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The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 30, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 28, 1917 Page: 3 of 4

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Wanted 500 &
gents
Dudly's Polish makes old harness look NEW
Wanted at once 500 agents to sell Dudly's High
Class Fair Leather Polish for Auto. Buggies.
Pianos guaranteed to do the work or money
refunded
Will buy all worn out harness and leather any
where in the state. Cash paid on delivery.
Harness of all kinds made to order on short
notice. Address. Saumel L. Dudly
116 So. Main St. Muskogee. Okla.
Dudley's Polish
Dudly Polish
saddels look
Dudly's Polish
makes old Autos
look NEW
75 KotUo for Mo
THE MUSKOOEK
FURMlUltK COMPANY
MusKogreo Okla
2-16-17.
To Wkom It May Concern:
This Ib to certify that wt bar
used a galUn of tho -famtua Dudley
Furnlturo Polish and are Tory aax-
lens to Bay that we hare Mies' all
kinds af polish and this is tke best
eplttk w have eer had the eleas-
ure of uslnff. It leavee the Aaest
gloss an faraiture uad yes sa se
ubia mi all Bartaa of flirtkliKva.
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Youse very truly
VK JIM ADDlMflVOM
Dealer in
aad Secoad Haai Ftumltw.
At Once
make old buggies
make
NEW
old
Thl els te certtfy that this Pellsh
Is tbe Best we bare erer used aad
If yeu try it yeu will be eeaTlnoei.
J. F. ADDINTN.
307 Kalfkt St. Provlienee It. I.
I hare recently taken tke agency
fer the aale of Dudley's Fair Pellsh
aud I can say that wherever it has
been used it baa gives perfect wuU-
factloa aad the preearatlea dees all
It promises.
LW . AVCNDtMUI.
CSAIWH RAYMNB.
Maskajee Okla l-li-lT.
Te Wheat It May Ceaoera:
This la ta eerftty that we have used
Dii(Her FuraRure Pellsh la eur fur-
aljura stora and Uke it verjr Much
look NEW
and heartily recetumend it to all
houscwhes.
CllABTkRCB & RAYMOND.
431 2Ctu St. Deuver Cel.
i hare the agency In thli state
for our Dudloy Fair Lcuther Polish
aad I take plcasuro in saying that It
deeu everything It agrees to do soils
readily and an experiment with it
mukos a domaud fer It uhvaa.
J. H. DONIPHAN.
1 am UBing Dudley's Auto Dody
Polish on my line ef Moon Bro. Bug-
gies and every customer is well
plousod with Its working qualities
D. J. DANIHY.
Harness Saddles and BugKlos
South.
Muskogee Okla. June 12 1917.
To Whom It Muy Concern:
This is to certify that I hao tried
Dudley's Aute Body Polish otid
muy say it Is tho best 1 hae used.
I recommend it to ull housukcepsrs
COL. K. D. JEtTEIlSON.
Mttekogee Okla Juire 12 1917.
I am. using Dudley's Auto Body
Polish in "my home aad my wife 1b
well pleased ultb same.
REV. J. R. NORIS.
MuBkogee Okla. June 12; 1917.
I am using Dudley's Auto and
Body Polish on my car and And it to
work fine in every way. Dvory on a
should use this high-grade Polish.
DR. A. T. WARING.
Muskogee Oklahoma
June 12th 1917.
We have a large amount of Dud-
ley's Asto Body Polish in our store
and fled that every customer Is well
pleased with the hlgh-cluss gloss it
leaves en all grades of furniture. It
should be in ever yhoine.
WARON TRALMNQ CO.
Muskogee Okla. June 14 1947.
I have tried the famous Dudley's
Aute relish aad Must say it does
hlgh-erasi werk. I reeeamead it to
every hone.
HON W. H. TWINB
Lawjer.
J In every respect the M. K. mil T. Uy trie
m to live up to this motto Y
J M "GIVE THE PUBLIC THE &
M VERY BEST SERVICE WE CAN" ft
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M Hannibal Mutkogae Shrevcport Denlton Gutnrie M
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DELANCY'S
UNDERTAKER
AND EMBALMELR
SMxw.'ssor T Miller nnU Dclaucy
Wc Oku Serve You Far and Nar
Wc Can Save Yos Money
323 N. 2nd. St. Phone 1286 Muskogee Ok.
The Price lb right if ilt baught of
T. Millers
212 N. 2nd
Money to
Midland Valley R. R.
NE1V TIME CARD
Trin Noil For Tulsa aad Wichita depart 8.00a. m.
Train No. 7 (Motor) for Tulsa alcpart 12:01 p. tn!
Train No. 6 For Tula and Pawhiuka depart s:io pi mi
Train Wo. 3 From Ft Smith arrive 7;ao p. m.
Train No. 2 Frem Tulsa and Wichita arrive . B.'l5 p! in.
Train No. 4 For Ft. Smith depart 7:45 a .
Truin No. 2 Tor Ft. Smith Jepart 0:89 p. mi
ratn No. 7 From Ft. Smith airivi; ll:i5ft m.
Train No. S From Tulsa (Motor) awjvo 0:45 p. m."
Train No. G From Puwhuska aud Tulsa arriva .. ..10:10 a. u.
Daily except Sunda'
For further information
Phone PBX 4260 Muskogee. Oklahoma.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES.
DR. Z. II. BASS Chairman
A. U. PERDUE Bee.
E. N. GU1LLORY
J. T. GiVENS
DR. F. McPIIAUL
E. A. KING
S. W. CLEMMONI
J. W. WESLEY
J. II. LAKE
II. F. FOUTCH
NELSON SMITH
DR. E. T. BUTLER
L.N.FINLEY
MRS. A. E. JEFFERSON
Tuw.
COMMITTEE ON
DECORATION.
W. M. RAG9DALU fihaiMnm
W. STEWAWP.
A. O. EDMOm
J. T. MARCH
LONN1E BRADLEY
COMMITTEE ON PROGRAM.
E. N. GUILLORY
S. W. CLEMM0NS
MRS. I. H. ANDERSON.
COMMITTEE ON MUSIC.
J. II. WARD
JAS. YOUNG
EARL GREEN
MRS. IZELLA MALPIN
A. C. BRISTOW
P. I. SMITH.
Board Members.
Mrs. C. A. Gilmure Oklahoma
City.
Mrs. Lottie Satchel N. Mus-
kogee Okla.
Mrs. M. LathaH Tulsa Okla.
Mrs. A. N. Bsnsoa Grant
OkU.
Mrs. E. Marina Okmulgee
Okla.
Mrs. M. M. J. Carr State Mis-
I ilonary.
"to lOH
Loan
Oppoait of Kreaa
i:ceItor T. No. 107 WUburtoii.
Metn 1st und Jrd Saturdaja of each
month.
Mrs. Dull Parker W. P.
Miu. Puunlo Churry W. S.
Cijstul White L. Xo. UJ Ahmniu.
Muita 1st and 3rd Tharudayg of each
month.
I. W. Carwllo W. M.
N. H. Washlngten W. 8.
Miihcll I. Xo. II) .MaUell.
Meets "J lid and 1th Ttiosduy nights of
each mouth.
K. M. Wlluon W. S.
CliLiolae L. Xo. 4B Poland.
Meets 1st nnd 3rd 'lhursdny nights of
each month.
X. 11. Haes W. M.
A. Plggeo W. S.
St. luwrcaio T. Xo. (IS Afcoltn.
Mcvts 1st and 3rd Wednesdays ef
each month.
Mts. eneva Oruak W. P.
Mrs. C. H. Chambers W. S.
It Ittlght I'roNpecU Spiro.
Meets ut Masonic Hall 1st and 3rd
Thursdajs of eash month.
Mrs. Pranoos Jeunlngs.W.P.
Jeunle Hekushead W. S.
0') rail Ciy X. 3Iukkoco.
Meets 2ud and 4tk Tuesday nights of
each mouth.
J. A. Fonvlll W. M.
J. f. Williams W. 3.
1 1 Pearl) ute Gat. 1. Potter.
Por stationery only.
J. D. Whaler W. S.
80 Vlrdegils Wybuik.
Mota 1st aud 3rd Thursdays of eaeb
month.
Calvin Jones W. M.
B. A. Wateeu W. 8.
S7 Villon tliove T. Wjliuik.
Mi'Cts 1st aud 3rd Thursdays ef each
ic nth.
W. C. Perryman W. P.
Alberta Smith W. S.
&!ell T. No. 15 oldeavllle.
Mot 1st aud 4th Thnrsdaps ef each
inciuh.
Mre. Tamar Olden W. P.
Mjrs Aanle Taylor W. I.
Motiilnv Glory T. HoldeuvlUe.
I..1II10 wilKerftCat W. 3
Ii u U.ht L. tfU McAlcslcr.
Moots 1st nnd 3rd Tuesdays of each
mouth.
C. II. Hnca W. M.
Ouorso A. llruco W. 8.
315t4 Choctaw.
St. Mathcw n roitci OUIa.
Meotu 1st iitul Jid Tuusduy nights of
each month.
W. S. Motley. W. M.
J. E. 1'ittB Vi S.
Hunstilno T. (II Oktnhn.
Meets 1st and 3rd Saturdays of oach
mouth.
Mrs 0. S. Alexander W. P.
Ulrda JohiiBou W. S.
St. Tlinnum IimIko Xo. 07 Oktidia.
MoetB 2nd uud 4th Saturdus of each
mouth.
Alex Itoblnson W M.
Leuule Itoblnaun V. S.
LlKlit of Holej 1. 5(1 Holey.
Meets 1st nnd 3rd Thursday ntsjhte
of ouch mouth.
W. II. Tntum W. M.
Ed Robinson W. S.
St. Imrcneo loilj Striatum n
Meats lut Meuduy nights of aU
month.
K. Nonl V. M. !
Mr. A. J. Whitby W. S.
True Unlit 'ImiiiIm Clikluishn
Ma)Us lul uud Jrd 'lhurHdaya of oach
month.
Mia. It. A. Unss W. P.
Mrs. Mlnnto Dixon V. S
81G S. !ud St.
Chi) ion IamIc lloluy
M.elu 2ud and 4th Friday ulghta of
HlW M.uth.
1. 8 KveMiart W SaV
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Uh bTasIc LoHtt ClareaiMM
Meets 1st and Si a Tutsday alvhtu of
ouch laoatll.
Ull ICaHtman V. M.
A. W. Robinson W. S.
Qiutui KbtlM-r Tvniple CoMvta
Meots Su Jiutd 4th Tuesdays of each
mouth.
Mrs. C. M. Nichols W. P.
Llnora Haduett W. S
Box 517.
Hilxct I.CMf T. 30 Uufaiilft.
Mcotn 2nd uud 4th' Thursda8 of eaek
mouth.
Mrs. S. P. Abrams X. 8.
Mrs. Aanle Bmlth W. P.
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 30, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 28, 1917, newspaper, July 28, 1917; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70227/m1/3/ocr/: accessed April 11, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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