The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 6, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 29, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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Ten Cents a Pound for Your Cotton
For Close-in Muskogee Property. Inproved or Vacant; near M.
O. & G. R. R. Shops. Now building close to car llne.
Cotton Taken in Full or Part Payment. Lota 50x132 1-2 Feet
Call or write Room 1-2 Twine Building
209 1-2 South Second Street Muskogee Okla.
iKiifflfifei Men Admire JftMm
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ft Iron npjsons iP
p HAIR DRESSING- jtl
yMfimffi will moke you. proud of your hair fMk
$& It Is unsurpassed for making Imrah lunky and &if
vMWzm staUborn hair toft glcsty and luxurious. W'Wfafr
vffiffifa I not only beautifies the hair but also keeps it 2P
M in cood condition. 'iffiw.-wv.
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e Price 25 and 50 Cento Everywhere &
NELSON MFG. CO. RICHMOND VA J
Midland Vnllev R. 1. Co.
Gliimgc In Train Schedule l'!ffH i vc
Sunday February. 28 1J)15
2 Trains Daily Betwoni M u.shogco and Tulsa
No 1 For Tulsa Ark ms is City mil Wiciiiu S.H. a. in
No 5. Fm I'll toil and Paivliu-kii .v.10 m
N) 2 From WicliiLi mill Tni I!;l'fl p m
.No. 6 From lVs i md P.-nvluHkn 10:35 om
2 TRAINS DAILY 2
BKTWERN MUSKOUKE AND FT. S.M KTII.
No 4 (Mi)toi' Tr mi) For Ft. Smitlrand pts. lw nnd . .7:n0 in
N 2 Fr Ft. Smith ami pts U-ymid r:!0 p n
N 3 (Motor Train) From Ft Smith j 7:1.") p m
Ni 7 From Ft. miih... fl'I -154:16 p m
For Further Information.
Tel. phone 1308 or -195.
Winter tourist tickets
are now on sale via
'Aransas Pass Austin
Corpus Christi Galves-
ton Houston Rockport
Sail Angelo and San
"And your every plcasuro
Is deepened by tho nunny
balmy weather and the
keen wlnu-liko nlr.'Wlntur-
inrr' In TnVIlH lloVH more
joya thin you can oven
Mayl 1915 i
and extra long return
limit May 1st. 1915.
These tickets are good
on the fast through
The Kbly Timifed
For full details Hchcduks of trnlna
faro to any point etc. address
Geo. R. Hecker
Dittrict Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City .
IL v llA
RACE PRIDE IN VIRGINIA.
Management of the t915 Expontron
Asks Colored Citizona'Full Support.
IllchiMond Va. There are two illo-
tluct principles that ought to lend the
colored wople of Vlrglnlu to strive
to make the foUhconilng celebration hi
this city the best ever held by our peo-
ple In any state. Knee pride and stato
pride should be combined llrst bo-
cause here slavery was practically end-
ed and second because this Is tho
first southern state In which such a
celebration Is to be held with the sanc-
tion and help of the national govern-
ment. If thr exposition Is a success all will
hare in the honor and the credit It
will roiled on the race and on tho
pntf m) far as its big colored popula-
Hon ! concerned. These are facts
ivhlvh every member of the race should
coiihller. Let us save the honor of tho (
rare and tho stato In this effort. Th
celebration Is a national alrair not
county or n city celebration.
Kcr. oiKauiatlou In each county of
the entire Mute should sou to It Unit
tlie feature which It Is to represent
nhall not be neglected In any degree.
The county fair associations should
take the lead and merge into tho Ne-
gro Historical and Industrial associa-
tion In bringing about success. All so
ciet nnd fraternal organizations in tho
tate must take their proper places in
the work in order to maintain their
prestige and honor and in order to hold
tho confidence of tho people nB to their
rnco pride and stato pride. There in no
neutral ground. There Is no other hon-
The advancement of the colored peo-
plolu tho state of Virginia wU b$
7f tUn ''IB-CAI.VCSTOM
spend a few
weeks in Galveston
Take advantage of the ex-
cursion fares now in effect.
Ask tho Agent
Thli ie a prcicription prepdred cipccially
for MALARIA or CHILLS 4. FEVER.
Five or six dote will break any cue and
f token then at v tonic the Fever will not
icturn. It acti en the liver better than
Cdoracl and do Xt fi? jraicken. 2Sn
To Care i Cold in One Pv
i'aU IXATIVL nivO.MO Quinine. It ivs tin
Couuh and llendatt and vor c7 the Cold.
DruKgiatB rffnnd money .f it fi' to cure.
E. W. CROVK'S siunaturt on ttcls bo. 25a
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 6, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 29, 1915, newspaper, May 29, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70169/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.