The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 14, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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The Muskogee Cimeter.
jtluskoyoo I.T.fThuP3day Ssptornbor 1 1905.
PIANOS: PIANOS! PIANOS!
Our plan of piano selling will save you money. We have no sub agents or commission
men t'o pay we get all the discounts. Wo take your second hand organ or piano in ex
change. We have the largest stock in the city to .Select from. Our small payment plan
makes piano buying easy. Remember the place
Old Reliable BOLLINGER MUSIC HOUSE.
j s. brownlow manager. 307 W. Broadway
Print "Hie Item"
B causa That Paper Went A'
tor The Southern Press.
'A Mobile (Ala) editor so it
is ropoitep became very inu h
wrought up over the Wnna-
maker dinner incident. He
asked five big New York dailies
far their opinions on the affair
he got no reply wheieupoii he
sent five telegiams asking for
replies and still no lcplr came.
This silly fellow ought to know
f'.afc nic'trop litan journals don't
bt)op to answjr foulis quest ions.
"If e'th'er had iv lied doubt-
less this editor would have been
told that it whs Mr. Wanamak
or and Dr. Washington's busi-
dess and is they were please d
all others ougl t to be ti k ed
"It is wonderfully itjine
Low Jmpoitant 'some of the
K'jutlKTn uliiois have bt com 3
appoiht'ng th em selves' plenc-
)jtentiai'lcs 'o c ndu t all so-
'c il affairs. The Item will as-
sjL'jt'iein t'.iat whatever social
recognition is nccoided any jNe-
gro in t'eXoith it is to those
qual'fi 'd to accept it and not
one ot litem will have to do like -wiz
T!io Negro ot the South
U not haik'ng or looking for
any social reoogi i ion f r o m
S uthem whites. If he acepts
such coartesics at all th y n ust
i) mio from a higher typo of
manhood than (is exhibited by
these self appointed fijectois of
social caste. They need not bo
afraid th it Dr. Wa-hi gton will
force any of them to invite him
to their homes ai d sojial f mic-
tions. In the south Dr. Wash-
ington is too busily engaged
t inching the dignity of working
''If philanthicpists of the
North will arrange buch affa'rs
as the Wannamaker-Washing
will cure the South of its moli-
dy or else bring the sore to a
head and try a new method Of
A white printing establish-
ment would not print "The
Item "of Fort Worth Texas.
becaiibe'of this editorial. J
RESPONSIBLE AND RELIABLE
DR. G. L. KNBEL" '(
Pcntmly Jfainlees Dentistry
Bridge Work Specialist
Gold Crown Specialist' .-'"
Teeth Extracted Without Pain
Plates -of All Kind
Plates . t
Diseased gums treated.
DR.G. I.. KNEBEL
N. E .Cor. 3rd and Broadway
DR WMF LAMM
ll years practice New York City
Crown and Bridge work a spe-
cialty at lowest possible price.
All work guaranteed. My Gold
Crowns never tarnish. I use
the best material.
to give me atrial.
;f?oom 213-14 - Illinois Buildiziflgg
Opp. Post Office.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Shirts Hats UndoirvVQcir Suit Oases.''
tt JttV MW NUfVM mWt m
Knox Agency English Block.
lif l-4-4-4-I'IW-4't4-:4 M'I'i 1 i I 1 I
The Canadian Valley Trust
arKATY DINING STATIONS
All essentials of comfortable
and convenient travel
are characteristic of
! WE CAN
Hub a number of apphcunts who desire
to rout houses. Owners of throe four
five auil nix 100m houses can bocure do-
siiublo tenants by listing their property
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
.Canadian Valley Trust Co.
MUSKOGEE TITLE & TRUST CO.
ABSTRACTS of TITLE INSURANCE. SURETY BONDS and KEAL ESTATE
( Farm Lava a Specialty
Second md Broadway. MUSKOfXE. IN TIB.
JGSr See W.
N. P. A. program
Where to have books printed?
CIME?TER JOB OFFICE.
ton dinner more f re juentlyy it
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 14, 1905, newspaper, September 14, 1905; Muskogee, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70010/m1/1/?rotate=180: accessed May 8, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.