from all incum-
Mtiskogee I. 'J'. to the person who
shall receive the largest number of
votes In the contest. The undcrstand-
branccs and located in the city of
ing is that for every five cents paid
in cash at the Cimeter office for either
subscription or advertising purposes
the person paying said live cents shall
have the privilege of casting one vote
for any candidate he or she may pre-
fer. Tt is therefore possible for any
pci son paying to us at the Cimeter
office one dollar for a year's sub-
scription or for an advertisement to
cast twenty votes for any of the can-
didates. No employe or member of
the Cimctcr force shall be eligible to
enter the contest.
The contest begins with this issue
of the Cimeter and will terminate at
fio'elock p. in. July 1905.
' 'm house and lot located in the
rit f Muskogee will be given abso-
lutely free with guaranty title on
Thogreat fires at New Orleans
La. and Plot Springs Ark. last
week in which many lives and
millions of dollars in property
were lost came at a time when
hoth cities were looking forward
to brilliant and successful sea-
sons of festivities.
Plot Springs Arkansas that
resort so popular on account of
the medicinal properties of the
water from its hot springs be-
cause of a severe winter had
just begun to receive her annual
number of visitors and was look-
ing forward to a good season
but the misfortune of the late
falls heavily upon her citizens
and will further shorten the al-
ready short season.
New Orleans was preparing
for the Mardi Gras celebration
which lasts two weeks in March
and brings visitors to that oity
from all over the country she
too has suffered.
Both of the above named cities
are thrifty southern cities and
thouth Ihe misfortune was
great yet Phconix like they will
rise from the askes more beauti-
ful than before.
PN FAVOR OF THE LABORING MEN AND WOMEN AT
iBT DRY GOODS COMPANY.
This sale is now on. Don't miss this rare opportunity to
get DRY GOODS and GROCERIES at rediculously low
235 Errpopia. Street.
Dave KioJiar tis n ' &
oppoarTji: 00 u in aouva.
Dave Rlcltfrdsim. - !V.r
I iie Canadian Valley Trust
Fins a number of replicants who (tatlr
to rout houses. Qwnow of three four
live iind trix 100m Lousob can tjoonre du
birublo tenant by listing their property
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
Canadian Valley Trust Co.
I WE CAN
MUSKOGEE TITLE & TRUST CO.
ABSTRACTS of TITLE INSURANCE SURETY BONDS and KEAL ESTATE
j Farm Laans a Specialty
Second and Broadway. - - MUSKOGEE IND. TBI.
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 2, 1905, newspaper, March 2, 1905; Muskogee, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69989/m1/5/: accessed April 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.